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'You are who you are': How UNC sports administrator Dave Lohse came out, thrived in Chapel Hill

In June 2016, Dave Lohse stood on a stage in the grand ballroom of the Hilton Anatole hotel in Dallas. He’d just been announced as the winner of the Achievement Award — an honor that the College Sports Information Directors of America gives out annually. Lohse had spent almost 50 years publicizing and promoting the accomplishments of others. (Daily Tar Heel)

Chansky’s Notebook: The New Carolina Way

Bubba Cunningham has continued redefining the Carolina Way. With his hiring of new women’s basketball coach , Cunningham has reaffirmed his commitment to make UNC athletics as good as it can be, regardless of where his administrators and coaches come from. “We were looking for absolutely the best coach we could find,” he said. (Chapelboro.com)

Carolina Insider Podcast: UNC Assistant AD Ken Cleary on the ACC Network, Weekend Recap, and More

Jones Angell and Adam Lucas host a wide-ranging, fun-filled show which includes a weekend recap, reverse Footloose, all-time athletic walk of shame, #StoryTime, and Assistant AD Ken Cleary joins the Pod to discuss North Carolina's growing content-producing department, game day atmosphere, and everything you need to know about the ACC Network (GoHeels.com)

Schools Prepare For ACC Network Launch

When the ACC Network was announced in July 2016, the scramble began at nearly every league school to get the needed facilities built. One of the biggest projects in the league is at UNC. The facility, next to the Koury Natatorium and across the sidewalk from the Smith Center, will be the two-story, 13,000-square-foot Carolina Athletics Media Communication Center. (SportsChannel 8)

The Financial Stakes of the NCAA Tournament

Bubba Cunningham’s favorite team wears blue and white. But UNC’s athletic director will be pulling for more than his Tar Heels when the NCAA men’s basketball tournament begins on Tuesday. One of the reasons has to do with a different color: green. In short, the better the ACC does in the tournament, the more lucrative it is for the schools in the conference. (Inside Carolina)

UNC's Dave Lohse Elected To CoSIDA Hall Of Fame

Dave Lohse, a member of the UNC sports information/athletic communications staff for 42 years, will be inducted into the College Sports Information Directors of America Hall of Fame Class of 2019, the CoSIDA Board of Directors announced Monday. Lohse began working in the UNC sports information office under the direction of Rick Brewer in 1977. (GoHeels.com)

Silent Sam protester’s honor court case is dismissed by UNC appeals panel

A UNC hearings panel has dismissed the honor court case against Maya Little, the doctoral student who had previously been found responsible for damaging property when she poured red ink and blood on the Silent Sam Confederate monument. The panel voted to dismiss the case on the grounds that Little’s basic rights had been violated in an initial honor court hearing. (Durham Herald-Sun)

UNC officials condemn old yearbook photos of students in Klan robes, blackface

University of North Carolina officials on Thursday condemned photos from UNC-Chapel Hill's 1979 yearbook that show some students wearing white hoods and robes pretending to lynch another student in blackface. "There's a number of things about our past that we need to understand and deal with," UNC Interim President Dr. Bill Roper said. (WRAL.com)

Bill Roper names Kevin Guskiewicz as interim UNC Chancellor

Interim UNC system President Bill Roper has named Kevin Guskiewicz UNC's interim chancellor: "I am grateful that Bill Roper has asked me to serve as chancellor until a permanent leader is hired. It is a privilege to lead Carolina, the institution I love and have called home for nearly 24 years. The promise of what we will accomplish together energizes and excites me." (UNC.edu)

Carolina’s highlights during Chancellor Folt’s tenure

As chancellor of the University of North Carolina, Carol Folt set the course for Carolina’s future with the Blueprint for Next and the largest fundraising campaign in the University’s history, worked to make college education accessible for all North Carolinians, inspired Tar Heels to embrace the arts and saw faculty members reach new heights. (UNC.edu)
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