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Dr. Matthew Walter Collander (’05 BSBA) of Chicago has completed his medical residency in emergency medicine and has been named an emergency
room physician at Central DuPage Hospital.
Katie McGill Burkholder (’05 AB) and Adam
Bresler Burkholder (’05 BSASC) of Mebane;
a son, Rhett Thomas Burkholder, on Dec. 11,
2013. ◆ Dr. Matthew Walter Collander (’05
BSBA) and Lauren Gavin Collander of Chicago;
a son, Brayden Matthew Collander, on Dec. 18,
2013. ◆ Margaret Ann Hughes Gonella (’05
ABJM) and John Felix Gonella III of Charlotte; a
son, John Felix Gonella IV, on Dec. 3, 2013.
Jennifer Eileen Newton (’06 MHA), 49, of Wilmington; March 12, 2014. Newton was a human
resources business partner at New Hanover Regional Medical Center for 14 years. She served
on the board of directors of Cape Fear Group
Homes for adults with developmental disabilities.
Atrayus Omar Goode (’07 AB) of Durham has
received the N.C. Governor’s Medallion for Volunteer Service in recognition of his work as founder
and executive director of Movement of Youth, a
comprehensive education mentoring program for
middle and high school students. Goode founded
Movement for Youth in 2006 as an undergraduate at UNC, modeling it on a program he went
through, 100 Black Men of America. ◆ Anna Jane
Joyner (’07 AB) of Black Mountain was the focus of
“Preacher’s Daughter,” an episode of the Showtime
series Years of Living Dangerously. The episode
aired on May 4. Joyner’s work with the campaign
Beyond Coal and her differences of opinion with
her father, a megachurch preacher who does not
believe in climate change, are the focus of the episode. ◆ Rebecca Kate Miller (’07 MSLS) of Blacksburg, Va., and Heather M. Moorefield-Lang (’08
EdD) have edited Tablet Computers in the Academic
Library with Carolyn Meier. The book includes case
studies, best practices and a survey of tablets
and mobile-computing devices used in academic
settings and is accompanied by an online course,
“iPads, Tablets and Gadgets in the Library.” Miller
is the college librarian for sciences, life sciences
and engineering at Virginia Tech.
Katherine Marie Curfman (’07 BSBA) and Ryan
Scott Gardiner (’07 ABJM) of New York.
William Bryan Gentry (’08 AB) of Roxboro has
received the Ned Brooks Award for Public Service
from UNC. Gentry is the assistant director and
executive programs director for the Community Preparedness and Disaster Management
Program in the Gillings School of Global Public
Health. ◆ Brandon J. Huffman (’08 ABJM) of
Raleigh has been named an associate at Stevens
Martin Vaughn & Tadych PLLC. Huffman focuses
his practice on issues dealing with media, Internet, privacy and entertainment law. ◆ Heather M.
Moorefield-Lang (’08 EdD) of Christiansburg, Va.,
and Rebecca Kate Miller (’07 MSLS) have edited
Tablet Computers in the Academic Library with
Carolyn Meier. The book includes case studies,
best practices and a survey of tablets and mobile
computing devices used in academic settings
and is accompanied by an online course, “iPads,
Tablets and Gadgets in the Library.” Moorefield-Lang is the college librarian for education
and applied social sciences at Virginia Tech.
Nov. 14–16, 2014
Class of ’09
SAVE the DATE
Benjamin Anthony Baden (’09 ABJM) of Nashville, Tenn., has been named an account executive at McNeely Pigott & Fox Public Relations.
◆ Andrew Constantine Gretes (’09 MAT) of
Newport News, Va., has published his first novel,
How to Dispose of Dead Elephants, the story of a
young man with epilepsy and a Korean adoptee
of unknown origins who end up on a journey
together after one of them decides to find the
meaning behind a craving to doodle over Aesop
fables. Gretes’ short stories and poems have
appeared in Fiction Fix, The Monarch Review and
Emerge Literary Journal.
Susie Elizabeth Baker (’09 ABJM) and David
Michael Boles (’09 AB) of Greensboro. ◆ Lindsey
Jeanne Paytes (’09 ABJM) and Michael Joseph
Crook (’09 AB) of Cary.
Sergio Acero (’09 AB), 26, of Chapel Hill; March
1, 2014. Acero was a third-year student in the
UNC School of Dentistry. As an undergraduate at
UNC, he was involved with Project Uplift.
Katie-Leigh Virginia Lubinsky (’ 11 BAJMC) and
Mark Ian Corder (’ 11 BS) of Cary.
Sara Elizabeth Cowell (’ 13 BAJMC) of Greenville
has won the First Documentary Film Contest
sponsored by Our State magazine for her film
Mountain Style. The film is about a 67-year-old
Banner Elk resident who has been working on
handcrafted banjos, violins, dulcimers and
guitars in a small shed since 1967. Cowell made
the film while attending a photojournalism workshop at the UNC School of Journalism and Mass
Communication during the summer of 2013.
DTH CROSSWORD: SOLUTION from page 106
POP QUIZ: ANS WERS from page 102
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1. F. Hector’s was locally famous for Greek grilled cheeses.
2. C. Grasshopper pie was “made with booze, not bugs” at Harry’s.
3. E. The Big Bird is the turkey, bacon and tomato omelet at Ye Olde Waffle Shoppe.
4. A. “A chewy, elongated, highly inedible half-pound rustled steer” was how the Rathskeller menu
described the Double Gambler.
5. B. The Raging Bull, the Flying Chicken and the Flying Mayan were staples at Flying Burrito.
6. J. The Eye Opener is Carolina Coffee Shop’s two-egg breakfast.
7. D. A slice of Jack Ruby — “just a really good gut shot” — could be had at Pepper’s Pizza.
8. H. You’ll find brown sugar baby back ribs at Spanky’s.
9. I. Shrimp and grits at Crook’s Corner are a Chapel Hill institution.
10. G. If you never ate a late-night chicken and cheddar biscuit at Time-Out, you may never actually
have been out late.
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