Month: November 2017
Thanks to two students, Buster Keaton film no longer silent
UNC organization does part to keep bee population safe
Carolina Connection – Nov. 18, 2017
The tax reform bill moving through Congress would remove the tax deduction for college booster club dues. The UNC Board of Trustees hears opinions about the future of the Silent Sam monument. Students protest a campus appearance by a former advisor to President Trump. A new diet fad isn’t concerned about what you eat, but imposes limits on when you can eat it. Students work to make UNC more friendly to bees. Two students compose a new score to a very old film.
Opponents, supporters of Silent Sam speak out at hearing
Appearance by Trump advisor sparks protests
Entrepreneurial students already in business for themselves
New diet is more concerned about when you eat, not what
Carolina Connection – Nov. 11, 2017
Students are upset that an undercover UNC police officer posed as a protester during rallies at the Silent Sam statue. The professor injured in the Davie Poplar fire is using his newfound fame to raise money for others. Veterans at UNC deal with the challenges of moving from the battlefield to the classroom. Student athletes have to watch what they tweet. Is it too early for students to start celebrating Christmas?