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Dr. Smithies, Nobel Prize winner and UNC professor, spoke at a ceremony in Davis library honoring his and Dr. Sancar's achievements, a fellow UNC professor and Nobel Prize winner.

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Tolson Jeffrey (left) and Abby Mueller are the founders of a new student group, Best Foot Forward, which aims to raise money for prosthetics for amputees.

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Dr. Smithies, Nobel Prize winner and UNC professor, spoke at a ceremony in Davis library honoring his and Dr. Sancar's achievements, a fellow UNC professor and Nobel Prize winner.

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Karen Coffee, a member of the Chapel Hill community, participated in the fifth season of the reality series Naked and Afraid.

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Dr. Stephen Frye is a professor and director of the Center for Integrative Chemical Biology and Drug Discovery at UNC.

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(left to right) Asher Lipsitz, Lisa Dunleavy, Patrick Lowery, Deanna MacCormac, and Ben Director, present the unveiling of the Carolina Conscious Cup.

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On Tuesday, members of different academic and athletic departments met for a Faculty Athletics Committee Meeting to discuss issues surrounding athletic policies and procedures.

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Natasha Trethewey, Pulitzer Prize Winner and former U.S. Poet Laureate will speak on March 22 in Genome Sciences Building.

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UNC prof. of English Connie Eble studies linguistics and slang, and is credited with having the earliest documentation of the phrase "shit happens". The phrase was submitted on one of the many notecards which the professor asks her students to submit definitions of current popular slang. Here prof. Eble is posing with the earliest notecard describing "shit happens".

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The Native American tour follows the impact Native American students have had on campus, including the art installation "the Gift" by local artist Senora Lynch, located to the right of the Union.

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