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- 2003 The women's soccer team defeated the University of Connecticut 6-0 to win their eighteenth national championship. The Tar Heels scored 32 goals and allowed none during the NCAA tournament, finishing the season a perfect 27-0-0.
- 2005 Musician Bonnie Raitt performed at Memorial Hall as a part of the Carolina Performing Arts Series.
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Category Archives: charles phillips
On the night of August 13, 1850, Charles Phillips, then a tutor of mathematics, heard “loud vociferations, high words, as of persons quarrelling, and other noises” coming from Old West (then known as West Building). As he went to investigate … Continue reading → Continue reading