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Plan could speed along UNC campus renovations

Delayed indefinitely, these repairs are part of the cycle of what’s called “deferred maintenance” — maintenance that has been put off for so long that it actually causes additional repair work, like when a leaky roof creates water damage. The UNC system has $2.2 billion in deferred maintenance. Other state buildings have an additional $2.2 billion, bringing the total to $4.4 billion statewide.

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Search for new fundraising leader starts

On Monday, Chancellor Holden Thorp announced the names of an 11-member committee that will conduct the search. Members will meet for the first time on Tuesday, said Lowry Caudill, chairman of the committee and a member of the Board of Trustees.

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2012 Voter's Guide

President of the United States isn’t the only position at stake this election. Local and state elections this year range from one of North Carolina’s seats in the U.S. House of Representatives to the next superintendent of the state’s public schools.

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A recent report found contamination of recyclable materials in Orange County ranges from 2 to just over 10 percent, which is below the national average of 25 percent. UNC has implemented initiatives to improve solid waste management and works to get students to recycle correctly. 

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The new Chapel Hill Public Library will open in April, but due to budget problems it may not initially operate at full capacity.

Chelsey Dulaney, Delia D'Ambra, Tyler Confoy, Paula Seligson, Zach Evans
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Transit in 10

City Editor Chelsey Dulaney moderated the second video of The Daily Tar Heel’s “In 10” series, which brings together experts to explain current news topics in about 10 minutes. She sat down with Bonnie Hauser, Lee Storrow, Earl McKee and Harry Johnson to discuss the Orange County transit plan.

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Elections in 10

State & National editor Daniel Wiser moderated the first video of the Daily Tar Heel’s new “In 10” series which brings together experts to explain current news topics in about 10 minutes. Wiser sat down with UNC journalism professor Ferrel Guillory, Tom Jensen, director of Public Policy Polling, and Mitch Kokai, the director of communications for the John Locke Foundation.

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mary cooper tuition forum, 6pm, upendu lounge of sasb girl student - Mary Cooper guy student - Mark Laichena, on Opinions Desk, he was one of the panelists for the forum, he's basically super student extroardanaire who is somehow part of everything on campus adult lady - Terri Houston, interim vice chancellor for diversity and multicultural affairs, she was the person who facilitated the forum and organized the questions from the students to ask the panelists (mc? why am I forgetting the word for this)

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