Students who attended Thursday night’s debate featuring John Stossel but didn’t quite get their political fill can attend an on-campus taping of his show today.
Students now have the option to reserve study rooms in UNC’s libraries online or by using their cellphone.
Seven-month-old Rocky is the youngest ram to ever represent the Tar Heels — and he’s already making his trainers proud.
Despite receiving steady financial support from its target audience, a University website meant to publicize student organizations — studentlife.unc.edu — has yet to gain significant popularity among students.
When students go online to pay tuition for fall semester, they will use a new student financials section of ConnectCarolina.
Many students could not apply for parking spots for next year after failed registration service and spots filling in less than a minute.
The 2011-12 Yackety Yack is on schedule to meet its summer deadline and will be ready for distribution in August, according to Editor-in-Chief Waverly Lynch. Lynch replaced former Editor-in-Chief Stephanie Hertz, after Hertz was asked by the Yack’s board to step down in October when the 2010-11 edition was not published.
The Arc of Orange County is working to connect the community and raise money through its third annual Festival of Trees. The festival is being held at the Sheraton Chapel Hill Hotel from Nov. 30 through Thursday.
The Carrboro Board of Aldermen agreed to establish a community garden at Tuesday’s meeting. Katie Allman spoke on the behalf of the Carrboro Parks Project, which has been working with town staff for the past six months to coordinate fundraising and construction of the garden.
The proceeds of RSVVP day, which stands for “Restaurants Sharing 10 Percent,” will help provide funding for the local food kitchen and pantry. Ten percent of Tuesday’s profits from 104 Orange County restaurants will go to benefit the Inter-Faith Council for Social Service as a part of the annual RSVVP Day.