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Women and men gathered Monday for the annual "She Rocks" luncheon. Wilmington warriors dressed in teal to join the support the fight at the Wilmington Convention Center.
Officials say coverings have been found on smoke alarms at a fraternity house and that five University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill fraternity members have been charged.
A University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill hearings panel has dismissed an honor court case against a graduate student who colored a Confederate statue on campus with ink and blood.
UNC-Chapel Hill interim Chancellor Kevin M. Guskiewicz was faced with a question about controversy immediately during his introductory press conference on Thursday.
Former Gov. Pat McCrory and ex-U.S. Rep. Mike McIntyre will be teaching about politics and leadership starting next month at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
The last remnants of a Confederate statue were removed from North Carolina's flagship public university early Tuesday at the request of UNC-Chapel Hill Chancellor Carol Folt.
The chancellor of North Carolina's flagship public university says the school will remove the pedestal where a Confederate statue stood until protesters tore it down.
An honor court at North Carolina's flagship public university directed a graduate student who poured red ink and her own blood on a Confederate monument on campus to perform community service and gave her a warning letter.
UNC Chancellor Carol Folt said in a conference call with members of the media Friday that a "clear path" is in place to move the now-toppled Silent Sam statue from the spot where it stood on the Chapel Hill campus for 113 years.