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6The Daily Tar HeelThursday, March 18,
Topic is toxic waste
By PAM DUNCAN
"Toxic Waste Disposal in North
Carolina: Where Are We Headed?" is
the topic of a seminar on occupational
and environmental health to be held on
Friday, March 19 from 1 to 2:45 p.m. in
. 105 Berryhill Hall. The UNC department
of family medicine and the UNC Occupa
tional and Environmental Health Action
Group is sponsoring the seminar.
Jonathon Sheline, a medical student
and co-director of OEHAG, said the
seminar would take the form of a panel
discussion and will cover toxic waste
disposal and the health effects of toxic
"Under the existing waste management
act in North Carolina, the burial or land
fill method for disposal of toxic wastes is
still allowed, despite the fact that it has
been outlawed in several states, including
California and New Jersey, where, there
have been serious problems of highly tox
ic chemicals leaking into the ground
water. This is one reason that North
Film by local independent
Local independent filmmaker
Nathan David Antila, a graduate stu
dent in the UNC department of
English, debuts In Dreams Begirt
Responsibilities at 8 p.m. this Satur
day in Room 115 of the Ackland Art
Museum; Admission is free. .
121 E. FRANKLIN STREET
NOTICE TO ALL STUDENTS ENROLLED
AT THE UNIVERSITY AT CHAPEL HILL
In The Revised North Carolina State Plan for the Further Elimination of Racial Duality in the Public Post-Secondary
Education Systems, the following language appears (at Page 152) relating to "Student Organizations":
"It is the policy of The University that all student organizations sanctioned by the constituent institutions
shall be open to membership without respect to race. It is the duty of the chancellor and his subordinates on
each campus to require that every institutionally sanctioned student organization file with the institution a
statement of the organization's non-discriminatory policy. The chancellor or his subordinates, in cooperation'
with student government, shall take appropriate remedial action, after investigation, where charges of racial
discrimination by such organizations are found to be correct."
Further, in the rules and regulations issued by the Department of Health, Education and Welfare for the implementa
tion of Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, the following language appears Section 86.31(b).
Z'm 7 ' "... 0)n providing any aid, benefit, or service to a student, a recipient (institution of higher learning) shall not, on
, "the basis of sex:. . .(7) Aid or perpetuate discrimination against any person by providing significant assistance
to any agency, organization, or person which discriminates oh the basis of sex in providing any aid, benefit or
service to students or employees;"
As of 8 March 1982 the student organizations listed below have been officially recognized by the University Administra
tion for the year, ending 15 September 1982. Recognition is not granted unless the organization files with the Vice
Chancellor for Student Affairs a statement of its non-discriminatory policy. Any currently enrolled student may examine
the statement of non-discriminatory policy of any recognized student organization by applying at the office of the Vice
Chancellor for Student Affairs. '
Any currently enrolled student who applied for membership in any recognized student organization, was denied
membership, and believes the denial was based in whole or in part on his or her race or sex, should notify the Vice
Chancellor for Student Affairs.
NAMES OF RECOGNIZED STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS
I. OFFICIAL!. RECOGNIZED
UNC-CH Student Government
II. OFFICIALLY RECOGNIZED
Anglican Student Fellowship
Episcopal Campus Ministry
Association of International Students
Association for Women Students
Baptist Student Union
Black Interdenominational Student
Black Student Movement
Campus Christian Fellowship
Campus Crusade for Christ
Carolina Athletic Association
Carolina Campus Advance for Christ
Carolina Committee on Central America
Carolina Disc Club
Carolina Computer Science Association
Carolina Gay Association
Carolina Godiva Track Club
Carolina Students for Life
Carolina Tibetan Buddhist Society
Catholic Campus Ministry
C.H.A.N.G.E. UNC-CH (Chapel Hill
Anti-Nuclear Group Effort)
Chapel Hill International Folk Dance Club'
Chapel Hill International Soccer Club
Christian Legal Society
Christian Medical Society
Christian Science Organization at UNC-CH
The Clef Hangers
Coalition for Social Justice ,
Dialectic and Philanthropic Literary Soc.
Fellowship of Christian Athletes
Fine Arts Festival
First Collegiate Bassmasters of UNC-CH
Folklore Society of the University of
North Carolina at Chapel Hill .
