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6The Daily Tar HeelMonday, September 13. 1982
inspired the film, will speak and answer questions. Copies of
the story are available at the Union information desk.
There wiB be aa Optometry Recruitment Conference at 3
p.m. Wednesday in the Carolina Union. Representatives from
the four North Carolina contract optometry schools and prac
ticing optometrists will be available. For more information,
come by the Pre-DentPre-Med Advising Office in 201 D Steele
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The University is considering a plan that would require
all students to purchase some form of health insurance.
Under current proposals, students either would not be
able to register without the insurance or would have to
sign a waiver recognizing their responsibility to those ser-,
What do you think of a required student health in
" Steve dark, 18, freshman political science major,
' Asheviile: "You should have some type of insurance and
; it should be of your own choice. It's not that much trou
1 ble to sign a waiver."
lesSe McDonoagh, 20, junior nursing major, Boone:
"I think it's good because a student has to take that
responsibility. I'm glad I have my insurance because it
covers everything. The student's saying, 'Well, at least I
have that option. "
Herbert White, 18, freshman pre-med major, .
Fayetteville: "I think it should be left up to the students.
It's a good idea for each student to sign a waiver so UNC
wouldn't be responsible. That's the first time I've heard of
the waiver plan it's a good idea."
' Wanda Harris, 17, freshman psychology major, Spring
Lake: "I think the waiver plan is a good option. Some
students plight not be able to buy insurance at the time of
registration. And it takes a load off the university. It's not
really fair to say all students must have insurance so it's
a good choice."
Tukihiro Nikaido, 26, graduate student in political
science, Tokyo, Japan: "Actually, I'm a foreign student,
so it's interesting. As far as I can get from the article I've
seen, I have no objections to it. But I don't know much
about insurance in this country. I think it (the waiver plan)
Lew frown, 36, graduate student in business adT
rninistration, Southern Pines: "I think I'd be in favor of
that. Part of. the university experience is preparing
yourself for the world. If the students' parents aren't able
to provide for them, then it's the students' own legitimate
Cindy Sparkman, 18, freshman pre-med major,
Gamer: "Well, I have it (Blue CrossBlue Shield), but I
didn't really feel it was necessary to get any more. It (in
. surance) is there. . .it's offered to you. It all depends on
how responsible you are. If you're 18 or older, you should
be able to make your own judgments."
Christina Gsrigo, 32, graduate student in comparative,
literature, Ponte Nova, Brazil: "I think it's fair. I come
from a country where you have to get insurance, so I'm
to it. The student should be responsible."
Interviews conducted by staff writer Jeff Hiday.
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, TODAY'S ACTIVITIES
The UNC-CH Dungeons and Dragons dub will meet at 7:30
p.m. in the Carolina Union. The topic will be how to design
your first campaign.
Interested in working for one or more of the various campus
pub&catioits? Come to a Campus Media Forum where editors
and other staffers will discuss their roles at 6:30 p.m. in 203
Howell. The meeting is sponsored by the Society of Profes
sional Journalists, SDX.
UNC-CH Circle K Club will visit Lakeview Manor Rest
Home to play bingo. Meet in the Union Lobby no later than
6:40 p.m. This will replace the regular meeting. For more in
formation, call Debbie at 968-8053.
There will be an Order of the BeB Tower meeting at 6:30
p.m. in the Carolina Union. Check the Union Calender for the
The Carolina Disc Club will hold a meeting at 9 p.m. in 206
Carolina Union. We will discuss upcoming events, T-shirts and
disc designs. Be there or be a floppy disc.
Cotoad Stephen Love, M.B.E., British Defense Attache' fat
Argentina, 1980-1982, will speak on the recent Falkland
Maluinas War at 8 p.m. in 569 Hamilton Hall.
Ad those interested in volunteering to work with juvenile
deSsBqnents at the C.A. Dillion School are asked to attend a
orientation meeting at 6 p.m. Monday or Tuesday in tfve .
Carolina Union. Ask at the Union Desk for the room number. r
CHEC (Contraceptive Health Education Clinic), now
meeting every Monday at 4 p.m. in the health education section
of the Student Health Service, is geared to help UNC students
be responsible partners in matters concerning sexuality. CHEC
provides an informative slide presentation and an informal
- discussion on contraception. Individual consultations are
available by appointment. Call 966-2281, extension 275.
