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Lucie Shelly


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One week later, thanks Steve

How much of my morning routine is thanks to Steve Jobs? Unfolding a Mac, pulling up iTunes, charging my iPod, wishing I had an iPad. Then it’s check email, check Facebook, check news, check Twitter.

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Pilobolus to perform tonight at Memorial Hall

In 1971 three students who needed to fill a P.E. credit at Dartmouth College enrolled in a dance class.None of the three had any previous dance training. Their teacher quickly realized she needed to take an approach that focused more on the athleticism of movement than the technique.

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Lab! Theatre's 'Speech and Debate' opens tonight

“Speech and Debate” promises to be a juicy high school play, full of sexual intrigue, blackmail and shameless ambition.As director Andrew Slater joked, it’s more like “Notes on a Scandal” than the happy halls of “Saved by the Bell.”

Members of Born 2 Step, founded by Lindsey Jefferies, center, practice Tuesday night in the ROTC Armory. DTH/ Lauren Vied
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UNC step teams create own music, rhythm

Every Tuesday night, rain or calm, a group of women gather at the UNC ROTC armory building to clap, stomp and move in unison at the command of their director, Lindsey Jefferies.“Alright ladies, let’s do it again!”

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Exhibit merges poetry, prints

Visitors to the Ackland Art Museum Thursday night had the chance to merge art and literature with a program connecting poetry from the Civil War to Jacob Lawrence’s exhibition “The Legend of John Brown.”

Suzy Barile describes her new book, “Undaunted Heart,” at a reading at Bull’s Head Bookshop on Wednesday. DTH/Lauren Vied
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A tale of two lovers

During the Civil War, Ella Swain, daughter of the president of UNC, caused a scandal when she fell in love with a Yankee general.Now her great-great-granddaughter, Suzy Barile, has chronicled Swain’s history in her book “Undaunted Heart.”

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