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'Everyone starts bolting': UNC community reacts to second lockdown of semester


UNC sophomore Michael Mesa made his first trip to Alpine Bagel, located in the Student Union, on Sept. 13. Mesa was eating a breakfast sandwich as he and a friend discussed how they'd both "had a hard first year" and were hopeful for their sophomore experience. They sat at a table next to the front entrance. "Out of nowhere we hear arguing,” he said. (Daily Tar Heel)

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'Everyone starts bolting': UNC community reacts to second lockdown of semester


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