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patients and can better relate".
Dr. Sullivan of Morehouse agrees.
He says, "In some areas there are
social barriers and it is helpful to
have black physicians who under
stand and respect the culture, his
tory, and social status of their peo
Although the decrease appears
critical, most are remaining very op
timistic about blacks enrolling in
medical school. ■
^ f ^ why must I strive, so hard
that I am equal
where does it say
black skin means inferior
Short hair means nigger
or that full lips mean
r ' -> stupidity
^ For I have read that all men
were created equal, and
m Cod's image.
— Shelia Russell
If it weren't for the senseless wars that rage and
ravage and take the lives of men, we would not
appreciate the times of peace and prosperity.
If it weren't for the tears of sorrow that are shed
at the time of death, we would not appreciate the
jubilant laughter at the time of birth.
^ r" -ro
If it weren't for the struggle of figuring out a
difficult problem, we would not appreciate the relief
of finding the answer.
by Patricia Holmes
An Evening with Comedi Inn
nationally known comedy team
featuring Jim Dellinger — UNC Student
"It'll have you in stitches"
Wednesday, November 16, 9 pm
Sponsored by the Carolina Union Social Committee.
OUTSTANDING STAFF MEMBER
OF THIS ISSUE
This honor goes to Regina Newell and
Regina has recently joined our staff as a writer She has con
sistently submitted quality work and has been persistent in
tracking down sources. Denise serves in two roles on the
staff. She is our chief photographer and also a staff writer
She has consistently worked beyond the call of duty. Both
of these ladies have been an asset to the staff. The editors
and staff want to congratulate Regina and Denise for jobs
cC ^ I
„■ - ..
Everytime I look at you,
I cannot have you
nor you, me.
We are of two different worlds
with unshared destinies.
' > internal tears.
?To know your love and not be able
:; to share its golw, I cannot bear.
> 1 look at you. You look at me.
1 The unshared destiny lives.
I cannot have you,
4 nor you, me.
^ ^ • s.--
by Regina Ne\\(‘ll
from Bolshoi to Broadway
only North Carolina appearance
Monday, November 14
tickets at Union Box Office and at the door
Carolina Concerts presents:
Sunday November 13
ARLO GUTHRIE & PETE SEEGER
Thursday, November 17, 8 pm
with sign language artist Susan Freundlich
“Searching for our Ancestors"
DR. DONALD C. JOHANSON
World Famous Anthropologist &
Lucy: the beginnings of Humankind
Tuesday, November 15
Memorial Hall/ UNC