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issue, Kenan-Flagler was ranked fifth for
"schools that are best responding to stu-
dent concerns" and fifth for "greatest rise
in MBA satisfaction."
Business Week releases its rankings
every two years. Kenan-Flagler placed
19th in both 1998 and 1996. On Kenan-
Flagler's improved 2000 ranking, the
magazine commented,"Grads say teach-
ers here are among the best and applaud
program to foster entrepreneurship, but
students fail to impress many recruiters."
BINDER STEPS DOWN
AS GREEK AFFAIRS H EAD
The campus Greek community was saddened this fall by the res- ignation of Ron Binder as
director of Greek Affairs. Binder, who
came to Carolina six years ago from the
University of Georgia, was known as a
tough administrator who took steps to
improve the image of Greeks at UNC.
Binder helped with the founding of
the first Native American sorority,
enforced strict rush and hazing policies
for the 47 Greek groups, and expanded
fire safety awareness after five students
died in the 1996 Phi Gamma Delta fi:a-
Aaron Nelson ' 97, who works in
town-gown relations for the University's
administration, is serving as interim
"We were all saddened to hear that
he was leaving,"junior Ben Baxter, presi-
dent of Lambda Chi Alpha, said of
Binder. "He showed the University and
town that Greeks do much more than
party; they are good students, campus
leaders and active in community service
activities. We owe him a great debt and
will miss him dearly."
Binder's last day at Carolina was Oct.
19. His wife, Karen, who has been bat-
tling cancer for nine years, wanted to
return to Ohio to be near family, and he
accepted a job in Ohio with Chapel
Hill-based Gilchrist Alumni Manage-
ment Associates. A national search is
under way for his successor.
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