The UNC Board of Governors approved a free speech policy for its seventeen campuses today amid concerns from faculty and civil rights advocates. Effective immediately, the policy outlines how UNC schools may punish a student or faculty member who “substantially disrupts the functioning of the constituent institution or substantially interferes with the protected free expression rights […]
During its Friday meeting, the UNC Board of Governors moved to discuss and vote on a controversial free speech policy during its next meeting in December.
High school graduation day should be a celebration, but for one Edgecombe County senior, it is a day he will never forget. As Southwest Edgecombe County High School’s senior class president, Marvin Wright was allowed to write a speech and read it aloud at graduation.
Saturday marks President Donald Trump’s 100th day in office, and to highlight the progress made during that time for veterans, Dr. David Shulkin, the secretary for veterans affairs, spoke at the Durham VA Medical Center.