Last month, Congress passed and the President signed into law H.R. 1 – originally the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act – amending the 1986 tax code, with promises of large economic growth and increased personal wealth.
A proposed U.S. House bill by the Committee on Education and the Workforce could bring sweeping reform to higher education policy.
E15 gasoline’s cleaner emissions and lower cost have led to increased attention in recent years, yet many facts about the fuel aren't widely known by the public.
For the past month and a half, Appalachian State University has hosted 21 international educators in a program designed to improve their teaching skills in science and English, the University said in a press release Oct. 5.
A new report by New America has found that colleges are accepting fewer low-income students than they were 20 years ago.
Fayetteville State University will receive $8.2 million over the next seven years for Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Programs.
In the wake of UNC's decision not to allow white nationalist organizer Richard Spencer to rent space on campus on the basis of concerns about campus safety, a national survey found only 1 percent of students would consider disrupting speakers violently.
On Thursday night dozens of animals were flown from Puerto Rico to Raleigh-Durham International Airport, where they were divided up among various rescue groups to be taken to their respective shelters to find new homes.
On Sept. 24, President Donald Trump announced an executive order placing new travel restrictions on eight countries: Iran, Libya, Somalia, Syria, Chad, Venezuela, Yemen and North Korea. Isaac Unah, a Political Science professor at UNC, has research and teaching interests in judicial institutions, public policy and bureaucratic behavior. Staff writer Blake Weaver asked Unah about the new executive order.