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2The Daily Tar Heel Thursday, April 6, 1989
World and Nation
From Associated Press reports
WARSAW, Poland Solidarity
leader Lech Walesa sealed a historic
deal with the government Wednesday
to restore the independent trade
union after a 7-year ban and give
Poland its first democratic elections
since World War II.
Walesa, representing the opposi
tion, and Gen. Czeszlaw Kiszczak, the
interior minister representing
Poland's communist government,
approved the package that emerged
from two months of negotiations on
political and economic reforms as the
57 participants in the talks gathered
for a final time at the "round table"
in the Council of Ministers Palace.
"There is no freedom without
said: "I think part of the problem of
gearing toward a career right away
is that kids come from affluent
backgrounds more than they did 20
years ago when I was in school. They
try to emulate what they have now
as quickly as possible."
But being career-oriented is not
bad, Harris said. Some students are
shifting to training for non-profit jobs
such as working for environmental
concerns, in Third World countries
and for charities, she said.
"Working for a non-profit organ
ization is still being career-oriented,
code and apply a strict interpretation
to the code's laws, Bibbs said.
"We will make sure that every
provision, every step is in accordance
with the constitution," Bibbs said.
"We don't want to leave any stones
In the election for Student Affairs
chairman, Matthew Heyd (Dist. 1 1),
a freshman from Charlotte, defeated
Samuel Bagenstos (Dist. 14), a
sophomore from Durham, by a vote
Student Congress should work to
build better relations with the admin
istration by first improving relations
with students, Heyd said.
"The administration won't listen to
students until students listen to
students," he said.
M Buchenau was elected Ethics Com
mittee chairman, defeating Costner
by a vote of 20-7-2.
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Solidarity," Walesa said at the
beginning of a 10-minute address to
the table in which he explained why
the opposition had approved the
He credited authorities with having
shown "readiness for a radical change
of the system."
But he said that behind the "nice
words" of communist authorities for
the past 45 years there was "dishon
esty and violence," and Solidarity had
aimed for "substantial settlements
that could be implemented right
He declared the opposition had
achieved the "necessary minimum" by
regaining the legal status lost after
martial law was imposed in
just not money-oriented.
"WeVe dropped back from yuppie
goals of a few years ago. The pen
dulum is beginning to swing back.
There is a renewed interest in liberal
arts majors, and students are confi
dent that they can get jobs with these
Senior Katy Crum spent a semester
last year working with homeless
people in Washington, D.C. "I don't
know why I did it. I knew if I didn't
do it now, I wouldn't be able to do
it ever again."
Crum worked in a soup kitchen,
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restores Sol odairilty
"I think that the round-table talks
can become the beginning of the road
to democracy and a free Poland, and
hence we look with boldness and
hope into the future," he said.
Kiszczak praised the talks that had
brought together different sides of
Poland's sharply divided political
In Washington, the White House
, called the accord "a great day for the
Polish people and for freedom." Press
Secretary Marlin Fitzwater said
President Bush was "very pleased by
the accords that have started Poland
on this new path toward
Polish leader Gen. Wojciech Jaru-
cleaned homeless shelters and spent
time talking to the homeless and
accompanying them to doctor's
appointments. ' .
Cari Stack, a freshman from
Raleigh, began college with the idea
of being a doctor. "I started out
thinking I would become a doctor
because everything was planned out
for me for a long time. I didn't have
to make any decisions about what to
take or what to do."
She realized that for two years after
she graduates, the Peace Corps is
where she wants to be. She wants to
be fluent in a foreign language and
major in English and history.
Rachel Lattimore spent a year in
Bristol, England, last year with
UNC's Study Abroad program. This
year she works in the program's
office. About 150 students are spend
ing this year abroad in Russia, Israel,
Australia, South America and
Europe, Lattimore said.
"Anything you give up by staying
away for a year is more than made
up because Chapel Hill is always the
same when you come back."
Quite a few students request to
leave school because academic stress
is too high." They have family or
material and different approaches to
similar material make Course-Paks
advantageous" to professors, he said.
"In the last 20 years the ,way that
instructors teach has evolved to the
use of Course-Paks, and it's gotten
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zelski, who banned Solidarity in 198 1,
argued strongly for its restoration, at
a Communist Party plenum in Jan
uary! saying it would be the culmi
nation of his policy of national
The government, acknowledging it
needed greater public support to take
the painful steps of reviving the
economy, offered the talks to Soli
darity last year to help end a series
Jaruzelski did not participate
directly in the talks or attend the
ceremony, but he has said he would
not rule out a meeting with Walesa.
