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Monday January 30th

Katherine Drye


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The UNC Global Studies department hosted "The Arab Spring" discussion panel on Nov. 18 in the FedEx Global Education center. Experts studying the trend of democratization in the Middle East since events like the revolution in Libya came together to address public concerns and questions. The six panelists were Jason Brownlee, Charlie Kurzman, Tarek Masoud, Andrew Reynolds, Jillian Schwedler, Alfred Stepan and Carrie Wickham. Here: Jason Brownlee and Tarek Masoud

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Between blocks of poetry at the West End Poetry Festival at the Carrboro Century Center on October 15, the East Cackalacky Ascetic Marching Death Band entertained a growing audience. Band members, Sharmini Wijeyesekera, 27, originally from California, and Tom Senkus, 27, originally from New York, have been traveling around the country together for about a year and a half. "I suffer from a disease called 'Wanderlust,'" said Wijeyesekera. Instruments included the guitar, a tambourine, a wooden box used as a bongo, a small keyboard powered by air and a saw and bow. 'Wanderlust,'" said Wijeyesekera. Instruments included the guitar, a tambourine, a wooden box that acted as a bongo and a saw and bow. Here, Senkus wears his robot box hat.

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Between blocks of poetry at the West End Poetry Festival at the Carrboro Century Center on October 15, the East Cackalacky Ascetic Marching Death Band entertained a growing audience. Band members, Sharmini Wijeyesekera, 27, originally from California, and Tom Senkus, 27, originally from New York, have been traveling around the country together for about a year and a half. "I suffer from a disease called 'Wanderlust,'" said Wijeyesekera. Instruments included the guitar, a tambourine, a wooden box used as a bongo, a small keyboard powered by air and a saw and bow. 'Wanderlust,'" said Wijeyesekera. Instruments included the guitar, a tambourine, a wooden box that acted as a bongo and a saw and bow.

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Student activists and community members participate in a "Free Palestine Walk" on Franklin Street on October 1. The walk was intended to protest Israeli occupation in Palestine, discriminatory policies directed at Palestinians and the financial support of over 100 billion dollars provided to Israel by the United States government over the past 44 years.

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UNC-Chapel Hill students, volunteers and new homeowners met on Sept. 18 at the Habitat for Humanity "Build a Block" Dedication in Phoenix Place neighborhood to celebrate the completion of ten new homes. The homes were championed by organizations such as the Ram's Club as well schools like the School of Information and Library Science and completed in a record-breaking academic year. Here, Danita Thomas, 49, originally of Buffalo NY, and her son Ernest Wright, 17, pose with their new home. Thomas has worked at UNC Hospitals sine 2006 and Wright attends Chapel Hill High School and hopes to be an architect, says Thomas.

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