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thursday, february 11, 2010

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arts| page 3
Duke drops UNC
ROCK BOTTOM
STEP UP
Every Tuesday night, rain or
to last in the ACC
calm, the University’s only BY David Reynolds
Sports editor
independent step team Before Wednesday night, North
Carolina’s season looked a lot like
gathers at the UNC ROTC early reports of forward Travis
to move in unison. Wear’s injured ankle.
With 10 losses, its NCAA
announcement Tournament chances were signifi-
cantly hobbled. The pressure that
DUKE: STILL THE BEST was put on it with each passing
loss made failure a tender subject.
The Daily Tar Heel apologizes And UNC’s season-long struggle
for this obviously erroneous with perimeter defense was a huge
cause for concern.
statement, the back page But the season was still unbro-
ken.
blasphemy and the ridiculous
It took Duke’s Jon Scheyer all 40
shade of blue on the front minutes in the Blue Devils’ 64-54
win against the Tar Heels (13-11,
page. We lost a bet. 2-7 ACC), but he finished the job.
“No moral victories,” UNC coach
Roy Williams said. “For 30 min-
utes, I thought we had the intensity
that we needed and should’ve had
the whole season, but after that it
was their work on the offensive dth/PHong dinh
backboards. They seemed more Duke guard Jon Scheyer slides past UNC senior forward Deon Thompson for a loose ball in Duke’s 64-54 victory against the Tar Heels Wednesday
hungry to get there.” night in Chapel Hill. Thompson finished 3-for-7 with two turnovers while Scheyer racked up game highs in points (24) and three-pointers made (5).
Scheyer overcame a horrendous
early shooting performance to put
the game away late.
BY THE NUMBERS
Roy Williams and
his team have only UNC inconsistent
Shortly after junior Will Graves
drained a three-pointer to pull
lost two of their
last eight match-
at small forward
UNC within one at 49-48 with 6:04
university | page 3
26.3
remaining, the Blue Devils couldn’t ups against the BY Joe McLean
immediately find an open look on Blue Devils. With Senior Writer

the other end, and the Smith Center the recent futil- Inconsistency has been a plague
ENERGY MOVERS crowd roared with excitement. ity of UNC play, upon North Carolina this season.
The energy task force is UNC cut off Scheyer’s pass- percent UNC shot from three- Williams is amidst The 64-54 loss to Duke was no
ing lanes, and a barrage of blocks point range his worst stretch different, whether you look at the
prepared to look at UNC’s in the lane earlier in the game of games while at whole roster or just at one spot.
Against the Blue Devils, the Tar

2-13
coal use and reshape our deterred him from driving toward the helm in Chapel
the basket. Hill. Heels received good 3-point shoot-
approach to energy. But as the shot clock dipped ing and solid defensive play from
below 10 seconds, Scheyer finally their small forward — but just not
made a decision. The point guard at the same time, and not from the
three-pointers made by Larry same player.
calmly picked up his dribble and Drew II and Marcus Ginyard dth/Phong dinh
released a high arcing shot with a Will Graves provided the scor-
hand in his face. ing boost the Tar Heels needed.

10
One swish later, the Blue Devils He hit a pair of 3-pointers early
(20-4, 8-2) were back in control by to keep the game close and led the
four points. And with four more team in scoring with 13 points.
Scheyer points down the stretch, John Henson mostly stuck to
the Tar Heels did not get within total blocks by UNC forwards what he does best: help defense
three the rest of the game. Ed Davis and John Henson near the rim. He finished with four
Scheyer finished with a game- blocks in just 20 minutes and forced
several turnovers in the paint.

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high 24 points.
“That was a big swing because But neither was able to contrib-
ute on the opposite end. Henson
university | page 10
we were all into it, and he hits that
three, and we’re back to where we shot just 2-for-8 from the floor,
started,” forward John Henson and Graves found himself unable
SURVIVOR points by Duke’s big three: to keep position on defense.
said. “That really killed us.”
The Blue Devils did it against Scheyer, Smith and Singler. “The big men were going to
Candice Woodcock, a 2005 block shots, and so that leaves
the Tar Heels best defensive effort

8
graduate of UNC, is of the season. their man open,” Graves said.
Duke was bothered by the long “And I did a poor job of get-
returning to the TV screen arms of North Carolina’s big men ting down to box out, and to help
on “Survivor” tonight. all night, shooting a horrendous them out when my man was on
13-51 from inside the arc, includ-
dth/andrew johnson the outside.”
games the Tar Heels have lost
out of the 10 played in 2010 Forward Will Graves was one bright spot for UNC offensively, shooting
Correction See Basketball, Page 11 5-for-9 with 13 points. He shared time on the floor with John Henson. See Forwards, Page 11
Due to an editing error, a
photo caption with Wednesday’s

Franklin quiet after loss Election mistakes


front-page story, “Medlin, Shah
move to runoff ” incorrectly
identified the staff member who
photographed Shruti Shah. It
was Sam Ward.
But students still
threaten vote results
The Daily Tar Heel apologizes
for the error.
show UNC spirit
this day in black As many as 300 cast wrong ballots
BY Sarah Glen
history staff writer
PAGE 11: Three of the student body
FEB. 11, 1990 … Despite another loss Wednesday By Eliza Kern
night, flocks of students displayed Assistant University Editor president candidates who didn’t make
Nelson R. Mandela, South their UNC spirit on Franklin Street Tuesday’s election results the runoff have endorsed Shruti Shah.
after the game. remain in limbo as mistakes by was my mistake. When it’s certified,
Africa’s black nationalist leader, While crossing Columbia Street, the Board of Elections, technology it will be certified as not passed.”
was released from prison after groups of students decked out glitches and confusion regarding The student organizations fee
in their Tar Heel best and carry- the Student Code have called into provides revenue to be distributed
27 years. Four years after his ing Carolina blue balloons joined question the validity of the vote. by Student Congress to fund stu-
release, he is elected president together in a heartfelt rendition of Board of Elections Chairman dent groups and organizations.
“Hark the Sound.” Pete Gillooly said he currently has The other two fees on the ballot,
of South Africa. As students sang, town trucks no plans to invalidate the election. the student legal services fee and
filled with trash cans combed the dth/katherine vance But according to the laws of stu- the safety and security fee, were
Today’s weather streets in search of possible danger. UNC students Sarah Day, Niki Pitcavage and Katie Jokipil gather with dent government, any student in both correctly reported by Gillooly
Even with UNC’s less-than- friends at Goodfellows bar on Franklin Street on Wednesday night. any election could sue the Board as passed.
Carry a big rock stellar men’s basketball record, of Elections in Student Supreme
H 44, L 23 the town of Chapel Hill prepared tonight, any fires that are started see,” she said. Court, on the grounds that the Technology glitch
to battle possible bonfire frenzies. have the potential to spread to But students downtown after validity of his or her candidacy
Chapel Hill Fire Chief Dan rooftops very easily,” he said. the game said they were disap- could have been compromised. A computer glitch that
Friday’s weather Jones said the fire department Adhering to her plans, Student pointed by the lack of bonfires. Information Technology Services
At least it ain’t windy plans for big events like Duke Body President Jasmin Jones said “We would not have com- Fee referendum said can likely be attributed to
H 45, L 30 games regardless of UNC’s team there would have been 15 beach plained about the cold if we communications problems pro-
status. balls for students to play with on had bonfires,” freshman Singer Gillooly announced Tuesday hibited as many as 296 students
“It’s sports, and you don’t know Franklin Street, but there was no Crawford said. night that all three fee referen- from successfully casting votes in
what the outcome might be,” he DJ scheduled. She has maintained Still, students seemed to dums had been approved by the the election.
index said. that bonfires pose a safety issue. share one thing in common — student body. Several students found that
police log ......................... 2 In collaboration with the Chapel Jones, who planned to attend a hatred for Duke. But he said he misread the elec- their residence or class informa-
calendar ........................... 2 Hill police department, Jones said Wednesday’s game and go to “I still say go to hell, Duke,” tion results and the $6 student orga- tion was incorrect, providing
nation/world . ................ 12 the fire department planned to Franklin Street after, said she still freshman Alex Munden said. nization fee did not actually pass. It them with inappropriate voting
crossword ...................... 13 have staff and equipment out on doesn’t know whether students was defeated by 2,037 votes. options.
opinion .......................... 14 Franklin Street after the game. will like her plan. Contact the City Editor “I f---ed up,” he said. “I
“Particularly with the wind “We’ll just have to wait and at citydesk@unc.edu. announced it in the wrong order. It See Mistakes, Page 11
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Task force to address energy Youngs


Corrections Edwards scandal
Due to a reporting error,
Tuesday’s pg. 3 brief headline
“Director of Sierra Club’s coal
campaign to visit campus today,”
incorrectly stated that the visit
First meeting sets fast pace for changes
deliver
was Tuesday. The event was
Wednesday.
Due to a reporting error,
By Emily Banks Toben credited Laura Stevens
Wednesday’s pg. 6 story, “All three
and Andrew Harrell and other members of the Sierra

some
referendums pass,” was incor- Staff Writers Club for relentlessly shining a light
rect. Although Board of Elections By taking a moment to look on issues of sustainability.
Chairman Pete Gillooly stated back at the history of UNC’s coal “The implications of this are some
Tuesday that all three passed, use, the newly created Energy Task of the most important issues of our
the $6 student organizations fee

