From left to right are
Tricia Cotham ’06
(MSA), Rep. Pricey
Harrison ’ 85 (JD)
and Laura Edwards
Chancellor James Moeser and UNC System President
Erskine Bowles ’ 67 thanked legislators for their past
support and pled the case for their budgets at the 17th
annual Legislative Reception, hosted by the GAA’s Tar
Heel Network on April 4. More than 150 legislators
and UNC administrators, students, alumni and friends
gathered at Raleigh’s Cardinal Club to talk about
Carolina’s needs and its vision. The Clefs, Carolina’s all-male a cappella group sponsored by the GAA, also led
the crowd in singing Hark the Sound.
Below, from left:
Ferrel Guillory of
UNC’s Program on
Public Life talks with
Sen. and GAA
Treasurer Tony Rand
’ 61 and GAA board
McMillan ’ 64.
Above, Rep. Dale Folwell,
Transportation Secretary Lyndo
Tippett ’ 61 and Frederick Aikens ’ 79
McLaughlin ’ 93,
Cobb ’ 71, Sen. Katie
Dorsett and William
“Piggie” Potter ’ 66.
Right, UNC System Chief of Staff Jeff
Davies ’ 76 and N.C. Senate general
counsel Tonya Williams ’ 95.
Left, the crowd sings Hark
President Eve Carson
and outgoing student
body President James
Above, Chancellor James Moeser and UNC System President Erskine
Bowles ’ 67.
At left, the Clef Hangers performed several songs before leading the
other Tar Heels — born and bred — in singing UNC’s alma mater and