Friends of Amnesty International
Full Gospel Student Fellowship
Graduate & Professional Student Federation
Graduate Student Action Body
Guardians of Light And Time
Human Sexuality Information and
India Association of UNC-CH
Imer-Varsity Christian Fellowship
Japanese Discussion Group
Keep the Two-Year Term Committee
Latter Day Saints Student Association .
Lutheran Campus Ministry
Maranatha Student Fellowship
Men's Volleyball Club
Minorities In Mass Media
Minority Student Nursing Association
Muslim Students Association of UNC-CH
NCMH University Student Volunteer Program
Need for Equal Education for Disabled
North Carolina Action for Farmworkers
North Carolina Coastal Club
North Carolina IN FACT (Infant Formula
North Carolina Student Legislature
North Carolina Student Rural
Occupational and Environmental
Health Action Group
Odum Village Board of Aldermen
Organization for Women In Business
Physical Education Majors Club
Radical Students' Forum
Rape and Assault Prevention Escort
Residence Hall Association of UNC-CH
Senior Class of 1982
Society for Creative Anachronism
Student Consumer Action Union
Student Emergency Medical Organization
Student International Meditation Society
Student Legal Services Board
Students Against Militarism
Tarheels Against Stupid Spending
The Toronto Exchange
Carolina is an attractive area for chemical
industries, such as the microelectronics
industry, to locate," Sheline said.
Speakers at the seminar -will be Don
Huising from Gov. Jim Hunt's office,
Bill Meyer from the N.C. Solid and
Hazardous Waste Management Office,
Catherine Cameron from the Tri-County
Alliance of Concerned Citizens and Jane
Sharp, president of the Conservation
Council of North Carolina.
OEHAG is also , sponsoring a con
ference on "Assessing Occupational and
Environmental Health Hazards in the
South," to be held on Saturday, March
20 from 8:15 a.m until 4:30 p.m..
The conference will consist of several
workshops covering the various topics
concerned with occupational and en
vironmental health hazards, Sheline said.
The conference is cosponsored by the
American Medical Student Association
of UNC and will be held in the Family
Practice Center at North Carolina
Memorial Hospital. The sponsors are
asking for a $5 donation from each par
ticipant for lunch.
The feature-length, Super-8 film,
based on the short story by Delmore
Schwartz, boasts a cast from the
Chapel Hill area.
Dreams features Robert Gross, a
UNC graduate and scholar-in-
OVER 1,200 FRAMES
UNC-CH American Atheists
UNC-CH Americans for Common Sense
UNC-CH Bahai Club
UNC-CH Ballroom Dance Club
UNC-CH Campus Y
UNC-CH Chess Club
UNC-CH Chinese Students Association
UNC-CH Christian Dental Society
UNC-CH Clogging Club
UNC-CH College Republicans
UNC-CH Collegiate 4-H Club
UNC-CH Crew Club
UNC-CH Cycling Club
UNC-CH DSOC Youth Section
. UNC-CH Branch of ECKANKAR
Emerald State Satsang Society
UNC-CH Fantasy and Science Fiction Club
UNC-CH Football Club
UNC-CH Guitar Association
UNC-CH Gymnastics Club
UNC-CH Hillel Student Organization
UNC-CH Ice Hockey Club
UNC-CH Jugglers Association -UNC-CH
UNC-CH Korean Student Society N
UNC-CH Media Board
UNC-CH Medical Student Chamber .
UNC-CH Men's Volleyball Club
UNC-CH Model United Nations Club
UNC-CH Outing Club
UNC-CH Racquetball Club
UNC-CH Rugby Club
UNC-CH Sailing Club
UNC-CH Scuba Club
UNC-CH Slavic Club
UNC-CH Sports Club Council
UNC-CH Squash Club
UNC-CH Taekwondo-Zen Club
UNC-CH Tennis Club
UNC-CH Water Polo Club
UNC-CH Water Ski Club
UNC-CH Women's Lacrosse Club
UNC-CH Women's Rugby
UNC-CH Women's Volleyball Club
UNC-CH Young Americans for Freedom
UNC-CH Young Democrat's Club
United Christian Fellowship
University of North Carolina at
Chapel Hill Dungeons & Dragons Club
Zionist Activist Coalition
III. OFFICIALLY RECOGNIZED
SOCIAL SORORITIES AND
Alpha Chi Omega
Alpha Delta Pi
Alpha Kappa Alpha
Delta Delta Delta
Delta Phi Epsilon
Delta Sigma Theta
Kappa Alpha Theta
Kappa Kappa Gamma
Pi Beta Phi
Sigma Sigma Sigma
Zeta Phi Beta
IV. OFFICIALLY RECOGNIZED ',
SOCIAL FRATERNITIES AND
Alpha Phi Alpha
Alpha Tau Omega
Beta Theta PI
Delta Kappa Epsilon
Delta Tau Delta
Delta Upsilon : ' ,
Kappa Alpha Psi
Lambda Chi Alpha .
