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2015

Entire program – Dec. 5, 2015

December 5, 2015

Chancellor Folt announces a plan to make UNC more inclusive. Enrollment drops in teacher education program. Students work to reduce the stigma of mental illness. Carolina prepares for its biggest football game in years.

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2015

Entire program – Nov. 21, 2015

November 21, 2015

UNC holds a town hall meeting on race, but it’s interrupted by protesters. Students say “microaggressions” are common at UNC, but what does the term mean? The Cape Fear riverkeeper protects the state’s largest river basin. UNC looks to start a new Thanksgiving tradition.

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2015

Entire program – Nov. 14, 2015

November 14, 2015

Protests about campus racism have spread to campuses nationwide – including UNC. Two more employees are fired for their role in the UNC academic scandal. A new law ends “sanctuary cities” in North Carolina. Campus police are now wearing bodycams.

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2015

Entire program – Nov. 7, 2015

November 7, 2015

A UNC professor looks into racial disparities in police traffic stops. Same-sex couples face legal challenges as they become parents. Anti-psychotic drugs may be overused in assisted living facilities. An upscale movie theater comes to Chapel Hill.

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2015

Entire program – Oct. 31, 2015

October 31, 2015

The UNC system calms down after a week of leadership changes. What is the history behind the controversial Silent Sam statue? A group grows crops on campus. Chapel Hill works to make Halloween more friendly.

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Entire program – Oct. 24, 2015

October 24, 2015

Margaret Spellings is named UNC’s new system president amid complaints about the hiring process. The possible merger of two huge breweries might affect small craft breweries. UNC students try to keep people healthy at the State Fair.

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2015

Entire program – Oct. 10, 2015

October 10, 2015

Protesters say a monument to UNC’s African-American heritage is too often ignored and disrespected. A UNC Professor wins the Nobel Prize in chemistry. First-generation college students face unique challenges. A program for kids mixes running with character development.

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2015

Entire program – Oct. 3, 2015

October 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.

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2015

Entire program – Sept. 26, 2015

September 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.

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2015

Entire program – Sept. 19, 2015

September 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.