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  • Students playing video games.

    Press start on the Carolina Gaming Arena

    The new Carolina Gaming Arena is providing casual and competitive gamers an outlet on campus.

  • Evan Feldman conducting a band.

    The other side of the podium

    Conducting classes in the music department offer students the opportunity to learn what it’s like behind the podium — gaining valuable insight into conducting methods while improving their skills as musicians.

  • A person holds a cell phone above a printer to scan a code.

    Commerce in a time of COVID-19

    Working behind the scenes after the pandemic hit, the team at Finance and Operations IT quickly adopted touchless technologies to keep students, staff and faculty safe.

  • UNC Symphony Orchestra practices six feet apart on campus.

    UNC Symphony Orchestra’s spring concert brings local African American composer’s voice front and center

    Funded by Arts Everywhere and the music department, the student orchestra commissioned a new piece from Durham Symphony conductor and composer William Henry Curry for its spring performance.

  • A small bulldozer dumps mulch near a tree.

    Keeping Carolina beautiful

    Throughout the pandemic, Grounds Services workers stayed on the job to make sure the outdoor areas of the historic campus remained clean and picturesque. A year later, they’re still at it.

  • A person skateboards past the Old Well.

    Carolina in bloom

    Take a few minutes to enjoy this video of the scenes and sounds of campus during this beautiful time of year.

  • A person holds a a portion of a beehive.

    Caring for Carolina’s bees

    Through the Carolina Beekeeping Club, Tar Heels are learning to care for hives and exploring the impact bees have on our environment and food systems.

  • Lauren Thompson poses for a portrait in a Carolina Together Ambassador mask.

    Keeping the Carolina community safe

    When the Carolina community sought help to keep our students, faculty and staff safe during the pandemic, more than 1,400 Tar Heels stepped up and logged nearly 22,000 hours supporting the University's public health initiatives.