tapes
Force is prepared to reshape the time,” Chancellor Holden Thorp said
increase did not pass. University’s approach to energy by during the first half of the meeting.
Due to a reporting error, the end of the year. He added that he sees the task force
Wednesday’s pg. 6 story, “Deane, T h e E n e r g y Ta s k Fo r c e , as an opportunity to show the work
Tyler tapped to lead senior class,” announced at the end of January UNC has done so far and open up to
incorrectly stated that the senior during a Board of Trustees meet- adjustments in areas where improve-
class officers help select the class
gift. Seniors actually can donate to
ing, aims to evaluate the state of ments can still be made. Judge wonders
campus sustainability, particularly Toben said he hoped the task
any part of the University as part of
the senior campaign.
the coal-burning cogeneration force would have “actionable rec- if there are more
plant on Cameron Avenue. ommendations” by the end of the
The Daily Tar Heel apologizes Tim Toben, chairman of the N.C. year, and would meet for the next BY Kelly Poe
for the errors. Energy Policy Council, set a fast, six to nine months. Members aim staff writer
focused and ambitious pace for the to focus on certain topics: technol- A judge is holding two former
CAMPUS Briefs group of administrators, students ogy, price, policy and alternatives. John Edwards aides in contempt of
Robert Barnard, emeritus and community members during “We’re not going to become dth/lauren mccay court even after they surrendered
art professor, died Friday its inaugural meeting Wednesday Chancellor Holden Thorp, center, speaks to the Energy Task Force many of the items the court asked
in Steele Building. See energy, Page 10 committee Wednesday afternoon at a meeting in Steele Building. for, including a sex tape of Edwards
Robert J. Barnard, a professor and his campaign videographer.
emeritus of the art department, The videographer, Rielle Hunter,
died Friday, his 88th birthday, in had asked courts to get the items
Chapel Hill. back from former aides Andrew
Barnard, who was born in and Cheri Young, but the Youngs
Northampton, England, in 1922, have not turned them all in yet.
served six years in the British Army They submitted items from a
during World War II. lock box in Atlanta which the court
After attending college, Barnard had ordered, but Rielle Hunter’s
came to the United States in the defense said they think there still
late 1950s to pursue a career in might be more evidence the Youngs
art education and art. His primary are not submitting.
medium was painting. After more than three hours
Barnard’s main focus as an edu- of hearing the case in court
cator was training art teachers. At Wednesday, Judge Abraham Penn
UNC, Barnard served as director of Jones decided that the Youngs could
programs in art education and was not be released
elected the first president of the from contempt
N.C. Art Education Association. He of court until all
was given the opportunity by the was settled.
Rockefeller Foundation to travel One of the
the country and gather informa- Youngs’ attorneys,
tion on the state of art education. David Geneson,
He is survived by his wife, Linda could not make
Jenkins Barnard, and son, Toby C. the hearing
Barnard, of Finstock, England, because he was Andrew Young
a history professor at Hereford stuck in snow is still involved
College, Oxford University. in Washington, in a legal
D.C. wrangle over
Roosevelt Institute to hold G e n e s o n personal tapes.
delivered the
forum for runoff candidates Edwards “personal tape” to the
FBI. Because he was not able to
The Roosevelt Institute will hold
be questioned during the hear-
a forum between Hogan Medin and
ing, Jones decided the whole story
Shruti Shah, the two student body
hadn’t yet been told.
president candidates who will com-
“We did the best we could to get
pete in next week’s runoff election.
everything we could,” Andrew Young
The forum will be held at 7 p.m.
said, wearing a Carolina blue tie.
today in Murphey Hall, Room 116. dth/lauren vied Both Youngs testified under oath
Members of Born 2 Step, founded by Lindsey Jefferies, center, practice Tuesday night in the ROTC Armory. Born 2 Step is a new team on that they did not have any more
Fast-food chain Hardee’s campus and welcomes anyone to the group. Their next performance will be at Dance Marathon held over February 19-February 20. of Hunter’s property without her
gives $6,450 to cancer center consent in their possession, nor do

BORN TO STEP
they know of anyone who does.
The Hardee’s restaurant chain Hunter’s attorneys pointed out
donated $6,450 to the Lineberger several inconsistencies in Young’s
Comprehensive Cancer Center statements and original affidavits,
during a recent men’s basketball which led them to argue that there
game.
Hardee’s donates $25 for every Campus step teams create own music, rhythm Jefferies developed so that the group could
learn something together. After that, she want-
might be more materials Young is
not submitting.
3-point shot made by a men’s bas- ed the choreography to be group-oriented, “They are taking back things
ketball player during the regular BY Lucie shelly ping since she was five, credits her mother with everyone contributing to the routine. they said Friday,” Hunter’s attor-
season. staff writer as her inspiration. “We’re always in the brainstorming stage, ney Alan Duncan said. “If there
The fast-food chain has donat- Every Tuesday night, rain or calm, a “My mom had a community group, and I like, ‘What should we do now, patty cake?’” are other tapes made, there are still
ed about $25,000 to the UNC group of women gather at the UNC ROTC would step here and there, in my church and Jefferies said. some questions to be asked.”
Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer armory building to clap, stomp and move high school,” she said. Moore joined the group with no experi- A video tape labeled “Special”
Center since 2009. in unison at the command of their director, The summer after her first year at UNC, ence, but was eager to learn. was recovered from the Atlanta
Lindsey Jefferies. she undertook the project of forming an offi- “I love it. We get together and just have lock box.
city Briefs “Alright ladies, let’s do it again!” cially recognized step squad. An older group, a good time thinking about what will look Other tapes submitted to
They are members of the stepping squad called breaknpoint, had lost recognition. cool,” Moore said. the court included ones labeled
BOCC to discuss county’s born2step, the University’s only official, inde- Brittany Nichols, secretary of the Lambda Born2step now has a membership of 10 “Missing Webisodes” and “Rielle
2010-11 fiscal year budget pendent squad. UNC also has several step Psi chapter of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, women, and anyone is welcome to join, regard- visits UNC Poverty Center.”
teams associated with the Greek system. Inc., said stepping in the Greek system is not less of experience. There are only women in A USB drive found in a box
The Orange County Board of Kiva Moore, a freshman communication only fun, but a source of pride. the group currently, but it is open to all. containing photographs was also
Commissioners will be meeting studies major and member of born2step, said “The Greek aspect changes it. That’s Jefferies says her main goal is to cre- submitted.
today to discuss the development stepping could be called dance, but there’s where it originated,” Nichols said. ate a low-stress environment, but that the A DVD containing only audio
of the 2010-11 fiscal budget. greater freedom to it than other dance types. Nichols also said the tradition of step in mission of the group is to entertain others files was recovered from the box
The board will be discuss- “You can use music, but you don’t have sororities and fraternities within the histori- purely through step. but not submitted to the court
ing property taxes, motor vehicle to,” Moore said. “We use our hands and feet cally black National Pan-Hellenic Council While the Greek steppers have other under attorney-client privilege.
property taxes, sales taxes and land as the music and rhythm.” allows them to have signature moves within activities within their organizations aside Robert Trenkle, who also repre-
transfer and construction related Jefferies founded born2step in October their organizations. from purely stepping, Nichols says it’s an sented the Youngs, argued that the
revenues. 2009 when she couldn’t find an outlet for Moves are passed on from class to class, important part of their community. Youngs went above and beyond
The meeting will be at 7 p.m. stepping outside of the Greek system. becoming traditional steps. “You bond within the sorority. It’s our tra- submitting all materials the court
today at the Southern Human “I would have done it through a soror- The Lambda Psi chapter has passed down dition and part of our history.” required. Rielle’s attorneys wished
Services Center at 2501 Homestead ity, but they’re not stepping all the time. I the tradition of using canes in their routines, to cross examine the Youngs, but
Road in Chapel Hill. would’ve been mad,” she said. and they are the only sorority to do so. Contact the Arts Editor Trenkle argued that questions
Jefferies, a sophomore who has been step- Born2step also has signature steps that at artsdesk@unc.edu.
— From staff and wire reports. See hearing, Page 10

Bowles sends on Bowles’ 2010-11 recommended tuition increases:


UNC-Chapel Hill Non-resident: up $168 to $14,519 Western Carolina

tuition requests Resident: up $200 to $4,065 (5.2%)


Non-resident: up $927 to $22,680
(4.3%)
(1.2%)
Appalachian State
Resident: up $152 to $2,493 (6.5%)
Resident: up $137 to $2,243 (6.5%)
Non-resident: up $137 to $11,840
(1.2%)
N.C. State Non-resident: up $843 to $13,805 Winston-Salem State
Amounts less than legislature mandate Resident: up $150 to $4,103 (3.8%) (6.5%) Resident: up$115 to $1,884 (6.5%)
By Ariel Zirulnick amount. Non-resident: up $200 to $16,638 Fayetteville State Non-resident: up $115 to $10,870
State and national editor But Bowles has expressed hope (1.2%) Resident: up $124 to $2,029 (6.5%) (1.1%)
UNC-system President Erskine that the legislature will replace its
Bowles is continuing to promote a mandated increase with the alterna- ECU Non-resident: up $245 to $12,493 UNC-Asheville
lower tuition increase for system tive increases recommended by him, Resident: up $90 to$2,581(3.6%) (2%) Resident: up $155 to $2,544 (6.5%)
schools than the increase proposed assuming they are approved by the N.C. Central
by the N.C. General Assembly. Board of Governors. Non-resident: up $880 to $14,205 Non-resident: up $917 to $15,023
Bowles’ recommendations match Bowles also is asking the legisla- (6.6%) Resident: up $113 to $2,377 (5%) (6.5%)
the ones created by individual cam- ture to return tuition revenue to the N.C. A&T Non-resident: up $617 to $12,950 Elizabeth City State
puses in the last few months. All are campuses.
less than the tuition increase man- Resident: up $110 to $2,104 (5.5%) (5%) Resident: up $109 to $1,790 (6.5%)
The average school’s tuition
dated by the N.C. General Assembly increase based on the legislative Non-resident: up $110 to $11,546 UNC-Pembroke Non-resident: up $697 to $11,427
at the close of its 2009 session. mandate is 7.2 percent, or $180. The
At its monthly meeting today, the average increase proposal from UNC
(1%) Resident: up $113 to $2,173 (5.5%) (6.5%)
budget and finance committee of the campuses is 5.2 percent, or $131. UNC-Charlotte Non-resident: up $113 to $11,380 UNC School of the Arts
UNC-system Board of Governors is If the committee approves the
Resident: up $103 to $2,619 (4.1%) (1%) Resident: up $200 to $3,557 (6%)
expected to authorize Bowles’ rec- tuition increases, it will go to the
ommendations. full board Friday for a vote and then Non-resident: up $538 to $13,666 UNC-Wilmington Non-resident: up $612 to $15,915
The legislature established tuition on to the legislature. (4.1%) Resident: up $52 to $2,617 (2%) (4%)
increases in August 2009 for the
UNC system that are the lesser of Contact the State & National UNC-Greensboro Non-resident: up $269 to $13,716
$200 or 8 percent of the 2009-10 Editor at stntdesk@unc.edu. Resident: up $168 to $2,758 (6.5%) (2%)
4 thursday, february 11, 2010 Campus The Daily Tar Heel

