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Index of selected articles 
from the September 2001 issue 
of the North Carolina Magazine

C o v e r  S t o r y

Designing the Future

 The $3.1 billion bond issue passed last November is fueling the boom 
in campus renovations and expansions at our universities and community colleges — 
and changing the face of higher education in the state.

I n d u s t r i a l  D e v e l o p m e n t

Priming the Pump
Although not without its flaws, the Bill Lee Act 
is achieving the essence of what it was designed to do 
when it was implemented five years ago; that is, 
helping companies in the Tar Heel state expand.

E x e c u t i v e  P r o f i l e

Passion for Teaching
Nan Keohane is said by many to be the best president 
in Duke University’s history, and that may be because 
her first and strongest love is for the classroom.

S p e c i a l  S e c t i o n

Statesville's Still Soaring
The centerpiece of Iredell County continues to shine, 
as Statesville earns a second helping of honors 
as America’s best small city for corporate facilities.

D e p a r t m e n t s
Editor’s Desk
State Government
Executive Voices
Publisher’s Column
Tar Heel Travels

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