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Minor sets the stage for alumni success

The Writing for the Screen and Stage Program at Carolina is an interdisciplinary writing program housed in the communication department. As a two-year minor, it offers undergraduate students, from all disciplines, the unique opportunity to focus specifically on the craft of dramatic writing and is designed for those considering writing careers in theatre, film, television or the web.

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Water Over the Bridge

Every single day, all over the world, the sea creeps up the coastline, and the distance between the top of the water and the bottom of bridges decreases, eliminating the possibility of shipping traffic for global freight to get under those structures. UNC American studies professor Rachel Willis is developing global ideas and solutions to help port communities cope with the impact of climate change.

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The Keepers of our Coast

To better protect coastal communities, researchers from UNC-Chapel Hill are teaming up with researchers from Oregon State to conduct studies on North Carolina's sand dunes. How do they grow? How do they change over time? What environments promote dune growth?

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PlayMakers stages Shakespeare for all

PlayMakers Repertory Company, the professional theater in residence at UNC's College of Arts & Sciences, has always had a long relationship with the works of William Shakespeare, bringing them to the University and local communities.

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Artists After Hours: Andy Lang

Introducing Artists After Hours, an occasional feature in which we interview faculty, staff and students who pursue artistic avocations in areas not directly related to their day jobs and studies. Up first, Andy Lang, director of the Office of Arts and Sciences Information Services (OASIS), who is also an organist, flutist and gymnast,

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