A mexican-style burrito served with some limes
Refried beans being prepared in a skillet
Three varieties of taco (clockwise from left): carnitas, carne asada and al pastor. As is traditional, they are each garnished simply with cilantro and chopped onion, and served with lime on the side for seasoning to the taste of the consumer.
Chimichangas
A basic burrito that has not been fully wrapped, with meat, refried beans, sauce and cheese
Refried beans
Alubia pinta alavesa, a red pinto bean variety developed in Añana, Spain
Tacos al pastor made with adobada meat.
Chimichanga served in Amigos restaurant (Melbourne, Australia)
Mission-style burrito containing shredded pork, beans, and rice
Refried beans
Two fish tacos in Bonita, California
Contents of a carne asada burrito
Three soft-shell tacos with beef filling at a restaurant in Helsinki, Finland
Contents of a California burrito
Typical breakfast taco with eggs, sausage and salsa
A photograph of a hand holding a chile relleno burrito wrapped in yellow paper from Al and Bea's in the Boyle Heights neighborhood in Los Angeles.
Tacos made with a carnitas filling
A wet burrito
Grilled shrimp taco
A steak burrito bowl
Tacos de suadero (grey) and chorizo (red) being prepared at a taco stand
A chorizo-and-egg breakfast burrito with salsa
Barbacoa tacos
A chimichanga
Taco al pastor with guacamole
A hard-shell taco, made with a prefabricated shell
Common ingredients for North American hard shell tacos
A crispy taco from a Sacramento, California taqueria
A puffy taco
A frybread taco
A fish taco on frybread

A chimichanga is a deep-fried burrito that is common in Tex-Mex and other Southwestern U.S. cuisine.

- Chimichanga

It is the most popular bean by crop production in Northern Mexico and the Southwestern United States, and is most often eaten whole (sometimes in broth), or mashed and then refried.

- Pinto bean

Burritos are filled with savory ingredients, most often a meat such as beef, chicken, or pork, and often include other ingredients, such as rice, cooked beans (either whole or refried), vegetables, such as lettuce and tomatoes, cheese, and condiments such as salsa, pico de gallo, guacamole, or crema.

- Burrito

In northern Mexico and Tex-Mex cuisine, refried beans are usually prepared with pinto beans, but many other varieties of bean are used in other parts of Mexico, such as black, Peruano, or red kidney beans.

- Refried beans

Tacos can be contrasted with similar foods such as burritos, which are often much larger and rolled rather than folded; taquitos, which are rolled and fried; or chalupas/tostadas, in which the tortilla is fried before filling.

