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North Carolina has its fair share of HBCUs, each with unique personalities. However, these schools face financial difficulty, and the government wants to step in to help.
U.S. Rep. Mark Walker, R-N.C., is an organizer of annual meetings between legislators and historically black college and university leaders. Staff writer Michael Meeks spoke with Walker about his work with HBCUs, as well as future plans for higher education.
Following a grant, Winston-Salem State University's Rams Know H.O.W. Mobile Clinic is now offering extended hours and more services.
With UNC still barred from litigation by the UNC Board of Governors, Duke Law School plans to open a First Amendment Clinic, which will give free legal representation.
Preserving the old to celebrate the new. Elizabeth City State University plans to create an African-American Heritage Center on campus from a building steeped in history and culture.
A system-wide study presented to the UNC-system BOG reveals disparities between UNC-system schools' diversity and equal opportunity programs and policies. The study looked at efficiency, effectiveness and transparency and found that there was little system-wide uniformity in the way equal opportunity and diversity inclusion services are designed, implemented and tracked.
A new bipartisan bill in the U.S. Senate would give HBCUs in North Carolina more financial flexibility.
A North Carolina community college eliminated D's from its grading scale.
Minority students, older students and former military students from NCCU that have contributed for years will now see increased opportunities as official members of TUNL.
N.C. State students take an unusual approach to their solar vehicle competition, astronaut Christina Koch keeps busy as she awaits her first mission, and an ECU professor combines economics, farming and the environment.
The American Association of State Colleges and Universities named sexual assault, campus free speech and DACA students among the top 10 higher education policy issues for 2018.
A Winston-Salem State University student was shot and killed at Wake Forest University on Jan. 20 following an alleged altercation at an on-campus venue.
The tour, which will take place at various universities across the state, will focus on student issues like student loans, sexual assault and substance misuse.
The University of North Carolina System is launching a new logo and idenity, along with two new initiatives.
When Alexander Smith peered through the plexiglass window of his jail cell into his father’s eyes, he saw the destruction he’d caused. Smith’s addiction to opioids – from prescription pills to heroin – had pained his father for years.
Smith finally felt that pain for himself.
But his moment of reckoning was gone as soon as he got into the car with his father, who bailed him out. Smith reached for his phone to find the nearest dealer. The addiction had taken over again, and he was powerless.
N.C. Central University's School of Law is under threat of losing its accreditation after examination by the American Bar Association.
Although a December study by the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education ranked North Carolina as best in the nation for campus free speech, debate continues over the controversial free speech policy adopted by the UNC Board of Governors on Dec. 15.
After the September 2017 UNC Board of Governors vote that banned the UNC Center for Civil Rights from litigating and the abrupt termination of employees Elizabeth Haddix and Mark Dorosin amid the Center's shutdown, the two have continued their work through the newly founded Julius L. Chambers Center for Civil Rights.
UNC system students and faculty can now be punished for "substantially (disrupting) the functioning of the constituent institution or substantially (interfering) with the protected free expression rights of others."
American Historically Black Colleges and Universities contribute $14.8 billion to the U.S. economy, according to a new study.
This past September, the UNC Board of Governors voted to ban litigation work done by the UNC School of Law’s Center for Civil Rights — which provided pro bono work to low-income communities — on the belief that this should not be the center’s focus.