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Podcast: Chancellor Kevin Guskiewicz on UNC's reopening and coronavirus response

In an exclusive interview last Thursday, UNC Chancellor Kevin Guskiewicz spoke with the Daily Tar Heel about his worries for reopening campus, what protocols exist for students who contract the virus, and what the potential consequences for student organizations would be if found in violation of the University’s “Community Standards.” Read More...

Cunningham: UNC Athletics ‘Could Lose up to $52 Million in Revenue’

UNC Athletics could potentially lose up to $52 million in revenue if fall sports seasons and the men’s basketball season are shortened or canceled, athletic director Bubba Cunningham said. The coronavirus pandemic has caused major shifts throughout the landscape of college sports. The beginning of the pandemic saw the NCAA Tournament canceled. (Chapelboro.com)

Carolina Athletics Update From UNC AD Bubba Cunningham

We face a $15 million loss in ticket revenue and a potential $30 million loss overall, even if we are allowed to fill Kenan Stadium at 30 percent capacity for football and the Smith Center at 50 percent capacity for men's basketball. If Fall sports seasons and the men's basketball season are shortened or cancelled, we could lose up to $52 million in revenue. (GoHeels.com)

Message from Chancellor Guskiewicz on letter from the Orange County Health Department

"I am writing to update you on a letter I received last Wednesday from the Orange County Health Department, my subsequent conversations to clarify the points made in that letter, and actions we have taken that we believe address their concerns. We believe we have made significant progress towards aligning with the OCHD’s general recommendations." (UNC.edu)

UNC System will not change tuition and fees, waives testing requirements for 2021

The UNC System will not change or refund tuition and student fees for the 2020-21 academic year even if instruction goes remote, the Board of Governors voted Thursday. The BOG also passed a motion to waive standardized testing requirements for 2021 admissions and prepared to transition from interim President Bill Roper to incoming President Peter Hans. (Daily Tar Heel)

UNC Board of Trustees approves policy for renaming campus buildings

The University Board of Trustees followed up on its June 17 decision to lift the moratorium on changing building names by approving a new name removal process. Trustees voted 12-1 to approve guidelines for removing names, so the University can ensure each decision ensures that the names on campus "reflect the highest ideals of our University.” (UNC.edu)

Six Tar Heels Named to ACC Committee For Racial And Social Justice

ACC Commissioner has announced the formation of the ACC's Committee for Racial and Social Justice. Operating under the moniker of "CORE" – Champions of Racial Equity – the committee's vision is to lead in college athletics by promoting and instilling racial and social justice, and equity for all. Each of the ACC's 15 institutions are represented. (GoHeels.com)

Explaining UNC's student athletic ticket system

You've heard all about UNC's legendary student section at men's basketball games. You've heard about the football team's renewed success following 's return. But if you want to experience men’s basketball games, football games and other athletic events in person, make sure you follow this guide to secure a seat. (Daily Tar Heel)

UNC Student-Athlete Advisory Council: ‘We Must All Aim to Be Actively Anti-Racist’

The UNC Student-Athlete Advisory Council released a statement on Wednesday expressing its support for the Black community. The statement, which was signed in coordination with athletic director Bubba Cunningham, offers support to current and former Black student-athletes at UNC and says racist comments and micro-aggressions will no longer go unchallenged. (Chapelboro.com)

UNC Coaches, AD Reflect on ACC Commissioner John Swofford

The ACC announced on Thursday that longtime Commissioner will retire from his post with the conference in June of 2021. Following the announcement of Swofford's retirement, UNC Athletic Director Bubba Cunningham, women's basketball coach , and football coach all released statements on Swofford's impact. (Inside Carolina)
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