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Sunday March 26th

Estes Gould


UNC schools await Board of Governors action on degree programs

Those interested in post-graduate degrees in nursing practice, public policy or American studies at the University need not apply any time soon. Though UNC-CH has named these programs as top priorities for at least a year, they have not been approved by the UNC system. But getting degree programs approved is a problem for several schools in the UNC system. Administrators have a pile of 49 program proposals waiting to be reviewed and approved. A few even date back to 2007.

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	Drew Reisinger, the county register of deeds, tells Kathryn Cartledge and Elizabeth Eve that they must leave the Register of Deeds office.

Gay couples protest for marriage

Cartledge and Eve were one of 20 same-sex couples participating in a campaign against laws in North Carolina and across the South that ban same-sex marriage. For two weeks, couples applied for and were denied marriage licenses, and Friday, many went through it a second time. Cartledge and Eve, the first couple to apply on Oct. 3, were the last on Friday.

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Supporters of Moore and Perez gathering for a huddle before processing to the Reister of Deeds including pastor Brian Cole (Cathedral of All Souls), executive director of Campaign for southern equality Jasmine Beach-Ferrara (right corner) and her partner, Meghann Burke, a lawyer who is helping arrange representation for the couple that will be arrested Friday

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