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By JASON KELLY
.;. Student Congress passed a resolu
:tion Wednesday encouraging the
,N.C. General Assembly to raise state
employees' salaries above the poverty
The resolution passed in an 18-6
vote, with three abstentions.
; . ' The N.C. General Assembly is now
considering House Bill 682, which
r would raise the pay rate of state
employees above the poverty level.
-About 246 full-time UNC employees
make less than the federal poverty
level of $1 1,612 per year. More than
i: 1,400 state employees earn salaries
; below the poverty level.
The Student Congress resolution
.was introduced by Speaker Gene
:,Davis, Mark Bibbs (Dist. 12), Samuel
!, Bagenstos (Dist. 14) and Student
Salvadoram to outline life experiences
By JOEY HILL
Ruben Zamora, vice-president of
El Salvador's Revolutionary Demo
cratic Front (FDR), will speak
, Sunday at 8 p.m. in the Hanes Art
. Center Auditorium.
Zamora's program is called "El
Salvador in Transition: A Personal
Odyssey." Zamora will discuss his life
. and experiences in El Salvador, said
Piana McDuffee, director of the
-Institute of Research in the Social
Sciences Data Library.
,i Zamora was part of the El Salva
- dor Christian Democratic Party until
1980, when he resigned his position
and left the country. He returned in
.1988 and formed the Democratic
Convergence, a party which ran in
Medical school receives grant
By JAMES COBLIN
The UNC School of Medicine's
Clinical Scholars Program has been
awarded a $1.1 7 . million grant from
the Robert Wood Johnson Founda
tion to continue the program for
another three years, medical school
officials said Thursday.
Phi Beta Kappa inducts
Phi Beta Kappa, the nation's
highest honorary society, inducted
116 UNC students during a cerem
ony Tuesday. Students in the
Division of Academic Affairs are
eligible for admission. Juniors
must have a 3.7 grade point
average and 75 credit hours, and
seniors must have a 3.6 average
and 105 hours. Students who
were inducted are listed below:
Melissa Dianne Adams, Barry Sidney Cobb, John
-' Calvin Britt, Clifton Ryan Kinlaw, Reuben Leslie
' . Moore. Kelly A. Craven, Matthew Francis
McGahren, Kevin Adrian Prakke, William Edward
- McNeely III, Susan Lillian HoWsclaw, Rachel Gold
La tb more, Micnele Angela Marcotte, Clay Bemardin
. Thorp, Samuel Robert Bagenstos, Joy Anne
Jacobson. Donald Ralph Esposito Jr., Katharine
Stuart Fleer. John Thomas Honeycutt, Lana Deirdre
, Matthews, Lori Alison McLeese, Matthew Edward
Osborne. Gregory Scott Rush, James Duncan
Whitehouse, Brett Jared Denton, Brian Henry
AJligood, Kathryn Kristine Knight Rebecca Ann
Reed. Christopher Jerome Vaughn, Terence
- Bradley Conger, Mary Lynn Lackey, Jonathan
Taylor White. Jeffrey Scott Davis, Jason Myerson
Beckert Virginia Jordan Mewbome, Joanne Helen
Elizabeth Promislow, Cynthia Leigh Thomasson,
Catherine Ann Zalewski. Deborah Lynne Anderson,
. Howard Gene Melton K, Gregory Todd Zeeman,
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Body President Brien Lewis at Wed
nesday's congress meeting.
Bagenstos spoke in favor of the
resolution at the beginning of the
debate. "Valuable University
employees are getting paid less than
if they just stayed on welfare," he said.
"These people do jobs that we would
not want they get here at seven
in the morning to clean our toilets
and take out our garbage. They
deserve to be paid more than if they
just stayed in bed all day."
Jim Taylor (Dist. 5) proposed an
amendment to the resolution. "I
support the spirit of the resolution,"
he said. "We all want to live in a
society where all individuals live
above the poverty level. The question
is, should we raise the minimum
wage? Private individuals should be
included in this raise, too. The change
the recent elections as a forum,
The moderate Christian Demo
cratic Party and the Democratic
Convergence lost to the right-wing
ARENA party in the elections,
"We wanted to bring Zamora here
because we know El Salvador is at
a point where drastic changes could
occur to the left or the right because
of the collapse of the middle. Zamora
is one of the best-known and most
articulate speakers from the FDR
The FDR is the political arm of
the FMLN guerrilla movement
opposing the Salvadoran
"We were very fortunate to be able
The program is a two-year fellow
ship for physicians interested in going
into academic medicine, said Rebecca
Evans, manager of the program.
There are six Clinical Scholars'
Programs in the nation and each one
has different priorities, Evans said.
