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Makenna Jones and Elizabeth Scotty win NCAA Tennis doubles title

The North Carolina duo won just the second doubles title in program history on Friday afternoon in the finals of the NCAA Women's Tennis Championship from the USTA National Campus. By, Friday, May 28th, 2021 Makenna Jones and Elizabeth Scotty are NCAA National Champions! The North Carolina duo won just the second doubles title in […]

College Launches New Earth, Marine and Environmental Sciences Department

Merger of three units will strengthen interdisciplinary research, expand curricular offerings, and promote experiential learning opportunities for Carolina students. By the College of Arts & Sciences, Wednesday, May 26th, 2021 The departments of geological sciences and marine sciences, together with the UNC Institute of Marine Sciences, will merge into a single academic unit within the College […]

UNC Spring Sports Updates: NCAA Champions, Awards and More!

Hark the Sound! Our Tar Heels are dominating athletics this spring. Here are the latest updates from UNC Spring sports.  Women's Field Hockey Previous Next UNC Women's Field Hockey has won their third straight NCAA National Championship title! This makes 9 NCAA Titles and 23 ACC Tournament Titles. Go Heels! Men's and Women's Lacrosse Previous […]

Carolina Named Top Large University in the South

The same rankings, published by the Wall Street Journal and Times Higher Education, ranks Carolina third among all public universities in the country. By University Communications, Tuesday, March 23rd, 2021 The 2021 Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education College Rankings named the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill the No. 1 large college in the South. The […]

Rameses XXII Ascends to the Throne By Rob Holliday, University Communications, Thursday, November 19th, 2020 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. After nearly a decade on the throne, Carolina’s live animal mascot, Rameses XXI, is passing […]

Whose Facts? Misinformation and Disinformation in 2020

PRESENTED BY THE UNC CENTER FOR INFORMATION, TECHNOLOGY AND PUBLIC LIFE, HUSSMAN SCHOOL OF JOURNALISM AND MEDIA AND SCHOOL OF INFORMATION AND LIBRARY SCIENCE { "channelId" : 18308, "language": "en-US", "commId" : 438006, "displayMode" : "standalone", "height" : "auto" } Meet the Speakers Deen Freelon Deen Freelon is an associate professor in the Hussman School […]