The daily Tar Heel. (Chapel Hill, N.C.) 1946-current, July 17, 1986, Page 6, Image 6
6The Tar Heel Thursday, July 17, 1986 ipS Kitchen Alcohol from page 1 directly sponsored by the Student Government or the Graduate and Professional Students' Federation at which the alcohol provided is done so under guidelines adopted by the Student Government or the Gradu ate and Professional Students' Fed eration. The event must be approved in writing by the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs. f COUPON 1 .00 Off Any Lunch ov Dinner Daily Special Not Included GOOD THRU 72386 405 Rosemary St. Chapel Hill 942-5837 Put your stereo in an oak or walnut wood veneer rack or lowboy cabinet at 50 OFRwhi esu PPjy.losts johnfloence & CO. SALES AND SERVICE OF COMPONENT AUDIO EQUIPMENT 1502 Smith Level Road 2 mi. south of The Villages 967-1 063 "1 BAUSCH&LGMB r I SUN GLASSES Great Selection 0 F F University Opticians University Square Downtown Chapel Hill ' 10-6, M-F 942-8711 10-2, Sat. 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Franklin St. By Pizza Hut on the way to He's riot Here Summer Special Buy one yogurt of any size & receive the second one for -' ..12 Off-"' Second serving must be of equal or smaller size Expires: Oct. 31st, 1986 Monday-Thursday 11-11 Friday-Saturday 11-12 Sunday 12 pm-10 Please present coupon when ordering Not valid with any other offer At events in the Carolina Union when the alcohol provided is done so under guidelines adopted by the Carolina Union Board. The event must be approved in writing by the Director of the Carolina Union. In private residence hall rooms by residents of sufficient age and their guests of sufficient age. In TV lounges or other residence hall spaces designated by the Director of Housing for residents of sufficient age and their guests of sufficient age. Open containers of any kind of alcoholic beverage are not permitted in other public areas of residence halls. Can students realistically expect residence hall social events to be approved due to the proportionately small number of legal drinkers who will live in those buildings? Kuncl said, "In order to get a feel for how to make that decision, it would have to be dealt with a few times. "We as administrators have to . make sure that the activity in ques tion is in line with RHA guidelines. We also have to, as we've done in the past, make sure that the accoun tability for the function is defined so there are no uncertainties about who has the responsibility for whatever might happen. "Hopefully, the added attention to liability that this policy will bring will help control the events. People will be more willing to police their own parties instead of leaving it up to University representatives like resi dent assistants (RAs).M Section VII communicates the administration's feelings about the policy. It reads: "In relation to alcohol, as in other matters, all members of the University community are expected to act as adults, to obey the law, to obey University policy, and take personal responsibility for their conduct. Individuals of whatever age who violate this Policy or who threaten disorder, public distur bance, danger to themselves and others, or damage to property will be subject to disciplinary action. The policy ends by stating that additional guidelines may be put into action by the University as they are needed to encourage the responsible use of alcohol in the University community, and to comply with applicable laws and ordinances. Sept. from page 1 Rascal's, a private club that fea tures dancing and a full bar, seems to be the only Chapel Hill bar planning to make major changes before September. The club caters primarily to students and will be offering diverse entertainment to draw crowds, said manager Jeff Pierce. "After September 1, we have to have something to offer people who don't drink; well have under 21 nights every Friday, Saturday and Thursday night, with special promo tions, and serve people over 21 the rest of the time," he said. Rascal's also plans to bring in live bands every Wednesday as they did last year and have a comedy night beginning in September and possibly a Monday Night Football special, Pierce said. He said that 65 percent of the club's members were over 21, and he wanted to make sure that when the drinking age changed they would be able to have something to offer everybody.