Issue: Fall 2015
Enjoy this recipe courtesy of Jennifer Ho, an associate professor in the department of English and comparative literature.
A lot goes in to the making of our magazine covers, and this food photo shoot was no exception. The creative concept and photography was the brainchild of Steve Exum ’92 and his team.
American Studies Professor Marcie Cohen Ferris writes in her book “The Edible South: The Power of Food and the Making of an American Region” (UNC Press, 2014): “Food reflects both our national and our regional culture as surely as do art, literature, music, politics and religion.”
Lily Clarke ’16 captured this picture of her cousins several years ago when taking them out for ice cream in Fairview, N.C.
Nothing beats this homespun version of clam chowder, sans cream, sans razzmatazz. Nothing to it — “nothing” being a few worthy items: chewy, flavor-packed clams; potatoes; onions; and a handful of bacon.
A new perspective on the Revolutionary War, tales of North Carolina’s waterways, the dramatic story of the Wilmington Ten and more.
Farmer’s Daughter: A career pivot leads to the launch of a food line celebrating Southern pickles and preserves
April McGreger ’02 of Farmer’s Daughter strives to promote sustainable, small-scale agriculture and handmade preserving. The company sells mostly pickles and Southern-style preserves.
With NC Choices, Sarah Blacklin ’06 focuses on the pasture-based meat industry, working as an advocate and cooperative extension educator for everyone across the supply chain from farmers to chefs.
Cherished Pages: A cookbook author celebrates the stories about food that bring communities together
Award-winning cookbook author Sheri Castle (RTVMP ’82) was 4 when she created her first recipe: a smoothie-like concoction she called “Hawaiian Tropic Delight.”
UNC’s Hill Hall, the historic heart of the music department, closed in early June to begin an expected 18-month, $15 million renovation.
UNC-Chapel Hill Chancellor Carol L. Folt welcomed renowned physicist Stephen Hawking in front of a sold-out crowd at the Hawking Radiation Conference in Stockholm in late August.
David Gardner Frey (AB ’64, JD ’67), pictured with Dean Karen Gil and his wife, Judy, received a 2015 Dean’s Award for Distinguished Service to the College.
With hours of hand-sewing and creative crafting, Carolina’s graduate costume production students are working their way onto a platform even bigger than the stage.
Kia Caldwell was appointed by Dean Karen Gil to become the College’s second director of faculty diversity initiatives. Her teaching and research focus on gender and race in Brazil, black feminism, HIV/AIDS, health policy and human rights.
Two professors have been named inaugural Andrew Carnegie Fellows by the Carnegie Corporation of New York.