Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Winston Crisp told members of the Board of Trustees Wednesday that he’s concerned students in need of guidance are not soliciting it due to a series of federal complaints that have prompted widespread criticism of UNC’s sexual assault policies.
With what should be just weeks to go until the Honor Court trial of sophomore Landen Gambill and her ex-boyfriend, Gambill’s lawyer said Monday that she will no longer be participating.
When the ex-boyfriend of sophomore Landen Gambill was called into the University’s Dean of Students Office in February 2012, he said he never expected to be faced with accusations of repeated sexual and verbal violence.
Students rallied Tuesday to demand an Honor Court charge against sophomore Landen Gambill, which she has called retaliation for publicizing her sexual assault, be dropped.
Friends and family are mourning the loss of Stedman Gage, a UNC junior who died Friday night. Gage, the son of former UNC-system Board of Governors Chairwoman Hannah Gage, was 22.
Starting this fall, students in any country across the world can log onto a computer and enroll in a lecture taught by a UNC professor — at no cost. The University announced today it will offer four MOOCs — Massive Open Online Courses — this fall that cover several disciplines. The courses are offered for free worldwide for anyone with an internet connection.
Although the UNC College Republicans and Young Democrats disagree on many issues, both organizations came to the same conclusion when endorsing a candidate for student body president: Christy Lambden.
Student body president candidates Rob Jones and Christy Lambden have filed a joint complaint against candidates Will Lindsey and Hetali Lodaya for multiple campaign violations.
As the whirlwind of a new semester sets in, Campus Health Services wants students to add one more thing to their to-do lists — get a flu shot.
Graduation is the busiest weekend of the year for Franklin Street’s Sugarland Bakery, with more than 100 custom-made cakes baked and decorated in time to celebrate the big day.
The top priority for most college students remains the same: food. It’s typical to see a tumultuous crowd of students in the dining halls as they scramble to find valuable seats.