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Confederate heritage supporters rallied in McCorkle Place to defend the statue of Silent Sam in 2015. At the time, the North Orange County NAACP wanted to get rid of the confederate flag in schools.

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Confederate heritage supporters rallied in McCorkle Place to defend the statue of Silent Sam in 2015. At the time, the North Orange County NAACP wanted to get rid of the confederate flag in schools.


 Confederate heritage supporters rallied in McCorkle Place to defend the statue of Silent Sam. A protest against the statue went on at the same time.

Confederate heritage supporters rallied in McCorkle Place to defend the statue of Silent Sam. A protest against the statue went on at the same time.


 Confederate heritage supporters rallied in McCorkle Place to defend the statue of Silent Sam in 2015. The North Orange County NAACP wants to get rid of the confederate flag in schools. 

Confederate heritage supporters rallied in McCorkle Place to defend the statue of Silent Sam in 2015. The North Orange County NAACP wants to get rid of the confederate flag in schools. 


CORRECTION: Due to a reporting error, the original version of this caption misrepresented Alexandria Johnston. Johnston is the School of Education's first recipient of the award. The caption has been updated to reflect these changes.Alexandria Johnston, of Virginia Beach, VA, is the first School of Education's recipient of the Dean Smith Academic Scholarship.  She is pursuing a masters degree in school counseling from the UNC School of Education.

CORRECTION: Due to a reporting error, the original version of this caption misrepresented Alexandria Johnston. Johnston is the School of Education's first recipient of the award. The caption has been updated to reflect these changes.Alexandria Johnston, of Virginia Beach, VA, is the first School of Education's recipient of the Dean Smith Academic Scholarship. She is pursuing a masters degree in school counseling from the UNC School of Education.


Balloons and Tunes, a balloons, decorations and gifts store in Carrboro, has served the Chapel Hill-Carrboro area since 1980.

Balloons and Tunes, a balloons, decorations and gifts store in Carrboro, has served the Chapel Hill-Carrboro area since 1980.


 Confederate heritage supporters rallied in McCorkle Place to defend the statue of Silent Sam on Sunday. A protest against the statue went on at the same time.

Confederate heritage supporters rallied in McCorkle Place to defend the statue of Silent Sam on Sunday. A protest against the statue went on at the same time.


Company Carolina holds a dress rehearsal for the musical “Violet” in the Historic PlayMakers Theatre on Thursday. The musical will open tonight.

Company Carolina holds a dress rehearsal for the musical “Violet” in the Historic PlayMakers Theatre on Thursday. The musical will open tonight.


Theresa Ward (left), a candidate running for the Chapel Hill-Carrboro City School Board, speaks with Steve Hall Friday night at the public meet and greet.

Theresa Ward (left), a candidate running for the Chapel Hill-Carrboro City School Board, speaks with Steve Hall Friday night at the public meet and greet.


Cordelia Heaney is the new executive director of Compass Center for Women and Families.

Cordelia Heaney is the new executive director of Compass Center for Women and Families.


Danielle Citron, the Lois K. Macht Research Professor and Professor of Law at the University of Maryland Frances King Carey School of Law, gives a talk Tuesday.

Danielle Citron, the Lois K. Macht Research Professor and Professor of Law at the University of Maryland Frances King Carey School of Law, gives a talk Tuesday.