Vandalism temporarily closes campus record label

By Samantha Sabin After numerous reports of break-ins and vandalism, Vinyl Records has temporarily stopped using its Hill Hall recording space. Mark Katz, the music department chairman, decided to close the space almost two weeks ago until the members of Vinyl Records, UNC’s student-run record label, and Katz agree on new security measures for the recording space, such as adding a sign-in sheet and establishing a list of people who have access to the space. “Why weren’t the school’s administrators more proactive with this program’s security? Is the same “hands off” policy used when working with the school’s athletic department? We don’t think so.” Read the full article here:

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