Campus News September 30, 1992 page six Kappa Nu Sigma inducts new members Career Connections •U.S. Peace Corps information session: Wednesday, SepL 30, 10:00 a.m. - Career Resource Room, 2nd Floor Cate •Recruiting Sign-Up continues for Northwestern Mutual Life, through Oct. 7; Carolina Power & Light, through Oct. 7; Omni Business Ma chines, through Oct. 8; Three Springs of North Carolina, through Oct. 9 •Part-time administrative posi tion with prominent local art gallery. Administrative and client service re sponsibilities. Familiar with word pro cessing and basic bookkeeping. 25 hpw/Tues., Thurs., Sat. Contact Gor don Folger, 829-8341 •Internship/Co-op, Spring ‘93, Human Resources, Norrell Tempo rary Services, 10-20 hpw, academic credit only, any major - will learn applicant screening and employer matching; will be involved in quality control process; will learn customized software; will help with reference checks; will learn EEOC laws. Con tact Beth Wright, 781-3867 •Legislative Internship spring semester, take 2 courses at NCSU in Political Science for 6 hrs. academic credit, work 25 hpw in the General Assembly, receive 12 hrs. total credit, pays $200/wk. for tlie semester. Infor mation session with General Assem bly representative on Wed., Sept. 30, Kresge Auditorium. •International and travel inter est? Accept this non-paid/academic credit internship position with Great ExpectationsMagazine.Tv/opositiom available for Journalism, International Relations and Political Science ma jors to help with editing, proofing, processing, etc. Send resume and cover leter to Julie A. Millward, PO Box 18036, Raleigh, NC 27619. Accept ing applications for this fall semester. The deadline for spring semester is Feb. 10 and for the summer is May 10. •The Foreign Service Written Examination, Nov. 7 - Appl. Deadline: October 2. For application fonns or other career and employment opportunities in Foreign Service, write to Dept, of State, Recruitment Division, PO Box 9317, Arlington, VA 22219. •School Volunteers Needed - Mentors and tutors needed to encourage students to succeed in school. Requires one hour per week at school site. Contact Wake County Communities in School, 4000 West Chase Blvd., Suite 150, Raleigh, NC 27607, 821-7731. by Mallory Hearn On Thursday, Sept. 17, the Meredith College scholastic honor society. Kappa Nu Sigma, held their fall induction ceremoy. Kappa Nu Sigma was pleased to induct twelve new senior mem bers in recognition of their out standing academic achievement and to award two Helen Price Scholarships to the sophomore and junior with the highest grade point averages in their respective classes. The students inducted were Samantha Pierce Boone, Susan Delia Broadwell, Amity Jo Brown, Annette Susan Green, Margaret Goodnight Hattaway, Jennifer Lee Huggins, Karen Parrish Jarmon, Leigh Anne Perkinson, Sarah Katherine Sumner, Melinda Claire Walker, Christy Burnette Wall and Dawn Clifton Ward. The ceremony was conducted in the Alumnae House by Heather Beard, the president. Mallory Heame, the re porter, gave the history of Kappa Nu Sigma, and the secretary, Kate Wilson, delivered the prayer. Dr. Sarah En glish, Kappa Nu Sigma advisor, con gratulated each new member on her accomphshments. Several other faculty members. Sophomores to hold Mother/Daughter Tea by Amy Bond What memory will stick out most in your mind after you leave Meredith College? Will it be driving up for the first time for freshman orientation, dressing up for Cornhuskin, getting that special class ring your junior year, meeting and going out with a new big or little sister, running the three legged race in Stunt, or graduating on Mother’s Day on the island? No matter what your memory is, when a younger someone twenty years from now tells you that they attend Meredith College, you are likely to ask them about a certain tradition, and if it still exists. The young college student will answer, “Yes, of couse, it is one of our bigger traditions! ” Your heart will be warmed by the answer as you think back to the fall of 1992 when your mother came and cried throughout the whole program because she was so proud of you. The Mother/Daughter tea is now an added tradition at Meredith. It started last year with the Class of 1994. The Class of 1995 feels it necessary to carry this special tradition on. Tliis Saturday, during Parents Weekend, approximately 200 mothers and daughters will gather in the amphitheatre for a special program. The guest speaker will be Anne Pugh. She has two daughters, is secretary to Chuck Taylor, and is very respected in the Raleigh community. After she speaks, Amy Whitt, a member of the sophomore class, will respond from a daughter’s perspective. We are all looking forward to Saturday afternoon. My biggest hope is that the tradition continues year after year. Someday you might find yourself sitting on the steps of the amphitheatre with your own daughter. Dr. Jean Jackson, Dr. Norma Rose, Dr. lone Knight and Dr. Michael Novak, as well as other Kappa Nu Sigma members, also attended the induction ceremony. After the induction of the new members. Heather Beard presented the two Helen Price Scholarships. Angela J. Parks was the sophomore scholarship recipient, and Jeannine Grant was the junior scholarship recipient. A reception honoring the new members of Kappa Nu Sigma and the scholarship winners followed the induction ceremony and a brief business meeting. SGA forum planned by Kristen Tyvoll Do you have questions or sug gestions concerning the plans and actions of Meredith’s SGA? If you do, or if you just want to get to know your SGA officers and hear their goals for the year, you are invited to attend the SGA forum on Thursday, Oct. 1,6:00-7:00 p.m., 103 Joyner. According to SGA president Jennifer Hartig, the forum is a time for the student body to talk with the SGA and voice its concerns and opinions about life on the Meredith campus. Jennifer feels that it is very important that the students at Meredith are aware of the goals and plans of the SGA. She stresses that everyone at Meredith has a voice and the purpose of this forum is to give the SGA officers the opportu nity to listen and respond to Meredith students. Wednesday Protect Yourself! Worship with the senior class fundraiser promoting personal Oct. 7 safety. Jonathan Eidson • pepper guard College Minister •kubation keychains at First Baptist •police whistles Church, Raleigh Sept. 29- Oct. 1 in the Cate Center and the Courtyard

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