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Program provides financial, academic support for engineering students
Program provides financial, academic support for engineering students
 
Eighteen high school students from across North Carolina have been named National Cyber Scholars by the National Cyber Scholarship Foundation after winning a rigorous 48-hour competition
Eighteen high school students from across North Carolina have been named National Cyber Scholars by the National Cyber Scholarship Foundation after winning a rigorous 48-hour competition
 
Colleges and universities used to proclaim that their mission was to give students a broad education that would expand their intellectual vistas
Colleges and universities used to proclaim that their mission was to give students a broad education that would expand their intellectual vistas
 
Five Hyde County students completed the Nurse Aide I program this spring.
 
Beaufort County Community College saw ten students graduate from its Fall 2020 and Spring 2021 basic law enforcement training (BLET) academies.
Beaufort County Community College saw ten students graduate from its Fall 2020 and Spring 2021 basic law enforcement training (BLET) academies.
 
The University of North Carolina system includes 16 universities, from large campuses with high research activity to small liberal arts institutions.
The University of North Carolina system includes 16 universities, from large campuses with high research activity to small liberal arts institutions.
 
The last year has shown that existing, underlying health issues can make an already harmful pandemic even more devastating for some communities.
The last year has shown that existing, underlying health issues can make an already harmful pandemic even more devastating for some communities.
 
As students’ grades are falling at alarming rates, so too is their mental health.
 
ECU introduces K-12 students to benefits of college education
ECU introduces K-12 students to benefits of college education
 
Glen and Emily Stephens experienced the tragedy of a lifetime in 2012 when their 6-year-old son, Gabriel, died of complications from the flu.
Glen and Emily Stephens experienced the tragedy of a lifetime in 2012 when their 6-year-old son, Gabriel, died of complications from the flu.
 
Epidemiologists and infectious disease experts have consistently maintained that the risk of spread of the COVID-19 virus among young children is low.
Epidemiologists and infectious disease experts have consistently maintained that the risk of spread of the COVID-19 virus among young children is low.
 
Carteret County resident Christine Hanks never cared much for politics.
 
AAAS students perform interdisciplinary research with goal of helping others
 
Gov. Roy Cooper on Friday, April 9, signed two bills into law designed to help students who lost more than a year of in-person learning because of the pandemic and subsequent lockdowns.
Gov. Roy Cooper on Friday, April 9, signed two bills into law designed to help students who lost more than a year of in-person learning because of the pandemic and subsequent lockdowns.
 
The University of Notre Dame joined a growing list of universities that are requiring students to be vaccinated against COVID-19 in order to return to campus for classes in the fall.
The University of Notre Dame joined a growing list of universities that are requiring students to be vaccinated against COVID-19 in order to return to campus for classes in the fall.
 
Over 20 percent of college students come from lower-income families, according to Inside Higher Ed.
 
ECU’s commitment to first-generation students brings national recognition
ECU’s commitment to first-generation students brings national recognition
 
Republican legislators in the N.C. Senate are pushing forward a bill meant to improve literacy among North Carolina public school students by the third grade.
Republican legislators in the N.C. Senate are pushing forward a bill meant to improve literacy among North Carolina public school students by the third grade.
 
Twenty-eight students completed the initial paramedic certification course at Beaufort County Community College, making it one of the largest paramedic classes to finish in recent North Carolina history.
Twenty-eight students completed the initial paramedic certification course at Beaufort County Community College, making it one of the largest paramedic classes to finish in recent North Carolina history.
 
ECU medical students celebrate Match Day with drive-thru event
ECU medical students celebrate Match Day with drive-thru event
 
A recent Carolina Journal story detailed Attorney General Josh Stein’s fight for school administrators to retain sweeping powers to regulate and punish North Carolina public school students for disfavored speech that occurs off-campus.
A recent Carolina Journal story detailed Attorney General Josh Stein’s fight for school administrators to retain sweeping powers to regulate and punish North Carolina public school students for disfavored speech that occurs off-campus.
 
David Harsanyi writes for National Review Online about bad news for college students across the nation.
David Harsanyi writes for National Review Online about bad news for college students across the nation.
 
Few things are more discouraging than seeing one’s hard work go to waste — a set-back with which many transfer students are familiar.
Few things are more discouraging than seeing one’s hard work go to waste — a set-back with which many transfer students are familiar.
 
Beaufort County Community College TRIO Student Support Services celebrated TRIO Day 2021 by providing care packages for the residents of River Trace Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Washington.
Beaufort County Community College TRIO Student Support Services celebrated TRIO Day 2021 by providing care packages for the residents of River Trace Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Washington.
 
Some students in Hyde and Swain counties will soon be able to access high-speed internet via satellite technology, thanks to a pilot program aimed at improving internet access to support remote learning.
Some students in Hyde and Swain counties will soon be able to access high-speed internet via satellite technology, thanks to a pilot program aimed at improving internet access to support remote learning.
 
Admitted students, parents enjoy first Pirates Aboard session
Admitted students, parents enjoy first Pirates Aboard session
 
Colleges have been trying to stop COVID-19 from spreading on campus, and after a year of experimentation, failure, and success, officials may have found their way.
Colleges have been trying to stop COVID-19 from spreading on campus, and after a year of experimentation, failure, and success, officials may have found their way.
 
A majority of North Carolina public school students failed to pass end-of-course tests in fall 2020, according to new data from the N.C. Department of Public Instruction.
A majority of North Carolina public school students failed to pass end-of-course tests in fall 2020, according to new data from the N.C. Department of Public Instruction.
 
Approximately 18,000 Students to Participate in Career Awareness Programs Across North Carolina
Approximately 18,000 Students to Participate in Career Awareness Programs Across North Carolina
 
In honor of brother with cerebral palsy, alumnus creates scholarship for disabled students
In honor of brother with cerebral palsy, alumnus creates scholarship for disabled students
 
It only took a global pandemic to force public and private universities to cut their spending.
 
Think public school teachers are indoctrinating students?
 
All students enrolled in UNC system institutions are required to have health insurance coverage.
 
As state lawmakers try to sort out when students can go back to school full time, members of the House are sponsoring a bill that would offer a voluntary summer school program for North Carolina students.
As state lawmakers try to sort out when students can go back to school full time, members of the House are sponsoring a bill that would offer a voluntary summer school program for North Carolina students.
 
Today, the North Carolina House approved bipartisan legislation (Senate Bill 37) to ensure families have the ability to choose between in-person instruction or remote learning in K-12 public schools.
Today, the North Carolina House approved bipartisan legislation (Senate Bill 37) to ensure families have the ability to choose between in-person instruction or remote learning in K-12 public schools.
 
This afternoon Rep. Brian Farkas took the first significant vote of his career — to keep students out of classrooms.
This afternoon Rep. Brian Farkas took the first significant vote of his career — to keep students out of classrooms.
 
Even though experts believe college is still worth the cost, employers question the value to their businesses.
 
The mental stress for college students sparked by COVID-19 is showing up in campus mental health centers.
 
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