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Raleigh-based artist, Eris Swanstrom, knits on a knitting machine at her booth at Festifall, a Chapel Hill festival   showcasing local artists. The celebration of art is held annually in Downtown Chapel Hill, this year falling on Sunday. Swanstrom knits on her vintage, special-edition knitting machine as shoppers peruse her racks of skirts, shirts, mittens and other knitted wool garments. Modique Couture, Swanstrom’s business, features one-of-a-kind wearable pieces of art. She began knitting 30 years ago, during the process, she discovered knitting machines. Now, Swanstrom sells her work online and at festivals.

Eris Swanstrom, Raleigh-based artist, sells her knitted clothing pieces at Festifall. Festifall is a celebration of art held at every year in Downtown Chapel Hill and features artists from all over the triangle. 


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Edwin B. Fisher, professor in the Department of Health Behavior, presents his desired resolution and amendments to the proposal of the re-erection of Silent Sam that was voted on, on Friday afternoon. 

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Edwin B. Fisher, professor in the Department of Health Behavior, presents his desired resolution and amendments to the proposal of the re-erection of Silent Sam that was voted on, on Friday afternoon. 


Jerry Wilson (right), doctoral student in Policy, Leadership, and School Improvement, wore nooses to the Faculty Executive Meeting on Friday afternoon with peer Cortland Gilliam a doctoral student in Cultural Studies and Literacies. “We decided we would wear the nooses around our necks for 2 reasons, we wanted to symbolize the violence of white supremacy to which that Silent Sam monument. But secondly as a manifestation of the pain that black members of the Carolina Community carry around with them all of the time knowing this university doesn't care enough about them to remove open symbols of white supremacy", says Wilson. 

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Jerry Wilson (right), doctoral student in Policy, Leadership, and School Improvement, wore nooses to the Faculty Executive Meeting on Friday afternoon with peer Cortland Gilliam a doctoral student in Cultural Studies and Literacies. “We decided we would wear the nooses around our necks for 2 reasons, we wanted to symbolize the violence of white supremacy to which that Silent Sam monument. But secondly as a manifestation of the pain that black members of the Carolina Community carry around with them all of the time knowing this university doesn't care enough about them to remove open symbols of white supremacy", says Wilson. 


Chancellor Carol Folt looks on as undergraduate students Agnum C and Tamia Sanders take the stage to show their disapproval of the proposal given by Folt about the re-erection of Silent Sam on UNC's campus. 

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Chancellor Carol Folt looks on as undergraduate students Agnum C and Tamia Sanders take the stage to show their disapproval of the proposal given by Folt about the re-erection of Silent Sam on UNC's campus. 


UNC senior, and tri-captain, Julia Ashley pulls Brigette Andrzejewski up after the team lost to FSU on Sunday during the National Championship game in Cary at WakeMed Soccer Park. UNC lost 0-1. 

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UNC senior, and tri-captain, Julia Ashley pulls Brigette Andrzejewski up after the team lost to FSU on Sunday during the National Championship game in Cary at WakeMed Soccer Park. UNC lost 0-1. 


Redshirt sophomore forward Taylor Otto, one of three team captains, was named ACC defensive player of the Week after UNC's win earlier in the season against FSU. UNC lost to FSU on Sunday during the National Championship game. 

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Redshirt sophomore forward Taylor Otto, one of three team captains, was named ACC defensive player of the Week after UNC's win earlier in the season against FSU. UNC lost to FSU on Sunday during the National Championship game. 


UNC fans, Holland Bosma, 9, Laney Bosma, 7, cheer on UNC alongside UNC alums Catherine Bosma and Cannon Clough. 

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UNC fans, Holland Bosma, 9, Laney Bosma, 7, cheer on UNC alongside UNC alums Catherine Bosma and Cannon Clough. 


UNC senior defender Julia Ashley (16) leads a huddle to hype her teammates up before Sunday's National Championship game against FSU. UNC lost 0-1.  

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UNC senior defender Julia Ashley (16) leads a huddle to hype her teammates up before Sunday's National Championship game against FSU. UNC lost 0-1.  


UNC senior defender Julia Ashley lays on the ground in anguish following UNC's 1-0 loss to Florida State in the National Championship game at Sahlen's Stadium at WakeMed Soccer Park in Cary on Dec. 2, 2018.

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UNC senior defender Julia Ashley lays on the ground in anguish following UNC's 1-0 loss to Florida State in the National Championship game at Sahlen's Stadium at WakeMed Soccer Park in Cary on Dec. 2, 2018.


UNC women's soccer senior defender Julia Ashley is greeted by hugs from her teammates after scoring the game-winning goal against Georgetown in the College Cup semifinals on Nov. 30, 2018 at Sahlen's Stadium at WakeMed Soccer Park in Cary.

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UNC women's soccer senior defender Julia Ashley is greeted by hugs from her teammates after scoring the game-winning goal against Georgetown in the College Cup semifinals on Nov. 30, 2018 at Sahlen's Stadium at WakeMed Soccer Park in Cary.