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Monday December 5th

Kentia Etheridge


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Mall Event Keeps Trick or Treating Safe, Fun

Hundreds of children, dressed as X-Men, Pokemon and Minnie Mouse, among other costumes, filled the University Mall, anxiously searching for candy. The costumed children go to the mall to participate in its annual Halloween trick-or-treating. The University Mall sponsors activities in the mall from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. where children can trick-or-treat at the different shops within the mall. "There was an estimate of 500 kids, not including parents, from last year," said Allen Foster, representative of University Mall marketing department.

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Center Sets Sights On Solar Power

The Hargraves Recreation Center soon will be utilizing a more environmentally friendly power source -- the sun. The center, located in Chapel Hill, will be outfitted with energy-creating solar roofs to cut the use of natural resources like fossil fuel. The center will be participating in the Million Solar Roofs Initiative, which will help install a new roof as part of a statewide effort to develop new solar energy systems. Solar roof panels will be used instead of fossil fuel to gather electricity and to heat water.

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