On March 2, 1974, the men’s basketball team did the impossible: an 8 point comeback in 17 seconds. With the 50th anniversary of the game this year, the Carolina Alumni Review looks back at what is now the legendary sequence of events that led to…
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Redemption for the Heels! After losing at the buzzer in last year’s Championship, the Tar Heels win their 6th National Championship with a 71-65 win over Gonzaga.
Fans rushed Franklin Street as UNC wins its sixth national championship in men’s basketball.
Bobby Gersten, the University of North Carolina’s oldest living basketball and baseball player, discusses his role in recruiting and retaining former Tar Heel coach Dean Smith.
In writing about the 2016 president election, Ferrel Guillory’s students have been “prone to write that this is ‘unprecedented,’ ‘one of a kind,’ ‘never before,’ and I tell them, ‘Hold on, history flows … hardly anything is totally unique, totally…
Margaret Spellings was inaugurated as the 18th president of the UNC System, the oldest public university in America, on Oct.13, 2016. The ceremony was held in Memorial Hall on the campus of UNC.
Carolina celebrated its 223rd birthday with annual University Day festivities in October. The keynote address, “The Miles We Travel,” was given by Steve Farmer, head of UNC’s undergraduate admissions.
University Day marks the birth of the University on Oct. 12, 1793. This complete program video features speeches by UNC Chancellor Carol Folt, UNC System President Margaret Spellings and Steve Farmer, head of undergraduate admissions.