Granville Towers gets new look Derickson takes


by Lauren Ratcliffe
Staff writer
Students living in Granville
next year because I saw all the
things they were doing.”
Kelly Stasko, general manager
wireless Internet, elevator improve-
ments and community printers.
Sophomore resident Mazare
Changes to the
Granville Towers:
over as registrar
Towers returned from winter break of Granville Towers, would not Rogers said there are good and bad
to find their residence halls sporting provide information on how much things about the changes to the West Tower
New roof, paint and carpet to
O∞ce will move What does the
a bold new look. the renovations cost. She said the main study lounge.
Renovations included changes to costs for the changes were funded “The new paint they have there The Agora dining facility
Replaced the structural
to new software registrar do?
each of the three buildings. Many by a yearly budget approved and is a calming bluish-green and it The registrar’s office is a branch
were visible, some were not, but they provided by the UNC Foundation, really works to calm me,” she said. canopy at the tower’s entrance of the Office of the Executive Vice
By Lindsay Ruebens
were intended to give the towers a which owns the complex. “It’s more spacious, but one thing Renovated fitness center Staff Writer Chancellor and Provost. He over-
more updated look and to attract The UNC Foundation purchased I’m not such a fan of is the smaller with separate spaces for cardio Christopher Derickson, the sees registration, assignment
new residents for the coming years. the land occupied by Granville tables.” machines, weight machines and current associate registrar, will of class space, collection of
“We wanted it to be a place that Towers and University Square Almon Hall, a junior resident, floor exercises take over as assistant provost and grades, reporting of academic
students could take pride in and in June 2008 for $45.75 million. said the renovations were improve- New artwork for fitness center University registrar on March 15. eligibility, administration of the
enjoy coming here,” said Allison Stasko said the renovations were ments both functionally and aesthet- and lobby The registrar, who reports to graduation process and issuance
Kenney, assistant general manager not related to the change in owner- ically. He said he personally enjoys South Tower the provost, is responsible for of transcripts for UNC’s 18,000
for Granville Towers. ship of the space. the creation of the game room in the Some lobby walls torn down; managing registration, assigning undergraduates.
“We understand that it’s different Residents said they were espe- basement of the East tower. others painted classrooms, gathering grades and The office is also responsible
coming from a home that is deco- cially excited about the changes to “We’ve already been down there Artwork in lobby and study sending out transcripts, notifying for a significant portion of
rated a certain way. When you’re the East basement. to play air hockey and foosball,” he lounge students of academic eligibility ConnectCarolina, the University’s
talking about a high-rise building, “The basement was really wasted said. “I know this place has been Study lounge renovated with and supervising graduation pro- transition to an integrated
it can be hard to do that, so we’re space,” Stasko said. “So we replaced here since the 70s. I don’t know if new paint, carpet, study tables, cedure. software platform for student,
trying to bridge that gap.” the carpet and moved the game they’ve done renovations before, but chairs and upholstered furniture It is one of the most visible personnel and finance records.
Some students said the renova- tables down there.” it didn’t look like they had.” South structural canopy and administrative positions to stu-
tions led to their housing decision Kenney said more students have Stasko said future renovations breezeway replaced dents.
for next year. used the game tables since the fur- will focus on the student rooms and East Tower Derickson comes into the office a personal online shopping cart so
“It gives Granville a new look,” niture was relocated. upgrading amenities, though no New carpet, paint, artwork with experience in advising, admis- that by registration time on April
said sophomore Chazle’ Lassiter. Most students said they felt the specific details could be provided. and decorations to the basement sions, teaching and the registrar’s 12, signing up for classes should
“Kind of a cosmopolitan New York upgrades were an improvement Game tables relocated from office, and said he hopes to make be simpler than under the old sys-
kind of feel. It actually contributed over the old look, but said they still Contact the University Editor West Tower into the basement the office work better for students. tem.
to my decision to stay in Granville want several features, including at udesk@unc.edu. “I’ve found that what I enjoy “My most immediate goal is to
most is knowing that I’m making make sure this registration goes as

College food banks see increase in student need


students’ lives better and easier as well as possible and making that
an administrator,” he said. big shift go as seamlessly as it can,”
He will relieve associate regis- Derickson said.
trar Roberta Kelly, who has held As the new registrar, Derickson
Students struggle bank. But students are turning to
college-sponsored food banks for
the position as interim University
registrar since July 2009 when
said he plans to form an advisory
group, which would include advis-
to buy own food help because of ever-increasing
tuition costs, the loss of financial
the former registrar, Alice Poehls,
stepped down.
ers, admissions officers, represen-
tatives from professional schools
aid programs like state scholar- Bruce Carney, who serves as and students.
DETROIT (MCT) — Michigan ships and financial support from interim executive vice chancellor “I want to be constantly taking
State University student Nichole home being cut-off or diminished and provost, said he was happy to consideration of their needs on
Wickens never imagined standing because parents have lost jobs. hire Derickson. campus,” he said.
in line to get staples from a food “This perception that students, “He’s very familiar with how the Derickson emphasized the
pantry. because they’re going to college, have registrar’s office has been working importance of communication
But that’s what the 21-year-old is money isn’t accurate and never was,” and how it’s going to be working in between faculty, staff and students.
doing this night at MSU’s Olin Health said Dennis Martell, the MSU health the future,” Carney said. He said he wants advisers to feel
Center, where the student-run food education services coordinator and Similarly, Assistant Provost comfortable with the new registra-
bank has seen a 25 percent jump in the food bank’s faculty adviser. MCT/Kimberly P. Mitchell Lynn Williford, who led the search tion program as soon as possible so
need from the 2007-08 school year.
Nichole Wickens, 21, of Walled Lake, picks out food while waiting for committee, said she’s pleased with as to make the process go smoothly
In three bags, Wickens car- ‘Eat or pay bills’ the decision. for everyone involved.
ries away boxes of instant mashed
her groceries that she got from the Michigan State food bank Jan. 13.
“We interviewed a number of “I want an open door policy,” he
potatoes and dried pasta, a loaf of Grand Valley State University who put together a task force of Falls, Ohio, is a senior studying people with a preliminary inter- said. “I want them to feel that they
bakery bread, applesauce and a box in Allendale, Mich., opened a school counselors and financial aid communications and hospitality. view, brought three on campus, can come right to me for help.”
of shredded wheat cereal. At retail, food pantry last April, following officials, who confirmed that a food She has a part-time job on campus and Chris Derickson just stood In the long term, Derickson said
it’s only worth about $20 — but it a suggestion from student Susana pantry would be beneficial. and said the food bank “helps you out in the end,” Williford said. he really wants to be an invisible
makes a big difference to Wickens. Villagomez-Barajas. The GVSU food pantry has helped get from one paycheck to the next.” “He had the right combination of guide for campus.
“My student account was in stocks, “One of the girls I worked with ... more than 200 students since it Her father, who works in a business experience and has a lot of great “The best compliment a regis-
and stocks were hit hard,” Wickens told me she never had food — that opened, said Rachael DeWitt, who clearing land for construction, has ideas.” trar can get from students is that
said. She has a part-time job on cam- it was either eat or pay bills,” said runs the food bank while pursuing seen his hours cut, and “you don’t Derickson has served as asso- things are nice and quiet,” he said.
pus as a night receptionist, and gets Villagomez-Barajas, 20, of Grand a master’s degree in social work and want to ask them for money.” ciate registrar for the past two “It’s like how you only really notice
some financial aid for tuition. “But Rapids, Mich., who is majoring in public administration. Director Kristin Moretto said the years, leading the launch of the ref if he messes up.”
I’m paying for a car, phone, com- clinical lab science. “I heard my “Students feel the brunt of tough MSU food bank’s budget is about ConnectCarolina, a new integrated Overall, Williford is satisfied
puter, rent and everything else,” she friends talking about the same economic times,” said DeWitt. $40,000. computer system that will organize with the whole situation.
said, “so coming here really helps. It’s thing and students in my classes, “Their parents were able to support “This is a grass-roots student- administrative, faculty and student “We were very lucky that he was
a resource to students.” so I came up with that idea.” them before, but now their parents run organization,” Moretto said. information into one program. here on our own campus who turns
College campuses aren’t places Villagomez-Barajas talked to the have lost their jobs.” “The food isn’t being taken away The transition to out to be the best in the country as
where you expect to find a food director of GVSU’s Women’s Center, Lauren Jones, 21, of Cuyahoga from anyone else who needs it.” ConnectCarolina will be a major far as we’re concerned,” she said.
component of Derickson’s tenure “This was one of those searches
as registrar. that had a very happy ending and
ConnectCarolina will make its I was happy to be a part of the pro-
debut for current students in early cess.”
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Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Bon Iver


Mind For Emma, Forever
Ago
Alright, so it’s not exact-
ly a make-out movie. Bon Iver’s Justin
Nevertheless, this wholly Vernon’s haunting
original, cleverly written falsetto reaches the
gem is a profound tes- depths of broken
tament to the strength hearts and latches
of human connec- on completely. As
tion. With its oddball he picks away at his
romantics and refresh- own emotional scars
ingly candid dialogue, with an album about
the film is flirtatious as disconnected love, he
it transports you through manages to instill a spark
the mind of a man who has of hope. While the lyrics
decided to procedurally erase “Only love is all maroon,”
the memory of his ex-girlfriend. serve as painful remind-
This triumph of the heart over ers of what once was,
the mind is too moving for any the album’s closer, “Re: Ryan Adams
couple to ever forget. Stacks” resonates with Heartbreaker
the notion that the end
— Rocco Giamatteo has yet to come. Ryan Adams’ debut album
Heartbreaker is an hour of sheer
— Elizabeth Byrum anguish.
Wall-E Vintage country, blues and folk
color songs about all types of rela-
To say that a couple acts like
tionship trouble – from waiting on
robots is no longer a biting insult.
the phone call that never comes
This animated tale of post-
to cheating on your partner with
apocalyptic robot love between
their friend. You’ll feel slightly bet-
Wall-E and the fertile EVE dis-
ter about yourself as Adams howls
plays a greater range of romantic
lines like “I just want to die without
emotion than even many humans
you” and “Rose-colored sunsets, no
can muster.
flowers for me.” Being heartbroken
Through the digital coos and
never sounded so good.
erotic whistles of these lovers it’s
easy to hear, with the right kind
— Anna Norris
of ears, the lingua amore of the
future.

— Jonathan Pattishall

High Fidelity

In “High Fidelity,” John Cusack’s Kanye West


elitist record store clerk Rob 808s and Heartbreak
Gordon compares relationships
and their difficulties to the mak- Not that he was ever one to hold
ing of a compilation tape. back, but between the death of his
It’s a fitting observation for a mother and split with his fiance,
man who sees everything in his Kanye had a lot of fodder for his
life in terms of pop-culture and Auto-Tune opus.
lists and decides to recount his Lines such as “Goodbye, my
“Top Five Breakups” after his lat-
est girlfriend leaves him. Hilarious
In honor of that most beloved and hated of holidays, we’ve compiled a friend, I won’t ever love again”
and other moments of self-pity
and surprisingly heartfelt, it’s the
perfect choice for those who like
list of movies and albums for everyone. Whether you’re looking to snug- and grief are relatable in a genre
too often alienating.
their romance films with a dose of
cynicism and reality.
gle up to a romantic movie or drown your sorrows with a breakup album Of course, the album wouldn’t

— Mark Niegelsky
and a box of candy hearts, Dive’s got you covered this Valentine’s. be complete without fits of jeal-
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Annie Hall Gone With the Wind Bill Callahan Death Cab for Cutie sub-genre.
Sometimes I Wish I Were An Transatlanticism
At the beginning of this 1977 Quotable, iconic and damn near Eagle
more romantic than any movie — Benn Winneka
Woody Allen classic, it looks like Welcome to Ben Gibbard’s head.
the film will take a tongue-in- ever made, 1939’s “Gone With the On Sometimes I Wish I Were It’s a dreary landscape, but by the
cheek look at love. Wind” is a Southern love story on an Eagle, Bill Callahan isn’t just end of Transatlanticism, you dis-
And so it does until suddenly, a grand scale. breaking up with a girl. He’s cover that beauty lies even in the
you find that Woody has surprised Distanced by war, society and breaking up with faith. Rumored darkest of places.
you with a moving, bittersweet their own stubbornly prickly per- to have stemmed from his breakup Gibbard’s understated vocals
look at what love means. sonalities, Scarlett O’Hara (an with singer Joanna Newsom, Eagle are a major contributor to the
So goes Annie Hall. You might exceptional Vivien Leigh) and finds Callahan lamenting, “I used album’s haunting ambiance, a
cry, you might cringe or you might Rhett Butler (Clark Gable at his to be darker/ then I got lighter/ quiet whimper that occasionally
laugh, but most likely, you’ll expe- sarcastic asshole best) finally then I got dark again.” And while builds to a mournful wail. And
rience a little of each. manage to carve out a life for each his loneliness is cause enough to Transatlanticism’s songwriting is
With its playful filmmaking — other in postbellum Georgia. mourn, Callahan also delves into an equally moving force. With its
like the male/female subtitles — It’s certainly no fairy tale, but religion and faith in “Faith/Void,” nuanced melodic shifts and heart-
the film is a warm, poignant and there’s one thing the couple in this a meditation on belief. It’s a break- breakingly earnest lyrics, it makes
genuine look at love in the real movie never forgets: the fact that up record by definition, but it’s far you bristle at the glove compart-
world. they love each other immensely. from conventional. ment’s taunting name.

