The University is currently operating under normal conditions
The Class of 2020 was honored at a one-of-a-kind, three-day celebration that featured tailgates, Bell Tower Climbs, reunions, a special recognition at Saturday’s football game and Commencement in Kenan Stadium.
With classes canceled for a day devoted to mental health, Carolina observed a somber 228th birthday that leaders called a time for reflection, reckoning and resilience.
Whether it’s driving through a snowstorm to rescue a stranded nurse visiting from Malawi or supporting world-class infectious diseases faculty, 2021 Massey Award winner Kathy James is all about helping.
"We cannot solve this crisis with the efforts of one person, or one group, alone. Every person on our campus is a valued part of our community, and strengthening our collective emotional and mental well-being has never been more critical."
For the rest of the week, the University has consolidated Community Support Center staff to be available at SASB, Granville, Health Science Library and Davis Library.
College Football Hall of Fame electee Harris Barton was a First-Team All-American in 1986 and was named the ACC's Most Outstanding Offensive Lineman after helping the Tar Heels finish sixth in the nation and first in the conference with 436 yards of total offense per game.