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Tuesday September 21st

Kearney Ferguson


People rally outside of Saunders Hall Wednesday afternoon. The Real Silent Sam Coalition is calling for the Board of Trustees to rename the building, because its namesake, William L. Saunders, directed North Carolina KKK activities in the late 1860s.


Judge Howard Manning heard a case Wednesday brought by The Daily Tar Heel and other local media organizations asking for records in the Faith Hedgepeth case to be unsealed. Hugh Stevens, an attorney representing the media companies, was facing the District Attorney's office. Judge Manning concluded that he will take some time to review the records.


University of North Carolina varsity volleyball coach, Joe Sagula teaches a coaching class for EXSS students on Wednesday morning.


Grad student, Asadullah Naweed throws snowballs at sophomores Cyara De Lannoy and Cassy Karlsson. "You can't hit us, we have a fort for protection!" Karlsson said. The girls had been taking shifts guarding their fort all day, because people had been trying to take it.


Next weekend, Mixed Concrete returns to Chapel Hill for its third annual installation. Mixed Concrete is a student art show designed to unite the UNC community and raise awareness and funds for the local Habitat for Humanity affiliate. There will be a silent auction of student artwork on Friday, Jan. 24 from 7 p.m. until 2 a.m. and Saturday Jan. 25 from 10:30 a.m. until 12 a.m. at TRU Deli +Wine.


Re/Iterations of Resistance: Moments, Martyrs, Movements features photographs of people and places in social justice movements and moments in American history. The exhibition revisits, interrogates and reevaluates important social justice moments and struggles. The exhibit is open January 21 through April 25, 2014.

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