Bob Blouin will step down from his role as executive vice chancellor and provost by the end of 2021, once the University names his successor, according to a campus-wide email sent Tuesday.
Former University Editor Maeve Sheehey and current University Editor Maddie Ellis share their experiences covering the pandemic as student journalists.
At Friday’s meeting, Chairperson of the Faculty Mimi Chapman and University leaders expressed an interest in moving forward, past discussions solely focused on the Silent Sam settlement. Other topics brought up at the meeting included UNC’s relationship with its cultural centers, vaccine rollout in Orange County and plans for the next semesters at UNC.
For polio survivors, the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic is not the first infectious disease to upend their lives. Now, decades after polio ripped through North Carolina and the world, medical experts and researchers at UNC are looking to this past disease outbreak to give context to a modern one.
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died Friday of complications from cancer. As conversations surround the political implications of her vacant seat, some UNC law students are mourning the personal loss of someone they saw as a role model.
So now, at 21 years old, I am revisiting the pop hits of my pool days. I hope this playlist of songs I heard over and over those summers makes you feel like you, too, are part of a small lifeguarding dynasty.
Two new COVID-19 clusters were reported by an Alert Carolina message Wednesday — one at Morrison Residence Hall and one at Zeta Psi fraternity house. Zeta Psi was cited on Aug. 8 for loud partying and a mass gathering violation. These are the fifth and sixth clusters reported by the University since UNC reopened for in-person classes. Campus Housing emailed students on Tuesday night, asking that they make plans over the next week to move out of their on-campus housing unless they are unable to do so.
Students who live on campus should plan to leave their residence halls and take everything with them over the next week unless they are unable to do so, Carolina Housing told students in an email Tuesday.
Madison DeVries passed away on Friday, April 10 at 20 years old. Madison, a UNC junior originally from Baltimore, Maryland, is remembered for her passion for life, being a big sister and much more.