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“[George Tayloe] Winston‘s accomplishments [as president of the University of North Carolina, 1891-1896] were impressive, especially at a time when the university was unpopular in some powerful political circles and among influential religious leaders, who insisted on a halt to public funding for higher education. “These opponents of the state university… contended that it was […]

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“It would be dishonest not to say that the greatest force in the life of the University to-day contributing to sobriety, manliness, healthfulness and morality generally is athletics.” — UNC president George Tayloe Winston, writing in Alumni Quarterly, 1894 “Amid the blue-and-white pompoms, few are so rude as to mention that the University of North […]

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