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12 AThe Daily Tar HcclMonday, August 24, 1981
By ANN PETERS
DTII Surf Writer .
Chancellor Christopher C. Fordham III has approved the
nomination of 28 students to 12 Chancellor Advisory Com
mutes, Student Body President Scott Norberg said last week.
These committees give students a chance to affect University
policy decisions, Norberg said.
Norberg is responsible for recommending students to the
chancellor committees and the four Vice Chancellor's Com
mittees which are staffed by faculty, administrators and stu
dents. These committees recommend policy decisions to the
"Student membership is a vital, active and equal partner
in the discussions of a committee,' Norberg said.
The students on the committees are appointed by Fordham
on the recommendation of Norberg, with the advice of Donald
Boulton, vice chancellor for Student Affairs. But recommen
dations for the vice chancellor's committees are given directly
to the vice chancellors responsible for the committees.
The vice chancellors' committees are headed by John Tem
ple, vice chancellor of Business and Finance, who is responsi
ble for food service and student stores committees and
Boulton, who is responsible for the Student Health Ad
ministration Committee and the Housing Advisory Board.
Larger issues of students will concern the vice chancellor's
committees, Norberg said. He made recommendations for
these committees to Boulton and Temple this week.
More than 100 applications were received from students
last spring. . :
About 70 percent of the students were chosen from the ap
plications, while about 30 percent were chosen from students
who would "contribute to the diversity and represen
tativeness of the students on the committees," he said.
"Each recommendation must be very well qualified, very
interested and as a group, the student appointed to each
committee should be representative of the student body to
express a variety of opinions held in the student body,"
Norberg said. "In many cases, these committees are where
the major decisions on campus are made, where students,
faculty and administration get together and agree on policy
ideas."' . ' y.. .
The chancellor comneesfocmJKiiihje following areas:
energy; parking and transportation; student conduct;
awards; scholarship, awards, Gainst talent aid; faculty
building and grounds, cajertdareestablished lectures; space;
traffic appeals; facilities use; and status of minorities and dis
advantaged students. T ,7f ,
. Norberg said he believed the Committee on the Status of
Minorities and Disadvantaged Students was a model com
mittee that was very open to student suggestions.
Norberg said the committee was one in which he was in
terested and to which he was dedicated. The committee's
main contribution has been to recommend the position of
Vice Chancellor for University Affairs.
"The cornmittee is a good, high-powered, productive
committee," he said.
Donald Beeson, director of food service, student stores,
student health services and financial aid committees, and
coordinator of these vice chancellor's committees, is a
member of the Vice Chancellor's Student Stores Committee.
Beeson said students had an effect on the committees and the
policy decisions, when their suggestions were credible.
This year, the committee on parking and transportation
has succeeded in recommending that standard parking fines
be reduced from $20 to $10.
"When the committees recommend . something, that's
usually what's done," Norberg said.
. Student appointments to the Chancellor Committees:
Parking and Transportation
Status of Minorities and Disadvantaged Students Keith Williams
Scholarship, Awards, Student Aid
Faculty Building and Grounds ,
The Space and Facilities Use committees are inactive. The
facilities use policy is being re-evaluated. The policy includes
solicitation policy on campus organizations. The Space com
mittee allocates space to organizations when space is made
available, and since space is limited, the committee has no
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DTII Staff Writer
Efforts to find a private consultant to
study the University Food . Service pro
gram have begun, Chuck Antle, associate
vice chancellor of business and finance,
said last week.
The Office of Student Affairs is also
drawing up a survey for parents, students
and faculty to gather more information,
The decision to find a private consul
tant and conduct a survey was based on a
recommendation made by the Food Ser
vices Advisory Committee early this sum
mer. The committee did not make any
specific recommendations on the options
for campus food service because it lacked
the necessary information.
The options included:
Option J Renovation of the first
floor of Lenoir Hall.
Option K Renovation of the first
and second floor of the north end of
Option L Renovation of the first
floor of Lenoir Hall, the renovation of
Lenoir Hall basement for the purpose of
having fast-food operations and the clos
ing of the Fast Break snack bar in the
Option T Renovation of the first
floor of Lenoir Hall, the renovation of
the Lenoir Hall basement to have a fast
food operation, the closing of the Fast
Break and the conversion of the first
floor of Chase Cafeteria to a fast-food
Option N Renovation of the din
ing area of the Pine Room only.
In the report, the committee reviewed
pros and cons of each option, but did not
recommend one particular option.
Student Body President Scott Norberg
said the new committee would use the re
sults of the survey and consultation to re
vise its earlier options and to finish the
work of the original FSAC. ,
Norberg said he had recommended that
the survey address the feasibility of a
campus food service. "Can campus food
service support itself?" is a major ques
tion, Norberg said.
Norberg said the amount of money
needed for improvements may not be jus
tifiable considering the number of stu
dents who use the service. Over the years,
campus food service never has been very
successful, Norberg said.
Antle said several universities had been
contacted in the search for a consultant
but that no decisions had been made yet.
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Brenda Allen, UNC off-campus housing
coordinator, said that many students did
not get apartments "because of the
amount it would cost for them to pay the
rent, and also because they do not have a
roommate to help cover expenses."
Allen said that students should keep
trying to find apartments, since some
people do cancel out at the last minute.
"Mo.st apartments may have openings be
cause of a cancellation that wasn't avail
"Most of the time, the student ends up
with something," Allen said.
There are 150 unleased apartments at
Estes Park, Kingswood, Royal Park, Uni
versity Lake, and Booker Creek apartments,
which are owned by the same company,
said Brent Bobbitt, manager of Kingswood
"We can still get a bunch more people
in that don't have housing," he said.
Other area apartment complexes have
One apartment will be available at Old
Well Apartments around Sept. 1 and two
more will become available around Sept.
18, said receptionist Maxine Slaughter.
An apartment will be available at Caro
lina Apartments Sept. 15, Slaughter said.
"I can't promise how long these will
last," she said. v o
There will be one two-bedroom apart
ment available Oct. 1 at Foxcroft Apart
ments, Manager Ed Keathley said. That
was accounted for by an unexpected move
out. Tar Heel Manor on the 1 5-501 Bypass in
Carrboro is full.
"We don't expect to have any (open
ings) until around December," Assistant
Manager Annette Evans said.
. Northampton Apartments are full until
November, with a waiting list numbering
over 200 people, secretary Nancy Geek
"We didn't have near enough apart
ments to suit all those who wanted one,"
Evans said. "Most of the people who are
getting an apartment filed an application
in December, definitely before the (Uni
versity housing) lottery."
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