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6A The Tar Heel Thursday, July 31,1980
There are 28 emergency call boxes on the
UNC campus, maintained by Southern
"We have been aware that the town was
planning to ait (the boxes) off for some
time,", Steve Harward, UNC telephone
systems engineer, said.
Harward said that recommendations for
a new emergency system have been made by
a committee appointed by John Temple,
vice chancellor for business and finance.
Student body president Bob Saunders
and Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs
Donald Boulton have already sent in
recommendations for modernizing the
Until a new system is installed, campus
boxes will be tied directly into campus
police headquarters in the basement of the
"Our problem now is that we don' t know
how much trouble we have," Harward
said. "In the past, they (the boxes) were not
monitored too closely." He said that
vandalism to the boxes is not always
reported and that testing for working order
through the system itself is not very
Harward said that campus police have
begun patrolling one round each night to
check for vandalism.
Harward said that once a new system is
decided upon, it will take at least a month
or two before the work on the boxes is
fremiti jnemanon counselors- rs
By Martha Schutz
After, a summer full . of orientation
offerings, and a year's worth of planning,
freshmen and transfer students are expected
to arrive in Chapel Hill Sunday, Aug. 17.
Individual meetings with academic
advisers are scheduled for the following
morning and attendance is mandatory.
Volunteer student counselors will be on
hand through-out the week of the 17-24, to
aid incoming students. There will be a total
of 650 counselors, and an estimated ratio of
seven freshmen to one counselor.
"We want students to feel more at home
here, both academically and socially," said
Robert Johnson, Student Orientation.
What makes the Carolina orientation
program particularly unique is the fact
that it is almost completely managed and
run by student volunteers, he said. Johnson
stressed that there is an overall "spirit" at
UNC which makes vast student support
possible ' .
In past years orientation counselors have
been easily recognizable in their identical,
colored T-shirts, and this summer's
counselors will sport green T's.
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Items of Interest
Applications are now available for hardship parking
permits for fall and spring semesters in the Student
Government offices, Suite C, Carolina Union. Please
return these by Sept 1 to Suite C For any questions call
Lee Carr, director of parking and transportation for
Student Government, at 933-5201.
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As many as 100 counselors will be
assigned to an "area," or cluster of dorms,
depending on the size of the location. It is
hoped that the emphasis on "areas" will
give new students a "sense of community
and not just of dormitory," Johnson said.
Counselors will conduct tours and
organize area activities, such as dinner
outings and talent show.
Morrision area, for instance, is planning
volleyball tournament, dance classes,
parties, dinners, a movie and more.
Advisory sessions will be held to discuss
time management and registration, but the
greater part of the focus is on fun, Lynn
Worth, Morrison area coordinator, said.
Before new students arrive, counselors
will correspond with them by mail, giving
, them seasoned advice about what to bring
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TUES. Barbeque chicken 02.25
with salad and
WED. Barbeque Beef $3.35
Ribs with salad
and trench fries ,
THURS. Hot Roast Beef $2.50
FRI. Barbeque Plate $2.75
with trench fries
slaw and hushpupples
Fried shrimp $2.75
with trench fries
BBQ Sandwich $1.60
MON. Hamburger steak $2.99
Spaghetti -All you $3.99
can eat with
salad and bread
TUES.Meat Roulade with$2.99
WED. Texas Platter with $2.99
THURS. Spaghetti with
with salad and
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Chicken Salad Plate
Tuna Salad Rate
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