An annual meeting to discuss tobacco control research — typically held on UNC's campus — was forced to relocate to Missouri, thanks to travel bans implemented by other states in response to House Bill 2.
College students nationwide are discovering remedial classes can add up in cost but not credit, according to a recent report.
It's the time of year when everyone's thinking about graduation — and evidently, the BOG Budget and Finance Committee is no exception.
The UNC-system Board of Governors gathered at the historically black Fayetteville State University Thursday for their first committee meetings with President Margaret Spellings in charge.
On Margaret Spellings’ first day in office, hundreds of students and faculty members opted for a less traditional style of education — by walking out of their classes.
North Carolina teachers are again at risk of losing their tenure in a legal battle against the state — but this time, the case is going to the N.C. Supreme Court.
The Charlotte City Council will vote Feb. 22 on an amendment to expand the city’s existing nondiscrimination ordinance to include protections based on gender and sexual orientation.
Members of the UNC-system Board of Governors met Thursday for a leadership retreat designed to re-evaluate dynamics and priorities — though no trust falls were involved.
Twenty-six states, including North Carolina, have formed a coalition to fight President Barack Obama’s new Clean Power Plan — and they’re taking their case to the U.S. Supreme Court.
Duke University is joining more than a hundred universities nationwide to be investigated for mishandling sexual assault cases on campus, according to a Title IX complaint made public this month.
The political correctness movement is sweeping across college campuses, leading some to question whether or not it's gone too far.
The Bernie Sanders campaign refuses to be ignored.