Month: March 2023
As NC residents wait for medical marijuana legalization, some are turning to alternative drugs
Some Muslim students say UNC doesn’t support them as they observe Ramadan
Late Night With Toys: UNC students help children with special needs
More than a year after the Russian invasion, Chapel Hill’s Ukrainian community remains resilient
CarolinaCast: North Carolina BBQ restaurants are changing some of their longest held traditions
Carolina Connection – Mar. 25, 2023
Undergraduate enrollment rates are decreasing across the country. A UNC program helps first generation college students find community and support on campus. A new UNC study suggests ways to combat child neglect. Student app developers promote gender diversity in the tech world. The North Carolina tradition of wood-cooked barbeque is declining, but some small businesses are determined not to let the fire die.
UNC Trustees signal their support for ban on ‘compelled’ speech
The UNC Board of Trustees has voted to support the new UNC System policy prohibiting compelled speech. The policy was approved by the Board of Governors in February, banning schools from forcing people to agree with certain political viewpoints as a condition of admission as a student or employment.