The Office of Career Planning and Placement Services will
offer practice interview sessions with a counselor from 10 a.m.
to 12 p.m. and 2-4 p.m. To make an appointment, come by
21 1 Hanes Hall (a resume is necessary to make the appoint-
ment). Sessions involve videotaping and a critique of the prac
A Pre-MedPre-Dent interviewing skills workshop will be
given 5-7 p.m. at Nash Hall. Sign up for the workshop in 201 D
Steele Building before 1 p.m. Monday. ' ,
There will be a Sports Mart in the pit from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Visit with the sports clubs at UNC and find out what the SCC
has to offer.
. The Theta Omicron Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity,
Inc., invites all interested men to its Fall 1982 Formal Smoker,
at 7:30 p.m. in the Ehringhaus Green Room.
The SCA will meet at 7:30 p.m. in room 28, Chapel of the
Cross. We will have a garb making workshop. Bring your own
material. All are welcome.
Interested in backpacking, canoeing, rock climbing, caving,
or other outdoor activities? The Outing Qub will meet at 7
p.m. in the Carolina Union. New members are welcome.
The Stndent Development & Counseling Center moonlights
Mondays beginning Sept. 13. Come by Nash Hall to use the
Career Information Library, pick up national test applications
(GRE, GMAT, etc.) or call 962-2175 to make an appointment
with a counselor. For more information, call 962-2175 or drop
by 101 Nash Hall.
The UNC-CH Men's Volleyball Qub holds practices Mon
days and Wednesdays 7-10 p.m. in Fetzer Gym. Interested per
, sons should attend or leave a message in the box in the Sports
The UNC Sailing Team will practice 3:30-5:30 p.m. at ,
University Lake. For more information call Ann Stokes at 1
The Womea's Lacrosse Club will hold its first practice at 4
p.m. on the Ehringhaus field. Beginners are welcome.
Overeaten Anonymous, a self-help eating disorder group
meets at 7 p.m. Mondays in the Conference Room at Chapel of
the Cross. There are no dues, fees, or weigh-ins.
The Student Consumer Action Union has a place for people
with ideas and initative who wish to improve the quality of "
food, housing, and consumer awareness in Chapd Hill. Come
by our office in Suite B Carolina Union (962-8313), and apply
. by Monday, Sept. 13, for Vice-Chairmanship and executive
, committee positions or to work on one of our program.
Jim Fixx, author of The Complete Book of Running, will
speak in Memorial Hall at 8:00 p.m. Tickets may be purchased
at the Union Desk. The price is $1.50 for UNC. students and
privilege card holders, and $13.00 for the general public. Spon-
sored by the Union Forum Committee.
Alpha Epsiloa Delta, the Pre-MedPre-DentPre-Vet
Honor Society will have a get-acquainted picnic Tuesday at
6:30 p.m. at Battle Park. Pot Luck. All are welcome.
UNC-CH ECOS will have a potluckmeeting Wednesday at
6 p.m. at Wienke Tax's house. A map is posted on the ECOS
office door in Suite A of the Carolina Union.
The Carolina Gay Association will hold a training session
for Outreach volunteers at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday iri the CGA of
fice in Suite D of the Carolina Union. All interested persons are
welcome. Call the CGA office at 962-4401 for more informa
tion. .; ,
Attention off-campus students: Please come to the first
organizational meeting of the O.S.A. (Off-campus Student
Association) to be held Wednesday at 5 p.m. in the Carolina
What's happening in the Black Student Movement? Find out
at the general body meeting Tuesday at 4 p.m. in the Upendo
Lounge. All BSM members and interested persons please at
tend. , .
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preparation for LSAT and
GMAT review sessions.
There is still time to enroll in classes
for the Oct. 2 LSAT.
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UNC Young Deraocrati will be holding an Open Meeting at
8 p.m. Tuesday in the Carolina Union. Come by, share your
ideas, and get involved. We want you.
REAGANOM1CS got yoe down? Help reverse this
disastrous trend. Come to the UNC-YD's open meeting at 8
p.m. in the Carolina Union.
