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are available for $6 each,
Here's a sampl ing of what you 'll find :
o November/ D ecember 2001:
The campus reacts to Sept. 11 as alumni remember lostjriends;
putting the "chapel" back in Chapel Hill; prqftle oj NPR~ Carl
Kasel! ' 56; jaculty essay about the role ojfine arts, by the chair oj
UNC~ department oj music.
o September/October 2001:
UNC's hOl10r code; how Carolina got the Ackland Art Nluseu I'I'I;
men.'s basketball; il'nages oj a disappearing South; aJaculty essay
by Michael R. Smith ' 78 aD) 01" Carolina's legacy ofpublic
o July/August 2001:
Prqftle oj Episcopal Bishop john Shelby SpOllg ' 52; listening to a
lost time at Wilson Library;Jaculty Chair Sue EstroiJon Carolina's
potential GI·,d the bel'uifits oj taking risks; prqftle oj UNC~ new
head jootball coach, j ohn Blmting ' 72.
o May/June 2001:
Carolilla~ class gifts over the decades; prqftle of Chicago teacher Greg
Michie' 85; a veterallJacultl' member looks at the possibilities oj the
electronic college; an ahmma and agraduating sellior photograph the
UJorld of ROl1lania~ children; living diversity: the UNI TAS progrQ/lI.
o March/April 2001 :
Anllual report 01' 1 adl'nissiolls at UNC: The persollal essay al'ld
how it~ used; profile oj actor Michael CUl1lpsty ' 82; a campus
history oj dining;Jacult), essay by james Peacock; re/'nembering
1965 and the still-unsolved lI7Iuder in the Arboretum.
o January/February 2001:
The impact oj the bond issue; Fred Brooks al'ld virtual reality at
Carolil'la; students with disabilities and how UNC creates
stepping stones; the j oh.nston Center renews the Graham
o November/December 2000:
Genetics research at UNCi prqftle of Chancellorj ames Moeser;
Gaston Caperton ' 63 takes the College Board ill new directions;
Mel Levine works to change the wa.y schools teach; a.n essay on
one student's post-graduatioll years in Costa Rica.
o September/O ctober 2000:
New laptop reql,lirel/'lfnt and its wolving applications;jootball sea-
SOl1 2001; Carolina's glassblowers supply lab equipment;
an alumna's personal essay about Merchants' Millpond;
Malt DoherlY ' 84 retul'lls to UNC basketball, as h.ead coach.
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