2 The Daily Tar Heel Tuesday, September
Compiled by Jodi Bishop
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Union by 1:00 p m If they ire to run the next day Each item will run at least twice
The Carolina Union Gallery Committee will
meet at 7:30 p.m. in the South Gallery Meeting
room. Members and all interested students are
urged to attend.
The UNC Sailing Club will have a meeting at 8
p.m. in Room 202 of the Carolina Union. All
students who are interested in racing this fall
The Chapel Hill Public Library Fall Film
Serlet has begun. Alexander Nevsky, a film
directed by Sergei Eisenstein, will be shown at 7
p.m. in the library meeting room, Boundary Street
entrance. Additional parking is on Boundary
Street north of Rosemary Street, and the
University lot at the corner of Park Place and
Formal Rush for AED will be held at 7 p.m. in
Room I07 Berryhill Hall. Everyone is welcome to
There will be an Outing Club meeting at 7 p.m.
in Room 207 of the Carolina Union. Come and
sign up for trips and see a slide show of hiking in
Little sisters of the Spl Phi fraternity will
hold their annual fall ba?aar from I to 5 p.m. in the
Teague basement. Such hot items as multicolored
belts and ribbons, hair combs, headbands and
gold-beaded necklaces will be sold at exorbitant
There will be a meeting for all business and
accounting majors interested in developing an
undergraduate business student organization at 3
p.m. in 300 Carroll Hall. Areas of interest with
which the organization would concern itself
include guidance, information, curriculum
policies, honors, evaluations and a newsletter.
The Contraceptive Health Education Clinic
meets at 7 p.m. in Room 23 1 of the School of
Public Health. Men and women are welcome.
Complete information on contraceptive methods,
sexually transmitted diseases and breast and
pelvic exams is provided. Appointments for the
gynecology clinic can be made for women students
after the session.
There will be a meeting for the Graduate
School of English (applications, GRE,
scholarships, etc.) at 3: 1 5 p.m. in 221 Greenlaw
The Accounting Club will hold an orientation
program for all fall and spring graduates at 4 p.m.
in 208 Hanes Hall. The program will be sponsored
by the Career Placement and Planning office and
is a must in order to schedule interviews.
The Carolina Union Peformlng Arts
Committee will meet today at 7 p.m. in the Frank
The appearance of T. J. Kangai, a
representative from the Zimbabwe African
National Union (ZANU), scheduled for 8
p.m. today in the Upendo Lounge has been
cancelled and will be rescheduled in October.
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There will be a Continuing Education of
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By Choice Rather Than Chance Part I" from 8
a.m. to 4 p.m. For more information, contact
Continuing Education, School of Nursing,
Carrington Hall, or call 966-141 1.
There will be a Faculty Club Luncheon at
12:30 p.m. at the Old Well Room of theCarolina
Inn. Ronald Hyatt, chairperson of the Faculty
Club House Committee, will speak on "Plans for
Proposed Faculty Club Facility."
There will be a UNCCC Short Course entitled
"Using CALL-OS Instead of a Keypunch
Machine." At 3 p.m. in 228 Phillips Hall.
There will be a Colloquium entitled
"Intellectual Property In Software" at 3:30 p.m.
in 324 Phillips Hall. John Leonarz, associate
chairperson of the Department of Computer
Science, will speak. The program is sponsored by
the computer science departments of Duke
University and UNC-CH.
Malcolm Bllson, from Cornell University,
will play his modern reproduction of an 18th
century Viennese piano at 8 p.m. in Hill Hall.
A Llna Wertmuller Festival will feature "All
Screwed Up" at 8 p.m. in Carroll Hall
Auditorium. Tickets are $1 in advance and
available at theCarolina Union information desk.
There will be a Chemistry Colloquium
entitled "Merocyanines and OtherThings" at II
a.m., Wednesday. Sept. 21, in 308 Venable Hall.
Dr. Edel Wasserman from Allied Chemical
Corporation will lecture.
There will be a UNCCC Short Course entitled
"Details of Job and Exec Statements" at 3 p.m.
Wednesday, Sept. 21. in 228 Phillips Hall.
The Llna Wertmuller Festival will feature
"Love and Anarchy" at 8 p.m. Wednesday. Sept.
21, in Carroll Hall Auditorium. Tickets are SI in
advance at the Carolina Union information desk.
The UNC Ice Hockey Team will have an
organizational meeting at 7 p.m. Wednesday,
Sept. 21, in Room 202 Carolina Union.
All persons interested in working with the 1978
YMYMCA Walk lor Humanity are invited to
attend a meeting at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 2 1 , in
the Campus Y Building. Contact the Campus Y
office for more information.
The Student Legal Services wil sponsor a
workshop on "Living Together" at 3.30 p.m.
Wednesday, Sept. 21. in Room 202 Carolina
Union. Everyone is invited.
The Chapel Hill ECOS will hold a working
session of all committees at 8 p.m. Wednesday,
Sept. 21, in 103 Bingham Hall. All members and
others interested in working on issues and
programs are urged to attend.
