Entire program – May 7, 2016

In our “Year In Review” episode, we look back at some of the top stories of the 2015-16 school year. Margaret Spellings takes over as UNC System President, but attracts campus protesters. A UNC employee is at the center of a lawsuit over North Carolina’s controversial LGBT discrimination law. A fatal car crash leads to a crackdown on fake IDs, but underage students are hesitant to stop using them. UNC tries to break the stigma of mental illness.

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