This election season, Twitter has become the political playground for candidates to make their case for the public's vote. But not all Twitter accounts were created equal. Staff writer Hari Chittilla asked UNC students their opinions on how presidential candidates use social media and their lasting impressions.
Office for Civil Rights investigates potential discrimination policies in Wake County Public Schools
The U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights held a meeting with parents of students in Wake County Public Schools last week as part of their investigation of potential discrimination policies within the school district.
Plans for a statue commemorating African Americans on the grounds of the North Carolina Capitol are underway, and the governor's office continues to seek feedback.
By Hari Chittilla Staff Writer North Carolina archaeologists may soon be making a new addition to the history of Civil War maritime warfare. Researchers recently discovered what appears to be wreckage from a Confederate blockade runner.
An upcoming decision from the National Labor Relations Board might grant graduate assistants the same rights as employees — if they attend a private university.
North Carolina’s State Health Plan does not seem to be losing any of its benefits — for now.
Picture the first day of class.
Colleges are constantly trying to combat binge drinking, but the president of Iowa State University might win the prize for most creative.
UNC-system President-elect Margaret Spellings has a lot of ground to cover before she takes her post March 1.
Pundits and analysts might have a hard time analyzing polls, but for six of the past seven presidential elections, the Nickelodeon kids vote has accurately predicted the winner.
It took Americans almost four years to learn how to pronounce John Boehner's last name — just in time for him to resign as speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives.