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The Daily Tar Heel
'.Vednesd . January 5. 1971
0 check rules change
by Jessica I la nchar
The Association of Women Students
CAWS) has fcr.1 A a new committee,
Women's Fcru of UNC, to negotiate
and evaluate rule proposals between the
University and AWS.
The committee was formerly known as
the Im mentation Board.
"ini-itmentatjon Board really didn't
.define our role and duties," explained It i
Robbins, AWS vice, president. "It wis
hurriedly set up bit year to move rtle
changes that had been bogged down.
Sirtoe then our role has changed," she
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continued. "We not only implement but
we also propose and negotiate new ru'e
"The Women's rerun bring all vie a s
of women on campus to the Uisversit's
Implementation Board to ork jut
broad, general rules for women studer ts,"
said Miss Robbins.
The name change was design :d to
improve understanding of the board's role
by UNC women students.
The Women's Forum is a board of
administration and studen'
representatives chaired jointly by Dean cf
Women "Catherine Carmichael 3rd
student representative Fenna Boon. Tie
Forum seeks to establish communication
and coordination between the University
administration and women students. It
negotiates and evaluates rule change
proposals originating in AWS with the
Some of the changes initiate', by
Implementation Board were the
broadening of self-limiting hous for
women and the use of orange stickers
rather than signing in to identify women
with self-limiting hours.
by Bill Pope
Transcendental mediation is a
scientific rather than a relirious prszv.cz
and is based on a simple technique in
which the mind "transcends the subtlest
slate of the thought until it reaches ihe
source of the thojrht."
That is ihe opinion of Joe Oa:k, who
recently returned from a three month
meditation period in India with a
Maharishi and is now a traveling
tour West Coast
The UNC Debate Team, composed of
Joe Loveland and Joe McGuire, is
presently on a! tour of tournaments on
the West Coast.
During the Christmas holidays, he
team lost in the quarterfinals of the
UCLA Tournament 2-1 to Georgetown
University of Washington, D.C., which
won the tournament.
At Redlands University, McGuire and
Loveland defeated West Illinois, UCLA,
Canisius and Georgia to win the
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Meditation Socieiy 'SIMSI.':
lecture in transcendent! neditatson
will he held at S p.m. today in Gemrd
Hill. The lecture is sponsored by the
UNC Meditation Society.
Durir meditation the body can
attain a deep state of rest." says Clark.
v ho maintains meditation
practiced for 15 to 20 minutes each
momir.g and evening.
When one comes out of mediation,"
Clark asserts, "he experiences more
activity he experiences a certain
awareness which he did not have before
Meditation is quickJy spreading across
college campuses across the world. Ten
years ago the Students International
Meditation Society (SIMS) was founded
in California and is considered the fastest
growing student organization in th
country. At the University of Colorado,
for example, there are over 1 ,000
More than 100 students are members
of the UNC chapter which was organized
in October. The students learned the
method f meditation from SIMS
instructors who must spend three months
with the Maharishi in order to be
qualified to teach.
The cost of learning the method is S3 5
for students and $75 for non-students.
SIMS is a non-profit organization in
which teachers or lecturers receive pay.
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A new Sl.S nillion Health Sciences
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