Month: September 2019
Carolina Connection- Sept. 28, 2019
Recent crimes and an ongoing sexual assault investigation in Chapel Hill have left some female students concerned for their safety. Employees of Franklin Street businesses face real safety concerns when working late night shifts. Students for Justice in Palestine is protesting the U.S. Department of Education decision to investigate the UNC-Duke Middle East Consortium. The UNC System Board of Governors is searching for a new chairperson after Harry Smith stepped down. A UNC researcher uses classical music to study the brain.
Multiple crimes targeting women have left some fearful
Late nights on Franklin Street have employees concerned for personal safety
CNN’s Brooke Baldwin returns to UNC, talks news and sports
What weapons can you carry to protect yourself? It depends where you are
Students protest U.S. investigation into the UNC-Duke Middle East Consortium
YouTube penalty raises questions of how to protect children’s online privacy
UNC researcher studies the human brain with classical music
Carolina Connection- Sept. 21, 2019
A UNC senior is remembered for her selflessness and public service after her unexpected death Tuesday. The Trump Administrion threatens to revoke funding for a join UNC/Duke Middle East studies program. Students and community members participate in a one-day strike to demand action on climate change. Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders stopped at UNC and rallied student support for his presidential campaign. As part of their committment to telling more diverse stories, UNC Playmakers’ performance of ‘Native Son,” takes on racism and sexism.