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W$z i£>outI)ern Accent 



The Student Voice of Southern Adventist University 



Thursday. September 3, 19 



sgistration 
nooth 
ailing for 
udents 

udents 
eregistered 
ses process 



Singled Out! 




School moves 
students off 
campus 

Conference Center fourth 
floor still under construction 



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Welcome Back Party a success 



Employers make sure 
interns' time counts 




Nation/World News 



Clinton, Yeltsin pledge to pull Russia out of crisis 



y Gretchen Cook 



n Afghanistan and "America Will Stand \ 

SlJ Th- dens also discussed y 0U ' ^ Ul We Cant 'S n ' 

iheir differences on how 10 slop the the ITjleS Of the g 






Wall Street plunge fuels fears of recession 
























INTERNSHIP 






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MeClarty. a senior bioloj 

sopl.on.oie mns.e ednr. 
on saxophone and lead 



PIZZA DOUGH 




Q FIRST TENNESSEE 



adventist youth hold convention 









nrollment up for second straight year 






EGISTRATION 



..' ».Vi'i"' ' i h"- 1 ? ' ,n ' n k tnc siudents appreciated only having one day 

i .1.... Km u,..\'. j of registration and gelling inlo class right away. I 

'ruiT-iii' wcVTiTj know lhc\ 're iioini: 10 enjo> h.i\ mLi two d;iys for the 

uidn'i get hair my October break." 

number of class — JONI ZIER. director ol records 







VISIT 

COLLEGEDALE 

GENTLE DENTAL 

Joseph Chung, D.D.S. 



9325 Apison Pike, Suite 104 
Ooltewah, TN 37353 



(423) 396-4222 
FAX (423) 396-4224 



: WELCOME STUDENTS! 

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Visit your on-campus 

Adventist Book Center 

in the Fleming Plaza 

Student introductory offer: 

Bring in this ad between 

Sept. 3 and Sept. 9 and receive 

a 20% discount on the cd, 

CASSETTE or book of your choice. 

We sell Phone Cards — 9.9 cents per minute! 

call: 396-2814, or e-mail: gc-abc@juno.com 
give your family members our toll-free number 

1-800-866-4307 



Georgia-Cumberland 

Adventist Book Center 



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The Opinion Page 



Preregistration a success? 



■c addressed. Firs!, the 
return on Monday. This 
-alion for only two houn 



s students are. under spe- 
e ihe community or ihcy 



.ociation Welcome 
lurday night's "'Singled 



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First Impressions of a DEEP 
student 









Quotes for the week 

"What is the purpose of a college or uni- 
versity? It is to educate and train, to pre- 
pare its student body for the great tasks of 
life .... The last thing in the world a col- 
lege or university should be concerned with 
is being number one in football or basket- 
ball if the price one pays for that is the cor- 
ruption of character and the undermining 
of true student morale on campus." 



"The great difficulty in education is to get 
experience out of ideas." 

— GEORllt. 5l,VTIH.Y1 

"Of all kinds of knowledge that we can ever 
obtain, the knowledge of God and the 
knowledge of ourselves are the most 
important." 



Health Hints 



Give Your Body lo Science, Evtn «."■> i»v d » wns ""» W?. 

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Consider this.. 

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Focus 



Thursday, September 3, 1998 



trite ^untile™ accent 



Pope declares universal Sunday worship is 



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A Biblical View on the 



Pope speaks, his people I 



A visit to the Upper Room 







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m The Upper Room's goals and objectives >i"r'2*»"h!- rom™«n "pS' 

j™/'™""'- '.."h,™ are, I'm sure the same as those written 5™w? b 2. ^."Tdo^md 

°'h.j,;'" j 'p!^,"i!;"i™^""« upon your heart, and the formula is one J"*" " w " Yf™ ;* !, " dI " B 

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The Upper Room at eXcite98 







day, September 3, 1998 



QEfje g>outl)ern Accent 



e good, the bad 
d the ugly 



world opinion [o locally 

guru* are millions of 

and SO here world can handle 

my obser- °"^ ^"opinio™ 



a at Carolina: 
falo at San Diego: 



sonville at Chicago: 



ni at Indianapolis: 



v Orleans at St. Louis: 



'. Jets at San Francisco: 



Jumping off to a good start 



New coach holds tryouts for the SAU Gym-Masters squad 









Gym. 



