"This playlist is punk for beginners — or punk for nerds as I like to call it. The songs are relatively tame and have truly fascinating stories behind them. Iggy Pop probably wouldn’t care if you liked them. But I hope you do."
Sanders follows a long line of politicians to visit the University, including Beto O'Rourke in 2019 and Barack Obama in 2016.
Walter Hussman Jr. has spent his life working in the journalism field, ever since graduating from UNC in 1968 with a major in journalism. Now, he's giving back to future journalists with a $25 million gift to the school that is now known as the UNC Hussman School of Journalism and Media.
The School of Media and Journalism is now the the UNC-Chapel Hill Hussman School of Journalism and Media, following a $25 million gift from Walter and Ben Hussman.
The Program for Civic Virtue and Civil Discourse has generated controversy at public meetings and behind the scenes, with some faculty believing it is a veiled conservative program — and some concerned about why they are being left out of the process to form it.
The lawsuit, which was filed in 2016, reached the highest court in the state on Tuesday.
On the one-year anniversary of Silent Sam's fall, anti-confederate protesters marched across campus to fight the memorialization of white supremacy that they believe still exists at UNC.
Ives oversaw several departments, including Student Stores and transportation and parking.
By LDOC of last year, a handful of UNC administrators left the University, including one of the most important figures on and off campus: the chancellor. Former Chancellor Carol Folt left in January, and since then, interim leaders have filled the positions left behind in the wake of the administrative fallout. As the school year begins, the search for a permanent replacement for chancellor will also start, and students, faculty and graduates make up the group to recommend candidates to the Board of Trustees. From there, a series of approvals through the University president and Board of Governors will culminate in a new chancellor. Kevin Guskiewicz, who has served as interim chancellor since Folt's resignation, said he is interested in being considered as a candidate for the next chancellor. Though the search process has not officially begun, Board of Trustees Chairperson Richard Stevens said he hopes Guskiewicz officially applies to be the permanent chancellor when the time comes.
Anti-Confederate protesters placed flags around McCorkle Place with facts and names related to police brutality and white supremacy.
Anti-Confederates put a small cardboard guillotine on McCorkle Place that said "Racist Statues Get the Blade."
Anti-Confederates organized the "Nazis Suck Potluck 2" to oppose the pro-Confederate protest at the Peace and Justice Plaza.
Anti-Confederate demonstrators held up signs protesting the Confederate supporters and police brutality in front of the pro-Confederates.
Pro-Confederate protesters left the Peace and Justice Plaza at about 1:45 p.m. Saturday.
The Carolina Union Activities Board encouraged students to guess the 2019 Jubilee performer before the reveal on Friday.
CUAB announced Wednesday that Waka Flocka Flame will be the 2018 Jubilee performer.