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2The Daily Tar HeelThursday, November 29, 1990
On-campus job recruiting
January 22 - February 1
Resume drop: Dec. 4 Open Sign-up: Jan. 16
Date Company Positions Majors
122 Dataflow Companies SALE BU, ECON.
J22 Lehman Brothers ANAL ANY
'422-25 NCNB BNKG BU.ECON,
123 Morgan Stanley & Co. DETAILS PENDING
il23-24 First Wachovia Corp. ACCT.BNKG, BU, ECON,
FINN, GMGT ENGL, HIST,
124 Electronic Data Systems COMP, MATH
.124 General Research Corp . DBMG, ORSA COMP, INF,
PROG, SOFT APMA, ORSA
-124 Hewitt Associates ACTS ACTS.APMA,
124 Prudent ial Bache Capital FINN ANY
125 Lutron Electronics Co. DETAILS PENDING
,'i28-29 Procters Gamble SALE BU, LIBA
-128 West inghouse Electric DETAILS PENDING
129 American National DETAILS PENDING
jl29 C&SSovran BNKG, FINN BU
129 Carolina Telephone GMGT BU, INDR
t129 Nash Finch GMGT ANY
'130 General Electric Company COMP, INF,
,130 General Electric Company BU, ECON,
130-31 Trust Company Bank BNKG, FINN BU, ECON
130 United Inter-Mtn Telephone ACCT, FINN BU, ECON,
GMGT, MIS COMP
131-01 Apple Computer RESC COMP
J131 Data General ACCT, FINN, BU, INDR,
: . GMGT, MIS APCS
'131 Ford Motor Company SALE BU
131 Norton Company SALE BU
'131 William M. Mercer, Inc. MGTC, ACTS ECON, ACTS,
! APMA, COMP,
I 201 Public Financial Mgmt FINN ANY
- For more information, contact University Career Planning and
; - Placement at 962-6507.
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From Associated Press reports
BOSTON About one in 500 U.S.
college students is infected with the
AIDS virus, and further spread of the
deadly disease is likely on campuses
unless students change their sex habits,
a study concludes.
Based on the new findings, the U.S.
Centers for Disease Control estimates
that between 25,000 and 35,000 college
students are infected with HIV, the AIDS
"Risky behaviors are occurring, and
now we know we have the infection. It
is cause for concern and appropriate
attention," said Dr. Helene D. Gayle,
who directed the study.
The CDC study is the first nationwide
attempt to judge the presence of HIV on
college campuses, said co-author Dr.
Richard P. Keeling of the American
College Health Association.
It shows that the virus is probably
about as common there as in the public
However, the researchers cautioned
that AIDS could still spread dramatically
among college students, just as some
other sexually transmitted diseases have
"I think probably the most important
thing from this study is that it shows us
'raft not necessary to
By KAREN DIETRICH
Although military reserves are being
used extensively, the Gulf Crisis will
not require the U.S. government to re
institute a draft in the near future, ac
cording to government officials.
"We have the manpower required to
carry out the mission in the Middle
East," said a representative of the Armed
The Department of the Army did
issue a moratorium on discharges of all
army personnel last Friday, but this
should not be taken as an indication of
an impending draft, experts say.
"The latest we've heard is that we're
not going to reinstate a draft. There
would have to be some circumstances
unforeseen at this time," said Lt. Col.
Ron Deaver, Commander of the Raleigh
U.S. Army Recruiting Battalion.
"The draft is a dirty word (at the
Pentagon)," he added. "The volunteer
army has been extremely successful. It
Noon: The Office of Child Care Coordinator
and Child Care Networks presents a lunchtime fo
rum, "Finding Child Care for the First Time," with
Amy Rabb, in 2 Manning until 1 pan.
4 p.m.: The Institute for Research in Social
Science will offer an IRSS text analysis short course.
"Nota Bene's Text Base, with Jose Sandoval, in 2
Manning until 5:1 5 p.m.
5 p.m.: The Wildlife Conservation Committee
of SEAC will hold a meeting in the Campus Y. Find
out about exciting events!
6 p.m.: The Presbyterian Campus Ministry
will have an undergraduate dinner at the Presbyterian
Student Center, 1 10 Henderson St.
The Student Homeless Outreach Coalition will
meet in the Campus Y Lounge. This may be the final
meeting of the semester. Please come by if you are
Career Planning and Placement Services an
nounces that Case Western Reserve University's
Weatherhead School of Management will hold a
reception in the North Parlor at the Carolina Inn. All
students are invited to attend.
7 p.m.: The Buildings and Grounds Committee
will hold a public forum in Gerrard Hall to discuss
alternatives sites for the sculpture, "The Student Body."
