First Black faculty member at UNC-Chapel Hill stunned to have campus building named for her
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill announced Friday that two buildings on campus have been renamed after people widely known as trailblazers at the school.
SOCIAL SAFETY NET BILL WHICH DEMOCRATS HOPE WILL PASS BEFORE CHRISTMAS TO TWO BUILDINGS ON THE CAMPUS OF UNC CHAPEL HILL WILL BE RENAMED AFTER PEOPLE WIDELY KNOWN AS TARHEEL TRAILBLAZERS. HORTENSE MCCLINTON THE FIRST BLACK PROFESSOR HIRED CAROLINA NUMERAL REPLACE THE BUILDING FORMERLY KNOWN AS HAYCOCK RESIDENCE HALL. AND STUDENT AFFAIRS OFFICE PREVIOUSLY KNOWN AS THE CARVILLE. THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES VOTED TO