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monday, november 29, 2010

Vinyl in a digital age Greeks


respond
All Day Records sells a di≠erent sound
by atar stav
staff writer to rush
F policies
or Ethan Clauset and Charlie has big plans.
Hearon, opening a record shop “We want to have a more perma-
was a long-awaited dream. nent listening station,” he said. “We’ve
And though the music thought about starting a record label
market has shifted in recent years to here, we’ve talked about reissuing
the digital realm, All Day Records,
the pair’s recently opened vinyl music
some North Carolina records that are
of interest to us.”
Spring rush required,
shop in Carrboro, is meant to be a dif-
ferent kind of musical experience.
All Day Records sells music pri-
marily in the vinyl format — 10 to 15
fall rush a privilege
“This is really a good time to be percent are new records and the rest
into records,” said Clauset, a co-owner are used, Clauset said. by Deborah strange
of the shop. “There are probably more Increased illegal music downloads staff writer
things being issued right now than on the Internet have taken away from After holding their breath for five
ever before in human history, and a CD purchases — giving vinyl a foot- months, members of the Greek commu-
lot of it is on vinyl.” hold in the market, Culross said. nity responded with a deep sigh of relief to
The Chapel Hill-Carrboro area, “As CD sales have decreased — new rush policies unveiled at the Board of
once home to a nationally recognized leading to smaller inventories for CDs Trustees meeting earlier this month.
music scene, has seen its musical — vinyl sales have greatly increased, “Everyone’s pretty excited [rush]
landscape change in recent years. allowing independent record stores to isn’t exclusively in the spring,” said
Merge Records, a successful label carry more vinyl,” Culross said. Brent Macon, president-elect of the
founded in Chapel Hill in 1989, moved But that market shift comes with Interfraternity Council.
its offices to Durham in 2001. potential difficulties. The policy will require Greek orga-
Decreased demand forced iconic Once a store purchases a vinyl nizations to offer a spring recruitment,
Franklin Street store Schoolkids record, it’s theirs to keep, whether or while the privilege of fall rush will be
Records to close in 2008 after more not it sells. contingent upon good behavior.
than 30 years of business. “Major distributors do not allow It will also limit the time potential
“The advent of MP3s and digi- unsold vinyl to be returned to them recruits spend on Greek activities during
tal music has led to file-sharing, as they do unsold CDs,” Culross said. rush and encourage upstanding behav-
which has left a wasteland of major “The burden of a record sitting on the ioral and academic performance.
music chains along the roadside,” shelf lies solely on the independent But even with fall rush preserved,
said Ric Culross, general manager of store’s shoulders.” members said questions remain.
Schoolkids Records in Raleigh. But the demand is still there. Despite having an option for two recruit-
But Clauset is optimistic. “Record stores that are exclu- ment periods, Greek leaders said confusion
Hearon and Clauset have been plan- sively vinyl are popping up,” said has circulated through the community.
ning the store for more than a year. Jon Mackey, a former employee at Several Greek community leaders said
In the small, narrow space at 112A Schoolkids’ Chapel Hill location. members have questioned the reasoning
E. Main Street in Carrboro that he behind the policy, the level of strictness that
helped convert from a bar, Clauset See vinyl, Page 7 will be applied and whether the policy will
be tailored toward each of the four Greek
Councils: Interfraternity Council, Greek
Alliance Council, National Pan-Hellenic
Council and Panhellenic Council.
“I will be disappointed to see a one-
size-fits-all solution for all four Greek
councils,” said Davis Willingham, presi-
dent of the UNC chapter of Delta Kappa
Epsilon fraternity. “All the organizations
are very different. It will be pretty diffi-
cult to implement one set of guidelines.”
Macon said he heard concerns over the
strictness of new GPA regulations which
will be discussed in the spring, though he
said the goal of the new policy is to encour-
age academic excellence as a whole.
Lindsey Stephens, president-elect of the
Panhellenic Council, said Vice Chancellor
for Student Affairs Winston Crisp has set a
January deadline to create progress reports
for starting execution of the policy.
“We’ll know what direction we’re going
in January, but everything won’t be set in
stone until Aug. 1,” Stephens said.
Had it not been for high-profile
attention within the past 18 months,
Willingham said the resolution might
not have arisen. The resolution is unfair,
he said, because other campus groups
dth photos/cAroline phillips that demand similar time commitments
did not receive new regulations.
“It’s been good,” Charlie Hearon, co-owner of Carrboro’s All Day Records store, Sam Miller, 24, of Carrboro, listens to records Nov. 22 at All Day Records at 112A E.
said of the first few weeks of business. “We’re really excited to be open.” Main St. in Carrboro. The store sells new and used LPs, singles, tapes and turntables. See rush, Page 7

Budget gap spurs higher tuition Black Friday turnout grows


Malls say new Tanger about $365 from about $343.
General Assembly reaction unpredictable “I believe many board members are Hackshaw met with the general manag-
comfortable with this range, but it’s
really too early in the process to predict outlets not a threat ers of Durham’s The Streets at Southpoint
and Raleigh’s Crabtree Valley Mall about
by Elizabeth johnson Four-Year Plan, which allows schools to with degree of accuracy what we’ll do,” a week ago. Both managers said Tanger’s
staff writer ask for tuition increases above the cap for she said. by Yunzhu Zhang opening hasn’t affected their traffic so far,
Universities across the UNC system undergraduate in-state students in times There has been concern as to whether staff writer she said.
are proposing tuition hikes well above of need. the tuition money will go to a general fund Rather than taking business away from “It’s a different kind of shopping,”
the average in response to the state’s In the past, the board has been hesi- for the state or back to the campuses. each other, new area outlets complemented Hackshaw said.
expected $3.5 billion budget shortfall. tant to approve high tuition increases, Gage said there are indications the new the malls to serve an increased number of Hackshaw said the outlets and regional
And with the change in control of the but that could change because of the legislative leadership supports letting cam- shoppers this year on Black Friday. malls serve different purposes — people
N.C. General Assembly, the final cost, expected lack of state funding. puses keep tuition money — as opposed to Tanger Outlets, which launched in go to outlets looking for the most efficient
as well as where the revenue from the UNC-Chapel Hill, UNC-Pembroke, using it to plug the state’s deficit. Mebane Nov. 5, gave shoppers another shopping, but many people go to malls
increases will go, remains unknown. UNC-Greensboro and N.C. Agricultural But two years ago, when the state choice on Black Friday, opening on mid- because of their restaurants, movie theaters
& Technical State University are four of faced a similar shortfall, the general night after Thanksgiving. and services for children. Deal seekers ran
Throwing out predictability the system schools who have said they assembly approved a $200 hike and But they didn’t affect local malls’ holiday in the Tanger Outlets and targeted their
expect to go before the board in January required the revenue to go toward the shopping traffic, said Kathleen Hackshaw, favorite stores to get the best deals.
In 2006, UNC-system President and ask for the maximum increase. state’s general fund. general manager of North Carolina “They came in at midnight, and they power
Erskine Bowles set in place the Four Year Board Chairwoman Hannah Gage Piedmont Tanger Outlet Center, after meet- shop,” said Hackshaw, who has been a man-
Tuition Plan, which established guidelines said in an e-mail she’s not surprised at What the cuts mean ing with local mall general managers. She ager of malls or outlets for about 10 years.
for tuition increases within the system. the number of schools asking for the also said more people came out to shop this Hackshaw said after restricting spend-
The plan holds university administra- maximum tuition increase. Alan Boyette, vice provost for UNC- year than last year in North Carolina. ing in recent years, many people missed
tors accountable for keeping the tuition “As the reality of the budget cuts sinks G, said the university is one step away According to the Black Friday weekend Christmas shopping.
increases at or below a 6.5 percent cap for in and we begin to hear legislators talking from submitting a tuition plan proposal survey by BIGresearch for the National “I would say this year is better retail-
undergraduate resident students. about 15 percent cuts rather than 5 or 10 for next year to the board. Retail Federation, 212 million shoppers vis- wise,” she said.
After the tuition plan was set to expire percent, campuses are looking at tuition as The school’s tuition subcommittee ited stores and websites during Black Friday Shane Fisher of Graham said he arrived
at the end of this year, the UNC-system one of the few tools they have to protect the weekend, up from 195 million last year. The
Board of Governors adopted a Second quality of education on our campuses. See tuition, Page 7 average shopper’s spending increased to See black friday, Page 7

this day in history campus | page 3 SportsMonday| page 10 Today’s weather


NOV. 29, 1928 … TOP TWOSOME CLEAR DOMINANCE Time to walk off
Calvin Coolidge attended the Two years after their The UNC men’s football that extra turkey.
H 55, L 44
football game between UNC first date, Brent Macon team dominated Duke
and the University of Virginia, and Lindsey Stephens 24-19 Saturday to Tuesday’s weather
making him the first sitting are top leaders in secure its seventh win Splish splash I was
president to attend a college Greek community in a row against the walking to class.
H 69, L 53
football game in the South. councils. Blue Devils.
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Research funding at risk Health


