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From the Chancellor and her office
"The #MeToo movement has started a powerful and important dialogue in our nation and around the word, and it’s helping inspire a transformative and positive change in our society. And we want to make sure our campus isn’t just a part of the conversation, but doing all we can to engage and create positive change right here."
"Soon, our next class of incoming students will receive their acceptances and those who qualify may find themselves the recipient of a scholarship named for an individual who played an important role in Carolina’s history. These need-based awards are named for Bridge Builders – people whose work, advocacy and personal example forged a more inclusive, unified and aspirational Carolina community."
"We know that to advance we have to be working towards something that matters, something that we stand for, and Dr. King’s beloved community is worth all that we can give to that end."
"Nothing is more exciting than to be looking out at this sea of Carolina blue and celebrating your hard work and accomplishment, with people who have cared for, challenged and supported you on every step of your journey."
"University Day, is a special tradition at UNC-Chapel Hill…a time to reflect on our past, celebrate our present, anticipate our future, and even more, to remember that Our People Are Carolina."
"Most importantly as we launch a $4.25 billion campaign today, we do so accepting the great responsibility – to use every dollar to advance the public good."
"I truly believe that the future will be written by the people who work on solutions, who know how to work with others, and who not only care, but act to be a force for good."