Volume 14, Issue 3: December 2011
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December 2011: Ed Letter
Bell to Well
by Jamie Gnazzo, Laura Hanson and Grace Joyal
We Beat on the Beat
by Vicky Waldthausen Scratching records and mixing beats are now part of UNC-Chapel Hill's curriculum, thanks to a new course in music technology.
Cutting ties with History
by Ana Rocha While tuition increases have stirred controversy in the past, some experts believe this latest increase could prove to be a turning point for the University's reputation in the state, and even nationwide.
Baton of Silver, Heart of Gold
by Michelle Lewis The Marching Tar Heels’ baton twirler, MaKenzie Snyder, is a two-time international twirling champion and a global charity entrepreneur.
by Kelsey Finn UNC-CH graduate student John Miller is blind and nearly deaf but a combination of good humor and assistive technology allows him to pursue the life of a normal student.
Living by Leading
by Luke Neenan Dave Lohse allows his life of honesty, rather than his sexual orientation, to define his relationships within the world of sports.
by Courtney Lindstrand and Danny Gassaway
To Occupy or not to Occupy?
by David Deerson and Sarah Berlenbach Does the Occupy Wall Street movement represent a fight for the American Dream?
by Courtney VanDyne and Jessica Gaylord