Mayor Mark Kleinschmidt has spent more than two decades as an activist for civil rights, even marching on Washington, D.C., in support of various issues.
With the 2012-13 fiscal year approaching, Chapel Hill, Hillsborough, Orange County and Carrboro’s officials are making the final adjustments to their budget proposals.
Despite an injunction that invalidates it, the Chapel Hill Town Council chose to amend a towing ordinance Monday to avoid conflict with the town’s cellphone ordinance.
Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost Bruce Carney will soon be expanding his cabinet from three to five members — a move meant to broaden his understanding of what happens at UNC, he said.
The first meeting of the 93rd session of Student Congress Tuesday night was defined by one of the body’s main responsibilities — allocating funds to student organizations.
An 80-year-old American elm, one of the oldest trees on campus, was removed last week due to disease.
A licensing initiative the University is said to be participating in violates federal and state antitrust laws, according to a cease-and-desist letter filed about a month ago by a Washington, D.C.
In the face of a shrinking budget, the University’s Office of Scholarships and Student Aid is starting to dip into reserve funds to compensate for cuts to financial aid.
After spending 11 years working for the Carnegie Corporation of New York, King said she would like the chance to work in a college setting as dean of the School of Journalism and Mass Communication.
The man arrested after entering classes and touching women’s feet attended classes at the University during the fall and spring, a professor and students said.
A little touch of Fall on campus.
Tim Longest hangs out in the Pit to meet students.
Will Leimenstoll slides down the banister in front of Wilson Library.
Calvin Lewis Jr. “hangs out” near the Old Well.
One example of a de-stress box. A de-stress box is a great way to take a break from hours of constant studying.
Here are a few on-campus places to get away for some R and R.
Halloween is finally upon us, which means most of us will be reveling in all it’s spookiness on Franklin Street tonight. While you’re out gallivanting about in your All Hallow’s best, why not turn all that fun into a scavenger hunt of sorts? It is fairly common to take pictures with random strangers in costume while you make your way through the crowd, especially if those costumes are pretty clever. So here is your challenge for tonight: take a picture with the following costumed strangers, or friends, and tweet at us!
Having a hard time brainstorming up those costume ideas? Here are a few suggestions to get you started.
Now that we’ve made it to Autumn, we can finally start looking forward to cooler weather and warm, fuzzy sweaters and stuff, right? Wrong.
Fall is just over a week away (finally), and the changing of the seasons brings some exciting events and beautiful changes to our campus. It’s that wonderful time of year when we can stop sweating our way to class on our 15-20 minute walk up from south campus. And with the near-“sweater weather” we’ve been having this week, it’s a little easier to get excited for the changing of the leaves and the abundance of pumpkin everything. Here are a few things to look forward to in the next few months.
Having a pet in your dorm room is a great way to make your home away from home a little more comfortable. They can help cure any feelings of loneliness or warm your heart after a tough day of classes. When it comes to animal companionship at UNC, fish are the closest it gets to anything cute and cuddly. But before you go out and buy a fancy-looking betta, you should be aware of the pros and cons of adding a new member to your dorm family.
Now that you’re a week and a half into this school year, you’ve probably gotten to know your roommate, or hallmates or suitemates. But soon (if not already) you will run into some inevitable bumps in your living situations. Here are some tips to having a peaceful rest of your year.
Have you ever read about a Student Body President candidate and wondered who they are? Well, here’s your chance to get to know the person behind the candidate. Meet Tim Longest! Click through to read all about this candidate’s life motto, clubs and favorite band.
Have you ever read about a Student Body President candidate and wondered who they are? Well, here’s your chance to get to know the person behind the candidate. Meet Will Leimenstoll! Click through to read all about this candidate’s TV show, colors and clubs.
Have you ever read about a Student Body President candidate and wondered who they are? Well, here’s your chance to get to know the person behind the candidate. Meet Calvin Lewis Jr.! Click through to read all about this candidate’s favorite Franklin Street restaurant, clubs and movies.