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To say that the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has experienced racial tensions in the last few years would be an understatement.
To say that the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has experienced racial tensions in the last few years would be an understatement.
 
In the spring of 2019, three professors at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill conducted a study to understand free speech and constructive dialogue on campus.
In the spring of 2019, three professors at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill conducted a study to understand free speech and constructive dialogue on campus.
 
Three former Governors, who led our state for 28 years, took center stage at Memorial Hall on the UNC Chapel Hill campus last week. Sponsored by the UNC Institute of Politics, the 80 minutes was historical, insightful and time well spent.
Three former Governors, who led our state for 28 years, took center stage at Memorial Hall on the UNC Chapel Hill campus last week. Sponsored by the UNC Institute of Politics, the 80 minutes was historical, insightful and time well spent.
 
Although the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's former chancellor, Carol Folt, will mostly be remembered for the numerous scandals and years-long protests on campus during her tenure, she also leaves behind other less-publicized, but still controversial, projects
Although the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's former chancellor, Carol Folt, will mostly be remembered for the numerous scandals and years-long protests on campus during her tenure, she also leaves behind other less-publicized, but still controversial, projects
 
UNC's new interim president presented a welcome address Jan. 25 to the UNC Board of Governors, setting the tone for new leadership in the departure of former President Margaret Spellings.
UNC's new interim president presented a welcome address Jan. 25 to the UNC Board of Governors, setting the tone for new leadership in the departure of former President Margaret Spellings.
 
The saga of Silent Sam will continue into 2019
 
The proper term for the actions of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill graduate student assistants and instructors threatening to withhold grades unless Silent Sam—a statue of a Confederate soldier who was pulled off his pedestal by a mob of activists in August—is removed from campus
The proper term for the actions of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill graduate student assistants and instructors threatening to withhold grades unless Silent Sam—a statue of a Confederate soldier who was pulled off his pedestal by a mob of activists in August—is removed from campus
 
At least 79 teacher assistants and instructors at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill are threatening to withhold grades unless their demands in the Silent Sam controversy are met, local activists say
At least 79 teacher assistants and instructors at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill are threatening to withhold grades unless their demands in the Silent Sam controversy are met, local activists say
 
In response to the toppling in August of the Confederate Monument at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chancellor Carol Folt and other UNC leaders have proposed a controversial solution: a new $5.3 million building on campus that will cost $800,000 a year to operate
In response to the toppling in August of the Confederate Monument at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chancellor Carol Folt and other UNC leaders have proposed a controversial solution: a new $5.3 million building on campus that will cost $800,000 a year to operate
 
Silent Sam - the controversial Confederate statue that formerly stood on UNC Chapel Hill's campus - may turn into a rallying election issue for liberal activists, a member of the University of North Carolina Board of Governors told Carolina Journal.
Silent Sam - the controversial Confederate statue that formerly stood on UNC Chapel Hill's campus - may turn into a rallying election issue for liberal activists, a member of the University of North Carolina Board of Governors told Carolina Journal.
 
After a historic protest that ended in the illegal takedown of Silent Sam, a Confederate statue at UNC-Chapel Hill, the university faces tough inquiries about campus security and law enforcement
After a historic protest that ended in the illegal takedown of Silent Sam, a Confederate statue at UNC-Chapel Hill, the university faces tough inquiries about campus security and law enforcement
 
Silent Sam, the statue of a weary, stoic Confederate Army foot soldier, came crashing down Monday night, pulled down from his post at the edge of the UNC-Chapel Hill campus by a howling mob of protesters.
Silent Sam, the statue of a weary, stoic Confederate Army foot soldier, came crashing down Monday night, pulled down from his post at the edge of the UNC-Chapel Hill campus by a howling mob of protesters.
 
Politicians tell people what they want to hear. Leaders tell people what they need to hear, even if they don't want to listen
Politicians tell people what they want to hear. Leaders tell people what they need to hear, even if they don't want to listen
 
The Board of Trustees for UNC-Chapel Hill will make suggestions by Nov. 15 about what to do with Silent Sam, the campus’s controversial Confederate statue torn down by protesters, members of the university system’s Board of Governors say
The Board of Trustees for UNC-Chapel Hill will make suggestions by Nov. 15 about what to do with Silent Sam, the campus’s controversial Confederate statue torn down by protesters, members of the university system’s Board of Governors say
 
Faculty leaders at the University of North Carolina's flagship campus recently signed a resolution supporting First Amendment rights
Faculty leaders at the University of North Carolina's flagship campus recently signed a resolution supporting First Amendment rights
 
"You ain't from around here, are you?" This question may not be grammatically correct but it is an increasingly accurate observation about our state. According to the Carolina Population Center
"You ain't from around here, are you?" This question may not be grammatically correct but it is an increasingly accurate observation about our state. According to the Carolina Population Center
 
