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Forum addresses student feedback on ConnectCarolina

Amanda Holliday led students, staff and faculty in exploring how users can suggest improvements for the ConnectCarolina system. Discussion at the forum — the first of several — was based on a feedback message board initiated by senior computer science majors Max Beckman-Harned and Ben Hawks. As co-chairmen of the technology and web services committee of student government, the pair have been working closely with students and their ConnectCarolina issues for the past two years.

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Henry Paulson, former U.S. treasury secretary, spoke Monday night about global economics. DTH/ Duncan Culbreth
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Paulson keeps economic talk mostly non-partisan

Former U.S. Secretary of the Treasury Henry Paulson enraptured audiences Monday with his account of and predictions for the global economy.William B. Harrison Jr., a 1966 UNC graduate, the retired chief executive officer of JPMorgan Chase & Co. and a friend of Paulson, moderated the discussion and directed questions to him.

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Greek Week to promote positive image

Correction (March 24 12:33 a.m.): Due to a reporting error, an earlier version of this story incorrectly named the Mr. and Miss Greek Competition. The story has been changed to reflect the correction. The Daily Tar Heel apologizes for the error.

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Students protest UNC's link to coal company

Before a backdrop of signs that read, “Coal mining threatens over 240 species” and “1.4 million acres of land impacted,” the members of Sierra Club’s Coal-Free UNC campaign used a paper mache model of a mountain Wednesday to protest UNC’s alleged link to mountaintop removal.

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Music majors, music faculty and members of the Chapel Hill jazz community gathered on Friday Feb., 17 to celebrate the jazz photography of Stephen Bromberg as well as to raise interest in the Carolina Jazz Festival. Music majors, music faculty and members of the Chapel Hill jazz community gathered on Friday Feb., 17 to celebrate the jazz photography of Stephen Bromberg as well as to raise interest in the Carolina Jazz Festival. (Music major Cameron Cook)

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