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Aaron Moore


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A decade of iPod

From “1,000 songs in your pocket” to wireless capabilities, Apple has helped lead a revolution in handheld technology and the music industry. Apple wished a happy 10th birthday to the iPod on Sunday less than three weeks after the death of its creator, Steve Jobs.

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Community responds to false hate crime

The issues surrounding Quinn Matney’s false report of a hate crime have not necessarily put the UNC freshman above the law. But on Thursday, members of the community came together to take part in a public discourse on hate crimes at UNC, providing a clear indication that Matney’s case warranted a campuswide conversation. Gathering inside Gardner Hall, members of the community sympathized with Matney’s motivation to cover up an act of self-mutilation.

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Committee begins search for 2012 commencement speaker early

In an effort to attract the cream of the crop of commencement speakers, the University’s leadership is starting early. Chancellor Holden Thorp’s commencement speaker advisory committee for the May 2012’s graduating class met Thursday to discuss who will deliver next year’s commencement address — six months earlier than usual.

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Graduate students upset with residency process

When graduate student Ricky Law first arrived at UNC, the residency status committee denied him in-state status. A year and a half later, Law, a residency adviser, gained residency, only to be denied it once again after returning from a year of researching abroad. Only after an appeal did he regain in-state status.

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