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January 13,1993 page six
Rrst Citizens Bank, Jan. 5-19
State Farm Insurance Company,
SouthemNational Bank, Jan. 12-
Atcom, Jan. 14-28
First Wachovia Bank & Trust,
Carolina Telephone & Telegraj*
Company, Jan. 14-28
•ATCOM - Administrative As
sistant - Excellent opportunity for
mature, assertive person eager to
work in busy office. Call Kim
Chestnutt, Human Resource Coor
dinator, P. O. Box 13476, RTP, NC
27709, 544-5751 or 832-1324.
•ATCOM - Telemarketer -
Charlotte office. Generate new busi
ness and follow-up - base salary
$18,000 plus commission. Call
Renee Larrieu 832-1345.
•ATCOM - Account Represen
tative - Greensboro and Charlotte
office - Outside Sales, Call Renee
•Wellspring Grocery - Kitchen
Assistant - Food Preparation, 8-hour
shifts - flexible, $5/hr. Ridgewood
Shopping Center. See Rick LeKoski.
•Sunshine Records Internship
Program - Any Major. Retail and
Promotions positions. Details in Of
fice of Career Services.
•News Reporter Intern with
The Herald-Sun/Raleigh Extra.
Call Kim Spurr 876-8814.
Spring semester brings higher
by Susan Finley
The 1993 spring semester has
seen the arrival of many students
new to Meredith.
According to Sue Todd of
the registrar’s office the total num
ber of newly enrolled students is
242. This includes graduate, un
dergraduate, re-entry and non-de
The total will fluctuate dur
ing drop-add, but the overall num
ber of re-entries is impressive, ac
cording to the registrar’s office.
Sandra Close, director of the
re-entry program, said this semes
ter re-entries total 102, but also
said that number would level off at
aroimd 86 after drop-add. According to
Close, this is a record enrollment.
Close contends that re-entry stu
dents choose Meredith for many of the
same reasons as traditional students.
She says they “like the small classes
and the one-on-one faculty’’ relation
ships Meredith provides.
Close said most re-entry students
“enjoy being in the classroom with
traditional-age students.” She said most
re-entry students are returning to school
because they have experienced changes
in their lives, such as divorce. Many are
completing a degree, and many are
getting degrees for the first time in
hopes of getting better jobs.
An informal counseling
group to share and explore
issues dealing with Eating
the Meredith College
& Counseling Center
Wednesday, January 20
Call 829-8427 for information.
Library adopts new system for interlibrary loans
Policy to make fees more "predictable'
by Susan Squires, Carlyle
Many of you use the
interlibrary loan system through
the Reference Department of the
Library to increase resources for
your research. In the past when
you have asked us how much a
loan or photocopy will cost, we
have not been able to answer accu
rately. Fees are assigned by the
lending library and vary greatly,
from free to as much as $10 plus
photocopy cost. The costs are
based on who owns the material
and how much they charge, or from
your perspective, how lucky you are.
This system has not been satis
factory for many of you, though some
of you have graciously agreed that “it
all balanced out.” In an effort to make
life more predictable for all of us, the
Reference Department has decided to
institute a standard policy for photo
copy charges. As of January 4, the
charges will be $ 1 for one to four pages
and $.25 per page for five or more
Also, we have created a request
form which you will fill out when plac
ing a request. Completion of this
form will assure us that we have all
the necessary information to place
your request and that you under
stand the basic policies of
interlibrary loan. For those of you
who are used to handing us lengthy
printouts, do not fear. We will not
require a separate form for each
request. Simply give us one form
and the printout with the items you
We hope these changes in the
system will benefit all. Please let us
know what you think.
16‘1 - ITEM PIZZA
12‘ 1 - TOPPING PIZZA
I a i SODA
& 2 SODAS
Forum on cultural diversity
planned for Thursday
I 50( per item fra additional itemsi .j^
1 TOPPING PIZZA:
Sun - Thurs
11 AM - 1:30 AM
FrI - Sat
11 AM -2:30 AM
by Kristen Tyvoll, SGA Reporter
“Cultural Diversity at Meredith,” a forum to promote awareness of
diversity on campus in regard to curriculum and social activities, will be held
Thursday, 6:00 p.m., in Kresge Auditorium. The forum is co-sponsored by the
Association for Black Awareness (ABA) and the Student Government Asso
ciation (SGA), and Nadia Ali, Jennifer Hartig and Rhonda Smith will be its
ABA and SGA believe that as Meredith expands it vision, its students
need to become more aware of other nationalities and cultures. The members
of ABA and SGA encourage students, as well as administrators and professors,
to learn more about cultural diversity by attending this forum.
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