The #MeToo movement has empowered women to speak out about bad behavior, but nothing is ever going to change if we must continue to defend ourselves against arguments of “boys will be boys.”
ECU Chancellor Cecil Staton wants his school to be America's next great national university. Some are more concerned about the football team.
Duke University's faculty is concerned about one-and-done college basketball players. The Blue Devils should stop recruiting and admitting such athletes.
When it comes to growth, the Triangle is in serious condition.
The student newspaper at UNC-Chapel Hill, which just celebrated its 125th anniversary, has serious financial problems.
The Democratic ranks of candidates have swelled to include a candidate in every one General Assembly race. Republicans scrambled to meet the wave by putting up a full field as well.
The way Hall was engulfed has raised questions in Raleigh that also have surrounded harassment allegations in Washington, D.C., and elsewhere: What are the boundaries of acceptable behavior?
Echoing my liberal friends, “frightening” and “absurd” leapt to mind when I first heard about Republican ideas to arm teachers.
FBI Director Christopher Wray recently said the FBI is “watching warily” activities at dozens of Confucius Institutes at U.S. universities.
The Russians are pikers in such pursuits compared to the Americans who run the state legislature.
A Feb. 28 forum focuses on how a younger generation wants to shape the city they will inherit.
Gov. Cooper took a political hit from Republicans who would rather thwart the governor than serve the public, but the real loss was to rural eastern North Carolina.
Benton thinks public education is being undermined by the poor treatment of teachers.
Across the City of Oaks, leaves remain in damp, moldering piles on the edge of streets, blocking vehicles and pedestrians and clogging drains.
At UNC, why is the Nike emblem so apparent and the amount of money it generates for coaches so hidden?
VIDEO: This trailer for a documentary about hazing was produced by Clery Center, a national nonprofit that helps college and university officials with campus safety regulation.
The Senate is ignoring a House bill that would help environmental officials study the extent of the pollution, determine how hazardous it is and suggest ways to clean it up.
There’s more information than ever. But most of it is focused more on problems than solutions.
A three-judge panel ruled recently that North Carolina’s 13 U.S. House districts were unconstitutional partisan gerrymanders. I talked with one of the plaintiffs, Morton Lurie, 84, a retired IBMer and 30-year Raleigh resident.