East Carolina University - Buccaneer Tecoan Yearbook (Greenville, NC)

 - Class of 1973

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buccaneer 1973 Part 1 Volume 51 East Carolina University

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only to those in extreme financial need. Very few jobs. Dorms cost $1,000 for room and board. About 50% of the cats and 65% of the chicks live in the dorms. The rest live in apartments which rent for $140 a month or fraternities which are the same price as dorms. Most have cars and costly threads are important to the few frat rats. BROTHERS AND SISTERS: Ratio cats: chicks — about 1:1. Most students are southern straight - there are a few freaks " who dress radi- cally, i.e. no bras, see-through blouses, extremely short skirts with no panties, long, long hair for shock value " (from a southern correspondent). Chicks like to think of themselves as sexual objects and balling is starting to be commonplace. Frats are dying. Freaks hang at the " Mushroom " (head shop) and " The Id " (The Attic) (booze Hall). Straights hang at " Lum ' s. " Dates include rapping and going to " The ID " or a flick. Grass is getting very popular — you can score anywhere in town — grass goes for $20 a lid. There have been a few half-hearted demonstrations. SURVIVAL: Could you survive in North Carolina? The health service is poor and no BC pills are prescribed — no survival ser- vices. " No draft counseling services in the open. " ACLU and others helped set up underground facilities. However, these have been forced to operate off campus. ENVIRONMENT: Mental — People study and drink. Physical - Greenville is a city of 26,000, about 100 miles from Raleigh, North Carolina. The campus is in a rural environment — there ' s a mall with grass and trees — little else. The major eyesore is the heating plant which belches black smoke into the air. There is nowhere to go. Drugs are the mam escape for the freaks. Straights go home. (Reprinted from " The Underground Gui de to the College of Your Choice by Su san Berman; copywright 1971)



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Linda J. Gardner . Brenda L. Sanders Editor-in-Chief . Managing Editor

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