Students interested in spending 27
days in England and earning six credit
hours may still apply to the UUNC Goes
to London" program.
The program, which is being offered
for the fourth consecutive year, is
sponsored by the UNC Office of Off
Campus Credit and is open to any UNC
student. Base price of the program is
The program begins May 13 and
includes 27 days of organized travel and
instruction with the option of an
additional 1 8 days of independent travel
for each student.
Courses taught will be English 46,
"Studies in Drama," with Christopher
Armitage and Education 41, "The
School in Society," with Gerald Unks.
Armitage will focus on plays running in
London at the time of the trip. The cost
of several plays is included in the base
price. Unks arranges visits to English
schools as part of his course, which
compares American and English
Group trips to the English
countryside are another aspect of the
program. In the past, students have
toured Oxford, Stonehenge, Salisbury,
Coventry, Blenheim Palace and
A total of SO students will be accepted
for the program. Interested students
should contact Unks or Armitage for
more details and applications.
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William Windom, winner of an Emmy Award for his television portrayal of James
Thurber, takes his characterization to the stage Saturday at N.C. State. Tickets are
available for the 3 p.m. matinee and can be reserved by calling 737-3105.
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Thurber at State
Actor Hal Holbrook portrayed
author Mark Tw ain on stage and screen.
James Whitmore has been Will Rogers.
Joining these portrayals of America's
great humorists is William Windom,
who will recreate the enchanted world of
Windom will perform his celebrated
impressions of Thurber on December 10
at Stewart Theatre on the N.C. State
Two performances of the actors'
world of cartoon characters will be .
Windom's interest in Thurber began
when he saw Thurbcr's cartoons in The
New Yorker and read The Secret Life of
Walter Mitty and Things That Go
Bump in the Night. This admiration for
James Thurber was fed by his starring
role in the TV series, My World and
Welcome to It, based on the writings of
Thurber. His portrayal of the author
won him the Emmy Award in 1970.
Beyond Windom's two television
shows. My World and Welcome to It
and The Farmer's Daughter, he has
been featured in such network scries as
Marcus Welby, M.D., All in the Family
and Night Gallery. His many films
include his portrayal of the D.A.
opposite Gregory Peck in To Kill a
Mockingbird, and the President of the
U nited States in Escape from the Planet
of the Apes. He is also a veteran of
20 Broadway plays.
Although the 8 p.m. performance
Saturday has already sold out, a number
of tickets remain for the 3 p.m. matinee.
Call the Stewart Theatre box office at
737-3105 for reservations.
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