UNC professor James Leloudis: For more than two centuries, ‘public’ has been Carolina’s guide star
Sat Oct 12, 2013
At a lecture in anticipation of University Day, James Leloudis asked the assembled group to repeat after him: “Carolina is America’s first public university.” In unison, it was clear. The emphasis was strongest on the word “public.” That has been the focus of a Carolina education from the start, said Leloudis, professor of history and associate dean for honors.
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