Dustin Duong

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UNC graduate forward Justin Pierce (32) attempts an offensive drive past Elon sophomore guard Andy Pack (21) and junior forward Simon Wright (33) during a game in the Dean Smith Center on Wednesday, Nov. 20, 2019.

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UNC graduate forward Justin Pierce (32) attempts an offensive drive past Elon sophomore guard Andy Pack (21) and junior forward Simon Wright (33) during a game in the Dean Smith Center on Wednesday, Nov. 20, 2019.


Gov. Roy Cooper speaks during a press conference unveiling health technology company Well Dot Inc. in Chapel Hill on Tuesday, Nov. 19, 2019. “We’re going to commit to them that we’re going to invest in education from cradle to career because we know the importance of education," Cooper said.

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Gov. Roy Cooper speaks during a press conference unveiling health technology company Well Dot Inc. in Chapel Hill on Tuesday, Nov. 19, 2019. “We’re going to commit to them that we’re going to invest in education from cradle to career because we know the importance of education," Cooper said.


Gov. Roy Cooper (left) stands for interviews following a press conference introducing Well Dot Inc., a health technology company, to the Chapel Hill area on Tuesday, Nov. 19, 2019. Well plans to create 400 new jobs.

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Gov. Roy Cooper (left) stands for interviews following a press conference introducing Well Dot Inc., a health technology company, to the Chapel Hill area on Tuesday, Nov. 19, 2019. Well plans to create 400 new jobs.


Gov. Roy Cooper enters the space at 419 W. Franklin St. ahead of a press conference introducing health technology company Well Dot Inc. to Chapel Hill on Tuesday, Nov. 19, 2019. Well plans to invest $3 million in Chapel Hill and Orange County.

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Gov. Roy Cooper enters the space at 419 W. Franklin St. ahead of a press conference introducing health technology company Well Dot Inc. to Chapel Hill on Tuesday, Nov. 19, 2019. Well plans to invest $3 million in Chapel Hill and Orange County.


Gov. Roy Cooper stands before members of the media following a press conference introducing Well Dot Inc. to the Chapel Hill area on Tuesday, Nov. 19, 2019. “We need to commit to them that we are going to provide them a continuing, talented workforce,” Cooper said.

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Gov. Roy Cooper stands before members of the media following a press conference introducing Well Dot Inc. to the Chapel Hill area on Tuesday, Nov. 19, 2019. “We need to commit to them that we are going to provide them a continuing, talented workforce,” Cooper said.


Gov. Roy Cooper unclips a microphone from his tie as the logo of health technology company  Well Dot Inc. is reflected in glass following a press conference introducing the company to Chapel Hill on Tuesday, Nov. 19, 2019.

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Gov. Roy Cooper unclips a microphone from his tie as the logo of health technology company Well Dot Inc. is reflected in glass following a press conference introducing the company to Chapel Hill on Tuesday, Nov. 19, 2019.


Lloyd Kramer (left), chair of the Faculty Executive Committee, looks on as Robert Blouin, executive vice chancellor and provost, speaks during an FEC meeting on Monday, Nov. 18, 2019. Blouin briefly addressed an initiative to bring learning onto a digital platform moving forward.

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Lloyd Kramer (left), chair of the Faculty Executive Committee, looks on as Robert Blouin, executive vice chancellor and provost, speaks during an FEC meeting on Monday, Nov. 18, 2019. Blouin briefly addressed an initiative to bring learning onto a digital platform moving forward.


"For out of the soil comes life," Elder Malika Mills says as she holds a jar of soil above her head during a soil collection ceremony at Carl Drive in Chapel Hill on Saturday, Nov. 16, 2019. Descendants of Manly McCauley and members of the community gathered during the private ceremony to gather soil from the site where they believed McCauley was lynched by a white posse in the late 19th century.

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"For out of the soil comes life," Elder Malika Mills says as she holds a jar of soil above her head during a soil collection ceremony at Carl Drive in Chapel Hill on Saturday, Nov. 16, 2019. Descendants of Manly McCauley and members of the community gathered during the private ceremony to gather soil from the site where they believed McCauley was lynched by a white posse in the late 19th century.


Danita Mason-Hogans (center), 52, of Durham, and other descendents of Manly McCauley gather to place their hands on a jar containing soil during a soil collection ceremony at Carl Drive in Chapel Hill, N.C., on Satuday, Nov. 16, 2019. "I always say that I'm doing the work of my ancestors," says Mason-Hogans. "We need to be brave together and face it together."

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Danita Mason-Hogans (center), 52, of Durham, and other descendents of Manly McCauley gather to place their hands on a jar containing soil during a soil collection ceremony at Carl Drive in Chapel Hill, N.C., on Satuday, Nov. 16, 2019. "I always say that I'm doing the work of my ancestors," says Mason-Hogans. "We need to be brave together and face it together."