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Monday, November 12, 2001
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a BSM-sponsored candidate was defeat
ed. Traditionally, Mr. and Ms. BSM,
elected in September, are required to
run for positions in the court.
BSM Vice President Brad Picot said
Ms. BSM was unable to run due to per
sonal reasons, but Higginbotham was a
good choice for sponsorship by the BSM.
“Shavla’s been a pretty active member,"
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UCIS November 12-16, 2001
International Education Week
10:00am - 2:00 pm
Free T-shirt silk screening and henna painting!
Bring your own T-shirt or buy one for $5.
8:00pm, Hill Hall
CHispA, Hip Hop Nation, Persian Cultural Society,
Mezmerythym, Kamikaze, and more!
Global Connections: International Opportunities Fair
TUESDAY, 10-3 pm, Great Hall Free Food! Festivivities! Door Prizes!
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Sponsored by the University Center for International Studies.
For more information call 902-0860
Congratulations to the Fall 2001 Order of Omega Initiates!
Order of Omega is an academic and leadership honor society
recognizing the top 3% of juniors and seniors in Greek organizations who have achieved a cumulative GPA of 3.000
and who have demonstrated significant leadership in the Greek community and on the UNC campus.
Nene Ann Basinger Phi Beta Chi Philanthropy Chair; GAA Advisory Board
Evan Durant Bell Phi Delta Theta Chapter President; IFC Secretaty
Michelle Burnette Kappa Delta Panhellenic Representative; Emerging Leaders Program
Nicholas Carr Delta Upsilon Chapter President; UNC Resnet
Brandy Chapman Delta Zeta Chapter President; National Society of Collegiate Scholars
Jennifer Frances Delk Zeta Tau Alpha Recruitment Assistant; UNC Advertising Club
Alan W. DeMatteis Kappa Sigma Social Chair; UNC White Ribbon Campaign
Christopher Lee Durham Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. NPFLC Vice President; Teaching Felbws
Lea Gessaman Alpha Chi Omega Chapter Vice President; Carolina Economics Association
Katie Gibel Kappa Delta Vice President, Membership; Big Buddy Program
Rebecca Lynn Goodman Kappa Delta Scholarship Board; Elementary Tutoring
Jonathan Harris Chi Psi Philanthropy Chair; DTH, Senior Writer
Clifford Hepper Chi Psi Chapter Vice President; Order of the Bell Tower
Shay/a Celeste Higginbotham Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Vice President, Rush Chair; Senior Marshall
Mark Hosemann Lambda Chi Alpha Chapter President; UNC Dance Marathon
Kate Hoskins Alpha Chi Omega Panhellenic Delegate; Carolina Contacts
Emily Hunt Alpha Chi Omega Risk Management Co-Chair; Big Buddy
Jennifer loli Kappa Delta Dance Marathon Representative; Elementary Reading Tutor
Brandi Rochelle Jackson Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. Chapter Vice-President; MLK Student Liaison
Tonia Rosana Jacobs Alpha Pi Omega Sorority, Inc. Chapter President; GAC Secretary
he said, noting Higginbotham’s position
as the BSM’s on-campus coordinator.
Higginbotham could not be reached
for comment Saturday and Sunday.
Cherry, who was elected to be Mr.
BSM in September, said his two tides
are equally meaningful to him.
“(Winning Homecoming king) is some
thing I will remember, show my chil
dren and cherish forever,” he said.
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Amanda L. Bowen Alpha Chi Omega
Brooke Lauren Davidson Zeta Tau Alpha
Kristen Doss Zeta Tau Alpha
Rebecca Dunham Delta Zeta
Debra Grafman Phi Mu
Elinor Johnsey Pi Beta Phi
Carroll Leatherman Pi Beta Phi
Anne Lentz Zeta Tau Alpha
Allyson Lippert Kappa Delta
Georgiarut F. Mak Alpha Kappa Delta Phi
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dinner discussion on sex offender regis
tration; speeches about minority track
ing, legislative views on children's rights
and the United Nations Convention on
the Rights of the Child; the Social and
Economic Justice Fair, which will offer
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was that ordinary people were shut out
of the political process," he said. “She
wants to put the people back in the mid
dle of the political process.”
Parker never before has held public
office. Instead, he served as a doctor in
the military for eight years.
“I’m not running to further my polit
ical career because I don’t have a polit
ical career,” he said. “We should send a
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Spring 2001 Initiates
opportunities to get involved with chil
dren’s rights; and a visual display called
“Remember the Children.”
