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  • The Old Well in the spring

    Carolina in bloom

    Campus feels very different this April, but warmer weather has once again transformed Carolina into a colorful landscape of pinks, yellows and purples.

  • banners of encouragement line a wall at Fetzer Hall.

    The dancing doesn’t stop

    The annual Dance Marathon festivities went virtual this year, taking the 24-hour party to social media in an effort to support the families of the UNC Children’s Hospital from afar.

  • Marianne Cruzart

    #GDTBATH: Marianne Cruzat

    Through Carolina's innovation network, senior Marianne Cruzat has set the foundation for new entrepreneurial opportunities that she wouldn’t have pursued otherwise.

  • The interior of the visitors center with Rameses in the corner.

    The welcome mat is out at Carolina’s new Visitors Center

    The UNC Visitors Center opens its new, tech-savvy location on Franklin Street. Situated next to Porthole Alley, this tangible connection of town and gown couldn’t be in a more iconic setting.

  • A TV screen that says Mama Dips resturant takeover happening now.

    Building community through food

    As part of the University's celebration of African American Heritage Month, Carolina Dining Services and the Black Student Movement hosted a Mama Dip’s takeover at Chase Dining Hall.

  • A graphic of the Old Well with

    Well Said: 2020’s extra special day

    On this week's podcast, sophomore Lauren Stiller talks about turning 5 this weekend, and Jordan Sheely, a senior astrophysics major and science educator at Morehead Planetarium and Science Center, explains why we have leap years.

  • A professor teaches a student to use a letterpress machine.

    Learning the art of letterpress

    In the College of Arts & Sciences' art and art history department, students are using letterpress to create new works of art.

  • Willie Cooper, men's basketball trailblazer.

    Tar Heel Trailblazer: Willie Cooper

    Willie Cooper was the first African American to play basketball for an ACC Carolinas school as a member of UNC-Chapel Hill's 1964-65 freshman team. On Saturday, he was honored for opening the door for future players.