Skip to Content
North Carolina Newspapers

The daily Tar Heel. (Chapel Hill, N.C.) 1946-current, February 25, 1982, Page 6, Image 6

Below is the OCR text representation of this newspaper page. It is also available as plain text as well as XML.

6The Daily Tar HeelThursday. February aid arounU. such as staying home and working rather than traveling over the summer. Morris said. "We might expect the students to make sacrifices," she said. She disagreed with Reagan's view that the federal government did not have an obligation to aid students who wanted to go to college. "The federal government doesn't have the right to advocate that all students can earn their way through college. "The government has a responsibility to educate the youth of America, which is the best resource we have today." If Reagan's proposed cuts are approved, undergraduate and especially graduate student programs may again be limited to the wealthy, Morris said. Students should be aware that the deadline for applying for financial aid is March 1, and the likelihood for late applicants receiving aid is very small, she said. "The University has every intention of using all the resources available to help fill the void left by any cuts in federal aid," Morris said. "Right now the ball is in the students' court. They have to get their applications in on time." In the past, the financial aid office has handled more than $20 million for the 9,500 I 'NC efttrVn? who h."!vr rr ' - rt i i i. . :-::: ..: .:: W- I . fc X 1W t ' V i it ,.0.. T: "4tMlii. ,- .w-, -- 25. 1982 From page 1 The office has had an increase in the percen tage of collections of student loans this year, which will help the office receive more money for future loans, Morris said. The financial aid office is planning to pro pose alternatives to the administration this week, Morris said. These alternatives include expanded job-finding services and increased efficiency in the office. The UNC administration, the financial aid office, and the Graduate and Professional Stu dent Federation will announce specific plans to protest the proposed financial aid cuts next week, Morris said. . ' ' ; There is no need for students and parents to start writing to their congressmen now because the issue may not come before both houses of Congress until this fall, she added. However, if students write as many letters as were written by Social Security recipients when social security was to be cut (there were 1 .2 million letters received each day by Congress during debate on Social Security), it will be "a whale of an effect" on the way Congress votes on the proposed cuts, Morris said. - Because of the proposed cuts, students may be forced either to take time off to work in stead of going to school, or work and go to school at the same time, which would be very difficult for most students, Morris said. : ' . ft'': J' 5 V V i, . J1'1' .. . ,.. - ' iv4L r. wfT y &vtJ ?A y & ? YkS p 4 v vx&KH! tulh l r ; yft' ipfril 1 1 i ....., h r ! BUSCI-L The official beer of The t. Anheuser-Busch, Inc. St. Louis, Mo. KTAMS Public service announcements must be turned into noon if they are to run the next day. Each item will TODAY'S ACTIVITIES HusNmasters will have a meeting at 7 p.m. at Peppi's. Plans for this semester's activities will be discussed., It is important thai all old and prospective members attend this meeting. Recorded speeches by Malcolm X will be presented and discussed as part of Black History Month at I and 3 p.m. today and at I, 3 and 6 p.m. Friday at Internationalist Books on 108 Henderson St. '. Mademoiselle Magazine invites you to its Snack Free For All from 12 a.m. until 4 p.m. (or until free samples run out) in the Pit, or Union Lobby in case of rain. There will be free samples and tips from Mademoiselle as well as free Tab and Tab-T-shirts from the Coco-Cola Bottling Company . The display is being sponsored by the PanheUenic Council. 'Cabaret auditions to be held Performer auditions for the student production of the musical Cabaret will be held 3-5 p.m. and 7-10 p.m., March 1,2 and 3 in Room 224 of the Carolina Union 3-5 p.m. and 7-10 p.m. t Interested students should come prepared with two songs one up-tempo Vit' 1 if Sr I. .1 . t 1 ' I T V Vy ' ? .- i -u. !." r-,"'-" Vf' It i "-.;j1'-f . - - i iiMiiiBilinnh' "n'lrumiiirflr trtrtTTtnTtTrtiTffiTT" r 'ni y-TttWnr MyrtTt' . : ' ... s . Ir-w - f.