Campus Briefs
Medlin vetoes redistricting
bill, citing Code violations

agencies
Student Body President Hogan
Medlin vetoed Nov. 23 a bill that
would redistrict Student Congress Price might have less political clout funds are likely to dry up in the
next 12 to 18 months, Regan said.
lion, or 9.1 percent, compared to
the president’s budget proposal for
seats. It was introduced by Speaker Republicans also want to ban 2011, according to the association.

might
Deanna Santoro and has been dis- by daniel wiser to combat the federal deficit. congressional earmarks, a pro- Grants from the institutes are
cussed and altered by members of staff writer The reduced levels in funding vision that allows funds to be a principal source of funding for
the body for almost a month. U.S. Rep. David Price, D-N.C., would represent a decrease of $8.1 approved for specific projects. The UNC and research universities
In a letter to Santoro, Medlin weathered the anti-incumbent billion for total research and devel- ban would somewhat tie Price’s across the country.
wrote, “I do not feel comfortable backlash to win re-election in the

merge
opment spending — a 5.5 percent hands in obtaining funding for “In the past, NIH funding has
signing something into law that midterms, but his continued abil- decrease from President Obama’s local research projects. received bipartisan support,” Regan
goes against current law,” referenc- ity to funnel federal funding to the budget request for fiscal year “It will impact our ability to said. “Whether or not the new reali-
ing several effects of the bill that University remains in doubt. 2011, according to the American secure targeted funding for proj- ties of the deficit will allow it to main-
would violate the Student Code. Price served as chairman of the Association for the Advancement ects that are university priority at tain its current funding will be at the
Title II, Article I, Section 113 of U.S. House of Representatives of Science, an international non- the federal level,” Regan said. forefront on everybody’s mind.”
the Code states that each seat in
Student Congress must represent
appropriations subcommittee on
homeland security and used his
profit organization that advocates
science funding.
In the past, Price has secured
funding for programs like the N.C.
Several Research Triangle Park
entities have also benefited from
Change would
the same number of students, as
nearly as possible.
political clout to support federal
funding for research and security
“Cutting these investments — as
some on the far right have advo-
Bio-Preparedness Collaborative,
or NCB-Prepared, a public-private
Price’s support in Congress includ-
ing CREE Inc., a Durham-based
meet standards
This is the first bill Medlin has programs at UNC and the Research cated — would be a mistake for partnership that includes UNC- company that specializes in LED
vetoed as student body president. Triangle Park.
by Corinne White
our country and the Triangle,” said CH, N.C. State University and soft- lighting. staff writer
Student Congress will vote But with the Republican takeover Price in an e-mail statement. ware company SAS. John Palmour, co-founder and
Two area mental health manage-
on whether to override the veto of the House forming a divided gov- Karen Regan, direc tor of The program, which was launched chief technology officer of Cree,
ment agencies are considering join-
Tuesday. ernment in Washington, D.C., Price the Office of Federal Affairs at in June, aims to address potential said in an e-mail statement that
ing forces to meet state standards.
will lose his leadership position and UNC, said Price supported steer- health hazards in the region. although Price had assisted the
According to state law, agencies
From online archives, UNC might find it more difficult to pro- ing research funds toward UNC Andrew High, press secretary company in the past, their current
that manage mental health services
mote legislative support for research in the American Recovery and for the representative, said Price federal research funding is award-
researchers build 3-D models funding in the Triangle region. Reinvestment Act, also known as will continue to advocate for fund-
must serve at least 200,000 people
ed competitively through contracts
or at least five counties. Alamance-
In the Republican agenda the stimulus package. ing for NCB-Prepared and similar with government agencies.
A group of researchers at UNC Caswell Local Management Entity,
for 2010, A Pledge to America, Regan previously served as an programs, despite potential budget “Cree continues to receive valu-
recently teamed with the Swiss based in Burlington, is not meeting
Republican leaders in Congress associate in the Federal Affairs cuts on the horizon. able support from both sides of the
university ETH-Zurich to devise this stipulation.
suggest cutting discretional spend- Practice Group of DLA Piper The Republican pledge to curtail aisle,” he said.
a technique that automatically After its partnership with
ing to levels present in 2008 — Rudnick in Washington, D.C. spending would decrease the num-
creates 3-D models of landmarks Rockingham County ended in 2009,
before economic stimulus and bail- The University received $126 ber of grants from the National Contact the State & National Alamance-Caswell approached
and geographical locations based
out programs were implemented — million from the stimulus, but the Institutes of Health by $4.1 bil- Editor at stntdesk@unc.edu. the Chapel Hill-based OPC Area
on two-dimensional pictures on
Internet photo sharing sites. Program — which serves Orange,
The method, developed by a Person and Chatham counties — to
team led by UNC professor Jan- discuss merging the agencies.
Michael Frahm, uses millions of “I think that we have a lot of the
images that are processed on a same providers, and the communi-
single computer in less than one ties are a lot alike in that we serve
day. the same types of consumers,” said
Researchers demonstrated the Debra Welch, interim director of
technique by using 3 million imag- Alamance-Caswell.
es of Rome to reconstruct the city’s If the provider doesn’t meet the
primary landmarks. A single PC requirements by July 1, it could
processed the images in less than lose its state funding.
24 hours. Landmarks in Berlin The proposed merger would
were reconstructed in the same meet requirements and create a cli-
manner. ent base of 400,000 people across
five counties. Welch said the state
favors mergers because of their
City Briefs cost-saving efficiency.
Town to provide free parking “One agency taking care of five
on Saturdays in December counties is more cost-effective than
one taking care of two counties and
Parking in the town of Chapel another one taking care of three
Hill will be free during the holiday counties,” she said.
season. OPC Director Judy Truitt said net-
Parking is currently free on work size is crucial for organizations
Sundays in downtown Chapel that offer mental health services.
Hill, but the town is now offering “(The merger) would help to
patrons and visitors free parking prepare for future stability,” Truitt
on Saturdays in December. said. “One of the reasons that the
All municipal lots, the Wallace state is very supportive is that it
parking deck and on-street meters does create efficiency and hypo-
will be free, but the Wallace Deck thetically you can redistribute
and Rosemary-Columbia lot will funds to provide more service.”
begin charging at their normal But Truitt also said this efficien-
rate beginning at 5 p.m. on these dth/Allison russell cy can lead to a decrease in jobs.
Saturdays. Brent Macon and Lindsey Stephens are the newly-elected presidents of the Interfraternity Council and the Panhellenic Council, respectively. “When two area authorities
merge, one of the first things you

