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RAPE
FROM PAGE 1
Victims in both rape incidents
described the suspect as a
Hispanic male with dark hair, who
was about 30 years old. Reports
state that his height ranges from 5
feet 7 inches to 5 feet 9 inches.
Both victims told police that the
suspect had a slight accent, but
spoke English well, and both
described an odor of alcohol.
The sexual assault victim was
unable to provide a description of
her attacker.
“The department is keeping an
open mind in the investigations and
considering both rapes as separate
occurrences,” said Lt. Jim Phillips,
head of investigations for the
Carrboro Police Department.
On Feb. 9, a sexual assault and
rape were reported within two
hours of each other in different
apartment complexes along N.C.
54.
In the first incident, a suspect
FLANAGAN
FROM PAGE 1
quality person.”
After she won her second NCAA
title in December, the organization
honored the top 25 finishers. When
Flanagan was called up last to
receive her championship plaque,
she was the only athlete to shake the
hand of every other competitor.
While many successful athletes
are envied and often hated,
Flanagan earns the respect and
admiration of her competitors
through her humility in victory.
“She is that person you want as
your best friend and as your team
mate,” Whittlesey said. “She’s going
to shake your hand and support you
all the way through it, and she’s
going to shake the hand of the com-
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Carrboro police
released this
composite
sketch of
the Feb. 9
sexual assault
suspect.
entered a woman’s apartment
through a window, tied up the vic
tim and forced intercourse. An
hour and a half later, another
woman reported that a man
entered her unlocked apartment
and sexually assaulted her, though
rape did not occur.
Anyone with information or
sightings of a person matching the
composite sketch should contact
the police department at 918-7397
or the Chapel Hill-Carrboro-UNC
Crime Stoppers at 942-7515.
Staff Writer Terrence Jordan
contributed to this article.
Contact the City Editor
at citydesk@unc.edu.
petitor that hopefully she just beat.”
Flanagan’s training and subse
quent results have opened up the
idea of another scheduling change
an Olympic bid in 2004 rather
than 2008.
“A year ago, I would have said I
think (she could make the Olympic
team in 2004),” her father said.
“Yet this year, the way she has
improved, now I believe she will
make that team.”
For Flanagan, the new question
is no longer whether she will com
pete in the Olympics, but rather
how many times.
“She’s a once-in-a-lifetime ath
lete,” Whittlesey said. “And this is
just the tip of the iceberg.”
Contact the Sports Editor
at sports@unc.edu.
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SBP
FROM PAGE 1
Lily West and her boyfriend, UNC
alumnus Alistair Cooper, who was
called in to meet with the board
prior to West. West said the nature
of her discussions with the board
centered around determining the
validity of allegations against her
campaign and that of candidate
Matt Calabria.
NOROVIRUS
FROM PAGE 1
activities and food consumption
during the previous 72 hours.
Unlike UNC-CH, where Lenoir
Dining Hall was linked to the
norovirus, no common-thread has
been found between N.C. State stu
dents and the virus.
“We found no common resi
dents, no social setting and no
common major place they hang
out on campus,” Bengtson said. “So
basically what we’ve got is person
to-person spread.”
She said as the week after the
initial influx progressed, an
increasing number of infected
students wrote in the question
naires that they had been in con
tact with students who had the
norovirus, suggesting that the
virus was spread through individ
uals.
Bengtson has a list of sugges
tions for the infected students, rec
ommending that they stay home
from school or work, wash their
linens and clothing in soap or hot
water, perform meticulous hand
washing and clean their personal
area with bleach.
Ira Simon, director of food and
vending services at Carolina
Dining Services, made similar sug
gestions.
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West declined to make a state
ment regarding the allegations, cit
ing a request from the board not to
speak to any media outlets. “I’ve
always been proud of my campaign
staff and what they’ve done.”
Calabria met with the board
later in the night and said he dis
cussed several allegations the
board plans to investigate.
He denied any knowledge of
campaign violations made by his
State, found out about" the
norovirus shortly after the out
break. “We received an e-mail
about the virus,” Bennett said.
“There was also an announcement
on the main Web page.”
Although N.C.,State included in
the e-mail that they were not sure
what the source of the virus was,
Bennett said, “I don’t trust the
water or the food.” *
Johnathan Howard, a sopho
more dental hygiene major at
UNC-CH, shared similar senti
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UNC-CH’s campus.
Howard, affected by the virus,
could not keep food down and suf
fered stomach problems for three
days. Howard also believed the
problem came from Lenoir.
“I think it originated at Lenoir,
definitely,” Howard said. “I didn’t
eat at Lenoir for two weeks and am
now still hesitant about eating
there.”
Another UNC-CH student,
Natalie Murdock, a sophomore
political science and communica
tion studies major, took a different
approach.
“For me it was kind of stepping
out on faith,” Murdock said. “I
thought about it, definitely, but I
took the risk.”
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staff but said at least three allega
tions under investigation have the
potential for disqualification.
“We are concerned about the
fairness of this election,” he said.
“We believe the integrity of the
election is in jeopardy.”
West also said she was con
cerned about the allegations and
was glad the BOE will be investi
gating. “I think certain aspects of
this campaign really have to be
looked at,” she said. “I understand
that (the BOE) has a job to do, and
I respect that,” she said.
Many of both candidates’ sup
porters sat stunned in the lobby of
Carroll Hall trying to get a grasp of
the campaign results.
“We hope the Board of
Elections does a fair and accurate
investigation of what happened
and that it’s completely unbiased,”
said Derwin Dubose, West’s assis
tant campaign manager.
Others were disappointed with
the late-night developments.
“This could be something like
Florida to the point that the stu-
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dent body loses faith in the ability
of students to oversee their elec
tions, and that would be the
biggest crime in this election,” said
Bernard Holloway, Calabria’s
assistant campaign manager.
Ashley Castevens, a former can
didate now supporting Calabria,
said the allegations are the culmi
nation of a campaign season con
taining bursts of hostility, despite
a pledge signed early in the cam
paign against negative tactics.
Candidates and their support
ers said they will cease campaign
ing during the investigation, as
required by election laws.
“We are expected to wind down
like campaigns normally would as
if the election had declared a win
ner,” Calabria said. “Nobody wiH be
campaigning tomorrow or at least
shouldn’t be.”
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