(D) The ’Editor should attend meetings of the Board of
Trustees-Student Affairs Committee, and all S.C.A.
(E) The Editor is totally responsible for the weekly
publishing of the newspaper.
(F) The Editor shall oversee the coverage of the paper
and shall constantly search for material of interest
to the students and related to the issues in the Essay.
(G) The Editor will be responsible to S.C.A. and the
student body for upholding a high standard of creative
and objective reporting.
THE STRUCTURE OF THE N. C. ESSAY
(A) The N. C. Essay as the student newspaper of the
North Carolina School of the Arts shall be published
weekly by the students.
(B) "Extra" Issues of the Essay shall be published when
news of concern to the students should be released im
(C) A literary magazine shall be sponsored by the Essay
and shall be published biannually.
(D) An advisor for the newspaper shall be the responsi
bility of the academic department and shall be appointed
by that department.
(E) An advisory board shall be set up for the paper and
shall consist of the Editor, the Advisor, the President
of the School, the Academic Dean, the Dean of Students,
and at least one member of the Board of Trustees. This
committee shall meet at least once a year to evaluate
(F) A single copy of every issue during the year shall
be compiled and hard-bound for future reference.
(G) The News Bureau of the School shall make every effort
to keep the newspaper informed and shall notify the
Essay as soon as possible of all urgent news such as the
resignation and appointment of faculty members,
(H) Members of the technical staff of the newspaper
should be employees of the Work-Study program where
(I) Nomination of the Editor will be made by a committee
composed of three Essay Staff Members and the Faculty
Advisor, the President of S.C.A., and one other elected
representative of the S.C.A.
(J) The budget of the N. C. Essay will be managed by the
S.C.A. Budget Committee.
May 4, 1970
The N. C. Essay
About th€ ConsTiTurion
Since the early fall of this year the constitution committee
of the S.G.A. has been working on the formulation and wording of
a constitution applicable to the North Carolina School of the Arts
student body, administration and faculty. Their efforts have re
sulted in this charter, which, if accepted by a ma.jority vote,
will give the students of this school a better form of represen
tation and self-government, through the student council associa
tion, (S.C.A.), than they have known before and will hopefully
aid in establishing better relations between the student body
and the administration and faculty.
There will be a special convocation this Wednesday at 11:45
a.m. to discuss this proposed constitution and the voting will
be held Friday.
Your representatives in the S.G.A. urge the entire student
body to attend the Wednesday dicussion and to vote on Friday.
The importance of this vote cannot be over-stressed. If we
want a functional representative form of student self-government
in the future, the acceptance of this proposed constitution can
be the key vote.
Dance department Representative
The convocation this Wednesday, May 6, will begin fifteen
minutes earlier than usual. Performers in the 1:15 p.m. concert
in the Main Hall auditorium include singers Bernard Davis and
Lynda Smith and pianists Robert Chumbley, Robert Sherman, Sharon
Moss and Jeff Anderson. Chumbley, Sherman, and Miss Moss will
play movements of concertos by Liszt, Rachmaninoff and Gershwin
respectively, which they will play in the North Carolina Sjnnphony
Young Artist Auditions in Chapel Hill on May 9th. Anderson will
play a movement of Rachmaninoff's First Concerto with which he
will compete in the Pittsburg Sjmiphony Young ARtist Auditions,
also on May 9th.
Student of John Mueller
^orks by BaohjGuitain, Lisstj Sunday May 10
4:00 p.m. Salem College
Any student whose name has been ormitted from the list for
pre-registration and has not received an appointment j please
aome by the aoademio office to register.