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Eve Carson’s legacy lives on through acts that ‘speak for themselves’


On this day in 2008, students heard about a college-aged woman shot to death off East Franklin Street. Carson’s roommates couldn’t get in touch with her, and the next day the body was identified as hers. Thousands gathered in Polk Place to mourn the loss. The impact was tangible. (Daily Tar Heel)


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