Wednesday September 3rd 2014

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Chuck Stone remembered as trailblazer, mentor

Members of the UNC community remembered Chuck Stone as journalist who dedicated his life to chronicling the struggle for civil rights. [Read More]

Women lag behind in entrepreneurship

UNC has several programs to encourage student entrepreneurs, but female students are underrepresented. [Read More]

Contextual grading arrives at UNC

Student transcripts will include additional information that tells students how they performed in a class relative to everyone else. [Read More]

Seniors still trying to find jobs

UNC Career Services says the job market for this year’s grads might be slightly better than in recent years. [Read More]

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Famed redwood has unknown orgins

There's a California redwood tree towering over the sights and sounds of Columbia Street. No one is sure of its exact origins. [Read More]

Local band ready for big time

Campfires and Constellations, a band of five UNC seniors, begins its first tour. [Read More]

Selfie use rising among females

Recent studies have found that college aged women in the U.S. may be the most likely candidates to take selfies. [Read More]

Young girls strive for healthfulness

After receiving a grant from the Clinton Global Initiative this year, a Chapel Hill organization is preparing to grow. [Read More]

TEACCH program helps those with autism

An UNC program that helps autism sufferers and their families has become a national model. [Read More]

Sports

Women vie for club lacrosse crown

UNC's club lacrosse team heads for the national championships. [Read More]

UNC lacrosse goes north for help

Canadian lacrosse players are more common. A couple have even made their way to UNC. [Read More]

Full Shows

Entire program – May 10, 2014

On the final "Carolina Connection" of the 2013-2014 school year, we look back at some of the year's top news stories at UNC and some of our favorite features. [Read More]

Entire program – Apr. 26, 2014

The job market is slightly better for this year's grads, but many still are looking for work. UNC promotes entrepreneurship, but women's participation lags. A student band starts its first tour. Chapel Hill has a secret that's 120 feet tall. [Read More]

Entire program – Apr. 19, 2014

UNC students and faculty prepare to compete in the Boston Marathon, one year after the bombing. A UNC statistics professor calculates the times of runners who never finished last year's Marathon. A UNC autism program serves as a national model. [Read More]

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]

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