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By CHARLOTTE CANNON
The Office of the Dean of Students
has seen a few changes since last
Kathy Benzaquin is just settling
in as the new assistant dean of
students, replacing Ann Bowden,
assistant dean of six years. Bowden
resigned to attend UNC's Law
Also joining the Office of the Dean
of Students as assistant dean is Beth
Furr, a recent graduate of the UNC
Law School and General College.
Benzaquin said she had much to
learn, but added that initiating new
programs was her specialty. "1 hope
to bring people together to brain
storm new ideas, and then provide
the glue to make them work," she
Benzaquin's duties will include
advising Student Government,
directing a rape-assult prevention
program, compiling the campus
calender, "Carolina: Week by
Week," and developing a mediation
program that Dean of Students
Monday-Thursday. 8 a.m. 2 a.m.
Friday 8 a.m. 11 p.m.
Saturday .9 a.m. 11 p.m.
Sunday 9 a.m. 2 a.m.
Monday-Thursday 8 a.m. Midnight
Friday 8 a.m. 8 p.m.
Saturday 10 a.m. 8 p.m.
Sunday Noon Midnight
Fistfuls of pennies for the bride
From Associated Press reports
A couple stretched a German
tradition by paying 17,200 East
German pennies for the bride's shoes
just before the wedding.
Bride Anja Schmidel had received
the coins from friends and relatives
since early childhood in an exagger
ated play on the custom of giving
a penny for the bride's shoes, the BZ
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Frederic W. Schroeder Jr. described
as "a non-adversarial means of
student problem-solving." Solutions
are reached through agreement and
compromise, he said.
A half-hour before the wedding
the couple went to shoe store, where
they surprised the shopkeeper by
paying with the collection of one
pfennig coins, East Germany's smal
lest money denomination, the news
The official rate would make
17,200 East German pfennigs worth
about $86, but East German marks
are not traded on world currency
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Beth Furr and
Schroeder said one of the reasons
for Benzaquin's hiring was her
experience with other university's
Divisions of Student Affairs. The
hiring committee included
Local 'bars hesitant
By STEPHANIE BURROW
Most Chapel Hill bar and restau
rant owners haven't decided yet
whether or not to allow people under
21 into their establishments after the
new drinking age goes into effect on
Ham's, a new bar and deli on
Franklin Street, is the only place that
has announced it will admit people
under 21 after dinner hours.
Managers at most other bars are
waiting to see what effects the new
drinking age will bring, but they have
indicated they will probably turn
away underage customers.
Joe Thompson, manager of Troll's
Bar, said the bar would stick to the
over-21 crowd at first.
"Well see how it goes until we get
organized and get to know those over
21," he said. "When we feel familiar
with them, we may change the
A manager at He's Not Here,
Mark Burnette, was more definite
about not allowing 18, 19 and 20
"I don't see how you can because
someone (underage) will end up
drinking," he said. "If they are caught
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Schroeder, Student Body President
Bryan Hassel and Student Attorney
General Mary Evans.
Bowden turned in her resignation
in May, and Benzaquin was one of
they may only pay a $25 fine, but
the bar could be fined up to $1,000."
Tim Kirkpatrick, owner of
Henderson Street Bar, said, "We're
doing business. We can't keep 21-year-olds
waiting in line to get inside
when they are the ones buying the
"Besides, there is no way to keep
those who are underage from drink
ing," he added.
Frank Heath, part-owner of Cat's
Cradle, which will reopen the second
week of September, has a more
creative solution to the problem.
Some nights will be "alcohol-free"
nights, usually when there are big
acts or local bands appearing.
No one under 21 will be admitted
on nights that alcohol is served, he
Owners of combination
restaurant-bar establishments face a
more complex problem since they
serve food in addition to alcoholic
beverages. They are taking more of
a wait-and-see attitude.
Larry Lawrence of Jordan's Le
Charolais said Jordan's would not
change its present policy of admit-,
ting only people 21 and over into
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four people interviewed. Schroeder
said more than 100 people applied.
Although Bowden has resigned,
she will take law classes at UNC.
"(Bowden) leaves behind a large
group of friends and associates, and
much in the way of accomplish
ments,'' Schroeder said. Benzaquin's
experience parallels Bowden's, and
her work will complement the
programs Bowden initiated, he said.
For six and a half years before
coming to UNC, Benzaquin was
dean of students at the North
Carolina School of Math and
Science in Durham. In her new
position, she said, she is particularly
interested in working with Student
Government. Benzaquin hopes to
advise rather than direct
Student Government and serve as a
liaison between the Student Govern
ment and the University's
Benzaquin also will attend UNC
classes part-time for her Doctor of
Philosophy in Curriculum and
Instruction in the School of Educa
to admit umder-21s
"WeVe talked about a new policy
but feel that staying with the 6ver
21 crowd is the best way to go," he
Four Corners Day Manager
Jenifer Erickson said she did not
think that Four Corners will admit
18, 19, and 20 year-olds when he
drinking age rises but that the
management has not discussed it.
"As crowded as it gets in here on
a busy flight, it would be tough to
keep from serving someone under
age," she said.
Jeff Wolfe of Molly Maguire's
said, "We have not figured it out yet.
We're just rolling with the punches
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tion. She said that through the
coursework she would better under
stand students needs, and she hopes
eventually to influence schools with ,
creative educating. ;
Furr, who joins the Office of the J
Dean of Students as an assistant
dean, will work with and advise
student leaders and faculty members
to maintain and enhance the judicial
system. In addition to other duties,
she also will counsel students
involved in student judicial
Her experience with both the
UNC student supreme court and
UNC's student attorney general's
staff during her seven years at
Carolina qualified her as the best
applicant, Schroeder said. Furr has
. both a Batchelor of Arts degree in
English and a law degree from UNC.
"One of my biggest goals is to
encourage faculty and student sup
port for the judicial system by
implementing programs for greater
student involvement," she said.
Mickey Ewell, owner of Spanky's
and President of the North Carolina
Restaurant Association, said he
recognizes the new legislation as a
complex problem with Chapel Hill
businesses and is not sure how to
Ewell said Spanky's management
was considering options to allow
customers under 21 to come in
during evening hours but are not sure
of a good method.
Ewell said he wants to meet with
owners and managers of other
Chapel Hill restaurants and bars to
work a cohesive admittance policy.
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