January 13, 1969 The N. C. Essay
(' ' A STATEMENT OF POLICY ON THE USE OF DRUGS [
» at the north CAROLINA SCHOOL OF THE ARTS |
The North Carolina School of the Arts has a legitimate interest in the j
regulation of drug use by its students for the following reason: Drug use |
is in violation of State and Federal Law.
Federal law for all narcotic and marijuana offenses is five years for
the first and ten years for the second and subsequent offenses of unlawful
sale or importation. Unlawful posession carries sentences of two, five,
and ten years for first, second, and third offenses. Suspension of sen
tence, probation and parole are prohibited for all but the first offense of
North Carolina State law for narcotic drug offenses, which specifical
ly includes marijuana, provides, for the first offense, a fine of not more
than $1,000 or imprisonment for five years, or both, at the discretion of
the court. A second offense carries a fine of $2,000.00 and imprisonment
of not less than five nor more than ten years. A third offense carries a
fine of $3,000.00 and a term of imprisonment of not less than fifteen years.
North Carolina State law for barbiturate and stumulant drug offenses pro
vides, for the first offense, a fine of $1,000.00 or imprisonment for two
years, or both, at the discretion of the court.
The North Carolina School of the Arts muse operate within the require
ments of these laws. Students at the School will not be protected by the
School from the effect of violating any provisions of these laws.
In order to clarify the position of the School's Administration and
Student Government Association the following rules concerning drug use
and/or posession have been adopted:
(1) The possession, use, or transportation of marijuana, narcotic,
barbiturate, and stimulant drugs without proper medical prescription by
students of the North Carolina School of the Arts whether on or off campus
is strictly prohibited.
(2) Any student who encourages or supports another student in the use
of drugs whether on or off campus shall be considered in.violation of
rule (1) above.
Students in violation of either of these two rules shall be cited
to the Review Board for disciplinary action which may result in suspen
sion or expulsion. Parents or guardians of students discovered to be in
violation of these rules shall be notified immediately.
(aon't from p. 1)
Working with Miss Dailey are:
Director, Ira Zuckerman; Set Design
er, Charles Evans; Costumes, Agnes
Lattak. The cast are: Mother Cour
age; Irene Dailey; Katriu, Cynthia
Darlow; Eilif, Gordon Minard; Swiss
Cheese, Dale Hedrick; Cook, David
Wood; Chaplain, Douglas McCorkindale
Yvette Pottier, Christine Rosania;
Swedish Commander, Terrell Bennett;
Old Colonel, David Sutor; Young
Soldier (Scene 4), Randall Rickman;
Recruiting Officer, Roger Griffin;
Sergeant (Scene 1), Robert Murray;
Ordnance Officer, Sam Barcelona;
Man With The Bandage, Fred Avery;
Sergeant (Scene 3), Stephen Bordner;
Older Soldier (Scene A), Neal Bell;
Old Peasant Woman (Scene 11), Jean
Kuclar; Young Peasant Son (Scene 11)
Michael Mullins; Peasant Son (Scene
8), Gary Enck; Old Woman (Scene 8)
Katherine Gambs; Peasant Woman
(Scene 5),Susan Weiner; and Peasant
(Scene 5), Tom Cavano.
Previews will start February 25
-27. Opening night is February 28
and MOTHER COURAGE will continue un
til March 9.
TO PLAY FRIDAY
The Student Chamber Orchestra of
the North Carolina School of the Arts
will give its first public concert at
8:15 p.m. Friday, January 17, in the
auditorium of Main Hall at the School
of the Arts. The concert is open to
the public without charge.
Marc Gottlieb, first violinist
with the Claremont String Quartet, is
conductor of the orchestra. He and
other members of the quartet have
been in residence at the School of
the Arts since the school opened in
The orchestra is composed of ap
proximately 30 students. Most of
them are advanced music majors who
have been studying at the school for
the past several years. The chamber
orchestra was formed last September,
and rehearsals are held every Tuesday
The program will Include:
Bach's Brandenburg Concerto No.
5 with soloists Glen Wilson of Green
ville, Illinois, harpsichord; Renee
Siebert of Richmond, Va., flute, and
Beethoven's Horn Sextet with so
loists Dan Ashe of Winston-Salem and
Jerry Folsom of San Luis Obispo, Cal.
Bach's Brandenburg Concerto, No.
Jan. 14 - 8:15 p.m. Choral Concert !
Jan. 15 - 11:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. I
(Wed.) Convocation for all stu- I
dents in grades 8, 9, 10.
and 11. An explanation
and description of a pol
icy on the Use of Drugs at
NCSA. Room 113, Main
Building. (Attendance re
11:30 a.m. Student Music
Recital in the Main Audit
12:00 p.m. Trampoline In
struction in the Theatre.
12:45 p.m. - 1:45 p.m.
Convocation for all stu
dents in grade 12 and
first year in college.
Drug policy explanation.
Room 113, Main Building.
2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Convocation for all second,
third, and fourth year co
llege students. Drug pol
icy explanation. (Atten
8:00 p.m. Swimming at YWCA
8:00 p.m. Film at Wake
Forest-Othello. Dir. by
With Laurence Oliver, Mag-
gie Smith, Frank Finlay. j
;Jan. 17 3:00 p.m. Film at Wake j
(Fri.) Forest. Beatles - A Hard
; Day's Night. Color.
I 7:00 p.m. A Hard Day's
j Night. I
8:15 p.m. Mr. Gottlieb's
9:00 p.m. A Hard Day's
Jan. 18-1:00 p.m. Horseback Riding
Jan. 19-1:00 p.m. Bowling.
4:00 p.m. Faculty-Student
Tea in the Girl's Dorm
Check the student activities board
for events not yet scheduled.
Saint-Saen's Septet with solo
ists Ralph Neiweem of Northfield,
111., piano; and Gary Buchanan of
The concertos, the horn sextet
and the septet will all be played by
the entire orchestra.