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UNe's housing director, Wayne Kuncl,
said administrators will gather more feed-
back from some ofthe University's 6,800
donn residents before any changes are made.
Kuncl raised the issue at an October Hous-
ing Advisory Board meeting, and since then,
student leaders have surveyed students for
their reaction, which has been mixed.
"There were varying opinions overall,
but most students aren't in favor ofchang-
ing the policy," Kuncl said.
CAROLINA THIRD IN NATION
IN GRADUATING BLACK STUDENTS
Black students at UNC graduate at an average rate of64 percent within six years ofenrolling, the
third-highest rate among public universities
in the country.
In a comparison of graduation rates by
The Journal of Blacks in Higher Education,
UNC was surpassed only by the Univer-
sity of Virginia and the University of
Michigan. The figures were based on an
average graduation rate for students who
entered universities between 1986 and
1989 and earned degrees within six years.
Blacks at UNC still fall behind their
white counterparts, who have a graduation
rate of 86 percent.
FOUR FRIENDS OF UNC
RECEIVE DAVIE AWARDS
The UNC Board of Trustees has presented William Richardson Davie Awards to four longtime
friends of the University.
Recipients were: Max C. Chapman Jr.
' 66, chairman of Nomura Securities
International Inc., of Scarborough, N.Y.;
Gladys Hall Coates of Chapel Hill, a
University historian and community
leader who helped her husband found
the Institute of Government; Thomas F.
Kearns Jr. ' 58, financial consultant, of
Darien, Conn.; and Charles M. Shaffer Jr.
' 67 of Atlanta, attorney and partner in
King & Spalding, a key executive in the
organization ofthe 1996 Olympic Games.
Created in 1984, the annual award
recognizes "extraordinary service to the
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