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Leaving a legacy behind, it was Sally Greene's last Town Council meeting Monday night.

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Leaving a legacy behind, it was Sally Greene's last Town Council meeting Monday night.

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Ryan Cocca, a photojournalism major at UNC, founded the clothing brand, Thrill City.

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Work Study students Meshell Sturgis, a senior English major, and Tim Armstrong, a senior business major, work at the LGBTQ Center in SASB North Suite. Meshell has worked at the center since last year, and recently made safe zone placards. Tim has worked at the center since his first year, and is a safe zone facilitator who leads trainings and he is a head coordinator for Ally Week.

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Dr. William Goldman discusses UNC research into the plague as part of the "Doomsday Series" presentations.

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Old Chapel Hill cemetery has some notable gravestones, including that of Civil War soldier Col. Edward Mallett.

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Underground Printing has had some spooky stuff happen in their basement, which used to be a coal factory where Ulysses, the UGP ghost, worked.

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PETA visited the quad Tuesday to convince students to become vegan. Inside the blow up farm house, students could sit in cage-like seats and watch a video on animal cruelty.

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Michael "Radish" Mullins (black shirt) and Yennifer Martinez (striped shirt), who work for PETA, talk to Sophie Dockstader (left), Chelsea Krivanek (middle), and Cari Blalock (right).

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