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As outreach director for the Pope Centers new satellite office in Chapel Hill, Joey Stansburys job is to connect with conservative students and support their needs.

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Image Archives: Stories: Alex Maness

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  • Freedom through Christ, Mobile Unit
  • Alex Maness
  • May 26, 2004
  • Mike Waller pours hot molten bronze into molds at the  
    Liberty Arts casting facility in downtown Durham.
  • No news is no news
  • Mike Waller pours hot molten bronze into molds...
  • Alex Maness
  • May 12, 2004
  • UNC anthropology teacher Alison Greene was  
    attacked in a campus newspaper and her classroom  
    for expressing her opposition to the Iraq war last year.
  • Academia under siege
  • UNC anthropology teacher Alison Greene was attacked in...
  • Alex Maness
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  • Karen Thorsen, art teacher at Ligon Middle School,  
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