LOVING AND LEADING


New York Times profiles have to decide is who will be the
surviving entity,” she said. “It would
Culbreth Middle teacher ultimately mean that some individ-
A recent New York Times article uals would lose their jobs.”
A final decision on the merger
on how technology has changed
the ways teachers teach featured
IFC, Panhellenic presidents dating, collaborating cils, and I think our relationship will aid in
enhancing communication between our two is expected near the beginning of
Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools’ councils and other groups with whom we next year. Welch said business dis-
Culbreth Middle sixth grade social By Katia Martinez other and offer advice, which has been help- each have a connection,” Stephens said. cussions, like which group would
studies teacher Megan Taber. Staff writer ful to me,” Stephens said. Both Macon and Stephens said that their head the operation and which jobs
The story highlighted Taber’s The Greek community has a new power “She’s been extremely supportive through relationship will help the build toward that would be cut, could begin in March
daily classroom techniques, like couple. the entire process,” Macon said. collaboration. if the merger is approved.
digital warm-ups. Brent Macon and Lindsey Stephens, The two will be taking their seats on their “Coordination between the IFC and Former Chapel Hill Mayor Kevin
Using an iPod Touch and a both juniors, were recently elected presi- respective councils in January. Macon said Panhellenic is definitely easier and more Foy, who created a mental health task
Google form, the warm-ups collect dents of the Interfraternity Council and he hopes next year will be calmer for all four convenient,” Stephens said. “I think we’re force for the town in 2008, said state
student feedback as an assessment the Panhellenic Council, respectively. But Greek councils. both looking forward to watching each other mental health services have experi-
of learning. their story goes back about two years when “Now that the rush issue has been taken achieve great things within our respective enced structural difficulties due to
In the article, Taber said the Macon was introduced to Stephens through care of, I don’t think that next year we will councils.” insufficient resources in the private
techniques increase the level of a mutual friend. be having many problems with our separate Kayte Fry, coordinator of fraternity and sector during the last decade.
student focus, engagement and “Obviously, I thought Lindsey was a beau- councils,” Macon said, in reference to the sorority life, said the pair’s relationship will He said that he is skeptical of the
achievement. tiful, sweet girl, and I still do,” Macon said. Board of Trustees’ recommendations for not play a large role in future collaborations proposed merger.
Culbreth Middle School was one After their first date at Sigma Chi’s changes to the Greek system. and was not a factor during the election. “People are having to do lots of
of eight schools profiled. Christmas cocktail in November 2008, Macon Stephens’ goals for next year include more “Lindsey and Brent are both exceptional things that I think they hope will
said that he was excited about the outcome. collaboration between the Greek councils, leaders within our community,” Fry said in lend stability to the mental health
“I was definitely looking forward to going more successful philanthropic events and an e-mail. “I believe Lindsey and Brent will system in North Carolina, but a lot
County Board of Elections of it is just a leap of faith,” he said.
out with her again,” Macon said. “Luckily, the formation of a long-term partnership continue to forge these cross-councils part-
begins instant run-off vote she gave me the chance.” with a women’s-interest organization along nerships in the same way as before, regard- “Consolidation in itself is not bad,
After being together for two years, both with a mentor program that she and Macon less of their personal lives.” but if it’s because of money, then it
The Orange County Board of might not be the right choice.”
Elections will begin the instant credit their ascents to leadership to one are developing together.
run-off vote second round count another. “In the past, there has not been much com- Contact the University Editor
“We’re able to bounce ideas off of each munication between the four Greek coun- at udesk@unc.edu. Contact the City Editor
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Wollman of the FDA ban. “They’re two
Social Services Dept. seeks legal substances—caffeine and alcohol.
holiday program sponsors People can make the same concoction on Home
their own or at bars by mixing Red Bull nancycthomas
The Orange County Department and alcohol.”
of Social Services is currently goodbye sleepytown, hellllloooo chapel hill!
Marcy Mills likes this.
recruiting sponsors and donors

Said
for the annual county holiday pro- Jan Shelmerdine Gas and matches lebreedlove
grams that partner with Toys for are also both legal, but seems to be Its really hard to focus on homework after discussing
Tots and Balloons and Tunes. best if they’re sold separately... post-grad plans with mom this morning. #confusedsenior
The two holiday programs “That’s what you
Kathleen A. Brown Is Irish coffee
include Share Your Holiday and said” is a collection of next? How about rum and coke? sykestm
Orange County Toy Chest. Facebook posts and
I miss watching Wishbone. It was the greatest way to

Trending
Share Your Holiday asks families tweets from through-
to submit wish lists that include preview classics before actually reading them.
clothing items and toys, while the out the week. To have
#thankful
Topics:
#blackfriday

Toy Chest gathers children’s toys. your comment stefmp


These programs seek to provide
new toys and clothing for low-
income, at-risk Orange County
included, tweet to
@dailytarheel to make #panthers Do I really have to go to class tomorrow? I guess it's only
7 more days... #UNC #christmasbreakpleasehurry
sure we follow you, or
#clausen
#duke

children during the holidays.


#steelers

post on our Facebook emilycfarrar


Donors and sponsors are

#easleyplea
recruited by the department and wall. We also feature Made it back to Chapel Hill in one piece. What a crazy
its partners to gather toys, cloth- weekend. Now for unpacking, laundry & getting ready for
photos, which can be work tomorrow.
#delhomme
ing and food.
This year, those involved will try sent to dthphoto@
to assist more than 5,000 county gmail.com. garrisonmiranda

#happythanksgiving
children. do not want to do homework. Why can't break last for-
ever? #backonthegrind
-From staff and wire reports
4 monday, november 29, 2010 News The Daily Tar Heel The Daily Tar Heel News monday, november 29, 2010 5

City schools see overcrowding National and World News N&W


Fundraising under way Black friday frenzy

for community garden


by Brian Fanney
staff writer
capacity to meet the additional
need.
teaches the highest number of eco-
nomically disadvantaged students Know more on WikiLeaks released data on Arab
Although the district has not
seen abnormal growth, five of
“Even though we are overcrowd-
ed beyond our capacity, we’re not
in the district.
Hoping to pass future tests, the today’s top story: entreaties for US strike on Iran
the 17 Chapel Hill-Carrboro City feeling it as in the past,” Principal school is using former exam results WASHINGTON, D.C. (MCT) Pakistan’s nuclear program,
Schools facilities are over capac- Marny Ruben said. to determine what students need to Reuters reported Secretary by Emily Wiggins Twig, an eco-friendly Chapel Facilities Administrator Brendan
— U.S. diplomatic cables leaked U.S. and South Korean discus-
ity. Ruben said Seawell, which is focus on the most. of State Hillary Clinton might staff writer Hill store that donates 10 percent Moore said he hopes the garden will
Sunday documented Arab sions of Korean reunification
Of these five, four are elemen- home to the district’s gifted and “All kids can learn, that we feel pressure when she trav- Though Carrboro maintenance of its proceeds to nonprofit orga- be completed by the spring, though
entreaties for a U.S. strike on and an alleged Chinese govern-
tary schools, according to data pre-school programs, could not know,” Bongarten said. “We need els to Central Asia and the projects have delayed construction nizations, also began fundraising it depends on the construction time
Iran’s nuclear facilities, instruc- ment cyber sabotage offensive,
from Kevin Morgenstein Fuerst, offer its additional classes without to think about what they need to Middle East on Monday: on a new community garden, fund- Nov. 18 for the garden. frame.
tions to U.S. diplomats to collect according to news organiza-
coordinator of student enrollment mobile classrooms. know.” http://reut.rs/gPTesF raising for the project is already “Every year we invite nonprofits He said the garden will be situ-
U.N. officials’ personal data and tions given advance access to
for the district. The school has one teacher for After the school failed to meet For a glance into the infor- well on its way. that are part of the community, and ated in a neighborhood that had a
offered unflattering portraits of the materials.
Capacity levels vary from 118 every 28 students, an increase from the standards set by No Child Left mation leaked, as reported by Carrboro Alderman Lydia we basically donate a percentage of desire to form a group that would
foreign leaders. The first set of documents
percent at Seawell Elementary last year’s ratio of one teacher to Behind, it had to offer students CBC: http://bit.ly/gF8eKI Lavelle said that the board will our proceeds based on the requests build and maintain a garden.
Further releases in coming contained no explosive revela-
School to 86 percent at Frank every 26 students. the option to choose whether or Go to http://www.dai- not directly back the Baldwin Park of customers,” said owner Shawn “There are needs there where the
days by WikiLeaks, the whis- tions.
Porter Graham Elementary School, Ruben said this increase is due not they wanted to stay at Frank garden financially and that funding Slome. park will be putting their equip-
lytarheel.com/index.php/ tle-blowing website, will out- Still, the blunt language and
showing an enrollment disparity in to financial cuts, not higher stu- Porter Graham. will be left to the Carrboro Parks Slome said although he is unsure ment,” Moore said.
section/state to discuss line U.S. concerns over several unvarnished assessments of
the schools. dent enrollment. If not, they could enroll in either Project. of how much funding has been col- “The timeline is unsure until
the damage of the leaks. issues. world leaders could hurt U.S.
Elementary facilities as a whole, But Frank Porter Graham Ephesus Elementary or Morris The garden, which was request- lected for the garden, the drive will they get a better idea of construc-
These issues will include ties in many countries.
however, are only 34 students over Elementary faces a different situ- Grove Elementary. ed by Carrboro residents and continue through Dec. 7. tion time.”
capacity. ation. Bongarten said only eight stu- the Lloyd Street Neighborhood “We’re sort of early in the pro- Lavelle said town sur veys
Fuerst said the differences in
enrollment are partially due to the
The school is 75 students under
its capacity of 538 students and is
dents chose to leave.
“The families that are here like
Teen arrested in alleged bomb plot Ireland’s bailout Association, was presented to the cess, so I haven’t looked at all of the designed to determine what activ-
Board of Aldermen and approved sales and who they are attributed ities residents wanted to promote
fact that state-provided projections
for population growth were inac-
currently under sanctions from the the school,” she said. “They like the CORVALLIS, Oregon (MCT) tree the day after Thanksgiving in an plan nearly done Nov. 16. to yet,” Slome said. found that gardening was one of
No Child Left Behind Act. diversity.” — Last August, Mohamed Osman outdoor plaza in downtown Portland. Chapel Hill Town Council mem- But Environmental Planner the most popular pastimes.
curate for the area. “You have to pass it two years A new elementary school sched- Mohamud told two men who The festive ceremony on the busiest LONDON (MCT) — Ireland is ber Donna Bell said the garden will Randy Dodd said maintenance proj- “Gardening is a way of getting
“Projections are normally with- in a row to get out of sanctions,” uled to be built in the district won’t claimed to be al-Qaida operatives shopping day of the year normally on the verge of reaching a prelimi- allow residents to plant fruits and ects being completed in Baldwin outdoors, getting exercise, getting
in one percent of the district out- Principal Rita Bongarten said. materialize before 2013, Fuerst that he had considered violent draws thousands of people. nary agreement with international vegetables in a more interactive Park have been delayed due to con- local foods at their basic level and
come,” Fuerst said. “However, very While the school passed No said. mct/shawn rocco