The UNC program centers around
health promotion, preventive health
Margaret M. Autry. Karen Jean Caiola, Scott Russell
Clarke, Cynthia Ann Dy, John Benjamin Hernandez,
Lee Winston Latimer, Kayley Hattter Taber. Kathryn
Mary Yount, Anne-Lynne Davis, Robert Francis
Haggard. Neva Thomas Edens. Michael Cameron
Lunsford, Todd Douglas Price, Rosalyn Christy
Tanner. Johanna Marilyn Merritt, Vernon Trip
Alexander Gardner HI, Todd Christopher Clark,
Caroline Davis, Cristina Grace, Kimberty Gene
Hobbs, John Lee, Steven John Lewis, Marie
Elizabeth Price, Laura Josephine Streamo, Ste
phanie Karen Wells, Cathy Marie Paparazo, John
Thomas Honeycutt, Sheila Diane Royal, Brent Evan
Newton, Jeanine Mary Williamson, Steven John
Yamarik, Virginia Lee Leonard, Christopher Scott '
Sontchi, Samuel Robert Bagenstos, Robert Gilmore
Hanford O'Hara, Joseph Louis Andronaco, Kim
Elizabeth Kirby. Peter Wynn Kirby. Ashley Elizabeth
Mattison. Jonathan Bruce Oberlander. Jeffrey
Charles Seymour. Jennifer Lori Hodge, John
Francis Lue Jr, Rowena Amanda Nugent Robert
Todd Silliman, Hunter Ashley Heyck, Kaarin Ayleen
Tisue, Amy Catherine Paige, Julia Ann Olson, Susan
Field Burke, Gillian Zoe Eiston, Edward Weber
Hoen, Jeffrey Alan Hoffman, David As her Rosen
Stein, Robin Ellen Pinckert, Hillary Michelle
Sherman, Michael Alan Buhl, Susan Mitchell Long,
Sybil Michelle Madison, Laurie Elizabeth Martin,
Dawn Denise Schiller, Michael Thomas Archey,
Thomas Joseph Archey, Barbara Susan Linn,
Elizabeth Rose Madalena, Amy Marie Nigro,
Heather Lynn Trethewey, William Clarence Boyd,
Jenifer Ernestine King, Scott A. Garfinkel, Angela
Ann Ards, Elizabeth Ann Gawen, Karin Renee West
Rachelle . Lea Strausner, Debora Preisser
should be federal to make the wage
rate clear the poverty level in all
Many representatives opposed
Taylor's amendment. Alan Martin
(Dist. 10) said the proposed amend
ment was against the purpose of the
resolution. "The bill's purpose is to
support an actual piece of legislation.
It's not to raise the minimum wage
across the board."
Jill Gilbert (Dist. 17) said: "You'd
have to write a whole new bill. To
argue with the state legislature is out
of our field. Limiting the resolution
to UNC and state employees is good
because it stays within our jurisdic
tion. We have no control over people
working at Burger King or Hardee's."
Congress rejected the amendment
in a roll-call vote of five for, 18
against, and three abstentions.
to bring him here because this is a
very important time to hear from El
Salvador as to what direction the
country will take, now that ARENA
is in power," McDuffee said.
Allegations linking ARENA to the
death squads that killed 30,000 people
in the early Os "are not wild," she
El Salvador is "a country of terrible
poverty and unemployment,"
McDuffee said. The people lack basic
necessities for survival, and a small
percentage of people control the
wealth, she added. "Zamora and his
party look to make those changes
which would allow the control of the
wealth to expand."
The United States exports $1
million to El Salvador each day, but
services, aging, disabilities and long
term care, she said.
Most of the scholars enter aca
demic positions after they complete
the program. Seventy percent of the
former scholars have full-time aca
demic positions and the rest have
some academic .involvement, said
Robert Fletcher, co-director of the
program and professor of medicine
For four months, the participants
follow a core curriculum, in which
they learn research techniques and
study non-biomedical disciplines,
such as biostatistics, health econom
ics, medical writing, anthropology
was part of the students' "bardathon."
For the bardathon, the students have
read the complete works of Shakes
peare aloud in protest of Milley since
Students at the Winston-Salem
school began their protests on the
school's campus Monday, Lane said.
This week's protests followed
Spangler's announcement of Milley's
resignation on April 13.
She was given a six-month leave
of absence at her present salary plus
a three-year faculty position in the
School of Music, said Nancy
Dawson-Sauser, director of publica
tions for the school.
Milley will step down as chancellor
June 30 and begin a leave of absence,
But students are not satisfied with
"We were pleased to hear she
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When debate on the bill began,
Lewis spoke in favor of the resolu
tion. "The Faculty Council is also
sending a letter of support to the
General Assembly, but the University
as a whole needs to support House
Bill 682. So I hope you approve this
But some representatives opposed
the resolution. Andrew Cohen (Dist.
4) said he did not think state
employees should get "an unearned
gift," which North Carolina taxpay
ers would have to pay for. "We should
find out the market value for this kind
of labor. We can't give more for the
labor than it's worth.
"Voting against this resolution is
not supporting poverty, but respect
ing the employer-employee relation
ship. We can not support a bill which
is economically unsound." .
there are no visual benefits, she said.
A large portion of this aid goes to
the military, which "terrorizes the
countryside," she said.
