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Did you know that as a UNC alum, you could save up to $427.96 or more on Liberty Mutual Auto
Insurance? 1 You could save even more if you also insure your home with us. Plus, you’ll receive quality
coverage from a partner you can trust, with features and options that can include Accident Forgiveness2,
New Car Replacement3, and Lifetime Repair Guarantee. 4
This organization receives financial support for allowing Liberty Mutual to offer this auto and home insurance program.
1Discounts are available where state laws and regulations allow, and may vary by state. Figure reflects average national savings for customers who
switched to Liberty Mutual’s group auto and home program. Based on data collected between 1/1/2012 and 6/30/2012. Individual premiums and
savings will vary. To the extent permitted by law, applicants are individually underwritten; not all applicants may qualify. 2For qualifying customers only.
Subject to terms and conditions of Liberty Mutual’s underwriting guidelines. Not available in CA and may vary by state. 3Applies to a covered total loss.
Your car must be less than one year old, have fewer than 15,000 miles and have had no previous owner. Does not apply to leased vehicles or
motorcycles. Subject to applicable deductible. Not available in NC or W Y. 4Loss must be covered by your policy. Not available in AK. Coverage
provided and underwritten by Liberty Mutual Insurance Company and its affiliates, 175 Berkeley Street, Boston, MA. ©2013 Liberty Mutual Insurance
From 1842 to the early 1970s, with some
gaps, a diploma came with a Bible. In 1982,
some new grads were newer than others.
Let them eat truisms
Television pioneer Ted Turner is widely
remembered as one of the least-prepared
and briefest speakers — on one of the hot-
test graduation days ever.
“This will be the most challenging
time that any group of human beings has
ever faced,” he said. “And you, folks, with
this tremendous education from this great
university, have got the kind of background
and education that you need to tackle it.”
1996: The unthinkable
At dawn on Commencement Day, Mother’s Day, the Phi Gamma Delta fraternity
house went up in an inferno that took the
lives of five students; passersby just minutes
earlier had seen nothing. The fire started
in the basement and shot upward through
two flights of open stairwell. Grieving soon
gave way to action: Among the Greeks,
only one sorority house had a sprinkler
system at the time, and only three dorms.
Sprinklers became a requirement.