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UNC building defaced by anti-Semitic, racist vandalism

A building at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill was vandalized with anti-Semitic symbols after someone unlawfully entered and defaced several offices.

Simulator helps in-demand nursing students prepare during pandemic

The pandemic has hit nursing schools as hard as it has many other businesses. But at a time when nurses are in extremely high demand, the mission to train new healthcare workers is more important than ever.

Duke, UNC study finds low rates of in-school COVID transmission

A report of 11 North Carolina school districts from the beginning of the school year, compiled by a team of researchers at Duke and UNC, found a very low rate of in-school transmission.

Since reopening, 3K North Carolina college students got coronavirus

At least 3,000 college students across North Carolina have tested positive for the coronavirus since schools reopened in early August.

New COVID-19 clusters reported at NC State, UNC-Chapel Hill

N.C. State University says it has found four additional COVID-19 clusters, all linked to fraternities and sororities, while the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is tracking another cluster of infection inside a dormitory.

UNC-Chapel Hill pauses classes to allow students to “catch their breath”

UNC-Chapel Hill will pause its undergraduate classes until Wednesday in an effort to give students a time to "catch their breath" after many transitions in the past week, the university's chancellor said.

NC colleges aren’t providing key COVID data to the public

North Carolina colleges and universities are reopening, with many seeking to learn from the mistakes of UNC-Chapel Hill.

UNCW asks apartment complexes to report students who gather in large groups

Seahawks returned to campus for the first day of classes on Wednesday. Other universities like ECU and UNC Asheville have already suffered COVID 19 outbreaks, and UNC Chapel Hill moved to a totally virtual semester when 130 students tested positive for Coronavirus after one week of classes.

UNC-Chapel Hill undergraduate classes to shift entirely online

Chancellor Kevin M. Guskiewicz announced on Monday that, effective Wednesday, August 19, all undergraduate in-person instruction will shift to remote learning.

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‘Moulin Rouge!’ leads Tonys; ‘The Inheritance’ is best play

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Americans win Ryder Cup in a rout, send Europe a message

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US has enough COVID-19 vaccines for boosters, kids’ shots

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