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Reunion in Chapel Hill


My story in Chapel Hill began in the fall of 1989, when I moved into the Morrison dormitory on the southern UNC campus. For a country boy born and raised in Wilkes County, it was an eye-opening experience. The first friendships I formed at Carolina were, naturally, with the fellow freshmen who lived with me in our eight-man suite at Morrison. (Wilkes Journal-Patriot)

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