Before the Pack and Heels face off in football, they’re battling in the ‘Pantry Bowl’


It’s rivalry week for UNC and N.C. State on the football field, but the competition is heating up before Friday night’s kickoff, too. The two schools are vying to raise the most money in the “Pantry Bowl” to reduce food insecurity on two campuses. The money will go directly to the student-run campus food pantries, Carolina Cupboard and Feed the Pack. (Durham Herald-Sun)

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Before the Pack and Heels face off in football, they’re battling in the ‘Pantry Bowl’


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