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8The Daily Tar Heel Friday, February 27, 1987
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But Renwick said he was pessi
mistic about the future of black
enrollment at UNC.
"I expect it to decrease." he said.
"It's been decreasing the last five
years and nothing's changed, so I
don't see why it won't decrease."
Wallace said the University has
several programs to keep minority
students from dropping out. Most
of them are aimed at making the
students feel comfortable here, he
Despite the programs, the Univer
sity's competitive environment may
be hard for some students to get used
to. he said.
"Clearly UNC-CH is not for all
people." he said. "(But) l remain
optimistic. I recognize the salvation
for North Carolina is increasing the
number of students going to college."
Before the University can get more
blacks and other minorities to enroll,
it will have to extend recruitment
efforts all the way down to elemen
tary school. Wallace said.
"You're almost spinning your
wheels if you keep putting more and
more resources into the same shrink
ing pool (of qualified black high
school graduates)," he said.
Throughout the United States, the
number of college-bound black high
school graduates has been decreas
ing, Wallace said. So to increase the
number of blacks to come to UNC,
first the number of blacks who attend
and graduate from high school must
"We lose most people in the
seventh and eighth grade," he said.
Many minority students drop out of
school early in their lives because no
one gives them encouragement,
"The worst thing we can do to our
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young people black or white
is to expect nothing of them," he
The rules adopted recently by the
UNC System's Board of Governors,
requiring all students who want to
enter UNC to complete more courses
in basic skills, will eventually bring
lime did he insist upon accountabil
ity and performance review."
B White House Chief of Staff
Donald Regan, widely rumored to
be leaving his post in a few days,
"must bear the primary responsibil
ity for the chaos that descended upon
the White House" when there was
public disclosure of the secret arms
Former National Security
Director John Poindexter bailed
grievously" when he neglected to
investigate the apparent funneling of
funds to the Contras or bring it to
B Former CIA Director William
Casey "shared a similar
B As for Secretary of State George
Schultz and Defense Secretary
Caspar Weinberger, they "distanced
themselves from the march of
B All in all, the investigators
concluded, the National Security
Council-run operation that provided
arms to Iran "was a very unprofes
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more blacks to the University,
Wallace said. ,
"People who need encouragement
to apply will see them as another
barrier." he said. "But over the long '
run we'll get a better-prepared
(minoritv) student coming to UNC
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white Southern family."
People oppose divestment because
doing so keeps white businessmen on
top of the economic-social ladder,
said Mikel Taylor, a member of the
Durham Council for Peace and
Justice. "Every seven and a half
minutes, a black child starves to
death in a country that ranks third
in the world in food export," Taylor
said. "In the time that I have spoken
right now. a child has died. By the
time the trustees meet tomorrow,
hundreds of children will have died.
Think about that for a minute."
Taylor called the trustees' reluc
tance to make a decision to divest
"irresponsible and cowardly." He
then read each name of the six
member Endowment Board to the
"They only have one more chance
to redeem themselves," he said. "To
vote tomorrow for what is right. If
they cannot do that, they should
resign. If they will not resign, then
we should drive them out of office."
The protesters have made plans to
spend the night at Morehead Pla
netarium. Their 24-hour vigil, which
started at 10:15 a.m. Thursday, will
end Friday morning when the board
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because the administration didn't
like the direction that the task force
was headed." he said.
The task force was leaning toward
renovating the residence halls and
leaving them available to all under
graduate students, not just senior
leaders, Jones said.
Junior Jaye Sitton. who served on
the task force last semester, said
Thursday that she knew nothing
about Kuncl disbanding the task
Sharon McMillen, a task force
member and area director of the
Spencer, Triad and Old Well area,
said Thursday that she expected the
group to meet this spring.
Gillian Cell, dean of the College
of Arts and Sciences and General
College, developed the idea to use
Old East and Old West to house
Cell has worked with Kuncl on
the plan since last semester, in an
effort to improve the academic and
intellectual climate on campus.
Jones said he's not sure that there
should be a special use for these
Brian Sipe, newly elected Scott
College governor, said Thursday
that most students wanted to keep
the dormitories as they are now.
"On personal opinion, most stu
dents want the buildings to be left
alone, and the best thing to do is
to publicize what's going on to get
some kind of response," Sipe said.
Hinton James Governor Barry
Cobb said, "You need campus
leaders all over the place, and if they
move them all to Old East and Old
West, South Campus will be the area
that suffers the most. We need
leaders down there, too, and I know
that if someone offered me a spot
in Old East or Old West. I'd have
to think awfully hard before I'd turn
During the last semester, Jones
served on the task force with Sitton,
McMillen. Cell, then-Student Body
President Bryan Hassel, three other
students and two other faculty
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