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  • Matt Dodson and Kash at Kenan Stadium.

    Explosive detection K-9 retires after 7 years of sniffing out danger

    After seven years of keeping the Carolina community safe, Kash has earned “a steak or two” in retirement, says UNC Police K-9 handler Matt Dodson.

  • Jenny Levy coaching.

    A commitment to the Carolina family: Jenny Levy’s leadership

    Jenny Levy is only the fourth person to both play on and coach a national championship women's lacrosse team. Her overall record as the Tar Heels' head mentor has been exemplary, and on Sunday the team will play for its third national title.

  • Mark Moon standing outside.

    Pillar of Ground Services leads quietly

    Whether preparing for Spring Commencement or cleaning up debris in fall, Massey winner Mark Moon keeps Carolina’s campus beautiful and his colleagues safe.

  • Student singing together

    Carolina’s Class of 2022 graduates

    Commencement speaker Frank Bruni encouraged the new alumni to exercise ‘a special kind of wisdom.’

  • Photos of graduates.

    The Class of 2022 says thank you

    This Commencement weekend is all about our graduates, but ahead of the ceremony, they shared their gratitude for the ways that the Carolina community helped them reach this milestone.

  • A graduate standing by the Old Well in cap and gown.

    Tar Heel reflections

    As their big day on Sunday approaches, we asked our graduating seniors to reflect on their time in Chapel Hill and what this milestone means to them.

  • Daniel Wood in the Rameses outfit sitting in the stands.

    Behind the horns

    Daniel Wood has spent the past four years as one of the most recognizable Tar Heels on campus without anybody knowing it was him. Ahead of his graduation this weekend, get to know the student behind Rameses.

  • An electric bus driving past the Old Well.

    Student-led sustainability at Carolina

    A new fully-electric Chapel Hill Transit bus and a rooftop full of solar panels are just two ways Carolina students are working to make our campus more sustainable.