There will be an Association for Women
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Students meeting at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. Sept.
21, in Room 217 Carolina Union. All members
and all other interested people are urged to attend.
Paul Arne will speak on the Chapel Hill bus
Spi-Phl will have an undergrad meeting in the
Mole Suite of Teague at 8 p.m. Wednesday. Sept.
2 1 . A lecture entitled "How to R ush for Profit and
Fun" will be articulated by the great rushing
dictator Igor Vladamir. Members only - no
The UNC Baha'l Club will sponsor an informal
introductory discussion on the essential spiritual
and social teachings of the Baha'i faith at 8 p.m.
Wednesday. Sept. 21, in Room 206 Carolina
The Society ot Janus will meet at 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday, Sept. 21, in Room 203 Carolina
Union. Very important!
The third M CAT-DAT Review Session will be
held at 7 p.m. Wednesday. Sept. 21. in Room 103
Berryhill Hall. The subject is biology with Dr. Ken
Bynum of the zoology department.
The International Folk Dancers will meet at 7
p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 21, at the Student Center
of the University Presbyterian Church (110
Henderson St.). All students are cordially invited
to participate in the folk dances of other countries.
The class this week will be taught Ca LaBalta
(Romanian), Tfillat Michal (Israeli) and
Ebony Readers will be hold ing tryouts at 7: 30
p.m. Wednesday. Sept. 21, in the James Seminar
Room. All interested persons are urged to come.
Bring three prepared selections. If you have any
questions please contact Beverly Wells in 321
Student Legal Service starts
'Living Together' workshop
"Living Together." a workshop series dealing
with the joys and pitfalls of cohabitation, will
begin at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday in Room 202
Carolina Union. The workshop is sponsored by
the Student Legal Service (SLS).
"The workshop will deal with any type of living
situation - male-male, female-female, or male
female especially to any living situation which
may give rise to sexual relationships," according
to Dorothy Bernholt. SLS attorney.
"W hat's happened over the past few years is that
everything's changed with the advent of controlled
reproduction," she says. "Also, students are now
adults at 18 and can enter into landlord-tenant
contracts off-campus, which leads to all sorts of
Officer Ben Callahan also will speak at the
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The UNC TM Club will offer an introductory
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ITEMS OF INTEREST
There will be a free two-part workshop
designed to help figure out work values,
Interests and skills at 10'a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 20
(Part I), and at 10 a.m. Thursday. Sept. 22 (Part
II), in the Frank Porter Graham Room of the
Carolina Union. The program is sponsored by
Career Planning and Placement.
Wondering what your career interests are or
what you have to offer employers? "Centering
Venturing: A Planning Process For Creatively
Muddling Through Life and Work" is a Free
Mlnlcourse on Career and Life Planning
offered by the Career Planning and Placement
Office. Students interested in participating can
call Jane Kendall at 933-6507 or come by 211
The UNC Upward Bound program is
recruiting tutors for 10th, llth and I2th grade
students from four high schools in four adjacent
counties to U NC. I f interested please call 933-1 28 1
or 933-1 282 or come by 201 Vance Hall. Your help
workshop about the Chapel Hill Police
Department's policy concerning cohabitation.
In North Carolina, cohabitation for sexual
purposes is illegal.
The program will also deal with legal problems
common to students who share living space.
"The workshop deals in the areas in which I
most frequently counsel students, such as disputes
over property rights, utility bills and so on."
Bernholt says the purpose of the w orkshop on
Wednesday, which is the first of a year-long series,
is to educate students about living together to help
ward off possible problems.
"It's mostly preventive law." Bernholt says.
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Business majors want
society for their field
By MEREDITH CREWS
Students will meet today with business
school administrators to voice support for
the creation of an undergraduate business
student society to represent students'
interests in the undergraduate business
The meeting will be held at 3 p.m. in 301
Old Carroll Hall (faculty lounge).
Paul Arne, who has worked with
administrators on the proposed association, ,
said Monday that students sought a means
of making the administration aware of
student opinions after the business school
made sweeping changes in the curriculum.
"Changes have been made to raise the
status of UNC's School of Business
Administration." Arne said. "More
emphasis and resources have been put into
the graduate program to accomplish these
"There are good reasons for increasing the
status of the school, but we want the faculty
to know where students stand in regards to
Arne said the group will recommend the
revamping of the honors program in the
School of Business Administration and the
development of a more adequate advisory
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"There is virtually no advising program in
the business school," Arne said. "A student
could go two years in business school
without seeing a professor because business
students sign their own drop-add forms."
Arne said the organization had no
At the meeting, administrators will discuss
what decisions the group may be able to
influence in the next few years and what
expectations the faculty has for the group.
The proposed agenda for the meeting
includes committee discussions on issues
such as orientation, advising systems, career
planning opportunities and admissions
The group will also discuss course
evaluations and a proposed newsletter for
"Students will be running the meeting,
answering questions and explaining the
purpose of the group," he said. "Our
purposes will be worked out carefully so our
decisions will not dictate future roles of the
Faculty members who will attend the
meeting include Harvey Wagner, Elizabeth
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