Undergrads Victoria Snow (left) and Emily Domann work with a microscope during a microbiology course in a classroom in Berryhill Hall Wednesday, January 20, 2016. Many programs outside the UNC School of Medicine use Berryhill labs for microbiology and anatomy dissection. A large bond referendum being planned for March would benefit the UNC School of Medicine for new facilities. Berryhill Hall, which houses the Clinical Skills and Patient Simulation Center, is one of the facilities that may get some of that money.
Undergrads Victoria Snow (left) and Emily Domann work with a microscope during a microbiology course in a classroom in Berryhill Hall Wednesday, January 20, 2016. Many programs outside the UNC School of Medicine use Berryhill labs for microbiology and anatomy dissection. A large bond referendum being planned for March would benefit the UNC School of Medicine for new facilities. Berryhill Hall, which houses the Clinical Skills and Patient Simulation Center, is one of the facilities that may get some of that money. Chuck Liddy cliddy@newsobserver.com
Undergrads Victoria Snow (left) and Emily Domann work with a microscope during a microbiology course in a classroom in Berryhill Hall Wednesday, January 20, 2016. Many programs outside the UNC School of Medicine use Berryhill labs for microbiology and anatomy dissection. A large bond referendum being planned for March would benefit the UNC School of Medicine for new facilities. Berryhill Hall, which houses the Clinical Skills and Patient Simulation Center, is one of the facilities that may get some of that money. Chuck Liddy cliddy@newsobserver.com

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