Student behind UNC's Rameses mascot for 4 years set to graduate
Posted May 8, 2022
It's the end of an era for UNC student Daniel Wood. Set to graduate from UNC with a degree in sport administration Sunday, Wood will also say goodbye to his role as Rameses, the school mascot. A Huntersville, NC native, Wood stepped into the role of Rameses went he arrived at UNC. He knew that it was something he wanted from the beginning.
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