Sunday March 29th 2015

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McCrory’s budget cuts more from UNC

McCrory’s budget cuts more from UNC

The Governor's proposed budget will cut even more funds from universities across the UNC system. [Read More]

Trustees delay Saunders Hall decision

Trustees delay Saunders Hall decision

At their Wednesday meeting, the Board of Trustees hosted eight group representatives to voice their opinions about the future of Saunders Hall. [Read More]

Net neutrality rules met with praise, some criticisms

In a UNC speech, Comcast's Executive Vice Preisdent criticizes the FCC's new net neutrality rules. [Read More]

UNC evaluates buildings, monuments that honor southern past

Concerns include a building named for a KKK leader and monuments that honor the Confederacy. [Read More]

Bus cameras capture unsafe drivers

Bus cameras capture unsafe drivers

North Carolina school systems are installing cameras on buses to catch drivers who illegally pass them. [Read More]

Students attend Saturday class to make up lost time

Students attend Saturday class to make up lost time

Students in the Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools met Saturday to make up classes that were cancelled due to winter weather. [Read More]

Durham County DA will seek death penalty for Hicks

Craig Stephen Hicks, the alleged killer in the Finley Forest shootings, will face a possible death sentence. [Read More]

Willingham book details fraud scandal

Willingham book details fraud scandal

UNC academic scandal whistleblower Mary Willingham talks about her time at Carolina and her new book on the role of student athletes. [Read More]

HIV rates rising in the South

HIV infection rates are continuing to rise across the Southern United States, leaving researchers and doctors worried about why. [Read More]

UNC board closes Poverty Center

UNC board closes Poverty Center

In a raucous meeting, protesters criticize the vote as a politically-motivated attack on academic freedom and free speech. [Read More]

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