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Junior Chris Suggs poses for a portrait on Feb. 18, 2020. Suggs founded the Kinston Teens in 2014 in response to violence in the community. In 2017, Suggs bought a run-down house in East Kinston for $1,000 of his own money to create the Kinston Teens Neighborhood Hub, which will be used to create a space where teenagers can socialize. 

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(From left) Matthew Keith, communications and dramatic arts double major and Ellie Baker, English and communications double major, pose for a portrait at Swain studio in Swain Hall, Feb. 18, 2020. Keith and Baker both began the writing for the stage and screen minor at the same time in the fall of their junior year. "It's allowed me to write with my peers in a writers room type setting, learning from each other while honing our skills specifically oriented to screen writing as opposed to creative writing classes that I've previously taken," Keith said. For Baker, the program was one she knew she wanted to do before she attended UNC. "It teaches you to think of story actively and to always imagine your stories as something that is going to happen rather than something that could and it really pushes you to have a production minded drive with everything that you try to tell," Baker said. The minor is open to first-years and sophomores and the 2020 applications closes on March 2.

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Collin Flynn, a junior psychology major, poses for a portrait at Craige Parking Deck on Feb. 9, 2020. For Flynn, collecting vintage clothing is more than a hobby. "I focus more on the construction, wearability and history of a piece rather than its price tag," Flynn said. Flynn collects and resells unique, vintage clothing on his merchandise Instagram: @collinsgrails. In this photo, Flynn is wearing a 2011 Supreme x Comme Des Garçons box logo sweater, off-white jeans and Nike Air Force 1.

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Collin Flynn, junior psychology major, poses for a portrait at Craige Parking Deck on Feb. 9, 2020. Flynn collects and resells unique, vintage clothing on his merchandise Instagram: @collinsgrails. In this photo, Flynn is wearing a vintage t-shirt, 1998 Helmut Lang jeans, 1985 Nike Air Jordan 1 "Chicago."

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Collin Flynn, a junior psychology major, poses for a portrait at Craige Parking Deck on Feb. 9, 2020. "Clothes for me started as a means of making money, but in the last two years has become a bit of an obsession," Flynn said. Flynn collects and resells unique, vintage clothing on his merchandise Instagram: @collinsgrails. In this photo, Flynn is wearing a 1993 vintage national championship UNC t-shirt, vintage polo Ralph Lauren painter pants and 2018 Nike x Off-White "UNC" sneakers.

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Collin Flynn, a junior psychology major, poses for a portrait at Craige Parking Deck on Feb. 9, 2020. Flynn collects and resells unique, vintage clothing on his merchandise Instagram: @collinsgrails. In this photo, Flynn is wearing a Supreme x Akira hoodie, custom bear, Louis Vuitton jeans and 2016 Nike Air Jordan 1 "Bred."

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Collin Flynn, a junior psychology major, poses for a portrait at Craige Parking Deck on Feb. 9, 2020. Flynn's hobby of collecting vintage clothing when he was a sophomore in high school turned into "a bit of an obsession" years later. Flynn collects and resells unique clothing on his merchandise instagram: @collinsgrails. In this photo, Flynn is wearing an Undercover Sweater, Converse x Ambush and his uncle's leather pants from the 80's.

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Members of Carolina for Amani gather at the general body meeting to make bracelets at the Campus Y, Jan. 29, 2020. Carolina for Amani - a social justice orgnaization based out of the Campus Y - is the Chapel Hill branch of The Amani Children's Foundation. The bracelets are sold once a month in the Pit to raise money for the foundation which funds New Life Home Orphanages in Kenya.

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Members of Carolina for Amani gather at the general body meeting to make bracelets at the Campus Y, Jan. 29, 2020. Carolina for Amani - a social justice orgnaization based out of the Campus Y - is the Chapel Hill branch of The Amani Children's Foundation. The bracelets are sold once a month in the Pit to raise money for the foundation which funds New Life Home Orphanages in Kenya.

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