— Linnie Greene —Jordan Lawrence ­— Linnie Greene — Linnie Greene

online | dailytarheel.com/dive music more music movies Q&A


ON THE WATERFRONT “Wall Song” by MIDEAST BEAST WU-HOO! CRAZY IN LOVE EXCHANGE STUDENTS
Lake Inferior is the Local Song of the Week. Dive reviews the latest from Dive looks at Wu-Tang Clan’s Dive writer Jonathan Pattishall Nicolay, one half of hip-hop outfit
CONCERT PHOTOS Vicarious experiences Tinariwen, a band that formed release Return of The Wu & takes a look at Crazy Heart, The Foreign Exchange, talks with
of last week's shows with reviews, too. during involuntary military Friends, the veteran group’s starring Jeff Bridges and Dive about making music across
REEL IT IN Dive looks into the news of the service in Mali. latest hip-hop foray. Maggie Gyllenhaal. continents and Grammy nods.
movie industry each Friday in the Reel Deal. PAGE 9 PAGE 6 PAGE 8 PAGE 7
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New Wu-Tang collection totally unnecessary


By Benn WIneka The album assembles tracks a group like Wu-Tang that has for MUSICreview
Staff Writer spanning between the start of better or worse thrived on consis-
The Wu-Tang Clan and its kung recording for The W in 2000 tency throughout the years, the
Wu Tang Clan
fu-themed debauchery expands through 2008 — not the group’s effect is not the same. Return of the Wu & Friends
past lyrical prowess into a market- most creative span. None of the songs included do rap
ing machine that includes a cloth- So Mathematics putting together anything to tarnish the sanctified
ing line and a ’90s video game. a bunch of unheard tracks from an image of the group, but they aren’t
At the group’s core is still the already sparse era begs the question adding anything to its legacy either. be revived. Even the superimposed
music, but the Wu name is what of quality control. I mean, if they are With the exception of “All Flowers,” karate sound effects feel forced.
keeps loyalists coming back. worth hearing now, why weren’t they an up-tempo track led by a dis- The whole project seems to be
And while the Shaolin institution released? It’s simple. Once Wu, for- torted guitar, and “Strawberries & coasting off the recent success of
still deserves the guffawing that ever Wu. This compilation is undeni- Cream,” featuring a slow beat that Raekwon; they’re trying to cash in
precedes each release, Wu-Tang ably Wu-Tang. From the grimy soul lends itself to the articulation of while the getting’s good. It may just
doesn’t mean what it once did. samples to abrasive lyrics, little dif- the MCs, the album is middle of be Mathematics purging his stash of
Enter DJ Mathematics’ new fers from official efforts. the road by the group’s standards. Wu material. Whatever the motive
project. The longtime group DJ and But that familiarity also makes Cuts such as “Rush” show their behind The Return, it wasn’t worth
sometime producer has assembled the release lose a lot of luster. age, as hyperactive electric mando- the effort of packaging a CD.
his second collection of remixes Unreleased tracks usually delve lin strings easily date the track to courtesy of motown Records
and unreleased tracks featuring all into the psyche of artists and get the Fred Durst-collaborating-era Contact the Diversions Editor
Rap collective Wu-Tang Clan poses for a press shot. Return of the Wu
nine original members. behind the process at the time. For Method Man, a time that shouldn’t at dive@unc.edu.
& Friends compiles rarities the group recorded between 2000 and 2008.

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THE FOREIGN EXCHANGE: MUSIC WITHOUT BORDERS


The Foreign Exchange didn’t TAKE PART IN THE EXCHANGE that live with an audience present
have to look far to come up with a Time: 9 p.m. Sunday is really intense.
name. After meeting on an online
hip-hop forum, Raleigh’s Phonte
Location: Cat’s Cradle Dive: You and Phonte met
300 E. Main St., Carrboro online, right? How did you evolve
and Nicolay, a Netherlands native,
Info: www.catscradle.com from meeting online to the band
began to collaborate, creating tracks
you are now?
that bridged the gap between coun-
tries and time zones. benefits ourselves rather than have N: It’s still going on. It was real-
After the band’s extensive a label set up that takes most of the ly cool. I think that when we began
tour and Nicolay’s relocation to income and does maybe a third of doing what we did, we weren’t
Wilmington, Dive assistant editor the work. really even so much conscious of
Linnie Greene spoke with Nicolay
to hear his thoughts on genre-
Dive: On another note, where the fact that we were doing it in
an unconventional way. It was
do you find ideas for your music?
bending music, longevity and The the only way we could think of to
Foreign Exchange’s recent Grammy N: I’m kind of like the type of bridge that gap, literally the ocean
nomination. artist that I really find inspiration and the whole time difference. We
in anything. I’m not really the type just didn’t really know any better.
Diversions: How do you of person that needs incense burn- When we got together for the sec-
think The Foreign Exchange dif-
ing or stuff like that. I’m very down ond album to do stuff like photo
fers from other hip-hop groups in
to earth. In the morning when I get shoots and interviews together,
the music scene right now? STREB Ad-DukeChronDTH:Layout 1 2/8/10 12:53 PM Page 1
into the studio, I start — I prefer that’s when we had the opportu-
Nicolay : Well I mean, I real- to start really early, and I just sit nity to build on that connection.
ly for one wouldn’t really call us a down and go to work as I call it. I’m The last few years we’ve really been
hip-hop group. That’s definitely just fortunate I guess that it always able to do a lot of things that we
how we started out, but I think the sort of comes out. I never have to wouldn’t have been able to do had
fact that we engage a lot of differ- resort to anything, it’s always been I not been in the states. The next
ent stuff — I think that’s really our automatic for me. I very uncer- album should really drive it home
difference is that we really don’t emoniously just sit down and start that we’re a group with some lon-
have a very distinct genre-based working. gevity to it.
sound, we’d rather just do what we Dive: Since you moved to Courtesy of The Foreign Exchange
feel like. Wilmington, how do you and Contact the Diversions Editor Nicolay and Phonte, of N.C. hip-hop group The Foreign Exchange, lounge about in a press photo. The band,
Dive: So you guys just got a Phonte collaborate from across at dive@unc.edu. which had a song nominated for a Grammy this year, will play Carrboro’s Cat’s Cradle this Sunday night.
Grammy nomination. How does the state?
that feel and how did you find out
about it?
N: Since I moved to Wilmington
(from the Netherlands) it’s been
N: I mean we found out through a lot easier for us. I work in
one of the singers in our group who Wilmington and Phonte has his
is actually a part of the Grammy room in Raleigh and we work on
organization in (Washington) stuff continuously. It’s a method
D.C., and she heard in advance. that allows us to work on our own
It was a very big surprise for us, time and in our own environments,
mainly because we don’t have a and we’ve just found that we’re The Shipment
label behind us like a lot of artists much more productive and much
do. For us, being 100 percent inde- more efficient this way. FEBRUARY 2010
pendent, it was kind of crazy that Dive: Has your recent tour-
we were able to penetrate on that ing allowed you to see Phonte more 12/13 The Shipment –
level and receive that recognition frequently? Young Jean Lee’s
for our work. Theater Company
Dive: What made you decide of N: We have actually done a lot
touring after the last year now 15 Tinariwen
to go ahead without a label?
for shows. We’ve really had every 19/20 STREB:Brave
N: Phonte and myself, we both opportunity to quote-unquote 26 Terence Blanchard,
have varying experience with record “hang out” and do a lot of things
labels, and I think that for the both together. It at least partly explains trumpet
of us we have really learned that our recent successes that the Tinariwen
ultimately, while a lot of artists try group as a unit has become even MARCH 2010
to have a certain kind of machine more tight-knit than it was before. 2/3 London Philharmonic
that backs them, most labels don’t It’s really become a lot of fun, just Orchestra
understand how to promote music sharing the stage together. It’s
as well as the artists themselves do. really kind of a surreal feeling to 14 Gilberto Gil
We’d rather do the work and pro- reproduce the feeling that we did 17 Eileen Ivers – Beyond
mote and market the music our- online or in the privacy of our the Bog Road
selves and as a result reap all the respective studios — to recreate

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movieshorts
Crazy Heart the spirit of its subjects. The tonal from paris with love buddy-cop movie ever made, the at the movies fizzle in medioc- roll.
quality is in turn enhanced by its mismatched duo must team up to rity with decent acting that barely Jenkins’ superb portrayal of
musical nature. stop an impending terrorist attack compensates for painful, formulaic the coin-collecting hermit eas-
T-Bone Burnett wrote mate- (while bonding in the process!). scripts. ily outshines Tatum and Seyfried.
rial for the soundtrack that got a Travolta is a cinematic phoenix, But “Dear John” is the end. Granted, he is a seasoned actor, but
well-deserved Oscar nod for Best successfully rising from the ashes of Despite one halfway interesting this is no excuse for Seyfried’s stale-
Original Song. countless poor career choices, and subplot, it’s a half-hearted depic- ness and for Tatum’s decision to let
And Bridges, lo and behold, can here he zealously launches into his tion of modern romance with dull his abs act for him.
sing like a charm himself. role, trying desperately to recover lead performances and dialogue With underwhelming screen tal-
But none of this makes “Crazy the public goodwill lost thanks to too sugary for a Hallmark com- ent, the ‘‘Dear John’’ turn in their
Heart” a necessary movie. his hand in “Wild Hogs” and “Old mercial. relationship doesn’t seem justified.
There is nothing urgent or Dogs.” You left me in that movie theater This is also because a three-minute
compelling here, nothing that While his performance is the bored and frustrated, and that’s montage can’t explain months of
screams out that it should be driving force of the movie, it feels why we’re through. turmoil.
required viewing. forced and shallow at times. A char- When your young Marine Thus, this one plot dimension is
Its story is a bit like its main acter isn’t a badass simply because named John Tyree (Channing never even resolved.
character: slobbish and constant- he has a shaved head and talks like Tatum) and North Carolina beach I’ve been through this too many
ly on the verge of cardiac arrest. a ’90s b-boy. girl Savannah Curtis (Amanda times now, Nicholas. I’ve had
Plenty of things happen. Despite Travolta’s one-liners and Seyfried) fall in love in the spring enough of your overwrought non-
Blake screws up his relationship bullet-riddled antics, the vague and of 2001, their romance blossoms sense. I’m moving on.
with his new love. Blake finds an frequently illogical plot causes the for two weeks. I should be so Sincerely yours,
uneasy compromise with his one- lucky.
film to grind to a halt far too often.
time protégée turned pop-country The absurdity reaches its zenith But then John is sent back to the - Rocco Giamatteo
star. when Reece actually attempts to Middle East.
As an excuse for tremendous But they all feel reflexive, as if Director Pierre Morel’s “Taken” use the conquering power of love While separated, they write to
acting, “Crazy Heart” is all that it’s director Scott Cooper threw them was a guilty pleasure in part to foil the terrorist plot. each other as Savannah connects
cracked up to be. in because, based on the subject, because of how seriously it took “From Paris with Love” isn’t with John’s agoraphobic father
Jeff Bridges is believable, lov- that’s what you’re supposed to do. its ridiculous premise of fatherly awful, but it’s a step in the wrong (Richard Jenkins).
able and pitiable as “Bad” Blake, a “Crazy Heart” also cripples itself revenge. But in Morel’s latest film direction for Morel. John returns to Savannah’s open
washed-up, alcoholic country musi- by borrowing plot elements from “From Paris with Love,” he aban- Cut from the same cloth as a arms, but once the 9/11 attacks
cian trying to make a living and stage 2008’s “The Wrestler,” another dons that energy and attitude in dozen better movies, it seems des- occur, he is torn between love and
a comeback. Maggie Gyllenhaal movie about a washed-up enter- favor of much more stereotypical tined to one day be sold at Wal- duty.
could be any real-life music reporter tainer with an estranged child, a and less entertaining or engaging Mart in a double-pack with “Lethal The plot alone would have suf-
who falls in love with her subject. precarious romance and a heart action fare. Weapon 4.” ficed, Nicky.
Robert Duvall doesn’t even seem condition. James Reece (Jonathan Rhys But then you had to go and write
like a professional actor in his role Cooper’s movie might have the Meyers) is a low-level CIA agent - Mark Niegelsky in another disabled character, this
as Blake’s bartender buddy. best soundtrack of the year, but who works for the U.S. embassy time an autistic child, and your
It’s as if a random old gringo Aronofsky’s was one of the best of in Paris but — unsurprisingly — DEAR JOHN trademark cancer diagnosis.
were plucked off the street in the decade, and the former should hungers for a position with more I’m not high maintenance, but
the Tex-Mex borderlands, put in have avoided any attempt at the action. Enter Charlie Wax (John it’d be nice if you mixed it up once
front of a camera, and told to be comparison. Travolta), a crass and violent agent Dear Nicholas Sparks, in a while.
himself. whose unorthodox methods always This just isn’t working out. I’ve The distance between John and
All this makes for a successful - Jonathan Pattishall get the job done. given this relationship all I can. his father doesn’t fit, but it was the
tone poem, a movie that conveys In the spirit of pretty much every The times we’ve spent together only part that didn’t make my eyes

