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Coulture magazine: Raw

The Spring/Summer 2018 issue was Coulture magazine's seventh edition and was published on April 22, 2018.

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Coulture magazine: The Upside

The Fall/Winter 2017 "The Upside" issue was Coulture magazine's fifth edition and was published on Dec. 4, 2017.

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Coulture magazine: Throwback

The Spring/Summer 2016 "Throwback" issue was Coulture magazine's second edition and was published on May 16, 2016.

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Coulture Spring/Summer 2020: Metamorphosis

Coulture, a UNC Hussman student-run fashion and lifestyle magazine, released its 10th issue in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic-induced remote work period. The issue, appropropriately titled "Metamorphosis," aims to display "the reckoning that things will not always be the same; we face the uncertain daily and emerge wholly new."

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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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Crash Campaign

Crash Campaign is a student competition that takes place over 24 hours in the School of Media and Journalism.

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Creating a Carolina Legend

Society for News Design's 2012 Best of Student Design competitionFirst place: InfographicsDesigner: Kelly McHugh '12

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Crisis prevention at Uber

In Fall 2017, seniors Kyle Werner '18, Olivia Buffington '18, Sloan Taylor '18 and Lauren Miller '18 produced a crisis management plan to help prepare their client, Uber, for future crises related to work culture, leadership and organizational security.

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Cuba's New Wave

During UNC's 2017 spring break, 23 students traveled to Havana, Cuba, to create a multimedia documentary website — Cuba's New Wave — that explores the unique youth culture in Cuba. The trip was led by Professor Pat Davison and adjunct instructor Tamara Rice.

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Danny Green: Beyond the Court

Seniors Catie Armstrong '18, Madi Coffing '18, Abby Greene '18, Kristen Luft '18, Elise Pericles '18 and Kyle Werner '18 created a plan in Teaching Assistant Professor Livis Freeman's "MEJO 634: Public Relations Campaigns" course to enhance the personal brand of Danny Green — a UNC alumnus and NBA player for the Toronto Raptors — and to promote his basketball skills clinics here in Chapel Hill.

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