The Faculty Council met Friday to discuss the University's budget, the current COVID-19 outlook and UNC's plans for the spring semester.
Kira Griffith is the two-term president of the Residence Hall Association and a Chancellor's Science Scholar. She aims to advocate for student voices and combine her passion for activism and leadership in her work with the RHA.
Chapel Hill police are providing the UNC Student Affairs Office with enhanced daily reporting about student-related violations of state or local ordinances regarding COVID-19. The police department is providing this information so that the University can notify the students and parents of these violations and take administrative or disciplinary action as needed.
After the University announced its decision to implement remote delivery of its classes for the remainder of the semester, on-campus students have had to move out of their residence halls and cancel housing contracts. Students living in Granville Towers are no different.
UNC initially planned to hold in-person labs, but the shift to remote learning for all undergraduate classes is forcing students and instructors to adapt.
Days leading up to the first day of class, some UNC courses were moved to locations off of main campus — notably, the Friday Center. Students and professors weigh in with their thoughts regarding the last minute changes.
Chancellor Kevin Guskiewicz presented the Board of Trustees with his recommendation to remove the names Wednesday after forming a committee to review the Commission on History, Race and A Way Forward's unanimous resolution recommending the removal of these four names from campus buildings earlier this month.
With the semester starting in less than three weeks, student workers are raising concerns about the safety of their positions this fall when students return to campus.
The Commission on Campus Equality and Student Equity held its second full meeting Thursday, during which community members shared a number of concerns regarding the fall return to campus. The commission passed on a series of recommendations to University leaders on Saturday regarding UNC's reentry plan, focused on equity and transparency measures.
Carolina Kickoff has welcomed incoming first-years for decades. Now, leadership hopes to create the same interactive and engaging experience remotely, as the camp is held online this year due to COVID-19 related concerns.