The latest skirmishes in the Culture War have resulted in a wash, according to experts reading the field journal of the decades-long battle, Lingua Franca.
UNCW has completed its “needs assessment” for a proposed women’s center there.
In early May, more than 2,000 college students marched from N.C. State University to and through the State Legislative Building to protest a proposed reduction in state appropriations to schools in the University of North Carolina system.
Fully in keeping with the idea of the university as a place to identify real social problems and address them honestly, all three research institutions in North Carolina hosted performances of Eve Ensler’s play “The Vagina Monologues” and taught students to find empowerment in reciting an awkward Latinate term despite rumors of the fearsome social dictate against doing so.
N.C. State Visiting Professor John L. Hubisz works to rid inaccuracies from textbooks, specifically middle-school science textbooks.
The diversity that N.C. State’s Rupert Nacoste seeks is one that understands that a university is a place for the conflict of ideas.
In a contest of crises, the floods of Floyd won out over the underfunding of UNC. Or so it would appear. Certainly the state faced a crisis in the hurricane’s wake. But is the situation facing UNC right now a crisis?
Good morning, nature lovers. Today we’re searching for Academicus timidus, also known as the Elusive Executive Candidate or E.E.C. You probably call it the Eek.
The following is how the Diversity Initiative’s executive summary read as of March 1998.
A university proposes radically restructuring education as a symbolic gesture.