Ramshead parking lot in front of Kenan Field House. According to police, Jennings was waiting in her car for a friend when Aubrey Falk and other women's lacrosse players walked by and yelled at her. In an interview with The Daily Tar H eel, Falk said she spoke to Jennings but did not harass her.
HONORS S IT TERSON
The family offOnTler Chancellor J. Carlyle Sitterson ' 31 has estab- lished an annual freshman teaching
award in the Arts
and Sciences Foun-
dation in his name.
The award will rec-
ognize excellence in
by tenured or
in the College of
Arts and Sciences.
J. Carlyle Sitterson ' 3 I
Sitterson began his half-century career
at UNC in the 1930s, teaching history
for more than 20 years. In 1955 he
moved into UNC administration, where
he served as dean of the General College,
dean of the College of Arts and Sciences,
vice chancellor and chancellor. When he
retired as chancellor in 1972, Sitterson
returned to the classroom and taught
freshman seminars, stepping down from
active faculty work in 1981.
Sitterson was a nationally known Amer-
ican history scholar who received a Kenan
Professorship in 1961 and a University
Award for Excellence in Undergraduate
Teaching in 1980. Sitterson Hall, home
of the COlTlputer science department, was
dedicated in his name in 1987.
IN BRAWL AT FRATERNITY
One Carolina wrestler faces assault charges and he and two team- mates have been suspended
from the team for the 1998-99 season
following a brawl at a fraternity house in
October. Four members of Phi Delta
Theta were injured in the fight.
Chapel Hill Police arrested senior wrestler
Chad David Priest, 21, of Spruce Pine at
the fraternity house in connection with the
incident. Priest was charged with simple
assault and resisting, delaying and
obstructing an officer. He was scheduled
to face criminal trial in Orange County
District Court on Nov. 23.
With Priest, senior David Flowers and
sophomore Steve Echeverri were removed
from all team activities for the coming
season. Coach Bill Lanml said Echeverri's
status would be re-evaluated next season.
Flowers apparently was not directly involved
in the fight but was at the scene. He was
suspended, Lamm said, because he already
was on probation with the team and
being at the party violated the probation.
Director of Greek Affairs Ron Binder
said witnesses told him the wrestlers arrived
at the fratemity house after a mixer between
Phi Delta Theta fratemity and Kappa Delta
sorority had ended. Some ofthose
involved said the fight erupted after a
window was broken, he said. Binder said
four fraternity members were injured in
the fight, most with black eyes. One had
Business School in Top 10
01 'Women-Friendlv' Programs
Working Woman magazine has ranked the University's Kenan-Flagler Business School eighth in its" I0 Top Business Schools for Women." The magazine's first sur-
vey of business schools with women-friendly master's of business
administration programs was reported in its October issue.
CivicS lessons: The Insti-
tute of Government
recently received a
$100,000 grant from
the Z. Smith Reynolds
Foundation of W in-
ston-Salem for a new
the Civic Education
Consortium, to improve civic education in the state. The
program brings community leaders into the classroom
and involves students in projects that explore issues in
Greeks honored nationallV: Three sororities and one fraternity
at the University have been recognized nationally for out-standing scholarship, service and excellence. The UNC
chapters of Phi Mu, Zeta Tau Alpha and Kappa Delta
sororities and Sigma Chi fraternity earned honors in the
summer at their national conventions. Phi Mu received an
award for sustained philanthropic effort; the Theta Tau
chapter of Zeta Tau Alpha won for excellence in all areas
of programming; the Beta Chi chapter of Kappa Delta was
honored for scholarship, campus image and philanthropic
projects; and Sigma Chi earned awards for excellence in
all areas, and scholarship.
I-School gift: Penelope Muse Abernathy, president of The
New York Times News Services Division, and The New York
Times have pledged $10,000 to the University's School of
Journalism and Mass Communication. The donation will
name a new W.H. "Harry" Abernathy Faculty Office, hon-
oring Penelope Abernathy'S husband, in Carroll Hall, now
being renovated to become the school's new home next
summer. Abernathy, a 1970 UNC graduate, has worked
as an editor with daily newspapers in North Carolina and
Kansas. He now is an Episcopal priest in Armonk, N.Y.
He's the Mann: Raleigh Mann, associate professor in UNC's
School of Journalism and Mass Communication, has been
honored with the first Distinguished Teaching Award from
the Newspaper Division of the Association for Education
in Journalism and Mass Communication. The group created
the award to recognize and encourage excellence in
preparing students to work in today's newsrooms.
Mann, who has taught at UNC for 20 years, plans to
retire in 2000.