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The Tar Heels defeated Wake Forest 93-87 at the Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Winston-Salem Wednesday evening. 
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UNC defeats Wake Forest 93-87

The Tar Heels defeated Wake Forest 93-87 at the Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Winston-Salem Wednesday evening. 


The UNC men's basketball team defeated Clemson 89-86 in overtime on Tuesday night. UNC guard Joel Berry put up a career-high 31 points.
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UNC Wins Thriller in OT

The UNC men's basketball team defeated Clemson 89-86 in overtime on Tuesday night. UNC guard Joel Berry put up a career-high 31 points.


Some students have secret pets, such as Luna the hamster, in their dormitories.
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Secret Pets

Some students have secret pets, such as Luna the hamster, in their dormitories.


UNC sororities make housing rules for safety purposes, but some question the validity of those rules.
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Sorority Houses

UNC sororities make housing rules for safety purposes, but some question the validity of those rules.


Students gathered to stand with survivors of sexual assault Wednesday evening at the "Change the Night" event. 
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Change the Night

Students gathered to stand with survivors of sexual assault Wednesday evening at the "Change the Night" event. 


Students from UNC-Greensboro organized a protest on Friday about police brutality and in response to the presidential election results. 
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Black Friday protest

Students from UNC-Greensboro organized a protest on Friday about police brutality and in response to the presidential election results. 


Students gathered on the steps of South Building to create a safe space to talk about the results of the presidential election and the effects of it on minority students. The event began with ground rules and was centered around an open mic. Various students walked around the space with blue armbands to act as marshals for safety. A safe space was offered in the Campus Y for those who felt unsafe. 
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Students gather to express reactions to the presidential election results

Students gathered on the steps of South Building to create a safe space to talk about the results of the presidential election and the effects of it on minority students. The event began with ground rules and was centered around an open mic. Various students walked around the space with blue armbands to act as marshals for safety. A safe space was offered in the Campus Y for those who felt unsafe. 


Annual Halloween festivities on Franklin Street were in full swing Monday night as thousands dressed up in costume to celebrate the holiday.
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Halloween on Franklin Street

Annual Halloween festivities on Franklin Street were in full swing Monday night as thousands dressed up in costume to celebrate the holiday.

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