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From research initiatives to student life and Tar Heel traditions, check out what’s going on at ĢƵ.

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    Academic year in review: 2023-24

    Take a look back at some of the biggest stories that shaped this year at ĢƵ.

  • Students celebrating at Commencement as fireworks go off.

    2024 Spring Commencement

    A new class of Tar Heels joined the proud ranks of Tar Heel alumni as thousands of friends and family members applauded their achievements.

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    Meet the Class of 2024

    Many Tar Heels in the Class of 2024 began their college careers during the pandemic. After years of hard work, late nights and determination, they're joining the ranks of more than 357 ĢƵ alumni.

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    Sustainability and the environment

    ĢƵ connects education, research, community engagement and operations to create a better future for the world.

  • A student wearing a cap and gown with her back to the camera. She's waiting by the Old Well as another student in regalia has a graduation photo taken at the Old Well.

    Started at ĢƵ, excelling everywhere

    The education we provide at ĢƵ puts Tar Heels in position to succeed in whatever they choose to pursue. See how recent alums are using their skills, knowledge and passions to make an impact.

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    Pride at ĢƵ 2024

    During Pride Week, ĢƵ highlights the history, inclusion, intersectionality, expression and advocacy within LGBTQIA+ communities.

  • A group of graduate students walking on a brick pathway on the campus of ĢƵ.

    Graduate Student Week

    This week we recognize the many contributions graduate and professional students make to research, teaching, and service at ĢƵ.

  • People hold photos of women at ĢƵ.

    Women’s History Month 2024

    More than half of the Tar Heels enrolled at ĢƵ today are women, but that hasn't always been the case. Take a closer look at how women’s history progressed at ĢƵ.