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Back issues of the Carolina Alumni Review
are available for $6 each.
Here 's a sampl ing of what you 'll find:
o September/October 2001:
UNC's honor code; h.ow Carolina got the Ackland Art M14seum;
men's basketball; images ofa disappearing South; afacuity essay
by Michael R. Smith ' 78 aD) 01' 1 Carolina's legacy ofp",blic
o July/August 2001:
Profile of Episcopal Bishop John Shelby Spong' 52; listening to a
lost time at Wilsol7 Library;faculty Chair Sue Estrc!lfon Carolina's
potential and the benifirs of taking risks; profile of UNC's I'lew
headfootball coach, John Bunting' 72.
o May/June 2001:
Carolina's class ~fts over the decades; profile of Chicago teacher Greg
Michie' 85; a veteran faculty member looks at the possibilities oj the
electronic college; an alumna and agraduating senior photograph the
world oj R oll1arlia's children; living diversity: the UNI TAS program.
o March/April 2001:
Annual report on admissions at UNC: The personal essay and
how it's used; profile of actor Michael CUl1lPSty ' 82; a campus
history of dining; faculty essay by James Peacock; remembering
1965 and the still-unsoh,ed murder ill the Arboretum.
o January/February 2001:
The impact of the bond issue; Fred Brooks arid virtual reality
at Carolina; students with disabilities and how UNC creates
stepping stones; the Johnston Center renews the Graham
o November/December 2000:
Gmetics research at UNC; profile oj Chancellor James Moeser;
Gasto/"/. Caperton ' 63 takes the College Board in new direc-
tions; Mel Levine works to c/ia/1ge the Lila)' sch.ools teach; an.
essay on one stl.dent's pose-graduation years il1 Costa Rica.
o September/October 2000:
New laptop requirement and its e1!oivil7g applicatiol'ls;footbaLl
season 2001; Carolina's glassblowers supply lab equipment;
an alumna's personal essay abou.t Merchants' Millpond;
Malt Doherty ' 84 retur17S to UNC basketball, as head coach.
o July/August 2000:
Provost Dick Richardson retires while delivering serious words
about UNC'sfuture; an in-depth report into Carolina's need
for renovations and repairs; F- 15 pilot Lt. Sheila Johnson ' 96;
UNC basketball star Charlie Scott ' 70 broke racial boundaries.
Send your check, payable to the GAA, to the Carolina Alumni Review, p , O . Box 660 Chapel Hill, NC 27514-0660.
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