Want to become truly kiternationat? Join the Association of
International Students at 5 p.m. on Tuesday in the Interna
The UNC-CH Biflrooni Dance CJufc will meet Tuesday at 7
p.m. in 302 and 303 Woollen Gym. Afl newcomers and skill
levels are welcome.
American Atheists will present Another Conversation with
Madolyn Murray O'Hair on video tape at 7:30 p.m. on
Wednesday in the Carolina Union. For the room number,
please ask at the Union Desk.
The SNA Aerobic dance dasi will have its first meeting from
4:30 to 5:30 Tuesday in 308 Carrington Hall. All interested '
members of SNA as well as non-members are welcome. There
will be a fifty cent charge for non-members.
The College RepeMcan will hold a meeting at 8 p.m. Tues
day in 226 Carolina Union. All are welcome. -
Tbe North Carolina Statieot LegiUatsre will hold a very im
portant meeting at 7 p.m. Tuesday in 226 Carolina Union. All
members are strongly urged to attend. Newcomers are
The BSM Cultural Committee win meet at 4:30 p.m.
Wednesday in the BSM office. Everyone's support is solicted
to help with Homecoming Activities.
The first regular meeting of Triangle Democratic Socialists
will take place Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. Political Science Professor
Lewis Lirsiu win speak on the History of the American
Sosialist Movement. Check at the Union Desk for the room '
Tbe UNC Sailing Club will hold a meeting Tuesday at 7:30
p.m. in 431 Greenlaw Hall.Topics to be discussed are racing,
work day, and rate increase by OWASA. Be there. Aloha.
There will be a Sports Qub Coancfl meeting for all dubs
Tuesday at 8:30 p.m. in the Carolina Union. AU dub
presidents and treasurers should attend.
TRANSCENDENTAL MEDITATION PROGRAM:
There will be introductory lectures Wednesday at noon and 8
p.m. in the Carolina Union. It is open to all students, faculty,"
staff, and friends. It is sponsored by the Students' Interna
tional Meditation Society. For more information, call
967-7633. Ask at the Union Desk for the room number.
There will be a Public Policy Analysis meeting Tuesday at -4:30
p.m. in 207 Hamilton HaU. V
The Black-White Dialogue Group will hold an informational
meeting Wednesday from 7 to 9 p.m. in 215 Carolina Union
for students interested in working with the 1982-83 Black
White Dialogue. Call Lorraine Satterwhite at 962-6962 for
There wifl be a GPSF Senate Meeting at 5:30 p.m. on Tues
day in the Carolina Union. Ask at the Union Desk for the
room number. '
There will be an Organizational Treasurers Meetieg at 3:30
pjn. Tuesday and Wednesday in the Carolina Union. Any
group which receives funds from Student Government must at
tend this meeting. Come by Suite C for the room number.
The Wesley Foundation, the Methodist Student Center
located at 214 Pittsboro St. welcomes everyone to its fellowship
dinner Wednesday at 6 p.m., followed by a service in the
chapd at 7 p.m.
Simoa Newman, Research Assistant Professor of Im
munology, UNC-CH wffl speak' on Effector Mechanism
Complement, number four in a series of "Fifteen Lectures in
Immunology", at 11 a.m. .Wednesday in 106 BerryniH HaU.
The lecture is open to the public.
TNT! Tonight's New Talent wfll begin Wednesday and run
each Wednesday this fan (except October 27). Sponsored by
WQDR, TNT features some of the newest, funniest, best varie-
ty of talent the Triangle area has to offer, inducting stand-up -comics,
musicians and magicians. Ice cold beer is available. In
terested talent must sign up in advance. For more information,,
caU the Art School, Can Mm Mall, Carrboro at 929-2896.
The UNC Ice Hockey Club's organizational meeting wQl be
held Tuesday at 7 p.m. in the Union. Anyone welcome,
regardless of ability or experience.
Tbe Academy Award-winning abort film "Violet" win be
shown on Thursday, in the Union Auditorium. Doris Beds,
UNC professor of English . and author of the short story which
Noon set for block tix deadline;
Sept. 14, 15 for ticket pick-up
- w UNC students wishing to get block seat
' tickets V for 'the-UNC-Vanderbilt" game
should register their groups between 8:30
a.m. and noon today at the ticket office
in Carmichael Auditorium.