Approximately 60 i^j^n- ,i>i ^^-m ., .h™ ,.( aw. .«:ruk 

students have audi- conl'kin- ".k'.h^anVdiug-rrec, 

tioned during team " ' i. 

tiyOUtS, and the COach co£h"m- ^mnl'i'i^' H, In iU^lt ten years of instn: 

estimates that about tionMdwpericnccbetodhiro- u 

dents will make the iheopponunitii's(haiav\ji[iiiisic.ini._i..i«hiiiv 







Several students are participating in this SwiflCI bSttGT bSttGT 
year's intramural softbali games " 

^__-^—_ Week one softball intramural 

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ipa Bay at Minnesota: 
nessee at Cincinnati: 

shinetqn at N.Y. Giants^ 

SrtBrSEc wafobli^T^ 

idand at Kansas City: 
England at Denver: 




Dan's Dynamic Predictions Fifi' i ' ii iti 



, danjxrou. icim olTcn.'.ix.'ly, .md ihcy 






Through Monday, August 31 
Women's Slow Pitch 



Men's Slow Pitch 






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I The Weekend's Weather | 







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TODAY: Partly sunny with a high of 90 and a low of 66.. | 
TOMORROW: Rain likely with a high of 87 and a low of 6 
SATURDAY: Partly cloudy with a high of 85 and a low of 6 
SUNDAY: Partly cloudy with a high of 86 and a low of 66. 




We Offer... 

Student Share 

Accounts, Student 

Share Drafts, No Fee 

Visa Cards, 

Educational Loans, 

and Morel 




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Open Sun 11-2, 

Mon-Wsd 8-3. Thur 

8-6, Ri 8-2 



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If you want to get involved you may want to 
think of being a student senator. 

For more information, or for an application, 

stop by the SA office 

or call Justin Peeke @ 3052 



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The Accent is looking for staff writers, 
photographers, and a feature editor. 

If interested please call 238-2721. 



Community Calendar 



nd out how one 
udent "passed" his 
jmmer. 

See page 5 




_ _ 



Softball Scores 
and Standings 

Plus Gym Master team ros- 
ter, this week's NFL picks 
and a tribute to McGwire. 

Sports on page 7 



tEfje iboutrjern Accent 



The Student Voice of Southern Adveniist University 



Thursday. September 10, 1998 



Vdventist youth dies in SwissAir crash 




oker set 

debut 

at. night 




>rmer SAU 
nployee, 
tfelyn Moore, 
es at 76 



SA Senate elections fast approaching 

Elections scheduled for Sept. 23 for SA's legislative branch 



The Upper 
Room merges 
with Net '98 



lisplays of an, photography, a 



Students can 
register to vote on 
world wide web 






nside. 



Campus News, p. 3 
Destiny Group Chosen 

Southern AdventisI University" 
dramu group is on its way to a 



Focus, p. 6 
Faculty profile - Eddie Avant 

Leam more about Campus Safety's 
new director, and what his goals are 



Opinion, p.S 

Ladies are encouraged 

to ask the men out, 

and a harrowing tale 

of woe is told. 



Look for sunny skies 
with high's in the mid-80's 
for your weekend. 




Advertising Manager 
Belty Arllgus 

bartigas® southern. «di 



Educators, Feds at odds over college links to terrorism 



ColumnisI 
Gcof Gn-cmvay 

gyrL'i'nwyi" mhiiIktii.iMu 



Columnist 
Ryan HIM 

rdliillC" , souihi:rii.i 



"I just don't think this is the population they should 
be most worried about," said John Pearson, director 
of Stanford University's Bechtel International 
Center. "If you arc intent on getting into the U.S. to 
commit terrorism, there are lots of ways to gel in 
that are much easier than the student route, which 
demands appropriate funds and documentation." 



