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    Resolutions were passed at the Board of Governors meeting on Thursday to lower tuition and fees, reorganize the staff of UNC President Margaret Spellings and the board's meetings, and to look into moving the UNC system headquarters out of Chapel Hill.

Resolutions were passed at the Board of Governors meeting on Thursday to lower tuition and fees, reorganize the staff of UNC President Margaret Spellings and the board's meetings, and to look into moving the UNC system headquarters out of Chapel Hill. Julia Wall jwall@newsobserver.com
Resolutions were passed at the Board of Governors meeting on Thursday to lower tuition and fees, reorganize the staff of UNC President Margaret Spellings and the board's meetings, and to look into moving the UNC system headquarters out of Chapel Hill. Julia Wall jwall@newsobserver.com

Move UNC system out of Chapel Hill? This isn’t the first time it’s been considered

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