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Black Student Movement
Formed in 1967 by a group of around forty African American students, the Black Student Movement (BSM) has grown into one of the largest student organizations at UNC—Chapel Hill. The group was founded by students frustrated with the campus chapter of the NAACP and by lack of representation in s...
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Unsung Founders Memorial
The Unsung Founders Memorial is an art installation located on McCorkle Place, dedicated to the African American people who helped build the university. The piece, created by artist Do Ho Suh, features bronze figures holding up a black stone table, surround by five stone seats. Inscribed on the top ...
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Trademarks and licensing
UNC—Chapel Hill signed its first trademark licensing agreement in 1982, not long after the men's basketball team won the NCAA championship. The licensing agreement enables the university to control the use of the school name, logos, and symbols in merchandise and to collect royalties from ...
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Trademarks and licensing
UNC—Chapel Hill signed its first trademark licensing agreement in 1982, not long after the men's basketball team won the NCAA championship. The licensing agreement enables the university to control the use of the school name, logos, and symbols in merchandise and to collect royalties from ...
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