American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A town of north-central North Carolina at the edge of the Piedmont region west-northwest of Raleigh. It is the seat of the University of North Carolina (chartered 1789). Population: 49,900.
- n. A town in the United States famous for its university, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
- n. a town in central North Carolina; site of the University of North Carolina
“Well, I was disappointed that I couldn't participate in the war, too young, but at Chapel Hill I was a member of Captain Allen, as I remember, the Canadian, the non-SATC boys.”
“I get the feeling that, on the part of Charlotte, Greensboro and especially State, the Board of the Consolidated University forces are really Chapel Hill forces, which is what you just said exactly, and that at least on a very subdued level many people wouldn't have been unhappy if anything changed.”
“Maybe we'll start with your career at the University of North Carolina and what Chapel Hill was like in the years that you were there right after World War I. GEORGE WATTS HILL:”
“And a lot of N.C. State people and UNCG people felt like that was indeed the case, and it would be better off under some kind of other structure that will dilute that concentration of influence on the Chapel Hill campus.”
“An author from here in Chapel Hill wrote a book called The Sand”
“I was sixteen and I gave Billy Carmichael my scholarship to Chapel Hill so he was a class ahead of me, class of '21,”
“My father and mother thought I was too young to come to Chapel Hill and meet all the problems that were involved — women and gambling and all the rest of the stuff. [laughter] I was a good young boy and an only son, I had two younger sisters — now Mrs. DuBose and”
“The Original Seven astronauts learned much of their celestial navigation at the domed Morehead Planetarium, built in 1949 on the campus of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill by alumnus John Motley Morehead III the inventor of a new process for manufacturing calcium carbide and a founder of Union Carbide.”
“Churchment than the rolls which are in Chapel Hill would indicate.”
“And, it wasn't intended this way at all but it sort of became everybody against Chapel Hill because Chapel Hill was leading the fight against it, and the University Board of Trustees, with its Executive”
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