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'He's given me meaning': UNC senior talks about his time as Rameses


Thousands of students and fans fill UNC's athletic venues, but senior Daniel Wood has a very different view than the rest. For the past four years, he has cheered on the Tar Heels through the mask of the University's mascot, Rameses. In March 2018, Wood attended tryouts to be UNC's mascot. On April 12, he got an email welcoming him to the "ramily." (Daily Tar Heel)

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'He's given me meaning': UNC senior talks about his time as Rameses


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