Wednesday April 16th 2014

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UNC refutes Willingham’s findings

A review by three outside experts disputes claims of low literacy rates among UNC student athletes. [Read More]

Protesters want tuition relief

Students marched to the Board of Governors meeting to complain about debt. [Read More]

New voter law raises concerns

New state laws place new requirements on voters for the 2014 and 2016 elections. [Read More]

Conservative groups fight for a voice

Conservative groups say it's difficult to get their message out at UNC. They sometimes face criticism when they try. [Read More]

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Local students bond over movies

Students from UNC, Duke, NC State and other schools join together for the first Triangle Campus Film Festival. [Read More]

Comedy group moves into new facility

The Dirty South Improv Comedy Theatre is moving from Carrboro to a new venue on West Franklin Street. [Read More]

Irish culture celebrated year round

St. Patrick’s Day has come and gone, but for some area residents Irish culture is part of every Thursday night. [Read More]

Students use Segways to get around

Disabled students utilize a fun and easy mobile vehicle to dart around campus. [Read More]

Lost In Texlation

There’s no question that texting makes communicating much easier and quicker, but it is also giving some students headaches. [Read More]

Sports

Baseball team having rough year

UNC's baseball team, a perennial College World Series contender, has already lost more games than it did all of last [Read More]

Heels use Pro Day to impress scouts

Many of UNC’s top football players were hoping to make it to the next level with a good performance at Pro Day. [Read More]

Full Shows

Entire program – Apr. 12, 2014

An outside review disputes claims of low literacy among UNC athletes. Students protest rising tuition and debt. Democrats and Republicans unite to educate students about voting law changes. Irish music happens spontaneously at local bars. [Read More]

Entire program – Apr. 5, 2014

Two months after the Dan River coal ash spill, scientists still are trying to figure out its ecological effects. UNC's class registration system causes headaches for students. Libraries struggle to stay relevant in a digital era. [Read More]

Entire program – Mar. 29, 2014

UNC officials defend the use of the campus emergency sirens, which have sounded four times in the past three months. The deadline approaches for applying for Obamacare. Students protest an ordinance that limits how many people can live in a house. [Read More]

Entire program – Mar. 22, 2014

The governor's staff asks the UNC system to pare down its budget request. Media organizations go to court to unseal records in the Faith Hedgepeth case. A new study finds caffeine may help your memory. [Read More]

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