Monthly Archives: June 2013

Respecting the Rights of Others: Nearly a Forty Year History

In September of 1974, Dean of Student Affairs Donald Boulton received a flurry of letters from concerned alumni and North Carolina citizens. Letter writers were “shocked,” “surprised,” “alarmed,” and “concerned.” What led these parties to write to Dean Boulton that … Continue reading Continue reading

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Water in UNC History is Topic of New Virtual Exhibit

A new online exhibit, Water at UNC-Chapel Hill, explores the role that water has played in the history of the University. Continue reading Continue reading

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The State of OUR STATE at 80

There’s going to be a special birthday party at the North Carolina Museum of History in Raleigh on June 8, 2013: Our State magazine will be 80 years old.  The celebration will begin at 11 AM and will include musical … Continue reading Continue reading

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