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Tuesday November 29th

Maria Gontaruk


UNC workers' rights examined in forum

The stories of decades of UNC worker’s struggles led to a discussion Monday night about how things still could be better. UNC’s Student Action with Workers, an organization that mobilizes support for worker-led campaigns on campus, welcomed an audience of more than 80 students, faculty, staff and community members to Hamilton Hall for a night of guest speakers and group discussions.

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Quidditch comes to Chapel Hill

Students playing “Muggle Quidditch,” or Quidditch for non-wizards, is a phenomenon which began in 2005 as an intramural sport at Middlebury College in Vermont and only recently reached Chapel Hill. A group of Harry Potter fans and Quidditch aficionados started UNC’s team, “The Old Well Wizards,” this fall and proved their worth when they beat N.C. State in October by a score of 160-70.

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Adams Lecture focuses on importance of humanities

Professor Joseph Flora thinks the humanities are as relevant as ever. And before an audience of about 200 people on Sunday, he made his case. The talk, entitled “Teacher! Teacher! Professing the Humanities in a Postmodern World,” was the 13th Adams Lecture in the Humanities and Human Values, a lecture given each fall by a distinguished scholar in the humanities at UNC.

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