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October 17, 1991
Rob Whiteslde/The Pendulum
Students replenish fluids after giving blood Tuesday in Jordan Gym.
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According to Dr. Young, the
finances for the new student center
will come from tax exempt bonds.
Tlie fitness center and library
renovations will be Hnanced by a
fund raising campaign.
Dr. Young said the new
renovations are not intended to
raise tuition, but could be
indirectly related. The buildings
will cost closc to a half a million
dollars to operate yearly.
No longer will students have
to walk down the street to pick up
package mail. Instead, they will
walk to the parking lot beside
Jordan Gym to the new student
center where all mailboxes, mail
packages and the mail room will
Offices are planned for the
sccond floor of the new student
ccnter. No decision has been made
as to whether they will be faculty
or student organization offices.
Dr. Young said he wants to keep
the use of the building flexible.
Jordan Gym and Alumni Gym
will be renovated at the same
time. Renovations include a new
fitness ccnter which should be
started this coming spring. One
new addition will be a sundeck
above the pool on the second
The front of the gyms will be
on the west side of the building
where there will be a new
walkway. The old tennis courts
will no longer exist, instead there
will be grass and trees.
Student parking lots now
located behind the Ellington
Health Center will be part of the
new building. The parking lots
are going to be moved further
back. Dr. Young said that
changes to student parking lots
will not start until after seniors
graduate this May.
According to Dr. Young, the
collcge has added over 900 parking
places within the last five to six
Most people are aware of
Carlton already being renovated.
The classes in Carlton will be able
to hold up to 75 students. The
project is running smoothly and
should be finished by the end of
In addition to these changes,
the library is also going to be
renovated. Plans for the library
have not yet been drawn.
The Board has decided that
more lighting around campus
should be available for students'
protection, as well as a card key
system for one of the resident
Dr. Young said one of the
goals of the Board is to make the
North area of campus just as nice
as the South area of campus.
Construction plans and
models arc on display in the
rotunda of Alamance building.
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for underage drinkers is part of
our job. We investigate when we
receive noise complaints and
complaints on underage
According to Ingle, most of
the underage drinking violations
are issued to college students.
While the number of alcohol
related arrests are up, the numbers
of people driving under the
influence are down. From August
26, 1990 to October 14, 1990,
16 people were arrested for
"More people are using a
designated driver or choosing to
walk when going to parties."
Ingle said. Since August 2S,
1991, there has only been 10
D.W.I. arrests in the town of
North Carolina law states
that people under the age of 18
who are caught drinking or
possessing alcohol can be charged
with a misdemeanor crime and
face fines of up to $105.
Nineteen and 20-year-olds caught
with the possession of alcohol
receive a $10 citation.
According to Bob Martin,
assistant district attorney for
Alamance County, the maximum
penalty for distributing alcohol to
a minor is two years in jail. He
went on to say that most pe(^le
arrested for this offense receive a
suspended six month jail sentence
and they must pay a high fine.
"One of the toughest
punishments involved with this
crime is that the violators are
given a criminal record which
can end up tamidiing a person's
chances for success in a
competitive job market," Martin
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