September/October 200 I
• aro Ina
The Next BestThing by David E. Brown ' 75
It took Carolina nine years in court to get William Hayes Ackland and the art
museum Duke didn't want.
On My Honor by Rebecca Morphis ' 97 and Lani Harac '01 (MA)
A high-profile cheating case has exposed the University's longstanding honor
system as rusty, clunky and in need of reconstruction.
A Test of Tradition by Alfred Hamilton]r. ' 65
With the Dean Smith transition past, and Matt Doherty ' 84 back from the
honeymoon, Carolina watches to see what new leadership and a vastly changed
college basketball world will mean to The Program.
Disappearing South by Dan Sears ' 74
Weekdays, the University's photographer goes where he's needed. He's been
spending some of his own time way out of town.
The LongView by Michael R. Smith ' 78 (JD)
The University of the People has a service commitment ofnearly 100 years.
Is it as strong as Edward Kidder Graham intended?
73 Marching to the Beat of a New Drum
75 Finger-Lickin' Dippin'
78 Dive into N.C.'s Salty Past
79 Club Scholarships Post Record Giving
3 From the Hill
• Planetarium Plus
• Rip in the Town Gown
• Football Fun Factor
• Basketball Schedules
• The Teaching Load
• Curriculum Revival
• Literary Renewal
Career Corner: 76 • Carolina Clubs: 80
GAA Calendar: 84 • Class Notes: 86
ON THE COVER: Students revisit their honor code pledge with a blue book signature
every time they take an exam. Many people think the effectiveness of the honor system is
a wide-open question. Photo by Sarah Mc Carty ' 96
128 Yours at Carolina
• Enlightened Self-Interest
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