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Lauren Russell


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Triangle Physician Network provides stability for private medical practices

Dr. Sachin Gupta moved to Cary eight months ago after working for several years as an emergency room physician in Florida. Entering a traditionally cottage industry, Gupta never considered starting his own private practice. “I wanted to join a practice where the difficulties of running your business are taken care of by a bigger group, so I can focus on taking care of patients,” Gupta said.

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Yale student Michelle Dufault killed in lab accident; universities re-evaluate lab safety policies

A Yale University student died in a chemistry laboratory machine shop Tuesday, leading university laboratories nationwide to examine their safety regulations. Michele Dufault, a senior physics and astronomy major at Yale, died after her hair got caught in a lathe in the school’s chemistry laboratory, according to an email from the university’s President Richard Levin to the student body.

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School of the Arts may raise tuition

In preparation for reduced state funding, the University of North Carolina School of the Arts is trying to break the rules to survive. The public conservatory is petitioning to override the systemwide 6.5 percent cap on tuition increase in order to inflate tuition for in-state undergraduate students by 11.6 percent for the next school year.

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UNC to host own concert

To celebrate UNC’s last day of classes, female singer St. Vincent and local band The Love Language will be performing in Memorial Hall. The Carolina Union Activities Board is hosting a free indoor concert on the last day of classes as an opportunity for students to relax.

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The Carolina Choir will be joined by other campus groups to perform “Carmina Burana” tonight. DTH/BJ Dworak
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Musicians to play ‘Carmina’

More than 300 UNC musicians will grace Memorial Hall tonight with the familiar strains of “Carmina Burana” and the entirely new piece “Dysfunctional.”This performance is the world premiere of UNC professor Stephen Anderson’s piano concerto “Dysfunctional.”

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