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Guskiewicz sent a letter to UNC System leadership and the Board of Governors about the campus community's concerns regarding the legal settlement.
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Anne Sutton, a 2018 graduate with degrees in music and geography, and Olivia Holder, who earned a bachelor’s degree in history in 2018, are Carolina’s 19th and 20th Marshall Scholars.