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The Quiet Turmoil in the UNC Board of Governors

Turnover in the UNC System’s leadership follows the challenges posed by the removal of UNC-Chapel Hill’s Confederate Monument Silent Sam by protestors in August 2018. Since then, clashes over the monument and other political influences from the Republican-controlled NC General Assembly have overshadowed the Board’s initiatives to improve higher education for students.

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Chapel Hill Voters Approve Bond to Increase K-12 Housing Stability

“Last Tuesday, voters signaled that the people of Chapel Hill do care about the families and children suffering from insecure housing and homelessness. This outcome gives us hope that in the future more students statewide with insecure housing might be privy to more resources if and when similar political attitudes are expressed and political actions are taken.”

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