Campus Y serves UNC, past and present

by Erin Wygant

Everyone is familiar with the YMCA, whether you went to camp there over the summer, or learned the song by the Village People. But the Y at UNC, commonly known as the Campus Y, is a place where social justice issues are realized, and human rights advocates plan their rallies. The 100-year-old building has witnessed historical change and continues to serve the University community.


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