North Carolina is inviting former athletes who left before completing coursework to return and earn their degrees.
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (AP) — North Carolina’s compliance director reached out to former men’s basketball player Rashad McCants last month asking to meet and discuss his allegations of academic misconduct at the school.
The foundation backed by North Carolina’s largest health insurer is putting another $3 million into helping more children in child care to eat healthy and exercise.
Some Chapel Hill residents and businesses lost electricity over the weekend when an automobile accident knocked down power lines.
Nyang’Oro was chairman of the Department of African and Afro-American Studies. He resigned in 2011 during an investigation into grades awarded to Tar Heel athletes for no-show classes that required very little work.
Vice President Joe Biden has rescheduled his visit to North Carolina for later this week to raise money in part to help Sen. Kay Hagan’s re-election bid.
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (AP) — North Carolina’s defense is battling the same struggles from a year ago while its high-scoring offense is misfiring. Now the Tar Heels are in a hole that could get deeper in the coming weeks.
Roy Williams talks with The Drive live from the Wyndham Championship about the PJ Hairston situation in Chapel Hill, the Caulton Tudor piece on Dean Smith retiring too early, and QCB talks with the coach whether or not Roy will wear a Gamecock sticker to the UNC/USC opening football game.
The Drive Monday 7-8-13 – Eric Prisbell from the USA Today joined The Drive to delve a little deeper into the recent reports about P.J. Hairston and his troubles in Chapel Hill. They get into how the method of Boosters has evolved over time as they give athletes cash, cars and other advantages. They also ask him about the other names in these reports Fatz Thomas and Rodney Blackstock on just who these guys are. Finally they ask Eric about what he thinks would be the worst case scnerio for the Tar Heels and for P.J. Hairston.
The Drive Monday 3-11-13 -Jay Bilas talks with the guys about about the smaller line-up for UNC going against Duke for the second time, what he sees happening in ACC tournament, and we talk about his new book “Toughness” that hit store shelves last week.