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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 16. ‘2OOB
COMMUNITY CALENDAR
TODAY
Blood drive: The Orange County
chapter of the American Red Cross
will conduct a blood drive at UNC
Hospitals in Chapel Hill. Call 966
8468 for more information.
Time: 10 am. to 2:30 p.m.
Location: UNC Hospitals
Study Abroad Fair: This semes
ter's study abroad fair will give
students access to information about
the study abroad office's hundreds
of programs. Former students will be
available, talking about their experi
ences, and study abroad advisers
will be on hand to answer student
questions.
Time: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Location: Union Great Hall
Biology career panel:
Professionals in the biology field will
be part of a panel to talk about how
to use a biology degree. The event is
open to UNC students only, and pro
fessional attire is recommended.
Time: 5 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Location: Student Union, room 3501
Self-help meeting: Those with
anger, depression or stress problems
can go to Recovery I's meeting to
seek help. Recover I is a nonprofit
organization that provides self-help
strategies to individuals.
Time: 7 p.m.
Location: Call 918-3677 for loca
tion information.
A capella audition: Tar Heel
Voices is holding auditions for all
female parts. Sign up in the Pit.
Time: 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Location: Person Choir Room
Meditation: The Carolina
Meditation Club will give students
an opportunity to meditate at its
weekly meeting.
Time: 8 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Location: Student Union, room 3201
THURSDAY
Internship fair preparation:
Students interested in attending
University Career Services' intern
ship fair can attend this session that
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presents...
Thursday, January 17 I 7:30 PM
Memorial Hall
A conversation examining the impact of the death
penalty and our criminal justice system today
Noderated by John C. Boger, Dean and Hade Edwards
Distinguished Professor of Law at UNC
Free admission with ticket
| will give them pointers on how to
• dress, materials to bring and meth
| ods for good introductions:
| Time: 4:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
• Location: Student Union, room 3102
: Library lecture: Wilson Library
• will present a lecture by collector
: Terry Seymour, author of "A Guide
• to Collecting Everyman's Library," to
| celebrate the opening of the exhibit
• 'The ABC of Collecting Everyman's
• Library: Archives, Books, Collections."
i Time: 5:45 p.m.
| Location: Pleasants Family
; Assembly Room
| GLBT-SA meeting: The Gay,
; Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender
| Straight Alliance will hold its first
: meeting of the semester. There will
• be food available for those who
: attend.
• Time: 7 p.m. to 8 p.m.
j Location: Student Union, room 3209
j Book signing: Author Valerie Yow
: will read her book "Betty Smith: Life
• of the Author of ‘A Tree Grows in
| Brooklyn” at Market Street Books.
• Afterward she will sign copies for
j fans. Call 933-5111 for more infor
• mation.
• Time: 7 p.m.
: Location: Market Street Books in
• Chapel Hill
j Immigration discussion: Marisol
| Jimenez-McGee will discuss the
: obstacles that undocumented
• immigrants face when dealing with
: recently enacted laws. The talk is
• a segment of the Orange County
: Bill of Rights Defense Committee
• meeting. Call 942-2535 for more
• information.
; Time: 7 p.m.
• Location: Chapel Hill Public Library
| To make a calendar submission,
• visit www.dailytarheel.com/calendar,
: or e-mail Deputy Managing Editor
• Rachel Ullrich at dthcalendarOgmail.
: com. Events will be published in the
| newspaper on the day and the day
: before they take place and will be
• posted online when received.
• Submissions must be sent in by
: noon the preceding publication date.
News
Dose
Two Americas in pets?
FROM STAFF AND WIRE REPORTS
Maybe Virginia state Delegate Jennifer
McClellan should call John Edwards.
There’s a gap in equality between dogs
and cats.
McClellan discovered the profound differences in
her state while a subcommittee debated her request to
make taking a cat a felony, the same as stealing a dog.
Stealing a cat is a misdemeanor in the state, with a
one-vear penalty. Dognappers can get up to 10 years.
NOTED. A newly elected
Colorado state representative
carrying a family Bible kicked
a photographer who took a
picture of him during a prayer
—and then was sworn in.
When a news photogra
pher took the photo during
a morning prayer, Douglas
Bruce brought the sole of his
shoe down hard on the pho
tographers bent knee.
POLICE LOG
■ An unknown suspect stole a
9 mm handgun from an unlocked
vehicle, according to Chapel Hill
police reports.
The gun, valued at $450, was
reported stolen at 8:34 a.m.
Monday, according to reports.
■ Nicholas Jevone James, 29,
was arrested at 6:14 a.m. Tuesday on
misdemeanor charges of assault on
a female, trespassing and interfering
in an emergency situation, accord
ing to Chapel Hill police reports.
James was confined at the
Orange County Jail without bond,
reports state. He was scheduled to
appear in court Tbesday.
■ A generator was reported
stolen from a construction site at
8:55 a.m. Monday after the storage
container was broken into, accord
ing to Chapel Hill police reports.
The generator is valued at
$3,000, reports state.
■ A 1993 Nissan Maxima
was stolen off N.C. 54 bypass on
Monday at 7 p.m., according to
Chapel Hill police reports.
The vehicle, valued at $2,500,
was located in a parking lot area
when the theft occurred, reports
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A 13-year-old Tampa,
Fla., girl, just an hour after she
was released from a juvenile
assessment center.
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and, in bare feet and paja
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St. Petersburg Times reported.
She was not given a burger.
state.
■ Jack Johnson, 19, was
arrested at 4:40 p.m. Monday on
the charge of failing to appear in
court, according to Chapel Hill
Police reports.
Johnson was taken to the
Orange County Jail in lieu of S3OO
bond, reports state.
■ Edgar Flores Lozada and
Scott Michael Detter. both 18 and
from Hickory, were arrested on
drug and alcohol charges at 12:45
a.m. Saturday on Pittsboro Street
after being found with 65 grams of
marijuana and 2 grams of “crack"
cocaine, according to Chapel Hill
police reports.
Both men are charged with
possession with intent to sell or
distribute marijuana and posses
sion of a schedule II controlled
substance, reports state, and were
held in Orange County Jail in lieu
of SIO,OOO bond pending Monday
appearances in the court of first
appearance in Hillsborough,
reports state.
Lozada also was charged with
underage drinking, and Detter was
also charged with driving while
intoxicated, reports state.
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Recreation Center on South Road Tbesdav evening.
The class is designed to strengthen and define every
major muscle group in one short hour for a full-body work
out. Other classes offered are Zumba! and Yogalates.
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