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Sunday December 4th

Lauren Daly


Marty Hanks, the creator of "Just Bee Apiary," a bee farm located on his land just outside of downtown Chapel Hill, checks on his honeybees. Hanks makes it a priority to raise his thousands of bees without the use of unnatural chemicals.


Senior Chelsea Barnes, a political science and communication studies major from Hope Mills, N.C., is the president of the Carolina Indian Circle, a student organization that serves to recognize Native American heritage. The bricks in-between the Union celebrate Native American heritage.


Classroom 335 in Phillips Hall was recently renovated to enhance interactive learning. Some of the classes benefitting from these improvements are Math 110. Math 130, and Physics 114. Chris Clemens, chairman of the Department of Physics and Astronomy, comments, "We're all delighted with it. We could even use two more."

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