In the News

Ryan Kilmer, Faculty. Psychological Science. September 17, 2018. CNN. "‘The Maria Generation’: Young people are dying and suffering on an island with a highly uncertain future".

Min Jiang, Faculty. Communication Studies. September 04, 2018. Deutsche Welle (German media outlet). "Google at 20".

Tiffany Gallicano, faculty. Communication Studies. September 04, 2018. WSOC-TV. "Colin Kaepernick’s Nike deal prompts flurry of debate online".

Karen L. Cox, Professor. History. August 30, 2018. CNN. "Renaming a building for McCain doesn’t erase history".

Nikolai Mather, Student. Political Science and Public Administration. August 24, 2018. QNotes. "Patience, Love & Swedish Fish".

Eric Heberlig, Faculty. Political Science and Public Administration. August 24, 2018. WCNC. "President Trump attending fundraiser in Mooresville next Friday".

Mary T. Harper and Bertha Maxwell-Roddey, Faculty Emeritus. English and Africana Studies. August 23, 2018. Q City Metro. "Gantt Center honors its ‘founding mothers’".

Karen Cox, Faculty. History. August 21, 2018. Courthouse News Service. "University Leaders Condemn Confederate Statue Toppling in North Carolina".

Karen Cox, Faculty. History. August 21, 2018. The Washington Post. "‘Silent Sam’: A racist Jim Crow-era speech inspired UNC students to topple a Confederate monument on campus".

Eric Heberlig, Faculty. Political Science and Public Administration. August 20, 2018. ABC News. "North Carolina acts deep blue with state worker minimum wage".

Karen L. Cox, Professor. History. August 16, 2018. Glamour. "The Secret Fight to Save Confederate Monuments".

Karen Cox, Faculty. History. August 14, 2018. Mississippi Today. "‘Goat Castle’ details tragic, bizarre Natchez murder".

Karen L. Cox, Professor. History. August 10, 2018. The Guardian (UK). "“‘The lost cause’: the women’s group fighting for Confederate monuments".

Karen Cox, Faculty. History. August 10, 2018. KOB4. "Women’s group behind rebel memorials quietly battles on".

Karen L. Cox, Professor. History. August 10, 2018. Atlanta Journal Constitution. "Confederate memorials removed at Agnes Scott spark deeper discussion".

Adria Focht, Alumna. Anthropology. August 08, 2018. Creative Loafing Charlotte. "As the Youngest President of the Charlotte Museum of History, Adria Focht is Bringing Us Into the Present Through the Past".

Stephanie Powell Watts, Alumna. English. August 07, 2018. Authorlink. "Shortlist announced for Willie Morris Award for Southern Fiction".

Kathleen Nicolaides, Faculty. Criminal Justice & Criminology. August 06, 2018. WSOC-TV. "Store Owner Shoots, Kills Man Breaking into Business, Police Say".

Vivian Lord, Faculty. Criminal Justice and Criminology. August 03, 2018. WSOCTV. "Channel 9 questions how often troopers are held accountable for excessive force".

Kathleen Nicolaides, Faculty. Criminal Justice and Criminology. August 02, 2018. The Epoch Times. "Police Charge Store Owner Who Shot and Killed Burglar".

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