by Sharon Thorsland It’s a big game in Chapel Hill this weekend, as North Carolina takes on NC State at the Dean Dome. Tip-off is set for 5:00 on WBT. The Tar Heels (13-6, 5-3 ACC) beat Boston College on Tuesday and are starting to click again, winning 8 of their last 10 games. The […]
by Sharon Thorsland It’s rivalry week for North Carolina, with the 9-2 Tar Heels welcoming NC State to Kenan Stadium for a Black Friday showdown. The Heels are coming off a horrendous loss to Georgia Tech that took them completely out of the playoff equation. But they’re still in the ACC title game, headed to […]
According to the protocols established by the NCAA, those players who're fully vaccinated didn't have to adhere to regular COVID-19 testing during the tournament. However, those who're are unvaccinated would still have to be screened, forcing the string of positive tests for NC State.
According to a press release on Wednesday, at least 15 named storms will impact the Eastern U.S. over the coming months, which is above the average currently set at eleven. Out of that, seven to nine hurricanes are expected, two or three of them being considered catastrophically major.
All students are being taught about the toxicity of white privilege and how generations have "benefited" from oppression. This is the very definition of indoctrination. Let the educators tell students how to think instead of allowing them to form their own opinions. If it's already written into the curriculum, there will be no room for objective contradictions from students.
North Carolina State University professor De-Yu Xie is taking a closer look the DNA structure COVID-19 and how plants can effect progression of the virus. Xie and his team believes the chemical compounds of certain foods can bind to or block a specific Coronavirus enzyme.