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Photo: All-female LAB! play focuses on college life (Sarah Haderbache)

White turtleneck with pink skirt and short brown hair: Amanda Baldiga as Kate Brown dress with tan sleeves, long blonde hair: Nicola Vann as Leilah Green patterened wrap dress with long brown hair: Claire Karwowski as Muffet White top, yellow skirt with long blonde hair: Ali Evarts as Samantha Black and White patterened dress with long brown hair: Kristi Stout as Rita Orange dress and cardigan with shortish brown hair: Madeline Hurley as Carter Pink dress with long blonde hair: Margaret Burrus as Susie Friend Black dress with white collar and grey hair: Lauren Hovis as Mrs. Plumm Orange shirt with short brown pixie cut hair: Katie Chelena as Holly



FLO and Carolina Creates Music Present: FARMER'S MARKET ON THE QUAD. Organic farmers from Virginia and North Carolina collected on Polk Place to work with FLO and Carolina Create Music to promote organic foods, farmer's markets, and music. Woman with jelly jars: Rose Shepherd makes and jars all types of jellies, peppers, and vegetables. She owns Blessed Earth Farm in Graham, NC. She is originally from Long Island but moved to NC in 1989 and has been "creating impeccable pickles and preserves since 1989," according to her farm's slogan. Woman with cheese: Kathryn Spann owns Prodigal Farm in Rougement, North Carolina where she specializes in artisanal goat cheese, chevre-cakes, and bread. She says she is working on developing a unique goat sausage. Three students: From left to right, Matt Farley, sophomore, Peace, War and Defense major, volunteer for Hope Garden. Alex Snedeker, junior, Environmental Science major, volunteering outreach coordinator for Hope Garden. Alyssa Davis, first-year, Global Studies major, volunteer for Hope Garden. Girl in front of FLO: Marisa Berry is a sophomore Environmental Studies major who volunteers for FLO Food which according to their flyer is "a studnet organization dedicated to the creation of a sustainable food system at UNC-Chapel Hill. We believe in food that is Fair, Local, and Organic." FLO works with Carolina Dining Services to provide local food and raise awareness to students about eating local.


John Hagan, professor of Sociology at Northwestern University, speaks to UNC students about evidence of genocide in Sudan and Darfur.



Twins in red: Left: Lauren Salvia, soph., PoliSci & Comm Major. Right (scarf): Megan Salvia, soph., Business & Comm Major. Lauren says it's important to make note of what happened and show our campus unity. Vertical shot of boy in blue and girl in tyedye (sp?): Boy: Jo Saberniak, Physics & Dram. Art Major. Girl: Paige Holmes, soph., Psych & Comm Major. Jo says that all stories deserve to be heard. Paige says 9/11, even though it was ten years ago, still needs to be remembered. (paraphrase)

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