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: G, L K.N I M R Public teniae announcements must be turned into the box outside DTH offices in the Carolina Union by 1 pin. if they are to run the next day. Each item will be run at teast twice. , TODAY'S ACTIVITIES la TertaHa. the Spanish ConvervHion Club will meet at 4 p.m. at He's Not Here. Vengan todot y olviden su ingles por una hora. The HSM Foaaeatfe wffl be holding Shabtat dinner and services at 6:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. This week, dinner will be vegetarian. HUkr U located at 210 W. Cameron Ave. Auditions for the AWS Stwteat Coffeehoaae will be held from 7:13 p.m. to 10 p.m. and from 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. Sign up for appointment times now at the Carolina Union Desk. Auditions win be in rooms 207 and 209 in the Union. The Coffeehouse will be held Thursday, Nov. 4 from noon un til 2 p.m. hi the upstairs Union lobby. All types of acts are welcomed. ' . Tfct UNC-CH Smio Ob will hoW hi first practice t 7 p.m. in Gym C Fcuer Gym. For information, can Michelle Davis, 9424382 (on campus, 9664323). The Uafcrgradaa Poitfcal Sdcacc AawdaUaa win con gregate at the Upper Deck from 3 p.m. to 3 p.m. for Happy Hour. AO political science majors are welcome. Tac Beat State Ba?iJ Kact is from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. on on Ehringhau Field. Come dressed as your favorite fanner or barnyard animal. Free beer, cola, five music and food. AD pro ceeds go to Campos Chest Charities. The Mb Zeta Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha f ratereiry, Inc. is sponsoring a Fall 1982 Fashion Show at 8 p.m. in the Great Hall. Immediately following the show will be a disco. Proceeds will go to the United Negro College Fund, the National Urban League, and the NAACP. Chapd HiU win celebrate World Food Day from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at Chapel of the Cross. Everyone interested in World hunger is invited. The Office of Career Planning and Placement Services of fers practice interview sessions with a counselor from 10 a.m. -noon and from 2 p.m. - 4 p.m. To make appointments, come by 21 1 Hanes Hall (a resume is necessary to make the appoint ment). Sessions involve videotaping and critique of a practice interview. For more information, call 962-6507. All members of Tom Lambeth's BlackWhite Group are meeting for lunch at 1 p.m. at the Pine Room. Come and bring friends. Finally. Something better to talk about than SEX. U.G.P-SA., the Undergraduate Political Science Association. Get to know us. U.G.P.S.A. win meet from 3-3 p.m. at The Upper Deck on Franklin Street for Happy Hour. For more in formation, call 967-4992." COMING EVENTS It's Aboat Women will present Nancy Vogl and Suzanne Shanbaum blending their skills as singers, song-writers, and in strumentalists at 8 p.m. Saturday in the Community Church, Purefoy Road, Chapd Hill. Join us at the Wesley Foaadatkm, the Methodist Student Center, at 10:30 a.m. Saturday for a UNC vs. NCSU pregame brunch. . In Concert: Alex Mebane, who recently cnieitained and in spired us during Billy Graham's lecture series, will be the guest singer, speaker and piano player for Greek Christian Fellowship at 7 p.m. Sunday in thr Alpha Chi J mega house. Everyone is welcome. " There will be a Togolese meal at 3 p.m. Sunday at the BSU followed by a program at 5:45 p.m. by the 0 ntz family who spent a year in Togo, West Africa. Call 94.' 4266 for dinner reservations.' , The Ladies of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. will be par tying Saturday in the Great Hall. Admission is 75 for those wearing T-shirts or sweatshirts with any type logo on them and SI for all others. Come out and party after UNC defeats State. Senior Class marshals wiU have a very important meeting at 9 p.m. on Sunday in 223 Carolina Union. St. John's MCC offers Christian Fellowship to lesbian and gay Christians and friends at 3 p.m. Sunday in Raleigh. Rides are usually available from Chapd HiU. Call 929-8843 after 6 p.m. or 834-2611 for details. The Conference Series on Transcendental Meditation will feature "Defense, Knowledge of Natural Law to Bring Invin cibility to Every Nation" at 3:30 p.m. on Sunday at the Chapel Hill Center for the TM program, 800 PoweU St. The Reach Setf-Hdp Family Support Group sponsored by the Mental Health Association will meet at 7:30 p.m. Monday in the Children's Conference Room of the Orange-Person-Chatham Mental Health Center, 333 McMasters St., Chapel Hill. Next month's