Omega Psi Phi .
Phi Delta Chi
Phi Delta Theta
Phi Garnma Delta
Pi Kappa Alpha
Pi Kappa Phi
Pi Lambda Phi .'
Sigma Alpha Epsilon .
The Associated Press
CHARLOTTE, N.C The McGuire
nuclear, plant may not operate at full
power until this summer or early fall
because of steam-generator tube wear in
three-month old unit, Duke Power Co.
officials said Wednesday.
The plant's Unit 1 was taken off line
Feb. 26 as part of Duke's steam generator
evaluation program, officials said. Dur
ing the outage, tubes in the four
generators were checked and monitoring
equipment was installed.
Duke began the program at McGuire
after two European nuclear plants with
steam generators of similar design began
showing premature tube wear.
When the McGuire plant goes back in
to service, it will be operating at 75 per
The tube problem dealt a severe set
back to Duke's plans to make use of the
$960-million unit, which has run only 30
days since Dec. 1.
Duke officials said Wednesday they
have found worn places on four meal
tubes in one of McGuire's four steam
residence at the American Theater
Company in Tulsa, Okla., and Denise
McLemore, a senior from Roseboro.
Other cast members include: Alana
Teichman, LauraxSumner, Larry Pait,
Lamis Faris, Gordon Ball, Glenn
Sumner and Kimball King.
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Sigma Phi Epsilon
Tau Epsilon Phi
Zeta Beta Tau
V. OFFICIALLY RECOGNIZED
HONORARY, SCHOLASTIC RECOGNITION
AND SERVICE SOCIETIES
Alpha Chi Sigma
Alpha Delta Sigma
Alpha Epsilon Delta
Alpha Phi Omega
Beta Gamma Sigma
Delta Phi Alpha
Order of the Bell Tower
Order of the Ginko
Order of the Golden Fleece
Order of the Golden Torch
Order of the Grail-Valkyries
Order of the Old Well
Order of the Silver Key
Phi Beta Kappa
Phi Eta Sigma
Phi Lambda Sigma
Phi Mu Alpha Sinphonia
Pi Delta Phi
. Sigma Tau Chi
Society of Hellenas
Society of Janus
UNC-CH Circle-K Club
VI. OFFICIALLY RECOGNIZED
WHICH OPERATE OR PUBLISH
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VII. OFFICIALLY RECOGNIZED
ARE RELATED TO
Alpha Chi Sigma
American Medical Student Association
Association of Business Studants
Bachelors of Public Health Nutrition
Delta Sigma Pi
Holdemess Moot Court Bench'
The Industrial Relations Association .
International Health Study Group'
Issues in Medicine
Jesse J. Morehead Angel Flight
Jesse J. Morehead Squardon of the
4 Arnold Air Society ' -
Kappa Psi Pharmaceutical Fraternity
MBA Student Association
North Carolina Journal of International.
Law and Commercial Regulation
North Carolina Law Review Association
Pre-Professional Health Society
School of Public Health Student Union Board
Semper Fidelis Society
Sigma Alpha lota " '
-Social Work Student Organization .
Sociedad Hispanic Carolinesa
Society of Professional Journalists
Sociology Graduate and Professional Student
Student Health Action Committee
Student National Medical Association
Student National Pharmaceutical Association
Student Nurses' Association ( ,
UNC-CH Advertising Club -UNC-CH
UNC-CH Medical Society
UNC-CH Pre-Law Club
UNC-CH School of Pharmacy Senate
UNC-CH Student Chapter of the Association
for Computing Machinery
UNC-CH Student Occupational Therapy
UNC-CH Women in Law
Undergraduate Geography Association
Undergraduate History Association
- Undergraduate Political Science Association
Whitehead Medical Society
Public service announcements must be turned into
noon if they are to run the next day. Each item will
North Campus Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship will have
a chapter meeting at 7:30 p.m. in the basement of University
Methodist Church. Murray Richmond will speak on "You Can
Have it Now or Later." Everyone is welcome.
