For Taylor Mingos, House Bill 2 revives the same problems his company faced four years ago when same-sex marriage-banning Amendment One was passed.
Since January 2013, former UNC student Jillian Murray has been waiting.
As he was on his way to class Tuesday morning, resident adviser Cj Alfonso found an unexpected blank space in the bulletin board he assembled two days before.
Many Greek members hesitate to talk about their chapter’s LGBTQ policies. Some cite not wanting to impact recruitment. Others don’t want to stir up controversy.
David Makovsky, who worked on Secretary of State John Kerry's negotiating team during recent Israeli-Palestinian peace talks, and Ghaith Al-Omari, who has worked for the Palestinian Authority, spoke at the FedEx Global Education Center Wednesday night.
Dr. Kim Janssen doesn’t do scary movies. She hates watching bad things happen and can’t stand to see someone suffer.
Check out this interactive graphic to see what UNC employees named in the Wainstein report think about it one year later:
The final investigation. That was what the 136-page report on UNC’s academic-athletic scandal by former federal investigator Kenneth Wainstein and his team represented to a University in the midst of a seemingly never-ending scandal.
When geography professor Altha Cravey heard the University is looking for two full-time “orientation/layoff coordinators,” she was shocked.
When Danielle Citron first shared her ideas about regulating online cyberbullying and harassment years ago, she was told she was going to break the internet.