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The Daily Tar HeelTuesday, February 2, 19883
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By LYNNE McCLINTOCK
About 22 members of the N.C.
Association of American Univer
sity Professors (AAUP) met with
UNC-system President CD.
Spangler on Friday to discuss
faculty concerns, including the new
UNC-system drug policy and
former head football coach Dick
The AAUP was created in the
early 1950s to give faculty members
an outlet to voice their concerns.
About 120 professors are members
of the N.C. AAUP.
Caroline Becker, an AAUP
member and UNC-CH professor,
said the faculty expressed concern
that the new drug policy, adopted
Dec. 4 by the Board of Governors,
did not stress the need to educate
faculty members of the policy.
"Education should be the major
thrust, not the action," she said.
The new drug policy stresses the
punitive actions that will be taken
against teachers involved with
drugs, Becker said. The most severe
action is firing.
William Schneider, N.C. AAUP
president and UNC-Wilmington
professor, said, "Crum was spoken
Schneider said Spangler
informed the professors at the
meeting that UNC-H had set up
several committees to look into the
The AAUP will sponsor a meet
ing at Wake Forest University,
March 18-19, to discuss intercol
legiate athletics and university
Philip Carson, chairman of the
Board of Governors, will be the
Other issues discussed included:
a sick leave. Spangler said a
formal maternity leave policy could
be restrictive, so the present lack
of a policy is the most beneficial.
B freedom of speech on non
university issues. Specifically dis
cussed was an N.C. State Univer
sity professor, Denis Woods, who
used his title in a letter criticizing
plans for Centennial Campus.
b the proper handling of grie
vances. Becker said the grievance
procedure needed to be more
B the integrity of the university.
Becker said, "We expressed our
confidences in the university and
our hopes that it would continue
The UNC-system president
meets with the N.C. AAUP twice
Spangler said, "The professors
are part of a group who meet
periodically with the president, and
they talk informally about prob
lems on their campuses."
Pizza delivery man attacked, robbed
By LAURA DiGIANO
A Domino's pizza delivery man
was robbed Saturday night outside
the Tar Heel Motel, according to
After delivering a pizza to a room
at the Tar Heel Motel, Carl Bradley
was assaulted by two young black
males and robbed of $30, police said.
One of the youths was carrying a
wrench, police said.
The delivery man was not injured
in the attack, which occurred at about
9:15 p.m., said Jane Cousins, Chapel
Hill police planner.
Cousins said Bradley described the
youths as being between 17 and 19
years old and of medium height and
No connections have been made to
the Jan. 21 armed robbery of another
Domino's delivery person in Carr
boro, Cousins said. In that incident,
the pizza deliverer went to an empty
apartment and was robbed of his
wallet and the pizza at gunpoint.
Domino's officials declined to
comment about the Carrboro
Dave Myers, Domino's regional
supervisor for Durham and Chapel
Hill, said the pizza chain does take
precautions against robberies. Domi
no's requires delivery people to return
to the store after two deliveries and
deposit the money they collected,
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quality of faculty, the report said.
The fringe benefits UNC provides
its faculty have declined significantly
in recent years, and faculty and staff
salaries are not high enough com
pared to other research universities
of similar quality, the report said.
Additional funding is desperately
needed and is essential to UNC, the
report said, and the next chancellor
should address this issue imme
diately. Faculty recruitment, compet
itive salaries, maintenance, supplies
and equipment, educational technol
ogy, library funding and undergrad
uate faculty all depend greatly on a
steady flow of funds, the report said.
The report said that the University
should undertake an immediate and
extensive private fund campaign to
provide a solution to this problem,
and try to match the amount of funds
granted to the University by the state.
The University should take funds
from overhead receipts from federal
grants to provide funds for basic
operating expenses, the report said.
Officials should consider a signif
icant tuition increase for both in- and
out-of-state students to provide more
funds, the report said.
To deal with the conflict between
the governing bodies of UNC, the
Board of Trustees, the Board of
Governors and the UNC-system
president should meet to deal with
problems that have traditionally been
difficult for the chancellor.
"It is imperative that these issues
be resolved or be on the road to
resolution before the next chancellor
is appointed," the report said.
According to the report, the pres
ident should also develop an internal
method of reviewing the chancellor's
performance every 3-5 years.
The Chancellor Search Committee
must search aggressively for chancel
lor candidates from all quarters, the
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near Craige Residence Hall, transpor
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John Gardner, transportation
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the need for extra revenues stems
from the lack of funding from other
departments within the University.
MI can't tell you what to expect,"
Gardner said the permit prices
must be raised considerably to cover
the cost of the parking deck.
"I won't tell you by what percen
tage the permit revenues would have
to be raised in order to cover the
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