November 1,1995 4 Campus News Visitation; from page 1 search concerning the wide vari ety of issues affecting visitation. The following issues are being addressed: • Resident and non-resident stu dent opinions • Possible hours of visitation • Possible days of visitation • Honor Code policies • Residence hall policies • Effectiveness of Open House • Security • Dorm Access • Visitor Parking • Guideline for visitors • Responsibilities of students with visitors • Dorm life experiences • Housing with no visitation • Residence Life responsibilities • Possible effects of visitation on Meredith traditions These are only a few of the issues that must be considered when inves tigating a possible change in the cur rent policy. All students, staff and . administrators are encouraged to pro vide insight and ideas. Students must remember to consider that the pro cess of proposing change takes time and research. Policies challenged by students are not changed overnight. A great deal of thought must be put into all area of interest. Students should use their representatives to express opinions and suggestions. If you have any questions or sug gestions, please contact any of the following individuals: Senate Chair: Erica Balmer Senate Secretary: Carol Swink Senate Advisor; Shelly Hoover Senior Senators: Anna Andrews, Beverly Benton and Jennifer Munden Junior Senators; Janna Carwile, Angie Edrington and Donna Gurganus Sophomore Senators: Emily Gale, Aubrey Henderson and Amanda Ledford Freshmen Senators: Mandy Baker, Susan Barkley and Shannon Faulkner • AMC Senators: Kristi Burch and Susan Jenkins Faculty Representative; Dr. Alan Ammann ATTENTION AttRKMTH STUDENTS! Looktna to eom some extra money during ^e Spring Semester? The omce ofAh/mnoe fixations has fust the fob for you. IS students ore needed to work on the Alumnae Phonathon for donations to the Collegers Annutd fund. You wilt be working in the Alumnae House two nights per week (Tu&tdays and Wednesdays) from febivary 6 tiuvugh April 24. {Spring Break week off) This is a great opportunity to earn some extra money and gain some valuable experience in telemadceting and fund raising. Stop ^ tite Alumnae House today to fill out an application, for more information caB Mary Kate Keith at ext 8391. Career day at Meredith by Deanna Griffin MAPSCMeredith Alumnae Preparing Students) Career Networking Day was an insightful resource provided by The Office of Alumnae Relations, the Networking Committee of the Meredith Alumnae Association, and The Office of Career Services. Eight different valuable career information sessions were held last Thursday. Both Meredith under graduates and post - graduates attended the sessions to exchange questions and answers with Meredith alumnae who have successful careers in the fields of psychology, science, health care, communications/public relations, sales, fashion merchandising, marketing, accounting and more. Those who attended were informed on topics such as interviewing, job placement avenues and specific duties involved in certain job positions. This professional, yet friendly atmosphere provided the perfect opportunity for students to freely seek answers to important questions, and helped students feel more secure about where to go and what to do once they graduate. “Invest In You: Pushing Yourself To The Limit Without Falling Off The Edge” Take some time out for yourself and join us for the annual fall confer ence which puts your needs first. Outstanding speakers include Dr. Jean Jackson, Dr. Cindy Bross, and Dr. Deborah Crandall. Come and learn about how to project profes sionalism within the time and stress limitations of a real person with a real life. If you have questions call Mary at #7932. Hopetoseeyou there! What; Fall Conference sponsored by the NC Association of Family and Consumer Sciences When; November 18th, 9:30 AM- 2; 15PM Where: Dogwood A&B below Belk Dining Hall Requirements: Pre-register with Mary Russell #7932 this week Cost: $10 members; $15 non-members ($5 will be refunded if you join NCAFCS during the conference) This money will cover luncheon, handouts, and speaker costs. If you want to sit in on one panicu- lar speaker, there is no charge. Do You Need A "Home" Aw(^ From Home? ION Each Sunday Morning... Bible Study 9:15am Worship Service 10:25am Mid-Way Baptist Church 6910 Fayetteville'Road Raleigh, NC 27603 (919) 772-5864 Spring Break-Nassaii/Paraclisc Island, f :ancun and Jamaica from $299*00. Air, Hotel,Transfers, Parties, and More! Organize a small group, and earn a FREH trip plus commissions! Call 1-800*822-0321. Festa Italiana November 7 6-7pm in Joyner Lounge, Rm. 103 for anybody interested in things Italalian (you don't have to speak Italian to come)

Page Text

This is the computer-generated OCR text representation of this newspaper page. It may be empty, if no text could be automatically recognized. This data is also available in Plain Text and XML formats.

Return to page view