Saturday Nov 23
The Orlando Sentinel
Former Duke lacrosse accuser convicted of murder
The woman who incited a national scandal in 2006 when she accused Duke University lacrosse players of rape has been convicted of second-degree murder in the death of her boyfriend.
Police conducting citywide search for NCCU shooting suspect
Durham police were conducting a citywide search Thursday afternoon for a 21-year-old man who they say is considered armed and dangerous after gunshots were fired on the campus of North Carolina Central University.
The York Daily Record
NC Central placed on lockdown after shooter report
Officials at North Carolina Central University placed the campus on lockdown for a time after reports of a shooter on campus.
Suspect arrested in NCCU shooting incident
Police in North Carolina fatally shot an armed man who made his way onto a college campus.
Shots fired on N.C. Central campus
Durham Police and North Carolina Central University Police placed the campus on a lockdown after reports of a gun shots outside the Mary Townes Science Building on Concord and Lawson streets, in Durham NC.
'Possible active shooter' on a North Carolina campus
North Carolina Central University was locked down on Thursday due to a "possible active shooter" on campus, according to the school's official Twitter account.
Silicon Alley Insider
Mentoring Someone For An Hour Could Be The Best Part Of Your Week
Edmund Lewis, the 27-year-old founder of the Detroit-based non-profit Minority Males for Higher Education , has a message: Being a mentor can make an extraordinary man out of anyone.
NCCU goes after two initiatives to increase college access, affordability
Chelsey Allder North Carolina Central University's new chancellor Debra Saunders-White is the first permanent female chancellor of the university.
Policy leftoversPatrick Oathout
Despite tremendous campus policy achievements over the past four years, from online course evaluations to a Red Mango in the Bryan Center, there are still many places where Duke can do better.
Nation in Focus
North Carolina Central University senior Jada Bowser, left, and graduate student Nicole Jackson release a lantern into the sky on Wednesday, Nov. 13, 2013, in Durham, N.C. The university's Veterans Affairs Office held the event to honor veterans and those who currently serve in the military, said Tomeka Davis, veterans affairs coordinator for the ... (more)
Search committee hires Witt/Kieffer to assist in search
The Marquette Presidential Search Committee announced Thursday that it will try to quickly find a new president with the assistance of the search firm Witt/Keiffer.