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Making Sense of Profit Shifting: Douglas Shackelford

Douglas Shackelford is the Dean of the Kenan-Flagler Business School at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and the Meade H. Willis Distinguished Professor of Taxation. A world-renowned authority on taxation and business strategy, Dr. Show More Summary

University Of North Carolina Trustees Vote Against Renaming Building Named After KKK Leader

UNC Trustees Vote Against KKK Named Building The University of North Carolina’s trustees voted Thursday to rename the campus’ Saunders Hall. The building was originally dedicated to the memory of a man named William L. Saunders who was a prolific

Three UNC Trustees Voted Against Renaming Building That Commemorates KKK Leader

The University of North Carolina's trustees voted Thursday to rename the campus' Saunders Hall. The building was originally dedicated to the memory of a man named William L. Saunders for a number of reasons, one of which in particular is no longer considered a good reason to name a building after someone. Show More Summary

UNC-Chapel Hill Decides It Shouldn't Have A Building Named For A KKK Leader

The board of trustees of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill announced Thursday that the university's Saunders Hall, named for a 19th-century Ku Klux Klan leader, will be renamed Carolina Hall. The decision follows yearsShow More Summary

Reverse Racism: White Employees Sue HBCU North Carolina Central University For Widespread Discrimination

White Employees Accuse North Carolina Central University Of Discrimination Three former employees at North Carolina Central University are accusing the historically black university and its prominent chancellor, Debra Saunders-White, of widespread racial discrimination and misuse of taxpayer funds. Via HuffPo

Historically Black University Accused Of Reverse Racism In New Lawsuits

Three former employees at North Carolina Central University are accusing the historically black university and its prominent chancellor, Debra Saunders-White, of widespread racial discrimination and misuse of taxpayer funds. Marianne...Show More Summary

The Internet of Things May Depend on Tunable Antennas Made of Liquid Metal

Engineers at North Carolina State University have devised a new form of tiny, liquid-metal antenna that's capable of tuning into a wide range of radio frequencies, offering a timely solution to a looming and potentially damning problem in networked electronics—namely, the limits of the radio spectrum itself. Show More Summary

Veterans Sexual Health + Providing for Families of Veterans + Surviving Your Teen

Dr. David Gremillion, retired Air Force Colonel, professor at University of North Carolina School of Medicine, and a member of the Board of Directors of Men’s Health Network Topic: Veteran’s sexual health. Issues: Continuing our discussion...Show More Summary

North Carolina Receives Notice of Allegations From N.C.A.A.

The university’s chancellor and its athletic director said they would release the allegations when a redacted version, protecting privacy rights, was available.

UNC receives notice of allegations from NCAA

The University of North Carolina announced Friday that it has received its notice of allegations from the NCAA "as the next phase in its investigation of academic irregularities and possible bylaw infractions."        

North Carolina Receives Notice of Allegations

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North Carolina has received a Notice of Allegations from the NCAA. The news was first reported by Scout.com. Here’s the University’s statement: The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill today announced the campus had received a notice of allegations from the NCAA as the next phase in its investigation of academic irregularities and possible […]

UNC Receives Notice of Allegations Amid Academic Irregularities Examination

The University of North Carolina has been under investigation by the NCAA for academic irregularities, and a big step toward an eventual resolution was taken Friday with the delivery of a Notice of Allegations to UNC. According to Greg...Show More Summary

How to Eliminate Procrastination (The Surprising Strategy One Man Used)

In 2009, Fred Stutzman was a graduate student at the University of North Carolina and he was trying to grind out some important work on his thesis. But there was a problem. His favorite coffee shop, which had previously been a quietShow More Summary

Why it is so difficult for Congress to act on currency manipulation

The following is a guest post by political science doctoral candidate Rob Galantucci of the University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill. As the United States negotiates two historically large trade agreements, the Obama administration’s trade agenda faces a hurdle concerning currency policy. Show More Summary

Hotel Hells

Excerpted from Hotel Life: The Story of a Place Where Anything Can Happen by Caroline Field Levander and Matthew Pratt Guterl. Out now from the University of North Carolina Press. In their utopian guise, hotels present themselves as a rationally organized space, designed for maximum comfort and profit, attentive and nurturing. Show More Summary

Case study on why regulation matters: salt reduction in the UK

Thanks to Courtney Scott, a doctoral student at University of North Carolina, for sending me this account of the fate of Britain’s salt reduction strategies, published in the BMJ (British Medical Journal). The lead author on the article is Dr. Graham MacGregor, Britain’s leading advocate for diets lower in salt.  It is about the derailing […]

No school dominates the NBA Draft lottery more than the University of Kansas

The State of North Carolina is the home of college basketball but Kansas is the home of lottery picks. Over the last 15 drafts, 13 players from the University of Kansas were selected among the top 14 picks in the draft, three more than other school. Show More Summary

Silent Sam in History and Memory

The University of North Carolina’s Confederate soldier monument, “Silent Sam,” continues to be a point of contention on campus. Over the past few years students…

Stephen Colbert to Wake Forest graduates: I’ll leave you with a bit of wisdom I picked up from ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’

It’s college commencement season, and, let’s face it, some graduates are luckier than others regarding commencement speakers. Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, was one of the big winners, with the hilarious Stephen Colbert, who gave the following speech to the cap-and-gown-clad graduates on Monday, May 18:   Good morning. Oh, what a day. […]

Stephen Colbert to Wake Forest graduates: I’ll leave you with a bit of wisdom I picked up from ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’

It’s college commencement season, and, let’s face it, some graduates are luckier than others regarding commencement speakers. Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, was one of the big winners, with the hilarious Stephen Colbert, who gave the following speech to the cap-and-gown-clad graduates on Monday, May 18:   Good morning. Oh, what a day. […]

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