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Rameses becomes a father to triplets
Rameses has once again become more than UNC’s iconic living mascot — he has also become a father. About 13 days ago, a living tradition was continued with the birth of triplet baby rams. All three lambs were born at...

Girls And Women In Sports Day Means Fun For All
Athletes of all ages found much to celebrate Sunday as UNC commemorated National Girls and Women in Sports Day with an event at the Eddie Smith Indoor Field House. Student-athletes from most of the Tar Heel women's sports teams, as...

Extra Points: Dominion, Indeed
Among all the noteworthy athletic and physical wonders seen in Kenan Stadium on Saturday—and they were considerable—one of the most remarkable occurred late in the third quarter in the west end zone in front of the UNC student section. There,...

Saturday Marks 6th Anniversary Of Former UNC Mascot's Passing
Saturday is the sixth anniversary of former UNC mascot Jason Ray’s passing. Jason was the victim of a hit-and-run accident in 2007. “It does not get any easier. It feels like when I say he’s been gone six years, it...

UNC, Duke mascots share secrets inside the suits
They are the ultimate school cheerleaders, but players, coaches and fans don’t know their names, what they look like or the sound of their voices. The men inside the Duke Blue Devil and UNC Rameses mascot costumes say they plan...

Hogan family continues to care for UNC mascot
Rocky is a typical young Dorset Horned sheep most days, dining on grass and kicking up his heels in the pasture at Magnolia View Farm in Orange County. But when there is a nip in the air and autumn leaves...

New ‘Rameses’ wows at first football game
Seven-month-old Rocky is the youngest ram to ever represent the Tar Heels — and he’s already making his trainers proud. After the unexpected death of his predecessor, Rocky took the football field for the first time as the University’s mascot,...

UNC mascot's parents urge organ donation
Charlotte and Emmitt Ray were in Chapel Hill Sunday to raise money for the Jason Ray Foundation. It's named after their son who was the Tar Heel's mascot, Ramses, and was hit and killed by an SUV in March 2007...

Brunch Will Honor Memory Of Student Rameses Mascot
On Sunday, the Chapel Hill community will do its part to honor the memory of a student who suited up in the Ramses mascot outfit for numerous UNC athletic events. UNC medical support assistant Eleanor Murray says a fundraising brunch...

Rameses, a role assumed by 19 rams since 1924, has colorful past
The distinctive ram with Carolina blue horns has a storied history with UNC athletics, but much of its past is unknown to the University community. The most recent Rameses, who died Thursday, was the 18th ram to assume the duties...

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