- Taco
Jordan in 2014
James with the Los Angeles Lakers in 2022
Bryant with the Los Angeles Lakers in 2014
Bird in 2004
Bill Russell (off ball) was a member of one of the first dynasties in the NBA, winning eight straight titles while contending against Wilt Chamberlain (on ball).
Jordan in 1992
James picks up his dribble against Caron Butler of the Washington Wizards in November 2006.
Bryant's retired No. 33 jersey and banner at the Lower Merion High School gym
Bird warming up for Indiana State
The 1980s saw a renewal in the rivalry between the Boston Celtics (green) and the Los Angeles Lakers (gold), combining to win eight titles.
Jordan in training with the Scottsdale Scorpions in 1994
James engages in his pre-game ritual of tossing crushed chalk into the air in March 2008; the routine was mostly ended after 2011.
Bryant taking a shot in 1999
Bird recorded 14 points, 10 rebounds and five assists in his NBA debut against the Houston Rockets on October 12, 1979.
Michael Jordan combined with Scottie Pippen and coach Phil Jackson to win six NBA championships.
Jordan with coach Phil Jackson in 1997
James and DeShawn Stevenson in April 2008. The two had a short feud after Stevenson called James "overrated".
Bryant at the free-throw line, 2005
Bird playing for the Celtics in a game against the Washington Bullets
Kobe Bryant was a member of the Los Angeles Lakers that won five NBA championships from 2000 to 2010.
Plaque at the United Center that chronicles Jordan's career achievements
James with the Cavaliers in November 2009. He finished his first stint with the Cavaliers averaging 27.8 points, 7 rebounds, 7 assists, and 1.7 steals per game.
Bryant driving towards the basket
Bird playing for the Celtics in the 1985 NBA playoffs
Tim Duncan won five championships with the San Antonio Spurs from 1999 to 2014.
Jordan as a member of the Washington Wizards, April 14, 2003
James goes in for a slam dunk as a member of the Heat, as John Wall of the Wizards looks on in March 2011.
Bryant's Lakers lost to the Boston Celtics in six games during the 2008 NBA Finals.
A Larry Bird plaque at Quincy Market, Boston
Stephen Curry led the Golden State Warriors to both the best regular season and postseason records in NBA history, and 3 championships.
Jordan on the "Dream Team" in 1992
James stands at midcourt during a dead ball on January 16, 2013. On that night, he became the youngest player in NBA history to score 20,000 career points.
Derek Fisher and Bryant with President Barack Obama during the White House visit honoring the Lakers' 2009 championship
Jordan dunking the ball, 1987–88
James throws a pass as Gorgui Dieng defends in December 2014. Later that season, James reached several passing milestones, including becoming the Cavaliers' all-time assists leader.
Bryant shoots a left-handed floater over future teammate Dwight Howard of the Orlando Magic on January 18, 2010.
James Worthy, Jordan, and Dean Smith in 2007 at a North Carolina Tar Heels men's basketball game honoring the 1957 and 1982 men's basketball teams
James dunking in October 2016
Bryant and fellow Lakers meet with President Barack Obama in honor of the 2010 championship.
Jordan on a golf course in 2007
James protects the ball from Kyrie Irving in October 2017. The two were teammates in Cleveland for three seasons.
Bryant wearing a mask in 2012 after suffering a broken nose
Jordan receiving the Presidential Medal of Freedom from President Barack Obama at the White House
In June 2018, James became a free agent for a second time. He signed with the Lakers.
Bryant dunking against the Milwaukee Bucks, 2013
Jordan in 2008
James backing down on Bradley Beal in December 2018. After missing out the playoffs for the first time since 2005, James and Anthony Davis led the Lakers in the NBA Bubble to win their first NBA title since 2010.
Bryant shooting against Marcin Gortat of the Washington Wizards, 2014
James at the 2022 NBA All-Star Game.
Bryant playing against Gary Neal of the Washington Wizards after announcing his forthcoming retirement, 2015
James posterized former Cleveland teammate Kevin Love in a game against the Cavaliers on March 21, 2022.
Bryant, in his final Cleveland game, defending LeBron James
James attempting a shot over China's Yao Ming at the 2008 Summer Olympics
Bryant avoiding a collision in a game against China at the 2008 Summer Olympics
James dunking in a 2012 Team USA exhibition game
Bryant shoots a fadeaway over Shane Battier in 2009.
James drives to the basket in March 2008. A deft finisher, he led the NBA in scoring and shooting percentage at the rim in 2013.
Bryant handling the ball in 2014, when he became the first NBA player with over 30,000 points and 6,000 assists
James defending against Joe Harris in February 2018
Bryant at the premiere of Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End, 2007
James with the Cavaliers in 2017. NBA analyst Brian Windhorst, who spent his career covering James, recounted: "No one has ever had as much hype as James has had to live up to, and James has delivered on every last drop."
Bryant at a Nike store launch ceremony in Taipei, 2007
James, First Lady Michelle Obama, and Dwyane Wade tape a public service announcement in January 2014
Bryant with U.S. President George W. Bush, Jason Kidd, and Deron Williams at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, China
James with California Governor Gavin Newsom on The Shop when Newsom signed the Fair Pay to Play Act in 2019
Fans gathered in front of Staples Center on the day of Bryant's death
James (center) celebrates during the Heat's 2012 championship parade

He played fifteen seasons in the National Basketball Association (NBA), winning six NBA championships with the Chicago Bulls.

- Michael Jordan

Widely regarded as one of the greatest basketball players of all time, Bryant won five NBA championships, was an 18-time All-Star, a 15-time member of the All-NBA Team, a 12-time member of the All-Defensive Team, the 2008 NBA Most Valuable Player (MVP), and a two-time NBA Finals MVP.

- Kobe Bryant

He has competed in ten NBA Finals, the third most all time, including eight consecutively between 2011 and 2018.

- LeBron James

He played for the Celtics during his entire professional career (13 seasons), leading them to five NBA finals appearances and three NBA championships.

- Larry Bird

The 1979 NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Championship Game featured Magic Johnson's Michigan State University team facing off against Larry Bird's Indiana State University team.

