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2016

Entire program – Feb. 27, 2016

February 27, 2016

Franklin Street bars crack down on fade ID’s after regulators suspended two bars’ licenses. Critics question the private-sector background of new UNC System President Margaret Spellings. More students are moving off-campus. Toys and games aren’t just for kids.

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2016

Entire program – Feb. 20, 2016

February 20, 2016

Gov. Pat McCrory and UNC leaders drum up support for next month’s bond vote. A new study shows today’s college students are more politically aware — and liberal — than their predecessors. UNC restricts hoverboards amid safety concerns. The N.C. Botanical Gardens is collecting seeds to keep on hand in case of a natural disaster.

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2016

Entire program – Feb. 13, 2016

February 13, 2016

Students at UNC and N.C. State come together to celebrate and commemorate “Our Three Winners,” UNC President-elect Margaret Spellings reacts to the protests that have greeted her hiring, Vice President Joe Biden says UNC and Duke can play a big role in curing cancer, Carolina students celebrate Valentine’s Day.

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2016

Entire program – Feb. 6, 2016

February 6, 2016

A year after three people were shot dead in Chapel Hill, their commitment to community service lives on. Textbook prices are rising, and one group is looking to put a stop to it. A Supreme Court case on immigration could force some students out of college. A former student-athlete raises funds for a cause he knows all too well.

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Entire program – Jan. 30, 2016

January 30, 2016

Protests erupt at a Board of Governors meeting, resulting in four arrests. A new law has students confused about how to cast their votes during the upcoming election season. The elimination of the state tax credit on solar energy has some advocates worried about the future of the growing industry.