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jihad since he was 15, and that he According to the FBI, they arrest- finance officials on a massive bail- space. struction and the permitting pro- where you yourself can grow a mall
small things can impact in a very Child Left Behind tests two years He said district officials are cur- now was ready to commit mass ed Mohamud after he dialed a cell out package, a government min- “The Carrboro Parks Project has cess. This has also postponed work garden,” Lavelle said. housands of early-bird shoppers arrived on the morning the day after Thanksgiving
big way.” ago, Bongarten said it failed by one rently in the process of compil- slaughter. phone that he thought would deto- ister said Saturday, as thousands been great,” Lavelle said. “They’ve on the proposed garden. “This is just a natural outgrowth
Seawell Elementary, which cur- student in the economically disad- ing enrollment data for the new raised money for several parks in “The contractor has been tied for people that want smaller gar-
looking for the best bargains at the Belk department store at the Streets of
Mohamud, 19, a naturalized nate a huge bomb — six 55-gallon of angry demonstrators marched
rently houses 84 more students vantaged category last year. school. U.S. citizen from Somalia, said he drums, diesel fuel and a large box of through Dublin to protest the Carrboro. up with another job, but we hope dens at home or in smaller areas.” Southpoint in Durham to kick off Black Friday. Belk, as well as many other
than it was intended to, is using With 47 percent of the school’s wanted to set off a bomb during screws — in a large white van parked country’s latest round of painful “They’ve taken this under their to pursue work in a month or two,” stores at Southpoint, opened its doors at 4:00 a.m. with severely reduced prices and
mobile classrooms that are not student population receiving free Contact the City Editor the lighting of a giant Christmas near the tree-lighting. public-spending cutbacks. arm too to be the next activity they Dodd said. Contact the City Editor
included in the school’s calculated or reduced-cost lunches, the school at citydesk@unc.edu. raise money for.” Carrboro Recreation and Parks at citydesk@unc.edu. large Black Friday sales that ended later in the day.
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can’t go Individualism should hold
strong in Four Loko debate
Do not forget the true
meaning of Christmas

‘home’ TO THE EDITOR:


What’s being lost in the debate
TO THE EDITOR:
I just adore Christmas. That

again
over Four Loko is that this ban was until this Thanksgiving
should come as a surprise to no holiday.
one. As I walked into my home
Since the Progressive Era, over Thanksgiving, I was greet-

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homas Wolfe said it go v e r n m e n t h a s o p e rat e d ed by my family, bustling about

Walking away from reason


best: “You can’t go home under the assumption that we with updates on their lives, with
again.” We all tried over the people are too stupid to casseroles and turkey, and, of
Thanksgiving break. We made make decisions for ourselves course, annual discussions about
our strongest efforts to integrate and, therefore, they ought to Black Friday.
ourselves back into our home- make decisions for us in their Black Friday, to me, is just
towns, our old friend groups Severe fines for jaywalking are the benevolence.
Progressives have done their
that — black. It’s where the
fine lines of the meaning of
and our families. Between bites
of turkey, we attempted to wrong way to pursue pedestrian safety best to limit our choices and Christmas get lost in between
restrict our liberties so as to pre- “Buy One, Get One” and “All

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remember how we used to do
it — to remember where we fit s the Department of piled by the US Department And there is little for the vent us from being hurt or expe- items 50 percent off ”. I never
into it all. Audience by audience, Public Safety ostensibly of Transportation showed that University as well. After tak- riencing consequences of our participate in Black Friday
we noticed that things simply seeks to make pedestri- pedestrians have the same like- ing $25 off the top, the rest occasional stupidity. because there is something
weren’t as we left them. ans safer, officials have started lihood of being hit by a driver of students’ expenses take The only legitimate line of satanic about it.
The truth is we can’t return enforcing jaywalking as a sig- in a crosswalk as they do when the form of court fees — as if argumentation is that, since tax- People literally go crazy
to the narrow confines of our nificant offense punishable by jaywalking. courts need to be clogged any payers are shouldering more of over these sales. And it’s the
previous lives. For better or for the health care burden, they have day where Thanksgiving
a fine of up to $166.00 after Pedestrians feel a false sense more than they already are. a right to limit what citizens con- and Christmas become
worse, UNC has changed us. And court costs. of security when they enter Roads on most college
when we packed to go home, sume to reduce costs. Thanksmas.
T his tac tic, which the marked crosswalks because campuses require a unique But at some point, we need Now, I understand. The
we took more than dirty towels
and sheets. We took elements department claims is about they know they have the right amount of pedestrian accom- to recognize that an integral economy is tough. People are
of these new lives that we have promoting pedestrian safety of way. But speeding cars and modation and host a lot of part of our human dignity is losing their jobs. But wait just a
created for ourselves. We took and not about raising revenue, absent-minded drivers are not foot traffic. free will. second. Why do people feel the
more profound life lessons than is unreasonable and is likely to always aware of the rules. Students living in almost any And any government intru- need to hustle out to buy, buy,
“Don’t pass out with shoes on” be ineffective. Students are likely to be left dorm on campus need to cross sion denigrates that dignity; buy?
and “Don’t have sex if they’re too Not only is the $166.00 fine with either a policy with pen- a busy street to get to classes, government is not our “caring So where is Christmas
gone.” No offense to Asher Roth, too steep, combating jaywalk- alties that won’t be enforced the Student Union and librar- mom.” and Thanksgiving in all of
but for me, three simple lessons ing may not even be an effective (just like the smoking ban), or ies. So it’s reasonable to estab- Look at the opposing argu- this? Wasn’t the reason for
made jumping back into life as I ments: “Four Loko is a danger- Thanksgiving to be thankful for
way of increasing road safety. a draconian policy that forces lish rules and maintain safety.
left it difficult. ous drink, right to be banned” what we have?
DPS officials say imposing students to pay a high price But the fee is too high a price (Nov. 23). Nope. Left turns are And how about Christmas
Lesson 1: “You don’t get to 500 these fines will lead to a safer that is hardly worth the added to pay for merely crossing the
million friends without making dangerous. The bricks around being “a time to be with the ones
a few enemies.” While this lesson
campus. But a report com- benefit. street out of turn. campus are dangerous. So you love”?
may have been inspired by “The what? Indeed, Americans measure
If someone chooses to drink themselves in “things” and it’s

