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Graduates, students, and faculty of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill are proud of their school. Many North Carolinians share that pride in the institution that was the nation's first state university to admit and graduate students. Allen discusses two new books that discuss the glory of the University and also the politics behind its founding.
From 1756 until the 1950s, Yates Mill, Wake County's only surviving water-powered gristmill, filled an important social and economic function for the area.
Leutze discusses the recent success of the UNC-Wilmington Men's Basketball team.