- NBA Finals
Musk at the Royal Society admissions day in London, 2018
Musk in 2013
Musk graduated from Pretoria Boys High School in South Africa.
The Kitchen
The insignia of Tesla Motors as seen on a Tesla Roadster Sport, c. 2010.
Aerial view of the campus, 1919.
Then NASA Administrator Charles Bolden congratulates Musk in front of the SpaceX Dragon following its successful 2012 mission
First deliveries of Model S at the Tesla Factory in Fremont, California, in June 2012
US President Franklin D. Roosevelt speaking at Queen's after receiving his honorary degree
Musk explains the planned capabilities of SpaceX Starship to NORAD and Air Force Space Command in 2019
Tesla Model S
Grant Hall has been considered the university's most recognized landmark since its completion in 1905.
Musk next to a Tesla Model S, 2011
Tesla Model X
The Engineering & Science Library and the W.D. Jordan Rare Books and Special Collections are both housed at Douglas Library.
Musk at the 2019 Tesla annual shareholder meeting
Tesla Model 3
Waldron Tower is one of 18 student residences maintained by the university
SolarCity solar-panel installation vans in 2009
Tesla Model Y
Victoria Hall is the largest student residence at the university
Musk discussing a Neuralink device during a live demonstration in 2020
Tesla Roadster prototype
The Queen's University Biological Station is Canada's largest inland field station, and is situated at Opinicon Lake, northwest of Kingston
Musk during the 2018 inauguration of the Boring Test Tunnel in Hawthorne, California
Tesla Semi
Herstmonceux Castle, which houses the Bader International Study Centre
Rescue personnel and equipment at the cave entrance
Tesla Cybertruck
Gordon Hall houses many of Queen's administrative offices.
Musk's net worth from 2012 to 2021 as estimated by Forbes magazine
The original Roadster
Exterior of Goodes Hall, a building that houses the Smith School of Business
Musk with then US Vice President Mike Pence in 2020 at the Kennedy Space Center shortly before SpaceX's Crew Dragon Demo-2 launch
Two Tesla Powerwall 2 home energy storage devices from Tesla Energy
Botterell Hall houses the Centre for Neuroscience Studies, a university research centre
Musk with Senator Dianne Feinstein at the opening of the Tesla Fremont Factory in 2010
Tesla Model S charging at a Supercharger station in Newark, Delaware
Frosh Week festivities at Queen's University, July 2006
Musk and Mohammad Al Gergawi at the 2017 World Government Summit
Tesla "Destination Charger" in North America
Richardson Memorial Stadium is the home to Queen's varsity football team.
Part of the Hyperloop pod competition sponsored by SpaceX (pictured in 2017)
Robotic manufacturing of the Model S at the Tesla Factory in Fremont, California
The Lorne Gales Challenge Cup, a trophy awarded to the winners of an annual boat race between Queen's and McGill University
The Tesla Patent Wall at its headquarters was removed after the company announced its patents are part of the open source movement.
Blue, gold and red are the official colours of the university, and can be seen on its flag.
Tesla vehicle chassis used in Model S and X, with the battery visible
The university's office of advancement, housed at the Summerhill building, manages relations between Queen's and its alumni.
Tesla Autopilot in operation
Sir Robert Borden, 8th Prime Minister of Canada.
New Tesla Model S cars at the Tesla Factory in 2012
Norihito, Prince Takamado, member of the Imperial House of Japan.
Giga Nevada in 2019
Kathleen Wynne, 25th Premier of Ontario and first LGBT Premier in Canada.
Gigafactory Texas Construction Southwest Corner February 2022
Fraser Stoddart, Nobel Laureate in chemistry for his work with molecular machines.
Tesla store in Tokyo, the first showroom in Japan
Arthur B. McDonald, Nobel Laureate in physics for the discovery of neutrino oscillations.
Panasonic Energy Company President Naoto Noguchi presented Tesla CTO JB Straubel with the first lithium-ion cells from Panasonic's facility in Suminoe-ku, Osaka, Japan, 2010.
Ella Blaylock Atherton, first woman in Quebec to receive a medical diploma from a Canadian institution.
The Mercedes-Benz B-Class Electric Drive used a Tesla-supplied battery pack
Derek Burney former chairman and CEO of Bell Canada, Canadian ambassador to the United States
Toyota RAV4 EV, which used a Tesla-supplied battery and powertrain components
Elon Musk, a founder, CEO or both of all of: PayPal, SpaceX, Tesla, OpenAI, The Boring Company and Neuralink.

He is the founder, CEO and Chief Engineer at SpaceX; angel investor, CEO and Product Architect of Tesla, Inc.; founder of The Boring Company; and co-founder of Neuralink and OpenAI.

- Elon Musk

Musk currently sits on the boards of Tesla Inc. and SpaceX, of both of which his brother Elon is the current CEO.

- Kimbal Musk

In February 2004, via a $6.5 million investment, Elon Musk became the largest shareholder of the company.

- Tesla, Inc.

