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	Coleman Greene developed a fitness technology company called Sqord that aims to encourage physical activity in children. Sqord users wear a device that keeps track of their physical activity, including the intensity and duration of their movement. The device awards points to users’ activities, which can then be used in a virtual social network.

Kenan-Flagler alumni chosen to ?ne-tune startups

Three UNC alumni have been given the chance to take their startup businesses to a new level. UNC graduates Coleman Greene, Sarah Press and Erik Severinghaus, who all created startups, were chosen by the entrepreneurial mentoring company Techstars to participate in a 12-week training program to help expand their enterprises.

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Chickenpox case reported on campus

For most students, any mention of chickenpox brings back memories of skipping kindergarten and getting oven mitts taped to their hands. But the itchy disease became part of the college experience for one unlucky UNC student.

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