Wednesday October 7th 2015

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Chapel Hill opens doors for Syrian refugees

Mark Kleinschmidt is among several U.S. mayors offering to welcome Syrian refugees to their cities. [Read More]

Hedgepeth honored with scholarship

The family of Faith Hedgepeth has established a scholarship in her name to help female college students succeed. [Read More]

Media coverage of mass shootings scrutinized

After another mass shooting, the media are facing more questions about whether their reporting glamorizes the gunmen. [Read More]

Campus protests store privatization

Students and faculty protest a proposed privatization of Student Stores, while administrators weigh the benefits. [Read More]

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From the farm to the dinner plate

Al's Burger Shack is an award winning Chapel Hill restaurant, but it's not just what happens in the kitchen that makes the burgers good. [Read More]

Breakdancers make Pit their studio

Students and Chapel Hill residents show off their dance moves in impromptu night performances. [Read More]

Project Krav Maga: A unique form of martial arts

Project Krav Maga brings a unique form of martial arts to UNC. The Project's co-founders say Krav Maga is practical and useful for anyone. [Read More]

Ride raises money, inspires families

A 4,000 mile bike ride honors young cancer victims and inspires survivors and their families. [Read More]

Repurposed drug can prevent HIV

A new way to prevent HIV uses a medication that's been around for years. The re-purposed drug is recommended for people at high risk of becoming infected. [Read More]


Women’s rugby team aims to make it to the playoffs

The women’s rugby club team almost made it to the final four in the playoffs last year. This year, they hope to make [Read More]

Student athlete transitions from football to basketball

After an injury ended his career as a UNC quarterback, Kanler Coker has transitioned to a basketball walk-on. [Read More]

Full Shows

Entire program – Oct. 3, 2015

Students protest a plan that could privatize UNC Student Stores. Chapel Hill offers to house Syrian refugees. Faith Hedgepeth's family honors her with a scholarship. We follow your food from farm to table. [Read More]

Entire program – Sept. 26, 2015

A fatal DUI - and the ensuing crackdown on local bars - leads some students to rethink using fake IDs. Faculty support a controversial seminar about 9/11. Budget cuts target a UNC education think-tank. A martial art from Israel comes to UNC. [Read More]

Entire program – Sept. 19, 2015

Chapel Hill's homeless shelter is moving from downtown, but that may not reduce Franklin St. panhandling. Two bars face sanctions after a fatal DUI. Boy Scouts bike across the U.S. to honor a cancer victim. Veterans turn old uniforms into paper. [Read More]

Entire program – Sept. 12, 2015

UNC honors the victims of 9/11, while a class on the tragedy has sparked controversy. A campus task force looks at UNC's history. While Uber grows in popularity, taxi companies are worried about this new form of competition. [Read More]