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Any current Meredith student can
obtain her own account by complet
ing a short application and training
session at the Office of Technology
Services in Johnson Hall.
Over the summer break, dormitory
rooms were outfitted with outlets for
easy computer access. If students own
their own laptop or desktop computer,
they can connect to the Internet by
purchasing a network card, for ap
proximately $ 100 at the Meredith Sup
ply Store. Computers are availalile for
everyone in the Harris, Ledford and
Joyner computer labs.
Hunter, Cate Center and a desig
nated hall in each dorm is equipped
with computers for students’ use. In
using these facilities, students requir
ing the computers for academic pur
poses should be given priority over
students using them for leisure like
playing solitaire or sending e-mail.
However, if there is not a long line
of students with papers in hand, the
new system is lots of fun for “surfing
the Internet”. Also remember that even
in using these computers your actions
are subject to the Meredith Honor
Code, as well as federal and state copy
Obscene, abusive, or threatening
messages, chain letters, unauthorized
account access and shared passwords
are specifically prohibited by Meredith.
To protect yourself be sure to al
ways completely log out of your ac
count before leaving or turning off
your terminal, so no one can seize the
opportunity to view or send messages
from your account. If you run into any
glitches or problems with the system,
don’t hesitate to call the Technology
Help Desk, whose campus number is
HELP (4357). Any further questions,
compliments or complaints may be
brought to the attention of Balia
through e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Social Change Model of Leadership Development” with Cheiy'l Jenkins, Director
of Student Activities and Leadership Development and Shelly Hoover, Assistant
Director of Student Activities and Leadership Development.
The focus of the general session was the Social Change Model Leadership
Development. This model promotes equity, social justice, self-knowledge,
personal empowerment, collaboration, citizenship and service.
Leadership is a process rather than a position. It facilitates change and
recognizes that all students are potential leaders.
“It was great to have the opportunity to introduce students to a new
leadership development model. The model challenges all of us to rethink how
we define leadership and how we can be change agents for the common good,”
MAPS Career Networking Day
(Meredith Alumnae Preparing Students)
Thursday, Oct. 26, 1995 in the Wainwright Suites
(Belk Dining Hall, Lower Level)
Don’t miss this day of valuable career and major information given by graduates of
All Meredith Students Are Invited
• Eight different sessions in business, communications and public relations, health
sciences, paralegal and MBA programs, and in those hard-to-find jobs for liberal arts
• Get information about companies that hire Meredith graduates.
• People ’Who Need People- Human Services, Human Resources, Psychology, Sociology
• More Than Test Tubes and Computers- Science, Math, and Health Care
• Money Makes the World Go ‘Round- Accounting, Financial Services
• Post Graduate Study- Paralegal studies program
• Reading, Writing & Speaking- Communications/ Public Relations
• The Art of the Deal- Sales, Marketing, Fashion Merchandising, Interior Design
Mardi Gras '95
MEA presents WHITE IRIS BALL
Featuring: The Tony Elliot Band
What: fall semi-formal
When: Nov. 10,1995 9 p m. to
Wliere: Raleigh Civic Center
Who:Yon and your special
How much: $40—2 tickets
Tickets will be on sale Monday,
Nov 6th and 10th in dining hall-
lunch and dinner and MEA
balloon gallery Monday-Tliurs-
day 10 a.m.-4 p.m.and Friday
10 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Questions please call Hollie or
Christina at #7911
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