At a meeting Tuesday on the third floor of the Student Union, the Board of Elections will look to nip campaign violations in the bud.
As the University celebrates America Recycles Day today, officials are hoping to bring to light campus efforts to go green. “I think more and more people are interested in recycling than they have been in past years,” said Amy Preble, outreach coordinator for the office of waste reduction and recycling. “Half of the University’s waste is recycled, which is good,” she said. Her office and student government’s environmental affairs committee are co-sponsoring America Recycles Day festivities at Polk Place. The event, which lasts from 10 a.m.
Fall would be nothing without football and Halloween. This year’s Homecoming week is October 25 through October 31, resulting in one jam-packed weekend full of madness and excitement. Halloween seems to have incorporated itself into Homecoming. Even the Homecoming T-shirt has a haunted theme. With a full schedule of activities and attractions, students will have many options to allocate their time.
On Thursday night, students gathered at the Cabaret in the Frank Porter Graham Student Union, waiting anxiously to get a glimpse into their futures. Psychic Readings in the Cabaret is an annual event organized by the Carolina Union Activities Board (CUAB). This year, the CUAB invited tarot-readers Ellen Gardiner, Christy Strauss and Sharon Stack to try their hands at fortune-telling.