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musicshorts
Gil Scott-heron Though the sound and the con- It’s inconsistent, an oddity that’s
tent are stark and cold, it’s the same only occasionally endearing.
darkness Scott-Heron is emerging
from. It’s candid and personal, the -Linnie Greene
kind of work the new Scott-Heron
has been waiting a while to release. Brandi Carlile
Give Up the ghost
-Elizabeth Byrum

yeasayer Pop/folk
odd blood
Some voices just aren’t meant
for studio polish. Brandi Carlile’s is
electro-pop one. Bristling with raw power that
I’m New Here ruptures above smoother tones, her
Odd Blood seems to course voice tears at the edges of Give Up
through Yeasayer’s every vein, the Ghost’s nitpicked acoustics.
Spoken word soul so it’s a fitting title for the band’s It’s like trying to capture Loretta
sophomore release. Lynn inside the concert hall sound
Though his life has been ravished From the album art that falls of Whitney Houston. Violently, rap-
by HIV, drugs and jail, after 16 years, somewhere between disturbing turously feminine, Carlile’s pipes
Gil Scott-Heron has returned with and alluring to the spooky open- demand fire, not over-production.
I’m New Here, rising above his scars ing track, Odd Blood finds Yeasayer “Pride and Joy” should be a
for a rebirth in music. presenting a succinct, crystallized resounding success. With Carlile
Scott-Heron begins with “On version of all the kookiness the pouring gritty regret into excellent
Coming From A Broken Home, band has come to embody. lines such as, “All your mountains
Pt.1,” an honest opinion of the ste- Several influences are promi- turn to rocks/All your oceans turn to
reotype that has branded many nent on Odd Blood. One of the most drops,” it’s the kind of thing meant
American families. His description noticeable, especially on “O.N.E.,” to slam you right in the gut.
of growing up includes lacking a is Culture Club. Like Boy George But it’s all covered up in over-the-
father-figure, being surrounded and on rollerskates, the song is a nasal, top piano and strings, blunting the
raised by “women-folk” but most candy-coated romp through pop impact of Carlile’s performance.
importantly, not considering his “a and electronica. With synthesized The up-tempo numbers suffer
broken home.” keyboards and a falsetto refrain, the as well. Featuring rollicking piano
Through intertwined soft bel- track takes the softened retro influ- from Elton John and wonderfully
Courtesy of Independiente lows and strong spoken word, he ences of Passion Pit a few steps far- honky-tonk singing from Miss
Musical group Tinariwen poses for a press photo. The band of artists from the Touareg tribe of the southern recounts his stories of despair on ther, melding modern dance beats Carlile, “Caroline” is a near perfect
Sahara desert in Africa will perform Monday at Memorial Hall as part of the Carolina Performing Arts Series. I’m New Here but also sheds light on with retro pop sensibilities. bit of barroom fun.
his journey to recovery. The album Much of Yeasayer’s experimenta- But barroom fun isn’t meant for

Saharan musicians erase


varies between elements of blues, tion successfully pushes boundaries, clarity. Carlile’s words should have to
jazz, poetry and hip-hop, accurate- but there are a few cases where the fight over the din of clanging chords
ly representing the various genres band goes too far. “The Children,” and furious strums. There’s no such
throughout the decades. the album’s über-manipulated struggle here. Instrument levels are

borders with rock music


On a cover of Robert Johnson’s opener, sounds like a drunk, middle- dropped during the verses. Solos are
“Me and the Devil,” Scott-Heron aged Alvin and the Chipmunks. boosted above the arrangement.
pours out his soul and voice, while “Rome,” which sounds like the There’s nothing ramshackle about
a modern mixture of hand claps and backing track to a malfunctioning it, and the song becomes forgettable
dark beats create an overbearing video game, is so consistently bizarre because of it.
By Anna NOrris MUSICreview provides a rough translation of and ominous presence, as if Scott- that it’s difficult to grasp exactly Carlile’s songwriting is solid —
Staff writer the album’s lyrics, where the band Heron’s baritone wails are bearing where Yeasayer was trying to go. emotionally vivid and grounded in
The promotion for Tinariwen’s Tinariwen reflects on nature, loss and love. the pain of generations. Where “Ambling Alp” succeeds just the right amount of familiarity.
record should read like an adver- Imidiwan But even if you can’t understand “New York Is Killing Me,” show- in merging experimentation and And her vocals are superb. But the
tisement for a hotel or restaurant: rock what Tinariwen is saying, the pas- cases Scott-Heron’s bluesy tenden- accessibility, these two tracks push production strips away the imme-
Come for the attention-grabbing sion that infuses the music and cies. In combination with more the band’s sound too far. diacy, leaving Giving Up the Ghost
exotic singing, stay for the acces- singing is a universal concept. hand claps and other pattering, he Odd Blood is as strange as its a pristine shell of what could have
sibility of rock ’n’ roll. ever-changing and attention-keep- reflects the harshness that has come title might suggest, an amalgama- been a rough-and-tumble triumph.
Made up of four members of ing is the powerful emotions and Contact the Diversions Editor to define NYC, a place where “city tion of disparate influences that are
the nomadic Touareg tribe which moods that Tinariwen provokes at dive@unc.edu. life isn’t all it is cracked up to be.” alternately jarring and innovative. -Jordan Lawrence
populates the southern Sahara, with the vocals.
Tinariwen have said that they seek All the members of Tinariwen
to capture the spirit and voice of have rich, expressive voices that
their desert homeland. Certainly
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sounding lyrics sung in their native harshness to reflect the unforgiving
Tamashek language. It would be landscape that surrounds them.
easy for the guitar to overshadow In another instant, Tinariwen
the many facets of the album and adds a women and children’s cho-
overwhelm the traditional sounds.
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scalpel, delicately using it to soften
rus, fleshing out its sound with
joyous harmonies. Such backing
vocals are sprinkled throughout the
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The group’s planned monthly
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Wednesday’s presentations
included Associate Vice Chancellor
of Campus Services Carolyn Elfland
delivering a history of the cogen-
eration plant since its construction
in 1920. Toben explained the origin
of coal backlash, beginning around
2000 when its health effects began
to be widely known.
Bruce Nilles, deputy director
of conservation for Sierra Clubs
National and executive director of
Beyond Coal, spoke to the Energy
Task Force over the phone.
Nilles discussed the importance
of universities getting involved in
the fight against coal, and gave
examples of other universities
working with the Beyond Coal
campaign, including Cornell and
Ball State universities.
At the next meeting, the group
will hear from Ray DuBose, man-
ager of the cogeneration plant.
“He’ll be a technical consultant
courtesy of survivor
for us,” said Toben. “We want to
Candice Woodcock, a 2005 UNC graduate and a Morehead-Cain Scholar, will be one of 20 former “Survivor” contestants competing in the special “Heroes vs. Villains” season, which work with him so we can look at
premieres at 8 p.m. tonight. To prepare for the intense physical challenges and the meager food supply, Woodcock, 27, said she hit the gym, trying to build up muscle and gain weight. alternative energy sources that will

