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Rodgers Road rezoning

On Wednesday, April 17, 2019 the Chapel Hill Town Council holds a public hearing at Chapel Hill Town Hall for the historic Rodgers Road rezoning initiative. Residents and other supporters wore green tape to show their support for the rezoning movement.

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Community in Bloom contest

Chapel Hill student Alex Shen holds his miniature garden "GoShen Land" that he created for the Community in Bloom contest. This contest encourages the community to get creative and find "trash and treasures" around their house to create their own miniature garden. This year's theme is "Planting a Dream" and the deadline to submit your entry is April 25. March 28, 2019. Chapel Hill.

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Community in Bloom contest

Chapel Hill student Alex Shen holds his miniature garden "GoShen Land" that he created for the Community in Bloom contest. This contest encourages the community to get creative and find "trash and treasures" around their house to create their own miniature garden. This year's theme is "Planting a Dream" and the deadline to submit your entry is April 25. March 28, 2019. Chapel Hill.

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flexible-learning-classroom

Students prepare for class in Phillips 208 on Monday, March 18, 2019. This is one of five classrooms considered a 'Studio Classroom' and just one type of classroom in Carolina's Flexible Learning Spaces Initiative. The Initiative's purpose is to improve student-focused interaction through the modernization of classrooms.

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Art + Feminism Wikipedia Edit-A-Thon

Participants of Art + Feminism Wikipedia Edit-A-Thon edit Wikipedia pages in Sloane Art Library on Tuesday, March 4, 2019. Less than 10 percent of Wikipedia editors are female, and this lack of representation leads to skewed representation. Participants come together to address this issue by editing and updating Wikipedia articles related to gender, art, and feminism.

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Art + Feminism Wikipedia Edit-A-Thon

Participants of Art + Feminism Wikipedia Edit-A-Thon edit Wikipedia pages in Sloane Art Library on Tuesday, March 4, 2019. Less than 10 percent of Wikipedia editors are female, and this lack of representation leads to skewed representation. Participants come together to address this issue by editing and updating Wikipedia articles related to gender, art, and feminism.

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