For “Remember the Children,” to be
held Friday, the Youth Outreach com
mittee will be hanging T-shirts and
paper dolls in Polk Place. The shirts and
dolls represent the number of children
who are abused every’ 15 minutes and
the number of children who die of
senator from North Carolina to
Washington rather than have a repre
sentative from Washington come to
North Carolina - someone who is truly
invested in North Carolina.”
Parker said he hopes his platform will
attract conservatives in the Republican
party who supported Helms for more
than 20 years. He added that he will
focus on health issues, lower taxes and
the preservation of individual rights.
Parker said his disappointment in the
other Republican candidates pushed him
toward his decision to enter die race.
“I felt that the candidates that
announced they were running were not
Kimberly Paige Jessen Alpha Delta Pi Corresponding Secretary; Greek Judicial Board
Sarah Katherine Leaver Kappa Delta Vice President, Public Relations; UNC Dance Marathon
Laura Lee Sigma Sigma Sigma Philanthropy Committee; C-START Program
Paul Stanger Lee Alpha lota Omega Chapter President; APPLES Service Learning Program
Drew Lineback Chi Psi Chapter Secretary; Blue and White Graphic Design
Ryan Malone Kappa Delta Vice President, Member Ed.; Campus Outreach for
Wilson Fletcher Manuel Chi Alpha Omega Chapter President; Heels to Heaven
Mary Owen McDowell Kappa Delta Chapter Secretary; Campus Tour Guide
Julie Cecelia McManus Alpha Chi Omega Chapter Secretary; Orphanage Outreach
Kelly Ann Phillips Alpha Chi Omega Chapter Standards Board; DTH, State and National Desk
Meredith Rebecca Pressley Phi Mu Assistant Secretary; Elementary School Volunteer
Meghann Maria Proie Phi Mu Assistant Treasurer; APPLES Service Learning Program
Deedee M. Rouse Delta Delta Delta Public Relations Committee; Student Security & Safety Committee
Stephanie Sanders Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc. Chapter President; NAACP, Educational Excellence Committee
Natalie Waites Alpha Chi Omega Panhellenic Delegate; Panhellenic Vice President
Erin Williams Alpha Chi Omega Recruitment Chair; Big Buddy Program
Megan Wilson Phi Mu Chapter Excellence Committee; STV, Broadcasting
Leslie Christine Yaeger Delta Delta Delta Chapter President; American College of Healthcare Executives
Allen Wilson Matheson Pi Lambda Phi
Julie Perkinson Alpha Delta Pi
Brad Picot Alpha Phi Alpha
Brooke Langford Roper Sigma Sigma Sigma
London L. Saunders Pi Beta Phi
Matthew Patrick Shaw Alpha Phi Alpha
Kara Simpson Sigma Sigma Sigma
Katherine Tenfelde Zeta Tau Alpha
Tran H. Tran Alpha Chi Omega
Ashley Forrest Williams Pi Beta Phi
hunger each day, respectively.
“We’ll have 29 T-shirts to represent
that 29 children are reported abused or
neglected every 15 minutes,”
Cunningham said. “Each paper doll will
represent about 10 children for the 17,000
children that die of hunger each day.”
Organizers of Children’s Rights
Week said they hope this week’s activi
ties will increase awareness among
reflective of the people in this state," he
Sellers said he wants to put education
first in his campaign.
“I’m representing the small guy, and
I want better education,” he said. “The
only way to get better education is to get
better teachers and more funding.”
Sellers said he is against subsidizing
tobacco farmers at the expense of N.C.
students. “Tobacco is a very big part of
this state’s infrastructure,” he said. “But
tobacco is a product that sells itself.”
Sellers also said he supports a state
lottery if the money goes toward educa
tion and helping impoverished people.
Sellers is running a relatively small
campaign, printing out press releases
and banners himself and taking an active
role in the development of his Web site.
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UNC students of children’s issues.
“We simply want to bring awareness
to students on issues facing children in
the community and the world," Panjabi
said. “Sometimes we live in a bubble on
campus. We don’t see the negative
things happening to kids.”
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“It’s not going to be about the big money
at some point in time,” he said. “People
either like you or they don’t.”
Impact on the Campaign
Despite these candidates’ ambitions,
Beyle said the relatively unknown candi
dates “are just going to fragment some of
the vote away from the major candidates.”
In North Carolina, if the leading can
didate does not receive more than 40 per
cent of the vote, the runner-up can chal
lenge the winner to a second primary.
Beyle added that he thinks one of the
main reasons a plethora of candidates has
come forth is because of the lack of an
incumbent running. “We haven’t had an
open seat in 30 years,” he said. “Senate
seats don’t come open that often.”
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