Elon Musk (transferred to Pretoria Boys High School after bullying)

- Bryanston High School

Prominent alumni who became leaders in business include Derek Burney, former chairman and CEO of Bell Canada; Donald J. Carty, chairman of Virgin America and Porter Airlines and former chairman and CEO of AMR Corporation; Earle McLaughlin, former president and CEO of Royal Bank of Canada; Gordon Nixon, former president and CEO of the Royal Bank of Canada; Kimbal Musk, co-founder of Zip2; and F. C. Kohli, founder of Tata Consultancy Services.

- Queen's University at Kingston
Nightwish in December 2015; (L–R): Marko Hietala, Floor Jansen, Tuomas Holopainen, Troy Donockley, Kai Hahto, Emppu Vuorinen
Vuorinen performing in 2015
Hietala in 2019
Tuomas Holopainen (left) and Emppu Vuorinen (right), two of the band's founding members.
Hietala in 2013
Former bassist and vocalist Marko Hietala, replaced Sami Vänskä in late 2001 and performed with the band until his departure in 2021.
Nightwish live in Jämsä, Finland, on June 25, 2005
Nightwish at signing session in Hamburg, 2007
Nightwish live in Paris, France, on April 6, 2008
Nightwish performing in Denver, Colorado with Elize Ryd and Alissa White-Gluz, who filled in for Anette Olzon, who parted ways with the band afterwards.
Nightwish performing in Oberhausen, Germany, in November 2015
Nightwish live at the SEG Geneva Arena in 2018
Kai Hahto was made an official member in July 2019.
Hietala (pictured) departed from Nightwish in January 2021.
The use of keyboard through traditional piano and strings to create a gothic atmosphere is an important part of Nightwish's original music.
A part of Nightwish's original sound was the soprano vocals of Tarja Turunen, until her departure from the band in 2005.
Nightwish live in 2004. Band members from the left: Tuomas Holopainen (keyboard), Tarja Turunen (vocals), Marko Hietala (bass, vocals), Erno Vuorinen (guitar).

Erno Matti Juhani "Emppu" Vuorinen (born 24 June 1978) is a Finnish guitarist, most famous for being a founding member and occasional songwriter of the symphonic metal band Nightwish.

- Emppu Vuorinen

Imaginaerum is the seventh studio album by Finnish symphonic metal band Nightwish.

- Imaginaerum

The band was formed in 1996 by lead songwriter and keyboardist Tuomas Holopainen, guitarist Emppu Vuorinen, and former lead singer Tarja Turunen.

- Nightwish

Internationally, he is best known as the former bassist, male vocalist and secondary composer to Tuomas Holopainen, of the symphonic metal band Nightwish.

- Marko Hietala

:||: NATVRE.''') is the ninth studio album by Finnish symphonic metal band Nightwish.

- Human. :II: Nature.
Formula One logo used from 2018 onwards
Locations of the countries that have hosted a Grand Prix. Nations on a current schedule are highlighted in green, with circuit locations marked in black. Former host nations are shown in dark grey. Former host circuits are marked with a white dot. De facto status of territories is shown.
Estimated accepted genus totals by kingdom - based on Rees et al., 2020
A golfer in the finishing position after hitting a tee shot
Juan Manuel Fangio's title-winning Alfa Romeo 159
This map shows the number of Formula One World Championship races hosted by country. Colours ranging from airy green to black denote the number of a country has hosted. De facto status of territories is shown.
Replica of an Emitron camera used to make the earliest 405-line programmes broadcast on the channel
Number of reptile genera with a given number of species. Most genera have only one or a few species but a few may have hundreds. Based on data from the Reptile Database (as of May 2015).
The Xuande Emperor of the Ming dynasty playing chuiwan
Stirling Moss's Lotus 18 at the Nürburgring during
Logo of BBC1 from 16 February 1991 to 4 October 1997
The MacDonald boys playing golf, attributed to William Mosman. 18th century, National Galleries of Scotland.
Stefan Johansson driving for Ferrari at the 1985 European Grand Prix
Logo of BBC One from 4 October 1997 to 29 March 2002
Aerial view of the Golfplatz Wittenbeck in Mecklenburg, Germany
Damon Hill driving for Williams at the 1995 Canadian Grand Prix
Logo of BBC One from 29 March 2002 to 7 October 2006
The Tammer Golf Course in the Ruotula district of Tampere, Finland.
Michael Schumacher (pictured here in 2001) won five consecutive titles with Ferrari.
Logo of BBC One from 7 October 2006 to 20 October 2021
Bernie Ecclestone, the former Chief executive of the Formula One Group
An image of 'Digit Al' sitting on the last BBC1 mechanical ident, taken from the last analogue BBC One Northern Ireland transmission on 23 October 2012 at 23:31 GMT.
Arnold Palmer in 1953
Renault returned as a team in 2016 (pictured with Jolyon Palmer)
BBC One HD logo (2010–2021)
A wood positioned ready to be swung and to strike a golf ball
Jacques Villeneuve qualifying at the 2005 United States Grand Prix in his Sauber C24
The BBC One 'Hippos' ident (2006–2016)
A golfer takes an approach shot on the fairway.
Ferrari (pictured with Sebastian Vettel) have competed in every season
A par-3 hole in Phoenician Golf Club, Scottsdale, Arizona
McLaren won all but one race in with engine partner Honda
A marker stone indicating that this hole is a par-5 hole
Renault (pictured here with Nico Hülkenberg) has had an active role in Formula One as both constructor and engine supplier since
Golf-themed decorative nest box “Birdies Welcome”
2005 Canadian Grand Prix: Kimi Räikkönen leading Michael Schumacher, with Jarno Trulli (Toyota) and Takuma Sato (BAR-Honda) fighting for position
Junín Golf Club, in Junín, Argentina
FIA Formula 2 Championship, the main F1 feeder series since 2017
Part of a golf course in western India
FIA Formula 3 Championship, the main F1 and F2 feeder series since 2019
An aerial view of a golf course in Italy
World map showing the location of Formula 1 Grands Prix: countries marked in green are on the current race schedule, those in dark grey have hosted a Formula One race in the past (de facto status of the territories is shown)
Indoor putting green for practice and instruction
The Autodromo Nazionale Monza, home to the Italian Grand Prix, is the oldest purpose-built track still in use today
Gary Player is widely regarded as one of the greatest players in the history of golf.
Sochi Autodrom, host venue for the Russian Grand Prix from 2014 to 2021
Lee Westwood pictured making a bunker shot at the 2008 Open
Jenson Button in the Brawn BGP 001
Lorena Ochoa, a retired number one female golfer, pictured here in 2007
A BMW Sauber P86 V8 engine, which powered their F1.06
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A sign announcing that the safety car (SC) is deployed

