TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 2(i 2008
Lunch workshop: Peak Academic
Success and Satisfaction is holding
a workshop called "What Do You
Need For Academic Success?” to
help students to reach their aca
demic goals. The event is open to
UNC students only.
Time: noon to 1:30 p.m.
Location Student Union, Room
Painting class: Now is the time
to sign up for oil painting classes
for beginners at the Century Center
in Carrboro. Classes are open to
people 18 years of age and older
and will begin March 4. The cost
is S7O. For more information, visit
Time: Tuesdays 1 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.,
beginning March 4
Location: Century Center in
Author event Tiffany Christensen
will discuss and sign her book "Sick
Girl Speaks!" at Market Street
Time 7 p.m.
Location Market Street Books
Fundamentalism in Judaism,
Christianity and Islam There
will be a guest speaker who special
ires in American religions from the
Department of Religious Studies. The
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event is hosted by Interfaith Alliance
Time 7 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Location Saunders Hall, Room 204
Alice McDermott reading Alice
McDermott, the Morgan writer
in residence, is the National Book
Award and American Book Award
winner. Her book, "After This," was
a finalist for the Pulitter Prize in
2007 She will give a free reading
Time: 7:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m
Location Hill Hall auditorium
Bingo The School of Public Health
is inviting its students to participate
in a game of bingo. There will be free
food and drinks served
Time: 5:30 p.m.
Location: Michael Hooker Research
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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.
That’s one heck of a ride
: FROM STAFF AND WIRE REPORTS
A New York man in a tiff with his girlfriend clung
to her roof and punched her through the car
window as she drove more than a mile on a busy
road and hit several other cars, police said. Both
were hurt in the incident and were arrested, police Sgt.
Manfredo Figueroa said.
The man, William Kremer, reportedly jumped onto the
car and held on as girlfriend Stacey Sperrazza wove down
the road with the car's air bag inflated.
She eventually stopped the car and hit him with it, police
Sperrazza, 37, of Stony Point, was arrested on a felony
charge of reckless endangerment. Kremer, 42, of Haverstraw,
was arrested on a misdemeanor assault charge.
NOTED. A school bus driver in
Beaver County, Pa., said he told
students he was an undercover
officer so they wouldn't misbehave
| on the bus. They sure didn’t.
William Dunn. 59, will be
charged him with impersonating
1 a public servant.
Dunn said a fellow bus driv
er, who has asthma, had been
! harassed by students, and he was
j driving her route that day.
QUOTED “Now we just have
to teach the dogs how to tie their
Duesseldorf, Germany police
spokesman Andre Hartwich,
about a plan to outfit every police
dog with blue fiber shoes.
The footwear is meant to pro
tect the dogs, who often step on
shards of glass from broken beer
bottles in the streets. They are
blue to match police uniforms.
The Carolina Women’s Jj yf
Center is hosting a y'
celebration of female
student artists to kick off
Women’s Week 08!
Selected work will be shown at
Jack Sprat, Sugar land, and the
Send up to 5 jpg, 120 DPI linages to
Ashley Fogle at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please
include your name, year, and email
address and the following information
about each piece: title, size, 2-3
sentences about the work.
deadline: march 1
CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS
■ Someone pushed a cart full of
Budweiser beer and food out of a
Food Lion without paving Sunday,
according to Chapel Hill police
Twelve cases of beer, valued at
$192, and food, valued at SIOO. was
stolen at 1:39 p.m. at the 1720 N.
Fordham Blvd. Food Lion but later
was recovered by police, according
B A UNC Hospitals employee
was charged with driving while
intoxicated, according to Chapel
Hill police reports.
Bryan Ray Christian, 29, of 605
Jones Ferry Road in Carrboro, was
stopped at 400 W. Franklin St.
after he drove onto the curb on two
occasions, reports state.
He blew a 0.20 on the Intoxilyzer
and was confined to the Orange
County Jail at 4:30 a.m. Monday.
Reports state he was to be released
on written promise to appear in
court April 1 when he became
B Eggs were reportedly thrown
at a Sir Richard Lane house at 11:21
a.m. Sunday, according to Chapel
Hill police reports.
■ Police responded to a an
argument concerning the exces
sive use of a washing machine at
5:39 p.m. Sunday at 323 Brooks
St, according to Chapel Hill police
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