Junior Lilli Mercho made sure to lock the doors of her home on East Longview Street in Chapel Hill — but that didn’t stop burglars from breaking into her home last summer.
Few hazing reports against Greek organizations result in disciplinary action for the offending group, according to information collected by the University.
Survivors of sexual assault at UNC say access to University records could increase transparency surrounding assailants and the sanctions they face.
Nearly four years after UNC came under fire for mishandling sexual assault cases and two years after the University responded with a new reporting policy, UNC officials say conversations about sexual assault are more open — and the numbers appear to support that.
Fifty-six percent of academic cases in the University’s Honor Court concern students of color, said Honor Court Vice Chairperson Marty Davidson at the Feb. 19 Faculty Council meeting — a disproportionate figure compared to UNC’s 63 percent white campus
A state law that took effect at UNC in 2014 allowed students to use attorneys or non-attorney advocates in non-academic honor court cases.
After fully completing a University-based review process, the Carolina Women’s Center has been allocated additional funding for an additional Gender Violence Service Coordinator.
A potential split between student government and the Graduate and Professional Student Federation could create an issue of student representation on the Board of Trustees — and no one knows what would happen next.
The implementation of the new Adverse Weather and Emergency Event Policy was a main topic of discussion at the Employee Forum meeting on Wednesday. The updated policy was used for the first time on Jan. 21.
Buzz Rides still doesn’t have funding from student government, but that isn’t stopping them from staying on track to give 20,000 rides this school year.