Tuesday May 26th 2015

‘Latest News’

New documentary sheds light on sexual assault at UNC

The Hunting Ground, a documentary about campus rape, focuses partly on UNC. [Read More]

Student fights back against false rape accusations

An Auburn student who says he was falsely accused of sexual assault has founded an organization that advocates for men. [Read More]

State seeks death in Hicks case

State seeks death in Hicks case

In a Durham hearing, a judge allows the capital case to proceed against the alleged killer of three young Muslims. [Read More]

As Hicks’ hearing approaches, UNC still mourns

As the accused killer in February's shooting faces a court hearing, students still struggle with the loss of three friends. [Read More]

Bill would require professors to teach more

A state senate proposal would sharply increase the course load of most UNC professors. [Read More]

UNC loans money to preserve historic neighborhood

UNC hopes the $3 million loan will protect the historically African-American Northside neighborhood from redevelopment pressure. [Read More]

Group says schools should pay athletes

Group says schools should pay athletes

A group of educators is trying to build support for a plan to pay college athletes. [Read More]

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]

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