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Sunday May 28th

Cameron Brown



Though many students found the voting location confusing Tuesday, voting was actually taking place at the Center for Dramatic Art, not Morehead Planetarium. Once inside, the confusion continued as students had difficulty figuring out which line to stand in.


Winston Crisp, Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs, debates the importance of the type of degree that should be required for applicants for the position of Associate Provost for Diversity and Multicultural Affairs. The search committee for the next person to fill this position met Monday to discuss the progress of the search as well as to make amendments to requirements and expectations for applicants.


Kaitlyn Jungkind presents her research on the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians and their high rates of diabetes and obesity. She launched a website providing a resource guide to increase awareness of health programs to ECBI adults.


Photo: Student channels power of Wii console for therapy (Cameron Brown)

Junior Stephanie Zolayvar of Burlington, NC presents a poster on her research of gesture recognition at Monday's Annual Celebration of Undergraduate Research. One of the main aims of her research is to find a way to improve physical therapy for children with motor impairments. She used a Nintendo Wiimote to recognize the gestures involved in physical therapy turn therapy sessions into a game for the kids.



Katie Cook started donating platelets last semester and this is her 8th time donation. She donates because she can study while doing it. There is a shortage of blood and more people need to donate. Each bed has it's own TV as well as snack and drinks. Tom Neish, is the supervisor for the blood donation center.

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