Adventist schools ranked in best colleges report 



sstiny Drama Company chooses troupe for '98-'99 



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inual Commitment Weekend begins today 

ekend begins at 1 1 a.m. assembly, Dr. Philip Samaan to speak 

IcKlnstrj My m „,... Sm „ n ., anll|fh ,„. M „„, „ h0 

'""ld»e„d„ „„.„„, isHEJBHr^'.; "Don't just 

S^S^I ^CrTcirr^'biri check out the 
izrziiiE''^ iU booths, get 

»" °"™°' '""'"" """""" involved." 






SA Senators are 

students' 
representatives 



sw art teacher exhibits work 




The Opinion Page 



1 The Flimsy Case For Attacking Sudan 



Get commited this weekend 



KniRhl-Ridder Newspapers 




Quotes for the week 

"Never doubt that a small group of 
thoughtful citizens can change the world. 
Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has." 

— Margaret Mead 

"The actions of men are the best inter- 
preters of their thoughts." 



If you are interested in being a reporter 

or photographer, 

please call the Accent office, 238-2721, 

or email responses to: accent® southern. edi 



"The secret of man's being is not only to 
live but to have something to live for. 



CABL Corner 



tKrje ^outljern Accent 

Tht Studeni Voice of Sooth™ Advcotist University 
P.O. Box 370, CoIIl^JjIl, Term 1711? (423)238-2721 

JENNIFER ARTIGAS, Editor In Chief 


W= .11 know people „„« good „»,, 

Sti'i.'',',.* ihirTi.."",;'. *,« !i"u' '.'». 

"">'.'""■> .»U. «.:»,, J.:l. 


DUANE W. GANG, News Editor 

JENNIFER PESTER, Copy Editor 

JODELIS FERIA. Copy Editor 

HANS OLSON, Photo Editor 


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TiTOMATOS. Religion Editor 

JENNIFER BARIZO, A & E Editor 

DANIEL OLSON, Sports Editor 

JAVIN RUSCO, Online Editor 


decipher uupiu... II,.- .. J... ™ . JU,, 


BETTY ARTIGAS, Advertising Manager 
DARYL COLE. Adviser 


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hn-h-suj;^ calorics! (Con 






he Opined - Finger lickin' good 



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",!S™p ™'m Z'Si Greenvvay 



.adies, it's time to be bold 



i 

Ryan 
Hill 






low I Passed My Summer 









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Meet the 
rest of 
your SA 



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Good until September 30, 1998 



Focus 



Thursday, September 10, 1998 



(Ehc #>outlirrn accrnt 



Eddie Avant -The New Mr. Tickets 



An argument for 
Contemporary 
Christian Music 




Under African Skies 







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sday, September 10, 1998 



tEIje Southern Accent 



e new, the old, 
id the same 



i S<_'juk.: 



olina at New Orleans: 



ic.il'u ,ii Pittsburgh: 



icinnati at Detroit: 



v York Giants at Oakland: 



ladelphia a. Atlanta: 



i Diego at Tennessee: 



npa Bay at Green Bay: 
dianapolis at New England: 
n Francisco at Washington; 



Flagball 



Gym-Masters roster announced 



Head coach Mixon "real happy" with Gym-Master selections 



The 1998-99 Southern Adventist 
University Gym-Masters 



Watch the Gym- 
Masters debut 
during the first 
week of October 
during Southern's 
College Days. 



SOFTBALL SCORES 



Men's Slow Pitch 



Students 












Aprille Wade 




Pierre Scott 


Bfckv J.irne?, 
Jen Lundquist 




Reggie Jean -Jacques 










:hadd Walktns 




Shawn Ahlfeld 


. I,n-i\ Hl-.'.v- 




Shawn Degrave 


Thuck' LiiVs 




Susie Papcndick 






Tnsha Ramel 








jary Welch 




Wesley Liles 


lackie Rodripu 






letf Clark 
(efF Morris 
Jeff Parks 




A u d i o/Vi su a I/Pro g ram m i ng 




Heidi Ingersoll 








<ami Trumper 




Coaches 


v.-vin I Line. 






