Wednesday October 22nd 2014

‘Latest News’

UNC doctor discusses Ebola fight

UNC doctor discusses Ebola fight

Dr, William Fischer briefed UNC leaders on his harrowing efforts to help Ebola patients in Guinea. [Read More]

Carrboro considers revising fowl laws

Carrboro considers revising fowl laws

The town may loosen its chicken ownership laws, allowing more people to keep birds on their property. [Read More]

Students take risks using fake IDs

A study found more than half of underage college students use fake IDs to buy alcohol, but police and ALE agents are trying to stop it. [Read More]

Study finds discrimination harms mental health

A new UNC study shows discrimination increases the risk of mental health issues in African Americans and Caribbean Blacks. [Read More]

Delays may end for LUX renters

Delays may end for LUX renters

The last tenants may finally be able to move next week into LUX Apartments, a new complex that's been plagued by construction delays. [Read More]

Sexual assault policy gets mixed reaction

Many students students remain either unaware or confused about UNC's new sexual assault policy, which changes the definition of "consent." [Read More]

UNC app helps track Ebola growth

UNC app helps track Ebola growth

The Liberian government seeks help from UNC students and faculty in the fight to stem the spread of Ebola. [Read More]

Expert questions Ice Bucket Challenge

Expert questions Ice Bucket Challenge

The ALS Ice Bucket has raised millions of dollars, but a UNC researcher says private donations aren’t addressing the real problem. [Read More]

Remembering Fred Clark

Last week, UNC lost Fred Clark, who helped lead the creation of the Carolina Covenant Scholars program. [Read More]

Companies use tobacco to fight Ebola

Companies use tobacco to fight Ebola

A few medical companies are now using tobacco plants to grow proteins to make vaccines for seasonal flu and the Ebola virus. [Read More]

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