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4AThe Daily Tar HeelTuesday, August 28, 1984
mark had provided him and his room
mates with furnitureand a phone hook
up while they waited to move into
Borowic said he was told by Denise
Johnson, the resident manager at
Kensington, that he should be able to
move in early in October. "From the
looks of it it's going to be a little longer
than they say it's going to be," Borowicz
said. "It's fine with me to stay out here.
1 like the set up fine."
To further help students inconven
ienced by their temporary housing.
Benchmark offers a shuttle bus to and
from page l
from the hotels and Hk apartment
complexes where students are currently
According to both Borowic and
Tindol however, the shuttle bus, did not
run as scheduled when they tried to use
Kensington Trace condominiums sell
for $66,500, and are designed for
occupancy by four students with each
individual paying $175 in rent each
month. A unique aspect at Kensington
is that each condo comes fully furnished
with kitchen utensils, furniture, applian
ces and linens.
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IMPORTANT!!! The deadline for applications for.
the September 29 LSAT is August" 30. All applications
must be postmarked by Thursday. Call or stop Nash
Hall for more information.
UNC construction builds
6 p.m. Delta -Sigma Pi will have an
executive meeting in T-l New
Carroll. Call 968-4399.'
6:45 p.m. Delta Sigma Pi will have a
business meeting in T-l New
7:30 p.m. Chimera, the Fantasy and
Science Fiction Club, will have
an organizational meeting in the
8 p.m. The PhoenirwiU have an organ
izational meeting in 205-6
Union. All interested students
are invited to attend.
5 p.m. The Association of Interna
tional Students will meet for the
first time this semester in the
International Center in the
Union. All interested students
7 p.m. The Campus Christian Fellow
ship will meet at the Campus
House for an organizational
meeting. All are welcomed, call
7:30 p.m. The Catholic Campus Ministry
will have a "Welcome Pot
Luck" Dinner in the Newman
Center. Call 942-8471.
, 8 p.m. "Missing Persons" live at the
Union. Tickets available at the
Union Box Office.
10 p.m. The Anglican Student Fellow
ship will have Eucharist at
Chapel of the Cross. Also,
information on the ASF Labor
Day Excursion, September 3rd.
By STEVE FERGUSON
The UNC Board of Governors
recently approved two new construction
projects for University, including a
renovation of Daniels Building which
houses Student Stores, and construc
tion of a Student Athletic Development
Center next to Kenan Field House.
The work on the Daniels Building will
include renovation of the space made
available by University Printing and
Duplicating when it relocated to the
Bennett Building. It will be used for
sales and merchandise displays, receiv
ing areas and student lockers.
The $1.5 million ADC will contain
physical fitness improvement facilities,
testing areas, study and conference
rooms, tvping and .video laboratories
and areas for academic counseling for
athletes. The UNC Athletic Association
will fund the project.
Work should begin on the Daniels
building by February, with a comple
tion date of fall 1986.
Work on the ADC should begin in
August, and it is expected to be
completed by January 1987.
The building projects add to six
major projects already underway at
The largest of those projects is the
$33.8 million Student Activities Center,
which should be ready to host UNC
basketball by the 1985-86 season. The
SAC will also contain athletic offices,
a 50-meter swimming pool, a 7,000 foot
donors room and a 3,000 square foot
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prepared according to Papagayo's own recipes
using the finest ingredients available. Our
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B'nai Brith Hillel Foundation in North Carolina
2 10 West Cameron Avenue Chapel Hill. North Carolina 27514-4090
Beginning in September , . . .7
FALL 1984 HILLEL COURSES
Where? U.N.C. Hillel House, 210 W.Cameron Avenue, Chapel Hill (located
behind Granville Towers)
What and When? The following courses will begin after Labor Day
APOCRYPHA: THE (NEARLY) LOST BOOKS OF ANCIENT JUDAISM
Instructor Dr. David Halperin
This class will be devoted to explaining the Apocrypha, the ancient
Greek translation of the Bible.
Beginning Wednesday, September 5, 7:30 p.m., Hillel Library
JEWISH MEDICAL ETHICS
Instructor. Rabbi Frank Fischer
An overview of the writings of leading Jewish medical and rabbinic
scholars dealing with such questions as "pulling the plug," abortions,
organ transplants, etc.
Beginning Monday, September 10. 7:30 p.m. Hillel Library
CHRISTIANITY THROUGH JEWISH EYES
Instructor Rabbi Frank Fischer
How have modern Jewish thinkers depicted the relationship of
Judaism and Christianity? How do Jews view Jesus?
Beginning Monday, September, 10, 8:30 p.m.
BAR BAT MITZVAH CLASS
For those people who never had the opportunity to have a Bar or Bat
Mitzvah, a year round course teaching hebrew, history, customs
and ceremonies, culminating in a group Bar Bat Mitzvah in the
This will be taught by the Hillel staff.
First meeting: Sunday, September, 9, 7:30 p.m.
Registration: Cost will be free to Hillel members, and $1 0 for the course for
non-members and community.
For more information regarding these classes and other classes which
will begin in October, please contact the Hillel Foundation, 942-4057.
Monday through Friday, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
NOTICE TO STUDENTS WJHO
ATTENBEB SECONB SUMMED
This summer the North Carolina General Assembly
enacted N. C. Gen. Stat. tll6-143.3, which provides
thai members of the armed services abiding in North
Carolina on active duty, and their dependent relatives
who live with them, are eligible to pay the in-state rate
of tuition although they are not residents-for-tuition-purposes.
This military tuition benefit provision
became effective 1 July 1984, and students who
attended the Second Summer Session, 1984, were
eligible to apply for the benefit Because implementing
regulations could not be established and distributed
before the beginning of the Second Summer Session,
any student who believes he or she would have been
eligible for the military tuition benefit for the Second
Summer Session, 1984, may file a written application
for a refund of the out-of-state tuition differential with
his or her admissions office before the deadline, 26
September 1984. This late-filing privilege, under the
rules we are required to follow, does not extend to
any other term. Students may obtain further details
about the military tuition benefit from the admissions
office through which they were last admitted to the