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The Frog Family

Every summer, biologists Karin and David Pfennig, along with their daughters, conduct fieldwork on spadefoot toads.
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Sleuths in the Archives

Students in an Honors undergraduate seminar spent last semester trying to understand how the University survived financially, in part, from the sale of enslaved people.
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The Lion of Greenlaw

After teaching for 53 years at Carolina, professor Christopher Armitage turns the page on his next chapter.
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Terry Rhodes is handed the baton

Brava! to the new dean of the College of Arts & Sciences.
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Inside This Issue

The Frog Family: The Pfennigs dig amphibians. Plus: The Lion of Greenlaw; Sleuths in the Archives and more. Read this issue as a PDF.

Terry Rhodes, at the piano, plays music with three students

Letter From the Dean

In its 227-year history, Carolina has witnessed a number of events that rocked the world, from world wars to the Spanish flu of 1918. Whatever challenges lie ahead, I am confident that we will rally as Tar Heels have always done.

Jodi Magness discusses her Huqoq mosaics research at Wayne Community College.

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In partnership with the Carolina Center for Jewish Studies and Carolina Public Humanities, Barry and Jan Schochet created the Sidney and Mary Schochet Family Series on Jewish Life and Culture, which supports UNC-Chapel Hill faculty travel to community colleges throughout the state to present their research, particularly on topics related to Judaism.

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