UNC alumna appears on ‘Survivor’ tonight


be compatible with our facilities.”
Toben also encouraged partici-
pation outside of the task force,
with members serving as conduits
for new questions and viewpoints.
“We’re open to evaluation of the
BY Sarah Rankin couldn’t stop thinking about it. It’s of luck.” I can’t do out there,” she said. Washington, D.C., and is now in
work that we’ve done,” Thorp said.
staff writer in your blood. You can’t say no.” To prepare for the intense physi- Woodcock said her family mem- her third year of medical school, is
UNC already created a list of
When “Survivor” contestant So, with the support of her fami- cal challenges and the meager food bers are avid “Survivor” fans and are not permitted to talk about what
actionable recommendations with
Candice Woodcock was eliminated ly, fiancé and future parents-in-law, supply, Woodcock, 27, said she hit excited for this season’s premiere. happened during the filming of
2009’s Climate Action Plan as part
from the show’s 2006 Cook Islands Woodcock postponed her wedding the gym, trying to build up muscle “We’re going to have a party at the show.
of the University’s goal to be climate
season, she thought her days — and and took a reprieve from medical and intentionally gain weight. our office this Thursday,” said her But she did reveal the first thing
neutral by 2050. The Energy Task
episodes — on reality television school to film the season. “You can never eat enough for mother, Debbie Woodcock. “Our she did once she was home: she
Force is responsible for reviewing
were finished. She will be one of 20 former when you go out there, and you’re employees are going, and we’re went straight to her favorite bagel
this plan as well as soliciting opin-
But then the show’s producers “Survivor” contestants competing starving,” she said. going to start a Candice fan club.” shop for breakfast. She said her
ions from outside of campus.
asked her to return for a second in the special “Heroes vs. Villains” As a Morehead-Cain Scholar, Woodcock’s younger brother, fiancé, John Cody, whom she will
Stevens, organizer of the Sierra
try, and Woodcock, a 2005 UNC season, which premieres at 8 Woodcock was provided the Michael, 20, said he is a little wor- marry in May, had also stocked her
Club’s Beyond Coal campaign at
graduate, just couldn’t say “no.” p.m. tonight. Woodcock, who is opportunity to spend the summer ried about one particular returning house with pizza and brownies, her
UNC, said she looks forward to what
Although she was in the middle not among the more well-known before her freshman year par- cast member, Russell, but said his favorite foods.
the task force could accomplish.
of planning her wedding and was returners, is a member of the ticipating in an Outward Bound sister will be fine. Woodcock said, hypothetically,
“I’m looking forward to getting
attending medical school at George “Heroes” tribe. excursion. She traveled to Africa “I think Russell was able to if she were the winner, she and her
some questions answered,” she
Washington University, Woodcock Janel Monroe, a senior from another summer to teach at a manipulate a lot of those players,” fiancé would use the prize money
said. “Especially the question of
said she couldn’t get the invitation Fayetteville who, like Woodcock, school and run a service project of he said. “I’m not sure he’s going to pay their student loans.
whether the three natural gas oil-
out of her head. attended Terry Sanford High her own design, distributing pairs to be able to manipulate Candice. “There’s definitely a lot from
ers we have could be used to power
“It kept eating away at me, so I School, said she supports of used eyeglasses. She’s smart, and she also has the college to medical school,” she
the University.”
went and asked my school what we Woodcock. Woodcock said both experiences ability to hold her tongue and be a said. “We’re going to pay that off
UNC is already a national leader
could do,” she said. “I started ask- “I don’t know her, but I know helped her prepare for the chal- little bit sneaky when it’s beneficial first thing.”
with regards to sustainability. The
ing my wedding vendors thinking, her brother, Michael,” she said. lenge and adventure of “Survivor.” to her. I know that from growing
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asked would not focus on the con-


tempt order.
“We will be here weeks if they
(cross-examine),” Trenkle said.
“What they want here is a fish-
ing expedition … They did every-
thing (Jones) asked for today and
that should be it.”

Minor
But Jones “reluctantly” allowed
the cross-examination, as long as
it pertained only to the contempt
order.

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Shah hopes for repeat of 2009 race Families file suit in


By Eliza Kern
Assistant University Editor
The popular male frontrunner
tum to overcome the frontrunner,
as current Student Body President
Candidate
Hogan Medlin
Candidate
Shruti Shah
Chatham killings
Jasmin Jones did last year in a run- captured 44 joins Medlin BY Sarah Frier DTH ONLINE: Read the
gets more than 40 percent of the off against Edwards, remains to be percent of the in the runoff City Editor complaint the families filed at
vote. His large campaign staff is seen. vote, the most election, to The descendants of two elderly dailytarheel.com.
thrilled to head into a runoff against “It a whole new race,” Shah said women who were beaten to death
of the six- be held next
the female candidate who won a of the runoff. “It’s a new game, and by their housekeeper are suing a of residents and secure residents
much smaller portion of the vote. it’s just the two of us. Either of us
person field. week.
retirement community in Chatham from harm, they should have run
The eliminated candidates begin could win.” County for failing to prevent it. a background check.
to throw their support behind her Eliminated candidates Joe Levin- significant bump in support. more than the difference of 2,036 The complaint in the wrong- The complaint also states that
campaign, with the hope of upset- Manning and Greg Strompolos Hardin said she has not made votes that separated Shah from ful death lawsuit states that the the first 911 call reporting the beat-
ting the front- have decided to endorse Shah. up her mind about where to throw Medlin. retirement community should ing came five minutes after the first
runner. Nash Kuene said he will support her support — or if to throw it at Edwards who, like Medlin, took have run a background check to pages were received from Murta
STUDENT It’s 2009 all her candidacy, although he’s not all — but will talk with both can- a clear plurality of the vote in last discover that the housekeeper, and Corcoran’s alarm pendant.
ELECTIONS over again. sure if he would consider it an didates. year’s election but lost in the gen- Barbara Clark, had a history of The community also should
2010 Tu e s d a y ’s endorsement. Shah said she hopes to receive eral election, said he understands forging checks and was ordered have been on the lookout for peo-
student body But Monique Hardin — the the support of the eliminated can- why eliminated candidates feel by a court to stay away from the ple taking advantage of the elderly,
president elec- third-place finisher who could hold didates in her campaign over the compelled to throw their support elderly. the complaint states.
tion saw Hogan Medlin take 44 a lot of sway over the outcome of next week, as she understands in a runoff, but questioned their Representatives for the retire- If they had done those things,
percent of the vote. He is the front- the runoff — is still deciding which what a strong factor it played in effect on the election. ment community did not respond they would have discovered that
runner heading into the runoff candidate, if any, she will endorse. Jones’ victory over Edwards. He added that he understands to calls for comment. Clark had a history, the complaint
with Shruti Shah, who gathered 16 She received 1,034 votes in the “I mean, that’s why she won the that the losing candidates might be Margaret Murta, 92, and Mary states. As part of a 2001 plea deal
percent of the vote. general election, only 167 votes election,” Shah said. qualified to give their opinion, but Corcoran, 82, were beaten to after she was found guilty of forg-
It’s reminiscent of last year’s away from Shah and the chance to Jones pointed out that it will is unsure if this is how the election death by a cane at the Galloway ing two checks out of the bank
election, when Thomas Edwards participate in the runoff. take more than simply a statement process should work. Ridge retirement community in account of an elderly resident,
took 41 percent of the initial vote Whichever remaining candi- of support from the eliminated “It takes away a little bit of the Pittsboro in December 2007 after Clark was ordered not to work in
in a six-candidate field. date gets the support of Hardin, candidates to encourage hundreds democratic nature of the process they learned Clark was forging a position where she had access to
But whether Shah will be able who won the support of the Black of voters to cast ballots for a new but that’s their decision,” he said. their checks for money. the elderly’s property and posses-
to gather the endorsements and Student Movement and the Out- individual in the runoff. Clark, who had been cleaning sions, the complaint states.
support of the four eliminated of-State Students Association dur- This year, the eliminated can- Contact the University Editor their apartment on Saturdays since Also, starting in 2004, she
candidates and use that momen- ing the regular election, could see a didates took 2,917 votes, slightly at udesk@unc.edu. 2006, pleaded guilty to first-degree began to forge checks for herself
murder in 2008 and is serving life from a family of four who lived in
Mistakes believes the glitch was a result of
the University’s ongoing switch to
Student Code the number of seats allocated to
Student Congress.
without parole at Raleigh’s North
Carolina Correctional Institution
Chapel Hill, the complaint states.
Marissa Zang, spokeswoman
from page 1 The number of candidates
using the ConnectCarolina infor- He said the Student Code is for Women. for the law firm representing the
The Board of Elections pro- mation system. who won their bid for Student unclear if the new rules should take The estates of the elderly women women, said this kind of wrongful
vided students with the option of “We are fairly sure this would not Congress is still up in the air, as effect this year or next. who were beaten are asking for death case is not out of the ordi-
casting a paper ballot and slip- have happened if we were switched representatives in student govern- The election will not be certi- $10,000 from the retirement nary. But Clark’s trial caught the
ping it under its office door, but to ConnectCarolina,” she said. ment work to determine if recent fied until Saturday, so Williams community in damages to help attention of the public, she said.
students said they were not aware Beller said her department will legislation regarding redistrict- and Gillooly are working to deter- pay medical and funeral expenses, Because the lawsuit was just
of this possibility. conduct a test today to determine if ing will take effect in this year’s mine if the elected representatives according to the complaint. filed, there is no set date for the
Debra Beller, an ITS communi- this was the source of the error. election. should be seated. The lawyers for the elderly wrote first hearing, Zang said.
cations specialist, said her depart- Gillooly filed a complaint with Dakota Williams, the current in the complaint that because the
ment has been working to discov- ITS on Tuesday morning but said speaker of Congress, said legis- Contact the University Editor retirement community advertises Contact the City Editor
er the source of the problem and he was not responsible. lation was passed that changed at udesk@unc.edu. that they ensure the well-being at citydesk@unc.edu.

Forwards Tar Heels’ chances alive.


And Henson, while still showing
But UNC couldn’t do much better.
The Tar Heels shot under 40 percent
from page 1
his youth with a couple off-target for the fourth straight game, as the
So, despite meaningful perfor-
mances from each player, UNC (13-
layup attempts, helped Ed Davis
(six blocks) establish a punishing
No. 1 and No. 3 scoring offenses in
the ACC settled into a slow grind.
A Tar Heel
11, 2-7 ACC) suffered from Duke’s
late run and found itself facing its
presence in the paint early.
With Duke leading 26-24 late in
And after that Graves shot cut the
lead to one? A couple of bad posses- Favorite
fourth straight loss.
“Their kids played their hearts
out, and unless we got a few buck-
the first, Henson swatted away two
of Jon Scheyer’s layups on the same
possession. By halftime, enough
sions and a couple easy layups given
up to Duke, and it was all over.
Consistency — just for the last five
since 1982
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the other way,” Duke coach Mike had been cruelly sent back by Henson shot to win it, but then again, that’s
Krzyzewski said. and Davis that the Blue Devils were easier said than done.
Despite a long quiet stretch in thinking about a challenge every “I feel like we’re into it, but we’re
the middle of the game, Graves hit time they went to the post. so anxious,” Graves said. “(We) prob-
several crucial jumpers to keep the While Duke (20-4, 8-2 ACC) ably don’t need to use our brain as
game close. As UNC started to fade relied more and more on difficult much — it’s just a matter of putting
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Kyle Singler and Scheyer in
particular were ineffective in the
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points, they shot just 5-for-24 from MEN’S LACROSSE
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attempts. The Tar Heels finished
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But for as poor as the Blue Devils
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Haiti patients recovering National and World News


