A high school junior in Durham, Chris balances his time between homework for advanced classes, college applications, chores at home and club soccer practice. He’s hoping to play in college and pursue a career in engineering. However, in today’s competitive college application process, the slightest edge can give one student a spot over another, and there is no room for mistakes.
An Introduction to Teen Court
Teen courts are an alternative form of juvenile justice, but how do they operate?
A 73 Vietnam veteran, David Bruce “Buck” Bennett now lives by himself in a trailer in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. In 2010, he was in a car accident and needed a blood transfusion. From that transfusion, Bennett got HIV and now takes roughly $700 worth of medicine each day to survive.
Survival of the Family
Multimedia piece on the shift from fishing to tourism in the Galápagaos Islands. Part of UNC’s Living Galápagos project: an award-winning site founded in 2009.
Hooves in the Sand
The horse races draw a large crowd during Isla Isabela’s annual festival. The horses race through the sand streets as spectators watch. Shot by all members of the 2013 Living Galapagos team, edited by Ryan Comfort, Hannah Peterson and myself.