Students that didn't have Duke tickets gathered together in the Student Union to watch the game. Here we celebrate the win - and you can see people starting to rush out towards Franklin!
When we beat Duke (or win things like National Championships) UNC students rush Franklin Street for a "spontaneous" celebration that you can't miss! Here's the scene.
3 students talk about the energy on campus due to March Madness and how far they think the Heels will go on their path to the Final Four.
A UNC two-sport varsity athlete shares what it's like to be a UNC athlete.
Late Night with Roy is a celebration of UNC basketball at the Dean Dome before the season starts. Here are introductions of the men's basketball team. The excitement is contagious! Go Heels!
Students and fans cheer on the football team to a UNC victory.
A UNC student declares her undying love for UNC baseball and her thrill for their return to Boshamer Stadium.
A UNC junior, like many diehard Carolina basketball fans, believes wholeheartedly in a UNC title this year.
A junior gives us insight into club sports, the football team, and a few athletic traditions at UNC.
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