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Tuesday September 28th

Ashley Davidson


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Offcials Suggest More Security After Laptop Thefts

With a recent increase in reports of laptops being stolen on campus, both students and faculty are having to think not only about shutting down their computers but locking them down as well. On Wednesday, two separate incidents were reported of laptops being stolen from residence halls -- a problem that officials say tends to occur all around campus. Captain Mark McIntyre of the Department of Public Safety said students are not the only victims of campus laptop theft.

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Parents --Stay in Tune With UNC

For the Carolina Parents Office, Family Weekend is just one of the many programs that the office provides to help UNC parents and families. They want parents to be involved in campus activities and have resources to voice concerns. Year round. The Carolina Parents Office is just one division of the Carolina Parents Association, which all parents become members of when their students enter UNC. The group keeps parents active in and informed of key decisions. It also connect parents' concern with UNC administrators.

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Greeks Near Safety Deadline

Staff Writer Sprinkler system installations are drawing to a close as UNC fraternities and sororities aim for an August deadline. The fall deadline was set in November 1996 as a result of a town ordinance, a measure intending to increase fire safety after a Phi Gamma Delta house fire in May 1996 that killed five students.

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CAA Considers Changes For Distribution Policy

Carolina Athletic Association President Reid Chaney is working this summer to keep his campaign promise to improve basketball ticket distribution policy.One of Chaney's platform goals in last year's campaign was to relocate distributions from the Dean Smith Center to a more accessible place, like the Pit.

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Administration Merges Teaching, Technology Units

Faculty members and administrators are working to unite opposing views as a result of recent plans to combine teaching efforts with state-of-the-art technological support. University officials are merging the Center for Teaching and Learning and the Center for Information Technology into one unit.

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