Demolition to begin to make way for new journalism building

By Brian Keyes

The proposed Curtis Media Center will house classrooms and studios for the UNC Hussman School of Journalism and Media. (UNC Facilities)

The UNC journalism school is expanding. The Phillips Annex, a 95 year old building next to Memorial Hall, is being torn down to be replaced by a new space for the student journalists.

In 2018, radio executive Don Curtis and the Curtis Foundation donated $10 million to the Hussman School of Journalism and Media. That money is going to build the Curtis Media Center, a planned state-of-the-art building with new classrooms and broadcasting space.

Brian Keyes reports.

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