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Check out photos and videos capturing life on campus and the great work done by Tar Heels.

  • Juniper Rakhman Gerardi

    Senior crafts fashion pathway

    Juniper Rakhman Gerardi earned a fashion marketing certificate and interned in South Africa.

  • Student in graduation gown takes selfie in front of Old Well

    Rewatch 2024 Spring Commencement and Doctoral Hooding

    The University celebrated the achievements of the Class of 2024 at Doctoral Hooding and Spring Commencement ceremonies.

  • Students standing and clapping at Commencement

    Regalia has a rich history

    The right shade of Carolina Blue and argyle trim are only part of the story behind what the attendees wear.

  • Zena Cardman in blue flight suit.

    Commencement speaker preps for space

    In this video, Zena Cardman shares her excitement about her space mission and speaking to the Class of 2024.

  • Senior tennis champ cherishes Tar Heel friends

    In this video, Reilly Tran shares the joys of tennis triumphs, Galapagos studies and lifelong relationships.

  • Old Well with spring flowers and the words

    Video: Springtime comes to Carolina

    In this video, see Tar Heels enjoying the warmer weather and blossoming campus.

  • A student taking a picture with a film camera.

    Soon-to-be grads strike a pose

    Walk around Carolina in the spring and you won't be able to miss the large number of students taking graduation photos. Whether it be at the Old Well, in front of Wilson Library or anywhere else on campus, members of the Class of 2024 are putting on their regalia and smiling for the camera.

    (Photos by Johnny Andrews and Jon Gardiner, University Communications)

  • Overhead image with two people's hands seen finishing paintings, one of which is of the Old Well.

    The arts are everywhere at Carolina

    For the eighth time, Tar Heels celebrated the annual tradition of Arts Everywhere Day April 12. They sang, danced, painted, mingled with the Poetry Fox and much more.

    (Photos by Johnny Andrews, University Communications)