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Hanes Hall
Hanes Hall was dedicated in 1953 as one of three new buildings for the School of Business Administration (Gardner and Carroll were the others). For several decades Hanes Hall was also the home of the university registrar and career services offices.
The building is named for Robert March Hanes, UNC ...
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Fencing
Fencing was a club sport at Carolina as early as the 1930s, when intramural matches were held in Memorial Hall. As interest in the sport grew in the 1960s, the university hired Ron Miller to come to Carolina to start a team. The reputation of the sport may not have been particularly high at the time...
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Scuttlebutt
The Scuttlebutt was a popular snack bar located at the corner of Cameron and Columbia Streets, near Swain Hall. The small white building was built as a canteen for U.S. Navy cadets on campus while attending pre-flight school. Given to the university after the war, it was later operated by Student St...
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Law, School of
Carolina's oldest professional school, and the oldest law school in the state, began in 1845 with the hiring of William Horn Battle. A North Carolina Superior Court judge, Battle led the program during its formative years. The program became a school in 1899. It was a charter member of the Ameri...
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