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Lital Sokolsky, 15 and from Cary, and Nika Shwartz, 14 and from Chapel Hill eating ice cream at Maple View Ice Cream on Sunday, March 17, 2019. Shwartz says "why not make ice cream the NC state frozen dessert?" Sokolsky says that ice cream is a good choice as the NC state frozen dessert because it's like the main frozen food." Maple View Ice Cream is delighted to hear that ice cream could be the state dessert.

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Lital Sokolsky, 15 and from Cary, and Nika Shwartz, 14 and from Chapel Hill eating ice cream at Maple View Ice Cream on Sunday, March 17, 2019. Shwartz says "why not make ice cream the NC state frozen dessert?" Sokolsky says that ice cream is a good choice as the NC state frozen dessert because it's like the main frozen food." Maple View Ice Cream is delighted to hear that ice cream could be the state dessert.


Duke students Annu Dahiya, 28, and MD Murtagh, 29, eating ice cream at Maple View Ice Cream on Sunday, March 17, 2019. Murtagh says that ice cream becoming the state frozen dessert of NC is one thing that Blue Devils and Tar Heels can come together on. Dahiya believes that ice cream is a good choice for the NC state frozen dessert because it can be inclusive with vegan options. Maple View Ice Cream is delighted to hear that ice cream could be the state dessert.

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Duke students Annu Dahiya, 28, and MD Murtagh, 29, eating ice cream at Maple View Ice Cream on Sunday, March 17, 2019. Murtagh says that ice cream becoming the state frozen dessert of NC is one thing that Blue Devils and Tar Heels can come together on. Dahiya believes that ice cream is a good choice for the NC state frozen dessert because it can be inclusive with vegan options. Maple View Ice Cream is delighted to hear that ice cream could be the state dessert.


Shane Steele-Pardue, a senior computer science major, plays on a Nintendo Switch on Monday, March 4, 2019 in the underground area of the Student Union. Steele-Pardue has been co-president of the UNC-CH Esports Club for two years and has involved with the club since his first year at UNC. The UNC-CH Esports Club worked with Carolina Housing to help create the esports gaming area in Craige Resident Hall. Steele-Pardue enjoys esports because they offer a "cool environment to see the best of the best play."

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Shane Steele-Pardue, a senior computer science major, plays on a Nintendo Switch on Monday, March 4, 2019 in the underground area of the Student Union. Steele-Pardue has been co-president of the UNC-CH Esports Club for two years and has involved with the club since his first year at UNC. The UNC-CH Esports Club worked with Carolina Housing to help create the esports gaming area in Craige Resident Hall. Steele-Pardue enjoys esports because they offer a "cool environment to see the best of the best play."


First-year Brian Cernoch, undeclared major, played for the UNC men's tennis team against Duke on Thursday, Feb. 28, 2019 at the Cone-Kenfield Center. UNC won 4-1. Cernoch celebrates after his singles match win.

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First-year Brian Cernoch, undeclared major, played for the UNC men's tennis team against Duke on Thursday, Feb. 28, 2019 at the Cone-Kenfield Center. UNC won 4-1. Cernoch celebrates after his singles match win.


Junior William Blumberg, undecided major, prepares to hit the tennis ball as he plays for the UNC men's tennis team against Duke on Thursday, Feb. 28, 2019 at the Cone-Kenfield Center. UNC won 4-1. Blumberg won his doubles match 6-4 and lost his singles match.

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Junior William Blumberg, undecided major, prepares to hit the tennis ball as he plays for the UNC men's tennis team against Duke on Thursday, Feb. 28, 2019 at the Cone-Kenfield Center. UNC won 4-1. Blumberg won his doubles match 6-4 and lost his singles match.


First-year Brian Cernoch, undeclared major, prepares to hit the tennis ball as he plays for the UNC men's tennis team against Duke on Thursday, Feb. 28, 2019 at the Cone-Kenfield Center. UNC won 4-1. Cernoch won his singles match.

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First-year Brian Cernoch, undeclared major, prepares to hit the tennis ball as he plays for the UNC men's tennis team against Duke on Thursday, Feb. 28, 2019 at the Cone-Kenfield Center. UNC won 4-1. Cernoch won his singles match.


Senior Blaine Boyden, business administration major, plays for the UNC men's tennis team against Duke on Thursday, Feb. 28, 2019 at the Cone-Kenfield Center. UNC won 4-1. Boyden won his singles match.

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Senior Blaine Boyden, business administration major, plays for the UNC men's tennis team against Duke on Thursday, Feb. 28, 2019 at the Cone-Kenfield Center. UNC won 4-1. Boyden won his singles match.


First-year Brian Cernoch, undeclared major, prepares to hit the tennis ball as he plays for the UNC men's tennis team against Duke on Thursday, Feb. 28, 2019 at the Cone-Kenfield Center. UNC won 4-1. Cernoch won his singles match.

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First-year Brian Cernoch, undeclared major, prepares to hit the tennis ball as he plays for the UNC men's tennis team against Duke on Thursday, Feb. 28, 2019 at the Cone-Kenfield Center. UNC won 4-1. Cernoch won his singles match.


Junior William Blumberg, undecided major, prepares to hit the tennis ball as he plays for the UNC men's tennis team against Duke on Thursday, Feb. 28, 2019 at the Cone-Kenfield Center. UNC won 4-1. Blumberg won his doubles match 6-4 and lost his singles match.

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Junior William Blumberg, undecided major, prepares to hit the tennis ball as he plays for the UNC men's tennis team against Duke on Thursday, Feb. 28, 2019 at the Cone-Kenfield Center. UNC won 4-1. Blumberg won his doubles match 6-4 and lost his singles match.


Sophomore Brandon Huffman, a forward on the UNC men's basketball team, stands in front of the wall showcasing Michael Jordan's sneakers in the Coach Bill Guthridge Locker Room complex on Monday, Feb. 25, 2019. Huffman became involved with sneaker culture in around the seventh grade. He started his sneaker collection that currently consists of around a hundred pairs of shoes with old-school Nikes and a few Jordan's. Huffman now has around 50 pairs of Jordan's and says that they are his favorite brand of shoe. Huffman likes sneakers that make a bold statement.

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Sophomore Brandon Huffman, a forward on the UNC men's basketball team, stands in front of the wall showcasing Michael Jordan's sneakers in the Coach Bill Guthridge Locker Room complex on Monday, Feb. 25, 2019. Huffman became involved with sneaker culture in around the seventh grade. He started his sneaker collection that currently consists of around a hundred pairs of shoes with old-school Nikes and a few Jordan's. Huffman now has around 50 pairs of Jordan's and says that they are his favorite brand of shoe. Huffman likes sneakers that make a bold statement.