Student Work

Undercurrent

A team of students led by faculty and professional coaches documented the health of coral reefs in Panama featuring bi-lingual storytelling using 360-degree video, short documentary video, long form text, data journalism, design, information graphics and more.
undercurrent360.com

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Upstream

Upstream is a blog authored by students in the UNC Interdisciplinary Health Communication (IHC) program to encourage dialogue and debate on health communication.

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Wabi Sabi

The mission of wabi-sabi is to embrace the worldview of finding the beauty in imperfection. We seek to support and connect families of children with special needs ultimately celebrating individuals’ differences — not their disabilities. Every month, find articles, tips, recipes, and ideas to individualize your experience and become part of a loving and welcoming community.

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Wabi Sabi 2

The mission of wabi-sabi is to embrace the worldview of finding the beauty in people’s differences. We seek to support and connect families and children, ultimately celebrating their differences — not their disabilities. Every month you can find articles, tips, recipes and ideas to individualize your experience and become part of a loving and welcoming community.

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What is a gun?

Multimedia project by Allison Russell.

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What Matters 2 US

Americans find various ways to handle the challenges of life. Students from advanced and documentary photojournalism classes scoured communities to find people with fascinating stories of hardship and hope. For the past two years, their stories have explored everything from gun violence to immigration, the pain of loss to the chasing of a dream.

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WhichWayNC

An experimental, mobile-optimized news site that investigates the changing scenery of N.C. politics.  Powered by the Reese News Lab.

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Whole Hog

The latest from the MJ-school's Powering a Nation aims to shed light on the energy dynamics within North Carolina's hog industry.
 

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Zeitgeist

From Twitter deaths to fashion blogging, Facebook suicide prevention to online dating, the web defines our day-to-day presence and crafts our lives. Zeitgeist goes deeper into this culture to comment and reflect on its impact in its inaugural January issue.

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