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Harbinger 

Vol. XXVII 

[i.e. Vol. 29] 

August 26, 1994 

Through 
April 27, 1995 




Volume XXVII • Number 1 • August 26, 1994 



President welcomes new, returning students 




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Pankanin favors participation 

Letter cites recent statistics as prcK>f of increase in 
knowledge and skills for those in student activities 

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opportunum arm cnaHangm c 

'many and vomti. ' 



Construction ahead 

Sludeiils iK'cd alternate roules as widening 
project hej^ins on Alizonquin Road 



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Anyone wilt' . .■m*i iht Illinois Dcpartmcni of Transporanon 

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Ruchalski named Program Board president 

.A-sptrsiifcin. Ruchalski lu.«ioovct- 
«« flie PttiKram Bojrd m ensure ihu 
each cliiit i» fulfillinii his or her dulie*. 

"The Program Bvard i!» a vcr> 
demtitrjuc or^aniiation." Ruchalski 
Mill ■■l-:verythinj; i* voW<J on," 

""It makes my job easy '* 

Kuchalsk.1 served last year as ain 
cert ctmrptnmn and was rrspi'msible 
(or hrmgmi «ijch anisii as Webb 
Wilder. Iimmie Dale Cnlimwr and Pe- 
ler Hiin.i>irlmaJi 



This year's Progrim B«ard has 
ruined iis new pfesideiw. and and by a 
unanmottt voK Hand) Rut halslii was 
eteclcd lo the f«iis.in.,m 

Ruchalski, a setimd year stodeni 
at Harper, has promisfd to pn<vide Uie 
siwleni hody with quality entertain- 
ment 

"l wani «<i icath Ihe students how 
to rm-k." Rut-halski said "'I want to 
?rrin|: f vents to Haiprr that will bnni 
I Ik; siyjents loihe shows" 



Senate positions still vacant 



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vices. Smdenl Development and 
Continumi Edu^ .r " ' . '■" '^^ 

RepnpsetTlaiis'e p^ ■ .'I 



News-2&3 Editorial-4 Arts & Entertain men t-5 Features-b Personals-7 Sports-8 



Education Foundation honors scholarship winners 




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Fine AmSv-hiilirvhip 

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tlr.uhn Trth i»rcp Sthcilmlup 

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Russians learn about Free Enterprise Svsieni 




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School says students allowed lo horse around 



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Loyola gives scholarship.^ to former students 



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Corporate Services to host SPIN meeting 



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NAAR seeking volunteers for hotline 

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lACAC announces new scholarships 



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€*f #1 * Senate looking to fill 
^tuaent v acant positions. See 
y bettUtB story on page 1 . 



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HARPER 
STUDENTS STAFF FACULTY 



Microson Word S.la 
PageMaker 5.0a 
SuperPaint 3.5 
Fre«Hand 2.0 
Laser Printer 



Macintosli Computer Lab 

A376 

FaUHoure 

Mon. I:15p.in.-6:15p.in. 

TWs. 2:30 p.m.- 10:30 p.m. 

Wed. 1:30 p.m. -9:30 p.m. 

Thura. 2:15 p.m.-6:l5 p.m. 

Fit 8 a.m.-Noaa 

OoNed on weekenib 
and scheduled holiday's 



Score BIG with homework and 

presentations you can prepare as 

well as the pros do. 



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student Activities Video Schedule 



Aug. 3()-"FearievK'" 
Sept 6 "Singles" 
Sept. 13-"The Unbearable Lighine 



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Sept. 20-** Ace Ventura: Pet Detective" 

•Sept 27-'*Pelican Brief 

Oct 4 -Reality Bites" 

Oct. 11 '"In The Name Of The Father 
Oct. l8'JurassicPark" 



Public safety offers tips to protect items 



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Bui Ditwi Ship Direct 

$ SAVES 



tU'Y BACK BOOKS 



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Harper College Bookstore Hours 

Monday - Thursday - 7:45am - 7:00pm 

Friday - 7:45am - 4:30pm 

Saturday - 9:00am -12:00noon 



Located in Building L 




Mark Leyner 




We'd like to 
ask a pint- 
ized favor* 



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Raimy Harper 



C'CWWHJ® 



Give blood. 



Give blood this summer. 

Call LifeSource Blood Services 

for an appointment, (708) 298-9660. 

Or visit a donor center near you. 



UFEgOUWCE 



Blood SefvlcM 




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Student Activities Video Schedule 

Aug. 30-"FearIoss" 

Sept. 6-"S ingles" 

Sept. l3-*'The Unbearable Lightness Of 

Being" 

Sept. 2()-"Ace Ventura; Pet Detective" 

Sept. 27-"Pelican Brief 

Oct. 4-"ReaIity Bites" 

CXn. 1 1 -"In The Name Of The Father" 

Oct. I8-*JurassicPark" 



CtOkft Sludcnts 

Bui Diwci Ship Direct 

SSAVKS 



Public safety offers tips to protect items 

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We'd like to 
■^Bsk a pint- 
sized favor 



Give brood. 



Grve blood this summer 

Call LifeSource Blood Services 

for an appointment. (708) 298-9660 

or visit a donor center near you 



Blood Sefvic««l 



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Editorial 



The Hubtnger 



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Chance for students to get 
involved in programs 

The arrival of a new school year 
brings with it the opportunity for 
new beginnings and renewed 
potential. Harper College offers its 
students a niiriad of scholastic and 
extracurricular programs designed to 
help students reach their maximum 
poteniial. 

InvoivciiK'nt in extracunicular 
programs provides many benefit>. 
The chance to meet new people, 
form mw friendships and become 
part of the stxrial fabric on campus 
enhances the college experience. 
Students involved in activities also 
get tlrsi-hand experience dealing 
with issues such as time- 
mariagerrKnt and leadership skills. 

As of .\l;i V 1 ^94, Har^xr ha(.i o\ . ; 
40clu0s and organ i/ations ihai wctc 
active on campus, ranging from 
religious interests li> perfot niing 
groups. There is literally something 
forcverv' interest 

The Hurhini^er encourages all 
students, new or returning, to 
become involved in extracurricular 
activities. The time and effon 
involved is well worth it. 



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Generation X marks spot of laziness 



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New film puts sarcasm in American tastes 

NBK' l*H)k> at obsession wiih violence in media and public 



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Student Activities presents... 

A l«K»k at Fall ''94 cnneerts cinninj; to Harper 




The Coffee Hcuise Series 

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Jcaz pianist 
Marcu$ 
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culminate 
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Week wtwn he 
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receiving 
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WHCM, Harper's sludent-run 

radio station, is currently 

accepting applications 

for on-air DJs 

and news personnel. 

Applications can be picked up 

in A339c. Any questions 

can be answered by calling 

923-64.SS 

and asking for 

a member of management. 

Come be a part of 

Harper *s soon-to-be 

FM radio station! 



HFeature! 



Fashion design students excel in competition 



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Summer is a time for productivity, hard work 

How one student spent an illustrious summer m the burbs 



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Help Wanted 

Game Room Attendants. 
Hrs. avail: 3-8p.m. MTWR. 
Apply in Student Activities 



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Potis wanted H In upcoming Issuef . 

m© Ftciuiw poflt wl tecHuie studtnt 

woikfcHfitPotlryComtf. Anylnlw- 

•slwJ ftuctofils con dR>p by a typMl 

copy of their worfc to ttw Hdftoinger 

office in AM7. 



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Volume XXVJl • Number 2 • September 9, 1994 



Areyouapanot 
head? 

-pages 5- 

Th« Music Recydeiy - 

Out with Oid.» 

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'By the time they got to Woodstock...' 

For one student, people were the event, not the music 



K»nn«»- DUkud 




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see Woodstock poge 



Delays keep 
WHCM from 
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Koil Bngham 



Blood Drive seeks student 
help to meet high demand 



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Alls & Enterlaiiunent 



Page 5 



Division bell 
rings in Chicago 



Buffet buffs love 
fruitcakes 



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Flaming 
lizards 
attack 
Harper! 



AM." puniilh 



Check out the 
new advice 
column! 



The Top 10 Reasons 
Why You Should Call... 

10. Paid training available. (You need 
no experience) 

9. Transportation available from our 
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8. Work from 5 p.nra. to 8:30 p.m. Mon- 
day thru Friday and Saturday mornings 
too. (You pick your own days!) 
7. This is not telemarketing. 
6. Casual, fun atmosphere. 
5. WeekU payouts with great bonuses. 
4. Rolling Meadows location. 
3. The holidays are around the comer. 
2. Scholarship program available. High 
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And the number 1 reason for you to call 
is... money!! 

Ask for Young at 870-347 1 or Dave at 
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Adam and Eve debut to help students « ith problems 






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Closed Mon. 



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a newspaper? LX)es bccom- - 
ing a member of one of 
Harper's nM)st innuential pub- 
lications sound like some- 
thing you'd like ' H so. we 
need >iui' The Hiirbinger is 
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tors (o work on our award- 
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M.icimosh Fab an.l pick up 
an applicition 



Personals 



Ken (Dec/ Nut/». 

Don't pet the cai if you 
Just met the cat Bui if you're 
sprung on the eat, you might 
as well cat the eat. 

-Da Landlord 



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Bulls and Bears and Cubs, 



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Oh my! 



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Cheerleaders 

announced 

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Volume XXVII • Number 3 • September 23, 1994 



Viruses infect computer 
labs on campus 

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Inside... 

Adam and Eve Talk 

Bagels 

'pogte- 

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vengeance 

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Harper alumnus returns to campus a star 



Picasso sculpture donated 
to college 



IGu*nvA»i«d 



Harper to host 
Heart Walk 



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Gradiiatinn Petilion 
deadline muiounced 



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groups censor and even Kin lilerature to protcci 
the general public. 

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depend on snuUl fnngc groups to p«jlice ihe 
infonnation released to them 

Imagine a place where VV/M-nc s WaUo and 
the Bible arc considered subversive. 

Imagine the United Slates of America, ciaa 

1994. 

September 24 through October I is Banned 
Books Week. The LRC here on campus and 
other Itbcaiies throughout the area are 
prominently displaying and pn>rooling banned 
books. We ai The /faiAiwfer applaud then 
elliirts 

Some of the btwLs ihat have been banned hy 
various groups during the past year include; 
Where's WiiWo. TheAdwntuM Hiukkberry 
Finn, and Little House of the Prmne. Even the 
Bible «s not immune from the censors. 

Bannmg literature is essentially bannsnc ihc 
Irccdom of Oxiught. flow can a free MXieiy 
cjiist »,ithout the cMcnuat freedom of tfiought .' 
How C4n any one grout '• linking for the 

population as a whole? 

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with what you are saying, hut I will fight to the 
death your right to say it." Thai niaxini savs it 

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gutrmices freedom of choice If stwiethini 
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SiGNATURE 



708-268-0092 

Equal Oppotiynity Employ »*F/av 



MAKE SMART 



JOB CHOICES 



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response from students 

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last week's stumpers in newspaper 






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Volume XXVII • Ntimberi • October 7, 1994 



Personals, Personals, 
and more Personals! 

-fwgfsS, 10, II- 

There's actually a 

Poetry Comer this 

week! 

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Poetry slamming on campus again 



KanntmoHORl 

1. I*eal m«i4if An mU'ractiv* 
vMte' *cTeen in which two people 

timultancMxIy rolW off f>.:»m\ 
«•*«•• sen ami life TtfK .fctk* 

. riling „ul whanteJefin,iK» 

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whm liw hreoiw a M-jninnl f% rn i 

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:il CT»Kiifo' tCirern Mill l.u, t lub. 
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Ncw»-2^ Editniiii^ Arts& 



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eiit-5 Features-6 Personals-7 Sports-« 



News 



The Hailrii^er 




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Students allowed to ref^ister for sprinf; classes 

I 'urKTM 1-if |MM' Hacfcr t 'idilrft inidcMt <■< wi'iicd k> R|Mcr lot Sfrmg .iciimin' cirilti i'nunes 
^lcfmmllg NtniMlftl. lliiawi.Wi mn i O mincl—1'.IHt %Hm"Wl»iltr imy citt lit Snwfcti 
Ocvtk)|MM« «mm m <*»*m m «lS«:m fcr icgiiiMkiii mm* ad vmeatmn. smI ii > wkmMc 
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la mailaMe • dw Cifrviui. RaiHliv A mniiii Tamlii. MmBlci I. fM 7 am. 2 .|i.m Aficr 
1 f I.B. . avrMnmcM uiiii' <Mll lit amilillr in iMr 'llc|Mar'f CMkc. HiiiUiiii h. Mmm 2 1 ) tank 

Award-winning film being shown this week 

Diuiiif .iMrmitninl' Wtek. Ckwilcr 19' M, ilir tw*) Vnncc Hint tali*d vunitr. Mn*. will he' 
•ciMaMl iM Itoipef .« Thttr^te)!. CkKitct I \ mT Mtpm m Ikr HwUinf ] 'lltsiii*, T>>r Win, hIikIi 
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Juggling team to appear later in the month 



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itw t*lP« liMcrMMMnl ttam l<i|ttw| C'hiMi|Maailii|i jimI lkiU«"mcnl'GBiin*w WorU K/ii'>ii)iv 
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I Wk'. Tlirjr cimMiK MM!it,)ii||ltilg tkllb ••■It mmtt •« <>•' -rini ubh yc Ici. rninf 'Wnrhjiit « . 



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Meeting on odke careers planned for students 



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School announces Fall '94 graduation plans 

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tarthct ir::' iH'.M'l 'l(«C ll»|:l-.(' '-•1 

Deaf Awareness Week hosted in late October 

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WEDNESDAY • OCTOBER 12 • 6.30 P.M. 



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At DeVry, careers take off. 




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AMERK AS NATIONAL BANK 

open the vault for ihe second annual 



Club Corner 

Orptumtim Ntm and Ammntementa 



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Harper Christian FeOowsiiip Club Roundlable 

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CAME lOlRNAMENT 

Fnday. Oclobcr?!, I<>94, 5 30 p m 

Ariinglon Park Hilton, Vrlingion Heights 

$3t) Per Player. SI 5 for student and senuir players 

Registration includes dinner 

louniainent is open to pLivers with all levels of ability 

FIRST FRIZi; IS SI.OOO < ASM 

SECOND PRIZE IS $5(M) (ASM 

M(' >N( »i'( )1 V r-Shins for all players 

1 « Rrgister, call 708-577-7070 



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DwPal 

Tnin,sfcrStudnif( ...aiinator 

TViesdav, October Ig 

9:00a.ni. tolrCKJp.m. 
Building A 



North Central College 

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BACC^IS. Health Service c.^.p.,n,.„ 
-.Ichol awareness week for s.udents slaff 



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, '^^'^ gXWlM^TI ON SCHEDULE FALL. 1994 

Final Exa. Period I «o«J». rues<lay ~" 




iiliiriil 



Freedom of the Press 
vs. the Rights of the 
Accused—Where to 
draw the line? 



Editorial 



The Hirbinger 



The tales of the young 
and of the apathetic... 



Kari Bi'ighon 



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privC'v^ 


1 lease "■ . ■ '\ 


tjcvs svv . in i . ', , ,„, ,. i V t ■ . ., > ... - ■-, V .i. -V tiff the 


dcrc"nd;ini\ nahj m a fair Jiid mip.jrti.ii tiiry. 


,'\l witai i-H»ni' ilfH;\ ttu: Imc f'viuofii !lk- 


publtt;\ nghi-iO'^kn»>w and ihe rights nt the 


accuwd ge! cnnscd'' 


Ills ccr [J 1 n 1 ■. . > he a. d iftlciill task li> 


impanel a jun '-t>n, Svtmc may 


even argue tha: i<( the trial 


-whether inmK-cnl or guilty -is already 


Uintcd, That isn't jtistKC fur Mr. Simps»>n 


nor for the victuns 


We at 7"/i«' // ihink the tirst step in 


relorming the system rests with tfic media. In 


this era of chcckhtMik jnym.iltsm. a return to 


basics IS needed. The aura of ■"monev for 


mHhing" must he cr.,iil!eated from the 


profession ol lourtialism. Journalists must 


have integritv .ind fv protesMonal. whieh 


ineludes not p.,iytni: lor ilieir \UirK> 


We must all fight lo (-"■ ' .■'■'■■ 


guaranteed to us in ttie (, 


means comprnmiMfn: r.itiiif;-. .TtiMiit' 


dolLirs, then s*> fv it. 




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Genera} Infonnation 



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Opinion 



Pages 



Humble pie goes sour for poor OJ. 

Coincidence or planned setup? Only the jury can decide... 



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thai he had in his private ci>lleciion. 

In Ihe same issue. \\e relcred lo Karen 
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Inside... 

Personah, Personals, 

and m,!! ■ "■ ■ - -mW. 



The Pt>otr>' Comer 



Harper Alum takes 'Tinsel Town' 

Reinhold Weege returns to campus to tell how he did it 



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EXAMINE 

MEDICAL 
TECHNOLOGY 



A^.-'," m Medical Techractog) is worth -a dmcr l<;>ok» The 
Dc|*urtnKni nf Health and Human Sen ties (WtilKts ilui 4ncr S<) (K»i 
no* jttta will he croied fur m««lici»l iei:hiK.|ogisK hv the vear "^KXi 
The prirfcMion ^Aim llexible work s^hcduks. a % iJe var lely of 
*if k envirunmenu. «a j.* opptmanitics m jtll pads *il Uie aHi«r> 

Nou examine Rush t„'nn«s,n\ R..>-hflnr i,f Scwnet Dcfrce in 

McUk;.iI 1... ,■,,,1, ,^ 1,^^ iiml'icalMW cf 

f^"""""-'' I •.t-MniK; .ind evolving 

ieuMMUjcnvin.inmcnl I he laculi-. , .is urli .,i.s iea4.:hcr\ 

jikJ reswirhitR. demomirating u^. . , , ,.., .n.,i kno«lcd»!e in 

ihcelimcal <*nmti «hik i«n.siimting iIwvrettcMl and pr.kiji-aJ eviifrtiH' 
.n the d..issr<.*,.m The luundation.,,.! the 1 ■n,w-,s,.^ „ an uulNUndmi- 
jwttem ca« selling:' . Ru^h^'. P^€■^^\ icnan : VtedttyJ Center is 

tef(ijfm/cd as urn; . if the kMmfi 'hi'>sp,i.: „ „ .a,,,^, 

* rampu* visit r0r people inlrreslrd in Medient 
reebnoliifcv is ncNciiuled for Fridaj, No*enibei liiih at 
l:0O pm. TrniM of Rush's nifdicii liiboriilorics »ju' be 
included If ^011 urould like li> mirnd. etmHict; ColU-Ke 
AdiTiissaon Ser%iee*, It4.» West Harrison Street. Kuoiii 
ll». Chieago, IIDiwis Mfti;. Mii ♦42-5(»». 

RUSH(|)UNI V E R S I T Y 




Hosil-th 
Comer 



Adult iiiiinuni/atiun wetk appntaching 

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Mt'ditatitin Seminar 



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Illinois juveniile laws need 
changing before it's too late 

The past week has provided us yet 
another example of childhood gone 
tragically awry. On Thursday. Oct. 13, 
five-year-old Eric Morris* life was 
literally thrown away because he 
wouldn't steal candy. Eric's accused 
killers, who are 10 and 1 1 years old, 
threw him out of a 14th story window as 
retaliation 

The paramount question that should 
be on everyone's mind is this: Where 
were the parents of the accused killers? 
Both children have per\ious felony 
arrests. If the parents of these kids were 
not properly supervising them (as 
previous felony arrests would indicate), 
why didn't the state step in? Why 
weren't these kids under DCFS care? 

Here's the real kicker: Even if these 
kids are convicted of first-degree 
murder, the state can't sent them to jail. 
They are too young. 

The law in the state of Illinois will 
only allow criminal defendants who are 
13 or older to be incarcerated in juvenile 
facilities within the slate The slate cm 
place younger, violent offenders in out- 
of-state facilities, but placement can take 
up to two years and the expense is 
outrageous. 

We at The Harbinger feel thai the time 
^ right to reform the kivvs regarding 
young criminals Far ioo many violent 
offenders are getting olT far too easily. 
Eric's death should not be in vain. 



Editorial 

Time to remove troops from Iraq 



K'ori Irighcan 

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m\\ei1 by cleanjng my nwirn 1 hr 
r,iilio .inKMincrf came on « ilh the 
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i...irit-i rt'*a0.m th. !<»'»! 

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l.tlhn % unit riciet |;in ^..il|...tl up u> 

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liled'up r^is tmv mmnd. 

I hrothi-! iiml a boyfnffnd 

'pnmc fighlin' ape" (at 

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otjmy MMpNiv I giem up.an .Armi 
hrat, so I knmi all ahinii the dc- 
tendinp ot Cm mimirv and laluex 
and .ill .It th;ii stud Ami I viiiuld 
nfWT (villi- the iiwi! and niitti<.-n 
»h.n.itcsiTiin,eiiiihf 'Vrincdf .tn's 
ot mil iiHinnN 1 il.- tcil jiisttliixl. 
hi'weicf. in Iviaiinp the (Hjlmcsnf 
iiui LiHirjtry "I'hfv sfink Whv is it 
lK.il f iroi i:l' BushalUmedHusst'in 
In siai in pn'iiiT in Ihi' first pLin- ' 
I dim'i undetMaixl App.ucmli , we 
tel I thill the » oid <il a iiuuliTian n hiv 
had ni ■ i)i<alins .itMiui using i-hi'mi 
cal *.u1;iti- iin his in*n people (if 
memtx-i iht- Kuidish rchels') uas 
g<x'Kli-n(nii:ti "rh. lpi'omi*enevi-i 

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irwunniy on tvh;' ' \iv \i.u try in i' lo 
lell me that ihc ic.iJci i-t the m..si 
fmwerful muntry in the imrlj he 
lieiedfhisnul !' Wiui.lknoiA (iomi 
"1 ( >ei«j:e wanted to assure him- 
'^ell thai he had yet ;in.ithet iippor 
ninny to i jtapuli himself up in thi- 
■'"iiiiim polls War Mill do thai (ot 
.is .m> spin dotlor worth his 
.:t mil tell voij ftoWem is. 
(rcoij;!.. losi the elesiion In Bill. 
leaiinc tlill m finish ikaluij: with 

this ITk'ss I 1. >ps 

Well ^iiess whai' Don't usc 
the (Vopk- I love .IS vDui interna 
tional j.u)iiois I'm mil wilimp to 
give up my fiither sn ;. . lu s an con 
tinue lo pay a hmk and a halt tot a 
g.iill«mf gasoline I. septiWictfam 
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LETTERS. 



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Those in charge of hiring need to evaluate theniselves first 



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Tvo'dciim. (KK' ot » hom is a 
sitNirkin I'lLiv < « gav e s a y httpf'ti 
talks on e'. a!i.i,a«in.; miraei* ami 
outhirmes f.>t |o>'s in c(il')e(e».. 

'I'hi'if W.I.S itne diawlncli 
'llirre i* » lot <ii laUt M dUK'snaiB 



'ini: till lulimal diietsiiy 
itnenci'r.ioK si\ (wsople 
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11 J . ..I s I' We *! 'in ■ I e M-i! .y-k .ih. m i 
iln; numlxi ot white men theie i 

lalliei (X'ople who .itr resf»'m- 
'tiMf fn hiimi: at Harjief kno'* all 
llhiw » to kno'w ahoui hiniig of 
wona and ini'mimK<t or else it H 
■KM «cf J' hilt oi 'ilmr ictd .timdti. 



.iriil we haic a long \^ay to gi'i 
v^'hll-h do sou ihmk ii is'' 

I .1.1 n.'i w.iii! lo si'okl. hill we 
oi-t\l 111 jii-nlli hut firmly le 
Uiinst iiinsi'Kcs Ikil we still haie 
thinps to learn al I latpct if we ate 
goini; lo Iraii&forni out liilk into 
infocmed at-titm 

Jerome A Stoat 
Depanmeni of 1% iloH^phy 



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KMhf i«1l«, PH» Prcpst. ( 'AMMy .Alfrrd , Paul Ck-Kobertis, lemcjt Owtm. AkM Karabalnibwa. 

Hollv RunhakoH, Amlri^d Hm»I«. Josh Haibeck 



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,.tm.*. TK" pa.p« IS «l.^......i4.j m.v to all ".Hid«ul!.. (av-ulty and 

".."«*.wir Idle Hjifptf'r a:iiTOrtimif>' 'With inttTrtnatiafi pertaining; t».> the 



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'ntr f'lirta)|cr iM)feaM» leflen Mi Hw Mtan ami rap Int lu our nliKiruik Ltttmi, mmt 'be ligiwd .and mclud* a joctal 
'M.\inl)i nantiitr. Siipalunta urill tie wHMcU ufiin tvtguiNt . Alt Mien tm wbfKt D:> editing 

•lui;:1».ind sin'ii« jiJ'HTtwil m 'Theiiirfmftraminat l«i€«!»*ariyti«liiei»l'lly'lhi»i!d.il<iesiif lhi*p«p«i,tioc'hvlhe 
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Opinion 

Withdrawal more complicated than solutions offered 



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I, . Tmw *<• resiwto' .,a,„,U-.„,ijNiunh<-M,.Ml>'l ast 

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Potential jurors?— Let's try homeless on Simpson case 



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I DON'T KtJOW 

much about ( 
[onaekeptJ jo 

HOW TO 
SPELL IT. 





GO TUICF// 
GO -JV^CEjf 



I'M HABITAT I ON - 

ALLY-CWALLENCED, 

SCQUEST Eg__H^ll 




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Condom Rose latest in line of opinions on birth control 



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groups on boih 
Miles tight for 

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■ui'tliiiiii? 



OiiTia- 

Y(tu Ktt girl : Keep 

the fairh. 

Brano 



Kai> 

\'<m ran Iw invnived 

anytime, bahy. 

li''''—i iBifti 

r*t gi'ten up. 

Hakcd 

I^Maim 

WiMiien and rhiMren 
rtrsi: 

The 



Randi- 

I'm eeliine l<»n«-ly 
Where lire yi»u? 
Eda Ihi 

\'an 21 • 

HiMi' fitsi were ynu 



Oliiia- 

^ mir ctimfiHiUs were 
imculied ftir :ind 
llitpritftssiiMUil. 
I*alieni-t> ts u tirtue. 

exeriise itl 

l"hm 




**The g;uns 
of education ai'e 

never lost/ 

* 

FriuMn Roosaeli 



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Roosevelt University 



The diff«r«nc« b«tw*«n 
«wtwr« y<Mf arv Mfxl 

Where you want to ba 



rlillit'liiMtbqH-rtollrci-i 
. MiAct it tram «:.W|i.a. iiiap.m.. 



Ja.<MHi- 

I need ynu to he the 

"Free Ho". 

Pimp 

I)- 

Hope you are feeling 
better. If you ever 
need Kleenex, just 
let me know... 



Olivia* 

V'oiir note was 

HXIRKMH V 

imappropiati::: 

Who do 
ycHj think? 

Captian- 
Ikemolion!! 



V\ m M 




.|i>n- 

Pm not II 
priKtolusiM, 
hut I plu.v one 
in the iiflite: 



it X SA l>e«iple- 
i Jiwear he 
lm»ked like Ray 
Liota! 
Ciarbo 

Peterson- 
Thanks! !! 

.I<»e' Lives 

I ru t<) ^(ime 
I-Shiris. 
Clash 

Kandi- 

I mixs i»ur luim 
niijhls lORether. 
Erik 

All !Vlen- 
"Hell hiilhno 
Fury like a 
woman 

.•ieornedll!" 

|i>e- 

\\hen you Rnm 
up and get a life, 
call sonieone 
who cares. 
Olitia 

t hris is still 
holding up 
trafTu on n 

WHtM- 

ll*s only a 
matter of time, 
hopefully! Slay 
itith as! 
Da ikiss 

(>uy.<i- 
Freeport rules.'! 



Page 11 



F.rik- 

I hf note was not 
addressed to you. 
so kindly keep your 
opinion to yourself 

Olivia 
P.S.-\\ hen did you 
htt-onu- Miss 
Manners? 

("hris- 
Drive Much? 

Tamlin- 

There are 25 diffrent 
magiiAineN-nol 
ineludin); the "Value 
Paeks. ■ I eoiinlid 
I iliinia 

Oli ta- 

■ donl like you, and 

n(i>ou don't (-it a 

key. 

Not froiii 

Frik 

Cdptian- 

\<>u have Kone down 

with the ship. 

(Juess Who? 

Chris- 
Is it difTirult running 
a Non-Broadeastinj' 
system? 

Ms 

Kini- 

I need sfinie round 

Kisses! 

(lash 

Claire- 
How was the concert 
at l( ( S\? 

Chris 

Sii/anna- 
Vou'ie taken my 
■nan!!!! 

Anftry & 

Lonle\ 

l*elers<»n- 

M> ownprrMiti NAM!! 
Vetran 

WHCMiChris)- 

Silence istJoldeii! 
The 
Observer 

Remember N(M>N 
FridiH is the deadline, 

nolvifk:::: 

The Ho's 

Vour all sold to the 

Captain! 

Clash 



.loe- 

WcMld you like a 

Coupon? 







Spoits 



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We've been mentioning that we 
need a Sports Editor for a while 

now. Did we mention the 

unlimited expense account and 

company car perks? If you are 

interested and have previous 

newspaper experience, stop by 

A367 anytime for an application. 



Hawks lose to defending champs... 



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Volume XXVII • Number 6 • November 4, 1994 



Inside^ 

Special Transfer Week 
Pullout Section] 

-pages 7-10- 

O.J.'s Defense 
Revealed! 

■page 6- 



Annua! IVansfer Week hits Harper this week 

Variety of services presented for transfering students 



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riMpte WMft itaniTaMlar. .No« . 
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tM •liMMli III ■ lot of KiMnll m 




IJ4 AmMlAitf fkw tftt* 



fill |NM|IVIMIIli TUMIiifcr W4MI 

lit ID k)' Ml omIw ikt «l«ic pw<«i 
cMiitt to lla*^«iiMlMii."C«imif 
ittd. U'« dm * pm$ dMKt f«r 

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tMMlliifacitititesandnifaiTKiDon 
iIMIcmIiI he MpM lo HMfKf sta 

ilMs viKiplH'IO'msferKi • (iMir- 
ymt colltie or i i »M iiiy . 

Jtamtm Week it <ln4|nml «• 
UM. •mknii CM CMily Mlk HI i«|>- 
«CB 4il (May iMfMeni col'- 




InfoniiNi^io am he otilatiiad.an 
many di(tecM istnei inch it nnit- 
mf viNiler resources, nekclinf: a 
liMHfcr Kbool. deciding on a ma- 
jor, tklrniuning if course credil 
will irantfer. rmoncmg and mak- 
ing a iOiooih trMMUon Tlieic will 
alio he infimnaiMn on bachelor' » 
detra: ofxioat for sidail vludrnts 

"I wamto go.' ■ sophomore Ingr 
Kvat %md, 'To tee wlui other 
tclKMrii hive 10 officT. and (o help 



mr make my (fecision " 

There will be aFour-YearCol- 
iege Fair in the Buikling A Stwiaii 
CfHler fram 10 am to 2 p m cm 
Nov <»th 

rhis IS :i chunce fm ilMlentii lo 
ask questions and gather informa- 
tion from the owi KXi invited col- 
leges and universities from ann«s 
the United Slalet. 

Anyone needing mofc infor- 
j can call 925-6522 



G.E.D. blunder lands college in the middle of testing controversy 






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SiMknitiai(im4lir'lH.liM.Mm' 
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s. In July 



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1 the mt Tlitt i< dnne hv 



M SerV'Kt Rcgim of- 

wkkli it 'headBd by RiiAiiHl 



llirClMh.OMiN> PuMic Schools 

tlMMC iHNbiiti who look ihe 

■nil in Mny wiH now kn«e lo (o 

f li ilie pie|MtitttMi piucvM a 

and frube ilic intt ■■ 

af 



Honors Society undergoes change 



UMoGonMn 

Ihe H-iipei CoHcft Honor So- 

mtf m m mpitmitm to «tam 
■i ni tM i a wliO'ftMt Hint inyciw lake 
on. die ev:ira'CnHiM||iroNn0:nptt|Mm' 
«lk«IUirt wlMck iht' cM Int W nf • 
ilf M* F.li/.atieltllMI,llMteil% 
DIKaixoi (4 the c lab to «ae«|Mi(iiMl 
ttudeniv Mvi ihcu (lAilaaiiplly M 
u> "he flexiMe twd. odmil ai i 



HaqpartenHy. If at 
aiilytMW'<if'ttedttmc<:tMetin.hear 
tlw OM Nil he adinniad by otaiM- 
ing avpRWrt IkM EliMtWli Hnti 
Ittnliy fipMMx «f di* 'Hnmm pn> 



tmm Bting ladncwd mm Mk 
HoMf Sadity M (ta^ illow* a 



sectHWKdeaignMllDcIl 

runher ralike mi 
.' ' Ihe 

ii^uptf CMMIIM'' IliiiiCMr 
^HX'tctv iitfwf «Ml'(9fiitoall(|«iii- 
fkd«iu«leMi 

In Mdif 10 btcoflM a umiii*' 
bir ol itt HOMT SociMy . « iMMleiii 
MMt BHi'il Inm iwoof liK cimii- 

I dlwcdy out of high 
•Ctoalb)flMvn«atle»la :< 5GPA 

«• a 4.0 ictil. Mnt '■" <lbt MV MB 
pacent of Mr gMtaMn (Im. 
or. as aa. riMiMivt oMhod. ikey 
mny 4Hdlfy by feiwint abiyiw-aw- 
^ leM now* d Kn ACT com- 
pomie KOfC nMH be at IMH IS OR 
iheir SAT <. Mi*i n i i d Hut nam he 
HUKtor am*. If OMMtfyeiMiaMi 
Haiper Madem wwh to tpattfy. 
dKy can do to by haiviat a ) 5 OPA 
iM 12 wu M f baia» «( coMair 
crNViffiannt. or oMMMnc two wt^ 
m* of nwa wnd n iMwi fnun 



■iona nn can^ici. ibc :lln«ii Sod- 
tiy ekvis ttndem (ifric:cn. CMMc 
Madny. ibe -44- ''(S Preafcit. le- 

*(Our phtloMiphyl is lo 

be flexible and aiJmit as 

many students as 

possible.' 

-Dr. Elizabeth 

Hull, faculty sponsor of 

Honors Society 

itgnnd fton her poaMioii mccMly- 
AccoMttng lo Hull. Madny' ■mitfei 
tlmni biita«i«e she Cell 'that her 
CMtiCiMMk in the nuraing ichool 

waa fat bin diin—iiimonBow ha' 

MfiHCft Oi Ming, att tMncwf In ine 
Honor Sotiitf. Mmkiy itnmint a 
'vny cMbiMiaatlc' inemper or itie 
Hoaor Society Heather Tollenon 
baa flKffmi Hp to fill Maday't po- 
siiKiii. Olter GiHivni oflKers in- 
clude Vict -I'tes idem $ief«n 
PaMhMR, Scc:i«ta(y Norm MM Jr.. 
and Ticaaamr Oandetae Pcden. 
: a nMUbcr of the 
idnHicqnncwae. 
In ad- 
dition to tht' |M*stblc added 



coiN'iewoik. ffiMdents tne awo tiM- 
INCMl to pankitMle m activities 
i|Mniaed by the club On one re - 
eem weekend, wveral ttudent 
memtW't de\i i>ied mosl of i day to 
clcaamt up the Perimelcf Road 
area, arannd caniput. for "Make a 
tNltaence Day" They wbmmed 
iheit M>ry lo Tkr 0aih HrmU and 
■re awamngatnponiic. .Acconl- 
mg lo Hull, their imem was not to 
win the content '^ponMired by the 
paper, bui lo make IVniaeiei Koad 
more enjoy ahle ft'* Nker\..|oggen. 
and other people who use the path. 
Another goal whtcb the siu- 
dnlt ate hoplnc to achieve soon i> 
lo become involved in the Illinoit 
Deparimem of Transponatioo'i 
"Adopt- A Htghway'pnTgiim The 
pto« to adopt* a nearby 
lOfAlgonqutnRoad and take 
IttponMbilily for keeping it 
, According to Hull, the Htnor 
Society would be eipected lo pick 
up irath ^ong then "adapted" high- 
way approiiinaMty four times per 
year However, the laid that the 
aie highly emhtisiitiitic 
: program, and as a lesuit. 
they woukl probaMy go out more 
frequendy to pick ap traih. The 
prapmal hat bica wbnutted to die 
Village ofMaline.Miri isctmently 
ofNcMi IDOT a|>|iiov'ai. 






M«HONCXSpaoe2 



The leiit IS given otxe each 
■OMh al Harper, aid Harper of fen 

a piepanliiry class to refresh stu- 
dents' memories 

Acconling to die E5R ofTice. 
IhecMay pomons of the tests were 
hM. ManWkk's office offered no 
e«|it—iinn or apology for this 
mmbap. only a refund of the testing 



fee 

TlieG.E.D. teslif dencnedwi 

second chance for students wtio 
have not received a high school 
ibplonuL It covers all general aca- 
demk areas including math, read- 
ing, social studies, science, li.S. 
and Illinois Constitution, and En- 
glish 



Transferring credits 
soon to be easier 






The tllinokiCoQBaniity Col- 
tege BoOKihaiiofficialty accepwd 
• nniiar icfiMRi provkbig for the 

>a»ier an « pi an w of college cied- 
in. 

On Sept 16. Ihe Board offi- 
Ciilly approved the IBiBolc Af- 
McalaiMn Miiativt Hwac i. tl 
•BR adopted by die higher hoanL" 
laki Ivan Lach. ICCB tmerim 
tsccutivc director "It's now in 
Ae procent of beintqiiaoved by 

'Ikcmie.'' 

tnder Phaae I. die ICCB it 
■lying 10 cMtdnute a ganenl 
CWTKuhini of coniiei from iwo- 
yaat ichoah dm win be accejned 
m nHMl Male public and private 
Ibvr-^iear an iv e r s itiea. 



classes with all state universities 
both public and private." 

After Uk ICCB approved ad- 
apialian of the reform, letters were 
sent out 10 each university 4sking 
if they wouk) accept such a pro- 
poiaL The colleges were given 
the choice as to whether dwy ac- 
cepted it (The proposal) or not," 
Ladi said "The cuneot leqwote 
bat been positive." 

Once the ICCB receives all 
tcsponses, and if die teform is 
meet with a majority appiovaL a 
general cuiTiculum will be out- 
bned. tnafcing it easier for two- 
year mdena to natfer to four- 



Onoe Iliiir I it 
nnae II. whichinclades panebof 
faculty members, will eiUbOib 
die lequiied coutiet to ilefiee 



Ri*eterarna((hey win accept 
from a paitKiilar 



Overall impleroentation of the 
changes ts set for Summer 1991 
Lach said that will give ichooit 
! to restracQnc Itaeir 
i tothe 



"Noar tyt aie Myiai 



Check out the special 
Transfer Week section inside 



New*-! Arts & Entertaiiimeiit-4&5 Opinion-6 Transfer Week-7-9 Ciassifieds-lO&ll Sports-12 



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■iiimtoiia iniiiiiwi«7fcriKi 

■act <M bw «Moi « 92^45*7 



Ameiioui Sinokeout rivals Thanksgiving for November acc«riades 

fieii to TlM*i(iving. i» the most f»«w» Thursday in November Its the American Cinc« Society s 







AiqWM MidtoK idMBMl Mm 




OUT opportunity to quit smoking for 24 hows or to lend i hand 



Grc« Americiai SmokBom November I 
W HMmme «ho'< trying to quit 

!!■»• you ever ia»d/Why bother »loppiii|7The danwte it alre«ly done." Wii»g! Your body begiiis 

M lepiir luelfis mkmi m yov nop tmoking. 



t IS y 



-Within TOiiiimnii ■ftri llie last cigarette, blood piessuie and puliw rate will decrease to a penoo's 
mirmai rradii^ lod MC. ind body temperature of extFciroues will return to a peiwn's normal. 

Within 8 houfi. the blood" » cartwn monoude level will decrease to oomial and the Mood wUI cany 
the pcrton't notnai amount of oxygen 

•Within 24 hours, ctaancet of a hean attack will decreate. 

-After 4« hours of ooo-smokiog, nerve ending will am to grow bock. Things will tiwll and lane 



- AJIef 72 tauis. braadnd mbei will start to leiax— breathing will be easier and lung capKaty wUl 
iflcreaie 

-Within 1 10 9 months, cough, sinus congestion, fatigue, and shortness of breath will all be reduced 
•Ten y««i alter your qui I. your death rue will be appraximalety the lane as for those who have never 



Qail fcrthe d«y 00 November 17 Just take one day at a time. As days turn into months, you are on your 
way to living a longer, healthier life' 

Slop in Held* Service. A.%2, anytime for smoking cessalioa infocmaboo. On Thursday. November 
17. kxk for the Great American Smokcoot Table. Student Center BuiMiog A. 1 1 :00- 1 :00 Tips on quitting 
smoking, quitting aids and smoking suhstitules will be available. 

Time Management Seminar offers assisUnce to procrastinators 

Are you bouod down with end of the semester deadlines? Do you find it difficult to juggle the 
responsihliliet of school, home, and work ■> Does It seem like there is ju,st too much 10 do and loo little time? 
Time management techniques can help Come lo the Time Management Seminar on Tuesday. November 
15 7 .M>-8 » p m. A241 Sue Overland. Wellness and Human Performance faculty will provide you with 
tips on how to icl priorities, organiie yoor daily tasks, combat procrastination and avoid overschedulmg 
yourself Time mwagemem is a valuable skill thai can be u.sed for the rest of your ti6e. 

Ben and Jerry's bribes blood donors with premium ice cream scoops 

Haipet College andLileSouice will be sponsoring ablooddiiveoocampusWednetdiy. Nov 16 from 
8:30am toJ:»pnnnBuild>nsA24: Ben and Jerrys Ice Cream will be on hand scooping out icecream 
(or an those who donaK 



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AH the news that fits, we 
try to ^vini...The Harbinger 



Honon 

coTit foim pQ, 1 



dtKU'ssions of ii selected topic for 



ImpilMinooaiplcdftariheii 



' Society mMw on 
Wutton^iy aAunMMMis ii j |^.fli. is 
Ioo«t239. These medini* eon- 
liM of dub business, m well ai 



Fof eianpb. during dK wMk 
of Oa 24. ihc Honor Socteiy Md 
adiscHssKMiof mysucism Auyoae 
withing more informal ion on 

Harper's Honor Society ihouM 
CMUact EUiabelli Hull. fKally 
1 915^*23. 



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so Write DsaLetteiToItieEioi 



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Army or Army Reserve. 

Bodi wiU train you in a 
wide choice of skills... bodi 
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interesting experiences widi 
new friends. 

And both the Active 
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wiD help you gain setf- 
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One man finds out the facts in Pulp Fiction 



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af]mi«ltoa«fMiarhiir*c«ioiM ton. Mantilin. Thr Iwo ciwt 

wati(Jt«ifmiiri]iptt,rnwilo- pMfei twice in Ihe movie, kavmg 

■a Wmmt tmm KUkn % OHorriMBdnd. Idon'twimio 

■M mmt Mm of whil to rate il for ym. but oac of them 

BMlfjroalMiCB'lHMiiny won't be 'Suyioi AUve" . if ym 

nflitllidlkA«li0pN9VBiliowiiHM hocw wImi I mran.. 

MUM Hood flii MEfc. TUt Mmc ltattKiandoaieKCll(«jii<> 

iiMiilKiH«Mak«rhMit iailiistaaB-io-bec«liliiLT1iecM 

^tim $m €mmn tt Mm tnmtm iMailnMlhenm^ ActorS 

■id Bfucr Wtllit. Tnvolla piqra tekm playt VinceM'i | 

ViBECi«.atlii«*lM knows kowio Mat.* Bible <|M«tiis|ikilata|ilKt. 

KMi PW rraoi Smnu^af Nlfikt liwr. 

piid M dirow I AgM by VincHit't nakc* • brief ( 



Tvammo hiimelf Acior Hwey 
Kalel plays a chancw dul is in- 
credihly simlai lo onr he piayed in 
the Bcidfet Fonda film. Poim of No 
Krmm He it a wise-cncking 
'clean-ap' man for d>e mobster 
MancHiii 

Wiib his iituai swiylellinc fi- 

lamedwiitiiMeicsiingdialogariod 
plot twists Hr keeps an impartaiu 
pan of the Tilm from us imttl the 
end. finally lying up die looM ends 
from the thfte stories thatmake up 
die film. The only loose end dial 



■cimins is die sailcase. What dc 
hell is in diat case! It got my curi- 
osity going and then lefi me h»g- 
ing. That wis die oidy thing diat I 
didn't like about die film. I figure 
il has 10 be die same diing diat was 
in die tnnk of the car in Xe/>o Afuii 
Right about now you're prob- 
^y expecting me lo give you a 
rating. If you rt^ly need some son 
of grading system, then I'll give ii 
to you Pulp Fkiion is a four view ■ 
ing film For diose of you who are 
confused, diis means i wotdd tee il 
four times, even at fidi price. 





Klub Dcutsch will have a candy sale on 
Nov 21 in buildings A and J. They will 
also be eolleciing items for the V.A. 
hospital in Waukegan. Drop off new or 
in gcHxl condition books: sci-fi, 
mysteries, spy. westerns andbatb items: 
aftershaves, nice soaps, hand creams 
and candy. 



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Moiisters:The hidden truth behind the myths 




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aa4 fMwt of ksow mw. Aa n- 
phnMa ir jm »il. of iht ite 

mi^mimm* ct homr m «m 

a^j[^^_ mgi- T - . » - !_. . ,. . . 

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feM dkklMxid 10 aMl life 

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Wca.iikciloak«aM^- 
nwp Oi CEn 5>nrrr or a FrUay 
the IM movM. nl leD me wlw 
ywi we. Mom peofte who Imvc 
MM iteie movies wiB tell yva *M 
Aty ■« AIM mUk iwn^m b«- 
liiVtilaiNagaMlevil mrn tuch H 
R»#)r Of JiMB in hope* lo live 
aid Idl te ttle iB aimher sequel 
Skai AMktf exptttimi thai till- 
dcneatb •( all. ttv "tlstKr" filoM 
wneabisflerpiiiposc ThetefilnB. 
•cconivg 10 Skal. provide ihe op^ 
PMIMily lioraiMeKentiio uaJer 
"*"'""" iwiliideMbiaaaK- 



I can uperieoced wiiboM 
adMI Miiefftfeace 

Ooe more poim Skal male was 
regafding movies iha( weiE a leac- 
liaa 10 itie social cUime of a cer- 
laia era. For example, in the 50'i 
pcofile saw aO sons of alien movies 
<tm depKled our neighbors from 
al»»e ■! having hig. wide eyes and 
««|MByln|e swelling heads This. 
as Skal poimed out. was a leaction 
to the large "conmuracatKin shock" 
Il« evef>tine who was hvmg in 
Am hme received 

People were just getung TVs in 
ihett homes, and starting lo he bar- 
raged with images and information 
like never before Skal said that itr 



aliens were a reaction lo wh« te 
called people's "eye/bcain over- 
la«L~ 

Ai I watched htm ^leik nd 
heard him give his thoughts on the 
different horrors that the movie 
screen has seen. I began 10 tee the 
movies that I was scared lo wach 
asachildwereacroallyreactiomo 
the times in which we live. 

Now thai I am a big boy. I still 
love to walch horror movies just 
for the sheer enjoyment I wUI ad- 
mil that now that I have hraidSU's 
speech. I not only wonder at scary 
things that go bump In (he nigfal, 

but now more importandy I am left 
to wonder: why? 



StarGate : Two hours we will never get back!! 




I' As yoB' cwMft SMrCMr 

JmIom ' 11l««mfi ii iif 

«■ ywr ity m iiidii aiMi me. la 
Can. I woaMi' I b» Mipriaed if I see 
Mi M »hmn Sctmn nmrr 



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mM it m>m Omttum, m 



(■iidohwawihnt it wMk otter 




Baky^vcnM 



to KaiNillB,. how cai t |Mi««irt 
•tplaia vfeai aniMM lyaAolt 




For ttoi* af yoa whi* *»* 
wiU cafMa iM toL 

laOia^ 



iTTtett 

lialiAai 

i»(*ii— TltEytOrilt. Guest 

•>iai.ki*?'nc lyatel is die Eye 

tl mm, M te E|c of lU The 

areaht 




Taft aboM disappaiMii«. I 
had beta hjifMxl ap liir wcaki 
mw mi^ Ikii movie, i |ot aB 
PMtid up. <k<ove in rasli-haar 
MAc dowMown. wailed in line 
twai an hoar in dK cold rictober 
air. and dealt with Mancow's 
MoraiBg MaAooae. aU Just lo 
we Iks movie 

I thoaUni have holheted 
h dMa'i luve k> be Uke dm 
Sl«i<Mar had lo nadi potential. 

SkuGm, MCM't latesi ic- 
katchadtoaKticaipR-Riette 
paMicMy. rt MMUiag «ite a 
■oed Milcf caa do r« • diet I 
pw«« • qaick releate to ihe 
<ftai|iAMtBsaad video stores. 

So yoa get Ihe Idea «Ml I 
ihdn't like die movie. haii?Gaad 



■dKtaada 
•f MMim iMd by Jack 
O-Nci ( Kan Ramal) htad iaM dM 



JkaiGair Mars Kan Rwneil 
aa Col. lack O'Neil. James 
S^adtr at Dr Daael Ja^son. 
■Md lay* DavKkna a« Ra. Thai 

caai hat aka* ihodd he eMN«h 



loiany ifee aame. It's noi. 

Tlie baaic premise of the 
movie revolves around the 
iwsate. which anis out to be a 
IMMilMiaHidNr galaxy Seems 
dnt tfv Mcieai Btypliam wen 
getting a iinlc exaaMiiftnti help. 
Spader t character unlocks die 
portal, and ihe adventure begins 

My big problem with this 
movie IS this you have to practi- 
cally be a Egyplologisi lo under- 
stand (be allusions liberally 
sprinkled Uiroughoul I mean, 
come on' I don'l want lo have to 
do a rescareb paper to understand 
aauvic 

My tecood (ripe with diis cio 

rm a tic eapwience is die utter lack 
of aciiaa. Maybe I'm belaying 
die fact dial I'm a chihJ of the 
■90«. bw I warn 10 tee more sus- 
penic. mane iotiitae. more m- 
lion*! 

I musi give crr<ftt where credit 
is due. however, andcoraplimeni 
die wiiiers of SurGaie. I loved 
■he dry. lavcaslic humor ihrougb- 
oai Maybe it's|ust me. but any- 
one who can look ar the only 



penon dial didn't walk oal of a 
lecture and atk "Is diere a lunch I 

didn'i know about''' scores big 
points in my book 

One last word about the pre- 
view which 1 attended I was stock 
in a lliealer wiih a bunch of imma- 
ture egomaniacs whom had been 
given paues by Mancow '$ Morn- 
ing Madness All I can say is, grow 
up' Where is die logic in rushing 
the front of a theater for i-shirts? 
And a note 10 die McOorg Coun 
Tliealer*— on die right side of dc 
dieater. diineen rows fixMi die 
from, second seal in Fix die vm- 
reii? The next person who nps a 
pair of Jeans on it may not be H 
niceat I was... 




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Degrees 



Cftwrf nmr Omm Comrm... 

IMacovcr htjw you can earn yimr 
■^ drirrr wwh rvrninn or 
wttktml cla.'ur* suiter! in 

yvm mitkktu achtrdtilc.. 

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xA^iaviiii iiiimots 



Ghosts found in Drama Lab 



AM 



As Mac u Liirewa. atsoctaie 
r of speech, lold die au- 
The most attractive ele- 
lofaghcKisloryisilMesa 
amoom of eleme« lo 
invoke a mpoose Ju«t as it 
poMiNe » be scacd by same- 
thing you don't we. so a is pos- 
sible lo be haaaiedby dw briciest 
eik;ouna» wah die wdcnown." I 
kaew' das wa* gnaig 10 be a unique 
expenence Tht experience I am 
speakmg of was ihe sold oM 

IMar the Har««a M«w ghost 

story 

drama lA 



iby si|aiii|a wag 
I a during petMn who Mb 
I M» grata more nme m dM 
world Armstrong held the 
aaiSenees anenaon by get them 
involved in the singing of 
'banaicrrules Herttotietwcre 



! as well as humorous 
The nights second storyteller 
was John Muchmore. Charpet^an 
speech and communications. 
Machnme told two brief tales set 
ia a place "where ITOs abducted 
tithemienmdienwmmg " Yes. I 
am referring lo the South 
Machmore as he slipped into a 
taadwniaccen aid dialect, weaved 
tales about a ghost wanting aiodMr 
pair of underwear and a priest's 
dealing widi a haunnng 

Cimi ghoM gators were Oie 
premnc of Tight Days of The 
Gator" presented by Patty 
Kalanqutn. Speech Team Advisor 
TTiis slory dtali widi mysieiious 
> on a bayou As we find out 
er. die culprit is a guuit galcr 
The most energetic perfor- 
of die evening came from 
SheliaaodJohnQuiit BothShelia 
and lobn had performed oral imer- 
preiauan in college Tbeu story 
was "Mi Tilly* Seance" by tF 



Benson. This tale was a humorous 
look a how one man deals widi a 
fiaudulem psychic. In his experi- 
ences Mi Tilly lewm. "Dcatti is 
not deadi, it is die gateway to life " 

Jenny Armstmng took the stage 
once again for (he finale When 
Armstrong look the stage a second 
lime, her presentation was unset- 
ding and haunting She gave hfe to 
an Australian folk song ^mut a 
werewolf she had heard as a chikl. 
Nothing I can wnle will recreate 
tf* feeling ui that room as she loU 
die tale One factor th« was unique 
and refreshing about Armstrong's 
stones was Iha all die women were 
vKtonous in die end. 

tinder the Harveat Mooa was 
a hauntingly , well crafled presenta- 
tioi ptctmied by die Speech De 
I can't wail until next 



The Harbii^er 



I just don't care 
anymore... 

Apathy seems to be an 
recurring theme on this 
editorial page, and this week 
presents yet another glaring 
example of apathy within the 
student body. 

On Monday, October 31, 
Program Board presented a 
free showing of The Crow in 
Building J. The only price 
requested for admission was a 
contribution to the Palatine 
Food Pantry. 

Out of a student population 
of nearly 20,000, only 11 
people showed up for the 
screening. This is not an 
exageration — this number was 
verified by the Program Board. 

Involvement in student 
activites can only enhance the 
college experience. Activites 
which are fun and benefit the 
community take place with 
regular frequency on campus. 

The Harbinger urges the 
student body to get involved 
with the social life on campus. 
It doesn't take much effort to 
make a difference. 




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Opinion 

Brainwashed by advertising... 



EdkrMIM 



OK , bjr now we've ail Men 
tboManoyaitlet'i-By-io-kwk-at- 
nwch-like-MTV-is-poHiMe ads 
for llie Sega video game v/mam^ 
Y<w know, ihr onrt thai have jerky 
amtn movrniems and hxid. iiii- 
iMimyi—igm 1 1 f milaiim Urn ii 
aatf BMI-Hiail I bave been uying 
ID figure on whM rtie comiMny ii 
Mtenfi^ 10 lel I— video game* or 
Valium. I haven't come ap witti an 

I »aw one of tlioce iiKanity 
nddled «it IM liighL ll liHraily 
made nr nop and <Me my head 
The ad wat pmhtng Zero Tolei- 
ance. "Ike o^ Ooooi-like game 
lor Sega". Ink iMueaBy ii was con- 
doning, even advocMing, die heart 
wietKhing violeoce we tee in our 
wcieiy everyday 

I now want lo sell my Sega 
I amnol one of ihoM naytaycfi 
win believe« dial the advent of 
video games has earned the decay 
of onr KKiecy Thai it far too Mm- 
yiiinc an answer Nevertheless, die 
vUbo gamei (and die advenisiag 
■Mdmicil diem)aic an^^frdwHor 
loi^iety It's a (nelly icary nflec- 



RirliiOieafyouunfamiliarwidi 
die game Doom, it is a Tenninalor- 
lype coiifHiier game where the ob- 
ject is lo destroy anything thai gets 
in die player's way. A player can 
choose from a pledMra of weapons 
and can even choose lo he immor- 
tal H was a game meant to be played 
by matuiv players, and for the most 
pan. it is. 

Now. however, similar games 
are being manofactured tnd mar- 
fceted for the ht^me rntenainment 
iymems such as Nintendo and Sega 
This is making the game much mcwe 
accessible lo a younger crowd. Ergo, 
the advertising is geared lo a 
younger audwiKC 

Thr ad that got me so up in arms 
(no pun uilended) shows a player 
weaving through an apocalypuc 
nighnnare. blasting away at vari- 
ous boogie men. while semi-sub- 
liminal messages are flashed 
ihoughoul the coirunercial. 

The ad hypes (he game ai a cool 
way 10 "deal with reality" by Nasi 
ing away assoned anmyancet. and 
stresses The laM "stress" is a shnll 
voice harping -CLEAN VOIR 
ROOM'" The player promptly 
blows away a had guy and says lo 
(he remaining blood Main, "Misled 
atpM." 



Not only am I going to tell my 
Sega, but my kids are never getting 
one. 

I can see it now. Robert 
Shapiro's nent high profile case 
will be defending a kid who Mew 
away his mother because she told 
him tocteanhisroom Shapiro will 
use the highly controversial "But it 
was cool in die commercial" de- 
fense 

Scary thingis. die kid will prob- 
ably get off 

What cotporaie genius dKwgllt 
din was an appropriate ad? And 
how did (his ad make it on lo net- 
work TV"" ( 'imdom ads are "inap 
propoate" foinetworkTV. hut this 
ad isn't? Something is wrong with 
this picture 

For sale, cheap One Segasyi- 
lem, barely used. 

Think about it 
Eililor's Note: 

Ai of press time, the cnmmrr- 
cialfitr Zero Tnleram-e had hen 
altered flighily. Instead of shivM- 
mg al the pntmpi 'Clean Your 
Rtxim ' ". the audio mnv says 'Did 
\ounantfnrswithyour burger?', 
with the \isual shoeing the player 
kHling a had guy and staling. "You 
fnr^l lite ketchup " Is this versMm 
really an\ heller^ I think not. 



O J'3 Lf^ST CHANCE, 

wvj EX-WIFE. 
I + wo'S -H^e 
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expU'in -me 
ONE 

blood3 gloveiy 



iM. Can. Aasif Hussam, Clare Michelm. Olivia Lisac, Ian Ferpison. 

IC«lhy Belts, Pete Prtibft, Guetty Aiftwl, Paul DeRtibertis, Jessica Owens, Ahsa K.ir.ibalnikova. 

HoHy RushafciA Aadiea Hemki. losh Harbak, Oris Stipp, Bill Karr, Randi Ruchalskj 



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jMa eiBtpl <lmt*% hoMay* and final eiiaans. Tlie paper is distributrt fiw lo all students, faculty and 
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Mi Miminding oanoniraiy. 



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5.» Whai percent of smdniB 
I for thnr sophomore ye«? 

6.) Wka«ettei 

a yoar edOtgtl Do ym bave nqr 



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8.) WlMKoppoRuniDei oic thae 
for iieMVcb? Independent study ' 
Slady abroad'' 

9.) Are there iiuermhipi for 

101 WliM kinds of clubs »d 
■ciiviiies ire there? It there a Greek 
tyileni or other Mcial sororities/ 
IfHenriliet? 



II.) Do you have an hoDon 
program? 

12.) Howistbejobplaceineni? 
Will I {Rt assistance? How do stu- 
dents fare in their applicalioas to 
med/lnw school, etc ? 

13.) Do you have career plan- 

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Pw -.■^3ASM««tC»n!tr 

Transfer Week 
COLLEGE FAIR '94 



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Four — year 
college fair guide 
given for students 

The following guide 
lists the colleges par- 
ticipating in transfer 
week and their location 
on campus during the 
college fair. 

The fair gives stu- 
dents a chance to ask 
college representatives 
any questions they may 
have regarding transfer- 
ring to a specific school 
or university. 

Contact the Career 
Planning and Personal 
Development Center in 
A347 at ext. 6220 for 
further information. 



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14 



Transfer 
steps offered 
for outgoing 
students 



I.) See a counselor to begin 
developing an educatKMial career. 

2.) NaiTow your choice of four- 
year schools a.s soon a.s potsiMe 
Transfer information materials, 
wori shops cm transfening and vis- 
Its hy college represemalives may 
help >ou in this process. 

.^ I Obtain Che cataIog(s) from 
the school(!i) you are considering 
Mid become familiar with their gen- 
eral education and your major ana 
requirements. 

4 ) Approumalety one year 
before you transfer, contact the 
school of your choice lequestiiig 
an application for admission, fi- 
narKial aid and mfornulioo on 
housing Note any deadlines ibr 
mum of applicaUons. fees or irwt- 
scripts 

5.) Ifpossible. visit the schools 
thai interest you the most, talk with 
the admissions staff and/or advisor 
in the department of your planned 
majoi 

6 ) Submit all necessary appli- 
cations to the four-year colleges/ 
universities ofyourchoice Request 
that the Ha/perCollcge Registrar's 
OtTice. A2I.1. send traascripts to 
them 

7.) File a petihon for gradua- 
tion from Harper College m the 
Registrar's Office no later than 
midlerm of the semester you plan 
to graduate. 

g) Have final transcripts sent 
to the schools to which you are 
applying. 



Index to transfer special 

• Undecided Major 
^>age9 

• Transfer Week Sdied 
ule— seepages 

• Compact Transfer 
Agreement Info. 

P0^ o 



(This tansfer guide is 
made possible thanks to 
the help of Kristen 
Comoy, Career Special- 
ist) 




Transfer week schedule up and ready again 



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the IJaltMl Stam. 



ilofadpyoa 
I HM financial aid ronai 
I tow la m tktm out comctiy. 




VmttiMtd atoal ;«ar carwr palk? 
Take • fkait carter invcnion! lo 
la i ' Ml l f l i ftmr itroagtst rnnlfciaal 
, Learn about your cancr 
rlnriltamltHaMor 
(Ikal match 
( A lMa trtJ Nov. !•) 



L'adcddcd ^boM yoor career path? 
Takaaitort carter hivealory lo 
lm«i%Mt jfoar MrsafKt nxatfoaal 
ra about jour carter 
r trails and fet a M of 
•ccvpatioiu that match your tailcniat. 
(A1h> orreml No*. 9) 

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Gt( adfhc frma forBMr Harper 

I what to do 
ral the four -year 



Compact agreements ease transition for students 



The foMowiwc ichoaii have a com- 
t ■B T iiaiiat with Harper. 
IWjr acnpi the A.A. or A& i 



C tli p. Lal»r«rwi, I- 

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listed the perks of being the 

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Alternatives to hockey strike explored 

What a short, strange trip it's hecn. and one I wouldn't want to take again... 



lonFcfgufon 



'■'■ ■ • 'wilHJ«|iieitw 

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■ M eth;:j*Iw(Wi'(i(*<'ll 

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and gone ;>ml m^ or«e [link ta<. 
httn dropiwd "n ih«r N.i(n'n..I 
Hnrkey tj:ajiir\ rrjtil.ir iraxm 
We're vi^rejd^ '^.^m:: lo misv out on 
a full teiiMK). which » had eiKMif h, 
N« rhey havtn' i even decKlei! on i 
dm* K> tliwt plsiym; whitf witl he 
Icnorihcieawin Somrom; told me 
*.«! tn^rr ,' • '«.i|)'y ftipmg 

i*K)*ii «» : 11, jrnmcu.. I 

ihfWldrC.nJ .1 '-IK.!. 

Well. I icicd !h.u jnd ii iv» .■ 
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inind jeu. Ikm I kepi t«ttins d»j- 



<i*-ied Fir 
fret "fhr 
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net 

mm «>««• iiiikmwn ^psire fsirmj 
individual wIm> i\ '.tci-idenially' 
■Inciiininif Iheciew.ilicy dwwtdn'i 
Ity K> ocsMiDle Jti»i uikc oft the 
gtovei and ihro* :i fe» trft\, put 
Itiem <io*n Uii the couiW- 

Thw *«n» like a gtiod wfea 
until you think jhut ttie lack of 
letCTee* in de«:p »<»«:■», You can't 
coiim on tme of ihem tmnpinp m 
wlien your ptovi-rhi.il -. 
IMillnd ovei' yptii hcol 

Aflei liMi Imic t«.>ui ol »il«j 
imtfimiliein. I ined to ftiuvh the 
h«* The nc\t thing yon kno», 
Im veeifig link puck* tNHince 
wound hei ween ihe hne-i. I decided 
ihai aflrf thi* Nmt of ijiotis depii- 
viitton imluccd l»alluc»n«iu»n. I 
needed ii hreak from my hix* I 
wrni i:»t H:i Hauler' » gy iranawum. w 
plajr oofnttMtkisilKiU. irynu wnild 
like to jom mc. and olh*i>. call 
'<*n I '^ 1 If I itnd fmt Uk Imhiix thai 
tl't open \ iju'll rrcd .j (tholo ID 
and a copy of youi ciineni \ched- 



!i:Okt 1 W.|^ .11 thv ,. 

■I.i> h.iNkflh.ili II .i;;. ..; ^ vf 

■«ii m- pl.iv vou knii" »h.ii l 
;rr..tfi 

Our tram didn' l Jo m> «(• I Ici >n - 
Mdertui; that I med check itv Kill 
haidkn at they came up the coun 
After one or i»o foul calls, rny 
it'.imni.iie» .ivkcd mc to take a 
hiealher they did prctiy well with- 
out me. w I decided to call it a 
nijht lleftihe.£.vmai«>n<lPM.biit 
iliUn'i even get o«l of the paiking 
I.'i imtil 1 1 Ml hecauie I ihoiijihl 
: V .1- J Aimtvom and 1 hiid lo 
■tio lot 
After telling my jiilfm-nd aNxil 
all Ihn. vhe decided to ukc me to a 
Chicago Wolves game We'll have 
lo Willi and see how that turns ixii 
Mo* that I have hoird yoo with 
jurtimtlher hockey column, I'll start 
on sonielhing new. foothall Yes. 
foothall. Ihiii oh no Amrncan sport 
»i<h the British name The spun 
thai looks a lilikt like hockey and a 
I- I'coplelellmethai I 

.'tm.- fiHilhall lopel 
ovti ilic Mt.-kc, hut 11 isn't on 
enough I ntrd nijhth hockey 



ujmcs, highlights aiidc<>nmK'ntaj-> 
Bui I piomisod I vvotildn'lhaipon 
aKviii ihai m) Ici nic try lo get l>ack 
on !r.jclv 

l"he Naiioiiiil ltToib;ill Season 
IS halfway ovei and »c have some 
inieicslmg results Only four teams 
in the NK" have winning records 
and Ihe \R" Centred has a four way 
lie (in second with all the teams at 
4 ;ind 4 My favonte learn, the 
Philadelphia Eagles are 6 and 2. 
.iml in second place in the NFC 
f-.asi. behind Ihe Dallas ("owKivs 
'The longtime rivals play cich other 
ofK-e more this season, so the con- 
ference title IS up for grabs 

One of my roommates, who 
shall remain nameless, is a huge 
Cowhoys fan We're talking a 
blindly faithful Ian. someone who 
wi}uld paint a bine and while star 
i>n hischest and bare il at a Decem- 
ber game m Green Bay. Okay, 
mayhe 1' m going a little too far. but 
hecanbepiellyvtK.ilwhcniiLomes 
lo supposing his team I can only 
Iwpe Ihat the Eagles will » m so I 
won't have to suftci his rapier like 
comments at the ineptitude of my 
team. 



Th»' local \n, franchise, the 
Bciiis. have f.illen io4 .ind 4, ■.niai:k 
dab in the middle ot then division 
Ifyf>u;uealarn>t d.iieam, iiu heart 
goes out 10 v.H! Aliei w.ikhing 
Ihcm. give up two touchdowns to 
ihc Packers in the fust half of the 
lloixl Howl, I was disgusted. 
Kramer, the Bears on apain off 
again stanin;; ,|ii,,iicih,Kk, had a 
pitiful pcrtoiinaiice, praciitally 
handing Green Bay Ihe game When 
Ihecrowd si aitetlchaniini: for Steve 
Walsh, you knew his daw were 
iiumheied When a crowd Nt.iris 
calling for aquaiterhack of Walshs 
stature, you know you're m for a 
long game The Beiirs eventually 
did put some points on the boaid. 
but 1 think Ihat ihe sianing leam for 
Green Bay had been sitting in their 
hotel rtwms watching Ihe game at 
thai point 

The final word lot the week is 
basketball With baseball ending 
their season early and hockey noi 
even starting, the players and own- 
ers agreed to pl,iy then se.ison as 
usual insiead ot hickeiing about 
money Fot those of you who care, 
the season starts next week. 




Sports that make a difference! 




Volume XXVII • Number 7» November 18, 1994 



New This Issue- 
Shident Foruoii 

n 

-page 6 



Registration woes force cold, wet campout 



jKJff sporty 



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Raktl 4|iiMiioaedl *»'! two 
dqit • ]wir. Why cMi'i ttcy )IM hi 
I diM't know ~ 

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HieywoiildB'tletheriii- 

AMar makiag <i» tmmkie of 
pmrnmaifi caraptng out unpte- 
pM(L *is year RolMH CMK pre- 
pumtl lad a doiini ilwiiiV li^ 
tndinil Last year by die time I had 
■•aeiMd dte twilding. my Mmket 



MMinRoMH.dii>apm-iaii*- 



limughi 1 was crazy . but when 1 (tM 
herral 1 13)). I was the founh per- 
son in line" 

Sopiwmore Dennis Hafforsaid. 
"WliBii »« go» here I ilaned a list 
: it gave a written documen- 
I ofwho lud been m line, and 



il was enforced by ihe cnjwd. Then 
once Ihe people signed up. diey 
could sleep if ihey wanted to " 

According lo Kevin King. Pub 
lie Safely .Supervisor. "It was pub- 
licly posted Ihe buildings would 
not open uniil fta m. We did not 
have lo let them on the campus al 
all. but did so as a courtesy ..If we 
had Ici one person in. we would 
have had to let everyone in and ii 
wiwld have become a baby-sitting 
procedure of escorting each slu- 
dem Inone-by-one" 

King explained that "we are 
looking ai ihe siiualion lo see if we 
can avoid Ihe (Hiisidc line in ihe 
future I am hoping ne will have a 
solution by nexi lime " However. 
King believes ihe line isclearly not 
the rooi of the probkm here "The 
limiied number of seals is why Ihe 
students musi go through ihis n- 
diculous procedure The main slory 
is there are not enough of thoM 
classes." 

