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James R. “Bud” Harper

December 29, 2013

Harper’s hometown approach harkens back to his roots James “Bud” Harper officially retired to Pinehurst in July 2012, but he’s still around campus – winding down from a Carolina career spanning 45 years. On the second and fourth Tuesdays of … Continued

Eunice N. Sahle

September 30, 2013

A journey from Kenya to Canada to Carolina Few people can point to the exact moment that changed their life, but Eunice Sahle can. She was in fifth grade and had just raced home to show off the A she … Continued

Mary Craven

June 11, 2013

Mary Craven always put a shine in her work as she motivated those around her Mary Craven was born in Siler City in 1947, in the middle of a brood of five, a couple of years after her father returned … Continued

Tammy Cotton

May 17, 2013

Cotton’s approach: helpful, positive, pleasant, hard working Tammy Cotton was born in a doctor’s office almost close enough to the Chatham County Courthouse to fall under its shadow. All but a few of her nine siblings were born there as … Continued

Regina Stabile

May 14, 2013

Stabile fields public information requests with service in mind Mention Wellesley and certain adjectives immediately spring to mind. Women’s college. Ivy League. Prestigious. Privileged. Before she applied there, Regina Stabile knew none of these things. In fact, she had never … Continued

Nancy Davis

January 14, 2013

Davis led with a ‘steadfast hand and humble heart’ Nancy Davis has been instrumental in telling Carolina’s story.   For 23 years, she was at the center of shaping Carolina’s national reputation as a public university that valued accessibility as … Continued