O.N. Pruitt (right) with son Lambuth (left) and Pruitt’s brother Jim. Lambuth later worked as a photographer in Jackson, Mississippi, as did Jim in nearby Starkville, circa 1925. Photo courtesy of UNC Libraries
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.
by Janine Latus
This is a story of two…
Bryan Roth wants to turn psychedelic drugs into a pill to treat depression without side effects. The Feds gave him $26.9 million to see whether he can do it.
by Mark Derewicz
The teenage Bryan Roth in 1968 knew of a friend who dropped acid…
“I look forward to telling the stories of the accomplishments of alumni and students and informing them of the latest news coming out of the University,”said Allan Holmes ’83, who also will be director of communications.
What does it take to study the deepest places on Earth? The same kind of mettle required to survive them. Tim Shank ’88 has spent a lifetime doing both.
by Beth McNichol ’95
From a research vessel floating off New Zealand in May…