Student Work

Creating a Carolina Legend

Society for News Design's 2012 Best of Student Design competition
First place: Infographics
Designer: Kelly McHugh '12
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Cuba's New Wave

Waves of social, economic and political change are rippling across Cuba. Now, all that is certain about the nation's future is who will determine it: the youth.
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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Divided by the Sea

UNC School of Media and Journalism students Andrea Patiño Contreras and Gabriela Arp were awarded the VIMY Global Team award from the UNC Center for Global Initiatives to tell personal stories from the European migration crisis.
They spent one month documenting a small town in Southern Italy called Reggio Calabria, which has seen the arrival of thousands of refugees making the dangerous journey across the Mediterranean. 

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Dope and Glory

Society for News Design's 2017 Best of Student Design competition
First place: Sports Page Design
Designer: Jiabing Song '17
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Earth + Sky

Celebrating Native Americans in Today's World.

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Enslaved in America

"Enslaved in America" is a graphic design project by students in professor Terence Oliver's classes that explores sex trafficking in the U.S. Students were advised by professors Barbara Friedman and Anne Johnston, and received research assistance from Park Library director Stephanie Willen Brown.

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Fault Lines

There is no direct means by which a student becomes unemployed, a dropout or a criminal; there is no single decision, policy or process directly responsible for the progression of a student past a public education.
But some demographic factors tend to tip the scales toward future success or failure. The intersection of poverty and race can be a statistically dangerous place to grow up.

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Flourish magazine

Society for News Design's 2014 Best of Student Design competition
First place: iPad Magazine
Designers: Melissa Borden, Bailey Seitter, Melissa Flandreau, Kimberly Thomas, Cheyenne Hooks, Chelsea Woerner, Destiny Thompson, Courtney Lindstrand, Brianna Rolfe Cunningham, Jordan Moses, Sojung Hong

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Forensics: A Closer Look

A graphic design project by students in professor Terence Oliver's classes that delves into forensic science.
 
 

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Go with the Grain

Society for News Design's 2014 Best of Student Design competition
First place: Feature Page Newspaper
Designer: Kevin Uhrmacher '14
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