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Trailer park residents, many undocumented, fear losing homes.

Carolina Connection | Mar. 31, 2018

The Triangle is one of the fastest growing regions in the country, but all the growth has some residents fearing they’ll lose their way of life.

People who live in a Chapel Hill mobile home park are concerned for their future after a Texas developer proposed to turn their community into a mixed-use project.

Visit by Fox News host ignites debate at UNC.

Carolina Connection | Apr. 7, 2018

An event next week at UNC has sparked a debate about journalism and whether a Fox News commentator should have been invited to campus.

 

Conservative talk show host Tucker Carlson is scheduled to speak at a School of Media and Journalism event. Critics question his journalistic credentials.

Tucker Carlson speaks at UNC, attracts conservative supporters.

Carolina Connection | Apr. 14, 2018

Controversial Fox News host Tucker Carlson spoke at UNC this week.  Though it was sponsored by the School of Media and Journalism, critics questioned Carlson’s journalistic credibility. But once he started speaking, he found mainly support.

UNC professor proposes high-speed ferry service for Inner Banks.

Carolina Connection | Apr. 28, 2018

Spring is here, which means vacationers will be flocking to the Outer Banks.

 

However, a UNC professor wants to increase tourism for the Inner Banks — the intercoastal region of Eastern North Carolina. He says a high-speed ferry system is the ticket to do it.

Campaign tries to save art house theater.

Carolina Connection | Feb. 16, 2018

The Chelsea Theater, located off Weaver Dairy Road in Chapel Hill, is known for showing independent and foreign films. The long-time art house theater could be closing next month.  

 

However, a group of passionate movie-goers are trying to save it.

AIDS Memorial Quilt goes on display at UNC.

Carolina Connection | Jan. 27, 2018

The Student Union filled with about 100 students and faculty Wednesday night to shine a light on the impact of HIV AIDS, and a special panel from the AIDS memorial quilt, which has great significance to one UNC student and her family.