King also conunenied thai al- 
though he, personally, was not the 
one who made the decision in re- 
ganls to the pregnant woman. "In 
letrospect. she should have been 
letin . " 

It is up to die Nursing Ocpai- 
meni to decide if there should be an 
increaicinavailabihtyoftheclasses 
which are m such demand 



Food Services management 
changes hands, attitudes 

DeJonker forsees improvements in the near future 



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cafriena Tucoumer ihe problem. 
■he new food serv ice manager said 
he holies to branch out farther 
lh« ja«l Buildiiig J and aciuaily 

"■oini. lo adMr biiiidiiigt lo ar- 
captarediesiadents.'' 

Ddonler al«> stated he IS "try - 
iRg » bting in new products." arid 
■I open H> *ii||caii«i« oi any 
chMmn dial arc needed. 

•■ W'hiii aboui prices '> 

"Somt things are loo high, 
and Mtiiie are loo low." he stated 
XlMnges c uoie wdh (he martins " 

So far. there have boeii no 
comrteim by mers of die fKili-' 

liBfl'aCMMit dw tlMffl^ ill iHl hM^|l , 

•ccoidUiglD DetankeT. strnply be- 
CMH dlere has not been anything 
nmicenWy different The hours 
have BO* been cut. and the wr 
vKCf se at juiii as accessible as 
diey •«« hefoic. he laid 



Howard U. dean to visit campus 

Dr. Orlando Taylor to speak to students 



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Dr Orlando Taylor, vice presi- 
dent of academic ^airs al Howard 
Umversiiy. will be at Hvper Fri- 
day. Dec. 2. to discuss the aca- 
demic opportunities avail^iie for 
students at Howard Taylor will 
address students in the new Drama 
Lab in Building I. at 3 30 pm 
Harper faculty will also be on hand 
lo help students plan for liaatfer 
programs 

Howard University is lucaaed 
in Wa-shingion DC . and has re- 
cenil y built new residence halls and 
offers compleie services for all sio- 
denls Howard offers a comfdete 
baccalaureaie program and is well- 
bwwn for its medical and legal 

hiMe prognms "It really is an 
excdknt school." said .Stephanie 
Bunell. student developmenicoun- 
selor Buneli feels th« Howard 
provide! "a gieai oppammity" for 
students. 

Harper is currently negotiating 
w iih How aid lo draw up a compact 
agiBeinem A compact agreement 



would ease the liansfetTii« pro^ 
ens. 

Taylor' s visit lo Harper is some 
what of a coincidence Buneli am 
Karen Keres. w ho is an insluctor ii 
the English department, were visit 
ing Howard on a trip to lecniil new 
faculty for Harper 

"Over the next few yearN. ihen 
will be 20-.30 leaching position: 
open at Harper, and we were tryin( 
to I cofflaci future teachen) 10 brinj 
more diversity 10 our staff." Burrel 
said Howard University's sluden 
population 15 85% African- Amen 
can. "Howardhashisioncallybeci 
a black college." Buirell said 

There are some distinct hen 
efits for African- American student 
who wish 10 transfer to a piedomi 
nalely black university Burrell sax 
that Howard offers students thi 
chance to see African- Americai 
people in "positions of power du 
may not be available at a predon» 
naiely while schixil like Harper. 

Students interested in attend 
ing Taylor's presentation can cal 
Juanita Bassler at 92$-686l oi 
Stephanie Borrell al 925-6.393 



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Students forced to puddle jump 






Aqme who tm evw nade 
ir way lo Hmper on a Miniery 
am day Iwi eipenenced (be 
Imae-clilbng wiik froin the pat 
inglo(ti>llKcain|N»buildinc» Bui 
eacbycar bH wdSfnognw bnng 
a t|»cial dMUnge to His trek I 
vaamuidBdaf ttrisaslfoagh my 
way wcian onOctobcf 3 1 . a mon- 
MMn-MK evening with winds that 
gam Chicago its nicknanie 

I lowered Wn umbrella to the 
•Ma* the runs were dnvuie par- 
atdto^paaadmiat PetvM 
caBy, I wmtd pack froai behind 
By aabnUa IDHiiBe safe I wasn't 
tonM 



body t managed to keep moat of 
me relatively dry with itieae ma- 
iieiiven. but iheie was no way to 
avoid those abysmal ponds that 
foTOi in the ptevaknl low-lying 
Mctiaoi of sidewalk that wnound 
Hmpet 

Expenencc has taught mc to 
avoid parking in the north lot off 
Euclid on rainy days where there is 
aa especially large and unavoid- 
aUe udrwdk cievarae. Many times 
I have experienced the bends plung- 
ing into this pit that couM make 
short order of a Vottswagen. 

Many of the mne attilctic stu- 
dents have a llempied to leap this 
particular puddle with fonn that 
Baryshnikov would envy. Some 
by nMMiag acmis the water in a 



biblical fiehion. but their sandals 
still get wet Other stop at the shal- 
low end of this sidewalk lake in an 
effort to assess the depth, trying lo 
remember from science •-lass just 
how deep a fathom is When they 
begin to see articles of clothing 
float by in the muddy mess, they 
n^ize that others alteinpted tocrois 
but were lUBUcceufut. 

The final aitemative involves 
walking on the grass anmnd the 
puddle. But the geese have nuriced 
their territory and students proceed 
at their own risk Their tiptoeing 
style is probably familiar to any 
soMicr who has walked through a 
minefieldThe most recent addition 

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year yoa gimn m i y coaainMd tivcr 2(M) new books. 

WbHe ancb-tovad oM book* are wondcif id. every child 
dmarvcs a new gift mraM jnii (or them, tiac hooks may bt fix aay 
aft. either hard cover or paperback 

Rrmemhcf -shair » fvn* wilh a ch»W Bnnj; y.iwr new booto 

Studeiit Senate position still available 

There is I senate poaMoa sMI' aviilaMc. at tte Life Sacnce awl 
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You can look far and wide and 
never lind a moiv valuable 

hochekir's degree than the one you can earn right 

here a( Rooaeveh University. 

In hct, Rooaevek is among the oust affindatiie 

prtvaie ooaegBs in the nation — especially when 

you consider die wkle range of financial assistance. 

including adiolarahifis. avaflabie to nanaier students 

of all ages 



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Busineai and Soctai Science 

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Life SGicBce asid Hnmm Services 

Siudrm Develaf>meni 

Technology. MaiheniMia. and Physical SeilSMSi 

Wcnneis aid Hunan PttfomiKe 

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Roosevelt University 



The difference between 

wher* you aro and 

Where you want to ba 



Eacti year, huixlreds of cummunity coUege 
gmduam tnnsier to Roosevek. We'd be happy lo 
help |«i plan your mnsfer and give you a quick 
o^ahulion of )TJUr iranstcr credils. 

Roosrveb ofTcts acadenuc programs in business, 
liberal an.s. soaxes. music and education. Cla^.s 
icheduks are drsigned to (A your schedule, wtielber 
fou'ie attending school during the day, evening or 
wrekend With an average of H student per 
( ti.«. and our single-minded focus on teaching. 
vim It receive pteniy of personal anention from our 
l,iniln mniitXTs 

H.)« iniicli rtnikl you 14:1m irom a Roosevelt 
ctlutaiiijti'' V'bji our ArlintJion Height campus and 
find out 

A Hoosnch oonnselar will viail Harder Co0cge m 

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Student loan programs reformed yet again 

New system hopes to eliminate most student defaulters 



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SMIk M.li<Mie moniige, Hk ar« plan 
Iwrrawen a varieiy rf repay 
<V«iani deMfHcd M> Til Ihnr individaaJ 

TlMic opuom include 
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"It'» ettemiol for suukms 10 under- 
aind fully rtieconsequmcesoflhedecisions 
they nuke ahoul repayineM opiiom." says 
Marl CaniK-wi.eircuUve director of iheCoa- 
linoo for Siudrni L^n Reform i nder ihe 
govemmeras plan, a Ktudeni'^ intereM pay- 
meiMii could even double It's ixn in Ihe best 
imciejls of most siudenis 10 slrcich out re 
payments over a long period of time " 

The I'niied Siaie* Student Association 
ielra.s(d a statemeni opposing the conan- 
gem repayment plan, ssiying ihal "for iwo- 
iMids of the honowers, the payments are 
■oweied so substantially that they don' I even 
cowrtlieinoMhly imeiesi that is due. lesult- 
iqg m ■ giadHal incicaw. rather ihw a de 
ame. m Ihc mimim of ouisianding debt for 
MleaU'oneycw.* 

Still, federal officials are confident that 
they'll he decreasing the number of student 
hom>*erswhi>goiniodcfa«ilibecau.veofthe 
lEA'sfletibtlity 

"Students stop paying diev loans be 
cause iliey can't afford to." says Kunin. 
adding that rinsoicial counseling will be avail 
able through ihe plan "If we work with them 
to adjust their payment schedules, they 11 be 
jWe to keep paying the money back " 

The IE A plan is cunenily being phased 
into the KM schools panKipaimg m the 
Naoooal Direct Student Lxanpitignm. New 
year, more than l.dfnschoaltaeilMedlo 
begin the program. 

I'nder direct lendiqg. die fcdeial gov 
enuneni will make loam diicctty available 



to students ihroogfa schools 

Approximately $1 bitlionm direct loans, 
almost 5 percent of the total student loan 
■mount, will be made available by this year 
By I999. the government hopes that direct 
leading will make up «) percenl of the total 
volume 

Currently, the federal government pro- 
vides reinsurance for loans made by private 
lendeti that are guaranteed by state or non- 
profit agencies Money for the loans is raised 
by the l' S. Treasury Depanmem through 
the sale of government securities 

With the streamlined direci loan pro- 
gram, schools can offer siudcnis 'one-siop 
shopping " Now. schools can process a 
student's entire aid package, including Pell 
GcanLs and PLUS loans. 

And with an lElA. stndenls can con-soK- 
dalB the loans and male one monthly pay- 



Graduates with outstanding student 
loans can take advantage of the new piognuD 
■I well "We hope to have the process in 
pl«:e by the beginning of next year." says 
Kunin "More than 20 million sradents i«d 
graduates have loans out, so the sooner the 
system is set, the better " 

Kunin. who wa.s a thiee-term governor 
of Vermont, says that critics of the plan fail 
10 look ai the big picture " 

The government back up all of the siu- 
dem loans banks provide so we're ultimately 
responsible anyway." he says. "This system 
can only lead to greater accountability " 



All the news that fits, we try to print...The Harbinger 




ti sidrwall nm ihe library cMrace. aid n 
poMiit lai iflviwalile obmaclc 10 facnhy «d 
naff Bt)b r*t«. director of Physical Plant. 
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Reduce holiday stress with coping techniques 

Wtth the Imllday seaKia anircwMnc many of iw are loolciQg f^wward to 
holiday tradwioos, family gaiheiuigs. festive celehraiioos and Christmas break 
However, ihe holidays can also be associated wtth Chnstmas shoppmg. too much 
to cat and dnnk. family demands and finals If you * ani to learn how to make the 
IBOM of (!ii» joyous yet trying season, come 10 'Holidays Can Be l-un— lde» 10 
Reduce Negative Stress from the Holiday Season." December 1 horn 12 (10- 1 (K) 
|Uii in A24 1 Ehzaheth Trandel. M S , a family iherapia will help participants set 
wilistK espectatioos and deinonxtraie positive coping techniques 

World AIDS Day activities coming to school soon 

ITie World Heath Organiation (WIIOi is sptmsnnng World AIDS Day on 
December 1 The Uieme is "AIDS and ihc I amily " Our concept of family extends 
•0 a brtmd range of groups beyond ourselves and our community Protect vourself 
«d your family with knowledge— stop by the HIV/AIDS information uNe in 
Buiiiing A. Student Center from 1 1 a.m - I p m Addinonally. Nancy Ponczek 
MA win tie presenting the seminar "Preventing HIV Infection What is the Heart 
II* me Main'"" in Building A. Room 241. from I p m.^ p m li is :in interactive 
diiciittian tifcurreni HIV preventiiw issues using the fikJ "The tfcaiiof the Mauei" 
ai ■ point of departure Also included 15 a review of basic HIV/AIDS infonnMiaii. 
cuieni siatislics and strategies for pretention. 

Stop AIDS club looking for members 

W A.NTF D Women and men wbo care about themselves and their comrrainity 
Stop AIDS Harper Club is looking for member for I9*^-9,S Meet Tuesday. 

November 22 m A.VW. al 2 3<i p m for refreshments, social time, plus a program 

planning session Call '>25'f*4>) foi info. 



Check out the new Student Forum! Did 
you make the cut? 'Him to page 6. 




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Oregon leads in right-to- 
die decision for patients 

On Election Day, Oregon became the 
first state in the Union to legalize 
patient-ordered euthanasia. Although 
diere arc stringent regulauons aiiached 
to the legisbtiofi, we at The Harbinger 
feel that Oregon is leading the nation in 
the right direction regarding this 
sensitive issue. 

Dr. Jack Kervorkian placed a 
spotlight on the topic of euthanasia 
when he started assisting patients with 
suicides. Many wonder whether it is 
ethical for physicians to assist in 
suicides, and Michigan (the sti^ in 
which Dr. Kervorkian was working) 
ptssed a law thai made it illegal to 
assist in suicides 

Oregon has seemed to circumnavigate 
the ethical problems involved by 
severely limiting the physician's role. In 
order to follow the outline of the law. a 
ptttient must request a doctor's 
assistance three times (one of which is 
in writing). The law in Oregon also 
restricts the method of euthanasia to 

a drug overdose, and a physician 
can only write a prescription, not 
administer the drug. 

Modem medical technology can 
allow patients to die a graceful death, 
and one filled with peace and dignity. 
Unfortunately, our modem legislators 
will not allow patients such a dignified 
death. The Harbinger urges the rest of 
the nation to follow in Oregon's 
foot.steps. 



Baby boomer blues as Generation X 
heads back home to live with parents 






I ln«« twra laheied u » 'tjto- 
eraiioR Xer~. a giunse tm. ■ 
(wmi'yKMiKtIung. and j booioef- 
Mtbd 

LiMt «e to ciafmimt^ 

Ye». i nn tme of a growinf 
ptaKNiriKii) of t» ti«> >i«mahings 
who move tM 0* ihe pwrnal licuMe. 
find ihal Iht woft-a <J»y wocM 
mkI(%. and ihrn movr taK Komc 
Bill why muM I he liiheled » such ' 

Here's my «tc>rv. «id bui irae 
time upon a timt. I *a* sluck in a 
draj-end )»h, hjK'ing reached the 
highest poitilKW I could Ky the lime 
I wot 14 Mom vud. "Hey. being 
your pMcitial figme. Ml wiuHinf 
die hcial OM of life for you. w % 
dao*l y<M iwfvc hmnr ihkI go hack 

I flMMiid have known I was 
imlttng i huge miMahe w hen I »aid 
ye* But did I listen to Ihjt Iitlle 
■•act inside my heaf NtxxJixi I 
lei a label ijead-end job) make rrn 
decisinn fbi me ("*. meay 



1 have since revetted from a 
•elf -(ufTK-iem young adult to a "re- 
bellious. ungriilefuliTii/J who treats 
this h«>u<ie like a cheap moirl*" Vef 
another lalid 1 am forced to live 
with 

Jiicuse me. but I go lo school, 
edit a newspapet, work (one "teal" 
job and two babysitting j<*s). do 
homework. ai»d somehow mani^e 
10 get a few hours of sleep I wtwld 
lose 10 spend mote qualiiy lime al 
home 

Talk to Ihe big man about more 
howMij a day and I 'H <»e what I can 
do Besides. 1 pay rcni I'm dmng 
riactly what I'd he doing if I lived 
in my own apaftmenl sleeping. 
Oitwering. and living the remain- 
det of my life stimewhcie else 1 
don'l understand the problem 

1 realiw thai my siiuatuMi is nm 
unique OK, maybe I don'i reali/c 
thai, but It looks really bad to admit 
otherwise in pnni i am quite ego- 
cetiOK. you know Us somethmg 
I'm working on 

Kcg.irdless. there arc some sen 
Otis teadjusimcnt problems going 



on that are adversely aficctmg my 
telationship with my motha 

I left the house when 1 was IS. 
and lived on my ow n until I w as 2 1 
Those ate some senous growing 
up years, especially when one is 
out on her own 

It's akin 10 throwing a three- 
year-old in the deep end of Ihe pool 
and saying. 'Swim'" lis a do-or- 
die siniation I did a lot of dying 
those four yeari. 

Now I'mback home, and those 
four years of auionomy have been 
tossed out with the bath water. 
Sow us hack to the "as long m 
jou In e under my roof, you'll fol- 
low my rules" routine Huh ' 

So. now w hat are my options ' 
Quit school and go back lo wmk 
tng dead-end j<*s for ihe test ot my 
life so 1 can live under my own 
HHif What sense does thai make ' 
I cm barely make my tuition now 
If 1 never gel my college degree 
r II he a boomerang kid for the rcsi 
of my life. I'll never getaway from 
Ihe reslnciiixts of labels. 

Think about it 






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tttt *oln JaM ri I liftiiiii I 1^1 
MflMRaaftiwnnnrMdvMtn 
iw i cn wl j i t i m tmw*otKy mom 
h«v« voted fw. to ClnNon would 
turt Rcrivtd apptotitimtiy S3 
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CiMw dW AM wkn Ike Clime 
Hilt pmma curlier (his year, o 
•MMcy »m adooed lo iaU them lo 

AmCC* MttM Uto' CIRMWy 

OhMmt CHUM taid Mm tie 
•■Had m "mppat i Ace imit 
'■pMUMii tuilli Mexico to Umt m 
'» prntOtn mkiium pnmc^m far 
■rafkm..." rmmtm Cmmm did 
dial ■*«■ he «i«iied the !So«th 
Mmkm Free Trufc Apecmem 
HMD law in 1993. 

. smmo 

JokaiMir. 



Hw de facio g a mm m m of iMi 
ami democracy n traoied'' 

Almmi two munilm ago. Hairi 
•elcinned ihe rcluin of \nsnde. 
(heir nfhlfully elected leader, 
itanki in pan to KM|)iei laoclwns 
«d Ike. Me of anned Convs tiy 
Ftetidew CVmoo. 

I^'« not rorfiet ihal uncniploy- 
inent It at a tlaec-year low aoler b 




And cmkdait OiMai pnan- 
aied 10 help trcaie jobs— «lo»e lo 
Cnur iraJlion in four yem He's on 
pace 10 heae rhat early ncil ytm. av 
o»er 5 inilion job* h»\e he«i cte 
aled vntx Presides aouon came 
iMo office 

Don layaae jei ihe poinl yrf 
Thi raccnl conpwsiooal election 
•■NppiMd lorrnect dncodwid) 
CMalMandhMpolKwt So^ip* 
««ll> Ihe cDumry i% fed op with 
pwfienty and peace 

It » fed up with a pteudrnl who 
Miy goes to both win lo work out 

See MieOiiBe Bill and NAFTA 



fur good leferenoe pouut 

And now we have Newt 
Ctngnch as an ulna-pcwerf ul radi 
cal wfio n only inleresied m what 
he can do for hintself by asking 
A nwncanK to endoTK the Cooipro- 
misc im AmerKa. (Yes. I got it 
right) 

He asked that AmerKans le 
mra to die days of Reaganomics 
and they responded with an ovei- 
whelming yen 

Twelve years of Republican 
rule to tear our country into further 
camps of die haves and have-nots 
and Clinton is only given two years 
10 attempt to ftx things You have 
to love American lope 

Aim) if that weren't enough, the 
American people conMantiy com- 
ptuning ahooi too much govem- 
mem inienention. yet evetyooe 
whining aboutOinton having done 
nothing for them 

Americans seem to think that 
CiiiMon owed them a high-paying 
job He promised to create jobs 
He can't foi^e a company to 



pay exuberani prices for labor He 
did his pan but the country didnt 
want to din hers 

Ole ■ Johnny Kennedy would be 
saddened now 

I hope everyone realizes what 
they have done. 

And t really hope dial Ointon 
vetoes any Republican legislatunr 
Ihal comes his way. unless it's a 
true compromise. 

If ihat doesn't happen, dien 1 go 
lo Hollywood and see if I can get 
funding for my Christmas produc- 
tion of "How The Gingrich Stole 
Congress" 

Two years down we' 11 lee what 
has happened and Uien AmerKam 
can whine and complain more. 

They only have dKimelves to 
thank for the problems on the hill 
Seems that 1 nus.sed out on a 
country that cared tinny years ago 
when Kennedy said "Ask not wtm 
your country can do for you. Ask 
what yoo can do for your cooniry." 
Hey. wasn't that die idea be- 
hind the National Service Pbo? 



Older students not treated as fair as others 



OelyMk 

QamtCtWim 



RMimneiil fcr iHiy Maian it 
often synonyWMs vkk piailKi a 
iwdrn you ae«ai lid kat fitr. 
flv^ MM aoir ar HUat ikai 
ln«f i<»i)lMiilMdn>in iriltofe 
Jie latent ««■■ of ping back to 
school al«5dK)|-|ir prakMy fesid 
to iii^ imi ika nxcl or making 
siftfliwart c«nanly not wiMag 
fordirntcdia 

Why wtMld MtoMMc yoar tfr 
ka Hia« kack to cofcfi. Md ID 




eoroOed at HaipH. 

Not wemg aiMiy letitttiii lopi" 
laa aqr Maad aflMiiDaaKly de- 



> 

aqrcanouiy lead me loclMct-ow 
with (he Registrar's 

^ I dlllCOVWRd MMW tkiUHV 

'Thcie K only iM MNiaK 
registered itiirliwi nurniiail ^iiil 
M and over and just 74 pan-liine 
tludrnts in that age bracket For 
a|»»«Ulaft4. the figures wen'iany 
■•■• iqNiaillii . showing only 6 
Mtf TOpin-lime students 
figures explain 
wkyTnv ata M lew Mwin la Ike 
hallway*. 

nme fipan change (kimaii- 
caily to f*K\ students 65 and over 
CaatiOHBg Edacalion oc 
wi*239^fiO 
•n «« Mkiag itoidar 'nol-fcr-credii 
coarse* But all in all. die ratio al 
eMtrly students toother ag t |roa | » 
aneadiiig claues t« off-kalaiKe 



wkMy«Mc«Briifcf Hmpatnotkii 
)|l|inninMlely 22.00 students this 
Fidl 

While It ts quite nonrad to see 
Ike higher percentages for young 
people anendmg college. I wasn't 
prepared for die scant number of 
students in my age caftgory 

Pondering diese gloomy fig- 
uies makes one realize Uie cnor 
moM amount of time and brain 
power waaiduidiiscoumry When 
many of my fellow teniors should 
be gelling their second wind. 
they've decided lo dvow in die 
towel 

Why not share with die next 
geneiatians some of die wisdom 
and knowledge that comes widj 
age andeiperience'' It's a two-way 
street— somedays 1 learn more 
about life from obtervatg Md lis- 
lening to younger iMple tkw I do 



from my icstbooks. Though we 
don't agree on all topics, shanng 
our dwught helps to bridge the gap 
between us 

When die generations cease to 
listen to one smother, not only our 
bodies shnvel up but so does our 
outlook on life. Being in contact 
with yoodl allows me lo practice 
my listenmg skills, as well as giv- 
mg me deeper understanding ofttx 
world in which my children and 
gnotk-hildren live 

Some of diis quest for growth 
comes naturally. I most confess. 
It's in my genes My modwr at- 
tended night school at age 80 to 
earn acoveied high school diploma 
My 75-year-old brodier continues 
to live by his motto. "It's better to 
wear out dun to rust out " 

Lest you dunk ii is all fun and 
i. diere are many days when I 



on campus 

seriously debate whediei if s worth 
all die effort. Why not roll over and 
retire from life' It's a daily deci- 
sion. When I pull myself out of my 
comfort zone and make that nek 
across campus, I know once again 
I've made (he nghl choice As the 
adrenaline begins to kick in. I feel 
alive 

Too late, you say? For a career 
perhaps, but it's pure joy stimng up 
creative juices I didn't realize were 
diere. and what fun to show my 
grandchildren dial education is a 
gift at any age 

What do I hope to gain studying 
Jotunalism at my age' Monetarily, 
perhaps nothing, but someone once 
said "a writer writes because he has 
to " I wnie because ii feels right (no 
pun intended). As far as I know, 
diere's no big newsroom in die sky. 
but just incase. I'll be ready. 



Let he who is without a faith be cast into a lake of fire 



COfclWlBt 



RacMMly I've foand oiyseif 
kcaig c iiwUBltj t approached by 
vartoat laigioa* groups who find 
u necessary lo convert me frnn my 
faithtodieus IsdMteasignhwg 
BigfrommyheadlkMiciAfneae 
help me I'm a poor draperaiely 
lo«i Mwl who is lookmg to be 
nved"'^ I don't think so' 

I am not trying lo offend any 
rehgious groufi nor am I trying to 
target any specific religion, diat is 
why I will not meotiiw any specific 
RkgKwgRMp. My apsMigietBDw 
a idt^onaad 

Why Is it 
auiomatKally iiiinaa tm if ytm 
arc Mil die same laikdKyaKlheic 
Htmmtmtwimtwmyimmtf 
liaplyiagdiaiyoa 
iMratiaHelifaraO 



I if ya«atenot"oneof ihem " 
Wkai g*»es diese people ihe nght 
W ■>■•• judgment im nght and 
wrong, or on who will go lo Heaven 
and who win go M Hdl? I would 
Be*«r he ,w amgMH m place my- 
self on a pedestal ami pas* judg- 
ment twdiow around me nileave 
that job to God 

I was asked to quesiicn my faidt 
by these people When I asked them 
to quesiKm their tmn. they were 
offended and their colleagues 
jomed in as >f I had launched an 
attack on dieir emtic leligiaus be 
mg My point wai very simple 1 
am jttsi as secure in my beliefs m 
thry art in dieits InmyeyesriMe 
ItaoiiflK or wrong religion Iwm 
jati a« ofTcnded by their remaitt a* 
diey arc by mine 

MyparemsraticdnKloiBspea 
cmain dungs m life, one of iteie 
dttags was odier people. I was 



taught that ihe world is mak up of 
all differera kinds of people and 1 
am to respect all races, religions 
andculiares even if I disapce widi 
iketii 

So fir I have manaeed to con- 
trol myself and ntJt compromise 
my miegnty but thr<« people do 
not understand when someone tells 
them thai ihcj are not interested 
They commue lo harass a person 
until diey have reshed dieir limit 
and are forced to be nide You 
should learn respect' I am sure 
somewhere in their religious lext. 
there must be a passage or two on 
ieiipec.L 

^ople ate being killed all over 
Ike world in die name of Cod 
Fteoiile taking die lives of innoceni 
women and children, wiping out 
entire generations in one almighty 
Mow. 

r»e tieca pioaies of pregnant 



women with dieir stomachs cut off; 
men who are taken out m the street 
and sinped naked in from of dieir 
children and dien had their penises 
tmt off. children burned alive, and 
.voung women raped repeatedly in 
front of their families 

Polmcal tactics are used to in- 
timidate people into changing 
faittB. forcing diem to denounce 
rtieir beliefs Why'' Religious dif 
fetenccs! 

All because some people can 
not respect others for being differ 
em I do not know of any God diat 
tells men to become harbanans and 
do this son of dung 

In a civilized, democratic soci- 
ety like ours, you would thmk ihal 
we wouMwatch and learn from iIk 
lesl of die world 

You would dunk dial we would 
be grateful for what we have, secu 
rily. peace, comf on. die right to 



believe in any religion and practice 
it openly, without fear We even 
have die nght not lo believe in any 
particular God. which is a right diat 
is often overlooked. We can not 
practice our nght lo religious free- 
dom while denying others die sanr 
right not to believe To dens them 
the right to not belicic i> |» deny 
yourself the right to believe 

So, what iv ihe point of all this'' 
To let people know that we should 
learn to respect each odier We do 
not have to agree w iUi each odier, 
just leam to respect ourdiffeicnces. 
The world wouW be a much hap- 
pier place I respect od«^ people's 
nght to believe in anything Uiey 
want, and 1 wish they would give 
me and odiers like myself die sanv 
respect 

Just look atound you. be giaie- 
ful for what you have, and for God's 
sake, leave odier people alone. 



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I haw laad iiwo her icrene 
Iby herihnib- 



wiib knowledge ) have ex- 

~ nqr coMCMMt MmmiM 
'wMck MiS hat yc( M imp kar 

I have Mvcd imo her Udden 



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I fee of hcf a meri M i 



laqrqacttiantioeler- 



Her 



I her tilken tktn. 
which can look lo smooth from 

flay 
yd can efupi and convulie widi 

aalaihonKd force. 

Depths I have reached helow 
her swelling seas 

where new worids cao be found 
•ilhin her womb 

Exoticlife like none befofeicen. 
lie protected there 

New. yet anaeM. they last un- 
chaHeaged. unchained. 

Her shifting sands, forming 
moiatirtnn over vaiieys 

•Mch can glisten like an eter- 
nal, firoaeti sea 

No pan of her can t claim for my 



dkbteast. 

been nourished and strength- 
ened by her rich milk 

and been cradled (o her protec- 
tive chest. 

But there was a time when I 
was not so fortunate. 

for I had lain dying in nnh 



Her vaOeyi I hai 
■allowed. 



yci she gives tne moR orasiire 
ikaa I can hold. 

In my mind are locked dune 
icticis I have pried 

from her toal and her spiriL 
which were hidden so wdl. 
be- I have wandered acroii her fer- 



Beauty of Life 



saying there was nothing left lo 
interest me 

All was Mack, laying luster or 
spiendor, 

when it was mly I- who was 
Minded by ignorance. 

For even in her slumber did her 
beauty shine bright 

a soft radiance befdl her under 
moonhghi's gaze. 

whose pure while glow loacbed 
lighdy on her brt>w, 

her sequin robe wouU spartJe 
in the night 

and silently her fareatti woald 
flow across her lands. 

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A h«sh pair of Levi's 
Hie accolades of i 
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Aril)!. «c lM«c « MfHtHOd Md 
pveAMMMi sirarily HHrllM Kept 
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I'm no< brmf mcaittc hoc! I 
WM lu(bly impressed with Ihc 
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ihey nafly dut huitr 
Sony. I wat digicasaiV- 
Anyway. I was cunous lo >ae 

kow flM tteamc acowuc* walked 
wMi a rock biad. They laclatf lilt 
• lecnmdiii. 

Never fear, ihipmaie*! The 

•cowlks n>ri»d for boik dadi and 



I know. I kBO«\ Rob Rules 
what? I never foood OM. 

Okay. I realize I am dJigietitm 
aiain I'll «iop now 

The ibow staMed with Rob 
Rule Hence, (be "openng bind^ 
lag From dw very fau mm of 
hean-ihuaniat baaa. i'kw I «•• 



n for a ocai. How dors one de- 
Kiibe the lunes RR played'' 

Oh. let's not i hale labels. Let't 
JMt ny they januned. 

RR played for approximately 
45 iniiiutcs. and then wa.w'i a bad 
atmg in the bunch A lot of song!> 
lAoM girls who diued thein. but 
not a Iwd song m the bunch. 

Anyway. RR left the .stage to 
the diunderous applwise of the ap- 
proximately 20) audience mem- 
ben (which, by the way, was not 
even a wld out show) Thiii is one 
CD I'll be eagerly antiapaiing 

Now . for the main course of ihe 



Hnt. lei me say that the fasieiii 
way 10 iciiR brownie poimis widi 



me is 10 wear a shin » iih Samantha 
from Brttiichtd on it. I liked thcM; 
guys lighl away. 

Secondly, start your set ofTwith 
the best song (in thi> reviewer's 
opinioni of your repertoire In 
dada's case, ihai would be "Dim" 
off of Puzzlf Way to get the crowd 
into It. guyt 

t haven't been able lo pick up 
dada's latest CD. Amrhcan High- 
way Flnwer. as of yei The pre v iew 
1 got at the concert was mind-blow- 
ing Okay, maybe mind-blowing is 
a little strong, but it was awewime 
'Scum" was particularly poignani 
Who can' I relate 10 the lyrKS. "1" m 
just waiting for someone else to 
deal with all the scum..."? 



The besl ibing about (his coo- 
cett (Asides the price of tickets) 
was (be venue. As I mentioned 
somewhere before, the acoustics 
were spectacular Plus, there was 
not a bad seal in the bouse. I was in 
the secood-io-last row, and as the 
commercial says. I was close 
enough lo see 'em sweat. All I can 
say is. wow. I'm speechless (that's 
a switch!) What a show 

At {10 per ticket, and with (be 
staging of this show in the besl 
venue on campus, dada was defi- 
nitely the eniertainmenl value of 
the semester For those of you who 
missed the show. I have one piece 
of sympathy for you: Too Bad. So 
Sad. 



LAGQ: Guitar Geniuses in the Classical sense 



CowEdMr 



0* Swiday. Oct. 30. al 3:00 
piB.. dM Lo* Angeln Giriw Quor- 

IM BnMMily pnf orawd a tuiti of 



wMi IB BBii own eftfjMl conyoai* 
daw to Mm iwaiic of BaOdtaig J 

The LAOQ was one of riw 
Harper College Cultui^ Arts Se- 



MM Deannw was lelecied lo 
perform in the historic Andres 
Scgmia Ma*ler Clasies in 1981 
and is also LACQ's seven-smog 
viituoso Scon Terniant won the 
lirH prue m the \<fS» Tokio bner- 
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Pans Bill Kaneogiicr won the 
Aitists Guild New York 
Competition and (he TocoMo in- 
lemalioiial Guitar Competition 
Andrew York, who was (he last 
member m join ihe quartet, is a 
respected composer whose works 
ate recorded and performed by clas- 
sical guiunsis John Wilhams and 
Cfansiopher Parkening 

These four stunningly precise 
guilansis picked (heir way ihrougb 



a brilltanl repertoire, including 
works such as Gioacchino Rossini 's 
Oveirure from (he Baiter of Seville, 
and (he dance suite from 
Terpsichore, as well as (heir own 
amngemendi (o other ma.s(erpieces 
LAGQ also performed an original 
written by York titled "(Juiccan". 
and the title was just as much a 
mystery (o die audience as i( was (o 
(he three olher gui(aris(s. One of 
(hem joked with the audience jnst 



before playing "Quiccan", saying 
"die title signifies something spe- 
cial, but Andrew won't (ell us what 
((means." 

Af(er s(unning audiences 
(hroughou( Nor(h America, Europe 
and (he Far East, (he LAGQ hon- 
ored Harper College wi(h (heir tal- 
eiH. Myenpectations from the quar- 
(e( were mote (ban fulfilled. 1 give 
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people from nmning throagb 
Building A 

The song w » none other dnn 
Lad Zeppcltai's "Kashmir" Thl« 
wa» always one of my favorite 
Zeppelm songs, but now it's my 
favonte Whiskey Tango song. 
Yes. It does sound just as good 
wilfaottl the thunderous drums 

Whiskey Tango was the last 
insullmeM in Program Board's 
Coffee House Series and. in my 
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People all over die country sal 
around their radios shaking with fear 
wlien War of n* tVorfi/j was broad- 
casi over sixty years ago A couple 
of weeksago. Americans againcow- 
eied in fear around iheir TV sets 
when CBS broadcasted Without 
Warning. But why'' 

For d»se who misced this coo- 
iroversial movie, they missed a fic- 
DonalnewsciiRl about asteroids crash- 
ing into the Earth The keywond here 
is FICTIONAL The sad fact is a lot 
of people didn't understand the movie 
they were watching was fake and I 
don't understand why 

I do admit the movie does look 
like a real broadcast (the film makers 
even did use some real leponers). but 
with the use of some common sense 
anyone couM realize the events were 
not really happening. What do I 



mean by cotnmoo sense'' Well, if 
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end of the worW on CBS. I defi 
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see what they woukl say. I'm 
preny sure the end of the world is 
worth pre-empting SeoQuesi or 
LoU A Clark. I also diink that CBS 
is not going to show commercials 
during the Apocalypse. Speaking 
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is watching a piece of fiction. One 
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said they were from CBS. Anyone 
who watched the Gulf War shouU 
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League- Read die ibovt. lapte^int 



Yoa gsw Horace CnM a ica- 
M» lo leave, and when he did you 
aaiikl aa veil have opened the exit 
door and paid fo; his plane iickei «> 
Ortaado. Whydon'tyoajuMdodie 
saoM widi B J . AnnMRNig? I mean. 
bey. aa haig ai you are tiyii« to 
clean oa« dtt locker rootn of tU 
diote CbicatD Stadium leftovers 
(dial's dH aaiy aaptanatiina I can 
Had far das Mtf-^aaaaciion). yna 
nriibl aa aiail caaplBie dM job. 

Aa aooa aa yoa^ aw done aM 
yv)tvaelf"dtoaaciiN 
pleaae, pat w o i li ei 
for Chicago to be proud of It 
doesn't happen oAea. to when it 
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• To die National Football 
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ollMf maior tponing "event" in die 
comiry weim lo be eidier oon- 
csisMH or boriog enoogb dial it 
well be. NFL ftanchiset 



• To my fonner readers (and I 
know some of you are sti II wound ) 
Hi 

Earlier diis week. I celebrated 
my one year anraversaiy with die 
Effingham Daily News (230 miles 
downstale) and to celebrate. I took 
avacadoa. 

It was daring a visit widi my 
fonner co-conspiraiors at die Har 
binger that it was urn . sug- 
gested (actually. Kan and other!; 
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My current employment 
(tuaii^l news writing) is a pretty 
big chBige from my years on die 
Harbinger, but it's good to bring 
back die aaawaiea. 

Fear not. dtoagh-lptaB to move 
back to die 'buibs in the coming 
months and stial working on one of 
die wonderful professional puhli 
caUoos in the Harper area How. 
ever, it wooU he mce to hear from 
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The Harbinger,., 
Harper's Sports source 



Football season ends 
with plenty of drama 



Joah HortMCk 



Claviic drama filled die sta- 
dium for die last game of the Harper 
Football season. 

It worked almost like a scripted 
story, the Grand Rapid Raiders 
comes in off huge victory over 
third ranked team m the nation, 
goes ahead of the Hawks, Hawks 
come back under leadershipof sec- 
ond string Qb. first string QB 
comes back in to win die game 1 4- 
1.V 

The Hawk defense played an 
inciedible game, only giving up 
two big plays to account for die 
two Raider scores. The first a 32 
yard pass play to give die Raiders 
a 7-0 lead, and die second a 5() 
yard run midway through die sec- 
ond quarter to put the Raiders up 
13-0. 

On their nexl possession. 
Harper coach John Bliasik decided 
to mix things up and replace QB 
Dan Lanno widi back up Kevin 
Nawarcaj. 

On dieir last po.s.session before 
die half Nawarcaj led the Hawk.s 
on a 78 yard drive, keeping il alive 
with some heads-up play. Ondutd 



an 1 4 from the Raider 30. Nawaicai 
set up in die shotgun formation, 
and bad to chase down a bad snap 
that rolled 10 yards behind hint. 
After picking up the loose ball, he 
stepped up and found Jim Ferrel 
for a 21 yard gain and first and 
goal at die nine. Two plays later, 
he hit Leon Moody in the end zone 
widi 29 seconds left in die half. 
The H3wk.s missed the extra point 
and trailed by eight at the half 

During die second half, the de- 
fiense clamped down and didn't 
allow the Raiders anything. 
Nawarcaj drove die Hawks again, 
and the man wbo'sdooe it all year, 
Man Uanes, did it again scoring 
faom one yard out to make die 
score 14-12. The Hawks went for 
two. but Nawarcaj 's face mask 
broke, so Lanno came back in and 
scored the two point conversion lo 
give die Hawks the lead 14-13 

The Raiders almost came back 
aidieendofrtiegame. Widi under 
a minute left, die Raiders com- 
pleted a bomb into a crowd on 
fourdi and 28 to set up a 21 yard 
field goal to win die game. The 
RaideDi blew die map, and die 
Hawk.s hekj on for die one pcwa 
upset. 



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Holiday Wishes 

-page 9- 



'The Bather 'causes a splash in the quad 



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on "The 

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r ap for diKut- 

lion m the neil tawK meeting. 

"I Witt mk them lodiJtusfc |"The 
Bather"] . but I wili not aUi them lo 
lalte a ponitioii — (tm wndd be ■ 
conflKi iii imereM." Efflii uid. 

"At Siudeix Sen«c ptesidrni. 
I onool act aioor on behalf i^ (he 



•enMe. I need the suppon of the 
body . Taking action on my own. on 
behalf of the wnaie. is impoting 
my opinion and I don't wanl lodo 
that" 

AlihcHigh •Tlie Bather" was 
donated to (he coltege, Huper did 
incur costs in regards to its imtaili- 
tun 

The cemem baie which die 
fculptuiv sits on had lo pouied and 
workers had lo be paid (o insuUI the 
Ugiue Vera Manke. Vice Prt'si 
dent of Admimiilralive Servicev, 
uid that the total costs to the col 
lege were $9,665 If the K:ulp(uie 
were removnl. Ihe college would 
lote (he S9.6<>.'i and incur addi- 
tional costs for removal. 

Ellis commented. "They [the 
college) shouldn't have used 
taxpayer' t money in die Tu'sl pi ace 
The budget was approved a year 
ago What service are diey cnliint 
to fund dns''' 

Manke said duH die fundi cami 
out of the institutional maiMenanDe 
fund 

Woman Suengdi. who necall- 
ing the protest "Dresi "nie 
Bather." have no official suppon 
from faculty or staff A protest rally 
is soil in the plannitig stages 



LRC construction to be completed by fall term of 1995 



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The new LRC is wheduled to 
open m Fall 1995 A new i 
will opened in the center of die fira 
ftoor. with access from the Build- 
llltFcawiyard. facing Building D 
will be able lo cnier the 
Ifloor of the UIC from Build- 



ing L. 

"It's going to be impressive a 
a much needed improvement 1 
dunk when (Building) Fis finished. 
It's going to he beautiful." said Dr. 
Paul Thompson. Haiper College 
ptestdem. 




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Harper faculty named to Who's Who Among America's Teachers 

Twelve Hitpa facully meinfcef* have been hoimtd by being recogniMd in the 1994 edition of Who's 
Whti Ammf Amema ' i Teachen The onJy wiy an iiKlnicIOf can be included in the puWicaUOB is to be 
iwmnaled by one or moee former snidenis The only students thai can nominate instnictots must be included 
ta Who* WTto Among Amencan High School Student* or The National Deans List 

lite Ilaiper facully members who have been recogniiol foe teaching excellence by theii students 
mchide Huttory and Polmcal Science Professor Sharon Alter. Assistant Professor of Psychology John 
a«te. Chemisirv Instructor Detpa Godambe. Honors Ptopma Coordinator and English Professor 
Buabeih Hull. French imonictar and Program Cooninaior Vera Jareckyj. Assistant Professor of Unguis- 
lics and ESI. Peguv Kaikar. Pmfciior of English and Advisor Larry Kent. Professor of Speech and Theaw 
John Mdchmoie. ProieiHf of AnHtropology Helmut Puhl, Professor of Geology and Astronomy Pial 
SipKn. Associale Prnkma of ManarmeM Michael Vii«k, and Aisislani Professor of Chemistty Oaiie 
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likely lo marry. 

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~ Fit rirsi live-m pomcr- 
tlapiidnat iDvotve main^>e. while 
only 15 percent ,jf men and 6 per 
cent of women ui Uieii 5(h \md 
diey hved lofcther wiih a wi pai- 
ner. 

By connaji. mote than half of 
wonien in dinr .5ll» went mamed 
liy' die iMie diey were 20 yean old, 
coni|iaMdii>onlyone finhofdiose 
m dieir 2t)s. 

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M peicem of women in dieir S0» 
claimed dieir rini lexual encoun- 
let was wtale diey were matried. 
only a third of dKxc in Uwi 20$ 
Hid die same 

They go dirough a much 
longer period hefote deciding about 
Mich i»»ues as career and final resi- 
dence." Laumann recently told the 
Chicttfto Tntnmt 

The survey also showed that 
the divorce rale among young 
Amencam for maiTiages lasting 
less dun 10 years was almost two 
limes hijiher than die divoece me 
of ttiev parents and grandpaiciNs. 
Vet, according to die study. 
AmetKans mt moslly monoga- 
mous, » nnne than seven out of 1 
people siud they disapprove j»f ex 
liananiul .ifTairs 

Single young AmencMs sur- 
veyed said ihey feel the same, indi- 
caling (hat ihry have one ms pan- 
nei at a time and plan no being 
maned by die ajse of .¥) And coo- 
irary lo popular ofiinicin, single 
people are havmg less ses than 
Bsrried imfividuals Thmy-sw per- 



cent of numed men and 32 pemem 
Oi maiied women repotled diey 
haw lex two or three times a weA. 
while 1 9 percent of single men aid 
15 peium of single women said 
diey have sex Uial often, 

Libby sad dia the plain va- 
nilla nature of most Araeiicai't 
sex lives are a result of today's 
changmg society. 

"Becaose of work, which con- 
tinues to take up more and more 
time, we really don*t have enough 
bme for sex.'he said "Peoplecooie 
home, walch television and go to 
sleep They don't have lime to have 
fun widi one partner, much less 
dvee or four." 

The survey indicated that over 
a hfelime, a typical man has six 
sexual partners, while a womai 
has two Three percent of men aid 
women have had no sexual part- 
ners. 20 percent of the men and 3 1 
percera of die women have had 
one. 2 1 percent of the men and 36 
percent of the women have had 2- 
4 partners, 23 percent of the men 
and 21) percent of the women have 
had 5- 10. 1 6 percent ofihe men and 
6 percent of ihc women have had 
1 1 -20; and 17 percent of the men 
and 3 percent of the women have 
had 21 or more sexual pottnen. 



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Is there really a 

Eilace for prayer in 
he public schools? 

As a resolt of the recml elections, the 
Repubiican Party now holds a majority in both 
the House and the Senate, which will 
necessitaie ito dunging of leadership rotes in 
both houses. 

Speaker of the House appointee Newt 
Gingrich has staled that he wants the Congress 
to vote by next July on a constitutional 
amendment that wtnild allow public schools in 
the United Stales of America to begin each day 
with an invocation or nuimcnt of silence. 

Just the proposition of such an amendmenl 
hat earned an upmar. and not just among 
atheiitis Inlerfaith Impact, a coalition of 35 
rehgious organizations, recently held a news 
conference lo announce it.s opp»>sJtion to such 
an amendment. 

Hie Ctwslituiion of the United States of 
America i% a 2 l8-year-v>ld document that has 
only been amended 27 times. Iranicatly. the 
first aamidllienl prov idc>i for freedom of 
rrlltion and the scpar:tiiun uf church and state. 

V\c .It Thf fhirhirti^ir ate vehemently 
opposed (o any consiitutionat amendment 
advocating school prayer. By changing the 
fundamental siructuie of the Constitutiw. we 
arc risking every right and freedom we hoM 
dear Advtxating prayer in school is 
dangerously close to "respecting an 
establishment of religion", and a clear violation 
of separation of church and state. If the First 
Amendment is compromised, the remainder of 
the Bill of Rights are in jeopardy as well. 

Once again, the GOP is using Congress in an 
attempt to tegislaie morality. The Ia.st time we 
checked, the Conpcsc is suppose to pass laws, 
not judgments. 




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Why can't we all just get along? 

A tirade on respect and the human condition in the U.S.A. 



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L«d> . r««fy time I nm m die 

nrwf. l|M%IIBrid. Nctwodi nrm 

mma w niiwiirtiiin mr dui mji 

mam ni|[|iinn»r hat come mie. 

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ccnintn i* |Oing lo hell in 

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mufe aip M* loiag to ^■■^ 

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liiiiM'l even lie|in MMil lmm$ty. 



nd the GOP machine it ilfeady 
iniimg in hijh |ea 

Do you know where ynif dul- 
dntnue? 

One tece* news dty . the news- 
p^<en icild the nation how Senator 
Irtw HeliKi praclKally threatened 
■he Pwudcni with Kxhiy hann. 
Reprexntaiive Newi Gingnch 
wanu to change the very ttimc of 
dw coatotution. and dK dales can 
eipMt even lcw> money in the com- 
ing yeai«. 

Mommminy' 

Fmt of ail. I don't think dM it 
i» out of place to atk why Senator 
Hdnt« isn"t being charged with a 
crime The man actually said, and 
t quote. "He IPrrsidcnt ChntonI 
better have a body guatd ifhe comes 
10 North Carolifia " Had anyonr 
due «a>d Ihiv. charges would have 
Iwen filed w f a>i that heads woukl 
hwc i(Mn. Not to mention (he fact 
dun it's damn disiespeviful 



I don't i.aie what your politici 
■c^ The fact remains dm Hill 
OiMon IS d» Presidem of The 
United Stares, and as such deserves 
respect Notice thai I addressed 
Senator Helms hy his proper title, 
despite the fact thai I hasv no re- 
gard for die man. His offkr de- 
mands a mimimim degree of re- 
spect 

Scary thought. I know 

Here's a radical idea. Let's 
Itrow out pohlcs and just mal 
each odier with the dignity and 
courtesy we deserve as human be- 
ings We iirc bound to have differ- 
ent opinuMK and even the ixxa- 
siimil dislike for one another, but 
in (he end. we all have to share diis 
place we call home Why nor *- 
tea^n to make oar stay here as 
pleasant as possible? 

Even if those Masted Republj- 
cans stay in power 

Think about it 



Editors ntite: In the Nm'rmhrr IS edition o/The Haibiiijter. Guest Columnist DoUy Fife 
udmaard a wfllH niirn pitcr afntui the lack c^ senior citizem ttttendin^ Harper College. The 
kmMmr that was wntieajiir the piece. 'OUer snukitts not treated a\fair as others <m 
ttm^pm, ' did not ponrtrt tht true nature qfMrs. Fifit's cotumn. Althimxh unfortunate, the 
nantrr nf the lastmt process sometimes tends itself to such oversights. 



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boa «iA ihiny bow» and famy 

A« te girw oider.die youiq; 

■Hi'i feeliiig« for Chnslnia^ be 
pm 10 chaD^ lie begun to lose 
wfcM he once held dein lo hi V heart 
Wortuig in J null dulled tm seino 
•D wtal he once heM to be true 

No awfe love No more care 
No more sfarii All he had left of 
die once protfietont seann wa.« a 



conMiM inmnder of die flashing 
hghn. dK ciowd». die lempen 
The young man wept inside 

But dwn a strange Atng hap- 
pened Two weeks ago the young 
man was channel turfing and hap- 
pened on an old childhood ftiend 
he dioHght was lost forever. He 
chanced to catch a showing of his 
friend the grinch 

During the neit .W ndnuies. 
die young mam' feehngt began to 
swell and grow He started to re 
gain a lost locket of hope Some 
say his heart even grew riiree sizes 
dial day 

And suddenly, thmgiichansed 
The young man tried to le-spread 
die miracle dial Christmas once 
was. He spent hours talking to 
people reminding diem of what 



Christmas' pax were and wtwt 
diey could be again He even did a 
guest stint on "Seinfeld" to pro- 
mote the joyous news 

And by some twist of faie. die 
young man pulled a Dr. Suets of 
his own His mes.s)ige of goodcheer 
spread ac ross the world and people 
started to— BBBllil'ZZZZ:'! 

1 apologize It seems that I was 
having that same dream again. You 
know, the one dial comes righ* 
after I waach die now-vaditioBal 
showinj! of "Grinch" I lend to 
believe thai ioniewheie. somehow. 
Christmas will return to its' previ- 
ous glory I tend to bebeve that 
(Tiristmas will be about cards not 
canons of toy s and expensive gifts 

I guess some dreams will never 
come tnu- Not even for that kid 



Respect — ^why is it in such short supply? 



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fa* viNil and juttKC" was an M" 
ttmpi to (tmt to l\il>lie Sairiy diai 
atnand and I. b<^ drama Modems, 
did have Ike fiflM ID oat Ac dkMna 

Wtan w« called I^Mic Safciy 
MlciaanModiebb.weweiieioldio 
wait titer 10 Buiidiiif B Here i 
'iictiy dMaed officer chs ■•*■ id our 
10*1 and fchiMinlei. copiol an ei- 
ntniely nenenl ktteriAMwtfewid 
li^xd on the wall) dial staled our 
nghl* Ki use the facihties .4flci 
walliing back to die dt;ima lab in 
■iilliag I. and waiting 45 mm 
MM. an oHktr showed up 10 let us 



According n> Kevin Kmg. head 
of ("uNic Safet) . dunng peak school 
hours, there are 4 .m 5 otricers co 
duty at one tune My i omploim lies 
not only m bow long it ioi^e for an 
0fricer to let u.s m. Nil die maimer 
m which we were treated 

My odwT concern rtgaiding 
PuMk Safety is this where aie 
dicir pnonties'' Pkiuic nighi class 
students walling to Iheir curs M 
•* M) at nighi The lighting on this 
lainpos IS raji csiicily the grealrsl 
Is there safety in singleness'* What 
alMMil pdwns paikcd in die f ar- 



ihcsi tow ' li appears to me dial 
while Public Safety is busy writing 
iiskeis. young women are walking 
bnskly lo tar parked car<> I think n 
all comes down lo this, are we so 
hung up on rules diat neidier safety 
nor contcm for die students is be- 
ing tjAen into consiileraiion ' 

As a siiidcni. you not only have 
rights 10 facilities bui a right lo 
safely and a ngbi u> complain 
Maybe fifth grade wscsn't that fun 
(or you Are you ready to gtaduaie 
!o sHih grade' Maybe ii's time for 
Harpei lo be more than just a j 
college. I'm ready, are you? 




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■■Miltiitwi-itiMiiitAktiiitwiwt Awiw It. tm aa » f miA Am of diai colleagues. Financial acknowtedgmnits. mch as salary and fringe beoefiis hke 

■III |l«AlllilMill III lAllita Ml tMilWirtlli Imhtf m ^ "-"^ — '"'■' -• ' a Chirogo TrilNMe mucIc printed last year blasted colleges 

tar uAaig aAi'iMMWi tf A«M «i»hlM At M|«aiAiiiy to "delivet dM frodaeT— qailiiy educatian. 

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lllWMlliiiliptkMHi III H|tl ihi fiiiatMlTiii f mil ajiativ. EvcaaAM dK IBinois EducMianal Udni RelMions Board found di« die College 

iiitiltilll.Aii Coley* HokittCMC w Ae siMecataia Ital'i where die question sat* today while dwM proverbially ikw-moving 

iadicial wheels gnad aaty. 

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Violnt HC yallow 



UM|(BS tn fed 
I'm coiofMiad. 



My 

My violets ae Mae 

My vioiMi lo««d ny ra«s 

Ttoy sow weep "Boo Hoo'. 
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NMwe iltyt qiiiM 
Md MM payi tlMOM. 

-McImm RuTMck 



■ Bed 

Cmntmeom 

Cn can too. 

-« lead Of) ite Mk of 
■he road in Pirit. n 

torn are red. 

Violets m Mue. 

In cax you wcfe wondering. 

I will many yoa. 

■Tiianii 

Rom are red 
Vi.jler» mt Moe 
Any RKxe lame poeny 
AiidrRi|onu«iirw' 

-Ijin Ferguson 



Tap 1*1 
WHCM( 

I Can yon tura die volume 
down in the loanfe? 

2. Ca you play nmediiag 
loAer? 

3. Has anybody seen Gref 
lately? 

4. When are wc (oing to let an 

FM license? 
5 Wheies the next DJ7 
6. Has Tom called back yet'' 
7 When't the studio going to 

be done? 
>. Who's masteied Doom. 
Doom II. and Civ yet? 
QDoesdiewoRCcomroveny" 

mean anydiing to as? 
10. Who's going to be die next 

oewsdiRctar? 
WHCMs directors (Chris 
Peterson. Erik Lyon. Roxanoe 
Koslelyna and Greg Mate) would 
like to thank all those who helped 
us out this semester Thwks for a 
good semester and dunks for being 






Top Tea TMi^SnM to The 
HarhtagcrOaicc: 

10. Do yoti people know what 

deadlines are? 
9. How do I gel on top of 

Building A? 
8. Randi. how do I turn the 

safety off? 
7. BOOYA! 
6. Mail Check!! 
3. Don't make me smack yon. 

Beavis 
4 Put it in my hand... 
3. Colon Check! 
2. Mary me 

I. It's 10:30. I'm tiled. iH'i 
go home 

TlK edilofial Maff of die Har- 
binger wouM like to diarrii every- 
one for dieir support this lemes- 
ler. especially diose who didn't 
have to help but did anyway. 
Happy Hobdays! Look for die 
next issue of die HaibiRgcr next 
semester 









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ddt coacoi was whai I expected 
mi auic li was a greai dnw 

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New CD isn't 
music to the ears 



CMiS^pp 



Once in a greai while dieie 
comes a CD dial makes you lit up 
and notice A CD that really makes 
yoa feel graal about the world in 
which we an Kve. 

This isn't it. The CD doesn't 
even coow ckae! 

The new CD from die ConneUi 
doesn't even make you feel Idee 
you made an iiKelK|eW pordiase 
from the local record store. I diink 
1 can bcnestly tell you why tlBS CD 
didn't do anydiint for ne. 

Ftrsi and faremofl. the iengih 
of das pappy was a little over 20 
aaaaMa. Now I'm not a fan. bat I 
know if I weic, I would be expect- 
los a little more than a half-hour 
worth of musical delight lo aiisfy 
my musical delight 

Secood. das CD includes 2 
MOgt dial diey list as live'*. This 
puzzled me because one of die song^ 



dial was "Uve" aiao was die Hadio 
version on diis CD. The ONLY 
difference I found wac dial at tte 
end of the live' versioo dKR wai 
a kM of clapping. I am aaed Mi 
hearing actual live versions of 
songs, and nine times ow of ten Tm 
used to hearing that little da^ dial 
helps to make a live song good: 
people. Ya know, an audieace? h 
just helps me feel what kind of 
power a band has when I can hear 
people go wild and cheer and hooL 
TbeK songs had none of that. 

Lastly, f bad a little probiea 
widi die band itself The ConneDs 
sound like die Gin Blossoms on a 
large dosage of morphine. They 
■eemed apadielic. and not very in 
to what they were singing about. 

As you can tell I did not thor- 
oughly enjoy das release. These 
arc only my opinions, nd any per- 
son who takes a critic seriously 
should be forced to listen dus CD 
repeatedly. 





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Generations warps new crew into movie magic 



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wfmemmm»m»amont.. Anl 
lloveii. 

Ui n expHa I Ml • ukkie. 
I wml w >«i iii iwMiiij ligiM 
fitMl of Hniag ml rfl MM li(lN». 
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kd. ad Mtiiw *e |iImw off ihe 
hook to wMcb • MiivWaiilMi*. 

laaiickaidllWHrit 

IMt a how I lived ny Hfc I 
* nmpiE plt i ifi . yoK 
u I kid fewHi agr aicfet ad wa 
vny coafaraMi a k. 

Tbca came ihc news (kai 
nckcd my wcrid. Sur Tick tte 
N*xl Gcacnban wu caKellid. 

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of TNG) 

Ala. Ill my kner-wiWiiicaii- 
pagm. ili my btnzicd fiMiw caOi 
10L.A .aUmyqttMi-lamnHdratt 
didnlwork Panunoun held fat. 
Star TfdcTNC wa history. 

Until now. The levtiilh Sua 
Tnk flick, C«airf«iio(u. opened on 
Nov 18. and man what ■ «how 

If you wached die icnes. dia 
li. 

FiMoff.lelmeiaydaidiisii 

definitely ii movie yoa wan to ae 
a (he firai-nin iheauies. ptcfctaMy 
one wiak Dolby Miund The Mwnd 
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I hnven't even mentioned die 
:ts Yowsen!'!DKjlhe 

'ftMil'iilMiiaiMMi poiiMi in die pre- 
vioa WMrace lip yon offAa da 
ipecial eflccn wear ptemMtmad? 
Ik it live. (» t( il corapMergcner- 
aed? Yoa caa'i icll...die «pecid 



afiecb He dot good 

Ba wail! There's more! Foe 
f 7 10 (Of $4. SO widi diKouiu nek 
«■ horn die H»pef Box Office). 
yoa fet all ihose special efTecti and 
a anesome Horylioe. too! 

Malcolm McDowell plays a 
badfuy obte»$ed with die Nexus, a 
penanaliied mnana Seeim diat 
die Nexus is weaving its way 
<Ma|h space, and die only way to 
fM into It is to destroy a couple of 
Han. 

Nevermind die fact dial 250 
million people will die as a result 
Its die Nexus, man' Theendjutli- 
fict die means! 

Of coime. die good guys who 
are employed by die Federatioo of 
Planets lie oat 10 slop him Th« 
■anioa aaw up PatrKk Sirwwt 
a Cap«. Jea-Luc Plcwd ad Wil 
liam Shaner as Cipl Ximes T 
Kirit 



Dont even get me sianed! Let 
me just lay dui I am ecstatic dia 
the Kirk dynasty is finally, un- 
equivocally, over. It's finally the 
Star Trek ofi new generadon. 

Nevenheless. a ecstatic as I 
WIS U) see die old ga^ of die 
Emerprise-D flying again. I diink I 
CM be objective enough to let you 
in on some of die film's flaws. 

First of all.if you didn'ifollow 
the series, don't bother going to see 
die movie It's kinda like turning 
on a soap opera in the middle of die 
hour and trying to figure out what ' s 
going on It ajn'i goraia happen. 

If you are unfamilia widi die 
cbwaciers and storylines. Uiis 
movie i* gomg to he one confusing, 
yet awesome, special effect 

Secondly, die test of die cast 
(indudingJonadiaPiafcesasCom- 
mander William Riket. Brent 
Spiner as Lt. Commander Dau. 



Marina Siitis a Cooosellor Oeaima 
Troy, Gates McFadden as Dr 
Beveriy Crusher. LeVar Button a 
Ll Commander Geank LaFoige. 
and Michael Dom a U. Com- 
mander Worf) had roles dot tnsi- 
cally amounted to cameos. Whu. 
no lomincc between Dr. Cnisher 
aid Captain Picard? No hot and 
heavy double-emendies betwecti 
Riker and Troy? No imergalaetic 
Mind dates for Geordi'> This is a 
travesty. All are extremely gifted 
actois. and aH made significatcon- 
mbudons to die television series. 
Their minuscule presence detracted 
from Ihe overall movie. 

Regardless, ay movie dial 
sees the Dura lisiers bite die dust 
ad canes die audience to high- 
five eaHi odKT has got 10 be woidi 
die piice of die bcket! Star Trek 
Cnvnuiofuisondussci-fifreidt's 
must-see list 



VS. Picard: 
The final round! 



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A guide to Christmas television classics 



ItwwaginfrnBSaata. 

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I ipekc aot a word, but 
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Tkc CoHowiag Cbnitmas 
lelcminn shows arr rT<|uirtd 
walchinf and are ituaraatMd 
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Chrntoias spirit. 

!•.» Fmty The Stuwrnaa- 
How many kids couM resWl 
Ihr idea of thr snowman he or 
shr built cnming to lifr. espe- 
cially al Christmas, the time of 
miracles and magic? A definite 
one ol watch and relive bmkc 



5.) .4 Very Brady Ckritt- 
mas- OL. the ideas have run out 
and it Tills space. Besides, one 
can only dream ofa true family 
Christmas like tbein will ever 
happen again.. 

4.) Santa Claus n. The 
Abominable Snowman -It it 
weren't Christmas it would be 
a great B-llick. A little scary 
but the animal ion K superb and 
kids really dig that Abominable 



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in spirit as Fred has to lake over 
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before rim AUea look the idea 
lorMiowB. 

7.t A Ckrislmai S/arjr- 
Klds, don't use your toaguc 
who It's cold outside. 

6.) TwatTheNi^l^fon 
Chris tmai- Cartooa mouse 
hises. then finds the Christmas 
spirit. A very good way to tell 
Dickens to children and keep 
their interest 



3.) irsA Womteiful life- 
It's fUpped only because it has 
been shown a lad bit loo much. 
Overall, il remains the one film 
that everyone should be re- 
quired to watch. Ring those 
bells for Clarence folks. 

2.) Peanuts Christmas 
Special-Crmzy num. The Pea- 
""■s Rang jazzes up Christmas 
in their own style. The theme 
song alone makes the special 
worth it Added bonus: Charlie 
■ets hie ChrWmas tree. 

1.) How The Crinck Slob 
CkrisMau-llstands alone as Ihc 
definitive show. The nies^c 
rings true and Dr. Suess cre- 
ated an instant classic with the 
thrre-sizes-loo-small-hearted 
Grinch. Three cheers for the 
Whos, who kept Christmas out 
of their pockets and in their 



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cheer for ils's readers. 

The holiday season I oh that 
political correctness) is both fUn 
and exciling for people of ail ages 
and we hope that each of you has 
aa eqioyabk aad arfe IIbm. 

We aim hope that each of 
you are able I i^ve aad receive 
what you truly deserve. Eqjoy 
Ihe break. We an deserve H. 



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you are careful as the holidays 
lend to bring an increase inthe 
number ofaccidents and iqjuries 
to people. 

When we return. wewiOcon- 
Ubuc our unprecedented cover- 
age of Harper events aad hap- 
peaings. 

Until next year, have a safe 
and fbn holkiay seasoa We'll ice 
you next semester. 

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Tltaity w qB iit— itoawci*- 
■impank •Mefce«nS9flMa$3 

kyWI wife fticMk who don't « 



tivci 

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and looks fotwad to 
t with liiendly com- 




Ryaa laitf "Uiti n a urin-ain 
mmttk' Ryan ■iii ki t »i H'» pmi- 



hoH caam wiQ be lei «p on Sim- 
days (rom 10 am -4 pm aid on 
TaeM%» and TbaiKtiyii from 7- 
10 pm Iwramnral MaMNi will be 
from Fefenmry thfootrh Aprtl A 
fill) roislefed leain n prrfened. 



however stngk playen are encour 
a|ed to sign up 

Ai individHal players iign up. 
leamii will be foniied ba%ed on ihc 
nmnfacT of participantsi 

If you mt naeresud id p)ayinj: 
inuainural volleybaJI pteoiie con- 
tact Jim Ryan al 925-6466 or flop 
by room M202a m die adilelic dc- 
pa nm ent. 



End of the year thoughts 
from a part-time sports fan 






Weil. well, spom fam Here 
we IR again, and (here is yei 
another coinmnisi lakiag over 
-The Last Woid", 

Hey, variety ia (he spice of 
life, isn't it? 

OK. let's Me what's happen- 
ing in ilie «pom world, boys and 
prh 

The Bullsi are never going to 
ice another champiooship. the 
Hawks are siill locked our. and 
the Bears are akme on lop of die 
NFCCeami. 

Wail! Doo'i Slop reading!'! 
Thai is not a typo! Da Beats are 
back on lop! 

The loog-awaiMi Mqiiel to 
die '85 leasoo mty finally he 
heie! 

Tlw wasoo was loakim dte- 
mal as little as four weeks ago. 
when the Bears suffered a hu- 
miliaiinj defeat to those 
d wam t cai l i to Graea Bay on 
MndiyNViiFiMML 

Now. diinki 10 those ever- 
lowiog, noait-alec hiei, die Besx 
have the pouibilily afcliochiiig 
die diviiioa chanvtooship io— 
diWMKia. pieaM— Gma BagrI 

rw always dM«^ dMi the 
Now I have 






iog in the irony of it d? 

I'm sorry, { don't 
Sloal. 

OK. maybe Ido neaDinghNi. 
Gloat, gloai. gloai! 

What a season it's going Id 
be! 

Tlw Beats are going id die 
piayofr<^ Kevin Boder is getting 
mtich-deserved pms. and Cieen 
Bay is left to wsdiow in dieir lost 
potential. 

Ha! Life is good! 

But wait, yon say , wbal about 
the kKl hockey season? 

How many cohimns will it 
lake (o realize dial t cannot be- 
lieve that die NHL owners had 
die cajones to lock dw piagnrs 
out? 

Bveryiime I think about die 
Lost Season, I get ill.l htie being 
ill 

Hence. I have stopped (hiok- 
iog about die LoM Season . End of 
subject 

OK. Maybe not I did check 
oMdieChtcagoWolves. Ineedad 
a hockey fix bad. The Wolves IR 
good, but diey are just not the 
Hawks. 

That's OK, dm^ becaBse 
If die Bean go at te as I diiak 
diey will. I can |H dvooi^ die 
wialer wkhoal iMickey 

IdMk. 

Tki* hai been dK lait wtad. 
boys and girls. 

Ycali,tigfaL 



A Track and 
Field 

Organizational 
Meeting will 
be held Jan. 25, 
1995 at 3 p.m. 
in Building M, 
room 244. 
Interested 
students can 
call Renee 
Zeller at ext. 
6464 for 
further 
information. 



New seasons beginning for Hawk spring teams 




As spring rolls 
around, the Hawks 
will be f(x:u.sing on the 
baseball(left) and 
ha-sketball( right .sea- 
sons. 

The Harbigner will 
try to provide cover- 
age on both teams as 
the seasons progress. 

Find out next year 
how well the mens and 
womens leasm are do- 
ing beginning in late 
January and continu- 
ing until early May. 




