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Carolina Photojournalism Workshop 2013: Heart of the High Country

Boasting tall mountains and taller tales, the North Carolina High Country has inspired a rare breed of characters. In the tenth annual Carolina Photojournalism Workshop, students mined a rich vein of history — how the region's people have worked the beautiful, rugged landscape to make it their own.

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Carolina Photojournalism Workshop 2014: Edge of the Sound

From farmland to swamps, the lowlands along the southwestern edge of North Carolina's Albemarle Sound share a rich history and a fascinating landscape.

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Carolina Photojournalism Workshop 2015: Rooted in the Rapids

UNC School of Media and Journalism students launched “Rooted in the Rapids” on Aug. 31, 2015, to tell the stories of the people and culture of the Roanoke River Valley of North Carolina through 15 short films.

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Carolina Photojournalism Workshop 2016: Mountain Lore

UNC School of Media and Journalism students produced “Mountain Lore” to tell the stories of the people and culture of Jackson County, North Carolina, through 13 short films.

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Carolina Photojournalism Workshop 2017: River Reflections

UNC School of Media and Journalism students produced “River Reflections” to tell the stories of the people and culture of Elizabeth City, North Carolina, through 17 short films.

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Carolina Week

Carolina Week is a student television news program broadcast from the School of Media and  Journalism Greene-Waters HD News Center.

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Coal & You

Society for News Design's 2012 Best of Student Design competitionFirst place: Standalone MultimediaDesigners: Adrienne Wollman, Caitlyn Green, Catherine Orr, Catherine Spangler, Jeff Mittelstadt, Kristen Long, Mimi Schiffman

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Coal: A Love Story

Our 2011 Fellows present a Powering A Nation special report, "Coal: A Love Story."

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Coulture

Coulture magazine is a fashion and lifestyle magazine that challenges beauty standards by encouraging readers to accentuate their best features rather than conform with unrealistic societal expectations.

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Covering the Condemned | Undergraduate Honors Thesis

There is more than a century of evidence suggesting newspaper coverage influences death penalty policy. More recent scholarship established connections between certain frames and modes of coverage and public death penalty support. This study entailed analyzing a representative sample of 16 years of death penalty articles in four of North Carolina’s highest circulation newspapers to examine how the moratorium impacted coverage.

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