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AH rights reserved We proudly congratulate UNC's newest Phillips Ambassadors. p PHILLIPS m AMBASSADORS Phillips Ambassadors Spring 2008 Each Phillips Ambassador has been selected to pursue individual programs and unique journeys in Asia this spring. Safe travels and memorable discoveries! Amanda Barbee William Shrader Gamer, North Carolina Asheville, North Carolina CET Vietnam Immersion Program Minnesota Studies in B.A. Anthropology International Development in India BA. Political Science Adam Boyle Charlotte, North Carolina Andrea Sorce Chinese University of Hong Kong Raleigh, North Carolina For further information: 8.5.8A. Business Administration UNC Semester in Southeast Asia Visit the Phillips Ambassadors Program B.A. Economics information table at the Study Abroad Fair Tina Chen-Xu Wednesday, January 16 Raleigh, North Carolina Alekhya Uppalapati 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. QEE: Shanghai Kitty Hawk, North Carolina The Great Hall - Student Union B.SJLA. Business Administration Chinese University of Hong Kong 8.5.8.A. Business Administration WWW.Studyabno3d.Unc.edu / phillips Stephanie Liu Chattanooga, Tennessee T TTVT/^ National University of Singapore IMI G} c) BA L B.A Economics • *— ■ - Embark on a Journey ... Discover Asia TODAY Anniversary celebration: Alpha Kappa Alpha, the first black sorority, is celebrating its 100th anniversary with step performances, songs and refresh ments in the Pit and the unveiling of an art exhibit in the Union Art Gallery. Time: noon; 6:45 p.m. Location: the Pit; Union Art Gallery Interest meeting: Engineers Without Borders will discuss a joint UNC and Duke project that addresses inadequate water supplies in Peru. Time: 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. Location: Michael Hooker Research Center Room 001 Incarcerated Women program: Female panelists who have spent time in jail will examine the chal lenges facing incarcerated women and the effects of the criminal justice system on women inmates. 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Chiara Austin, Ben Baden. Mary Ann Barone. Bloi Byrum. Cokn Campbell. An*ew Ryan Cosgrove. Abby Faison. Elisabeth Gdberl. Dand Grlmor. Meghan Hanr*,. Kevm Kdey. Doroeße Kucera. Anthony MePeet Keßen Mowe. Matthew Pnee. Meghan Pnchard, Lindsay Ruebens Emdy Stephenson Christian Wisseh. Meghan Woods Seth Wright Editorial Production Stacy Wynn manager Printing: - jng*Web Printing Cos Drstrihution: Nxk and Satah Hammonds Dose Shaming went too far FROM STAFF AND WIRE REPORTS A Murfreesboro, Tenn., resident was charged with aggravated assault after he pulled a knife on people who purportedly drew a penis on his face while he was passed out Upon awakening, Scott Masse approached three laughing men, demanding to know the culprit’s name, according to The Murfreesboro Post Masse pulled the knife and started yelling he would cut people until he found out who drew- on his face. NOTED. A man rep resenting himself to be a Catholic priest was arrested in Amsterdam when he was caught with nearly 8 pounds of cocaine under his robes. Dutch border police said. The suspect, who has not yet been identified but was traveling from Bolivia, first tried to refuse a routine body check “for religious reasons." POLICE LOG ■ Michael Thomas Brown. 27. was cited for causing a disturbance on a P2P bus Sunday, reports state. During a fight with another male. Brown became belligerent and punched a hole in the roof of the bus, causing an estimated S2OO in damage, reports state. He proceeded to flee the scene and was not identified until after the incident, reports state. ■ Wayne Alexender Parrish, 48, was arrested for felony pos session of a stolen motor vehicle Saturday afternoon, according to Chapel Hill police reports. Parrish was arrested after he was found riding in the stolen vehicle, reports stated. He was held at Orange County Jail on a $3,000 secured bond. He was scheduled to appear in court Monday in Hillsborough, reports state. ■ Police cited two students Saturday for consuming an alco holic beverage underage outside the entrance of Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity, according to Chapel Hill for Baiiy for Brel QUOTED. “When mum and dad aren't home, sometime you act in ways that you wouldn't act... I think the kid's going to come in for an ear-bashing." Australian police official Rob Hulls, after police busted a 16-year-old s house party fea turing more than 500 drunken revelers, according to ABC. Riot police and a helicopter were called to the scene. police reports. Officers administered prelimi nary breath tests. At least one of the individuals cited was report ed as uncooperative, according to reports. ■ The Bicycle Chain of 210 W. Franklin St. suffered a breaking and entering attempt early Sunday morning, according to Chapel Hill police reports. The business was last secured at 9 p.m. Saturday, before some one broke a S4OO glass window to gain entry. Nothing else was reported stolen, according to reports. ■ A purse was stolen from the Kappa Kappa Gamma soror ity house at 302 Pittsboro St. on Friday, according to Chapel Hill police reports. Non-forcible larceny from a building was reported. A S4OO Coach purse, a SIOO Coach clutch, a SSO Coach wallet and a S2OO cell phone were reported stolen. A credit card, ATM card and drivers license also were reported stolen, reports state.