Month: September 2016
Entire program – Sept. 17, 2016
UNC defends its sexual assault policies after a student claims the university didn’t take her complaint seriously. The NCAA and ACC pull their championships from North Carolina, and student athletes will pay the price. A student suffers from a rare case of Lyme Disease. The home football season begins, and fans will notice some new features in Kenan Stadium.
Student struggles with rare case of Lyme Disease
Kenan Stadium upgrades food, video boards
Hedgepeth’s family still hopes police will find killer
Removal of gender-neutral signs sparks controversy
Entire program – Sept. 10, 2016
9/11 is commemorated by UNC students — even those too young to remember it. Transgender restrooms cause more controversy on campus. The UNC Board of Governors holds a relatively calm meeting. Four years after her death, the family of Faith Hedgepeth still hope police will find her killer. A student tries to down an eight-pound pizza to win cash.