Student-Led Club Stocks Bathrooms with Free Period Products

By Chapel Hill Mag Intern | April 20, 2023

Three high schoolers shake up the status quo by distributing free period products to fellow students with hopes to expand their impact.

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Horticulture students practicing

Learn Natural Healing Methods at North Carolina Botanical Garden

By Brooke Spach | April 18, 2023

North Carolina Botanical Garden’s therapeutic horticulture certification program began in 2021 and continues to grow

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Bolin Creek Trail Donn Young Photography

Parks and Walking Trails in Orange County

By Kevin Delgado | January 6, 2023

Explore the great outdoors in your own backyard. Check out all the parks and walking trails Orange County has to offer.

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Judith Jones holds up two of her company's products with the 'Good Juju' label in plain view as she smiles for the camera.

Judith Jones Crafts Skin Care Products With ‘Good Juju’

By Chapel Hill Mag Intern | December 6, 2022

This Chapel Hillian created her own line of affordable, allergy-friendly skin care products, Good Juju Herbal

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Zumba Teacher

How A Zumba Class Is Changing the Lives of Older Adults

By Brooke Spach | August 25, 2022

Zumba classes offer students physical activity made fun and opportunities to connect with others in the community.

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Aesthetic Solutions

What Is Prejuvenation and Why Should I Do It?

By Chapel Hill Magazine | July 12, 2022

Dr. Sue Ellen Cox talks prejuvenation – the latest buzzword in the aesthetic field – and how the anti-aging strategy is all about non-invasive treatments

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Shekinah Elmore

How ‘Patch Adams’ Inspired This Radiation Oncologist’s Career Path 

By Chapel Hill Mag Intern | July 7, 2022

Dr. Shekinah Elmore draws on her personal experience and medical expertise to better the lives of patients during difficult times

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Carolina Community Garden

A Glimpse Into an Oasis Feeding UNC Housekeepers and Their Families

By James Dupree | June 22, 2022

Carolina Community Garden has provided nourishment for more than a decade to multiple generations of families, many of whom are Burmese refugees

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Alice Chuang

Training Doctors, Delivering Babies: Dr. Alice Chuang’s Job Is All About Nurture

By Chapel Hill Mag Intern | June 1, 2022

The assistant dean for student affairs at UNC School of Medicine makes it her mission to spark joy for the students whose shoes she once filled

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book advocating kidney donations

What You Should Know About Living Kidney Donations

By Renee Ambroso | March 30, 2022

Two Chapel Hillians co-authored a book offering life-changing advice for past and potential kidney donors

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