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Detail photo of graduation tassels are on display during the "conGRADulations Fair for Graduating Students" on March 22, 2018, in Chapel Hill. The event was held so that students could pick out their caps, gowns, class rings and other graduation announcement material along with taking selfies with Rameses. (Johnny Andrews / UNC-Chapel Hill)More than 2,300 University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill students will begin a new chapter of their lives Dec. 16 as their degrees are conferred at the University’s annual Winter Commencement. The ceremony, held at the Dean E. Smith Center at 2 p.m., will celebrate students who graduated in August and December.

Former Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Winston B. Crisp will deliver the ceremony’s commencement address.

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