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Historian Molly Worthen says evangelical Christians don't have a single source of authority guiding them.
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Will H. Lassiter, III, a Wesleyan trustee since 2005, was named chairman of the board of trustees.
In recent years, more than 100,000 brain injuries occurred in North Carolina annually - the majority are accidentally incurred by those over the age of 65 in falls resulting in a blow or jolt to the head.
Differences in the shopping habits of Lebanese men and women are much less than expected, a new study from AUB has found.
At the heart of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s troubles with athletics and academics is the delusion that a university’s prestige is related to, and perhaps even dependent upon, its success in the most prominent sports: football and men’s basketball.
Back in 2000 or 2001, a state legislator named Art Pope was waiving around a list in a House committee meeting, demanding that the Democrats in charge take note.
It might be rainy and dreary today, but it's still Friday. And, who says qnotes is old and staid?! We know a good laugh when we see one Like this video of a University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill student's strip-tease prank this week in a biology lecture at the esteemed, two-century-old campus.
The following is a guest post from political scientists Grigore Pop-Eleches and Graeme Robertson .
How patients feel during treatment for cancer can have a lot to do with outcomes - and with the cost of care.
If anybody doubts that raising the Minimum Wage is good for the overall economy including the job market they should look at my home state of Washington as a test case for what happens when you raise the Minimum Wage substantially.
Department of Early Care and Learning spokesman Reg Griffin says a study by the FPG Child Development Institute at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill found that average scores for children who participated in the state's pre-K program were above the national norm in several subject areas.
Wendy Scharfman and her fellow actors like the fluidity acting on the stage brings during each performance of "Driving Miss Daisy."
As college students here in Boulder, we are no strangers to the issue of sexual violence.
Big changes are coming to the SAT , the once almighty college admissions test that was overtaken in popularity by the ACT.