By Margaret Woodcock Kenneth Wainstein, a partner with the law firm Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft was hired by University of North Carolina (UNC) to independently investigate academic fraud. This October, Wainstein unearthed 18 years of evidence revealing that thousands of student-athletes had been funneled into a fake

Non-white faculty at 17%    by Andres Oswill Student arrested on murder charge            by Bronte Dod and Zane Sparling Runners advance to nationals    by Evan Giddings Surviving Thanksgiving Break by Edna Htet and Emma Sargent Sustainability in the bathroom

By Bronte Dod and Zane Sparling Beau Wesley Smith will remain in Marion County Correctional Facility until at least Dec. 11, after his attorney, Walter Todd, asked the state to waive a preliminary hearing in order to provide “further information to the state.” In Smith’s first court

By Bronte Dod An arraignment hearing will be held at 3 p.m. today for Beau Wesley Smith, who is charged in the murder of Michael Hampshire, a 66-year-old Salem resident. “An arraignment is where the charges are read to the defendant, and if he can’t afford an

Soccer finishes the season strong    by Bethany Hladick ‘Humor is a great, powerful weapon’    by Bronte Dod 3.5 percent tuition increase expected    by Maximilian Nohr A controversy that’s all dolled-up    by Marjorie Meeks Bearcat Bullet: It’s my face; deal with it