Volume 14, Issue 2: October/November 2011
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October/November 2011: Ed Letter
by Amber Lynch and Kirsten Chang
Activist Profile: Vimala Rajendran
by Laura Hanson "Activism is my rent for living on this planet." — Alice Walker
Bell to Well
by Kelsey Finn, Laura Hanson and Courtney Vandyne
The Fight to Bear Arms
by Ana Rocha Carrying firearms on educational property is illegal in North Carolina, but the revitalized Tar Heel Rifle and Pistol Club still believes gun knowledge is an important part of student safety and self-defense.
by Laney Tipton As Palestine and Israel work toward resolution in the Middle East, the Palestinian tale of a people without a homeland finds its echo in the heartbeats of UNC-CH students.
Putting the ACT in Activism
by Vicky Waldthausen Members of Interactive Theatre Carolina go beyond their roles as thespians to raise awareness for real-life issues.
Voices of Malawi
by Ellen Murray UNC-CH alumnus Andrew Finn Magill harnesses his musical talent to benefit AIDS relief and spread the Malawi peoples’ songs of hope.
by Tricia Cleppe, Luke Neenan and Will Rimer Dean Smith's basketball resume is impressive, but his off-court advocacy may be his true legacy.
On a Side Note
by Will Rimer
by Danny Gassaway and Melissa Shulman
Getting Vocal on Staying Local
by Sarah Berlenbach and Jessica Gaylord