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Cafeteria workers' strikes
In the fall of 1968, dining hall workers at UNC—Chapel Hill presented Chancellor J. Carlyle Sitterson with a list of suggestions for improved working conditions. They lobbied for pay raises, shorter workdays, and better treatment from supervisors. Their cause was soon joined by members of the ...
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Winston House
The location of the Honors Carolina Center for European Study in London, Winston House is an eighteenth-century townhouse located on Bedford Square, near the British Museum, the University of London, and London School of Economics. Purchased with private donations, Winston House is a hub for UNC'...
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Gillings, Joan H., Center for
This facility, located on Country Club Road adjacent to the Old Chapel Hill Cemetery, is the home of the Department of Dramatic Art and PlayMakers Repertory Company. The building has offices, classrooms, rehearsal spaces, production shops, and two theaters. The Paul Green Theatre, which seats 500, i...
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Graham Student Union
Carolina students began advocating for a new student union as early as the 1950s. The Graham Memorial Building, dedicated in 1931, was ill-suited for the needs of the post–World War II generation of students. The new union was part of an effort to expand and modernize student services at the univers...
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