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Friday July 30th

Cynthia Liu


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Shelby Armstrong, an incoming transfer student at UNC, poses for a virtual portrait in her hometown of Charlotte, NC, on Sunday, Apr. 25, 2021. "If you have the opportunity to Carolina, you might as well go," says Armstrong, an incoming junior studying communications. "Unless, I guess, if you have the opportunity to go to Harvard," she jokes.

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Shelby Armstrong, an incoming transfer student at UNC, poses for a virtual portrait in her hometown of Charlotte, NC, on Sunday, Apr. 25, 2021. "If you have the opportunity to Carolina, you might as well go," says Armstrong, an incoming junior studying communications. "Unless, I guess, if you have the opportunity to go to Harvard," she jokes.

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Nash Consing, a senior studying visual journalism and communications, poses for a portrait in front of Carroll Hall on Sunday, Apr. 11, 2021. "We experience the trauma [of being Asian-American] every day, " says Consing. "So why not capitalize on the joy too?"

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Venus Standard, an assistant clinical professor in the UNC School of Medicine, poses for a portrait outside the William B. Aycock Family Medicine Center at UNC on Wednesday, Mar. 24, 2021. Standard will lead the Black doula training program that recently recieved the UNC C. Felix Harvey Award to Advance Institutional Priorities.

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Remona Jeannine, a Cary-based singer songwriter, plays her song "Hollow Mouth" from her debut album "Open Space" in Cary on Tuesday, Mar. 23, 2021. "My dad played [the guitar] at home, at church, all over the place," says Jeannine, pictured above with the guitar her father left her when he died.

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Rachel Kiel, a songwriter and musician based in Carrboro, poses for a portrait at her home in Carrboro on Tuesday, Mar. 23, 2021. "I've loved every type of music since I was young," says Kiel. "To live here [and] write songs forever... I'm down for that."

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Dr. Larry Chavis, director of the UNC American Indian Center, poses for a portrait in his office on Monday, Mar. 1, 2021. Chavis, who is a member of the Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina, notes the importance of belonging and of doing so "on your own terms."

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