UNC Marks University Day With Message of Hope and Resilience


UNC celebrated its 228th birthday Tuesday. This year’s University Day took a more somber tone following multiple tragic events over the weekend. University leaders at the event tried to balance tragedy and celebration with a message of hope and resilience. UNC students left flowers and chalk messages of love and support in the campus pit on Tuesday. (Chapelboro.com)

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UNC Marks University Day With Message of Hope and Resilience


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