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Lora Razzon, a junior and biology major, gives her thoughts on Folt's last day on the upper quad Thursday, Jan.30, 2018.
The Unsung Founders Memorial, erected in 2005, is on McCorkle Place at UNC-Chapel Hill.
A handful of students — including first-years Becca Brandes, Molly Cartwright and Helen Hill — spelled it out for their peers in front of Polk Place.
The Huepa Culture & Arts Institute performed a traditional Latin American dance Sunday afternoon on West Franklin St.
It was during his freshman year at DSA that Lee was first introduced to the organ by his own piano teacher Fred Mason.
On Saturday evenings, Lee drives with his mom, Susan Treml, to the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in Durham, their home parish. He plays the organ while she sings along in the choir.
Lee would like to be a full-time minister at a Catholic parish, and is in the process of applying to graduate school to get a Masters of Sacred Music (MSM).
He eventually landed a permanent position at St. Titus Episcopal Church, where he now plays every Sunday morning, arriving early to warm up the choir.
Lee Treml, a senior and music education major at UNC-Chapel Hill, spends 35 hours a week working as a teacher’s assistant in the piano lab at Durham School of the Arts (DSA). As an alumnus of the high school, Lee was recognized from four years ago by one of his current students.
Residents of the Homestead Mobile Home Park are required to move their homes or face eviction.