Salma Rezk stepped outside after watching the news of the Boston Marathon bombings, fearful of the stares her hijab would attract.
William Richardson Davie is proving as controversial in death as he was in life. The “founding father” of UNC, who left North Carolina in the early 1800s after losing a Congressional election, could have a statue built in his honor on the University’s campus — but his history as a slave-owner is giving pause to critics.
The UNC-system Board of Governors could soon take a more active role in the leadership of system’s Association of Student Governments if policy changes are approved.
A flurry of voting law proposals bundled into one large bill at the N.C. General Assembly could cost the state extra money and increase wait times for voters, according to election officials.
By James Thorpe Staff Writer An idea being considered by state legislators to consolidate the UNC system’s campuses might not receive the backing of the system’s Board of Governors. After Gov.
Amid continued criticism of the UNC system’s student government organization, three students have expressed interest in leading the group next year.
Voters heading to the polls next November might be forced to take a closer look at their ballots if an N.C. General Assembly bill becomes law.
Students and families nationwide are asking about the value of a college degree — and both UNC and federal officials say they could do more to inform students about post-graduation prospects.
Whether in Washington, D.C., or in the private sector, North Carolina Central University’s new chancellor has always been on the cutting edge of higher education.