UNC ATHLETICS AND STUDENT ATHLETES


Noah Mancuso (left) and Graham Booth (right) jump in front of the Tian Tan "Big Buddha" in Hong Kong. 

Carolina Jump Ropers spend FWOC in Hong Kong

The Carolina men's basketball team can confidently say they ran the NCAA, but members of the Carolina Jump Rope Club took their routine to the world stage — traveling first to Florida and then to Hong Kong and walking away champions.


Fetzer and Navy Field are both undergoing heavy construction this summer.

Q&A with UNC Athletics' Mike Bunting

Mike Bunting serves as UNC's Assistant Athletic Director for Facility Planning and Management, which means that he's currently very busy. UNC athletic facilities are currently undergoing a massive series of renovations this year, shuffling around and/or impacting track and field, soccer, football, field hockey and lacrosse. Summer editor Rachel Jones spoke with Bunting about the extent of the renovations and what they'll mean for the future. 


Deborah Crowder responds to NCAA allegations

Deborah Crowder, who was named in the second Amended Notice of Allegations from the NCAA as administering fake classes for the African and Afro-American Studies Department, has released an affidavit stating that the accusations against her are untrue.


Chris Derickson (center) outlines class registration during Monday's Student Athlete Academic Process Review meeting.

Process group reviews student-athlete schedules

What happened? The Student Athlete-Academic Process Review Group, a successor to a working group tasked with changing academic policies concerning student-athletes after the academic-athletic scandal, met to discuss the sixth and seventh processes out of 21 the group is set to review.