meetings win be Nov. 1 and Nov. 15. Overeaten Anonymotis, an eating disorders self-help group meets every Monday at 7 p.m. in the Conference Room of the Chapel of the Cross. No dues, fees or weigh-ins. The UNC-CH Riding Club win hold a meeting at 9 p.m. Monday. We will finalize plans for Hollins and take entries for VPI. Please bring dues and entries. Fundraising will also be discussed. There will be a Stood mobile Monday and Tuesday from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. in the Great Hall. To make appointments for Monday, call 968-8057, and for Tuesday, 967-2646. The blood- mobile is sponsored by Pi Beta Phi, Delta Tau Delta, and - Sigma Sigma Sigma. " ! ' "3 nu 1 rafiy Domino's Pizza 3livrs. TM 0 , a a! 9 lis There will be a short but very important meeting of the entire State and National Affairs Committee of Student Government . at 4: 1 5 p.m. Monday in the Carolina Union. Ask at the Union Desk for the room number. - The UNC Gymnastics Club wiU have an organizational meeting at 7 p.m. Monday in Fetzer Gym. "The Nkaragaaa Revolution Today" public slide show and talk will be at 7 p.m. Monday in the Durham Public Library downtown. There will be a Carolina Union Fonim Committee meeting at 5:45 p.m. Monday in the Carolina Union. The UNC-CH Chrie K wfll meet at 7:30 p.m. on Monday in the Carolina Union. This is a very important meeting. If dues have not been paid, please bring them. Also bring aluminum cans for collection. The UNC Dungeons and Dragons dab wQI be meeting at 7:30 pjn. Monday in the Carolina Union. Club tournament sign-ups win be available. Program will be "Friends in the City and Your Characters Survived." " ., Y . The Outing dub will hold a pothick dinner at 6:30 p.m. Monday in the Carolina Union. It will be followed by the regular meeting. - . The Carolina Gay Association will hold a program meeting at 7:30 p.m. Monday in the Carolina Union. There will be a workshop on "Role Playing and Group Discussion Skills." All interested persons are welcome. For more information, call the CGA office at 962-4401: The UNC-CH Men's VoBeybaB Dub practices from 7 pjn. -10 p.m. Monday and Wednesday nights in Fetzer Gym. For more information, cafl Brian English at 966-4516. CHEC (Contraceptive Hcahb Education CSaic), now meeting every Monday at 4 pjn. in the health education section of the Student Health Service, is geared to help UNC Students to be responsible partners in matters concerning sexuality. CHEC provides an informative slide presentation and an infor mal discussion on contraception. Individual consultations are available by appointment. Call 966-2281, extension 275. . ' - ITEMS OF INTEREST , Are yoa tired of the absence of coverage of women's aports? - WeU your chance to do something about it is to write for She Friday, October 15, 1932The Daily Tar Hee!5 magazine.' If interested, please contact Bonnie Burns, at ..V VY'. . 942-8873. Writers are needed immediately. . s I' '','' '' --v'"-''r!'''':YvV-"V' ' Student Government is now atxerxing ippfkaiions for three Y . Y v positions on the Eaaatoyamt Service Comawtlee, which runs -the Student . Pan-Tune Employment Service. Interested students should interview with Paul Parker in Suite C of the Carolina Union between 2 p.m. and 3 p.m. Thursday and bet ween 2 p.m. and 3 p.m. Monday, Oct. 18. For more informa tion, call 962-5201. - Wert yoa In the Peace Corps? Have you ever observed nutri tional practices in developing nations? If so, the Hunger Ac- . tion Committee of the Campus Y would like to utilize your ex pertise for ks upcoming Fast for World Harvest. Please contact ' William Browning at 933-3342 to discover bow you can help. Apefiea&ms far Mis BSM are mam avaBable in the BSM of fice. Suite A of the Carolina Union. Deadline for applications is Oct. 17. Applicants must be members of the BSM, have at least a IS) QPA and be at least a sophomore at UNC. Call 933-5329 for mor information. AHPAT (Afifcd Hcahh Profrnlnli AdtafcrioaTcst), Nov. 13. Applications must be received in New York City by Friday with a SI 5 fee. Applications are available in 201 D Steele Building and 101 Nash Han. NTE (National Teacher Exa 'naHaa). Core Battery, Nov. 13: Applications must be received by Oct. 1 1 in Princeton, N J. Fees are $20 for one test, S32J0 for two tests, and $45 for all three tests. Late registration lasts until Oct. 18 and costs $12 ex tra. This is the new version of the NTE. Please note: Core Bat tery and Specialty Area Tests are now administered on dif-. ferent dates. Applications are available in 