A planned protest by pro-Confederate demonstrators was met with a counter-demonstration at the Peace and Justice Plaza. Police separated the two groups with a barricade.
Washington is just the latest in a long list of administrators to leave UNC this year. She will follow former chancellor Carol Folt to the University of Southern California
Desirée Rieckenberg will assume the title of dean of students effective immediately, according to an email from Christi Hurt, interim vice chancellor for student affairs. Rieckenberg was formerly the senior associate dean of students and director of the office of the dean of students.
Veep isn't about being a woman, until it is, and that's why it should be considered the pinnacle of modern feminism — or we should at least recognize Selina Meyer as the female equivalent of Don Draper.
Genevieve Lowry Cole became the first Native American woman to graduate UNC in 1954. More than 60 years later, she works with current students to help them achieve their goals, as well.
"This country has come a long way since Irish immigrants felt the need to change their names to get jobs and avoid discrimination."
6LACK will be the 2019 spring Jubilee performer.
Abolishing the death penalty, decriminalizing drugs and doing away with judicial elections in the state are just a few things that John Grisham talked about during his guest lecture at UNC this week.
Carolina Blue is everywhere. But where did it come from?
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.