Ramin Bastani thinks he’s found a better way to have “the talk.”
Students in Avery Residence Hall awoke Saturday morning to a water main break, which flooded the basement and Ehringhaus Field causing an estimate of $200,000 in damages.
Fighting, interruptions and high emotions took over what was supposed a calm explanation Monday night of the national American Studies Association’s decision to boycott Israeli academic institutions.
Faculty members across campus are eager to liven up their classrooms in novel ways, and a University grant is making that possible.
UNC-CH enrolls about 800 transfer students every year, and each one has to deal with a transfer credit system that is not uniform across the state.
Many of the leading advocates in UNC’s fight against sexual violence are survivors of assault themselves. And if one of those leaders has it her way, there will be a survivor on the federal government task force aimed at addressing the nationwide issue.
During her junior year, Airianne Posey headed down to the Smith Center, decked out in blue and ready to cheer on the men’s basketball team.
Even when students move off campus, the Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life and Community Involvement (OFSLCI) continues to offer support for housing.
Testing and transcripts — two words that most students fear — will see major changes in the near future.
In the face of yearly surpluses, Student Congress members are beginning to question the fee that the Student Safety and Security Committee uses to allocate to various student safety groups, as well as the committee’s existence.
So apparently there’s a university down in South Carolina (cough cough USC) that has the AUDACITY to call themselves “Carolina.” We’re here to clear up this little matter, and explain, once and for all, why UNC is the only Carolina around. 1.
While many view spring break as a time away from class, some students see it as a time to dig deeper into their field of study. Multiple courses at UNC contain a travel component over school breaks that allow students and instructors the opportunity to take a more hands-on approach to education. Professor Richard Cole’s JOMC 447: “Mass Communication in Mexico” leaves Friday morning for Mexico City to attend lectures from various journalists at three separate universities in the city, a tour of the Mexican newspaper Reforma and a tour of Televisa, which is the second largest mass media company in Latin America.
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