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4BThe Daily Tar Heel Tuesday, August 28. 1984
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B'nai Brith Hflfef Foundation in North Carolina
2 10 West Cameron Avenue Chapel
Wednesday, August 22 Open house at the Hillel House, 210 W. Cameron Ave.
(behind Granville Towers) Come and meet our
members, staff, new faces and enjoy the air
conditioning and munchies!! 1-5 p.m.
Thursday, August 23 Information Day at the Pit next to the Carolina Union,
10-3 p.m. A great chance to find out about Hillel, high
holiday service schedule, etc. Sponsored by the
U.N.C. Chaplain's Association.
Friday, August 24 First Shabbat dinner and service at the Hillel House.
Services are egalitarian and begin at 6:30 p.m.,
followed by dinner at 7:30 p.m. Cost for dinner $3
non-members, $2 members. Chicken or veggie
alternative. Reservations please by Friday noon call
Sunday, August 23 Hillel Barbeque A GREAT TIME!! If II take place at
1 2 noon on the front lawn of the Hillel House
hamburgers, hot dogs, watermelon the works!!
Always a big turn-out, a great chance to meet people
before the rat race begins. Cost $3 non-members, $2
members. No reservations needed.
Any questions?? CaSI RSna at 942-4057.
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North Carolina Graduate Services
to' the Union
receives free record service, something few
college stations can boast. "Our name
opens doors," said Keith Weston, host4of
last From the Past, a show broadcast
every Saturday from 2 to 5 p.m. featuring
music from the years 1966 to 1972.
' Burton, station manager since 1980 and
now a full-time law student as well, and
music director Ken Friedman, host of the
popular Anarchy in the P.M., a hard-core
punk show now in its sixth year on
Thursday nights from 8 to 1 1 p.m., decide
which new albums receive airplay.
Burton also selects disc jockeys.
Whenever jockeys are needed, he reviews
a list of those who have expressed interest,
personally interviewing each. He asks each
prospective jockey a number of standard
questions about music, and if the appli
cant proves worthy in the control room,
he or she will likely first become a
Of the almost 100 disc jockeys and 25
news people at the station, nearly all are .
students. Most of the rest are former'
students soon to be in transit away from
Chapel Hill or to graduate school.
"A lot of undergrads think there are
a bunch of punkers up there, but they're
really a bunch of friendly people," Weston
"I used to just practically live here when
I was in school," said Sheila Ferguson,
a four-year veteran jock who picked up
a journalism major and now works for
the research division for family medicine
at N.C. Memorial Hospital, and who
fantasizes about working for National
Geographic. "It used to be you come up
here on a Friday afternoon and there'd
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be a dozen people sitting around here
Like Burton, who worked for WQDR
for a year, Ferguson has tried commercial
radio. "I've worked at a number of
commercial radio stations and found it
was really boring and horrible," she said.
"I like playing a really wide variety (of
music). Commercial stations are business,
pure and simple."
Weston, a recent UNC graduate who
majored in English and philosophy, has
worked at WKZL in Winston-Salem and
WRBX in Durham, but said, "On com
mercial radio, you have a lot of closed
minded people. All they're interested in
is the bottom line. Request lines are a big,
big rip-off. YouVe got to play what's on
Weston said he was drawn to WXYC
by the ' music and the people, and he
believes few of the jockeys are doing their
jobs to get experience for commercial
radio. "They do it for the music," he said.
Several WXYC jockeys, however, have
gone on to commercial radio. WQDR's
Bob Walton, Maria Mills and Mark
Barger are three that come to mind.
Still, most of the jockeys do it because
they love the music. Becky Sillman plays
her Echo and the Bunnymen; Sheryl
Parker plays her UB40 and Keith Weston
plays his The W.C. Fields' Memorial
String Band the group that did the
original version of "I'm Not Your Step
Somehow it all mixes together in a first
rate university station.
WXYC, making the airwaves safe for
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