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The Daily Tar HeelThursday, November 16, 19899
The DTH Campus Calendar is a daily
listing of University related activities
sponsored by academic departments,
student services and student organiza
tions officially recognized by the Divi
sion of Student Affairs. To appear in
Campus Calendar, announcements
must be submitted on the Campus
Calendar form by NOON one business
day before the announcement is to run.
Saturday and Sunday events are printed
in Friday's calendar and must be sub
mitted on the Wednesday before the
announcement is to run. Forms and a
drop box are located outside the DTH
office, 104 Union. Items of Interest
lists ongoing events from the same
campus organizations and follows the
same deadline schedule as Campus
Calendar. Please use the same form.
10 a.m.: Alpha Phi Omega spon
sors a bloodmobile in Great Hall until
2 p.m.: The Baha'i Club presents a
dramatic presentation of Baha'i perse
cutions in Iran in the 1980s, "Human
Citizens were forced to live in the
countryside and work in labor camps.
"They told us, 'You're supposed to
learn to live like the poor people. I want
you to learn to live like us.'" In the
camps the people were required to work
1 4 to 1 8 hours a day, seven days a week.
"People died and people starved to death
because they took all the food."
Much of the strife in the labor camps
Mothers Against Drunk Driving
(MADD), said Wednesday that Opera
tion Eagle was a success.
"I'm leaping for joy, because they're
pulling the drunk drivers off the road."
Bowman said the program could
catch those driving without licenses
who never would be detected other
wise unless they drove erratically.
In most of the nine cities Operation
Eagle visited, arrests for driving with
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THE Daily Crossword by Peter Swift
59 Roof edge
61 Aid a felon
62 Road map
63 Daly of TV
3 Legal order
6 At for
7 Street with
9 Met offerings
15 Small drink
18 Not quite
24 War god
25 Great deed
26 on (betray)
13 Farm unit
16 Type size
17 Comlsky Park
20 Tea makers
23 Court events
39 After FDR
42 Wished (for)
44 Broadway VIP
45 Eng. county
52 Turns around
Rights Offenses Today," in 2 1 2 Union.
3 p.m.: UNC Pre-law Club, Pre
law Adviser's office and Career Plan
ning and Placement sponsor a Law
School Admissions Panel Presentation.
Deans of Admission of UNC, Wake
Forest, NCCU and Duke law schools
will discuss the admissions process,
provide information and answer ques
tions about their law schools in 224
3:30 p.m.: The Institute for Re
search in Social Science announces
'The Impact of Tax Reform on Chari
table Giving: A 1 989 Perspective" with
Charles Clotfeller of Duke in 308 Gard
ner. (A UNC Applied Microeconomics
Workshop) Call 966-4485 for more
5 p.m.: South African Scholarship
Fund presents a showing of "Cry Free
dom" in the Frank Porter Graham
Lounge of the Union as part of Human
The Association of International
Students will meet in 209 Union to see
a video on Australia presented by Ina
and Anthony. Everyone is welcome.
involved not only physical torture, but
also mental torture, said Pran. "They
learned that if everyone becomes very
weak, you don't want to think about
politics, you don't want to think about
seeking revenge against them."
Pran went on to say that world reac
tion to the event was shock. "People
thought such horror could not happen
again. But it did. The difference be-
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out a license equalled or exceeded those
Bowman said 23 of those charged
with DWI in Wake County have been
"I wouldn't touch Operation Eagle. I
think it's working beautifully the way it
Offenders convicted of DWI face
fines of up to $2,000 and jail terms of up
to two years.
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5:45 p.m.: The Baptist Student Un
ion will have its weekly meeting at the
Battle House behind Kenan Residence
Hall. The theme this week is concern
ing the Oxfam Fast. Anyone interested
is encouraged to come. Call 942-4266
for more info.
6 p.m.: Save Our Recyclable Re
sources (SORR) will meet at the Cam
pus Y. All those who are interested are
invited to attend.
University Counseling Center
sponsors a BROTHERS discussion
group for and about black male stu
dents in Chase Hall's Upendo Lounge.
Graduates and undergraduates wel
come! Call 962-2175 for more info.
Presbyterian Campus Ministry
will have its undergraduate dinner at
the Student Center, 110 Henderson St.
7 p.m.: The UNC Outing Club will
meet in 205 Union.
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority will
sponsor "Racism: Does The Bigotry
Continue," with Sonja Stone facilitat
ing, in the BCC. All are encouraged to
Muslim Students' Association
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tween Adolf Hitler and Pol Pot was that
Hitler had a gas chamber. Pol Pot didn't.
