When top officials from the Obama administration tour the country to raise awareness of campus sexual assault, North Carolina is the first stop on the list.
DURHAM — When reporters ask Gloria Steinem what she’s most proud of in her lifetime of feminist advocacy and fighting for social change, she says she hasn’t done it yet.
When UNC-CH students pay next year’s tuition bill, nearly a quarter of the check will go toward subsidizing other students’ education.
After a year of tension between student activists and the UNC-system Board of Governors, the board will gather today for its final meeting of the school year.
When members of the UNC-system Board of Governors sit down in meetings today and Friday, they’ll have reviewed hundreds of pages of materials.
When N.C. State University Student Body President Alex Parker was sworn in this weekend as next year’s president of the UNC-system Association of Student Governments, he knew the difficulty of the task ahead of him.
Giant anti-abortion posters lined the quad Monday — but across campus, donors were gathered to support pro-abortion rights candidates. Lillian’s List, a North Carolina group that financially supports progressive female candidates, held its campaign kickoff luncheon Monday in the Carolina Club of the Alumni Center.
Amid lawsuits and academic scandals, now is a critical moment for college athletics, according to leaders from the Knight Commission on Intercollegiate Athletics.
This week marks Sunshine Week in North Carolina, a week devoted to promoting open government.
After State Budget Director Art Pope called the UNC system’s budget request “not realistic,” system leaders shaved $74 million off their request, in the form of money for new construction projects. Charlie Perusse, the system’s chief operating officer, said system leaders met with the state budget office last week to discuss Pope’s concerns.
The View from the Hill broke down the 2014 State of the Union address. Weigh in on the discussion in the comments.
The government shutdown — now in its third day — has spurred a heated debate from most members of Congress. And now it is working its way into 2014 campaigns.
As the government shutdown drags on for the second day, North Carolina is feeling the effects as federal agencies in the state furlough workers, and research universities brace for an impact to research. But what have North Carolina’s U.S. Congressmen and Senators said about the shutdown?
Clinton takes responsibility for attacks in Libya Secretary of State Hillary Clinton told CNN that she was responsible for the security of American diplomats — not the president.
TOP STORY — Sandusky receives at least 30 years Ex-Penn State assistant coach Jerry Sandusky was convicted Tuesday of sexually abusing young boys for more than convicted. From the Washington Post: “Judge John M.
N.C. gubernatorial candidates to face off Wednesday before presidential debate Wednesday is what everyone’s been waiting for — the presidential debate.
TOP STORY — Romney’s campaign faces another distraction In a video leaked to the press, Mitt Romney made several “off the cuff” remarks about 47% of the nation’s “dependence” on government.
TOP STORY — The 11th Anniversary of Sept. 11 The national ceremonies of remembrance are more subdued this year, the AP reports. Although the country still remembers, some say the tenth anniversary marked an “emotional turning point” for the country. STATE STORY — Cameron Village homicide victim identified Raleigh police think Kathleen Bertrand was shot and killed by her husband, Christopher Bertrand, who also shot and killed himself.
TOP STORY — Republican National Convention kicks off today Look out for Gov. Chris Christie and House Speaker John Boehner “today”: http://wapo.st/RUYWfI . But the most important speech is said to be Ann Romney’s, as Romney advisers struggle to humanize Mitt Romney for voters, Politico “reports”: http://politi.co/SNjrs9 . President Obama’s Dilemma Obama is kicking off a series of aggressive campaign ads to coincide with the RNC.
As the UNC College Republicans gather at the Top of the Hill to watch the election results roll in members of the College Republicans are confident that the Republican party will gain control of the house and acquire more seats in the Senate. Marc Seelinger, the executive vice chairman of the College Republicans at UNC, said he is not expecting a majority in the Senate but feels that more Republican votes will make the Democrats consider both sides.