Wednesday July 23rd 2014

‘Latest News’

Chuck Stone remembered as trailblazer, mentor

Members of the UNC community remembered Chuck Stone as journalist who dedicated his life to chronicling the struggle for civil rights. [Read More]

Women lag behind in entrepreneurship

UNC has several programs to encourage student entrepreneurs, but female students are underrepresented. [Read More]

Contextual grading arrives at UNC

Student transcripts will include additional information that tells students how they performed in a class relative to everyone else. [Read More]

Seniors still trying to find jobs

UNC Career Services says the job market for this year’s grads might be slightly better than in recent years. [Read More]

Honor court makes changes

UNC reforms the honor court process in an effort to make it quicker and more efficient. [Read More]

UNC remembers Boston bombing

UNC remembers Boston bombing

A year after the Boston Marathon bombing, several UNC students and faculty members will be in Boston for this year's race. [Read More]

UNC prof calculates how Marathon runners might have finished

Statistics professor Richard Smith estimated the likely finish times for runners who couldn't complete last year's Boston Marathon. [Read More]

UNC refutes Willingham’s findings

A review by three outside experts disputes claims of low literacy rates among UNC student athletes. [Read More]

Protesters want tuition relief

Protesters want tuition relief

Students marched to the Board of Governors meeting to complain about debt. [Read More]

New voter law raises concerns

New voter law raises concerns

New state laws place new requirements on voters for the 2014 and 2016 elections. [Read More]

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