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Carolina Photojournalism Sports Workshop 2012

Carolina Photojournalism held its sixth annual sports workshop Nov. 2-4, pairing students with professionals to cover Triangle sports, including college football, basketball, soccer and volleyball.

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Carolina Photojournalism Workshop 2004: Changing Wetlands

This site features picture stories which explore the culture of the Manteo, North Carolina area, and its delicate relationship to the wetland ecosystem. The stories are the product of the first Carolina Photojournalism Workshop and represent a collaboration between the UNC School of Journalism and Mass Communication and the Carolina Environmental Program.
Changing Wetlands

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Carolina Photojournalism Workshop 2005: The Highlands

For five days in April 2005, 15 photojournalism students explored the varied culture of Highlands, North Carolina, through their own lenses. Students worked daily with seasoned editors brought in from various newspapers in the Southeast. The results are a product of the 2005 Carolina Photojournalism Workshop.
The Highlands

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Carolina Photojournalism Workshop 2006: Stories from the Crystal Coast

"Stories from the Crystal Coast" explores the rich culture of North Carolina's southern Outer Banks where, for centuries, the unique geography and rich resources of land and sea have drawn larger than life characters.

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Carolina Photojournalism Workshop 2007: Smoky Mountain Stories

Nestled amongst some of Appalachia's tallest peaks, the scenic lands surrounding Waynesville, North Carolina, figure prominently in our state's cultural identity — as much for the people as for the majesty of the hazy hilltops. These hills have shaped many distinctive North Carolina traditions, from mountain ballads to moonshine. While the region is rapidly changing, the rugged wildness of the mountains and autonomous spirit of the residents still thrive.

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Carolina Photojournalism Workshop 2008: Cape Fear to Down Here

Along North Carolina's southern coastline lie the subtropical Brunswick Islands, which span five barrier islands and 45 miles of beautiful beaches. During the fifth annual Carolina Photojournalism Workshop, students explored the culture and traditions of North Carolina's rapidly changing Brunswick Islands.
Cape Fear to Down Here

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Carolina Photojournalism Workshop 2009: Being Asheville

Nestled in the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Asheville, North Carolina, is an eclectic city. Its off-beat nature draws Americans of all types each year. During the sixth annual Carolina Photojournalism Workshop, students explored the spirit of this city and its surrounding mountains.
Being Asheville

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Carolina Photojournalism Workshop 2010: Little Switzerland

In May 2010, during the seventh annual Carolina Photojournalism Workshop, 19 students worked tirelessly for seven days to produce a diverse collection of stories that document life in and around the small mountain town of Little Switzerland. The base camp was Wild Acres, a beautiful retreat located on Pompey’s Knob, a mountain just off the Blue Ridge Parkway at an altitude of 3,300 feet.

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Carolina Photojournalism Workshop 2011: Finding the Uwharries

“Finding the Uwharries” marks the eighth consecutive summer that multimedia students from the school have traveled to a North Carolina location to document the area. In 2011, students – with the help of professionals serving as coaches – told the stories of people living in Badin, North Carolina, in the Uwharries Mountains of south central North Carolina.
Finding the Uwharries

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Carolina Photojournalism Workshop 2012: Port City Stories

Rising from the banks of the Cape Fear River, Wilmington, N.C. holds a rich past with a dynamic present. In the ninth annual Carolina Photojournalism Workshop, UNC students found captivating people with riveting tales to tell — tales of trial and of joy, of love and loss. Dive in and enjoy Port City Stories.
Port City Stories

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