They had plastic bags, they had sticks,
they had bayonets with which to kill."
But the killing of citizens was not the
only scar left on Cambodia by the
Khmer Rouge, said Pran. "Hitler did
not destroy the country, war did. The
Khmer Rouge turned Cambodia upside
Pran said the movie "The Killing
Fields" helped to tell the story of the
Cambodian conflict and the ensuing
struggle for peace. "The movie helped
a lot in trying to tell this story to the
world. Many people say that it's too
violent. The violence that you saw in
'The Killing Fields' was soft compared
to what we went through.
"'The Killing Fields' isn't just my
story it's the story of the Cambodian
people. I am very grateful that I sur
vived, and my mission is to let you
know what's going on."
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(MSA) will have a short meeting for all
members who paid their dues in 210
Union. We will elect a new treasurer.
Campus Crusade for Christ: Join
us for fun and fellowship in 211-212
Union to hear speaker Jimmy Long talk
on "Christian World View."
7:30 p.m.: The Carolina Comic
Book Club meets in 3 14 Greenlaw. All
comic book fans are welcome to par
ticipate in our friendly, open discus
sion. Carolina Economics Association
sponsors a presentation "Where Are
We Headed?" with Ed Bernstein, for
mer chairman of the International
Monetary Fund, who will speak on the
changes in the U.S. current account and
the effect on our standard of living.
Don't miss this program in 105 Gard
ner. 8 p.m.: IRSS announces "The Mak
ing of an Intellectual Woman: The Case
of Simone do Beauvoir, or Feminist
Theory and Pierre Bourdin's Sociol
ogy of Culture" withToril Moi of Duke
in Toy Lounge of Dey Hall. Sponsored
by UNC Women's Studies. Call 962
3908 for more info.
SEAC's marine action committee
will meet at the Campus Y.
CUABCabaret will sponsor Ca
lypso Caribbean Night in the Cabaret
until midnight. Tickets are $2.
Chimera meets in 210 Union. Vice
presidential elections will be held.
11 p.m.: WXYC 89.3 FM will play
the new album from Glass Eye Hello
Young Lovers in its entirety with no
ITEMS OF INTEREST
UCPPS is collecting all resumes of
seniors interested in working for non
profit organizations after graduation.
Bring resume to 21 1 Hanes Hall before
Jan. 19 for inclusion in a book from
UNC, NCSU, NCCU and Duke to be
sent to NPOs.
Student Government Tutoring
Program offers FREE tutoring in Econ
10; Chem 11; Stat 1 1 and 23; French;
Legal Problems ?
Attorney at Law
NC LAW SCHOOLS ADMISSIONS PANEL
Deans of Admission of U.N. C, Wake Forest,
N.C.C.U., and Duke Law Schools will discuss
admissions, provide information, and answer
questions about their law schools.
THURSDAY, NOV. 16, 3:00PM,
ROOM 224 STUDENT UNION
ALL STUDENTS WELCOME
An Evening with Mike Cross
UNC G Campus Activities Board
Saturday, November 10th, 8PM
flycock Auditorium, Greensboro, NC
Tickets Available at flycock Bok Office
$0 Advance $io at the door
For more Information call 334-5546
Spanish; and Math 22, 30 and 31. All
students interested in receiving help
please come to Peabody Hall Tuesday
nights from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. Room
assignments will be posted in Peabody
The 1990 Yackety Yack, the year
book of the University of North Caro
lina, is having portrait sitting through
Nov. 22 in 21 3 Union. Call 1-800-873-7591
to register for your appointment.
The photographs of Frederick
Robert Stipe will be on display at the
Hanes Art Center Gallery through Nov.
The Orientation Office will hold
informational meetings for all students
interested in the 1990 orientation com
mission on Nov. 17 at 12:30 p.m.; Nov.
20 at 4 p.m.; and Nov. 21 at 6:30 p.m.
in 211 Union. Applications are avail
able at the meetings only.
Sign up this week at the Learning
Skills Center in 204 Phillips Annex for
$35, 8-week, test preview sessions for:
GMAT, LSAT, GRE and MCAT.
The UNC Bridge Club will sponsor
the campus-level qualifying round of
the 1990 North American Collegiate
Bridge Championship on Nov. 21 . Call
933-8642 for more information.
Epsilon Sigma Alpha is holding its
chartering ceremony Nov. 20 at 8 p.m.
in 21 1 Union. Call Emily Harrison at
933-3 109 for membership applications
and additional information.
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