Carolina Photojournalism

The efforts of one person, even a young one, can make a difference in the lives and health of hundreds of others. Rasika Rajagopalan, a high school student in Durham, N.C., tells her story of organizing a community service project that started with a violin recital. Project Spirit Sight raised donations of both money and used eyeglasses to help with eye camps in two rural villages around Tiruvannamalai, India. Rasika and her mother traveled to these villages to assist Aravind Eye Hospital and local volunteer organizations in spreading the word and bringing people to the free clinics to receive treatment.

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Carolina Photojournalism at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Journalism aims to prepare students to compete in the ever-changing multimedia industry by offering hands-on training in documentary techniques. To learn more, go to…


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Carolina Photojournalism at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Journalism aims to prepare students to compete in the ever-changing multimedia industry by offering hands-on training in documentary techniques. To learn more, go to carolinaphotojournalism.org. We hope you enjoy the stories, and we invite you to offer comments and critiques.

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