What Happens When a University Tries to Sell Unneeded Property?

by George Leef

North Carolina State is in that position. It owns a large tract of forest in eastern North Carolina, 120 miles from the campus in Raleigh. School officials want to sell the property and will apparently get to do so, but some students and professors are upset. Jesse Saffron explains the dispute in Monday’s Pope Center piece.

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