101 Nash Hall. For more information on certification, can the School of Educa tion at 966-1346. .The New Wei is the campus Wellness Resource Center, and its purpose is to promote health in the University population. It will be staffed Moo. through FrL by trained peer educators. Our hours this fan are: 10-3 Mon.. 10-1:30 Tues, 10-4 WL, 10-4:30 Thurs., 10-1 Fri. The New Wefl offers drop-in peer consultations and welcomes all to visit our browsing library and lounge. The New WeD phone number is 942-WELL(9355). ; Catt Jo Ann Collins at 966-2281 (extension 275) for more information. rnOVI0j Frx)m page 1 "The Producer of Animal ' House considered using the UNC campus for some of its filming but people were worried about whether or not it would present an appropriate image of the town, he said. -- : . Some discretion r has to be used when deciding how a film will reflect on a communi ty, v "In most cases, , the location and the University would not be recognizable and thus the image would not be associated with Chapd HiUTe said. ' YYYf yyy ,; , :; ; YKindenT said though movie companies do not usually hire non-union people, films in the past created employment for some students. "One of our students started out helping coordinate the actors in Brainstorm and in the middle of shooting, the coordinator vvas fired. . Hie student stepped in and filled in the vacan cy' Kindem said. , rSTUflPCATWMO LIVES NEXT POOR. 9-H IN W PAW.,. 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STUDENTS AT THE UNIVERSITY AT CHREiHILL In The Revised Nortri Carolina State Plan for the Further Elimination of Racial Duality in ths public Ppst-Sscondary Education Systems,. the following language appears (at Page 152) relating to "Student Organizations":. ;v "It is the policy of The University that ail 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 tha 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 I - discrimination by such organizations are found to be correct." . Vs -J ; ' ' ' : v'; '--'. " 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 331 (b): . , ; " f . . (I) in providing any aid, benefit, or service to a student, a recipient institution of higher Isarnlhg) shall not, on the.basis of sex:'.-;' .(7) Aidor perpetuate discrimination against any person, by pfovldlngslgniflcant as; " sistance to any agency, organization, or person which discriminates on the basis of sex in providing any aid," benefit or service to students or employees;" ' '"0; :- . As of 8 October 1S32 the student organizations listed below have been officially recognized by the. University Admin- '', istration for the year ending 15 September 1SS3. Recognition is not granted unless the organization files with the Vice . Chancellor for Student Affairs a statement of its norkliscriminatory policy. Any currently enrolled student may examine , the statement of non-discriminatory policy of any recognized student organization by applying at tha' Office of the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs ' , : v;':-v Y ' ; Any currently enrolled student who applied for membership in any recognized student organization, was danied mem bership, 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. .' ' - ' 1 '.. NAMES OF RECOGNIZED STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS . I. OFFICIALLY RECOGNIZED ,' STUDENT GOVERNMENT ORGANIZATION UNC-CH Student Government ' - ' II. OFFICIALLY RECOGNIZED SEMI-INDEPENDENT ORGANIZATIONS Anglican Student Fellowship -- -: Episcopal Campus Ministry Association for Women Students Baptist Student Union Black Business Students' Association . Black Interdenominational Student Association . , .. . B'nal Brith Hillel Foundation . - , ', ,' Campus Christian Fellowship Campus Crusade for Christ Campus Pagan Fellowship of the Antichrist and Other Holy Gods Carolina Al-Anon Group Carolina Athletic Association Carolina Concern , Carolina Disc Club . Carolina Gay Association, C Carolina Godiva Track Carolina Indian Circle : Carolina Tibetan Buddhist Society Catholic Campus Ministry C.H.A.N.G.E. UNC-CH (Chapel Hill Anti- .Nuclear Group Effort) - ; , Chapel Hill International Soccer Club ' ' Christian Legal Society ' ' : ; . : Christian Science Organization at UNCCH .' , . . The Clef Hangers ' . ' . ; '' .