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Opioid addiction newest battle line for many veterans
The Department of Veterans Affairs is trying to respond after estimates show one in 10 veterans on painkillers is addicted to them.
Advocates pan, business leaders praise new HB2 repeal effort
While groups both for and against a state law that limits LGBT rights are openly critical of a bill designed to repeal it, business organizations are hailing the effort...
Two shot near Hillside High
Two people were shot Thursday morning a couple of blocks from Hillside High School in Durham, police said.
'Everything about this case is heart-breaking;' Holden jury now deliberating
Nathan Holden, 32, does not deny that he shot and killed his ex-wife's parents and shot and pistol-whipped his ex-wife in April 2014, but his lawyers, trying to save him from...
Plan to demolish historic home upsets Franklinton residents
The plan to tear down an iconic Franklinton house that was built in the 1840s and has become a popular site for weddings and family...
Q&A with your 2017 Student Government candidates
It’s campaign season again. In preparation, Technician sat down with all of the students running for NC State student senate president, student chief justice and student body treasurer. Polls open Monday Feb. 27 at 8 p.m. and close Tuesday Feb.…
Student Media hosts SG debate
The future leadership of Student Government was on trial during the SG Student Media Debate Tuesday evening. Candidates for student chief justice, student body vice president and student body president discussed their concerns and hopes for the future of Student…
Student Media hosts student government debate
The future of the NC State Student Government was discussed during the Student Government Debate hosted by Student Media on Tuesday evening. Candidates for chief justice, student body vice president and student body president discussed their concerns and hopes for…
Panel discusses the LGBTQ+ community and religion
Nearly a month after the controversial “Homosexuality and Christianity” lecture held in Talley Student Union, students, faculty and local religious leaders gathered in Dabney Hall on Wednesday evening for “Welcoming Faith Communities: A Panel Discussion.” The panelists discussed the relationship…
Radar: upcoming events from Feb. 23 through March 2
Feb. 23: Lunch, Learn & Lead: Black Women, Media Representation & Self-Love
Thursday, 23rd February 2017
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