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There are few things as beautiful and peaceful as Carolina's campus on a summer day.
Rising junior Sarah Paschal has spent the past two years training and performing with Carolina Jump Rope. The group competes against other universities and jump rope clubs from around the country and dazzles crowds with spins and flips.
When trees, limbs and leaves come down at Carolina, they never actually leave campus. They are transformed to beautify the landscaping in a new way and keep 360 tons of material out of landfills each year.
Without Franklin Street, Carolina wouldn’t be the same. Through a new installation in downtown Chapel Hill, Tar Heels can learn more about the area’s history and see what the thoroughfare used to look like.
Members of the Class of 2021 reflect on their experiences at Carolina, from moving into their residence halls for the first time in 2017 to concluding their undergraduate studies during a pandemic.
Dozens of graduating seniors added personal touches to their graduation caps, bringing a special purpose to their Commencement attire.
Drs. Anthony Fauci and Kizzmekia Corbett '14 (Ph.D.) virtually joined the Commencement ceremonies to congratulate the graduates and share advice as the Tar Heels enter a new chapter in their lives.
Ahead of the Commencement weekend celebrations, parents and family members of the Class of 2021 congratulate their graduates and offer words of encouragement for their next chapter.