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Freshman Michi Nair walked into a routine physical for soccer tryouts two years ago and walked out with the realization that her life would never be the same.
Fetzer Field was dark at 9 p.m. Friday night except for the light of more than 800 flickering candles. Lit in memory of cancer victims, they lined the track and spelled out the word "hope" on the bleachers.
One of UNC's largest student fundraisers hopes to reach a milestone this weekend by topping $1 million in UNC's fight against cancer.
In only its first year, the UNC Relay for Life won the "Heart of Relay" award this past weekend from the American Cancer Society.
TO THE EDITOR: This year, 9,602 more people will be diagnosed with cancer than last year.
More than 2,000 students, faculty and community members will gather at Fetzer Field on Friday at 6 p.m. for the University’s 13th annual Relay for Life event.
UNC’s Relay for Life was held this past Friday and Saturday. The 20-hour event at Fetzer Field raised $205,852.27 for the American Cancer Society.
Organizers of UNC’s Relay for Life said it’s not a one-night race — it’s the celebration of a year-long effort. “It’s a 20-hour event to show that cancer never sleeps,” said Jessie Laney, UNC Relay for Life’s event chairwoman.
At 9 p.m., junior Sarah Anderson will light a candle in a white bag with her grandmother’s name on it.
Fetzer Field was the site of a different kind of battle for about 20 hours this weekend as the UNC community gathered in opposition of a common enemy — cancer.
A 34-degree morning didn’t stop runners from participating in UNC's inaugural Relay for Life 5K Saturday.
One in 8,000: Those were the odds that Elizabeth Arditti's tumor was malignant.
Performers will take the outdoor stage at Forest Theater tonight, but they won’t be affiliated with the theater department.
Tonight at 6:00 PM, "UNC Relay for Life":http://main.acsevents.org/site/TR?pg=entry&fr_id=32762 begins on Fetzer Field.