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'Best-case scenario of a bad situation’: Affinity groups continue to advocate for improved spaces in wake of Bryan Center office moves, future renovations

(01/31/23 1:03pm)

La Casa, the Latinx affinity space previously located on the bottom floor of the Bryan Center, used to feel like home to junior Nicole Romero Ospina. It was spacious, with three rooms and a main space. Students came to study, play games or just relax. 

‘Your tent shouldn’t be a home, it should be a fallout shelter’: A tenter’s guide to K-Ville survival

(01/23/23 4:37am)

Krzyzewskiville is alive and well. Currently host to a plethora of tents and students that now inhabit the grounds, all of K-Ville is holding its breath in anticipation of the North Carolina men’s basketball game on Feb. 4. 

NC Supreme Court orders state to allocate nearly $800 million for public schools, midterm results may change ruling

(11/16/22 12:34pm)

The North Carolina Supreme Court recently ruled 4-3 in an unprecedented decision ordering the state legislature to transfer money from government reserves to state agencies to implement an education remedial plan. The vote, which upheld a lower judge's previous ruling, was split along party lines.

37th NC Latin American Film Festival shares often overlooked narratives of Latin America

(09/29/22 10:00am)

The 37th annual North Carolina Latin American Film Festival (NCLAFF) will not only offer a variety of short-length to feature-length films, but it will also be a chance to engage students and the public into a dialogue concerning issues faced by Latin American people that may be overlooked by popular media.