No More Waiting in the Cold For Cherished Hoops Tickets
For student basketball fans, the days of lining up outside the Smith Center on cold winter mornings waiting for
tickets are over.
What's more, many students say they'll
Beginning this fall, students will register
online for tickets to men's basketball games
and will receive their tickets via e-mail.
The new online distribution system -
created by the athletics department and
unveiled in June by the student-run Car-
olina Athletic Association - will signifi-
candy reduce the organizational efforts
required for the CAA to distribute student
tickets by hand.
But Associate Athletics Director Clint
Gwaltney ' 92, who helped develop the new
system, said reduced personnel was not the
only reason for the change. "It's more a sign
of the times;' he said. "And we felt that
automating would benefit students."
Previously, student ticket distribution
took place on Saturday mornings. Gwalt-
ney said the new online system would give
tickets to students who could not attend
Saturday distributions because of work or
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Morehead's Northern Exposure: A Fresh View FrOlll Franklin
Franklin Street attraction to what is now
known as the Morehead Planetarium and
Plans include shifting the location of the
signature sundial and rose garden to align
with the new front, creating potential out-
door exhibit and event space. Inside would
be a public lobby, exhibit space, a retail shop
and a place for visiting schoolchildren to eat
their lunches. The Review will take a more
detailed look at the present and future of
the Morehead in an upcoming issue.
The Morehead Building is like no ther on the Carolina campus, regally outfitted by John Modey
Morehead III (class of 1891). But it has not
always known which way to turn for the
camera. The original 1949 front faces west
onto McCorkle Place, and the addition of
the east-facing Morehead Foundation
offices in the 1970s left it with a rather
nondescript northern street facade. A pro-
posed expansion includes this new "front;'
its tall colunms and windows designed as a
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