Formula One, abbreviated to F1, is the highest class of open-wheeled auto racing series managed by the Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA), motorsport's world governing body.

- List of Formula One Grands Prix

British free-to-air television network owned and operated by the BBC.

- BBC One

Taxonomic rank used in the biological classification of living and fossil organisms as well as viruses.

- Genus

Club-and-ball sport in which players use various clubs to hit balls into a series of holes on a course in as few strokes as possible.

- Golf

A Formula One season consists of a series of races, known as Grands Prix, which take place worldwide on both purpose-built circuits and closed public roads.

- Formula One
A yōkai print by Kawanabe Kyōsai
Dragon Woman and Tawara Tōda. Centipede of Mt. Mikami (above).
Horvitz in February 2020
An ODI match at the MCG, being played under floodlights.
Power Rangers Zeo
Hidesato aiming his shoot at the giant centipede.
Horvitz with an autographed Invader Zim picture in May 2009
A One Day International match between India and Pakistan in Edgbaston
Benkei draggin the bell
A limited number of fielders are allowed in the outfield during powerplays.

Form of limited overs cricket, played between two teams with international status, in which each team faces a fixed number of overs, currently 50, with the game lasting up to 9 hours.

- One Day International

His voice credits include the original Alpha 5 on Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, Power Rangers Zeo and Power Rangers Turbo, Razputin in Psychonauts, Kaos in Skylanders, Billy and his father Harold in Grim & Evil and The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy, Grey Matter in Ben 10, Daggett in The Angry Beavers, Zim in Invader Zim, Orthopox in Destroy All Humans!, the Zoni in Ratchet & Clank, Bumble in Kinectimals, the Space Weaver in Broken Age, Kanchomé in Zatch Bell!, and Moxxie in Helluva Boss.

- Richard Steven Horvitz

He used bow and arrow to kill a giant centipede (mukade) which wrapped around a mountain near Lake Biwa, fulfilling

- Tawara Tōda Monogatari

A giant centipede or mukade was killed near Lake Biwa by Fujiwara no Hidesato (aka Tawara Tōda Hidesato, "Rice bag Tōda") according to the legendary tale Tawara Tōda Monogatari.

- Ōmukade

Alpha 5 Zordon's robotic assistant, in charge of keeping the Power Chamber working. He is voiced by Richard Steven Horvitz (credited as Richard Wood).

