The Library, a Popular UNC Student Bar on Franklin Street, Closes Its Doors


Another popular establishment on Franklin Street in Chapel Hill has closed its doors. The Library, a bar and club popular among UNC students, has announced via social media that it is closing to “make room for a national brand.” Former North Carolina basketball star expressed his dismay on social media, saying “Noooo how can I buy it?!?” (Chapelboro.com)

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The Library, a Popular UNC Student Bar on Franklin Street, Closes Its Doors


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