- . - Fine Arts Festival - . First Collegiate Bassmasters of UNC-CH Graduate & Professional Student Federation . ' . - .; . . Graduate Student Action Body Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship ;:; Internationalist Books 1 '' : Latter Day Saints Student Association : Lutheran Campus Ministry ' Maranatha Student Fellowship ' - - ': National Abortion Rights Action League - The Navigators - . ; . NCMH University Student Volunteer Program Need for Equal Education for Disabled - . ' . Students (NEEDS) North Carolina Student Rural Health Coalition . Odum Village Board of Aldermen Okinawan Shorin Ryu Club ; . . Organization for Women in Business -Orientation Commission " . - - ; -v Playmakers Student Association v . ' ' RAPE and Assault Prevention Escort - Residence Hall Association of UNC-CH . Sexuality Education and Counseling Services Student Consumer Action Union . - Student International Meditation Society The Toronto Exchange ., ' : UNC-CH American Atheists "'-. ' UNC-CH Bahai Club . J :--.: ' , ! UNC-CH Ballroom Dance Club . UNC-CH Campu3 Y UNC-CH Christian Dental Society : - ; ; UNC-CH College Republicans : : UNC-CH Crew Club - ' - UNC-CH Cycling Club UNC-CH DSA Youth Section UNC-CH Dungeons & Dragons Club UNC-CH ECKANKAR . . . . ;' UNC-CH ECOS UNC-CH Fantasy and Science Fiction Club UNC-CH Football Club " UNOCH Ice Hockey Club ' ' UNC-CH Karate Club UNC-CH Korean Student Society . UNC-CH Lacrosse Club UNC-CH Media Board UNC-CH Men's Soccer Club . . ' UNC-CH Outing Club UNC-CH Parachute Club : UNC-CH Racquetball Club UNC-CH Riding Club - UNC-CH Rugby Club UNC-CH Sailing Club UNC-CH Scuba Club ' ' UNC-CH Sports Club Council . - UNC-CH Taekwondo-Zen Club UNC-CH Water Ski Club UNC-CH Women's Lacrosse Club -. UNC-CH Women's Rugby ' UNC-CH Women's Soccer . UNC-CH Women's Volleyball Club ' UNC-CH Young Democrat a Club . . Ws!evan Foundation HI. OFFICIALLY RECOGNIZED SOCIAL ' SORORITIES AND RELATED ORGANIZATIONS . Alpha Chi Omega . ..'. . . Alpha Kappa Alpha ' ; '.'r "'.." Chi Omega Delta Delta Delta . - . ' Delta Sigrr Theta ' . " Kappa Delta Kappa Kappa Gamma v. Panhellenlc Council Pi Beta Phi , . Zeta Phi Beta . s Zeta Tau Alpha IV. OFFICIALLY RECCGNIZZD 0CIAL -FRATERNITIES AND RHATED ORGANIZATIONS ' Alpha Phi Alpha v - - : . Chi Psl Delta Tau Delta :-... - - Interfratemity Council . . :' Kappa Alpha . .:'. " " ' " . Kappa Alpha Psl Lambda Chi Alpha Omega Psl Phi : R Kappa Alpha - PI Kappa Phi ..':.'::..: Phi Delta Theta Fraternity .. Sigma Chi f . : Sigma Nu ' ' . .'. .,- Sigma Phi Epsllon : .. " '.. . -. ; f: Zeta Beta Tau" :.. - V. OFFICIALLY RZSCZrAZZO HCNOrARY, , -SCHOLASTIC F.rCCCtM!TiC?i A.4D SERVICE SOCIETIES - . Alpha Chi Sigma , Alpha Epsllon Delta ; ; '.".. - Alpha Phi Omega v ' ' i ' Chi Omega .. ,. 1 .. Delta Phi Alpha ' . Delta Sigma PI ' Order of the Bell Tower v , ' Order of the Gmgko ' ' ' ' . , Order of the Goldea Fleece - Order of the Golden Torch - , r Order of the Grail Valkyrias v ' Order of the Old Well Order of the Silver Key . Phi Beta Kappa Phi Lambda Sigma , Y : Pi Delta Phi Sigma Tau Chi (STYX) . , v Society of Hellenes ' - ,.;. . - -Society of Janus . ' UNC-CH Clrcle-K Oub VL OFFICIALLY RLCCSNIZCD SPJCt?iT ORGANIZATIONS WHICH OPEfiATE ORPUSLISH - , . Carolina Free Press Carolina Quarterly - ' , . . Cellar Door ' WXYC-FM ' - '' - VII. OFFICIALLY RECOGff J2!!D CRQANS2ATI0NS WHICH ARE F.rUTCD TO v.'Yv'.- -;' ' ACADEMIC CtPARTOrNTSY : . , Alpha Chi Sigma ,. . ' American Medieal'Studerrt Atsoclation - '-'.:' Association of Business Students Black American Law Students' Association ' : . Bachelor of Public Health Nutrition Club .- Carolina Computer Science Association - : C.I.O. Club Of UNC-CH ? . ' : V Y Carolina Forensics Union ; .' : DeltaSigmaPi .,' .'.y'Y- ": '- -Y'Y ' , -' Folklore Society of UN(CH ' : '" The Industrial Relations Association of UNC-CH Issues In Medicine - ; . , - - Kappa Epsllon- ' ' MBA Student Association Nihongo O Hanasu Kai (Japanese Discussion Group) North Carolina Journal of International Law and Commercial Regulation . , .- North Carolina Law Rwriew Association , - Pre-Professfonal ' Health Society , - - 1 . Semper Fldelis Society ' ' V. Sigma Alpha lota Society of Professional Journalists (Sigma Delta Chi) Sociology of Graduate and Profassional Student Association Student Bar Association Student Nalional Pharmaceutical Association of UNC-CH Student Nurses Association - ; ' UNC-CH (Student Branch of) American Pfisimaceutical Association UNC-CH Association for CompuJin Machinery ; UNC-CH Modal United Nations Cub UNC-CH North Carolina Pharmaceutical Association (Student Branch) ' UNC-CH Student Occupational Tfiarapy Association UNC-CH Women In Law Undergraduate Geography Association ' ; ' ., . , Undergraduate Political Science Association : Whitehead Medical Society ' ' v , '