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Donors support UNC student-athletes


Charles Loudermilk, a 1950 UNC graduate and chairman of Atlanta-based Aaron's Inc., has committed $7.5 million to create the Loudermilk Center for Excellence, which will include a strength and conditioning center for UNC's Olympic sports programs, facilities for men's lacrosse and a visitor's locker room that also could be split up for high school football championships. (WRAL.com)


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