GAA Board of Directors who also received
an MBA from UNC in 1984. Members
attend alumni receptions, travel to high
schools to speak about Carolina and, in
1982, became the University’s official student ambassadors.
Interacting with alumni and others on
campus helped Loweth connect more
deeply with UNC. “It was different than the
way I was connected to the University
through my sorority or connected through
my academic program,” she said.
PHOHTOS COURTESY OF ORDER OF THE BELL TOWER
Order of the Bell Tower members socialize in 1994, left; Laurie
Norman ’ 83, sophomore and current member Joey DeRusso and
Harriet Morrison Loweth ’ 82 enjoy a sunny reunion, top; a jack-o’-lantern tribute to the OBT anniversary.
GIVE A YEAR
2011 Calendar by Artist Elaine O’Neil
This holiday season, give a gift as original as its recipient.
Elaine O’Neil, textile collage artist, has collaborated with the N.C. Cancer Hospital to create 12 scenes that highlight the beauty and character of
North Carolina. Instead of using paint, she creates each image using a myriad of fabric colors and textures, all painstakingly sewn together.
These inspiring pieces have been photographed and reproduced as an 11” x 14” calendar, each month suitable for framing. Proceeds benefit the
N.C. Cancer Hospital, the clinical home of the nationally-recognized UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center, the state’s only public
comprehensive cancer center.
Great to give as gifts – to yourself, family and friends – the calendar is a lovely tribute to our great state, and a year-round reminder that you have
made a difference in the life of cancer patients.
Calendars available for $30 each, plus shipping. To order, visit
or call (919) 966-5905.
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