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Campus Y staff response to January 23 vandalism

Campus Y Community, As some of you connected with campus may have heard, the Campus Y was vandalized over the weekend. The perpetrator unlawfully entered our building and proceeded to steal, tag, and destroy objects throughout the Y, including inside our Co-Presidents’ office. Some of the vandalism included anti-Semitic symbols … Continued

Campus Y, CCPS, and SLL to host pre- and post-election Living Room Conversations

11/2 – Living Room Conversations on Anxiety and the Election Have you read the headline news about the election and found your blood pressure rise and your mood change? Do you find your inner peace shaken by the stress of America’s election season? How do we set boundaries for our … Continued

Student activists discuss ‘remnants of Silent Sam’ at documentary screening

The Confederate statue Silent Sam may be gone from McCorkle Place — but conversations about systemic racism on UNC’s campus are not. The Campus Y hosted a virtual screening of the documentary film “Silence Sam” Wednesday, followed by a panel about the future of anti-racist activism at UNC. The film, … Continued

Taina Asili to Host Social Justice Artist Residency 9/29-10/1

From September 29th through October 1st the UNC Chapel Hill Campus Y will be hosting New York-based Puerto Rican singer, filmmaker and activist Taína Asili for an online artist residency. Taína Asili carries on the tradition of her ancestors, fusing past and present struggles into one soulful and defiant voice. … Continued

Campus Y COVID-19 relief resource guide

Dear Campus Y and Carolina Community, Over the past few weeks, actions taken by the University have caused wholly preventable upheaval in our campus community. We understand that many people in our community are in great need, so we are centralizing efforts to provide housing, food, and other aid led … Continued



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