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Wednesday February 24th


Dr. Becky Naumann, assistant professor of epidemiology and core faculty member of the Injury Prevention Research Center, led a project about opioid research. Photo courtesy of Becky Naumann. , ,
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Opioid Research

Dr. Becky Naumann, assistant professor of epidemiology and core faculty member of the Injury Prevention Research Center, led a project about opioid research. Photo courtesy of Becky Naumann.

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No. 10 North Carolina forward Tony Bradley (5) reaches up in an attempt to block No. 14 Virginia guard London Perrantes (32) during Saturday night’s game in the Smith Center.

Scott De Rossi is the new dean of the School of Dentistry. Photo Courtesy of Tiffany Brannan. , ,
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Scott De Rossi is the new dean of the School of Dentistry. Photo Courtesy of Tiffany Brannan.

Duke University is holding the fifth bi-annual Lemurpalooza this Saturday at the Duke Lemur Center (courtesy of Janice Kalin). , ,
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Duke University is holding the fifth bi-annual Lemurpalooza this Saturday at the Duke Lemur Center (courtesy of Janice Kalin).

Indie-folk-pop artist Julia Weldon.  , ,
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Indie-folk-pop artist Julia Weldon. 

Actors from the National Theatre of Scotland are returning to Chapel Hill again — this time to perform “Dunsinane” at Memorial Hall today and Friday. Courtesy of Carolina Performing Arts. , ,
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Actors from the National Theatre of Scotland are returning to Chapel Hill again — this time to perform “Dunsinane” at Memorial Hall today and Friday. Courtesy of Carolina Performing Arts.

	Compagnie Kafig had its Chapel Hill debut on Tuesday and Wednesday as a part of the 2013-2014 Carolina Performing Arts season. The dance group, made up of 11 dancers, combines the dance style of hip-hop and samba with capoeira. (Photo courtesy of Carolina Performing Arts) , ,
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Compagnie Kafig had its Chapel Hill debut on Tuesday and Wednesday as a part of the 2013-2014 Carolina Performing Arts season. The dance group, made up of 11 dancers, combines the dance style of hip-hop and samba with capoeira. (Photo courtesy of Carolina Performing Arts)

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