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may a« be the bcti ume 
afdMyoffortenM 
PHV**. Kit ir jfoa wwt m 

I. futl-itine 
tn I904,ihe«imy 
be WNM 'gtMni new* riw 
yoa on (tajtr > 

• Alto on page .1, 
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noMy can find mm 
Adw mm fclknuriUfK 

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noMmdiwcmly^ 
imaoto LiMNenMlODv. 
BobKiwim. 

• CommunMy rc*l<teffit 
widi an inureai in fashion 
dnignwiUfciaUlllr 

(MUM imvKttll HMBC of 

Hapcr*! nwd-wiimlnc 

taNea dniM fladkna la 
4. 



MMleAwMki 

— ^MAwmheimmi- 

caa M die ABC Mtrvt- 
iiMiMwwk— caaato 
tmtomammm*. 



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e«ca 50 fean latw 
cooaidefad i 
aHMder IB New Zealand 
MsMry. 

Aa tncicdlMj brir 
of iMianioihr 
«dMr «rcR leoelvcd over 
«laaar«acadiMiai«. 
tpomeioai 
the Dec 21 
TtoaalaHniotei 
caabafcandoHfafiat 
and? 

• Chi*Mwack'iivaM» 



J Editor Valcne 
Wenkircli focwte* ia on 
die fiiM known banif 

lym ia waba^m CMeagO' 
hi»ti)fy. 



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A Cultural Celebration 

February is African-American History Month 



A(f ii-iifi" Afucntan HKiorj 
MctiiIi UMtf, Weducsiby. jiy (at 

the firti iMit wei. ilie <«««• will 
tw ceMfaMl <ai a iMicit wiile a 
tlai|NiCiilk|c. 

Se«widepMNMnik«iibiii'iltt 
«bMi, inelwiNng StadeM Aatw- 
iic*wlilicOnk»«rMali<ii)Minl 

Affiiir*. h^vt tol|jt(»i>riil!:"i;t ii- 
(wcwmi J ■sariely ol jt:iini!vv :.; 
Afticin- Ancncai'tteiiiy Mi «Mh . 

A KKk-Off CehtaHliMi wilt 
«« ketd «wjm 1 1 am ii> I JO p m 
Wcdnentoy m the imm l4MM|e of 
B«ldin| A. wNeieAftkw-Amco- 
iianKkievcncmaiiiiillliedBplayccI 
Md «. books and. ciai(» (ale. At 
I :: I S .p..«. . Ij«l|i«it|' Cl«MlMt. pio- 
Ittmm (>(■ hwnry « Hiir Cnilcgr of 
lj*e Counry. will imtt a|iicici»- 
MMaciniihid "HiiWiilinof AIW- 
i'«»-Ani«iicaaitii«ty" 

Kittn t jMat Mi^eiii. ■ iimhi- 
«h)f in dK CMoc oTMUiiculiMal 
AflMti. Mad Ihe Tint i«« r««m» 
are ftmad lo |i'i« viaucm m cuajr 
mmiuiiM between %'irwing liedb- 
t>ls> jMtJ hnuM( Ctitidfin'* ptt- 




awpwe cw*l^ ol the o«c« of l*«lcuai«a Al»e*i 



"I iMnk « •tl be • nice »ii> to 
give wunt Mdilafy nMranon to 
what t» OH miftwf.' ciplMKcd 
I Mom Rivfn, 

A vKk-o. •HiiKwy of AfnCMi- 
Ainencan Culnne." will be !ihcn*n 
« I2-W)piii WtdncMlay 

ttcam Riven Hid dae vidta^ 
•ill Mp vKwcn "eapoac die' or 
icnM'(ir«ilw.pi(iple wnaitMknow 
aboM AMcan>'AaMnewc«^iifv.~ 



*»<•««» on is»ue» including rtw 
feaimii* Jot cenain cbufch iradi- 
liow and the evolution of the ilave 

In the following weeK ;i <*- 
tie* of free liimh time vidwis, fol- 
lowed by ifaiaission aaians. wilt 
liKut on diffntm ai|iecii of Alh- 
ca»- Amencan lii$inc>> 

At noon on Feb j) in room 
A24 1 , tjoin" BjCWcago " w ill tell 
the a*ii> alMiiii the mignmoo of 
o*er four nullioo Afhoin Amen- 
cani dnm die nirai Soudi to the 
cnie% of the Nonli. aeating a 
unique la-bim culnne An Emmy 
iward-wiMing documenlary. 
"Ethnic Notions", will highlight 
diecvotuouo of siereoiY|ie> which 
ha«t fueled iinn-hlack preiudice 
fiom the ante-heltum (xrnod (o the 
civil rtpht* e» m rxKin on l-eb 1 5 



m nxmi < ' 1 (it 

fhf last noontiiiH- luieo. 
"Miles of Smik-N. \e.<rs of 
Simggle." to he sho* n tch ;;. m 
room A24 1 . chnwiitles ifie organi - 
mionofthe first black traJe union. 
The BroliicrtKWd of Sleeping Car 
Poners This siory of the Pullman 
Pomn provides one of the few 
account!) on film of the Afncan- 
American working life between 
the rivtl War and World War II 
IMarriHor Ronna Tucker, a l(K)- 
year-okJ union organizer and 
porter's widow. dc*cnbes how af- 
ter a 1 2-year slnigele. the ponem 
won the firM contract ever negoti- 
sued Willi black worfcerti 

Also Feb 22. chief master 
drummer and dancer Midawo 
(iKieon Foil Alixwoyie will per- 
form and conduct a workdiop in 



$100,000 in 30 days is possible! 



M«inaf5|^Wto_ 



Brkxt yi-u lead any fimlMw. 
«iofi for a niKiew and Ulink altoin 
why you jvr leadtng. thl» anick 

I* It became ym are eitdied 
about the pmcatial in |fi-»ic*> 
tjtiiek'* Maybt yon. law teaacial 
ficedmi. alhiriailna dkt tweti of 
biilh. luinon.. f«i4 cfcahei. md 
othcifKuncial'iiroMraii. Olwwit 
hacanw .yoa want die bcnrfin and 
pedui llMMnciiKiie'Oftet"> Flyer* 
widi thtsheadhne have been poMcd 
thn«i$hi3»t Harper t oflefe widi the 
hofie you will be inteieaied by the 
poieMMl of makmij $I0t».(jl)Om %, 
<%!.. ^ Bm 11 das kegal — ladMriit- 

TU f twill halt dtwiniaiiihrd 
•nudlllMai lyra* oriiand, acnnl 
fraadmdcominKtm fiwd. Ac- 
mal baad is imemiond criminal 
dHCvdni fdi dto paiimK of iadac- 
■« anodite lO'ian. wi* loaMhing 

^M' *^^Wi w0 HInpBW MmHRDhMmK Off 

«alae,arM>iar- 
ilBgilfigai. 



Cificjilly iniemfed to cheiti wmc- 
one. wch at teiting sburs in non- 
miaum ptm nf land, are aciiml 
trauth. 

AnMhef type tt actual fraud 
would he a pyramid scheme A 
pyramid i» a wheme where the 
mam obieci i% lo recruit othcn;, 
nahn itun wlHng a product. In a 
typical pyramid, new members 
iMiit pay a laife fee to join or lo 
piirt haie * Mock rf ihe prodiK-i to 
he «*l Very oflen ihe pioduci 
proves umalaMc. but the pyramids 
promolery will refine to repurchase 
II Members may or nay not. re 
cetve commissinn^ for recruiiing 
more people, but only thiMe at die 
«i|Nif ibepynanid.aliimately profit 
iMcaaae die supply of poWMial par- 
iici|laii<> u limited 

Multilevel markehnft compa- 
nies must be (bmnguished from 
pyramids, however Multilevel 
martcimg » a mednd of telaling 
prathicts directly lo customers, 
wilhoul laennediary ictail stores. 
■hrough a networii of di.stnbulor 
' wididkibifaly of idl- 



ing hack Ihe unuied prodwrts lo die 

coiapiny Amwav, Mjiy K.iv ^iml 
Avon anr all »ui\c<.hii miilnk-vcl 
mairkeiing compunies who offer 
disiiibuior^ die<ipponunity lo make 
more money than the person who 
cponsoied them and there is no 
limil to the poieniial of money to he 
itHide Mans companies are no* 
adopung some form of multilevel 
marketing, findinj! ihal eliminal 
mg the "misldle man" lowers op- 
rraiioniil costs and word of moudi 
advemsing is tfw most poweifiil 
form of advertising (how many 
uines have you told someone about 
a good lesiautam or movie? You 
have been giving diose restaurants 
and movies free advertising!) 

ConstnKOve frauds are words, 
act*, or omissions that tend to mis- 
leal or deceive someone or violale 
a coofKJenee. bin dial are not nec- 
essarily of malicious intent 
Schemes such as die "ban and 
switch" where a business will ad- 
vertise a product dua diey do not 
loiend to sell by claimiag diey are 
SeeFfoudonpoga: 



the drama lab. room L 1 29. from 
: -<() - 4 to p m Midawo Gideon, 
trom Clhana. West Afnca, will 
perform .African music and dis- 
cuss Us influences on Afncan- 
Amcncan music 

According to Lacoui Rivcni, 
the month-long celebrahon is de- 
signed lo help people understand 
African- American culture and uo- 
dersiand its history 

All events arc free of charge 
and the public is welcome For 
more information, call Ihe Office 
of Multicultural Affairs at (708) 
«.S-6«.I 

Niile: Harper Colle)(e will 
offer a new class in African 
culture and civilizUon begin- 
ning Feb. 1. Fur more de- 
tails, see pofie 2. 

r- 1 

We're fired up ... 

How 'bout you? I 

Anewsemesier.new mal^ 
agemeni. and a new aditude 
will mean a !ichool newspaper 
at William Rainey HivperCol- 
lege like you've never ten 
before 

Jim Walailis. former Har- 
hmiter Sports Editor, has re- 
I turned after three semesters 
away from Harper — during 
which he spent one year as 
news reporter on a daily news- 
paper in EfTingham, Illinois— 
to kad die Harhmger as Edi- 
tor-ln-Chief. 

Valerie Weiskirch, former 
newsletter publisher and cur 
tem business owna. has taken 
die post of Harbinger Manag- 
ing Editor. 

The duo has dedicated 
dietnselves to combining their 
journalism and management 
experience to bring Harper 
College toidenis die best uws- 
paper ever lo come oui of die 
Harbinger office 



■ HarliiiwrT olTlte it fcnal* 



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Harper News 



The Haibinger 



Fraud t'om page i 

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'Typically. y«ii ttill |et • Miller 

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yw NKliiie • poMir-piid poM 
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iMmg yn >» nofof ilimi lo rccivc 



Y1ieffly«f'AKt'pliEea4iKlHnn' 
*X3^'Mi«Klf iie viraaMc 



dqiciiAi iMtically on lac't. you 
m^ «aiM 10 try ilit» ofiponufliiv 
Howrwer. if you ire ntnom uNiui 
ininiumd mullilcvel nMrkeiin)!. 
you ' 11 tliul ihcrc me many tvppxrtu 
niOe\ i<ul theic wailing fen mmimt 
line lile yoti find someihing thai 
e»ciir<> y<w a- mi f lei 'n. inake-iip. 
Tupprruiie. giftcaialiigit)d(i yciw 
lirsi «l It and evemualty yon will 
eillM "iink Of vtiun If you Mnk. 
ilon'l givr vp' \Rimca mily k the 




M» to Mte flm piMMa«. Priai 1(1) 
llya'^ SMff Mi <B*aiw|K** wck wt 
mMkmi labil oM Afm^ pvi (m a II 
MM twap ami «aM 4wni. Accofd- 
hll K) ihe flyer, "even with oaly a 
IS1I mponw nil*, hy ihe limr 

1. 50i6I3 t ttt m en mm haw 
I S2 and a ittum envelope 
recipe, loialfaf 
SI0l,250iMll]diyi 

Tw ftyCV IMWI fPMI CI0V Ml 

(dieliialiiyafiliii'fl^ 
I hy MMl. tMNmawi 
caM' haa baan MiHtt vt 'Immms Mmi 
iMii MallinrI Maitaliinptaiidcie* 
nut violalc any l>w» iRelermce 
IS Code. Title 1». S«\Ikw I «»2. 
I M) Md Tiilr 14. Section lOQS). 
The key fachw i« iliat we are lalMg 
MMcaMMlwitt ^ oaf ivaawMVd rao^ia. 
BtlM>icww«««ry way. Kcvpiaii" 
me recoMhi faa iwiaiM Ian. imt- 
pivse^i Cicntfl.ucltjgidCawiaiiila- 
■•leyiitiefa^ 



So what about my $100,(300? 



The flyat i 
icMapanyMig «•> asies m t%- 
of a IVi 



m <Miy one M two pcKOM. Take 

iMM> c fflm twi wa awMi many people 
win iimiHc Of da**' away Hit 
llyvf dMaltiag K » a KIM araaiid 
CMMfa Imf iMHMief^ ccaiHMSef^ 
iMy. Vm% a leipani* nir of 
JW and yoiu name m the fnurtli 
potUioii, you mail KDflyrrkiaKi 
rewivc J itipome*. 

IIkh* 3 feufwrneii each mal 
imflyaft. I Ml flyen inctmla- 
iM wMi yo«t name m M pteel. 
and it dram a iMfonic «t t 
TlMMC 9 people eiKh 



mail l«i flyer's («l) flyers in 
aitulatKNi with your name in 
2iid place! and u drawt a ic- 
fptKiM of 37 people Thoic 27 
people each mail IIX) ny«r> 
(2,Tn> flyers in cucwlMion wilta 
your name in Id place) and il 
drawf a lapnnxc of $ I people 

TMt meant yon slHwM le 
Cffivc a Mai of IS) people rt- 
tpMingywr recipe for $2. fiv- 
iiiCyaiia(i>ialofS24() including 
«pemo for ■ilampii. cnvel<ip«. 
pnniin j: miS the mailing list, your 
inlual fwufii wirh tins eumple 
wMiMheSI**) 

Thi> n lltm.'Miil \n% lh«i 
wtiai Ihe flyer would lead yot to 
Micve i» teaiiitic. 



Carver transition 
assistance offered 

The H;irp«T (ollcjse Career 
Transition ("enier. located xi the 
Nonhcast Center. Room a 19. 1.t75 
S Wolf Road m Prospect Heights, 
provides programs and services to 
individuals who have lost their 
joIk. are seeking a career change, 
or w those who may he necking 
their first position or career en- 
himcemrm opportunincs 

The Center is open Mumliiv 
through Fr>d-iy from 8 .'(lani < 
pm Workshops offer a vanetv ol 
topics to help participants develop 
a focused career direction and 
brush up on job search skills siK'h 
as tesuine preparation, interview- 
ing, networking and marketing 
lechniques Resource job place 
mcnt opportunities and "hrown 
bag" sessions are available free of 
charge Individuals may meet with 
a caicfi counselor Ui discuss ca 
reer and assessment testing, to 
explode career options at lo take 
advantage of iIk caracf couaiitl- 
mg packages 

To Icam more abom die Mr- 



vices of the HarperCollegeCaneer 
Transition Center, call (708) 45<>- 
8233 

African culture taugiit 

The H;irper College Liberal 
Alls OuiMori IS offcnng a new 
course this spnng thatexploreslfae 
cultures and civilizations of Af- 
rica 

African Culture and Civiliza- 
tion, is a 16-hour non credit mini- 
ciiursc ikhich will meet 2 M) to 
4 »o p m iin Wednesdays from 
Ich I March :; in room L 300. 

The mpics range from the his- 
tory, geography, people and ani- 
mals of Africa which will present 
the physical and environmental 
aspects of AInca to the rehgion, 
poetry, an. drama and music of 
Africa presenting issues in con- 
temporary Africa will also be dis 
cussed 

To icg)sti.-i for ihc continuing 
education cl.iss. call (7l»8l 397- 
3377 and specify course number 
li-A(>«(l-iKil Foi addinonal in- 
formation, please call the Harper 
College Liberal Arts Division. 
(708) '525-6874 



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a kfMnMt' prMhKt. *t 

So, fHHM •• aciMt ftMd 

. iMtt ttpfMNimiiy' ia le- 

pl. .Wn wnnr , C'oM NMf (tya CM- 

■liMtt ciNMrncltve fraud'* 

"The HKhLsiry siambid for di 



fmctan mnivMl male it 
iiMe H predict iheadiial mit* ytm 
will make." hm is iliai enaiiili hi 
keep (his opponiMitylafal'? l%Mi- 
biy Is It cUMcal' tllal llley unc an 
eiuemely bif k mi' nf nMwii m m 
eiamplc lo mtaiKait you nm im- 
sntng iliii fffM>Niaiily'>'Tliai*t apio 
yoHiodBCMle if you are inieiesaed 
in a ~|el-nch-itiick" wheme llM 



iMid of «ppominiiy and llieie an: 
slUI nmmous wiys ■«* becoming 

fiiianciallv free 

ttrnnl. ■ 



We're fired up „. 
How 'bout you? 



Hmhtn$t*f Hit- 



Thinking of Transtt- mng . . . 

Make THE QUALTTY 



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Local families needed 
for exchange students 



ASSt laieiiMlHMMl xwkM 
Firl iM H l^wniiwii (ASSE) IS 
gdMylogl'to nfa iiii l feifortioy* 
ud (irln rrnm Scandiniivia, 
France. Ilaly. Spain, Portugal, 
ny. HdNand. Bniain. Po 
Ike N«wl> IndcpemJrm 
e footiCT Sot Kl ( niOB. 

Ciecfe i« n*li c . Skiv'ikia. Hm*- 
prf. S m tu m lim iL Menko. Bra- 
nt. JafHk Ciwdi. AttMliaaid 
Hem tntmd , IS to IS ymm» ti 
«fr. coMiMg m dM am for ito 
■ycoMig Wgli tckool j«ar. 

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bffae ichaai htglas aaimnm at 
ite cad of die vhool y»m. Gaeh 
ASSE tludcnl it. fully 
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leapcnuibihtMM. a* well » beinK 

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The xtudeiMs aie well Kreatcd 
and <iiialtried by A.SSE Familtcs 
may «l«ci the trenaier of tticir 
choice froneiieiMivc nudeni np- 
plkMions. faiaity ptwtm md hio- 
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tlMlta are cncouraeed lo befin 
correspoiKlinK prior to the 
siudciu'«iimviil 

ASSE r J also wdangkicii'high 
*;ho.i( Mudtnts lo become ASSE 
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"Employee's Withholding Al- 
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State fellowships, internships announced 



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fflWice K accepong applKaiions pioside highly motivated college 
f<w the 199^ l.ieuienanl grsiduatcs with valuable experience 
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Govemois ( Hfice on a number 
of issues including education lavl 
substance abuse They receive 
an annual stipend ot S2 ^,.^lii 

Summer interns will he re- 
sponsible for a variety of duties 
within the Office of the Lieuten- 
ant Ckivemoi, iind receive a sti- 
pend of $ 1 .(« X) a m<inth 

"These are sludents who 
have excelled m ihc cliissnxim, 
demonstraled excepiional lead- 
ership iind .HC ready lo apply 
ihcir skills 10 ihc pinhlcms and 
issues thai Luc our sivieiy and 
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ment 

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*aidsiudcniK whoaiemajonng 
in go\enink'nl. political science 
oi public .idminisiration, but stu- 
dents u uh other maiors are wel- 
come 10 apply 

Applications c;ui he oblained 
h\ contacting Dave Chayer. Fel- 
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Haute couture=High fashion 



TnKt) Httfper Fashion I)c»ign 
tliKtenH have dxlingiiistlwd 
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try reccmtjf winnag i 

Ctrl* Ummi loot fini pbcc 
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CtnUnn's^'tmcmpiimmttK 
CUciff) fMhiom Groop 9Kn» m 
NcnwinovT and MwM I^MiMKtai 
iMi earned ■ JchoiantHp to Ae 
■ccliinied fv\s f-mtmm Intii- 
weDiamanoi placed fira in Che 
Career caiegoc> at iIk »bow and 
fKaMt m Ite Eveniog Wear cM- 

Ummi tatd <lie believct Uie 
imMm comeu. *'was a wooder- 

M appanMrily Iwcaine it oCfen 



I in dcMgn ~ 
to an. eiglH Harper smdeas 

wcvt flnaiista in the conipctitlott 
wMh Ave ptacing finu or mcomL 
HwAidi of fa»hKin deugn mm- 
dmu enMcd die regionat eol»- 
peiituvi (40 adwola) orgam^cd 
by the Fa9liiMi(jfaa|>af Chicago 
in order lo encourage and rrcog- 
auc o uma n diiig fa»hioii denign 
imitmu. The finalists were 
judged on talaWlity, weanMUiy 
and ongiiuiii> by professiaiiab 
in the Kd^hiiW lndu<>lry 

Other finalDttt tm iudc Dr ni<<« 
Bamnan in Evening Wear. Liu 
JadziMk) in Wearable Art and 
Cla^ Km in Children' » Wear 
The ga nw eim that were entered 
in the coopeiitiaa were c xmaely 
detdi led. iMde of the bcM iwaefi- 
ab and involved hour* of pia*' 
■fciag haadwoefc. 

The students work will he d>«- 
piayMtat die The B«!a of i^S" 
••Miy Saiihe aaaaal Hai|icr 
College fttahioa iImmi. The show 
wilt eaMM miniioiMi hmmMi. 




. productian and Nghwing. 
Also included m the show will be 
award-winning apparel by the 
wtmiai of ihe Chtcajo Fashion 
Onxip Show and by other paitici- 



1tlli«w«nino w«af r«ntfwlng «f«n a Int ploc* pnx* fof Carta Uomo* in 
•w Clacaoo foiNon G>oup conuMMMm loil Novwnbar n ChKOOO. 

plwto coi**«f» Hapm fa*«on O«ign/Mefcfvono«ing Corser Prooram 



receive inaxtmum exposure to 
well known inienuiiorul design- 
ers The exposuie insures they 
learn the necessary skills to forc- 
lee trends in die tashion industry 
Their ideas ttien have to he tmns- 
formed into actual ipparel Some 
Ucps of the process involve de- 
veloping patterns, actual model 
fittings and fabric selections re- 
sulting in a cohesive arduous ef 
fort to produce die refined gar- 
ment 

"We have everything (hat we 
need — industrial irons and sew- 
ing machines, top of the line 
equipment, as well as top of llie 
line leachen." IJaina« laid. 



Associate PMfenmt Saaaka 
Clark, who coordinates Haiper*$ 
Faihinn Design and Merchandis- 
tag Career Program, said the stu- 
deai* enrolled in the progfam must 
pn forth neffleadoat effion and 
iilni'ipilai, befbie diey are able lo 
wait m designrni The students 
siMdy everything froen cosnime 
hi«ory to cycles in fashion 

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The 22nd annual " Aim-ni^n 
Music Awards" special will he 
telecast livr on the ABC I'elevi- 
sum Nciw<«i (timi the Shnne 
Auditoiium in Los Angeles fro. 
7ii> Kipm Monday 

fhc rv spci. lal isapresenia- 
lum ol dick dark |)roductKiris. 
inc with Dick C'laik himself 
serving ;is Executive Praduccr 
I i*istmg the telecast wi II he I om 
)<i»ies, I xiTTK Moryitfi and Quern 
I ititiih 

Vominalions for Ihe Ameri- 
can MusK" Awaids are in seven 
categories In the Pop/Rock. 
Countfy and S<ml/Rhythm & 
Blues categories. a» aids will he 
presemed for Favorite Male and 
Female Artist. Favorite Band. 
Duo or Group. Favorite Alhum 
and Single, and Favonte New 
Ani^l In the Rap/Hip Hi>p. 
Ik-ass Metal/Hard R.vk..-\duli 
Contemporary and Aliematisc 
Music categories, as»ards will 
be presemed foi Fasome Anisi 
In all. 22 aw.iids «ili he pie 
scnied 

In addition, a special Award 
of Merit will he piesenird lo 
Pnncefm his'ouisiandinEcon 
tnhotions lo the musical entcr- 
lamiiiem ol the American puh 
lie ■■ Previous recipients of this 
award have been Bing Croshy 
BeiTy Oordy. Irsing Berlin. 
Johnny Cash. I ll.i I ii/ccrald. 
Perry Como. Benny (ioodman. 
Chuck Beny, Slevie Wonder, 
Kenny Ri>gers. Michael lack 
son. Loreiia I >nn Paul 
McCartney, tlvis Presly. The 
Beach Boys. Willie Nelson. Neil 
Diamond. Merie Haggard. James 
Brown, rock promoter Bill Cira 
ham and Whitney Houston 

Also to be presented on the 
special is the Imemational Art- 
ist Award, which will go to Led 
Zeppelin The award recognizes 
those artists whose popularity 
and impact cross national bound- 



aries and isonly given whenihere 
IS a deserving tecipieni of out- 
standing stature and accomplish- 
mcnts The only previous recipi- 
ents of this award have been 
Michael Jackson and Rod 
.Stewart. 

Winners of the American Mu- 
sic Awards are selected by die 
public. A national sampling of 
approximately 20.(XXI. taking 
inloaccoum geographic location, 
age. sex and ethnic ongin. have 
been sent ballois h\ the National 
Family Opinion. Inc firm under 
the supervision of Broadcast 
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Names of the nominees on the 
ballot were compiled from data 
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Among the performers si hed- 
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Babyface. Tim McGraw . Jimmy 
Page & Robert Plant and The 
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J Blige, Brooks & Dunn. Tevin 
Campbeel, Mark Chesnun, Alice 
Cooper, Roberta Flack, Kenny 
G, Warren G, Vince Gill. Go- 
Go" s. Amy Cirant, Heavy D, Faitti 
Hill. Joey Lawrence, Kathy 
Maiiea. Reba McEniiie, John 
Michael Montogmery. Sall-N- 
Pepa. Deion .Sanders. Jon Secada, 
Snoop Doggy Dogg, Randy 
Travis. Frankie Valli , Ricky Van 
Shelion, Barry While andTanmy 
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Director Peter Jackson talks about 'Heavenly Creatures' 



Cell g i'N»SiMct 

thtf were ihoufiM of in per- 
%t$» te BOM evil 



hnd Willi a hnck wfippMl in nykn 
«lockiii(s Ilie ((XX) cionm of 
Chrtstchurch reviled ihrm at 
Khrmng. mmipuliiiivc Itillm who 
were wnnktt, ami pcotMMjr lertn- 
ansiobixii. 

They weic 15 jmn oM- 
Evcn lAer 40 yean, many in 
New Zealand can't brmt iheni' 
ielv« lo talk aboui the Parkei/ 
Mulmecxie.vtiMiluicoiiniry'tinoM 
aoHnuaiRMnlef Bullliedncctof 
of an aadKMw arw film hat gone 
kcyond *e land hevlinet on 954 
10 M (he itcoid Moiglll (or aiidi- 
eaceiin 1994 

"Meaveniy Citumts.' which 
opened in the LiniKd Staiet in lae 



aHe leap ia HMiuniy and attarMce 

from 3,Vyear old director Peter 
JackMM'i last film, the lowhK 
i|>lanei comedy and imtam cull 
classic ""Dead Alive " "Heavenly 
Ciealwei" is sooiethmj else eii 
liRly. a deUrM>u«. Jisluftnns fu 
sion of paitNK. psychoiof} and r» 
tor n^ied feiack hinnor 

In 1952. PanKne P«ker. a wl 
ten but traelli|;eiii wofking-cl»^ 
Ingb schooler, findj a kindred 
•oaliMa in Juliet Hulme. a free 
ipMlMthM »cUy i^jigliih leen with 
aqnick. nasty wit fn the ne\t two 
yean, the (irk are tnwparahic iis 



MflwMaiNw.aod 
ihey ikwly Umt iheti pip oa leal- 
My They wnie tiiang« "novelf~ 
ahom a melaphywi) "Fourth 
World"" — •Sort of like heaven, e» - 
cefM ibeie aren't any LliriMianK." 
luIicfMin. Hk Foanli WotM in- 
clwlM a medfeval kingdom po|w- 
laied (»y lumtirnng clay figans, 
which the film bmigs m vivid, ee- 
rie life thtcxijih * 
cM effcKts and CO 
liMi 

BMft firit' pMMi. ibnHtf l9 
the o(Me<Kiw nanve of the friend- 
ship, muliuiDy agree to try to linui 
It In re»por»e. the girls throw vio- 
lent leinpcr tHMniim Pnuline. in 
parttcnlai. hecotne^t increaiungly 
dBflam of her di\tirs»ed mother 

When Juliet '* parents decide to 
move the family l>a:k to Fngland. 
the girls iDMsi that Pwiline Must 
accnapwythem All four parents. 
of amne. ay absolutely not. but 
Pauline' s mother IS seen m the chnf 
impediinent to siiiymg u>j!eihet for- 
ever In their irrationality jnd des- 
peration, the girls decide lo kill her 
— which Ihey do. savagely Wud 
geoning her to death while out for 
a walk. 

The l5-ytii-okliw«*»«ciHtnce 
to he "detained al her Maiesty's 
pIcjiMiiv." wbKh means they could 
have been in pnson for the test of 
Iheu lives Ja.:kHinsdysit«assi>me 
unit before tcalily reiisKrted it 
self, and ihcy iroly realized what 
Ihey haddoiK 



"We «pokcloJulief« lawyer ai 
paet of our lesearch. and he said 
there wat no way either wooU 
have been called to give evidence 
because ihey had absolutely no re- 
mone at the lime But vtithinsev 
etal month, they came bock down 
to earth and were very rcmoiv- 
ful - 

The fihn " s po«i«.-npi offen only 
« inulmngty brief description of 
Ihe girls' fate They were released 



For Jackson. Ihe P:irket/|lulmc 

case is about "iniKHcive, imagina- 
tion and obsession li\.isiory»ith 
a lot of complexly and irony " In 
explormj: Ihe girls' psychoses, he 
says "lleasenly Crealurcs"' n 'a 
murder story ab<Hii love, a murder 
story with no villains " The scnpt 
find sy mpalhy for Iwo troubled teen 
agns "w iih it lot of intelligence and 
imagination and fnghicning disre 
spect for authonty But in Ihe end. 



'a murder story about love, a 
murder story with no villains.^ 

Directof Peter Jackson describ- 
ing Heavenly Creatures 



from prison after five years Juliet 
joined her parents in l-.ngland. 
Pauline was kept on parole for sev 
etal yean, but eventually left New 
Zealand 

Their identities were always a 
secret. Jackson says, until a New 
Zealand tabloid journalist lecenily 
tracked down Juliet in Scotland. 
whcue she wntes hisii-incal mys 
lery novels under Ihe name Anne 
Peiry She's since given a few in- 
leiviewi We've heard various 
rumors about Pauline, but I don't 
want 10 go into ihat I don't agree 
that because Juliel was uncovered 
thai Pauline should I think it's her 
business " 



to me. they weie jusi iwo jnnoceni 
1"! year -olds who halched ihis ab 
soluiely cra/y plan ihai had no 
chance of working " 

Despite ihe film's fantasy se- 
quences. Jackson ".ays He.Tvenly 
Creatures" isscnipuKius to (hcfa: IS. 
"Wc visualircd whai » as iniemal 
lied in their minds, although Ihe 
girls had written a lot of this stuff 
down l"he sequence showing ihe 
so-called Fourth Woild, where the 
sc mbby hilllop charifcs inlii a magi 
cat garden, was an i-veni Pauline 
chronicled in her diary It was like 
a shared hallucination Pic diary 
and these novels were presented at 
die trail and analyzed by psycholo- 



gists, so the records were there for 
u-s to use 

"I wanted their fantasy world lo 
not be totally safe and cut," Jackson 
adds "I warned to show how they 
created and controlled the fantasy, 
but later on, how it starts to control 
them The clay creatures have a 
grotesque, unfinished edge to 
them" 

On the eve of the release of 
"Heavenly Creatures" in 
Chnsichurch. Jackson hopes the 
film will help New Zealanders look 
beyond the gossip and undei<>tand 
this temble tragedy "Not to come 
on like Oliver .Stone, but I hope the 
film will redefine people's-espe- 
cially young peoples-perception 
of Ihe case 

'There's nothing in the film of 
any substance thiii we invented or 
changed for dramatic purposes.The 
drama is all there in real life I 
wanted to give the story a lot of 
energy and humanity and even hu- 
mor, but to walk a fine line so that 
as we're appioaching the murder, 
you tighten the screw s on the audi- 
ence " 

Jackson's kinetic slorytelliiig 
abilities are alrealy opening doors 
in Hollywood Director Robert 
('Torrcsl Gump") 2Vmeckis will 
produce his next film. "The 
I nghteners," which Jackson de- 
scribes as a "homir movie, a Mack 
comedy murder mystery where 
some of the key characters are, in 
fact, ghosts." 



MACARONI AU FROMAGE 

(EAT WITH GUSTO FOR ABOUT 5I< PER SERVING.) 



2 cups macaroni (pinwheels are fun) 

1 cup sharp cheddar (grated) 

1/2 stick butter 

1 tsp Worcestershire (if you lilce) 



1 cup milk 
3 tbs flour 
1 tsp pepper 
1 tsp salt 



Cook macaroni in 5 cups salted, boiling water for 15 
minutes or until al dente. Drain. In a separate pot, melt 
butter and mix in flour over low heat. Then, stir in milk 
until smooth. Add cheese, salt, pepper and Worcestershire. 
Stir well. Smother macaroni. Serves 4. 



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PkcM> KulfNure 1% cmtm^ Mck 
an iiproai m Httftt. i liwt Ihe 
.PlEano mdd. indMid. MapMi i<» 
«t« I Me on TV. mNtM. mewm. 
aKrrawmrM. 

I' » ■ncii«l|)H|l|llHiilfc M BW 
«hy pmirfc iw Kin thiKked t>y a 
drpKWM of a aMfc. tm mxiii" io 
have no prnMM|iiM|'imii(y clait 



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K«l|iiiwr I mink dM imny of ihr 
twtieam at iMiawafe of ihc leal 
value al ihc Knlpniic The M.ylp 
wre i« nm only » lady »ir(« hiy 

twm». Imi a iwiiknig iiioilct of ^ 
Picaiio A« almosl everyone 

knowk.ncmKiwa!ioneaf Ihr inosi 
ramovi Misu in h» nine, and *e 
iiudei* ijf ttiKpm CmHett shotild 
he proud lo lii«c ■ Kulninr such 
a* mi* M (NV OMiiM. We thniild 
tm shhM lliai ummm ihnnghi 
l^gM} Clinch abcml nm «ch«.l lo 
dMMe a KMlpiiire <il ihij; masni'^ 
mtle. 

I M"ilMl wMe of Ihe tmdem 
hody it , JHH hwlting far wimrihtng 
M'CiMpWaalMMt. We lu«'e a wide 
vmmf of cbMct m etumt ftom. 




ditor 



mre ihe least hit dcmeaimg io»»d 
women Then again. I don r u.u 
ally jet w<>rke«l up ahcwt things 
Ihiii dun I directly jffevi oi hwm 
me in v«>me w;i> 

I leel thai M is in the (vm itueieiu 
of the vhool in leave the v.-nlpiurr 
where il i* To move the tculpltire 
m Ihe an httiMmi! « BuiUing L 
wouM ju»l inc ur mm unneeded 
coMsfef Ihr school I think thaioui 
ftHMteif ihoukl he belief >peni on 
wntMhwc thai afltcts our lewninf 





Ax w the 

nan of Ar pta. dJMBrtiiii it 

I •» 

laikcadRoptwy 

all women, or one 

IkMlnlMtWMinT ImrilyAMi'i 

^ MHKC' Mtt HlM|IMf '(pCC If 

« • Mi^MM tm»^mf iJuinF 
Ml HfBR. m^iwr. Yon hwk «p 

■ Kip loCllicain l»i y«ar 10 Mr te' 
wondmfal Bntcia valpwifi tn 

rmMPMTHMac.iweimMic.DIS- 
n *TE» f|g«Nt. MMt wMi mc 
mmkdiMtlepMt-^' 

lwaotio.»«ei 

wteic Hit. in • MilMy vitiMr Ma 
•Itit' il can lanv imesiMM md 
pmwoke «ftwwM0M. W( kmm ei - 
ceiiew wiafVNCiiliMaHlM'liiii.' 
hiwycoincsatnriMitelW'ikncwIw 
we unfaMllai wiUi why and how 
«ii»i»'nwke(ii1, 

MllyaiiMiMlacj 

r ■ pi(«.'» t>r conrMi mni) a 

hack haJ1>«j'V 

:.i>di> 

irsjufitasculptBtc 

to impmm m m mmx mick 
mgm0m$ "The Manicr'. I mmM 
Itkt 10 voitre mv tiqififwt fof i|te< 



f^TZJ l-< 



I cMt tell 

WHAT THAT 15, 

BUT a: n>iD 

IT STRAWGELY 

ifcllli — ■ ■ "— ■ M ^ 






mmmOMKtalffm ir)Klicn.aid 
• mmOam faciWiy io kmn m - 
So wiMi ctac m iiie«e lo Goovlann 
•IMM mxfi • icnlpaie in <wf 
connyaiit'* 

To mH you die nh. I never 
«vflii aMiml Ihe w«i|mii« irniil I 
•ead.j'«i«rreeeni.i«Ucte. Alteriead- 
im II. I Iml to hieraiiy |ii into the 
CiMnyiMliand kKik at the -'8iii.her" 
■k'Ntt milliil all iht fuos w jB ahoui 
Atei ImAini ai il, fi>i a ninii.ir « 
iwnJeoulahi'llielphiiiaJiniyieir 
what Mk lii«dfcal wm. I watni the 
taM M (rffaidttl It}: Ike an work 
llM t* all « i*. Alt all. .)M art 
««k. Nm a iah' ai ilii- Wmwi 
SimtfUh imnii. mm a «iiiiiic iw iii 
Ihe i-iMfiyiifiiM.ilEnMiM.ihc Iriiiifc 
•eachrn mti tMlMiK 

I., inj'irif. am a imn-Mie te- 
tnato «iiilfw with tmmt gadu and 
view* of my own 

I *m*l fiml the *ftilp. 



nthenhanowoptnians 

A* »iJf the proieslen. I would 
JIM like K) sa> RE1.AX Ai least 
relas wml "nie Bather " ititnps off 
her cvment hose and oipit you some 
day Of doei wiae other foon at 
REAt damage 10 you If thai li nol 
enough, you may want to comidn 
adifreimlnxiieloy>wrctaiuie<( . or 
mayhe mvesi in MTOe hi«c Nind- 

Anonymow 
Tlie vwlce nrcvmnnOiip 

tlrii' v.ii.t hjv .iskcj Ihjl 

Pic»»o'» Bather Ns renmvinJ, and 

^ta m an aMrmw uwriof kw- 
turn. The voice ««*■« thai it i% oflta- 
m Wtat th» voice ttiskmj n 
twi Ihr prtitec'tjon of wonrn ii« 
dent*, hut ceftwi'stap <:€ an. 

f>i.i'untlb> ii\ vtrf\ 

h'cevlom of" rt 

■:i: tn<wghi.. It hax an 



ohiijtation 10 provide an enMron 
mem protecled ftom perMHial pieju 
dice and hia*. no matter its origin 

1 was surpnted to heat that this 
voice belongs to Tern Ellis Ms 
Ella n the President of the .Student 
Senate Het piisition re\{uires that 
she protect the rtghls of the snident 
tx)dy 

People » ho chot>se elected of 
fice are re«]ujred to set aside thev 
personal agenda and serve all their 
constituents If she is unable or 
iinw.lling to protect Ihe First 
Aniendnieni nghts o( hei fellow 
studeni*. perhaps she thould re 
«gn 

Dooihy Morii/o 

A 90's woman? 

I have two major complainu I 
wouW like to express about the 
position of the Woman's Strength 
riuh First of all. Terry Ellis states 
ihai Ihe piece doev not fit "ilie 
tmjge of the 9(rs woman " What 
rs.«;i!y is the nineties womiin any 
way j/x) do you honeslly expect an 
.irtist who died in IV73 10 design a 
st.ituethat wcxiMaccommodale the 
e»[)ectation> and Ihe limitations of 
J generation 2(>* years ahead of 
him ' W here do we draw Ihe line'' 
Arc (iteek statues offensive and 
should he banned because they do 
noi show the 9(l's man ctodied 
wiling on the sofa with a remote 
control in their hands ^ Secondly . 
Ihe group complam* ahcwt the use 
of taxpayer* money. ($9,665 the 
piece is worth $5(ll».OI«)|. to have 
the sculpture installed but then is 
hypocniical m saying we. the lax 
(Myen.shouMpay the same amount 
10 have It trmoved So, in essence. 
slie'ssjyingweshixiklpaySJIll.dtiii 
lot something she believes we 
shouldn't have s(vni any money 
on. 

Swr (he group i% cnmiod to 
Iheif own opinion hui having it 
lemoved fi» their «4e is giving 
iWo a group that is onlv a small 
fraetinn nf >h,- vi,i,irni )v,p„l.!H(.ti 
W'hen.,... . • 
ihafpoii! 

:i K'aiitiful ibiiii; ikH s..>iiKttu«g we 
shivuld be ashamed of 
Jeff IMes 



Who deflnes art? 

It's not just a feinimsi issue. 11 
goes deeper than that I'm sure my 
male colleagues would agree itiai 
many male artists, including 
Picasso, were and aic sexist There 
IS no question about it The only 
way to challenge that is to over- 
throw capitalist patnarchy which I 
don't think wecan do in our tiMdest 
setting here al Harper in a couple of 
days. 

The real question here is. "Is 11 
artr and should ihecollegcexhibii 
11 publicly if it offends peopk?This 
is an educational instiiubon: what 
bener place to display ii. where it 
can raise questions aboul sexism, 
censorship and fieedtm of exprcs 
sion The college has a responsibil- 
ity to exhibit u 

Should II be exhibited oouide? 
If we accept and respect it as an aid 
in order to maintain its integrity as 
a work of an. it must be exhiNled 
outside because that is where it wa-s 
designed 10 go 

I personally welcome the con- 
troversy 

Rusty Herzog 

Prof Art Depanment 

The right to express 

I am wnimg this letter with re- 
gard to your article about 'The 
B alher " I am priv i ledged to be sMe 
to wnie down my feelings about 
the movemera to have this anwoili 
removed and to have my feelings 
appeal in a publication That is my 
nght a.s a citi7rn of ihis country — 
to nol have n\\ words or expres- 
sions subieci u> censoiship, which 
IS fxiKilv whai IS hemg suggested 
by this ladical feminist who has 
vlancd this complaint 

How fortunate she is 10 he able 

to hiive ba feelings published in 

thecollege new spaper with the *«« 

greaicxposureas The Bather", the 

leadsiory' Hei words are noiclolhed 

Of hidden deep w irhin the publica- 

ivi in n hi-ie onlv ih.ise who wish 10 

1 «ill have the opponu- 

- so The spotlight thevc 

woiils have received is suangely 

S«e letters, poge 7 



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IMy RushaksH. Andrea Hri.sl«, William Karr, Rand. Ruchalski, Gail Gianpetro, 

Ah-xandru Sacalis. Maria launn 

General inrormation 

r%Hj*,,jpT»^««l«|H*>l«tKm lor te Harper Cdli^campusconvmunitv. published h,w«>Uv Ihrourfvmt the 

2isrs,tsL'^''r* "' ''~' "^'^ ^^'^^^ '^ i.s.nbu,.,i w to au s,ud«,i sr»s 

LaMris riili<y 

"" "'*"!ir'*'Z~"* '^*" » <he««l*>f ind«pli« »onf idiloryJs. Lelle.5 must be «gr»d and md.ud. a *Kiai 
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January 26, 199S 



C3assifieds^Purs(Mials 



Page? 



Letters from page 6 
tiiraUf lo ihai of Picato's tyn- 
bol of free exinMian. 

This is 00 wtuncn't novc- 
■CM. This tf aiBiiitay afimoler- 
Mce Yoo ncogmit H. inioler- 
mct. the ihtni; you $te every- 
where people wtniung becauie 
wmethtng. anyihmg. offends 
ibem They even brioirtietr whin- 
ing IOC oum oTIaw aid me people 
for Ihnr turd-earned money be- 
cause of iniolerance of free ex- 
pression 

There I s no negMive ponrayai 
ofawonwn h en TMssymoMizes 
KcaMo's right to free nprcMioo 
and our right to have it dnpiaycd 
and fell proud to possess aadi ■ 
valu;ihlc piece of art hy an inter- 
luuionally Wnown artist We are 
not required to like "The Bather" 
h« ID appreciate our right 01 free- 
dom and respect olhen' right to 
the same 

And by the way. if you see 
this Miza Eillis. Pt EASE slop 
whining' Yoti we realty portray- 
ing women in a negative way and 
cenamly not fiitiog the image of 
the Ws women. 

An Art Student 

On a difTerent note 



1 cart aboM animals enotigh 
10 haw 18 di>gs and Jt cats 
(Strays, ni»w spayed or neutered i 
I care ntxwt mimiis on oui pub 
Ik lands, loo I don't buy beef 
Anyone cai refrain frcxn buying 
beef 

Nobody can bni^ back ttom 
eitmclKm species threatened by 
cattle overgrazing on ow puMic 
lands, lands further menaced by 
special interest backed gfD«|M. 
in western states and rural coun- 
ties, who are trying to wrest con- 
trol at our land from our govcro- 
ment. 

Considertng extensive lob- 
bying by cattle interests, beef 
yon eat nay pay for the defeat of 
many nf your own rmiBrtMril 
and causes Still, every Ameh- 
canis free lobe a part of a "Save 
Our Public l.ands -Don't Buy 
Beef* movement 

Our threatened land in the 
west should be i matter of great 
concern lo students at William 
Rainey Harper College jusi is 
surely as AmerKons far removed 
from fVarl Harbor had reason for 
concern before WorU War II 

James Gnffm 

Fallon. Nevada 



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Personals 



To My Sweetheart Ken, 
From the first moment I saw 
you, my eyes lit up from the 
warmth that radiated from 
your soul. If you continue 
smiling each time 1 sec you, 
1 shall have lo gather the 
courage to share with you 
my affections. Love, 

Your Secret Admirer 

To Big Mac 

Two all beef patties, special 
sauce, lettuce, cheese, 
pickles, onions on a se.same 
seed bun... all over the 
hallway floors of Harper! I 
WANT MY BIG MAC! 
NOT BURGER KING! 

Troublemaker 

To Clash. . I may have left 
my 'mark' on Harper 
College my first week 
heft', but that was just a 
warm-up 1 am woman, 
hear me roar! 
Lady A 



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Suddrnix. huxmg b ih* lalrft 
film 1 1 (razt. Link mimifr: It ' ( 

irtiii u,r iht heart tmti ii huihh 

iht >•■ : ■-■-■ " ■,„• mil (mh 

f"""- ■'imeami 

littmintm nm r»rciiu\* haxmg 

d$e$tm»m^ ' '.'/.- 

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.twA m running ,>r tn Im^ thai 
repnttrdly putfintumihtftim* 
wmsfkionJ finnly 

(Fhmi V S Nc»A A World 
Report. May 10. I«1) 

Ulilumg d multi-fnccWid ap- 
proach. Pugs Boxing aiMlFitne^s 
CciMCT. Inc . I «2 W . A IgoiKjuin 
Rd. m ihe Harper Plata, will ctm- 
unue lis succesi. in nuirkeiing the 
new fiincis comcp* of t>o«in(> 
muBMig. Pugi will he prmidini 
hiUy certified USABI- (Uniied 
Sttiet of America Bming Fetj- 
CMiont traincn. in a «iaie<if-ihe 
■It faciliiy with ihe laiesi tn 
weight (raining naui i'iirdio-v;i5- 
cuiar amenities. 

The Noithside Boning Gym 
in Chicago (tnginiiled m a facil- 
Hy for compeitiive righters in 
1992. In July of I ^X tJary and 
Urn Deibry exaniuied Ms poic*- 
IW ai a recicatiaaai gym cater- 
iB| lo fitness caihusiasLt.. They 
decided lo buy the Northside 
Boxing Gym. changed the name 
lo Piigf and have inuned a wide 
v»iety of memhen. vary mg ftwn 
an II year old Silver-Olovcs 
Champion lo a 70 year old 
woman who pariictpated in 
ctescs once a week At the 
I»*line Pugs. Harper student. 
laeGH wilt train for (he upcimi- 
ing Golden Gloves itxirnamem. 
I9»» proved lo be ancxciting 
MdiiKcessfiilyeirforPtifi. Per- 
•oiiaUy traimng Dtinny Bonadute 
liir a WU'P spt«mred charity 
event. Bonaduce went the three 
rnundK lo be crowned "Cham- 
pion". agaiMI Donny OiiiKiad 
mJaniBvy. They again trained 




two 



I (M m «w Aigi ring. MM* tw biMkiQ ii no! quia nody 



ral. of Ii upKlad lo Da in pkK* lor Pug • F«b. I on»d oiMning. 

Pefe Protat photo 



Bonaduce to box a reporter from 
(he "Inside f-ditK>n" Iclrvtfion 
program November 5. M the 
MGM Grand Hotel in lax Ve- 

Thc event followed ihe 
George Foreman Michael 
Moorer Heavyweight Champi- 
onship Boul. This was ihe firM 
lime ever an amaieur event w« 
on the same card as a profes- 
ikmal cliamiMondtip bow. Even 
■wvetetnarkalile. it was the firti 
usiDgCRBArulcs. 

CRBA iChicagoland Recre- 
ational Boxing AsKK-ialion I was 
formed for this newly creaed 
noarketioimvidellieceacaiional 
Mhleie with competitive oppor- 
wnities. CRBA rotes allow for 
larger, softer and mi->rB htiidy pro- 
lection, making these competi- 
tions altratiiveto die recreational 
athlete desiring competition lo 
apply acquired tliills wiihout (he 



punt!;hmeni of a full contact 
spiwt CRBA shows arc held four 
limes a year. 

Dtie lo the success of Pugs in 
Chicago, die Dobry ' s decided lo 
open another club in Palatine. 
Ihe first boning club to open in 
the Chicago suburbs. The new 
club, opening Feb. 1. will fea- 
ture a 20 f«it. competition s«e 
ring, men's and women's locker 
rotmis. state-of-the-art workout 
equipment and a Pro Shop wh ich 
will meet ihe markeCs demand 
for high quality boxing equip- 
menl necessary for participalion 
iii the sfuvri. 

"Pugs'" IS ,1 unique and excit- 
ing entry into the health and fit- 
ness iitdusirs : bringing the aero- 
bic anil s . ■nJitioning benefits of 
boxing 1.' K)ih Ihe recreational 
alJiletc and physical fitness en- 
dtusiast. 

Some of boxing's appal is 



no doubt il.v novelty and a typical 
60-90 minute boxing workout 
bums a minimum of 500 calo- 
ries, comparable to an advanced 
aerobics or step class. This is 
serious dala for fitness enthusi- 
asts and those who wish to bum 
fat. 

"People who don't want lo 
tram to be competitive might just 
want to jump rope or work widi 
focus mitts." said Dotiry. "rhe 
trainer moves around the ring 
with mitts on Uieir hands and the 
person hits the mitts withixilhav- 
ing to be hit by someone else. 
Also. It helps work on hand-eye 
coordination, endurance and self 
discipline " 

When asked if there would be 
a lot of members al Ihe new club 
wilh competition from the 
aerobK's classes taught by local 
health clubs and schools. Gary 
said, "A round of boxing is like 



sprinting for three minutes 
straight. With aerobics and odier 
sports, people cannot get their 
heart rate up as high as with 
boxing." 

Bodi Gary and Lisa Dobry 
are very community conscious, 
especially since both graduated 
from Harper College in 1 98.'! and 
know the community. They al- 
ready have jumped into the youdi 
scene by creating the P.A.Y. 
( Pug's Afterschool Youdi) Box- 
ing program. Participants mast 
maintain at least 2.0 grade point 
average in order to he eligible to 
stay in the program. The youth 
are also eligible for the Pug's 
Boxing Team. 

So if you arc interested in 
getting fit. you might want to try 
boxing as an exciting alternative 
to aerobic and weight (raining. 



Circle 



SW» iwimnang WBBk women's bnskelhaii WR- wie«tiii« 



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DaakinSl 
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MBB-vf. 

coOcfBor 

IM^inCha 
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WBB- v» 
Cclicseaf 

IM>ai*iiGiai 
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Feb 1 


SW- v» College 


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M>.4 

MBB- vs. Joliet 

alJoliet. 7 p.m. 
WBB- vs. Joliet 
■: Jotiel, S p^m. 
WR- VS.U of 
WiKoann- Eaa 
CWkmEh 
Claire. 9 a.111. 



Feb 7 

MBB vs Rock 
Valley in 
Rockfotd.7 
p.m. 

SW-«.fTT« 
home. 2 p.m. 
WBB vs Rock 
Valley in 
Rockford, 5 

PJB. 



Feb. II 

MBB- VI. 

Dhmis Valley « 

boaie.7pjB. 

WBB- 

vi..llliooii 

VaDey at home, 

Spjn. 

WR-vs. 

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•ThiseditMaaf TV 
Hartmgtr '\% amm% lo 
the Haipcr CoaMuaiiy 
eartwr than ususal for 
one ve{y iioponani 



HaqKT coflege 
olRcMb were mrormmi 
byjihoneFch 2(rf« 
•licfcd liMe-nigiii leiuai 
mtauJi on ilie I 
caiB|iu« Jm. 30. 

Thw. piMHH call 
raised a number of 
unfMMttm iMue5< whidi 
we at the Harbinger 
N^liev» caniKM he placed 
an the buck f>i»-v,..r 
Thereftwi rt 

bas been fv«iac vy ine 
cmiwnewipiperilalTto 
Mm you the MOM 
nf»K»«te 







*F!cto«MiyiiAftican 
AwBitoii Ifcuny 
Momh AccMmiioaiD 
kick off (he nwaft WM 
held Feb I m Harpers 
A builtbng. and picture* 
■Ml impmsKHis ordM 
kKkaffcaaberowdan 
page 6 of ihia week's 
Harhmner. 




inew carpet 

lM|Ui|NUeM 

iKUalled Find out what 
else IS new on page 12.. 




Investigation stalled 

Officials say little can be done until alleged victim speaks 



•I'niiiiiiiniiiimi 



NtwtiJIW 



Wai iline a icimI 
ibe lluiTw CoXkft 

pMaiclylaM.wceliT'nic 



wi iw abiciice 0la 
poit unl ■ lack, of 
cvMncc. HsupfrPiibilc Silteiy W 
pm'MM Kevin KMiMaid:he bamo^ 
cbiact bal K)' pm Ike Ftablk Saleiy 
iiiveiiiigaliM <ni hold, iVe m 



npMatikiiiiini.- Kiiwtaid. 
Ibr inwiiiaiKMt begw !«« 
Mqwi afficiafec 
••M contacinJ by ih» BHiiMr of a 
nmdcM wbo toM nfficitis ber 
bai bMi miiaily ai- 
icHVailaiL)0.'tbi)nl]r 
iilif tCl p.m 

The alleied vkwhi — ■ hh. 
dM. accominK •» Mw|»r"» Vice 
Piai(kM«f SbalM.Affiii.'* B«mm 
!lO'lhii 



flMljrKdMn. Maqitf CkMnii- 
naji MaHaasMinatii, laldaffi- 
ciak only kwMr iboat *( uppMVM 
anackhccaiMttteaHe«MlvictiM-t 



and called Henry to mmf He 

Kbool or ■ poMiMe ntug flMS 
— not to «e aay kbid; orafficW: 
■epon. tta^m *m coimaMiaa. 
*-'t— Tiirlibr Trnw iilMiil iibt. 
only conucicd ibc icbmil «ai of 
dHV'Caicenifodtepari 
'WecaoMXiakciiaii 



of a crurunal ^exiul 

became there h no idenit^ 
Be* viaim. mi ttiere is no fmi 
bMd ivpan of a cnminiil sernia) 
Ktauh." King UK) Al tl>is nme »e 
have Sftoken with her nd at ihi>. 
point itaeie is no acuvc attempt lo 
■e-cnmact bcr. Yoti kmw. kind oi 

Atack aodMcwbettibewMsio 
ft*." 

~tf sbHibe mather) wanted lo 
ctomttBaBdiaakeareponwiihihc 
aadiorilie*. the's had adequjie 
opponwiity lo do dial IS of now 
f ' « tare dial her primaty cuncera 
I* the cnmiaBal welter of het 
I'm Mite thai <Jiell do 

I's in the heu imereM of her 
andwr'lllea«eiiiipio 
her, If the hasn't come m by now. 
caiKqi taraglia will noi (ei her w 

Tbe awlhef aaid her dauj^i 
•aa apfniacbed by a Mooi, I 
Mcb, MMU awMiqi a Mack kadw 
jacket. cawwihonaadabaMbaa 
cai>.aiiiaideBidkia(LsbadyaAer 
die Miranr cloned Ian )0 How 
ever, deiaih are icane. 'Tbecam 
limil* ha««a-| yt« officially baea 
dew rna i wd . Henrv «aid 

Hewy Mid the mother also 
■nrmioned during ihe call that (be 
wa« fnendi with a Harper facafty 
nnnber. Hemy adibe spoke widi 
*«l Iteahy aMiter — wboae 
DMB bat not hem reieaied — aid 
•Bited the faculty member knew 
aswellasdievKtiffl. In 
Henry said Ihe fKnlty 
believed die sexinl n- 
lault leally did l^ place Md wb 
in no way a hoax. 




rAIUNO 1X)T I 



rAKKlNG LOT U 



Wia rad orrowj in mil schwnotlc rapraaant adhar BulMkig L or 
F axitj highiv cofiskJ^ad ot poaiibia toccrttont til ma oBaoad 
taxuol (Mock Jon. 30. Tlw blua anowt Mpfataid Buiiana L 
«*poaiW». but iwl kkahr. to biv«dv.d bi ma odagad cfkna 

"•***■ Jon OBrteri 



Because of the dau{>hier'i si- 
lence, though, few details are 
kaown bbout the events of Jat 30. 
iiicbidbit "« e«»:i locaboo of ihe 
alleied anack "All the infoma- 
liflo we have has been received 
dUDugb dK mother of dM alleged 
vicliiii. lo we don't know die spe- 
cific locabon." King said. "We 
haw noi talked lo die victim, diere- 
foie we can only iheocize B 10 die 
specific location of die allc(ed in- 
cident. 

Tbeie is alwcoaAisioiianav 
Harper school ofTicials as to what, 
when, why and how die incident 
wok place, if Midi. 



"We are speculating ihai it oc- 
cuired somewhere souUi of Build- 
ing F There are two practical exits 
from the hbrary One is die soiiib- 
east door ofBuildingFwhKh leads 
out to parting lot 1 2 and Ihe odier 
is die soodi door of Building L 
However, it is very unlikely thai ii 
wotUd occur at die soudi door of 
Building L — it is a well lii vesti- 
bule and entrance " 

Tbe Palaune Pobce Depamm 
wai contacted early in the investi- 
gation despite die alleged attack 
being out of its jurisdiction. 

"We contacted the Palatine 

we Assault on poQe 6 



Harper students can learn how to protect themselves 



Tbe fottoMriiv is a bit of 
one-iimc Harper College 
lexual assault awareness pro- 
gtains detdgncd lo help wil- 
dcats, fbealiy. and ttafTcoiie 
widi die Rccni leiaal Mack 



Taeatkiy« Fcftcvaey 7 — 6 
p m. A2JS - CaavM Fawn on 
Sexual Aasaok 

Wc«Mi*gr, rciiraary • — 
12 p.m.. A242 • Campus Forum 
on Sexaal Auaub 

"nmnlmj, Ffkraary 9 — 
1 2: 1 3 piB..Cidbetta IM Bay * 6 



pm . A242 - ScirOetRue Semi- 
nar 

TiNsday. February 14 — 
1:30 p.m.. A242 - Acquaimance 
Rape Pleventian 

Wcdwiday. Febnary 15 - 
6 pm., A24I - Sexual Assault 
PievcBiioa 



TMaday.Febraary 21 — 
II am.. A242 A 12:30 pm 
Northea-st Center - Self De- 
fense Seminar 

See pate 6 for mote infbr- 
madoa about protection from 
and education about sexual at- 
tacks. 



Harper receiving at least $350,000 in state funding 



mmbma 



TbcIHiaaislaMlafWgber 

Eahicanon has recommended Wil- 
liiim Ramcy HatperCoHege lobe 
one of 3.5 projects in line lo re- 
ceive oulliom of dollars m state 
funding. 

Haiper has abeady becB do- 
ciiBO Ml umiii fnm of ^pprau- 
M«ly SSmOOO frna Gowiwir 
Ji»Sd|p»'s<ilRcc Mo««wr.ibai 



.r basbecn released for pre- 
HmaiBiy piaanmg purposes otily. 
acconiBg to HarperCol lege Dean 
of Strategic Planning William 
Howard 

He said die rest of die M.2 
million recommended by the Illi- 
nois Board must he pul forth and 
passed m die Governor's budget. 
wfaKb wilt be sent lo die legisla- 
n«e. beCoR die scbooi can re^ 
the benifits. 

TbeHartNacerbasle«Hd Ac 



! legislaiue will undoubtedly 
have to draw a hne someplaGe OB 
die bst in dicir efforts lo paia ibe 
state budget, and it appews na- 
Idiely diat all (rf die projects will 
survive die budget cuts Accord- 
ing to Howard. Harper cuncndy 
Finds itself a disiam twenty-first 
on die hsi of 33 proiects. a possi- 
Ny oucial piacemem depending 
on die severity of die cuts. 

In die evem dial Harper is not 
saaifioed in ibe stale's budget 



cuts, Williams explained, die 
school will u.se die S6 2 million to 
MU an additional building on 
campus grounds — if realized it 
will be called "Building W." The 
purpose of die planned buiUing is 
stiU unclear. 

Several ideas diat have snr- 
ftcBi point to addibonal clats- 
rootns, telecommunication labo- 
ntoiies, as well as an auditoinim 
dial might be used by Haper's 
dniad e p at t i aeut 



Harper News 



The Hubingcr 



Point of View marks 25 years of progress 



IMm of Vlrw. Ha>ptr'» mtitm liicr«.are 
mi m ■mniJMi mtMUkai m 1970, it cn- 
WriiigMi25*ynr«fp>MK«ia« Agronpof 



gndHlly •«xticd MndnNi nMacootmlor ttt 



ri,imofVlewimmmlimt%€tmmmm 

I of good «d iMdtipilMcct. Tkyat 

I cciffntMnco wilfc Imil MIMO 

k Mi racotmnoo kavc pn>*ki»t mb- 

dnM «■* iM iw *l i . l ii OT i wt taipnincai. 

lHMVfic|n«4»iWHalI. "AiDKMirvcry 
jmr MMMtfiiiig loa* wKM| and itien we have 
loruN hioKofdKlinigiiihaililD.'wNl 
Dr FiM* Smilh. Pamt af V'«w» Ulciiry 
atmmolHyttn. 

t4oMiil tftc proMtm tfwi occmsM w» 
dlyMlMMlMttDdowithihcpnniaOK 
Ok book used won 
t book. vMb att of m 



*op. The took fM foam M tte pnaan.' 
Dr.SiMaiiaid.11wbaakcMldi'itcip>M*Ht 
aadriwMitf ca«Mi'iaHi»kaokb«fc. "The 
Moiy I head was KM At an adviaor of ihal 
yew ««« tote fn«an..jnMe<aBor(fMw 
a^Vvw'OMHNiaiaBd Ml.~ nid Dr Smdi 

*AboM diRc yem afs ih* frimer who 

lOtdiejobwaM'tabktDdDlkejak. 

Tkey didn't have a caBMn *a( ««t 
Me 10 ikoM la>ta piacca of «■*■! 
aft' tht m advter. hal Sai*. 
cadada^Mfeiagaykaac of the larfe 
lliect of an aad. pMbng ii in drffer 
CM li|kwnce«diuon>. ihcx a rott of 
flhBaadkaddKpnMendevckifdK 
beat picaae Thaii, he kad 10 dn«« M 
dK pnai ihop ahaoM daily ID paah 
"Acnially diey 
I a beaaolal book.' 
Di. 

Hmm haiia alao haca iMher kiadi of dC" 
tf*impadKm$fomt{ifVlfw Inoaecaie. 
' kad 10 naa die magajune't wotfc 
a Okie oa dM staff bocaaie dw 
kadaotwiaMybawiiicirk'iaiBaitTTiefMioa 
ifet |a*c d 10 had ID woifc oa d aiglH aad dqr 
ID get it H a i a had. 

"For a while. M hxihad idtt dK fiwrary 
•dilor'i poaMioa waa joned One after an- 
odler. d» iMengy ediiors w er e bc iie BBd widt 
■laior illncM (dunng the nudAt of paBiat 
AwHof Virw tofedwr).'' Dt. SaMi mcaBad 

OaceddDtjiiM 
kHycaaMkack afkf 



11^ lilaKiamm had la be coUeded and de- 
tMnyad A leitrr had to be wrMen u die 
p abl ii her of Ibe hook fmm which the pirres 
were stolen "Thtiwat a very trying suuation 
bccauw dw collete had been exiiosed to 
powbte lawmi of dieft of nKileclBai ratifv 
eny. " Dr Smith aaid. Howtvec. Iheie wa« no 
lawsuit against the college. 

In the «|)rmg of '71. die Mafazuie viirtcd 
ap toiiw Goaamcrfy due to m cover featut 
■agadlaaiatnfhair-nakedwciaien Dr Smnh 
•aid dial, waae people dKMighl M wa» very 
olicini'i*. A* dK laagaine wcai to prcts. a 
unfile beown cover reading "/»i»»irof Vim 
wa»pnlonlop.atd»iigfaDr SmidlKnotmirc 
if thai was pan of the deugr or aol. 

Over dK yeani. dieic bat KM beca an 
obvKxn change of content in dK tmtrtar 
exicpi dtai die anwort dm was paHMied 
nsky Some of die earlier 
wwk WB mote visually uanling 
accoidingloDr Smith "My seme » dial (hey 
were ukmg bigger chances widi dieir art 
(Ball n tccem yean a hit of die attwotk 
iMins 10 be very well crafled." he added. 

The money for foMif afVirw como from 
Student ActivitK\whichesiaMishes die bud 
get. Evh Deccaibcr, a leiies of speciTica- 
liona for dK wataiinf. including <am aad 
aianiierafpagc^^cdelninined Thenmba 
of MdMBisMonf does not affect the lengdi of 
die mataaae. which has been 44 pages ior a 




**nM Tg****^ can have a signifi- 
cant value for the person who gets 
published in it (as well aM a significant 

edocatioiial valoc for the editors.*' 

Dr. Franic Smilh, 
Point of View Literary Advisor 



loni line. Larfec page siic* ate p r e fe i ie d 
because it gives die students more room to 
•oak. ladieearly70's,/Vw»ir<)fVIewaie«lio 
be paMiahed Iwice a yeat. but il was very 
ihott rescmblitv a pamphlet 

In 1 988 {t9. Poini of Vint won dK award 
fof Beat Design Idc coDege nagaiiaes in die 
couavy. e««a bcMing font year laavcrsioes 
and UaK actools. That year's cdNor knew a 
lot a boat d e sign before taking die job. using a 
dtsiga coBccpl dut was woven ail die way 
caccavAagloDi.Saiidi. 



1Nac«lao*ofpaa)Woinfaf Vtow covarsw 
pMMeoHon s lwaiil » Mli <»»iivat»orv. Pete 

OdKr don dial issue. dK magazine has never 
been submilted for awards. 

"But It's unreasonable lo expect to pro- 
dace a magatme Idie dtat ever agim. Most 
smdeMB are here to learn and don't know 
everydiiag coming in We just hope lo pro- 
duce 1 good, clean magazine." Dr Smith 
said. If someone has good ipanal sense, they 
can learn how to layout and design die 
p^s well 

Some of dK students who have 
worked with Poiia of Virw. or who 
have been published in it during dK 
early years, have pursued senous an 
and writing careers Tom Billings, a 
Harper student published in Poiiii of 
View over 10 years ago. now has 
artwork shown in dK Chicago Galler- 
ies. "He was agood art student when 
he was here" and developed a good 
reputation, said Dr. Smidi. 

One earlKT student whose artwork was 
published in dK magazine, was offered a 
coainct for bis an before he left Harper. 
Several students whose writing was published 
have continued to get degrees ui creative 
vmnng. Some published students have used 
dK folnr a/ Virw m dKir portfolio lo help 
them get inio a school oi to get a scholarship. 
"The magazine can have a significani vilue 
for the person who gets published in It ( as well 
ai) a significani educational value for dK 



oa ciaolad lo ha0 calabaodv wia 

Probst photo 



' Dr. Smith said. 

In dedication to 25 years of ptxxluction. 
Paul Smidi created a collage that consists of 
all of dK Point of View covers. Also on the 
dimensional collie is a pair of glasses, paiat 
brushes, pens, bottles of ink, lubes of paint, 
and a small model airplaiK. 

Submissions arc still being accepted for 
second semesier. The deadline is Fri., Feb. 
17. All submis.sions should have a release 
form attached, available in the an office, 
liberal arts office, or room L324. LiKranne 
should be delivered to L324 and an in any 
medium should be turned in to dK An Depan- 
ment office 

Three cash awards wordi $100 are avail- 
kMe. The Vivi» SKward award is the oldest 
award. Vivian SKward was involved with 
public relations widi Harper in dK60's. Afler 
she died, her family left soitk moiKy for dK 
college to be used for dK literary award The 
Poinl of View awvd also goes k> a liietary 
submission The Ray Mills award goes to an 
artwork submission 

Over the years, a lot of learning has taken 
(riace And. according to Dr Smith, Ihai's 
what Harper is about ( a place) of opponu- 
nity." 

Nou: A compleu list of Point of View 
contributors over ihe past few years appears 
on page 10 in this weeks Harbinger 




aad so dM tfK imsi adilor. 

