Mary Mac Porter
The Program for Public Discourse held its first event on Tuesday to discuss values in politics. Program director Chris Clemens focused on students when choosing speakers Justin Giboney and Jonathan Last.
The UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School, along with other campus groups and organizations, is hosting a conference on Nov. 6-7 to discuss the widening wealth gap that exists in American society. Speakers invited plan to discuss how wealth inequity has impacted higher education, job outlooks and the future workforce.
Now that Mack is back and it's a little harder to get a football ticket, here are six places you can watch the Tar Heels take on the Blue Devils.
After hearing from interim Chancellor Kevin Guskiewicz with his State of the University address, the UNC Undergraduate Senate argued about issues including student fees and the length of meetings.
UNC Young Independents and other political groups on campus champion non-partisanship through their collaborative voter registration drives.
At a sparsely-attended Campus Safety Commission listening session on Monday, UNC Police discussed the issue of trust and the police.
UNC math professor Mark McCombs has found a creative link between art and math and uses it to teach students in his first-year seminar.
"Julius Chambers deserves to be remembered, and would want to be remembered, for always being available to the thousands of poor people of color, who for centuries had not had anybody to represent them but who knew that they could call first the lawyer, Chambers."
A new data science initiative, survey on campus free speech and programs to support public debate were on the agenda for the most recent Faculty Executive Committee meeting.