A group of William Peace University students, alumnae and teachers cheer as passing motorists on Peace Street beep their horns in support of their cause during an April protest against president Debra Townsley's management of the Raleigh university.
A group of William Peace University students, alumnae and teachers cheer as passing motorists on Peace Street beep their horns in support of their cause during an April protest against president Debra Townsley's management of the Raleigh university. cseward@newsobserver.com
A group of William Peace University students, alumnae and teachers cheer as passing motorists on Peace Street beep their horns in support of their cause during an April protest against president Debra Townsley's management of the Raleigh university. cseward@newsobserver.com

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