The North Texas Daily (Denton, Tex.), Vol. 72, No. 63, Ed. 1 Tuesday, January 31, 1989 Page: 4 of 8
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4—The North Texas Paily
Tuesday, January 31, 1989.
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• Comedy: The U.S College Co: ly Competition, 9 p.m. in the Rock Bottom
Lounge, University Union. No cover.
• Meeting: Student Association Assembly, 6:30 p.m.. University Union 411
• Film: “Citizen Kane,” 3 and 7 p.m. in the University Union Lyceum.
Admission is $1.50 with NT ID for the early show and $1.75 with NT ID
for the late show.
• Music: North Texas Chamber Winds concert, 8 p.m. in the Music Building
• Meeting: Ye Olde Testament Club, 7 p.m., Art 223.
• Music: Faculty Chamber Music concert, 8 p.m. in the Music Building
• Meeting: Business Organizations’ informational coffee, for students interested
in business organizations. 5 p.m. Business Building 116.
• Meeting: Single Parents’ Group, 5:30 p.m.. University Union 416.
• Meeting: Alpha Epsilon Rho (Society of Broadcasters), 4 p.m. in Speech
and Drama 265.
• Lad Lecture Series: “Life Upon the Wicked/Wonderfel Stage,” by Edmond
rvi mu* 0f the dance and drama faculty. Noon in the University Union Gallery
Area and 7 p.m. in the Brace Hall Lounge.
• Career Planning and Placement Service workshops, "Resume Writing”
and “Conducting the Job Search,” 2 p.m. in University Union 411. Sign
up in the Student Services area of the Union.
• Music: Wind Ensemble concert. 8 p.m. in the Music Building Concert
• Meeting: Chess Club, 8 p.m., Biology 122.
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By Christine Gates
An unexpectedly large enrollment of
40 people has caused the Pupil Appraisal
Center to add a second class of its parent
"We’ve offered them pretty much
every semester but this is the first sem-
ester we’ve had such an overwhelming
response and had to expand to two
classes,” Dr. Terry Kottman, director
of the center, said.
To publicize the course starting next
week, handouts were placed in the
center’s waiting room and in the Coun-
seling and Human Development Center.
Handouts were also given to all of the
school counselors in Denton, who made
most of the referrals. Kottman said.
The center was trying to limit the
classes to 16 people, she said. These
two sessions arc closed, but another will
be offered after spring break.
The goals of the classes are for par-
ticipants "to learn basic parenting skills,
to learn how to communicate better with
their children and to learn how to dis-
cipline consistently," Kottman said.
Jo Lamb, Aubrey Elementary School
counselor, will lead the classes, which
teach Adlerian parenting techniques.
Kottman said. Lamb, who was trained
by the Active Parenting organization,
has taught Active Parenting in Aubrey
and is teaching the classes at NT as a
free service to the community and the
university. Kottman said.
Active Parenting emphasizes under-
standing logical and natural conse-
quences for behaviors, using encour-
agement to help improve a child's self-
concept and encourage appropriate be-
havior. using family meetings to make
decisions, winning a child’s cooperation
rather than imposing adult ideas and
helping parents understand the purpose
of a child's misbehavior, she said.
Free babysitting is being provided for
participants at the center. Undergraduate
counselor education students will super-
vise on Tuesdays and elementary edu-
cation majors in the Meadows Excel-
lence in Teaching program will superv ise
on Wednesdays, Kottman said.
Another six-week Active Parenting
course will meet on Wednesdays begin-
ning March 22. Those wanting to be
in that course should enroll as soon as
possible since space is limited and some
people are already enrolled. Kottman
said. A $15 fee covers the cost of the
materials used, including two books.
For more information or to enroll in
the next course, call Pennie Wilkinson
Lunch Bunch joins students, faculty
By Kim Covert
The Episcopalian and United Methodist campus ministries encourage students
and faculty members to get together outside of classes by sponsoring the “Lunch
The series is a weekly afternoon meeting for lunch lectures by guest speakers
at the University Ministry Center. “It is an opportunity for dialogue between
students and faculty,” said Jack Busby, United Methodist campus minister.
“Students can see the faculty as real people.”
Guest speakers, mainly NT faculty and staff members, speak on a variety of
topics. “Some speak about religious issues or their own faith experience, as
well as social and academic issues,” said Christianne McKee, Epsicopal campus
Upcoming series topics include: “John Wesley and the Catholic Spirit" by
Dr. Bill Brookshire of the education faculty on Feb. 2, and on Feb. 9, “Yes,
we know we have a drug problem, what can we do about it?" by Marjorie
Waters, an NT counseling staff member involved in developing as an alcohol
and drug abuse program at NT.
Everyone is invited to attend the series each Thursday at 12:30 p.m. at the
University Ministry Center. For more information call the center at 382-3813.
Photo by Sonia Martinez
NT glassblower Roger Ramirez fixes a broken glass
tube in a Chemistry Building lab. Ramirez is NT’s
only glassblower and is responsible for fixing all broken
chemistry and physics glass materials at NT.
all of January
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The University Travel Center on
the second floor of the University
Union offers all of the services of other
travel agencies, but can be more con-
venient for students, faculty and staff
because of its location.
Although most of the reservations
for trips are made, hy .students going
to and from home within the United
states, the center handles many over-
seas trips as well.
The center’s rates are about the
same as other travel agencies, Fail
said. However, for NT students, staff
and faculty, rates are lower. ‘‘We
can get a student rate usually at a
The University Travel Center is
open from 8:30 a m. to 5 p.m. Mon-
day through Friday.
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Open until 10 daily
3 Convenient Denton Locations
905 Ave. C
1100 Dallas Dr.
Support Group for New NT Women Students
(sponsored by Services for Off-Campus Students)
Organizational meeting: Jan 31 at 5:00 p.m.
Library, University Ministry Center
(next door to Maple Hall)
Call Jan Hillman at 565-2648
(Dean of Students) for more information
2 positions are open to serve on the committees
of ISA. Interested individuals, please attend the
ISA meeting on Wednesday, Feb. 1st at 5:00
p.m. in Kendall Conference Room 148.
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The North Texas Daily (Denton, Tex.), Vol. 72, No. 63, Ed. 1 Tuesday, January 31, 1989, newspaper, January 31, 1989; Denton, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth723506/m1/4/: accessed October 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Special Collections.