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A Look at AIDS
“Should I Be Concerned?” is
the title of next week’s INSIGHT
101 seminar on AIDS. On hand
will be a health educator and an
AIDS patient who will discuss
the disease and answer your ques
tions. The seminar will be held at
10:00 a.m,, September 25 in the
INSIGHT 101 (Informing
New Students on Individual
Growth and Health Topics) is a
continuation of Freshman Orien
tation designed to provide infor
mation to freshmen which will
enhance their freshman experi
Flag Football Super
The Intramural Flag Football
Superix>wl and Picnic will be held
on Wednesday, September 27
from 4:00 - 6:00 p.m. in the Court
WRAL Television’s Sports Di
rector, Bob Holiday, will be on hand
to emcee the game.
Friday Films Feature
Tribute to Woody Allen
The North Carolina Museum of
Art has scheduled its longest Friday
film series to date, a tribute to the
American filmmaker Woody Allen.
Seven films directed by Allen make
up the series, which will be screened
Friday evenings in September, Oc
tober and November.
Tickets for the series are $14
(Museum Members $12); single
tickets are $2 at the door. All films
will have two screenings at 7 and 9
In “Sleeper” (September 22) Al
len has an operation and wakes up
200 years in the future.
Allen’s first masterpiece,
“Annie Hall” (September 29),
won Oscars. Allen’s richest film
in his first decade of directing was
“Manhattan” (October 6).
In “Stardust Memories’* (Oc
tober 13), Allen followed Fellini
and Truffaut in making a movie
about being a movie director.
In “A Midsummer Night’s
Sex Comedy” (October 20), three
couples spend a weekend at a
farmhouse in the country.
In “Broadway Danny Rose”
(October 27), Allen has one of his
most interesting acting perform
In “Hannah and Her Sisters”
(November 3), Allen explores
amorous and familial relation
In “The Purple Rose of Cairo”
(November 10), a film actor (Jeff
Daitiels) walks right off the screen
and into the heart of Mia Farrow.
The series concludes Novem
ber 17 with “Radio Days.”
For information or to buy tick
ets for the series, call the Museum
at (919) 833-1935, ext. 143.
MRA Enjoys Retreat
by Susan Worley
The MRA retreat held Septem
ber 10 was a great success according
to Susan Ezell, MRA President.
“We had a nice turn-out and dis
cussed many plans for the year.”
Among the items discussed were
Cornhuskin*, ^plorer trips and
Little Friends Weekend. A possible
service with the Special Olympics
was also suggested.
Ezell added, “Our advisor, Janie
Albergotti spoke to us and Robin
Wright did some great team-
builders.” Participants were also
treated to doughnuts and pizza.
Concerning other MRA events,
Football intramurals and Fitness
Club aerobics are going on now.
Meredith MilCT sign-up will be held
September 18-22. Everyone is en
couraged to participate in these ac
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