Apr 2, 2024 - News

The Tea: Slowdown for Project Kitty Hawk

Illustration of a squirrel holding a teacup, with the steam spelling "The Tea."

Illustration: Maura Losch/Axios

🛜 The UNC system is trying to launch an online education program that would rival the many for-profit online management schools that run online degree programs at hundreds of colleges.

  • But the $97 million Project Kitty Hawk has hit some headwinds. (The Assembly 🔒)

ğŸŽ¤ Rapper 50 Cent will replace singer Chris Brown in the Dreamville Festival lineup. (WRAL)

🖥️ WeWork will keep its current location in downtown Durham but is shrinking its footprint. (Triangle Business Journal 🔒)

⚖️ A provision passed in the North Carolina Farm Act and a ruling from the U.S. Supreme Court could open up millions of acres of wetlands in the state for development. (News & Observer 🔒)

🏀 N.C. State fans have been leaving behind gifts and flowers at the gravesite of Jim Valvano, who coached the school to a 1983 championship. (Brendan Marks on X)


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