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2 The Daily Tar Heel Friday, September 30, 1977
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(U.S. , Inima Husbandry, University of
"if you know what you want il can be
one of the best places you can be at that
space in your life. It's a fantastic
opxrtunity to meet and communicate
with people from everywhere."
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Michael Des Barres
(had singer, Detective)
FrankZappa "College is when you stop doing it by
"NoComment." iranH start doine it with other
(wmcr Aimui iVA Runaways, now
attending Pierce College, Los Angeles)
"I want to go to law school and then try
my hand at personal management. But
right now I'm enjoying the luxury of
spending time with real friends instead
(B.A., Art, Florida State)
"I went to college because my parents
wanted me to. I guess I enjoyed 'social'
studies the most because you're around
people your own age and you can learn
about each other."
Paul Michael Glaser
(B. A., Acting, Tulane University; M.A. ,
Acting and Directing, Boston linivenitt )
"I'm a firm believer in college and
college education. Every year I'd ask
myself'Should I quit college and trv
acting in New York?' and each year l'i
stay in school, which 1 think was
ultimately to my advantage when I
finally did get to New York."
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(B.A., English, Pomona College; M.A.,
Oxford Rhodes Scholar; honorary Ph.D.,
Comparative Literature, Pomona College)
"I look on college as an important part
of growth, which is life for human
beings. The fullest growth brings the
fullest life. Its particular significance
being the fact that it's a concentrated
exposure to a variety ofexperiences
(e.g., Milton, Hlake, civilization,
whatever) that you probably miss on
your own unless you're Eric Holler or
Studs Terkel or Will Campbell. Most of
us needed to be shoved into anything
new in those days, and maybe that's
why college was in truth an inetlicient
machine in thai it was not being fully
exploited. I hope colleges tcxlay instill
the desire to learn for its own sake; if
they don't, the colleges aren't to blame;
the fault lies in the values that we in
control have already staniX'd on the
,ld be used for external use only
.irrsi.ind it's harmful if
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( lollidge? Their OK. But you don't
"1 was expelled from college for
cheating. . . with the dean's wife.'
"College is great because it paves the
road to the future. Where would the
music industry be today without
( 12 units away from B.A. in Education,
'.'alifornia Slate I 'niiersity at Los Angeles)
"Education can put you in the position
w here the only way out is to think."
Flo and Eddie
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we advise everyone to slay in school so M
Ihey don t wind up like us. e spent
'most of our time in the student union
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"I came, I saw, I left.'
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Back on campus. An annual migration as inevitable as death,
taxes and those Scars Roebuck "Back to School" ads. One
more chance to do better, to prepare yourself for Life, to make
yourself a more astute, mature and valuable person, you bet.
And maybe get laid more than you did last year.
Boola boola and sis boom bah, as surely no one ever said.
To commemorate this active flight to the halls of learning, or
at least the halls, we'd like to remind you that lots of people
who arc rich and famous never went to college. A few did, it's
true, and we've asked several of each kind to remark on the
values of higher education. Those who graduated college,
you'll notice, say more and aren't as funny as those who
didn't. This probably doesn't mean anything.
House' Restaurant, Old Mine, Cook's Bazaar, Snack
Bob & Deb Baucom
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