The Writing Center is conducting a workshop on
incorporating source material in research papers, in
222 Greenlaw until 8 p.m.
The CUAB Gallery Committee announces a
Before Christmas? But of course -tremendous
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the most Lots of selections on
choice clothing and sportswear.
( Entire stock Suits not
off sales price.
. Group Suits to $395 at Chiistrnas Sale $99.90. .
All Sports Coats not ie-reduced, take $35 off
(For instance reg. price $225; sale price $139.90;
Christmas Sale $104.90)
All Dress Slacks not re-reduced, another $10 off
Travel Sport Coats, reg. $165, at absurd $29.90
All Topcoats and All-Weather lined coats, $35
All Leather Jackets one half of sale price.
All Dress Shirts, Sport Shirts and Sweaters not
i re-feduced, take another $5.00 off sale price.
Lots of gift giving sportswear at fabulous reductions.
With these super buys, fill
and have a ball
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1 in 500 students has
the potential," said Keeling. "The com
bination of a sexually transmitted dis
ease tossed into campus behavior has
the potential for very serious conse
quences in the future. It also shows us
we have an opportunity to prevent that."
The study was based on random
testing of blood samples drawn from
16,863 students at 19 schools, most of
them large state universities. It found
that two-tenths of 1 percent of the stu
dents were infected with the virus.
"This is both good news and bad
news," commented Leighton Ku, a
public health specialist at the Urban
Institute in Washington.
"It's good that it's not sky high, as
some might have feared. But it's bad
that it's there at all."
Among other results of the study,
published in Thursday's New England
Journal of Medicine:
Overall, the survey found 30 AIDS
infected students. All but two of them
The infection rate was half of 1
percent for men and two-hundredths of
1 percent in women.
D Those over age 24 were seven times
more likely than younger students to be
B At 10 of the 19 campuses, the sur
has exceeded everyone's expectations."
A draft is only likely in the case of a
full-scale war, experts say.
"(A draft) is likely in case of a gen
eral war with full mobility. First we
would see the call up of more of the
reserves and the National Guard," said
Commander Guy Connell, Executive
Officer of Naval ROTC at UNC.
There has been a great deal of dis
cussion about the draft on campus, said
Robert Rupen, political science pro
fessor at UNC.
"When you don't use the draft, there
is the question of whether the brunt is
being borne by the blacks. Also, the
class business - no college kids, or very
few, (are in the service)," Rupen said.
"There has been some talk and
pressure, but I ...doubt that it will hap
pen," he said.
"It also may turn out that there will be
some relation with how the economy is
going," Rupen added. "If there is a
downturn in the economy with more
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 announcement is to run. Saturday
and Sunday events are printed in Friday 's calendar and must be submitted 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.
reception for sculptor Gregory Podgomy. His con
crete and metal sculptures are now on display in the
Union gallery. Reception until 9 p.m.
8 p.m.: Spanish House LivingLearning Pro
gram: Si te interesa la cultura y la lengua de
hispanoamerica y espana, ven a "Charlemos" con
nosotros de la casa espanola. Cada jueves a las ocho
en el segundo piso de la residencia Carmichael.
Bienvenidos a todos! Preguntas? 933-0924.
Chimera, Science Fiction and Fantasy Club, will
be enjoying an evening of sampling different role
playing games. Anyone who wants to learn more
about gaming is welcome to attend the meeting in 208
ITEMS OF INTEREST
CAA announces that ticket distribution for the
Jan. 9 Maryland game will be Sunday, Dec. 2 from 6
Campus Y Crafts Fest Committee announce that
Crafts Fest will be Friday, Nov. 30-Sunday. Nov. 2 in
Great Hall. The festival features the work of more
reduced, take another $50 "
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Downtown Chapel Hill
vey turned up no AIDS infections at all.
The researchers noted that the risk of
AIDS for college students is far lower
than among some other groups, such as
male homosexuals and drug abusers.
4The potential clearly exists, how
ever, for the further spread of HIV in
fection in this population, and preven
tive measures are needed," they wrote.
Keeling said the study underscores
the need to persuade college students to
use condoms, limit the number of their
sexual partners and otherwise reduce
their risk of becoming infected.
"Our concern is that now that we
have documented the presence of HIV
on college campuses," he said, "it is
essentially a reservoir from which the
virus can spread to other people if we do
not succeed in changing behavior."
Keeling, who also runs the student
health service at the University of Vir
ginia, said students often feel as though
AIDS is something that does not concern
them. Other factors that may enhance
the spread of the virus include wide
spread casual sex, poor skill at negoti
ating safe sex practices and the frequent
combination of sex while drinking,
which makes people less cautious.
