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Black ink : Black Student Movement, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. online resource ([Chapel Hill, N.C.]) 1969-current, November 28, 1983, Image 8

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Page 8 Black Ink November 28,1983 Life, love, holidays "I Love You" — at Christmastime For the next few weeks, my love, I will walk the malls to find the perfect gift. I will search my mind, for the ideal present -that will forever capture your heart. _ Just like last Christmas, it will probably be a tie or something of that sort, however, do not feel unloved. The book I gave you last year is still unread. The pajamas that seemed so warm, still peek through a plastic seal. The ever matching tie never goes well with much of anything. The grey suit, black shoes, and cap were too short, too narrow and too small. Yes, again this year — for you, I will try to find the perfect gift that will forever capture your heart. Of course, 1 will try to find a way to wrap my heart in a material surpirse, so that you will always remember this Christmas. At Christmastime, I will say, "I Love You," that you have my heart for now and for always and that life is so complete with you. Yes...at Christmastime, my love. I'll give you the rarest gift of all. It is the gift of everlasting COLD. It is the gift of a lover's HEART, It is the gift of my SOUL. At Christmas time, 1 will say, "I Love You." by Regina S. Newell MED, SAAP Life No beginning, no ending in the soul Brief moments of happiness, eternal moments of sadness Trying to love, trying to learn, trying to be The struggle begins from day one you see A plant an animal a Human being, each striving to find meaning Folks just folks like you and me, who never had much and what we did have didn't come easy, sometimes we have the most to give — That is worthwhile Eyes no longer flowing with tears just dry, and tired. But we keep on, just keep on knowing and believing in what we do. I want to love, he wants to love, we want to love so our lives will be sweeter My life, your life, trying to touch the intangible, feel the hardest, move the immobile and just love the unloveable... Life by Jennifer McCabe -continued from pg. 7 for the professional programs and the students are staying in the pro grams. Furthermore, the MED pro gram has doubled the national rate of acceptance to medical and den tal schools. Applications for MED are available upon request after December 1, 1983 and are due by March 1, 1984. Applications are available NOW for SAAP program and are due by March 1, 1984. McCarthy was quick to state that MED was very flexible in terms of grade point average. She pointed out that MED personnel try to con sider and judge each applicant in dividually. Personal interviews are encouraged. The course load for MED includes: gross ana for the professional programs and the students are staying in the pro grams. Furthermore, the MED pro gram has doubled the national rate of acceptance to Medical and Den tal Schools. Applications for MED are available upon request after December 1, 1983 and are due by March 1, 1984. Applications are available NOW for SAAP program and are due by March 1, 1984. ■ BSM RAFFLE TICKETS ON SALE!!!! To purchase tickets see any BSM Central Committee member or Subgroup Member, for more information and tickets, contact Brenda Watson (933-5393) (A prize will be given to the individual who sells the most tickets!) Drawing: December 2,1983—6:00 p.m. Upendo Lounge You do not have to be present to win. Prizes Include: 12 inch B/W Television Men’s Watch Calculator ANDMOREini! Contributions made by area merchants. Mondale -continued from pg. 7 The Gallup Poll showed Jackson first among black voters with 39 per cent, although Mondale was close behind with 30 percent. Glenn was a distant third with 12 percent. In the Carolina Poll, Mondale also led among Democrats regardless of age bracket, although his greatest EABLWYNMS 2raTTiatic red2ing Dtckens’ AdStnaf ^ garfJ Sunday, Dec. 4 3:00 pm Union Auditorium Donna Banks Dease Soprano Monday, Dec. 5 8.00 pm Memorial Hall UNC Students $3.50 Union Box Office support came from older people. He received 52 percent support from voters 54 and older and 51 percent from those between 40 and 53. Glenn's strongest base was among the oldest group, where he received 20 percent support, and Jackson's strength was among the 18-29-year- old voters, where he was the choice of 11 percent. Mondale had more support among men (51 percent) than women (40 percent), while Jackson was the reverse, 9 percent among women and 3 percent among men. Glenn was about even, with 17 ,per cent support from men and 14 per cent from women. The only category where Glenn was the leader was among Republi cans who responded to the poll questions. Thirty-one percent of those who generally vote Republi can said Glenn would make the best president. Twenty-three percent chose Mondale, and McGovern and Hollings tied for third with 6 per cent. The Carolina Poll, sponsored by the UNC-CH School of Journalism and the UNC Center for Public Tele vision, is based on a random sample of persons 18 years old or older. Te lephone numbers were randomly se lected by computer and the person over 18 in that household who was to have the next birthday was asked to respond to 30 questions about current issues. Household size was weighted in computing the answers to contribute to the randomness of the survey. The poll has an overall sampling error of 4 percent. The sampling er ror for the subgroup of 274 respon dents who said they generally vote Democratic is 6 percent. This means that if every telephone in the state had been dialed, 95 percent of the time the answers would have varied by no more than 6 percentage points up or down, h

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