President of the UNC system, members of the Board of Governors: Meet the Demands of the Students, Faculty, Workers, and Community.

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Daniel Lowe
8 years ago
Why is our state government trying to destroy all Education??

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Rachel Powell
9 years ago
I'm a student at NCSU

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Sanyu Gichie
9 years ago
I'm a student of the UNC system.

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Rachel Lewallen
9 years ago
Because I need a university that allows me to teach and learn from ALL of my peers - not only the rich white scientists.

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ARNIS BOSCHULTE
9 years ago
I am a non traditional student about to graduate and do not need higher fees to pay back.

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Rachel Wilder
9 years ago
Education is a human right. Privatization of education only leads to wider economic gaps and unfair advantages. Education should be about the student not some corporate profit.

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Haley Ware
9 years ago
Because I need to have my voice as a lower-income middle class student represented.

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Kathleen Gould
9 years ago
I am a woman with a functioning mind who would have had a better college experience in my youth, and a LESS values-challenged young womanhood, if I had had a feminist presence in my college life. I don't personally know any "bitter" feminists. All of the ones I know are married and most have children.

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Pam Beck
9 years ago
Both of my children currently attend NC Universities on financial aid. Due to various cut backs in grants, etc., both have had to take out more student loans. Before a debilitating auto accident in 2010, I also attended a two year NC community college on the Pell Grant. Without financial aid, our state would have lost two more intelligent young adults unable to attend college due to finances. I thought the goal of our state was to train our youth to be able to work in the 21st century, not the 20th century.

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Tom Burwell
9 years ago
Economic training for corporations should not be paid for by students!