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Page 4—Smoke Signals, Friday, October 5, 1984
with just a
The parking lots were crowded on
thot third Sunday in August when
students reported to Chowan to
begin the fall semester.
Sophomores were on hond to give
assistance, but most of the new
students depended on Mom and
Dad to help move the clothes,
blankets, radios, stereos, lamps,
fans, and all the other things re
quired to begin college life. The
weather was almost ideal for such
chores with relatively low
temperatures and a bright sunny
through another dimension.
not only of sight and sound,
but of mind.
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are that of imaginatk>n.
the IVvilight Zone!”
in Movie Entertainment
NOVEMBER 15 and 16
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Being Shown in AAcDOWELL COLUMNS
OCTOBER 25 and 26
The Scholarship Bank has announced
ten new scholarship programs that are
currently accepting applications from
college students. Funds are now
available in the following fields:
College Teaching: The Danforth
Foundation offers up to $3,500 per year
to students interested in teaching as a
profession. Twenty five percent of the
3,000 annual awards go to minorities.
Exceptional Student Fellowships:
Awarded by a major life insurance
company to students in business, law,
computer programming, accounting
and related fields. These awards re
quire summer interning.
Anthropology, biology, conservation,
marine science, sociology: Field
Research project grants from $300 to
$600 per applicant.
Poynter Fund: Annual scholarships
to $2,000 for students in journalism,
broadcasting and related fields.
Center for Political Studies: Intern
ship in political science, journalism,
law, public relations, business, history
White House Fellowships: Highly
competitive graduate level fellowships
to work as an intern at the White House.
14-20 openings per year.
Students interested in getting a per
sonalized print-out of financial aid
sources should send a stamped self ad
dressed envelope to Scholarship Bank,
10100 Santa Monica, Los Angeles, CA.
90067. There is a modest charge.
YOUR HELP IS NEEDED!
Join tbe Staff
CAN BE ON THIS
CERTIFICATE IF. .
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Junior (Eollege &cl|olar
.. .You GRADUATE from this Junior College with a minimum 3.0
cumulative grade-point-average. Eligible North Carolina residents are
' awarded a $1,000 Junior College Scholarship in addition to the $850
N.C. Legislative Tuition Grant. Eligible applicants from other states are
awarded a $1,500 Junior College Scholarship.
To apply complete the form below and mail it with a transcript of your
grades to: FINANCIAL AID OFFICE, MARS HILL COLLEGE. MARS
HILL, N.C. 28754.
JUNIOR COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION
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NOVEMBER 29 and 30
"A masterpiece. The film's ouerwhelmlng
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—Rex Reed. Syndicated Columnist
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"...an awesomely funny movie... in the
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Brothers...bursts of lunacy from left field."
- Peter Sch)eldahl N Y. TIMES