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This is Lewis Black's tenth year coming to UNC for an annual comedy show. Originally Katie Nelson, who worked on a humor magazine asked Lewis to do this. "It's been going strong ever since!" he said. Three UNC students, along with other comedians, opened for Lewis: senior Jack Morgan, sophomore Marcie Maier, and junior Memet Walker. "I am a big fan of Lewis Black and I really enjoy being involved in the community," Maier said. The show was held in the Student Union auditorium at 7 p.m. on Friday and Saturday.

He made fun of 21st century culture, the government, and Facebook.

This is Lewis Black's tenth year coming to UNC for an annual comedy show. Originally Katie Nelson, who worked on a humor magazine asked Lewis to do this. "It's been going strong ever since!" he said. Three UNC students, along with other comedians, opened for Lewis: senior Jack Morgan, sophomore Marcie Maier, and junior Memet Walker. "I am a big fan of Lewis Black and I really enjoy being involved in the community," Maier said. The show was held in the Student Union auditorium at 7 p.m. on Friday and Saturday. He made fun of 21st century culture, the government, and Facebook.


Loren Shealy is a Robertson Scholar field hockey player who is going to Duke in the spring but will still play for UNC. She said that the team is really exciting about their game against Duke tomorrow. "I'm excited to take classes there in the spring- it's a great university- and we are big rivals but when I hit the field it's all Carolina," Loren said. "It will be a great learning experience," she said.

Loren Shealy is a Robertson Scholar field hockey player who is going to Duke in the spring but will still play for UNC. She said that the team is really exciting about their game against Duke tomorrow. "I'm excited to take classes there in the spring- it's a great university- and we are big rivals but when I hit the field it's all Carolina," Loren said. "It will be a great learning experience," she said.


Marcie Maier, sophomore psychology major was one of the opening acts

 "I am a big fan of Lewis Black and I really enjoy being involved in the community," Maier said

This is Lewis Black's tenth year coming to UNC for an annual comedy show. Originally Katie Nelson, who worked on a humor magazine asked Lewis to do this. "It's been going strong ever since!" he said. Three UNC students, along with other comedians, opened for Lewis: senior Jack Morgan, sophomore Marcie Maier, and junior Memet Walker. The show was held in the Student Union auditorium at 7 p.m. on Friday and Saturday.

Marcie Maier, sophomore psychology major was one of the opening acts "I am a big fan of Lewis Black and I really enjoy being involved in the community," Maier said This is Lewis Black's tenth year coming to UNC for an annual comedy show. Originally Katie Nelson, who worked on a humor magazine asked Lewis to do this. "It's been going strong ever since!" he said. Three UNC students, along with other comedians, opened for Lewis: senior Jack Morgan, sophomore Marcie Maier, and junior Memet Walker. The show was held in the Student Union auditorium at 7 p.m. on Friday and Saturday.


This is Lewis Black's tenth year coming to UNC for an annual comedy show. Originally Katie Nelson, who worked on a humor magazine asked Lewis to do this. "It's been going strong ever since!" he said. Three UNC students, along with other comedians, opened for Lewis: senior Jack Morgan, sophomore Marcie Maier, and junior Memet Walker. "I am a big fan of Lewis Black and I really enjoy being involved in the community," Maier said. The show was held in the Student Union auditorium at 7 p.m. on Friday and Saturday.

He made fun of 21st century culture, the government, and Facebook.

This is Lewis Black's tenth year coming to UNC for an annual comedy show. Originally Katie Nelson, who worked on a humor magazine asked Lewis to do this. "It's been going strong ever since!" he said. Three UNC students, along with other comedians, opened for Lewis: senior Jack Morgan, sophomore Marcie Maier, and junior Memet Walker. "I am a big fan of Lewis Black and I really enjoy being involved in the community," Maier said. The show was held in the Student Union auditorium at 7 p.m. on Friday and Saturday. He made fun of 21st century culture, the government, and Facebook.


UNC Dance Marathon!  

Carrie Smith (left), 10, a Kid Co-Caption of team 11 and her friend Evie Freel (right), 10, were hanging out and coloring at the marathon before joining the dance party. "It's the best dance party we've ever been to," Carrie said.

UNC Dance Marathon! Carrie Smith (left), 10, a Kid Co-Caption of team 11 and her friend Evie Freel (right), 10, were hanging out and coloring at the marathon before joining the dance party. "It's the best dance party we've ever been to," Carrie said.


"My granddad introduced me to golf when I was 11 and when I went back to South Africa to visit I would play  with him," said Keagan Cummings, freshman, Exercise and Sports Science major.

"The best moment for me when I shot 64 qualifying for for our first tournament of the year in Georgia. The best team moment was when we won at N.C. State," Cummings said.

"My granddad introduced me to golf when I was 11 and when I went back to South Africa to visit I would play with him," said Keagan Cummings, freshman, Exercise and Sports Science major. "The best moment for me when I shot 64 qualifying for for our first tournament of the year in Georgia. The best team moment was when we won at N.C. State," Cummings said.


Memorabilia from the Taylor family collection is a part of the Southern Historical Collection at Wilson Library. There are 5,000 of these special collections and this is one of them. "We are endeavoring to build a collection documenting the Taylor family from Chapel Hill and Massachusetts," said Tim West, curator of the Southern Historical Collection at Wilson Library.

Memorabilia from the Taylor family collection is a part of the Southern Historical Collection at Wilson Library. There are 5,000 of these special collections and this is one of them. "We are endeavoring to build a collection documenting the Taylor family from Chapel Hill and Massachusetts," said Tim West, curator of the Southern Historical Collection at Wilson Library.