■Cimberlv Land 




Myron Mixon 


-afe Sackett 






^ee Vargas 




Kimberly Byers 


Mark Lone 






Melinda Banks 




Ke.th Byers 


STAN DINGS 


Men's Slow Pitch 


Women's Slow Pitch 


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(Ihrongh Wednesday, Aog.sl 31 



Women's Slow Pitch 



Wednesday, September 2 


WcdriL'.Jjy. Scptcmber2 


Dan's NFC Predictions 


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1 ^^ 1 NFC EAST 


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Ttarsd.y. September 3 


McClany 13 


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OISOIl solid, builbey U'ii"def- 


average .defense™ """"' ' ,nCmB " °" 


















Mark McGwire is something special 


j;S^i^c|3 


NFC WEST 


By Daniel Olson 


nonchalant shrag. Maybe 1 am a oailor for 




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There are occasions in lie extensive work! 


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P '^nsileel'TOT"elv?nSsurn)iirS 




amend game rlleclivTool Hie Cowboys 


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need another receiver to complement 












nXidoid SrtUseLecT Mr* MtrbSre 


l-rirkly l' cuald pn.bably coanl oa my hand 


Sander, will help sophomore QB Jake 


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straggled even wilh FB Laury Centers. The 


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NFC CENTRAL 


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2° narnpa Bay. Go ahead and laugh, bat the 


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S°Jat spectators fell an innesenoable emo- 


mnglS.w'b,Wanickl)lnn L ando'agl, 


•-denote, wild card team 


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you art truly someone special. 


w^reee^M/iS S^"Sm 





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THE ACCENT IS LOOKING FOR 

STAFF WRITERS, 

PHOTOGRAPHERS, 

AND A FEATURE EDITOR. 

If interested please call 238-2721. 



DON'T MISS... 

THE SA BATTLE OF THE BANDS PARTY ON 
SATURDAY NIGHT. 

Come to the gym at 9 PM for a night of music and fun 



Community Calendar 



MIHTIlh'KM \MI Mil \ IU-.NIS 



CHATTANOOGA AND AREA EVENTS 



[Find out what is the 
■power of indecision 
|making 

See page 8 



It's time to get ready! 




Read the latest 
reports on coed 
Softball 

Plus this wee^s NFL picks 
Sports nn page 7 



outljern Accent 



The Student Voice of Southern Adventist University 



Thursday, September 17, 1998 




Adventist Church 
to pass 10 million 
member mark 

Current net growth rates predict 
10 million in September 



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s 'This is great good news. More 5 i one i 
" than numbers and data, we see *""• 
i God's hand in bringing so many to has do 
a better understanding of His , 4 " 
c gospel of salvation." churc 



SMC undergoes format changes SAU professor designs 

|_ogo, name changed; new equipment, staff added CJVJI War mUSeUITI 

wea ror is otb u..c ^t bn^stno,, : Museum gives glimpse into soldiers lives 



Students have a lot to like about 
ligher-education bill 





Campus News, p. 3 



Chair of School of Music, 

Dr. Marvin Robertson, to 

retire after over three 

decades of service. 



F 


oeus, p. 6 


study on how trivial trials 

sally are, and why heaven 

makes It all worth it- 


Msoaco 


urononlrasli-eGod. 



Opinion, p.3 



Find out if freshmen 
might be able to get the 
same GPA privileges that 

uppercla 



Weather, p.8 

Look for partly cloudy 

kies, thunderstorms, and 

slightly cooler weather, 

with temperatures 

as low as 64. 




and EnlenairiniL-rii I Jinn 
Jennifer Barizo 
jiukin/< i '« souihern.edu 



Sports Editor 
Daniel Obon 

alson ©southern cdu 



Online Editor 

J 11 v in RtiSCO 

jjrusco@souU)em.e< 



Advertising M imager 
Betty Artlgas 

bartigas@southurn.edu 



Staff Writer 
Cady Van Dolson 

cvdolson@southcm.edi 



Columnist 
Jamie a mail 

. I . < < 1 1 .J 1 1 [ ' : '• i I U 1 1 l< ' I r i v . 



