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The meeting is open to UNC students only. Time: 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. Location: Hanes Hall, Room 2398 Outdoor club meeting: UNC's outdoor club is holding its first meeting of the year. The group will discuss trips to the Shakori Hills music festival, a rafting and hiking trip in West Virginia called Gauley Fest and other outdoor activities. Trail mix will be provided. Time: 7 p.m. Location: Polk Place in front of Wilson Library Poetry open mic: There will be a poetry open mic every Tuesday at Market Street Books in Southern Village. Call 933-5111 or visit www. 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Time: 8 p.m. Location: Murphey, Room 116 WEDNESDAY Cholesterol lecture: Liz Watt, a registered dietician, will speak about which foods are good for your health and which should be avoided. The lecture is part of National Cholesterol Education month. Time: 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Location: UNC Wellness Center at Meadowmont, lobby SatUj (Ear Heel PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS STAFF Lauryn D'Angelo, Katherine Fitzpatrick, Kaitlyn Jordan, Luke Lin, Megan Ratcliffe, Jenna Tenace, Megan Winterhalter and Caldwell Zimmerman, account executives; Dane Bames, marketing associate. EDITORIAL STAFF Matthew Price. Online: Damitri Martinez. Opinion: Lisa Andrukonis, Yaniv Barzilai, Ben Buck, Harrison Jobe, Greg Marpolis, Andrew Stiles, Sarah Whitworth, editorial board, Pablo Friedman, Andrea Ludtke, Danny Randolph, Alexander Trowbridge, columnists; Dylan Gilroy, Alex Lee, cartoonists Multimedia: Maty Katherine Ayers. 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Time: 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. Location: the Pit Journalists' meeting: The Carolina Association of Black Journalists is holding its first meet ing of the year.'The group will discuss its plans for the year and officers will be introduced. Time: 7 p.m. Location: Carroll Hall, Room 33 To make a calendar submission, visit www.dailytarheel.com/calendar, or e-mail email@example.com. Events will be published in the news paper 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. Advertising Production: Penny Persons, manager, Beth O'Brien, ad production coordinator. Jordan Mason, Sam Rosenthal, senior writers; Jonathan Crook, John Dougherty, Penn Ely, Chris Hempson, Louie Horvath, Anna Kim, Beth Mechum, David Reynolds, State & National: lan Ager, Meghan Cooke, Rebecca Denison, Forrest Fleming, Jacqueline Huntington, Stephanie Metzen, Gregory Smith. University: Maty Cole Allen, Mary Ann Barone, Colin Campbell, Abby Farson, Zack Levine, Ryan McPeek, Meghan Pritchard, Lindsay Ruebens, Christian Wisseh, Seth Wright. Editorial Production: Stacy Wynn, manager. Printing: Triangle Web Printing Cos. Distribution: Nick and Sarah Hammonds. ISN #10709436 Member Dose The wrong shade of blue FROM STAFF AND WIRE REPORTS Two men mistakenly parachuted into Duke University’s Wallace Wade Stadium on Saturday with the game ball for rival UNC-Chapel Hill’s home opener against McNeese State University. The Virginia-based jumpers were hindered because of inclement weather and jumped into the first stadium they saw. UNC’s Kenan Stadium is located 8 miles from Duke. NOTED. A man suf fered fatal injuries Sunday after jumping from 70-foot Looking Glass Falls in Asheville’s Pisgah National Forest into 6-foot deep water below. The waterfall is blocked off by a fence and has warning signs posted. Family members said the man has jumped off other waterfalls in the past. POLICE LOG ■ A group of suspects at a downtown apartment complex were asked at 4:26 p.m. Saturday to refrain from tailgating oo pri vate property, according to Chapel Hill police reports. Reports state that the group trespassed on private property to tailgate in the parking lot at Town House Apartments on Hillsborough Street. ■ A Chapel Hill man arrested Friday for DWI had a butcher knife concealed under a seat, according to Chapel Hill police reports. Reports state that police stopped the driver, Antuan Jarmal McMillion, 29, of 1132 N. Heritage Circle, because he was driving on the wrong side of North Estes Road and appeared to be impaired. Officers discovered the butcher knife concealed under the driver’s seat of the car, according to reports. McMillion was released on a written promise and is scheduled to appear in criminal court Oct 28. ■ Police responded Sunday to reports of vandalism to a 1990 Sailg (Ear Hrri QUOTED. “I think that most American teenagers will find it rather lame and sort of laugh able the things that were once considered so controversial.” Oberlin College professor Anne Trubek, who is seeking to get “The Catcher in the Rye” removed from high school read ing lists because it’s not contem porary enough foryoung people to relate to anymore. Jaguar, according to Chapel Hill police reports. Reports state that someone spray painted the vehicle, which was discovered at 1:25 p.m. at the car owner’s home on San Mateo Place. The vandalism resulted in SI,OOO in damage to the vehicle, according to reports. ■ Someone broke into a Church Street home Sunday and stole $4,725 worth of personal items, according to Chapel Hill police reports. The suspect stole two laptop computers, two iPods, a wireless router, a clock radio and several U.S. and foreign coins, among other items. The theft was dis covered at 5 p.m., according to reports. ■ Someone revved a motor cycle Friday for about 20 min utes in downtown Chapel Hill, according to Chapel Hill police reports. Reports state that the noise violation occurred at 6:32 a.m. on East Franklin Street.