Today’s protest-ridden climate on college campuses might lead one to suspect that they are hotbeds of political disruption controlled by social justice
Today’s protest-ridden climate on college campuses might lead one to suspect that they are hotbeds of political disruption controlled by social justice
 
UNC-Chapel Hill's infamous athletics-academic scandal has officially been swept under the rug
UNC-Chapel Hill's infamous athletics-academic scandal has officially been swept under the rug
 
Pfizer Inc., one of the world's premier biopharmaceutical companies, has selected Lee County for a new expansion of its manufacturing facilities as the company prepares to produce new gene therapy medicines
Pfizer Inc., one of the world's premier biopharmaceutical companies, has selected Lee County for a new expansion of its manufacturing facilities as the company prepares to produce new gene therapy medicines
 
During my time at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where I graduated this spring, many of my peers and professors seemed to genuinely care about the free exchange of ideas, students were often pushed to explore all sides of an issue, and analysis of factual evidence was usually a key
During my time at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where I graduated this spring, many of my peers and professors seemed to genuinely care about the free exchange of ideas, students were often pushed to explore all sides of an issue, and analysis of factual evidence was usually a key
 
Christina Hoff Sommers, also known as YouTube's "Factual Feminist," spoke last Wednesday at UNC Chapel Hill
Christina Hoff Sommers, also known as YouTube's "Factual Feminist," spoke last Wednesday at UNC Chapel Hill
 
University of North Carolina system officials apparently need a refresher course on the First Amendment
University of North Carolina system officials apparently need a refresher course on the First Amendment
 
If you're a Conservative or Republican there's a lot to like in the state budget.
If you're a Conservative or Republican there's a lot to like in the state budget.
 
East Carolina University continues to lead the state in the percentage of medical graduates training in or practicing primary care five years after completing school, according to a report presented this month to the state university system
East Carolina University continues to lead the state in the percentage of medical graduates training in or practicing primary care five years after completing school, according to a report presented this month to the state university system
 
In the past two decades, North Carolina higher education leaders have tried to address problems related to college athletics.
In the past two decades, North Carolina higher education leaders have tried to address problems related to college athletics.
 
I am about to begin my freshman year at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and I recently attended college orientation.
I am about to begin my freshman year at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and I recently attended college orientation.
 
A few weeks ago I went camping with some fellow members of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's Young Americans for Liberty chapter
A few weeks ago I went camping with some fellow members of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's Young Americans for Liberty chapter
 
The big story in 2016 will be the March 15th Primaries and November 8th General Elections, campaigns that promise to be loud, negative and ugly.
The big story in 2016 will be the March 15th Primaries and November 8th General Elections, campaigns that promise to be loud, negative and ugly.
 
This phenomenon has been spreading across the country - from campus to campus - whipping up a liberal frenzy just in time for election season. The developments have me drawing comparisons to George Orwell's classic "Animal Farm''.
This phenomenon has been spreading across the country - from campus to campus - whipping up a liberal frenzy just in time for election season. The developments have me drawing comparisons to George Orwell's classic "Animal Farm''.
 
In recollecting 2015, I remember legendary CBS Newsman Walter Cronkite, who closed each evening's newscast by saying,
In recollecting 2015, I remember legendary CBS Newsman Walter Cronkite, who closed each evening's newscast by saying,
 
When my grandfather was president of Campbell College I remember his stories of students who paid tuitions with hams, cabbages or produce from their family's farm.
When my grandfather was president of Campbell College I remember his stories of students who paid tuitions with hams, cabbages or produce from their family's farm.
 
Partly as a result of these experiences I read with interest a recent article the The Chronicle Of Higher Education (arguably the most read publication related to higher education news).
Partly as a result of these experiences I read with interest a recent article the The Chronicle Of Higher Education (arguably the most read publication related to higher education news).
 
UNC system President Tom Ross said on Monday that the administration would look at ways to effect more efficiencies, but added he didn't think closing any...
UNC system President Tom Ross said on Monday that the administration would look at ways to effect more efficiencies, but added he didn't think closing any...
 
When commentator John Stossel was at ABC News, he said that talking to his colleagues about their bias was like talking to fish about water--"What water? It's just...
When commentator John Stossel was at ABC News, he said that talking to his colleagues about their bias was like talking to fish about water--"What water? It's just...
 
We hope that Santa came to your house this year and gave you what you wanted. We at the Pope Center are still hoping for our wish list to be fulfilled--but we have high hopes for the New Year.
We hope that Santa came to your house this year and gave you what you wanted. We at the Pope Center are still hoping for our wish list to be fulfilled--but we have high hopes for the New Year.
 
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