Thursday November 27th 2014

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SACS wants more answers from UNC

A month after the release of the Wainstein report, UNC faces new questions about its accreditation. [Read More]

Folt reflects on scandal, future of UNC

Chancellor Folt talks about the state of the University, the academic scandal, and where UNC goes from here. [Read More]

UNC hit with discrimination lawsuit

A lawsuit says UNC's admission policies discriminate against high-achieving white and Asian students. [Read More]

Freshman charged in false bomb threat

The 18 year old allegedly posted the threat on the social media app Yik Yak. Police say the public was never in danger. [Read More]

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A phone for every finger: Students embrace tech gadgets

Just about everybody has a cell phone nowadays, but some UNC students pride themselves on owning a lot more than one. [Read More]

Students celebrate a unique Thanksgiving in Chapel Hill

Students unable to return home for Thanksgiving come together for "Friendsgiving," a Thanksgiving meal with friends. [Read More]

UNC PhD student accomplishes dream

Ché Smith may still be working on her dissertation, but she’s already achieved one of her life goals, becoming a contestant on "Jeopardy!". [Read More]

New food pantry aims to end student hunger

Students have formed a food pantry on campus to help their classmates who can't afford meals. [Read More]

‘No Shave November’ grows more popular

A lot of men at UNC have a new fall tradition. They go through a whole month without shaving. [Read More]


Womens lacrosse team prepares for season

Two years after winning the national championship, the team begins its 2015 season in January. [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]

Full Shows

Entire program – Nov. 22, 2014

UNC faces new questions about the academic scandal from its accrediting agency. Chancellor Folt discusses the scandal's fallout. A lawsuit claims UNC discriminates against white and Asian students. Students start a new Thanksgiving tradition. [Read More]

Entire program – Nov. 15, 2014

UNC waits to hear if its accreditation will be affected by the fraud scandal. For some students, the web is fraught with threats and harassment. Sleeping with your phone can make for a restless night. Students open a food bank for their classmates. [Read More]

Entire program – Nov. 8, 2014

College-aged voters showed little interest in this week's midterm elections. College athletes often struggle to fit academics into their busy practice schedules. A town ordinance forces some UNC students out of their homes. [Read More]

Entire program – Nov. 1, 2014

32,000 people crowd Franklin St. for Halloween. Some students and staff say the Wainstein Report didn't go far enough. Students drum up the youth vote in the upcoming election. Police K9s fight crime with their snouts and jaws. [Read More]

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