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Friday October 15th

UNC community gathers notes and flowers at memorial in the Pit

A makeshift memorial was set up in the Pit on Monday as students and faculty mourned the losses of the weekend. Passersby left notes of encouragement and flowers.
Buy Photos A makeshift memorial was set up in the Pit on Monday as students and faculty mourned the losses of the weekend. Passersby left notes of encouragement and flowers.

A makeshift memorial was set up in the Pit on Monday as community members grieved after the events of the weekend. Passersby left notes of encouragement and flowers.



Mental health resources

If you or someone you know is thinking about suicide, the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, 1-800-273-8255, is available 24/7. It is free and confidential.

UNC students who need assistance during this time may contact Counseling and Psychological Services, the Office of the Dean of Students or Student Wellness. CAPS can be reached 24/7 by phone at 919-966-3658. University employees can reach out to the Employee Assistance Program.

Peer supporters from student-run organization Peer2Peer, which offers mental health resources for graduate and undergraduate students, can be reached through their online form. Students can remain anonymous.

The Daily Tar Heel Editorial Board has compiled a list of mental health resources for the Chapel Hill community, which can be found here.

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