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ITEMS OF INTEREST
The SexeaSty Edacatioa and Counseling Service win accept
applications through Tuesday at 5 p.m. Applications for '
counselors and business personnel are available at tbe Union
Desk and on the SECS office door.
The application deadline for the faO session of the North
Caroiiaa State Governneat Internship Program has been ex
tended to Sept. IS. Information and applications are available
in the Summer Employment and Internship Program in 211
The BROADWAY ON TOUR deadline is Sept. 15 for
former subscribers. Pick up or order your tickets immediatley
to assure the same seats.
Perspective Law Students! Interested in taking the LSAT
this year, but frustrated with mulling your way through Bar
tons alone? There is hope. Attend an LSAT workshop Friday
night and Saturday morning at the Presbyterian Church. The
fee is $30 for both days. It is similar to the Stanly Kaplin, only
Apphcauont to work on the Complaint Line of the Student
Consumer Action Union are now being accepted in Suite B of '
the Carolina Union. Training win be given in consumer, legal
and business practices.
. The Playnuken Repertory Company is recruiting volunteer
ushers for their upcoming production of an original musical
"Life on the Mississippi", based on the Mark Twain novd.
Ushers win be needed for each performance Sept. 23 through
Oct. 3 at the Paul Green Theatre. Those interested should sign
up at the PRC office, 303 Graham Memorial or caU Shaun
Baggot at 962-1122.
GRE (Graduate Record Examinaoon) Oct. 16. Applications
must be postmarked by Sept. 16.' Fees are S27 for General (Ap
titude) Test, and $27 for Subject (Advanced) Test. Late
registration is $10 extra until Sept. 21. Applications are
available in 101 Nash HaD.
The Photographic Arts Society will hold its seventh annual
Juried Photographic Exhibit. The juror is Richard Cretcher,
Director of Education, Ohio Institute of Photography. The
submission dates are Sept. 13-18 at the Camera A Photo
Shoppe on 1107 West Main St. in Durham. Prints must be
framed, behind glass or other protective covering, and be ready
for hanging. There is a maximum of four entrees per person
and an entrance fee of SI0 per person. .
Has the drinking of a relative or friend affected your per
sonal life? Want to meet and talk to others in your situation?
We wiU be forming an on-campus Al-Anon group. CaU
942-0067 for more information.
The Association for Retarded Citizens needs people to be
Citizen Advocates. In this program, volunteers work in a one-to-one
relationship with a handicapped individual as an ad
vocate and a friend. Anyone interested in getting involved this
way, please caU the ARC office at 942-5119. .
Attention Graduate Students: Now is the time to apply for
six-month Graduate Internships in the Nation's Capital. The
Washington Center for Learning Alternatives, a nation-wide
internship organization, has announced an October 22 applica
tion deadline for its February-August, 1983 Graduate Session
in businessgovernment relations.
The Coalition for Battered Women is seeking volunteers to
provide services to victims of domestic violence. A thirty hour
training course win be offered to interested men and women.
The course starts Sept 16 at 7 pjn. Please caU the Durham
YWCA at 688-4396 or the Orange County Women's Center at
968-4646 for further information.
DAT (Distal Admission Test), Oct. 9 Applications must
be received by Sept. 13 with $25 fee in Chicago, 111. Applica
tions available in 101 Nash HaU, 01 Brauer Hall, and 201 -D
Steele BuSding. This is the last test date for 1983 admissions!
Make a Difference on Campus Get involved with Student
Government. Applications are stiH available in Suite C for
The Cancer Inforamtion Service at Duke needs volunteers
who want to serve North Carolinians by answering their ques
tions about cancer. An in-depth training program for
volunteers begins in October. For more information, call the
Cancer Information Service in Durham at 383-8524, or toll free
The complaint Bne of the Student Consumer Action Union
(SCAU) needs volunteers to help resolve complaints between
students and merchants. Come by Suite B of the Carolina
Union for more information.
; Block seat tickets for every football
game this season can be picked up at the
ticket office from 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Tuesdays only. Individual tickets can be
picked up from 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.''
Wednesdays only. .
March of Dimes
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55 Rich cake
53 Filled to
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