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Carolina blue will always be the most loved color on campus, but in November, red, orange and yellow soar in popularity.
Carolina’s live animal mascot, Rameses XXI, is retiring from public life after nearly a decade in the role. His successor, Otis, is preparing to begin his reign as Rameses XXII.
Kenechukwu Uwajeh and Sherrod Crum founded the Black Entrepreneurs Initiative to promote, develop and connect Black student-entrepreneurs at Carolina.
The Carolina Tree Heritage program is giving second life to downed campus trees by transforming the trunks and branches into furniture, sculptures and other wooden creations, with the proceeds going toward student scholarships.
Old East, which has changed along with the University, is the setting for an alternative story about Carolina’s foundation.
The Carolina Latinx Center and two student groups are creating a Latinx Heritage Month Community Cookbook featuring dishes from around the world with submissions from students, faculty and staff.
Despite many students being away from campus this semester, Carolina's Be a Maker network is finding ways to keep students creating.
The topics discussed by Carolina's Dialectic and Philanthropic Societies may have changed over the past two centuries, but students today are still carrying on many of the debate and literary groups' traditions.