Missing the mark


Social Network” rather than by
the traditional classroom set- Four Loko, knowing the risks, seemingly important to be up
ting, it certainly reflected life on let him suffer the consequences to date on all things from fash-
campus. I once thought that the of his choice in recognition of his ion to electronics. So I chal-
purpose of life was to be loved by humanity. lenge you, UNC.
all. In just this first semester, I’ve
put that naive outlook back on
Cutting o∞cers won’t reform ASG travel budget woes What this debate does reveal,
however, is the end of the pro-
This holiday season, remem-
ber others. Remember to bring

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the shelf where it belongs, realiz- he more than $200,000 the organization. manage the budget, then we gressive agenda: to keep us in change to give to the man ring-
ing that quality trumps quantity, perpetual childhood. ing the bell outside of Wal-Mart.
budget for the If anything, this fund should support the move on those
and the importance of befriend- Hopefully, Four Loko will be Remember to buy that toy to
Association of Student never be budgeted improperly. grounds. the straw that breaks the camel’s give to a kid who wouldn’t nor-
ing only the people who are
Governments is apparently not It’s a recurring cost and there But the current measure back and this will be the turning mally celebrate Santa’s arrival.
worth it. Upon my return home,
it became apparent that some old enough, given the rate at which are few excuses for why ASG effectively raids one fund point, whatever the irony, when Just remember the true mean-
friends served only to increase the organization is spending. should ever be unprepared to to make up the shortfall in we start to fight for our liberties ing of Christmas.
my Facebook friend count; their The problem stems from cover it fully. another, without addressing once again.
contribution to valuable friend- overruns in the travel budget. ASG President Atul Bhula the underlying reasons for Carrie Dobbins
ships was negligible. So it was a little unorthodox says he can’t rationalize a rea- going over budget. It can’t be Anthony E. Dent Junior
Lesson 2: Nathaniel that the organization’s response son to keep two officers over- considered a permanent solu- Junior Communications and
Hawthorne once compared hap- was to eliminate the associate seeing finances. To be frank, tion, especially since one of the Economics and English Psychology
piness to a butterfly, claiming vice president for finance and we can’t rationalize striking positions eliminated is meant
“the more you chase it the more administration position: one one from the constitution as to provide some measure of
it will elude you, but if you turn of the officers who oversees a measure to stem budget- budgetary oversight.
Quote File
your attention to other things it finances. related problems unrelated to The removal of the associ-
comes.” Adjustment is hard, and In spite of the holiday, we “That was before Tiger Woods
for a while there, I wondered if
ASG leans heavily on its stipends. ate vice president for finance still got some great sub- became a man whore.”
UNC was the right choice for travel budget — almost as The editorial board has and administration should missions that we wanted
me. Only when I stopped chas- heavily as it leans on its sti- always been a champion of soon be followed by a solu- to run. Be sure to submit N.C. State fan at game versus
ing this “happiness” and focused pends for officers. Delegates trimming ASG’s administrative tion that actually addresses all this week for a full ver- UNC: “We have titles in bass
on specific, attainable goals like have to travel around the state costs. And if the chief finan- the problems with the travel fishing.”
sion of “Quote File” on
friendships and class work did I to meet. It’s just the nature of cial officer alone is enough to budget.
find happiness, passion and the Monday.
“So, I knew I was like sick
courage to explore new ideas.

Join the opinion desk


“Players? I can’t go to Players. because I was sneezing A
This lesson points to a funda-
That’s like … the freshman LOT.”
mental difference between home
and school. At home, it seems that brothel.”
“I’d rather you touch my penis
everyone has either found happi-
than my iPod.”
ness or become content with their
lives. This directly contradicts the This is your opportunity to shape campus dialogue Girl: I think I have everything I
need.
Girl: “You’d just like end up

I
college mentality — at least my t has already been quite a You might have noticed the Boy: Are you sure?
impression of it — of question- inhaling the condom instead of
year — but we are only half- box beneath this space before, Girl: Yeah, dirty clothes and
ing everything, seeking more way through it. but take a look at it now. It has using it.”
and refusing to settle down. And tampons.
And anyone who follows the everything you need to know
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From the football team to the And if you think the most move during the DM meeting:
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Grant receives 90 proposals Black Friday weekend shopping


Both the number of shoppers and average amount spent increased this year,
according to a survey by BIGresearch for the National Retail Federation.
$400 Average spending
Kenan-Biddle selection starts Dec. 6 tive research topics also vary, rang-
ing from the biomedical sciences to
just mirror what the other one is
doing,” Lefevre said.
the humanities. “It’s not enough to have a great
By Carolyn Miller more than 70. Strauss said the partnership idea.”
Staff Writer But after several requests for markedly increases what either Selection committee member $350
Despite the historically bad extensions, the deadline was campus can provide individually, and UNC political science pro-
blood between them, students at pushed to Nov. 22. together doing more for the public, fessor Lars Schoultz stressed the
UNC and Duke University are eager “It’s a remarkable level of inter- science, students and faculty. importance of research as a form
to cooperate with one another. est for collaboration between the A selection committee meeting of learning.
By the extended Nov. 22 dead- two campuses,” said Strauss, who to review proposals will be held on “Research and teaching go
line, the Kenan-Biddle Partnership could not detail any of the propos- Dec. 6 at 5:30 p.m. in 105 South together; they are two ways of
$300
2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
had received about 90 proposals als. Building. nourishing a rising generation,
for its newly announced grant, sug- The Kenan-Biddle Partnership Mike Lefevre, president of stu- which is what the University 250 Number of shoppers
gested to be about $5,000 per pro- is a new, $150,000 effort aimed at dent government at Duke, said the Charter stipulates as the purpose

