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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 2005
■ Three men were cited Sunday
night on charges of panhandling,
according to Chapel Hill police
Mark Fowler Johnson, 42,
was cited at 11:01 p.m. at 144 W.
Franklin St. after he approached an
officer and asked him for a dollar to
buy a beer, reports state. Johnson
is scheduled to appear in District
Criminal Court on Dec. 5.
Antonio Eggleton, 32, was cited
at 9:56 p.m. at 151 E. Franklin
St. after he asked a police officer
for money, according to reports.
Eggleton is scheduled to appear in
District Criminal Court on Nov. 21,
Donald Brothers, 49, was cited
at 9:20 p.m. at 137 E. Franklin St.
for panhandling near an ATM,
reports state. Brothers is sched
uled to appear in District Criminal
Court on Nov. 21, according to
■ An arson was reported at noon
Sunday at Bolinwood Apartments,
at 500 Umstead Road, according to
Chapel Hill police reports.
Reports state that suspects
intentionally lit afire and damaged
a fence at the property.
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The landscape damages were
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■ A Waffle Shop waitress was
arrested Saturday on charges of
damage to property, Chapel Hill
police reports state.
Courtney Cooper, 22, of 211
Melville Loop, was arrested at 1:24
a.m. after she was seen vandalizing
an apartment next to her home,
according to reports.
Cooper was released on written
promise to appear in court, accord
ing to reports. She is scheduled to
appear in District Criminal Court
on Dec. 12.
■ A breaking and entering was
reported at 7:44 a.m. Saturday at
the Parent-Teacher Association
Thrift Shop, 103 Jones Ferry
Road, according to Carrboro police
Reports state that a suspect
entered the building by breaking
a glass door. Damages to the glass
door were valued at S2OO, reports
Two hundred dollars was stolen
from the business, according to
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Movin’ on out of Baity Hill
BY WHITNEY KISLING
The time finally has come for
students displaced to student fam
ily housing at Baity Hill to move
into the dorm they originally signed
up for Cobb Residence Hall.
After months of delays —and
a night of Halloween celebrations
students today will begin mov
ing into an unfinished Cobb.
The process which is spread
out during three weeks will con
sist of moving 28 to 30 students a
day in order of their floors, said
Larry Hicks, director of housing.
“That’s the game plan,” Hicks
said. “It’s going to be tight because
there’s still some work being done
in the building, but we’re making
sure the residence floors are ready
Cobb’s basement which holds
the laundry room —and exterior
landscaping still are unfinished,
but both are expected to be done
a few weeks after move-in begins,
Freshman Christy Benson said
she plans on doing all her laundry
before leaving Baity Hill because
residents will have to take their
laundry to a nearby residence hall
until the Cobb facility is complete.
“I don’t want to carry my laun
dry across the street,” she said.
■ The Chapel Hill Downtown
Partnership’s downtown safety
task force is meeting from 8:30
a.m. to 10 a.m. today at the Inter-
Faith Council building at 100 W.
■ Tickets go on sale today for
the Preservation Society of Chapel
Hill’s Holiday House Tour to be
held Dec. 10 and Dec. 11. Advance
tickets are S2O. For more infor
mation contact PSCH director
Catherine Frank at 942-7818.
■ Pieces are now on display for
“ANTARCTICA: Art and Music by
The Never!” in the Student Union
Gallery. The exhibit is sponsored by
the Carolina Union Activities Board.
An opening reception is scheduled
for Nov. 15 in the gallery.
■ Students can sign the cube
with their favorite memories of
UNC from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. today
Others said they are reluctant
“At first I just wanted to move
straight into Cobb, but now I’ve
gotten used to it,” said Amanda
Sale, a sophomore.
Members of the housing depart
ment held a meeting with the stu
dents mid-October where they
distributed moving day schedules
and gave instructions on what the
students should do in preparation
for their move-in day.
Students will be provided boxes
from the housing department and
movers from Landscape Relocation.
The bill for the move will be sent to
CT Wilson, the contractor for the
Cobb renovations, Hicks said.
The students were asked to be
packed three days prior to their
day in case the moving process gets
ahead of schedule.
They are expected to have all of
their things packed, labeled and
ready to be moved at 8 a.m. the day
they are scheduled to move so the
movers can come in any time with
out disrupting their schedules.
“We pack it, and they take it,”
Students were told to leave elec
tronics and other personal items
that they want to move themselves
in their closet or with a note, she
in the Pit. The event is part of
Homecoming Week 2005 and is
sponsored by the Carolina Athletic
Association, the Carolina Union
Activities Board and the General
■ Brandt Goldstein will be
speaking at noon today in the
Rotunda of the School of Law.
The event is part of a national
tour for his nonfiction book,
“Storming the Court,” which
details the story of a group of
Yale law students who success
fully filed a lawsuit on behalf of
prisoners at Guantanamo Bay
during the early 19905.
■ Professors Minrose Gwin
and Jeff Spinner-Halev will
be giving the Kenan Eminent
Professorship Lectures at 4
p.m. today in Hamilton 100.
Admission is free. Gwin will
discuss “Where Are the Voices
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survivor. _ . ... „
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family’s recovery during the months after -The New York Times
the bombing. Using the camera becomes
her way of dealing with the suddenness of
the family’s changed reality.
On Tuesday, November 1, the
University Center for International Studies
will welcome Maggie and present her film \
in the Student Union Auditorium. Vi
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Reception following the '
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UNC sophomore David Doner packs up his dorm room in Baity Hill on
Monday in preparation for his move into the newly restored Cobb Hall.
“We recognize that there will be
some items that the students won’t
want to have the movers move,”
A shuttle service will be pro
vided to the students so they can
move these items themselves
from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. every
weeknight beginning Nov. 1 and
lasting until everyone has been
Freshman Kate Arrants said she
Coming From? Medgar Evers in
the Writings of Margaret Walker
and Eudora Welty,” and Spinner-
Halev will discuss “What is the
Connection Between Democracy
and Nationalism?” A reception
■ The Orange County Board of
Commissioners will host an infor
mation session at 7 p.m. today at
the F. Battle Gordon Courtroom in
The meeting will provide the
community with information about
a special district tax for Orange
County Schools, which will be a
referendum on the Nov. 8 ballot.
■ The Carrboro Board of
Aldermen will meet at 7:30 p.m.
today in the Town Hall board
room. Aldermen will be consider
ing an amendment to allow non
profit organizations to raise funds
on town property.
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plans to hold onto her laptop and
books and use the shuttle service
to move them herself.
Hicks said he does not antici
pate any problems with the move
or the incomplete renovations.
“Our goal is to have every
thing completed by Thanksgiving
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■ Carolina Students for Israel
will honor Israel Week, which aims
to educate the University commu
nity about the country’s culture,
from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday
in the Pit. The group, which also
will be in the Pit Thursday, will
provide students with information
on Israel’s geography.
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