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A View of Two Glaciers

UNC junior Carly Onnink was inspired to write this poem after participating in fieldwork last summer through the Juneau Icefield Research Program.…

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Celebrating Carolina’s 225th

To celebrate Carolina's 225th birthday, artist and alumnus Will Black created a collage of the University’s most iconic structures and landscape features.…

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Justin Baumann, a Ph.D. student in the College’s department of marine sciences, works alongside Mariko Wallen, a local diver, in Placencia, Belize. To gather data on how certain types of coral respond to stressors (like warmer water temperatures), Baumann partnered with Fragments of Hope, a Belizean NGO dedicated to conserving coral reefs in the Caribbean. (photo by Mary Lide Parker)

Conserving Corals in the Caribbean

Justin Baumann, a Ph.D. student in the College’s department of marine sciences, works alongside Mariko Wallen, a local diver, in Placencia, Belize.

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Follow us and share

Tar Heels who travel the globe, are you willing to share your adventures? Follow @unccollege, @uncstudyabroad and @uncglobal on Instagram and use #HeelsAbroad to share your photos.

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Beads

An installation by Jim Hirschfield and Sonya Ishii, Beads welcomes visitors to the International Arrivals Hall in Terminal E of George Bush International Airport in Houston.

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All-Purpose Rub

Many rub recipes are for particular kinds of meat, but here’s an all-purpose rub that’s good with everything from chicken to pork, beef to bologna. Shoot, it’s even good on popcorn.

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‘Michelle and Jimmy’ from ‘Removed’ (by Eric Pickersgill, MFA ’15)

Artist and photographer Eric Pickersgill’s photo project “Removed” captures people absorbed in their mobile devices. The only catch? The devices have been removed.

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American Childhood

Lily Clarke ’16 captured this picture of her cousins several years ago when taking them out for ice cream in Fairview, N.C.

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Congratulations Class of 2015

Studio art major Linnea Lieth’s original illustration is a send-off gift for the Class of 2015.

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Southport, N.C.

A poem by Mackensie Pless ’15 reflects on the real — not Hollywood — image of Southport, N.C.

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Inside This Issue

Celebrating Carolina Firsts: National honors for first-gen efforts

Letter From the Dean

This issue celebrates the tenacity of our first-generation students — and a few of the uniquely Carolina programs that support them during their time on campus

Give to Carolina

Davie Hall is home to the department of psychology and neuroscience. Ann Rankin Cowan’s latest gift will establish a fund to support high-impact research in the department.

 

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