# of Shoppers
200

(in millions)
posal, said Ron Strauss, executive increasing collaboration between partnership will also bring together of our University,” Schoultz said in
associate provost and co-chairman students at UNC and Duke. both schools’ leaders of student an e-mail. 150
of the partnership’s review com- It is funded by the William R. government. Strauss said he has few concerns 100
mittee. Kenan Jr. Charitable Trust and the Lefevre and Hogan Medlin, stu- about the process in general.
One week before the original Mary Duke Biddle Foundation, dent body president at UNC, are “My only regret is that we won’t 50
Nov. 15 deadline, no one had sub- founded in 1965 and 1956, respec- members of the committee that be able to award 90 applicants 0
mitted proposals. As of midday on tively. will review the proposals. grants,” he said. 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
the original deadline, 26 applica- Applicants range from under- “The idea was they would get SOURCE: HTTP://WWW.NRF.COM DTH/KELLY McHUGH
tions were received. By midday the graduates and graduates to post- the president and student affairs Contact the University Editor
next day, the number had risen to doctorates and faculty. The prospec- director from each university and at udesk@unc.edu.
black friday been a company employee for three
years. “Business is a lot different
from page 1
from last year. Last year we only
rush New recruitment tuition what needs to get done,” said N.C.
Rep. Larry Brown, R-Davidson. at Tanger Outlets around 8 a.m. did $37,000 in the entire day.
from page 1 from page 1 Friday. He was excited to shop at “We were at $37,000 at about 3
A resolution passed by the Board Last year the N.C. General
Kayte Fry, coordinator of frater- of Trustees called for the creation approved a 6.5 percent increase for Assembly allowed schools to approve the outlets, he said, because most p.m. (Friday).”
nity and sorority life, said fraternity of a performance-based recruit- tuition, and the fees subcommittee up to a $750 supplemental increase years he goes to Southpoint or Marlynn Jones, a 1984 UNC
and sorority members are pleased ment system. Its recommenda- approved a 6.45 percent increase in after the schools had already pro- drives to Charlotte for deals. alumna from Durham, waited in
with the attention that the board tions to the vice chancellor for fees for next year, he said. posed their own tuition increases. “Because there is no food and line around Southpoint’s Christmas
has given the Greek community. student affairs include: Boyette said a 10 percent bud- After UNC approved a 5.2 percent no movie theaters, there’s less kids, tree to get her daughter’s picture
“I think that everyone appreci- get cut would cost UNC-G $17.2 tuition increase for all students, in- which is what we like,” Fisher said. with Santa Claus. She said malls
Limit the amount of time “We don’t mind kids, but we don’t are much easier for her than out-
ates the Board of Trustees taking million, and the proposed tuition state students were surprised with
spent on rush and Greek like to have a mall as a babysitter.” lets, in part because she already
an interest in our student popula- increase would only compensate a 24.6 percent hike after the $750
education activities. Tanger calmed down after a has credit cards at two of the mall’s
tion,” Fry wrote in an e-mail. for $4.5 million. supplemental increase.
Tucker Piner, outgoing president Provide more information “My crystal ball is pretty cloudy, Brown said the General Assembly packed midnight opening, and some department stores.
of the Interfraternity Council, has about other campus opportuni- and it always has been on these can’t project what the state’s final of the traffic moved to Southpoint “(My daughter) likes the play-
watched the process of the policy ties to incoming students. issues, but sources from the general budget cuts will be this year. when many stores opened at 6 ground. So, we shop a little while,
change for much of his term. Require organizations to offer administration seem to suggest that Gage said low-income families a.m. Friday. Abercrombie & Fitch and she plays for a while,” Jones
Despite the end of his tenure, an attractive spring rush the Board of Governors will be sup- might suffer from tuition increases. offered a free $50 gift card for said. “We get to eat at the food
Piner said he feels he can advise both opportunity. portive of our requests,” he said. “The wild card right now is need- every $100 spent during their first court, get to see the Santa Claus
sides in forming a cohesive plan that based financial aid because every few hours open. and get to do it all in one place.”
Require organizations that do “It has been crazy,” said Tammy
will appease all parties involved. New leadership in the state time our tuition goes up, more stu-
not meet new standards to defer Hodge, Southpoint’s Abercrombie Contact the City Editor
“We’re all working for the same dents need aid,” she said. “So that’s
recruitment to the spring. & Fitch store manager, who has at citydesk@unc.edu.
mission.” The board hasn’t worked with a the ticking time bomb right now.
Revoke University recognition Republican-led General Assembly How will we provide need-based
Contact the University Editor from delinquent organizations in more than 100 years. financial aid to the approximately
at udesk@unc.edu. that do not defer recruitment. “I would think Republicans 100,000 low- and middle-income
would like to see certain things students who need it?”
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vinyl cialize to stay around.”
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more available.” community.
The shop also offers turntables, “[All Day is a] shop that has a
tapes and vintage stereo gear, community presence,” Richardson
Clauset said, and has plans to offer said. “It’s a place where people can
magazines in the future. come to see music and talk about
The digital music shift doesn’t music and just hang out and have
have to be a threat, Mackey said. a good time.”
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PORCH helps feed neighbors holiday pat down

November donations up 70 percent “Mostly it’s just been people who have
by Ian Ager donations once a month from
been so happy to be involved in this just
staff writer residents’ porches since last May telling their friends.”
Chapel Hill-Carrboro residents through coordinators who organize
are stepping up to help their neigh- donations on their street or within Christine Cotton, Porch co-director
bors in need this holiday season. their neighborhoods.
People Offering Relief for Chapel These donations are delivered to Jones became involved with said PORCH is an excellent vehicle
Hill-Carrboro Homes (PORCH) five food pantries around Carrboro PORCH when Cotton, one of her that helps nonprofit organizations
is a local charity organization and Chapel Hill, including the running partners, co-founded the to help each other.
that collects food donations from Inter-Faith Council for Social organization. “I think PORCH is an incred-
neighborhoods in Chapel Hill and Service’s food pantry. “People keep saying to me that ible model where people know that
Carrboro. PORCH currently collects dona- they appreciate that I’ve organized foods are to be put out at a specific
PORCH Co-director Christine tions from almost 700 households this for the neighborhood,” she time,” he said. “It’s neighborhoods
Cotton said by just making an in 63 neighborhoods in Chapel Hill said. “People want to participate, organizing neighbors to put food
effort to raise awareness of its col- and Carrboro. and this is a great way to help their out on their porches, a very differ-
lections for the holiday season, the “Mostly it’s just been people who local community.” ent idea compared to how we nor-
organization was able to increase have been so happy to be involved Since PORCH was featured in a mally collect food.”
its November collections by 70 in this just telling their friends,” November article in Redbook mag- Cotton said the organization is mct/Olivier Douliery

A
percent compared to their normal Cotton said. azine, interest in PORCH organi- doing its best to stick to its mission
average. “Then these neighborhoods just zations has grown to seven states, — helping neighbors in need. TSA screener pats down a traveler at the security
“We decided to just do our best start popping up.” Cotton said. “That’s why it’s grown so well checkpoint at Orlando International Airport on
to increase awareness for the holi- Caroline Jones, a neighborhood She said a PORCH group in and so quickly,” she said.
day season,” Cotton said. “We know coordinator for PORCH, oversees California completed its first col- “Because it’s just that simple.” Wednesday. An increase in TSA security across the
that holiday time is when the pan- donations in the Glen Lennox area lection this month. country has sparked recent controversy concerning a more
tries are stressed the most.” and said her experience with the T he Inter-Faith Council ’s Contact the City Editor in-depth pat-down procedure and detailed body imaging.
PORCH has been collecting group has been extremely positive. Executive Director Chris Moran at citydesk@unc.edu.

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Resilient MSU defense Second-half run sparks UNC


