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Entire program – Sept. 24, 2016

September 24, 2016

Students stage a campus protest in reaction to the Charlotte police shooting, while a UNC researcher looks into the relationship between race and traffic stops. Some students are apathetic about the upcoming election. A UNC senior writes in the New York Times about “blackout drinking.” A Chapel Hill record label is working both to preserve old southern music and promote new artists.

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Entire program – Sept. 17, 2016

September 17, 2016

UNC defends its sexual assault policies after a student claims the university didn’t take her complaint seriously. The NCAA and ACC pull their championships from North Carolina, and student athletes will pay the price. A student suffers from a rare case of Lyme Disease. The home football season begins, and fans will notice some new features in Kenan Stadium.

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Entire program – Sept. 10, 2016

September 10, 2016

9/11 is commemorated by UNC students — even those too young to remember it. Transgender restrooms cause more controversy on campus. The UNC Board of Governors holds a relatively calm meeting. Four years after her death, the family of Faith Hedgepeth still hope police will find her killer. A student tries to down an eight-pound pizza to win cash.


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