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Carolina Photojournalism Workshop 2009: Being Asheville

Nestled in the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Asheville, North Carolina, is an eclectic city. Its off-beat nature draws Americans of all types each year. During the sixth annual Carolina Photojournalism Workshop, students explored the spirit of this city and its surrounding mountains.
Being Asheville

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Carolina Photojournalism Workshop 2010: Little Switzerland

In May 2010, during the seventh annual Carolina Photojournalism Workshop, 19 students worked tirelessly for seven days to produce a diverse collection of stories that document life in and around the small mountain town of Little Switzerland. The base camp was Wild Acres, a beautiful retreat located on Pompey’s Knob, a mountain just off the Blue Ridge Parkway at an altitude of 3,300 feet.

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Carolina Photojournalism Workshop 2011: Finding the Uwharries

“Finding the Uwharries” marks the eighth consecutive summer that multimedia students from the school have traveled to a North Carolina location to document the area. In 2011, students – with the help of professionals serving as coaches – told the stories of people living in Badin, North Carolina, in the Uwharries Mountains of south central North Carolina.
Finding the Uwharries

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Carolina Photojournalism Workshop 2012: Port City Stories

Rising from the banks of the Cape Fear River, Wilmington, N.C. holds a rich past with a dynamic present. In the ninth annual Carolina Photojournalism Workshop, UNC students found captivating people with riveting tales to tell — tales of trial and of joy, of love and loss. Dive in and enjoy Port City Stories.
Port City Stories

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Carolina Photojournalism Workshop 2013: Heart of the High Country

Boasting tall mountains and taller tales, the North Carolina High Country has inspired a rare breed of characters. In the tenth annual Carolina Photojournalism Workshop, students mined a rich vein of history — how the region's people have worked the beautiful, rugged landscape to make it their own.
Heart of the High Country

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Carolina Photojournalism Workshop 2014: Edge of the Sound

From farmland to swamps, the lowlands along the southwestern edge of North Carolina's Albemarle Sound share a rich history and a fascinating landscape.

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Carolina Photojournalism Workshop 2015: Rooted in the Rapids

UNC School of Media and Journalism students launched “Rooted in the Rapids” on Aug. 31, 2015, to tell the stories of the people and culture of the Roanoke River Valley of North Carolina through 15 short films.
Students and coaches traveled to the Roanoke Rapids area in mid-May 2015 after a 2-day video crash course in Carroll Hall.
Rooted in the Rapids

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Carolina Photojournalism Workshop 2016: 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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Carolina Photojournalism Workshop 2017: River Reflections

UNC School of Media and Journalism students produced “River Reflections” to tell the stories of the people and culture of Elizabeth City, North Carolina, through 17 short films. The Pasoquotank river has provided life and leisure to the people of Elizabeth City for hundreds of years. From the heart of downtown to the winding country roads lined by waving crops, Elizabeth City has seen stories that plumb the depths of triumph, tragedy and the human spirit.

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Carolina Week

Carolina Week is a student television news program broadcast from the School of Media and  Journalism Greene-Waters HD News Center.

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