The campaigns for the state’s gubernatorial office are beginning to heat up ahead of the May 8 primary.
Ben Keilman wanted to do something different after graduating from UNC last spring. He is running for the Republican nomination in District 118 of the N.C. House of Representatives.
In addition to overall budget cuts, the bond that has been sustaining construction and renovation projects at UNC for a decade has expired, causing delays in projects across the UNC system.
In 2005, Johnston County was pinpointed by several national news organizations as a site that provided planes used for torture flights.
N.C. Gov. Bev Perdue is already trailing in the polls as the next month’s filing deadline for the state gubernatorial race approaches.
Having your birthday party sponsored by outside companies isn’t just for celebrities anymore.
A new public education plan intended to make it easier for high school students to take community college classes will not cost any money for the students or the state.
Applicants to UNC’s business school might have their Facebook profiles browsed by unlikely visitors — admissions officers. Kaplan Test Prep released a study last week documenting admissions officers’ use of Google and Facebook to evaluate applicants.
The governing body of the UNC system is giving universities more leeway in how they handle outside offers for their faculty.
The four-year graduation rate has remained static at UNC-system schools in the most recent data available, with 34.9 percent of students graduating within four years in 2004. But after absorbing a state funding reduction of 15.6 percent — or $414 million —this year, university administrators say budget cuts might begin to noticeably affect students’ ability to graduate on time.