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Enrollment in the liberal arts and humanities continues to sink, particularly in languages and literature. At Harvard, for example, almost 60 percent of the students who start in the humanities switch disciplines by the end of their second year.
Enrollment in the liberal arts and humanities continues to sink, particularly in languages and literature. At Harvard, for example, almost 60 percent of the students who start in the humanities switch disciplines by the end of their second year.
 
Late last week, the NC House began to release some of the details of its budget in sub-committees. Shortly after lunch on Monday the House released its full budget plan to the public. The bill, House Bill 97, will be voted on in a full appropriations committee meeting today and then sent to the...
Late last week, the NC House began to release some of the details of its budget in sub-committees. Shortly after lunch on Monday the House released its full budget plan to the public. The bill, House Bill 97, will be voted on in a full appropriations committee meeting today and then sent to the...
 
Governor Pat McCrory signed four bills into law yesterday. House Bill 358 will allow schools to be awarded A-F school performance grades based on a 15-point scale, providing a consistent benchmark for student achievement for state schools. The governor also signed House Bills 91, 601 and 706.
Governor Pat McCrory signed four bills into law yesterday. House Bill 358 will allow schools to be awarded A-F school performance grades based on a 15-point scale, providing a consistent benchmark for student achievement for state schools. The governor also signed House Bills 91, 601 and 706.
 
Dirks Chiropractic of Washington recently contributed to the campaign mounted by the Beaufort County Community College Foundation to build a digital sign at the front of the campus along U.S. Highway 264. The sign will provide information about campus events, star students, services offered, job...
Dirks Chiropractic of Washington recently contributed to the campaign mounted by the Beaufort County Community College Foundation to build a digital sign at the front of the campus along U.S. Highway 264. The sign will provide information about campus events, star students, services offered, job...
 
A greater reliance on federalism could help address key political concerns for both traditional conservatives and libertarians.
A greater reliance on federalism could help address key political concerns for both traditional conservatives and libertarians.
 
The North Carolina Senate on Tuesday, May 19, 2015, passed Senate Bill 160 (Enhance Safety & Commerce for Ports/Inlets), legislation that addresses the issue of open and navigable channels at the state's inlets and ports.
The North Carolina Senate on Tuesday, May 19, 2015, passed Senate Bill 160 (Enhance Safety & Commerce for Ports/Inlets), legislation that addresses the issue of open and navigable channels at the state's inlets and ports.
 
They tried, but failed, to nail the lacrosse team. They tried with this "noose story" that showed up in April and quickly faded away. How come the marches stopped?
They tried, but failed, to nail the lacrosse team. They tried with this "noose story" that showed up in April and quickly faded away. How come the marches stopped?
 
Today, Senator Thom Tillis (R-NC) toured Patterson Farm in Rowan County to learn more about local agriculture’s involvement in school meals and visited Tuckaseegee Elementary School in Charlotte to receive input from students and administrators on school nutrition programs.
Today, Senator Thom Tillis (R-NC) toured Patterson Farm in Rowan County to learn more about local agriculture’s involvement in school meals and visited Tuckaseegee Elementary School in Charlotte to receive input from students and administrators on school nutrition programs.
 
A Senate bill aimed at reducing the need for remedial education courses at community colleges would intervene too late in a high school student's career to have a broad impact on college performance, says a scholar based at Appalachian State University who focuses on student development.
A Senate bill aimed at reducing the need for remedial education courses at community colleges would intervene too late in a high school student's career to have a broad impact on college performance, says a scholar based at Appalachian State University who focuses on student development.
 
We will offer this allotment of three with more to come; some old, most new, but all quite informative, and, moreover, necessary to understanding that in North Carolina, there is a wiser path to govern ourselves and our People.
We will offer this allotment of three with more to come; some old, most new, but all quite informative, and, moreover, necessary to understanding that in North Carolina, there is a wiser path to govern ourselves and our People.
 
The McCrory administration is howling mad at the General Assembly for not coughing up enough bribe money to entice Volvo to build its new plant within the Tar Heel State.
The McCrory administration is howling mad at the General Assembly for not coughing up enough bribe money to entice Volvo to build its new plant within the Tar Heel State.
 
Two of the state's most powerful lawmakers are perplexed that their education reform bill passed unanimously in the House but immediately was assigned to the Senate's Ways and Means Committee, a graveyard for legislation.
Two of the state's most powerful lawmakers are perplexed that their education reform bill passed unanimously in the House but immediately was assigned to the Senate's Ways and Means Committee, a graveyard for legislation.
 
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