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' ...... - elpme, Current The Press/Friday, April 29, 1988/SEVEN for rent Nicely furnished large 4 bedroom apartment - parking, washer/dryer. Call 756-4 726 for appt. Rhonda! . Dear Rhonda, I am not a very verbal per- son by nature. I am usually very .uncomfortable in any emot10nal dzsp/ay. It is not as though I am a shy person -I am not. But at times I get very quiet in crowds of peo- pie that I don't know. I am very conscious of myself and sometimes think people just tolerate me. I have already decided that this is due to my incessant paranoia. My problem: As I said before I am not a very descriptive person when it comes to my emotions. This has gotten me in a lot of fights not only with my roommate but also my best friends. I would like them to know that I really do Jove them. Even though I try the words never come out. I have told them time and time again that I have a hard time communicating with people who mean a Jot to me. This usually ends up with me los- in t riends. What should I do? Signed, Uncommunicative Dear Uncommunicative, It is natural for us to l:>e shy in front of people we don't know. And to show emotion is also a common fear. You sound like a very private person, which is perfectly O.K. However, sometimes we have trouble communicating our feelings to even ot,~r closest friends. Remember, verbal communication is on ly part of it. In fact, actions often speak louder and mean more than words. Try doing things for the people you care so much about. You can write them letters, help them with homework, be extra quiet in the morning, run an errand for them, or help them with their problems. It's also special to listen whery so- meone needs tb be understood. Not only will they appreciate your help, they'll feel loved. You'll be loving without needing to say a single thing. Good luck, Special to the Press Applications are now be- ing accepted for the 1988 pre- career practicum in mental health offered for the 17th summer by The New York Hospital-Cornell Medical Center, Westchester Divi- sion. The eight week pro- gram which begins June 6 is open to college students and combines structured, staff- supervised patient assignments with profes- sionally conducted seminars and lectures. Students interested in careers in social work, psychiatry, medicine, recrea- tional therapy, nursing and psychology will have an op- portunity to explore the many disciplines of a university-based psychiatric hospital. The Westchester Division is the oldest psychiatric in- stitution in New York State and the second oldest in the nation. It has continually provided care at its present 233 acre White Plains loca- tion since 1894. The hospital is a division of the Depart- ment of Psychiatry of The New York Hospital-Cornell Medical Center. The other SUNY Masquers of Cortland present PLAY ·A· THON 88 a festival of student-directed one-act plays Pt.A\(-A-ll\o N -- ,,~~- ] SUN.,.MAY 1 and TUES., MAY 3 at 8:15PM WUJiam Saroyan's Hello Out Thete HliW~y ·Fierstein's Fugue in the Nursery '., .·· ' . . '. ~. MQ~~ M~Y 2 and W&~.,; MAY 4 ~Jt \:15 PM ~ttatpr( 9tl~~h;.ov's 1h.~ Mf!Jrriage Prop·osa I · .:: tsraef'Horovltz's Stage Directions ~'Graee ·McK\&an·ey''S F'its ·fJnd s~art:s < • • ' : ••• .• • I ' ·~ • • ' ; I • :··: ' ·~ LAB THEATRE - OQW.D FINE ARTS CENTER ,. .· ~ ~· .. ---~~..:'*~~~·:~~~;;:~t;Y·J·_~ ·~-~~·s,. __ ._ ~-~_:.: ··.~:. ··J-:;;_·~~:~ ·.· _-.,~--·~:·:~ : .. ~:~~--~:-~_:· . . :· ,_ .. -1~Xy.:;...~·~~-\·. , . :·: ,-.'··_. events division is the Payne Whitney Clinic located in New York City. The pre-career, non- salaried program is limited to 30 students. ·Eligibility is determined by demonstrated academic ability and a re- quired personal interview. Interested applicants are asked to contact Diane Clark, Director, Volunteer Department, New York Hospital-Cornell Medical Center, Westchester Divi- sion, 21 Bloomingdale Road, White Plains, New York 10605, (914) 997-5780. Lance B. (RA)- interested? W/B ASAP- from Tuesday Steve Z - Congrats to our new general manager at WSUC - from all of us! wanted URGENT - Wanted two graduation tickets - will oay $$$ call Jean 756-4 726. Wanted: tickets for gradua- ·~ion! Willing to negotiate price if necessary. Call An- drea: 756-5649. URGENT- WANTED TWO GRADUATION TICKETS- WILL PAY $$$ Call Jean 756-4726 Large home (rent includes utilities) for females - will accomodate 1-9 people. 756-8120. Nicely furnished large bedroom apartment - Parking, washer/dryer call 756-4726 for appointment. Beautiful house for 3 females - rent + utilities. I ndividu a I bed rooms. 756-8120. found Found, a distressed leather jacket, mens, call 753-3428. personals Kath, Get a life. You're do- ing a great job so far. Love Aruna. George, get a life, no a real life ... You're a great kid, bhai. Love Aruna. Mariam, aap kaisee hoon? Mein bahut teck hoon. Ram- zaan ki Mubharak hoon. Aap kush hoon?!? Love Aruna NEED A SUMMER JOB: Sleepaway camp in Poconos needs: Gen,flral Counselors Male/Female 19+_; All Sports, Gym- nastics; Dance; Tennis; H_am Radio; Archery; Rtflery; Ceramics; Scenery; Waterfront (WSI); Language (French & Spanish). Write: Camp, 1714 Wantagh Ave., Wantagh, NY 11793 or call: 516-781-5200.

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