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Don Smith is "Trapped" between Truth and Reality —
The Deadly Game continues Thursday and Friday at
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Internships in various offices of
the North Carolina state government are
open to 24 students this year. Given by
UNC-Chapel Hill’s Institute of State
Government, theten-week summer intern
ships have in the past attracted St.
Andrews students who have worked as
governors’ assistants and attendants in
North Carolina state’s prisons.
Students of all disciplines are
appropriate for the internships because of
the diversity of roles within state govern
ment. The program features v^'eekly
seminars with top-ranking government
officials which focus on current public is
sues and a group-living arrangement with
the other interns, usually in a house on the
North Carolina State University campus.
Interns Wjill earn $200 per week
this year. Any sophomore, junior, or
senior, is eligible to pick up detailed bro
chures and an application from Dr. Ronnie
Newman in the Student Life Office.
Completed applications and supporting
matfepals are due by January 18. Deadlines
must be submitted by January 18.
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