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Patricia Matthew, associate professor of English at Montclair State University and author of the recently published book "Written/Unwritten," visited Chapel Hill on Tuesday to host a lecture on “Diversity in the Public Arena.” The lecture, hosted by the UNC Institute for the Arts and Humanities, was driven by the content of Matthew’s book and addressed the need for diversity and inclusion in university communities, particularly for faculty who are persons of color.
As the political climate in both the country and the University becomes more volatile, UNC students are continuing sight for their beliefs and make their voices heard. Last night a group of UNC students, bound by nothing except a common school and a passion for the rights of undocumented Americans, held a panel to discuss the consequences of the Trump administration’s decision to end DACA.
First-year Sam Gomez Olvera remembers seeing the fear in his father’s eyes.
The annual North Carolina public schools accountability report was released Thursday — prompting discussions about how the education system should move forward.
After months of protest and debate, the UNC Board of Governors voted to ban litigation at all UNC-system academic centers Friday.
East Carolina University’s new look is due in part to Chancellor Cecil Staton – and the university’s growing national acclaim.
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On Saturday afternoon, the Senior Pastor of University United Methodist Church Justin Coleman began his New Testament reading for the memorial service of Paul Hardin III, the seventh chancellor of UNC with the following verses from the Book of Romans:
Charlotte School of Law has until Aug. 1 to prove financial stability and a more rigorous academic program to the UNC Board of Governors or the school will lose its license, UNC System President Margaret Spellings and UNC Board of Governors decided Wedensday.
The Department of Education published a proposal stating they will select one servicing company to collect all student debts on May 19.
If a new bill passes in the N.C. General Assembly, public universities could be required to impose sanctions on protestors who disrupt events or prevent others from exercising free speech rights.
New York will be the first state to offer free college tuition to students after state Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed legislation Wednesday.
Low-income black students are far more likely to graduate high school and consider a college education if they have had black elementary school teachers, a new study finds.
The Donald Trump administration took steps to shift policy in the Department of Education this month — proposing a $9 billion cut in federal spending and increasing state autonomy over education standards.President Donald Trump’s budget proposal shifts money into school choice programs and decreases funding for need-based college scholarships.
Between Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos’ comments and an executive order issued Feb. 28, historically black colleges and universities are in the national spotlight.
UNC-Wilmington criminology professor Mike Adams argued that speech codes on college campuses don't do what some students think they do.
President Donald Trump addressed a joint session of Congress in his first major speech since the inauguration Tuesday night. Here are some of his main talking points.
Gov. Roy Cooper announced Monday his plan to take steps to increase average teacher pay without raising taxes.
Yale University’s board of trustees announced Feb. 11 that it would change the name of one of its undergraduate residential colleges, Calhoun College, to Hopper College — after a long debate over John C. Calhoun’s ties to white supremacy.