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Welcome Back 2013

Welcome Back 2013

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Serving UNC students and the University community since 1893
Saturday , August 17, 2013
dailytarheel.com
Volume 121, Issue 52
THE NEWS YOU MISSED
Hairston charges Town flooding Moral Mondays New administrators NCAA title
 welcome back editio
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NEW CHANCELLORSTEPS INTO OFFICE
Dartmouth’s Carol Folt took oce July 1 and replaced or-mer Chancellor Holden Thorp.Kenan-Flagler Dean Jim Deanbecame provost.
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SEXUAL ASSAULTPROBES CONTINUE
An external review wascompleted and a third ederalinvestigation was opened sur-rounding UNC’s handling o sexual assault cases.
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TOWN, CAMPUSFLOOD WITH RAIN
 Torrential rains in late Juneled to fooding across campusand downtown Chapel Hill,with many buildings and busi-nesses closing.
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BASEBALL FALLSSHORT IN OMAHA
 The Tar Heels won the ACCchampionship and headedto the College World Seriesin Omaha, where they lost toUCLA.
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STUDENTS CALLSFOR HELP INCREASE
With the number o alcohol-related 911 calls rising, a newlaw has passed that protectsstudents who call or helpwhen drinking.
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ave you ever had one of those moments where you’re sure you’veexperienced that before, but that’s impossible because when was thelast time you even saw a train, let alone hijacked it? Were you also a mouse? If so, you might’ve been the subject of a recent experiment involving implanting false memories in the minds of mice —except I’m not sure what you were doing robbing a train.Then again, mouse brains and human ones are remarkably similar, apparently,so it’s only so long before scientists get the chance to start really being creative!How will you remember who you are when you distinctly remember beingLeonardo DiCaprio remembering being a mouse in an experiment on memory?
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The University’s top two turn over
By Megan Cassellaand Jordan Bailey
Senior Writers
JULY 4 — July 1 markedthe beginning of a new administrative era for theUniversity, with the top twopositions turning over intonew hands.Dartmouth’s Carol Foltmoved into the chancellorspot — a position that, for herpredecessor, was plagued by a series of stringent budget cutsand ever-unfolding scandals.Her job also brings withit a $520,000 yearly salary — an increase from formerChancellor Holden Thorp’s$432,600 — as well as threefederal investigations sur-rounding the University’shandling of sexual assaultand a State Bureau of Investigation probe into theDepartment of African and Afro-American Studies.Down the hall, formerdean of the Kenan-FlaglerBusiness School Jim Deantook the helm as executive vice chancellor and provost,earning $445,000 — anincrease from former ProvostBruce Carney’s $350,000.For Folt, the recent scru-tiny UNC has faced is a testament to its legacy. Andit’s something, she said, that will prove only to strengthenthe University as it movesforward.“(UNC) has held itself to a  very high standard through-out its life, so I think it’s very difficult when you face a chal-lenge because you aspire forthat standard,” she said.“It’s been really difficultfor people, and I think that’sactually to its credit.“If people didn’t care, that would be a bad sign.
A new leader’s first steps
 With the nation’s first pub-lic university firmly withinher grasp, the former leaderof a private institution saidher first steps will involvemeeting with a number of dif -ferent people and groups oncampus.Mostly, she said, she hopesto maintain the values andtraditions UNC already stands for.“(UNC) invented what a university could be, and it hasthe opportunity to continueto reinvent it with every gen-eration, with a legacy thatmaintains that kind of excel-lence,” Folt said.“I think, at its core, thatis what we should wake upevery day thinking about.”Jay Smith, a history profes-sor who has been at the fore-front of faculty discussions onrestoring academic integrity,said there are a number of issues currently gnawing atthe heart of the University’sintegrity. He said an openacknowledgement of thoseproblems at the start wouldset a positive tone.“I have a feeling that therehasn’t been enough ventilationin South Building over thepast few years,” Smith said.“(Folt) could make a dif -ference by signaling that shehas an open-door policy, thatshe will listen to anyone whohas problems to discuss, thatshe will reward truth-tellersinstead of intimidating themor trying to keep them silent, which has happened aroundhere.”Folt has indicated that shehopes to have conversationsabout past scandals movingforward — but that she recog-nizes there are other aspects of the University to address, too.“For me, the most impor-tant things aren’t thoseissues,” Folt said. “They’rereally students — what arethey loving about their expe-rience, and what are they excited about doing?”
The second-in-command
 As Jim Dean reflected onhis first day as executive vicechancellor and provost, hesaid he was humbled.“After 16 years, I knew everything about how (Kenan-Flagler BusinessSchool) worked,” he said.“I have an awful lot to learnabout how things work in thisrole. I’ve gone from an expertto a novice overnight.”He said he was excited to begin working with Folt.“I think when you have thismuch change in the top, youhave a rare opportunity todecide where the University should go.”
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Jim Dean, former dean of the Kenan-Flagler Business School,took over as provost July 1. He joined new Chancellor Carol Folt.
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