Friday November 21st 2014

‘Latest News’

Student found dead in Park and Ride lot

Police and the SBI are investigating the death of nursing student Olutoyosi Layeni Fatolu. [Read More]

Wainstein finds widespread fraud

Wainstein finds widespread fraud

Kenneth Wainstein's report reveals UNC academic scandal affected more than 3000 students. [Read More]

AAAD students react to report

AAAD students react to report

UNC's African, African American and Diaspora Studies department was at the center of the academic scandal. [Read More]

New laws affect student voting

Early voting has begun, but UNC students won't be able to vote on campus this year due to controversial state laws. [Read More]

Chapel Hill preparing for Halloween

With the holiday less than a week away, the town is preparing for the annual crowd on Franklin St. [Read More]

McCrory seeks ‘healing’ after ruling

McCrory seeks ‘healing’ after ruling

In a Carolina Connection interview, the Governor said he'll implement the order that allowed same-sex marriage, though he disagrees with it. [Read More]

Gov. McCrory speaks at University Day

As Gov. Pat McCrory speaks at University Day, some faculty are skeptical about his ideas on higher education. [Read More]

Climate change debate shifts focus

Concern about climate change has sparked activism from students and others, but policy change is moving slowly. [Read More]

Towing law continues to confuse

Towing law continues to confuse

Chapel Hill and Carrboro recently were forced to update their towing ordinances, removing clauses that some residents wish were kept in. [Read More]

Hong Kong protests threaten UNC connections

As protests rage on in Hong Kong, how do these actions affect UNC’s different connections to the city? [Read More]

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