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Assistant Data Editor Anh Nguyen in 2007. Photo Courtesy of Anh Nguyen.

Office DJ: Songs for a karaoke session

"Classics like Cẩm Vân’s 'Hà Nội Mùa Này Vắng Những Cơn Mưa' and Lệ Quyên’s 'Để Nhớ Một Thời Ta Đã Yêu' always warrant a rendition when they come on shuffle, according to my parents. loved ballads from the late 90s and early 2000s that made them nostalgic for the Vietnam they grew up in."

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The UNC field hockey team lifts head coach Karen Shelton while celebrating their victory after the NCAA Field Hockey Championship game against Northwestern in Storrs, Conn. on Sunday, Nov. 20, 2022. UNC beat Northwestern 2-1.

UNC field hockey avenges last year's loss to Northwestern in defining championship win

The UNC field hockey team secured their 10th NCAA Tournament win against Northwestern — the team they lost this title to in last year's final — due to a late goal by senior Erin Matson this Sunday.  Despite UNC dominating possession and putting nine shots on goal to Northwestern’s one, the game ultimately came down to the wire.  “I told you before that the team last year that we lost to, Northwestern, we would not lose to them again,” UNC senior forward Paityn Wirth said. “And my word stands by that.”

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The UNC field hockey team celebrates their victory after the NCAA Field Hockey Championship game against Northwestern in Storrs, Conn. on Sunday, Nov. 20, 2022. UNC beat Northwestern 2-1.

UNC field hockey claims tenth NCAA title with 2-1 triumph over Northwestern

STORRS, Conn.— The No. 1 North Carolina field hockey team (21-0) defeated the Northwestern Wildcats (20-5) to clinch the national championship with a final score of 2-1 on Sunday.  The North Carolina defense had an exceptional last outing, allowing only one shot on goal the entire game.  This is the Tar Heels’ first undefeated season since 2019, and their fifth undefeated season as a program. This game brings seniors Matson and Sholder’s college career to a close.

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