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Homefront

Homefront magazine is dedicated to military families as a means to support and encourage them; to aid those who serve in their transitions coming home; and to share their many heroic stories. We recognize this kind of magazine is a strong need for military families, and our mission is to provide information and answers to them that differ the official line they receive.

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King of the Party

Multimedia project by Carter McCall

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Life From a Blank Canvas

A multimedia project by student Melissa Key: After coming to America from Cuba on a raft in 1995, Amalfi Sanchez faced hard times again in March 2013 when he became homeless after a job opportunity in North Carolina fell through. Despite these struggles, his faith gives him hope to continue to follow his dreams. With help from the community, Amalfi accomplishes some of those dreams.

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Live It Up

Live It Up is a national magazine that promotes an affordable lifestyle for young, single professionals. Our goal is to be a magazine that inspires conversation and fuels motivation. We are a trend-setting guide for how to live, eat, save and play resourcefully as you embark on your accelerated lifestyle.

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Living Galapagos

With updated stories in 2013, the student-produced website celebrates the natural diversity of the Galápagos Islands while combatting the misconception that they remain an untouched natural paradise.

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Living with Death

A multimedia project by Karla Towle: Many death row inmates who suffer from mental illness are executed, raising the question of the fairness of our justice system. Through the perspective of a family member, Rose Clark tells of her experience with the death penalty, and what it's like to face losing someone you love to capital punishment.

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Men's Retirement Magazine

Men's Retirement magazine was produced by students at the UNC School of Media and Journalism to help retired men lead healthy and active lifestyles - filling a void the students noticed in newsstands. Men’s Retirement topics range from nutrition and exercise to relationships and emotional health. This issue helps readers overcome roadblocks to changing their lifestyles (p. 26) and introduces readers to new forms of exercise, such as cycling (p. 40) and yoga (p. 66).

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Mountain Lore

UNC School of Media and Journalism students produced “Mountain Lore” to tell the stories of the people and culture of Jackson County, North Carolina, through 13 short films.
It is the 2016 edition of the annual Carolina Photojournalism Workshop project that was founded in 2004.
Each year, a group of UNC multimedia students travel to a unique part of North Carolina to produce a documentary website. Faculty and top industry professionals serve as coaches on the project.

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NewStories

Students in Barbara Friedman’s journalism history courses are producing an oral history archive of North Carolina’s leading journalists and communicators. Many of the people featured are members of the N.C. Halls of Fame in Journalism, Advertising and Public Relations.

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Over Water Under Fire

Powering a Nation’s 2013 fellows present a special report about the Colorado River as a living timeline of our nation’s innovations and allocations with water — as the river’s uncertain future echoes the state of water resources in the U.S.

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