Ginna McGee Richards ’90 (JD) used an antiquated photography process to give voice to a long-silent landscape.
Berkley Hudson ’03 (PhD) was obsessed with preserving decades-old photographs that uncovered the truth about his hometown. Now they’re part of UNC’s Southern Historical Collection.
A whole lot of student life has always been night life. There’ll be time to be in bed by 11 when they’re alumni.
Things are looking up at your ol’ alma mater. That’s the perspective of Johnny Andrews ’97, a photographer for the University.
Alex Kormann ’19 saw a lot of Carolina through his viewfinder. Taught and inspired by his dad, who died when Alex was a senior in high school, he declared his major in photojournalism upon arrival. Kormann spent a year as an intern for the Review, and we invited him to “review” his days as a senior.
The Craige men took it personally when Morrison sprouted up, and they gave their dorm a new name: Maverick House. They published The Maverick, this one-time handbook to let newcomers know what they were getting into.
The views are breathtaking from many campus windows. None better than when you take a moment to feed the birds—and have a camera ready.
The January/February 2016 edition of the Carolina Alumni Review features photos from Bayard Wootten. Included in this gallery are some additional photos we didn’t have room for.
For the retired residents of Carolina Meadows, just outside Chapel Hill, it’s traditional puppy therapy, but there is a twist: Their handlers also are in therapy — they are members of the community with serious mental illnesses. From the March/April 2016 Review.
The Morehead Patterson Bell Tower has been featured on the cover of the Review more than any other structure.