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Friday September 17th

Rebecca Putterman


Sports

NCAA investigates UNC student-athletes

UNC Athletic Director Dick Baddour has confirmed in a press release that the NCAA has visited the UNC campus to investigate some student-athletes. “I can acknowledge that representatives from the NCAA have been to Chapel Hill to speak with some of our student-athletes.

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Chapel Hill approves $750 tuition increase

At an impromptu UNC-system Board of Governors meeting at 3 p.m. today in Chapel Hill, system schools announced their individual tuition hikes. UNC-Chapel Hill, N.C. State University and the University of North Carolina School of the Arts were the only system schools to go ahead with the maximum increase of $750 allowed by the 2010 appropriations budget signed into law June 30.

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ASU opens nursing program

When Appalachian State University officially opened its College of Health Sciences on July 1, ?the school was fulfilling a vision tauted by the UNC system long before the economic downturn limited the potential for growth.

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14-day hunger strike ends, protest goes to Washington

Viridiana Martinez has known since the age of 12 that she wanted to work in international relations when she grew up. It was only after she graduated high school and her friends started wondering why she wasn’t pursuing that dream in college that she told them the truth — she is an undocumented immigrant. Admitting that taboo fact has become routine for Martinez, who emigrated from Mexico when she was 7 years old.

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