6/3/2017 10:26am

NC House preserves law school funding

The NC House of Representatives took out a spending proposed by the Senate cut to slash UNC’s Law School’s funding by 30 percent. However, the North Carolina General Assembly budget is not finalized.

5/17/2017 10:03pm

Supreme Court Struck Down NC Voter ID Law Appeal

The U.S. Supreme Court Monday denied N.C. Republican legislators' appeal to review the 2013 voter ID law. The ruling the lower court made last summer, which struck down the law because it disproportionately affected African Americans’ ability to vote in the state, will stand.

5/16/2017 11:29pm

A UNC student holds three sexual education pamphlets in front of the Old Well in the Upper Quad on Tuesday.

Little time spent on sex ed in NC classes

North Carolina is one of just 18 states that require public schools to teach information about contraception — and one of only 13 states that require that information taught about STIs and sex to be factually accurate. 

4/21/2017 1:01am

Khzir Khan, father of a Muslim American soldier and speaker at the Democratic National Convention spoke at Duke University Thursday about his experience in the election cycle.

Khizr Khan visits Duke's campus

Inclusive globalism and a strong faith in personal values provided by equal protection and equal liberty — this is what Khizr Khan encouraged at a lecture at Duke University on Thursday.