Both the North Carolina court system and UNC offer differing forms of no-contact orders — commonly called "restraining orders" — to victims of harassment, stalking, abuse or assault when they seek protection from their perpetrators. While each type of no-contact order varies by degree of enforcement and consequences, they all establish, on paper, measures prohibiting contact between involved individuals. But in reality, many victims have found that enforcement of these protective measures can fall on their shoulders alone, leaving them no more sense of protection than they felt before seeking official action.
"But if you've done it right, you'll have some wild stories to tell that might make you feel strong for surviving them."
Even though UNC is a fairly large campus, meeting people can be an experience that is easy and natural, even when the circumstances seem unfavorable.
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Todd Nicolet will serve as the new vice provost for digital and lifelong learning as announced by Robert Blouin on Thursday.