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Class of 2016-2017 starts fall classes

The M.A. in Technology and Communication welcomed its fourth cohort of students with orientation Aug. 11-12. While on campus, students got to know each other as well as MATC faculty, administrators and alumni. A panel of MATC alumni shared how they dealt with home/work responsibilities during the program, which served as great preparation for starting graduate school. MATC students began online coursework Aug. 19.

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Coal & You

Society for News Design's 2012 Best of Student Design competition
First place: Standalone Multimedia
Designers: Adrienne Wollman, Caitlyn Green, Catherine Orr, Catherine Spangler, Jeff Mittelstadt, Kristen Long, Mimi Schiffman
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Coal: A Love Story

Our 2011 Fellows present a Powering A Nation special report, "Coal: A Love Story."

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Cohort votes Tessa McSwain as "MVP"

Tessa McSwain is the 2014 recipient of the Joy R. Gibson MATC Cohort Award.
The award is voted on by MATC students in their second year and honors the cohort’s “MVP” – the classmate who most exhibits the qualities that help make a cohort successful, such as peer support, collaboration and leadership. It also comes with a stipend and recognition on an engraved plaque in Carroll Hall, home of the UNC School of Journalism and Mass Communication.

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Could video games revolutionize "newsonomics?"


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Coulture Magazine

Coulture Magazine is a fashion and lifestyle magazine that challenges beauty standards by encouraging readers to accentuate their best features rather than conform with unrealistic societal expectations.

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Crash Campaign

Crash Campaign is a student competition that takes place over 24 hours in the School of Media and Journalism.

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Creating a Carolina Legend

Society for News Design's 2012 Best of Student Design competition
First place: Infographics
Designer: Kelly McHugh '12
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Cuba's New Wave

Waves of social, economic and political change are rippling across Cuba. Now, all that is certain about the nation's future is who will determine it: the youth.
During UNC's 2017 spring break, 23 students traveled to Havana, Cuba, to create a multimedia documentary website — Cuba's New Wave — that explores the unique youth culture in Cuba. The trip was led by Professor Pat Davison and adjunct instructor Tamara Rice.

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Design for America (DFA)

Design for America (DFA) UNC-Chapel Hill is one of 36 student-led university studios across America with a mission to use human-centered design to find solutions to local problems. DFA is interdisciplinary and thrives on diversity of ideas and people.
Adviser: Lisa VillamilWebsite | Facebook | Twitter

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