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225 years of Tar Heels: Sonja Haynes Stone


One of North Carolina’s beloved professors, Sonja Haynes Stone, came to Chapel Hill as an assistant professor in 1974. During her almost 20 years at the University, she played a key role in promoting the minority presence on campus and left a lasting legacy. During her time at UNC, she was admired by students and served as a source of inspiration for many. (UNC.edu)

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