Campbell, Karl

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The Graham Plan: A Missed Opportunity For Reform In Collegiate Athletics 2016 808 Frank Porter Graham was arguably the greatest president of the UNC system, and certainly was an influential figure for following leaders in North Carolina’s higher education. In 1930, he became the president of the University of North Carolina at Cha...
Helms, Hunt, And Whiteness: The 1984 Senate Campaign In North Carolina 2017 880 In 1984, the Democratic governor of North Carolina, Jim Hunt, challenged Republican Jesse Helms for his seat in the United States Senate, and the contest proved to be the most expensive non-presidential election in American history up to that time. T...
Watauga College And The Professionalization Of Student Affairs, A Case Study 2017 240 This thesis examines the recent emergence of the profession of student affairs and its effects on Watauga College, a residential college within Appalachian State University. Watauga College will be used as a historical case study of the impact of th...
The Man On The Monument: Heritage And Hate In Lexington, North Carolina 2019 5 Confederate monuments were brought into the national spotlight after the Unite the Right Rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, and the murder of African Americans worshipping in a church in Charleston, South Carolina. The debate over how to define Conf...