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Carolina Connection – Nov. 11, 2017

Students are upset that an undercover UNC police officer posed as a protester during rallies at the Silent Sam statue. The professor injured in the Davie Poplar fire is using his newfound fame to raise money for others. Veterans at UNC deal with the challenges of moving from the battlefield to the classroom. Student athletes have to watch what they tweet. Is it too early for students to start celebrating Christmas?

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Carolina Connection – Nov. 4, 2017

Police apprehend a former student after a small explosion damages UNC’s historic Davie Poplar tree. A professor was injured trying to put out the fire. The UNC Board of Governors is close to passing a new policy to limit campus protests. There’s a local election Tuesday, but most students aren’t interested. A UNC expert is calling for rule changes to prevent football concussions. Chapel Hill and Carrboro are home to a growing number of Syrian refugees.

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Carolina Connection – Oct. 28, 2017

One year after Hurricane Matthew, a UNC center is helping a historic town protect its African-American heritage. UNC debuts a bike share program that it hopes will avoid the problems experienced by similar programs on other campuses. A business professor tries his hand at helping run a family business. UNC looks to expand tailgating options on football Saturdays. Here’s a new way to make your Halloween costume: print it in 3D.

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