- Power Rangers Zeo
The current franchise logo
A yōkai print by Kawanabe Kyōsai
Horvitz in February 2020
Dragon Woman and Tawara Tōda. Centipede of Mt. Mikami (above).
Power Rangers Zeo
Horvitz with an autographed Invader Zim picture in May 2009
Hidesato aiming his shoot at the giant centipede.
Benkei draggin the bell

His voice credits include the original Alpha 5 on Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, Power Rangers Zeo and Power Rangers Turbo, Razputin in Psychonauts, Kaos in Skylanders, Billy and his father Harold in Grim & Evil and The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy, Grey Matter in Ben 10, Daggett in The Angry Beavers, Zim in Invader Zim, Orthopox in Destroy All Humans!, the Zoni in Ratchet & Clank, Bumble in Kinectimals, the Space Weaver in Broken Age, Kanchomé in Zatch Bell!, and Moxxie in Helluva Boss.

- Richard Steven Horvitz

After witnessing the destruction of the Command Center, the powerless Rangers discover the Zeo Crystal intact in the rubble—apparently dropped by Goldar and Rito Revolto.

- Power Rangers Zeo

He used bow and arrow to kill a giant centipede (mukade) which wrapped around a mountain near Lake Biwa, fulfilling

- Tawara Tōda Monogatari

A giant centipede or mukade was killed near Lake Biwa by Fujiwara no Hidesato (aka Tawara Tōda Hidesato, "Rice bag Tōda") according to the legendary tale Tawara Tōda Monogatari.

- Ōmukade

He was voiced by Richard Steven Horvitz.

- List of Mighty Morphin Power Rangers characters
Jordan in 2014
Worthy in 2007
Carter in 2013
Jordan in 1992
Coach Nathaniel Cartmell and the 1910–11 men's basketball team
Statue of Confederate soldier Silent Sam. The statue was toppled by a crowd in 2018, and the plinth (pedestal) was ordered removed by Chancellor Carol Folt in the same letter in which she resigned. As of October 2020 it is in storage.
Carter with the Raptors in November 2000
Jordan in training with the Scottsdale Scorpions in 1994
Cartwright Carmichael
Panoramic image of the main quad
Carter talks with a referee during a game with the Nets, January 2006
Jordan with coach Phil Jackson in 1997
The Tar Heels' Lennie Rosenbluth cuts down the nets after winning the 1957 title.
Franklin Street forms the northern border of main campus and contains many popular restaurants and shops. In addition, it serves as a focal point for cultural events including Halloween festivities and major basketball victory rallies.
Carter with the Magic performs a layup against the Raptors, November 2009
Plaque at the United Center that chronicles Jordan's career achievements
Larry Miller led UNC to Final Four appearances in 1967 and 1968.
The Morehead Planetarium, designed by Eggers & Higgins, first opened in 1949.
Carter with the Mavericks in October 2012
Jordan as a member of the Washington Wizards, April 14, 2003
Michael Jordan in action v the Villanova Wildcats, February 1982
A representation of the university seal, located in front of South Building and dedicated by the class of 1989.
Carter with the Sacramento Kings in 2018
Jordan on the "Dream Team" in 1992
Tyler Hansbrough became the ACC's all-time leading scorer in 2009
Students walk past the Old Well, a symbol of UNC-Chapel Hill for years
Jordan dunking the ball, 1987–88
Joel Berry II scored 20+ points in consecutive national title games in 2016 and 2017.
The Morehead–Patterson Bell Tower was completed in 1931 and stands 172 feet tall.
James Worthy, Jordan, and Dean Smith in 2007 at a North Carolina Tar Heels men's basketball game honoring the 1957 and 1982 men's basketball teams
North Carolina hosts Florida State in an ACC Men's Basketball conference game on February 23, 2019
South Building, administrative offices of the chancellor and College of Arts and Sciences
Jordan on a golf course in 2007
The jerseys in the rafters
Students walking through campus between classes
Jordan receiving the Presidential Medal of Freedom from President Barack Obama at the White House
Lennie Rosenbluth
The Davis Library
Jordan in 2008
Harrison Barnes played for the 2016 U.S. Olympic team.
Louis Round Wilson Library opened in 1929 and serves as the special collections library.
Bynum Gymnasium, the first home of the team
The NCC is the largest collection of printed materials related to a single state.
Graham Memorial is adjacent to Franklin Street and houses the Office for Undergraduate Research and the Honors Study Abroad program.
Water tower featuring the official UNC athletics logo
Rameses at the 1957 Victory Bell football game
Celebration on Franklin Street after victory over Duke
The 2007 commencement ceremony in Kenan Memorial Stadium
The Dialectic and Philanthropic Societies of UNC were founded in 1795 and have debates each week in the New West building.
The Forest Theatre was first used for outdoor drama in 1916 to celebrate the tercentenary of Shakespeare's death.
Undergraduates on campus at UNC-Chapel Hill
At the end of each semester, students organize a flash mob dance party in the library.
Lenoir Hall
Old East Residence Hall, built in 1793
James K. Polk was President of the United States from 1845 to 1849.
Thomas Wolfe remains one of the most important writers in modern American literature, authoring works such as Look Homeward, Angel and Of Time and the River.
Andy Griffith was an active member of Chapel Hill's arts community while attending UNC, later starring in productions such as A Face in the Crowd and The Andy Griffith Show.
Michael Jordan (left) played basketball under Dean Smith (right) while attending the University of North Carolina. Jordan helped the Tar Heels win the 1982 NCAA Championship with a game-winning jump shot.

