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Olivia, 6, got her face painted at the 300 East Main development open house Saturday. “My favorite thing about Frozen is Olaf because he’s funny,” Olivia said.

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Shamecca Bryant, executive director of the Orange County Rape Crisis Center, explained her platform at the Women's Center director open forum at the Hitchcock Room in the Stone Center Thursday. Bryant emphasized the disparity between women's and men's pay rates, importance of the women and gender studies department, and more.

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Robert Roskind, the founder of Oasis coffee shop in Carrboro, leads a meeting on Tuesday night. Roskind is recruiting volunteers for his Global Call to Love event which will take place on February 6th, Bob Marley's 70th Birthday, in the San Francisco area. Roskind decided to teach love after being inspired by Bob Marley and his own trip to Jamaica.

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UNCDebra Pickrel, alumna chair and president of Gamma Lambda Chapter Association, Nanette Fields, first house corporation director, Karen Dias, house corporation board member and Cheri Szcodronski, Executive Director of Preservation Chapel Hill pose with the award after the Phi Mu 50th Anniversary brunch Sunday. Debra Pickrel, alumna chair and president of Gamma Lambda Chapter Association, Nanette Fields, first house corporation director, Karen Dias, house corporation board member and Cheri Szcodronski, Executive Director of Preservation Chapel Hill pose with the Brockwell plaque award for preservation after the Phi Mu 50th Anniversary brunch Sunday.

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Guest speaker L. Douglas Wilder, the first African American to be nominated governor in Virginia, spoke about the importance of voting at the 2014 Deil S. Wright Lecture Thursday at the UNC School of Government. "We should be talking about voting on a regular basis," Wilder said.

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Bay Buchanan, former U.S. Treasurer for former president Ronald Reagan, spoke to students about the failure of feminismTuesday at Carroll Hall. Buchanan, a conservative activist, ultimately focused on the value of debate and personal development, encouraging students to speak up. "This country needs leaders like I've never seen before," Buchanan said. Bay Buchanan, former U.S. Treasurer for former President Ronald Reagan, spoke to students about the failure of feminismTuesday at Carroll Hall. Buchanan, a conservative activist, focused on the value of debate and personal development, encouraging students to speak up. "This country needs leaders like I've never seen before," Buchanan said. Bay Buchanan, U.S. Treasurer for former President Ronald Reagan, spoke to students about the failure of feminismTuesday at Carroll Hall. Buchanan, a conservative activist, focused on the value of debate and personal development, encouraging students to speak up. "This country needs leaders like I've never seen before," Buchanan said.

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