- - onto the box outside DTH offices in the Carolina Union by be run at least twice. The last meeting of the 63rd session of the Campus Govern ing Council will be at 7:30 p.m. in T-5 Carroll Hall. All new . members should attend; new officers will be elected. The Pledge Club or the Theta Pi Chapter of the Alpha Kap pa Alpha Sorority, Inc. will be presenting a Stepshow at 5:30 p.m. in the Great Hall. Please come out and witness this great stepshow extravaganza. The Carolina Students for Life will meet at 8 p.m. Thursday Union. AI ABS members please attend the general meeting at 3:30 p.m. in T-5 New Carroll Hall. There will be a constitutional vote, and Dr. Linda Bower will speak on "Women in the Business World." Interested business majors are also welcome. Thursday p-K"m at the Baptist Student Union will feature a Worship Service at 5:45 p.m. at the Battle House. and one ballet. The 14-member cast will include male and female actors, singers and dancers. The production staff is looking specifically for a character actress in her mid-40s. Cabaret will run April 21-25 in the Great Hall of Carolina Union. r r vst t- - ;, -- - L V t Charlie Daniels Band. Ilie iMiimai Student Lesion Council will have a mcetui(i ui 9 p.m. aMhe Battle House. - BSM Cultural Committee will meet at 4:30 p.m. in the BSM . office. (rfcal Decisions '82 panel and discussion: "The Palesti nians: Security, History and Human Rights," with Professor Herb Bodman (history) moderator and Bobbi Benavie at 4 p.m. in Carolina Union Auditorium. Discussion booklet is available at International Center in the Union. Society of Janus will meet night in the Union. Come lo the Kaffeeklatsch tonight from 3-5 p.m. at the Newman Center. Speak German with professors, students and community members. All levels of speakers welcome. Alpha Chi Sigma will have a potluck dinner at 6:30 p.m. in 307 Venable followed by the pledge ceremony (called for brothers) at 7:30 p.m. Pledges, please remember your S15 pledge fee. Interested in volunteering an hour each week to brighten up the lives of nursing home residents? Come to the orientation meeting for Campus Y Nursing Homes Outreach Committee at 5 p.m. on the second floor lobby of the Campus Y building. Please bring a little something to supplement a chicken dinner. The Carolina Students for Life will meet at 8 p.m. in 218 Union. WaB Street Ethics will be the topic of the Campus Y Dinner Discussion at 5:30 p.m. Dr. Roger Shinn from Union Theological Seminary, New York City, will be speaking at this pot luck and discussion. Sign up at the Campus Y. "The Palestinians: Security, History and Human Rights" is the topic of the fourth Great Decision '82 discussion to be held at 4 p.m. in the Carolina Union auditorium. " The UNC Ecumenical Group will sponsor a slide show discussion. "Modern Slavery-Today's Migrant farmworker" will be at 8 p.m. in Person Hall. A reception will follow. James Fallows, noted author and Atlantic Monthly editor, will discuss "Current Trends in National Defense Planning" at 8 p.m. in 100 Hamilton Hall. The public is invited and the event is being sponsored by Curriculum in Peace, War and ' Defense. The UNC Guitar Association will meet at 8 p.m. in 202 Hill Hall. We will discuss an upcoming concert and Billy Stewart, will have a special presentation. This is an important meeting and all guitarists are welcome. So practice your chops and br ing your ax. - The Funnybird Appreciation Club will meet at 6 p.m. in 1 13 1 i ii I ir -1' , -15 I i it,--' lit "4., . Lewis. AH interested auauDon mcmoers attend. Fellowship of Christian Alheletes will meet at 8:30 p.m. in the Union. Contemporary Christian Music Group will per form. Also Michelle and Lisa will be there. 1 COMING KVKNTS , The BSM Gospel Choir will present a talent program featur ing representatives of the Black Greek organizations and the BSM sub-cultural wout at 8 'p.m. Saturday in the Hinton -; James Recreation Room. A 50-cent donation is requested. The American Bullet Theatre II will hoW an open company class from noon until 1:30 p.m. Saturday in Memorial Hall. The company will also have an open dresstech rehearsal 2-5 p.m. Saturday. Students are encouraged to come and watch these two events. - ' The Black Interdenominational Student Association will hold a special worship service in tribute to Black History Month at 11:30 a.m. Sunday in the Carolina' Union. Rev. Clarence G. Newsome, professor of religion at Duke, will deliver the sermon. Senior Class Committee will meet at 7 p.m. Sunday in 215 Union. Important decisions will be made please be present. No meetings on March 7 or 14. . A program of sacred baroque