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Carolina Connection – Oct. 14, 2017

UNC escapes NCAA punishment for the academic/athletic scandal. Chancellor Carol Folt called the decision correct and fair, but critics said the university got off easy. Gov. Cooper returns to his alma mater for University Day. A new UNC center hopes to use academic research to alleviate poverty around the world. There’s something new at the N.C. State Fair: beer and wine. A local farm has added something to the tradition of pumpkin carving: You can do it alongside goats.

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Carolina Connection – Oct. 7, 2017

UNC kicks off its largest fundraising campaign ever. The NCAA delays the release of its conclusions in the long-running academic scandal. Your Sunday morning grocery run now can include beer and wine. A photo exhibit in Battle Park displays stark images of war. A Chapel Hill band brings together three musicians who’ve been friends since middle school. How do tattoos and piercings affect your prospects of landing a job?

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Carolina Connection – Sept. 30, 2017

As UNC leaders decide the future of Silent Sam, some students have designed an interactive app to put the Confederate statue in context. Uncertainty about DACA has left students concerned and fearful. Students from Puerto Rico try to stay in touch with family members after Hurricane Maria. One of the fastest growing sports at UNC is played on a computer, not in a stadium. The FBI’s sports corruption investigation causes shock waves throughout the NCAA. What’s it take to win a competitive eating contest?

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