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for We the People of North Carolina Vol. 38 Issue 9, Sept 1980
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Since 1956, William C. Friday has served as president of North Carolina's university system. There were three campuses when he took office. In the 1960s three more were added. Today there are sixteen, making it among the largest university systems in the nation.
In this interview, William C. Friday, president of the University of North Carolina System, discusses the institution's problems, its accomplishments, and opportunities.
Noah Woods, principal of Oxendine Elementary School in Maxton, is a person dedicated to his children, his profession, his community, and his Lumbee Indian heritage.
William E. Moran begins his second year as chancellor of the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. He is the eighth chief executive of the institution which was chartered in 1891 as a state supported college for women.