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Carolina Connection – Sept. 23, 2017

The Trump Administration plans to change a federal policy on how colleges must respond to allegations of sexual assault. A university team will examine how DACA affects students. A state commission delays a decision on the future of Confederate monuments. A new national study shows one in five college students believe physical violence against speakers who make hurtful statements is acceptable. Cheerwine celebrates its 100th anniversary as a uniquely North Carolina bottled treat.

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Carolina Connection – Sept. 16, 2017

Opponents of the Silent Sam Confederate statue threaten to take UNC to federal court. The killing of UNC student Faith Hedgepeth remains unsolved, five years after she was found dead in her apartment. Women are underrepresented in STEM majors. Local residents protest plans to reinstate fluoridation in Chapel Hill’s water. It’s time for Oktoberfest, the German celebration that – despite its name – happens in September.

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Carolina Connection – Sept. 9, 2017

Protesters interrupt a Board of Governors meeting as the Board limits the powers of the UNC Center for Civil Rights. Chancellor Folt asks for patience as she looks for ways to remove the Silent Sam statue. As students from Texas deal with the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, a UNC expert says many North Carolinians aren’t prepared for a disaster here. President Trump’s plan to phase out DACA affects many students. The Hopscotch Music Festival brings known and unknown musicians to Raleigh.

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