Garden Dedicated to UNC Victims of 9/11
Wed Sep 12, 2007
Like crowds in New York, Washington and rural Pennsylvania who marked the sixth anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, people gathered Tuesday morning in Chapel Hill to remember 9/11 victims. Six UNC graduates died in the attacks, and the 2005 graduating class dedicated a memorial garden on campus to the victims. The garden, which features which features twin stone walls and a plaque with the names of the victims, is located across from Carmichael Residence Hall on Stadium Drive.
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