The pnaiiiaa ttm tm adMon like is ai- 
waytachaiiagt. hatiadmntaliaays- Sown 
)waii.alMoftabmnMonsha*tba« aui a MW »- 
aiad ala>a 200 — whde i 
had aaly SO. SoawdaKt dw I 
doaMaMid ky pocay , iMaar dawi aHMily fk ■ 
ti oa lad anayi aw uu anftaiidi TlK adMor is 

daa ia drvana yM. I 







iachided « PoiM of View n of good <|aatMy 
1ha»chadpaoplecomeapionwindw hail 

wkiie dKy are soil wnhat a pocai and |wi 
haad il K) me and say .'Oh. here's a poem (or 
dM Aiinr of Virw and I hope Its not fOMiK a» 
c a Int of money off of lhi«. ' Dl. 



wiii Ileal isMK*. In Mk I<M(%91 tsHie, nm 
•MHat dial were printed were ptagianKai; 
nd dK stiff hat] to pull the magume aad le- 
pnni II without the plagian/ed fflnenal The 
iiadent who pUgtartacd had lo pay Aw the 



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Harper News 



Pages 



$ shhoU^^^^^P $ Sexual Awareness Week coming 



nfearicBc M archiori cias ^ 
McaortelSdMlarshJp 





Ftbnmy 14 ii Vilcaii»-sD«y. 

tam. cank. candy, fiowcrt 

«e on evoyone'i 



-Ipr ifeflM Corner 



ofteUwHdStMts. 
— frm^ • l» i'Mi li III l i ilmt rfifceStMe 



SdkioiOlMMci2ll 

MMiali%ii««lMa«Mi 

•«MtM*aMlcarapla> life ha 
h««« MCOgiUied by iHimrrout 
I wtocanJ la her with true 



Fioofirfi 

■M» bom qHiffMlpefsoai fnal- 

■r »Mh ymv icadnMc adfcve- 
■wits. fx»w Mil alM itii>itin«Ki 
(Lcncrof 




*■ KholmMp k« Iwa etiii>- 

^'''I'HMt iDMRHONnHt t ftMlHiie of 

TowiMpflVhSdMitDMci 2 1 1 
10 (wruir » Momnf c«Mr 
"■ly m w.iiisn Raiaty 
CoMc^. 

P^ifi|rtfiwiriiti (few tfir Tfurtcni 
MMcMoi MeaMMial ScManlHp 
■c.ail(il>(Mf«: 

• CwretM ewoilmem in the 
Nirant ftofmn or accciwamcc lo 
liwNiinintPntnm f»Ml. 1995 

•GndkMtofindHitegicnor 
fromiTowmMitHich Vhool D.^ 
»kl2ll Kbooi 

• I'pper half of dw Will idwol 



HBilijte imot be avjuUMe fora 
pnoMll imrrvir* wiib dus iclec- 
lioR conumiiffi 

Applcauom mwi be lypn) 



tcacwal of (he awanl for 96-<>7 
*P««1» on dtr mainienaiice of a 
oiiiMiMivc 2.5 G P A. 

APPLICATIONS ARE 
AVAR.ABLF. fN THE ORTTE 

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APRIL 7. 1995 



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play next? Find out on this 
week's sports page. 



\<Kitii ^Mlll<IU*|• 

Blll>/ ^/Iucll^4c>ll 

A comedy about an werwhdniii^ uncfcrachiewr. 



«I«I«K> 






Day. diis year Feb 14 mvks die 
begiaamt of Htipet College' s 
S«uai Awarencft Week. 

Time an uMy itiMa tm- 
nwnding tke issue of set. nd 
HcaWi Services ai Harper is i^ui^ 
an -active roie in edncaliDg every- 
one abOM issues such as modein 
■edioik of both control, talking 
abOM MI wiih your dale, and seiu- 
•By MmmMied diseases with a 
ipeciai oniihasis on AIDS 

As a special feature. Health 
Worts TTieaue will he performing 
die comedy/play. The Wii^d of 
AIDS" dealing with HIV7AIDS 
pRwnianFeb ISatlpminBuild^ 
•ng I ItealR. This iimovaiive pro- 
fran has been performed for over 
ISLOrX) people in 10 stales, and 
ttiere b a study guide which re 
views and reinforces the loforma 
ban in the play itself. 

•Tlie Wizard of AIDS" is a 
recreation of die classic slory of Oz 



as a musical parody in which Dor- 
othy travels over die rainbow in 
•earch of AIDS awareness. To- 
fetJier widi die scarecrow. Tin IStei 
and Lion. Dorodiy journeys to die 
Lands of AIDS (Aware Individu 
als Deserving Survival) After de- 
feating die Wicked Witch of Needle 
Shanng and die Wicked Wiich of 
I'nsafe S«. die characters leam 
from die Wizard dial die appropri- 
ale response to AIDS is the com- 
bined use of one's brain, heart and 
courage. 

Following are other events 
ipoasored by Healdi Services 

• Safe Sex Display — Feb 14- 
16. from II am to 1pm in the 
Building A Student Center wjdi 
literaure. pamphlets, condoms and 
a l-shirt raffle 

• Modem Mediods of Birth 
Comiol — Feb 14 from 1 1 a.m to 
12 pm in room A242 

I^am the safest, inosteffective 



mediods of bird) control . There is a 
wide range of contracepbvechoices 
avalable today Discover which 
option is best for you. 

• "Pillow Talk" Talking About 
Sex widi Your Dale — Feb. 14 
from 1:30 p.m to 2:30 p.m in 
room A242. 

Do you feel comfortable talk- 
ing about sen widi your daie^MDt- 
oer before it happens? Many people 
doni They find it loo embmass- 
ing How do you know when your 
daleypanner wants to be sexual widi 
you? Join us for a siimulaling dis 
cus.sion. 

• Making Wise Sexual Choices 
— Feb 1 5 from 1 1 a.m. to 12 p.m. 
in room A347. 

Sex in die 90s is no simple 
maaer. Come hear how sexuality, 
dating etiquette, biith conuol and 
disease prevention figure into die 
decision- making process. 



Rainbow Hospice looking for volunteers 



VolunKcrs are a vital part of 
Hospice, and Rainbow Hospice. 
Inc.. is looking for people inter- 
ested in volunteering a few hours 
a week to help terminally ill pa- 
timl* and diesr families. 

VohaMecrsare an inlcgiil part 
of die hosptce team, whicb pro- 
vide* supportive services (inni an 
interxiisciplinary Kara of healdi 
care professioMis — including 



nurses, home healdi aides. MSWs. 
bereavement coiaiselars and chap- 
lains. More specifically, volun- 
teers provide companionship, re- 
lieve caregivers for short periods. 
nm errands, telephone the be- 
reaved and participate in team 
meettiigs. 

There is a great need fordiy- 
lime-available voiunieers iiuer- 
eiKd in working widi patients and 



ibeir families in their homes or 
nursing homes. Anyone — male 
or female — interested in vdun- 
leering is encouraged to apply. 

Those interested in a training 
program or more information can 
contact Bonnie Rendl or Susan 
Glassman. votuntecrcooittiiialots, 
at (708) 699-2000 Training par- 
ticipants must schedule and imer- 
vievw before March I. 




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Heavvnly Cappuccino! It's 
not juiti a descripticxi of great 
coffee, it'% (he name of die new 
coffee bar in Bl<ig. L acnMS 
from the book-stoic. 

The menu tncludesa variety 
of other coffee beverages loo. 
mduding Cafe Mocha. Cafe 
Lane. Hot Chocolate or Cafe 
Americano - a fiiU-hodied liatic 
coffee sans fhlts 

Italian sodas and a few odier 
goodies are aJso available. 

Beans are ground fresh for 
each order mi the coffiee is 
brewed while the customer 



waits. Caiefiil. though; iheCafie 
Americano this reporter had 
was hot enough to make a 
McDonald's lawyer shudder. 

Customers who sign up for 
dieir coffee club get S2.00 to- 
ward their 1 1th cup. Of course, 
leaving a tip for the server is 
always a good idea because he 
or she might be a fellow sai- 
dent! 

Unfoclunaiely, ibetc is only 
one bar on can^ws. Hours are 
7:.V) am ID 8:90 p.m. Monday 
through Thursday and 7 :30 a.m. 
- I p.m. Fridays. 

Even if you don't have a 
class nearby, the coffee iswonh 
the trip. 



Da«s Uppoi — fwihi— I Tim Fitchmp — Fieshnm 

'I am very pkated with 'I Mi* H«pet has so mm^ 

tpn't coarse offtnact. They coanetilMyaicaBaaicvMaritt 

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William Ralney Harper College 
Theatre Proudly Presents: 

"BarcftxH in the Park," by Neil 
Simon 
March 17.18,19 al 8 p.m. 
Matinee- 19th at 2 p.m. 
March 24 & 25 8 p.m. 
Please contact the Harper Box Office 
for tickets. Buying tickets early is en- 
couraged as seating is limited. 



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him to come into the studio 1 don' i 
know where be came up with the 
idea, but he said 'I can't. I'm ttuck 
in the ekvalot' One dung led to 
vMllKr, we had acominercial. and 
when we came back every person 
working the thow that nighi wa& on 
a wkphone line tuppotedly trying 
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dK station and he played .ilong as. 
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There is far more still to 'The 
Bear", which is die mckname de- 
nved from the station' s call letters. 
In addition to their own program- 
ming which consists of unusual 
music, there are a number of 
brokered shows. As a result, there 
IS a very divenc collection of people 
and shows coming over the air- 
waves at any given time. (For in- 
formation on brokering time on 
WCBR contact Jay Stem at (708) 
ZS.*" 58(X) ) Some of the "Do It 
Yourself Radio" shows currently 
tunning include "Needle Drop", 
"The Lawyer Line". ""'Voure 
Hired!". "Chicago Songwnters 
Show", and "Lesbigay Radio Chi 
cago", representing a few of die 
mviy facets of WCBR's brokered 
programming Each of these shows 
caiers lo a different cross section of 
die community 

However, when mixed logedKr 
with varied musical formats. 
Wolves hockey games, Loyola and 
Notre Dame haskelball ganes. and 
even "Sports Rjidio Nightly" all in 
one melbng pot, WCBR has some- 
thing 10 offer everyone in die com- 
munity 



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News Special 



The Harbinger 



Education, protection are tlie Iteys 



Definition 
of rape has 
changed 

Until Jan. I. 1988 when rape 
wiscliKisified into four individual 
offenstes m lllinoiii. m wu the 
cuch-ati phra.se For all illegal 
sexual eiKounten. 

Ttie first offeate is criminal 
wxual abuse; It is the act of sexual 
coodua by force orihreat of force. 
Cnminal sexual ainiae is abo 
commitied when OM koows Ihe 
viciim IS unable to ondentaMl 
the nature of the of the act or 
unable to give knowing consent 

The liccond offen.se is aggra- 
vated criminal sexual abuse, 
which IS cnminal sexual abuse 
where aggravating circumstances 
exist during the attack. The ag- 
gravating circumstances are the 
displayed, ihreai or use of a dan- 
gerous weapon : use of any object 
in a manner to lead the victim to 
believe i; to be a weapon: if the 
victim suffers great bodily harm; 
and if the victim is over 60 or 
phystcaUy handicapped. 

Criminal sexual assault is the 
tturd offense: It is the act of sexual 
peneiratioii by force or threat of 
force: or knowing that the victim 
is nabie lo understand the na- 
ture of the act or give knowing 
consent 

The f outh offense, aggravated 
cnminal sexual assault is deflncd 
as crimiaal wiMi amuh with 
the same aggn«alfai| circum- 
stmces as criminal sexual ibuie 
with two addiuaas: I) (he ac- 
cfti^wwwIofCBdMgcnida 
lift 4iifiag the aileged attack or 
2) the accused attempted or suc- 
ceeded in committing anoilier 
felony during die alleged attack. 




A dangerous mistake 



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by leaving lOMng I (Am*. 
iMcWy' tt^m n wtwn waktng from 



Misconceptions about sexual assault 



MYTH: 



Fact: itapeisaMabaMiex.iiis^baMpowtr 
Man npisB Iwvc caasetttint 



MYTH: ltl»l«|iiimn»rana— ■ 

Fact: AnestimaKdoorinevciy IZiexnal 
asianks involves a male victini. and the 
pcipcmoriti 

MYTH: Wa 



Fact: Noi 



MYTH: Waaw can yat mtm m htt !■ 
tMuaOaaa thai prorake rape. 
Fact: Womea can put themselves in stnia- 
tions that nay be dangerous, but people don't 
provoke their own attacks. Responsibility 
lies with (he iipist not the victim 

MYTH: AkMoTwiNMawkoa^ydwy've 
Iwia raped art bring. 
Fact: Accofding lo the F.B.I.. about 2 per- 
GCM of repons are falie. There are many 
moK rapes ihM go unreponcd dun there are 
false reports. 



What not to say to 
an assault survivor 

(and what to say instead) 

By Lowranc* Cohan 

1. Only crazy people need Uierapy. 

Some experiences .like n^ie. are traumatic 
for virtually anyone, no matter how well 
adjusted they are Rape crisis counseling can 
be very helpful for victims of sexual assault. 

2. I'll kHI the guy who did this to you. 
While anger is a ntiiural reaction, ii can be 
very harmful The victim, who has faced one 
man whose anger was out of control, must 
now U'v and calm down another man. lo 
avoid more violence 

3. It's betlernol lo talk about it Talking 
about stressful events speeds up recovery, if 
people are allowed to talk at their own pace. 
Let her know you're willing to listen when 
she's ready. 

4. What are you afraid of me for? I 
didn'l do H. Rape and incest oflen make 
women fear men. or sex. at least for a while 
11 causes confusion about the relationship 
between sex and intimacy. Survivors may 
need to exen and feel more control in a 
relationship than they did phortothe assault. 

5. Going to the police or courts will 
Just make U worse. Although painful, re- 
porting and testifying can actually help 
women recover. These actions may also get 
the rapist of die street 

6. Why can't you just forget about it? 
Forgciung may he impossible because the 
reminders are constant sex , inieractions with 
men, street harassment, being in vulnerable 
positions and pornography are all reminders. 

7. When you biD offa horse, you have 
io Jump right back on. This may be true of 
some fears, but it does not apply lo resuming 
sex after a sexual assault Lei her decide 
when she's ready lo have sex or drive in her 
car alone. 

a. What's dw bigdean Sexual assauh is 
a very big deal for many reasons. It can 
totally upset a person's belief that the worid 
is a safe place, thai she is in control of her 
body, and that she knows whom to trasi 
Rape is a life-threatening act, not sex. 

». Wily didn't you fight? Freezing is a 
naniral response to being anacked One must 
use her instincts to survive and since she did 
survive, she did die right thing. 

10. NoShfav I can say or do wa hdp. 
Yes. it can! Allow, but don't fofce her to talk 
about it and express her feelings. Listen 
widiout criticism, judgement, or condemna- 
Uon. Patience and love has healed many 



Assault ftompogel 

police to a-sk for dieir advice and help 
with dus aMHr," Roberts said. We fig- 
ure they have probuMy dealt with this 
type of incident more than we have — 
our ofTicers have a very good relation- 
ship with Palatine police and we needed 
their hc^ aad suppoit" 

To dte. tariy one penoo bcmlct Ike 
alleged victim's mother has come for- 
ward with any information pertaining to 
the alleged sexual assault. In a report to 
Public Safety, the unidentified man 
stated he was in one of the areas believed 
lo be a possible kicalion for the alleged 
■Rack « approxifflaidy the same time it 



took place and did not see or hear any- 
thing out of the onhnafy. 

Dwain Thomas, reference librarian 
said he left die library shortly after 10 
p.m. using the south exit of Building F 
which leads to the school's satelite 
dishes. Thomas said be observed noth- 
ing out of the ordinary as he left the 
buiMing, 

Reactions on campus have varied 
widely. 

Tyne Bradley and Famh Topps, both 
students, said they were unaware of the 
rape. After reading a flier ciiculating 
around campus about the attack, Brad- 
ley said. "I fmd it shocking diat some- 



thing like that would happen here." 
Topps said, "I don't find it hard to be- 
lieve it happened. It had to happen sooner 
or later." 

Mark Kotaiba, an English teacher at 
Harper, said he was shocked and angry 
to hear about the alleged sexual encoun- 
ter. 'To have a campus that has gone so 
long with relatively little or no violent 
cnme. it's one of those rude awaken- 
ings." 

As more and more students learn 
about the alleged incident, fear and con- 
cern has spread throughout the campus 
community. To deal with this. Harper 
officials have initiated numerous forums 



to address the students concerns. Stu- 
dents are also encouraged to contact 
Karen Levington. the community coun- 
selor on campus, atexL 6577 or Rebecca 
Smith, gender issues and community 
counciling coordinator, at est. 6558, to 
find out about the forums and seminars. 
Harperofficials are encouraging .stu- 
dents to stay aware of their surroundings 
and to use the "butily system" when 
diey are leaving campus or to contact 
Public Safety at est. 6330 for an escort 
to their car or anywhere on campus. 
Anyone with information can contact 
Public Safety or the Vice President of 
Student Affairs at ext. 6360. 



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Our View 



"Your likiuaes will not protect you." 
-AmlreLtmk 

"Ai women, we have curtied our vokes. stifled our 
dKMiglMs. and dislociMed our values, and we are still 
not safe" 

•from Meditaiion: Far 
Women Whit Dtt Too Much 

The Harhinger would like to dedicate the empty 
•|»ce on this page to all the women and men who 
niffer in silence — past, present and future. We know 
freedom of speech and safety in speaking the truth are 
the most powerful weapons we can arm ourselves 
with, especially against the wrongs that currently 
plague our society, this country and ihis world. We 
WW to continue bringmg you the truth, for "the truth 
■tiall Id you fne." 



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Olhrii liMc. Noah Tonfc. Nicole Unde. Amy Oben. Greg Mate, Kathy Belts, Guetty Alfred, 

Paul DrRobcftis. Jessica Owens. Alisa Karabalmkova. Holly Rushakoff, Andrea Heisler, 

Wittiain Kan, Randi Ruchakki, Gail Gianpetro, Maria Laurin 

General information 

ptUemaB fa the Harper College camputanununily. pMisited UweeUy throughout the 
; hoiidayt and linii exams. Ihc pftt a diitribulcd fne to aU itudaM, faculty and 

Tlr t l mH H tft I loie putpam it m provide ihe Hajper community with intannalian penamine to the 

canpiiaaMlitoiunandinicanuiiuraly. • 

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TteHvM^prwriciimetlitlBralotficediloriiMlmpliisloouTedikirials. I^etlen must l>e ogned and indude a lodal 

MCwitymimlMr Signaliuit will l» withheld upon icquot. AU letters am *utii«ct Id editing. 



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Ivettued m TV Hmimger aie not necesMnly endoned by the editors of this papet , nor l>y the 
tor Board of Duectcn. Inquuies should be torwarded directly to the adverti!>er. arid all puichaies 

am it Hie discvMian of ttit canauawr. 

Cteffdakt NH. The HaAii^ti; All iJghM rewivcd 




'Twas a dark and stormy night: Attack of the Republicans 






ccflai A aiaili Hell 
tmm ihe ceiliii(. il 

;of 



■ni lo ihr Brady til.' 

The crowd w|ftlW*KiaMiy. 

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SlMip makn of' twcalh. 

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Uwynt. himiMtigili Mtf I 
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■"Hello, my i 
I an * l.thcril.'* 

-WektMnr to Ok flni i 
of Litaials Aacnymow. MhA. 

Two 'y«Mi ago iM wmt m Mp of 
die world. Wc iMdaOMDcni in 
the WhMe Hmm. Mid VMCannBBd 



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AmitiCmpt. a daanik lam of 
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TV.dnNaikadEs- 
for die Am. die «pace 
all Kxn » be exnacl if 

'Naww' fltnkwwqi . Tie Riglit i> 

'IwiaiiiiiiH an ««ry «ay of ^'■ 
Wcat loakingaian AaHicafilkd 
piMMMBas. and 
fiindiifnenlalt.itt 
KhonI tyslcm 
lof a [wrtiiwrai llidwaaii ol 



•owdof ilMMMingitlieaid. "Hcfe 

dKy are! Get em' Every«iM fM 
dieir aaaaah weafxin'^ 

"Vt can'i let oundves fall be- 
foR dat nghl-wing tyranny' We 
mmu tiand ^> Tot our beliefs' " 

The cxomd cheers 

foeof fa niliei. be they tingle 
or BiKkar. gn <* heicfmoual ' " 

The cheenng growi in votuine 

'-Hdlaey id %- 

The meeting it in chaos Ev- 
eryoc it on their feet, cheenng 
and crying Suddenly there a a 
boring on the iron door, the wond 
of lifle butts crashing against tneial 
ShoMs of "I'n-Amnkan comnue 
bberaii' l^t us m in die name of 
Newtr The meeting evacuaie« 
itmMfh a seem door The iron 
dmr explodes, and BiMe-canying 
whNc men with gum bunii in and 
file mto the evafie hole The stage 
lights fade to Mack 

Kind of a weird immduclDry 
column. I know But that's me An 
NEA-tupponing. anti abortion. 
pKhcliaice. tree huggmg. pro-gay 
ifgMs. helerosenual. feminia. leb 
giani hhend, and I diuik I im ttie 
only oat ow here. You'll hear 



ftMii oMsMdc die cdlar mim- 
dwa. Mnrb light fbcken, and Ike 




Gingrich: Where are all those promised changes? 



Hiatta mar GMa^ CoajtiO 




pally ia ihrawMg aroMal. tMM much 
la ' m niii ia being, naile iiNo dK 
laM arvolution known aadKT^an- 
iraclWiih Amenc;i " 

A.t the firM 2 ^ day<> have ( 
nghl wing leaders have i 
m avoid tpecifict. challenge a law 
(avoKd by afanoit iwo-ihMdi of 
Aacncaw aad finaratiy refuted 
to mDy clean ip CapilDl Hill 

For eiamplc. in Pietidcnl 
riimoci't Stale Of The Union 

Cw | Wii w. nther dian waH fora 
law 10 be pasted, ttofi taking PAC 
mooey AndtopuionagoodidKiw. 
CiingrKh and ta w pan y tkemvt 

camaratawy by ipillaMtdl ■ illt) ■ 



Wta imgnch failed in ten you 

waa lit cMMcivatiwalKcajiMi (btyi 
hill diHi would 
raMy cat into die 
of oiQBsy accqxcd by hi^ 
byiHs. 

Maybe Gingnch coold fbilow 
in the hmiM of Cbmon. who now 
neflnes lo accept ktbhyiM money 



ccflain book daala. 

And inen dietv n dw naMei Of 
dM light to bear anm tfM ptuap am 
bwilen thai can kill at people at 
ooccmdifliaciadiicctiom Thai'i 
fight Our good ol' boys waM to go 
ai fif a* |fO»siMe . repeahng tf nec 
•naiQr, Ike law that twoocd I ■) foma 

aiqn fcel tftt' tHcd ID cany an Ifai 
jaal incaM I have an vgmneniovat 
a cftMiebargcr ai McOonaM*'! 



It doeai't maner that approii- 
maiely TV percem of adults fieel 
dial CoQgrets should not lift die 
baa. 

And before we go further, let'i 
aak Dole and fncndt just w here our 
fmaMic Balanced Budget Amend- 
ment is going to nuke cuts 

Canently, Seiunc RepuMicam 
are tossing the idea around became 
they aic angry dial Democrats have 
aakod for a claute that keeps Social 
Seoviiy from a drop in its' waist- 
liiie. 

Soaqamerof die way drough 
our new ino-day Wni. we've been 
subjected to a book deal turned 
bad. DO lobbyist reform and not a 
word on health change 

And you guys said you warned 
cl 



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I woukl like to lespond to the 
letter by Haiper College Commu- 
nity Relations Manager Pally Rob- 
ens (December 2. 1994) in which 
she addresses die parking fees ar- 
ticle {Harbinger. October 21, 
I9M). 

Fmt. I would like lo improve 
upon die criticismt put forth by the 
Harbinger while focusing the 
Admiiiuiraliaa'i retpoiue more 
closely to the point. I draw atten- 
bon to the i»c\ thai while die Public 
Safety Department and parking lot 
renovmoo budgets for 1994-95 "far 
exceed wbai die college icceives in 
(student) pariiing fees . . ", the 
Public Safely Department is n- 
sponsihie for far more dian merely 
stutltni vehicles and parking lot 
conduct The paikmg lot renova- 
ti«i done dm year, die small por- 
tion of which is 'C parking, will, 
hopefully, last long enough for fu- 
ture student/taxpayers to help pay 
for and u!ie. 

Secondly . sludentAaxpaya> are 
die only group on campu s that make 
this direct payment [)espiie the 
atigoing and much touted "Total 



Quality Improvemenl/Tolal Qual- 
ity Management" program in whoie 
language and mantfM employees 
at die college are supposed lo see 
and ireM- STUDENTS as CUS- 
TOMERS ". we are hardly treated 
as such. The hierarchical parking 
structure, with students "in Ihe 
lear^. is only one example, though 
die most obvious and highly sym- 
bolic, of the second or even diiid or 
fourth class status of the student/ 
taxpayer. Therearemore.buldioK 
i.s«ies are for other letters. 

Though it is inconceivable (but 
not illogical . by their own logic ) to 
expect die college to reverse the 
parking structure to favor the cus- 
tomer/studenlAaxpayer. it is not 
unreasonable to expect an egalitar- 
ian structure (first-come, firsl- 
lerved, excepting handicapped 
spaces). 

I await a response to this ~. . 
student input ", which is in- 
tended to be ". . .helpfiil(in)exam 
ining College Procedures." 

Sincerely. 

William S. Beisiegel, Jr 



5:,;l"iaiS3 



Mmiaiy 9, 199S 



Special Feature 



Page 9 



African American History Month kicks off 





The beginning of African American History Month was eel - 
ebnitcd with displays, artworks, video presentations and distin- 
guished African American guests. 

The month-long celebration of African American accomplish- 
ments began with a display commemorating leaders in African 
American History (top photo). Two students discuss the accom- 
plishments of some of these heroes. 

Harper College Student Acti vity Coordinator Michael Nejman 
(far left, center piaure) is seen meeting Gregory Gordon (right), 
professor of history at the College of Lake County, before Gordon's 
presentation. "Highlights of African American History." Also seen 
in the picture is Karin Lacour Ri vers, a counselor in Harper's Office 
of Multicultural Affairs. 

Below are photographs of genuine African and Jamacian ans 
and crafts on sale during the show. 




Pact 10 



Special Feature 



The Haibinger 



People who have expressed their ^Point of View^ 



The roilowing wc ihc niainrs of 
Ftrntu of Vkw conlnbuiiws Mnce 
I9M 



V«Mi BiHni - Niifn A ^wa 

LiMHy Btftair - Bradley Mulick 
VimmI Atmm - Mik* KamlHa 



M>t McAvoy 

OiMiy MlMfM 



Daual Ryw 
Jcny Sdiirani 




GiwMkitjin Rae Riidii 
Rnlicn RueUMf 
P A. RmeUo 



VtioHl EdiKir - Lam Mbau 
Lmmy Ediaur - Nicole LiBcaii 
Viaiil Mviwr ' Miite KnndMii 
Facahy Mvimt Fnok Smilk 

(liMracy) 



David' MeiMfii 




MjftDrvlin 

Grcftienle* 

Ktmlirrly R Hnnii|Me 

Ktrt ICiiciiic 

OimiiiwE.K. 

Km I 

Tf»y Rivera 

Dmicl Ryai 

Mtchetle SvUi 

letry Sfhwmi 

Diunn S^uues 

Kokii l-cktjwna 

\ici>le LfBeau 

DivKl Miller 

Art 

li> Abend 

LairaAlbeni 

OmAmM 

E. Il«i:iyn!ili.i 

Run Biclelilti 

FmIi S Clui|iRun 

Cmdt M. CiCMke 



FKuily Advium Fnuik Smilh 

llilenry). Paul Smidi (VihuiJ) 

liKmufc 

S.R. Biker 

Elizabeili Anne Hull 

GlenW JuL-luon 

Mmtam B. lackMa 

LyndeULaiie 

Kjrilxwis 

Sanili LiiMbcy 

Scon LumlMnl 

Amy RcKhen 
Daniel R. Ryan 
Latin Schafer 
Michael ScltwCLilietiner 
J(iiiy ShipU 
An 

Pbyllu Oiiaielli 
Jmet Davis 
Keiiry FieM 
Paul GnwHiian 
Anna Heuer 
Elswimh M Hanien III 
Margaret E. Jadttun 
Diau L. Jenkto 
TonyCanrino 
AtnvRcichen 

mt-iwi 

tiletary FjIiioc - Jiidy Shipka 
Vituai Ediiir - Amy Reichert 
Faculty Advmirs Frank Smith 
(Uleraiy). Paul Smilh (Vimal) 



IF. 
Jim Kim 
Ed Kimalciyk 
Kevin Knuak 
Richaid S. Lme 
Linda A. Leakardi 
Eugenia Makoviki 
Dentte K Rena|)iai 
liKclyn II Rutalt 
BmtSeniei 
MaryTeel 
Emily TcxHdilB 
R(ib Unjuhan 

Liiemry Edikir - MarfavH E. 

takwin 

Visual Edtiur Glen W Jackacin 



Annie Oavidnvici 
AleUiaDoan 
J<*n DufToni 
Suunne Havlit 
Brenila)»ne» 
draicipker Kane 
Sciin Lombard 
AnneMciltr 
lody Shifika 
AmyRcichen 
KayleeThnifl 
LeoUe WliyK 
Art 
MichdleBean 



TonyCambio 




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'hs jhc.v was a huge success in the fall - If you missed it 
Don't miss this one! 



Nicnie Camptwll 
Kevin Finneny 
Alvin JamikKon 
Eric Laschinskj 
Sharun Linder 
Egenia Makowiki 
Carl Malchow 
Anna Mweland 
Ratnontaez 
Elizabedi Raef 
Jocelyn RdtsetH 
Mike Skiira 

Lileiary EdiKir - SciKt Lumbard 

Visual Editor - Katharine Lamb 

Family Advixin - Frank (Literary). 

Paul Smith (Visual) 

Literature 

Aimce Lange 

Scon Lumbard 

Audrey ShefTidd 

Sherri Mines 

lody Shipka 

David Sussman 

Art 

lonna Andcrsun 

Joy Philli)H Blocki 

Lee Carrier 

lulie Cengr 

Aimee Freeding 

Chad Guuiwski 

Jennifer Hall 

Chrii; Knoi 

KaduriiK Lamb 

Nick Page 

Laura Piidgotny 

Ken Reker 

tTiariiy Selsor 

IWJ-IWM 

Liieraty Ediitv • David Situiinan 

Viiiut EdiKir Vicinna Downs 

Faculty Adviaon - Frank Smith 

(Literary). Paul A.E. Smith (Art) 



Victiiria HanesDomu 
T W Fuller 
Heidi Gou 
Bryant E. Stuckey 
David Susamao 
KayteeThrun 
Art 

Staccy Collins 
Kevin Dilkxi 
Jeff Doles 

Victiria Hanes Downs 
Brenda Eubanks 
Sam Farchiime 
Kri.uma Gregiiry 
James Muydary 
Brad Lenze 
Sharivi Lmder 
Tim Mcdema 
Rich Mueller 
Shann Viland 




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FclmMiy9,1995 



Classified/Personals 



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for mere pochat change, you can broadcast It to the entire campue- and help a 

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>«IIUM*J 



HOW TO GET YOUR JOLLIES 
AT COLLEGE 24 HOURS A DAY. 



^ 



Open a tab at a diner. 

Belgian waffles and cheese fries with gravy 
are dekioos. regardless of the hour 



* 



Visit a local court of law. 

Plenty of seating, unique conversation and 
drama that improves the later it gets. 

Be the gym nigtit janitor. 

Work out at /our leisure and never wait 
in tine for lat pulldowns or the erg. 



Get a Citibank Classic card. 

For your peace of mind, operators are on 
call 24 hours a day. 7 days a week. 




HawkS 



UMyUMptrCdhii 



Would real fans 
promote baseball? 



tfiw wMi IB itMl ihc nMh 



on IT you're Mill pun of Itie 
gn3«{i iif K lunucks ibii MiH havt 

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tof ipiiiry papmm,, 

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piMMi'Mi offM liie poMM wlme 
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Itt akiai jwaicil. "Wlw llw 

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tlif cwmI liMi* rtw 

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—Mi— »cewiii«t»eWM « roi» 
p« OM bj' ite Wlite Soi — ■! 
adcMnpnltii Mned « M{i(xiMl 
llMi. laiiciily. die al'aiks ftm 
toicMl lavmnnnUi iebilii« 10 
teeMt 'TlKcnnKikliiaenie 
•in M(i|Kiwdl> be pckcd and 
dw vu iims wilt hitt the ctaiw 
to Mr IB die WMc Sox can- 
■CDCiil* wtakb ae foppmed 10 
ligilfci»»|jiint. Whoocrdmiiitit 
ct ikii idea iliould be skmly 
tamed to demti cnei a foe pit. 
t would hie to think dutt at 
hn« am fecyMlen die sat-nflces 
(ftm il. of >• ■» tmi have m- 
dHid'fliiycar. AAirleiiinf ow 
taW of Aimica down. «lii> in 
iMirnilH Mud i* gaing id '|iat- 
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■■a 'aifeo «il fM OB dieir kaeei 
aaduMtotamaidieiiiiioudit 
!■ onkf to fit die dunce 10 til 
on Rob Schaelei's lap 



Attention tennis players 

Anyone tniaesMd in coining out for the men's 
KMis lean ilioiiid contact Coadi ftofcr King at 
Moa as potiiUe. 

Messages can be left with the athletic office 
secretary in Building M. or interested parties can 
go to the ficldhouse in Building M anytime be- 
tween 2 p.m. and 3:30 p.iii. Monday. Tuesday, or 
Thursday. 



Fitness center reopens 

New equipment and policies bring a new life to old program 



Tern I 



Hiuper's Fitness Center was 
renovated dunng die winier break 
and ha* recently criehraled its 
pand opening wiili new e<iuip^ 
mem and ii new look 

TTie fitness center has gone 
diroufh Mvme physical changes li 
WW lecaipelcd ami S2(Ml"<' woidl 
df new equipment has been incoe- 
poralcd Some of die new equif^- 
ment mcludrs a wei^-assisied 
cinn and dip machine, a seuii\! 
calf-raiset. two programmahlc 
ercadmtll*. a ptograinmaMe bike 
and a NoidicTrac »ki machine 
Alio, a compiMeT checkool sys 
Mn to die ftaiess center w as made 
10 thai a memher has a piiolo-ID 
dlat records the number of visiK 
and serves to vididaK access tights 
Current plans include $IO,<X)0 
wofth of new equipment dunng 
dw neit two years and possiNy 
repainting and icdesigning die 
walls. 

The fitness center is about 1 5 
years old and unbl now had been 
available only to certain physical 
cdiicition students There are new 
changes in the fitness center's 
pobcy . allowing access loagieaier 
oft 




VMonloiha 

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iwvompad Hoipai Hnaaa Canlsi wa noMca ra 
•omaolwhaltediewnhBW. Pete ProUt ptioio 



•TTiecenier's primary function 
it edncaiional. and at the same 
tiiiK we want to service the needs 
of faculty . staff, and studenLs," said 
Jim Ryan, intramurals coordinator 
and PEAR supervisor 

Harper's Fitness Center's pri- 
mary Fole is educational -otieMed. 
promoting physical wellness, 
whereas other fitness centers and 
tealdi clubs have a more social 
frame of reference. Ryan said This 
IS die first time that the fitness 
center is open to Harper students 
thai aren't in P.E. clasiies. with a 



direemondi special rate member- 
ship of ISO dun expires on April 
31. 199S As a secondary role, die 
fitness center is also open to die 
community at certain rales 

The fimcss center is located in 
building M on dK lower level, ad- 
jacent to die gym It is open seven 
days a week as follows. Monday 
duoogh Thursday. lOam.-gp.m.; 
Friday, 10a.m.-6p.m.;and Satur- 
day and Sunday. 10 ant -4 p m 

Anyone wanting infotmation 
regarding die fitness center can 
call Jim Ryan at extension 6963. 



Harper wrestlers fly together 



■on jKjnKji 

GuaHWMtif 



LaM year die Hatper wiciden 
won dieir first national dtk widi 
hide Btwble This year dtey hope 
todo die same Things did not start 
out rocely. dwugh Before travel- 
ing to St Louis to wresde five dual 
meets m late January, die Hawks 
had alBady been defeatod twice. 
oaixcach by MuskeogoBadlJo- 
coIb. 

Haiper't fim haale wnald be 



liiiyhM e«tieriBaieieaaaa. 

like kai|te of die round table . 
die Hawks dtelribuied dieir power 
thmaghoM ihe lioeap. Things 



looked bad when die Hawks started 
out 0-6 because of diew inability to 
fiod alts pounder, but from then 
on die Hawks scored above dieir 
prey . At 1 26. Mdie "The Sausage" 
Triolo controlled bis opponent 
duough out die match, but die ref 
ene scored a takedown widi sec- 
onds left At 134. Bryon "Hot 
HeacT Chandkr crucified his op- 
ponent by his excellent leg trips. 
Skvc "Snck Man" Bakey used his 
oversued limbs to take advantage 
of die liide boy he wresded. and 
ten die fun began. 

Widmw a 158 pooadcr. dK 
Hawks coaching staff had to make 
some crucial decisions. Craig 
PueU -Chippy- ai 130 and Ron 



The destroyer" Stonitch at 158 
were bumped up to higher weight 
classes Ron "The Destroyer" 
anmhalated his opponent widi oui- 
ttaoding moves. Uory The BoU- 
dog' Popp humiliaied his oppo- 
nent wiUi comidenbie ease. 

Afkrwads. Leany The Mack 
Track' Popp tncdleddie nadoaal 
defiending champion only to kwK 
in dw last tecoodi. *lt ahvays 
comes down to die laH seconds, 
bet come die nationals, it's gosng 
to be a different Hory.* saidPopp. 
Justin Shelby, die 190 pound Alt- 
Americw picked up another win. * 
1 am good enov^ I am sman 
enough »d gosh dan it people 
like me.' said Shelby. 



The On Deck Circle 




Feb. IS 


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UBB-n. 


MBB-RegMO 


MoniMiv 


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Feb.2S 

MBB-Refiaa 
IV Playoffs. 
dMeaaddne 
TBA 

WR-N)CAA 
Nabonabin 
ND. 
ISA 



SW. NJCAA 
Nationals, 
location and 
time TBA 



The Harbinger 



In This i0du« 



Loakiag fo qinbiy hve 

nni eotfti moniln. Mwper 
CoNtgc nry be Ac plwx K» 
h* Ibr jMt dM (K4- vc <M 
»«j« HirpcT CoHrget. Why 

would we «>> ilMt^ Look 
hetow 



•WL( Pi 
riy Omoy BcMMdaceptaHi 

emouratc to ftepgr wlMa 

be play« ilie J Midtag 
ihrnar on Si. Pwkk'i 
Dqr. To find oM wtMl to 
expect dorinf the show 
(hiM possible free piiu!). 
tee page 2 



'^ rJ^i 



• l%4 — TlieTrib- 
uie' i» comidered by many 
wbeooeoflieM Beades 
uibMt ibowt is die wofld. 



comanoity wiM |M a 
chiCT w tee wfcy IhM- 
haad Apiil 19. Dmib 
•tWM die band iMdlhev 
abe 



•Aic people on 

acting differently since 
being told iibout the 
leiiuJ attack M Harper in 
January' Find out what 
ila 

!6. 




invaded by Bears diis pati 
weekend No need to 
wony. diough. iliey 
weren't grizzlies. They 
were football players of the 
Chicago vanely. and Ihey 
played football in Harper*i 
tyi im iii Mm fatagood 



ton BMC 12 




What does it take to be safe? 



MmondniSocdb 

■ ■ »v 

III wake of the reccat alleged 
pox. Hapei 
College recemlv r»ffered sevaal 
fonnm on >«tual ao'Oull to leach 

pnveWMM-lo Ha>per imdenit 
AllmkMC* tm Ike (iru three 

iMaled lem. Last. week, apfwoir 
■miMly «) snuleMteach anendcd 
iheiitirdiifeaMwmtflar'oiil-ch ^ 
cerapepreven 
Ftt> 14 A self 
tmulmtmapbytiarpa'i 
t Feb. 21 ai- 
Iracled 15 people. 

Shcn Ftergnchi. chair of the 
«tudem/perwnat de»tIopincni 
ciimminee. organizes «udemre 
laied fof umx. prepamsfi memoran- 
<iuw» and makes pieiientariofK to 
faculty Md Mudenu canoemiag 




"At this titne. we are going to 
go into the clJB>wooms It seem* 
to be nwnefleaive to go m where 
we have mn audience iiKiieivi of 
having open forumi that nobody 
iTomeN to," Pergiicbl mmI 

She attoeapiiiiMd laemam- 
dum* ««M .••« w ail' iKWily aik- 
ing. far Mp in kilMniing Harper 
■MdCMS of 



Maanan OeMy. crtma p»»»«f<i(iii conaiaani watt OMaana AgakMl 
CMnta, «M«la to nwmtMn o« »)• Hoipw CeMaga cammur^ly M>. 21 
otooarf aKnr* nwy con pcotad mamtatvat 'Dont baiha nasi vidkn- wot 
ona a« Ooiav > motor powit> duhng haf praMnMion. 

Volorie wsawicti photo 



aiiaiUl/aware- 
ness trmtnars. 
15 well as infor- 
mation regard- 
ing the alleged 
sexual asMult 
She has le 
ceived seveiiil 
phone calls 
from various 
departmental 
faculty requeu- 
ing tailored 
classroom 
leiiMl tstauli 

fit (fijitinci claw 
cumculum 

a continuing 



**1tseen»tobe 
more effective to 
go in where we 
have an audience 
instead of having 
open forums that 
nobody comes 

to. 

Shcri Pergricht. 

chair of the 

student/personal 

development 

committee 



saiBNerOeniian inffitnictor, 1 
von Keudell, notified her claaaof 
the alleged sexual assoutt inc»- 
deni.«daaftni.inidainiobecaic- 
(ial.ianBitimaicy«iikingroapt 
(■' cai PiMg Safciy in caae Ihey 



nsqnire an eican. "Sorae of die 
ligiits around F Bui khng have been 
going out This nuy be a security 
risk dial Public Safety should 
check into." Norup suid 

Bonnie Henry, vice president 
of student af- 
fairs, said a 
Harper student 
was reportedly 
sexually as- 
saulted outside 
Building F Jan 
M> Henry said 
a student was 
attacked near 
diesatellileexit 
by an unknown 
assailant, and 
(he victim 
dropped a hook 
possibly con 
laining her 
name and ad- 
dress during the 
attack Conse- 
quently, the 
victim is appre- 
hensive in fil- 
ing an official 
police report — because she be- 
lieves the attacker might have her 
mine and address, accordmp lo 
Henry 

After reading the laculn 
iBemorandum. Sherry Tumaver. 



faiihion design/merchandising in- 
struaor. told her students to be 
careful and mn lo walk alone when 
leavTOg school at night ""I warned 
everybody." Tumaver said. 

Pat Wenrtiold. supenisor of 
die writing center m Building L. 
said she posted the memoiandum 
on die bulletin board inside the 
writing center WenUiold said she 
also mentioned die alleged inci 
dent to studenu. "Students should 
take great care leaving in die 
evening." she said. 

Herben Hartman. a philoso- 
phy instructor, said he wa.sn'1 sure 
he had read the memorandum sent 
by Pergnehi Howcvct. after hear- 
ing of the forums offered by 
Pergncht. he appeared intere.sied 
in participating in a classroom 
presentation on sexual assault 

Dr Edward tX>Ian, vice presi- 
dent of academic affairs about the 
handling of the maner said. "I'm 
pleased with the faculty for tak- 
ing lime out of their buss class 
schedules to express their con 
cem for die welfare of their stu- 
dents." 

An\<mr inuresled in further 
mfonmilion. mcludinn uhedul 
int ti pre^mtaiiort for ilasx iv 
■^ fit j'fii'J f.' : 'tttlti,! Shf'ri 
fiTgruhl 111 .*V" <lHi<t ,1 f>;iv, 
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Bookstore employee arrested 



JMMCQ Owwifl 
►«i«igwStaff 

Ai die MM of "Hie npimg tc- 
mcMcr when siwieiMs pwicmiy 
WiiliHl in the winding lines «t die 
I laiper hooksloie. onr of the cash- 
■en ini|in have been checking out 
more than the ctt«K«iers 

'Vvonne Saunders of 
SchaiMiiiMifS. hired by the book- 
sum dwoailiaMnporary eniploy ^ 
merit agency , wai aileyedly check - 



ing out the credit card numbers o( 

a lew unvuspecung .sludeiiLs as .she 
lang itp then piochawi. amsdiiii 
to authorities. 

"BNiically what we had wan a 
cashier that stole money from the 
bookjilore." Book.!tuire Manager 
Rich Seller said "She was takin;; 
peoples tredil card mimhers jjij 
nngiing lip W*«' lrans;ictic'fK In 
all. there were sn (w vtn en differ- 
ent tninsatiKtns " .Seller s(.iicd the 
atkgediy stolen totaled. 



"around W*\ " 

Saunders believed she had cov- 
aedheru-acks,;ncoidii,gi.iScilt-r 
I'singlhe CTCdii ^.iid numhcrv she 
allegedly acqtiiR-il limn cusloni 
eisiweipl.s. she is hclicu'J loh.nc 
rang up false trjn.sacii.^n'. md le- 
moved the equivalent m cash from 
ihc drawer. Therefore, lo her 
knowledge, at the end of the day 
the numbers should have mMched 






Theft 



onpago? 



One student's 
story of fear 
and survival 

l-Ultor'\ nolt- hui. author nf 
the l,>!l,mini; lev. i\ u \tudnii in 
Harpfr Ci'llritf whi> luis ii^rreij !,^ 
Irllher.sun-ivul \U>n ihrounh Ihe 
Haihingcr 77ii.s nnoiunnsMon,'. 
Himnrr. the managemfnu^ this 
publication has df tided Ihe suh 
ject matier is important rmugh u> 
he printed on the fnmi pane. 

Throughout my adult years. I 
have always followed my inner 
feehngs or instincts. These in- 
stincts, developed through life ex- 
periences, continue to grow each 
day Some experiences are good, 
some are bad I'nfortunately. we 
learn much more from the latter. 

Certain experiences stand out 
in my life Two attempted rapes 
and a home break-in gave me a 
quick education in reality They 
also matured and refined my natu- 
ral instincts and my actions 

On the evening of Feb. I . wtnle 
walking lo my car after class, my 
lastinct questioned the person walk- 
ingbehind me Maybe bewasdiere 
all die time; or maybe he came out 
of nowhere Maybe he was walk- 
ing to his car maybe not 

1 conunued walking, suddenly 
realizing I had forgotten where my 
carwasparked No panic [always 
have my keys in hand in a defen- 
sive position and always have a 
can of mace in my pocket 

Wandering dvough die parked 
cars ; he wandered with me. Maybe 
he forgot where his car was parked; 
maybe not. I found my car. got in. 
locked die door and looked around. 
He was gone Still calm. I reaUzed 
I still had dial inner feeling of some- 
thing not quite defined 

The following Moixlay. Iheaid 
about die attempied rape on cam- 
pus This prompted my action of 
phoning the authoribes and con- 
veying my experience to dient It 
may or may not have been the same 
person, but I felt that action on my 
pan was essential 

1 will not allow anyone again to 
direaten my space, my boundaries 
or the boundaries of people around 
me 

I have worked loo hard at life 
to allow ihat to happen. Others 
have worked hard as well 1 will 
always take .iclion Anywhere and 
iinvtime 

There's a pnce to be paid for 
action It tould iv snuil or in some 
ca.scv. .1 \ci> hig price The incon- 
vcmcnte of filing ,t police rep<jrt, 
Ihc emh.ura'.Mncrii . ■! i.ilk.inp about 
Ihe csfwrieiicc. even the loss of 
peace anddigniiy. 

Dignity is a big pnce lo pay 
However, price has never been a 
problem foi me I will lake action 
and I will pay the pnce, anywhere 
and an> lime There is no price too 
high when ii comev lo m\ life and 
the quiililN of hie (or oihcrs 



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Harper News 



The Haibinger 



WLUP's Danny Bonaduce 
to perform here March 17 



itfftlvMOilf 



Tte cliancr to tee ractto 
pertonaMly Danny 

Bonaduce live in ccMcen 
combined wliti the pottt- 
bility of free food could 
mean a tkkei ni*li like 
; ever seen b«f o*c at 
' CoUefe 

Newt of BosMliice's 
plans to appear began 
i|Wt*<ti»f like wildfire 
caospus early ihn 
I despite a hectic 
t. Ike WL UP mid- 
day man ( 10 a.i». to 3 p.ai. 
weekday* on 97 9 FM) 
look some time Tuesday to 
pcffonaily tellTtM Harbrn- 
gcf abotii ki» plaiiii fo* die 
iltow 

Ihc former "FiMTiidfe 
family" cluM Mar ofifi- 
■aUy MgfaMed u> ladto lt»- 
lencra hi< »h€»w would he 
"poliiicalty incorrect " 
However. B'Oaaduce t«d a 
few phone call* fntin ikc 
coU^ie. wkila it wa» Kill 
oil the Bir Monday beipctt 
Mm decide «o *teer the 
■llow la other diret^iion* 

After tieinic asked if 
there w'Oiiid be an eucoie 



u> the iaf omercial he did with 
"Mega Memory** founder 
Kevin Tradeau last year. 
Bonaduce joked. *1 woukj like 
to. but I can ■ I remember w here 
i Ml Mai.'* 

In ail iail«wMBMi, iboug h. 
Bonaduce xaid he planned to 
have Trudeau on hand, and if 
poaaiMe niaktaae of his ahi li- 
lies. 

"I'ni going to get him 
drank and toe if be can re- 
member (nafflies of) ihc entire 
audience." brsinsiormcd 
Bonaduce out loud "That's 
funny m hell I may do that." 

And there'* more. 

-Not only will my entire 
(radio nhowi itaff he there." 
Bonaduce explained. "I hey 
wilt be performini; " 

He also Mud he plan» to 
hring wife Gretchen and fimr- 
month-old daut;hler Isabella 
lo the thow at well 

In ca»c the talent on stige 
is MM enough to pack people 
in the theater. Bonaduce has 
siaried the whech lurntnt; on 
a« offer even the most 
comedically Miitfied Harper 
iludenl wouM' not be able to 
turndown. 

"I'm thinking of fcedrng 
the entire audience." «aid 



Bonaduce sincerely, be- 
fore explaining he is in 
the process of searching 
out a corporate sponsor 
like Pizza Hut for the 
Harper stiig e show 

Last, but not least, 
what could turn out to be 
the show's largest draw is 
an offer by Bonaduce for 
(he ride of a lifetime. He 
refused the request of a 
Harbinger staff member 
for a ride in hts now-fa- 
mous Dodge Viper, say- 
ing in his own brass way 
there was "no ... chance 
in the world" the staffer 
would get a ride. How- 
ever, he then conrirmed 
that he does plan to give 
(WW- lucky penim at the 
show the opponuniiy in- 
stead. 

"Yes. I will pick one 
(audience member for a 
nde)." he said "Just not 
that (newspaper) guy " 

The show will be held 
on Friday. March 17 ai 
7 .W pm Ticket* are $ 1 2. 
Ihouph a discount is av.-iil- 
ablc tor HarptT studenl". 
faculty an4 statl 

Call 925-6100 for in- 
formation. 




ind AoM h a l i e ved to he done bv 
SaMdan wait easy 10 mce 

hiM i k mor f ftmn Jan. 17 mnri' Ian 
13. Sieiln iHd. whmhe is faehevad 
lo have mlM ansl «f the money. 

diy tt ichadiriatfL 

While the mcney dhi inMaHy 
■ from the cusiomers. niiher 
I ihe hooksture. the hooksHie 
I with those J 



acnamniiHvg ponce 
King aoied. "lipua i 



k is anknown if Satndtrs is 

tin'iMllady However, the next 

n set for I Mt 

p.m. m Pth. 23 at the Roiliag 



Norlhwcsum 
StiniiiUT Session OS 



Mciifciws counhouse. 

Whan arfied if there is any 
iiiag CBiMlinen cm do in the hi- 
tUR to prevent this type of fraud. 
King lepiKd. "For Ihis paiticulv 
naRHC. Ihrtc is very little one can 
do. and dierr was liiile Ihe book- 
More coaU do io pie«eni die lilu- 
Mionlroml 



Harper awarded for 
institutional excellence 



William Raney Hvper Col- 
lege was awarded the Award for 
Excellencr in Insliiutiooal Effec- 
tiveness Stralegtc Planning at a 
rrceni board meeting of (he Illi- 
nois Commumiy College board. 

Harper was chosen for the 
awnd based upon the integration 
of its strategic plan with the 
system*!, strategic plan for the fu- 
ture. VISION 2«XX). a Wuepnnl for 
the future dirrction of dae Illinois 
commumiy colleges 

In l989.HarpetCollege begin 
its Pwfcnrd Future ten- year stra- 
irgic planning pn>ce.ss under the 
leaderdiip of President Paul Th- 
ompson to bring institutional 
change and established the Col- 
lege as a Hue learning organiza- 
tion diat wouU serve as a center of 
continuous improvement for the 
commurotyanditsicsideats. When 



the VISION 2(XX) system-wide 
plan was unveiled. Harper Col- 
lege was in its third year of iLs 
visiootng process. Its ptanning 
pmcesspaiaileled the state'stown 
meelillg approach to vision buiU- 
ing An active panicipam in the 
town meetings held during the 
statewide strategic plan's forrou- 
lalion. members of the Harper 
College community subsequently 
imegraled VISION 2000 mio dieir 
existing Preficrrcd Future plan. 

The College uses a Sualegies 
for Renewal Model which is stu- 
dent -centered; embraces Priori ties. 
Quality and Productivity; and fo- 
cuses on Accountabilily/measur- 
able outcomes. The model pfaKcs 
the student ai die center and hnks 
die levels of individual units, in- 
stitutional systems and culture to- 
gether 




Editm r notr In rrsfxmse to 
wwr mtemt i^wmt uifrty on earn- 
ptt.1 aftrr the altrfttd sexual atiack 
Jan SO. we. at The Harhinger. 
have deeideil to print a "PMic 
StCfm Blotter' in every isaie. 

Thi.> porruM of the paper will 
hitthlixlit major reports filed with 
the puNic n^ety ttffice between 
ismta Our mff hopes a better 
hum4t4lfeaftafei\- related reports 
will help our readers take better 
care nf themsflves while on cam- 
put. 

rcfa. 16. 1995 

9:45 am. Hit ami Kun — A 
vehicle parked in Lol #12 was 
struck by an unidenaficd vehicle 
The dn ver of the unknown vehicle 
Wled to file the required repon. 

9:5fi am Suspicmm Persons 
— A faculty member reported dial 
two male subjects approached her 



in Lot '2 and asked strange ques- 
tions They were gone on airival of 
officers 

10:05 am Hit and Run — A 
vehicle parked in Lot #12 wa. 
struck by an unidentified vehicle 
The driver of the unknown vehicle 
failed to file the required repon 

Feb. 14, 1995 

TTm^ — An employee of lofoc- 
malion Systems reported a lap top 
computer stolen from DI32 be- 
tween 4 45 p.m. on Feb. 10 and 
10:30 am 00 Feb 14. 

Feh. 11.1995 

Harassment — An instructor 
filed an information repon con- 
cerning harassment of her and £m- 
ily members possiNy perpetrated 
by two students in one of her 
classes. Caw pending further in- 
vestigatioa. 



Everything 
under the sun 



fe«* whmn money was iAmi — 
Mm then email cvd' companies —' 
h» mM CM* for any losses. 
A o ii a dta j 10 Seilei. "We did 

■I w m# invatngalmg here and 
wortad with pahhc saiMy io.gM a 
wimm for har matt." 

Accmdlng to Kevin King, la- 
pcrvisorofriMilicSmiety.SiaHadars 
was arrested Feb. 3 at her resi- 
daiKe Mid chaigMl witfi chaigad 



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Hon)«f Col«fl« A«K»>omy ProfwMf »SjU Slptwo ilh »»»i r* •l»v«Tlh puMhhad book 

Harper professor published 



"This n my (hunk y«u book - 
dcdicalnl lo my leachcn Ijom 
H Fii<.-li.%.Carh;inRB Moore and 
Ktlwiitd J Olsen - and one of my 
t!in>nic% to write and illusirarr." 
comments Hnrper College Pav 
(es<iOf of Geology and As- 
tronomy Paul Sipiera 

Hi* oewesi chjldren't book. 



"Meieoiiles". which was pub- 
lidied b>' Children's Press. Chi- 
cago. twN |uM ht'cn R-leased. 

When asked why he got into 
wnti ngchildren't hooks, Sipiera 
remarked, "It* very challenging 
to lake a field of intetesi and 
hitak it into undemandabh; con- 
cepts thai a seven year old can 



understand. When journal ar- 
ticles are publi.shed, only about 
300 people are reached It is 
rewarding to know that my ideas 
can reach so many young 
people." 

Sipiera's books can be found 
in tnoiit libraries and area book- 
stores 



Ramadan — A holy month for all Muslims 



Cufftaiw 




dM hoty ■oMb of 

iHii ufeiin place tn 

I* • Haw of lMBi« for 

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■MM. Th«y NiWa tan Mr CM- 

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Uita 
and pieiycnum fori 
ihe name irf the Muslim'i One and 

Unly God. Accofdiog lo Itiaiaic 

mcIhv ddt' » die time Cod of 
dM CWiiiaK. die lews aid MiKr 



io Sana Tayycn. a 
' of HaipcT'i Maslim Slu- 
dnn. AtMxriaiKMi (MSA), "Many 
tmpk qy 'OMuiMt. '11tank.iigiv - 



fhcafond'dMk in|.,Fjsl«i«iilho»«daysofihelitc. 
mt a time for family lu get lo^ 
gedier Well, tm the Muslimpeofile 
all over the world, Kainadan is a 
time for family and friends locom: 
Wiedier Bicepl. ttwead of a day 
or two, Ramadan goes on fur an 
entirt najmh This monih is mil y a 
mcioth ihal I wait for year round 
Ifi a HKnith long holiday " 
TIk followers of Mam kUkm 



Ihe teachings of (be Prophet 
Muhammad, whoie teachings have 
been handed down from one gen 
cration to the ne»t since the 7th 
century in [he teachings of Ihe 
Qui'an. the Holy Book of Islam 
To the Muslims the Qiu an is the 
exact words olCiod Another book 
used by the Muslims i* the Hadith. 
which conveys the sayings and 
deed* of Muhammad. The Kach- 



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celebration, children dress in new 
clodies. people don't work anl 
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members They are always look- 
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l»S-% niii«i Mibnil a compleic 
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in the Sindem ArnvioesOtTice hy 
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miBl enroll in a minimiim of nine 
cmhl hours during both the fall 
and sprnift semeslers of I9«)S-'J<>. 
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TnBioe The leniiof office is April 
IS. l<»StoApnl 14. IWft 

Fimhei informalion and lornis 
are available in ihe Student Ac iivi 
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The Harper Child Learning 
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Channel J.VSBBM TV n. assist 
low income Harper student par- 
ents with child care Ices m the 
fic> time preschool while the 
parent is on campus allendmg 
classes or studying Children 
between Ihe agesof three lo five 
may he enrolled and must he 
le-isiered foribeentiic leniei- 
ii-i 

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student teachers 

Harper students who are par- 
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can contact the Child Learning 
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BtH not til stiMlcnis aglCB villi 
Mcml's outlook 

"FMfilc acni goiag to come 
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PEOPLE ON EARTH 

10. Rainforest diainsaw operator. 

9. Mionaires in prison. . 

8. Drivers w^ turn signal 
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7. Las Vegas lounge acts. 

k Unregistered voters. 

5. Frozen dhner enthusiasts. 

4. JaMein catcher. 

3. Someone in express 
checkout ine with 
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1 Oiain-smoking 
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Connect the leftover boxes to make 
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Are you doing anything differently in light of 
the recent rape report on Harper's campus? 




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m tAamm — ftim*ti Cho- 



Quinn l^ronad — Sophomore 
"taie M mghi al ray Friday 



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_..— ^ ctaiHoiMl«»Bcw.We«**til- 1 note -einliwple. lot more,." 

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ClMfyl Dituiiet — Student 
'1 willy doni do anyihint; di* 
(eim I juit) wA-liail I ihouldii't 
Miitk II. M It MeiiB tike m no- 
liied inddeiM." 



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Forensics team 
hosts competition 



UtCw 

FfioluiM E<9for 



When most people hear 

iihoni ■forensics teams"'. 
l,(ie> ciinjurc up images of 
shrinks in lah coats 
swarming around cadav- 
ers 

Himoif r. Ihc I'urcnsics 
(as in speech) leam here al 
Harper is very much alive 
and this weekend they 
proved thai ihcyre kick- 
ing 

Harper hosted a novice 
competition Saturday 
where only first year team 
members were allowed to 
compete. Mosi of the lo- 
cal iwo year colleges at- 
tended and some four year 
schools brought ihcir 
teams as well 

Despite the competi- 
lion. Harper's team did 
very well Salialie 
Hyrnicwici look first 
place in Dramatic Inter- 
pretation, whihc IS an 
event that rctjuircs the per- 
former lo cut a piece from 
a play or movie and inter- 
pret It wiihoiil help from 
props or other aciors Also 



placing in this event were 
Claudettc Peden, who 
look second and Paili 
lahcy who took sixth. 

Jeremy Shannon took 
second place with his Po- 
etic Interpretation. Also. 
he and Hyrniewic? took 
second place in Duo In- 
terpretation which IS an 
event where two people 
perform a cutting from a 
movie, play, or piece of 
prose. 

Patti Kalanquin.oneof 
the team's coaches, said 
she was proud of her leam 
and excited for them. An- 
other of the coaches. Dr. 
John Muchmore. said that 
it w«s a good competition 
with a nice turn out from 
the surrounding schools. 

According lo 

Muchmore. the speech 
team is a very rewarding 
experience for ihose who 
get involved and can pro- 
vide many benefits out- 
side the academic arena, 
"lis undeniable that one's 
ahitiiy to present ideas is 
critical to his or her suc- 
cess personally and pro- 
fessionally" 



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Have you O.D.'d on O.J.? 



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. fh» loteit* Ml parionn et Horpsi on Apit 



Wxjio ax/i«w of ShxJent 



1964: The Fab-4 live again 



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HsKfa CoOtgi m 7 JO pm A|inl 

l9iiillltJB«iMli«ttMlB. 

CoMH M« OK of «« Hum 
tomb ever on iMt cMipM tMl 
hen ilKin play all pro- I9M matl. 
Tickris for the iliow arc on -iale 
nowiKlhelNmanketniiK J Bmkl 
■III ma cmt $4 for uadMM and 
SUrnlhepaMic 

~Al finl iht' MiiMice wat in 
awe." ei.plMKti one terimm of 
IIM't^^w "Maiy dtlMicvcf* 
uooil mlh dieir muMllt langii« 
open TteycaaUnalteHevcwM 



The roemhc n of 1964 arc The 
TftlNMe ant Mark BenMin (Join 
Leimoo). Iinnny Pou i Geofte 

HaniMn). Gief OmHgt (Riafo 
S«atr), and lad but wM IcaaL Giiry 
CuimctCPIiatMcCanney). Grimes. 
(jcoige and Bcmiori »cfe ongmal 
nicfiidcit wlwii 19(a hcitaii m 
1»4 

Tlicir ame* lecoml cimpany . 
AppteCmps. ti«J , came afier l%4 
•lirnlly aflw iJiey hegan. noi jmsi 
bicauM they we*T fanf in hr 
popular. Ntr twc-wic they cmn titvi 
al<Nil.all Hk Heaths' imierial nh^ 
jMt. IfttcantiedKittgMaf.ihcy 
own it accdidiqg lo " ><NM'C pn>- 



niMianai material; pailer!i.i«caRli. 
tape*. HAim. lies, die •oit* 

All mfarmtttitm reganling 
'fSI64~ in ihii tinuir lux hrm 
rrpiimrd w:lh I'frmtsimn from 
Carngm Lgf masaime^ 



LowoGoniton 

__Amajnl«itorimafittaWr 

I am so -iick of OJ rotrrage ' I 
came heytind the pmnt of caring 
when CNN rehrosulcaia the fanx-J 
Broncocha>er<M3ilayK«irwghi Is 
heguiliy orinnoceni? At thii. point, 
ihe only pc<iple who can tnily he 
ti-Mindftiiltyaretht' m-ili., ..t k-.- 
m)u» ht)mt>aidinera . ■ ! 

But wlucihoul ( > ! _._:j-, 

at this point In the iradition of 
being sick of hew in$ atom OJ , I 
have comjKwfd thi ■. 1 im o( the Top 
Ten things I wotild rather do in 
stead of watchinf; the O J trial ; 

10) Groom hoth of my dog* 
and give them pedicuiieii. 

9) tk) the .' weeks wonb of 
laundry thai has iniidvencmly built 
tip in my cloches hamper 

8) Check out the new book by 
Eric Meneodez 

7) Waich Ihe Village PiH)pie 
vi«too» over and over again 

6) Karaoke lo New Kids on the 
Block on national television 

5) My math homework 

4) Have my gall bladder re- 
moved. 



3) Spend hours (and money) 
calling phone sex lines 

2 ) Clean up aflet the elephant!! 
at Brookfield Zoo. 

And the number one thing I 
wouM rather do than waich the 
OJ. trial — 

1 1 Wnic Ihisedilorial and hope 
thill I ni noi the finlj one who would 
soorxfi die than vi.iich another 
mmuif of .1 covciiije. 

Wtui IS Uk' I ■ ■ - it, hing 
turn im irial' Ii . i me 

<:>nf wjy or the I'lm-i iii- was a 
gieat l(K>il>iill player. ,i decent ac- 
loi. hut was he a murderer? I don't 
know and I really don't care. At 
tills point Its up to the jury to 
decide his guilt or inmKencc. 

He has been tried m the media, 
even though Judge Ito has tried to 
bar that from happening. The 
media's over involvement almost 
defeats the purpose of having a 
jui> trial The jury may be sequeii- 
leiied. but how sequestered can they 
leally be when OJ references are 
coming up everywhere? 

I refuse to watch the coverage 
simply beciwse it doesn't nunier 
anymore. 



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Pianist Karan Sandeit and 
met to- soprano Marilyn Colet will 
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9 at 12 :l5pmalllMiMtCali(tc. 
Ro««bP205 

A prof c^Mir erf pumo iindp((]a> 
lOKy ai EjBKin llttnois Univef- 
iity.ClwilMoa.Siad 
ai aioiiiiil. diii»-piani«(. I 
nisi and chamber ma»ic player 
She hat music degrees from 
Gu%tavus Adolpbus College and 
I. niseruiy of Wisconiun. Madi 
son. Sandent has dune additional 
graduaac wort ai the tmveriiijnil 
IliiBois. die University of iowa. 
and Botton I'aiverniiy ai 



ranglewttx] 

Coles iraches Engilil. Ilaliim. 
FiMch. iiiid' Oman diction, and 
MiQg and opera hieialine M Ean- 
«m lltiaois l<m*cni<y. She h« 
ntnaic defft** ffoni &. Olaf Col- 
bp and dw li'nmraiy uf lltaiis 
and CMMues die caiecni of pcr- 
limniiq: ani« and voice ttacher. 
Rwcntly slie the rote tif Baha in 
Manoni-s "The Mediaro ' with die 
SptimlMdOiwa. 

Tlif conceit is ftm and open to 
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The Haifoinger 



Our View 

Complain. C otnpUin. Comptain. 

Two iMws iMo Ihe new iieiiiesier with a new 
•tafraad ikcady we have received cntiasm: 
ScMMone considered it offensive l« pnnt the phrase 
"BiHc-caTying while man" wiihm a column. We 
saw irony in this, considering the authors own 
mother i* itn Epi!M:tipalian priest. Our response to 
tfiM claim i» we pnMni the column on the npinitm 
ptge. 

Another complaint was that inir ediiorial in the 
last i<t.<(ue was ttx> political We'd like to know the 
i of "itx> political." II "tixi political" 
makinj; an el(t>rt to show suppt>n to victims 
of ^ciual abuse and assatill. then quite cenainly wc 
are "loo political." 

Wc proved we listen to people's opinion's by 
allocatiiig extra spa«.e for Ihe n(Hxl of letters we 
received about The Bather. Too treqiientlv thM"s 
what we receive here at The Harbinger - 
cofflplaims. 

Well, from all the complaints we've received 
recently, we formed a few of our own 

• Why did most of the teacher<> neglect lo tnfornt 
their students of the alleged sexual attack'' 

• Why didn't administration let student* know it 
was ,»chool policy that a Public Safety Officer hoiKir 
a Mudeni's request for an e.sc«xt to his/her car. 

• Why d«ies there appear to be so much 
mi.scommunication between college administrators 
on such a sen.sitive issue ' 

• Why IS there so much apathy on campus that 
only 96 people voMl last election for Student 
Senate'' 

• Why do students talk and complain about the 
bookstore pnces. yet take no action to change the 
.Situation'^ 

• What about the fact that administration ha.s an 
indoor parking garage in Building A while a few 
lucky students get to park as close a.s B ponecs 
away? 

• And what alMNil llie lack of lighting around 
Building P 

• Ptea.se keep in mind since there is still no 
official report, the college was not legally 
responsible to inf(>rm anyone of the allegctl 
incident, yet they set up seminars and programs for 
the safety of concemeJ students So. why thtrn did 
m>b<*dy attend the first three seminars and 
programs.' 

If you have a gripe about stimclhing we print, 
write us a letter or stop into the office and talk to us 
- instead of whining behind our hacks. 

Well, now that we've had an opportunity to 
complain, we can go back to rep«>ning the news we 
believe is i.\i the utmost interest to the Haipcr 
communiiy. 

Which IS. after all. what we do best. 



