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6BThe Daily Tar HeelMonday, August 23, 1982
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By DANE HUFFMAN
Many students probably will have little
direct contact with the UNC president or
the provost. However, students never
know when they may need to personally
contact some University official or stu
Therefore, the following is a list of
some of the student and administrative
offices and the people who hold them:
partment of University housing, which is
in charge of the residence halls on cam
pus. The search for a permanent housing
director will be resumed this spring.
Christopher C. Fordham in, UNC
chancellor Appointed in January 1980,
Fordham supervises the administration of
the University of North Carolina at
Chapel Hill. His office is in South
Donald A. Boullon, vice-chancellor
for student affairs Boulton oversees
the Student Health Service, the University
Counseling Service, the Carolina Union,
the Campus Y, the Department of Stu
dent Life and the International Center.
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WUliam C. Friday, UNC system pre
sident Friday directs the 16-campus
UNC system. Appointed in 1964, Friday
has his offices in the General Administra
tion building in Chapel Hill.
John Drescher, The Daily Tar Heel
editor Drescher, a senior journalism
and history major from Raleigh, directs
the editorW content of thep7H and is in
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Jody Harpster, acting director of hous
ing Harpster became acting housing
director July 1, 1982. He oversees the de-
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Donald C. Jicha, General CoUege
associate dean Jicha is in charge of the
scheduling and registration of freshmen
Perry Morrison, Carolina Athletic
Association president Morrison super
vises ticket distribution and Homecoming.
The Wilson junior also serves as the stu
dents' representative for athletics at the
Hayden B. Renwick, associate dean of
the College of Arts and Sciences Ren
wick counsels minority students at the
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Bill Kimba!, student attorney general
Kimball, a senior from Statesville, in
vestigates charges of Honor Code viola
tions. He heads the attorney general's
staff and oversees the Undergraduate
J. Charles Morrow, provost Mor
row, appointed in 1968, supervises the
administration of Academic Affairs,
General College, the College of Arts and
Sciences, the University Library, the Ack
land Art Museum, the Institute of Gov
ernment, the Administrative Data Proces
sing Center, six professional schools and
the research centers and institutes.
John Swofford, athletic director
Swofford, appointed May 1980, oversees
the administration of the varsity sports
program at the University.
Deanor Morris, student aid director
Appointed in August 1980, Morris super
vises the Student Aid office which awards
and distributes financial aid funds.
Wayne Plummer, Carolina Union pre
sident Plummer, a senior from Stokes
dale, serves as the spokesperson for the
Union, and is chairman of the Union Ac
tivities Board and the Board of Directors.
Scott- Templeton, Residence Hall Ad
ministration president Templeton, a
senior from Boone, heads the RHA
Board and serves as spokesperson for on
campus students. ;
The Bottom Line takes a lighter look at the
news. Look for it every Tuesday and Thursday
on the editorial page of The Daily Tar Heel.
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Mike Vandenbergh, student, body
president Vandenbergh directs the ex
ecutive branch of student government.
His office is in Suite C of the Carolina
Union. The Raleigh senior also serves as a
member of the Board of Trustees, the
General Alumni Board of Directors and
the Carolina Union Board.
Bobby Vogler, speaker of the Campus
Governing Council - Vogler, a junior
from Raleigh, presides over the legislative
body of Student Government.
Wende Watson, Black Student Move
ment president Watson heads the Cen
tral Committee of the BSM. She is a
senior Afro-American Studies major
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Samuel WC.'iamson, dean of the Col
lege of Arts and Sciences and the General
College Williamson oversees the ad
ministration of both colleges.
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