Wednesday April 16th 2014

‘Latest News’

Hedgepeth honored at campus powwow

The event will remember the UNC student who was the victim of a still-unsolved killing in 2012. [Read More]

Media fight for Hedgepeth records

A judge will decide whether to release records related to the UNC student's 2012 death. [Read More]

Pope wants UNC to pare budget

Pope wants UNC to pare budget

State Budget Director Art Pope has requested changes to the UNC system budget to control spending growth. [Read More]

Lee homeowners fight fracking

Lee homeowners fight fracking

Some North Carolinians have learned they may not have the right to stop energy companies from fracking on their own property. [Read More]

Farmers hope to avoid pig virus

Farmers hope to avoid pig virus

While large pork operations have lost thousands of pigs from the PED virus, smaller farmers hope to avoid it. [Read More]

Women often ignore tanning risk

Women often ignore tanning risk

A new UNC study shows that women are using tanning beds even though they know the health risks. [Read More]

‘Flipped classrooms’ encourage students to learn on their own

More professors have begun “flipping their classrooms” because they say it helps students learn better and holds them accountable. [Read More]

Bloomberg takes swipe at UNC

Bloomberg takes swipe at UNC

With a cover that's caused a buzz on campus, the magazine sharply criticizes UNC. [Read More]

Interview with Bloomberg’s Paul Barrett

The Businessweek writer discusses his conclusion that UNC "failed its athletes and its whistleblower." [Read More]

Company seeks approval for sex drug

Company seeks approval for sex drug

Sprout Pharmaceuticals has made a drug to increase libido for women. The challenge is getting the drug approved by the FDA. [Read More]

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