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Carolina Insider Podcast: FSU Preview, Javonte Williams, Basketball Practice Begins
Jones Angell and Adam Lucas preview UNC's upcoming football game at Florida State. Then Chancellor Kevin Guskiewicz talks about his vision for the future and his deep history with UNC Athletics. Next, tailback Javonte Williams
discusses UNC's dominant rushing attack, his eastern North Carolina roots, "Chicken Truck" shirts, and his horses.
Why Athletic Directors Must Embrace NIL: North Carolina’s Bubba Cunningham
UNC Athletic Director Bubba Cunningham sits down with INFLCR Founder Jim Cavale to discuss maximizing student-athlete potential, how Name, Image and Likeness should look, how it will impact recruiting and decision-making related to NIL. "About two years ago, we started thinking, 'how can our students begin to develop their brand on their own?'” (Athletic Director U
Kevin Guskiewicz Installed As UNC's 12th Chancellor
Chancellor Kevin M. Guskiewicz took his oath of office Sunday at a ceremony in Memorial Hall. At his installation as UNC's 12th chancellor, Guskiewicz spoke of the challenges faced by the “rising generation” — an uncertain economic future, a global pandemic, and racial inequity — and how he will consult that generation and earn their trust. (UNC.edu
UNC Updates Spring Calendar and Winter Commencement
UNC released updates to its spring calendar and winter commencement on Thursday afternoon. The start of the spring semester has been delayed until Jan. 19. Winter Commencement has been postponed with the hope to hold a commencement next spring, which includes spring 2020 and winter 2020 graduates, in addition to spring 2021 graduates. (UNC.edu
Video: Bubba Cunningham On The Packer And Durham Show
North Carolina Athletic Director Bubba Cunningham joined the Packer and Durham Show on the ACC Network Wednesday to discuss COVID-19 testing protocols, the challenges of scheduling games in an unpredictable environment, budgeting challenges, and much more.
Carolina Insider Podcast: Bubba Cunningham, Bryn Renner
Jones Angell and Adam Lucas welcome UNC athletic director Bubba Cunningham to explain the UNC vs. Charlotte football cancellation and the next step for Tar Heels. Then, Bryn Renner
, former UNC quarterback and current assistant coach at FIU, discusses his time at UNC, his coaching career, and his way-more-famous-than-him girlfriend.
UNC History Commission Recommends Removal of 2 Campus Building Names
UNC’s Commission on History, Race and a Way Forward voted unanimously to remove the names of Thomas Ruffin Jr. and Robert Hall Bingham from campus buildings due to their ties to white supremacy. At its September 10 meeting, commission members voted unanimously to recommend the removal of the names. (Chapelboro.com
Carolina Insider Podcast: Football Game Cancelled, Bubba Cunningham, Ray Vohasek
Charlotte cancelled its football game against UNC at the last moment due to Covid-19. Jones Angell and Adam Lucas revisit athletic director Bubba Cunningham's appearance on this week's video podcast
discussing the cancellation and details on UNC's upcoming basketball schedule. UNC defensive lineman Ray Vohasek
then pays a visit.
UNC-Chapel Hill weighs furloughs, salary cuts to offset potential $300M loss
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill could lose $300 million this year because of the pandemic, officials said Friday, meaning job cuts might be needed to balance the school's budget. The $300 million figure amounts to 8 percent of the university's annual budget and doesn't include any cuts lawmakers might make to the UNC system's state funding. (WRAL.com
‘Everything is Under Consideration’: UNC’s Cunningham Shares How COVID-19 Changes Athletics
UNC's COVID-19-related changes could lead to further reductions, like to sizes of coaching staffs, player scholarships, and the number of varsity programs. UNC Athletic Director Bubba Cunningham said while he has no interest in doing that, he’s working to openly discuss all possibilities with those in athletics. "Everything is under consideration." (Chapelboro.com