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UNC Sports And Entertainment Summit Returns To Blue Zone

The UNC Sports and Entertainment Summit returned to Chapel Hill last weekend, bringing UNC alumni back to campus to connect with students, young alumni, faculty, and staff. The event, held at Kenan Stadium's Blue Zone, was attended by more than 150 guests interested in learning and networking in the sport and entertainment industry. (GoHeels.com)

Wearing Many Hats: Beth Miller, Volleyball, and the UNC Success Story

Dr. Beth Miller has worn many hats at UNC: coach, administrator, teacher, friend. As we celebrate a half century of women's sports at UNC, we reflect on her many roles during her five decades in Chapel Hill—from volleyball head coach, to 30 years overseeing UNC's Olympic sports program, to being the first Senior Woman Administrator in Chapel Hill. (GoHeels.com)

A message from Chancellor Guskiewicz on World Mental Health Day

We are in the middle of a mental health crisis, and college-aged students carry an increased risk of suicide. This crisis has directly impacted members of our community – especially with the passing of two students on campus in the past month. After meeting with student and faculty leaders, I am announcing a Wellness Day for students on Tuesday, Oct. 12. (UNC.edu)

A message from the Chancellor: Remembering 9/11

We join our nation in remembering those we lost 20 years ago on September 11. On that day, we lost six members of our Tar Heel community: Karleton Fyfe ’92, Mary Lou Hague ’96, Andrew King ’83, ’98, Dora Menchaca ’78, and Christopher Quackenbush ’79. At Saturday's football game, we will remember September 11 and pay tribute to those who have served our country. (UNC.edu)

North Carolina’s foray into group licensing opening up numerous NIL possibilities

In July, three months after the school announced a group licensing deal for former Tar Heels athletes, UNC became the first school to announce a group licensing deal for current athletes. UNC is working with The Brandr Group, a Florida-based licensing agency, so athletes can benefit from products that incorporate the school’s trademarks and logos. (On3.com)

Carolina Insider Podcast: Alliance, Football & Basketball Updates, Tim Federowicz

Jones Angell and Adam Lucas discuss the ACC/Big Ten/Pac-12 alliance with Bubba Cunningham, ' first press conference since he was hired as the Tar Heels' men's basketball coach, UNC football updates, and more. Then former Carolina baseball star, long-time pro, and Olympic silver medalist, Tim Federowicz, joins. (Listen To Podcast)

Flagship Station for Tar Heel Sports Launches Innovative Name, Image, Likeness Pilot Program

In response to calls from leaders and coaches at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 97.9 The Hill WCHL has launched a program designed to create Name-Image-Likeness opportunities for all UNC-Chapel Hill varsity athletes. The 2021 North Carolina Tar Heels Football Team will function as the pilot program for this exciting opportunity. (Chapelboro.com)

UNC Athletics Announces Gameday Safety Measures

Everyone attending UNC athletic events must comply with local guidelines and the University's COVID-19 Community Standards. Masks must be worn over your nose and mouth at all times for all indoor events. This includes restrooms, the Blue Zone, elevators at football games, and transportation services. Vaccinations are strongly encouraged. (GoHeels.com)

Bubba Cunningham Discusses ACC/Big10/Pac-12 Alliance

Commissioners from the ACC, Big Ten, and Pac-12 Conferences held a press conference Tuesday to announce an alliance between the three athletic conferences and its 41 member institutions. Contrary to popular belief upon hearing about the alliance, UNC Athletic Director Bubba Cunningham made the claim that this isn’t a monetary-driven alliance. (Inside Carolina)

Dr. Mario Ciocca Always On Call For UNC Athletics

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, the first and last calls that UNC Athletic Director Bubba Cunningham made each day were to Dr. Mario Ciocca. As director of sports medicine, Ciocca put in long hours to make sure Carolina's 800+ student athletes stayed healthy and continued to play sports safely. Ciocca knows what it's like to be a college athlete. (GoHeels.com)
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