Skip to Content
North Carolina Newspapers

The daily Tar Heel. (Chapel Hill, N.C.) 1946-current, August 23, 1982, Page 22, Image 22

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

6BThe Daily Tar HeelMonday, August 23, 1982 ( 'ti tn ' (O T at Vt n ttTvll" V (l By DANE HUFFMAN Staff Wriler 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 dent leader. 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. 6 J LA V A St A ' ' 1 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 Building. X-.-.' i z 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. It it 1l a jyfT" k -' - ' L - - --- i rn.mi.r. iinrnmilKrinin 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 charge of s daily operatic k f, i GIVE TO THE AMERICAN CMK12 soctnr. ;-:y . fVtx Jody Harpster, acting director of hous ing Harpster became acting housing director July 1, 1982. He oversees the de- A cStoioc off four tip G is lolmcuggogg; J If you want a real pen, you want NoNonsense . It has simple lines. It's rug ged and refillable. You can choose from ..four. writing systems: rolling ball pen, ballpoint, fountain pen or marker. So sen sible it could last your lifetime! 8 cheerful colors to choose from! -a m : : 13 h ii.ii : 4 ss.-ysssw.--':?. f ,. , " ,A i ' .. '. ' i US' X 1 : 1 Donald C. Jicha, General CoUege associate dean Jicha is in charge of the scheduling and registration of freshmen and sophomores. 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 University. Hayden B. Renwick, associate dean of the College of Arts and Sciences Ren wick counsels minority students at the University. &"i,7 ""Wo'-"" ?;.::::::;.- ::: x:x:-:-:--;-::?:-:-:-:-: ... . .. ,' f - r M ' Hi I , mmxmm,? V S f ; - ili i i J i. , i- 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 Honor Court. 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. K - ft ' ! t W s 1 iii I ft I i 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. . U . . fit . "rl X 1 V H the Imported Dcjrs, Fiv.h Pcpccm and the b'Tt Ji;c; Box m O: TJi xllJ - above ii. X V A , r i V 4$- W K 'v I 4 , V 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. I Wende Watson, Black Student Move ment president Watson heads the Cen tral Committee of the BSM. She is a senior Afro-American Studies major from Durham. A ( i I i i i r- " rs ir fit i. ..4 fc4 fc 'i : H -t ; ! ; ;l : I if !,. C- '-, IT'S .f f. J - . .. 0 Samuel WC.'iamson, dean of the Col lege of Arts and Sciences and the General College Williamson oversees the ad ministration of both colleges. . 1 1 1 ; i : ) : i nmir 7 JOTTER . . .a Parker ball pen built to last! .Ordinary ballpoints are expendable ' but not the Parker Jotter ball pen. It's precisely engineered. : Tough;cbrrosror-res!Stant stainless steel is'used in the most critical areas. Large Parker refill promises long writing. 1 r ... '- v a t , - 9 jf- c 1 -u,-. Ti X t r-iC.L K - - i- 0 . , . f-.' 1 , I horuxi r i'3WvVaV0 ; 'oy f.ngs. -1.53 I i p. r-J j THERE'S MORE T YOUR STUdENT STORES 4 ii u U u kdt fcrf fcj M M

North Carolina Newspapers is powered by Chronam.

Digital North Carolina