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Dixie Classic
Dixie Classic was a popular basketball tournament held from 1949 to 1960 in Reynolds Coliseum in Raleigh. Started by N.C. State basketball coach Everett Case, the tournament featured North Carolina's "Big Four" teams (UNC, Duke, N.C. State, and Wake Forest) against top teams from around ...
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LGBTQ Center
In the early 2000s, citing concerns over a campus climate that was not supportive of and often hostile to LGBTQ students, the provost's office convened a Committee on LGBTQ Life. Among the recommendations was the creation of a center to provide services and support and to foster a sense of commu...
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Nash Hall
Nash Hall opened in 1942, one of several new buildings used for the U.S. Navy's pre-flight school on campus during World War II. Located near the corner of McCauley and Pittsboro Streets across from the Carolina Inn, it housed cadets and later students before being converted to office and lab sp...
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The Cube
The Cube, a large wooden display located between the Pit and the Graham Student Union, is used as a space for students to announce campus programs and events. The colorful, hand-painted box was first built in the early 1970s and became known as the graffiti cube. While it has grown and been rebuilt ...
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