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'I'm sad to go out like this': For seniors, COVID-19 brings the premature end of an era


Seniors have traditionally hiked the steps of the Bell Tower and signed their names on the bricks inside to celebrate their time at UNC each spring. This year's seniors are realizing they probably won't get to participate in that and other campus traditions. UNC announced Friday that spring commencement is postponed to mitigate the spread of the coronavirus. (Daily Tar Heel)

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