music will be given at 4 p.m. Sunday in the Grumman Chapel of University. Methodist Church, Chapel Hill. The Black Student Movement General Body meeting will be held at 8 p.m. Monday in U pernio Lounge. Included will be a forum for candidates running for BSM offices. Israel and the Media: A Panel Discussion with area jour nalists will be held Monday at the HiUel House on 210 West Cameron Ave. For further information, call Hilld House at 942-4057. Auditions for the Department of Speech Communications production of Joan Dklion's novel, A Book of Common ' Prayer, will be held 7-9 p.m. Monday and 4-6 p.m. Tuesday in 203 Bingham Hall. All persons interested in perfonning or ser ving in a technical capacity are encouraged to attend. Carolina Symposium Pot-luck Dinner Discussion will be held at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday in 215 Union. Topic will be "Racist or Sexist? How to call someone a name without being either of the above" with Sonja Stone and Laurence Thomas. Professor Sahatore I. Cpmporeale will discuss the relation ship' of culture and society from sthe perspective of a Renaissance scholar in his lecture "The Crisis of Humanism and Theology in the Renaissance" at 4 p.m. Tuesday in 569 Hamilton Hall. ITEMS OF INTEREST Student' Health Service is offering a four-week "Holistic Weight Management Workshop emphasizing positive lifestyle behaviors in a supportive group setting. Enrollment is limited to UNC students less than 25 pounds overweight. This group win meet four consecutive weeks beginning 2-3:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 16 in the Student Health Service. To pre- registcr, call 966-2281, ext. 275, to arrange for a pre-screening interview (mandatory). Anyone wishing to sponsor a blood mo bile next year should contact APO at 962-3996 or 962-1044. This is a good service project for fraternities, sororities and other campus groups. Campus Y Summer Program Coordinator position . available. Going to be in Chapel Hill this summer? Why not look into serving as the coordinator of the Y's Summer Pro grams. Drop by 102 Y Building for more details. Pre-vet Students: Summer 1982 N.C. Agriculture and Technical University in Greensboro will offer the required animal science courses for admission to NCSU School of : Veterinary Medicine June 7-July 16. NCSU in Raleigh will of fer the required animals science courses July 6-Aug. 1 1. Come by Pre-MedPre-Dent Advising Office in 201-D Steele Building or 106 Nash Hall for additional information. Summer School is the best time to get these courses. . Anyone interested in International Affiars on the UNC cam pus? If so, please call Susan Ladd at 933-1736. Offering i Red Cross Water Safety Instruction Certificstkm Course Tuesday and Thursday 8-1 1 p.m. from March 30 to April 29 to certify instructors to teach Swimming. Participants must be at least 17 years old and hold a current Advanced Life Saving certification. Register now. Call YMCA 942-5156 for more information. Applications now available at Union Desk for Transfer Area Coordinators, Freshmen and Transfer Orientation Counselors and Pre-Orientatkra positions. Applications should be return ed to 01 Steele Building by March 5. Intramurals: Mandatory meeting for all scorekeepers for the IM basketball playoffs at 4:30 p.m. in the IM Rec office. . . Lifetime Leisure Activities program self-defense clinic is from 6 to 9 p.m. . Free Diabetes Screening Clinic will be held from 5-9 p.m. Thursday and Friday at University Mall. Faculty and students will be present to answer questions on diabetes and diet. The Clinic is being sponsored by the student branches of the American Pharmaceutical Association and the UNC School of Pharmacy. - MED and SAAP applications are due at the UNC-School of Medicine and at the N.C. Health Manpower Development respectively on March 1 . For information about these two sum mer session programs here at UNC for disadvantaged students come to Pre-MedPre-Dent Advising Office in 201-D or 106 Nash HaD. The Carolina Union Human Relations Committee is in the process of selecting students, faculty and administrators to par ticipate as observers in a four-hour Personal Racial Awareness Seminar, conducted by Dr. Charles H. King, Jr. It will be from 1-5 p.m. Wednesday in Great Hall Union. Applications must 'be returned by March 5. . Campus Y Big Buddies: remember ice skating from 10 a.m. jjjitil 12 noon at, Daniel Boone Jiink. Little Brothers are admit ted free.. Please show up. Also, applications for next year's Co- " chairs are available at the Y. Deadline is March 5. 