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Lecture: The Center for the Study
of the American South will host the
lecture "Eudora Welty: The Woman
and the Myths" by Millsaps College
professor Suzanne Marrs. The
lecture is free to attend and
refreshments will be provided.
Time: 4 p.m. to 5:15 p.m.
Location: George Watts Hill Alumni
Center, Royall Room
Health fair: The School of Public
Health will host a global health fair
as part of the week of events leading
up to its official rebranding as the
UNC Gillings School of Global Public
Health. The fair will feature faculty
and student research, games, food
and other activities. The event is free
to attend for all students, faculty and
Time: 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Location: Michael Hooker Research
Immigrants' rights discussion:
N.C. Senator Ellie Kinnaird and
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Marty Rosenbluth of the Southern
Coalition for Social Justice will dis
cuss 'What is the N.C. legislative
climate in providing rights to immi
Location; Orange Water and Sewer
Authority, 400 Jones Ferry Road
Lunchtime lecture: Tribal historian
Forest Hazel will give a lecture called
“Orange County's Native Americans:
The Occaneechi," which is hosted by
the Preservation Society of Chapel
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610 E. Rosemary St.
Art lecture: University of lowa art
professor Dorothy Johnson will deliv
er the second lecture in the Bettie
Allison Rand art lecture series, "Eros
and the Mapping of the Mythological
Body." The lecture is free, with a
reception to follow. For more infor-
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Student , Faculty & Staff Day
Visit the theatres at Northgate...
East Coast Entertainment -
Stadium 10 Theatres at Northgate
welcomes you back to school!
On Wednesday, September 24,
UNC students, faculty and staff may use
valid I.D. for one free admission into
Stadium 10 Theatres
for a movie of your choice.
Seating is limited to theatre capacity.
Offer good for this one day only.
No cash value.
Valid September 24 only with current
student, faculty or staff I.D.
Macy’s, Sears, Northgate Stadium 10 Theatres, The Food Gallery
The Shops at Northgate and The Carousel
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Nude skater rolls on
FROM STAFF AND WIRE REPORTS
Naked’s not illegal in Portland, Ore.
So when Gennifer Moss, aka Earth
Friend Gen, donned only in-line skates
as she passed tourists and rush-hour
traffic by the Portland waterfront, calls to police only
got her to turn it down a notch,
“We confronted her and told her that she couldn’t
expose her genitalia,” said police spokeswoman
Cathe Kent. “She complied.”
NOTED. A Michigan
man found a 4.68-carat dia
mond and named it “Sweet
He and his wife were
digging at the Crater of
Diamonds in Murfreesboro,
Ark., for about three hours
when they came across it
The park is the only dia
mond mine in America where
the public can keep findings.
■ A Chapel Hill man was arrest
ed Sunday for assault on a female,
according to Chapel Hill police
Reports state that Craig Jerome
Johnson, 32, was arrested on
Legion Road and charged with one
He had consumed drugs or
alcohol, according to reports.
Johnson refused to be finger
printed or photographed at the
police department He was ordered
held without bail until he submits
to being fingerprinted and pho
tographed, according to police
■ A Chapel Hill police officer
lost his baton during a. foot chase,
according to Chapel Hill police
Reports state that Em officer lost
his collapsible baton, worth S7O,
during a chase Sunday night on
■ Police received several reports
of damage to mEiilboxes Saturday
and Sunday, Etccording to CEirrboro
The majority of the incidents
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QUOTED. “The animals
have been at various stages of
decomposition so, in the heat,
that produces quite a smell”
—Stephen Hanke, superin
tendent of a school district in
California where dead cats and
dogs were found in lockers.
Police believe 20-year-old
Brian Goett stole the animals
from a veterinary hospital
occurred in the area of Quail
Roost Drive. At least one resi
dent reported larceny and sev
eral reported damage to personal
property in the incidents, reports
According to reports, some of
the mailboxes were found on the
ground and others were reported
■ Someone stole a trash can
from a Camden Lane home,
according to Carrboro police
The person reporting the inci
dent Thursday said someone stole
a trash can from her neighbor
recently as well.
■ A Chapel Hill resident called
to report a dead deer near her
Tallyho Trail home, according to
Carrboro police reports.
Reports state that the caller
found a deer carcass Saturday
morning near the road by her
An officer agreed to notify
public works and ask someone to
remove the carcass on Monday,