By Taylor Hartley
Staff writer
skin to see whether it is staying
on or falling off so we can see if we
at UNC Hospitals, Jones said.
The son and his father also have Bernanke unveils Obama discusses Student sues for
Severe burn injuries and a disas-
trous earthquake haven’t broken
can put the patient’s skin back on
them,” Jones said.
family members from New York
who have visited and taken the son Fed’s new strategy jobs with leaders airport screening
the spirits of three Haitian patients The patient who was taken to out in downtown Chapel Hill.
WASHINGTON, D.C. (MCT) WA S H I N G T O N , D . C . LOS ANGELES (MCT) — A
recovering from surgeries at UNC Wake Forest University Baptist “They have gotten him out of the
— Federal Reserve Chairman (MCT) — As he struggles to college student who says he was
Hospitals. Medical Center in Winston-Salem room and added some normalcy
Ben Bernanke unveiled his craft a jobs bill that can win detained at a Philadelphia airport
Four victims of the Jan. 12 was discharged Friday, said hos- back to his life,” Jones said.
strategy to mop up the massive support of Republicans and because he was carrying English-
Haitian earthquake were trans- pital spokeswoman Bonnie Davis. He said the hospital staff has ral-
credit stimulus that the Fed Democrats, President Barack Arabic flashcards filed a fed-
ferred last month to North Carolina She said the patient worked with lied around the new patients.
has provided the U.S. economy Obama met Wednesday with eral lawsuit Wednesday against
hospitals, including the three a social worker to get to Orlando “We’ve all made sure that they
during the past two years. a group of black leaders who employees of the Transportation
at UNC Hospitals, said surgeon where his mother-in-law lives. have a place to stay, food to eat,”
The Fed’s aggressive provi- want him to focus on a par- Security Administration, the
Samuel Jones, assistant director of The UNC Hospitals patients will Jones said. “There is support on
sion of credit largely prevented ticular concern: combating FBI and the Philadelphia Police
the N.C. Jaycee Burn Center. All had remain in the hospital for four to every level, from the burn center
a cataclysmic economic melt- an unemployment epidemic Department.
life-threatening burn injuries. six more weeks. to administrative personnel in the
down. whose burden has fallen dis- Nicholas George, a senior
Two of the patients received “We are beginning the recovery hospital and the burn center.”
It purchased complex bonds proportionately on blacks. majoring in physics and
skin grafts a week ago and are now and rehabilitation process,” said And Cairns said the center’s
backed by car loans, student Activists supportive of the Middle Eastern studies at
walking and working with a thera- Bruce Cairns, director of the burn patients have maintained positive
loans, mortgages and commer- president’s economic poli- Pomona College, was randomly
pist, Jones said. center. “We have professional social attitudes despite their injuries.
cial loans. cies in the recent past lob- selected for extra screening
Another patient went into surgery workers that can identify what “Things are tough in life,” he
It also extended huge amounts bied for a new approach more at Philadelphia International
Friday for a procedure that precedes resources are available and what said, “but they seem to find the
of short-term credit to keep tightly focused on the needs Airport, the lawsuit filed in U.S.
a skin graft. A dressing of pigskin is appropriate for the patients and good in the situation.”
financial markets from seizing of chronically depressed com- District Court in Philadelphia
and human skin was removed to their families.”
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Recession a≠ecting young people’s minds


By jen serdetchnaia spring 2009. UNC junior Amber Arciero said “They’re so marginal in the labor
STAFF WRITER “They’re very leery about their the economy is factoring into her force because they have no experi- Facts of the study:
The current generation of col- own ability to manage finances,” post-graduation planning. ence,” she said. Surveyed 2,098 young people, Credit card debt increased 219
lege students lacks confidence in said Joyce Serido, the co-principal “Post-grad, I would love to go to One way they cope with financial ages 18 to 25 percent for black students, 105
its financial stability and other investigator and project manager grad school, add more debt — and trouble is by moving back home Launched in 2007. First set of percent for Hispanic students and
key areas due to the ongoing of the study at the University of it will hopefully pay off,” she said. with parents or doubling up with data was collected in spring 2008 64 percent for white students
recession. Arizona. Financial trouble might cause a roommates, Harris said. prior to the economic crisis. Data Three times as many students
According to study results “They’re feeling vulnerable.” decline in grades or a lack of inter- They tend to have less material was collected again during dropped classes
released Monday, although the A decline in confidence, both est in schoolwork, she said. hardship such as no phone access, economic crisis in spring 2009
recession has affected different academic and financial, was “We hope they don’t overreact but they suffer psychologically. Twice as many students took
demographic groups at varying lev- observed in all the participants, and do things that seem like a good “Moving back home protects 95 percent of all students leaves of absence
els, the college population is being she said. Debt increases also were idea in the short-term but are a bad you economically, but they still surveyed reported that economic 78 percent of students
hit hardest overall. widespread. idea in the long-run,” Serido said. suffer from some of these health crisis had impacted their families postponed health care
Arizona Pathways to Life Success Credit card debt was up 60 per- College students are dropping concerns,” Harris said. Financial self-confidence There was a 26 percent rise in
for University Students is one of cent among white participants out of college and delaying enroll- Young people who move back dropped 22 percent among using one credit card to pay off
the first research studies of its kind and 219 percent among African- ing in increasing numbers, said home are more likely to experience women, double that of men another
to interview the same group of stu- American students, Serido said. UNC sociology professor Kathleen depression, stress, weight problems Academic satisfaction dropped
dents on financial attitudes before There is significant concern M. Harris. and hypertension, she said. Nearly 20 percent of students
6 percent for men, three times indicated hardly any confidence in
and during the recession. that debt will prompt students to The 18-to-24 age bracket is that for women
The first survey was conducted rethink pursuing higher education being hit hardest in unemploy- Contact the State & National financial institutions
in spring 2008 and the second in and long-term planning, she said. ment, she said. Editor at stntdesk@unc.edu.

More companies intend


Step up
The women of campus step
group born2step share why they
games love to dance. See pg. 3 for story.

to develop e-textbooks Level: 1 2 3 4


© 2009 The Mepham Group. All rights reserved. Energized for change
The newly created Energy
Task Force met for the first time
Wednesday. See pg. 3 for story.
UNC students slow to accept them Hanner also said that not all stu-
dents are comfortable with using
Complete the grid
so each row, column
computers. Tar Heel survivor
and 3-by-3 box (in
By Jeremiah Gregg Despite the optimism of soft- “I don’t like reading off a screen,” bold borders) con- UNC alumna Candice Woodcock
Staff Writer ware developers and textbook pub- said Angela Dixon, a junior psy- tains every digit 1 will appear on “Survivor” tonight for
With the release of Apple’s iPad, lishers, UNC students have yet to chology and political science major. to 9. a second time. See pg. 10 for story.
software companies and textbook buy into the digital format. “I like to highlight and take notes
publishers are lining up to take Only 150 digital textbooks were on the sides.” Solution to Shah gets endorsement
advantage of the new technology. sold by UNC Student Stores this And some students just don’t Wednesday’s puzzle
Three eliminated student body
But students might not be so semester, said Kelly Hanner, course like carrying a computer around.
president candidates have endorsed
ready to adapt. materials manager. “I don’t always have my laptop,”
Shruti Shah. See pg. 11 for story.
ScrollMotion, a company that “The technology is not complete- said Erin Sanderson, a sophomore
designs software for Apple Inc. ly developed yet,” Hanner said. “It’s peace, war and defense and politi-
devices, is the most recent to a very new product for faculty and cal science major. Haitians recovering
announce its intent to work with students. We are happy to offer it to “It’s more about the convenience The three patients from Haiti
textbook publishers to format text- those who are ready for it.” of a book and the concreteness of being treated at UNC are still here
books for use on the iPad. Digital textbooks do offer some a book.” recovering. See pg. 12 for story.
“This is the first time you have advantages. Typically, e-textbooks Skafidas acknowledged that
the device, content and retail ele- are about half of the price of a new the market for digital textbooks is
ments all at the same time,” said print edition, Hanner said. small right now, but said it is fast
John Lema, CEO of New York- CourseSmart books also enable growing and changing. HINTON JAMES DAY CELEBRATION 2010
based ScrollMotion. students to highlight, use tag “E-textbooks are just the begin- celebrating the arrival of Carolina’s first student

“I don’t think you could keep notes and e-mail parts of the text ning for us.” Hinton James Breezeway Bash  10 a.m. - 2 p.m.  Union Breezeway
this from happening if you tried.” to friends. Cornhole  Horseshoes  Free Food  T-shirts
McGraw-Hill, one of the coun- But e-textbooks have no resale Contact the State & National Spot Hinton James on campus and win a prize.
try’s largest textbook publishers, value and students only have access Editor at stntdesk@unc.edu. Order of the Bell Tower
has already made 1,300 digi- to the books for a limited time. General Alumni Association

tal textbooks available through “Essentially, students are rent-


CourseSmart, which UNC has a ing the book for a period of time,”
contract with. Skifidas said. “We get paid for each
Los Angeles Times Daily Crossword Puzzle
(C)2010 Tribune Media Services, Inc.
Ninety-five percent of all its usage.” All rights reserved.
Take 15/501 South towards Pittsboro
textbooks are available in some This is a big plus for publishers, Exit Market St. / Southern Village
digital format, said Mary Skafidas, since they don’t profit when a tra- Across 70 Persian Gulf land 26 Humorist Bombeck 51 Fired up
spokeswoman for McGraw-Hill. ditional textbook is resold.
DEAR JOHN J . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1:20-4:10-7:20-9:45 1 Holy pilgrimage 71 __ and all 27 Islamic leader 52 Like some weights
EDGE OF DARKNESS K . . . . . . . . . . . . .1:10-4:05-7:10-9:40 5 Kids’ getaway 72 Prime minister before 28 __ soda 53 Bochco series
9 “Gimme a break!” Rabin 29 Grinch victims 54 City NW of Orlando
THE TOOTH FAIRY I . . . . . . . . . . 12:45-2:55-5:05-7:15-9:35 14 Nobelist Wiesel 73 Ancient British Isles settler 30 Place for Christmas lights 55 Brand on a patio, maybe
15 “This looks like trouble” 34 Tee choices 56 Hole site
SHERLOCK HOMES J . . . . . . . . . . . .1:15-4:00-7:15-9:55 16 Leonard Marx, familiarly Down 36 Gospel writer 60 Foal’s parent
UP IN THE AIR K . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1:25-4:15-7:05-9:35 17 *“Get going!” 1 Bridge position 37 Camelot lady 61 Rink, often
DON’T MISS THIS WEEKEND’S All shows $6.50 for college students with ID 19 Peyotes, e.g.
20 She played Donna in the
2 Burn balm
3 Fashionable Christian
39 Removes gently
40 Eye-opening theater
62 Canterbury’s county
64 Some NFL linemen

UNION FREE MOVIES


Bargain
Matinees film “Mamma Mia!” 4 Stevenson physician 41 Fellows 66 Feature of a
$6.50 21 Sinus specialist, briefly 5 __-de-sac 42 Rural prefix two-ltr. monogram
23 Baseball Hall of Famer 6 Yellowfin tuna 43 Beatles’ “A __ in the Life” 67 Neighbor of Aus.
Speaker 7 Changes places 48 Security threat
• • • Free Admission with UNC Student One Card • • • 49 Course for weavers?
24 *1986 Pulitzer-winning 8 Rising star
Western novel 9 N.C. State’s conference
28 Feel the heat 10 “Who, me?”
Friday, Feb. 12 31 Food critic Sheraton 11 Tiny
12 When Brutus sees
32 “Bingo!”
7:00pm...THE MEN WHO 33 X-Games bike, briefly Caesar’s ghost
13 Hullabaloo
35 Run at a red light?
STARE AT GOATS 38 1968 Troggs Top 10 hit, 18 Big-time
and a hint to the hidden 22 “I didn’t need to know
9:00pm...PRECIOUS puzzle theme in the that,” informally
answers to starred clues 25 Birds’ bills
44 Jeans joint
Saturday, Feb. 13 45 Yield to gravity
46 Sportage maker
7:00pm...PRECIOUS 47 Fresh response
50 Serious-and-funny
9:30pm...THE MEN WHO show
53 *Gunpowder, e.g.
STARE AT GOATS 57 They’re not returned
58 Bosox great
59 Comforting comment
presented by: carolina union activities board film committee 63 Parts partner
65 *Duffer’s thrill
www.unc.edu/cuab 68 Native Alaskan
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andrew dunn
QUOTE OF THE DAY:
The Daily Tar Heel EDITOR, 962-4086
AMDUNN@email.unc.edu
EDITorial BOARD members

