1. Give Me Freedom - Shae Allison

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    Eustace Conway resides on a remote 1,000 acre plot of land in the Appalachian high country, a place he calls “Turtle Island Preserve,” a name derived from a Native American legend that translates to “Earth Preserve.” Conway has been living a primitive lifestyle since he was roughly 17 years old. He strives to enlighten modern American by teaching people how to survive with as little impact on the environment as necessary to maintain a healthy life. With recent legal troubles Conway’s attitude and tenacity has not faltered. He believes now more than ever that change is needed to sustain American freedom.

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    • Helping kids be kids, one bald head at a time

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      Chase Jones, bullpen catcher for the UNC baseball team and a brain cancer survivor, created BaseBald for the cure to combine two of his favorite things -- baseball and bringing smiles to children with cancer. BaseBald donations go to the UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center's pediatric oncology unit, helping to pay for things like pizza parties and juice boxes.

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      • SILS Alumni Association Field Experience Panel - Fall 2011

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        November 2011 The UNC-Chapel Hill School of information and Library Science Alumni Association hosted a panel of local alumni and professionals who had previous experience acting as a site supervisor for current students from SILS during the latter's completion of a Field Experience. The purpose of this panel was to provide information to students who were considering setting up a Field Experience for the first time. The panelists included Tim Shearer (UNC/IT Systems), Suchi Mohanty (UNC Undergraduate Library), Emily King (UNC Undergraduate Library), Jill Morris (NC Live), Kelly Wooten (Duke University Sallie Bingham Center), and Bridget Daniel (Wake County Public Libraries). Discussion topics covered the value of completing a Field Experience, how to make initial contact with a potential site supervisor, what kinds of projects the panelists supervised in the past, and for the alumni of the group, their experiences completing a Field Experience at SILS and how it impacted their careers.

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        • Kevin Trapani shares his Latino Initiative experience

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          Kevin Trapani shares his Latino Initiative experience with the audience at CIU's Immigration Matters held at NC State University's Hunt Library on February 28, 2013. The Latino Initiative, in its 15th year, has over 700 alumni who have studied immigrant integration in North Carolina and Mexico.

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          • Discussion with Afro-Cuban Filmmaker Gloria Rolando on Film 1912: Braking the Silence, April 6, 2010

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            Afro-Cuban filmmaker Gloria Rolando brought her acclaimed documentary and feature work to UNC Chapel Hill as artist-in-residence from April 1-7. During her stay, she screened and spoke to an audience about her most recent films, Roots of My Heart and 1912: Breaking the Silence. Rolando is best known for films such as Oggun: An Eternal Presence, which explores how the Orisha Oggun, the god of war and peace, metals, and civilization, was experienced in the life of Cuban Yoruba singer Lazaro Ros; My Footsteps in Baragua, a recounting of the history of a West Indian community in Cuba; and Eyes of the Rainbow, a documentary on Assata Shakur, the Black Panther and Black Liberation Army leader who took refuge in Cuba after years of struggles in the United States. She is also a founding member of Images of the Caribbean, a film collective dedicated to developing projects that focus on Afro-descendant communities in Cuba. Rolando’s current project is a three-part documentary focusing on the 1912 massacre of the Party of the Independents of Color, a long neglected topic in accounts of Cuban history. She has been working to recover the history of this era through interviews with historians and communities throughout the country. This documentary project follows her feature film Roots of My Heart, which chronicles a young Afro-Cuban woman’s discovery of her ancestors’ participation in the events of 1912, including the death of her grandfather. Co-sponsored by the Institute for the Study of the Americas

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            • Look Up

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              A short story about climbing trees! This was produced to be a part of a site developed for a multimedia storytelling class. You can find more information and interactive features at: patrickmustain.com/treeclimbing

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              • Local Curling

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                Believe it or not, the Triangle hosts some of the most avid curlers. Music: Fist Up - Gramatik (#digitalfreedom)

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                • How social media affects us

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                  How does social media affect us? Which tools do we use most? Is it connecting or dividing us? How does it affect our relationships? What are the craziest things we've seen through social media? We're curious, so we asked. Videography, editing and production Jacki Huntington and Brittany Peterson

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                  • Earth Animation - C4D Test Renders

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                    Testing new textures and bump maps for an upcoming motion graphic project for the University of North Carolina Wilmington. No Global Illumination or Ambient Inclusion, only Lens Effects.

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                    • The Journey

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                      A stop motion short about an epic journey. Produced by Ariana van den Akker for UNC Narratives. Music is "As We May Think" by Revolution Void (http://www.revolutionvoid.com).

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