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Highlights of recent media coverage of CHASS. Links to online stories provided where available.

Film About Cherokee Language Opens
Wichita Eagle, Wilmington Star-News, WRAL-TV, WBTV, etc., 2014-11-21
An NC State Language and Life Project film about the effort to save the Cherokee language is making its premiere at the NC Museum of History. The film titled "First Language -- the Race to Save Cherokee" will open Friday night at the museum. Walt Wolfram, English, featured.
Documentary filmmaker keeps focus local with new projects
News and Observer, 2014-11-20
Neal Hutcheson, Danica Cullinan and others working in NC State's Language and Life Project focus their documentary film lens on the peoples and cultures of North Carolina. This time, it's about the Cherokee. Neal Hutcheson and Walt Wolfram, English, featured.
Beat surrender: Small town police forces vanish
Al Jazeera America, 2014-11-18
A subtle loss when a town forgoes its own police force is the kind of intimate local knowledge that comes from policing daily in the same community. James Brunet, public and international affairs, featured.
Considering the Place of the Working Parent in the Kitchen
New York Times, 2014-11-16
NC State researchers have argued that efforts to promote home cooking — by government officials, celebrity chefs and food writers — may do more harm than good. Sarah Bowen and Sinikka Elliott, sociology, featured.
North Carolina: Thom Tillis victory over Kay Hagan helps ...
McClatchy Washington Bureau, 2014-11-05
NC State political scientist contrasted the national GOP momentum with Thom Tillis' performance. Andrew Taylor, political science, featured.
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