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UNC football fell to Florida State 35-25 on Saturday afternoon in a home matchup at Kenan Stadium. The Tar Heels were up 10-0 until a Seminole interception that gave FSU the energy it needed to push toward a win.
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Tar Heels fall to Seminoles 35-25

UNC football fell to Florida State 35-25 on Saturday afternoon in a home matchup at Kenan Stadium. The Tar Heels were up 10-0 until a Seminole interception that gave FSU the energy it needed to push toward a win.


Erin Matson scored her 100th goal as a Tar Heel on Friday night under the lights of Karen Shelton Stadium. UNC walked away with a 4-1 victory against the Duke Blue Devils, Matson scoring three and senior forward Cassie Sumfest scoring one. 
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Matson scores 100th career goal, UNC defeats Duke 4-1

Erin Matson scored her 100th goal as a Tar Heel on Friday night under the lights of Karen Shelton Stadium. UNC walked away with a 4-1 victory against the Duke Blue Devils, Matson scoring three and senior forward Cassie Sumfest scoring one. 


In the Battle for the Victory Bell, the North Carolina football team shut down Duke in a 38-7 win. The victory gave the Tar Heels their third consecutive victory in the rivalry, and the 11th in a row for Mack Brown against the Blue Devils. The offense was led by sophomore receiver Josh Downs, who finished with 168 yards and a touchdown. Defensively, the Tar Heels contained Duke and scored its first defensive touchdown of the season.
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North Carolina football team defeats Duke 38-7

In the Battle for the Victory Bell, the North Carolina football team shut down Duke in a 38-7 win. The victory gave the Tar Heels their third consecutive victory in the rivalry, and the 11th in a row for Mack Brown against the Blue Devils. The offense was led by sophomore receiver Josh Downs, who finished with 168 yards and a touchdown. Defensively, the Tar Heels contained Duke and scored its first defensive touchdown of the season.


The North Carolina men’s basketball team held its second official practice under head coach Hubert Davis on Wednesday afternoon, which featured plenty of new faces. Most notably, transfers Justin McKoy, Brady Manek and Dawson Garcia saw some of their first action in Tar Heel uniforms. Playing a modified form of traditional UNC basketball was a point of emphasis throughout the practice, as the team ran the floor and focused on knocking down shots from a distance.
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North Carolina men's basketball practice on Sept. 29

The North Carolina men’s basketball team held its second official practice under head coach Hubert Davis on Wednesday afternoon, which featured plenty of new faces. Most notably, transfers Justin McKoy, Brady Manek and Dawson Garcia saw some of their first action in Tar Heel uniforms. Playing a modified form of traditional UNC basketball was a point of emphasis throughout the practice, as the team ran the floor and focused on knocking down shots from a distance.


UNC football triumphed over the Georgia State Panthers 59-17 in a home matchup on Sept. 11, 2021. The match was the Tar Heels' first home game of the season and the first home football game at full capacity since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. 
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UNC football defeats Georgia State 59-17 in home opener

UNC football triumphed over the Georgia State Panthers 59-17 in a home matchup on Sept. 11, 2021. The match was the Tar Heels' first home game of the season and the first home football game at full capacity since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. 


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Have U Heard Fest

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SmallFest took place over several days the week of Aug. 30, and countless student organizations showed up to recruit new members. Bustling crowds, tables, posters and free stuff flooded the Pit and its surrounding area.

SmallFest replaced UNC's similar annual festival, FallFest, due to rain the night that FallFest was scheduled to occur. As first-years and some sophomores alike come to campus for the first time, SmallFest was a bountiful induction into the extracurricular side of campus. 
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SmallFest

SmallFest took place over several days the week of Aug. 30, and countless student organizations showed up to recruit new members. Bustling crowds, tables, posters and free stuff flooded the Pit and its surrounding area. SmallFest replaced UNC's similar annual festival, FallFest, due to rain the night that FallFest was scheduled to occur. As first-years and some sophomores alike come to campus for the first time, SmallFest was a bountiful induction into the extracurricular side of campus. 