However, Ku participated in a recent
study that found that condom use among
augment forces in gu
unemployment, there will be more
people (voluntarily entering the ser
vice)." UNC senior David Pearson said he
did not consider the possibility of a draft
until the military started cutting off
discharges from the service.
"Now that they are not rotating, I'm
getting a little worried, but I think there
would only be (a draft) if it's dragged
out for a long time," he said.
Morgan Whitney, UNC senior, said
he did not expect a draft. "I can't see
Sadam Hussein turning this into a war
that's going to require that kind of a
military commitment," he said.
Many UNC students said they would
be unwilling to fight for the U.S. cause
in the Middle East in the event of war.
"I have no clear indication of why
we're there, and I think it's unconstitu
tional for all this to be happening without
Congressional approval," Pearson said.
"I would only consider going if Congress
than 40 professional artists and craftspeople, for ex
hibit and sale, to benefit the Campus Y. A 1 2 foot by
12 foot section of the AIDS Quilt, co-sponsored by
The Names Project, will be displayed for National
AIDS Awareness Day. For more info, call 962-2333.
The Black Pre-Professional Health Society and
Alpha Epsilon Delta invite anyone interested in
participating in a Gross Anatomy Lab Tour at the
medical school to contact Nelson Lea at 933-3 1 36 or
Tifani Davis at 933-7316.
SAFE Escort needs you! Paid positions are avail
able. Sign up now at the Union desk for interviews to
be conducted all day on Dec. 6. Completed applica
tion not required for interview. Women encouraged to
The 1991 Yackety Yack staff reminds you to put
on your best face! Portraits will be taken by Thorton
Studios now through Dec. 13 in 213 Union. Call 1 -800-873-7591
for an appointment
The amount spent on light fixtures at
the new Delta Zeta house was inaccu
rately cited Nov. 28. The cost for the
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teenagers has doubled during the past
Dr. Steven Weinstein of the Univer
sity of Massachusetts Medical Center
recommended more intensive programs
by colleges to change students behav
ior and attitudes toward sex, drugs and
"We want to create a new milieu on
campus, where safer sex is the in thing,
and it is unacceptable to be blitzed out
of your mind," he said.
The study was based on testing of
blood samples drawn for other pur
poses at student health centers. Even
though the researchers promised not to
reveal AIDS rates at individual cam
puses, Keeling said many schools re
fused to participate because they feared
being labeled as "an AIDS college."
Universities that took part were
Central Missouri State, Emory, Mis
sissippi State, Northwestern, Rutgers,
San Diego State, Southern Illinois,
California at Berkeley, Colorado,
Connecticut at Storrs, Georgia, Kansas,
Maryland at Baltimore County, Mary
land at College Park, Massachusetts at
Amherst, New Hampshire, Southern
California, Texas at Austin and the
University of Washington.
A UNC junior who asked not to be
identified said he would not fight for
this cause. "I would go down to the
police station, or whatever, and put
myself in prison," he said. "If the cause
were more legit ... I'd be there, but
there's no way I would go."
Whitney said he would take the op
"If I knew a draft was coming up ...
I'd go ahead and join the Navy in some
communications factor, or I'd fill out
deferment papers," Whitney said. "I
love my country a lot, but I don't want
to come home in a box ... I'm not sure
that this particular conflict is one that I
want to put my life on the line for."
Senior Steve Grasberger was the only
student interviewed who said he would
readily enter the service in case of a
draft. "I've given it some thought, and I
decided ... that I would probably vol
unteer before they call me," he said.
UCPPS announces a resume drop for employers
recruiting Jan. 22-Feb. 1, 1991 to be held on Tuesday,
Tar Heel Recycling Project announces that the
mobile drop-off site for today is on the grass island
near the two Ehringhaus Residence Hall dumpsters.
for Dec. 11. Games will start at 7:30 p.m. in 220
Union. Competition is open to players of all levels and
it is free. Everyone who is interested in playing or
watching the game is kindly invited.
UNITAS applications for 1991-92 year are now
available at the Union desk. Black Cultural Center and
fifth floor of Carmichael Residence Hall. The dead
line is coming up soon so don't delay! Find out what
being culturally and racially aware is all about.
Play Makers Repertory Company will present
"The Nutcracker A Play," Nov. 28-Dec. 22 at the
Paul Green Theatre.
The Carolina Union Activities Board Theatre
Arts Committee present William Shakespeare's
"Twelfth Night" in the Cabaret now through Dec. 2.
The play is set in the I920's. Admission is S3 for
students and $5 for the public. Call 962-1 157 for more
The Carolina Union Gallery Committee is
pleased to announce "Recent Works." a sculpture
exhibit by Winston-Salem artist Gregory Podgomy,
in the Union gallery now through Jan. 1 1 .
house and land was $800,000. The DTH
regrets the error.