Danielle Chemtob

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Front row, left to right: Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Associate Justice Anthony M. Kennedy, Chief Justice John G. Roberts, Jr., Associate Justice Clarence Thomas, Associate Justice Stephen G. Breyer. Back row: Associate Justice Elena Kagan, Associate Justice Samuel A. Alito, Jr., Associate Justice Sonia Sotomayor, Associate Justice Neil M. Gorsuch. Photo courtesy of Franz Jantzen, Collection of the Supreme Court of the United States

These three Supreme Court cases could affect North Carolinians

The cases being considered in the U.S. Supreme Court this term are set to have major ramifications for political representation, constitutional rights and anti-discrimination laws across the country.  The court’s calendar, which began in October, is packed with high-profile cases — addressing a range of issues from the constitutionality of political gerrymandering to Fourth Amendment rights. 


The UNC Board of Governors is nearing completion on its strategic five-year plan for the UNC-System.

BOG moves forward on plan to refocus UNC system on five major themes

Soon after UNC-system President Margaret Spellings officially took office, the Boston Consulting Group reported that many felt the system lacked a strategic focus in a study of the UNC system — including administration, faculty, staff and students. This report coincided with the early planning sessions of a new five-year strategic plan for the system. After months of meetings and community forums the UNC-system Board of Governors drafted five themes for the new plan — access, affordability and efficiency, student success, economic impact and community engagement, and excellent and diverse institutions.


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Students from UNC-Chapel Hill, UNC-Asheville, Appalachian State University and North Carolina A&T gathered Friday morning during the Board of Governor's monthly meeting to criticize the UNC system’s appointment of Margaret Spellings, its inaction on House Bill 2 and its decreased funding for HBCUs.

Students from UNC-Chapel Hill, UNC-Asheville, Appalachian State University and North Carolina A&T gathered Friday morning during the Board of Governor's monthly meeting to criticize the UNC system’s appointment of Margaret Spellings, its inaction on House Bill 2 and its decreased funding for HBCUs.


Students from UNC-Chapel Hill, UNC-Asheville, Appalachian State University and North Carolina A&T gathered Friday morning during the Board of Governor's monthly meeting to criticize the UNC system’s appointment of Margaret Spellings, its inaction on House Bill 2 and its decreased funding for HBCUs.

Students from UNC-Chapel Hill, UNC-Asheville, Appalachian State University and North Carolina A&T gathered Friday morning during the Board of Governor's monthly meeting to criticize the UNC system’s appointment of Margaret Spellings, its inaction on House Bill 2 and its decreased funding for HBCUs.