Cleaning up The Bather's image 



raul nOdMI 

nnowvciwcic 



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lis gocxl 1« scr Hjupei ofTi- 
ciali av Ittinking alKtul wx iusi as 
much » vlir layiierun I ' vc alwayt 
ilwu|;h< pom wk Uir only ilua|> 
mtasiog framlMghei olucaiion, twi 
MM f (iad CMnfon ia die (act I'm 
nolahine 

r m spcuking. of coune. sTTlie 
Bmiirr" — <• Iwgc net of hoown tel 
iliiiecdy in final of ihr mad Ire- 
quciMed doors on caoipus. the doort 
of Buiiiliiig L. 

Oden I'vciiiwi^nnlliow mucli 
mcwc pkaum my coIIcik rxpeii- 
encecoald be if uoiy Icould. when 
ever I lo deaind, gaze upon die 
ImIM pan of puongan I've evei 
leen m my wMe lifr ' Wow' What 
1 Ihnll' 

Well, now i can. And I gci lo 
share the manmanes ofmytxpe- 
nenct wtili (laienii and leacheis 
who sliof the Ixjok state, hrowie 
(he lihrury or litillale the tongue 
wilh wme sleiuned miK front the 
colfcc dike I finally (<«l I can 
identifv with my fellow man 



So wliile lappia^ up mochaand 
fondling cigareaes. we no longer 
have to «iaie a the ground 10 avoid 
feeling anctinifonat>le.wecan just 

Uxtkiitlahi'ohf In fact, since I quit 
smoking. I don't have a 

Jam ihing lo do 
whilegawkingiu 
the etinrmoul 
knocken Bot 
thai* OK. juii 
itiirini; n fine 
with me 
B e 
w are. 




Tbcre 

lie a 

few 

II n 

couth 

i n d I 

viduals 

whoclamlhat 

il'sanor 

something 

ftim 't let Ihem ruin itfnr you. One 

took al dahtwhs and you loo will 

agnc — The Bather is much more 

lil« an. Us ii symhol of man's 

wanton desire foe the greater things 

in life 

And Harper has needed agood 
liberalesque pair of torpedoes on 



campus ever since (lie bun of oar 
namesake was erected 

The only protilem 1 have wiih 
The Balhet. though, is thai die 
artsy-tansy types Bobbitjted off 
the lower half — in the name of 
g(X)d ta.sle. of course. It would' ve 
been much nicer lo have the rniire 
Bather mounted on my campus, 
tnl since that wasn't an option. 
I'm glad they graced the 
grounds widi the half of larger 
perspective. 

And since Harper's 
higher- ups think along 
the same lines I do. 
how aboui gelling 
one of Picasso's 
offspring (odo 
sculpture 
of two 
people 
covered 
with 
Camex 
getting fiietKBy on 
die hood of an F.l ramino' Thafd 
look real nice in from of Building 
A. 

Or second thought, get Hugh 
Heftier to do it ll might not have as 
much impact on the "an" world, 
but al least they won't cut off ihe 
tires. 



TWO SPIDER 
LEG$S AND 
AN EYE or 

NEWT.. 




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Opinion 



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Message to motorists: Don't risk my safety! 



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■atr lyf 

I «ki>uui like wialaauMMKHi 
K) ihiinii all the drivari hcK in Ac 
Slaw of tltiiKHit. wKb • ipecial 
BIB— VI pmmit fm Hipcr 
Mdkaiik. fcr feOowHig tt* nlk% 
of *c DDiA. Tlwak you to Uie 
iM««»*iie«NMotttrl|lM l«ir 
m avoid •anni; tony five wc- 
(MMfe (w a vcbtclc turning lefl 
wihow iMiiiil on iMt iwii tig- 

TlMak y<M «» tfK dHwnt ilw 
all on iM < 



Ukc (lyinc. tuit I was too taty 
ciMEtaimiae on liie iiMfei dial 
(billed % my eye* iiM«al. 

A* I laid on ihc pmaA, my 
only tlmughii wew of how mudi 
I loved my Kanoer i^ha mm. 
MHinf aiiny iMiiBc wtdi m> Iu«n» I- 
«i%f 0r^wtM:jiMlM|ifienctl). IMM 
midi I Imd aixnnfilislieil in my 
ihM. lilWme. and hem mwiti I 
wai |liMlg.li» l«i«e becMiae some- 
iMdy dhMiilii. Me oMild let away 
wiih hreaklof 'UK law. Not only 
dklhe rtori'*«aiiclMf«taHiii| 
lo y»eld."' he *•» dnvinjt on a 
wtixiMlid liMne w he wmn'i 
Mffowd 'K ht M' Ukc »twl in itic 



niia|iM%e 

Md have 10 ilMn OM Aeir bnftc*. 
Thaak yw M> an Ihe dHvm tlw 
■n oMo a 50 ayfe iMdway. 



cnwiag at 5 laiili. mmalimem 
has lo iilaaiM Ms hnkc* 
Thank ym to die wiMMJerful 

. dKy aft kii^; of iie 
mdM**y drtvc 19 mph dmi^ 
• 1 9 «pk mv or C1M ytH off M 
*• mil onto AltoM|nta Road 

tMSMM dwy diai'i waM.'io wail 
tariM 1^. Aada aptoaL. hcan* 
red diaafc youm Hit 
whodMiliKycaNi 
a May i|tM aad iMfec a Ml inn. 
wiM i» IgM dHafn AwB Kd 
lo pMA k it a d»ivtr Mi' ym 
«Hin cMwi ae to have •■ acct- 
d(id. AH'accMM In wMch. I araa 
hKfcy M naivlvc hecaaai I waa 
Mviai alaoaiircycle. 

k i* a iamtMlai IwKni lo 
have yoar face 1Uf»" a cat dow 
add iwn mi dinwgh the air I 
taoMldllla W lay thai It felt II IMk 



The law i«only »»cffe«i»e m. 

dit' ijcofile ««ho ftJfta ti He- 
eauicaflM*nua'tdi*m|iect<ar 
the law a«t a Maiaaf dlsre.'«|]ect 
fcr the rights of ruhcri. I have had 
my Ilk turned (ifMide down In- 
mraaee headaclir». itme olTfain 
awflt. 'iw tiT drivtni. and die 
ICMt ol" my dfeaa of hcc«Miin{. ji 
pote' o<tor hccaoiK' ol' the tn- 
jancalMMiaiaMltohodtMy liien. 
ai« .^. a few ways Aal my life 
hill been f<jfeveT alieied. 

i waA only one and a half 
Maektaway'taai my home- Ifhe 
had miieeied die fact ilM he but 
die povileiie to drive, would I 

lo dMi 



laademaodcadiiinie liiiniti 
oaiD my imtorcycle. there i» j 
n«li iniiiilociJ I «)Htn|ly accepl 

lM*n»k i alto iiMAmiiMid many 
licoiNe dlkiile miMWi-yclev and 

dWir iidm Howevct. I alway* 
hMMW angiy <ei|K«tal)y aow) 
tadlliaiC'aiy'lMt heconmMiher 
hccMM of wnMacM 'and in- 
cowldkMeyeopIc drivmf on die 



Iteve earned iheflgN lo ^hiue 
dw mad wid) other vehicles I 

have a ClaM M Lkcnte.. I am not 



MMnv v%ilil i<nil crj/y biker 
chick • I .'wn tiiv own business 
t am the niiiniiging editor ol The 
Harhmtirr I volunteer my time 
widi the Chicago Police Depart- 
ment I work in Rogen Park with 
the nminiunily policing progiam 
to help nd our city of dil^ and 
violence Thcie coniribution^ 
land maay. many morel show 
thai I am a decern. feKpedfvt. 
btt-abidinf cid/en 

Thctct<irr. I refuse to hiivc 
my freedom w nJc j motorcycle 
lakenaway. luidmy Ittedismpleil. 
jotl because sumetmi' thinks they 
are above the bu I speoiill) the 
peiiple whtt attend Harper and 
dnve dirnugh the (wkin;; lots 
Helwem die hit iiml runs, head 
oncolUiWMMi and die speeding in 
our parking kits and roMJways. I 
an temfied to bnng my bike id 
st-h«»oI However. I am not going 
l»letmy fear ol you slop me from 
dmng what I enjoy doing 

If you are going to change 
lanes, mm on your turn signals 
and wail < If you need lo turn onto 
1 itiadway w idi ahigh speed limit. 
be patient and learn how to judge 
ipeed and disuncc' If you aie 
dnink. do not dnve' II you have 
asutjiendedlii-ensc.A} not drive' 
If you are utktng on the phone or 
10 vomeone else in the cm pay 
anemion lo alt vehick-s. espe- 
cially motorcycles' And lo 
Harper people, stop being so im- 
niaiuie and disre^ciM Tben- 
aw adwr paopte who want to (:ei 
to wbeir diey ace going just as 
had B» you, so dooi put dieir 
livei er yours tor atai malirr. in 
danger Thenestacodeni victim 
nay MM Iw aa 'hidiy as I wa» and 
you'll Ikivf to ilioU'ldcr die nr> 
sponsibltily of shallering 
soraetine's lite, tor the rest ol 
your Ue, if you actually have a 
conscience 



Freedom: From failure, rejection, harm 



Ooa-. ^^'c- 

. ;ng. wMl (ear ..... 
m.ioday't wotM. but wc Mudtt'i 
amy ftar aNamd Ukc a hciivy 
sock on our back*. 
Reading the 



aiHapar.lcftinri 

fut the college bad only one aurh 
reported incident in its hisiory. 
in a day when such aiwses are 
hecoiBlng commonplace 
GiaMail even one occurrence is 
too many Bui coaatdering we 
are living ia a culwe where 
! ia fanpani. Harper li m- 



Skonly after die re|Mntd in- 
cilkM. I overheard a dianiiMag 

coavanaiioa hciwccn two «iu- 

dead diacauiaf die proMnliiy 
of dro^piag nigM claiisea lo 

BiiMi aiiMit. Drtving 
> dM diy . I aaviaiMMd ovr 



country wn|)|iad m a Manket of 
few. An aura of i|i|Mtlien«ion 
lurks everywlicie.,, oilei propa- 
gated, by tlw !m-di.a. 

OirstH I dieiiim 

InliiniiodvLv.:.. :u\toiy:hiii 

WaMiiag Ike len o'clock 
new.! ii. <M»gh to give anyone 
aifhtniies as television keys in 
on die extrenies itnd out Ututi th 
Hm can lie a heallhy mui i vatur . 
wimiRg m K> lake prec»iiioo 
and he awart. tnit it cjm aim 
hold us in an icy grip of paraiy- 
lif.. 

NoM Of us are iminuae from 
tear. 

Cwtsliig Harper campus at 
duakailrr die reported assault. I 
ftmndniyielf breathing a sigh of 
relief cm reaching my car saiely 
Feeling secure once on ihe high- 
way I dwHight idwul how good 
It felt to have spent a day leam- 
iag more ahoMRiy erafl — aday 



I coiild have easily been absent 
had I allowed my tews to rulc 
Enaltalioo turned to sAJness us I 
Ikwgiit aboul die many lost op- 
ponHiiiJes dirough die years. 
haeame of my fears. 
Fear of failure. 
Fear of rejection 
Fear uf physical harm 
t.,.'nless »e ch<»se '.o liv i- in j 
plastic hubNe. insulated trorti 
wtirldlycomaci. we will be defil- 
ing widi feelings of fear all of 
our live*. F^ing these feelings 
head oa loosens dieir power to 
paralyze us from moving tor- 
ward. We can decide 10 live lite 
more fully andsieptxH. uashack 
led by our fears, and confident 
that a losing CJod has promised 
to be with us always and in all 
Circumstances. 

Try n I guaraniee you " II dK»- 
OU^Iy enjoy die feeling of free- 
dom dial replaces the nagging 
feao in yoiu- life 





?(' Al! Ci'merned 5r«- 
dcn/s 

I am very iniercsted in 
serving the needs of Harper 
students. If one student 
comes in with a need they 
want voiced, it is my oOliga- 
lion. whether as PrCMdeni 
or as a studau-at-large. to 
asstiM them m voicing diat 
need If it happen dial, in the 
beginning. I agree with dieir 
opinion, this does not mean 
that I am serving my own 
agenda. I had no less than 
ten students come lo me widi 
a concern about the bather I 
did nol soIkii publicity I 
merely helped them seaah 
for the p«)pci ways to chan- 
nel thetr compLiints 1 was 
hcuiKlcd t\\ the Us.ai news 
papers, including the Har- 
Iringer. toofficially statcniy 
opinion. I ined repeatedly 
to refuse an interview by 
laying thines like "no set 
frians have been made " This 
mode them call more often 

I was educated by a very 
tntellit:ent instructor here at 
Harper as to the purpose of 
the "disfigurement" than I 
«viines*ed At that point, 
when my opimon was no 
longer controversial, no one 
cared that it had changed. I 
wefeomed die peace. 

I have decided that if 
tficie is somediing dial in- 



terferes with the education 
of even one student, dien it 
becomes my concern If this 
is not protecting the rights of 
.student-s diat I rcpresenL dien 
I think that there is a prob- 
lem with the derinition.l will 
fKi resign my position' If a 
student came lo me today 
with a legitimate complaint. 
1 would assist them as well. I 
made ilcomplelelyclearthan 
I was not acting in behalf of 
die Student Senate dxai. If 
duswiis misunderstood, dien 
it was the fault of the reader. 

And for your infornui- 
tion. my opinion of ttie art 
may have changed, but I 
would stand up for thai 1 
believe m again without hesi- 
Liiion. Your opinions are 
importani lo me and I will 
always listen to you I did 
not get angry at a call for my 
resignation, but that will not 
happen How many of you 
have written to the paper 
before this, or even read it? I 
think that this "controversy" 
showed me. if nothing else, 
diat Harper students are not 
as apathetK as I have heard. 
1 hope you will be as pas- 
sionate about other things at 
Harper than can really make 
a difference, ax you aivaixiui 
diis issue. 

Sincerely, 

Tcrri Ellis 



C)n Monday, frbniary 20, 
1995. there was a group of 
sludems in the lounge on the 
second floor of Building A. 
They were dancing to a heat 
dial made odicr students take 
notice Personally speaking. 
we found it very entertaining. 
It made students, ourselves 
included, realize what it's like 
to be in a fun environment, 
capeciallywhilehcing on cam- 
pus. 

We feel diat die interfer- 
ence of dc Public Safety of- 
ficers was not only rude, but 
also inconsideiaie; cxmsider- 
ing dial diis is a STUKNT 
U)UNGE.andNOTacl«s- 
room or business office! 

We felt diat it was our ob- 
ligation to say soemthing 
ifaonldiisincident Youwould 



think that students would 
come on campus to escape, to 
an CKtenL the oppression tlial 
is displayed in our society 
every day : but to come on cam- 
pus and have the same op- 
prexsioo and pressures follow 
diero here too? Thai's ridicu- 
lous! 

Whatever happened to die 
freedom of enpres-sioo? We 
see it as those students were 
e^cpressing diem.selves with 
their dancing and beat. Public 
Safety are here lo ensure the 
safiety of the students, not to 
bodier diem. If Public Safety 
would do what diey were hired 
to do, incidents like the rape 
on campus last month wouM 
not have happened. 

ErikHaasea 

Kaie Jozwiak 



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ar» rul. vUMte are 
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From: Big V 

GItty ■©•: 
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Or perhaps pancake*? 
WouM you lilie 
haahbrown* with that? 
Or poaaibly eome J.? 
Meet me for eome! 

From; La^ 1" 

J.F.: 
IVUZ UPH Girifll Talk to 
you later. PEACE!!! 

Pcvm: Homey 

B.K..: 
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Flying! ATTACK!! 

From: Ma^ Oueen 



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From. CRJ101 

LX: 
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From: The Pre» 

Many. many, many, thanks 
to the wwnderful totally 
rippln' kick-butt cool 
people Mfho wake me up as 
I sleep In my classes. 
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Hey Snugfl!**- 
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think of something. 
How BAD do you want 
m«? 

From: Tasle 

Hey Taiir. 
What are planning 
tonight? Well anyways. 
I need you »n4 want 
you. 

Love. Snuggles 

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A remindrr to Mudoiu who pin 
on graduating dunng eilher Spttng or 
Summer seroistcn,. you need M file a 
Petition for Graduation. 

Studcniii who qualify for a Ocgnc 
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semisier. need to Petition for Gradu- 
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Tennis team prepares for 
exciting spring '95 season 



VdMtoWaWdRh 

MonogmgMtot 



Even though the ground is still 
covered with ice and snow, the 
men's tennis learn is abeady gear- 
ing up for what could be a trip to 
the Nationals in May 

PractKing in the gym of Build- 
ing M can Ik a challenge since the 
vanifbed flooc docs not accurately 
W fmu aciual playing conditions. 
However, being ahk to woit on 
overaU conditioning, as well as 
practicing the basics, will help pre- 
pare them for their season opening 
match against Rotary College on 
March 28. 

"We have a solid team all 
araandthisyear.wiihGr^gNaiaer 
and Kevin Howard leading die 
learn The entire team should 



tpalify for Nationals this year." 
Head Coach Roger C King said. 
The team is hard working and 
Ihey have already set high stan- 
dards for themselves. This will 
show in competition." 

Nasser, a fieshman. was a state 
qualifier all four years at Hersey 
High School in the #1 singles posi- 
tion Howard, a sophmore and 
ranked with die CDTA, Iransfercd 
from Lake Forest College this yev, 
ready to play for the Hawks diis 
season. The odier players round- 
ing out die learn are: Gene Taota, 
sophmore; Kevin Hogendorp, 
firethman; Victor (Ron) Gutierrez, 
sophmaie; Tom Kusch. sophmore 
and Craig Ferengul. fireshmai. 

The leom to beat diis year is 
Du Page." said King. The Hawks 
win take on Du Page April 18. 





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lite yam hmA. Oamnmue fnrld dimrmions 
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iMMMiBiie game. MWfoU alt players bui 
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it • iwal teas iiiofl; ht' « 'iMkc HMD prove it 

••^•■WMmfflJItwil —* SiMKfcs and pua- 
■hai 'iKiui^ said. 

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tte DM ipon where then ti MM Mwii toing 
<M« eae nine Id keep peopie'i awMio*. w 
t My jMt ciitnhine evemsi to Ml the tianiti 

teeaRfiil.thou^ Mixing shixpui with 
dw [(») imur dsh can w<«k. Iwi not shot 
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■i^MM «Mi dw pkgrtit Hd ymi CM he 

dM BHi* for M IMM at him * •• piayen. 
kM. 

P«e*ai — Lo«e dte pak! Hiit |mk 
Mm lo he played by i«d imi vhodMai 
■wMt if dary l<M a lew at* « taoli an 
wUe) at inng at diett lew wml 

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Think atmol it. Place two Of dme iiK ho 
i»r iwi. iJimy. ch««« and pepperoni oo the 
you'd have playen tlipfimg. shd- 
dKieamng enough let actu- 
ally fM people vaichuig Tlie only proMem 
hate k ptyiitg for die ekanip lAer e«b 



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litatoiMWiaHar 
loff. Sim. dMcottof HaipWaaddtik 
I to ay if oar $»y» pteyed 
> ar dlMldar pa*. biM die 
aaa caai. codd te abaMta 

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Coir— Make II a real compaMiM. WIU' 
cares who |Mi 10 die hole in ihe tevtu 
mm»m of iteitT la t l e ad. start tiimng ihetc 

"a M aM " . n i igw iM ^ Itain ihe same kxa- 
dM al dH «nti' UaH. Iri all partn-i 



w venM. Wlio ever icmct Hm mni 
By d« way. ao padi or helmeis al]in»t(l 



— A arinor twm on die 
'hM potaat" can help bring 
loihittpcwt Addalittle 
hidden wKts of various 
and a HfbHr M> dw iDfBiiila ^realy 
ia plact, iMl yaa*d see MUtng . ipikii«. wd 
Mockiai widi MgiKy never before imn ai 
Haiper'i Mdd Inuic. 

Wiaaliat — 'Thia lati one is eaiy. I've 
■cM'«ic«diiigaiHaiTer.andl*vesecawfet- 
daif al the Roicaioal Hotiion Nooffemc 
lo our iclHxit'* adilcles. but whal I sec from 
Hulk llogan is mocjl naac cauancaw. 
i^H up nipet i«it liaabacklcs. five each 
a pctwnatKy lo nuacli his nick- 
. '(iadaimipof piyelMMic managers » 
in each wiestlcT's ciimei. add some 
ai (IBI the nglH monirntv and BAM. 
yoa'Hfel people waiclungeirh nvHch. e»en 
m Haifcr College. 



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:le*an or* «row«d t>y a manitai ol ■<• Good N»w« haora. moklne a boaial thd ha^ad 
awlnmsvicloivowNwCMcagoMaAI-SarlMm. SarordWolf 

Bears invade Hawk country 



Tlie CkMd News Bean BashcdMll team 

» Haiper on Sunday. February 19 lo 

piMabeaeftiame for Marklund Chiidrens 

Homes. 

tlie Bean team aKlnded Troy Auzene. 
RaymoM Harris. Terry Obee. Myron Baker. 
Dwayne lo%ej*> and Keilh Jenmng» The 
Good News Bears » an orgamzaiion made 
■p of Nveial Bears who donate (heir lime to 
laiie foadi for charitable orgamutioiu 
Aanaaociag te game were former Beats 
GlcB Kodeiwski and Ron Morris 

ttakhmd, llMaided in 1 954. serves chil- 
(ken and adnlls with developmental dis- 
abttiues. "We opeme residential homes. 
cAicalional racilitics and day caie cenurs 
thnwghnut l^iPage Tounty for the seven 
and profoundly disabled," said Debbie 
Finlet. Public ReMam Coordinator for 
Maridand. 

Tki hMdand/Boll .\ll Stars team in- 
dadadenvloyeet of corporaK sponioni for 
the event. 

Boh Love, former Bull who h«l his 
jency miied in January 1994. and the sec- 
ond highest scorer in Balls history with 
12.623 poiMs. was on hand at coach and 
player for the All Stars "1 consider my 
speech problem iidisatnliiv.soii\ I w<.*l(jng 
widiMarkluodl a natural match. I like lo try 
U help yiMig people with a few encourag- 
ing wards and keep die« spints up Icnjoy 
doing these dangs. I play in their golf 
toutnaineiM. and I'm die keynote speaker at 
thru bani|ue<s— wherever they need me " 
The lip-olTwem to Marklund with Love 
pulling die first poinis on the board for die 
Ail- Sun The Bears, ihougb not dnnnnal- 
to slay out Croni okmi of the 



Myron Baker had m Icjtsl 2 1 poinis and 
showed he lad some great moves on the 
cowl when he stole the hall from Love e irly 
m die firsi half Baker, along with Raymoni 
Harris, were the leadnig Koren for die Bears 
wtihacomhined total ofnMRdaai4l pona*. 
•'I just like to he bringing a little snule to the 
kids' faces lalwa>s moke miAcK .iv.nlaWe 
for them IMarklundj." said Haker 

Keilh Jennings, w hose broad smile Indi- 
caicd he wa.s having » much fun as the kids 
«id. "I jusi c«)me out lo the games for 
them ■■ He made one young man by ihe 



nanx of Immy veiy happy when be look Urn 
from his wheelchair and let him assist widi 
afieedirow. 

There wete some 50 disabled cfaiktreo 
and adnlls— all in wheelchairs— on hand 
for die game. Marklund provides nampor- 
lation for these outings and the volunteers to 
aastst 10 caring for these sevetely disabled 
people. 

When Ron Morris was announcing, his 
daughter. Meghan. 8, was leadir^ cheers 
with Ihe newly -formed Marklund 
cheerleading squad made up of Maikluod 
employees' children. Morris said. Tve 
been associated with Marklund for 8 yean 
and it ' s a pleasure to see die kids have agood 
lime. The kids are (he big wioners." 

Theresa Gabelhausen. a Marklund em- 
ployee and spomor for die young Marklund 
cheerleaders who were dressed in Bears 
orange and Nue. made the event a family 
aCfair widi daughters Ashley. 12. Biinany. 
9. Courtney. 7. and Daylee. 3. making up a 
big pan of the squad Lakiesha BanletL 4, 
rounded out the pompon girls and admitted 
diis was die beginning of her cheerleading 
career. 

Troy Auaene wowed die crowd widi a }- 
pointer dial hit nothing but net And the 
audience cheered with Terri Glict, die only 
female player on eidier lea— and by far die 
sbonest— sunk two shots in her Gist half 
appearance. 

Throughout die game Bears player) 
daew autographed footballs into die stwds 
and invited some young people down id 
make free dirows. 

Benny the Bull, always a crowd pkaser. 
was availaMe for autographs and pictures 
And Hop-a-long die Clown (a.k a. Steve 
Weynch ) a member of the Marklund Clown 
Club was on hand to enteruin. The club » 
made up of eight clowns and headed by 
RoKeMary Ctmroy. President. "We work 
parties and pkrnicsand all dieclownsdonaie 
iheif ume." said Conroy 

Jim Ford, Pre.sident of Bolt Industries, a 
corporate sponsor for die benefit said, "a 
Ihend introduced me to Marklund about 
five years ago. diey [die kids) capture my 
heart" 

The final score The Good News Bears - 
89. All Stars 79 But the real good news 
wete the smiles on the faces of the young 
Marklund youngsters. 



The Uarbiii 



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ClMdi out oar very own 
coBtroverslal columnist, 
Flod«n! Frcsli from ■ 
business trip, lie shares 
some words of wisdom 
with you. 
Opinioas, Page 8. 




ClMcti 4NII Harper Hawks 

iMthaH ttam! Tkc Kason is 
abowl to start. 
Spwns, PfeRC IX 



b tlie iMtraft tiM IntenM? 

Harper dw* iwt lunv plHH far 
an tiWeraiict ramp onto Ike 
iitformatioa luperMgiiwajr for 
jrtars. i*a|c4k 



Harefool in tiic Park. Martii 
17. m. 19. 24. 25. Read al 
alMNit tlii« Ml pimr. Ha cait and 
crew. Pane?. 



Parking lots to be improved 



ANaa Karabalfiikova 



Member* of the Hwper 
community using parking 
kNx I and 1 2 on cumpus will 
have a difTicuK lime Tinding: 
puking space come (be 
middle i^ March, due to a 
planned expaiiiuofi of 
Algonquin Rood. 

On Feb. 23. Harper 
College"! Board of 
Tra.«lee'!i allocated 

$526,000 lowardt repaving 
(hose lots and relocate (he 
south pcnmeter rood, which 
run« parallel to Algonquin 
Rd. 

The wi-canipus road- 
work will lead (he way for a 
future widen ing of 
Algonquin Road iind i<i 
eipecied lo make entering 
and leaving Harper much 
etisier than before 

l»iin of the construction 
project will make parking 
and walking (o cbts safer. 
I J.-M.S I and 2 will eventually 
be restriped lo run perpcn- 
dKular With Harper buthl- 
ings. as opfxned to the oir- 
lent configuration in whwrh 
vcitklcs run parallel to the 



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ParMitg lot 1 touth of Building L don* tho now parking arrangment scheduled 
for tome campus lots, so students no longer have to walk between cars to get 

Paul Fkxlen photo 



to class 

kxaiions studentii wain to 
reach. The new .striping 
pbn. already implemented 
in the new portion of kit I 
near Building L. will end 
(be need for students to 
walk through rows of c*s to 
gel to class. 

Bob Gciz. director of (he 
Physical Plant, said he 
expects tirsi phase of on- 
campwi construction to hts] 



approximately four months, 
hopefully ending in July. 
The second phase of con- 
struaion — which includes 
lot 2 — IS expected to begin 
during the 1995-96 school 
year. 

"The (origiiial) can.struc- 
tion shouktn't affect studeiu 
parking, because spring 
break is coming as well as 
lower attendance at the end 



of the senwster." Geiz said. 

However, he said, school 
officials know the resurfac- 
ing will cause inconve- 
niences. Unfortunately, 
there was little planning 
anyone could do to make 
thing.s easier. 

"No maaer what time 
we wouM do it. it wouldn't 
be perfect for everybody, " 
Getzsaid. 





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He loves you! No, really. 



I personality Oanny Bonaduce wilt be performing St. 
PaMcks Day In the gymnasium of Buikling M. Tickets avail- 
lUm at IXHi oflica for ttw show, in which Bonadiica ia trying 
lo gat traa pliia tar avacyone In attendance. 

Photo courtesy of Studonl Activitts 



Harper students 
taking their show 
*Off The Record' 

Kathryn D. KnacM 

Guest Writer 

There i.s a new show in town Three 
Harper students have conic together 
to form their own theater company: 
"Friday Nights - Off the Record " 

Fueled by a strong desire to express 
themselves through the arts and a lack of 
opportunity to do so. Scon Glandcr. Michael 
Stailey. Rene Cudal and Andy Becker have 
formed an informal theater company 
designed to allow Harper theater >tudcnLs 
the chance to write, direct and perform u.sing 
the facihties at the college 

Tlie three met in instructor l^ura Pulio's 
Acting II cla.ss in the fall of 1994 When the 
class ended, the guys were left without any 
further avenues In the current Harper 
Curriculum, there are only two theater class- 
es offered (SPE212 and SPE213) Tlie col- 
lege also offers involvement in its produc- 
tions, but parts and technical jobs are limit- 
ed. 

Scott dander, J7. who has been pan of 
a ploy writing group for some time, had 
been working on his own script throughout 
the Fall semester. When the cla.ss ended, he 
rounded up some of his more sehous-mind- 

soe Actors on page 3 



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CompMy laiMMWd wriwowii 
penaaMs) peiiacd water iMo 
Ac doilwbUI iM of a veod- 

ng Hiachinr a« the scctiod 
floor of BaiMMC H 

Accafdnc lo the lectaidaD, 
Ibis acHoa cm arnie ite 
UMK'liiiiiin m davelop la atoc- 
■icai. ihoit. diifiraac noney 
or cam of pop or nan and 
iMonal fwe. It wa» anknomi 
M Ike liBie of repon if My of 




Mjoed 

3:29 p.m. SiuipKioas 
tirciBwtanoes - A Physical 
Plant employee reponed 
unkoown penoiHs) cm ihe 
teciBUy chaim for the ladden 
■torod in the hasenieiM 
mechanical nxMn and third 
floor fan warn of Buiiding F 
The ladder* were no« taken 
and coaplainaiii mpects 
WherCoUcge employees may 
hnve on Ae chain. 



t3 

2:15 pm Mohipie %bicle 
Accident - Three vehickt 
wefB involved in a propeny- 
dtmate-only mocor vehicle 
I in Lot I. 



MaRll4 

Motor \fchide Accident (Hit 
and Run) • A «udenl» parted 
vehicle wa> mvdt in L<X 9. 
Onver of uiiUng vehicle did 



Fashion Department to 
hold auditions for models 



The Harper College Fashion 
Depanment will hold auditions 
for it.s upcoming spring fashioo 
shows from !i to 7 p m March 9 
in room Hill The women 
auditioning should he at least 
.S'7" and wear a misses siie 8. 



They are requested to bring fit- 
ted clothing and high heel shoes 
to the audition. 

Only female models are being 
sought For more information 
call the Harper College Fa.shion 
Department, call 925-6421. 



Community psychotherapy 
counseling program 



Harper College otters a 
rrduced fee psychotherapy pro- 
gram as a service lo residents of 
the Harper College district The 
Community Counseling 

Program is committed to pro- 
viding affordable psychological 
services lo the community 

The Program was established 
in 1970 as pan of the Student 
Development Division of 
Harper College The staff con- 
sists of psychotherapists and 
social workers spccialirmg in a 
variety of clinical areas and 
sapervi«d by a licensed clini- 
cal psychologist 

Individuals who are interested 



in — and eligible for — 
Community Counseling ser- 
vices are matched with thera- 
pists through a brief phone 
screening, and then an extended 
one or two in-persoo evalua- 
tion. 

Individual, couple, family and 
group therapies are available. 
Referrals to outside agencies 
are made for individuals whose 
psychological needs exceed the 
program's resources 

The Community Counseling 
Program is located m room 
PI 24 on the Palatine campus, 
l-or further information call 
925-6577. 



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ptactical wiik the | 
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ttandma variatr oi auton 
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■ Fuhios Baaioaai 

■ FuhionDnlga 

■ FictiOD INtillafl 

■ niai/Vld«) 

■ FUwAn 

■ Graphic Dtaiga 

■ lUuitratioa 

• Iiurtoi Dtsloa 

■ Inuipietn Tialaiag 

■ JoinMlito 

■ Utwtal Educalioa StndiM 
a HiguluVMtiDs/Edltlag 
a Htikitiog 

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■ Mtttic Biuinan 

■ Huical Thaatai 

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a l>n>les«on>l Wtitlag 
a Public HelatiiMU 

■ Radio/SoaBil 

■ Scianct lad MaUwauttn 
a T(l«viiian 

■ Tbtalai 

nMlAf«1buMaiMfi«rorT 
Foi more inlonaaitos. call 
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Residential wiring class to begin March 14 



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Coltef*'! eight ncek 
RcnadcMM WiriCff 

II It oHcMi Tunda; 
awl' TiMnday eveuMfs 

14 cm 



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Tlic cmmc it 
ofioa naiioail and dw- 
trical cwtes ami it 
i^prnptime fm begia- 
■en at ««)) m siudentt 



■■fsuiiif ekcwontcs ccr- 
lifkaies m Hie astociate 
in applied science 
degrees. 

PanicipaMs will con- 
.ttnict tn elecinca] dis- 
trtbaiioti •yMem (a 



mockup) ID class. 

Harper's Elecironicx 
Departmeni is develop- 
ing an elecincal mainie- 
nance sequence com- 
pelled of three coutks. 
including residential 



wiring, thai will increase 
the skills and abilities of 
maintenaiKe workers. 

For more inrorina- 
iion about the 
Electronics program at 
Harper, call 925-6546. 



Actors: Harper students decide to begin theater company 



1 10 pet- ad tMflad. he nid' ht i 

ftm lii« plajF. II «a« » he in to Mantir. *1 could do itiai.*' 

"*«wk»lH>p Ikwai.' tafMleci': AMhougii enncniely m<ide&t 

iaended lof Iraiaiat a«l ahcM ti. die edien pnt Ciadal 

gnwdi. They loi pamiiMion citdft for cMiiiig up •iib' dw 

fmiiMaiTloWilha..i»head(if idea to fimi a e«np«y.. "I 

«m Thmcf dt ip a mm i m urn pushed a Hi mm.~ Cudal 

ihe new dieaw in BuMdhtg t admiii. "hw it •« fmmf inudi 

OlMidif''i plajr a gfdup'eltai.'' 
1 30 pMfle. The gpnp. tactading 'Becker. 

M. mm 3 1. Rici ai a hxai i 

md hcfan a Mm-nup I 

for die plaji: mmtm of which *Ofr ^e 

Mkhnel Smiiy and a feinale Recnmr ••■ die licwn^. - 

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Siaitey had Nith lecently icen a 
TV show atxiui the hisiar> of the 
Sleppcnwolf Theater downtown 
"We ciBi do rtiat." diey decided 

Once the group had official- 
ly fomied. diey got hu-ty 
Michael Siailey. 27.aneiwinrer 
at Momrola. look alt die idean to 
work widi Mm He lirainMonned 
II lis! of over 2(10 names before 
the |«an|i came up wdb "Friday 
Off die Recnnl..'' He 
'^:r' :ilw cooie Up wUh men than 

ilea* tor scripls. "We call 
mm "SynopM* Man'." said 
Glandcr 

Sdilley alio t^pcd uf j prtv 
piMal for Mary io vviliiv rhe 
■t-inup aimnged a meeting wiih 
Wilhs and JiKuswd the feasi- 
Niiiy of Ihe company and how 
the colkge lacilitics criuld be 
uied 

Ailing iiivtructor [.aura 
Pitl«i \) as she ttimks it's a greal 
idea \ m iR-klcd iind proud of 
ihem I'm looking forward to 
^^■cing what directum (hey go " 

Glander. Stailey. CiidaJ and 
Becker wanied to farm a group 
thai would allow students a 
chance lo explore their talents 
and express themselves 
"Chicagi'-style aciing in 
SuburtMa." explains Becker 
"No naked people running 
around." said Cudal. "but more 
material " 

This IS not a social club "We 
a formal where we could 
practice all facets of the dieaicr: 





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Frhtay Nights - Oft the Record are (counter-clockwiM 
from bottom left) Michael Stailey. Rend Cudal, ScoH 
Qtafider wtd Antjy Becker. 



acting, writing and directing." 
Glandcr said "We want to meet 
on Friday nights because we 
know we'll get people who leal- 
ly take this seriously " 

"We really don't perceive 
any difficulties." Glander said 
"Ren* and Mike offer energy 
and endiusiasm There is a lot of 
dnve to get this diing off die 



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ground. The production of 
'Tnie West' will probably ham- 
per scheduling because of the 
space and time " Stailey has 
been cast in the lead and 
Glander is the stage manager. 

"For now were going to 
work with the core group." 
Gkinder said "People who 
know each other and work 
togellier Thai's what makes a 
good ensembfc: " 

"Improvisation nights are a 
pt>ssibility We can't rule out 
anyitung," said Cudal 

Glander said that when they 
are ready to perform they will 
not charge admis.sion "We're 
experimenting, noi claiming to 
have everything polished for a 
paying audience. We're doing 
diis to gain experience " 

Cudal and Stailey would like 
to sec the company take off and 
extend far beyond Harper 
College Slailey ilcscnhcs die 
"Off Ihe Record" of the future 
as a viable acting ensemble 
with it's own theater and pro- 
dticiion company Cudal sees a 
day when "(Jff the Record" per- 
forms in a coffee shop setting 
with room for an audience of 50 
or so 

For now the group is work- 
ing on Cudal's first script enti- 
tled "Death in My Kitchen or 
Coffee, Tea or Die" They 
expect to be ready for produc- 
tion by May. 



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Is Internet really Internet at Harper College? 



I, Jr. 



ai 

duMlMMMr 



In i dociuncM enutlcJ ' Imu the 2Hi 
CeMury Our Prrfemd Fuiure." 
Hvpcr Cofkft puMiahed the icwki 

of ■ mqoT eff«n to Otmrnm the gnit 
iM mtt&ta would cicm; a 'Omtd 
mkm' fm ihe future of iJie CoIte|e. 

Hit liMi Hm of foals aumbcnMl 12. 

oat of fMdk MmiKr wwii. iccks lo 
Iwmidi wyw lM i i w acccm to infor- 



MHMii Mil mimiction through the une 
of jliiB-ofdie-art glc*a) ct>mpuicr nel- 
wofis and other K€hiK*>gie» " 

Now this goal could be mighty 
cxpciuive. hw comidering (he iinple- 
ineiitMioii period of 10-15 years. <|uiK 
m M t » Me. The implemeniatioii of chi» 
fiMllK(» last y«w. akhough ii ha* now 
hMiMM pMicitlarty inipcinam due to the 
cwient ddMir afcoMi access to and own- 
enhip. COM. and etK of we of the com- 
ing infofinaikHi superhighway The 




Harper community 
definitely hasi a Make i 
in the oulcomt of this 
dehaie haj«d on the 
aforemeotioned 
■tsiies. both at indi- 
vidual and at a 
whole. Ai individuak. m^^hh^khb 
■ome sott of comnw- 
nity access dial many of ut will be able 
10 afford, at least inmally. though tome 
will UMy be able to afford die upper 

echelon of netw<wk access. 

The American Library 
Assodaiian has already voiced 
for die principle of equal 
fcgardless of finwicial 
lesources. to the coming infor- 
mation network, expressing the 
fear dial an enlitely pnvaliaed 
netwotfc will limit access by 
ibiwics and individuals of lesser 



Moses, where art 

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7. 

Paul Flodso ptiolo 



Another eloquem voice in 
fnvor of cheap, easy, and 
equal access lo this net- 
work has come fix>m Mitchell 
Ki|Mr. die founder and former 
chairman of Lotus, who resigned 
his chairmanship and subse- 
quently created die Electronic 
Frontier Foundation (EFF) to 
praniMe diesc ideals Basing his 
ideal on the current Internet. 
KapOT. in an essay published in 
die summer of IWJ in Wired 
magazine, sees the cwreni deb«e 
as focusing on access to infomia- 



Life in Cyberspace ... at its 
best, it is more egalitarian 
than elitist, more decentral- 
ized than hierarchical.. 

Mitchell Kapor 



tion in our democracy as "a muural 
right" assuring prosperity and self- 
reliance for cinnns widi access to a 
computer, modem, and password. 

Describing the Iniemet. Kapor wrote 
of "Life in Cyberspace. . at its best, it is 
more egalitarian than elitist, more 
decentralized than hierarchical. It serves 
individuals and communities, not mass 
audiences." 

There are two main alternative 
views. One view ii dMt held by 
die media congkwnerales who are 
busy merging themselves toward iofor- 
mation domination, and that view is diat 
the network should be private, free from 
pervasive legulation, yet involve die 
Dansfer of publicly owned right-of-way. 
as well as probably subsidy. 

This first view is die one that is donv 
inant in die ma.ss media, bodi in terms of 
coverage and balance, which is not sur- 
prising One of the players.' Joho 
Malone. president of Tele- 
Communicatioos. Inc., when asked 
rfioui characienzalions such as "a bully 
boy." "an unscrupulous monopolist." 

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aiuj "j guv W'lKt 
how lo niia over pM- 
pte." made by thtmt 
who know him. h< 
rcpUi-J "Whi-n you're 
Jn ■. , innic:!. 

vim _■ ■!!,• » 

M(ucej:c [WtipleX Uih " 
The vecond iilirrfut- 
»vc viem (^ tn-lJ h\ 
M,in»c huckco, who saj 
llwi im miilier ho* 
open itml cgittturioa 
ihc .K\c« to infomw- 
utm. ih»>"«: W'ho swr no« 
■tevping u|> now in 
frnm of comfHticr ht- 
trrikv will fall even fuf- 
iher hrhtml (Juilr poc- 
iiMy. ihey will he Icfi 
bcbiad by die ni|iid 

pK« of chMgMg MCfc- 

Bology. Hmmc wlm 
cmeim tm Ekctronk 
Frowrcr 
Muntain tti 

will lieccNiw 
IB Ihe ftice of 
tupGiri Mil eiliicaiioniii 
tioirihiiliMt 



A. woddinf lo 
I r w I I 
Ijipluin. editor 

of Harper's niBgiiiine. 
ccmraiiitil ofganiiu- 

IIOIM M 4Mir wclei} 
Mch M am go'verD' 
I imiliinuiioMi 

Kl 

lug la> m inher- 
cM lack of iMaw. m 
the hm aMh'MMiify. lo 
pntimiie " a ft-mim in 
which ii Mgniruiuu 
ninnber of liirriilir cm- 
ttn.% might i<r(!iinue 
their politict in a man- 
ner unlltitenng i» the 
^lulu's qw) " li may be 
iiKumheni u|m>« this 
in«litiilion. if we are lo 
(womiiie ilcmocralic 
< 4iKi inctice 
lix'.ii. :.: weigh in on 
lilt' tMic of ciMiip. eiMy 
iMi fqaal access lo 
in this 




4tch4iie. Wc tiain only 
tenefii fnm the pro- 
Molion mwl protift-rU'" 
lion of decvMnh/..!- 
iton. ■» well its the 
resuliitnl coreminkit- 
lion up (he ileciiiion- 
niiiking pyriiniid: we 
ore a "link piece" lh«' 
d<:ic«n'( ulwity'i wnm to 
he K'lJ wh.ii r<> do iind 
how fcruiiily ihe*e 
egnliliiniiii ideiil* im: an 
implicit and niirpal 
pan of the molivaiion 
hehind "Oiir Pieferfetl 
F-ulure " 

"What docs all of (hi>. 
mean, wital point arc 
you tnint' tn niiiLc''" 

you i»k ' at 

■tl. liieK . .. .i-ry 
ver) importaM 

: going on whoie 
! Will effect vir- 
niatly atl American* 
SecoMlli. aeliiNi* ai« 
being. taken and 
changes arc occuning 
on a macro <u.-;ile het<>re 
the debate has h«:en 
fully engaged in by 
meat Amrriicann. while 
diMe changes arc fil- 
leniig down to the 
m.icro Ksle dial 
include% Harper un- 
dents and ihcir 
College lliirdly. while 
II n naturally m«:ire dil- 
t'Kutt (or iinJii'idu.iK 
and c'itinmunitic"\ it.' 
edcet dcciwons that arc 

.in mulli-iintioiial 
govcrnmeMal 
Ihenc larg- 
er inslilutiotis can and 
should he efiected by 
ihe deci!iMw>i ttm wilt 
and ihould be made by 
indivtduab and com- 



Thu bnngv nr to 
my fourth and 
major point. 
namely thai Harper 
C«llc(:t IS already 
Umked lo the lllmoik 
Conimunity Colkgc 



Network TTiis tictwiwk 
connciis all fimwnum- 
IV collcpcv !n lllimiis lo 
fiKh I'thcr .IV uell a\ In 
the Illinois Community 
College Hoard mfor- 
maaon dilabaiie It will 
alio allow Internet 
access, but acc(ifdi:iig. 
to current plan*., ttu- 
denl acervs lo thi« net- 
worl i!> at li-aal two lo 
three year* aw'ay By 
that tiine. the great 
debate will no dcwiht be 
"a done deal " 

It 10 asking far too 
muih lo fipcii lull 
and tin I united 

accevv nghi away It t% 
not too much to a.dc. m 
my opinion, on the 
basis of what is in the 
best iniere.»is of Harper 
students in the comenl 
of poini niimbcr 7 of 
our preferred future, 
that a minimum of 
acceis be available fw 
specific puipoie*, For 
the Student Trustee, 
wk) IS the sludem rcp- 
nescn.|ai>ve to both ihe 
Board (tf TruMics m 
well at 10 the SumIm 
AiiwiMiry' Coiwnitice 
to Ihe ttlint>is 
Communiiy 
Board, how c' . . . 
person supposed to 
keep up with what llie 
ItCB IS doing, in 
det.al ' The olher hnai- 
eJ .tccrsv should be 
available in the 
l....»hrar)'. to students 
whose research ptu- 
p<.tses can heneftt iuid 
.re deeintd wiifitiy by 
a reference librarian. 
This would not require 
huge suim of money to 
he spent on the pan til 
tlie College, while |i*- 
mg access to the stu- 
deni/iaspaycr who 
payi for both the 
Imemei and die iCCB 
neiW'ivlL access 




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This sittewalk leads to nothing but a windoiw of Building C. 

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Calling all good deed do'ers 



Too onm we fff 
Mc wl* HI HMMk of iodtf- 
ferenot. MMig 10 reEOgnUc 
the iMBevltiig. iMpiessive or 
extraonliii«7 acc<>inf>li<.h- 
ments of cMhers. 

The aeAi it eipecialhf 
guilty of ao* dMiming ipoce 
oc ume 10 mcccMijc Itae eood 
thing* m oar warM. deiptie 
the t iod c i WM There mc many 
peqileiatfits worid. ourcoun- 
irjr. aad >«. eves u Huper 
Collen, ofto to bejwad ite 



Icltoiw tauaoB (Milif '* fife. 

'The HMtNager is hxikinf 
H>feaMieonlMfypea|iiewlio 



wad (he foai of 

MKieiy or 



It ym lauw • m 
facwhy neaiber. iHhIcM or 
fonnet vmkm of Haiper »lra 
ha» done wmethiog thai yoo 
«nnk itmln special. wcwoiiM 
tike to he» ahout >i. ForwanJ 
lolhc Hartangcr { A V.7. phone 
at «25-(>4fiO) their luww, ■ 
plwae nutnlcr whoe yOM iMl 
Aey CM beieacfaed. dieirain- 
aeciioa to H«per aod a teief 
■■liliiielifin of what you be- 
Icwiotenaiewonby. 



Mike Fasano — 

■During ^pcing htcA I am g<Jin? to 
wtjrk a lot «> I can make mtmey and buy ncv, 
equipment n« 1 can make hcaulitui muMc " 



Mclinda Hynn — 

■tkiing to Allanlatoscetheriraleful Dead 
play on Sunday. Wednesday and Ihursday I 
will he Maying with my bc^l Iricnd who lives 
down there " 





Grace Gaicta — 

■Ximn$ to Fkjiida wiiJi my fiwnd to tan 
and go out with some people " 



Teacher rediscovers fondness 
for African-American literature 



Colorado Gajic — 

"My batjd. ESP (Extreme Senuil Preoc- 
cupation) has a whole week of shows and 
basically we are going to be playing at a lot 
of die local clubs in Chicago." 



JmicoOww 



Roy MoBla. pro»e*«)r of literature at 
Hvper. is one of those individuaK who 
jeeks not only to act out of necessity, bm 
to go beyond thai, working to make the 
work) a hetier place 

This semester Monla began wadmif 
Honors LfT 1 15. a new literature course 
entitled "Twentieth Century African 
American Fiction" w hK h covers • vaneiy 
of Afncan-Amencan hicranire s{M*Min|; 
the pa.si ten decades 

Monla esplained. T have always had 
an imerest m African- American litera- 
ture " He said the interest began when he 
read Invisible Man hi Ralph Ellison 

Motlla said he found himself p«)wer- 
fulty infJuenced by the b<x)k and its (ler- 
spective on the human eipencnce He 
soon ended up luiorinf tl the Umversiiy 
of WisctMwin-Madisoo in a program with 
many AfTKan-Amencan students and tu- 
tors There he was p<iinted toward other 
readings, stwie of which be uses in his 
course today 

Due to the demands of teaching. MoMla 
admits to having gotten away from Afri- 
can-Amenciui literature However, about 
four yean ago he picked up a copy of a 
coliectknof African- American fklion and 
his interest was rekindled Moitta wai 
fascinated by the change m themes, w hich 
seemed to have geared away from the 
eennml "protest" theme of the I'WK It 
was alter ttl« iwidiiig Unit he applied for a 
sMaUcallohavetheopfKinuRity i» study 
African- American liieratuie tiMwe sysicni- 
aucally When he got the laMitHieal. he 
spent the semester a-admg various Afn- 
can-Amencan literature, and out of thai 
came this course 

In addition to LfT 1 1 1 Monk said "In 



every coune I have CMfbi. I haweahvays 
included a section of African- American 
hieraaire ~ He no«es thai students tend to 
be very inteiesied in finding a different 
perspective on life, one that many of them 
had not prcviou.sIy considered 

Monla IS pleased with the path this 
coHnehM taken The students are doing 
tottof hard work and asking all ot the nghi 
i|uestions." he said In addition, he finds 
the students are being challenged to see 
Ihe world from a different pcrspecuve 

Monla went on to clarify that it is nol 
Ihc differences that come across most pro- 
foundly when reading African- American 
literature, but rather the realization of the 
similitnties of human wants "The differ- 
eni-e is in the expencnce certainly not 
basic humanity" Mollla said 

Dcspiie the positive feedback he is 
getting from his students. Monla added he 
did have a disturbing incidem occur ap- 
prosimaielytwowecksago Hefouodiwo 
articles depicting crimes committed by 
African- Americans placed aminymously 
in his mailbon MiUlUs assumptum wa« 
that they were in MOie way lelaied to this 
CfHirse 

"I'm afraid even m places like Harper 
there are still piKkels ol racism alive and 
sick." he added. 

Fortunately, places like Harper also 
have pri-ifessors like Motlla to comlial 
ignorancT and misconceptions 

Although th»- cotirse will not Ix- ot 
fered nest semester, as the honors ^ ourscs 
onate. Mottla does plan on teaching it 
again the scmesiei following thai He en- 
coumges iracresied siudems to consHler 
it. ant) apply to the homws program, if they 
are noi already a member 

The Harbinger sahiies Roy Monla and 
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Actors to perform ^Barefoot in the Park'at Harper College 






1*1 pfeqr *1iai«foM 
la in Pirit" win be pieicMEd Ivy 
Ms Umptt C(i<kgB «Mle«. (ac- 

injii.24 

■iMl25aUhitiilMSpjn. AKtech 
)■) utmwmg licgMMt w 2 p m. All 
iMMvt wfli he '|N]inii'iMCv in ihc 
W wliMl in . I TheMnt. 

The ptty revolves trooad 
CMie and Paul ilniter. who have 
jM Moved inio a iinail. coM. 
dUapidaied Nit enpeiwive New 
Yclrh apanmeM ■fan' a week'* 
honeyimxHi F:i^r lc> have ihe 
honcynmon iikiikI pervade Ihe 
tt%t cif ihe«r marrted live*. Cotie 
Irtcs lo conv>m.e l^ul. a lawyer. 
to rorgri ahoui hi% joh die mo- 
meiN he comeM home front the 
oflke BatJfennJ l>> Corie. Paul 
> haai Iftwnpy aad ilie uruggle tt> 
I ifltKk mnitff iiffiw iImii fialii 




OlherdMraden addliif toihe 

I ilory are CorieS widowed 

nirxher. Ethel Banka. andaflaa- 

• vaiH neighbor. ViclorVelaaajk 

wnhwhomCoiiei 



iMyMaiMci and Mchoal tonmn ntman* foi Nail S«non'i 'tiMtoat m Ih* fttk" 

I. Itmm <•■ ba i«« «»«• b a«'»a i < MbcIi 1 7 and Moclt 2S. 



tafanmng in the play 



NaUilce Hryniewtcz as Cone 

, MicoMl Kjoaaeii aw ^im 
. Pani Kalaw|iiin ai Elhel 
Banks. Bill Fo«ler as Vicior 
Velasco. Jeff Wayne m H«iy 
Pepper, and Jcah Roienihal ax 



the delivery man Karpei Speech 
and Theaiie Instnicior Todd 
Ballamyne n ihe director 

Ticfcct!t for "Barefoor in the 
Park" are $7 withdiscouni). avail- 
able for siudeni and senior att- 



zens. A special dinner/iheanr 
package for the Saluiday. March 
18 perfomance is S1995 For 
lickeis and infonnalion. call ihe 
Harper College Bo« Office at 
(708> 9.15-6100 



Page 7 



'Dilbert' 
creator to 
visit April 4 

Keep the evening of 
Tuesday. April 4 open! 
Scoll Adams, ihc creator 
of the comic slnp Dilbert. 
will offer tip> on writing 
humor and answer ques- 
tions M 7 10 pm in J 1 4.1 

Share some Liughs 
ahoui common workplace 
complaims whilst travers- 
ing Ihc mfonnation super- 
hiphw .ly ' This is a rare ap- 
pciirancc by one of the hot- 
test new cattoonisis m the 
business Join others in Ihe 
Hiiiper community for an 
c^cnini; of irrcvercni cor- 
poraie humor and work- 
place truths 

Tickets are S.S for 
Harper students, faculty, 
staff, and senior citizens; 
id for othCT students: and 
S7 for everyone else For 
tickets and information, 
call the HarperCollcge Box 
OfficealQl-l-AlOO 



HOW TO HANG ON T O YOUR DOUGH. 

( WITHOUT CHAMPING YOUH STYLE ) 

/.I Separate "needs" from "wants." 

Hint: A bed is a need. A Mr. Microphone 
IS a want. 

A Split the bill but only pay your share. 

Why put in for someone else's swordfish 
if alt you go! was soup? 

/s Set aside money for emergencies. 

Unless you'd rather call your parents 
for It instead. 

0b Keep your eye on your wallet. 

Have a Citibank 's_,ajji^ ^ard m case you 

lose It. The Lost Wallet ' Service can get you 

emergency cash: a new card, usually within 
24 hours, and help replacing vital documents. 




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Commentary 



TbelbrMoser 



Because we never 
stop working... 

Competition It perniiatcs our Inc. from 
sporu and the *ork.pl*.c. to ihc subtle \ct- 
mmn, Mich as raiMng your tiand in class anJ 
hope the teacher picks you imiead of the su 
other peupie i»h<> alM> have their hands raised 
r>)mpetiiion is the fuiuJamcntal of our capatal- 
iMic stvicty and il dt>nc in a pcisinvc wav. can 
benefit the individual's inwtlvfil a> well K 
having «n inipict with society 



A gwid example of p«>sitivc conipetiiion is the 
Best of the Midwest newspaper confctciicc 
live siatt mcinhcrs aitended March 3 5 Since 
the bc(!inning of the scnwstrr, our staff has 
hecn stnving to (v^xlucc issues that could win 
one of five avsards offered at the ct>nfcrence. 
The positive affect of this competitive naiure 
our suff Icli was producing a newspaper which 
m>i only won ' awards at the confercTX'e, hot 
has als*> won the respect >»ik1 adiiiiraiion of the 
Harper ^i'lmnunit) 

\i !)k . ■ mI^ i.;ii. ; li' 'v.',>rkplace 

ciiquilc . wc slu>uUl mil nave Ixx-n discussing 
detailed inlormaiicn aK»ui hovk we run the 
puper. hovt much we chaise for ads, what are 
gotxl news si(>ncs, how to improve our layout 
with other college newspaper staff In the 
workplace, il lOuUI have hceri conslnicd as gi\ - 
iiig away \i'iupaiv> scticts" and gioutids (of 
linng. 

However, due K) the open lines of communica- 
iion. our suff learned A LOT to improve the 
quality of our paper. a.s well as our sh.u^mg our 
success secrets We arc proud of breaking out 
of the mold and changing the competition into 
a pi'siiue o>mpetition And we will continue 
lo work on sijltdifying the network we created 
the pa.sl weekend bccaues the staff of all ^>( the 
college newspapers can cinitinue to assist each 
other and learn new ways of doing things tx.*i- 
tcr. 

So. we wish to cimgratulaie all of the winners 
■I the Best of the Midwest Competition You 
all were worthy oppt>nent.s H<iwever, nenl 
year 



Advertising: Don't touch that dial... 



Paul 

FoWen 

CohimniM 

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AAAAAAl'tlH' 

I wsach Star In-k .md I jusi can't 

helieve it 

No ImiMi niHies. No coicli logoi 
No hetlcr tivinp ihriHiph misJem 
ptMrmacruucals I |usi tcci like 
lumpinp up in (roni nl iIk- I \' .ind 
scream, "Worf' llon'i lei suik 
»'nnp you*!'" 

It's HI oniKiyitig to wsich a sh»w 
witliciul any :id plugs m it I luwl lo 
Willi f(v whul seemed like torever 
before I ctTuM rent a okivic with a 
half hour of Pepsi ads and pre- 
views. Hist like in ihi- ihe.itcr And 
iMi* when I think hack. I can'l 
imagine ho* I sur\iveil 
I mean, it's had enotii'h I have lo 
fbppatl inini>nc .uikIi-s in map- 



iiziirs. dnvc on roads « iihoui any 
catchy htllbosirds. and listen lo 
lengthy whininp songs on the 
radio 

Some people ium aicc-pi ihmps 
like Mings, articles and ik'ws as 
necessary evils, without even 
COB*idering the alternaUves 
Thouph. it voii think aNiui them. 
they really areni necessary at all 
In fact, some ot them would he 
miprrrvcd 

Kixk music could actually have a 
poi ni 

News anchors could make funny 
jokes 

So why hother with unsponsoring 
Sci-Fi shows or hiand Puhlic 
Broadcaslinj;'' What good arc 
ihey ' Ihey'ri' jusi ftirums for 
intellecuial geeks who refuse lo 
acknowledge the importance ot 
completely unbiased entertain- 
ment presented through market 
inp compjtnies 
.\ irulv informed individual 



would never allow himself to he 
tVxikd hy such Highly sources as 
NASA, llie Smithsonian, or the 
Corporation for Puhlic 

Broadc.isting 

It's common kniiwlcdgc that 
Anheisci Busch is much more 
well informed in such matters as 
science, technology, and the 
aliraclion of well-rounded vixens 
to skinny, muscular guys who 
dnnk heer Which, as we all 
know. IS ihe basis - tlic meaning. 
of lile Uscll 

However I fear that Roddcnherry 
may h.oo been more than a tor- 
tur»")us aniidiscstablishmentiinan. 
He iTiiiy have been warning us of 
Ihe possibly hellish fury we 
would have lo endure without the 
eternal pmniisc of obvious adver- 
tising ploys 

A day when NIKH just won't do 
II and Madge will have to hve 
wiih rough, iiry hands. 



HOW WE THOUGiHT IT 

MISHT BE a YEARS ASO: 




The Harbinger 



Editarbl Board 

IaIiIiX ill Chiet limW.ilailis 

Huviness Manager Michelle Smith 

Moaniuif Wnor \ ik-ne Weiskireh 

Newtbitcir, , \!ei.imlra .Sac,ali* 

•Vm Ik EMMttiinmeni Uitor 1 aan damson 

featomiEiiiiv LiiCaiT' 

SfMtIs Ediior >'>pen 

rtma Editors Pete Ptohst 

CopjEiilof hmVitulki 

Pmil ftnleit 

Ciraphjcs * I avouf fditor Jon O'Brien 

facull> Advisor SuviUine Havlic 



Staff 



l.;ueftv .\!lri\t, Is.ithv Htlt>, Paul DeRobertis i.ail (aanpetro, Andrea Heisler, Alisa 
K«rab«lnlK^'va, Maria launn. Nicole Linde, I Mi\ la I is-ic, Amy Olsen. Jessica Owens. Holly 
Kushakoff, Mari-sol Silarte, .Niiah Tortk 
General Information 
T»ii' Harinniftr is the student publication for the Harjx-r College campus commuraty, published 
biweekly throughout the sch«il year except durmg holidays and final exams. The paper is dis- 
tnbuled fwe to all smdents, faculty and administraOon Tfie Harbmjfer's sole purpose is to pro- 
vide the HarpiT commumty with uiformation perfainmg to the campus and its surroundmg 
community. 

Letters Policy 
The Her^nser welcomes letters to the editor and replies to our edilonals. l.etters must be signed 
and include a social security number Signatures will be withheld upon request. All letters are 
subject to eilitin>; 

Advertising 
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this paper, nor bv the college admmistrahon or Board of Directors Inquiries should be for- 
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Commentary 



Pj«e» 



Censorship: Where does one draw the line? 



Laura Garrison 
Arts and ErMvrtainmani Editor 

. \cc«iniing to Mr Wc tw iy. . ooMonhip is 
"the act. %y«cin. or practice of cciw**- 
inj" The verb "to censor" meant "li> 
(cmove or prohibti anything con<>ulefvd 
obscene, libekxiti. iir polmcitlly objec- 
ui>n.iMe " imy newspaper, radio MMion. 
or readily jvailable televiMOB piogmn n 
required to censor material to ooiiK 
extent However, there is a very fine line 
tviween the ngiH 10 oniwx and die right 
to free speech 

One exumpk of ceiiMinhip was the 
receol overnight hroadca.sl of Pearl 
Jam's "Self-PolluUon Radio" The prtv 
gnun ran on at least two Chicago sia- 
licms via satellue Station A ran the inter- 
view in lis entiiety. leaving every bit of 
obscene language uncenswed SliMion B 
ran in delay. eaMtmc am much of the 
'iKire offcaiiKe Umguatf. What hk-w my 
iiund was knowmg thai ihc fCC had ilic 
n^ht to impiJse lines kf each ixcurrencc 



of "f — ." any of its denvaiives or any 
other objectianable word 

AMthcr good example is Howvd 
Sleta. I probably don't need to go too far 
into eiplainmg. but I »itl (for those of 
you who have jusi lunej ml In short. 
Howard Stem used to be on the air in 
Chicago he would use some rather 
offensive language from time to time, 
just to shock people I thought the man 
was hyMcrical and would still he listen- 
ing 10 him. had he not been taken otf the 
air he wat dropped because the FCC 
impowd heavy fines on all stations 
involved with sytithcauoa of his show 
The stanon imraagemenl dropped him to 
avoid being fined by the KV End of 
woty. 

Ruih limbough and Mancow Mulk-r 
ire two mote examples of people who 
ttsc MmiLirlv inflammatory lacucs and 
somcumes ohjectionahle langua^TC while 
broadcasting yd it hasn't hurt their r.ii 
mgs at alt. If anything, the inlLimriiaiorv 
remarts made during ttk" sho«N h.uc 



garnered riKire atteniion and thus 
incieased the ratings simply becau.se of 
tlieir shock value 

I'm not saying the 1 want to (urn on 
my radio and hear objectionable Ian 
guage day in and day out, but I sincerely 
feel thai ihc I CC should lighten up and 
let things slide every so often The First 
Amendment slates thai we have the nghl 
to freedom of .speech It sko slates thai 
we have the tight to freedom of the 
pres» Ilic FCC has lightened up. to a 
certain csicni it's no longer unusual lo 
hear ihc word "biich" on TV (I heard il 
three times on one show the other night, 
and It wa.sn'1 even on cable' I 1 would 
much rather decide for myself whai is 
offensive I have the power to turn off 
ihc TV or change the radio station if 
something offends me 

The record compiinies have come up 
with a brilliant way to censor They put a 
slicker on the shnnk-wrap that says the 
ni.ilcniil ciintaiticd therein niijs he offen- 
sive and then Icitini: the consumer 



decide for himself whether or not to pur- 
chase the record If the FCC and other 
regulating bodies were lo follow suit 
with devising a way of allowing the con- 
sumer to decide for himself, the First 
Amendment would (nily be followed 
and respected. 





etterS" 



Do faculty and siudeniit reatue the 
depth ot ignoraace aino«| AnKfioia 
high-school graduates and college sm- 
dem»? LiBt semester I gave an informal 
qiu2 in three of my classes to gel an esti- 
maie of the awareness of my students 
aKwi recent and current events I have 
done thn about once a year for the pati 
ten years The rcMilts were cot 
with the general level of ipnotmet 
among Harper students 

t listed twelve names of pMiflle m 
■l.Mts promineni in the news including 
Mel Reynolds Dan Roslcnliowski. 
Rwanda. Jolm Majun. ttm Comraci with 



Anicncan and les^c Helms For each 
name or event, onlv 20 percent of my 
could say anything about that 
or event The Contract with 
America and Jesse Helms idunng the 
time thiit he *.!■■ m.ikirii: htjil'ino- 
hecattite of his questionable reiviarks 
the Presidnels safety i scored 
ly k>w When asked lo name 
lUcs and opponents of the United States 
in five major wards of the Twentieth 
Century iincluding the Gulf War), only 
16 pen-cm of the ilrms were ansm-rcd 
correctly. I wtw't even Icll you the M.>>re 
that Kobe gel the w««k after the eanh- 



c|u.ike 

^^ hen » e discu-ss ihe results, some of 
my students talk ot their busy schedules 
or iheir disc-iist with the violence on TV 
news At this time 1 try lo talk about 
WBI/. news maga/iries. and the better 
newspapers 

I lake Harper students lo he generally 
represenlativc ol youni; adults in Ihc 
I'niied Stales Surely if you need to 
know what n going on in the world lo do 
well, especially in a changing global 
marketplace, this incredible ignorance 
indicates most students are not preparing 
themselves well, are not taking charge of 
their own education We are continually 
evaluated at work by people who h.ne 
lived through these wars In today's 
competitive job market, tt behooves us 
to have minimal understanding of the 



great events of our century. 

Further, since the people in a democ- 
racy are the ultimate soverciEn. this tells 
me that the sovereigns have abdicated 
and left the job to the poliocians Do you 
suppose that we get the politicians we 
deserve' 

I am convinced that mental retarda- 
tion IS escusahlc. while ignorance at this 
scale IS inexcusable stupidity Have Ijusl 
called most of my studenis stupid'' To 
ihcir shame and my sorrow; yes Perhaps 
shame is not as strong a motivator a.s 
positive reinforcement, but how can you 
reinforce non-existent behavior? Is any- 
one out there listening'' 

Jerome .A Stone 
Department of Philosophy 



Aboul a year ago. the spons world wm 

rocked with Ihc surprise annuuncemeni 

! Micfiael Jordan's entry into pn>fes- 

siuaai baMbail. In m baMbail city like 

CMcafo Ikai lias been eatenained 
ihrought >: ' iiKne h> Bill Veecl 

charade nous "College of 

Coaches I ce LUa s clubhouse tirade*. 
Minnie Minuso. Bleacher Bums and 
Hairy Caravismi iban by World Sciies 

hampionship». one might have thovchl 
dul the Jordan exprnmem would have 
heen received as the latest incariMDon in 
I long bne of baseball curioaiuc*, if not 

iisiles However one need OMly nemero- 

■•■r la.st year'* i 
nv the spons ( 
nmed and raved ad-nauseaa ilNM iht 
"cheapemng" of baseball aarf the iImim- 

I loss of lis sacred "integrity" by 
''hchael't Ktfijib aciHMM. Never nand 

i^M MiclMal mm |i««n ikC' i 



to prove htimclf on ihe iHiwbtin dia- 

nntid (nataially in the mm'-'- '- r- ' ;is 

other models of cibzenshii' -n 

tnd hoDur wdi an Pete Kose., vnue 
Cokmaa. Dmyl Smwherry, and Sieve 
Howe. A year ins paw and we have all 
mtnesiied ihe ctillapae of the baicimtl 
land!tc]|ie. HMwiihslandtng the cxpkiits 
of Michael Indeed, il wimld now he the 
fair ihifl g 10 do for the same people who 
earlier cnticued Jordan for his actions to 
now ptatie his espiessed decision lo not 
tcirishiy md greedily cross baseball's 
pickei bne and altempl to heiome a 
"icab" leplacemeni player Ilw uka ihai 
League Baieball can tieid wrabs 
Miabt thouU cauM a far greater 
by the sports 
Micfiorl Jordan 
dnei ot doeia'l do 
The propoaed Mockinc and, fiettag of 



'and 'hat^Men m aevei autc tree .icent^ 
playen for Major l.eague icjjiiv is .i 
complete disgrace to hasch.illv lcg.i>-v 
which nval's only the I^IV Black Sns 
scandal fhe baseball owners have 
stressed that modem day baseball has 
been free of gambUng. freaks and fixes, 
yet. we find the owners are perpetrating 
Ihc most greed-driven sham we may 
have ever »een By baseball's own self- 
professed code, infenor players and 
teams cimiwK qualify nor compete for the 
World Series", and one can only imag- 
ine the legerdemain tfie owners will use 
to justify an "AllStir" game Presenlly. 
the owner* are selling expensive skybox 
junkets lo tmpeisonal cofixwale entmes 
and pricy se»oii ticket plans to petite 
who must ••buy them or lose them" widi 
the promise of future unspecified rebates 
for "leplacemenr games I'sing their 
lofk, therefore, these- c.mrs shoukJ not 



ciiiini the saiTie value in any tull-scason 
siandinj:s. nor should any accumulated 
slalislics be given the same weight or 
consideration as any other year 
Therefore anybody who gives these 
proposed c.imes the l'uisc of acceptabil- 
ity IS a sucker lor a w<im-out swindle 
By the same token, what if the smking 
players formed an alternative league lo 
counter the present lia.sco, would the 
sports wixld allow these union teams lo 
he called the legiiimale Chicago White 
Sox, Cubs, elc ' 

We already see that interim Toronto Blue 
Jays and the Montreal Expos teams can- 
not be legitimale in either case, hy vinue 
of Canada's stnkcbre:ikcr laws What a 
miserable conKdown for our former 
"National Pastime " 

Bnan Bat/ka 
Student 



The editorial jettioa. of * ne»!«p«per 

stai to candidly c«|we<ts 

'''n. ao' nwner ho«' ccmifo- 

rsial the view |iMnl may be. AUteugh 

■.."He cherish thiv iTeedtiniiof e»|ine»»ii>il. 

