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All-Star ice hockey game comes to Raleigh

A hurricane of ice hockey fans will be heading to North Carolina this weekend to watch their favorite team players compete. The 58th National Hockey League All-Star Game will be taking place at the RBC center at 4 p.m. Sunday.

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NC State graduate concludes White House internship

For many students, working in the White House is a distant dream — but that’s not the case for one N.C. State University graduate. Anup Engineer, who graduated in May, has been working for President Barack Obama’s administration since September. His internship ends this month.

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NCCU newspapers go missing

Hundreds of copies of the N.C. Central University student newspaper have been found either moved without permission or trashed. After Campus Echo, the student-led newspaper, released two controversial stories in October and November, there were several incidences of illicit moving and trashing of copies in bulk.

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ECU considers gazebos to enforce smoking ban

East Carolina University’s Student Government is considering a proposal to decrease student smoking violations on campus. At a recent meeting, students proposed building gazebos on the university’s campus in an effort to encourage students to smoke in designated areas only.

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Burr wins re-election handily

Sen. Richard Burr has won re-election to his seat, defeating N.C. Secretary of State Elaine Marshall. Burr is leading Marshall with 55 percent of the vote to her 42 percent with 93 of 100 counties reporting.

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WSSU official sends partisan mass e-mails

A politically partisan e-mail that wound up in the inboxes of Winston-Salem State University’s students and staff is causing tension between the university and the Republican Party. The university’s Interim Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Michelle Releford forwarded an e-mail to the entire university community as per a student’s request — without noticing its political affiliation.

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