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Teachers can’t be all things to all students — but the good ones come close. As we think about educators during National Teacher Appreciation Week, that is surely one of their biggest challenges. We think of them as teaching a class, … more
In requiring permits for members of a Christian student group to share their faith in campus common areas, North Carolina State University has earned a dubious distinction — it’s managed to trample three out of the five fundamental First … more
Welcome to Cecil P. Staton, elected Wednesday by the University of North Carolina Board of Governors as the next chancellor of East Carolina University. Staton will assume his new duties July 1, succeeding Steve Ballard, who will return to the … more
From websites and social media to late-night TV and, yes, newspapers, we live in the age of the “list.” Some are informative and some are just for fun. But according to Castlight, a health care information company, cities in the rural … more
The legislature may soon take up a bill that would further limit the public’s access to police body camera and dashboard-camera footage. That’s wrong, as this footage is public record. N.C. House and Senate members on a public safety … more
Even as eastern North Carolinians continue to face some tough challenges of their own, the efforts that some are making to help those far less fortunate deserve recognition. Last Thursday night at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Greenville, … more
Bernie Sanders is taking fire for saying that he’s losing to Hillary Clinton in states with severe wealth gaps because “poor people don’t vote.” Critics have branded him a sore loser, a fading candidate who blames his … more
As legislators returned to town Monday, hopes aren’t high for Gov. Pat McCrory’s proposed budget for the fiscal year that begins in July. It’s a modest spending plan that includes election-year pay hikes and bonuses, but it’s … more
Several North Carolina city and county governments, including Greensboro’s, have raised the minimum wage for their own employees. The Greensboro City Council last year voted to increase pay to at least $10 an hour for “roster and … more
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