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Wainstein finds widespread fraud

Kenneth Wainstein's report reveals UNC academic scandal affected more than 3000 students. [Read More]

AAAD students react to report

UNC's African, African American and Diaspora Studies department was at the center of the academic scandal. [Read More]

New laws affect student voting

Early voting has begun, but UNC students won't be able to vote on campus this year due to controversial state laws. [Read More]

Chapel Hill preparing for Halloween

With the holiday less than a week away, the town is preparing for the annual crowd on Franklin St. [Read More]

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Gimghoul Castle shrouded in mystery

Tucked away beyond UNC’s campus lies a hidden secret. The only clues are a few old documents and a castle in the woods. [Read More]

WHUP to launch as a unique local music station

A new community radio station hopes to launch in Hillsborough, promising a blend of unique and local music. [Read More]

Students see Fall Break as a chance to serve others

While some students see Fall Break as a chance to relax, others see it as a chance to give back to society through community service. [Read More]

New app helps people learn new languages

The app Duolingo allows people to learn a language just by pressing download. But can it effectively co-exist with classroom learning? [Read More]

Theater group addresses difficult subjects

Interactive Theatre Carolina helps addresses issues such as sexual assault, depression, and suicide. [Read More]


Bilas says NCAA may sanction UNC

ESPN college sports analyst Jay Bilas says UNC may face punishment in the ongoing NCAA investigation. [Read More]

Hicks excited about new season

Soft-spoken sophomore forward, Isaiah Hicks hopes to increase his role in his second season under Roy Williams. [Read More]

Full Shows

Entire program – Oct. 25, 2014

The long-awaited Wainstein report finds thousands of UNC students received credit for sham classes. Voting may be harder for UNC students this year and in 2016. A mysterious Chapel Hill castle houses a secret society. [Read More]

Entire program – Oct. 11, 2014

As Gov. McCrory comes to campus for University Day, some question his commitment to higher education. The unrest in Hong Kong affects UNC students. Local towing laws remain controversial. A new radio station hopes to feature local live music. [Read More]

Entire program – Oct. 4, 2014

Prosecutors drop charges against a former UNC athletic tutor, but the long-running academic scandal continues. First Amendment scholars question UNC's social media rules for athletes. A study finds some college students are addicted to their phones. [Read More]

Entire program – Sep. 27, 2014

North Carolina's low teacher salaries have led some education students to rethink their majors. A UNC doctor helps fight Ebola in Guinea. Carrboro considers allowing more residents to raise chickens. "Beatmaking" helps change people's lives. [Read More]

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