Carolina community recognizes the ten year anniversary of Eve Carson's death
Posted Mar 5, 2018
Ten years ago, the Chapel Hill community faced a tragedy. Eve Carson's death was at the forefront of news at this time in 2008, but the direct memory of her has faded away with the years. But her legacy lives on in many ways on campus. Carson was killed on the night of March 5, 2008, after being robbed and kidnapped. For months the UNC community mourned the loss.
(Daily Tar Heel)
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