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University of North Carolina leaders, students, and faculty are blaming each other for the growing number of COVID-19 cases on campuses.
University of North Carolina leaders, students, and faculty are blaming each other for the growing number of COVID-19 cases on campuses.
 
Last year, the Martin Center released its first report on the state of free speech and institutional neutrality in the UNC system. The report serves two main purposes.
Last year, the Martin Center released its first report on the state of free speech and institutional neutrality in the UNC system. The report serves two main purposes.
 
UNC system President Tom Ross said on Monday that the administration would look at ways to effect more efficiencies, but added he didn't think closing any...
UNC system President Tom Ross said on Monday that the administration would look at ways to effect more efficiencies, but added he didn't think closing any...
 
North Carolina's public university system faces a number of challenges. Taxpayer funding has become more limited. Academic expectations are higher.
North Carolina's public university system faces a number of challenges. Taxpayer funding has become more limited. Academic expectations are higher.
 
Recent years have seen some tough times for employees and students in the University of North Carolina system, with a number of layoffs, repeated tuition hikes, and few raises.
Recent years have seen some tough times for employees and students in the University of North Carolina system, with a number of layoffs, repeated tuition hikes, and few raises.
 
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