Come to Kaffeeklatsch 3-5 p.m. at the Newman Center. Get
the second half of the semester off to a good start by practicing
your German with students, faculty and community members.
AH levels of speakers welcome.
Women la Development Film Series "Saints and Spirits"
will be at 7 p.m. in 207 Union, the' discussion will be led by
Ellen Fairbanks Bodman and Ann McDougall.
The Jesse J. Moorhead Angel Flight will have its open
house at 7 p.m. in Lenoir "Hall South. Anyone interested in
joining this service organization is welcome to visit.
Fellowship of Christian Athletes will meet at 8:30 p.m. in the
Carolina Union. Albert Long will speak. Come and bring a
Alpha CM Sigma will have a meeting at 6:30 p.m. in 221
El Salvador: Another Vietnam will be shown at 7:30 p.m. in
101 Greenlaw Building. Admission is $1.
Don Prentiss from the N.C Bar Association will speak to
the UNC Pre-Law dub at 3:30 p.m. in 202 Union. Topics will
include ethics, the bar exam and functions of the N.C. Bar.
Great Decisions '82 program: "Global Inflation: the United
States, the World and the Future," presented by Arthur
Benavie, professor of economics, will be at 4 p.m. in the Union
Auditorium. Discussion booklet available at International
Center in the Union.
Interviewing Workshop, sponsored by the University Place
ment Services, will be held at 3:30 p.m. in 209 Hanes Hall. Ac
tivities based on the Skills Guide (available in 21 1 Hanes Hall)
will help you prepare for job interviews.
The Student Tutorial Service is reorganizing to better serve
you. There will be an organizational meeting for anyone in
terested in working on the Student Tutorial Service Committee
at 4 p.m. in 217 Union. If interested but unable to attend,
please call Marilyn Long at 968-1000.
CHEC (Contraceptive Health Education Clinic), will meet at
3:30 p.m. in the Frank Porter Graham Lounge of the Carolina
' Karamn, Duke University's black drama organization, will
present The Enigma, an evening of theatre at 8: IS p.m. in Page
Auditorium. The production will consist of The Dutchmen,
Dreamy Kid and Mother and Child, written by Leroi Jones,
Eugene O'Neill and Langston Hughes, respectively. Tickets are
The Department of Chemistry presents Dr. Sidney M. Hecht
of the University of Virginia at 11 a.m. in 308 Venable Hall.
. He win speak on "Studies on the Synthesis and Mechanism of
Action of Bleomycin."
Volunteers are needed for Special Olympics Clinic at 7:30
p.m. Thursday, March 25 in 08 Peabody Hall.
Victory Village Day Care
Center is holding a fund
raising drive to support the
center's nutrition program.
We need your help to make
our endeavor successful.
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Come to Kaffeeklatsch every Thursday afternoon 3-5 p.m.
at the Newman Center. All levels of speakers welcome.
Afl members of Tom Lambert's black-white relations group
please come to a brief meeting at 1 p.m. Friday in the Pit. Call
Leigh for more information at 929-5429.
Drinks, dancing and latin musk. Help support the March 27
march on Washington. Fund-raising party will be held Friday
night at Holy Cross Church, 1400 South Alston Ave., Durham.
Everyone is welcome. '
Panel Discussion: "Toxic Waste Disposal in North
Carolina: Where are We Headed?" from 1-2 JO p.m. Friday in
105 Berryhill Medical School. Participants will be from the
office of the Governor, the N.C. Conservation Council and the,
TrTCounty Alliance of Concerned Citizens. The event is
cosponsored by the UNC Department of Family Medicine and
the Occupational and Environmental Health Action Group.
The UNC Women's Rugby Club win meet the Reedy Creek
Rubgy Club from Raleigh for a match at 11:30 a.m., Sat.,
March 20, on the Hinton James Field.
ITEMS OF INTEREST
Dr. Marion Phillips, professor of Medicine at UNC, will
speak Sunday, March 21 in the Carolina Union Auditorium at
worship services for The Black Interdenominational Student
North Campus Inter-Varsity Christian FeBowship will have
a Men's Seminar at 1 pjn. Saturday, March 20, in 204 Union.
