Lower student fees means more walking. Working to accommodate a tighter transportation system budget, members of the advisory committee for transportation met Wednesday to discuss tentative cutbacks to student transit.
Poverty Action Week emphasizes building relationships within the community — especially between students and some of the most marginalized community members. This week is Poverty Action Week, led by Homeless Outreach Poverty Eradication, a committee of the Campus Y.
There is strength in numbers.
Several dozen history majors began lining up in Hamilton Hall early Monday morning to enroll in special topics seminars required for graduation.
Jim Yardley, a 1986 UNC graduate, is The New York Times bureau chief for New Delhi and has written a book about the culture clash between a Chinese basketball team and its American coach.
The greatest casualties of changes in the newspaper industry aren’t just jobs.
As a decision nears on tuition increases for next year, UNC’s Campus Y is embracing its role as an educator on the issue while rejecting any specific objectives or proposals.
The University’s Wi-Fi, one of the most precious resources for students, faculty and staff, isn’t immune to the pinch of budget constraints.
Tonya Sell, the embattled former assistant director of housekeeping, is no longer employed by the University, intensifying the troubled department’s lack of leadership.
Reform in the housekeeping department is underway, but administrators said they are moving slower than expected, with an eye on quality rather than speed.
Last year, it was Brooklyn Stephens and a horse. The year before, it was Nash Keune and a narwhal castle. And now, in a much tamer election season, one candidate has made a Youtube splash while another lured votes with a puppy in the Pit. All three candidates this year are distinct in their public images.