Mengqi Jiang

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A year ago on Friday, two cyclists were struck and killed on 15-501. In memorial, their friends painted two bicycles and rode out to the site to decorate them. Jason Merrill, from Back Alley Bikes, painted the two bicycles and helped to organize the ride. He explained that "anytime cyclists are struck, it definitely hits close to home."

Cyclists honor hit-and-run victims

To remember the two victims of a hit-and-run accident a year ago on U.S. Highway 15-501, local cyclists held a group ride Friday evening to replace painted white “ghost bikes” to mark the site of the accident.


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David Deans, from Rocky Mount, N.C. (left) and Katie Coletta (right), senior at English program, from Cary, N.C. are helping Michael Knight, a Ph.D candidate at the Department of Religious Studies check out snacks he buys Tuesday at the Pit Stop.

David Deans, from Rocky Mount, N.C. (left) and Katie Coletta (right), senior at English program, from Cary, N.C. are helping Michael Knight, a Ph.D candidate at the Department of Religious Studies check out snacks he buys Tuesday at the Pit Stop.


The Sigma Sigma Sigma members Morgan Van Den Eynde (right), freshman in Pre-business from Marietta, Georgia and Katie Turner, freshman in Health Management and Policy from Frederick, Maryland are handing out a card and a chocolate bar to a passerby.

The Sigma Sigma Sigma members Morgan Van Den Eynde (right), freshman in Pre-business from Marietta, Georgia and Katie Turner, freshman in Health Management and Policy from Frederick, Maryland are handing out a card and a chocolate bar to a passerby.


Humans of Chapel Hill for Sept. 29

Daily Tar Heel staff writer Mengqi Jiang sat down with Cole Blaugher, an aspiring baker who just moved to the Triangle from Maryland, for Town Talk’s weekly Humans of Chapel Hill feature.