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17987
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The 1969 North Carolina General Assembly faced major policy decisions concerning the structure of higher education in North Carolina--most of them hotly contested. They included naming five new regional universities, strengthening the Board of Higher Education, and authorizing doctoral programs at regional universities.
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Popular Government (NoCar JK 4101 P6), Vol. 36 Issue 2, Oct 1969, p20-26, map
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19822
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Emil Willimetz, the son of Austrian immigrants, was without direction after his graduation from high school in 1936. He took to the rails and roads of the United States, hitchhiking his way until he came to Black Mountain College in Black Mountain, North Carolina. After a fortuitous encounter with some Black Mountain College faculty, Willimetz found a home at the college that set him on a path towards a career in print, photo, and film.
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24625
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This article presents the five colleges located in Mecklenburg County and provides statistics on each college.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 30 Issue 24, April 1963, p14-15, 38, il
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30282
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North Carolina has ample facilities for higher education. There are sixty higher education institutions, many publicly funded or supported by other endowments. The institutions range from junior colleges, theological seminaries, technical schools, law schools, medical schools, and four year training schools.
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36985
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The homecoming parade for North Carolina A&T State, described by Hardin as having no start time or end, generates excitement perhaps normally allotted for major holidays. Labeled by the author as a happening rather than event, the happening founded in 1891 takes precedence for many Aggies over the football game following it. The happening’s significance is also perceived in photos illustrating A&T’s version of this aspect of the college experience.
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36294
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Among UNC Asheville’s institutional strengths is fostering its undergraduates’ ability to produce quality primary research. For its students, research output experience and publication credentials enhances their graduate school prospects. Research endeavors having an impact off campus included building infrared lasers, studying cognitive games’ effects, and incorporating depictions of emotion in art.