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Diane Nelson was the note-taker for Occupy's most recent meeting. She said Occupy CH has been asked to have all tents removed in time for MLK Weekend. She said that Occupy CH is having a meeting on Tuesday, Jan 10th at 4:30 p.m. to discuss where the movement will go from here. Nelson is a Duke professor but lives in Carrboro. Luis de la Rosa said that lately he has been one of the only people to stay overnight, due to the holidays and cold weather.

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Diane Nelson was the note-taker for Occupy's most recent meeting. She said Occupy CH has been asked to have all tents removed in time for MLK Weekend. She said that Occupy CH is having a meeting on Tuesday, Jan 10th at 4:30 p.m. to discuss where the movement will go from here. Nelson is a Duke professor but lives in Carrboro. Luis de la Rosa said that lately he has been one of the only people to stay overnight, due to the holidays and cold weather.


Diane Nelson was the note-taker for Occupy's most recent meeting. She said Occupy CH has been asked to have all tents removed in time for MLK Weekend. She said that Occupy CH is having a meeting on Tuesday, Jan 10th at 4:30 p.m. to discuss where the movement will go from here. Nelson is a Duke professor but lives in Carrboro. Luis de la Rosa said that lately he has been one of the only people to stay overnight, due to the holidays and cold weather.

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Diane Nelson was the note-taker for Occupy's most recent meeting. She said Occupy CH has been asked to have all tents removed in time for MLK Weekend. She said that Occupy CH is having a meeting on Tuesday, Jan 10th at 4:30 p.m. to discuss where the movement will go from here. Nelson is a Duke professor but lives in Carrboro. Luis de la Rosa said that lately he has been one of the only people to stay overnight, due to the holidays and cold weather.


Brittany Greene, a senior Business Administration major, leads an icebreaker with a group of students. Greene is the treasurer of Carolina First, an organization that welcomes first generation college students at UNC. The executive board expected about 100 students to show up to the program.

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Brittany Greene, a senior Business Administration major, leads an icebreaker with a group of students. Greene is the treasurer of Carolina First, an organization that welcomes first generation college students at UNC. The executive board expected about 100 students to show up to the program.


Austin Cooper spent four weeks of his summer in London completing a research project on the city's club music since 2000. Cooper, a Comparitive Literature major, received a research grant through UNC and with the help of a Faculty Advisor. Cooper has a music blog at austinrcooper.wordpress.com. 

did most of his work digitally with iTunes and blogs
from Cary

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Austin Cooper spent four weeks of his summer in London completing a research project on the city's club music since 2000. Cooper, a Comparitive Literature major, received a research grant through UNC and with the help of a Faculty Advisor. Cooper has a music blog at austinrcooper.wordpress.com. did most of his work digitally with iTunes and blogs from Cary