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Refugees discussion: The
Diversity Caucus will present
‘Resettlement of Refugees: In an
American and Global Context," with
Dr. Fariyal Ross-Sheriff. Ross-Sheriff
has conducted research and worked
with refugees in the U.S., India,
Pakistan. Bangladesh, Afghanistan
Time: Noon to 1 p.m.
Location: School of Social Work
Health discussion: There will be
a forum, 'History of the N.C. Gay
and Lesbian Health Project" with
Dr. David Jolly, from N.C. Central
University. The discussion will focus
on the organization of gay and les
bian health in North Carolina.
Time: 6 p.m to 7:30 p.m.
Location: 133 Rosenau Hall
Play: Playmakers presents "Doubt"
the story of a principal dealing
with her conscience as she faces a
concern about one of her male col
leagues. The play has won a Pulitzer
Prize and Tony Award. Tickets start
Time: 8 p.m. to 9 p.m.
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and American Activists over a Half
Century, 1950-2000." The book's
editors will be at the bookshop to
celebrate. The book contains essays
and stories about the connection
between African liberation and
American activists, as well as a fore
word by Nelson Mandela.
Time: 3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
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Gov. son has prison fun
FROM STAFF AND WIRE REPORTS
The son of Kansas Gov. Kathleen Sebelius is
selling a prison-themed board game called
Don’t Drop the Soap, made as a project at
the Rhode Island School of Design.
John Sebelius, 23, said those playing his $34.99
game will “fight (their) way through six different excit
ing locations in hopes of being granted parole.”
Levels include prison riots, mob bosses, drug abuse
and gang warfare.
NOTED. A man who
dubbed himself a tantric
master broke his own world
record by standing covered in
ice for 72 minutes.
Wim Hof, 48, stood on a
Manhattan street in a dear con
tainer filled with ice for an hour
and 12 minutes Saturday.
Hof said he survives by con
trolling his body temperature
through tantric meditation.
■ Someone broke into the Chi
Psi Fraternity at 321 W. Cameron
Ave. early Sunday morning, accord
ing to Chapel Hill police reports.
An unknown suspect was
reported as having entered the
house through an unlocked win
dow at 3:40 a.m., according to
■ Lenetta Lashone Thompson,
33, 0f707 Pritchard Ave. Ext., w as
arrested on an outstanding war
rant for larceny Sunday, according
to Chapel Hill police reports.
She was transported to the
police department for process
ing but was uncooperative during
the arrest and booking and was
not fingerprinted. Thompson was
taken to Orange County Jail and
was scheduled to appear Monday
■ Robert Lamont Moore, 26,
was arrested Sunday morning for
driving w-hile impaired and with
a suspended or restricted license,
according to Chanel Hill police
Moore, of 114 Shadowood Drive,
was stopped on Martin Luther King
(Thr Satlii (Car ttrrl
QUOTED. ‘lt’s not, say, a
mean animal or anything like
that, its just sort of in a panic
Dick Stehlin, co-owner
of a Cincinatti meatpacking
business from which a steer
bound for slaughter escaped.
Searchers on the ground
and in a helicopter Monday
were unable to locate the
Jr. Boulevard near Hillsborough
Street for speeding. After officers
smelled alcohol, Moore performed
and failed sobriety tests, according
Moore was confined in Orange
County Jail on $250 secured bond.
He is scheduled to appear in court
Feb. 19, reports state.
■ A man was arrested during a
traffic stop at 10:08 p.m. Saturday
on a half dozen charges, according
to Chapel Hill police reports.
Robert Parks Walden, 20, was
stopped on Cameron Avenue after
making an illegal right on red. He
was arrested when discovered to
have marijuana in his possession as
well as other drug paraphernalia.
He blew a 0.13 on an Intoxilyzer,
W'alden was charged with mis
demeanor counts of possession of
marijuana, drug paraphernalia,
driving with a provisional license,
open beverage, driving on the
wrong side and turning right on
red, according to reports.
He signed a written promise to
appear in court March 4. reports