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Friday June 9th



A captive male red wolf at Sandy Ridge. Photo courtesy of Ryan Nordsven. 


A female red wolf from St. Vincent rests before being released at Alligator River on the Atlantic Coast. Only 40 red wolves remain in the world, all in North Carolina. Photo courtesy of Olivia Slagle. 


Andrew Miller pitches against Seton Hall on February 19, 2006. Miller played for the UNC baseball team from 2004 to 2006.


Stephen Anderson, a jazz piano and composition professor at the University, released a new album this month titled “Believe.”


Kelly Renko, a second-year graduate student in the UNC costume production program, adjusts the costume of the Mary Hatch Bailey character.



Outside the polls: Democrat N.C. Sen. Kay Hagan of Guilford County greets a family at the St. James United Methodist Church polling place in Raleigh as she travels around the state to talk to voters on Election Day. The U.S. Senator-elect later celebrated her victory over incumbent Republican Elizabeth Dole at a rally in Greensboro Coliseum. DTH/Evelyn Greene

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