Columnist 
Charla Candy 

c m candy @ sou them .e> 



Columnist 
Ken WeUnore 

kwetmore @southem.ci 



Columnist 

Ryan Hill 

rdhillt9southem.edu 



University of Tennessee at Chattanooga; 
accused of hiding campus crime 




Arch 



Chattanooga Offices 
Near Hamilton Place 

Call 894-8484 



A more personal paging company. 




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help you keep in 
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otor Pool moves into new complex 

w facility replaces old, decrepit facility, new is twice the size 




hool of Music dean to retire 




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be idling from hcr«idi. 


FILE PHOTO 


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hSCeTa' "ireij," infloeoce on lie people and done so maoy musM 


"S"'-iS!"7^ ^Hit'ZrZZ'^ Els3sE?s 


/o new s* 


Dftball leagues 


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WuTlooSlopUyinlhe 
leh games, players are 
1 10 play slosv pilch soliball 




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use stighdy smaller soilballs 




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Official enrollment results are in 



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Someone's 
day bloom 

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HAPPINESS. 

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VILLAGE 
MARKET 
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Show your 
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AND GET A ROSE FOR 
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September 18-25 



The Opinion Page 



Will Freshmen get a later curfew? 












Guilty of Spiritual Procrastination? 



J/im/v.Ni. IjjrJ in. ill Ihny. ,. 
rnifrtlo*. ■ rtullift !•"'""■•: " 










rentage of girls t have really enjoyed retumipM 

k guys oul is by far much higher Southern, but reccnlly s" ' 

1,-ivrui!!;:^"' ::u'.- ih.il ■'•' lui'fV'"-' 1 ■-'■hull r^.li-. i 

lit I have asked guys out con- The NANO station ii 

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Thursday, September 17, 1998 " tEI)C gUMtheril 3rtetlt 



He who is not ready today, will be less so tomorrow 



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Wlje g>outljEcn accent 



jeves beats Pastrana, 32-22 



I softball game is high-scoring and exciting 




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Women's Slow 


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Monday, September 7 


Monday, September 7 


Tuesday, September 8 


Wednesday, September 9 
Thursday, September 10 


1 idnh.ili 1. Aumackfi 

II. .r icru 14. Liptllhlll 4 

taml,- 7. R,„nLToO (forfeit) 


STANDINGS 

[Ihrough Sunday. September 13) 


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Wednesday, September 9 




Bemad 31, Flint 1 


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Softball 


Thursday, September 10 


Sunday, September 13 


H<m.,.,i 1 U.ightJiall 10 
McClarty 9. Perw 5 


STANDINGS 


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(through Sunday, September 13) 


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Sunday, September 20 



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Wednesday, September 9 STANDINGS 



NFL INJURIES 

Troy Aifcman- Dallas Cowboys 

throUTickivtclui 4-8 weeks Ben 1-iii.iniK'l I amp.. Ii.i\ Hu. 

Sk C n°rlbul°) 4-5 wMkT SOla Vildn8S Q"<3"«"»>ble for Week 3 

Dorscy Ia-vciis - Given Bay Packers . 



II the Saints and Falcons ever lose? 



Chicago .ii Tampa Has: ^ wi*°ninestS E i wails' 



z Bowl Washington at Seattle: 



going VywhlTc. i " i ' ■"■-■ "• ' Philadelphia at Arizona: 

£" Denver at Oakland: _ ( *^f«Mbqm&tfa**>*m. ^Swaan* clipped these- iwo 

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Dallas at New York Giants: 



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Community Calendar 



SOI rilEKN \N1) VHKA EVENTS 



September 11— H-irr^O.mJ M „ Ki;r1 . sh ,, u „ [.cupard and John Paul 



1 ^u v.iiiii hi- \i<i is i. s association;- 



CHATTANOOGA AND AREA EVENTS 



-HAWKS IN RIGHT. \ 



Vhat do you think about 
Re Clinton crisis? 

See page 5 



Check out Chattanooga's 
Coffee shops 



Check out the Softball teams' 
scores and standings. 

Plus a preview of all-night Softball 
Sports on page 7 



3£|)e i£>outf)eni Accent 



The Student Voice of Southern Adventist University 



Thursday, September 24, 



pollegedale Police train RAs in drug awareness 

esentation on how to spot common drug paraphernalia 

What's the poli( 




=t '98 launches 
irgest-ever 
llobal satellite 
lUtreach 



Right foot on yellow! 