Over the weekend, British electronic/pop band Glass Animals performed at Cat’s Cradle in Carrboro — a last minute addition to the group's North American Dreamland tour, which is kicking off this week. After not performing for over a year, Glass Animals were eager to get back on stage, and it showed, as their electric energy could be felt all throughout the crowd. Fans matched that energy by singing along and dancing to the upbeat songs. Closing with a performance of their hit song, "Heat Waves," a song that peaked 19 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100, fans left energized with the return of live music.
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Glass Animals at Cat's Cradle

Over the weekend, British electronic/pop band Glass Animals performed at Cat’s Cradle in Carrboro — a last minute addition to the group's North American Dreamland tour, which is kicking off this week. After not performing for over a year, Glass Animals were eager to get back on stage, and it showed, as their electric energy could be felt all throughout the crowd. Fans matched that energy by singing along and dancing to the upbeat songs. Closing with a performance of their hit song, "Heat Waves," a song that peaked 19 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100, fans left energized with the return of live music.


On June 25, 2021, the UNC Black Student Movement hosted a demonstration in support of journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones who was denied tenure by the UNC Board of Trustees. During the demonstrations, members of the Black Student Movement spoke of a list of demands directed at Chancellor Kevin Guskiewicz and the UNC Board of Trustees. Some of the 13 demands include diversifying the Board, a permanent memorial for James Cates and granting Nikole Hannah-Jones tenure.
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UNC Black Student Movement Demonstration in Support of Nikole Hannah-Jones

On June 25, 2021, the UNC Black Student Movement hosted a demonstration in support of journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones who was denied tenure by the UNC Board of Trustees. During the demonstrations, members of the Black Student Movement spoke of a list of demands directed at Chancellor Kevin Guskiewicz and the UNC Board of Trustees. Some of the 13 demands include diversifying the Board, a permanent memorial for James Cates and granting Nikole Hannah-Jones tenure.


The inaugural Chapel Hill-Carrboro Juneteenth celebration took place on June 18 and 19. 
The event was a joint effort between the two towns and local organizations, including the Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools Office of Equity and Inclusion, the Chapel Hill-Carrboro NAACP and the Marian Cheek Jackson Center, to celebrate Black community and culture. 
Juneteenth — a portmanteau of June 19 — commemorates the end to slavery in the United States. Though the Emancipation Proclamation was issued on Jan. 1, 1863, the practice of slavery was not officially abolished until the summer of 1895. The holiday originated in Texas following the end of the Civil War. 
This weekend's festivities included the Buy Black campaign, a motorcade through historic Black neighborhood and musical performances from Triangle-based artists.
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Community members attend inaugural Chapel Hill-Carrboro Juneteenth events

The inaugural Chapel Hill-Carrboro Juneteenth celebration took place on June 18 and 19.  The event was a joint effort between the two towns and local organizations, including the Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools Office of Equity and Inclusion, the Chapel Hill-Carrboro NAACP and the Marian Cheek Jackson Center, to celebrate Black community and culture.  Juneteenth — a portmanteau of June 19 — commemorates the end to slavery in the United States. Though the Emancipation Proclamation was issued on Jan. 1, 1863, the practice of slavery was not officially abolished until the summer of 1895. The holiday originated in Texas following the end of the Civil War.  This weekend's festivities included the Buy Black campaign, a motorcade through historic Black neighborhood and musical performances from Triangle-based artists.


With rain washing away the annual cloud of pollen, the weather warming and the administration of over 5 million doses of COVID-19 vaccines, North Carolinians embrace the onset of a new season with open arms.  
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Spring Arrives in North Carolina

With rain washing away the annual cloud of pollen, the weather warming and the administration of over 5 million doses of COVID-19 vaccines, North Carolinians embrace the onset of a new season with open arms.  


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