Friday March 27th 2015

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UNC evaluates buildings, monuments that honor southern past

Concerns include a building named for a KKK leader and monuments that honor the Confederacy. [Read More]

Bus cameras capture unsafe drivers

North Carolina school systems are installing cameras on buses to catch drivers who illegally pass them. [Read More]

Students attend Saturday class to make up lost time

Students in the Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools met Saturday to make up classes that were cancelled due to winter weather. [Read More]

Durham County DA will seek death penalty for Hicks

Craig Stephen Hicks, the alleged killer in the Finley Forest shootings, will face a possible death sentence. [Read More]

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Duo carries out Deah’s mission

Two members of the UNC family are traveling throughout the Middle East in an effort to improve the lives of those less fortunate. [Read More]

Students get down at Dance Marathon

At the 17th annual UNC Dance Marathon, students stayed up all night to raise money for UNC Hospital. [Read More]

UNC students share advice with rising freshmen

UNC students offer advice to their younger siblings who have recently been accepted into the Carolina class of 2019. [Read More]

Robot aide helps student attend class

A student undergoing cancer treatment uses technology to attend classes remotely. [Read More]

Campus pantry has little traffic, packed shelves

Carolina Cupboard has collected a lot of food for needy students, but so far, there have been only a few takers. [Read More]


Tough loss leads to thoughts of next season

With several returning players, fans are thinking ahead to next basketball season. But the team isn't looking ahead yet. [Read More]

Heels season ends with Sweet 16 loss to Wisconsin

UNC was unable to hold a second half lead, and fell 79-72 in the NCAA West Region semifinal. [Read More]

Full Shows

Entire program – Mar. 21, 2015

UNC considers what to do about buildings and monuments that honor the Civil War and white supremacy. It's a rare Saturday school day for Chapel Hill children. A student and alumnus honor Deah Barakat's legacy by working in the Middle East. [Read More]

Entire program – Mar. 7, 2015

Prosecutors seek the death penalty in the Finley Forest shooting. UNC whistleblower Mary Willingham publishes a book. UNC research shows how important dads are when it comes to your genes. Students help UNC employees learn English. [Read More]

Entire program – Feb. 28, 2015

In a raucous meeting, the Board of Governors votes to eliminate the UNC Poverty Center. Students and faculty blast the decision. Tuition is increasing again. Snow cancels classes, bit not all students are celebrating. [Read More]

Entire program – Feb. 21, 2015

Students raise money to honor the legacy of the three young people slain last week. Muslim students feel especially vulnerable after the triple homicide. In an ideological fight, the UNC Board of Governors considers closing three academic centers. [Read More]

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