HIGH SCHOOL JUNIORS: WHAT'S Up THIS SUMMER?
So. . .
you wanna be a
This summer 58 outstanding rising high school seniors will experience Carolina Summer: Arts and Sciences for Academically
Able High School Sruden15.
For three weeks, July 6- 26, 1997, sruden15will rake t wO of six
specially created, college-levd courses taught by regular UNGCH facul-
ty. The sruden15 will live together in a dorm and will also attend a series
of Perspective Sessions to explore various aspec!S of college life and the
Ifyou would like more information, please write to the address
below or contact the director, Donna LeFebvre, (919) %2-8605.
CB# 3055, 134 1/2 East Franklin Stteet
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Chapd Hill, NC 27599-3055
Web site: http://www.unc.edu/depts/csummerl
Deadline fur rompleted applications is March 1, 1997
One book ... all the memories.
Concerts, Speakers, Sports, Organizations, Friends
It's not too late to own a piece of Carolina's history.
Order yearbooks dating back to the early 1900s.
Prices range from $20 to $30.
Call or write the Yackety Yack for more information.
Yackety Yack, The Yearbook of UNC
Box SO, Carolina Union
Chapel Hill, NC 27514
ja .. "" ,y I Feb,,," , y 199 7
EGISLATIVE DIRECTORY OF
Sen. VtrgUlla Ann Foxx ' 68
(AD, ' 73 MACT);
Sen. Fletcher L. Hartsell Jr.
' 72 00); R-Cabarrus
Sen. T.L. "Fountain" adorn
' 60 (BA, ' 64 LLB/JO);
Sen. Jim Phillips ' 58;
being big and arrogant. There was a sense
that UNC had clisdain for the Legislature,
disdain for the state, and that we were
unresponsive, even antagonistic, to their
inquiries. I knew I had to change that."
Change of heart
According to key state legislators, the
General Assembly's decision to approve
meaningful funcling increases for UNC
resulted from a combination of factors.
Chief among these was a genuine concern
over the future ofthe UNC System,
coupled with the assurances ofproper
stewardship by Hooker and others as well
as the grassroots work of the GAA's Tar
H eel N etwork. (Related story, Page 88.)
"Hooker had a lot to do with it," said
House Majority Leader Leo Daughtry, a
Smithfield Republican. "The R epubbcan
legislators had a bad taste in their mouths
from the University administration before
1994. There was distrust and hard feebngs
on both sides. Hooker came over and told
the Legislature facts they could bebeve."
"All I had to do was say that I bebeved