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Here's what UNC fans can expect from the new ACC Network

What can UNC fans expect from the ACCN? The first thing to know is that the Tar Heels' home openers for both football and men's basketball – Sept. 7 against Miami and Nov. 6 against Notre Dame, respectively – will be broadcast exclusively on the ACC Network. That's bad news for UNC fans whose providers haven't yet announced a deal with the ACCN. (Daily Tar Heel)

Update on Alcohol Sales in Kenan Stadium for 2019 Season

As UNC's preseason training camp enters its second week and the Tar Heels's first home game is right around corner, it remains unclear whether UNC will be prepared and ready to sell alcohol in Kenan Stadium by September. According to a report by, the board of trustees authorized the sale of alcohol at certain athletics facilities on campus. (Inside Carolina)

No Timeline for Selling Alcohol as UNC Football Season Approaches

The board of trustees authorized the sale of alcohol at certain athletics facilities on campus, including Kenan Stadium, with a vote in April. But there is still “no timeline” for implementation, according to a statement from UNC senior associate athletic director for communications Steve Kirschner, adding the item is “still under discussion.” (

UNC Announces Search Committee to Look for New Chancellor

At its meeting Thursday, UNC’s Board of Trustees revealed the search committee created to find the school’s next permanent chancellor. Chair of the campus Board of Trustees Richard Stevens, who will chair the 20-member search committee, said it will be a diverse mix. Stevens, who was appointed the board’s chair in July, explained the process (

Beer, Wine Could Be on Menu at UNC Games

Carolina has a decision to make, courtesy of a new law that allows the state’s 16 public universities to authorize beer and wine sales at campus sports events. After Gov. signed into law a bill passed by both houses of the N.C. General Assembly, UNC Athletics Director Bubba Cunningham indicated support was strong for selling alcoholic beverages. (Carolina Alumni Review)

UNC Preparing to Allow Alcohol Sales During On-Campus Sports

Fans at Kenan Stadium and other UNC sporting events this fall will very likely have the option to purchase alcohol during the games. North Carolina Governor signed into law this week changes that allow for colleges in the UNC System to sell alcohol at sporting events on campus, if the university’s board of trustees approves. (

Gov. Roy Cooper signs bill into law allowing alcohol sales at athletic facilities of UNC schools

North Carolina Governor signed a bill into law Wednesday that authorizes boards of trustees at University of North Carolina system schools to decide whether to sell alcohol at their stadiums and athletic facilities. The House voted 88-25 on June 19 to approve the Senate version of House Bill 389, sending the measure to Gov. Cooper’s desk for his signature. (WBTV)

UNC Monitoring Bill that would Allow Alcohol Sales at Athletics Events

A bill that would allow alcohol to be sold at athletics events on campuses across the UNC System is awaiting the governor’s signature to become law. And UNC-Chapel Hill officials appear eager to see its approval. The North Carolina House voted this week to approve the Senate version of the bill. Governor has not said whether he favors the bill. (

UNC Master Plan is a Road Map for Campus Growth

As UNC continues to grow, planning becomes all the more important in order to make use of available space for new campus buildings and facilities. A new university master plan will serve as a road map for physical development on UNC grounds over the next 10 to 20 years. The master plan foresees up to 3.3 million gross square feet of new construction. (

'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)
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