The GAA's Tar Heel Network hosted a reception for mem-
bers of the N.C. General Assembly and other state leaders in
early April. Addressing the crowd, Chancellor James Moeser
stressed UNC's excellence in academics as well as athletics, dis-
playing an ad that appeared in The Washington Post the day after
the Heels won the national championship. The ad highlighted
the academic champions UNC has produced, including 38
Rhodes Scholars. The Tar Heel Network supports UNC's
priorities through advocacy with legislators.
Bob Cox ' 49, David Ferrels
' 93 and Lucius Pullen ' 54
(JD) - and a view of
Raleigh from The Cardinal
Above, from left, Phyllis May, Michael
May ' 65, N.C. Secretary of State
Baine Marshall and Betty McCain ' 52.
At right, William Lawrence Jr. ' 89
and David Gregg ' 97.
Below, N.C. Secretary of Crime
Control and Public Safety Bryan
Beatty ' 87 (JD) and Rhonda
Beatty ' 87.
Chancellor James Moeser
shows The Washington Post
ad that touts UNC's 38
Rhodes Scholars and other
Left, Rep. Deborah Ross
' 90 (JD), Marisa Grant '03,
Michele Grant and Secretary
of Administration Gwynn
Below left, Jack and Nancy
Cummings and Professor
Walter · Sklp· Bollenbacher.
Below, Charlie Winston ' 53
and Ro Winston with Tony
Reevy ' 86 (MBA) of the
From left, Ruffin Poole ' 94, GAA Treasurer and Sen. Tony Rand '61, faculty member
Ferrel Guillory, Tar Heel Network Chairman Tom Lambeth ' 57 and J.B. Buxton ' 92.
Rep. Paul Stam ' 75 (JD), Tana Estes '03 and Gerry Cohen ' 72, who Is on the Legislature's staff.
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