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Those are the words of former UNC Law School Dean Judith Wegner who spoke to a reporter from the (Raleigh) News & Observer in May about her opposition to a proposed UNC Board of Governors resolution to prohibit UNC Centers and Institutes from participating in litigation.
Those are the words of former UNC Law School Dean Judith Wegner who spoke to a reporter from the (Raleigh) News & Observer in May about her opposition to a proposed UNC Board of Governors resolution to prohibit UNC Centers and Institutes from participating in litigation.
 
Partly as a result of these experiences I read with interest a recent article the The Chronicle Of Higher Education (arguably the most read publication related to higher education news).
Partly as a result of these experiences I read with interest a recent article the The Chronicle Of Higher Education (arguably the most read publication related to higher education news).
 
Bill Barber, his rabble, and their allies in the media and North Carolina Democrat Party have been hitting us with sob stories about the short-changing of higher education in North Carolina that apparently started when that bad man from Charlotte moved into the executive mansion on Blount Street.
Bill Barber, his rabble, and their allies in the media and North Carolina Democrat Party have been hitting us with sob stories about the short-changing of higher education in North Carolina that apparently started when that bad man from Charlotte moved into the executive mansion on Blount Street.
 
In 2011, President Obama called for a more civil discourse to “make sure that we are talking with each other in a way that heals, not a way that wounds.”
In 2011, President Obama called for a more civil discourse to “make sure that we are talking with each other in a way that heals, not a way that wounds.”
 
It pains me to even come close to being on the same side of an issue with Chris Fitzsimon and the gang.
It pains me to even come close to being on the same side of an issue with Chris Fitzsimon and the gang.
 
Chapel Hill is known mainly for two things: (1) Great basketball and (2) loony-tunes lefty nuttiness. Basketball is down a little bit this year.
Chapel Hill is known mainly for two things: (1) Great basketball and (2) loony-tunes lefty nuttiness. Basketball is down a little bit this year.
 
An organization founded by ex-Sen. John Edwards was meant to fight poverty, but many clues suggest it instead focuses more on fighting partisan battles- and to avoid scrutiny by North Carolina taxpayers.
An organization founded by ex-Sen. John Edwards was meant to fight poverty, but many clues suggest it instead focuses more on fighting partisan battles- and to avoid scrutiny by North Carolina taxpayers.
 
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