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Author reading: NPR contributor
Scott Huler will be at Bull's Head
Bookshop to read from his new
book, "No-Man's Lands: One Man's
Odyssey Through the Odyssey,"
which deals with themes from the
Time: 3:30 p.m.
Location: Bull's Head Bookshop
Big city meet and greet:
University Career Services is hold
ing an event for UNC students
planning to move to large met
ropolitan cities this summer. The
event will provide an opportunity
to meet UNC alumni and potential
roommates. Reserve your spot at
Time: 4 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Location: Student Union, Room
Book signing: Harvard Divinity
School faculty member Peter
Gomes will discuss and sign "The
Scandalous Gospel of Jesus: What's
So Good About the Good News?"
Time: 7 p.m.
Location: Market Street Books
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Trials of Darryl Hunt: Theta Nu
Xi Multicultural Sorority Inc. is
hosting Darryl Hunt as part of its
Founder's Week. Hunt was wrongly
convicted of murder and rape in
1984. He was cleared 10 years
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Time: 6 p.m.
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Debate: Democratic state Senate
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Kinnaird will debate.
Time: 7 p.m.
Location: Chapel Hill Town Hall
Documentary viewing: William
R. Ferris, a historian and scholar of
American Southern cultures, will pres
ent his documentary film work, which
has been culled from more than four
decades of ethnographic fieldwork
with blues artists in the Mississippi
Time: 7 p.m.
Location: Hanes Arts Center
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Senior events ridiculed
FROM STAff AND WIRE REPORTS
Senior class officers Ashley Shores and Veronica
Mora issued an apology Monday afternoon
after the senior listserv was sent a satirical e
mail bearing the officers' names.
The sender, whose Onyen identifies him as Jeremy
Purser, lampooned senior bar nights. Student Stores, tuna
and the senior slideshow. “All those pictures you put onto
Facebook are going to be shown on a projector
screen!!!” Purser wrote.
NOTED. William Bianchi
was easy to find when he fled
after crashing his car while
drunk. He was dressed as a
His hair was also singed
from escaping a burning car. It
didn’t help that a friend with
him was dressed as Superman,
the London Daily Mail reports.
Police said Bianchi reminded
them of Wile E. Coyote.
■ A Chapel Hill man was arrest
ed for larceny of a motor vehicle
Sunday at 706 Church St., accord
ing to Chapel Hill police reports.
Todd Chantral Cates, 38, faces
a felony charge of possession of
a stolen motor vehicle and mis
demeanor charges of larceny of a
motor vehicle and second-degree
trespassing, according to reports.
He was confined at Orange
County Jail in lieu of $5,000 bail
and was scheduled to appear in
court Monday, reports state.
■ A window at the Friday
Center was found broken around
3 p.m. Saturday, according to
University police reports.
Officials believe that a deer saw its
reflection in a window and proceed
ed to run through it and then exited
the building, breaking two windows
in the process, reports state.
■ A U.S. Marine and a U.S.
Army soldier were arrested and
charged with affray and assault
and battery for fighting in front
of the Starbucks on East Franklin
Street at 2:45 a.m. Sunday, accord
ing to Chapel Hill police reports.
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QUOTED. "I am far less
concerned for the person than
for the snake.”
Pet store owner Rick
Preuss, after a woman stole
a 20-inch, $174 boa constric
tor by forcing the snake down
Jayzun Boget, assistant
manager of the store’s rep
tile department, called the
Soldier William Barry Kobbe,
25, of Pennsylvania, and Marine
Jeremy Michael Hulett, 19, of
Thomasville, N.C., both face mis
demeanor charges, reports state.
Both were confined in Orange
County Jail in lieu of S3OO bail and
are scheduled to appear in court
May 13. according to reports.
■ A UNC student was cited for
possession of drug paraphernalia
around 11:30 p.m. Sunday, accord
ing to University police reports.
UNC police responded to Craige
Residence Hall where there were
reports of an odor of marijuana.
Christian Stephen Johns, 19, of
234 Craige. was found in possession
of a bong, which was confiscated by
jNtlice. according to reports.
■ Daniel Peter Thaller, 18,
and Joshua Steven Wooten, 19,
of Spencer Residence Hall were
cited for underage possession of
alcohol, around 11 p.m. Saturday,
University police reports state.
Police seized alcohol found in the
students’ dorm room refrigerator.
The two will have to appear in
court for the citation, reports state.