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to make it as a student are the same. .
things that everyone else feels," he;
says, but more so.
But in spite of everyone's desire to
do well, "We grow through failure,"
Stanford says, explaining that even
failure can play a crucial role in one's .
Besides his work with the campus
ministry, Stanford is president of the
Habitat of Orange County. The
Habitat is presently working on plans -to
build houses on 77 acres west of
Stanford describes his purpose at
Chapel of the Cross as "helping
people find their identity and their
vocation. A lot of what 1 see myself
doing is enabling people to see what
their gifts are and to see their calling."
Of the campus ministry program,
Stanford says. "We do a lot of
offering to folks and then we let them
choose what fits for them." .
Programs at Chapel of the Cross
include Bach's Lunch, a series of free
noonday concerts, confirmation
classes and Adopt a Student, in
which students are matched with
The Anglican Student Fellowship
is the student group at the church.
On August 21 at 10 p.m., the ASF
will hold its first Eucharist. On
August 25, a cookout will follow the
5; 15 Eucharist; A fall retreat is
planned for August 30-September 1.
Regular ASF programs include a
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The Old Chapel of Holy Cross Episcopal Church
American Heart Association
FALL COURSES 1985
WOMEN'S STUDIES COURSES
WMST190 Supervised Internship TBA
WMST 199 Independent Study TBA
CROSS LISTED COURSES
SOCI24 Sex & Gender in Society . 9-9:50 MWF
(WMST 24) .
PHIL 46 Philosophical Issues in 2-4:30 W
(WMST 46) Feminism
(Fulfills Philosophical Perspective)
HIST 66 Women in Europe Before 1750 9:30-10:45
(WMST 66) TTH
(Fulfills A&S Historical Perspective)
MHCH 103 Reproductive Physiology - 1-2:50 M
AMST60 Women in Victorian America 1 1-12:15 TTH
POLI 95 Women in Politics 1 1-12:15 TTH
Allied Courses with a Partial Focus on Women andor Gender
Family & Society
' Renz ,
Psychology & Religion
Nature and Etiology of
nation (concerns the -discrimination
of racial groups '
All cours? registration will be in the gym through- each home department
offering the course except registration WMST 190 and 199 which will be at
207F Caldwell Hall.
Saturday morning breakfast. Bible
studies and fellowship activities.
University United Methodist
Church and the Wesleyan
.. Perhaps the most imposing steeple
in Chapel Hill is that one which rises'
above University United Methodist
Church, at 150 E. Franklin Street.
University Methodist and the
Wesley Foundation, the Methodist
student center, complement each
other with a variety of programs
throughout the school year. - J-
Two Sunday services are held at
the church, at 9 and 1 1 a.m. Sunday
school, including a class for college
students, is at 9:45. There are also
churchwide music programs and
Denise Conner,, director of Chris
tian education at University Meth
odist, says, "A lot of students are
members of our choir; we have
students in the handbell choir and
teaching Sunday school classes. They
find their own places to serve."
Student fellowships meet each
Sunday evening at 7. The church is
also open for study during mid-terms
and final exams. "
The Wesley Foundation, a block
west of campus at 214 Pittsboro
Street, is the -largest of the many
foundations at schools around North
Deneen Terrell, in her fourth year
of UNC-Chapel Hill's five year
pharmacy program, is a resident at
the foundation. She says the foun
dation "is a place you can come and
Tar HeelJonathan Serenius
University United Methodist Church
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