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As UNC physics professor Paul Frampton continues to serve time on house arrest in Argentina, a lawsuit he had previously filed against the University was dismissed Monday by an N.C. judge.
After more than nine months in a high-security Argentine prison and one month of house arrest, UNC physics professor Paul Frampton was sentenced Nov. 19 to four years and eight months of house arrest for drug smuggling charges.
After more than nine months in an Argentine prison, UNC physics professor Paul Frampton has been released and placed on house arrest for health reasons.
Paul Frampton, the UNC professor who has been in prison in Argentina for more than seven months, has been released and put under house arrest for health reasons.
It’s everyone’s favorite time of year: “Humans vs. Zombies” season. Chapel Hill is flooded with Nerf guns, bandanas and, for some reason, socks. Hopefully, someone will have the good sense to make a “Humans vs. ‘Humans vs. Zombies’” game, the goal of which is to eradicate the foolishness from campus.
Supporters of UNC physics professor Paul Frampton, who remains in an Argentine prison seven months after being jailed, are still working toward his release.
Paul Frampton remains jailed in Argentina.
TO THE EDITOR: Believe me when I say how badly I feel for Paul Frampton, unjustly imprisoned in a foreign country for months.
TO THE EDITOR: Five months in Devoto prison are not the best for either mental or physical health. I have had about ten colds in this time, probably because the air contains cigarette smoke and various viruses.
UNC physics professor Paul Frampton said he may be released as soon as next week. He has been held in an Argentine jail on charges of smuggling cocaine for more than five months. Frampton said in a letter that there was a unified attempt among his supporters to intervene on a governmental level, involving the Ministers of Science and Justice, as well as the president of Argentina.
TO THE EDITOR: I am writing in regards to a letter published here on June 21. The letter addresses the issue of UNC professor Paul Frampton, who has been held in an Argentine prison since January after being caught trying to leave that country with 2 kg of cocaine. UNC professors Hugon Karkowski and Mark Williams are asking for donations for professor Frampton, who is no longer receiving his salary from UNC.
*Paul Frampton needs your help, Chapel Hill* TO THE EDITOR: Paul Frampton, a professor in the Physics Department at UNC, has been held in prison in Argentina since January 2012 after 2kg of cocaine were found in one of his bags in the Buenos Aires airport.
Two months after his arrest, UNC professor Paul Frampton is still being held in a high-security Argentine prison, contesting charges of attempting to smuggle cocaine out of the country.
The (Raleigh) News & Observer reported Tuesday that UNC physics professor Paul Frampton is being held in an Argentine jail on charges of attempting to smuggle two kilograms of cocaine.
Trees are a quintessential element of Christmas but thousands of Fraser fir Christmas trees in North Carolina are threatened each year by a root-rotting pest. With North Carolina's Christmas tree business the second largest in the nation various researchers at N.C. State University have committed the years to finding a cure for Phytophthora.
University physicists are refuting the Big Bang theory with a new cosmological model stating that the universe has no beginning or end. The cyclical model, proposed by UNC physics professor Paul Frampton and graduate student Lauris Baum, consists of four parts: expansion, turnaround, contraction and bounce. "It all starts all over again," Frampton said. "It has happened an infinite amount of times and will happen an infinite amount of more times."
MUSICREVIEW My Morning Jacket Okonokos 4 Stars There is a complicated nature to the live album. Many, and likely most, live albums are filler, either intended to capitalize on the success of a previous release (The Fray's Live at the Electric Factory: Bootleg No. 1) or to fulfill a contract quickly and cheaply so the label can drop an artist (Iggy Pop's T.V. Eye 1977 Live). But in some cases, a live album becomes an artist's crowning achievement. Johnny Cash's At Folsom Prison comes to mind. With the live album, Okonokos, My Morning Jacket strives for classic.