The University of North Carolina looked for newspapers in America and had a hard time finding them.
Topic: University of North Carolina
For years the word truth was usually preceded by the definite article. Now, at least politically and academically–and they often overlap, it is getting other modifiers.
Students at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill are planning to rally to show solidarity with a fellow student, who was arrested for vandalizing the Confederate statue known as “Silent Sam” that resides on-campus.
University of North Carolina’s Black Congress issued a set of demands after the student newspaper unearthed social media comments by the student body president, which were made years ago and were offensive in nature.
The state of North Carolina spends up to $17 million at its universities per year for diversity efforts, but a study did not recommend slashing this part of the budget.
It seems that the University of North Carolina under the stewardship of former Republican U. S. Secretary of Education (DOE) Margaret Spellings is developing a reputation for competence reminiscent of her tenure at DOE.
A 10-week semester course at the University of North Carolina will discuss the problems with masculinity.
Students at UNC-Chapel Hill claimed that the Silent Sam statue, a statue commemorating alumni who served in the Confederate army, violated the Civil Rights Act for creating a hostile environment.
Protesters demanded that UNC remove its ‘Silent Sam’ statue from its campus, which memorializes the university’s students who fought for the Confederacy in the American Civil War.
A ‘Black Lives Matter’ themed vandalism incident defaced the “Silent Sam” monument at the University of North Carolina and the university is investigating it.