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UNC Students, Faculty Hold ‘Die-In’ Protest, Call for Virtual Classes Amid the Pandemic


Dozens of UNC students and staff members laid on the ground outside the South Building on Wednesday in a “die-in” protest and called for the university to operate online during the coronavirus pandemic. “The Orange County Public Health department has said that this will be dangerous,” said Lindsay Ayling. “They’ve advised UNC against it.” (Chapelboro.com)

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