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The Daily Tar HeelFriday, November 17, 19897
The DTH Campus Calendar is a daily listing
of University related activities sponsored by
academic departments, student services and
student organizations officially recognized by
the Division of Student Affairs. To appear in
Campus Calendar, announcements must be
submitted on the Campus Calendar form by
NOON one business day before the announce
ment is to run. Saturday and Sunday events are
printed in Friday's calendar and must be sub
mitted on the Wednesday before the announce
ment 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.
8:30 a.m.: Black Law Students Associa
tion presents a Minority Law Day in conjunc
tion with the UNC law school until 5 p.m. All
interested minority students are invited to at
tend. 9 a.m.: The Institute for Research in Social
Science announces "Introduction to Covari
ance Analysis Structure," an IRSS Faculty
Seminar with Richard Lennox in 02 Manning
until I p.m. For more info call 962-0516.
12:30 p.m.: The Orientation Office will
hold an informational meeting for all interested
in the 1990 Student Orientation LeaderCom
missioner position. Applications are available
at the meeting only.
2 p.m.: The CGLA, in association with
Human Rights Week, will present a forum on
how sodomy laws are being used to usurp the
rights of people with AIDS featuring 60 Teach
out, winner of several awards for his compas
sion and dedication to people with AIDS. 205
3 p.m.: The computer science depart
ment will hold a colloquium with Jaron Lanier
of VPL Research Inc. titled "Thoughts Upon
Entering the Golden Age of VirTual Reality"
in 01 1 Sitterson.
Graduate English Club presents novelist
Tim McLauren ("Woodrow's Trumpet") and
poet Harry Brody ("Fields") who will read
from their work in 101 Greenlaw.
English department announces a forum
with grad students reading papers of Elizabeth
Barrett Browning in Donovan Lounge of Green
law. 3:30 p.m.: IRSS announces a UNC Macro
Economics Workshop with Ellen McGratten
of Duke in 308 Gardner. Call 966-5332 for
4 p.m.: The Association of International
Students (AIS): Human Rights Around the
World, an open panel discussion, "Hope vs.
Despair," featuring Xueling Bing, a represen
tative from the Chinese National Human Rights
Committee; Robert Rupen, UNC political sci
ence professor; and Dale McKinley, a graduate
student in political science. 100 Hamilton.
6:30 p.m.: Focus, The Graduate Chapter
of Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship spon
sors "Foundations of American Democracy
A Christian Perspective" with guest speaker
Lynn Buzzard, law professor at Campbell
University. Supper provided. Meet at 413
Granville Road.Call962-1930or942-7759 for
7 p.m.: The Union will show "Dangerous
Liaisons." Admission is $1.50. Other show
ings will be at 9:30 p.m. and midnight.
8 p.m.: The UNC Clef Hangers will have
their fall concert in Memorial Hall. Tickets are
$4 and available at the Union box office or the
Pit For more info call 942-CLEF.
11 a.m.: The UNC Gaming Club will meet
in 220 Union.
6 p.m.: Women's Lacrosse Club will
practice on the Astroturf until 7:30 p.m.
7 p.m.: The Union will show "Murmur of
the Heart." A second showing will be at 9:30
The Black Student Movement will pres
ent its 1989 Miss BSM Pageant in Great Hall.
The cost is $2 for BSM members and $3 for
8 p.m.: SEAC's Rainforest Action Group
will meet in the Campus Y lounge to discuss
monstrous, world-changing projects.
The music department presents the UNC
Jazz Band under the direction of James Ketch
in Hill Hall Auditorium. FREE.
ITEMS OF INTEREST
UCPPS is collecting all resumes of seniors
interested in working for non-profit organiza
tions after graduation. Bring resume to 211
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; 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 assign
ments will be posted in Peabody Hall.
The 1990 Yackety Yack, the yearbook of
the University of North Carolina, is having
portrait sitting through Nov. 22 in 213 Union.
Call 1-800-873-7591 to register for your ap
pointment The photographs of Frederick Robert Stipe
will be on display at the Hanes Art Center
Gallery through Nov. 21.
The Orientation Office will hold informa
tional meetings for all students interested in the
1990 orientation commission on Nov. 20 at 4
p.m. and Nov. 21 at 6:30 p.m. in 211 Union.
Applications are available 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
The UNC Bridge Club will sponsor the
campus-level qualifying round of the 1990
North American Collegiate Bridge Champion
ship on Nov. 21. Call 933-8642 for more infor
mation. Epsilon Sigma Alpha is holding its char-
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