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A UNC Quiz: Academic Freedom and University History

speaker_ban_wallA plaque on the stone wall on Franklin Street commemorates which event in UNC history? Why did critics attack Carolina’s 2002 Summer Reading Program selection? Could UNC students in the 1800s be dismissed for insulting their professors?

In conjunction with the Wilson Library exhibit A Right to Speak and to Hear: Academic Freedom and Free Expression at UNC, the University Gazette has published a quick quiz about the history of free speech at the University.

Take the quiz and let us know how you do!

You can cram first by visiting the North Carolina Collection Gallery on the main floor of the Wilson Special Collections Library. A Right to Speak and to Hear will be on exhibit through June 2.

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