Harmonie Jacobson is photographed at the McColl Building at the Business School on Feb.22, 2020. Jacobson is the President of Women Carolina in Business.
Photographed is Tomas Lopez, Gene Nichol, and Tim Smith during the "Rigged" Voter Suppression Panel on Feb.27, 2020. These panel members discussed various topics ranging from voter suppression in North Carolina and educating the audience on how to access information regarding the current election.
Tomas Lopez, Gene Nichol, Tim Smith, and Andrew Reynold are photographed on Feb. 27, 2020, speaking at a Voter Suppression Panel. These panel members spoke about voting rights and the state of democracy in North Carolina after the showing of "Rigged", a documentary that exposes the voter suppression tactics by states such as North Carolina.
Gene Nichol and Tim Smith, executive producer of Rigged, is photographed is speaking at a panel discussion about voting rights in North Carolina on Feb.27,2020. Here Nichol is discussing the effect of North Carolina laws on the African American population. "Our legislature draws lines on the basis of race, which are impermissible, unconstitstutional" and" These are the most ambitious steps at disenfranchising on the basis on race since Jim Crow Era," said Nichol.
Plastic buckets placed on the windowsills of the cafeteria in McDougle Elementary School used to collect utensils on Tuesday, Feb. 18, 2020. These buckets are part of an program begun by a student at McDougle Elementary School to reduce plastic use in the cafeteria.
These colored buckets are located in the McDougle Elementary School Cafeteria on Tuesday, Feb. 18, 2020 and are used to collect used metal utensils. This initiave was created by a 5th grader at McDougle Elementary to reduce plastic use.
Joe Palladino speaks about the recent initiative begun by Dagan Foreman, a fifth grade student, to reduce the use of single-use plastics in the cafeteria on Feb. 18, 2020. Palladino is the Cafeteria Manager at McDougle Elementary School.
Student body president candidate Ryan Collins speaks during the debate on Monday, Feb. 10, 2020. The candidates debated civic engagement, graduate student needs, diversity and police conduct, among other topics.
Student body president candidate Reeves Mosely speaks during the SBP debate on Monday, Feb. 10, 2020. The candidates debated civic engagement, graduate student needs, diversity and police conduct, among other topics.