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Archive for October, 2011

UNC sociologist puts protests in perspective

UNC sociologist puts protests in perspective

Students protesting on the steps of Wilson Library. Thousands occupying Wall Street. Who attends these protests and why? [Read More]

Football team’s new twitter rules

Football team’s new twitter rules

In response to NCAA concerns about athletes' social media use, UNC has enlisted an outside company to screen players' Twitter posts. [Read More]

Club football’s unexpected captain

They don't play in Kenan Stadium, but the UNC Club Football team wears the same blue, and they are led by someone you wouldn't expect. [Read More]

Social media and the 1st amendment

Social media and the 1st amendment

A new study from the James L. Knight Foundation suggests the more students tweet, blog or use Facebook, the more they value free speech. But is that true at UNC? [Read More]

Larger classes for grad students

Larger classes for grad students

Budget cuts mean larger classes, and many grad students are being asked to pick up the slack. [Read More]

Teaching Fellows program may be saved

Teaching Fellows program may be saved

State legislators cut the program, but have since heard from so many citizens who want to save the it that they’re reconsidering. [Read More]

UNC’s Olympic hopeful

UNC’s Olympic hopeful

Redshirt Senior David MacDonald is the first UNC diver to qualify for the Olympic Trials. He'll compete in the three meter event. [Read More]

Entire program – October 1, 2011

As UNC celebrates its annual "First Amendment Day," some observers question the university's commitment to a free press. Budget cuts mean shorter hours at the library. "Fracking" causes environmental worries in the Piedmont. UNC's club football team has a surprising player. [Read More]

UNC records policy questioned

UNC records policy questioned

Even as UNC celebrates First Amendment Day, some observers question the university's commitment to freedom of the press. [Read More]

Distracted walking poses threat

Distracted walking poses threat

North Carolina is among the states that's banned texting while driving. But it's also dangerous to use portable electronics while walking. [Read More]

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