Shaw University Professor Lloyd Williams is trying to bring diversity into computer science — an industry disproportionately dominated by white or Asian-American men. He’s doing so by bringing innovation to the classroom at Shaw University, a historically black college in Raleigh. Staff Writer Ryan Smoot asked Williams about how he is trying to change perceptions of programming.
St. Gregory’s University — a small, private, Catholic institution in Oklahoma — announced last week its plans to suspend all operations after the fall 2017 semester due to financial troubles.
Directors of prison education initiatives across the nation are finding that many of their formerly incarcerated students, despite individual merit, are being barred from entry to institutions of higher education.
Purple pens and coin tosses: NC politicians can win elections by slim margins, according to new study
In cities across North Carolina, one vote can decide an entire election, according to a new study published by Democracy North Carolina.
Reforms of campus free-speech policies have occurred across the nation — resulting in major implications for typically outspoken faculty and staff.
An increasing number of cities across the state and nation have decided to adopt a new holiday honoring Native Americans on Oct. 9th.
U.S. Rep. Robert Pittenger, R-N.C., attained a congressional hearing for The Lumbee Recognition Act, a bill that will fully federally recognize the Native American tribe located in southeastern North Carolina.
North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper said Thursday he will veto legislation that would have funded local efforts to research and remove the chemical GenX from the Cape Fear River.
One thousand acres of land on North Carolina's coast has become protected as a "natural area" after artifacts possibly related to the Lost Colony were found.