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Hickerson House
The two-story historic house on Battle Lane is the home of the Center for Urban and Regional Studies. The house was built between 1915 and 1925 by Thomas Felix Hickerson, a Carolina alumnus and longtime faculty member. He deeded the house to the university in 1952, but it was not used by the univers...
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Holi Moli
In 2008 members of the Hindu YUVA (Youth for Unity, Virtues and Action) student group held the first on-campus celebration of the Hindu holiday Holi, the "festival of colors." The event expanded in 2009, bringing in more students for the traditional ceremony, during which participants shower...
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Wilson Hall
Opened in 1940, Wilson is located on a hill near the corner of South Road and Columbia Street, described as "one of the most beautiful natural grounds for a building" on campus. It was built to house classrooms, laboratories, and offices for the Department of Biology and was expanded in 1965...
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Cyprett's Bridge
After the University of North Carolina received its charter, the board of trustees had to find a location for the university. Wanting a site near the center of the state, they considered several locations before settling on an area within a fifteen-mile radius of Cyprett's Bridge in northern Cha...
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