The North Carolina Tar Heels Men's basketball program is the college basketball team of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

- North Carolina Tar Heels men's basketball

A standout college basketball player for the North Carolina Tar Heels, the small forward was a consensus first-team All-American and shared national player of the year honors en route to leading his team to the 1982 NCAA championship.

- James Worthy

Jordan played college basketball for three seasons under coach Dean Smith with the North Carolina Tar Heels.

- Michael Jordan

A high school McDonald's All-American, Carter played college basketball for three years with the North Carolina Tar Heels and twice advanced to the Final Four of the NCAA Tournament.

- Vince Carter

Competing athletically as the Tar Heels, UNC has achieved great success in sports, most notably in men's basketball, women's soccer, and women's field hockey.

- University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Worthy in 2007
Jordan in 2014
Smith c. 1973
Coach Nathaniel Cartmell and the 1910–11 men's basketball team
Jordan in 1992
Statue of Confederate soldier Silent Sam. The statue was toppled by a crowd in 2018, and the plinth (pedestal) was ordered removed by Chancellor Carol Folt in the same letter in which she resigned. As of October 2020 it is in storage.
Dean Smith (right) during the UNC v. North Carolina State game in 1964.
Cartwright Carmichael
Jordan in training with the Scottsdale Scorpions in 1994
Panoramic image of the main quad
Michael Jordan and Dean Smith at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 2007 game honoring the 1957 and 1982 men's basketball teams.
The Tar Heels' Lennie Rosenbluth cuts down the nets after winning the 1957 title.
Jordan with coach Phil Jackson in 1997
Franklin Street forms the northern border of main campus and contains many popular restaurants and shops. In addition, it serves as a focal point for cultural events including Halloween festivities and major basketball victory rallies.
Smith at a North Carolina game in 2007
Larry Miller led UNC to Final Four appearances in 1967 and 1968.
Plaque at the United Center that chronicles Jordan's career achievements
The Morehead Planetarium, designed by Eggers & Higgins, first opened in 1949.
Bust of Dean Smith at the Dean Smith Center.
Michael Jordan in action v the Villanova Wildcats, February 1982
Jordan as a member of the Washington Wizards, April 14, 2003
A representation of the university seal, located in front of South Building and dedicated by the class of 1989.
Smith (right) during the UNC v. North Carolina State game in 1964
Tyler Hansbrough became the ACC's all-time leading scorer in 2009
Jordan on the "Dream Team" in 1992
Students walk past the Old Well, a symbol of UNC-Chapel Hill for years
Joel Berry II scored 20+ points in consecutive national title games in 2016 and 2017.
Jordan dunking the ball, 1987–88
The Morehead–Patterson Bell Tower was completed in 1931 and stands 172 feet tall.
North Carolina hosts Florida State in an ACC Men's Basketball conference game on February 23, 2019
James Worthy, Jordan, and Dean Smith in 2007 at a North Carolina Tar Heels men's basketball game honoring the 1957 and 1982 men's basketball teams
South Building, administrative offices of the chancellor and College of Arts and Sciences
The jerseys in the rafters
Jordan on a golf course in 2007
Students walking through campus between classes
Lennie Rosenbluth
Jordan receiving the Presidential Medal of Freedom from President Barack Obama at the White House
The Davis Library
Harrison Barnes played for the 2016 U.S. Olympic team.
Jordan in 2008
Louis Round Wilson Library opened in 1929 and serves as the special collections library.
Bynum Gymnasium, the first home of the team
The NCC is the largest collection of printed materials related to a single state.
Graham Memorial is adjacent to Franklin Street and houses the Office for Undergraduate Research and the Honors Study Abroad program.
Water tower featuring the official UNC athletics logo
Rameses at the 1957 Victory Bell football game
Celebration on Franklin Street after victory over Duke
The 2007 commencement ceremony in Kenan Memorial Stadium
The Dialectic and Philanthropic Societies of UNC were founded in 1795 and have debates each week in the New West building.
The Forest Theatre was first used for outdoor drama in 1916 to celebrate the tercentenary of Shakespeare's death.
Undergraduates on campus at UNC-Chapel Hill
At the end of each semester, students organize a flash mob dance party in the library.
Lenoir Hall
Old East Residence Hall, built in 1793
James K. Polk was President of the United States from 1845 to 1849.
Thomas Wolfe remains one of the most important writers in modern American literature, authoring works such as Look Homeward, Angel and Of Time and the River.
Andy Griffith was an active member of Chapel Hill's arts community while attending UNC, later starring in productions such as A Face in the Crowd and The Andy Griffith Show.
Michael Jordan (left) played basketball under Dean Smith (right) while attending the University of North Carolina. Jordan helped the Tar Heels win the 1982 NCAA Championship with a game-winning jump shot.

