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Sunday September 19th

Paula Seligson


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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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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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man on the street, football player parking tickets Robert Edmiston philosophy/psychology, junior "I'd kind of like to know the actual parking situation for all students. There are some students out there that have currently wracked up parking violations and I just think it would be more balance to hear about that instead of just the athletes."

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man on the street, football player parking tickets Lex Janes "It's a lot, but not all that unreasonable. I know one person who got 20 parking tickets over 4 years." just graduated, poli sci, psychology Can't find him on the director since he just graduated, but: http://timeswv.com/intodayspaper/x681649866/Opportunity-of-a-lifetime

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man on the street, football player parking tickets Kori Whit bio, sophomore "You're still impositioning somebody else, and you're taking a parking space you didn't pay for." "A lot of football players think they have amnesty." "No, definitely not okay for a practice. Both (classes and football practices) are scheduled and you know ahead of time." Kori White E-mail: whitekm@email.unc.edu Student Degree: AS Bachelor Major: Biology (BS) School: College of Arts and Sciences

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