M guys are welcome. -
HRC-Psjch Hp for Ca beret in Great Hall Thursday March
25. Dinner will be served and talent will follow. Check with
your hall senator for tickets; the money raised will be used to
put on a fantastic Springfest.
The drawing for the Carolina Disc Club's Ultimate First
Class Dinner for two will be at high noon Friday in the Pit.
Tickets are on sale thru Friday.
Gay Awareness Week is March 22-27. Films, Seminars, and
Workshops on subjects of interest to both gay and non-gay
people. Pick up a program at the Union information desk or
call the Carolina Gay Association at 962-4401 for more infor
mation. All events are open to everyone interested.
Anyone interested in attending the Communications Con
ference at North Carolina A&T State Unviersity contact Karen
Moore, president of Minorities in Mass Media at 933-8111.
The conference will be held March 26 and 27. -
Sig Ep 24-hour Softball tournament begins at 5 p.m. Friday,
March 19 and ends at 5 p.m. Saturday, March 20. An all
campus party with 20 kegs and the band The Executives will be
afterwards. Proceeds go to the Ronald McDonald House in
Durham. "Buy a Flower, Give a Plant A Kidney Transplant'' will be
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday throughout campus and
downtown on Franklin Street. It is sponsored by Plants
Unlimited, Inc. of Durham with the help of Tri-Ddta and
Alpha Upsilon Delta.
Evaluation forms for students who have participated in
Study Programs in foreign countries are available starting this
week in the International Student Center. Your help is needed
Victory Village Day Care Center
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to inform interested students about these programs.
Students interested hi meeting speakers of the Carofina Sym
posium over a meal are urged to sign up on the door of the
Symposium Office in Suite A of the Union.
Undergraduate Honor Court and Attorney General Staff
applications arc now available at the Carolina-Union desk.
Deadline is March 29.
"It's About Women" production company presents Kate
Clinton, feminist and humorist, Saturday, March 20 at 8 p.m.
at 3313 Wade Ave. in Raleigh. For more information, call
AppMcations for summer school Bfeguards at UNC available
outside 1 10 Woolen Gym (indoor pool). Applicants must have
current Advanced Lifesaving and should be registered for sum
Actuarial Examination is May 13 hi Durham. Application
must be received in Chicago by March 20. The fee is $40 for
each of two parts. Applications available in 101 Nash Hal. For
information, drop by 106 Nash Hall or call 962-2343.
Nomination forms for the Robert White Linker Award,
given to a freshman or sophomore with the most outstanding
contribution to residence life based on leadership cririeria, are
available at the RHA office. Union desk and Can- Building
Deadline is Friday.
"The Rainbow hi Black," is a photography competition for
students co-sponsored by African Afro-American studies and
Black Ink. Entry forms are available in 401 Alumni Building or
can 966-5496 for details. Deadline for entries is March 19.
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 wul meet four consecutive weeks beginning 2-3:30 p.m.
Tuesday, March 16 in the Student Health Service. To re
register, caU 966-2281, ext. 275, to arrange for a pre-screcning
Anyone wishing to sponsor a Moodmobfle next year should
contact APO at 962-3996 or 962-1044. This is a good service
project for fraternities, sororities and other campus groups.
Pie-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 win of
fer the required animals science courses July 6-Aug. 11. Come
by Pre-MedPre-Dent Advising Office in 201 -D Steele
Building or 106 Nash Han for additional information. Summer
School is the best time to get these courses.
Anyone interested in International Affairs on the UNC cam
pus? If so, please call Susan Ladd at 933-1736.
Offering a Red Cross Water Safety Instruction Certification
Course Tuesday and Thursday 8-11 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. Can YMCA 942-5156 for
Win a Honda Civic and help fight hemophilia. Raffle tickets
only S3 from Arnold Air Society, Air Force ROTC, 962-7587.
Join Kelvin Bryant and Cadets in support of the Hemophilia
Airborne Veterans please contact Bob Pace at 967-8492.
Pregnancy Supports Services (PSS) exists as a non-profit,
non-political organisation 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,
DAT (Dental Admission Test) applications and "Update"
hand-out for those planning admission to dental schools for
fan '83 are now available in 201-D Steele Building and 101
Nash Han. Test is April 17; application deadline is March 22,
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