Flowers are left as a sign of respect at the Unsung Founders Memorial, the class of 2002 gift dedicated to the people, enslaved and free, who labored to build the foundations of the University. (Photo by Keith King ’82)
The campus was rocked in mid-April by several of what University officials characterized as racist and anti-Semitic incidents.
Two people were arrested for vandalism of art objects that involved racist graffiti; anti-Semitic posters were…
North Carolina voters overwhelmingly approved a bond referendum that will bring $2 billion to the state’s public college campuses — including most of the funding for a new medical school building at Carolina.
Gov. Pat McCrory toured UNC’s School of Medicine’s Berryhill Hall with Chancellor Carol L. Folt, assessing the dilapidated facility and the goals of a $2 billion bond referendum. “This is really critical,” Folt said. “This medical school…
On March 15, N.C. voters will decide whether to approve a $2 billion bond issue. The proposed $1 billion for public universities includes $68 million for a new medical education building to replace Berryhill Hall.
William L. Saunders’ name is coming off the building on Polk Place where it has been in place for nearly a century. Replacing it will be a name that UNC’s trustees hope will be a unifying one: Carolina Hall.