Month: October 2016
Chapel Hill imposes Halloween curfew for Franklin St.
Dean of students raises concern about canceled classes after Halloween
UNC meeting with NCAA may begin to bring closure to scandal
By Nathan Bernstein A closed-door meeting took place Friday in Indianapolis between UNC and the NCAA. The meeting was another step toward determining whether the NCAA will assess penalties for the UNC academic-athletic scandal. The meeting lasted five hours, but we don’t know yet what went on behind those doors.
Entire program – Oct. 29, 2016
Chapel Hill leaders want to make the annual Halloween celebration smaller, while UNC leaders want to make sure students show up for class the next morning. The NCAA holds a five-hour hearing on UNC’s longrunning athletic/academic scandal. Critics say the campus bookshop has lost its “quirkiness.” You may be wearing a piece of UNC history right now.
Critics say campus bookshop has lost its ‘quirkiness’
Open travel to Cuba impacts locals
UNC documents student life through T-shirts
Durham homeless may lose refuge if library closes
Entire program – Oct. 15, 2016
Jury deliberations begin in the murder trial of former UNC student Chandler Kania. Kania’s DWI trial has focused attention on driving while smoking marijuana – a popular but dangerous trend. Hurricane Matthew devastates some students’ home towns. Margaret Spellings is formally installed as the UNC System’s president. The State Fair is the setting for an unusual fraternity social.