Harrison Jobe meredith engelen


Patrick Fleming
cameron parker “I f---ed up. I announced it in the
Established 1893, Opinion EDITOR pat ryan
116 years hjobe@email.UNC.edu
GREG MARGOLIS
Nathaniel Haines
houston hawley
steve kwon
christian yoder
wrong order. It was my mistake.”
of editorial freedom ahna hendrix
associate opinion EDITOR
GREG_MARGOLIS@UNC.EDU
Pete Gillooly, board of elections chairman, on an
error reporting the status of a fee referendum in
EDITORIAL CARTOON By Mark Viser, mviser@email.unc.edu Tuesday’s election

Featured online reader comment:


“Don’t think this race is over. … Just
David Bierer shows what a joke these student
Bierer is a junior business major from
Charlotte. elections are under the current rules.”
E-mail: bierer@email.unc.edu
“JuiceNuggets,” on hogan medlin (44 percent) and
shruti shah (16 percent) advancing to a runoff
Complain LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
to make Article ignored the LGBTQ
community here at UNC
seen them. And call me crazy,
but at least 678 wannabe ballers

someone TO THE EDITOR:


Over the past three days, a lot
would engrave “Tar Heel Dead”
on their tombstone.
While we strongly dislike

else’s day
of attention has been brought to each other, labeling that feeling
The New York Times article on “hatred” marks immaturity. The
the gender gap at UNC. rivalry is alive; alive and hot,
Although the comments to locally and among alumni of both

I
this article have discussed the schools who, despite leaving that

Abuse of power
was in the hospital a week implications associated with the eight-mile stretch, carry the heat
and a half ago. I had the dis- outdated, sexist thinking that to all parts of the globe.
tinct pleasure of being afflict- assumes all women are look-
ed with both pneumonia and ing for men (and that all men Lauren Hollis McKinney
mononucleosis. While everyone are only looking to “hook up”), Junior
was enjoying the snow that fell in
Chapel Hill, I was restricted to a
Endorsement from senior o∞cers was inappropriate little attention has been brought Photojournalism, Psychology
to the LGBTQ community on

S
hospital bed, gown and all.
It was in this rare instance that enior C lass Officers Tar Heel, executive branch offi- influence on a significant voting campus. Housing ordinance would,
Meggie Staffiera and cials stressed that “an endorse- block. They could have merely What the article fails to men- in fact, have flexibility
I felt I could justifiably complain tion is that male-female rela-
about my bedridden-ness. But Sebastian Williams’ use ment from the senior class is sent out a listserv e-mail urging
tionships are not the only types TO THE EDITOR:
before doing so, I checked myself. of the senior class listserv to without precedent.” students to vote, without offer- of relationships people enter Regarding your editiorial “No
Everyone hates a complainer, endorse Hogan Medlin for They also stressed their own ing a specific endorsement. into. ordinance needed,” (Feb. 4): You
especially one who complains all student body president flies inability to endorse as embodied Williams and Staffiera said The only attempt (that I’ve could not be more wrong. Your
the time about frivolous things — in the face of past decisions by in the Code. they participated in the endorse- seen) to include any type of grasp of the facts and issues
The Frequent Complainer. elected leaders not to involve “We felt that we had made ment interview, but ultimately minority into the discussion was involved in the review process,
If it’s a sunny day, it’s too hot. themselves in elections. our case and that their decision left the voting to the Senior Class in the “Online reader responses” the subsidy costs of affordable
In a fancy restaurant, the light-
The Student Code expressly and its consequences rested Marshal Executive Board. section in Wednesday’s DTH. housing and “penalty” approach
ing is too dim. The glass is always But even these comments of the current negotiation pro-
half empty. forbids using student govern- with them,” said the statement But even though they didn’t
ment e-mail lists to endorse a from student government. vote on the endorsement, their failed to mention specific cess is amazing.
There’s usually an easily iden- minorities and therefore still Most of the flexibility you
tifiable frequent complainer candidate. C l e a r l y, W i l l i a m s a n d decision to personally e-mail
But the endorsement is tech- Staffiera didn’t take the hint. that endorsement implicitly left attention on heterosexual think the ordinance will not per-
in any group of friends. Until individuals. mit, in fact is wrong. Flexibility
recently, I unconditionally hated nically on behalf of the Senior The presidents decided to carries their blessing.
By completely ignoring the to craft good solutions is the cen-
the Frequent Complainer. Come Class Marshal Executive Board, endorse after recent low voter The prohibition on using fact that many students on cam- terpiece of the ordinance.
on, get over yourself, I would which is under the General turnout among seniors. listservs for candidate endorse- pus do identify as LGBTQ, the As a Inclusionary Task Force
think. No one cares how tired you Alumni Association and not “We looked at the voting ments should extend to the article, along with the responses, member and 20 year practitioner
are, or how stressed you might be student government. results from last year of seniors, senior class presidents. are continuing to sustain a soci- of creating equitable affordable
about some upcoming test. While technically not a vio- and it was pretty abysmal,” Current officeholders should ety where heterosexism is accept- housing ordinances, I expected
Because of my distaste for lation of the Code, this action Williams said. not have the power to exert able and minority populations better from the only local news-
Frequent Complainers, I have are completely ignored. This also paper left in Chapel Hill.
certainly goes against the sen- While the intentions might be such influence over who will
always been pretty conscious reinforces the male/masculine
about my level of complaining. timent that elected campus innocent, they do not negate the replace them or other campus
leaders should not weigh in on fact that senior class representa- leaders. female/feminine binaries that Scott Radway
Only in the most dire of cir- are pervasive in our culture and Former Chairman
cumstances, when my life is truly the election to replace them. tives exploited a loophole in the The Student Code should be
leads to discrimination against Planning Board and
horrific and everyone should In a statement to The Daily Code to exert disproportionate modified to reflect this.
anyone who rejects these gender Community Design
know about it, do I dare to issue a binaries. Commission
complaint. The only thing worse Chapel Hill
than a Frequent Complainer is Brandy Starling

QuickHits
one who doesn’t tolerate other Junior
Frequent Complainers. A hypo- Coverage of Campus Y
Communication Studies election result abysmal
crite.
Because I had some extra time
at my disposal in the hospital, I UNC-Duke rivalry is the TO THE EDITOR:
most heated out there Although the race for student
began to reevaluate my stance on body president is at the forefront
complaining, and I had a revela- Lil Wayne Super Bowl viewers Dubai tower
TO THE EDITOR: of many students’ minds, the
tion. In Tuesday’s edition of The Campus Y also held an election
It’s okay to complain, I decid- Lil Wayne was supposed to be A record 106.5 million people The world’s tallest tower closed
sentenced in court tuned in to make after an elevator Daily Tar Heel, the UNC-Duke for its leaders on Tuesday.
ed. Yes, it’s okay to complain as rivalry was completely dismissed While the SBP run-off elec-
long as you know beyond a doubt for gun charges on Super Bowl XLIV malfunction. When
the most watched is this homage to in the article “Rivalry between tion is a front-page story, it was
that you have the most pathetic, Tuesday — until he
TV program ever. extravagance going UNC, Duke not that heated,” disappointing to see only a few
tragic, sympathy-grabbing story. got it pushed back (Feb. 9) Not that heated? Not sentences about the results of the
This makes sense to me on two for emergency den- And what were the to reopen? It’s up
so fast. Y election in the “Campus Briefs”
separate levels. tal work. A root canal is the old- other two-thirds of Americans in the air, just like the people Survival of Carolina’s basket- section. For a close race of seven
Everyone enjoys complain- est excuse in the book, but who’s doing? Oh, they watched, probably still stranded in the ball dynasty is contingent on qualified candidates to lead the
ing. It relieves you of some level gonna doubt the Fireman? but only for the commercials. elevators. Really up in the air. pressure that mounts just eight University’s largest student ser-
of stress, and maybe you can get miles away. Duke serves as moti- vice organization, the lack of
some pity points out of it if you Google Buzz Sarah Palin Tourist bus vation; in-state rivalry betters coverage is frustrating: merely
have a particularly sympathetic both teams to excel in hopes of two inches.
friend. Here it is ! The future, brought The Fox News analyst spoke Hurry up and get your tick- an NCAA victory. While Friday’s article “Seven
But if used in moderation and to you by Google. at the conven - ets now. Orange Rivalry is not synonymous vie in UNC’s Campus Y presi-
with good timing, a good com- It’s called Buzz and tion of the newly County might with hate. Students may not dent elections” highlighted the
plaint can be beneficial to all par- it follows on the formed and very soon be offering use “hate” in reference to their candidates, we are disappointed
ties involved. heels of Google loony Tea Party a sightseeing bus. rival, but that doesn’t make the in the follow-up coverage for the
Who doesn’t like learning that Wave (whatever and she, uh, um … So many great “Battle for Tobacco Road” any election results.
someone else has had a worse day locations and empty Franklin
the hell that is). We’re not wait, what did she say? We less intense. Elizabeth McCain and
than themselves?
really sure what it does yet, had it written on our hands Street stores! But the hottest It’s possible to passionately Marjorie Betubiza, co-presidents
Man, I had a pretty crappy day, “hate on Duke” while somewhat elect, and Allie Howard, internal
and I think I failed my test, but at but that doesn’t matter — we to remember but it must route takes you to all the pro-
already know that we want it. have smudged. Now what!? posed waste transfer stations. respecting Duke basketball. treasurer, deserve to be recog-
least I didn’t get a speeding ticket After all, if Coach K didn’t have nized for their success. This is
and arrive late for an interview as a successful history, who would the first year for the Campus Y
a result. Knowing that someone be our ACC rival? As a former to have two elected female co-
else is in a worse position imme- N.C. State University cheerlead- presidents, and we had the high-
diately makes your day that much er, I can say that it wouldn’t be est voter turnout in recent years
better, regardless of your own the Wolfpack. The UNC-Duke for a Campus Y election.
situation. We’re really sorry about this. But newspapers have rivals, too, and we lost a bet to The rivalry is second to none. With the approaching 150th
I think moderation and Chronicle, the rag at the school down the road. Read more about the bet at dailytarheel. The DTH’s featured poll Anniversary celebration, a Web
self-awareness are the keys to com/broad-sheets. revealed 44 percent of people site overhaul, increasing fiscal
a good complaint. One or two “don’t care” which team wins; responsibility and advancing
well-timed complaints a week however, we must look at facts, alumni relations, this is a big
can certainly have a positive not an inaccurate pie chart. Duke year for Campus Y leadership. We
effect on the mood of others, has roughly 6,500 undergradu- hope that in the future, the DTH
but any more than that and you ate students; Carolina is barely will provide better follow-up cov-
are living a borderline pathetic shy of 18,000. The poll was a erage for all student elections.
life. reflection of 678 North Carolina
Also, self-awareness. Like I voters. I repeat: 678. What kind Erin Marubashi
said previously, no one likes a of number is that? There are over Jimmy Waters
Frequent Complainer. If you’re 678 self-proclaimed Cameron Co-presidents
going to complain, you really Crazies. I’m from Durham; I’ve Campus Y
need to be sure that your com-
plaint won’t be trumped. In order
to have a good complaint, you
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