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Tuesday March 28th

Women's Tennis

Season's Future On Line for UNC, Ga. Tech

Game and time: North Carolina at Georgia Tech. Kickoff is at 7:35 tonight. Site: Bobby Dodd Stadium TV/Radio: ESPN will provide national coverage. The Tar Heel Sports Radio Network will provide live radio coverage; its flagship station is WCHL 1360 AM. Records: North Carolina is 5-3, 4-1 in the ACC. Georgia Tech is 5-2, 2-2. Series: Georgia Tech leads 17-16-3. Personnel Update: North Carolina -- QB Ronald Curry (left hamstring) is probable.

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Police Roundup

University Tuesday, Oct. 30 - Davis Library employees reported a suspicious-looking package in the library's mail room at 11:24 a.m., reports state. The package was from Egypt and had Asian or Arabic writing on it. Officials have not opened it yet, said Peter Reinhardt, director of the Department of Environment, Health and Safety. - Reports state that a laptop computer was stolen from 514 Carmichael Residence Hall sometime during the night while the victim's roommate was sleeping. The victim told police his room had been left unlocked, reports state.

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The Final Cut: Filming at UNC

Hollywood can recreate many places on its many stages and sets. But sometimes it likes to go for the real thing -- and when it looks for the perfect college town, Chapel Hill is usually under consideration. As the state's film industry has grown to the point where it produced $250 million in revenues in 2000, both UNC's architecture and the town's friendly nature have drawn filmmaker interest. William Arnold, director of the N.C. Film Commission, said he believes the area has even more to offer besides the right look.

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Campus Calendar

Today 8 a.m. -- Bracelets are being distributed until 5 p.m. for Saturday's ticket distribution. Stop by Gate 5 of Kenan Stadium with a UNC ONE Card to get a bracelet. 5 p.m. -- The Philosophy Club will discuss David Lewis' article, "The Paradoxes of Time Travel," in the Common Room in Caldwell Hall. 5:30 p.m. -- The Carolina Athletic Association will hold an information forum. Students can question and comment on ticket distribution and get Homecoming week information. The forum will be held in 431 Greenlaw Hall. 5:30 p.m.

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Touching But Not Really: Is It Innocent?

One of my funniest Halloween memories came freshman year. I was with a large group of people that included my older sister and some friends of hers I didn't know. We started off at a house on Rosemary Street. While we were there, I noticed that one guy was especially quiet. Every now and then he'd laugh at a joke or say a few words to one of his friends. Other than that, he just sat, smiling, on the couch wearing a Superman T-shirt and jeans. Then, about 20 minutes into our walk down Franklin Street, a girl in a sexed-up nurse's uniform grabbed him, and they started making out.

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Durant to Start Thursday Night

And so, the great two-quarterback experiment ends -- at least for one week. North Carolina coach John Bunting said Tuesday at his weekly press conference that redshirt-freshman Darian Durant will start Thursday night's nationally televised game at No. 23 Georgia Tech. Ronald Curry is still ailing from a hamstring injury he suffered Oct. 20 at Clemson.

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Plan to Construct 41 New Buildings

Eight years from now, the face of UNC's campus might be unrecognizable. New building additions proposed as part of the recently approved Development Plan aim to expand academic, research and residential facilities on campus. On Oct. 3, the Chapel Hill Town Council approved UNC's eight-year Development Plan that allows the University to initiate campus expansion. The Development Plan is the first phase of the Master Plan, a 50-year blueprint for campus growth.

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Assailant Robs UNC Hospitals Employee

An unidentified assailant robbed a Chapel Hill woman as she walked through an alley on West Rosemary Street on Monday morning. The robbery occurred behind the Key Food Mart, located at 325 W. Rosemary St., at 9:23 a.m., police reports state. The victim, an employee of UNC Hospitals, reportedly had $500 in cash stolen from her as she neared the store. Lt. Jeri Cole of the Chapel Hill Police Department said the woman was on her way to purchase a money order from the Key Food Mart at the time of the incident.

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House Republicans Release Plan

RALEIGH -- Members of the N.C. House Republican Caucus, calling for immediate debate on the U.S. House redistricting plan, unveiled their district map Tuesday. The proposed map contains a 13th U.S. House district containing portions of Chatham, Lee, Harnett, Wake and Cumberland counties. North Carolina received a 13th district as a result of the state's population growth during the last decade.

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Reports of Suspicious Letters Decreasing, All Have Proved False

Officials say reports of suspicious letters being received on campus have been trailing off recently, and none have presented credible threats to safety. In the past 10 days, there have been about seven reports of suspicious letters, bringing the total to about 30 since the nationwide anthrax scare began, said Peter Reinhardt, director of the Health and Safety Office in the Department of Environment, Health and Safety.

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Student Offers Counter Opinion to Columnist's Advice to Girlfriend

TO THE EDITOR: I am writing in response to the relationship advice by Adam Shupe to 36B and her boyfriend. The male claim that blatant breast goggling is "a product of typical, raging hormones" is not only a really lame excuse, it's also pure crap. Trust me, women eye bulging biceps just as much, but we?re taught not to rock the boat.

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