Month: March 2018
Carolina Connection – Mar. 31, 2018
An anti-gun rally at UNC includes survivors of the Parkland, Fla. shooting and family members of the victims. UNC’s Board of Trustees considers adding historical context to Silent Sam by installing signs and multimedia. Coyote sightings have some Orange County residents reaching for their guns, but officials are asking residents to try to coexist with the animals. Residents of a Chapel Hill mobile home park, many of them undocumented immigrants, fear losing their homes. A UNC expert says it’s difficult to protect your online privacy.
Parkland victim’s brother says gun safety debate isn’t partisan
Parkland survivors join UNC students to push gun laws
Trailer park residents, many undocumented, fear losing homes
Experts say don’t expect privacy on Facebook, social media
With coyote sightings on the rise, some locals reach for their guns
UNC Dance Marathon celebrates 20 years
UNC Board of Governors approves business school fee
Carolina Connection – Mar. 24, 2018
Students walk out of class to remember the victims of the Parkland, Florida shooting and call for stricter gun laws. UNC business students will pay a new $2000 annual fee. Students dance through the night to raise money for N.C. Children’s Hospital. The Daily Tar Heel moves to a smaller office to help deal with financial problems. A UNC study finds that while white men benefit from being taller, black men generally do not. A group of senior citizens has formed one of the Triangle’s most unusual flash mobs.