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"There's a lot of freshness about
college students," she says. ;
"This is going to be the student's
home for the next four- years, and
we don't want them to see the church
as just a stop off," she adds. r -
In University Baptist's Watch Care
program, students can become active
members of the church without
giving up their membership at home.
University Baptist seeks to become
"an active part of (the student's)
spiritual journey,' Honeycutt says.
"College is a time when a lot of things
are changing. Perhaps your spiritu
ality is challenged. We would like to
be partners with them, not telling
them how to go, but helping them
"Things are not always so black
and white as they have been por
trayed before," she says.
The Baptist organization in Chapel
Hill which directly serves Baptist
students is the Baptist Campus
Ministry. The Ministry will start the
year with a Welcome to New Stu
dents on Wednesday, August 21 at
5:30 p.m. in the Great Hall of the
A cookout and concert will be held
at the Battle House, on Battle Lane,
a block east of campus, on Sunday,
August 25 from 6 to 8 p.m.
University Presbyterian Church
and Presbyterian Campus
Twenty-five years ago. University
Presbyterian Church burned to the
ground. The Synod of North Carolina-
provided funds to rebuild the
church, and the Presbyterian Cam
pus Ministry was added at that time.
The church and ministry are housed
at 209 Franklin St. and 1 10 Hender
son St., respectively. ' ;
Rev: Phyllis Kort, who serves in
the Campus Ministry, describes it as
a comfortable place where students .
can ask questions and look. for
"Faith gets challenged in a lot of
ways in the University," she says.
Kort spendsmuch of her time
counseling individuals and groups,
"The whole realm of Christian
understaning is used."
Besides addressing the personal
needs of students, the Campus
Ministry has sponsored student
discussions on Central America and
Africa as well as "a hard-nosed
examination of East-West
"1 try to be alert and aware about
what's going on in the world," Kort
Rev. Kort tries to give students a
perspective in their approach to the
Christian life. Often, Kort says, "I
complicate what they deem simple
and simplify what they deem
complicated." " ,
Deidre Teaford, a graduate stu
dent in psychology who has partic
ipated in the ministry since last
August, says "It provides a good basis
for meeting people."
"It's not all study," she says, but
"it has challenged a lot of people's
A free Welcome Dinner is planned
for students at the Student Center
Sunday, August 25 at 6, and a
, Thursday night supper and fellow
ship, from 6 to 8, will be held
throughout the semester. Services at
University Presbyterian Church
begin at 1 1 a.m. Sunday morning.
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cream is a fun food."
Swensen's. at University Square, is
for those who like to sit down and :
have ice cream served to them. Todd
considers ice cream "entertainment,
because it looks good."
Todd says "Any kind of person can
sell ice cream. It's a pleasant business.
The people that come in are a
pleasure to serve."
Sandra, who works behind the
counter at Swensen's. is a senior
English major from Shelby. During
her freshman year at UNC-Chapel
Hill, she says, "1 lived in Hinton
James and 1 had to walk two miles"
for ice cream, explaining that it was
good after exams.
"Anyone could work in an ice
cream shop." Sandra believes.
Scooping ice cream just takes "eye
hand coordination," although she
said Swensen's youngest clientele are
a bit straining on the nerves. "Kids
scream in here." she says, not because
of the ice cream, however "but just
because they're kids."
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