UNDERGRAD NEEDS FRIENDS
"It's hard to overstate the importance of the Undergraduate Library for
students. It's where we seek solace during exams, use the computers and
meet classmates for study groups. But the Undergrad is hardly
conducive to studying. It's under-equipped, worn-out and noisy. Ifyou help
rebuild, refurnish and equip this library for Carolina, you will enrich
every undergraduate student's experience here. "
Jennie Budlong '01
Member, Friends of the Library Board
Thanks to the overwhelming positive vote for the Higher
Education Bond Referendum, the renovation of the Robert B.
House Undergraduate Library, !mown to generations of students as
the Undergrad, is under way. Doors closed on December 19 after
the last exam. Construction has begun and we expect to re-open a
state-of-the-art library for our 21st-century students in 2002 . It's
been a long time coming and we still need your help in providing
the best equipment, materials and services to our students.
Become a Friend of the Library and support the
House Undergraduate Library Renovation Project.
Won 't you join our F1'iends with a gift to th e Lib1'ary Make cbecks payable to:
F RIEl\TDS OF THE LIBRARY
Campus Box 3920, Davis Library
T he University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Chapel Hill, NC 27514-8890
91 9-962 - 1301
D OUGLAS S. DlBBERT ' 70, president
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