The North Carolina Tar Heels Men's basketball program is the college basketball team of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

- North Carolina Tar Heels men's basketball

Called a "coaching legend" by the Basketball Hall of Fame, he coached for 36 years at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

- Dean Smith

A standout college basketball player for the North Carolina Tar Heels, the small forward was a consensus first-team All-American and shared national player of the year honors en route to leading his team to the 1982 NCAA championship.

- James Worthy

Jordan played college basketball for three seasons under coach Dean Smith with the North Carolina Tar Heels.

- Michael Jordan

Competing athletically as the Tar Heels, UNC has achieved great success in sports, most notably in men's basketball, women's soccer, and women's field hockey.

- University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Korn bassist Fieldy (pictured) cites bassists such as Flea of Red Hot Chili Peppers and Les Claypool of Primus as influences.
Les Claypool of Primus
New York-based hip hop group Beastie Boys are considered highly influential within the rap rock genre.
Tool (pictured) is one of the most influential alternative metal bands.
The band in 2006 at Pinkpop. From left: Flea, Anthony Kiedis, Chad Smith, John Frusciante
Primus, a common influence to nu metal bands, uses elements of diverse genres such as speed metal, thrash metal, punk rock and funk.
Funk metal band Faith No More
Limp Bizkit was one of the top-charting rap-rock acts.
Faith No More performing in 2009
Founding guitarist Hillel Slovak performing in Philadelphia in 1983. Slovak died from a drug overdose in 1988.
Producer Rick Rubin helped create rap rock in the 1980s with hip hop groups such as the Beastie Boys and Run-D.M.C.
Rage Against the Machine performing in 2007
Helmet performing in Melbourne, Australia in 2008
Vocalist Anthony Kiedis and bassist Flea (pictured in August 1989) have remained with the Red Hot Chili Peppers through the band's history.
Korn (pictured) helped launch nu metal into the mainstream.
Aaron Lewis of Staind performing live in 2001
Chad Smith (pictured in 2019) has been the Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer since 1988.
The nu metal band Slipknot performing in Buenos Aires in 2005
Korn in 2006
Rick Rubin has produced several Red Hot Chili Peppers albums.
Disturbed performing in 2005
Dave Navarro (pictured in 2009) replaced Jesse Tobias as guitarist in 1993. He left in 1998.
Linkin Park in 2006
The band regained commercial success after guitarist John Frusciante (pictured in 2006) rejoined them in 1998. He left again in 2009, and rejoined in 2019.
Aaron Lewis, the vocalist of Staind, performing in August 2001
Red Hot Chili Peppers logo
Evanescence is known for combining nu metal with elements of gothic rock.
Josh Klinghoffer (pictured in 2016) was the backup touring guitarist in 2007. He replaced John Frusciante in 2009, until Frusciante's return in 2019.
Of Mice & Men is one of several metalcore bands that added elements of nu metal to later albums.
Flea and Smith at Rock in Rio Madrid 2012
Poppy incorporated nu metal into electropop in the 2010s.
The Red Hot Chili Peppers performing at Rock am Ring in 2016
The Red Hot Chili Peppers at the Ohana Music Festival in September 2019
The Red Hot Chili Peppers star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, unveiled in March 2022

Funk metal (also known as thrash-funk or punk-funk) is a fusion genre of funk rock and alternative metal which infuses heavy metal music (often thrash metal) with elements of funk and punk rock.

- Funk metal

Their music incorporates elements of alternative rock, funk, punk rock and psychedelic rock and their mix of hard rock, funk and hip hop has influenced genres such as funk metal, rap metal, rap rock and nu metal.

- Red Hot Chili Peppers

Other genres considered part of the alternative metal movement included rap metal and funk metal, both of which influenced another prominent subgenre, nu metal.

- Alternative metal

According to Rolling Stone writer Rob Kemp, Incubus' 1997 album S.C.I.E.N.C.E. "links funk metal to the rap metal".

- Rap rock

It is a subgenre of alternative metal.

- Nu metal