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An empty shelf of baby food, a Women, Infants and Children Program product, at Lowes Foods in Wilkes County, North Carolina. WIC products such as baby food have been selling out at increased rated due to the COVID-19 pandemic, putting WIC participants under extra duress.

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An empty shelf of baby food, a Women, Infants and Children Program product, at Lowes Foods in Wilkes County, North Carolina. WIC products such as baby food have been selling out at increased rated due to the COVID-19 pandemic, putting WIC participants under extra duress.


Senior Greg Davis II, of Fayetteville, poses for a portrait on March 2, 2020. He records out of his dorm room and has started making noise in the UNC music scene.  "I just want to make music that people can have fun with" he said.  

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Senior Greg Davis II, of Fayetteville, poses for a portrait on March 2, 2020. He records out of his dorm room and has started making noise in the UNC music scene.  "I just want to make music that people can have fun with" he said.  


Senior Greg Davis II, of Fayetteville, poses for a portrait on March 2, 2020. He records out of his dorm room and has started making noise in the UNC music scene.  "I just want to make music that people can have fun with" he said.  

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Senior Greg Davis II, of Fayetteville, poses for a portrait on March 2, 2020. He records out of his dorm room and has started making noise in the UNC music scene.  "I just want to make music that people can have fun with" he said.  


Senior Greg Davis II, of Fayetteville, poses for a portrait on March 2, 2020. He records out of his dorm room and has started making noise in the UNC music scene.  "I just want to make music that people can have fun with" he said.  

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Senior Greg Davis II, of Fayetteville, poses for a portrait on March 2, 2020. He records out of his dorm room and has started making noise in the UNC music scene.  "I just want to make music that people can have fun with" he said.  


Senior Greg Davis II, of Fayetteville, poses for a portrait on March 2, 2020. He records out of his dorm room and has started making noise in the UNC music scene.  "I just want to make music that people can have fun with" he said. 

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Senior Greg Davis II, of Fayetteville, poses for a portrait on March 2, 2020. He records out of his dorm room and has started making noise in the UNC music scene.  "I just want to make music that people can have fun with" he said. 


Senior Greg Davis II, of Fayetteville, poses for a portrait on March 2, 2020. He records out of his dorm room and has started making noise in the UNC music scene.  "I just want to make music that people can have fun with" he said.  

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Senior Greg Davis II, of Fayetteville, poses for a portrait on March 2, 2020. He records out of his dorm room and has started making noise in the UNC music scene.  "I just want to make music that people can have fun with" he said.  


Senior Greg Davis II, of Fayetteville, poses for a portrait on March 2, 2020. He records out of his dorm room and has started making noise in the UNC music scene.  "I just want to make music that people can have fun with" he said.  

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Senior Greg Davis II, of Fayetteville, poses for a portrait on March 2, 2020. He records out of his dorm room and has started making noise in the UNC music scene.  "I just want to make music that people can have fun with" he said.  


Senior Greg Davis II, of Fayetteville, poses for a portrait on March 2, 2020. He records out of his dorm room and has started making noise in the UNC music scene.  "I just want to make music that people can have fun with" he said.  

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Senior Greg Davis II, of Fayetteville, poses for a portrait on March 2, 2020. He records out of his dorm room and has started making noise in the UNC music scene.  "I just want to make music that people can have fun with" he said.