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The Daily Tar HeelWednesday, August 22, 19843A
reshmen told to set goals
and accept responsibility
By GEORGIA MARTIN,
Goals. Spirit. Involvement.
These were the topics of Monday
night's freshmen convocation in
Orientation Commission chairman
Chuck Zeugner welcomed the 1984-85
freshmen class urging them to set goals
early for themselves and work toward
"Happiness at any university can only
be achieved by pushing . past your
limits," he said. "Don't be afraid to
Donald Boulton, vice chancellor and
dean of student, affairs, .emphasized
Carolina spirit. "It's the uniqueness of
Carolina and its people," he said.
"As you make your choices, take it
one sten at a time." he said "Ask for
help and reach out and get that help."
"Assume responsibility," stressed
Donald Jicha, dean of the General
College. "Attend class. Get involved
with University activities. Don't go
home every weekend."
People are what make Carolina so
special, said Student Body President
Paul Parker. "You're a part of Carol
ina," he told the freshmen. "College is
the place to be the person you want
to be, do the things you want to do."
A slide show, to the tune of "Car olina
in My Mind", followed the speeches.
Freshman spirit exploded following
the show as each residence area group
cheered and chanted. Cheers were led
by the Carolina cheerleaders.
Amid the screaming, Boulton
remarked "If only we could ball up the
spirit here tonight and spread it through
the year when we need it."
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Vice Chancellor Donald Boulton speaks at Freshmen Convocation Monday night.
Some freshmen pick off-campus living
By LISA SWICEGOOD
Over the summer, freshmen eagerly
wait to receive their dormitory and
roommate assignments. Getting a first
' choice of dormitories and getting along
with a roommate are normal worries.
But for those few freshmen who
decide to live off-campus, these are not
a part of the freshmen jitters.
For the third year, freshmen are being
allowed to live ofkcampus. Only 75
freshmen chose to live off-campus in
1982 while 100 freshmen lived off
campus last year. The number of
freshmen living off-campus this year is
expected to be small although the exact -
number will not be known until the
actual registration numbers are com
pared to the University Housing place
ments, said Collin Rustin, assistant
director of University Housing con
tracts and placements.
The increasing University housing
problem did play a part in the decision
to let freshmen live off-campus, but
Rustin adds: "I honestly feel students
should have the choice to decide where
to live. This University has always been
one of freedom of choice."
"Freshman off-campus housing has
helped to relieve the tension of the
University housing but we still guaran
tee freshmen University housing," he
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Granville South, Bus Stop . Brauer
Granville East Coker Student Health
Granville West Stadium Dr. Morrison
Fowlers . Teague Craige
Carr Mall Winston Hinton James
Coffee Shop Davie Ehringhaus
Planetarium YMCA Law
Raleigh St. Cameron Ave. General Administration
Lenoir Dr. Carrington Howell Hall
DTH Office Berryhill Odum Village
Student Union Rosenau
The Yoga PMce
452 W. Franklin St.
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9 adult classes 2 children's classes
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And the Carolina Union
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Vicdnosday, August 29
Tickets available at the Carolina Union Cox OMco
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The. Orientation Commission has
helped to lessen the problem by orien
tation counselors to these off-campus
"OCs met with the off-campus
freshmen Sunday and will be taking
them around to the different area
events, said Suguna Kothapalli, fresh
men academic and social coordinator.
"These freshmen have been scattered
out among the various residence col
leges and will be attending their
academic and social events."
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