Amid controversy surrounding the University’s handling of sexual assault cases, state legislators have proposed a bill that could conflict with UNC’s student-run Honor Court’s mission.
A bill introduced last week in the N.C. General Assembly aims to change the way lobbyists are treated in state politics.
The UNC system aims to raise the number of university graduates in the state — by reaching out to former students who have some college credit, but no degree.
Every week Abbi Tenaglia visits Emma’s Home, a restoration and rehabilitation house she founded that hosts girls who are victims of what is often an unseen crime in North Carolina — sex trafficking.
To the frustration of Charlotte Mayor Anthony Foxx and other city residents, former Charlotte mayor and current Gov. Pat McCrory isn’t giving his hometown any special treatment.
A recent federal court ruling has reignited a long-standing debate about whether athletes in high-revenue college sports — including those at UNC — should be paid.
With prescription drug use increasing nationwide and across North Carolina, state advocates and legislators are redoubling efforts to curb abuse among all state residents — including students.
While athletic budgets continue to expand and other resources for universities shrink, the disparity between athletic and academic spending has only further emboldened critics of big-time athletics.
While law school graduates nationwide are facing dim employment prospects as the recession lingers, many newly minted alumni of UNC’s School of Law are escaping this trend.
With one month left in office, Gov. Bev Perdue is pushing for a last-minute judicial appointment — but she is once again facing opposition from the Republican leaders with whom she battled throughout her term.