30 Years and Counting
The Mu Zeta chapter of
Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity celebrated its 30th anniversary
March 31 to April 2 with a
reunion and plenty of fanfare,
including a family cookout, the
Black and Gold 30th
anniversary ball, a game of golf, a
"Greek Freak" step show and a
College service project.
At right and below, newly
admitted students and
their family members get
to know current students, alumni and representatives of UNC at a
ted·student reception for
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Above, Malcolm Logan 'S6, Asa Bell ' 86 and
Allan Younger 'SO at the Bell Tower.
At left, Renita Battle 'S6 holds daughter Peyton
Amara Battle. Trevaughn Eubanks ' 87 stands
Spring is in Session
About 430 Morehead Scholar alumni gathered on
campus for a weekend fonm1 in April. Before the
event, many alWl1ni wrote into the reunion message
board. Kim Barrett Kwok ' 86 of San Francisco noted
that her first Morehead Alumni Forum in 2003 "moti-
vated me to make the life changes I was pondering
but didn't think I could tackle - not yet, anyway. It's
amazing what can happen in a room full of e>-.1:raordi-
nary people. Carolina in the spring, with a room full
of Moreheads ... nothing could be finer!"
From left, moderator Steven Aldrich 'S1 and panelists Alec Hudnut ' 87, Robbie
Bach ' 84 and Mike Lunsford 'SO present "The Future of Technology - What's
on the Horizon?" at a Morehead Alumni Forum discussion session.
Welcome Class of 2010
Alumni, staffand friends ofUNC helped prospective
students celebrate their acceptance letters at 10 admitted-student receptions this spring hosted by the GAA through-
out North Carolina and in Atlanta, Washington, D.c., and
New York. In addition to sharing experiences, many atten-
dees answered questions to help newly admitted students
see the many reasons for choosing Carolina.