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“Fun and a little scary”—the changing world of television

May 4, 2015

While it's a great time to be fan of television, it's a very challenging time to be an employee in television. Continue reading

Scholars honored by Chancellor Folt

June 1, 2016

Three Morehead-Cain Scholars are among those honored by Chancellor Carol L. Folt with the Chancellor's Award—UNC's most prestigious award for academic achievement and leadership... Continue reading

Hadley Heath Manning ’10 lands on Forbes’ list of 30 Under 30

January 6, 2016

Hadley Heath Manning has been named to Forbes' 30 Under 30 list in law and policy. The Director of Health Policy at the IWF, her... Continue reading

Venroy July ’04 builds resume inside and outside the ring

August 28, 2014

He’s a scholar, attorney, and entrepreneur. Venroy July ’04 is also a world-ranked cruiserweight boxer. And if that makes your head spin, imagine how his opponents must feel—six of July’s sixteen wins have come via knockout. “Being an attorney is

Caitlin Reed ’95 honored by Johns Hopkins

September 15, 2016

Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health is honoring Caitlin Reed for her work helping treat and cure diseases across the U.S. and the world. Continue reading

Sculptor’s work draws a crowd

August 19, 2014

The latest project by sculptor Thomas Sayre ’73 gained a dedicated following, according to The News & Observer—even before it went on display. Sayre turned the grounds of The Cypress, a senior living center in Raleigh, into an outdoor art