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    Paving the way

    As the University celebrates Black History Month this February, meet the Tar Heels whose fearlessness transformed Carolina.

  • A professor teaching two students.

    The art of acing the accent

    Learn how student-actors training with Carolina's PlayMakers Repertory Company learn their characters' dialects, and meet the Carolina faculty member who fine-tunes their accents to create an authentic sound.

  • A person holds a medicine ball above their head.

    How to get moving for your New Year’s resolution

    Becky Eacho, the assistant director for fitness and wellness at UNC Campus Recreation, shares advice to help keep your fitness resolutions on track.

  • A person playing with a dinosaur toy.

    Making more accessible toys

    The Tar Heels behind the CATCH student organization modify toys for children with disabilities and donate them to local medical facilities for children who need them.

  • Graduates celebrating.

    Class of 2022 celebrates achievements at Winter Commencement

    Winter Commencement on Dec. 11 was an opportunity for graduating Tar Heels to relish in their achievements and celebrate all the work it took to earn a degree from Carolina.

  • Gerson standing outside at Kenan Stadium.

    An unexpected path

    Three years after applying for C-STEP as a Guilford Community College student, Aguilera is now just a few days away from becoming the first in his family to graduate from college.

  • Ronice Johnson-Guy

    ‘Women who looked like me’

    Ronice Johnson-Guy, a first-generation undergraduate and graduate student, joined The Graduate School’s Diversity and Student Success program to build community among students who come from a variety of life experiences and backgrounds.

  • Rachel McCarthy standing outside in her air force uniform.

    #GDTBATH: Rachel McCarthy

    As a Tar Heel, senior Rachel McCarthy served as Carolina's Air Force ROTC detachment as wing commander, but her path to becoming the highest-ranking cadet in ‘Blue Heaven’ wasn’t a traditional one.