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UNC Political Scientist on the Future of Congress

December 19, 2022

One of the biggest stories of 2022 was the midterm election, which left the U.S. with a very divided Congress for the next two years – a narrow Democratic majority in the Senate, a narrow Republican majority in the House. … Continued

Bluefish Blitz: Thousands of fish wash ashore on Ocracoke Island

October 18, 2022

Residents in Ocracoke Island witnessed a bizarre sight as thousands of fish have been washing ashore as part of an extraordinary migration process. According to UNC Institute of Marine Science’s Janet Nye, the blitz is considered ‘normal behavior.’ Queen City News

How Black Latinos found a future in an Alabama HBCU after slavery

October 10, 2022

Much of the Cuban independence movement was based on justice for residents, both Black and white. But following the Spanish-American War, American imperialism on the island brought over the United States’ racial ideas at the time, meaning more systematic discrimination against Cubans of color, said Louis … Continued