challenges Tar Heels rematch contest
22-8 stretch seals

by megan walsh the overtime did an outstanding guy would come out of nowhere ... by mark thompson
assistant sports editor job.” They were very tough to break- assistant sports editor
Earning chance after chance, the UNC began the game dominat- down.” With the North Carolina basket-
North Carolina men’s soccer team ing possession, but the Spartans Benefiting from the strength of ball team facing a 50-45 College of
constantly fired at Michigan State’s seemed to be in the right place at all a nine-save performance by goalie Charleston lead with less than 13
goal in the third round of the NCAA the right times. MSU spent the first Avery Steinlage, the Spartans nearly minutes remaining, a sense of dis-
Tournament on Sunday. half blocking numerous looks at goal continued an NCAA Tournament may set in among the Smith Center
But the Spartans’ defense put all and swiftly sending the ball back to shutout spree until Martinez shocked attendees.
but one of the Tar Heels’ 31 shots its front line for looks of its own. MSU with a connecting shot in the Cougar guard Andrew
to rest in their Fetzer Field strong- UNC’s offense then responded last seconds of regulation. Goudelock was hitting 3-pointers
hold, which was held at a 1-1 tie to a scoreless first half by send- “We blocked as a team a num- à la last year when his team beat
until penalty kicks advanced UNC ing a flurry of shots at Michigan ber of shots,” Cope said. “We won UNC 82-79. And Goudelock wasn’t
to the NCAA quarterfinals, 5-4. State’s defenders. The Tar Heels air balls, and Avery made some big just hitting set shots, he was hitting
Anchored by defender Kevin nearly doubled their average of saves. But when it came down to it, circus shots.
Cope, Michigan State’s defen- 16.76 shots per game in attempts the kid had a great hit, and unfor- The game seemed on track for
sive wall didn’t just limit North to secure a tie. tunate for us it went in the back of another College of Charleston upset,
Carolina’s attempts at goal — it also But once again Michigan State’s the net.” and panic set in across most of the
set up an offense that nearly earned defense was there to make plays. Regardless of the outcome, arena, except for UNC’s players.
its 11th shutout of the season. This time, a strong clear in the 65th Michigan State’s narrow fall “I loved our poise,” UNC coach
A clutch shot by Enzo Martinez minute directly set up the Spartans’ secured motivation for a deter- Roy Williams said. “They go up
with nine seconds remaining in counterattack. Cyrus Saydee’s give- mined UNC defense. five. Goudelock is making some
regulation and a shootout save by and-go goal for a 1-0 lead was sup- “If you get enough numbers unbelievable shots, and we kept
keeper Scott Goodwin kept UNC ported by a defensive shutdown of back behind the ball, you can elimi- playing. And I love that. I don’t
alive in the last-second win, but UNC’s numerous attempts at goal nate the (counterattack) threat,” want to have to call a timeout and
the Spartans’ defense kept MSU for nearly the entire remainder of Goodwin said. “We weren’t able to just let the kids panic. I think you
among the best competitors the Tar regulation. once, obviously, but overall I think get stronger through the course of
Heels have faced this season. “They had a diehard attitude, we did a really good job ... One your program if kids can figure that
“They made it really, really dif- they were resilient,” UNC defender lapse, but it’s not going to happen out themselves.”
ficult for us,” UNC coach Elmar Jalil Anibaba said. “They just didn’t again.” But from that point on, it
Bolowich said. “(MSU had a) very give up. There were plenty of plays wasn’t so much that the Tar Heels
tight defense, and I thought their where we got in behind one or two Contact the Sports Editor kept playing as it was that the Tar
goalkeeper in the regulation and of their defenders and then the last at sports@unc.edu. Heels started competing. UNC
rebounded, played defense and as
Williams put it, “lost themselves in
soccer ods, the Tar Heels were forced into
their second penalty-kick shootout
history that UNC has accomplished
this feat, which comes a year after the game” en route to pulling off a
Sophomore forward John Henson goes up for a block against a Cougar.
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from page 10
in as many weeks after knocking the Tar Heels made back-to-back game-sealing 22-8 run.
“I attribute that to our great He was the first to score in a game-sealing 22-8 run for the Tar Heels.
upset, the Spartans managed to out Georgetown 5-4 on Nov. 21. trips to the College Cup.
regroup in the first overtime and Despite Saydee’s outstanding “I thought it was a real well- defense,” UNC forward John
very nearly had a winner in the performance, it was he who had played game by both teams,” UNC Henson said. “We played defense, Bullock for two points. 34-second run.
92nd minute. the game’s decisive miss when coach Elmar Bolowich said. “A lot and we got long rebounds and we “Kendall gets you in there a little Though Williams and the team
After collecting a loose ball in Goodwin sprawled out to his left of effort went into this game.” got steals.” bit better,” Williams said. “I talked were happy to see how effective
the midfield, Garret Back had a to stop a soft shot that was MSU’s The Tar Heels continue their Henson was the first to score to Larry (Drew II) about how he’s they can be while running the fast-
breakaway, but UNC’s sliding goal- second of the shootout. For the sec- NCAA Tournament push Friday on the run, but the change in pace got to continue to emphasize push- break offense, the Tar Heels know
keeper Scott Goodwin deflected ond week in a row, all five Tar Heels night at Fetzer Field, where they really began when UNC forward ing the ball, and I think that’s some- this was really its first emergence,
the ball with his head just right of converted their penalty kicks, and will host SMU at 7 p.m. Harrison Barnes was out of posi- thing we’ll continue working on.” and it still needs work.
the goal. UNC was set for its third straight tion defensively. Other Tar Heels UNC was fueled by each defen- “It should be better,” Barnes
After neither team scored during trip to the NCAA quarterfinals. Contact the Sports Editor hurried to cover his man before a sive stop, each turnover and each said. “The essential would be we
the two 10-minute overtime peri- It is the first time in program at sports@unc.edu. 3-point attempt. bucket to finish the 22-8 run lead- get it out, push it two or three
The shot went up with all but ing College of Charleston 67-58. passes and it should be a layup. So
one of UNC’s players away from the During the stretch, UNC shot a we obviously have a long way to go
elzy basketball he was able to grab a career-high
nine rebounds. basket. And the air-ball fell right
into Kendall Marshall’s hands.
solid 8-for-16, but it was defense in terms of all five players working
from page 10 from page 10
The true star of the day was and offensive rebounding that truly together as one unit.”
play our game.” Dexter Strickland, who was the The freshman point guard knew made the difference. The Tar Heels
of Draughn and Houston for the
Henson was the leading scorer main culprit in holding College of what to do with it and flung the grabbed five of their 15 offensive Contact the Sports Editor
season opener. When Draughn
for the Tar Heels, dropping 19 Charleston star Andrew Goudelock ball up court to a streaking Reggie boards during the eight-minute, at sports@unc.edu.
finally returned, White had taken
the reins at tailback. But when points on an array of post moves scoreless for 10 minutes while UNC
White went down with a season- and dunks. The game was a far made its 22-8 run. Mental health merge
ending collarbone injury against cry from the Henson that came to Goudelock scored a game-high Chapel Hill-based mental health
Florida State, Elzy finally got his Chapel Hill last year and wafted 28 points, but it took him 27 shots management agencies may soon
time to shine.
“He’s worked hard,” Draughn
around the perimeter.
“I feel a lot more comfortable
to get there.
“Goudelock shoots with confi- games merge. See pg. 3 for story.
said. “To get him in and get him (in the post),” Henson said. “Just dence,” Strickland said. “What I Crowded schools
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touches and the way he’s been having that confidence and prac- had to do was stop him from get-
playing, he’s helped the team out ticing every day, it gets easier and ting the ball, because I knew once Level: 1 2 3 4 Five of the 17 Chapel Hill-
tremendously.” easier. Hopefully I can build off he got it he was going to try to get Carrboro City Schools are over
He led the team in all-purpose this win and build off what I did a shot. Everybody did a great job of capacity. See pg. 4 for story.
yards in back-to-back losses to tonight.” rotating out and helping.” Complete the grid
so each row, column
Virginia Tech and N.C. State before Barnes, the preseason first-team
and 3-by-3 box (in
Garden funds
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bold borders) con-
The Tar Heels piggybacked Elzy the field, scoring eight points, but at sports@unc.edu. tains every digit 1 nity garden continues despite con-
for their first scoring drive, using to 9. struction delays. See pg. 5 for story.
him for 48 total yards including the
five-yard touchdown with 59 sec- duke a clean sweep of their rivals just
down Tobacco Road, giving those Solution to
Rival connections
onds remaining in the first quar- from page 10
Duke seniors no chance to ring Tuesday’s puzzle
ter. The drive, which started from the Tar Heels drives went for more the Victory Bell in their collegiate The Kenan-Biddle Partnership
UNC’s own 6-yard line, immedi- than eight plays, and of those, four career. will connect UNC and Duke in a
ately followed Duke’s first touch- resulted in Tar Heel scores. “It’s more satisfying,” Williams new way. See pg. 7 for story.
down of the game. “I thought the offense, with over said. “A couple of coaches got emo-
“I have been patient for so long 500 yards of offense, was pretty tional before this one, just talking Holiday helpers
and now it’s paying off,” Elzy said. “I much in control of the game,” Davis to the guys.
don’t feel any special way, I just feel People Offering Relief for Chapel
said. “It feels great to go out with a Hill-Carrboro Homes helps the
like I’m doing my part. Patience is “We moved the ball well, especial- win.”
a virtue.” needy. See pg. 8 for story.
ly in the second and third quarters.”
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Duke win? Doesn’t ring a bell


UNC sets its sights on
third straight bowl bid
by Louie Horvath
senior writer
DURHAM — The Victory Bell is becoming a
mainstay in Chapel Hill.
North Carolina dominated Duke for three
quarters, and withstood a furious late rally to
win 24-19. The win marks UNC’s 20th in 21 tries
against Duke, and its seventh consecutive series
win.
UNC (7-5, 4-4 ACC) also solidified its bowl
game bid with that seventh win, coupled with a
few surprising outcomes around the ACC.
“We doggone feel like we earned it this year,”
free safety Deunta Williams said.
That also seals the third
football consecutive winning season
UNC 24 for the UNC program, which
Duke  19 is the first time that has hap-
pened since 1998 when the
Tar Heels had nine straight winning seasons.
The mark is even more of a feat considering the
turmoil and turnover that the football team had
to deal with to get there.
“It’s good to have all the stats and stuff, but
this team being able to do what we’ve done
through all the adversity and kind of being at
the front of that is one of the things that I cher-
ish the most,” quarterback T.J. Yates said. “I
challenge any other team in the country to go
through what we did and come out like we did.
I’m very proud of that.”
After the first 55 minutes of the game, it looked
like UNC was cruising to a rather easy victory, as
the Tar Heels were outgaining Duke by 319 yards
of total offense and holding a 24-10 lead. But
with five minutes to go, Duke got a safety after a
fourth-down interception and penalty gave the dth/mary-alice warren
Tar Heels the ball on their own 2-yard line.
“Playing these guys is always kind of annoy- Senior tailback Shaun Draughn rings the Victory Bell following UNC’s 24-19 win against rival Duke. The senior class never suffered a loss to the Blue Devils in four years.
ing,” Yates said. “They keep coming back and

