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The Tar Heels and their town


Ask any Chapel Hill residents and they'll tell you taking in a hoops game inside the Dean E. Smith Center sits atop their unique attractions list. While many of the town's 51,000 residents depend on UNC for employment, they also look to the nation's first public university, which opened in 1795, for entertainment, tradition, history and culture...much of which culminates in Tar Heels basketball excitement. (ESPN.com)


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