Light on the Hill

Light on the Hill

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In a bicentennial history of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, William D. Snider leads us from the chartering and siting of a charming campus and village in 1795 through the struggles, innovations, and expansions that have carried the school to national and international prominence. Throughout, Snider provides fine portraits of individuals significant in the life of the university, from William R. Davie and Joseph Caldwell to Harry Woodburn Chase, Frank Porter Graham, and William C. Friday. His book evokes for all who have been part of the Chapel Hill community memories of their own associations with the campus and a sense of the greater history of the institution of which they were a part.Chapel Hill retained graduate programs focused on humanities and liberal arts as well as the professional schools. Greensboroa#39;s graduate programs emphasized home economics and nursing. North Carolina State majored in technologicalanbsp;...

Title:Light on the Hill
Author: William D. Snider
Publisher:UNC Press Books - 2004

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