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UNC Passes System-Wide “Free Speech” Policy

UNC Passes System-Wide “Free Speech” Policy

The policy, required by state law, outlines how UNC schools may sanction disruptive students and faculty.
Breakfast with Santa Event in Southeast Raleigh Brings Community Together

Breakfast with Santa Event in Southeast Raleigh Brings Community Together

The neighborly tradition called "Breakfast with Santa" got its start in the 1960s, offering food and merriment to the Southeast Raleigh community, activist Octavia Rainey recalls.
Now the General Assembly Wants to “Reform” School Funding. Oh, Boy.

Now the General Assembly Wants to “Reform” School Funding. Oh, Boy.

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Movie Review: For Better and Worse, Guillermo del Toro’s The Shape of Water Is a Beautiful Children’s Movie for Adults

Despite its big, tender heart, the movie often relies too heavily on archetypal figures of good and evil.

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In <i>The Disaster Artist</i>, James Franco Does a Suspiciously Good Impression of a Bad Artist, but the Point Eludes Us

In The Disaster Artist, James Franco Does a Suspiciously Good Impression of a Bad Artist, but the Point Eludes Us

Franco's tribute to the making of a famously bad film, The Room, opens locally on Friday, Dec. 8.

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World-Champion Ice Skater and Fashion Designer Jannika Lilja Combines Her Talents to Boost the Triangle’s Synchronized Skating Scene

World-Champion Ice Skater and Fashion Designer Jannika Lilja Combines Her Talents to Boost the Triangle’s Synchronized Skating Scene

Lilja coaches and designs costumes for Triangle Formation, a regional synchro team with national aspirations.

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