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Kenny Selmon runs the fourth-fastest 400-meter hurdle time in the world this year at ACC Championships

Kenny Selmon is a junior hurdler for the North Carolina track and field team who won his first ACC championship over the weekend in Atlanta, Ga. His 48.76 in the 400-meter hurdles is an NCAA No. 1 mark and ranks No. 2 in the United States and No. 4 in the world this season. Selmon spoke with staff writer James Tatter about the significance of his title, the nerves of running in front of his hometown crowd, his future ambitions in the event and his text to UNC 400-meter hurdles record-holder Ken ...

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UNC track and field races last lap at Irwin Belk Track

UNC track and field races last lap at Irwin Belk Track

In a running relay, there is a minuscule stretch of track designated as the exchange zone. Just a few strides long, it marks the finite distance in which one leg of the relay can hand off the baton to the next.

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Shuford family donates to entrepreneurship program

Shuford family donates to entrepreneurship program

The Shuford family from Charlotte, North Carolina made an $18 million donation to the College of Arts and Sciences Tuesday to more than double the size of UNC's undergraduate entrepreneurship program.

The donation is the largest single one-time gift from a living family or individual to the college. At a presentation unveiling the donation on Tuesday afternoon, Chancellor Carol L. Folt said there are goals for the money to be anchored to a $35 million fundraising campaign to further innovation and entrepreneurship at UNC.




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Shuford family donates to entrepreneurship program

Shuford family donates to entrepreneurship program

The Shuford family from Charlotte, North Carolina made an $18 million donation to the College of Arts and Sciences Tuesday to more than double the size of UNC's undergraduate entrepreneurship program.

The donation is the largest single one-time gift from a living family or individual to the college. At a presentation unveiling the donation on Tuesday afternoon, Chancellor Carol L. Folt said there are goals for the money to be anchored to a $35 million fundraising campaign to further innovation and entrepreneurship at UNC.




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