For some, “human rights” and “public health” might seem like buzzwords pulled from a sign in the Pit. But a new campus collaboration is trying to show just how important the intersection of those ideas is to the global community.
Laurence Alvin Lovette Jr. was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility for parole for the murder of former UNC student body president Eve Carson.
A State Bureau of Investigation analyst said the DNA found on the interior door of Eve Carson’s Toyota Highlander was many thousand trillion time more likely to be that of Laurence Alvin Lovette, Jr.
Shanita Love was Demario James Atwater’s live-in girlfriend in 2008 when he was charged with the shooting of former Student Body President Eve Carson. Love joined other witnesses in testifying Friday at the trial of Laurence Alvin Lovette Jr. about the days following the killing. Lovette is the second man charged in the crime, but unlike Atwater — who pleaded guilty in 2010 and is serving a life sentence — Lovette was 17 at the time and cannot receive the death penalty.
Durham Superior Court Judge Orlando Hudson dismissed former North Carolina defensive end Michael McAdoo’s lawsuit against the University and the NCAA Monday, effectively closing another chapter in UNC’s ongoing football woes. But McAdoo might not be ready to stop fighting just yet.
Since signing with the Baltimore Ravens on Aug. 23, it appears that former North Carolina defensive end Michael McAdoo’s career at the University has come to an end.
Despite permission from the NFL allowing him to enter the supplemental draft, former North Carolina defensive end Michael McAdoo is still seeking damages in a lawsuit against UNC and the NCAA.
The immediate future of former North Carolina defensive end Michael McAdoo’s lawsuit against the NCAA and the University is unclear, as the defendants have until July 31 to respond to his complaints.
A judge has denied former UNC defensive end Michael McAdoo’s request for injunction against the NCAA, and will not allow him to regain eligibility to play football at this time.
Former North Carolina defensive end Michael McAdoo’s lawsuit against UNC and the NCAA has brought to light the issue of plagiarism and how it is defined and monitored by the University and other institutions.