"This comprehensive documenta
tion is a social contract," Kiszczak
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relationship problems or medical
reasons, Student Health Service
Roy Crisp, a senior from Char
lotte, took a semester off because
dealing with class registration and
administrative problems caused him
stress, he said.
"I got lost in the system. I was going
through a good bit of stress at the
time. My advisers showed no emotion
on their part when I withdrew. They
thought it was a logical decision."
If students withdraw from the
University to pursue other interests,
they must reapply to return, Cansler
said. The likelihood of being read
mitted is high if students are in good
standing when they leave.
Crum was readmitted to the Uni
versity without difficulties, she said.
"I did have problems in drop add,
and I couldn't preregister because I
wasn't affiliated with the University
Cansler said: "There is a difference
between just not showing up for a
semester and having faculty and
advisers knowing where you are. But
it can be very good for a student if
they plan for leaving and plan courses
to take upon their return."
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more sophisticated," Boren said.
Cell said, "I think it's a convenient
way for . the .i students ..to . get the
-readings for the course brought
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Captain of grounded tanker
surrenders, will face charges
From Associated Press reports
VALDEZ, Alaska The cap
tain of the Exxon Valdez surren
dered to police Wednesday, and
salvage crews freed the tanker
from the reef that ripped its hull
and spilled more than 10 million
gallons of crude oil.
Fired tanker captain Joseph
Hazelwood, 42, surrendered to
police on New York's Long Island,
and a judge set his bail at $500,000,
up from a prosecutor's recommen
dation of $25,000. He had been
sought since Saturday on a fugitive
warrant on misdemeanor charges
of operating the tanker while
"These misdemeanors are of
such a magnitude that has never
been equaled, at least in this
country," Judge Kenneth Rohl
said as Hazelwood was arraigned.
U.S. criticizes Gorbachev
WASHINGTON The White
House on Wednesday . accused
Soviet President Mikhail Gorba
chev of failing to put actions
three judges had prior knowledge of
McLean also objected to the fact
that only three of the four committee
members were present at the appeal.
If the appeals committee were a lower
court, it would only be fair that it
consisted of the appropriate number
of members, she said.
Student Supreme Court Chief
Justice James Exum, a UNC law.
student, said McLean's concerns
about the conduct of the Appeals
Committee would have provided
some interesting questions to the
"They (the questions) would have
been very interesting, and I'm not sure
we've ever had any questions like
them," Exum said. "These are the
types of questions we would answer
in a hearing."
Although Exum would not predict
whether the BSM had a chance in
the supreme court hearing, he said
the organization would have had to
use some good arguments.
'"It would have' definitely beeii a
challenge (for the BSM). I really can't
say because I don't know what exact
arguments they would have made."
The quote from Mark Rush in
-Tuesday's article, " 'Making it' may
not be worth the price of success,"
should have read, "In the business
school, sometimes when some, stu-
News in Brief
behind his rhetorical support for
peace in Central America and
called on the Soviets to end
military aid to Nicaragua.
In a strong criticism that
reflected clear disappointment
with Gorbachev's much-awaited
speech Tuesday in Havana, White
House Press Secretary Marlin
Fitzwater said continued Soviet
activity in Central America will
affect U?S.-Soviet relations.
Congress approves poll time
WASHINGTON The House
on Wednesday approved a uni
form poll-closing time in presiden
tial elections to prevent projec
tions of the results hours before
voting ends in some states.
"The importance of Western
votes for president is being dim
inished just because of where we
live," Rep. Ron Wyden, D-Ore.,
told the House.
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Neil Riemann, Student Congress
speaker at the time of the Appeals
Committee hearing, said if the BSM
waits until next fall, it will have to
go before the finance committee for
funding left over from last month's
budget process. The finance commit
tee would then make a recommen
dation to the full congress, Riemann
Gene Davis, newly-elected speaker
of Student Congress, said he was glad
the BSM decided to come back to
the congress instead of going before
the supreme court.
"I think it was a wise decision
because it was only causing tension
among student groups.. The congress
and BSM need to work together to
resolve this situation."
Davis said he saw no reason why
the BSM would not receive funds in
the fall. The only question that will
be answered, he said, is exactly how
much funding the group will receive.
"I believe that congress will be
perfectly fair when the BSM applies
for funds in the fall. We already have
quite a bit of money left over since
not as manystudent groups applied
for funds this year."
dents get something wrong on a test,
they. .talk about how much money
theyH lose on their first job because
their GP A drops." The DTH regrets
the error. '