Layna Mosley, center, a member of UNC’s Faculty Athletics Committee, speaks at Wednesday’s informal meeting at Wilson Library on campus. Committee members, from left, are Paul Friga, Marc Cohen, Andy Perrin, Mosley, John Stephens and Joy Renner.
Layna Mosley, center, a member of UNC’s Faculty Athletics Committee, speaks at Wednesday’s informal meeting at Wilson Library on campus. Committee members, from left, are Paul Friga, Marc Cohen, Andy Perrin, Mosley, John Stephens and Joy Renner. hlynch@newsobserver.com
Layna Mosley, center, a member of UNC’s Faculty Athletics Committee, speaks at Wednesday’s informal meeting at Wilson Library on campus. Committee members, from left, are Paul Friga, Marc Cohen, Andy Perrin, Mosley, John Stephens and Joy Renner. hlynch@newsobserver.com

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