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A look back at the 1990s in Chapel Hill


The 1990s was a period of growth and change for the University of North Carolina, especially in terms of technology. In the '90s, class registration grew beyond the in-person process at Woollen Gym and expanded to telephone service. Students dialed into the service and entered codes for each class. Drop/add was still an in-person process in Woollen Gym. (Daily Tar Heel)

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