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Graduate guard Cameron Johnson attempts a layup in the first half against Louisville in the ACC Tournament quarterfinals at the Spectrum Center in Charlotte.

Analysis: Cam Johnson, Justin Jackson and a history of UNC players in the NBA Finals

UNC has a total of 17 former players that have won the NBA Finals. Six players from UNC have won three or more championships; the most recent player to join this club was Danny Green in 2020 with the Los Angeles Lakers. Despite having more players in the NBA, Duke has 12 fewer NBA champions than UNC. Duke may have more players in the league, but UNC is winning where it counts — the trophy case.

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Demonstrators gather at the Board of Trustees' special meeting on June 30 as the Board goes into closed session to deliberate on Nikole Hannah-Jones' tenure case.

UNC-NAACP holds demonstration in protest of Rahsheem Holland's promotion

On Monday, July 12, the NAACP held a demonstration in protest of Rahsheem Holland's promotion as acting Chief of UNC Police.  The demonstration started with remarks from UNC-Chapel Hill NAACP President Jarrah Faye, who said students at the June 30 protest were not aware or informed that the Board of Trustees meeting would be closed.  “I’m not surprised, and I’m sure nobody else here is, because they are known for brutalizing students, and they are known for specifically harassing black students,” she said.

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UNC's new women's golf head coach, Aimee Neff (right), smiles at the 2020 FAU Women's Golf Photo Day. Photo courtesy of JC Ridley.

UNC women's golf team finds its next head coach in Aimee Neff

Neff coached a season as an assistant at Vanderbilt University before joining UNC's program as an assistant in the 2017-2018 season. Neff learned a lot coaching under big names and competitive programs, but credits her experiences at UNC under former head coach Jan Mann as crucial in her growth as a coach and opportunity to return to North Carolina.

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