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The Daily Tar HeelMonday, January 19, 19873;
ran for senior offices
By JUSTIN McGUIRE
Anne Davidson, a junior English
and art history major from Long
meadow, Mass., and Dave Brown,
a junior political science major from
Oak Ridge, Tenn., have announced
their candidacy for senior class
president and vice president.
The two are running in hopes of
increasing "spirit and unity" in the
class of 1988. said Davidson. "We'd
like to make everyone's senior year
more meaningful by encouraging
involvement in senior class activi
ties," she said.
Davidson said that, if elected, she
and Brown would continue success
ful senior class activities such as card
section seating at the Homecoming
football game and lower-level seat
ing at the last home basketball game.
She added that they would also try
to plan more senior nights out at
local gathering spots and perhaps
Faculty ,ro,npage 2
The committee's 1986 activities
included making recommendations
to the placement of outdoor sculp
tures on campus and the placement
of signs on buildings. It heard
presentations from staff of the
physical plant about the backlog of
building maintenance and utilities
needs, and on plans for reconstruc
tion of the boiler plant on West
The report said the committee
received several briefings on the
progress of the current long-range
campus planning activity.
The Faculty Hearings Committee
also submitted their annual report
to the council, stating that it had
received no requests for hearings and
had not been called into session in
Fordham, who was scheduled to
preside over the council meeting, was
absent because he was ill. Chairman
of the Faculty George Kennedy took
have a senior beach trip.
Brown said they would work to
strengthen career and graduate
school days now offered. "We'd like
to offer programs that would make
decisions easier and less traumatic
for seniors," he said. Brown said they
would like to incorporate individual
graduate school and career days into
a week, of programs in order to
increase awareness and attendance.
The senior class gift is another
important project to Davidson. "We
think the gift should present a service
that meets the current needs of
students at UNC as well as provide
an attractive and practical gift to the
campus," she said.
Brown said that they would work
to increase class interest in the gift.
"We might hold a referendum where
seniors would actually vote on what
Candidates for senior class offices Anne Davidson and Dave Brown
they want to give," he said. Another
possibility is holding a contest in
which seniors could offer sugges
tions, he said.
Commencement exercises are the
highlight of a student's career, and,
therefore, they would work to make
such' ceremonies more special,
Brown said. He said that they would
like to add one more all-class
function to graduation weekend.
"I think we offer a unique blend
of enthusiasm and experience which
would work well for the class,"
Brown said. "We're a team from the
1 JO p.m. UNC Anti-Apartheid Sup
port Group and The
Orange County Rainbow
Coalition of Conscience
will hold a rally and march
in honor of Martin Luther
King Jr. in front of the
Franklin Street Post
2 p.m. Career Planning and
Placement Services will
hold an orientation work
shop in 306 Hanes.
7 p.m. WX YC will hold a meeting
for students interested in
becoming disc jockeys in
the station office. 234
Circle K will meet in 210
Campus Y Women's
Forum will meet in the
Campus Y Lounge to dis
cuss the new semester.
UNC Waterpolo Club will
hold an organizational
meeting in the 2nd floor
lounge of the Union. New
7:30 p.m. UNC Ski Club will meet
in 1 19 Murphy. Bring
snowshoe deposit for this
Career Planning and
Placement Services spon
sors a presentation by the
Chubb Group of Insurance
Companies in 209 Hanes.
Open to all UNC students.
UNC Ballroom Dance
Club and Formation and
Exhibition Dance Team
will co-sponsor the "Mon
day Night Dance Party" in
the Women's Gym by the
8 p.m. 1Y1LK Birthday Celebra
tion continues with a free,
public lecture by the Rev.
Floyd McKissick, who
sued UNC for admission of
black students. The lecture
wili be in Memorial Hall.
8:30 p.m. Fellowship of Christian
Athletes will meet in
Kenan Field House. Eve
Items of interest
. All organizations interested in
buying a page in the Yackety Yack
call this week 962-3912 to set up
1986 Yackety Yack yearbooks are
in! Come by 106 Union if you ordered
The Order of the Bell Tower is
accepting applications for new
members. Applications are available
at the Union and are due by Jan. 19.
Selected works by members of the
UNC faculty will be on display Jan.
17 to Feb. 15. Exhibition hours are
10 a.m. to 5 p.m. v
"Early Development of the Micro
scope: From the 17th Century to the
Present" will be presented through
April on the 2nd floor of the Health
Works by first-year master of fine
arts students at UNC will be on
display in Hanes Center through Jan.
Theta Chi Fraternity will hold
informational RUSH meetings Jan.
19 at 6 p.m. and Jan. 22 at 5:30 p.m.
in the Union.
Tri-Sigma National Sorority will
hold informal rush from 6:30 to 8:30
p.m. Jan. 19 in 211-212 Union and
Jan. 20 at the Tri-Sigma house at 307
E. Franklin St.
College Bowl is seeking volunteers
to help Friday, Jan. 23, 6:30 to 9 p.m.,"
and Saturday. Jan. 24. 8:30 a.m. to
5 p.m., at the UNC Invitational
Tournament. Sign up at 200 Union
by Jan. 21.
Student Health Services-Mental
Health Division is forming a support
group for gay and lesbian students.
For information and sign-up, call 966-3658.
By JUSTIN McGUIRE
An area of the Student Union
being walled off may be used to
house the new Black Cultural Cen
ter, said Howard Henry, union
Henry said that the walled-off
area, next to the Union's TV Lounge,
has been given first priority as the
Black Cultural Center, but that no
definite decision has been made yet
as to the room's use. "About 20
months ago, a priority was estab
lished for the Black Cultural Center,"
he said.I personally hope that it will
be used in that capacity. That would
be my first choice."
Although nothing is definite,
Edith Wiggins, associate vice chan
cellor for student affairs, said a
proposal stating the purpose of the
center lists some possibilities.
Included in the proposal is the
suggestion that the center might
house reading materials pertinent to
Afro-Americans, she said. Other
possibilities include a display of
African and Afro-American visual
arts, as well as room for performing
arts to be presented.
Howard said the construction of
the wall, which began last week, will
be completed when the glass is put
in. Plans to build offices and rooms
within the space have been put on
hold until the final decision on the
use of the room is made, he said.
"It wouldn't make much sense to
continue construction when we're
not even sure what we're going to
use it as," he said.
The overall cost of the construc
tion will be around $10,000, said
Tom Sichko, superintendent of the
work management office of the
physical plant. The construction is
being done by the physical plant and
Prichard Paint and Glass of Raleigh,
The final decision on use of the
room will be made by the admin
istration and by the Union after it
has been discussed, Henry said. No
definite timetable for a decision to
be made has been set, he said.
Howard said that if the space is
not used for the Black Cultural
Center, it will be used as a meeting
room for students and organizations.
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