Concerns have abounded in the past about the safety of long-term birth control, but a new study shows that more teenagers are choosing this method and that it’s helping combat teen pregnancy.
Competition and rivalry aside, universities across North Carolina came together on Monday to stand in solidarity against sexual assault as part of a statewide day of action.
Tenured professors at UNC teach an average of 2.5 courses per semester — but a new proposal in the N.C. General Assembly could require all UNC-system faculty to teach significantly more.
Gun supporters and gun protesters alike have almost unanimously come together to draw the line over one aspect of the debate: that people should be required to obtain a permit in order to carry a concealed weapon.
While most seniors graduating this spring are planning their futures in different regions across the country, one student at Duke University hopes to be planning hers on Mars.
A secular group sued the N.C. Department of Public Safety on Thursday on behalf of an inmate who practices humanism and alleges that he isn’t allowed to have the same study group opportunities afforded to religious groups.
East Carolina University’s Brody School of Medicine isn’t likely to close in the next five years as ECU’s chancellor remarked in early February — but financial hardships remain a problem for the school as budget cuts pile up.
UNC-Charlotte is holding a conference aimed at assisting veterans with the transition back into civilian life on Feb. 24.
All eyes are on Ukraine and Russia as the countries begin to show signs of a relapse into fighting. With the United States sending support to Ukraine, and Russia sending soldiers to the pro-Russian forces in Ukraine, many fear the tension between the two countries might never have improved to begin with.