The term “knocktail” is well-known around campus to refer to the experience of going to a cocktail and experiencing a drug-facilitated sexual assault. The Daily Tar Heel spoke to several UNC students who had experiences with knocktails at distinct fraternities. The students said these experiences had definite impacts on their lives, including their schoolwork. Of the fraternities contacted by The Daily Tar Heel, The Sigma Nu Nationals Organization said it had no information regarding the incident, while another fraternity denied the accusations.
College students in the United States make up over 12.5 percent of the sugar babies on SeekingArrangement, a website for matching sugar babies with sugar daddies or mommas. Anna, a UNC graduate, is a sugar baby, and she makes $144,000 annually from sugaring with three sugar daddies. “I focus on long term relationships so I don’t have to worry about where my next paycheck is coming from,” Anna said. “I get a level of trust and emotional connection. I find it more enjoyable.”
East Carolina University Chancellor Cecil Stanton is resigning after three years in his position.
"As I have reflected on all of this, I’ve decided that this is the right time for me to pass the leadership of our outstanding university, with all its momentum, to the next chancellor, and look ahead for my own 'new and next,'" Folt said in a media release.
Hate cold weather but still want to stay in shape? Campus Recreation offers plenty of indoor workout options throughout the semester, from fitness classes to intramural sports.
The conflict surrounding Silent Sam will not be left in 2018 after the UNC Board of Governors rejected the plan to move the monument to a separate building on-campus. Here's the latest on student and administrative responses to the issue.
This arrest is in connection to the Monday night protest of Chancellor Folt and the Board of Trustees' proposed solution to Silent Sam.
After being caught with under an ounce of marijuana, one student said she turned to stripping to cover the hundreds of dollars in fees and court costs. “My friends were stripping at a club, and you can make a lot of money doing that," she said. "So, I did it to make the money I needed.” In one night, she earned all the money to pay for her drug citation. It was her first time stripping, but it wouldn’t be her last.
The announcement comes exactly one week after UNC-system President Margaret Spellings' plan to leave her position was made public.
Numerous residents living on the second floor of Winston Residence Hall have reported that the bathroom has been the site of numerous fecal incidents. Residents have experienced seeing human feces on the walls, floors and on toilets (not in).