The "campus whistler," Gregory Cheng, is back on campus after being trespassed by UNC Police in September. Here's how he appealed his trespass order.
While some students are interested in volunteer and travel opportunities, others find these types of trips problematic. A colloquial term for this phenomenon is "voluntourism," which many say exacerbates a "white savior complex." A good deal of risk can come with international organizations that commercialize humanitarian volunteering, originating from organizations not knowing the impact of their actions on the ground.
Gregory Cheng, UNC's infamous "campus whistler," has been trespassed from campus, according to UNC Police. Now, he's considering appealing the decision.
The Law School Admission Council is changing the LSAT format starting this September.
While the University works towards their own sustainable goals, members of environmental groups across campus agree that collective student action is the most impactful way to effect change.
UNC will be launching Return to Carolina on Sept. 9 in an effort to address the needs of students who re-enroll in the school. The program will allow administrators from various departments across campus to provide information and guidance on next steps for the student’s individual case.
Amirsaman Zahabioun, an incoming first-year and Iranian immigrant, took meticulous notes in all his high school courses. Instead of turning them into a study guide, he had a better idea: he published them in his very own English literature textbook.
Shep, a golden retriever, has been volunteering at UNC Hospitals since 2015. His owner, Bill White, said Shep's personality and "gentle soul" made him a particularly good therapy dog.
This month marks the third anniversary of UNC’s participation in the largest genetic autism research study in the United States.
The UNC Board of Governors met Friday morning to discuss systemwide chancellor searches, work with state legislature, student fees and tuition and the lack of representation among new appointments.
Gregory Cheng, UNC's "campus whistler," was trespassed from campus on Tuesday, Sept. 17, 2019.