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The daily Tar Heel. (Chapel Hill, N.C.) 1946-current, August 18, 1986, Page 35, Image 35

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The Tar HeelMonday, August 18, 198635 WXYC from page 12 programs. Their talk show, Northern Hemisphere Live, which recently moved from its Wednesday night time slot to Sunday afternoon from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m., discusses a variety of campus subjects. Last year they broadcast a debate between student body president candidates Bryan Hassel, David Brady and campus comedian Billy Warden. Also on Sundays from noon to 4 p.m. is the Jazz Show. According to XYC deejay Jeff Robins, because the deejays are on a rotating schedule and have different tastes, you can turn on the radio and know it's going to be jazz but not know what type of jazz. On Sunday mornings from 9 a.m. to noon, Triangle Slim hosts the Orange County Special featuring' mainly folk music, but also playing country, bluegrass, and international AlCOhOl ,rom Page 1 "Of all places, the University should be operated within the law and not outside of it," Kuncl said. "We don't want to provide a haven where people feel they can freely violate the law and get away with it. We're going to be focusing on behavior, and those people that dont want to act responsibly or within the guidelines set by RHA may find themselves being made to leave University Housing facilities. That will continue to be the ultimate sanction that we can hand out." music. XYC's sports department is quite busy during the year, too. They cover three Carolina sports, specializing in women's basketball. They also cover some important lacrosse games, such as this past year's national champion ship match between Carolina and Virginia, and follow the Heel's baseball team through the post season. Students run all of the XYC programs. In fact, in order to be hired by Burton, one must- be a student at the University. . For students interested in working with radio there are two jobs they can do tell the news or spin records. Becoming a disc . jockey, especially as a freshman, is not very easy, Burton warns, simply because the position requires extensive knowl edge of all types of music. Burton said he believed that most students had not been exposed enough to all kinds of music. He advises that students listen to XYC for a year or two before trying out for a time slot as a jock. Behen likes working at the station because it allows her to meet a lot of people, while Robins enjoys being exposed to to all the music and sharing what he learns with his audience. "It's a challenge because you're trying to make it flow. It's kind of a game finding the right song," says Behen. The easiest way to get started is as a newscaster. Burton himself began his XYC career doing the news. People interested in working in the fall should come by the XYC office in the Student Union and ask to see either the news director or Burton. RESEARCH Shedding light on birth defects. Support the (?$) March of Dimes Viss H9 BIRTH DEFECTS foundation bo The Florist to Chapel Hill Since 1946 (UWersity Ijwist and (MflShop fJFW N.C. Welcome Newcomers and Returning Students, Faculty and Staff 124 East Franklin St. 929-1119 Please visit our other fine stores Conveniently located! University Mall Timberline Village 942-0913 929-0275 I freshmenN Come in for a FREE J lemonade I and a FREE Qift! rf J Crew Neck Sweats AffTYtfV (SfV Authentic Football Jerseqs 3jALIXJ uoxmj V Long Sleeve CO TARHEELS! If qou don't love CAROLINA come bq and we'll change qour mind i T-Shirts X Short Sleeve I T-Shirts Hooded Sweatshirts Tank Tods J Wrestlers J Tank Tops J ttair shirts I G3t2 I zzrma tBwa fea35 JEANS JEANS JEANS JEANS JEANS Jeans bu Jordache, Gasoline, Gloria Vanderbilt, Calvin Klein, & Dee Cee aluaus on sale. Jeans for men & uomen. Tops to compliment anu outfit. North Carolina Tar Heel State ,New Bookmarker A must for everu freshman onlu S9 I L i- )

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