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N.C. Attorney General Roy Cooper declined Gov. Pat McCrory’s request to sign a friend-of-the-court brief in a district case regarding transgender bathrooms in public schools last week.
Five of North Carolina’s 14 democratic superdelegates have spoken out about who they’d prefer for the democratic nominee, all in support of Hillary Clinton.
Instead of getting a complete list of steps to fix educational opportunity gaps, students who attended Robyn Fehrman's lecture Tuesday night were introduced to the intrinsic complexities of creating a better educational system.
After China announced a proposal last week to allow two children per couple, it dismantled its longstanding and controversial one-child policy — which has been in place since the 1980s.
A federal judge refused to dismiss challenges to North Carolina’s Voter ID law during a court hearing on Friday, and set a new tentative hearing for Jan. 16. The N.C. General Assembly passed the law two years ago, requiring voters to have photo ID when voting in-person. It would go into effect in 2016, possibly influencing the upcoming presidential primaries.
The N.C. State Fair — historically a bucket list item for students at UNC — returns Thursday boasting homegrown music acts, peanut butter and jelly chicken wings and a new mascot.
Over 350 American universities and colleges have already committed to the Generation Study Abroad initiative and the number is growing—but UNC-CH has not.
By Lobke van Meijel Staff Writer North Carolina became the fourth state to reach 1 gigawatt of installed solar energy power last week, thereby leading the American South-East in providing clean energy to customers. “I think its a very significant milestone” said Steve Well, Policy Research Associate for the UNC Institute for the Environment.
Following a tense week for Muslim-Americans, Ben Carson, neurosurgeon-turned-Republican primary presidential candidate, announced he would not agree with a Muslim becoming the commander-in-chief.