Diversity 
expert to 
speak today 




♦opular duck pond undergoes face-lift 

ne takes toll on pond, dredging needed; trees and bushes to be planted 




SA Senate 
elections 
held Wed. 



Inside 



Get up to two credit 

hours for volunteering at 
Net '98 



Focus, p. 6 



What's the talk of the town? 

Find out on this week's 

focus - Art's and 

Entertainment. 



Read why George Wallace 
was such a great leader. 



Look for clouds, thunder- 
storms, and continuing 
warm weather. 




Online Editor 
Juvin Rusco 

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Advertising Manager 
Betty ArtiRus 

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Columnist 
Charlu Cundy 

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Columnist 
Geor Green way 

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Columnist 

Ryan Hill 

rdhill@southcm.edu 



Photos, text, details part of 3,183 pages on Clinton-Lewinsky affairl 






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Electronic reserve system added to library 




Drugs and alcohol problems on campuses around nation 

TRAINING 

Student Handbook drug and alcohol policy 




hen a smdcni is dcncc of drug use. Ui^ m..\ u-quirt; j iiudcni draiv. ^Iiich are hcir.K laken u:ij 

tinge drinking no better than it was 4 years ago, study says 



iL-n— dropped .liLjIiily, from lalc-nighi d 












Southern chemistry professor co-authoring textbook 



Jhemistry department chair working on 'Chemistry and Life' 


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The Opinion Page 



Charge to this year's senators 















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Quotes for the week 

"Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about 
things that matter." 

— Martin Luther King, Jr. 



"The actions of i 

thoughts." 



: the best interpreters or their 



— John Locke 

"It is proor of a base and low mind for one to wish to 
think with the masses or majority, merely because the 
majority is the majority. Truth does not change 
because it is, or is not, believed by a majority of the 

— Giordano Bruno 




ttye g>outIjern Accent 



JENNIFER ARTIGAS. Editor In Chief 

DUANE W. GANG, News Editor 
DANIEL OLSON, Spoils Edicor 
HANS N. OLSON. Photo Editor 



JENNIFER PESTER, Copy Edit. 
JODEL1S FERIA, Copy Editor 
TITO MATOS, Religion Editor 

JENNIFER BAR1ZO. A 44 E Editor 

STEPHANIE SWILLEY. Features Editt 

JAV1N RUSCO. Online Editot 




What's On Your Mind? 



Chivalry: Shot Through the Head 



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CABL Corner 




;o he had sexual relations with her? So what? 



Crystal 
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you love our country, Mr. President, resign. 



i 

Ken 
Wetmore 






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if Mi. Clinloo resign, o, s.odl, do.', b.11.,0 0. 0. „ m ,. ~y ,»n M re, oltaso i, so „,», 


ot because he lied under oalh. These en elmorc ,s an 


he best years of my life? 


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Community Service Day, 


pS»SLTi™ c "X ESSH^S^S °"fi* V 


October 7. 




iSSf |§|p§p 


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low is greatness determined? 






SSu^din dcn*Sot*n™j"i?"nSii. "I believe greatness can be the STL^jkh'Ti"''';,',, »1j.» 

;;;;£,,, M:™Tiuu".,i ability to admit you did wrong, to SpiSS' Km 

=!uS™wd,» SlX'ltoln"™"'' admit you need and or needed Ei^lnSe SS! 

uKirdygre.1 »i _ ( ( i i punishing for your actions, and then m^^ySxmn itsscj, 

'"'toScd Sl'I.riZ'" to go about the rest of your life ™,!°njj»SSJKur d.uni 

, i m' 'nil trying to do good." _ '.'.VI' |:-li i',..™«dc4» pom 



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TTIto®i!fl<§)[M2 

I got a fortune cookie that said, 'To 
emember is to understand.' I have neve 
forgotten it. A good judge remembers 
what it was like to be a lawyer. A good 
editor remembers being a writer. A goot 
parent remembers what it was like to be 
child." 

