Month: February 2018
Some gun supporters, opponents try to find common ground
Carolina Connection – Feb. 24, 2018
UNC students are part of a national movement calling for gun control. Meanwhile, the university asks professors and students to think about what to do in the event of a shooting. An Orange County legislator is proposing that “Silent Sam” be moved to a less visible place on campus. Former UNC players are named in the latest revelations about the FBI investigation into college sports. A campus art exhibit examines the issue of citizenship. The sport of curling is becoming more popular.
Art exhibit examines the concept of citizenship
Ex-UNC players named in FBI sports investigation documents
Legislator wants to move Silent Sam to somewhere else on campus
UNC asks faculty, students to plan for shootings, other emergencies
Sweep sweep victory: giving curling a try
State treasurer challenges UNC Health Care merger
Carolina Connection – Feb. 17, 2018
Disabled students at UNC say they often feel excluded from campus life. State officials are questioning the proposed merger of UNC Health Care with Charlotte-based Atrium Health Care. A conference in Chapel Hill explores strategies to battle child hunger. UNC’s new student body president plans to address mental health on campus. A Chapel Hill group tries to save the Chelsea theater. Woody Durham is honored for his decades as UNC’s play-by-play announcer.