After a faculty call for academic freedom brought more attention to the cancellation of history professor Jay Smith’s big-time college sports class, emails from 2016 show the class drew controversy from the beginning.
History faculty say cancellation of Jay Smith's big-time college sports course violated academic freedom
More than 40 members of the history department objected to administrative interference in Professor Jay Smith’s History 383 course on the history of big-time college sports and the rights of athletes in an open statement sent to the deans of the College of Arts and Sciences Friday.
Terry Watson, a former Georgia sports agent who provided UNC football players with improper benefits, pleaded guilty to violating state law at the Orange County Courthouse Monday.
Researchers in the UNC School of Medicine have linked an orphan receptor with opioid-induced itching.
Students saw chalk messages — including things like “#triggered Trump wins,” “veganism is wrong” and “we rule” — around campus Sunday morning.
UNC scientists found a group of proteins in tardigrades — a microscopic organism that can survive extended periods of time with no water — that help their amazing survival feats.
Ted Conover is the Frank B. Hanes Writer in Residence. He is offering a reading tomorrow in Genome Sciences Auditorium at 7:30.
UNC history professor Jay Smith suspects external involvement in removal of his college athletics class
At the end of the fall 2016 semester, the history department made the decision to remove History 383 — a class that explores the history of college athletics and the rights of college athletes — from the course listings for the upcoming spring semester.
Residents in Joyner Residence Hall woke up early Thursday morning because of a fire alarm caused by a leaking pipe in the basement.
The Student Fee Audit Committee discussed how the proposed split in student government will affect the budget and student fees in a meeting with the Student Activities Fund Office Thursday afternoon