From the Carolina Alumni Review: Police Arrest Suspect in 2012 Slaying of UNC Student
Chapel Hill Police, working with the State Bureau of Investigation, arrested Miguel Enrique Salguero-Olivares, 28, of Durham on Thursday morning and charged him with first-degree murder in the death of Faith Danielle Hedgepeth ’14. She was found beaten to death in a friend’s apartment near the Durham-Chapel Hill border the morning of Sept. 7, 2012.
Learn more about the case and the role DNA evidence played in leading to an arrest: https://unc.live/3An7kLZ.
What will you miss most about Carolina? 💙✨
#UNC21 grads shared what they’ll miss most about their time in This Place in the latest issue of the Carolina Alumni Review. alumni.unc.edu/car
#UNCAlumni, what do you miss most?
🎉Tar Heel Service Day Virtual 5k🎉 Sign up for every helping Heel’s favorite fun run by Sept. 16 to get your T-shirt by race day (any day Oct. 8-17, you pick!). Go all out and sign up a contactless service project, too. Get ready to #ServeCarolina: https://unc.live/3EjYqkM
From the Carolina Alumni Review: UNC Keeps No. 5 Public University Spot in U.S. News Rankings
Carolina has been in that spot for 21 consecutive years.
Scope out the University’s other latest U.S. News & World Report rankings: https://unc.live/2XduDKd
Carolina’s biggest party, a.k.a. Jubilee, was an unforgettable experience on campus between 1963 and 1971. GAA members, take a trip down memory lane (with Chuck Berry, Joe Cocker, Johnny Cash and more) in the latest Carolina Alumni Review. Link in our bio. #UNCAlumni
🎉Tar Heel Service Day Virtual 5k🎉 Every helping Heel’s favorite fun run is back. Sign up by Sept. 16 to get your T-shirt by race day (any day Oct. 8-17, you pick!). Really wanna go all out for Tar Heel Service Day? Sign up a contactless service project, too. Tap the link in our bio to sign up, order your shirt and #ServeCarolina. #UNCAlumni
Today we remember the six UNC alumni lost in the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001: Karleton Fyfe ’92, Mary Lou Hague ’96, Andrew King ’83, Ryan Kohart ’98, Dora Menchaca ’78 (MSPH) and Christopher Quackenbush ’79. Each year on Sept. 11, the GAA places flowers at the 9/11 Memorial Garden on Stadium Drive between 8:46 and 9:03 a.m., the times when hijacked planes struck the twin towers of the World Trade Center in New York. During this current difficult period, we reflect on that tragedy, steadfast in our remembrance of that time, of this place and of the lives of the alumni and thousands of others cut short.