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Gallery: UNC wrestling defeats Pitt, 22-12, in ACC home opener
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Gallery: UNC wrestling defeats Pitt, 22-12, in ACC home opener

Photos of wrestling's ACC home opener versus Pitt on Friday, Feb. 9, 2024 in Carmichael Arena. UNC beat Pitt 22-12. Highlights included UNC first-year Derek Guanajuato's first ranked win over Pitt's No. 23 Vinnie Santaniello, UNC unranked redshirt first year Jayden Scott defeating Pitt's No. 28 Finn Solomon, UNC graduate No. 27 Tyler Eischens third straight ranked win with the win over Pitt's No. 18 Luca Augustine, and UNC redshirt junior No. 26 Max Shaw's win over Pitt's No. 14 Mac Stout. Photos by Lara Crochik


Spotlight on UNC men's rugby
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Spotlight on UNC men's rugby

The UNC men's rugby team fell to N.C. State 39-7 on Friday night in the National Collegiate Rugby game of the week on Friday, Sept. 22, 2023, at Hooker Fields. Photos by Nathaniel Skvoretzclose, Maria Barriga-Mateos, Lara Crochik, Abigail McKee and Derek Peng. 


Thirty Two Hours.
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Thirty Two Hours.

On Feb. 26, 2022, the elevator in Koury Residence Hall stopped working. This left Eleanor Bolton and Laura Saavedra Forero, UNC students who use wheelchairs, stuck in the hall for 32 hours. So, on Thursday, Campus Y Co-Presidents Saavedra Forrero and Megan Murphy sat out on the steps of the South Building for 32 hours to protest for a more accessible campus and community. Co-Photo Editors Kennedy Cox and Samantha Lewis, and Staff Photographer Heather Diehl, joined them periodically over these 32 hours to help capture this demonstration. Graphic by Carson Elm-Picard.


Vigil held for victims of Russian aggression against Ukraine
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Vigil held for victims of Russian aggression against Ukraine

On Feb. 25, 2022 community members attended a vigil for victims of Russian aggression against Ukraine held by the Department of Germanic and Slavic Languages in Polk Place outside of Dey Hall. Associate Professor of Russian and the Russian Program Director, Stanislav Shvabrin, gave the opening remarks and then allowed other community members to speak their thoughts on the subject. 


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