Patient Elzy finally


keep coming back. They’re a good team. We did a
lot of things to shoot ourselves in the foot, as far
as penalties and little breakdowns, but overall
we got the win and that’s all that matters.”
From there, Duke scored another touchdown

gets breakout game


on a six-play, 45-yard drive to get within five, but
the UNC defense tightened up when it needed
to, holding Duke to 17 yards on what would have
been a game-winning drive when Duke got the
ball on its own 24 with 43 seconds remaining.
“It really shouldn’t have (been this close,)”
Williams said. “It’s always like that when you Senior tailback ran with determination against Duke
play Duke. It’s always something about it, it’s
always going to be a tight game and you got to by Jonathan Jones there was no chance he wouldn’t buckle his chinstrap
understand that. You can’t let the bad calls or bad sports Editor again.
breaks that you get mess up your momentum.” DURHAM — As the running back carousel went “No way,” he said. “Last season, last game. That’s
Despite those wacky five minutes, the sta- round and round for the North Carolina football something that I wanted.”
tistics sheet still shows that UNC dominated team, Anthony Elzy remained for the whole ride. Quarterback T.J. Yates, also playing in his final
a large part of this game. The offense rang up The senior tailback bided his time at UNC after game against Duke, said feeding the running game
519 yards of total offense, including 255 yards being passed over time after time during the last fueled the Tar Heels and kept the offense balanced.
on the ground. By comparison, Duke gained three seasons. On Saturday against Duke, Elzy put “We know that going into the last game, especial-
just 12 yards on the ground and 275 yards together the best game of his career statistically by ly us seniors, we’re going to give it our all, and we
overall. racking up 116 yards on the ground, 21 in the air and weren’t going to let anything stop us,” Yates said.
“We always talk on defense about how impor- a touchdown to boot. Hungry would be the operative word. After finally
tant it is to make the game a one-dimensional And that was mostly in just three quarters. But getting his chance to start, Elzy has chewed up 531
game,” UNC coach Butch Davis said. “To hold when his team needed him on a third-and-inches all-purpose yards during the last three games.
them to 12 rushing yards allowed us to focus on after Duke suddenly made it a five-point game, Elzy To begin the season, Elzy couldn’t be found on
the passing game and rushing the passer. “ rejoined the huddle from the first time in more than the depth chart at tailback. Shaun Draughn, Ryan
The Tar Heels dominated possession, hold- a quarter of play and delivered the much-needed first Houston and Johnny White all topped him on
ing the ball longer than Duke in all four quar- down. the depth chart before the Sept. 4 match against
ters, including three quarters where they pos- He had suffered from cramps since before half- Louisiana State. dth/mary-alice warren
sessed the ball for 10 or more minutes. Five of time, causing him to miss a large portion of the sec- Then the NCAA investigation hit, stripping UNC Tailback Anthony Elzy waited his entire career for the
ond half as the coaches rested their new No. 1 tail- game he had against Duke. During the past three games,
See duke, Page 9 back. Yet when the situation called for him, Elzy said See elzy, Page 9 Elzy has totaled 531 all-purpose yards for the Tar Heels.

Tar Heels put away Cougars, 74-69 UNC tops Michigan


Henson leads UNC with 19 points State in penalty kicks
by Louie Horvath DTH ONLINE: Go to dailytar- by Aaron Taube until the last second.”
senior writer heel.com/multimedia for a Assistant Sports Editor Martinez’s equalizer was UNC’s
The difference between this video from Sunday’s game. T he four th-seeded Nor th first goal in almost 325 minutes
year’s men’s basketball team and Carolina men’s soccer team’s 2010 of play and capped a furious bar-
last year’s was readily apparent pointers, both of which gave UNC campaign was nine seconds from rage that saw a Kirk Urso free kick
in the last six minutes of North more transition opportunities than an abrupt conclusion Sunday, attempt pushed aside by diving
Carolina’s 74-69 win against it had previously seen. but sophomore midfielder Enzo Spartan keeper Avery Steinlage
College of Charleston on Sunday. “We buckled down on defense,” Martinez wasn’t ready to go home and a Stephen McCarthy penalty
Armed with a 62-56 lead, UNC for ward John Henson said. just yet. appeal denied by officials.
got stops and continued scoring to “Whenever there is a steal, or With his team trailing Michigan Prior to UNC’s late surge, the
put away the Cougars. Sometimes there’s a long rebound, that’s how S t a t e 1- 0 i n game had been a back-and-forth
it is that simple. we get to run. I think in the second MEN’S the wan- affair with each squad creating its
Last year, the Tar Heels would half we had a couple plays where soccer ing moments fair share of chances and putting
have allowed we got to run and threw it out. Mich. State 1 o f i t s t h i r d - three shots on goal during the first
MEN’s Stops and rebounds.”
BASKETBALL
the Cougars UNC  1 round NCAA half.
back into In the first half, the Tar Heels To u r n a m e n t Shortly after the break, Martinez
UNC wins in pks 5-4
C of C 69 the game by looked to pound the ball inside clash at Fetzer foreshadowed his late heroics with
UNC  74 allowing just and exploit their height advan- Field, Martinez received a deflect- a shot nearly identical to his equal-
enough scores tage over the Charleston defense. ed corner kick along the top of izer, but Steinlage managed one of
on defense and faltering offensive- Charleston made it a point to stifle the box, took a touch to his right his nine saves by punching the ball
ly. This year’s team instead held the Tar Heels’ transition by getting and unfurled a perfect strike that over the crossbar.
College of Charleston to 4-for-13 back on defense. curled into the top-right corner The Spartans’ defensive forti-
shooting for the final six minutes Instead, UNC struggled to get of the goal to resuscitate UNC’s tude was rewarded 64 minutes
as it pulled away. any movement and ended up title hopes and send the game into into the game when midfielder
“I thought that our team came shooting 39.3 percent for the half. overtime. Cyrus Saydee drew first blood after
together in the second half as a Luckily for UNC, Charleston Almost thirty minutes later, he an hour spent terrorizing UNC
team, more emotion, more enthu- didn’t scorch the nets either, shoot- was sprinting shirtless across the defender Matt Rose down the right
siasm,” UNC coach Roy Williams ing 36.7 percent on its end on the pitch, hollering in ecstasy after side of the field.
said. “They lost themselves in the way to a 28-27 halftime deficit. converting his final penalty kick “He was having a lot of success
game more than we have at any “We knew that the second half to give UNC a 5-4 PK advantage down there,” Michigan State coach
point this year. I think that’s the was going to define what kind of and book the Tar Heels a place in Damon Rensing said. “Once that
way you grow and mature as a team we were going to be,” fresh- the NCAA quarterfinals. ball was slotted in, I was pretty
team.” man Harrison Barnes said. “Every “I’ve never dreamed of any- comfortable that he was going to
While North Carolina didn’t game that we’ve been in so far, it’s thing like this happening to me,” finish it.”
look very comfortable in the been a one or two-point game at Martinez said. “It’s easy to have 10 Despite the shock of giving up
halfcourt, its suffocating defense half, so we had to buckle down and dth/erin hull seconds left and you just put your a goal just nine seconds from an
caused the Cougars to turn the ball Sophomore Dexter Strickland dunks to earn two of his nine points to head down, but we went, and we
over and hurry to shoot deep 3- See basketball, Page 9 cap a late UNC drive that sealed a win against College of Charleston. can say this time that we battled See soccer, Page 9