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Education
9:11 am
Thu May 9, 2013

Campbell University To Offer Homeland Security Degree

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WUNC's Gurnal Scott reports on a first-of-its-kind four-year degree in homeland security being offered by Campbell University.

Campbell University students will become the first in North Carolina to take courses toward a major in Homeland Security.  About 50 students are already on the path to the four-year undergraduate degree. The courses will familiarize them with domestic and international terrorist groups and delve into the background of countries where terror organizations have historically formed.

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State of Things
10:19 am
Mon August 20, 2012

Meet Jon Powell

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Growing up in Garner, Jon Powell stayed out of trouble.  His first encounter with the criminal justice system was as an attorney representing kids. The same kids, over and over again. After a while, his faith in the juvenile justice system to rehabilitate offenders was so low he turned to his religious faith to find a new path.

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State of Things
11:11 am
Thu August 16, 2012

Honoring Hoover Adams

In 1950, World War II veteran Hoover Adams scored a $15,000 loan from his father-in-law to start a newspaper in Dunn, North Carolina.  He called it The Daily Record and from the start, the paper’s mission was to feature hyperlocal coverage of Harnett County. Church meetings, civic club activities and hog killings took precedence over political elections, plane crashes and national events that happened hundred of miles away from the paper’s home base. Adams’ news model was a success.

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Politics & Government
2:10 pm
Mon May 7, 2012

Legal Scholars On The Amendment

Advocates are furiously trying to sway undecided voters in the last day before a decision is made on a constitutional amendment that would ban gay marriage and civil union.

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Education
6:20 am
Wed February 8, 2012

"Gen Z" in the Workplace

Generation "Z" college students Enioluwafe Ojo, Andriy Shymonyak, Allyson Brake and Xavier Primus attend the 2012 Emerging Issues Forum at Raleigh Convention Center.
Leoneda Inge

North Carolina’s workforce continues to evolve as the economy evolves and digs its way out of the last recession.  The Institute for Emerging Issues at N-C State says in order to continue this positive trend, it is imperative for the state to begin strategically investing in Generation “Z.”  Most of the young people making up Generation “Z” were born in the 1990s and are approaching college age. Even though this group is the nation’s most diverse and most technologically savvy, how will they fit into the workplace of the future?

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Politics & Government
6:05 am
Fri January 13, 2012

Judges Hear Arguments in Redistricting Case

Judges heard more than three hours' worth of arguments yesterday over litigation challenging newly drawn congressional and legislative maps.

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