196 pp., 8 x 11, 184 color and 16 b&w photographs
Hardcover ISBN: 978-0-8078-3035-2
Published: March 2006
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A foreword by beloved professor and novelist Doris Betts muses on her own experiences of the University as a compelling place at the literal and figurative heart of the state. The photographs are accompanied by captions that reveal the history and lore of notable campus places, the rituals and traditions of University life, and the wisdom and appreciation of those who have passed through the nation's first state university.
Academics, arts, politics, clubs, and athletics--these pages are filled with the memory-making moments of life at Carolina, evoking the timeless present recognizable to Tar Heels young and old. This is everyone's Carolina, to treasure and to share.
Published in association with UNC Student Stores, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
About the Author
Erica Eisdorfer manages the Bull's Head Bookshop of the Student Stores of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
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"This is a great memento of the Carolina I know and love."--Dean Smith
"I'll always treasure my days at Carolina, and these photos evoke the true spirit of the community I called home."--Mia Hamm
"What a great compilation of photographs! They elicit my fondest memories of days at Chapel Hill. It will be a special gift to share with those family and friends who consider Carolina home. Thanks for the memories!"--Phil Ford
"They were the happiest years of our lives, and the pages of Carolina unlock hundreds of warm and joyful memories. For some, this splendid and handsome volume is an introduction to this grand old university. For everyone, it is the essential worthy addition to the family library. Enjoy it. I certainly did."--William Friday
"Many photographers have helped us to see Carolina, not just to look at it. Here we see again our children, our neighbors' children, our grandchildren, until (since memory is a telephoto lens that magnifies) at last we may even glimpse our own remembered faces as they swim youthfully back from the days when we were in this special place, at a very special time."--Doris Betts, from the Foreword