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10 years after her murder, Eve Carson’s name is still alive at UNC


Ten years ago, a popular UNC student was murdered after two men kidnapped and robbed her. , who was the student body president when she died, now has a scholarship in her name. It’s for college students who have grown over the years in academics, social justice and leadership. Ten years after her death, ’s name is still alive. (WNCN)

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