We Had A Ball
May 2, 2019
Exams? When we're on a roll like this? A heavy mid-December snowfall created possibilities in Kenan Stadium.
These two roommates (and a baby) danced to Carolina's 225th anniversary.
UNC's seventh field hockey national championship came with 23 wins and not a single defeat.
Students fell hard for the red ball, a public art piece. Literally.
The Heels burned Duke at Cameron, and then ...
Kormann set up lights to help capture ridiculous gravity-defying feats at a national jump rope showcase Carolina hosted in February.
On Dec. 3, then-Chancellor Carol L. Folt and the trustees announced a plan to move Silent Sam to a proposed building on the southern edge of campus that would house a center for education and exhibits on the University's history. That night, opposition to the idea erupted in protest marches on Franklin Street and Cameron Avenue, shown here in front of Memorial Hall.
Folt ordered the statue's pedestal removed as she announced her resignation in mid-January.
On calmer days, students hit their books between classes on the steps of Manning Hall.
Garrison Brooks helped Carolina rout Stanford in the third game of the season.
The remnants of Hurricane Michael on South Road.
Homecoming weekend was a time for impromptu a cappella in the Pit.
On opening day at the new Soccer/Lacrosse Stadium, formerly Fetzer Field, the men's and women's lacrosse teams both won.
A class break for dozens on an unusually warm afternoon. Carolina is always beautiful and beckons people to stay forever, the photographer said.
Photos by Alex Kormann ’19
Alex Kormann ’19 saw a lot of Carolina through his viewfinder this year. Taught and inspired by his dad, who died when Alex was a senior in high school, he declared his major in photojournalism upon arrival. Now, his awards include the White House Press Photographers Association student photographer of the year, a first place in the Hearst Photojournalism Awards and prizes in three categories of College Photographer of the Year. Kormann spent a year as an intern for the
Review, and we invited him to “review” his days as a senior.
first-place portfolio in The White House News Photographers Association 2019 Eyes of History competition, or view more of his work at his website, alexkormann.com.