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Monday November 28th

Student Life



Zack Hawkins, the director of development for UNC Student Affairs, provides welcoming remarks to the dozens of people gathered in celebration of the opening of the NPHC Legacy Plaza on UNC's campus. The plaza represents the University's nine historically Black fraternities and sororities for their contributions to the campus community.

‘Home is finally here’: UNC introduces NPHC’s new 'Legacy Plaza'

The NPHC Legacy Plaza officially opened last Friday at the Student Academic Services Building courtyard and spans approximately 750-square feet. Nine columns border the plaza, chronologically representing the University’s nine historically Black fraternities and sororities for their significant contributions to the campus community in scholarship and public service. 

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UNC students protest the Genocide Awareness Project being displayed at Polk Place on Monday, Oct. 24, 2022.

'Guttural disgust': UNC students speak against anti-abortion group

The Genocide Awareness Project is a "mobile display" shown around the country by the Center for Bio-Ethical Reform and will be on campus until Wednesday. The center, an anti-abortion organization, has no medical accreditation.  Student activists have begun planning continuous efforts to block the view of the display, which contains graphic imagery. 

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