November/December 200 I
September I I , 200 I
The campus fell silent. Then it sprang characteristically to life in anxious
days of vigil, giving and expression - some of it controver ial.
Goin' to the Chapel by David E. Brown ' 75
Some 65 years after the end of compulsory religious services at Carolina, a
proposal to set aside a place for faith observances is on the chancellor's desk.
The Wait is Over by Beth McNichol ' 95
Carl Kasell ' 56 starts warming up his classic radio voice at 1:05 a.m. each
day. By Friday, he's had enough of playing it straight.
The Long View by James E. Ketch
The chancellor's pronouncement that the fine arts don't always get the
attention they deserve at UNC was music to the ears of the chair of the
3 From the Hill
• The Swoosh Grow
• 'America's Nobel'
• Kenan Sets the Bar
• How We Rank
• Tuition Up a Notch
• Down Comes the Goalpost
• A Civil Rights Center
Career Corner: 64 • Carolina Clubs: 70
GAA Calendar: 74 • Class Notes: 76
ON T HE COVER: The center of the campus was a magnet for grief, and hope, in the
days after Sept. II with the construction of a Wall of Remembrance around the Polk
Place flag pole. Photo by Sorah McCorty ' 96
Volume 90, Number 6
I 12 Yours at Carolina
• Carolina Mourns