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Sports 



feday, September 24, 1998 



Ehc £§>our]jern glrreirt 



jeves rallies past Snider, 15-13 

Ives gets revenge for last week's loss 









owed by an RBI triple by 















Team Reeves Team Snider 

| Jeff Morris - Had five hits, including four dou- Denny Puskas - Went 4-for-4 and scored four 
;, scored four limes and had 2 RBI's times and added an RBI. 



■ Shawn Ahlfeld - Went 3-for-5 with an RBI 
iTeresa Van Wart - Junior went 4-for-5 anc 



Amy Slagle - S-for-5, iwo RBI's 
Matt Ingold - 3-for-5, scored tw 



Kleins downs Lighthall, 9-1 



victory over Lighthall. 



il Myers singled Gary R 



uion conlinucd for Lighlhall a 









ie Ail-Night Softball Tournament is here! 






Monday, September 14 



L.K'hikill ■ I. ,!....» iui.„k'][> 

Tuesday, September 15 



Wednesday, September 16 

Thursday, September 17 

Wautins 9. Lighlhall 1 

Sunday, September 20 
Monday, September 21 

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Andre Reed - Buffalo Bills 
N F L (wMdAriMMm*. 

Nl 1 1 D I E C Greg Hill - St. Louis Rams 

J U rt I C O (broken leg) 6-8 weeks 

James Slcwjn ■ Jacksinuiik \-.i\iuji- 



Questionable for Week 4 



Wednesday, September IS 
Thursday, September 17 




Suiuliij, September 20 



W'fdnestliiy, September 16 

McCl.inv 7. FarrjrOd'urleill 



Lighuiaii 15th Annual Cohutta 

,30pm Springs Triathlon 



ation coll Heartier Ncal W 



fashington and Detroit are at a Loss to Win 






""""""' Oakland at Dallas: 



Arizona at St. Louis: _., ......... orT«swi™m P „p m o™ror»i«gan,c. 

.,!,.■„ -.^ou- ...mpl.i. d, .jppouu- On. *....,!.! K .... n ,.il, H.ifir. Imvc KailSUS CltV Ql Philadelphia: "ck.co ujs 

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"»lm.'ii" l l . , |k'n>'.«|t«.J-l""-' Pick: P.™ Pick: Chief. necd^IuSler,""".!" "b'ul il l".0« to" mTalhn 

.n'^H/^j^i.tm'rh^idcoa^No^T.imcrisd^f- Atlanta at San Francisco: Minnesota at Chicago: l ' , pi'cl'-suX'£ J ' h<mt 

. ...(...p,,,!. .,i !.....,)■ h.. .... ,l .h. .,m. >.l... In .. P.U'I. I.l.ui.d .....i. ir I. ..LI K- .| II \lm„. ... l..rl I. .„, .. Y I .. II. ... louurds 

J';;-' , "" ,, - J ""^-;"." 1Jl ;';;,j;,'.'.'""-' l " n '" , °' " l " | ;:^'^ l ' ,1 " Ki "" E ™° na! "" ! s™ s " m - JJ"",^',;;'™;;.;""'! ',"" Cincinnati ai Baltimore: 

W'i £ ',', „,"'" """ ','« "•' i Denver at Washington: .... .. ««bJfcn»«xoiBe ■• a nan brmbau c « o 

li.ll .„.|l,.„, ,„,„.. li.. „■,.....■.„ !..,.. ■(,, .-liil,.- I ,..«<...., .,, :.,!!. ■! . .. IT .:■;..,.! I., .... Nc\V (.Weill, .it I lid I UliapC >l 1 S : pitLISvilB 

"""""tocS'tuii schedule E 'nek°BroSi pi, °" 1 f " a °' in "" E ""°' JS»"£ 1 ' ' """ ""'""' "* """° '""""" ™ d *° Tampa Bay at Detroit: 

i„ g he„.„h„u,e,h..e„„,ide™e g Carolina: ""* ''f" leeg, h„ M,„ s „ „„al B^ S„d.^d n. 