Joe Straley, a professor emeritus
in the physics and astronomy depart
ment and a member of the Faculty
for Human Rights in El Salvador,
said Zamora would provide insight
about the situation in El Salvador,
which he called "absolutely
"I think the American people
should be kept informed about
something so appalling as continual
bombing, because we're (the U.S.)
buying the bombs."
Admission to the speech is free, and
a question-and-answer session will
to continue scholars program
and data analysis, Evans said. Scho
lars are also expected to complete at
least one original research project
during their two years in the program.
The program is offered to physi
cians who have finished residency
training in a clinical specialty,
Interested students apply and are
interviewed and ranked by the pro
gram's policy committee. The list of
prospective scholars is sent to the
national board of directors at the
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation,
in New Jersey.
The national board of directors is
resigned," Lane said. "But we do not
want her to have the faculty position.
We want her gone."
Others at the protest echoed Lane's
"We want her to take her leave of
absence now," McDuffee said. "She's
upsetting the faculty and forcing them
Dawson-Sauser said 85 of the 89
faculty members had recently voted
"no confidence" in Milley's leadership
and had called for her immediate
Efforts to contact Milley were
unsuccessful, but Danny Green,
assistant to the chancellor, said Milley
was continuing to run the school.
"She's doing exactly what a chancel
lor is supposed to be doing."
J.T. Rogers, a junior drama major
from New York and a spokesman for
the school's Student Advisory Coun-
B Three UNC seniors and one
alumnus have won graduate fel
lowships in the 1989 competition
for Mellon Fellowships in the
The recipients from UNC are:
Carmen Graham, a senior Russian
studies major from Clemson, S.C.,
Melani McAlister, a 1984 gradu
ate in history from Somerville,
Mass., Brian McCuskey, a senior
English major from Los Angeles,
and Maria Stadter, a senior com
parative literature major from
The Mellon Fellowships were
created in 1983 to provide finan
cial assistance for students consid
ering graduate study. Fellowship
winners are eligible to receive up
to $26,000 to cover tuition and an
$11,000 living stipend for the first
two years of graduate study.
UNC ranked among the top
eight schools in the number of
B Richard Andrews, director of
the Institute of Environmental
Studies, has been awarded a
Fulbright grant to lecture and
conduct research on urban envir
onmental planning in Austria.
Andrews will study environ
mental policy, economics and
planning at the Vienna University
of Economics for four months in
1990. He will also develop a new
elective curriculum in environ
mental economics and planning
within the Austrian university's
interdisciplinary Department of
Urban and Regional Studies.
Andrews is one of about 1,500
U.S. recipients who will travel
abroad during the 1989-90 aca
demic year under the Fulbright
composed of medical school deans
from across the nation. After review
ing the applicants, new scholars are
chosen by the national board, she
The UNC committee chooses
prospective scholars on the basis of
how they will fit into the program.
"They are reviewed on the basis of
the type of research they are inter
ested in, how motivated they are and
how they fit into UNC's program,"
Evans said. "People are chosen who
the committee feels will make a name
for themselves and go far in their
The variety of training that the
cil (SAC), said the SAC had planned
the Chapel Hill protest.
The protest served as a message to
other schools, Rogers said in a
"We thought it would never
happen to us. It can happen to
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B Edward Holley, a professor in
the School of Information and
Library Science, has been
approved by the BOT as Kenan
professor of information and
Twenty-five Kenan professor
ships, endowed by the William R.
Kenan Jr. Charitable Trust, are
given to UNC faculty.
Holley was dean of the School
of Information and Library
Science at UNC from 1972 to 1985
and is a specialist in American
library history, bibliography,
college and university library
administration and library
information science education.
B A dozen students at the
School of Medicine have been
awarded Holderness Medical Fel
lowships for 1989-90. The awards,
worth $3,000 each, were
announced by Stuart Bondurant,
dean of the medical school. They
are given to support research and
other scholarly work by. the stu
dents, including work with a
faculty member of their choice.
Recipients include Benita
Banks, David Blythe, Paul Brech
telsbauer, Robert Cook, Gerald
Cooley, Dana Darien, John Ent
wistle, Catherine Gordon, Sandra
Miller, Wanda Nicholson, Chris
topher Sturbaum and Gilbert
B Susan Burman of Carrboro
has been named a Burroughs
Wellcome Fellow in Nursing at the
School of Nursing. The fellowship
is offered jointly by the School of
Nursing and Burroughs Wellcome
Co. to provide an opportunity for
post-master's research and study.
scholars receive is the most important
aspect of the program, Fletcher said.
"The most important impact that
the scholars have had on the School
of Medicine is the large number of
scholars who bridge, the distance
between clinical disciplines and non
clinical disciplines," he said. "All of
the fields have a lot to do with health;
they are just not emphasized in
medical school. The scholars go
across the gap to bring all of the
The program was started in 1974,
and since that time 57 clinical scholars
have completed the program Evans
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Buck Bayliff, vice preside, npjf the
newly-formed Parents' Association of
the N.C. School of the Arts, said his
group backed the protesters.
"We are in full support. We are
very proud of the way our students
have conducted themselves during
their performance protests."
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