North Carolina A&T University students and alumni told NewsOne they're outraged.
Aliyah Griffith made history by becoming the first Black scholar to earn a graduate degree in marine sciences from the University of North Carolina.
Coalition groups comprised of Black students, alumni and faculty pressed on in their years-long fight to create a more equitable campus for Black students by presenting the university with a list of demands during a Wednesday news conference.
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill finally voted to grant tenure to award-winning investigative journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones, ending more than a month of controversy following the school's initial reluctance.
A crowd of protesters gathered in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, on Thursday in a solidarity protest over the tenure denial of Pulitzer prize-winning investigative journalist, Nikole Hannah-Jones.
The newly hired men's basketball coach made history as the program's first Black head coach, but his Tuesday press conference left after he proclaimed he was "proud" to have a white wife.
Hall of Fame University of North Carolina women's basketball coach Sylvia Hatchell was under investigation after players and their parents claimed she used racially insensitive language.
The video of the racist monument coming down has gone viral.
An independent report has found that for 18 years nearly 3,100 students and athletes benefited from bogus classes and artificially high grades at the University of North Carolina. “NewsOne Now” guest host Mo Ivory and the Straight Talk panel (Ray Baker, Lauren Victoria Burke and Jarvis Stewart) discussed the biggest academic cheating scandal in NCAA history […]
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During a recent appearance on “The Dan Patrick Show,” basketball legend Patrick Ewing (pictured) revealed he didn’t go to the University Of North Carolina because of a Klan rally that was taking place in the area during the recruiting trip. SEE ALSO: Picture Of Wendy’s Employee Caught Eating From Frosty Dispenser Goes Viral “You know, I […]
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