1 Win a Honda Crvfc and help fight hemophilia. Raffle tickets only $3 from Arnold Air Society, Air Force ROTC, 962-7587. John Kelvin Bryant and Cadets in support of the Hemophilia Foundation. Airborne Veterans please contact Bob Pace at 967-8492. Anyone interested in co-chairing the Campus Y Dinner Discussion Committee please stop by the Campus Y before spring break. Join us in a protest of VS. involvement in El Salvador. We have rented four buses to carry students to Fayetteville on Saturday. Tickets can be purchased at the Fort Bragg Coalition table in the Union. Ballots to nominate professors for Distinguished Teaching Awards are available through March 5 at the Union, libraries, Y-Court and around Campus. Submit to 102 Steele Building by March 5. , Any UNC organizations or dubs interested in having a booth or doing a demonstration at the New Well Health Fair on April 6 and 7 please call 942-WELL between 3 and 7 p.m. through Thursday. "Chariots of Fire" discount tickets available from the Maranatha Student Fellowship Monday through Friday from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. and 3-5 p.m. at NCNB Plaza. Pregnancy Supports Services (PSS) exists as a non-profit, non-political organization concerned to offer women in crisis pregnancies positive alternatives to abortion. If you would like more information about our program or about how you can help out, we welcome your calls. Evening, 942-8168 or daytime at 929-3728. DAT (Dental Admission Test) applications and "Update" hand-out for those planning admission to dental schools for fall '83 are now available in 201-D Steele Building and 101 Nash Hall. Test is April 17; application deadline is March 22. MCAT (Medical College Admission Test) applications and "Update" hand-outs for those planning admission to Medical Schools in fall '83 are now available in 201-D Steele Building and 101 Nash Hall. Test will be given April 24. 1.D. pictures re quired with applications, due March 26. Anyone Interested in serving as the UNICEF Y Committee chairperson next year, please leave a message at the Y or call 967-3296 for more information. t Applications for places at the reception for Tom Wolfe after his Carolina Symposium appearance March 18 are available at the Union desk. Watch for coming symposium events. Nominations for the Roger A. Davis Award, presented to the student who has given outstanding service to the Universi ty, especially in residence life, are now being accepted. Nomination forms are available at the RHA office, suite B, Union, and are due March 31. The Excec Committee of AED will meet at 5:30 p.m. Friday in the hospital cafeteria. ' Undecided about a career choice or major? Career planning and dedskMi making group will help you identify your interests and skills and explore career opinions. Call University Counseling Center, 962-2175 to sign up. The Sixth Annual Student Lobby for Soviet Jewry will be held Feb. 24 in Washington, D.C. Participants attend a brief ing and then meet with their congressmen. For in formation call Aliza Rosenthal at 933-6224 Or Hilld at 942-4057. The Order of the Old Weil, a campus honorary recognizing service and scholarship, is now accepting nominations for 1982. Nominations forms are available at the Union desk. Deadline is Feb. 26. Vietnam veterans interested in joining a support group, call John Kin at 933-7057. Opportunities for Walter Research Grants Applications from faculty members of senior colleges and universities in North Carolina for grants under the Institute's fiscal year 1982-83 program will be accepted until April 2. No exceptions will be made to this cutoff date. Additional information and copies of instructions for preparation of proposals can be ob tained from the Institute by contacting the Office of the Director,- 124 Riddick Building, NCSC. Raleigh, 27650-59999, Telephone 737-2815. BTH arts staff meeting The arts staff will meet Thursday at 4:30 p.m. outside the Daily Tar Heel of fice. Anyone interested in working for the arts desk is welcome to attend the meeting or come by the office. r Writers wanted . Anyone interested in joining The Daily Tar Heel sports staff should come by the office today or tomorrow between 3 and 5 p.m. and ask for Linda Robertson, sports editor. Applicants with clips should bring them. If you are unable to make it at these limes, call 962-0245. today

North Carolina Newspapers is powered by Chronam.

Digital North Carolina