They’re the most promising cancer assassins to come along in your lifetime, but their mission is far from complete. Where others shied away, UNC rolled out the red carpet for CAR-T therapy’s custom fighter cells.
When we look at a painting, what commands our attention? Denise Murrell ’76 has exposed a viewpoint the art world didn’t know it was missing.
By Mary E. Miller
Early one evening in June, a crowd gathers in a side entrance to Musée…
Watson Brown ’74 (MA) works to photograph what’s left of a land once rich with tobacco money, to capture the plantations and barns, the abandoned pickups and falling-down tenant shacks of eastern North Carolina before they disappear.
With his calculating abilities, majors in math and physics, and his athletic skills, as well as a master’s in industrial design, Mark Hemphill ’10 made a natural career choice — devising courses to knock ninjas off balance.