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Thursday June 1st

Kathleen Harrington


Suzanne Lamport and one of the artists Dave Otto enjoy browsing the exhibition. The activist exhibition of artist David Taylor, Harry Phillips, and photographer Dave Otto is called "Images of Moral Mondays", which displays artwork of the ongoing speeches and protests of major issues, including unemployment, voting rights, health care, education, and many more.


"Story Walk" The Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools Parent University Program has launched a new program called Reading Without Limits with several other partners. Children's books are placed along the scenic pathways of Henry Anderson III Park in Carrboro, RENA, South Estes, and Hargraves Community Center. The "story walks" encourage children to read with their families and to increase their interest in reading. At the end of each walk, school information may be left in exchange for a free copy of the book for the children.


The graduating class of 1988 returned to campus to recover the time capsule they buried a quarter of a century earlier. The time capsule, a stainless steel keg donated by a then local bar, proved to be a challenge for the grounds workers that had to both dig it up and cut through it on Friday at 1 p.m. The keg was buried under a plaque on Polk Place between the flagpole and South Building. The alumnae will be celebrating their 25th reunion during Homecoming weekend and look forward to exploring the capsule's artifacts in Wilson Library this week.


Nate the Magician entertains at Festifall, the largest arts festival in this area and the largest Chapel Hill visitor event besides Halloween on Sunday.

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