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‘Los Jets’ and UNC professor headed to television
With N.C. high schools readying to start soccer practice, Siler City’s Jordan-Matthews will be in the spotlight. A new docu-series this season — “Los Jets” on NUVOtv — will depict the challenges, triumphs and daily lives of the Jordan-Matthews soccer...

Stuart Scott's ESPYs speech was his finest television moment
As Scott graced the stage at the Nokia Theatre, there was no need for his usual catchphrases and any sort of shtick. He spoke as a man constantly reminded of his own mortality, one who had just been through four surgeries in the...

UNC ranked 45th best university in the world
The Center for World University Rankings (CWUR) publishes the only global university ranking that measures the quality of education and training of students as well as the prestige of the faculty members and the quality of their research without relying...

Video: Stuart Scott Accepts Jimmy V Award
North Carolina alumnus Stuart Scott Wins the Jimmy V Award for his courageous fight against cancer...

Video: 2014 ESPY Awards Jimmy V -Stuart Scott
Stuart Scott receives the 2014 Jimmy V Perseverance Award. In this feature, he shares his emotional battle with cancer and follows Jimmy V's motto to never give up...

Thrill City plays to the fan base
The owners and operators of Thrill City, a new clothing shop on Franklin Street, have dreams for the future but a present and past deeply rooted in Chapel Hill. Co-owner Ryan Cocca has lived in Chapel Hill since he was...

Favorite corners of Carolina
Whether it’s the high-energy crossroads of campus or a quiet spot in the shade of the quad, everyone has a favorite part of the Carolina campus. Here are some of the places people choose to go for a few minutes...

Chapel Hill History: Polk Place
On May 31, 1847, President James K. Polk arrived in Chapel Hill, the first sitting president to visit the town. Polk was already quite familiar with Chapel Hill. He was born in Mecklenburg County and graduated from UNC in 1818...

ESPN’s Stuart Scott: ‘Dude, cancer sucks’
Stuart Scott, the Lord willing, will wake up and stand on his own two feet this morning. If he’s tired, it could be because he packed a week’s worth of work into one day, not because of the cancer that’s...

June’s best photos: Start of summer at Carolina
Summer has officially started, but there’s nothing quiet about Carolina’s campus right now. Members of the Class of 2018 and transfer students have been passing through the Union, the Pit and other parts of campus for orientation. Hundreds of rising...

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