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  • 225 years of Tar Heels: Carl Kasell

    As Carolina students in the 1950s, Carl Kasell and his classmate Charles Kuralt founded WUNC, a UNC student-run station that would later become North Carolina Public Radio. For the next several decades, Kasell was a key voice on NPR as the host of “Morning Edition" and the judge on “Wait Wait…Don’t Tell Me!”

  • ‘A freedom to explore’

    By working in labs and Carolina's makerspaces, graduating senior Abigail Gancz spent four years exploring and redefining her career path.

  • Changing lives

    Graduating senior and decorated military veteran Zac Rhyner urges students to step outside their comfort zones in pursuit of their dreams.

  • Breaking the cycle

    Randi Thompson will graduate from Carolina with a bachelor’s degree in public policy and a minor in social and economic justice. In doing so, she will become the first person in her family to graduate from college.

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