Stories tagged: "UNC"

The bell tower at UNC-Chapel Hill. (Image via Shutterstock)
What Does the UNC Affirmative Action Case Mean for North Carolina?

Cardinal & Pine's Leah Sherrell breaks down the implications of a massive case at the U.S. Supreme Court that will upend the way colleges build diverse campuses.

Dr. Alison Stuebe, a North Carolina maternal-fetal medicine doctor, urges state lawmakers to oppose any new abortion restrictions at a news conference outside the Legislative Building in Raleigh, N.C., on Wednesday, Feb. 22, 2023. (AP Photo/Hannah Schoenbaum)
Op-Ed: North Carolina’s New Abortion Legislation Would Hurt the Wellbeing of Women, Children, and Families

In a guest post, a group of 8 UNC doctors, professors, and researchers highlight the dangerous impact of North Carolina Republicans' new 12-week abortion ban. "The legislation imposes an array of medically unnecessary hurdles ... that make it harder and more expensive for women to get early abortions," the group writes.

Two prospects from Indian Trail, NC — Grayson McCall, left, Sam Howell, right — were among the top 5 quarterbacks in the nation this year. (Images by AP/Graphic by Rebecca Russ for Cardinal & Pine)
How One NC Suburb Rocked College Football in 2020

How Indian Trail, NC, population 40,000, raised two top-five quarterbacks in Sam Howell and Grayson McCall.

The 2020 Census is nearing a close, with NC lagging in responses. (Image via Getty images.)
Time Running Out for NC in Census Count

This is the week to respond to the US Census. NC risks losing funding, political power and more if there’s an undercount.