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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…

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…

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,"…
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