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Junior biology major Thoai Vu practicing the violin in Hill Hall on Tuesday, Oct. 22, 2019. Vu is the president and founder of Heeling in Harmony. Vu said that the club "aims to promote healing and improve quality of life through music and music related activities."

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Junior biology major Thoai Vu practicing the violin in Hill Hall on Tuesday, Oct. 22, 2019. Vu is the president and founder of Heeling in Harmony. Vu said that the club "aims to promote healing and improve quality of life through music and music related activities."


Dr. Susan DeLaney, 66, of Chapel Hill, working in her office on Saturday, Oct. 5, 2019 at The Wellness Alliance in Carrboro. DeLaney is a naturopathic general practitioner and uses natural medicines to treat various ailments.

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Dr. Susan DeLaney, 66, of Chapel Hill, working in her office on Saturday, Oct. 5, 2019 at The Wellness Alliance in Carrboro. DeLaney is a naturopathic general practitioner and uses natural medicines to treat various ailments.


First-year Cassie Teixeira, exercise and sports science major, helping students at the voter registration drive on Wednesday, Oct. 9, 2019. Teixeira works for March For Our Lives UNC-CH. "Everyone has the right to vote and it's very important to use that right," Teixeria said.

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First-year Cassie Teixeira, exercise and sports science major, helping students at the voter registration drive on Wednesday, Oct. 9, 2019. Teixeira works for March For Our Lives UNC-CH. "Everyone has the right to vote and it's very important to use that right," Teixeria said.


First year Cassie Teixeira, exercise and sports science major, helping students at the voter registration drive. Teixeira was working for March For Our Lives UNC-CH. "Everyone has the right to vote and it's very important to use that right," Teixeria said.

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First year Cassie Teixeira, exercise and sports science major, helping students at the voter registration drive. Teixeira was working for March For Our Lives UNC-CH. "Everyone has the right to vote and it's very important to use that right," Teixeria said.


Chapel Hill resident, Dr. Edwin Kim, 55, working in the lab for the UNC Food Allergy Initiative at the Mary Ellen Jones building on Friday, Oct. 4, 2019. Kim and the UNC Food Allergy Initiative are developing peanut allergy treatments to make those with allergies less reactive to allergens. Kim's daughter and son both have nut allergies.

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Chapel Hill resident, Dr. Edwin Kim, 55, working in the lab for the UNC Food Allergy Initiative at the Mary Ellen Jones building on Friday, Oct. 4, 2019. Kim and the UNC Food Allergy Initiative are developing peanut allergy treatments to make those with allergies less reactive to allergens. Kim's daughter and son both have nut allergies.


Chapel Hill resident, Dr. Edwin Kim, 55, working in the lab for the UNC Food Allergy Initiative at the Mary Ellen Jones building on Friday, Oct. 4, 2019. Kim and the UNC Food Allergy Initiative are developing peanut allergy treatments to make those with allergies less reactive to allergens. Kim's daughter and son both have nut allergies.

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Chapel Hill resident, Dr. Edwin Kim, 55, working in the lab for the UNC Food Allergy Initiative at the Mary Ellen Jones building on Friday, Oct. 4, 2019. Kim and the UNC Food Allergy Initiative are developing peanut allergy treatments to make those with allergies less reactive to allergens. Kim's daughter and son both have nut allergies.


Chapel Hill resident, Dr. Edwin Kim, 55, working in the lab for the UNC Food Allergy Initiative at the Mary Ellen Jones building on Friday, Oct. 4, 2019. Kim and the UNC Food Allergy Initiative are developing peanut allergy treatments to make those with allergies less reactive to allergens. Kim's daughter and son both have nut allergies.

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Chapel Hill resident, Dr. Edwin Kim, 55, working in the lab for the UNC Food Allergy Initiative at the Mary Ellen Jones building on Friday, Oct. 4, 2019. Kim and the UNC Food Allergy Initiative are developing peanut allergy treatments to make those with allergies less reactive to allergens. Kim's daughter and son both have nut allergies.


Chapel Hill resident Dr. Susan DeLaney, 66, working in her office on Oct. 5 at The Wellness Alliance in Carrboro. Delaney is a naturopathic general practitioner and uses natural medicines to treat various ailments.

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Chapel Hill resident Dr. Susan DeLaney, 66, working in her office on Oct. 5 at The Wellness Alliance in Carrboro. Delaney is a naturopathic general practitioner and uses natural medicines to treat various ailments.