I believe thai it is pMuMi to alNM llli* 

r>lL\ lies e 

iicle in ll« February 

rWamng up the 

Ills hi'% view 



pmnt on the Picasso sculpture 

FterMiMlly. I have no ptoblem with this 

N<iw«vcr, he crw«e» a boundary and 
aiale* an ini|)|iitifiTiaie 'leMnfc when he. 
tetcn w an amwyniotts cappuccino 
stand employee as a "dike." As an 
employee of ihe coffn- stand. I find this 
temiak. eslfCT.. .<• Now, I m.iy 

mierprei n ■, r,-!i.: was 

Noneths learlv an 



intended pun Flmien singles out and lar- 
cels four p<vssibk candidates for his 
remark Ms cowiirkers and I have noth- 
ing afainst k-sbtans However, we d«,i not 
appttciatc tieing represented in an inac- 
curate manner Despite tfie misrepresen- 
taiion, "dike" is a dcrogatorv term if ii 
intends to ik'scnhe a lesbian 

.\njwa>. coffee sland employees arc 
inekfvani to i^lodeti's opinion of The 



Bather Hence, my uliimaie message to 
Floden is we are respectable and inno- 
cent bystanders Leave us out of your 
iraiJiy anicle 
Taleen Koumnquian 

t-h' ■ A columimt spends much i>f his 
time iHit i>n a limh. and octa^siimulh 
slip\ a hii Malue was not intended. 



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Spring is coming, and so are the Hawks 



Urn Sprittx 3pim.% seattxt in 

IMS. 

Aitd wuh the pass iif imte 
mi far iht flnt tim* in a Umg 
timt. Harper Cplkxr'i mhlenr 
leaim may get ihr attfiaum ihey 
4ktnt — fvfit if </ (J * the 
rxi>tme <>/ Ma/t>r Ltaum 
BanthatVs imgomg ilriAc 

I* <iji>' j*ii.w. l*# Harimiter 
.imrtt a iwo'fmrf pmm of 
' ai^rimx spitnt ieam.s muA 
iW temiia prrrifu:-. 

iMiuttMr. h-^ ' thallaiul 

trmk pm 'fir •*,« 



ilic BMtariiy of ttwir pmm aic 



Baseball team 
looking to better 
25-17 record 



OavidPump 

Statt Wnter 



JL iLn uwkraay. ant if hnf- 

•if ID impsvr on Ms 25-17 ■«>• 

tM • )pca> tfft Coack Nam 

Ornam. m hn nnii nrnm m 

Hmpa. mi he ttrlieve% ikai tm 

Kan sfcoutd im|)n>vc 

*"«« lave iwo ttanmg piidi- 

cn mmttm f>'>^ I*" y** '■■ 

Zacb Dhm, Ryan Ccnw mmI «k 

exfMMag (oorf limf* ftom Rob 

thmn^mm. OaAa VteegM (■ 

R-vrnc niMln' Irani Mumu 

MMlcf fMNH Tny Smb)." mM 
GmciIi. 

t.M year. Tcmi Kuuer hit 
■KH Chn» RmIksIT 35 .< and 
Ri* Ifwen >5; (inrren expects 
ihcin to iia> htit and ila: Mheci 
M foikiw that lead Thit ex(<c- 
licnce caa only help tiiein Mice 



"We piiy a km of doublr- 
headen. and tt'ii easy to win the 
filM paie MMi iMve a ktdown in 
the aeewd |Mie U\ harder to 
low the Rra tame and get back 
up and win die wcond We need 
H) be cvnsiMcnl." he said 

The (cam eonsists of 22 
players The player* and the 
p<)*Mioos that ihcy play iirc 
OutfieMeii - Tom Kuiwr. left 
fieWer: Clwix Rechotf. nght 
fielder and Arron BrtMxeit. 
Derek Genthner and Kurt 
P«niager. center fielder* 
lafielikn • Tim Haringjon. 
Bnan Htnkle and Planer Dave 
Salvanve. fiiTil biHe. Roblpscn. 
wcmd iMte; Brad WaMcrmaii. 
tlicin<ilap and Dominic Saviao. 
ilMd bote. Caidien are Brian 
Bahne. Scon Banme and Tom 
Spiiiim The pitching Maff will 
contisl of Miners Zach Doan. 
Ryan Ceme. Chalo Wnegas. 
Dan Hemminger and Rob 
ThompMin. ornddk nelievers 
John Jatich and Augistine 
Surez and closer Frank 




Brad "Fithboy" Wasaennan. tett. prepares to catch a ball thrown from Dominic Savino 
during a recent indoor baseball practice. Most spring teams practice in the Building M 
gymnasium until v»aath«r allows them to move outside. Paul Floden photo | 

eing a team with rmni- -^ — — 



Coach Garrett said he 
I (hat IIImkms is one of 
Uw UalbcM legion* tn the 
aaiiatt He conchtded by laymg. 
tjening om of Illinois is loinj 
lo he KwKh If we can fcl out. 
we may have the chance to nio 
for die NMional tak' 



Hopes are high 
for tennis, even 
if returning 
numbers are not 



Brmil aillege e»peneni-e. 
this ycar\ Hawk lennis 
•earn is expecteil i» he extreme- 
ly competiuve Although theie 
will he only one returnee lh>m 
last season. Coach Roger King 
has a lot of confidence in diis 
poup 

■■()«r goal (or this season iv 
W i|ualify for ulioiHila," King 
Miid. 

However, the Hawks will 
entounler difficull malches 
within iheir own rcpon 

"Oalilon and Dupage will 
he strong in the regional," «iid 
the fifth year coach 

Harper's letinis team «ill 
consist of seven players m their 



Our goal for this season is to 
qualify for nationals. 

Roger King 
Mcn"s lennis coach 



firsi collegiate season 
Sophomores are Kevin 

Howard (a transfer from Lake 
Forest), an all state selection 
from t-"rcmd. Ron Gutie^^c^. a 
stale doubles qualiTier at 
Schaumburg. and Gene Tania. 
who played doubles at 
Prospect Freshnvn are Ot-p}: 
Nasser, a stale qualifier at 
Hfrsi'v: Craip Fcrengul, MSI, 
consolation champion at second 



singles al Conani; Kci 
Hogendorp from Her^f- 1 
Graduate sludcnl Jim Klenk-n/J 
played doubles at Prospecll 
Tom Kusch. fourth single fronl 
a sejr ago. is the sole retunwc \ 
This team looks solid oil 
paper, but how long will it I 
for them to make an impacf^ 
King said. "We will know 
where we stand as a team afte( 
the spring tournament." 



The time has come to import teams to Chicago 



i hMfc CHicagn. I really 
do Bol a* a i|im» fin. I liane 
one request for all the powers 
diat be. flMASe bring Mime 
ical wtms bock w our ciiy 

Firsi and foremost. 1 am a 
Cub* fan Noi many penpte 
adnul iheir own faults hke I 
dii. bol dien igjiln. few pes> 
pte are ■ deapeiaht for real 
sports as I am. 

Yes the "Cub*" (King pii 
m the field ngbi mm may be 



Etttor-m- 



i 



m good as any other team m 
baKbalt. but n<::ine of them 
could ever even heal ihc 
Mett. so why even bodier ^ 

li'i the same with the 
odlcr leani across ihe i*tty — 
you know wlm I mean 



fhe Bulls can win a game 
to save their life (unless one 
of the ptoyers is in a city he 
thinks he might wani lo he 
traded to. anyway i. so 
dieyve lost the Ian* aiien- 
tinn.. 

Nobody really seams to 
care the hiKkes scim.h is 
under way. so no maticr ho* 
well the Blackhauks do. 
very lew people will noiuf 

The Bears .liiually, 1 



won't even bother with that 

one. 

All I can s:is is I'd like lo 
have a team lo look up lo. to 
walch with pruic. and to 
actually he heartbroken when 
diey kjse m Ihe playofts 

Please. Chicago I'm not 
used to h-iving all losing 
teams for this long IXi some- 
thing soon or 1 may have to 
find some fnends for enter- 
tainmeni 



Look for a pre- 
view of the 
track and soft- 
ball seasons in 
the next 
Harbinger 



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March 21 

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BB-SpiiivBicalcKwrin TF- Wheaton Open at 

OrtaMdo. Ba. dmMgh Wbeatoo. U a.m. 

Aprill 

SB- Spnng Bieak wur in 

Lake Qty Fla. dmnigii 

Aiail I 



Mvch28 

TE- vs Rosary College 
in River Forest. 2:30 
p,ra. 




Kejily Impon 



• JUDGE ITO - Who is be'' 

How (Kd he get chosen to be the 
ftiffi for the O J Simpson tnal? 
Wliy does he have ilM wacky 
beani? And why does it turn 
women on? Find out the answep> 
to all of these quesiioas. an well as 
mdocuiremed evidence thai nei- 
Ihtr (he defense or die protecuiioa 
want you lo know. AtloftMs. as 
wdl ai m in-depih descriixion of 
O.J.'s love-makmg techniques. 
appcan in our new OJ. i 
Pl«ei 20^99. 




lough luue for i 

outlets, but not rw MorMnger. 

We mink the only iMWMtfMe 
aaswer can be found in our hearts. 
KIIX THEM ALL'*! 

If they shoplifted, kill em. 

PublK indecency? Fry 'em. 

PlafMnm? Knock 'em off. 

Jay walking? No question. 

See 77i# Harbinger 'j edilonol 
on pafe 36 for more dettils on the 




BuiUiltAi 
how many types of | 
does one school need? As of 
Manh 16. the count is ai four and 
glowing. Meanwhile, the stomachs 
of hungry students and faculty 
who owe ch o co la te and sugar- 
covtMd caHdjr ramMe on. The 
Editorial Hot Tiib is on Page 37. 



Harper ksacs its accreditation. 
Building D sinks into a swamp, an 
increa.se in geese-relaied violent 
cnmc IS reported in parking lot 1 2. 
and stolen girt scout cookies arc 
found in the Health Service ofTice. 
By the way. did we mention that 
this is all a big joke? April foots " 



Other Stuff 



t)Jticlasivt. 

■Thr Bather' update .- 

Jordan's tiack! _. 



17 

!l9 

.ratr23 

.famM 



OJ. finds the klllrr„. 

'The Bather' k ctolhed . 

Jaedant IIm pro wrestler ... Pagt 45 
OJ. adaslis. 'I love Barney' .Pg. M 
Mat* Bather .StulT „Page I88.<MS 



Don't like the rain? No problem! 

Students to finally find shelter from mother nature on campuS 



Atfyom AlMf 

Hoftnoai' Scw^cmnci Wpit 

After moie than 20 years 
of hearing rompkunu from 
Mudents. officials at William 
Rainey Harper College 
lecently announced piaos to 
make the nek lo and from 
the school's parking kits and 
buibUag* at least slightly 



Harper President Psnl 
Tliompioo toM l ep m i eis ■( a 
picsi oonfeicocc March 23 
tet each sradem signed up 
for dcdii or continuing edu- 
cation classes beginning 
with dM fall I99S semester 
will be provided widi their 
own "Humaglobe" — a 
large, clear plastic globe 
(siflnlar to those used by 
haraslBrs wtn geniils) bfio- 
U ton fan the Northwest 
suburb's harsh weather. 

'It'* a really good idea 
if you think about it." 
ThompsoD said during 
the presi conference 
"After all. die students will 
keep out of the weather 
whtte avoidiag those nasty 
geew and daac ... um 
droppings. And of course, 
the students get exercise at 
the same nme " 

"We're not the first 
school to try this," said 
s Henry. Harper's vice 
: of siudeat affairs. 
"Itee was a small ptivaie 
school in Miami that used 
Humaglobes about 10 yean 



ago. They worked really 

well, at least until that dam 
humcone «wept half the stu- 
dent body into the Atlantic " 

Each Humaglobe is 
expected lo cost between 
$200 and SI .000. depending 
on the options each student 
asks for when diey sign up 
for classes The extras avail- 
able for each unit include: 
AM/FM stereo with CD 
player, leather andj'or 24 
karat goM trim. "SuperSoft" 
shock absorption system and 
-The Gtobe Oub". m anti- 
theft device. 

The cost is nothing id 
worry about, college offi- 
cials say. thanks to die fact 
Harper's student activity 
fimd grows by leaps and 
bounds each year As k>ng as 
apadiy rules the campus and 
nobody attends school 
events, Ifaere will always be 
plenty of cash ID go around ~ 
claims one school official 
who aiked to fcmaia anony- 
mous 

MKk E Moss, a sopho- 
more biokigy maior who test- 
ed one of the Humagkibes 
dunng the press conference, 
said he actually kioks for- 
ward to using the globe 
between the parking lot and 
his classes. 

~l hare seen the futtire. 
and die fiiture is gk>be tiant- 
ponatKMi,'' s^d Moss as he 
crawled out of the first 
Humagkibe ever to grace the 
Harper College campus 




This schematic was provided by Humaglobe. 
International of Enid. Okia to show what the future 
may bring tor Harper students. 



Not everyone was so 
excited to hear the news, 
however. 

"Why not golf carts? 
Why not shuttle busses'* 
Why m>l juM build a roof 
over the existing lots? It's a 
crying shame we have to be 
treated like rodents jusi to 
keep dry when it rains," 
yelled Siewan Phid. presi- 
dent of Students Trying lo 
Undermine Policies and 
Insure Decency (STUPID), 
during Thompson's speech. 

The STUPID leader 
explained that without prop- 
er student involvement in 
the decision making process, 
many unforeseen problems 



will most likely occur once 
the Humaglobes are put into 
use. 

"Just wheat sr they gtang 
to parte these things, aoywi^? 
And of coiase, nobody look 
into consideialioo die balb 
might get steamed up on 
muggy summer days," Find 
explained. T^eople could be 
blinded by their own breath, tun 
into someone or something, be 
killed, and it woukl all be the 
admuastnlicas faulL" 

Neither Thompson nor 
Henry chose lo conairot on 
Phid's statements, though bodi 
promised a hill investigation 
into the matter before die end 
of the summer 




Imul Villi,' 



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April FooFs Special 



i"gir '|' i ""I "'■la i i ' iwg ^nffi' i it" 

March 23, l«5 



Harper's geese looking to lear n on campus 



GooM Go«aog« 

Out-o'-Woik pltc^9I 

IB kcepinit wiih Haiiper* <k*«i«i 
10 diverse acadeniK: progriims frw 
miaoniie*. ihe week ot Apnl I lo 
Apnl 7 has been a|i|m>ve(l m Come 
Awireiie** Week. 

During ihe celebniion. seveni) 
clinics and Mimnan have been 
■ctedatod 10 present smdCM* wiA • 
tcacr wKkricuidini of pMm cal- 

Tkit coon iml pnor 10 HaiMsr's 
■tw Oooie oricMed curricaiitm. 
•Mch iooiMi on itmm wdi as liow 



10 ors»M>e a wortiiWe V fomiation 
without getting *hol down by 
hunieri. Ijimlsaie/lJiiiilmait instinct 
inifmtvemem. the d)(i.funi.lional 
ITixk. and how lo deal *i* prejudice 
and op()iir»ion. 

"Geese of a feather lend to Hock in 
gangs and teirohie students" noted 
Kc*in King. Chief of Public Safety 
We wont tolenile any bclligerem 
gCMK aent lemester They will be 
eiconed off of school ptopeiiy and 
dwows iMo onccwning triffie " 

The geese, however, won't he 
iniiinidMed by such ihteats^ 

-AAk Aaawk Ak AAHK!" said 



Mt Ducky Duck Duck ice 
anmslation. They got the guns but 
we got the numbers") 

GecNT. in gcnend. have wailed a 
long umc 10 be accepted as equals in 
(he Harper community, and have 
worked long and hard lo he wel- 
comed on camfHK Which jusi goes 
to sh<jw that the old ciedo holds true 

If you force someone to accept, 
they'll eventually give 

Geese for Americiui and World 
Dominauon (GAWD) meets every 
third Thursday by the fountain in the 
camfws pond. Humans are invited (o 
anend 




Two unidentified geese head to class. 

Patil Fkxlen photo I 



Apathy costs Harbinger readers a free vacation 



aoBKnowMt-AI 



YOU BLEWWW W 
Enwy pcnoa m dte Hmpm 



Spiiag Haipct'i camiMit 



tea 

10 



die fim iiaw of The 

; to pnnt. die staff had a 

K> bninsuvm ideas (ot fiHure 

Dam* dM BMiiag. ow of Ihe 
.Pm1.FIi)(Ihi wiled. "Why 
todicT wtdi these stupid meetings'* 
Mifjcr Mudems won't even pick up die 



I todiered lo pick up (he 

puptt. thftf wmU lie more Inclined to at 
ban kwk at die picOMCs." 

This drew a cotkcdw "Yeili. right" 
(RMii die wtiier*, who everyone on 
''i campus reads rveiy word on 
evciy pife (itmnns *e ptctures all die 
whik. of cinnc). 

ThM't when die debate began The 
Kodak Boyz look one side and die Penal 
look die other, claiming there 
I ego on bodi sides to get die 
piesiuie elevaied to match die 
ilKHidng voices. 



The two side* eventually deaded (o 
put an end to die brawl by making a bet 
Each staff member agreed to put S20 into 
a pot to be held by die editor-in-c)uef. 
Big Mac Walaibs The idea was diis The 
words '"Ask Us About Spring Break" 
were to he hidden somewhere deep 
inside the first Harbinger issue diis 
semester. 

Had anyone slopped by die Haibinger 
office and asked about die statcmeM 
prior to die second issue coming out. 
diey cottM have claimed an all-expenses- 
pad (rip u> Fl Lauderdale for Spring 



Break and die Kodak boys would have 
had to admit diat yes, peo^ile do read die | 
paper 

However, diis did not happen. Since 
die trip went unclaimed, die staff of The 
Haibinger agreed to go out and have 
pizza and ... um ... beverages. (By die | 
way. it was good. Thanks for not read- 
ing). For die fun of it diough, die staff I 
has also agreed to place other hidden or I 
scrambled messages in future issues of I 
The Haibinger See if you can figure us | 
otit 



HOW TO GET YOUR JOLLIES 
AT COLLEGE 24 HOURS A DAY. 



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open a Cab at a diner. 

Belgian waffles and cheese fries with gravy 
are delicious, regardless of the hour. 



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Visit a local court of law. 

Plenty of seating, unique conversation and 
drama that improves the later it gets. 

Be the gym nifht janitor. 

Work out at your leisure and never wait 
in line for tat putldowns or the erg. 



Get a Citiliank Classic card. 

for your peace of mmd. operators are on 

call 24 hours a da- ' ■ 




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The Harbin 



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March 23. 1995 



Bookstore ckMdag carljr 

TIm Bootuture ind Centnil 
Stares M Harper Cotlef e will cime 
■I I p m. Murcb 34 through March 
2f*. for the imtallatKin of ii new 
mvenlory »y»tem. 




A WKTA profile 

WKTA. I1W AM in ChiciiRO. 
has been on (he air vince July. 

i<m. 

Find QUI whiu the ftatkin it till 
iitKNii in Am a EiMHtMiMiiicai on 
pttieA 

Giants prrform 

Also ID Arts A EracrtiiinnKnl. 
TiikI out the inside *iof> oi Thc> 

Mi|lM Be Ginm. wte pcrforniMl 

timt mIiNm ahows NceMiy m 
EvuMM'ft CorMict Thentcr. 



NCAA Picks 

Find o«ii Spoft* Editor Dtve 
p'» pick lo win the NCAA 
nten'i biuketbiiii uwnanieni in 
i|MMi, pofe 12. 



Learning to dream big 

One Harper student headed to Harvard despite a disability 



mcor 

F«oiues IdNoi 



Claudetie Peden is a person who 
hat learned how to ovefcome 
amuing obstmltn and driving 
herself to do extraordinary things 

Despite <i debilitating accident 
several years ago. which she is siill 
recovenni from, Peden rehises to 
give up her dreams And Peden 
dMMnw big. So big. in fact, many of 
her friends and family members have 
lold her dial her goiil* can never be 
attained 

One of her "vinMiainable*' goals is 
lo ariend Harvard and. despite (or 
p«MnMy because of > the discourajfe- 

meni shr'- '-•,' I'-v- ^-w been 

acceplf-- '■• 

BeCiiuM- <M in-T f\i. cm-rii j;(aifcs 

and tremendous invotvcnicnt in 
Harper'* student activities. Peden 
will be partiopaling in a ptttgram 
wheie. for a designated pcncid of 
time, her performance will be evalu- 
ated before she u formally aci«pted 
inio (heir law school 

Peden remiuns modest ahsnii her 
achievements, saying *hc was jusi m 
the right pljce al the right iimc 
However. it can be argued that she's 
the one who insured her own success 
thftMigh a grejl deal of hard work. 

Peden is currenlty enrolled in 
ctakies at Harper for the second tiine 
She was here a number of years ago 
when her goal was lo be an engineer 
aiHl chcMitt She met this goal after 
itlendtag Caic Western Reserve. ITT. 
and NMtfawcfiem where she earned 
both hnchelors and masters degree. 



After working MVfr.il years in her 
field. Peden suslained m niasMvc hcjd 
injury in a work-rrljicd accidenl 
Despite years of therapy, the injury 
has caused lasung sensory problems 
and memory loss which resulted in 
drastic changes in both her personal 
and professional life 

Peden found many of her friends 
and family members could not cope 
with her disabilities .Some were 
direct while others simply "forgol" to 
return her calls Peden >.ays she had 
grown to prefer the direct approach, 
and would rather hear bad news than 
no news 

Another 

problem was 
her disahili- I 
IV IS not 
obvious so 
people 
would .some- 
times act as 
though she 
didn't have a 
problem and 
was only 
searching 
for \irmpa- 
ihy ^^— ^^^— — 

"K you don'l tiave dents in your 
head or something, us hard for peo- 
ple to undersLind that you have a 
problem." she says. 

However, through her ichabilita- 
tion. she grew close to people who 
were alio working towards overcom- 
ing tremendous obstacles and could 
understand her needs imd frustrations, 
while villi inspiring her to do her best. 

"The first thing I learned in reha- 



hilitaiion was to be assertive because 
people are always going lo lell you 
what you can't do because you have a 
head injury." said Peden. "You've 
just got to lell them that they don't 
know who you are." 

Peden is experiencing a great deal 
of change in her personal life The 
injury removed her memory of what 
she learned aboul engineering, which 
invalidating her degrees in this area 

Also, her interests and aptitudes 
have apparcnily changed through a 
shiti troni the use of the left side of 
her brain lo the right. Peden said 
she's now interested in literature and 
the arts, which she 



People are always 

going to tell you 

what you cant't do 

because you have a 

head injury. You've 

just to tell them 

they don't know 

who you are. 

Claudette Peden 



never really cared 
about before 
Now. she finds 
she IS gifted in 
writing and per- 
forming and that 
science is no 
longer her beni 

She is the 
author of two 
plays, one of 
which is entitled. 
'To Open Dtwrs " 
■■~"~"~^~""^^ which she is hop- 
ing to have published some day In 
the play. Peden expresses some of 
her own experiences during rehabili- 
lation and feelings about her acci- 
dent 

Peden's goals for the future 
include more play wnting and hold- 
ing onto the dream of becoming a 
Harvard lawyei advocating the dis- 
abled in the court room and through 
legislative action. 



Bonaduce's Harper show a hit 



|dl»SW-iri'-'-^' 

Nearly i.iskj yevftk 
attemk-d the Danny 
Bonaduce siiow at 
iteptrOoHacB Maith 17. and 
none ap(x;aied slissaliiified 
wiit what ihey saw 
.Caving the 




i ufiitinicdy. 



unike ilKMe on his tadb xhow 
bM with a Haiper' fund 
Haihiinfer> iwtsi and. m 
pnMiiacd. hec pixia litr miny 

niOing 001 an HOIS for the 



four years .ago in Phoenix 
when he was anmed fc> beM- 

Kelly Mnhr. a iDnMff 



Haiper SludnM now working 

as an associMe producer on 
Bonaduce's radm shiiw (hcant 
10 urn to 3 p.m on tl 9 FM). 
said working for (kaiaduce is 

«|uitr an experience 
"Danny knows what it's like to 
work for a living and husLs his 

(tear endl every day to 

make ihe show that goes on 
the ail the best it can he." said 
Mtihr. who aocaded the show 
along wMt nwiy of Uic people 
ate' make Bonaduoc's ladlo 
pmiituD nm each day 

Bonaduoe said he wnu to 
leium to Hatper agton fiir 
another show, hut he may nm 
have a dwmx any time loan 
His radio show will soon he 
natioailly symkated. he has a 
movie of his life about to he 
made by the HDX television 
neruork and he has a TV talk 
ihoM ready K> begai produc- 
tion in Sf if ^ tn tbi' i ' 



" "hoi 1 1 ^mi.' 




Danny Bonaduce did stand up comedy, a news 
report, played a little music, and even delivered piz- 
zas during his performance at Harper March 17. 

dim Waiattis photo 



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HHpr News 



!ipi'411llill"JJ«L". 



Mwcfa 23, 199S 



Cafeteria management chan ging on ce again 

. . , . ____ ^ the cafcteiia He is checkini 



jORiM Oravtn 



Om ^fim, m tmmft a Mich. 
Mi« Mdi to Mvrow Fnak 
dM mKMKf of Ibod Md piMS . 




r face hM been »Mei 
to Ac food icrvicc Maff 
Gearf/e Sipf. wperviMt of food 
Kfvice, hatlwaiaadMjolitiiir 



Sipphii»vmt eapnfenoe 
m tm tood Mpnvuor posiooil 
He MMKd Ma CHWr ID the food 
iadMHy wi* M«Tion wteie he 
woited for n yean He 
iweived hit BiiaiBi in m 

BwM ViMi CUtote Im Siorm 
LAe. lowtL when he wortad 
with die coUece dnedor cowtr- 
iat •» dw elite cuerinf in 
id Iowa Since then. 



Haper Coilege will 
preseol a lele- 
coane. "Siaiting 
a New Business Self- 
EmploymeM for People 
With DiiiMltlics." April 5 
ftMB9:30 aoL 10 3 p.m in 
Roon A234h of the 



"ftpici addraaMd will 
include fnndamemal* of 
siarung a small busincM. 
pitfalh 10 avoHt. legal 
smiciuies of a buaineMt. 
dmhifHMai of a tantecM 
pia>. markM anlyiis. 
record keeping, ind much 
more 



Jim 
IttiidMef 



Vice 



ServKTvltiinoi* Chamber 
and Nornul A Turock. 
Aica Advisor in Business 
Maoagemem and author 
of the Buniness Plan 
guidrhook beini: used (or 
Ihi* course, will he the 
featured pce«enien 

The lele«)tine, which 
costs $10 per perKio. will 
be real liiiic capctoned. 
Special actMMnmodacions 
miy he ns^ueiited Sealing 
IS linuied. so pre-registta- 
tioo IS required Call Kim 
Gibson- Hwmaa at the 
CeMcr for Studrnls With 
Ditabiiiiiet at 925-6266 
(voice* or W7-7600 
(TTY> 



to 
food 
This 



he has worked 00 food accouBls 
Cornell CoOcfe. Qnghloa 
Coflegc. Hoiy Croi* HoipW. 
Michael Re«u Moi|itaL 
FrMklinHoapialaDdetc Sipp 
lo put 10 10 15 years into 
Food Service 

Sipp said he plans on mak- 
ing many changes in die cafete- 
ria in the mondik and years to 
come He has already made his 
IMEsence lieh by adding more 
desiens and fresh fhiit slices to 
(he food selections i plan to 
make the cafeteria look more 
pietentaliie, widi a famty-llike 
■moapbnc.'' Sipp laid. 

He alto said he 
ailnw Mudenli to order 
such as piaia in advance. 
would shonen die 
cafeteria tines and 
save customers time 
by iKM watting in bne 
M> long for their food 



Motorcyclist training 
course now available 

To help meet die demaadi of local leiidents inier- 
esied in lewaing aboiM laie moKntycle operation. 
William Rainey Harper College and the 
UiBverMiy of Ilhnoii Motorcycle Rider Program are 

aUail^ Ikw motorcycle nder training toorio on the 

SIk* dK piotnai htfm i» t"^!^- ^ ■"**'? >o<^ «■* 
iMM have been trained in moiorcyck ufcty Of the 7)7 
pMicipanls in 1W4. 65 percent wcit male and .15 pcr- 
cem were female. 

These cowm tn made available fwe of diarge 
daoagh the Illinois DepuimeM of Tnutsportiitioii in 
coopcialiaR with William Rainey Haiper College, the 
l.niversity of Illinois and variou* motiwcvck- dealers 
niey are offered by the Univervity of lllimns 
MMDtcycle Rider Propam on the Harper College cam- 
pnt Md «e open to all HUnois residents 1 6 yeart or older 
widi a valid dnver's license or pennil. 

About one half of the 20 hours spent in clati i* ipenl 
riding motorcycles provided by die program. 

More information ahotH the free mi>iorcycle lider 
Bwiat ciataes. held from April dirough (Xtober. can be 
received by calhng die Univwiily of Illinois Motorcycle 
Rider Piofnm at (800) 252-3348 

New self-employment 
telecouse to begin 



I plan to make the cafeteria look 
more presentable, with a family- ^ 

like atmosphere. ^ 

(Jeorgf Sipp 



"Withio die next diiee to six 
yeas I'd bke to see a type of 
food bank at Harper, like when 
you go to die mall and see die 
golden arches of McDooakJ''. 
and Taco Bell togedier in a 
small area" 

One of Sipps main goals is 
to form a food comnunee with 
the student body The commit- 
tee would be made up of a des- 
ignaKd group of students who 
would get together monthly and 



discuss ways to make the cafe- 
teria meet die needs of die cus- 
tomers who go diere Right 
now he is taking diings one day 
at a lime "Vm only one indi- 
vidual, with one set of hands I 
would love for students to come 
10 me and tell me what diey 
want in their cafetena." Sipp 
said 

Presently. Sipp is looking 
into the students complaints 
about die high pnce of food In 



the cafeteria He is checking 
out odier food distributors to 
see if any better deals can be 
made to lower die cost of oper- 
ating die cafeteria He wants to 
be able to give die cafeteria cu^ 
tomers better competitive 
prices to keep students eating 
their breakfasL lunch, and din- 
ner in die Harper Cafeteria 
■Harper College is a single enti- 
ty aiid if we had die buying 
power where we had multi-unit 
locations, naturally we'd get 
better pnces People don't real- 
ize that paper costs arc going up 
8 to 10 percent per month 
which keeps prices higher." 
said Sipp 



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PagtS 



Wellness week to be celebrated April 13-21 



Hmpa CcHlege will lie eaklinilfif 
Wtllarvt Week on Ihc PkMmr 
camfm bcgHHiiiii TiaeMlay. 
Apnl IS 

EWm liWiii Kilt tMCMiH Weltacss: 
The lMi||MlM of MiiMl-B<wl)-.Sp«nt' 
AaiaclarteyaaKMlilmsiothe Haipet 
CMHMMiy whacb opens up llie wcek't 
fcurvtiiet SutlivMi. a naiKnaUy recof- 
micd ««llnei» fpe«ter from Dallu. 
Texas is * liceniied (Mychotherapisi Her 
'. will addrcw how ihe p<iy>Kiil. cno- 
teciiMi. tpoiiml and social 
«r am Kvft. iHm Hi Mid 
bow ptoftt CM bnia w c i ii t ii ii i* die 

Tlic puMIc IS imo'imd » ■ iNcafcrssi 
icmtiMr. on Apnl 18. fnun 7 W i m m 
9- W am., in itie BuiMing A OWng Room 

ai H«pit. Com (m iImi feiMftliM i» SS. 




Sullivan will dien pvrmM a mcohI 
talk, eniiited "Change A Time of 
Podnbility. A Time of VulneraNliiy." 
Horn It) IS am lo II 43 am in A342 a 

and h OttMr speaker are slued for ilie 
d»y ID ipeak about inpics inclndtng 
"Safe llac|clia| and the HeaMiy Home". 
"Kaniliici". "Spice Up Your Life' 
MaxiiiiWiif Flavor die Heart — Hcakhy 
Wily"... "Piwiaie Health". "Vwtaice m 
d* Workplace". "Ixamine die trntfrntg 
al the New Fwxl LibeK". "He Htl Me 
First SiMinf Rivalry" and "Back nun 
Reief Through the Martial Ana." 
WMiesday's events iidude 
die HcaMh Fair in the Building A 
.indent Center tnxn 4 am lo I 
pm Mote (halt $<> exlaliilats will 
sllaec informalion and oMer 
scfcemnis during this evem. 



Oilier events schedukd for Wednesday 
include Religious Perspcclives on 
Relationship*. Safier Eiercise. How lo 
Become an En^iowa^ed PatieiM. There'* 
Only (Jne of Me Today. Bodywalking. 
Financial Planning. How lo Talk so 
Patents Will Listen, Ending 
Rclationshipit. Rollertilading. and A 
Journey into Healing (^irsclves. 

Thumday's evems begin with a look 
al Your Eyes. Vision and Optics, fol- 
lowed hy talks nn Ideahfying and Using 
Your StrcttgdK. Skep Hahits and Sleep 



Disorders. Body Image. Look-^ Can Kill, 
Satsarot>ic%. ihe Mind-Body Connection 
of Stress Relief. Be Good lo Your Heart 
Cooking Demonstration. Hope. Is It 
Really My Heart? and The Aging Face. 

All events are open to the public 
and are presented fret of chaif e 
with the exception of the break- 
fast seminar, which requires pre-regislra- 
tion and a SS fee. For information or to 
receive a complele schedule of evems, 
contact the Harper College Health 
Service al (708) 925-6268 



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Arts & Entertainment 



March 23, 1W5 




WKTA s music program director. Scott Davidson, is looking to give 
local tMinds more exposure by eventually running the station 24 
rtours a day with possible syndication. 

WKTA keeps hard rock alive 



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The nemwi CMcacobnd toOt m- 
non to emei^ onto the nidHi dial 
i» Hwt Rock 1330. WKTA AM 
With the iongnaainf WWX no kmga 
en the dui. then wan a void m hifd 
rock/meial amuc ilM Beedid W Ik 
ISUrt. ««» WICTA IS tiat «lion. Scoa 
Davidwa. the Mtnons music pragram 
duccmr. sayv the nanoo ha» been on (he 
m sinct July of '94 and went 7 day^ a 
week dw foUowing mondi Hmmg 
wodKd in tie nuuiic intairy wUh las 
mm brnt-Sumeikngr. and having he« 
iBVol*Wlilin*>«Dr7 yoin. prevKnuay 
funwig wconb « O-Forw in die laic 
"UK DavKton has seen mimy ctiitngcs 
IB awK and tadio beoadcauiiig. 

Aecoiiiai «> DavidMin. "ttec M a 
k« of HtaaMt baa* iR Oacafa Mch at 
the Tiwuiiint Nmpkin, MiniMiy. and 
Vbnica Sak who have betn successtiil 
lllllniUll) and inKmjoanally. Nil (henr 
at many other i]uaHiy hands waning » 
Ik ncopuMd ■ His format oai fte 
dncnbed i» hard cd|Cd wiiii a miam 
0f hard rock nietal. Iiinl alKmaiiw. 
iaduMrid. and ckwiic mctaL tangins. 
ftwa Ailee bi CMas to Panttni. TIk 
NMiDin play iM has over I .<««) hand* K» 
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adnuwion tt t lufl- cnnc Miident lo the t-'linhum Collefit Div 
ScMi«il>yA|>nll5.1<)<»l 

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a commumty (nflefe If i i i ' r Mndcnt «Iki hold* ntemhenttip m 

Phi Thcr* Kapfia. CSfilNily i* a* dcaciilnl alxiw. 

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rotflNXO 1171 



Giants invade Chicago 



Laura GostiMin 

Atti & Entertoln ftient Mtor 

Originally hajling from the Boston 
area. Linnell along with bandmate 
John Ransburgh founded die band 
in l'>82 They took their name from an old 
movie and played their llrsi live show in 
19S3. They miw live in Brooklyn and con- 
sider themselves a "Brooklyn band" For 
the majority of Ihcir Ciireer ihey were a 
duo. hul they recenlK hroughi in several 
more members John Henry is really the 
fint album which incorporated a full band 
New band members include bassist Tony 
Maimone and drummer Brian Doherty. as 
well as a horn section 

"We seem to lour about half die time. 



CliciBO based, •tven tfiwigh die 
I bniaiicaiits on an AM fiequency. 
ine is 00 Mher Italian wine yoi can 

heat the bands thta we play, and alio 
tmt* laqaeats ior particular songs," 
daims DavidMn. 

WKTA's lisaenets. who i«ge in age 
bom IS ID 4«. frequently make requesti 
tor cwienl and non-maansneam music 
DavidHO's goak for Hk station are to 
play iBOMC dial's aoi played, to give 
kical bonds lecognition. and eventually 
go J4 hours a day widi pos.sit)<e syndica- 
Bon WKTA ciediLs tts imtial success to 
the flnanctal support of Engk Media. 
Inc.. commocial icvennes from advw- 
tiws. and ilK loyal iinenm who ipead 
the word 

Station hnor> are Monday rtwough 
Friday, liom 6 p m. unnl 6:45 a.m. and 
Saturday and Sunday, from ^ p m umil 
6 am TIk station reaches towns ftora 
Waukegan lo Etmwixid Park WKTA 
has four disk lockeys including itmmy 
Novak, fonnerly of The Muc and date 
; including Haiper Colleges radio 
(WHCMt pragtam director Erik 
Ifm. For ««oi* of ymi who are bored 
vidi KKtoy's oveiplayed. commefcial- 
laad. alKrnauve music, or just want to 
add a little more vancty 10 your own 
play Hill, give WKTA a Inaen Kequests 
am he made at im-mriW. 



1 would say tliat we're probably on the 
road for about half of our lives." said 
Linnell "Before we ever toured., we were 
into recording. That's what we've always 
liked to do best" One of dieir moit mem- 
orable experiences came during the record- 
ing of John Henry. "We were recording in 
upsiate New York and llierc was diis bliz- 
laid - It was last winter and it was one of 
die worst blizzards in New York history 
We were snowed in and we were Maying in 
a hou.se. and the only way we could get 
from the house lo die studio was by fol- 
lowing this deer path through die woods." 
according to John Unnell. one of the 
founding tiKmbers. 

Their music is very clean, compared 10 
See Giants on page 8 



Outbreak: definitely worth the money 



Stan Witter 

In Robin Cook's new 
movie "OutfHtak". audi- 
ences are temfied by die 
prospect of a deadly virus 
which glips its victims widi 
grotesque symptoms 

"Outhicak" is a take oir of 
"Ho* Zone", a I987 best- 
scMing book written by 
Arnold Kopelson True to 
Cook's other stories. 
"Outbreak" is a true medical 
dirillCT 



Dustin Hoffman and 
Rene Russo are doctors bat- 
tling dK ckx;k to fight a 
deadly virus dial places the 
United States in unprece- 
dented danger Hoffman 
does a terrific job portraying 
die hero who saves die day 
whle Rene Rasso. seemed to 
be waUung dirough her pan. 
oblivious 10 all acting tech- 
roques. Donald Sudieriand 
has a cameo role as a general 
wtn is willing to take mat- 
ters inio his own hands 

■■Outbreak" was definite- 



ly worth die money and die 
kmg lines at dc ticket boodis 
and concession stands. The 
movie was ca.sy to follow, no 
complicated dialogue or plot 
lines The audience seemed 
to enjoy die su.spense and 
action diat was in the movie. 
This is not a movie dial any- 
one would want to miss! fa 
anyone who loves an all-suir 
cast, a movie with enough 
suspen-se 10 keep you on dK 
edge of your seals, 
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Harper's student elections to be held April 10, 11 




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pM i^aa me. I can ifcak m from 
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BBCiiBC 1 hmv vie expifieSGe'. 
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ftvoi idmoL I pbn lo h m rm f a 
Mdte ai tlK hi|;l) Kbool levd 
iMcMngeittKi madi Of Sfiedal Ed 

ki' loudi wMi' die ivs neeiw of ne 
HudM body ml he able to handfe 
tmm ha a profesiitKiniil way. not jun 
M any leadiet wcmid knit m it 

Over (he years I have had 
many o|)fxxiunitHr-i thai I fisel wiO 
help me wuh ttus pixtmon. When I 
wai yooBMB. I was a Cob Seoul 
M fMV of my yean in high tdiooi 
were sfNW with ihe StudeiM 
CaMKd in one facm or anodar. I 

MiMihiC MytfUg ton Aigebia ID 
BrtiM Liwriiir. I ham alw been 
■ peer cmweiar for iwo yeai. I 
I tm Jimiot Cbie Oob. 
Scatar ClMt CMb; nolnpapby 
Club, and die Pep Oab Smce my 
anivai at Harper. I have scom- 
piidied a few dungs, «Hne of 
which were ineanooed above 
OMer iiings I have done art; 
MoMtqr mommg Dl and news 
leader on WHCM, and JM imenl- 
ly applied far a Sudem Senamr for 



Owade of adiool. I have aho 
hadaevaiiapponunKies Iwwan 
active neater of ECOR (Elgm 
Cmmian Ob Recycling). I have 
alio tirtpnd put log rth f r tevcru 
dwities and madr .turc ihai ihcy 
WCK tuccesslul My Junior and 
Seiaor ye« was tpa* oa Junior 
AdiievemeM ai Zuikfa America 
Then I was die Vice Pieiadnl in 
diaqe of Hhiihi Reiouces and 
iImi won jwadi for tfiendanoe 
and Kip Hdes. I have debaud 
agansl anmul tes(in|; for cosmetic 
and won rwo of my Itiiec detxacji. 

I feel dial lhe« ileirai liaed 
above make me a decern candidaie 
ford 



The Haipcr Mudew body needs 
a ionng Mudeni voice on die Boanl 
of ThBlees. They need an active 
tudent M Harper CoOece 10 repie- 

icm diem. It is very tmportam lo 
he* die coacerm and needs of die 
iiudeiils. Many siudenis fod pow- 
erlciis or do Dol know how ID eflec- 
dvdy pM dieir woftk into adion. I 
waa ID become an oudet for ttioK 
i will ask dcm what dieir 
ire about Haipa 




BttiiiBmir 



i 'I' IX 



tbu"vc been looWnfl forward to Spring Break since the first day of 

trie term! But you still have to decide wtiat you're are going to do, 

where youre going to go and who you're going to be with. One 

choice should already have been made: the choice to be safe. 

TMnk about R: 



^ Demonber you doni have Id be 
'dnmk" to be fmoet KA e»e n one or 
two drMs altect your drMns sMv 

P StayoulardmserausslluaUons 
fcmoMnq etoBttOL wtieU'i ei in a car, a 
bw, or a bcdreoin. 

> DiMdne. drugs and driving don'l mix 

^ laiee your turn beins a deslgnaled 
dilvef-8«t everyone where Biey are 
BoMgsateiy 



► Resocct o«ier people's right and your 
own-to dwoie nol lo drink. 

¥ Respect Hale laws and campus poHdes. 

► Vftar your seat belt-rs your best 
proiedion agalnsl an Impaired driver. 

► If one of your Irtends drinks to the point 
of passing out alconol poisoning is a 
real danger H you are the least tM 
concerned, please seek medkal 
allenlloA. BeHer sale than sorry! 



Play tt safe. Have a Sprins Break to reffletnber. 




UCCNS I fMWA KEI [MKinM inVMH 



Students and make them listen. I 
will work on deir behalf to make 
student bfe the beat experience it 
can be. Harper College has 
teoeived several awaidt for pro- 
gtaoi, acdvides. opniialian, and 
goak I ptan 10 eacomge die stu- 
dents 10 look more closely at dieir 
college and expenoKe all dieie is 
for d»n I will begin lo buiid a 
strong lelationship between dw 
(ludenl body and die Boanl of 
fVuaees. I know dut I am capable 
of serving die students in 
diese.ways. 

I am cunouly die seaetary for 
die Haipa College Student 
Senate. This has enabled me lo 
learn how die Student Senate 
wxks from hands-on expenenoe 
and from odier .senate members. 
Since I have become a member of 
Student Senate I have attended 
every meeting. I have also gained 
die agi ii miu nal skills needed to 
maintain a healthy balance 
between my lesponsibilities as a 
student and my penional lesponsi- 
bilities. I am a member of die lead- 
erdiip team of B ASIC. 
(Biodiers and Sisters in Chnst). I 
am die Ovistian Ouoeadi Leader 
and my nespoosibilines include; 
pianmng service projects for the 
pwip. cofUacting possible mem- 
ben and orgaiuzing and plamung 
events I am also an acUve member 
in Latinos Unidos and The 
I lKbinge t. All my patUdpuiao ui 
dieae graup* has made my expen- 
enoe at Iteper Cotiege a giowdi 
experience. I want all students to 
get ail diey can out of Haper 
CoUege. 

i am also an AmeriCorps 
member, working wjdi die 
Amaican Red CroK* to provide 
commuraty service, as mandated 
by President Omton, to increase 
die awarencs-s of safety and healdi 
isitues widun the communities. I 
am an instructor in Commuiuty 
First Aid and Safety, working witfi 
dttfereni schools and communit) 
hHed orgamzalions I Initiaie my 
own oomacts and all die planiung 
of classes. 

With all diis experience. 1 
know I am die most qualified The 
aaideni nusiee of llaiper College 
must be pirpannl fiv die Job. I am. 
and I kxik forward to die chal- 
lenge. 



wsim Ui BACOiUS a GAnrvi Sate Sotig fiitoic V5 even on your campia and on-Msm promoo^ 

at Dotiona Beath and Mnoma Olv Bead!, rtodda, SouBiftdie Mnd, tolas a 

lalieNaiiasuaty Aitzana 



Toal 
Sladcnl TViadee 

I wish to he a member of die 
Harper College Board of Trustees, 
in order to serve as a voice for die 
Haper riludent body I hope to 
bring fonh. to die boaid. concerns 
of die students, and in a way, so as 
to By and lepreienl idl die difTaent 
student viewpoinis, individually 
and as a whole 

°*How does die sea become the 
king of all streams'* 
Becaasc il lies lower dian diey! 
Hence it is the King of iill streams 
Theieftve die Sage lagns over the 
people 

by humbling hinudf in ^^leech; 
And lc«k die people by puffing 
himself behind. 



Thus it is diat when a Sage staKls 
above die people. 
They do not fed the heaviness of 
his weight; 

And when he stands in front of die 
people. 

They do not feel hurt 
Therefore all die world is glad to 
push hrni forward widiout gelling 
tired of him. 

Just because he strives with 
nobody. 

Nobody can ever strive widi him." 
(TaoTehChing66) 

Qualificaliont 
Member of: 

Honors Society 

Student Ambusadon 

The Harbinger (school news- 
paper) 

Track Team 

Astronomy Oub 
Previous experience in high sdiool 
widi: 

Oassboaid 

Various leadership roles in 
NJ.R.O.TC (Naval Junior 
Reserve OSioers Training Corps) 

Victor Mofiyea 

Vice PioUenl CaniliiWe 

Tlus is formally my dedaia- 
Don of my candidacy for die posi- 
tion of Vice-President of die 
Harper College Student Senate. 

Let's first of all look at die 
offioe to be filled What are die 
leciuucmeiMS of a good member of 
ihi.s organization'' Pertiaps, if I sur- 
vey among you and tabulate die 
results, I sh(xild llnd diat you 
would list honesty, ability, experi- 
ence, sincerity and willingness to 
work 1 am sure di;ii I should find 
all of diese characterisitcs fre- 
quendy demanded by you. 

I am in accord with diis entire 
list too. 

I believe dut the sekcoon of 
Vice-President demands special 
thought and caie 

1, having been two years in the 
Student Senate as a Repiesaiialive 
and as an elecied Senator, das 
enabkss me of course, to have 
dirough knowledge of die organi- 
zaliatu its background its aims and 
its current endeavoi^ 

I am not only serving in the 
Studem Senale, but also am an 
active member of the Latinos 
Unnos Club .ind a member of 
imponani committees such as 
cnvtrotunenlaJ. health and well- 
ness. 

As Plato onoc put it "A defini- 
tion in a democtitcy is paiticipabon 
in govetTiment." His conviction 
that a demociacy widi die effort by 
its people, must and can fooe its 
problems, that it must show 
patienoe, restniuit. compassions, as 
well as wis<iom, strength and 
courage in tht- slruggle for solu- 
nons which are rarely easy to find 

Therefore. I. Victor Morales, 
Senator of die Business and Social 
Science Divisirm. declare my can- 
didacy and want lo nuike a differ- 
ence on die Siudenl Senate 
Oiganization as your Vice- 
Piesidem. 



Patrt 



Commentary 



MarcJi 23, 199S 



Will Building A become Ross Perot Hall? 



Selling building names 

The Board of Tru«ire« will 
MMM voia on a plan 
which would altow 
wealthy ctHnmuaity iiicmbe n lo 
cn(a(e in the varniy eictcuc of 
having caiqpui boildiap MBMd 
afier them 

While the College ca on- 
taialy use every dollar wMcb 
cwncs its way. akernanves lo 
buyiat a hiiildiiit'» tamt exM 
for perton* who widi lo htvc ■ 
le|ai.-y to liie College aail lo 
■heimelvet They cauU esab- 
Ksh Khotarthip fund* to mmt 
UiNlriits. fellowships for faculty 
memhen to broaden iheir skilh 
and worlt-Mudy ptogramt to 
brnrru hoth rmpkiyen aad Mu- 
deni -employees 

if IlK BoMid »h«ittld dniic. 
Ibr MWK icuo*. 10 aUi:! 
ID ciMnia ImiliiiMji.., select die 

hen tM itfiNllcaNi indiviiluats tn 
the apprapriaie aciidcinic dixci- 
piiiKa. Foretamplc. *fni\d u be 
IMore appnipnjir Uv the Ubetll 
Ans buildin; to V known as (he 
Hcmingwiiy Building or the 
"Bohby Bighucks ' BuiMing^ 

Smdenlx and others in Itie 
Harper community should share 
tlieir thoughts on selling our 
ideniily to the highest 
r with our Board memhers 



DwatvThoww 



Motorcycle Dnvet« cut in thM 
of my huflMnd and me when we 
an ndtng the motorcycle The 
police ttit nolartyclists that ihe 
dnver of a car did ntM sec ihc 
motorcychsl* Driven should 
learn to he aware of motorcycle 
titlar* on the rand I agiec with 
VUerie that Harper students 
who think (hey are king of the 
load do n<;>i otcy the speed limit 
OB canpiB AIno. Haiper siu- 
dems do mn look hefore they 
poll of Ihe parking lot. 

Seicond. Paul Floden's ediio- 
nai "Cleaning up (he Bather's 
image" wat an excellent article 
I hnvc been to the Uwvic in 
Pans. France. Panheaoo in 
Ailictt$. Gaecoe and. die \%licMi 
in Rome. Italy The slaMes in 
Europe show tmwts and nudity 
There i-. nmhinr wr«jg with the 
I lodrn writes. 

•The B ix:h more ifcan 

art. ii's 4 sjmhol of mjin's wan- 
Ion iteun: fur the gicater Ihinp 
in life' 

I wtaild alto like lo com- 
menl on the gaitage in the park- 
ing km and t>y the campus build- 
ings I ice food, pop cant, paper 
and agatene buns from car a.sh- 
(riys in the parking lot I put my 
pop cani in the recycling bink 
and throw my gartMge in the 
trash cant. Ptenae Imp'Oui cam- 
pus ckMiF 

Sinccicly, 
Vktoiia FteHia 

FjT>ni a fbrmer trustee 

' y fellow students: 



Lots of garble 

IwottU like to comment m 
two articles in the February 
:v r-w^ i^sue. 
FiisL the article "Meinage lo 
antoriMs. Don't mk my safety" 
hy VWerie Weiskirch wa» an 
eKcllem anicle My ImtaMi 
wd I own a Harley [taviifecia 



M' 



Many of you will be 

giMtuniing after this tenetter. 
»% I will be. and I congralulaie 
you all F«ir those of you who 
will be attending in Ihe Fall 

I'W semeslei. I bring news of 

(line poieMial iaaeaw* in iIk 
c«l of yo«r jcmcster The' three 



le in tuition, the 
Student Activity fee, and a 
newly proposed technology fee 

For diose of you who are 
new students this acade- 
mic year, the increase in 
the Student Activity fee is a 
coniinuiog issue Last academic 
year, the Board of Trustees 
raised (he Activity fee. through 
1 proposal made by the Director 
of Student Activities and 
endorsed by a nearly unquev 
lioaing Student Seaaie The 
original proposal wa.s for a 60% 
increa.se. but through (he dili- 
gence of then Student Trustee 
AI Norns. the skepticism of 
Btwrd Budget Committee 
Chairman John Costc. and the 
measured understanding of the 
Board, the incre»e was suc- 
cessfully reduced to M^i Still. 
lioiid member Barbara Baittm 
and I voted against it The fee 
increased Inr full-time .students 
from SIS lo S2I ami (i>r pan 
lime students lri>m 1.7 so lo 
SIOM). a mi incn-dse This 
became cfltxiive beginning 
*ith the Summer semester, 
despite ifK* fdci thfii the previous 
Student A^iuiiy hudgei was in 
cfteii ihroujih the Summer 
semester. 

Now. despite successive 
semesters of kiwer enrollment, 
bringing successively lower 
demand (M' services, we will 
ttet an inoeme of anywhere 
from 10% lo die TiYk thai we 
were spared this year 
Unfortunately. ji strategic cut in 
services in unthinlublc to 
Student Activities, despite many 
costly otferings that sm not co- 
curricuiar. academic related. 
educational, or cutturalK signif- 
icant These would include rock 
concerts, which arc not in shoo 
supply in Ihe Chicago area, as 
well as discounl tickets to 
places like Mcilieval Times. 
GreiM Amenta, ek 




The tuition increase is a dif- 
ferent story Beginning la.s( year 
in (he Spnng scmes(er. (he 
Board began con(racl renewal 
negotiadons with four employ- 
ee groups on campus i adminis- 
trators, professional/technical, 
classified, and custodial/mainte- 
nance) Notwithstanding the 
concerns of sixne Board mem- 
bers, including myself, the 
groups received approsimately 
4"* raises in p:i> and scak In 
addition lo iliis k>wcr enroll- 
ment as a result of both demo- 
graphics and an improving 
economy have pul increased 
pressure on the hudgei. as rev- 
enues corresponding to eiiroll- 
mcnl have (alien with enmll- 
menl 

As a result ^il this deci- 
sion, ihc (KTieniage of 
the total ojietaling hud- 
get of the iiillc::c ,.i'\cic>l hy 
students in llic toriii of tuition 
and fees tell from 20* lo I8'v. 
this IS the low end of the tradi 
tional margin of hciwieii IS', 
and 22'* When I siiy tradition 
ally. I do not refer to the original 
breakdown of < ?<« ,,( [he bud- 
get pnid for h> c.uh oi the three 
main sources ol rcscnuc the 
Stale of Illinois, the ItKal tax- 
payers, and Ihe students through 
tuition and fecs-ihis having 
been abandoned by the State 
many years ago. with the bur- 
den shifting to the iiKal tax 
base-but to the well-estahlo.hcil 
practice since then, the IK-22'v 
range 

The tethnolo;;\ Ice is at 
this time raihci >piini'iis. 
due to Ihc incomplete 
ness of the Technology Plan as 
It directly relates to siuttents 
Right now. Harper College is in 



possession of much cutling- 
edge high-technology equip- 
ment, such as color printers and 
a NEXT computer, partially 
paid for by taxpayers, that is not 
only off limils (o (hose same 
(axpayers. hut to students as 
well Is this how we will contin- 
ue lo be treated while paying an 
extra fee'' So far (here is no 
goaramee (o (he eonoary— we 
need (o demand better. Also, 
while our ailleagues at other 
insiitulions. such as Oaklon 
Community College and the 
liniversities have access to e- 
niail and internet, there is no 
such plan lot Harper students to 
caich up to this level of senice 
anytime soon-we are last on the 
list at this institution, mean- 
while wc will tall further 
behind, how will we catch up to 
our conteniporanes when we 
translcr to Ihovc institutions'^ 
\\o desene heller nghl now. 
;ind much better if we are to pay 
■1 s[K-cial fee allegedly for this 
[Hirpose 

There have been cuts in 
service lo students, most 
notably reducTd hours in 
(he business otTice, but most 
importantly " reduced walk-in 
(utonng hours" (Statewide 
Community College 

Productivity Report. 1994) 
Together, these two examples 
represent opposing ends of (he 
spectrum, from prudent to coun- 
terproductive lor downnghl stu- 
pid) respeclively We must 
demand, because we have every 
nght to exfiecl. better To fail lo 
do so IS to fail a costly failure 
with long-term consequences 

Wilham S Beisiegcl. Jr 



frompaged 

much of what is on the radio tlieie 
days "We certainly curse ngiK afciif 
with the rest of them, and dc're 
known lo scream out (-words on 
t. bm dMM's not the way we wnie 



They Might Be (iianm prrfiimH'd 
ihitc sold-««M shows at llK Coronet 
Thealer in Ewnaaioii Iwi week. F^-h 
mghi had a dlftocm (heme for (he 
jhow. so even fans who jnrnded 
more (han one show would have a 
differeni espeneiKc each time 
Monday M|Ih (.VI 3) was "Mixed 
■•( N^'. w c otpor n int a hnle bit 
of everythmg old and new Tuesday 
nighi iVI4) was "John Henry 
Night", where most of the music 
came from their latest Elektrs 
iclEa.se Wednesday nigN ( VI Vi was 
"Noslalgui Nighi "'. comprised mostly 
of oMevawMc, 

Mom of dwir vastly MhicM 
miBical styles were showcased at the 
concert The Coronet is a birly smalt 
a 4tO-|miMi 



and excclleol aciwsucA T M B O 
were fult of iuipn.<ie« fwm start to 
flmish. Fram the opening accordion 
mint «if "SoMtnaniil" lo the irmd 
nnale. in excetlem oivcr of Edgar 
Wimer's "Frankenstein"", the crowd 
never slopped dancing linnell n a 
h«.ifn prrfomier, playing ihree difTer 
ent insiruilicnts dunng the show as 
ikcll as singing on many of the songs. 
Flmsburgb plays a mean guiiar and 
IS a walking bundle of eMfsy, lic«|>- 
ing the crowd pumped up from 
beginning to end Highlights of the 
show included in expanded version 
of "Twisting", a bhsicnng rendition 
of "Why Does The Sun Shine'' 
(Because It's A Mass of lncandescen( 
Ciaar. die crowd conga on "No One 
Knows My Plan", and Linnelt's 
direcnoo of Ihe band in an impromp- 
(u jazz ending of "Spy" The com- 
bined high energy and incredible 
musicianship of the band left a 
capnciiy crowd on us knees hefgmg 
lor ■OR. even after (hey played rwo 



The Drovers rock the Metro 



Laura Garrison 

Arts 4 Entertainment Edtof 

The Droverii played a 
pair of sold-ool shows 
on St PairKk's Day al 
die Metro in Chicago 

The earlier show look 
place at "7 p m and was for all 
ages, with MotortKime open- 
ing. The later show, which 
b^an at 1 1 .«) p m . had Laza 
Stan opening 

When (he (une approached 
for The Drovers (o play, (he 
room grew quiet as die stage- 
hands moved silently prepar- 
ing the stage for die show The 
Drovers l^ve a very strong 
local folkywing. which was 
otwious from rtc moment they 
walked OIK on stage. TTcir 
minic has vety «tng Irish 
tooih. appMCM by tit nuof 



guilarv ha,ss. pcrciisMisi .ind 
fiddle However, their music 
can't accimi(cly i e called Insh 
Fock. according (o publicist 
Lynn r>i:iisy Ihcv play iradi- 
nonal insmimenrs. but (hey 
pla> tfieni in a nontraililn 'lul 
way ' Ihc) (irefcr not to tx- 
labeled as jus( "an Insh band" 
- there are far nxrc facets to 
The Drovers, which ihcy illus- 
trale with their music 

What came across on St 
Patrick's Day was a rcxrk band 
with a veiy unique sound hav- 
ing the nme of tfrir lives, mix- 
ing traditional rock instru- 
ments such as guitars, bass, 
and drums with ir.iditional 
Irish lastruments such as a fid- 
dle, a mandola (an Irish string 
insmimend. and (wo bouhrans 
(Irish drums) David 
CaBahio's cottanUinc vocals 



delivered raw emoaon which 
wooed (he crowd, and his bass 
was superb as well. Mike 
Kirkpamck played an excel- 
len( gui(;ir. and .Sow Ckriand's 
fiddle was ouistanding 
Percussionist Paul Bradley 
was joined hy a guest musi- 
cian. Manna Doyle, playing 
the bouhran 

One of (he highlights of 
(he show came (owaid (he end. 
when Callahan pulled OM die 
aooiLSiic guilar for a hauniing 
sok> rendiiion of "Kill Mice 
EIF' The entire show was 
exhilanuing. and made il very 
clear ihai The Drovers are a 
bond destined for grea(nes,t. 
Their unique sound has been 
ompored with (he likes of 
REM and The Pogues. but 
diere is acnially no coaofMii- 
son. 



MMdk23.l99S 



Commentary 



P»ge9 ^ % 



Our View 
Let's be careful 
out there, OK? 

Spring Break. 

Two very powerful words which evoke 
strong responses out of most college stu- 
dents throughout the United States. 

Whether your pleasure is rolling out of 
bed at I p.m. because you stayed up late 
the night before or just relaxing in front of 
the television to catch up on your favorite 
soaps and talk shows, college students 
revel in the thought of having a week of 
"freedom" from the everyday stresses of 
school. 

Which is the way it should be. Every 
person needs time to regroup and restore 
their energy reserves (Harbinger stalT 
included) and spring break offers students 
that opportunity. It also creates a potential- 
ly dangerous situation for the stu*nLs, as 
well as innixent bystanders. 

Hca\y dnnkinj: is a common praaice 
during spnng break Please dont drink 
and drive. Not only are you pumng your- 
self in danger of being scriduslv injured or 
killed, but you arc risking the lives of innt)- 
cent people alv) sharing the road. 

Cjuiton may be thrown to die wind and 
students may also engage in unsafe sexual 
acts. If you absolutely insist on going u> 
hed with a stranger, at least u^c a ci»ndoni. 
It vou find yourself in a sexual siiuation 
where It feels unconitortable. don't be 
alraid to say no. You have Ihat right. 

We hope everyone has a great Spring 
Break and hope to see all 20.<KK) siudcnts 
back at school on April 3! Part*^ on' 




^Stupid is as stupid does' 



Alexandru 

Sacalis 
News Editor 



i 



Harper ■.ludenis are stupid. 
At leasi that's what Jerome A 
Slooe. Harper College philoMi- 

ph) professor, apparently 
thinks According to Funk 
Wagnall's. stupid is one who 
shows slow undcrstandinii, one 
who IS senselcs,s. dull-witted 
■nd sluggish 

I hale arrogant professors 
1 hale professors who think 
of their students as be\ng stu- 
pid, feiichers who continuous- 
ly point tWI shortconnni;'- in 
iheir students. 

Teatrhers who are obhvious to 
ihe expteniive qualities which 



ail students possess. Teachers 
who forget that their jobs are to 
enlighten not to judge 

Why do 1 hate arrogant 
teachers' Well..., Stone sent a 
letter to the editor of the 
Harbinger — subsequently 
published March 10. In ending 
his letter. Stone said. "I ain 
convinced that mental retarda- 
tion IS excusable while igno- 
rance at this scale is inexcus- 
able stupiditv Ha\e 1 iust 
called most nf m\ students stu- 
pid' To their shame and my 
sorrow. )es." 

Stone's remarks are based 
on results of an intornial qui/ 
given bv Stone lo various stu- 
dents in his cl,i'.sL-s I he qui/ 
includes questions concerning 
prominent news issues such as: 
John Major, allies of the IS in 
the past fne wars. etc.. Results 



indicate only 16 to 20 percent 
of his students were able 10 
respond with accuracy. 

Granted the results of his 
quiz are disappointing 
Students at this level should 
have a better grasp of current 
events I still cannot under- 
stand how a professor of higher 
education — a professor who 
has been teaching for 15 years 
ai Harper — can be this stupid 
and narrow minded How can 
Stone possibly believe his val- 
ues and his interests are the 
fixed norm'' 

lurther Professor Stone. 
somebody is listening. 
I'ntortunately. I have yet lo 
hear an\ thing worthwhile. 
Therefore, who is the stupid 
one here Frolessor Stone'' Not 
Ihe Harper students. 



The Bather' — Art or porn? 



Valerie Weiskirch 
Managing Editor 



DotyFif* 

HcKJirigef ColurTinlst 

All the recent rhetoric involving fhe 
Bather" on campus give* pause to question 
why one sculpture could amuse such hiiih 
emotion, both pro and con 

there are ciRumsiances m an where nakedness 
IS not imnwxlesi The human body is no* in itself 
shaitieful. A gisHj example is Michelangelo's 
sculpture of "David ' Shamelessness cctnics from 
the will which toti easily accepts the sensual teac- 
tmn and reduces another person to the role of an 
ohied for enjoy mem. 

While an artist communicates his i>wn thcnichts 
leeliDgs and attitude, his work does not only -.erve 
this prniiOK. It sercev the inith in thai it must cap- 
ture »me fragment of reality in a beainilul way 
The bunuui body is an authentic pan of that truth 
■tiout women and men. just as its sexual aspects are 
in authentic part of the truth about human love 
Bm. It is wrong to let this pan obscure the whole 
which often happens in an. and in love. 

Pomographv. on the other hand, aicentuates 
the sexual element when representing the 
human body with Ihe objecl of inducing the 



viewer to believe that sexual values are the only 
re.il valuer in a person \ work of art must some- 
how gel at the tnith that each person has value apart 
from merely giving pleasure or utilitarian usage. 

Tixlay 's pleasure-seeking stviety would view 
•'the Bather" quite differently perhaps than past 
generallon^ who saw deeper value m individuals. 
Thus, past generations might well question why we 
would even conNidet such a work as an. 

If wc condemn this sculpture as pornographic. 
we can place the blame on the anist's immatu- 
nt\ or inipuriiv. Hut. one can only speculate at 
Picasso's motives in creating "The Bather " 

.\s a woman. 1 waiil to believe he was jusi plain 
■'kinky' and disi.ount this piece enlirelv. However. 
Jeep down there is an ominous lecling that his 
depiction of miHlem wc-iman is more truthful than I 
tare to believe W hile we may have little apprecia- 
tion lor ■ ITie Bather" aesthetically, il can serve as a 
reminder to all. women in particular, that we have 
work to do in changing this wanton perception It 
can only happen with an inner change of behavior. 
Not by demanding that others see our worth. The 
world will recognize our true value when we begin 
to live It and believe il ourselves. 



The Harbinger 



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Harper News 



Mardi U, 1995 



Professor honored for 
past teaching award 



H«peT IVo«e»»or o< Elettnm.cs 
Tectoofcuy/Awoiiwijoii SluUs 
Dcxrior Roger Muwwil mirtfcn 
»f clue group of educMom m the 
national nwciing of the Americim 
Technical Education Associaiion la 
Match 

Munell is being bomxcd a* a pant 
tecipiem of ihe orgaiiJ2ation's teacher- 
of-the-year award The organwation 
selecis one tcacher-of-the-ycar (or 
recogiiit«->n ai iheir iuimiaj meeting, aid 
Ihjs year extend* thai recognition lo the 
fifteen alumni winner;! Mu»sell wm die 



retipicm of the award in l<»SS when he 
wa* m>numilc(] by hn tolleagues for the 
award pven lo a*MKianon members, 
those faculty from institutions involved 
tn iioM-sccomlarj lecbnical education 

Winners are chosen based upon oui- 
stmiding classroom leadership as well 
as teaching and classrwm skills 
Mussell IS a 27-year veteran of the 
Harper Electronics pn>gnim — a pio- 
gcm he helped to estafcUsb in 1967 

For further information about (he 
ekcnomcs program at Haper, contact 
Mussel! at 925-6546 



Time to think about registration 

Registraoon for Summer and Ml cmiit cowwt t» appnadung quick- 
ly and each student is encwnaged to plan aati icgisttr early m order 
to get the hestselectiofl of courses 
While stu«tenls may go to et*er of the Student DevclopTOm c>mer> 
tacatedm Building D or Building I for academic adv„.„R ,^ counselmp. 
Harper s admiaiMratKio suggest* die fotUr * ■ nf 

Am« AArWd, Mtf CmmMm OWer (1117) _ Translcr 
Wofrarw for Bu«ines,s. &l»ealkai. Sooal Saemxx An. Music, liberal Am 

?l^r*r ^"^**™'*^'*"***^*" f""*""* '" Business. 
Comput.^ InformaiK™ Systems. Fartion. Hmptmiy ManaRcment liMeiior 
Resign. Journalism. UgaJ Technolofy and Sectetary 
|.«Jl!!?!ll*La*i!!?!* ""^ CuBmelliit tenter (DI42) - Transfer 

t^^^i^^^^'^rr^^ ***'*°^ "^•'"■"° •''« Science 

"«=•■«««». ma liMciiirainiKMi/TnMtliieiatiM. 



