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The University of North Carolina law school has no business participating in one-sided political advocacy or entering lawsuits representing only left-leaning clients, several members of the UNC Board of Governors say
The University of North Carolina law school has no business participating in one-sided political advocacy or entering lawsuits representing only left-leaning clients, several members of the UNC Board of Governors say
 
Last week, a working group from the UNC system's Board of Governors drew national attention and student and faculty protest after it announced plans to discontinue three of the system's 237 centers and increase oversight of thirteen others.
Last week, a working group from the UNC system's Board of Governors drew national attention and student and faculty protest after it announced plans to discontinue three of the system's 237 centers and increase oversight of thirteen others.
 
While vacationing on Oak Island this month my wife and I decided to visit the North Carolina Aquarium at Fort Fisher.
While vacationing on Oak Island this month my wife and I decided to visit the North Carolina Aquarium at Fort Fisher.
 
Among recent headlines, the student government at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill deliberately cut the budget of College Republicans to prevent the group from bringing two speakers to campus, Fox News contributor Katie Pavlich and filmmaker Ann McElhinney, whom student government...
Among recent headlines, the student government at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill deliberately cut the budget of College Republicans to prevent the group from bringing two speakers to campus, Fox News contributor Katie Pavlich and filmmaker Ann McElhinney, whom student government...
 
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