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What began in the late '80s with Eric Chilton donning the very first Rameses costume has grown into a now-treasured tradition carried on by students today. Learn the story behind one of Carolina's most iconic Tar Heels.
Have you ever heard of the Tin Can or the Scuttlebutt? Those words may bring back fond memories for some generations of Tar Heels, but for today's students, they're a mystery. Take a look at how campus has changed through the years, creating new experiences for different generations of students.
Carolina Ph.D. candidate Mollie Yacano studies an invasive species that is surprisingly effective at preventing erosion and pollution on the North Carolina coast.
"What happens around the world has a direct impact on every North Carolinian, and what happens in our state has a ripple effect around the world. Our challenges transcend political boundaries and demand that we partner with neighbors near and far for solutions."
Carolina’s applied sciences and engineering minor equips students with an entrepreneurial mindset and the engineering skills to thrive in both industry and graduate school.
Scholars from the Department of African, African American and diaspora studies and a University Libraries digitization specialist traveled to Senegal and Mali to preserve and digitize 6,000 pages of handwritten Islamic manuscripts.