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UNC Board of Governors may have violated state's Open Meeting Law

UNC Board of Governors may have violated state's Open Meeting Law

To avoid protesters, board chair moved meeting, streamed it on projection screens

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Movie review: An effective take on the consequences of life after death in <i>The Lazarus Effect</i>

Movie review: An effective take on the consequences of life after death in The Lazarus Effect

This modest, tightly scripted horror thriller isn't great cinema, but it succeeds on its own terms.

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Some kind of magic: Talking to Burt Bacharach

Some kind of magic: Talking to Burt Bacharach

The 86-year-old songwriter whose work helped shape 20th-century American music speaks with David Klein about his lifetime of hits.

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Police remove students protesting UNC Board of Governor's meeting

Police remove students protesting UNC Board of Governor's meeting

Board votes unanimously to close centers

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Movie review: David Cronenberg serves a visceral Hollywood satire with an ounce of compassion in <i>Maps to the Stars</i>

Movie review: David Cronenberg serves a visceral Hollywood satire with an ounce of compassion in Maps to the Stars

The film's stars include Julianne Moore, in a very different turn from her recent role in Still Alice.

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Inmate sues Department of Public Safety for denying him right to practice humanism

Inmate sues Department of Public Safety for denying him right to practice humanism

Federal lawsuit backed by the American Humanism Association

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How Deah Barakat spent his last weekend

How Deah Barakat spent his last weekend

In reflecting on the triple-murder, some have preferred to focus on the things that are certain. Things like kindness, hard work, and the power of a smile.

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The GOP's attack on universities and free speech

The GOP's attack on universities and free speech

In their UNC, the only acceptable politics is conservative Republican politics

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Letters to the Editor | Re: The Chapel Hill shooting

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An in-progress documentary about a Raleigh teacher gets swept up in a protest movement

An in-progress documentary about a Raleigh teacher gets swept up in a protest movement

Teacher of the Year is currently seeking funding for post-production via Indiegogo.

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Culinary historian aims to bring overdue recognition to black White House chefs

Culinary historian aims to bring overdue recognition to black White House chefs

Miller says that black cooks have always had a presence in presidential kitchens, starting with enslaved persons who honed their skills while feeding plantation-owning Founding Fathers.

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An offensive pick for a defensive coach at UNC

An offensive pick for a defensive coach at UNC

Walking the line between won-loss records and off-the-field concerns as UNC plans to hire Gene Chizik as its defensive coordinator

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