Woman's Place3 for sharing experiences
By JACI HUGHES
Every Wednesday at noon, women of all
ages, interests, backgrounds and sexual
preferences come together to discuss issues
ot interest to women at A Woman's Place,
-a!"1 the Presbyterian Student Center.
A Woman's Place is here to help women -learn
about themselves and each other,"
program director Debbie Lee says. "Women
lace special problems and challenges in
adjusting to a rapidly changing society,
1 lungs happen in the world which affect
their lives every day, opening up new choices
and new options.
"What we're trying to do here is help
people make those choices, whatever they
The weekly bag lunch provides
community and campus women with the
opportunity to meet each other, as well as to
meet women who are active in the women's
movement in this area.
"1 come here because I'm interested in
, being in touch with women's issues and
" what's going on," explains Elisa Jones, who
has eaten Wednesday lunches at A Woman's
Place for the past two years.
Jones is chairperson of the Project
Committee for the Chapel Hill Friends
. Meeting, a representative to the Board of
' North Carolinians for ERA and a member of
the Women's 1 nternational League for Peace
and Freedom (W1LPF).
"I'm also active with the Triangle Area
Lesbian Feminists." she says.
Carolyn Cole, a homemaker and mother
of one, says she comes to A Woman's Place
to meet new people. "I just moved here from
Wisconsin," she explains.
Miriam Singer, president of the Chapel
Hill chapter of the National Organization
for Women, also attends the lunches.
Siphra Rolland, 75, has been a part of A
Woman's Place for two years. She is the
Chapel Hill representative to W1LPF.
Discussion topics at the lunches vary.
Sexism in children's textbooks dominated
one meeting, and a future topic is "How
Women View Their Bodies."
The relaxed, informal atmosphere
encourages open discussion of varying
views. "I don't feel like 1 have the answers for
people," says director Lee. "The more
exposure they have to different ideas, the
better choices they can make for
Lee is particularly interested in involving
students in A Woman's Place. "The
Wednesday lunch is really a good
opportunity for students who have that time
period open to meet women in the
Lee says although A Woman's Place is
associated with the Presbyterian Student
Center, it is not designed primarily for
Presbyterians or Christians. "It's for all
women in the community," she says.
For more information on A Woman's
Place, contact Debbie Lee at 967-8006.
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to eat lunch and exchange ideas.
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If interested in serving on a committee, stop by the Union Information desk.
CURRENT AFFAIRS Nancy Maltox
Th Current Affair Commit) reaffirm! commitment to th ducation and wall being of th itudnt
community, both by dealing with th currant concrni of th Immediate community and liluei facing th
ttate and country at large, The aim it to bring itudenti together with deciiion maken and expert! in
participatory Group-Think, Topici may rang from icientific responsibility and recombinant DNA to th
recall of a itudent body preiident.
FORUM Ed Nanney
Striving to pretent a balanced program, the committee ulectt and present! ipeoken which repreient
the wide-ranging interest! of the univenlty community. Claiiroom viiitt, informal receptioni and other
opportunitiei for personal contact with itudenti are incorporated into th ipeaUer'i itinerary when
GALLERY Suianna Bewen
The Gallery Committee involvei working with and meeting new, eliciting people who or Intereited In
expanding their knowledge of Art. A variety of exhibit! ranging f rom crafti to Kulpture will be ilctd
and displayed by the committee,
PERFORMING ARTS Carolyn Jack
The committee provides the UNC campul with entertainment and cultural events In the areas of done,
comedy and variety, music and drama. It seeks to enrich campus life not only with professional
programs, but with opportunities for students to display their own talents and to create their own
PUBLICITY Richard Young
Utilizing The Tor Hee, other newspapers, monthly calendars, posters and fliers, radio end TV, and th
infamoul Cube, th committee'! itaf f of ortiiti and writers will keep the university community abreast of
what is to com.
RECREATION Helen Ruth Flaming
Th Recreation Committee is in charge of coordinating and creating both eompaf Itlv and spontoneoul
events. Areas of interest include: the College Bowl, bowling, billiards, bridge and chesi. Whether
through tournaments, exhibition! or imtruction, the eommitle providi a year-round program of
SOCIAL Ana Marl McClanahan
Weekly entertainment in Deep Jonah, the Union coffeohouie, will be the maor focus of th Social
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SOUTH CAMPUS Nick long
The South Campus Committee will attempt to coordinate programs between th dorms "south of the Bell
Tower" and the various Union committees. It will serve as a catalyst to create a better living-learning
environment for South Campus residents and for the entire campus as well,
SPECIAL PROJECTS - Dana Papke
As the name implies, Special Projects encompasses a myriad of focal points whether Initiated by on
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VIDEOTAPE Clarence Burke
Using amateurs and students with video experience, the committee will provid students with intertting
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