7.15.22 | Carolina Alumni Review, Who We Are
On the 25th anniversary of a legend’s death, a Carolina alumna shares what she found when researching his work. by Claire Cusick ’21 (MA) It’s his voice that lingers the most.
When Reid Wilson ’73 was in high school, his girlfriend became pregnant. The teens were scared because they knew they weren’t ready to be parents and were unsure of what to do. There were no legal abortion clinics at the time, so his… read more
Disaster Girl laughs. How can she not? She’s just had the best year of her life. Zoe Taylor Roth ’21 has spent almost her entire existence seeing her 4-year-old face electronically plastered in front of catastrophes, like the sinking of… read more
When Joni Mitchell played her new song for Cary Raditz ’68, he had no inkling that it, and he, would become famous. read more