EVE CARSON SCHOLARSHIP


10/6/2015 11:58pm

Edited with Polarr Photo Editor

Shirts helped raise money for Carson 5K

On March 5, 2008, a single event turned UNC on its head: Eve Carson, student body president, was killed just two months shy of graduation. Immediately, UNC students were determined to keep her memory alive. 


2/17/2014 4:45pm

Defendant Laurence Alvin Lovette, 21, turns to watch courtroom activity behind the defense table during a break in the second day of testimony Thursday, Dec. 8, 2011 in the Battle Courtroom, Hillsborough, NC. Lovette, from Durham,NC  is one of two men charged in the kidnap, robbery and murder of UNC student body president Eve Carson on March 5, 2008.

Laurence Lovette appeals life without parole sentence

Though it was upheld in N.C. Superior Court in June, Laurence Alvin Lovette Jr.’s sentence will be reconsidered by the N.C. Court of Appeals. Lovette is one of the men convicted in former UNC Student Body President Eve Carson’s 2008 murder.


12/3/2013 4:45pm

Sarah MacLean and Kyle Villemain, junior Global Studies and Peace, War, and Defense majors, are the winners of the 2013 Eve Carson Memorial Scholarship. The scholarship provides $5,000 for a summer program of their choice and half of their senior year tuition.

Eve Carson Scholars serve in memory

Two UNC juniors now have the responsibility of carrying on Eve Carson’s legacy. Sarah MacLean and Kyle Villemain were named the 2014-15 recipients of the Eve Carson Scholarship on Nov. 25.

3/5/2013 12:36am

	Compiled by Chelsey Dulaney and Sarah Glen from Chapel Hill Police reports

Durham crime crosses over into Chapel Hill

Durham and Chapel Hill are separated only by a 10-or-so-mile stretch of road. There are no fences, no check points, and thousands of people flow in and out of the cities’ border each day without a second thought.


10/28/2012 9:01pm

Left to Right: Jennie Dickson, graduate student, Sarah Dunsmore, graduate student and Casey Cook

Attendance falls at fourth annual Eve Ball

Though Lori Burgwyn spent Friday night dressed as an ice queen, her compassion shone through. On Friday, Burgwyn hosted the fourth annual Eve Ball at the Carolina Club in the George Watts Hill Alumni Center. The evening included dancing, an open bar, a three-tiered chocolate fountain and other Halloween treats.


10/10/2012 10:03pm

Q&A with Jonathan Reckford

Jonathan Reckford, CEO of Habitat for Humanity International, is visiting his alma mater UNC today to deliver a speech about finding passion for a career.


3/13/2012 12:33am

Column: Seeking to be both great and good

This column was originally given as a eulogy on March 18, 2008. When I met with Eve to discuss the possibility of me serving as her vice president, I knew right away that something was different. As I listened to Eve discuss her vision for this university and the role she hoped student government would play in making that vision a reality, I was inspired. I had to be a part of her team.


3/1/2012 8:54pm

Live authentically, like Eve

Eve and I spent a lot of time in the student government suite, and I treasure the times I would pop my head into her office just to say “hi” and then end up staying for an hour or two just to talk. We discussed companionship, politics, editorials, friendships, personal strengths and weaknesses and the burden of missing even a single opportunity. I felt comfortable and loved around Eve because she was authentic in every way possible.


1/7/2012 5:53pm

An anonymous donor/community member left a bouquet of roses on the Eve Carson Memorial Butterfly Bench (Note: UNC cites this a few different ways on the website, so check with management on the CQ) last December. [I'm pretty sure it's legit to say that] The bouquet was left during the trial of Laurence Alvin Lovette Jr. in December. 

Someone sent Steven an email about this, so he might have more ideas/info about the caption. Also, some of these could be cool as a cut-out in a recap package/spread or something. 

P.S. GO TEAM PHOTO

Eve Carson’s case is closed, but her legacy lives on through the Carolina Way

Eve Marie Carson’s murder was a random crime — but it has left a permanent mark on the University and those who knew the vibrant, beloved 2008 student body president. On Dec. 20, the almost four-year legal journey for the Durham man charged with Carson’s March 2008 murder came to a close. Laurence Alvin Lovette Jr., 21, was found guilty of first-degree murder, first-degree kidnapping, armed robbery and felony larceny in connection with Carson’s death and sentenced to life in prison — ending a three-week trial that revealed new details about Carson’s final hours.