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Beth Miller worked to help rise of UNC women's athletics for decades

Before Beth Miller was given the Women Leaders in College Sports Lifetime Achievement Award, and before she was the highest-ranking female athletic administrator at North Carolina, she was a full-time assistant professor in the health and physical education department. It was there that she started her 40-plus year UNC career that ended back in 2015. (Daily Tar Heel)

Video: Tar Heel Talk - Coaches Corner

23 National Championships, 37 Conference Championships, 2 Hall of Famers, and 1 Under Armour Athletic Director of the Year all at one table. And the topic discussed by , , , and Bubba Cunningham? Character. Read More...

Video: UNC Athletic Director Bubba Cunningham talks about coronavirus and college sports

University of North Carolina Director of Athletics Bubba Cunningham talks about the challenges facing the Tar Heels and all of college sports as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. Read More...

UNC Begins Online Instruction for Courses, Chancellor Offers Encouragement

After an extended spring break due to the spread of COVID-19, UNC students began classes again for the first time in more than two weeks. Students checked into their courses online, largely away from campus, after the university required most students to move out of residence halls. Chancellor Kevin Guskiewicz shared a video message to students. (

Carolina Insider Podcast: COVID-19, Bubba Cunningham updates UNC's response, basketball season recap

COVID-19 has changed everything since we last visited. Basketball season ended and we recap the year plus look ahead to next season. Then, North Carolina Athletic Director Bubba Cunningham joins Jones Angell and Adam Lucas to give an update on how UNC Athletics has responded to the coronavirus, how decisions were made, and what comes next. (

Chansky’s Notebook: The Way Back

A controlled environment may be the key to resuming. Of course, the players and coaches are part of a university and the ACC, so the overriding policies of cancellation or suspension must be followed. But if and when the coronavirus is contained and activities can resume, controlling the environment under which that happens will be the key to continuation. (

Message from UNC leaders on students remaining away from campus

To our undergraduate students, as well as graduate students who do not have research or teaching responsibilities on campus, we are writing to strongly urge these students — residential, off-campus and graduate students with no research or teaching responsibilities — to not return to campus the week of March 16 and should spend the week at their homes. (

UNC AD Bubba Cunningham on the Impact of COVID-19 on UNC Sports

"It an incredible week," UNC Director of Athletics Bubba Cunningham said about the suspensions and cancellations in an interview with play-by-play announcer Jones Angell. "When you make decisions you worry about the implications, but I don't think there has been a decision that we have ever made that has more of an impact on student-athletes." (Inside Carolina)

UNC Extends Spring Break, Institutes Remote Instruction to Mitigate Spread of COVID-19

Today, UNC is announcing a plan that will require us to pivot from where we were as a campus one week ago to encourage greater “social distancing” and mitigate the spread of the COVID-19 virus. We are extending spring break through Sunday, March 22. Starting Monday, March 23, the majority of classes will be offered remotely and will remain that way for the foreseeable future. (

Bubba Cunningham Named AD Of The Year

UNC Director of Athletics Bubba Cunningham has earned the 2019-20 Under Armour AD of the Year Award. UNC teams have won NCAA Championships in Men's Basketball, Men's and Women's Soccer, Men's and Women's Lacrosse, and Field Hockey since 2011. UNC also has won five ITA National Indoor Championships in Men's and Women's Tennis. (
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