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UNC-Chapel Hill's admissions process is "most selective" according to U.S. News & World Report. yield rate (the percentage of accepted students who choose to attend the university) of 45.3%. UNC-Chapel Hill's freshman retention rate is 96.5%, with 91.9% going on to graduate within six years. Of the 60% of enrolled freshmen in 2021 who submitted ...
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This is a list of hospitals in North Carolina.Four hospitals serve as university-affiliated academic medical centers: Duke University Hospital, ECU Health, UNC Health and Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist, while Atrium Health's Carolinas Medical Center and WakeMed are unaffiliated Level I trauma centers.
The Tar Heels are also referred to as UNC or The Heels. The mascot of the Tar Heels is Rameses, a Dorset Ram. It is represented as either a live Dorset sheep with its horns painted Carolina Blue, or as a costumed character performed by a volunteer from the student body, usually an undergraduate student associated with the cheerleading team.
UNC-TV HD and UNC-EX are also available to DirecTV customers with MPEG4-compatible receivers. Prior to February 1, 2016, Time Warner Cable customers also received UNC-MX (described as "an eclectic mix of programming for adults") in standard definition; the North Carolina Channel has since replaced UNC-MX on Time Warner Cable systems.
Fear, uncertainty and doubt (often shortened to FUD) is a propaganda tactic used in sales, marketing, public relations, politics, polling and cults.FUD is generally a strategy to influence perception by disseminating negative and dubious or false information and a manifestation of the appeal to fear
The Confederate Monument, University of North Carolina, commonly known as Silent Sam, is a bronze statue of a Confederate soldier by Canadian sculptor John A. Wilson, which once stood on McCorkle Place of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC) from 1913 until it was pulled down by protestors on August 20, 2018.