Harper, NIU are working together 



The Harper AdlMMMiit Oflice 
and the OfTKc of .Attatetont M 
Nonfafm IWnoit tlnivcniiiy ate 
pleased u HMmiMy die ciMiioii' of Um 
HiiT»-NIU CnopefatJve Adnristion* 



Throi^ dHs prognni. Uglt tctmol 

•nion horn Haqwr't iktwict wlio mc 

* ikiM adnimioa to NIU will he 

Mcmiagid M> attend Harper College 

IB4 mnfer to NIL' at a later date 

Tte first mailing to students 
iaforming ihcM of iMs opportunity 

Scholarship 
announced 

The Harper College 

Edwaiiomil Foundation is 
ntiw accepting appkicalKws 
fcr te Ritanois Park GMdni' CM 
Schotanliip m, sdit4MiMp «at 
e»«»»*'<hed ■!■ liMw, and will be 
awardtd iw ■ sMdnt who haii 
declami a natiur in nam Stiente 
fechnoUigy or m PWk «id C«numJ» 
Opcraoon MmMBiiMiiC 

The sdwimMp awanla up to 
I^H) f>ir m-disnia niitiiiii g«m«s ft*- 
. Ihe IW5 ^ academic year. The 
qualifying apphcanf must have 
accrued 16 credit hours at Harper 
CoMege and must have a minirouin 
of Za Of A and a "B" avmp: m dK 

fv M'laahn and appicukatk 
conotci dit Office of SiiMtem 
B t mM Ammm* m A364 a call. 
(708)' 925«!48. riltllHl to «n y t - 
• isApnim 



will be sent out from NIU this nKwih 
Smdenli will icwivc a letter and a 
l»«»cliuie describing the pr»>g«m (lie 
huodHBC contains a reply caid which 
can he sent to Harper College to request 
mote informalion about begimiing 
clauses at Hatpcr . 

This progiara i» strictly voliiMary 
on the part of the student (jueslions 
about the ptogram should be directed to 
Bruce Bohrer at ej«. 6306 



.,. ^"^^fagyagcolteysw scheduled to visit Harper in the coming weeks to 

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Scholarships available 

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Memorial 

Applications are being 
iccepted for the Cheryl 
M. Dwyer Memorial 
Scboivtfaip for Fall 1995 The 
icfaolardip is open to lecoixl 
year students enrolled in ll>e 
Harper College Cardiac 
Technology Prt>giam. 

Applicants must live in the 
Harper district, be available for 
a personal interview, and sub- 
mit a short essay on how this 
scholarship will impact his a 
her educational goals. The 
nj K i li r il i i p committee is look- 
ing to candidates who exem- 
pBfy Ms Dwyers zest for Ufe, 
enthusia.sm and generosity. 

The Cheryl M Dwyer 
Memorial Scholarship was 
established shortly after Ms 
Dwyer died in a tragic airline 
aaih on October 31, 1994 Ms. 
Dwyer was a Hewlin Packard 
clinical specialist who worked 
widi sales people demonstrating 
pftxlucts and developing train- 
ing programs Ms Dwyer's 
avwcialion with Harper College 
stems from the training she pro- 
vided on the use of the Hewlitt 
Packard equipment in the car- 
diac technology program 

Cheryl Dwyer's husband. 
Dennis Dwyer, her family, 
friends and colleagues have 
genert>usly endowed this schol- 
arship [donations have been 
supplemented by matching 
grams from Hewlm t'acLird 

the award covers jn-distncl 

UJitiKiv activity and course spe- 

, unci miiy ciicnd for 

i^ication is 
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.n.ilntii :mil .ippii'.'-i'"'"!. comaci 
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Laboratory, M2l6a. (708) 925- 
6468, or the Office of Student 
Financial Assistance, A364, 
(708) 925-6248. 

Northrop 
Engineering 

The Harper College 
Educational Fouodatioo 
is now accepting appb- 
calions for the Nortlffop 
Grumman Engineering 

Scholarship for Fall 1995 The 
scholarship is open to high 
ichool seniors planing to enter 
the pre-engineering program at 
Haper College, as well as cur- 
rent pre-engineering students. 
Applicants must demonslrall 
exceptional academic achieve- 
ment, interest in the hunumities. 
and intend to pursue and com- 
plete an engineering degree. 

The Northrop Grumman 
Engineering Scholarship was 
esubhshed in 1982 through tne 
generosity of Northrop 
Grumman Corporation based in 
Rolling Meadows. Northrop 
Grumman Corporation is recog- 
nized as a leader in the research, 
development and manufacture 
of state of the an electronic 
countermeasure systems and 
components deployed in air- 
craft throughout the world. 
Northrop is the largest defense 
contractor in Illinois • 

The award starts at $5(X) and 
is renewable The Two Plus One 
component of the scholarship 
offers assistance up to $6.0(10 to 
be used toward the scholar's 
junior year at the University of 
Illinois 

I IK information and appli- 
cation, coniaci tin- Office of 
Smdent fm.inii.il AsMsiancc in 
A.^M or c.ill -■ii>i ryh2i>f 
l>adlinc (or .ir li.aiuMi ; 
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Hawk Sport 



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Who will take home the NCAA basketball crown? 



Oovchanp 



SunrouadMl by die MHz of 
the NCAA iMtkellMiII 
imirnanienl. I crnm up 
with some otMcrvMioas on 
tame of the uptcts at well m 
vkMffm. The fml rouad had 
fnv Mvor MfMciK. ifte Mgfc*! 
oae» were No. l4-ie«ii Old 
OtmuRKifi tJiockjiti No. 3 tetti 
Viiljinova 19-81 la i ovenimci, 
«ad Wetaf Suie Miiaaiaf 
MshigMi Sum '79-72. 
of'OMO' ■ 
tm. oiMT upmi wHiaera. 
Wlal hafiwaeil to dw 'Big 



Ten? Ilic coofeteace mm six 
mmm. Five were kooclied oui 
m die flm round. The only 
Mm dMK won. Ptediie, kM in 

■he .Ncond round an a laii-Mc- 
ood shot by Mc »in< ii* . TIlit 
ihows how dw Big Ten. np- 
po«edty one of die stroafen 
conferences, can choite. Thai'* 
what ihey dkt choked. 

Speaking of teams dial 
choked, ha* anyone wen 
norida, ■ Final Four poitici- 
paM from laiit year? Ljisi I law 
dMy were up sine wtdi five 
K) go. Tile only team 
I'tom last year.* Final 
Fkwt. Aifcansnt, has won two 



Kwrnanient games by a cooi- 
biaed lotil of diree potnti. 

The second-round games, 
played on Sunday, were much 
more exciting dum the return of 
mS AIRNESS. providing four 
huizcr- bcaung games. Right 
now. most college hoop (am 
are protiably kicking ihem- 
selvca for watching die Bulls 
game. The BulK game t/m 
repealed at midnight, and (be 
college gBmes will never be 
licen on television again. 

A few teaim thai have 
played up to their expectations 
are. UConn. Kentucky. 
Oklahoma State. North 



Carolina. Maryland and 
IMbs. Kentucky is die only 
No. I wed to play consistently. 
The biggest surprises are two 
No 6 seeds. Tulsa and 
Memphis, the two lowest seeds 
remaining. 

Predicting the national 
chun^iom look.s to be lough 
this year, with most of the top 
seeds remaining. This is what I 
think will happen. Midwest 
Regional: Kansas over 
Virginia. Arkansas over 
Memphis, wtdi Arkansas beat- 
ing Kamas. Southeast 
Regional: Kentucky over 
Arizona State. North Carohna 



over Georgetown and 
Kentucky prevailing against 
North Carolina. East Regional: 
Oklahoma Sute over Wake 
Forest UMass over Tulsa, and 
UMass comfortably taking the 
regional over Oklahoma State 
West Regional: UCLA over 
Mississippi State. Maryland 
over UConn and Maryland 
defeating UCLA. 

Semirinals: Kentucky over 
Arkansas, Maryland handling 
UMass. Kentucky and 

Maryland in the Championship 
game, it should be close. 
National Champion: Kentucky 



Men's Tennis 



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Men's Baseball 



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Women's Softball 



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April? 


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Ntxin 


April 11 


Moraine Valley 


Home 


3:00 p.m. 


April 12 


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Sugar Grove 


3:00pin- 


April 13 


Highland 


Freeport 


1 p.m. 


April 14 


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Crystal Lake 


3:30 p.ia 


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Home 


Noon 


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Jobet 


Joliet 


3:00 p m. 


Apnl 22 


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Noon 


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Oglesby 


3:00 p.m. 


April 27 


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DesPlainei 


3:00 p.m. 



Men's and Women's 
Track and Field 



MHch 25 


WhealonOpen Wheatnn 


11:000.111. 


April 1 


Haiper/Wheaton Open 






Hammer Throw Home 


9:00 a.« 




Individual Events Whealon 


11:00 am. 


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Chicagoland Metro 




April 6 


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April? 


rununQT Home 


9:00 a.m. 




Muki-Events Napemlle 


2KX>p.ni. 


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individual Events Napervilie 


10:00 a.m. 


Apnl 14 


Cardinal Classic Napervilie 


2 00 p m 


AprillS 


Carthage Invite Kenosha. WI 


10:00 a.m. 


Apnl 21Jc22 


Whitewater Invite Whitewater. WI 


Aim) 21 


Mulii-Evems 


2 00 p m 


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Multi- Events 


8 00am 




individual Events 


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April 29 


l>uhawk Open Dubuque. lA 


9:00 am 


May 1 Si i 


Region IV Multi-Events 




May i 


Mulii -Events Glen Ellyn 


2:00 pm 


May 2 


Mulli- Events 


2 00pm 


Mays 


Region IV Championships 






Glen Ellyn 


Noon 


May 6 


Individual Events Glen Qlyn 


9 30 am 


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Kcclcr Inviictlpen Napervilie 




Fit Id Event* 


Noon 




Running Events 


3 00 p m 



May 16-20 



NJCVA National Championships 
Odessa. TX TBA 

2NICAA Manthon Championships 

Elk Grove 7:05 a.m. 



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Volume XXVIl. No. XI 



Wellness Week 

Harper College will cele- 
brate Wellness Week Apnl !H 
20 with numerous activitcs on 
the Palatine CampiM To k-am 
more aN>ui the program wd to 
see a schedule of events. «ce 
i 6 and 7. 



Feature* 



Welcome back! 

B>r ih<,".c who have mi»<veLl 
the "Haf>py Ciii" can<MM llMi 

Mcd 10 ran m Thr Harhmntr. 
we pnwdl" im 

of out fine p'liiij v.«!iii ivIiiK 
on page 4 



Fowl play suspected 

Hiirhingft polilitai t.irtiKm 
1st Kathy Hells h» twen think 

iBg icng and tmtA ifccNH whai 
mi^ he camii^ <he tvcem 
thefts. Clime, and pkin old cm 
fmtoa on ompw lately. To iwJ 

OMi her ideai. Mf ' fMige 8. 

On a serious note... 

Gue<ii writer Rrtar Unikalo 
tlevcnhes an expcnente rn 
Harper >> caletena that should 
make w all take a seC'CMd look 
m om everyday aciibn. Sec 
9 



Bowling at Harper? 

Professional how ling is com- 
mg to Harper Apnl 22. To find 
(HR more about the nationally- 
televinrd event, see pmge 12 



2-4. 



tim"^ 

Paitel*-. 



. Arts ft Entortai—iiM 



Apathy wins in student elections 



jan fvuHaw 

E'litof ir. Chie* 

Ad f>vfn«iielmini; '"^"'1 fesur- 
t.Kfd m rhe 1W5 studeni senate 
fie. Sums ai William k.iinov 
Hjr|if r ( 'otkge .'\pnl W anii 1 1 
l'n(<:iil'uni»lely, il *as a trend lew *iilW- 

■ ' stuiknit voMd in the elec- 
L csuUs irfwhidi had not heeii 

releaMd by preultine. "Die smM 

and "' 



; Tmiuae odidiue Man sol 


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n'pciited 111 


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Tom Btitlant. ilm ■ 'iwiiiir cuml). 
iliHe. s«i<l Im mo cJipccicd a lurger 
lunwwt. "I mnJcMaml it's m* piit>lv 
CI ad \m iniich. ("Ote numhers :ifcj nm 
100' sutfuistnii." RiisiaiiK taid he Jul 
eapect • Imiirr' vMir UimoiM due w 
Hwiwt't lti|e •iwleiH ha^. 

ThC' llwil nslct ciMlidalc. Oitvtd J 
l«lfi. speed »ith hn <if pcxirim 

"Il »een>s lilie Ok vjwtcnt NhH rn«l 
Awin'l CMC anyiwific." 
eleciKni nifla. 

Lalh wUni tlM (lie luriktui u.i<> 
fspeciilly di;SHi(Kilnrlng contidcnng 



Chuck Panka — on* at only 43 voters in the April 10. 11 student etec- 
tions at Harper CoHega — casts his tMllot at the information desk in 
Building A. Paul Fkxten ptioto 



Harper \ newpipcr anit ladio iiliuion 
hith pve eleitkm covenge and the fact 

mltirmational flyers were pui on cam- 
pin hiillctin hi»aids 

Tcm Mils. L-unrni siudenl senate 
presH). MVf her onc- 

ycjirii;: .:m- w.iy fornew 

.Piesident Stephen Pcmlscn — placed 
hhisiv ifir Um tuoioui on luck of voicr 
itum 
i III dis.supi>inlcd.'" tills said. "I 
don't think ttK election cominince got 



organiird soon enough and I don't think 
there was cniHigh publicily " 

Pciulsen. who won the presidential 

elcttion by running unopposed — said 
he thought itw low number of both vot- 
ers ;ind candid.ik-s m ihe eleclitin could 
he attribtitcd lo iht ta.i H.irper is 3 com- 
munity college where people come 
and go randomly each semester 

"People dtm'l know whal thes're 
going to be doing next year." Poulsoo 
said. 



'Dilbert' creator 
entertains 500 



Holy RushokoN 

Stott 'i»iter 



. NcvsEslfi 



A a evaaiag with Scon Adams, creator of the cartoon 
"Dilbetl." will he fondly remembered by over 500 
people who attended his caitoonists cmenied kc- 
twe at Harper Colkge Apnl 4. 

"Tim 'Holy Grtul' of all canoonisis is to find the one 
thing that everyone is thinking about and no one has ever 
tiilked abont." Adaim said dunng his presenuiiion 

Adam* has fise biwks published and "Dilben" is prim- 
ed ia more than 400 newspapers. The comic stop is a saiiic. 
a parody of today's hi-tech office worM and c«Npoiaie 
America. It portrays Dilben us a nerd lacking a (omintk 
life. 

At age 1 1 . Adams started thinking ahoui which careers 
were bM for him. The best coukl he "done in your paja- 
m«," he -said. The Ftnir Big Careers were I > Pope. 2) 
.Supreme Court JustKe. J) Hugh Hefner ( Playb>:>> hmpirc i. 
■Bd 4) Cartoonist. He found prohlems with most of his 
Chokes; to he Pope, you must he Catholic: to tx; a lustice. 
il would cut into college years: and as Hefner, he'd spend 
entire days sunounded by beautiful women and thought, 
with his ll-yoir-otd nund. well, "cooties." 

Tnie Mccess for Adams came only after numerous 
failed attempts to break imo catioon*, when he heaid buck 
SimVaBSTori'pogBl " _____ 



Underage drinkers face 
harsh concequences 



OavklKfOfl 

Statf Wrttei 

A tough new plan 
engineered to halt 
underage dnnking 
was passed Jan I. leaving 
underage drinkers with 
KMiwtfaing ID think about. 
The Zero tolerance 
law. fit^t resurrected by 
Lake County politicians, 
will automatically suspend 
die (kiving privileges of 
any underage drinker who 
has any trace of akoho) in 
their system. 

Currently niinois 
shares diis bw. or a similar 
version of it with 1 3 other 
stales The penalties in 
Illinois are an automatic 
suspension upon convic- 
tion tor three months for a 
first offense, and a oat 
year tuspeasion for addi- 
tional convictioas — 
refusing to lake die breadi- 
alyzer test resuhs in a one- 



year suspension 

Commander Smith of 
the Palatine Police depart- 
iiKnt said die test is given 
at police headquarters by a 
breath test operator using 
the latest breathalyzer. 
Inionimeter .XIOO 

"TTie results thus fa 
have accounted for a half 
doixn or so arrests this 
year in Palatine alone," 
Smith said 

in Maryland, which 
has had a similar law since 
1989. studies have shoven 
that this type of law 
reduces drunk-driving 
accidents among teenagers 
by 1 1 percent durii^ die 
first year. 

Anti-drinking advo- 
cate groups, such as 
Motfiers Against Drunk 
Dtiving (MAD D ) sup- 
port the zero tolerance law. 
yet hope for even more 
stringent laws with more 
severe penalties 



Wr'rr fin.«t up 



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Harper News 



The Harbinger 



Chinese acrobats 
coming to Harper 



Th.- {'huu-M: (■•'Idea Oftfon 
A^r.>h.iN .<:ij M;igiciHt WtH. 
ptrrlorm ji Hurper Collefe on 
Sund;i> April '0 ill 1 p m. Thff 
l; family incorpoMtcs 
• \. comedy, gymnastics, tra- 
viition4il Chint'sw dantir and col- 
(wful <:osruiw»» til fntrrUin audi 
cnces thraughoul the world 
Th»y have performed at the 
Kennedy Ct-nter in Washington, 
D.C 

Hie luiceiuon of thc'se acmbmt* 
jnd magii;ian<i were >.>ri|!nally farm- 
iDf; f:lmlllc^ who had htlle lo do dur- 
ing the w later month* and heican 
)U||!gling whatever was on hand. 
They bWMBt famoui enienainiilg 
the ChMNC ImiieTuil Cwrt dnriag 



(lie Han E^ynaxty (atXHii ZW BX. > 
and twanclied out to ccteinonial »r- 
nivjiK und Ihetler ptoducltonN. 

The lyptcal show include* per- 
formers di\'m| Ihrmigh nnjS'S of fire 
jnd farmin|t pvnmids iind temples 
h> buildinjt walls of people. Some 
performer!, ac'compli^h feats of hal- 
iHK.e :ta4 complicated juggling 
tricks. The chow also features a 
deiMMStTation of Chinese kung In 
and highiifhlx traditional Chinese 
dance. 

Tickets for the *ow are S7 fur 
adults and $5 for children with dis- 
counts for students and seniors. Call 
the Harper College Box Office at 
(70H) W3-6100 VISA. Mastercard 
and OiKover cards mt accepted. 



Dtbert »am page l 



1 1 canoomt he had wnnen toymm^efam. 
fa ciMt> Hmw wat a md Mim$m icilinf me i had taleai.~ Adams put 

I te llic C Mn omM mi citalcd Dtltien and Doghcn. TWo weeks 
I IMaii Madia called: kiia ami offend htm a. contract over the 
ftKme Ailwi mImiI if ke wmM be fMiiiar widi any nOm caitooas diat diey 
handled. 

"Whca fhe nmL 'tamns,. GaiMd..-.' my argotiaiint; poiiiion had been 



L I taid mmmitmt thai wiunded idie 'Hell, yes." Adams uid. 

aM only cieale* canooos for his dudy 10 million leaders, but he is 

at Pacific Bell in California as i Mralegy manager. 

Dunng his Hniper perforntiince. Adams revealed «<me 

tone topics for cartoonists, which inchide cannihtilism. 



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PMS. hitting (animals or people), and s()uare dancing Topics 
which are consxlrrrd fair game include cab dnvers. spouses, stu- 
pid people, celebrities, elected ofTKials. hone* (feaencally I. 
and convenience store employee*. 

Adams did aot say if Dilben's tie would go limp, hut he did 
make it limp once. As he recalled. Adams drew a straight lie on 
Aag. 9. ThoM who knew lo look for it were tutiicrihers of 
AiIbii»' newslcntr. "Di^^it's New Ruling C'laM." which reach- 
m 14.000. 




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April 11. 1995 



College News 



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Mauti bf iie|;ciiiiii:ii| a pay- 



TWs collection program ha* 
been highly (iicccuM o*ct the 
piM eighi ye:ir%.. hut (oHeclMg 
the entire Ittsin by refund oSm 
oMea MxA yea>« In adtitkm. 
ime woe concern* that Mune 
defaiutted hofiowert became 
<iwiire of the plan Md 
nearrMfed ihcir wntihoMngt 
to avoid n lax refund 



Dcfantiers wlio fail lo 
amnge ■ lepayniem plan with 
the Fjluciitiun Dcpanmeni may 
now have iheir wago gar- 
nithed Defaulted hommer* 
who leceive gafnishmeni 
nonces ha«c K day to obicit lo 
Ihe proposed garni<ihnic(i( 

"Some defaulters don't 
icpoy their louns because they 
can't aflonl the monthly pay- 
ntenl." laid US Secretary of 
Edncaoon Richard W Riley 
"We now have tjptions ihai 
enable responMble bocrowert to 
mike afTordable payments But 
ihon who lefuie to pay face 
i«fiou» Mncuom " 

In addition to being subjeci 
to (he threat of federal inconie 
tax refund offset and wage gar- 
■ithffleni. defauliers are ineligi- 
ble (or further federal student 
air (both loan;* and grants). 
have ilieir default status tepon- 
cd ID credit bureaus, and nsk 
bcinf . denied credH cards or 
oilier loanit. Dcfmliefs who 
eslaMith and honor a lepay- 
meni plan can avoid offset of 
fedeni income tax leftinds or 
earned income tax cncdits they 
qualtfy to receive 

I .CO Komfekl. senior advi- 



Mir lo tfK education secretary 
for ditecl lending, added. "I 
encourage individuals who may 
have defaulted loans lo take 
advantage of thiii opp<inuniiy to 
repay iheir loans al an amount 
ihey can afford and gel back 
into liood standing." KomfcUl 
said 

Collection of student loans 
by offset (or withholding) of 
lax refunds began in I9{i6 Ijtsi 
year, the dcpanmeni collected 
S548 million through IRS with- 
holding of federal income tax 
refunds from an estimated 
780.{MM> taxpayers who were in 
default on a student loan 

In fiscal year 19^4. default- 
ed student loans cost taxpayers 
some S2 4 billion IVfaull costs 
hit an all-time high of $3.6 bil- 
lion in FV IWl, bu! have 
dropped steadily i-.Kh scar 
since thrfmgh a coiiibinjiK^n of 
tougher sanctions agamsi high- 
defauti schools and continued 
action against defaulters 

f"or further information 
about the new repayment provi- 
sion, call the US. EuJucalion 
Oepartment's Debt Collection 
Customer Service loll- free at I - 
lWO-621-3115 



Chorus to 
perform in 
Building M 

The single perfior- 
mance commem- 
orating the thiiti- 
elh anniversary of the 
Harper Festival Chorus 
will be given on Sunday. 
May 7, at .1 (K) pm. in 
Building M. 12(» W 
Algomjuin Road. 

Palatine. The concert 
will feature profe.ssiooal 
soloists and the orchestra 
directed by Anihtrny 
Moslardo 

The 120 will present 
"Opera Showcase," high- 
lighting solos, duets, 
quanets and chonues 
from grand and light 
operas, including La 
Traviata, Faust, Carmen. 
Desert Song and 
Naughty Marietta. 

Tickets are SIO if 
purchased in advance 
and $12 at the door with 
discounts for senior citi- 
zens and snidents. Call 
the Harper College Box 
Office at aim 925- 
6100. 



HOW TO KEEP PEOPLE'S 
HANDS OFF YOUR MONEY. 

w Carry only enough cash to last the day. 

•a borrow your last five spot 

"i'l i, i:i :' It.-! 10, anyway. 

O Label your spare-change jar "beetle farm." 

Tnen. put your Deetle farm .m a jar labeled 
"so Are change." 

m Mark up every space on checks. 

D ■ ' --■■>■ -• *or someor.e lo hi\ m their 

-OS, 

V Keep your v«fallet in your front pocket. 

It;-';:." : : • . ... --;■:; ;.., Joes wearing 



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Features 



The Harbinger 



'Barefoot* 
enjoyed by all 



Keeping tfi Hep with 
previous HiirfKr 
stige producuoos. 
"Barefoot m the Pwk," wa» 
both pTofe»»ioiMii and 



From March I?* 10 

March 25lh. Harper College 
Theatre prewrnted Neil 
Simon's imy. ineptessibk 
cotneUy with « freshnew 
lk« disguiMd the long 
hours of practice ti must 
have requited lo attain the 
chemistry between the 
actors — who appeared per- 
fectly coaifortable with their 

The pint i* iteh|hif»l)y 

light mi oiNiiiiiiuic. 
Newlywcdi Paul and Cork 
Braner. played by Michael 
Komen and Naialee 
Hryniewicz respcdiiitly. m 
madly in love unlit they 
realize thai ihey'ie complete 
opposite.s 

Cone, hvely awf llMMUl- 
neow can't underxiand why 
qiiicl. reserved Paul it horri- 
fied at her idea of walking 
bafcfbol in the pork — even 
if II IS Fehruar) 



The Branen live in an 
apatroeni which Cone rrnt- 
ed on inipulse and «he and 
her lawyer hitshand hw to 

mc. 

Throughout the play, the 
couple suffer> hilarious 
dilemiiax including a huge 
hole in the roof and a cra/y 
neighbor named Victor. 
played by Bill Fo<iter who 
has to come through ihetr 
apaimem and climb up to 
his room m the attic to avoid 
the landlord 

The Bralters ant also vis- 
ited by a friendly telephone 
repaifinm. played by Jeff 
Wayne, and a delivery man 
played by loth Rosenihal 

The play's conclusion is 
wonderfully simplistic Paul 
and Cone realiie that ihey 
really mv in love with each 
other despite, or maybe 
because of. their differences 

"Barefoot in the Park." 
dkccied' by Todd Baltantyne 
sparkled with well timed 
humor and exuberant acting 
which were supplemented 
by excellency in production 
■Mt set desif »' 




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forinn of Happy f 'at (a pie nlice- 
eyed cat) and Sijr IHtcher Jnnen 
(a diamond-eyed Htttcn), in thia 
qffbeat comic strip. 




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*ili and Entertainment Edtor 

( ^Psycho's Saturday Nighi." tm taken to the 
airwaves oncx agam on WCBR-FM (92.7)^ 
WCBR penonality Psycho Nicely and his 
((4wm plan to invade The Nonh Branch Bar & 
Grill in Glenvicw each Saturday night fiFom 8 
p m. to niidnighi. starting Apiil 8^ 

NKcly invites listeners to allend the bnitfcasl 
■id to enjoy the food and atmospheie of Tlie 
Nnfih Branch- 

Tbe road venioa of FSN will feature tradi- 
> lacfa as "Pany In A Cao~. plus it will add 
I new things. New feaiuies that will nm dur- 
ing the shows include a video venuon of "Party In 
A Can'. WCBR music duecior/morning person- 
aiily Tominy Lee lohnstoo showcasing new 
DHtsic (taped beforehand) and WCBR promo- 
ticMS diiector Tony Molinaro doing Hve pnwio- 



tioai oo-sile. There will be cooleils and prizes 
awarded to some of die people who attend die 
broadcasts. 

"I have no idea what is going to 
happeo."Niccly said. Nicely has never taken a 
show on tbe road. He said his intentions are to 
draw Usteners to die broadcasts. One of die addi- 
tional draws will be a special returning personal- 
ity from die in-studio version of the show 

The show will run each Saturday night, but 
may be pre-empted on April 22 doe to a poasibie 
overlap in schedubng. The primary sponsor for 
die show IS the Nonh Branch Other businesses 
sponsoring die show include An Added Touch 
(Palatine) and Record Breakers (Hoffman 
Estates) 

Listeners as well as guests can count on hav- 
ing a blast The North Branch is located near die 
comer of Waukegan and Gleoview Roads in 
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'King of All 
Media' back: 
Chicago waits 
and worries 



Louro Garrison 

At; & Entertainment EOltoi 



How.iriJ Sicrn has olTicially returned to Chicago air- 
waves, jutit one more sign diat pensonality radio is on 
ihe ri.se. 
Chicago IS the diird-largest market in the United States- 
ranked hehind New York and Los Angeles However. 
Chicago IS a hard market to break into 

"Chicago is a unique market where people won't settle 
for any old diing." .said WCKG morning show producer 
Patrick Donahue 

Stem renims to Chicago after a long hianis, and he is 
back widi a vengeance. "I cant wait to kick Evergreen's ass'" 
Stem said. 

He was formerly on an Evergreen station, whom he says 
stiffed him Stern said, ■" They decided not to pay — diey 
decided lo fire me because of my problems with the FCC." 

Stem is now on WCKG (105 9). broadcasting Monday 
through Fnday mornings from 6am until whenever he 
wants to stop. 

Stem said dial the current high rated morning man 
Mancow Muller (currently on an Evergreen station) has 
stolen his personahly Muller responded hy alluding lo being 
Ihe "new shcntT in town" WRCX (103 5) program 

director Dave Richards is not worried about Stem, and diey 
do not perceive him as a threat "Big deal," Richards said, 
when questioned about the potential effect that Stem's retiun 
might have on Muller 's ratings. 

Richards feels theie has been a general shift toward per- 
sonality radio, or "stationality" as he calls it. "People won't 
love music ten years from now, but diey will still love die pa- 
sonalioes," said Richards "On WLUP(an all-talk station also 
owned by Evergreen) die music is an inteiruption. for the per- 
sonaUty to smoke or go to the bathroom." He also said that he 
doubts Muller's show will be affected by Stem's return to 
Chicago 

Many radio stations ate shifting to a higher-profile per- 
sonality format — especially in die mornings Donahue said 
talk/shock radio is what gets die ratings. Stem predicts that he 
will surpass Muller as well as Kevin Matdiews (WLUP) to 
become No 1 by Memorial Day. 

Whoever wins die spring ratings season lemains to be 
determined, but in die meantime Chicago lislenen are in for 
some excellent morning radio. 



PaitC 



Wellness Week Special 



The HarMncer 



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Nutritional Guidelines 

For optrnium health, your daiy 
caiacic intake should break down as 
follows: 



609? 
30% 
10% 



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wj Carbohydrates 



from Fats 
(preferably 
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firom Protein 






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Vegetable oils 

(unsaturated) 

Nut and seed oils 

(unsaturated) 

Animal products 

(saturated) 

Dairy products 

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Fresh fimits 
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Dried peas 
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ApproximaMy 900 pMpte •HarnM tfw HmW* Fair in 1994. Organizars are hoping (or the 
same or targar turnout in 1995. 

Photo courtesy ot Health Sofvice 

Wellness Week begins April 18 



Edttof-ln-CNef 

Total body health will be the ftxus when 
Wellness Week 1995 begins at Harper 
College April 18 
The feMiviiies begin with a 7:.10 a.m. breakfast 
on April 18. during which a presentation entitled 
"Wellness: The Integration of Mrnd-Body-Spint!" 
will be given. 

The bieakfast program will be presented by 
Elaine Sullivan, a licenced psychotherapusi and 
nationally recognized wellness speaker from 
Dallas. Tx. Pre-registration and a S^ fee is required 
10 attend (call ex. 6468 for more information). 

Roiemary Murray, director of Health Service 
and Wellness Program at Harper College, 
explained there may not be one set theme for this 
year's Wellness Week, but Sullivan's presentation 
will help lay a foundation of people should keep in 
mind when considering their own health. 

"I think its an importanl thing for people to 
teali/e that its not just the physical things you do." 
said Murray about the mind. body, and spirit pre- 



sentation. "Those things arc all a pan of wellness." 
[n 1994. approximately 1.400 people attended 
Wellness Week seminars, according to Murray. 
Each seminar attracted between 40 and 100 partic- 
ipants, and hopes are to improve upon those num- 
bers this year. Of course. Murray added, the 
amount of attendees during Wellness Week is not 
as important as the amount of useful information 
each individual lake away. 

According to Murray, the main purpose of the 
week is "attendees (are) able to bring information 
home that will effect their wellness. I would say 
the numbers aren't as important at what those 
attending get out of it ... numbers don't always 
mean success." 

Murray credits big attendance during the semi- 
nar to the fact people want to feel belter about 
thenvselves. adding that even those who only make 
their way to the week's events because they are 
told to by teachers seem to be glad they 
did. "Sometimes it takes a push to get us to go 
somewhere, but after we get there, we're glad we 
went." Murray said. 



YOUR SElf CARE PHARMACY 

How To Stock Your Medicine Cabinet 



SeV ore meant knowing when to care lor w 
ahiet* or iniurr at home and when prafesiianal 
treatment it requirrd The Mknriiig checklist 
can help you stock your medicine caMnet 
•Ml the most amnmn preparations needed 
for idf-lTeatinem.* 

D Adieaivc bandages for nanr cuts a»l 



O AntacMa far bearttiiim%idi8estion. 
O AiHibactcriad oinliiient ior miaor cats 



O AatOiiMaariaca far afleriy Mdieren. 
D lialrWairHailiiiiplii ii far fenx. 



D Bakint loda far mhes. imectbilei. 



Q Cough suppressant/expectorant far 

■naior coughs. 
D Pc c o m e a taiit for nasal congestian. 
D Hot/Cold pack far minar pain/ii«uiies. 
D Hydrocortiaone cream for mimr akin 

initalions, rashes. 
O Hydrogen peroxide (or cleaning wounds. 
O Laxatives for constipitian. 
Q Kaolin/Pectin (e.g. "iCMpecUte") far 

tkarrhea. 
O Pressure bandages (elasticixed) far 

strains and sprains. 
O Syrup of Ipecac (or accidental poiaaniig. 
D Thermometer for fever. 
O IWeeicr* ior iptnters, renvning wond 



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Warm Up 

(5 minutes) 

Stretch 

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Conditioning exercises 

(10 minutes) 

Aerobic activity 

(30 minutes— a< least 20 minutes within THR) 

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Q Flashlight and batteries 

Q Fuses for electrical system 

Q Change for emergency phone ^la 



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Q Multi-purpose pocket knife 
Q Sunscreen 

Q Bee-sting kit (if you or a companion 
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Our View 

Apathy reigns ... again 

Of 20.000 students at Harper, only 43 
chose 10 cast their voles in the recent 
ScMie elections — less than one q«iv- 
Hr of one percent turnout. 

Three weeks ago. the Harbinger published 
declarations of candidacy for the three student 
trustee candidates an well as the vice-presiden- 
tial declaration. (No declaration was suhmii- 
Hd for the Student President). 

What ««m wrong ai the halloi boxes? 
Here's what we think may have happened: 

1 ) Only 43 people read the last issue of 
dx Harbinger; 

2) More than 43 people read Harbinger last 
kaiw but only 43 read the student cleaion 
special page; 

3) Ail 20.000 Harper siudenis lead the 
issue and found the declamiaiM lackinf 
**ineaningful" content; 

4) Thousands of conscientious students 
were disappointed when they found out that 
ballot hoses were not in place at the Northeast 
Campus Center and therefore decided lo 
protest by not voting; 

\) Thousands of Harper students wcie 
^Imiited into local area hospitals — diagnosis 
unclear Confidential sources blame pre-trau- 
mauc-.«ress-elcrtion syndronw; 

6) Runuir that Harper College may kiae its 
accreditation proniplMl tixNtaods to jan park- 
iny ItJi fntr.mce*; 

..■J lasi hour rii\h coincided with 
the diring lit Harper s Upcoming Fall 
Conrses," on a cable access channel, 

8) Thousands of students believed tht-y 
were required to camp outside — in the free/ 
ing rain — in order to receive mandatory voter 
•cgtsttatian cards; 

9) Harper students really wanted to vote. 
really meant to »ole, bill they jusi didn'i have 
the time, or 

10) Harper College students just don't car* 
In keeping wiih the idea of "declarations," 
we would like to declare the whole student 
body — with the esceplion of the 43 srudents 
who did vole — apathetic 



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Has safety gone to the birds? 



KoMty 



Editoitai 
Cartoonist 



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Thing.< aren't safe anymore. 

Ciuzern are .scared daily but 
the Nauonal Guard hasn'i infil- 
trated our lown.s and our can^Mu- 
es yet There has been much di.s- 
cussion over iJie new cnme bill 
approval. We need to be much 
more aware of what goes on in 
our communities. 

After reading the new police 
bkitier ia die Hartnnger and sens- 
ing the new hostiliiies on campus. 



I feel I can expose an obvious 
connection in these crimes. 

While walking to my car, I 
happened to nodce an odd kwk- 
iag goose. They usually all look 
alike to me but diis one is unique. 

Ii had an orange beak and legs 
radier than black White coloring 
reached around its eyes instead of 
JU.SI surping the diroai area I 
looked at it with curiosity What 
made this goose appear .so differ- 
ent? Did dvis freak come from 
near a nuclear power plant? Were 
its parems a puffin/goose mix? 

I guess I may have stared too 
long, for the web-footed "friend" 
stretched its neck long, raised its 



»Vi MMSrcR rUBLIC SAFETY 

For ASSAULT 




MATlOWAUTy." 
CAKTADIAf^ 

•aliases: 





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'DARN gOOSE' QnJ 'PDOP-MACHff/E" J 



head high, stuck out its (onguc 
and gave a loud, cutting hiss, pro- 
pelling me to mn away wailing, "I 
did nothing lo you. don'i hun 
me!" 

I call it the "Evil One." I bet it 
even has dvce sixes welted in its 
webbed foot. Widi such despica- 
ble powers. I Uiought lo myself, 
"Self what could diis bird be 
capable of?" 

Then it hit me. Not die bird, 
but the idea that maybe all the 
foul-play at Harper could be 
cmised by an ACTUAL FOWL' 

Think about it The hit and 
runs: Geese. The alleged rape 
Geese. The water in die vending 
machine coin slots: Oese (I 
mean who's always in the water 
anyway) Thefts: Geese (Picking 
up grass is similar lo picking a 
pocket) Auto diefts Geese 
(Stolen cars increased in the past 
years as did die geese) Stolen ga» 
cap Goose disguised as snident 
Woman appniuched by two males 
asking strange quesuons Geese 
(There is nothing sffanger than. 
"Squawk SquawwkT') 

I believe that this is a tough 
situation Students are stuck 
between a rock and a hard place 
If nothing IS done, tJiere are many 
human victims If we fight back. 
I'm sure animal nghts aconvts 
would he another adversary If 
they were to team up. Harper mu- 
dents would surely be m trouble 

The only civil solution is j 
Hiupcr neighborhiH>d watch-type 
approach Also, think about wear- 
ing comfonahle athletic shoes. 
and plan lo do a lot of running 
This IS one bad bird, and I bet its 
got a nasty posse Arraggghhhh! 



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April 13. IMS 



Commentary 



Puge* 



Reality check in cafeteria 

Think you could walk a mile in his shoes? 



NtarUivkalo 

Gnming up in lOfier-ciiy 
Oiicifa I annim I 
hadMOlMdc 



: i« 10 i«e or do 
Bm ia aO my 29 ymn o( bv- 
■•f. wtal I WM ■bcwt lo wit- 
■CM lim-IUDd — 10 uy ibe 
IrM — awft a naad bkwcc 

k WIS my (im week tiack 
K> Khool I had a linir tinie 
beiweca claues. m> I ihcNigli 
I'd go down lo ihe buictaroaai 
ad get a hi»t lo eac 

h waaaiNMit 12 Mlpm. and 
iM Inn c l if oei ii wai busy I 
koa^ a (tioc of pirn iMd a 
pop, and wriM into the eaani 
«ea of the cafeienu lo enjoy 
■■y food I ui down, kxtkcd 
o<m to ttr laMe ia ihe «ci> 
eoHMT of Ito rooai and naw a 
*igti ttM was w tnd and ImmIi- 
enomc I iu«i could no( eai my 
nuire 

There wits » younf mm in 
a wheekhatr uiting at a laMe 
wA a tag of com chipii and a 
soda pop. He wai levcrely 

1. so icveiciy hand- 
t be conld nm it«e 



f have seen people 

treat a hurt dog better 

than they were treating 

this man. 

hm hand* to feed himself He 
manaitd to hiM open his hng 
of cwn chips md dump ihem 
aD over ihe tuble. then picked 
iqioffiiM laMe with iuft 
ft was Ihe way a dog 
would eat. bat that's m^t what 
bodiacd tne What bothered 
me wa* the fact that the whole 
hmctatiofii hill of pea^k: tlid 
■M wt 9im poor mmiI m a man. 
diey were oeaitng him bke the 
had the plagne It wa» so satl- 
deniiaf il: bnM|hl a tear lo my 
cy«. 

I have teen pcsiple imii j 
lain dog bcnrr than (twy wcrc 
treating this man 

I walked ova in his i.thle 
and nked him if he wiinicd mi- 
ID feed him hi* fotwl He siutl 
"Yes. pfeaie." A* I wa* fmSmg 
(am. we lafflied. This mm waa 
one of ifae nicest, hkmi pohie 
people I have ever met in my 



life 

The lasl fall grade of 
school I had completed hclivre 
terannni; li< college wa.s ihe 
ei:;hlli grade I had alwavs 
tlMugbl of college stutlents as 
gtiod. tuiort odulls However. 
after weing h<)w all these "col- 
lefc students'" treated this [xxir 
mm thill day in the lunchr>H>m. 
I «a>> beginning to Ihink th.ii il 
thi* IS what being a college 
student was all about. I'm not 
M> SIR I want to be a pan of it 

I would like lo challenge 
anyone who's brave enough lo 
try to he tike this man foe just 
one day Go into the lunch- 
room, order a pop and a hag of 
com chip^ and eat them with- 
out uHni; your hands <it all 
Then tx jusi how he felt with 
everybody stahng at him 

I -earn about the humilHUon 
he must have tell 

Instead of treatiiif him m if 
he had the plague, people 
should have been looking up to 
htm as a positive role model I 
know I did This man. and oth- 
ers like him. arc bigger than I 
am now. or will ever N; 



Shame and 
of America 



greed- building bloci^s 
's favorite pastime? 



Atexarvdru 



Edior 



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I Mill hate profe«iiianal 



Recently I tan acrtiu m 
artiele In the Oiiiy HetaM 
fitHn which I learned ihc 
ie<Hilt3i of the "Dear So»" let- 
ler-wniing campaign .Some of 
yo« may te m em ber my tports 
cohuna. (Would Real Fam 
rtoome Banebair Feb 9) 
aeggOnt Ron Schuekr. White 

organization's soiiciMitmi for 



"Dear S*»\." letters. 

A looiliMime 1 
banebnll fanx in TV. radio and 
newipaper commercials to 
further ihe clnht greed and self 
preservation. 

Here m* the n:»ults 

Acconiiig to a [>iuly 
Herald aiucle. of 2.000 leiiert. 
25 none* of 'loyar bascMI 
fana woe choien rn the ^idver- 
iJ'Hng campnign 'fhis is where 
things gel really disgusting 

Two of the three people in 
the Herald article woo due in 
bean wrenching tesnnMmialv 
ihai wouM make ihe coldest 
assassin cry 

The third fan won liecauiie 
he chose to latoo "While Stix." 



lOMeiid ot hi.s wife's naune. on 
hit arm. 

It's diJisapojnung lo see 
While Sox otBcials seek per- 
WHtiil and private letters fat the 
sake of hall park attendance It 
nnakcs me dunk they wimkl 
sell ihcir own mothers to 
BcclKhoh in their never end- 
ing search of the mighty gteen- 
hacL 

A« Idt the Khmuck who 
has "While Sox" taloocd on his 
arm. call up your new 'chum' 
Schueler and see if your local 
laUKS piirlor will give you a 
Iwo-fw-onc special if the bttth 
of you eel "oxe nmi>rons'" 
Maoed nn yniir rnri-hcads 



StH0- N« K> •« RRKt^ nmi%. 
#WB>W««*?<WK»W«T...? 







JORDAN: His Airness is 
not a one-man ball team 



tauinodwi 

News Editor 



g[ak| 

m 



When you play a itpon pro- 
fessionally. It takes a lot of 
iruining - lii.>urs of sweat and 
sometimes blood - everyday, 
just to keep your body quali- 
fied for Ihe rigor and strain of 
the game 

Miuy I.OU Rettcn. Peli. and 
even Houdiiii were masters nf 
their arts not because of their 
performances, but because 
they were well prepared They 
knew that preparation is 9/10 
ths of success And Michael 
Jordan is no exception 

For him to jusl pick up and 
Jump back onto the court is a 
farce. He had to have been 
training all season, and I sec 
this as one of two plots 

Father he has the Jim 
McMahon Syndrome and feels 
he's so g(xj-like thai he doesn't 
need a team, or - and this is 
what I believe - he is a cow- 
ard 

After leading the bullit lo y 
championships in a row. the 
punk thought it was loo much 
of a risk to bet they'd go 4. so 
he retired al what he assumed 



was the high poini of his 
career 

Then. Ihe hulls pull through 
the season with high prospects 
for a teturn to the champi- 
onship, and whaddayaknow, 
Mickiel Jordan rears his inflat- 
ed head in hopes of sti.ding 
Ihe team's ihuiiJer. and claim- 
ing unearned and undeserved 
glory 

Of course, if the Bulls went 
to go a 4ih without Jordan, it 
might minimalize his leg- 
endarv status, not to mention 
his liice. fai endorsement con- 
tracts 

His comeback alone proves 
he is not a team player He 
must have been training cUui- 
deslinely. watching, waiting to 
see if the Bulls were worthy of 
his pailicipation. 

Well. I'd like to enlighten 
Jordan fans lo this one small 
detail no matter how many 
records he breaks, no mailer 
bow many three-pointers he 
makes. 

The Bulls will lead Jordan 
lo victory- N(3T the other way 
around 

So just ignore how hard 
Pippen and crew had to work 
jusi to ttiecl minimum eligibili- 
ty requiremenis for Jordan to 
allow them to play wiih him 



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I was disgusted to read 
Dwaia Thomas' letter lejecnag 
fiuney in die name of some 
Md at aGndnmc puriry Whete 
don ihit gny live'' On the 



Why not name our biiild- 
mgs ID the highest bidder ' Is 
Dwaitt really afraid thai the 
hignest htdder wanki be soiik* 



body named Bobby Big Bucks 
or worse siill. .Susan 
Stinkfinger' Does he find 
llMte names repulsive? What is 
liiH. lomc new kind of ethno- 
ocnimm? Knock off the 

namism. Dwain ol' buddy 
People with name* like 
Bigbucki or Stinkfinger ougbt 
to he pitied, not cemwed. In 



fact, they ought to be praised. 
Can you imagine what it must 
be hke to go through granunar 
school with a name like that? 
These difFereni.y named people 
cotdd have had their names 
changed legally and avoided a 
lot of hassle Instead, they 
chose 10 maintain their name- 
idcMily at coa.siderable persoo- 
alcost 

Now. along comes Dwain 
Thomas lo mock and ndicale 
dicm. How insensitive can you 



get Dwaino"' How would you 
like it if someone mocked your 
name'' 

Furthermore. Harbinger 
editors, why did you print 
Dwaino's hale filled letter'' 
Don'l yiHi realize that printing 
imolerant tra.sh like that only 
leads to demands for cen.sor- 
ship from tolerant, loving, car- 
ing folks like me? Shape up. 
Harbinger, or face the conse- 
quences! 

Editors note In the United 



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thing coiled freedom of speech 
Vie may not auree with the 
ideas and/or opinions of those 
who write us letters each weet 
but we feel those who write to 
us deserve lo he heard. Thank 
\ou for your concern, hut 
please remember, the title at 
the top of the page says 
"Commentary, " not ~Onbi 
What WE Want To Print " IVe 
are nor that conceited Mr 
BntiauiH. 



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DovvPump 

Sports EcStoi 

Harper's Baseball leam is currently going 
ihrouph some growing pains in the early 
parts of this season 

Even though ihcy haven't been winning ■ lol 
of games, they have had the lead late in most hall 
games One of the rca-sons according to Coach 
Norm Garrett, is that the defense hasn't shown up 
for every inning of every game 

"We give up two earned runs (against College 
of llupage). and slill lose Uie game 5-3." said 
Garreti "Out hitung has been thete and our pitch- 
ers have been throwing the ball well, we are just 
waiting for our defense to come around," fie said 

The (cam just nctumed from ihcir spnng trip 
10 Florida, and Gairett said that il was an eventful 
trip and a good learning procevs 

"We found out what positions everyone is 
CMnforuble at and we will take it from there," he 
laid 

TTlere is a lot of iime for this team to rebouiid. 
having played only two conference games so far. 
With some help and a strong finish, this team 
could still end up winning the conference Only 
good things can be said about ttie hitting on (his 
•earn, tlie team batting average is over 300 and 
everyone seems to be seeing the Iwll well, accord- 
ing to Gairen. 

°^o far it isn't our hitting that is the proMem. 
(Brian) Bahne. (Dominic) Salvino and myself ire 
all hining tlie ball well," said outfielder Tom 
Kutzer 

Tbis team should put all or die pKces togetfi- 




TVio of this yaar's Hawk bw ball team, 

Tom Kutz«r (left) and Dominic Salvino, 

practice in ttte tutting cage*. 

Photo tjy Jim Walaltis 

er soon and if that happens they could be on a 

upswing come playoff bme. 

"This is a very capable team, and if we get on 
a roll at the right time we could be very strong at 
the end," Garrett said. 



The time has come for *Odds & Ends' 



OavaPump 
•QdOUiEncli- 



Things around ihe sports 
world have ctianged 
rapidly in the last month 
Apni could almost be charac- 
lerized as a month of odds and 
ends. Before I get started, t 
twaiH peofrie to lemind me 

never to try to 
picltthe 
NCAA tooma- 
mentever 



Create A Winning 
Camhination- 

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• Who does this Michael 
Jordan guy thinlt he is. retiring 
from basketball to play base- 
liall Only to retire from ba.se- 
hafl to play ba.ske(ball again; 
piea.se make up your mind. 

• Mega kudos to basetnll 
for not putting an end to Cal 
Ripken's streak of consecutive 
games played 

• Soiry to sec you go Bo. 
but it's only fitting after Nike 
dn)p{>ed you as a sponsor 



• Welcome back good old 
•18 totiie Sudlum I mean 
United Center To bad it put an 
end to Jeremy Roenick's .sea- 
son 

No matter what is said from 
here on out. so far April has 
been one of llie most ioteiesl- 
■ag moDths in the sports scene 
in a very long while. The only 
thing that could pos.sibly lop 
this month would be Secretarial 
coming back from the dead and 
winning tlic Kentucky Derby. 



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o^Bonom row, from left to right: Qragg N«MW. G«i« 
Craig rswwigiil Top row. tram Ml 10 rlgM: Tom KmcD. Ron 
Jtmnm mm . Jim vWaWtt photo 

Tennis team starts strong 



OovM^imp 

Thii. jeiifi Hawk Tennis 
team is cummdy t>- 1 and 
IS on the wiy 10 hiiving 

ow of die bM ncordi m sdwol 
liiMary - with die help trf gnat 

The a)MrtbMkm» have been 
ctmiiBg from every iiihleie ao 
Uie lesm. letl by Kevin Howani 
No. I MOflcK. Gtef g Natter No. 

2 %m0t» aad by Ike No. 1 4im- 
ble» mm or 'Namcr md Cmig 
Fomfiil. 



Tile lop WW smgle^t phiyt-pi are 
a coinbiaeii ISO this yrar 
Ho»»rd 8^0. N^j^ser 7..0 
Hmnard ha,s a gixxl chain. c of 
milking MionaJs after dcfeming 
bsl ycari regional winner. 

"Howani and Nasser tould 
be the best one- two combo in 
tie Mne," liiMl King. "And the 
doubles (eam <-i ^ .nd 

Ferengul have iki 

King said (lui be believes 
ibai ihn could be one of the best 
learns tie hm ever couched here 
al Kaiper. "Our only loss of ihe 
year lia.s been against a four- 



year college, "he said 

This up coming weekend. 
will he a pivotal one. for the 
Hawk", when they take on of the 
strongest teams in the region. 

"Our toughest meet of the 
year is coming up this weekend 
(against College of Dupage). 
We will know where we stand 
after that.". King said 

The Hawks could stay unde- 
feated against junior colleges if 
they win against Dupage. 

With » wm. that would put 
them one more step closer to 
their goal of nationals. 



Pro bowling to 
strike Harper 

The Williain Rainey Harper College Athletic Cenit-i 
has been telecled as the venue for the nationally tele 
vised arena howlinj; finals of the S.^OO.lKKi 
Brunswick World Toumamenl of Champions w hich will K 
broadcast live on April ::. on ABC-TV bcpinnm}; al 2 pm 
"This tournament is .i showcase evetil. limned only to tli< 
l*ro Bowlers Association and international champions, and 
as such deserves a showcase finals." s.iui Adnan .Sakowic/ j 
Brunswick Corporation's director of public rcl.iiions and 
tournament chairman 

As bowling's nxwt prestigious event, it draws significani 
iniciest from all over the world And by using portable lam's 
in Harper's gymnasium in Building M. More people di.in 
usual will have the chance to witness the spectacle in person 
"The H.irper venue will accommodate over :.00() spec 
talors and allow us to sh.ire this exciting live event with an 
even prcalcr number of bowling fans." .Salomes said 

This will he die I'lrsi time in over .*0 years that al 
Chicagoland bowHng tournament will be held outside a 
bowling center 

The tournament will hrgin on Apnl 16 wiiti internation- 
al qualifying at Brunswick Deer Park Lanes in liikf Zunch 
Five inicraalional players will join 5<) PBA champions to 
complete the field of 6-1 players thai will compete for the 
renowned Tournament of Champions title 

Regular toumamenl compeiition will begin at the 
Brunswick Deer Park Ijincs at II am April 1** After 4S 
games of qualifying and match play, the top five players will 
advance to the nationally televised finals at Harper The wm 
ner of the 1 995 Brunswick W«ld Tournament of Champions 
will receive $60,000 and a Baylincr •'Capri" Bmnswick 
anniversary edition boat 

The toumamenl will aNo include a new event — The | 
Rcichen Cup — pitting a team of international plavers 
aj;.iinsi a l^ S team comprised of PBA champions m indi- 
vidual, doubles and team events The Reichert Cup compe- 
tition will be held from 1-4 pm on April 17 at Branswick 
Deer Park Uines Admission is free 

Tickets for the arena finals are $5 for Harper students 
and $1.1 for the public, and are available through the Harper 
box office in person or by calling (708) 925-6100 or die 
Brunswick Deer Park l.ancs at (708) 4.^8-.S5S5 IXmrs will 
open al 1 1 .^0 a m for a pre-show entertainment program 
that will include howling trick shots and Brunswick product 
giveaways Seating is required by I p m. 




April 14 

BB- vv 

Kishw'aukee 



Apiil IS 



AimU 18 



BBsBaiKbailSB-SofUMH TEs Tennis TF^ Track A Reld 
April 20 April 2! April 22 April 23 April 24 



SB- ¥» 

McHenry ai 

Crymal 

Lake. 3:30 

pni 

TE»i. 

Odtumal 

borne. 3 

pm. 

TF- 

Caniaat 

CiMsic 

(women) in 

Nipcrville. 

2 p.m 



BB- n. BB- vs. 

Rod(>Wley Jotidai 

ai home. 2 

Rockftml pm. 

"Kwa SB- 'VS. 

SB-n M«i* 

Rock \%flcy Mm. 3 



BB- vt. 
Oakwnai 
home. 2 
pm 



■on* TE- w 

TB- *•. Colkfe of 

Colle|0 of narigif 

Oul>iwei» Olraiinytt. 

GleaEHyn. llOpm 
T a.iii 
TF- • 



BB- vt. 

Triitnonin 

Oucago, 2 

pm. 

"IE- vs. 

ntinois 

^teyai 

home. 2 30 

pm 

TF- 

WhiirwaKr 

Invite in 

Whilrwaier. 

Wl. 2pm 



inMi. m 
KciMiistMi 
Wl. 10 am. 



BB- vt 
IViionat 
home, noon 

SB v» 

Triton in 

River 

Grove, 

noaa 

TE- Hmper 

Quad at 

home. 9 

a.111. 

WTiiirwaier 
Invite in 
Wiiewaier. 
Wi g am. 



BB- vs. 
Morton at 
home. I 
p.m. 



TE- vs 
Wisconsin- 
Whitewater 
in 

Whitewater. 
Wl. 3 pm 



April 25 

BB- vs. 
Illinois 
Valley at 
home. 2 
p.m. 
SB- vs. 
IlUnoii 
Valley in 
Oglesby. 3 
p.m. 



April 26 

TE- vs. 

College of 
Lake City 

al home. 3 
p.m 



April 27 

BB- vs 
Lake 
County in 
Grayesiake. 

2 p m. 
SB- vs. 
Oaktonin 
DcsPlaines. 

3 p.m 



The Harbinger 



April 27. 1995 
•lufti* XXVH Mo. XII 




Our View 



In liiM of the OIMM)m City. 
w«>r»i tentKiM 
ki llie tuaory of the Uaieit 



our view ef iMw ll 

I M OBMt WVm On 



12 



Beatlemania 

Tte Hm^'MNHNMiiiy ww 
iiMHd 10 a ipcctal eveniiif Apnl 
l««ini"l«M TTicTribuie* 

pwlonned m ilw 
theater Find mil ; 

w AAE on puc' 9. 



Tuition increases 



t^mni the Aivtl 151 

Tnniecs. nxscti^f m HaiiMr 
CoNcfc. a luMiM iacmiMe fur fall' 
credit claMM «« apfivvvd. Ftnd 
out what Ike emt itmmm will he 
lot )mi on pi§i 3«' 



A what? Where? 



m^ have heatd 



lilt the 
mmm leccMly. Cm t 
imo how It wa« done ci 
and 9 ihtx weelt. 



Teacher/student relationships 

Where should the lines be drawn? 



mC0 WHOI 

It ii imc to Haipn 
CoHcfc to coaaider « ao- 
daiiili policy beiweea in 

DrBoM 
presideaisf 
Mid the BoanI of Trustees' 

tnnal poHcy mamial d«xs 

(dK 
!ofiaiwaiiiii(liai>iai 




emptoynwm— or for acade- 
mic and profiBnioiiai deci- 
sions. 

However, it should be 
noted fraternization is not ■ 
Kxoal or criminal offense 
ftiWic Safety Supervisor 
Kevin King said he hat no 
knowledge of any com* 
plaints fibd lor sin|>ly frat- 
emiziag. 

The question, dien. 
becooes this Is dating an 
innnictor or student a viola- 
lioa of Harper's .lexual 
hanNoeni policy' Henry 
nid each situation must be 
looked at differently 



The professor/student rela- 
tionship is sacred and should ^ 
not be clouded. y 

Mary Jo Willis 



"It depends on if there is 
■ violation of moral, legal. 
and ethical rights involved.'* 
she said. 

Ethically, an instructor 
should not dale a student 
while he or she is in the 
instructor's class Henry 
said '"Such behavior is 
unwise." The grading 




during a Student < 
T#fil EIHs, righl. 



Jim Wotoitis photo 



Student government sees change 



I WW Kwcfjt bgr iie m 



TT- 

I— i Hill < 

M. M.-tmiR of chante' ia' 
A(nl WcU mayhe not— deli- 
niiely mdiing hkc Newt'i 

AaMtetT-'aMaiaitXanaiM 

WMKISMkM.** 

The SmalMt Senas dtc- 
ian. in wMch only 4.) sudenti 
voMt leveaJ die f(>Uow»ig 

'nrsuks— Sidai RmImi was 
voted lenMc uiihliBi for die 



and 34 votes, mpeoiwiy. 

Due to a low voter I . 

t's porwiWe the aewly elected 

officers woo'i haw at nnidi of 

at incy had pnvi- 



'1 tank It «ink.s becauae 
toch a lew Duniiiei of students 

voted.* Soinie said lily 

positioa a 

won't be m 

thesMtann 

ka- 

bi pM n leannd to die 



ior 

hy die new c li c' i ocs . 

Mansd said '1 leel die 
Hartanger shouM make dw 
: Senate RSpaotiUe for 
what they do. 
If we're not 
doing our job 
diey should 
print it." 

Pou Isen 
said he plans to 



H 

MoralM 




year. 
Vldur MonJes 






Solarie 



i 



I. Soiane .nid 

bcrmwi soal it to bridge Ok 
gap between sMdemt wd the 
Boant of TlfanBet. 

'1 tel dM not only do die 
MMkaB Dot blow what die 
Boaid of Thisieet do, I fed 
ddakd* board it 



vieto- Potdian 

Toei B iBi aw a ad David I. 
teidi. »Dlliaaalk*aw mtd 
voan can at 19. 15 .lad 7. for 



"We siaoald haw jaw 



(Mat « tchooi at dK Board of 
Maraoi wows «) mke die 




poniiMe to Hanw mdean. At 



improve 
municition 
between die Student Senate 
and Haiper snidemt and focul- 
ly. 

Tm gadieriag ideat at to 
what needs to he done." 
Pouhensaid. 

As to his post-election 
leacdon. he said 'Its great diat 
I won. bia now everything is 
Maidng to set in. dieic's a lot 
of work to be done and dial's 
fannging it down a hnk." 

hlondes said he beheves 
the oonect ooiaie of action is 
to go dhecdy » die saaleMt— 

tae MCnON on page 3 



process should be fair, she 
explained, and it may be 
hard to be objective while in 
a relationship. 

Objectivity is somediing 
an insiruaor cannot kite 
sight of. something Ftank 
Oliver. Sociology Professor 
knows first hand. 

see DATING cx) page 2 

Bowling 
event a 
success 

Jul* nwrnpaon 

Staff Writer 



Harper Col lege s 
gymnasium was 
transformed into a 
four lane bowling center in 
only three days 

For the first time in thir- 
ty years, the Brunswick 
Toumamcnl of Champions 
was held outside of a bowl- 
ing center 

Mote Uian 2.400 bowl- 
ing fans came from across 
die nation to Harper College 
last Saturday to take part in 
what is considered to be die 
"World Series of BowUng." 
Fam began lining up at 
10 am. to insure dieir front 
row seau So many ^t 
came, duu some were turned 
away. 

The five contenders 
stood to win a total parse of 
over SI 50.000. As well at 
paying the winner S60.000. 
Brunswick pledged $15 per 
pin to the Chicago 
Metropolitan YMCA They 
also donated SIO.OOO to die 
victims of die Oklahoma 
bombing. 

The tournament was 
televised live on ABC. 
Johnny Campo, national 
tour director for Brunswick 
gave direcbons to die audi- 
ence on how to respond 
when ttie television cameras 
came on. 

The gymnasium shook 

i0eBCmJNGonpage9 



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Tbc H«|Mr Lcaratng 
RcMNHic* Ceowr will 
ckatc ow «<ek early. 
M M^ 12, Mt Matiier dac 

Co iOMCIttCtlOfl 

The library will he ciOMd 
diihag exain week and tmtf 
linuicd refcrtocc malensli 
will be mwli BvailiMi daiiaif 
ilM last wmI of ciaiim. 
Owiag Ike mniiwr. ihc 



library 't temporary home will 
lie in (he old bookiiore, nxMn 
A2H. Available aervicet dur- 
ing the lumincr will inclwle: 

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> Online catalog and CD- 



Rom oetwork 
* Cor icftfcfnce and pert- 

odical csoHectian 

ReMMTM ccMer ollicialt 
aiii pairotH to note (here wilt 
ht no circulating prim collec - 
li4M during the summer 

The entire center will re- 
often in the fall tcmester on 
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DATING: Opinions on campus differ 
concerning faculty/student relationships 



ItompOQv ' 
Ill«n>7}.lie4 




lelaMMHbip It .lacnd and 

f^m^ aot' be doiMletf.'* 



aide ai Harper, ^md thcie <s 
■0 need for a (nicndzaiion 

policy at Haiper became 






and able to icpante their 
ciMnxMn and social rda> 



M Ike tfbjeci.. 
'Vffe akoeld etii be 



However apoica 
ktoyloWilla 
"tke pwiwiwi^wiiint 



rif'ikeyireinihe 

mii ^nag Rogers, who hai 

bMtt amMing Haiper' for 
lam yean. "H't ja«i not 



The faci dM Harper taai 
no 'f^Moaizaiioe poKcy w 
not em of Ike ordiaary. 

Otter coOeges in dw 
aiee— laclndiag OalcHMi 
CMnmuiuty College and 
000 CommuDit) 
College — lack policies 
wMcb direcf ly addrea* 
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April 27, IMS 



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Page3 



Board of Trustees approves Fall 1995 tuition increase 



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A S3 tcneral luidoo and a 

OK doflar per-credii how lech- 
aotofar Ik. aincd m ipndhig 
Haipcr'f Inwgraiioa into die 
WMd at CyhertfNcc. was 
IMsicd •« well. 

M e il Kfi of dw Boaid of 
TniMct said tuition inataies 
amount lo ^iproxinuiely S50 
more per ntudeM per year 

Scte i\wt«aSiuilen .Senate 
president elect, wud Ik wasn't 
Mie if die incicaaw was necc)>- 
lary 'I wnaid pnitnbly he 



a^aM another increase unles.s 
dwre i% an acnial need that can 
he proven subttantially." he 
laid. 

Marisol Solane. student 
mitlee elect, md "I personally 
dunk dial die technology fee 
was definitely needed I'm not 
»uft aiHml dK sliKient activity 
fee becauM: I wasn't the tmstee 
at die time and I wasn't able to 
research it '" 

Victc«r Mondesi, vice-presi- 
dent elect, believes the increase 



is warranted. "1 think it's very 
important for Harper to be 
equal to other colleges in the 
area of technology as we head 
toward the 21st century," 
Morales said 

Student Senate President 
Terri Ellis agrees with the 
tuition inciea.ses — aldiough she 
does offer some skepticism. 
Ellis said, "Providing Harper 
studenu hold Harper officials 
accountable for the money, it's 
a good thing" 



ELECTION: Focus is important 



itampagsl 

10 bener laMlnMMd dMv afMK 

moMtcm — and: make the 
SMrnt Scoair laay Ibaaed ind 
cfRcicft. He said lie waMt w fo 
10 sBideM* aid aili •■« i|ues- 



tlne of my goals t« M> 'let sin> 
dents know what die Sindem 
Senate does and ictpoad W their 
needs, n't very iaipMMBt.~ 
Moalea said. 

Morales atao said dwrc 
apfnas k> he a kiw number of 
maofity fiKuhy m powerful dcci- 
M» oiriung pONhoos al Haiper. 
He saMl he hopo his admimsaa- 
noa Will be able id bnng lo 
Haiper ptcfenois of dilfcieM cul- 
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Theft becoming 
campus problem 






TiMn have hten 25 
diefts on camfMis 
iavolvinf vehicle 
MMi penonal properly 
•ccording to Hwper 
Coileie* PuMk Safety 
Oepanncw— ■ louil of 9S 

Inefts wttt t B|KW lB li M 1994 

■I Haipef. 






■n ■«««■ am 



King said. Theft is a 
h«d cnme to M>lve because 
Iherr «e umially no wii- 
■eases and Uttte evidence 
mmUbk. Somciimet we 
|Ct lucky a«t |et a lead, bui 
iKMiy no inffMnMian is 
avadahlc." 

King'i safely tip ii to 
kxk viihaafNcs in your mink 
when noaiibie and nut ii> 



ban ai too mali die iiirinit 
of 1993 

'Paikcd in tltt' fini ID* of ' 
kx IZ thieves lanmcked 
her car in a mMier of itc- 



ai S i 3.000— petpetrMooi 

brato te lock ou' die car 
inaadabuKfiafMio 
■one her uereo 
h h a| >p t ne«l in brand 



The thieve* arc Mill on 



Ma. FamcfK 
car waa hxkad. iliis and 
oilier caaes of campus dwfl 
B indtenB w of a lenous 
■tad fcr ■•— 10 pay more 
mi be aware of 
tapcciaily 



call' or 



Kevin Kia$. 
of pnbiicaalbiy. imd *1Mom 

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Hirpcr College will 
host the "Taking Care 
of Yourself Seminar." 
TucMlay. May 2. between 
645 - 7 30 am nd 12 - I 
pm 

The Mminar curriculum 
mcludes inughtfu! heallli-on- 
enied inforaiatioa 

High Blood 
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your btood pressure is an even 
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your risk of bean anack and 
stroke. 

Harper College will host 
"Blood Pressure Awareness." 
on May 9. in the cafeteria 
between II a.m. - 1 p.m. 

A Mood pmouie Scieening 
«■ iho lake phcc Wednesday. 
May 10 in the cafeteria 
between II a.m -1 pm. 

Following will be a 
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between the hours of l:JO -2 
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are hoping and waiting for 
their chance at life Some are 
waiting for life through an 
organ (ransplani: others wait 
for donated tissues to restore 
vision, repair damaged hearts, 
and heal shattered limbs 

For further information 
contact Health Services at ex. 
6268 or 6849. 

Nursing 
Information 

Each month Harper 
College offers information 
sessions for individuals 
interested in the RN or LPN 
programs and for LPNs inter- 
ested in the completion pro- 
gram 10 prepare for RN 
licensure. 

The information sessions 
are held on the third 
Wednesday of each month at 
1:30 p.m. in Building E. 
Room 106 at the Paktine 
campus. 1200 W. Algonquin 
Rt«d. The next session date 
is Wednesday. May 17. 

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The HarMncer 



Protesters halt production of student newspaper 



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The buemem of DcimuiI'i 
UmvenMT Hall — borne of the 
■cbool's Mudenl oewipapcf— 
was buzzint as iimuI this week 
Siudenti were iMddkd araoad the 
newspaper's coaptMsfi. coapannc 
no«e$ aad debaiHit *** >■■*■( i**"** "* 
die day 

Btil unHke the student reponen w-tio 
usually occupy the Depaulia offices, 
these Mudenis werea't askiag ques- 
lioiw— diey were making demands. 

