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The following online extras complement content found in the fall 2012 issue of Carolina Arts & Sciences magazine.

Students pose on a boat
Students explore the Neuse River in the spring Maymester class, “N.C. Estuaries.” (photo by Mary Lide Parker)


New Dangers for Coral Reefs (page 4): Marine scientists Karl Castillo and Justin Ries drill for coral samples in southern Belize.

Hands-on Learning: N.C. Estuaries (page 5): A spring Maymester class on the Neuse River.

Whimsical Whirligigs (page 8): Windmill artist Vollis Simpson is getting help from UNC friends.

Professors with Passion: Claudio Battaglini (page 10): Claudio Battaglini’s research benefits breast cancer patients.

Fluid Music (pages 21-22): Watch a video of music professor Lee Weisert’s “Cryoacoustic Orb.”

Windmill art
Windmill artist Vollis Simpson is getting help from UNC friends. (photo by Mary Lide Parker)

The Old Well: Past, Present, Future (inside back cover): Watch a time-lapse video of students stopping by the Old Well on the first day of fall classes.

More content:

Oyster Culture (pages 20-21): Read Bernie Herman’s essay in Southern Cultures Journal on “Theodore Peed’s Turtle Party.” See an oyster filtering water. Learn about UNC marine scientists’ oyster work.

‘Help Me to Find My People’ (pages 26-27): Read a review of Heather Williams’ book in The New York Times. Listen to an NPR “Talk of the Nation” interview with Williams.