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Thursday, January 13, 2000
Campus Calendar
Today
5:30 p.m. - The National
Association for the Advancement of
Colored People will hold its general
body meeting in Union 205.
Friday
4 p.m. - Dr. Ludwig Deßraeckeleer
of the Duke University physics depart
ment will present, “Neutrino Mass
and Mixing” in 277 Phillips Hall. The
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JANUARY
13 TH BLUEGROUND UNDERGRASS ($7)
14 FR SUPERCHUCK" w/Rondelles
15SA MAYRIESUSA / STARPOINT / COMAS
16 SU THE SUNDAY SHOWCASE {8 BANDS. $2) 4PM
18 TU GIANT SAND W/SIVE STYLE
19 WE SNAKE OIL & MEDICINE SHOW
20 TH MANDORICO
21 FR DUEL OF THE IRON MICS
22 SA CRAVIN' MELON" w/ Agents of Good Roots
24 MO DROP KICK MURPHYS''
25 TU funky METERS"
26 WE THE BUSINESS" (SB)
27 TH FIGHTING GRAVITY/COLLAPSIS
28 FR MANIA" (Dance party)
29SA SNAPCASE/ANTI FLAG/BURIED AUVE/
SAVE THE DAY
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2 WE Grove Collective
3TH Cowboy Mouth” (sl2)
4 FR Bio Rithmo" ($7)
SSA Jets To Brazill" (SB)
6SU Machine Head" (S10)
7MO Old 97's" (SB)
8 TU STEEL PULSE" (Sl7)
9WE GUSTER (SB/S10)
11 FR CAREY PIERCE
12 SA GRAN TORINO
13 SU FLICKER
14 MO THE SAMPLES" (S10)
16 WE STEVE FORBERT" (Sl2)
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19 SA HOT WATER MUSIC
20 SU DONNA THE BUFFALO
22 TU REVEREND HORTON HEAT/HANK
WILLIAMS III" (SI 1)
24 TH Lambchop
25 FR 20 MILES/808 LOG
28 MO KENNY WAYNE SHEPERD" (sl7)
29 TU JONATHAN ROMAN" ($8)
COMING MARCH 9: PAULA COLE" (Sls)
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JANUARY
19 WE Paper Heroes.
Pennyracer
21 FR JohnSvara
22 SA Half Japanese. Clok-Lok
FEB 4 Royal Trux
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4:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. - The
University of Chicago’s Berthold
Hoeckner will present, “Schoenberg’s
Eyes and the Moment of German
Music,” in 103 Hill Hall.
A reception will follow.
Wednesday
12:30 p.m. - There will be an
a.p.p.l.e.s. summer internship infor
matron session in Union 208.
4:30 p.m. An information session
on the Class of ’3B Summer
Fellowship Abroad will be held in
South Gallery' in the Union.
The session will be a question-and
answer opportunity for all sophomores
and juniors interested in learning more
about the $3,000 fellowship to plan a
WHAT DO YOU WANT IN A CAREER?
A friendly, collegial atmosphere that
blends exciting challenges with ful
filling rewards? Career advance
ment opportunities? The pride of
becoming part of a 200-year-old
tradition? You know what matters—
and you can find it at The University
of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
COMPUTER LAB
ASSISTANT j
The UNGChapel Hill Office of Human
Resources, Training and development
Department is currently seeking a graduate
student to work in the newly established
computer lab. The purpose of the lab is to
both 1) allow employees to become more
proficient in computer applications such os
Word, Excel, and the Internet and 2) pro
vide employees with learning experience of
the computer-based traininq system of
PLATO.
Qualified candidates will be proficient in
applications such as Word and Excel,
capable of simple troubleshooting in a LAN
environment, patient with first-time users,
and willing to learn the PLATO system. The
position is for eighteen hours per week. The
schedule can vary but will need to include
hours from 3:3opm-s:3opm, from
1 1:00am-2:00pm, and from 8:00am
-10:00am. The job will pay $lO per hour
and will start as soon as possible.
Interested candidates should contact
Claire Miller at 962-9682 or
cfmillerQunc.edu UNC-Chapel Hill is an
Equal Opportunity Employer.
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project abroad for summer 2000. For
more information, call 962-5661.
Items of Interest
■ Applications for Campus Y
Executive Committee positions will
be available at the Campus Y beginning
Jan. 18.
Elections will be held Feb. 8. For
more information, stop by the Campus
Y or call 962-2333.
■ Freshman and sophomore stu
dents can pick up applications for the
Honors Program in 225 Graham
Memorial. The deadline for the appli
cations isjan. 26.
■ Conversation Partner applica
tions for the spring semester are avail
able at the International Center, which
is located in Union 116.
English-speaking volunteers meet
with foreign students one-on-one for an
hour of conversation.
■ Class of ’3B Summer Fellowship
Abroad applications are available at
the International Center, which is locat
ed in Union 116.
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Forum Still Seeks New Leader
Bv Jamila Vernon
Staff Writer
Employee Forum members are still
looking for anew chairperson after Jane
Stine’s term ended last week.
Stine said that although three to four
people expressed interest in the posi
tion, no one has made a firm commit
ment.
But she said she felt confident that it
would be filled by February.
In many ways, the forum functions
as a union by allowing employees from
all areas of the University to voice their
concerns at meetings each month.
“People are daunted by the amount
of extra work,” Stine said. “There is no
extra pay or time off.”
People are concerned about taking
time off from their jobs to hold office,
she said.
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They also have other personal
responsibilities like their children or
church, she said.
Matt Banks, secretary of the
Employee Forum, said the position was
not an easy one to fill because of the
demand for employees in other areas.
“There are 600 vacancies at the
University; other people have to work
to fill in for that,” Banks said.
“It’s also been a difficult year, given
the things that have happened at the
University'.”
The employee vacancies were also a
problem last year. Stine was working on
fixing them before her one-year term
officially ended.
However, Stine’s term as a delegate
to the forum is also over, which pre
vents her from running again until the
year 2003.
Until the position is filled, the orga
nization will be run primarily by the
Executive Committee.
“I will be working closely with the
new vice chair w'ho was elected in
January,” Banks said.
In addition to leading the forum, her
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“You have to understand, the
processes and have an attitude
of service to the University
and its employees. ”
Jane Stine
Former Employee Forum Chairwoman
responsibilities also included running
four monthly meetings, being active on
the Executive Committee, supervising
the forum assistant and being a central
figure in the University-wide
Committee.
About this time last year, Stine
focused on several pressing employee
concerns, including employee parking
spaces on campus that would be lost to
campus development projects.
She also turned her attention to per
sonnel issues.
People interested in the position have
to have a willingness to serve, Stine
explained.
“It’s aptitude and attitude,” Stine
said.
“You have to understand the process
es and have an attitude of service to the
University and its employees.”
The University Editor can be reached
at udesk@unc.edu.
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