On April 5. about X) angry African 
American students in«ched into the 
weekly newspaper's offices, halted woffc 
on the cuncm is.sue and let up caop in 
promt of news coverage they say is 
demeaning lo black studeMt. 

"We'll be here as kMt at ii takes." 
■M Dion Willians. one of the stadeat 
pwil es w w . "We're not willing to back 
dmm on soaething that iMedt lo be cor- 
lected." 

After die Depaulia mined an iime oa 
Friday. April 7. the Depaulia siafl and 
school adminislralion issued a statement 
to the university's students saying pubh- 
cation of the 8.()()(>-aiv-ulation weekly 
would be suspended unul the matter was 
re.solved The paper has remained unpub- 
bshed since the March }l issue 

After negotiaung with students for 



^ Letting people shut 
down jronr newspaper 
should be a Mack eye 
for any university, y 

Mike Hiestand 



an a week, in which ttw adminis- 
tratioo was criticized by both DePaul fac- 
ulty and the local media for halting the 
paper's publication, university President 
Rev John Minogue offered concessions 
to the student protesters and ahemative 
space to the Depaulia staff 

Minogue's oilier included providing 
•Hon far die protesters during the sit-in. 
hiring a black joumaitst to work with die 
p^ier's staff and allowing the protesters 
» coMribMe MDcie* and editonals to the 
next iuae. Minogue leiiised to fire diree 
Oepauiia staff meaben. at the praieaen 
tequesMd. 

"Sufficiem progiess has been made lo 
move discussions lo another level dial 
will pranoK die free exchange of ideas 
and enable oa students lo return to the 
classroooi." said Minogue in a prepared 
statement "I do not believe diat further 
discussions in die contest of a continued 
sit-in will foster the ftindamenlal purpos- 
es for which our universiiy aists." 

The Sit-in stems frcxn a Feb 17 article 



about a disnirbance at a dance spontoied 
by Housecall. a black snidem group. 
Black students opposed die newspaper's 
use of die initials "M-B" and "F-B" 
when referring to male or fiemale blacks 
in die story. The initials, said Depaulia 
reporterv were taken from Chicago 
poHoe and DePaul security reports. The 
article also slated that Hou<iecall refused 
to comment on die incident. 

Zack Martin, editor in chief of die 
"Depaulia." said his staff made every 
effort to cover the original dance as fair- 
ly as diey could. He said he felt diat an 
editorial on die matter, not a ftxmt-page 
apology, was in order "Staff editorials 
belong in die editorial section." Martin 
told the Depaulia on March 3. 

Angry over the absence of tfie apolo- 
gy, numerous Mack snidents destroyed 
several diousaid copies of die Feb. 24 
issue. 

Mike HieMBd. staff attorney for die 
Student Press Law Center, an advocacy 
group for student journalists, says tiiat the 
dieft or destroying of newspapers by 
diose who disagree widi its contents has 
became a somewhat popular phenome- 
non on campus. 

"Somewhere down die Hne, students are 
missing out on the importance of freedom 
of speech Stealing or destroying newspa- 
pers is hardly die way to get your mes- 
sage out." says Hiestand "The school is 



sending out die message that diey're 
unwilling to go lo bat for the paper or for 
free speech, which is essential to die 
integrity of a university. Letting people 
shut down your newspaper should be a 
black eye for any university." 

Approximately 17,000 students are 
enrolled at DePaul. 1.700 of which are 
black. The Depaulia staff is made up of 
33 students, with two black students, two 
hispanic students and two Asian- 
American students participating. 




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Yom want bowling hues built where?!?!? 



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In jusi slightly mofc than 4% houn, nine men constnicted four profes- 
sional-4)uality bowling lanes in llie Haqier College gymnasium in 
preparation for a nationally televised event 

How did they do that, you aik^ 

Officials from Brunswick — the company that owns the ponaMe lanes 
and IS also the ho« of the "Brunswick Toumomcm of Champions" — said 
they were looking for an arena-facility for an event considered to be "The 
World Series of Bowling" by pattktpants and fans alike. 

There were four or Rve possible suburban Chicago sights in the run- 
mag to hon the event. Ron Greenberg, facilities manager at Harper 
Ciollege, laid the sights were judged in five categories to determine wheir 
Hk tomvmutM would be held. 

The wiling had to be large enough to construct four bowling lanes. 
piKc miles of electrical wiring and the ABC Television network cam 
oa/sound equipment it was connected to as welt as hold dtousands of fans 

Also, the .<<ctting had to have bay doors large enough to gel all neces- 
sary equipment in for the event Funhcr. the fltxir of the arena I ) had 
to be flat enough to construa the bowling lanes on and 2) Had 
to be solid enough to hold the weight of the e*|uipfnent. 

Laat but not least, the location where the lowna- 
meiH was to be held had to be available for a 
five-days while construction, lighting and 
television ciews worked their magic of 

putting together then tearing apan every- S ^^ 

thing they needed. ^^ ^^^"^ 

Luckily for the Palatine community. ^^^^ ■Hi 
Harper had everything Brunswick could ^^ 
aik fw 

On Wednesday. April 19. nine 
Brunswick employees began recon- 
fttuaing the four specially-designed 
bowling lams which had been uaed 
only twice before. Eight-foot long 
pieces of wood were brought into | 
Harper's gymnasium by fbrklift and i: 
lined i^. then gently tweaked, pushed. 
and pulled into perfect position by hand 

T^iuisday morning was spent adjusting 
the anes to make sure each was perfectly level 

and iin%hi. and pmvmimg bdl letum and pin-setters for use. At the same time, lighting 
ciews hirad bjf AlC-TV wcic setting up 70 lamps— each mca.suring 1.000 walls of 
poww— lo bring Ufiiinf on the lanes to national-television quality. 









Photos 

by Jim 

Walaitis 




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SETUP: No ordinary event 



trompagoS 

Thursday aAemoon. the Bnuiswick con- 
atniction team's anention shifted to the "cos- 
metic" details. Gunen were placed along the 
lanes, hall fdums weic put in place, and the 
stage on whicli the bowlen would be sealed 
was built. 

All along, it was obvious this wa.s no ordi- 
nary event, but by Thursday evening, the star- 
tag and gawking of pa.ssers-by could not be 
ignored. A once-io-a-lifetiine event was about 
to take place on the Harper College campus. 

By Friday afternoon. Harper's gymnasium 
was headed into the home stretch of its trans- 
formation Television cameras were being 
laouiMcid in place, over-sized viewing screeas 
were being tested so the crowd would be able 
to see everything the home viewers did. and 
the lanes were being "tested" by some lucky 
members of the media. 

Even when compared to the time a house 
was constructed or another when a gigantic 
video arcade was assembled. Greenberg said 
the bowling event was the biggest production 



he'd ever seen in Harper's gymnasium. 

"Thci* arc some close runners-up. but this 
was probably the biggest event." Greenberg 
said. 

He added the college is expected to come 
out ahead financially once the totals are in for 
hosting the event, but the most important thing 
is the attention a nationally-televised event 
brought the school is more important. 

"Even more important than the monetary 
benefit the exposure (of Harper) to the com- 
munity and the media." Greenbeig said. 

The facilities manager said everyone 
involved in the show was happy with the 
results. Unfortunately, though, the people 
Brunswick people will have to decide whether 
or not to return the toumameni to Harper in the 
future. According to Greenbeig. it is yet to be 
decided if the Harper gym's 3.000 fan capaci- 
ty is going to be enough in the future. Of 
course. Greenberg has his own ideas ... 

"If they're happy with the type of atten- 
dance, we'd be happy to have them here 
(again)," Greenberg said. 






BOWLING: Participants 
enjoy television, crowd 



trompage I 

due to tienwndow audi- 



"A* a bowicr 1 ihnve 
m. crowd leaction." said 
the winner of the toumii- 
mral Mike Aulby Not 
wrpnied by his win, 
Aulby mkL 1 knew the 
world title would be 
niine I knew iheie were 
many people in liie Cf crwd 
pulling (or me." 

Pat Healy. the 
youngest bowler— the 
only anMew ta the iour- 
naraeai laid. "1 wiih all 



tKmkng evems were held 
ike this. It was w imenw, 
Hovedit." 

The loumameM wm 
the first time Healy 
bowled in Iront of lelevi- 
sion camtrm.. "The cam- 
era* midc me a little ner- 
vous and It was hard to 
relax, " Healy uid. 

Defeated in the fim 
mid). Parker Bohm Di 
sai<i."Bowting u Harper 
was great li was elecmc- 
ity'" 

The eiccviciiy chan- 
neled its way oMo (he 
lanes as the bowlers 



threw strike after strike 
Bob Spaulding. who lost 
to Mike Autby in ihe final 
match said. "The new 
lanes added to the pin 
carry causing higher 
scenes. There h no wear 
and tear to deal with » on 
the older lanes in the 
bowling alky" 

Dennis Horan, who 
fim'ihed in foonh place, 
had picvious experience 
bowling in an arena "1 
want ail the bowling 
events lo be held this way 
in die finure." He said 
"It's very exciling.'* 




•runawick ToumomwH o( Champion winner MHc* Aulby r«aci* oftw a 
Nwow in th« Haip«r CoMg* gymnasium April 2 1 . Jessca Owens photo 



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Styi "A pm of me wiU 

alwtys he ihere." Young said 

Of a posutible Slyi Runkm. 

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diey fot back logeliieT. any- 
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my hean thai (hoc wiil be a 
Siy» reunion before ifae end of 
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Tommy Boy (Cfani Pmlcf) is a 
moniiiic. ai-fiMed man who indMea Gk» 
cottete after aeven yeaR and workx far Us 
fillier'i (David Bmney) oooipany— one 
ofte lariiBst aMo pam stoR» in (he couo- 
ii> The co-stac David Spade, poreays 
Ridianl Haian. a tareaoicco-wartEer. 

Hatoo feeb Tommy a a matoo aod is 
coovinced he an'l sell aoydang. which is 
laiiManle feecauae Tommy is heir to hit 
tetar's company's fonuoes. Rob Lowe 
poimys a ooovkt who's ininested in leN- 
ing ail Callahan't investinems to the Ugh- 
es( bidder, in die movie, that bidder is 
played by Dan Akroyd. who portrays the 
owner of Zdiaskis Aido Pans, one c# 
CaUahon's liisest compeliton. 

This movie was good for lauiiK. tM 
Mt midi moR Spade and Farley are a 
Amy duo, but provide liRk substance » 
(faisproducdoa The pkx was aveiaee aod 
te aciiog was OK. but nodiing deserving 
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Why put m for someone else's swordfish 
if ail you got was soup? 

A Set aside money for emergencies. 

Unless youd rather call your parents 
for tt instead. 

/a Keep your eye on your wallet. 

Have a Otibank Classic card m case you 
lose It. The Lost Wallet Service can get you 
enrtergency cash.* a new card, usually within 
24 hours, and help replacing vital documents. 




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*1964' performs to sellout crowd here April 19 

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liDieellieBailcg.'' 
"n« ilww «ai iRM ... really 
cool.- Mid ioiilHaoR Sal OifiM 
•Aer dM pt(«anBiace. -nime 
|»ys Me in die li^ hiiirii 
Tht} look bke die Bcmk* and 
•and lifce die BcMies.'' 

Sob bM. Khe «6-y«ar-«U 
Baay Jobm and her mn Mike. 



SUMMER 
WORK 



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drove daee hours juit to lee die 
t964d»watHaqKr. 

It was well wonh ii lo see 
dleae guys." said Mike Jone& who 
wcM on 10 admit he has seen bodi 
Ftaul McCaniiey and Ritigo Sixt 
pakxm m oonoen in die posL but 
would rtO |)ic«er die hxA-alikes 
today. 

"Tlry're all great, but if you 
warn 10 hear Beades muiic . 
dNW guys pUy die older music 
pioUNy bener dian die (real) 



Beades could." Mike Jones laid. 
T dank Id radcr see 1964 dm 
any odw gioup.~ 

Members of 1964 said diey 
enjoyed die energy level in 
Harper's BuUing 1. and would be 
glad 10 tetuni if ever asked. 

"As soon as you ask us. we'll 
come back." said Mark Benson — 
better known as Ringo to 1964 
teis — in an audientic-aaunding 
English acoeiM. It was great fin 
here." 



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Our View 

Extremists threaten our 
national sovereignty 

The OkiaiioaM City bombing rxempli- 
ries one of the major problems in the 
Untied Stales of America 

II i* absurd and ridiculous for the many 
fringe military organizations which have sur- 
faced in the wake of Waco lo use the "They 
can't take my (illegal) guns away, but if they 
do come to my house to arrest me for commil- 
liagacrime. I'll kill them because it's my 
CDMlitvtional right" excuse 

Pir«. let's examine Waco. Federal ATF 
■goMs legally went to Koreah's camp to serve 
•B arrest warrant for federal gun vioiaiioas— 
resulting in the kUlmg of foor federal agents 

The nightHMrtall apeciiypae— their own 
suicide — killed scores of children Hence, we 
have 'The Barney Fifes" of the world— peo- 
ple who think of Koraalt m Ovist and consid- 
er him and his folkweTB as martyrs 

Recent speculation at to the motive behind 
the Federal building bombing points to 
extremists, righi-wmg zciilot* who committed 
the most horrific crime tm*ginabie to avenge 
Koresh's death. 

Elsewhrre. we find strong support for their 
actions. We see and hear of extremist leaders 
who say things like "there is a great anti-gov- 
ernment anger within the American public." 
and because of thi> "great aager" ii\ okjv m 
plant a boinb h.ghi next to ■ unciy-day care 
center of a Federal buikiing. 

Do they really deserv e the cmraipassion and 
understanding of our justice system in tight of 
what they have done— simply b«ause they 
are American nationals and therefore prtJiect- 
ed under out ciwstituiion ? Does not one for- 
feit any and all cxpectaliiNis of being treated 
as a human being aHer making choices which 
result in death for hundreds of God-fearing 
people? 

To the powera liwi be. we ask this: Please 
make the punishment for those involved in the 
Oklahoma City terrorist attack equal to the 
crime We don't want to live through this 
again. 



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Commentary 




The Hirtitofer 



Why close the library now? 



lOVMMM 



Recently, on one of my 
daily trips to Harper's 
libriry. my eye* gazed in 
aMoashraem as I discovend 
•The lesBing resource center 
wil te doaed at of May 12 " 

As I made my way to a "sen- 
oiis sMdent" cubicle I poodeied 
where 1 woukJ toil over my 
immineM deadlines and cram for 
my final exams Even now I 
ihudder m the thought 

Why. i asked myself, will 
they do this to me then? I uoder- 
nad die need to have the maieri- 
ab leady for the begiiimng of the 
ninaner semester, However, gen- 
ei^y speaking, students have 
com^dmbiy more work at die 
cad of (he semesler 

Even for the students who do 
OM frequent the btirary lo quite 



As I made my way to a 'serious student' 

cubicle I pondered where I would toil over 

my imminent deadlines and cram for my 

final exams. 



the extent of myself, surely many 
of them would have spent tome 
extra ume there for die last week 
of the semester 

This is to say nothing of die 
heart-felt pity 1 have for the sm- 
dent who realizes, widi the clock 
rapidly ticking, dial diey need 
biUiogr^ihy information for a 
■\wjik diey ated" Or maybe diat 
one extra quote to really capoirc 
dK bean of dicir professor. 

Worse yet dial snideni coukl 
be. like myself, "cariess" and 
dierefote lack access to odier 
resource centers Urae to panic! 

Wouk) It not have been passi- 



ble to have had limiled hours for 
finals week, keeping io mind 
emergencies do occur? Even if 
diis wa-s at die cost of bmited 
hours for die first week of die 
summer semester — a time when, 
chances aie. less emergencies are 
likely to occur. 

In die mean time students, 
my only suggestJon is to get your 
research done before die May 1 1 
deadline, by which, dial's ri^t. 
all materials must be remmed by. 

Hopefiilly. after dist. we'll 
find cozy unoccupied comers io 
which to snuggle up to our eco- 
nomics notes. 



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Jessica Owens, HoUy Rushakoff 

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HiMMUai 



Commentary 



PageU 



The cluklrcn imd liH I 
dw tick, the nec<iy nd ifae 
iMaifccafiiied wc all urfctt 
of Ac Mw fedml levohiuon 

r ia te MBK of 




Letters 



TaThe 



Tlie 104* ( 
toniMy wrong in equaling refor- 
I with ot>bteraliof>— m 

t ci>> 
dijp al Mdal I 

iM, iaqtomM Mltty oms. 
Mtanct 10 liK prorate of 




I lo oil iix bud- 
I acMally having to 
makt any tpeciric cuts, at Ukc 
wipoBiibtlHy for them TM Mae 



cnK ckMeii to (he praMm get 
to lesolve them their way while 



local Hui|Myo» pRMuaaMy get K» 

f SB QK OfOQCSB- 

Shk .touMli like a win-wis 
I to ne — except for ooe 
ftaaiiaes aude. wheie't 
the proof Illinois can and ""!' io 
bener by its mmt needy dtiieni, 
children in panicular? 

Cenainly. the stale can't point 
to its ichook Despite all lun<l» 
of election- year pledges, our 
tchooh are Mill wnefully inKkr- 
(unded Neither can the powen 
dial be, count AFDC. DCFS. or 
fKCM Mik profile court cases to 
iKir cicdit Heck. Iliiaois baiui'i 
tvea been able to adequately jail 
itt diklren All hype aside. Mock 
grams don't gnaramee stales — 



especiaHy those with records as 
dismal as niinois' 

As the Senate takes up wel- 
fare reform. I hope it realizes the 
teal lest of govemnienl this time 
r~'"'? ■• tiorc than just moral 
lesponsibilily It's also about col- 
lecDve will, sustained focus and 
an ongoing commiiment to more 
that just the almighty tai dollar 

It's a lest that has everything 
to do with need and nothing to 
do with pobtics. It's a test gov- 
ernment mast pass precisely 
beouise of welfare leform. not in 
spile of It 

Kay Callinn 



^Stupid': Too much or not enough? 



yfenerioihe 




among our students about current 
events at will a» iweniMih centu- 
ry Araencaa iMMry hw Mined 
Of much ducBMkw. TMs diicii*- 
mm kH focmcd abnost excln- 
ijveiy oa whelber ornol I should 
have uacd the 'S'-wocd. "siupidi- 
ly." ia icfefring to a number of 



Uefbrtiinaiely this sidesiqit 
two impoftam questions (I) is 
the level of ignorance crucial and 
(3) if so. wbM can be done i/btm 
It? 

if a Mndem doe* not know 
Ibai an Amerian party hai 
lliaed pohtical power claiinii^. 
fm food or ill. lo have a 
Xoavact with America." is the 
sludent missing important knowl- 
edge'' Is this importani luiowl 



edge even if the students do not 
think so'' Should the student be 
(responsible for knowing these 
things even if the student was 
never taught them in school? 
These significant questions have 
not yel been addressed We have 
not yet begun to ask the impor- 
tant questions. 

Sincerely, 

Professor Jerome A Stone 



SCOT 



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wotk on its staff this fall. If you feel you have what it 
takes to be a reporter or editor, stop by our office in 
Bulking A, Room 367. for details. Or call (708) 925- 
6460 during normal business hours ar>d ask for Jim 
WMMs. Alex Sacalts. or Jon O'Brien. 



RehgKNii ngbt-wtng'ers 
bke ctdunnM Cal 
TTioBiai ay W portray me 
of coadooK aad Mfer tat at a 
bbeial polilical pkn. 

Yet Smtfom General Amoaia 
C. Novdlo, a ppoi a ted during ikC 
Baak Aihiaia ai Mioo. issued a 
iMMiaeai paMuked in the June 
9, 1993 issue of die Journal of 
die American Medical 
AHocianoa Moa^ty lappomng 
ooanoM aac for pieiwiilMNi of 
HIV iiansniiaMoa. 

Novcllo chiiaa tm 70 per- 
cent, 40 percent, or 80 percent of 
all new HIV seroconversions in 
Ike United Suae* will be avoidad 
if 2S ponaL 50 peiceai. or lOO 
perccai. mpeciiweiy. of | 



As to dM (lamioa of pom* m 
cnadoms. she cites a MiioBai 
iHiiMUes of Hcokh Mudy wkick 
found ai> koiet even ai IJXIO 
limes MMgaiflcMioa 

Ackaowlad|i«g dM kolct 
oai oGcar. ikc wien M <|aaiity 
enaml IcMiag by the I! S Food 
aad Dnig Adnaaumiion which 
has f oaad aa avcrafe oondom 
waieficak rair of OJ percem. If 
Ike Mhc me of a baick of coo- 
I Ofiiadi foar per t.OOO. the 



condoms are recatled and taned 
froin sale This is a far cry fron 
dw )3 peroral Mkae laie kyMe- 

lia inoa g er i Vke llMmai pro- 
elaiat 

Skf' sayt ikM dwv tie ftinhei 
otaMdcs 10 paiiaur of HIV even 
ikroagli a mkroscopic hole. A 
hnee vims, which is noomodle. 
wouU poM through a hole only if 
it were associated widi a cell dial 
moves or if il were moved by 
hyAMttiic pressure through a 
hole.. 

However, monocytes and 
iymphocyict dm may carry HIV 
are too larft lo paiii dmM^ 
micfiMcapfe kolet delected by 
raniinc leiiiii^. And an FDA 
study simulating free HfV in 
fluid under pressure found dtat 
most contkims leaked nt> fluid at 
all and that, "even the worsi-pei- 
t condom reduced esii- 
I viral esp(»su(e 10.000 
Mt." 

Monris and l¥ndle annbu'ie 
condom fiulurrs mainly to mis 
uie rather ihiin any iitfierem 
defect in the pmduci Leaching 
in water, which is pan of the anr- 
mai condom praduciion process. 
cfiKli«cly make* die porous 
Mnaun* ia ike laies disappear. 
tey ctaiOL They also lefier to Ike 



two rubtwT layers of a condom 
saying that, ^'^ht possibility of a 
hole being made through both 
layers, or of a hole in each layer 
being perfectly aligned seems 
extremely remote " 

The leaky boat rumors about 
condoms do not hold water But 
condoms do hohJ water and hold 
back die HIV virus. HX) 

Jim Senyszyn 




In response to your com- 
mentary (Mar. 23). 
"stupid IS as stupid 
does." I offer the follow- 
ing — I believe your news 
e<ktor SacaUs missed the 
point of Professor Stone's 
comments, while at the 
same time he proved the 
Stone's point to a degree. 

Sacalis offered no coo- 
stnictive criticism to 
Stone's remarks other than 
to say that teachers jobs 
"are to enlighten, not to 
judge." I believe Stone was 
attempting to do that very 
thing I believe so because, 
when one is deaUng with 
many from a generation 
who — though they do care 
and have many expressive 
iguaUties — do not often care 
enough to express those 
qujiilies in a diplomatic. 
lonstrucuve and civil man- 
ner, then we end up widi 
what we got — unproductive 
name calling. 

When Stone made his 
remarks. "I am convinced 
that mental retardation is 
excusable while ignorance 
at this scale is inexcusable 
stupidity Have I ju.st called 
most of my snidenis stupid'' 
To their shame and my sor- 
row, yes." I think he was 
attempting to get the stu- 
dents attention. And maybe, 
when one is dealing with an 
audience that giggles or 
even sits stone-faced when 
Bcavis and Butthead torch a 
cat. then perhaps such dras- 



tic measures are called for, 
just to get any coherent 
response. 

When Sacalis goes on to 
ask. "How can Stone possi- 
bly believe his values and 
his interests are the fixed 
form?" I believe he illus- 
trates the selfish attitude of 
some students (and die rea- 
son why I take only night or 
weekend classes where a 
more grown-up environ- 
ment persists) 

Lssues which effect the 
country we live in are not 
only Stone's interests, but 
shouM tie every students' 
interest. You would never 
write an editorial telUng 
people not to vole, yet by 
dismissing the paltry re.sults 
of the professor's quiz as 
only "disappointing,'' 
Sacalis proves Stone's 
point Even being called 
"snipid" does not wake up 
Sacalis to the fact dial all 
students must take responsi- 
bility for bving in our coun- 
try. 

The selfish attitude of I 
have other values and inter- 
ests, so youn aren't impor- 
tant, has caused many of 
the problems which exist in 
our country today and 
which Generation X likes 
so much to distance them- 
selves from by complaining 
and blaming, rather than 
doing what every genera- 
tion before has done when 
problems are presented — 
see IFT7E7 oopooeia 




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Wmning has been mmiw- 
ihing ttm ihis yew'a 
Hawk Tennis team has 
had 00 problem <)oing m compil- 
iB| a 9-2 icccrd this spring. 

WMi a 2- 1 record in ibe pM 
two weeks, they mt mniog up for 
icgiaMb cw May 4-;. The team is 
led Iqr opoili Kevin Howard ( 1 5- 
0) p o i iiM y ooe of (he best lenni* 
pfaqws ever id play leonis at 
Harper acconfing lo Coach Roger 
King 

'tioward is am of Ike best 
ever 10 play in die N4C at least 
ibM wia the ceesus (torn four 
oppoHBg coKhes." said King. 

The team as a whok h aN> 
piayiog well They beat laM year 'a 
■■ioiial qualifier Oakton 9-0. and 



defeated Itlinois Valley widi dom- 
iaiM singles play, wimiiig five of 
•ix matches 

"Wc had a surprise at sixth 
tingles with Tom Ku.sch win- 
nin{:." he said "In the kns against 
College <rf Dupage, there were a 
hN of close matches, they could 
have gone either way ~ 

Dominani play isn't only 
coming from Howard Gregg 
Nasser is 12-1. Ron GuMrrez is 
10- .1 and Craig Ferengul is 9-2 
The doubles have had their ups 
and downs. Howard A Gutienez 
have lost only one match all sea- 
son and Nauer A Ferengul aie 7- 
2, 

King said he believed dial 
Ihey lost M> possibly the two best 
team in the region, but this could 
still he a eximnely donunant 
learn 



Go fishing close to Harper 



C«fMCoopw 



A letter from the 
sports editor ... 



OavMPump 

Sports Edttof 



The task of being the spons 
editor is nol an easy one It 
IS hard for one person to 
cwvcr every sport alone 
Uafortunaiely. Ihrrc irc times 
when a given area nf our athletic 
program dties noi gel the atteMion 
it so deserves This is by no means 
an effort lo ignore the importance 
of any given spon. but raiher the 
result of conflicts of schedule 

There are times when people 
involved with a ceruin spon are 
not available to render information 
not known by the Harbinger staff 



When this happens, it is difficult 
10 print an article which is limited 
10 ha.«ic mformaiii-in "itones 
which :irc limited in focus Jo nol 
effectively promote student inters- 
est or involvement with a given 
sport. 

The Harbinger has always wel- 
comed contributions from students 
and staff This includes iithleles as 
well as coaches To ensure that 
your sport receives the coverage It 
deserves, we encourage your con- 
tributions Any questions or com- 
ments, contact the Harbinger 
office in building A. room 367 or 
es 2461 



Tired of wasting 
money and vacation 
days on fishing trips 
and not getting a return on 
your investment? Tired of 
overcrowded local waters 
where you can't even cast? 
Looking for a new solution 
to end your Tishing woes? 
The answer may be as 
close as your back yard. 

Several local lakes and 
ponds have excellent Ash- 
ing which is often over- 
looked. Within ten miles 
of Harper College panfish. 
carp, catfish, crappie. bass, 
northern pike, and walleye 
can be caught from shore. 
Thai's right; you don't 
even need a boat. 

The Hoffman Estates 
Park District stocked its 
ponds from 1979 to 1985. 
The current stocking pro- 
gram began in 199.1. John 
Giaclone. .Superintendent 
of Parks for Hoffman 
Estates heads the program. 
Giaclone said that in 
199.1 Highpoint Park. 
South Ridge Park, and 
Weslhurry Park had been 
siivkeij '.vith a ciimbina- 
iion of largcmouth bass. 
nonhern pike, and catfish. 
In 1994 Highpoint and 
Southridge were stoc-ked 
again but the pike were cut 
back by 50 percent and in 
Southridge. a sterile.grass- 
ealing species of carp was 
introduced in order to con- 
trol the weed problem 
there. 

Westburry was not 
stocked that year, but 
North Twin Lake. South 



"At least 12 feet of water is 
needed for fish to survive dur- 



ing iiarsh winters/ 



Dan Otto 



Twin Lake, and Chestnut 
were slocked with a com- 
bination of bass. pike, cat- 
fish, and perch. When 
asked why the Park Dis- 
trict stocks mostly game- 
flsh. Giaclone said. "I feel 
confident in the feeder 
base." 

Schaumburg Park Dis- 
trict slocked catfish in its 
ponds until two years ago 
in order lo support the 
Park District's fishing 
derby. Dan Otto said the 
program was stopped 
because the Park District 
didn't want lo overcrowd 
the ponds. The fishing 
derby also never look off 
in popularity. 

Schaumburg's ponds 
are also nol conducive lo 
large scale slocking pro- 
grams due lo the average 
depth being only five to 
seven feel. Otto said. "At 
least 12 feet of water is 
needed for fish to survive 
during the harsh winters." 
Bluegill. catfish, carp, and 
some bass can be caught. 

or the three lakes in the 
Bloomingdale Park Dis- 
trict, none are stocked, but 
two are over 1 2 feel deep. 
The lakes comprise a total 
of about 40 surface acres. 
Bluegill. carp, and some 
bass can be caught in these 
lakes. 

Mike Slelton of the 
Bloomingdale Park Dis- 
trict said he would be open 



to the idea of an outside 
agency sponsoring a sloc- 
king program. 

Some of Che best kept 
secrets for good bass fish- 
ing include Governor's 
Lake in Barringlon Square 
and the lake on the 13 bole 
of Hilldale Golf Course. 

Also. Mallard Lake 
Forest Preserve in Bloom- 
ingdale contains good 
walleye and pike fishing. 

However, the spot this 
reporter fish most often is 
South Twin Lake. While 
the bass at^erage about one 
pound, a few of the fi,sh 
caught here have weighed 
over two pounds. Some 
that have managed to gel 
away were huge. (Or at 
least that's what they will 
tell you) 

Even if you can't catch 
gamefish in your local 
pond, have some fun with 
the carp. For non-stop 
action, use dry flies lo go 
after the panfLsh. 

Contact your local park 
district to see what fishing 
opportunities are in your 
area. If you would like to 
know about the fishing in 
forest preserve lakes, con- 
tact the forest preserve dis- 
trict or the Illinois 
Department of 

Conservation for informa- 
tion. For free fishing 
information on waters in 
niinois. dial l-800-ASK- 
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Volume XXVtl. No. XV3 




Need a job? 

Summer is aliMwi he». and witb 
It comes tlie need for many college 
Mudntts to find meaningful 
emplojrmcM. 

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school year, readcro can learn iitmut 
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Clothesline Project 

A visual display memonalizing 
vicums and survivors of violence 
was on display at Harper April 25- 
27. Gain some insight about the 
project and find out where to see it 
next on page 2. 



Athletes of the Year 

Who were the top athletes on 
Harper's campus ihi» post year' A 
inbuie to the women's swim team 
and tennis phenomenon Kevm 
Howard appears on page 16. 



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. Harper News 
. Features 
. Empleymcnt Special 
,~>» Ycar-in-Review 



. Arts A Entcrtairanciil 



.WCHM F«cw 

spotn 




Bomb scare shocks Harper 



Discarded 
briefcase 
causes scare 

Ataiondfu Socdh 

Monoginfl Ecftcx 



Ahtown. handfelcvs 
briefcase whith a 
chcmistT} prottssor 
left unanended near a chrm- 
isiry lab in Building 1) 
prompted Harper I'uhlic 
Safety lo call in a Bomb 
Squad April 26 

An apology letter sent to 
Safety from David 
Macaulay. a chemistry pro- 
fcs.«or. said Macaulay left 
m oM broken briefcase in 
an area cuHomiinly used lo 
discard cardboard hones 
and similar items 

l»Bl>hc Safety records 
Dhow that al 6:3.'i pm. 
chemisiry lab technician 
Nico Genci called Public 
Safety to report a tutptcious 
briefcase 

In iMpoose to Genet's 
call for help. Setuniy 
Guard Russell Teniillo was 
sent 10 investigate He in 
turn called Ll Graham 
Johnson, assistant supcrvi- 
•or of Public Safety 
Johnson said Tentillo fell 
tJ>e briefcase could possibly 
be a bomb. 

Upon arriving at the 
scene, lofanson said. "I took 
a good look al it and could 
not tell if II was just a dis- 
carded briefcase or if it was 
abomb.~ 




Building D 

C«fil«f S«clion. S»coodTloof 



Oniililclir Jm OVricn 



Al 7 0(s p m . Johnvon 
called Conk County 
Shcnif s Biinih Squiid and 
nec^uesled thi-ir .ivMsijncc 

A tittle aliiT ' ,*(i p m 
Thomas Mayion and Karl 
Huiiilx-rl. huiiib tCilinKi.iits 
with Cdok County's 
Explosives .ind Hazardous 
Materials division, x-raycd 
the briefcase and found il 
empty 

Humbert applauded 
Public Safety s actions 
ihroughoul the crisis He 
said Public Salcty showed 
proficiency and locus while 
isolating and evacuating the 
endangered area from staff 
and students 

As to the professor's 



Will) the current mo<x) out 
ihere (referring to the 
Oklahoma City Bombing) ii 
wasn t the best thing to do 
4v ith a briefcase " 

Johnson said only one 
section of Building 1) was 
evacuated "We quietly 
talked to the teachers in six 
classrooms (and) had dieir 
classes dismissed early 
Everybody left m an orderly 
fashion. nobody ran. 
nobody was scared " 

However, sophomore 
Bette Emmons who was 
taking a test in D 212, said 
"If they fell that strongly lo 
vacate sis classes they 
should have gone even fur- 
ther If there was any 



mistake. Humbert said, chance at all there was a 



bomb in the building they 
should have evacuated all 
students and faculty imme- 
diately" 

Sophomore Cindy 

Dubowich said she too 
would have felt sater if 
Public Sidety had evacuated 
die whole building 

Further. Johnson said 
Public Safety chose not to 
inform studenLs of the bomb 
scare because he feared 
informing students would 
lead to copy cat bomb 
direats 

Most students and facul- 
ty questioned afterwards in 
neighboring sections of 
Building D were unaware of 
die bomb scare. 



1994-95: A school year to remember 



The 1994-95 school 
year ai Harper 
College was full of 
up* and downs as well as 
surprises and disappoint- 
ments Here are the top sto- 
ries covered by The 
Harbinger during diis event- 
ful school year 

GED test 
results lost 

The General Education 
Development (GED) 
Test is designed lo 
five (tudenis a second 
chance ai education, but diis 
y«ar, some students weie 
forced to give ifae test itself a 
second chance. 



An estimated W-40 stu- 
dents took the lest at Harper 
m May. 1994 without any- 
thing to show for It After the 
esam's toniplciion. they 
were told lo wan four to six 
weeks for revulls. hut after 
two months and no sign of 
dieir scores, some began to 
quesuon Harper's testing 
office 

Even though Harper pro- 
vides the location and 
preparatory classes for die 
GED tests, officials say die 
test IS actually adrmnislered 
by die Educational Service 
Region office, and it 
rei^iired a discussion widi 
ESR to find out what went 
wrong. 

According to die ESR 
office, die etuy poniaa of 



the exams were lost. No 
explanation or apology was 
offered for the mishap by the 
ESR office, only a refund of 
the testing fee The students 
whose scores were lost 
ended up having to retake 
die preparation process and 
test at a later dale 

Computer 
labs infected 

August 26. 1994— 
Three different 
computer viru.ses 
were found in dnee different 
computer labs on campus 
just as (he 1994-93 school 
year began. 

As a precaution, all com- 



puter disks entering die labs 
for use now must be ran 
dffough a program lo check 
for viruses before they can 
be used in ttic computers. 

Since the initial viruses 
were found, itiost of die labs 
on campus have not had any 
major difficulties with viras- 
es. 

The Bather' 
showered by 
controversy 

September 23, 1995— 
A six-foot tall by six- 
foot wide original 
working model of Picasso's 



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Harper News 



The Harbinger 



Clothesline Project displayed at Harper 



The Clothesline Projeci, 
a visual display mnde 
up of l-shim created l>y 
women who are fiiTvivor<i of 
«exual violence was on dis- 
play at Harper April 25-27 

The display was brought lo 
Harper by the Northwesi 
Action Against Rape, an 
agency that provides services 
to sexual assault vKlims and 
their partners, friends and 
family. 

Michelle Garcia, commu- 
Bity educator for Northwesi 
Action Against Rape said. 
"The purpose of the clothes- 



line is to raise awareness. 
Violence against women is 
happening in our own neigh- 
borhoods." 

Student Sen.iif President 
Terri Ellis thought il was 
important to bring the display 
lo Harper because people need 
to know that senual abuse is a 
reality "Women who are sex 
ually assaulted often get 
shoved in the closet." t-llis 
said. "It's as if the woman did 
something to deserve or pro- 
voke the attack." 

Garcia said people rush loo 
easily to judge and blame the 
viclim. "Bui when you look at 
the l-shirts hanging on the 
line, something resonates 



Making a t-shirt is a statement 
from tlie victim. It helps ttiem 
to feel not so isolated, it's 9k 
empowering. ^ 

Diane Wetendorf 



inside "It's very beneficial." 
(iarcia said 

Shirts lof the event were pro- 
vided by Woman Strength, a 
women's advocacy club on 
campus. 

Ellis, the group organizer 
said some of it's main goals 
are to support, strengthen, and 
promote education for 



women 

Making the shirts seems to 
be a pix>d experience for the 
women who arc victims of 
violence. 

Diane Wetendorf. director 
of counseling at Life Span, a 
woman's crisis center said. 
"Making a t-shirt is a state- 
ment from the victim. 



"It helps them to feel not 
so isolated, it's empowering" 
Wetendorf said. 

The Clothesline Project 
started in 1990 with only .^1 
shirts. 

Since then the project has 
spread all around the county, 
and now includes 35.000 
shirts. 

It sou missed the 
Clothesline Project at 
William Rainey Harper 
College or if you would like to 
see it. again, it will be on dis- 
play for the entire month of 
June at the Prairie Moon 
LTD.. 8 N. Dunton Ave. 
downtown Arlington Heights. 



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Starr WMer 



Ni>* and dwi. we nm 
acrms a pencn Itui hai 
Mwched our bvn in 
such a way we feel con^lled lo 
shve ihem with ihe wortd; one 
Mich penon n SiHime C 
Havkc. profetiw and coordiiia- 
lor of Haipcr's jouraalisin 



She dm wlM At doc* ben 
and lhat\ >wii|*n peofile on an 
even keel. She his ihe natural 
aUhiy 10 like a penoo's fnuira- 
ioi and leave (hem feehng per- 
fectly line and fngening «h« it 
was that made Ibea apKt in die 
llmplMe. 

<Mel as her many 
I wM Mon leave HiiiKr 
fcradMocni aalieu The ■■lieu 



win be in a church, aid Suunne 
will be It's new minj<iter 

Siname \% \rmsiaxm% lo die 
mini<»ry Allhoa|)ldie doca't 

officially becxMK a M pralcsaar 
until (he fail of IWS. rile Iwi 
dradcd lo Mibtnii her ap|)iic» 
tion for ictuemeni in order lo 
fulfill her dnaam a<> a minisier in 
her own UHfaenn church. 

Aa » her meipccMd depar- 
lure Sttianne laid, '1 dioufht I 
would have a year before I w» 
put into a church But a.% it turns 
out. Ihe Bishop could have me 
placed HI 3 Synod ctuirch as 
early m Istle fall I dKto'i dnnk it 
wai fiiir lo the MudenLs or the 
adhool 10 leave in die middle of 
the year and I didn't want lo put 
off being a Minisier until June of 

Kavhc grew up oo the noih 
lide of Chicago and icgularty 



I've always had a calling to serve 

God, but girls weren't allowed to 

help with the church services in 

those days. 

Susanne Havlic 



allended Lutheran services She 
had always wanted to be an alter 
gir) and help widi die church ser- 
viceit when she was younger. 

Havlic said. "I've always had 
a colbng to serve God. hut girls 
weien'l allowed to help with the 
daach services m those days " 

She was married, had a son 
and was happy unbl her husband 
died suddenly of a heart attack 
To keep her imnd busy, she vo4- 
uMeered to do the community 
newsletter Havlic did well wiih 
dK newsletter and enrolled into 
Harper's certificale program for 



joumali.sm After receiving her 
cemricale she contmued on to an 
A.vsociiMe in Arts degree from 
Harper, a BA in liberal Arts 
from DePaul. and a Ma.slen in 
Educatran from RooKvelt. She 
will he receiving another 
Masters' degree this June in 
Divimiy. from the Ijdhetan 
School of Theology at Chicago 
Havlic IS looking forward lo 
her new position as a minister, 
adding that she would not be 
opposed 10 being placed in a 
pan-Dme ministry position so 
that she could have more time lo 
herself 



Susanne said. "I've wanted 
to have more time lo write most 
of my life. I would tike lo write 
Bible stories I think inieiactive 
Bible stones or interactive con- 
firmation studies would be very 
inietr,sting to write and very 
helpful to any ministration " 

Susanne's work has been 
published a number of times. 
Her most memorable pubbca- 
bons include a travel article pub- 
Kshed in Ihe Los Angeles Times 
aboul Big Sky Montana, and a 
poem published in Point of View 
called Bag I^y. 

As Susanne leaves Harper, 
she will lake with her a lot of 
pleasant memories, sad farewells 
and happy beginnings. 

And for the students, wc say 
thank you for your love, kind- 
ness, and generosity. Go with 
God's speed. 



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Laurina Anderson 
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"(Harper College has helped 
mc) to realize my dream. 
Harper gives an opponunity to 
experience the necessary edu- 
cation that IS needed o«it in the 
worV place, and I say that after 
being in a profession for ten 
yeaiii that I didn't even like. 
Also, it's wonderful to have 
teachers that are impassioned in 
their own careers to ensure 
their students are successful." 



Greg Engleman 
Sophomore 

"At Harper I have gained 
many new friends and 
acquaintances, and about ten 
and a half pounds." 



Sajal Shah 
Sophomore 

"I have gained a lot .. com- 
ing here to the Stales I have 
learned to be independent. I 
have also met a lot of people." 



Staff writer Jessica Owens produced ncaily all 
Photopinions printed in The Harbinger during the 
Spring 1995 semester. 



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"My time here in the court- 
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For people looking for sum- 
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The majority of jobs we 
gel arc for camp counselors. 
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Times are changing, 
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Inleraships do not count for 
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you cettain things." ahe said. 

TT»e advantage of looking 
for an tniernsliip though, is 



Iheie arc a wide vaneiy of jobs 
are available 

"Wc get a lot of busincvs 
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he surprised at the amouni uf 
aea.wnal (oppt>rtuniiifsj I 
think a big reason is a lol of 
people go on vacation, so Ihcy 
like 10 hire Mmebody on just 
for the summer " 

Conroy said internships and 
coop programs are gaining in 
popularity, according to 
Konroy. because each helps 
both the panicipabng company 
and the student equally 

'That's where they're going 
to gel the n>ost valuable expen- 
ence." the career specialisi 
said. "If they're going to just 
work in the summer, why not 
just work at a job related to 
their major? I try and focus 
ihcm in that direction 

'There's a very big demand 
for college interns (nowadays) 
Companies are storting lo uii- 
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empbyces." 

"Instead of hiring some- 
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Unfortunately, some inieni 
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"I know OB internship is 
really 
important 
tor the 



like the idea of employers tak- 
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Konroy said 

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"It used to be a college stu- 
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YEAR-END: Picasso causes debate on campus 



(torn pope ' 
iculiHurr "The Bathw^ wm dtmalni lo 
Hmpet College in September, wttmg uil a 
I of comroveniy on what i% normally a 
I campus 

The Kulpture— wWch depicts a nude 
womin from ihe waisi up— w» dtaplayed at 
Ike GouM Cemer in Rollinf Meadow» uniil 
lfl*9 h wan removed from its onpnul <li*- 
pfaqwd locanon becauw many people were 
officnded by it Soon after, it was oHered to 
and accepted by Haiper officials. 

In Decemtier. 19<M. deKtte over TTie 
Bartw" in die Harper community bit »uH- 
Mride. 

"More than half the people I have spoken 
lo have responded lo ("The Badier") with dis- 
like." !uud Terri Ellis, member of Harper 
Colleies Woman's Snengih club, a group 
working to change die iculpluic'f iocalioa to 
an area leu populated. 

Ellis— Student SenMe President for (he 
IW4-95 wmesier— was not acting m her role 
at president while voicing her opinions 
legording The Bather However, some mem- 
bers of die Harper community questioned 
Ellis' stance on the mbjcci because of her 
position 

"The college is bound by il'* very ems- 
10 foster freedom of expression and 
commenicd Dorothy Monxioin in 
a Leiier to die Editor She said ■It has an 
oMgaiion to provide an enviionment protect- 
ed from personal prejudice and Nat, no nw- 
ler Its ongin 

"I was surprised to hear this voice (againsi 



die sculpture) hek«gs to leiri Win Ms Ellii. f 
is die President of the Student .Scn^e Her 
position requires dial she protect die rights of 
die student body " 

Graduate turned 
writer/director returns 

Ocii'her ■>. I'*'*^ - Rcinhold Wi-ege. 
l'(74 Harper graduate and wntcr/pro- 
duci-r rrsponsihle for TV's "Nighi 
Court" and "Barney Miller," relumed lo 
Palatine in October to join Harper's Alumni 
Assnciaiion in Oaober. 

Weege. who attended Prospeci High 
School, has received sis Emmy .\war4 nomi- 
nalion.s and one Peabody Award for his work 

Oun»g his vi.«it. Weege spoke about the 
peessures involved with working on television 
series, like sitting down the Saturday before a 
Monday rehrarsal wirti no script, no story, 
attempting to create something fit for produc- 
tion Weege was working on a minisenes about 
Abraham Lincoln for ABC-TV in Chicago at 
die time he visited Harper 

Sexual assault victim 
keeps quiet — rapist still 
free. 

January .10, 1995— A phone call from die 
mother of a Harper siudcni ii' ,i Haiper 
official m Febniary began a search for a 

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1995-96; The Year in News 



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Alleged rape on campus opens eyes to danger 



frompageS 

npisi on Harper campus. 
Ltnfottunaiely. that search 
ended when ihe alleged victim 
leftued 10 talk about the altacli 

HaiKT't Vice-PreMdcnt of 
SmdeM AHairs Bonnie Henri 
Mid she was told a female 
Harper student was walking lo 
her car after daw shonly after 
10 p tn. oa Jao 30 when she 
was senuaily anacked by a 6- 
foot. 2-inch male wearing a 
black leather jacket, canvas 
iboM. md a baseball cap 

However, there is no official 
on-going investigaoon into the 
maner. because the alleged vic- 
liro has refused to lipeak to 
authorities and file a formal 
complaint. 

"We caimoi take it as an 
active investigation of a chini- 
nal sexual assault becauife there 
is no identified victim, and 
there is no report." said 
Harper's Supervisor of Public 
Safety Kevin King 

On-campus reactioos lo liie 
alleied rape have varied widely 



We cannot take it as an active 
investigation of a criminal sexual 
assault because there is not identi- 
fied victim, and there is no report 

Kevin King 



"To hjve a campu-- thai has 
gone so long with nrLuivcly lit- 
tle or no violent i-nnic it's one 
of those rude awakenings." said 
Mark Koiarba. an English 
teacher at Harper 

Farrah Topps. a student said 
the iiKtdenl was ineviiahle "I 
don't find It hard to believe it 
happened. It had to happen 
sooner or later " 

To this day. the victim refus- 
es to cotne forward to file a for- 
mal pohce tepon. according to 
PuWic Safely Ll Graham 
Johnson Consequently, any and 
all attempts to find the perpetra- 
tor have been thwarted and the 
alteged rapist is still at large 

Since (he alleged incident, 
campii* officials have urged 



students to stay aware of their 
surroundings and use "the 

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According to bookstore 
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taking people's credit card 
numbers and ringing up falsi- 
transacliuns " 

In all. approximately $600 
was liiken. according to Seller 

.Saunders pleaded guilty in 
court 10 charges of theft. She 
was sentenced to 21 days in jail 
and ordered to pay restitution 
for her actions, according to 
Seller. 

Parking lots 
given facelift 

February 23. 1995— The 
Harper College Board of 



Trustees alKvated $526,000 in 
funding leb 2'' lo pave the 
way for new I ois I and 12 as 
well as a relocation of the south 
perimeter road on campus. 

Dunng the ongoing resur- 
tacingthe lots will be striped in 
a perpendicular fashion to cam- 
pus buildings, leading lo a 
safer walk for students to and 
from their cars The reconstruc- 
tion will also make it possible 
for a planned widening of 
Algonquin Rd. in the near 
future. 

The campus project is 
expected to be complete in 
July, when a second phase of 
work.including work on Lot 2, 
is expected lo begin. 

see NEWS on page W 




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1995-96: The Year in News 



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NEWS: Election a dud 



(tompogs? 

Only 44 ballots 
cast in student 
elections 

Apnl II. 1W5— If you don't 
advcniM. they won't come 
Only 44 ballots were cait in 
the Apnl student electiom at HaiT>er. 
causing the candidates involved to 
ihow concern for the election process 

"I undervtand it's not publicized too 
much." said student trustee candidate 
Tom Bitsiaras '(The numbers are) not 
to turpnung." 

"1 don't think people were aware to 
vote." said Marisol Solane. student 
mtaaee winner despite collecting only 
19 votes 

Tern Bllis. outgoing Student Sautt 
president, said .she too wm disappoim- 
ed with the turnout 

"I don't think the election commit- 
•ee got organized soon enough and I 
don't think there was enough publici- 
ty." Elhs said. 

Pro Bowling 
strikes Harper 



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pn 17. IW.'S— Those who 
saw the Brunitwick 
Tournament of Champions 



on ABC-TV Apnl 17 may still need 
convincing the event took place in the 
Harper College gymnasium. 

Crews look more than three days 
wtong up not only four profrs.sional- 
quality bowling lanes, but also light- 
ing and television equipment for the 
nationally televised, live event. 

Harper College Facilities Manager 
Ron Goldberg said of all events he 
has witnes.<>ed during his time with 
Harper, the bowling finals may have 
received the biggest .spotlight. 

"There are .some close runners- 
up," Goldberg siiid. "but this was 
probably the biggest event." 

The bowlers who look part also 
liked the atmosphere. 

"I wish all bowling events were 
held like this." said Pm Healy. the 
youi^est bowler to take pan. 

More than 2.400 people witnessed 
fitNl-hand what is considered the 
"World Series of Bowling." and many 
peopk who had shown up for tkkcLs 
on the day of the event actually had to 
be turned away. 

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Q ^As a songwTittr, you have 
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self, bul (as a performer) 
you have to rtmeinher thai you're 
in an influential poNition Sending 
a mesuge of hope and optimism 
is a far belter tnessage to .vend to 
your audience than liti: sucla. so 
let's get out of here!" 

These are die wonte of Robert 
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singer/songwriter/produccr for 
die band Avenue Max, soon to be 
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Ilieir ipectal edition four song 
EP it available on cassette 
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which is in the final mixing 
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many local clubs. They will be 
playing at Sluggers in Vemoo 
Hills M 9pm on May 20 Odier 
ana shows coming up include 
"Wmconda Fest" on June 22 and 
die 'Ta.sle of Roselle" celebration 
on Aug. S. 

Mackey says on making it in 
die music business, "persistence 
it tlK key." He described it as 
"Never (having) a dull moment- 
die leally wonderfijl diing about 
it is dial sometimes you have to 
sit dierc and pinch yourself 
because you can't believe this is 
really happening, but die down- 
side of it IS like a cloudy day " 

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make it in die music business, 
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in mind according to Mackey 
"When you're doing a demo tape, 
ptck your three or four best songs 
Many bands send in demo tapes 



that are just too long, and with so 
many bands having product diese 
days, a producer can't listen lo 
eight or nine songs." he said. In 
other words, keep ii .sbon and 
simple 

"The first diing to do wtien 
you decide lo make a demo is to 
record a live version of die song. 
Make sure die parts aie worked 
out, dien it's time to stait finding 
a place to record You don't need 
a million dollar studio with goM 
records from ceiling to fkxir. Find 
a studio dial fits your needs and 
your budget. Practice, record, and 
dien practice and record some 
more," said Madkey. 

And dien? 

"When you're ready to send 
in your demo, make sure you 
send die tape. aJong widi a name 
and a contact number for die 
band. As a producer 1 can't lell 
you how many hands send in 
good tapes, but widi no contact 
number for die band I get proba- 
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of dnse I woukJ say probably six 
don't have contact numbers for 
die band. It's terrible for die band 
to go to all die trouble of puning 
together a demo and to forget to 
put a contact name on die tape, so 
diey never hear back from die 
producer. 

"Anodier diing to do is to get 
some photos of die band, akmg 
widi a band bio Once you have 
diat togedier. you have lo go out 
and Stan playing some shows, be 
a self-promoter and gel noticed. 
Put together a mailing list, diat 
way people come lo your shows. 
Make copies of die demo tape so 
dial if people like die music, you 
can sell diem a demo tape It's 
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Commentary 



Our View 

We shall always remember 
thee, for your guidance has 
indeed set our minds free 

Harper College i> lo%vng *hai may verj 
well be one of iis Ix-si professors God 
is gaining a new apt>stle 

Susanne Havlic. coordinator of the journalism 
depanmeni for the past six years, has decided to 
leave Harper after the Fall IW^ semester for a 
new adventure in life 

After teaching for more than 23 years. 
Susanne is leaving the claMiwm for the min- 
istry. 

But she really isn't leaving, is ihc? 

She will leave behind her integrity, honesty. 
i.Hf for others as well as a legacy for being one 
lough teacher. 

The other day she wroic us a little note. 
where she said "There are two passages I try to 
live my life by (Mark6;8) What does the Lord 
require, but to do justice, love mercy and walk 
humbly with your God. and the other is (lohn 
I.^..M) As 1 have loved you. also love one anolh 
er. 

Well Susanne. the following we declare; all 
of us in our own way really love you. 

We love your smile, your wit. your open- 
ended questions which have forced us to make 
our own decisions— right or wrong 

You have taught us to think for ourselves and 
to learn from our mistakes. 

And as for God, drawing you away from us, 
well we have woids for H'.ii uh . uh, we'll 
just tell him oursclve* if and when we sec hira. 
Affectionately yours. 
Your and God's children 



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Light years from fantasy 



KamyBant 

Poimccn 
Cortoontst 



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But all of a sudden comes an exam! Uh Oh! 

Those cries become louder and more intense. 

There is no ignoring them now. 



Iv» aiM you I need you You 
know you need me liwi I am 
nght here waiunj; lor 
you PU^jVSEJUSTDoMI ■ 

ITvis may sound like an 
exccipi from a U"jshy romance 
novel with Habio on the cover 
On mayhe even pan of a fantasy 
you had earlier 

Unfixlunalely, ihis is more 
like a nightman:. 

This happens to he whai my 
unfinished, fallinc-hehind home- 
work sca-anis |<< me Bui do 1 do 
It and get it over with ' 

Of course not 



1 do other aclivllies lo (vcupy 
my umc and lo put ihc viuccs of 
homework out of niy mind 

Meanwhile, gelling more and 
more behind Bui ail of a sudden 
comes an exam' t!h Oh' 

Those cnes become louder 
and more iniense There is no 
ignonnj; ihem now 

Finals are coming up. s(K>ncr 
than we'd like lo believe 

Its time lo cram. I mean, 
review what we've learned this 
pasl semeslcr 

This Is an issue (hat must K* 
faced inimediaicly and can not 
be postponed until a more conve- 



nient time 

Why do I and so many others 
put off such important tasks until 
the last minute. 

1 gel no sleep Ihe week before 
the exam catching up on home- 
work, and Ihe day before. I am in 
a constant sweat from fear of not 
knowing whai I should know. 

Ejch time this happens. I 
pray and pray thai if I just do 
great on diis exam. Ill never 
procrastinate again 

But whiwps' Now. I'm writ- 
inc this artkle instead of doing 
my homework Well. I'll get lo 
It sooner or later 



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Ov» AM: To BM nvmrvL. accuhatc amd facwal 

Editor in Chief JimWalaitis 

Busincs.s Manager Michelle Smith 

Managing Editor Alexandru Sacalis 

Graphics & Layout Editor Jon O'Brien 

Alts & EntenainiTKnt Editor. Laura Garrison 

Features Editor. Liz Carr 

Sports Editor Dave Pump 

Photo Editor Pete Probst 

Faculty Advisor. Suswutc Havlic 



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May U, 19W 



Commentary 



Page 13 



Politics and big business kill teenagers 




JonO'Man 

Graphics/ Loyout 
EdNof 



II sounds bke poliucs and big busi- 
ness as usual in die land up ncxth 
The great Male of Wisconsin, known 
ihe wocW over » Americas Duryland. 
IS puniDg ihe safely of ciuzens ai risk in 
the name of money. While the rest of 
the country's lawmakers conunue lo 
boost restnctions on alcohol con.sump- 
oon. Wisconsin is trying to tower it's 
dnnking age lo 19 

Despite solid proof that a higher 
dnnking age lowers fatalities and 
injuries, a couple pohticians insist that 
It's a tavern owner's right to let the cold 
ones flow, damn the consequences 
Them there cheeseheads really crack 
me up 

Terry Meiaer. a Wisconsin 
RefMcsentalive. hat ptofiosed a bill to 



lower the statewide dnnking age He 
seems lo ihink teenage dnnking and 
dnving isn't a scnous pnibiem His 
main obstacle is the naiional dnnking 
age. put into effeci by the federal gov- 
emmcm m 19K6 

One of the provisions is ih.ii states 
thai don't comply with il will loose 
their federal hiiih*.i\ funding 
WiK-onsin held oui ji tirsi when the 
law went into effeci. but gave m two 
years later In order to get around this. 
Wisconsin legislators have gotten Scott 
King, a Wisconsin Senator. lo sponsor a 
bill to evscniially remove the national 
dnnking age 

To give yott an idea of Ihe effect of 
the law. Lake County reported 108 traf- 
fic fatalities in 1982 Most of these 
deaths were dnjnk leens. making the 
Illinois- Wisconsin border nationally 
known as. "The Blood Border " When 
Wisconsin staried to comply with the 
taw the number dropped by MJ percent 

Messer has included pnivisions in 
the bill which he insists will "dry up" 



the flow ot out <il suiic kids coirang to 
Wisconsin wuh Miller Time on the 
brain Minors must either prove 
Wisconsin residency or have a 
Wisconsin college ID and an ID from 
iheir home stale Do you think the pro- 
visions will work'' Me neither Nothing 
thai J fake ID could not fu The easier 
you make the resinLUons ihc easier ii is 
10 get an:>und them 

How often do you make Ihe trek to 
our northern neighbor'' lis a fiequcnl 
ritual for me — My father lives on Lake 
Geneva. Given the sorry stale of my 
auioroobile. dodging out-of-control cars 
down route 1 1 is more than I care to 
endure For vacationers of all kinds, a 
significant incica.se in drunk drivers is 
anydiing but welcome news Ditto for 
the thousands of people who live in 
towns along the border lis especially 
frustrating when it's all being done by a 
poliucal group that you have no control 
over 

We do have ways lo make our opin- 
ion known Given that tourism is anoth- 



er of Wisconsin's key industnes. cKx)S- 
ing elsewhere to vacauon would be a 
direct hit in the pockelhook of the 
entire population of Wisconsin, giving 
iis occupants reason to scream at their 
poliucians I'm sure Minnesota, being 
in the same bt>ai we are. would agree 
Besides, with the amount of drunk dri- 
vers on the road, who wants to take the 
chance? 

On the other hand, maybe this won'i 
be so bad Have you seen the condition 
of some of the bars along the Njrder? 
Take the bars inside of bowling alleys, 
for examples Wisconsin's howling 
alleys are hellholes — bad enough to 
make any Brunswick executive shudder. 
Their bar areas are just as bad For a 
state that lives in bowling alleys, 1 
expected better Maybe Chicagoland 
teens, when companng those dives to 
the fancy, high-class bars and night 
clubs of their home towns, might nol 
thing it's wonh it 

On second thought. 1 better practice 
my swerving 




Are constitutional rights sacred? 



I am wnting in response lo a 
anicle in your Apnl 27. 
edition of The Harbinger. 
In Ihe "Our View — Exiremists 
Threaten CXir National 
Sovereignty" of the editorial 
page you asked the question. 
'"Do they really deserve the 
compassion and understanding 
of our justice system in light 
of what they have done — sim- 
ply because they are American 
nationals and therefore pro- 
tected under our constitution' 
You of course were refer- 
nng to those charged with the 
bombing m Oklahoma City. 1 
guess what your saying is Ihal 
those who commit bruul 
crimes are nol entitled (o (he 
same constitutional rights >f 
odwrs. 



You see ihe key word is 
~Mif constitution" in other 
words those rights guaranteed 
within It are not handed out on 
a case by case basis, hut arc 
given to every ciliMn of the 
IJnited Slates. Oranlcd a horri- 
ble cnme was commmed and 1 
htrpe those responsible are 
given the punishmeni they 
deserve 

But I don't ihink for one 
moment that the constitutional 
nghts of any citizen in this 
country should be suspended 
for any reason, ever. Because 
when that happens the rights 
you yourself enjoy could be 
Ihe next 10 go. 



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May 11, 1995 



Harbinger Special 



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Page 15 



WHCM nears the end of a long, hard year 



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Monr 

ratio iMt 



lapfnii 10 the utaUan, il kcqa on 
bouncing boclL 

JiMt mk SMbon Mimga Oiiit 
n«non. He laid. "Tom 
(Schneckc. WHCMs fatuHy nhi 
«ar> hM called mr the 'naoiier of 
i;' aid I htve lo extend 
! te icM o( ihe awi- 
e"ve hna fm 



Wfe waned lo gel ttmgs dnne. but 
tec«K of aihei |>n|ecli going on, 

iw wcR put on iIk bncUmiiia 

Miii pfi i i|ir finaVy simbiS lo ipeik 
■P - 

a.yaa, Pkognni DimcMir) and 
myself monr thai aiyhody die. 
wat Mibject lo a kx of «ertial rixnc 

11)001 Miff memben and oiler peo* 
pie itikc. nymg lo msma qwt- 
liam lliH «c didn't know aiydiq: 



WHCM's End-iir-the- Year Tof^ 5 list: 

5. Do yon like the new (kiwings oe te walb? 
4 HMXkirite'ctfMltackyKT 
3. WflikecaieieriaqwriMnteiBMdMMi? 
2. Aie (he CD playen woikiiv prgpaly yd? 
I. Ha ov FM HoenM bm approwBtf? 

WHCHTs Bura«can( KM (Chite PeWMB, Eift Lyon. Greg 
M«e. aid hfara Clilfi) wodd IOeb id ikak «U of oar astiitant 
dhwiDn, Dh. lod Rem tealert tar MMbar MMenl 
A ipMiil itaaki il ate) eueaded M •Mm. Dm SdNCcke. 




"It (WHCM) 

! «C WtIB 

aying lo redo the imdio ... the 



In December. News Dneciar 
RaianK Kodelyiu icsagned Her 
aMiscm. Bid Kar. look her ptee 
for the last two week> of fall lemet- 
■r whde Peaerun aid Lyon he|H 
the iaixnoiB proccn afKhcang ■ 



The Kw« dwclor job 
ly wm i^tm » Marin diflie. a id 
I ID WHCM 



iCMiive not wen in naoy news 
direnan before her Menoo laid 
of diflie. "She's done a bMous 
job. She's fcepl die newt mir 



Miff of 40 diK Jockeyi, newt lead- 

Lyon, who aa Piognm Dinmoc is 

il charge of advertising, has 

ia Sl,«» i 



Rvenuc in one :>emesler. despiie the 
tet *ni WHCM lent it's two big 
homlaayea. 
Tve had. I believe, six compa- 
come lo me for advemang." 
Lyoa 

'1 wat very sutprited K) see the 
adweniien coniiqg to as lo adver- 
liae with us on die radio. This is 
unhead of." Peiefsoo said. 

WHCM has incieaied it's com- 
pncl dtac caiaiac ID over 700 CDi. 



conducted iheir day to day bust 
ness. and attended the Illinois 
Community College SnideiK 
Activities Msociaion conference 
on a $6900 budget, the same 
amount a.sked for in die budget 
Director of Student Activities 
Jeanne Pankanin said dial (he 
approval shows tha WHCM gets 
die respect diey deserve 

Pankanin said anodier sign tfnt 
WHCM is a respected organizariaa 
on campus is dm Pietidem Pul 
Thompson's personal letter to 
SeoMor Paul Simon (D) on behalf 
of WHCM. asking thai die station's 
request for an FM frequency be 
giaMed 

There is cunendy a fireeie oo 
ail FM applications because of a 
lawsuit invohriog die KX!. At this 
point. H is not known when — if 
ever— WHOM will get it's own 
spot on dK FM dnL 





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Athletes of the Year 




Woman's swim team 



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SportjEdWof 

fnr^he Women't swim icoin i> the 
FeiMie Athletes of the Year^ 



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After comitiUlit ta 
iccotd (7-0 in dua] meets) and the 
IkNulii coasecutive undefeated sca- 
•cm. They were ref ioool champions 
this year and finished fourth at 



AhMg ifae way dw (cam Imd II 
All-American per fo na—BCi aad lei 
11 school records. The Ham had 
lira n^vkhial natioaal champioas; 



Natfeie. team capiiun. in 
tiie I meier and the 3 meter dives, 
and Oii Sugihara in the 2SXI hack- 
stroke. Susan Day broke three 
school records in the SOO. 16M) and 
llie 400 iodividiial medley 

S«(ihafa was the first individual 
to be a national champion for 
Hariier. The relay team of Sugihara. 
Grace Garcia. Belinda Flynn and 
Day broke records in the 200 and the 
400 medley relays 

Coach Gene Aukerman said. 
"This team by comparison to teams 
we have had in the pa«t. goi farther 
with the talent that they had." 



Kevin Howard 



Sporti Editor 



This year's Male Athlete of the 
Year is Kevin Howard, captain 
of the mens tennis team 
Kevin. .M tanked player in the nation, 
hasn't lost to an opponent all sea.ton 
(20-0) and is receiving compliments 
from opposing coaches in the area 

"Kevin is one of the best ever to 
play in the N4C at least that was the 
census from four opposing coaches," 
said Coach Roger King. 

Kevin's good play hasn't slopped 
there, he won the regional at #1 sin- 



gles and also won the doubles title 
along with Ron Ouitienei. The dou- 
bles tandem has lost only once all sea- 
son King said thai when Division I 
schools are practicing in the area, 
even would take die initiative and 
compete against the tougher competi- 
tion and sometimes bring his doubles 
partner with him. 

Kevin has taken being the learn 
captain very seriously. King said that 
he is a very hard working and dedi- 
cated individual "Being the captain, 
Kevin calls more team meetings then 
1 do, he takes this very seriously," 
King said. 



Hawk tennis team 
heading to Nationals 



DovcPump 

Sports Editor 

A second place rcfiaaal 
finish by the Hawk 
tennis team assured 
them a trip to nationals held 
in Corpus Chnsti, Tenas 
there were three first place 
finishes; Kevin Howard 
(mimber one in singles). 
Craig Feicngul (number four 
in singles) and die doubles 
team of Howard and Rom 
Gutierrez 

The menters mafcii^ die 
trip to MtioMli iachide; 



Howard. Gregg Nasser, 
Gutierrez. Ferengul. Jim 
Klemeni! and Tom Kusch. 
The team ended up 10-2 and 
had one of its best seasom 
since 1992 when they went 
undefeated 

Two awards were present- 
ed to individiials on die (earn. 
Ferengul received MVP of 
the loamamenl and fourth 
year ctwch Rofer King won 
Coach of dte Year Award, die 
second time since 1992. 
CMfMaWoason a success- 
ful MHM mii good luck at 



Track team strong at regionals 



DovcPump 

_Sports Editor^ 



Men's and women's 
track learn had a 
successful end to 
April at die Loras Duhawk 
Open. 

J B Rader woo die 400 
meter run and broke the school 
record in the process Maiquis 
Martin finished third and Bnan 
Bolton finished fifth in die 100 
meter dash In die 200 Jim 
Fancll finished second 

The 4x100 meter relay 
team of: Bolton. Michael 
Cocroft. Rader. Fanell fin- 
ished second. The women also 
had an impressive showing, 
widi die 4x100 meter relay 
team of Alethea Boddea. Ahsa 



Nelson. Heather Borzych. 
Victoria Kyrychenko 

At Ihe Region IV 
Championshipv. both teams 
finished third respectfully. 
Fanell finished third in die 100 
meter dash and second in the 
200. Rader won die 400 and 
Alanza DiAon finished second 
Joe DeLucca finished third in 
die 5000 meter tun 

Mike Cocroft had a second 
place finish in die long jun^ 
and the triple jump John 
Bending ended up in second in 
the hammer duow The 4x100 
meter relay team (Rader, 
Bolton, Cocioft, Dixon), set a 
school record and in the 
process qualified for nationals. 
Tlie 4x400 relay team (Rader, 
DixoD, Cocroft. Fanell) also 



set a schtxjl record and quali- 
fied for nationals. Farrell com- 
pleted the decadilon with a 
first place finish. 

The women were equally 
succe-ssfiil. Borzych had two 
second place finishes in die 
100 and die 200. Alissa Nelson 
finished in diird in die 400. In 
die 800 meter run Kyrychenko 
end result was second place. A 
third place finish went to 
Bodden in the shot put, she 
also qualified for nationals in 
the javelin finishing firsL The 
4x100. die 4x400 and die 
4x800 relay teams, Bodden, 
Kyrychenko. Boiyzch, Nelson 
finished second in each evenL 
The heptathlon winner was 
Bodden and Nelson finished 
diird.