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2AThe Daily Tar HeelThursday, June 25, 1992
McSurely and Edwards contend that
the CPO selection process was unfairly
structured to favor Perry, a white male.
The emotional and physical dam
age Edwards contends was inflicted
upon her by years of discrimination and
retaliation. In testimony Wednesday,
Edwards said her ongoing struggle with
the University had led to high blood
pressure, stomach trouble, hypertension,
insomnia and a rapid weight gain.
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Mauer, former Associate Vice Chan
cellor for Business Charles Antle, per
sonnel official Dan Burleson and former
Vice Chancellor for Business and Fi
nance Ben Tuchi as individuals,
rather than as UNC employees. "The
University of North Carolina is not on
trial here," he said.
Nance said Edwards had a history of
complaining when others got promoted,
but seldom actually applied for promo
"You've got to get out in the race
before someone can zoom past you," he
said. "Officer Edwards never got in the
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CHAPEL HILL, NC
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out-of-state students," Rhodes said ear
lier this month.
UNC-CH Chancellor Paul Hardin
said he was disturbed by the efforts in
the legislature to exclude out-of-state
"That's a parochial attitude with
which I strongly disagree," he said,
adding that the state and the University
benefit from out-of-state students. "They
have to do a lot with the diversity in our
Robinson said he was doing his best
to convince House members to support
the Senate plan.
"We've been working on that side
and doing all we can the encourage
them," he said. "It's difficult to tell in a
conference situation what kind of is
sues they get caught up in. Issues you
think wouldn't be controversial may be
Hardin testifies at legislature
The General Assembly also is debat
ing this month whether to include a
proposed $300 million bond issue for
construction at UNC-system schools
on a state-wide ballot. Some legislators
favorcombining the UNC-system bonds
with those proposed for the state's pub
lic schools and community colleges.
Hardin and six other chancellors trav
eled to Raleigh Tuesday to convince
legislators that the UNC-system needs
the bonds. "There was courteous atten
tion and some good questions asked,"
Hardin said of the meeting.
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ing, whistling, suggestive or insulting
gestures and sexually oriented or de
meaning cartoons or pictures might be
sexual harassment, according to the
Political correctness at issue
Critics have called campus speech
codes repressive efforts to enforce "po
litical correctness" at the expense of
free speech and expression.
Supporters have defended them as
necessary tools to protect minorities
and women from persecution.
UNC's Racial Harassment Policy,
which states that enforcement "shall be
consistent with the freedom of speech
guaranteed by the First Amendment,"
typifiesthe University's middle-of-the-road
The policy acknowledges that "there
may be conflict among freedom of
speech, the right of individuals to be
free from injury caused by discrimina
tion and the University's duty to protect
the educational process," and calls for a
balance of interests.
"Not every act that might be offen
sive to an individual or a group neces
sarily will be considered a violation of
this policy," it states.
Chancellor backs free speech
Chancellor Paul Hardin said free
dom of expression should be protected
except in certain circumstances.
"I'm almost an absolutist on free
speech," Hardin said. "I think the an
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swer to abusing speech is answering by
speech disagreeing strongly and
scolding those who say things spiteful
"I think we can keep working at
providing a better and better campus
climate without excessive regulations
or statutes," he said.
Hardin made similar remarks to the
Faculty Council a few months after his
arrival in 1988, and most of the
University's anti-harassment policies
reflect his thinking.'
Adler, a lawyer, said free speech
deserved zealous protection. "I think
we ought to allow people on campus
who are prepared to say, 'blacks are
inferior to whites intellectually' or
'whites are inferior to blacks intellectu
ally,' as an intellectual argument.
"(But) when someone is hurling ra
cial epithets at an individual, not in any
intellectual way, but just to hurt some
one, I don't see any First Amendment
5:15 p.m. The Black Interdemoninational Student
Association will sponsor a bible-study fellowship
meeting in the BISA office, located in the Wesley
Foundation Building, 2)4 Pittsboro St.
6 p.m. The Presbyterian Campus Ministry will
hold a cookout at Umstead Park.
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The Supreme Court unanimously
declared unconstitutional a St. Paul or
dinance making speech or behavior
likely to "arouse, anger or alarm" on the
basis of race, color, creed, religion or
gender a crime, but was deeply split
five-to-four in its basic reasoning.
The challenge to the 1989 law was
argued on behalf of a white teenager
accused of breaking the law by burning
a cross in the yard of a black family.
"This decision is going to force the
liberals and the currently politically
correct people to reconsider the whole
issue of hate speech," said journalism
Professor Chuck Stone, an authority on
First Amendment issues.
"How do we protect minorities from
being maligned?" he asked. "What do
you do with the anonymous assaulter
who smashes a bus window or who says
a particular teacher is a faggot? Is that
free speech? How far do you go?"
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