Carolina’s oldest student group celebrates 225 years


Hanna Berg doesn’t travel by horse, write with quill pens or study by candlelight, but she still has a connection to the Carolina students who did do those things more than 200 years ago. Berg is part of Carolina’s DiPhi debate and literary society, the University’s oldest student organization. The student organization was created on June 3, 1795. (UNC.edu)

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Carolina’s oldest student group celebrates 225 years


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