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Adler writes to President Graham to solicit his support for Carolina Magazine, in light of a bill presented by some UNC students to the Student Legislature to cease its publication during World War II. “This group feels that creative expression is…

A report from the Special Faculty Committee to President H.W. Chase regarding the Carolina Magazine controversy.

In October 1926, the University of North Carolina student publication, Carolina Magazine, published a short story titled "Slaves,"…

In the decades between the world wars, female students were matriculating in greater numbers at the University. “Co-eds” had limited opportunities for free expression on campus, an issue which was compounded by the sometimes problematic…
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