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Kevin Guskiewicz addresses a small crowd of people while standing on the the new stone ramp of the Old Well.

(photo by Johnny Andrews)

Chancellor Kevin Guskiewicz speaks during a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the reopening of the Old Well as a new academic year begins. Renovations to the beloved UNC-Chapel Hill landmark, which was closed during the summer, included installing a sloped pathway and lowering the drinking fountain to improve accessibility for all visitors. During the project’s construction, Summer School students in the Field School in North American Archaeology were able to excavate the area for historic artifacts.

Published in the Fall 2023 issue | The Scoop

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