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Saturday April 17th

Abigail Pittman


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Sophomores Abigail Eastley, left, and Maya Tadross, right, founded the UNC OCD support group after realizing that there wasn't a specific resource for OCD on campus. Their group meets each week, alternating between social meetings and info meetings, where they highlight different OCD treatment techniques and medicines. The key thing, Eastley says, is that people know OCD is more than just being neat.

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Sophomores Abigail Eastley, left, and Maya Tadross, right, founded the UNC OCD support group after realizing that there wasn't a specific resource for OCD on campus. Their group meets each week, alternating between social meetings and info meetings, where they highlight different OCD treatment techniques and medicines. The key thing, Eastley says, is that people know OCD is more than just being neat.

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Anna Jordan, ‘22, the owner of AnnaBanana Jewelry, shows off a pair of earrings from her newest collection on February 15, 2021 at McCorkle Place. Jordan used to make faux leather pieces, she said, but now the business focuses on clay and resin jewelry.

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DTH Photo Illustration. After students returned to campus in August, COVID-19 cases/clusters quickly rose, attracted national attention surrounding UNC's failed reopening.

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