Board of Trustees discusses contextualizing campus history

by Sarah Thomas

One of the biggest historic controversies on campus concerns landmarks. UNC leaders are hoping some plaques and exhibits will help. They unveiled a plan at this week’s Board of Trustees meeting to hang a plaque on Carolina Hall, a building formerly named after Ku Klux Klan leader William Saunders, and are looking at possible historic markers and other exhibits on McCorkle Place, where Silent Sam is.


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