. If m.R.d.1™ lose., couple more k Gran Buy lo Nc'tt I 1 11 1, < iiailf- at .Sail DlCgO: Set: Buccaneer, 

Jed^oriy biianing o-VV^' ,m " Jacksonville at Tennessee: pick.Giums 



mow PotAtkHTiC AftCHoo'' CLOSE TO HOME john mcpher 




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Excuses, Excuses 



A duden 



io Slate blamed his 



Another Undent at Yale University 
explained her tardiness was a result 
of getting her hair dogged in the bath 

explained upon showing up late (or class 
on the last day, "I couldn't lind the building. 




The Upper Room, a Christian coffee cap 

is coming to the fellowship hall in thi 

collegedale church for net '98 

October 9 - November 14 

Volunteers wanted! 



Community Calendar 



Mil' I III. UN \M) ARIA I VIALS 



CHATTANOOGA AND AREA EVENTS 

TikI;jy— Ch.il I. ui' u'.-'.i Siriipli.ms Hu- S>Fnplu>ri> fcitks c.l'f u-, 

s - :i: i-' '■■■■■■ '■■ " ^'.(ii ii, t Chan ga Symphony I bore 



Hickam appointed assistant conductor 

A junior education major earns honor of post 
by hard work and study 

ll> Jeuiin. K Dickinson 




le polls are in, are you 
them? 

See page 4 



It's time to get 
ready! 



Get the details of all-night Softball 

Plus the weekly NFL picks 



HDfte ^outbertt Accent 



The Student Voice of Southern Adventist Un 



hone 
astern 
luses 
jadaches 

tited lines for 800 
nbers makes 
ling card calls 
icult 

a Shepherd 






Playing their 
hearts out 

The annual all-night Softball 
tournament was Saturday night 
and the team Bernard repeated 
as champions. See Sports for 
complete coverage. 




ew computer animation major added to art dept. 

ival of new major abrupt, little advertising done; 18 already enrolled 



Thu rsday. October I. 1 998 
I^Hl^HMHHH 

Community 
Service Day 
set for Oct. 6 

SA officials hoping for 
participation of 1000 
students 



473 students turn 
out to vote for SA 
Senate 



By Huulhir Hynl 






enior ministerial candidates recognized 




side.... 



Campus News, p. 3 



What's new in the 
School of Music? 



Find out how some of SAU's 

students witnessed 

about God. 



Find out how Clinton c 

demned himself in th 

quote of the week. 



Warm weather continues 
with increasing clouds. 
Highs in the upper 80's 

and lows in the mid 50's 



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Monday and Wednesday 10:30 

Tuesday and Thursday: 230 p.i 

4 p.m. and 6 p.m. to 1 1p.m. 
Friday: 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. 

Editor in Chief 

Jennifer Artigas 

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pager 514-5461 

News Editor 

Duane W. Gang 

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Copy Editors: 
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rts and Entertainment Editors 
Jennifer Barizo 

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Tito Matos 

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Sports Editor 
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Javln Rusco 

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Advertising Manager 

Betty Artigas 

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Meet your Student Association Senators 

Vi„age Senators Talge Hal, Senators con,. Thatcher Hal, Senators con,. 

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Symphony Orchestra 
season underway 






Concert Band begins new season with changes 



Liu is named Symphony Orchestra Concert Master 

II. .I.imni' Dickenson 

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occer gaining popularity on campus, games played weekly 



mes held Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, and Sunday 
srnoons, PE department considering intramurals in 
h fall and spring 

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ew English professor excited 
30ut writing and teaching 




C'dale Police take steps to curb speeding 








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Southern board votes to offer 
degrees at two Indian colleges 




Hurricane Georges strikes Dominican Adventist University 

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Quote of the week 

'"Yes, the president should resign. He has lied to the 
American people, time and time again, and betrayed 
their trust. He is no longer an effective leader. Since 
he has admitted guilt, there is no reason to put the 
American people through an impeachment. He will 
serve absolutely no purpose in finishing out his term; 
the only possible solution is for the president to save 
some dignity and resign.'" 



What's On Your Mind? 



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What do you think about the Clinton Crisisl 



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"I think the President has a right to do whatever he wants to do. It may it 
but he has a right to do it. But he shouldn't have lied about it." 
, freshman mathematics major 



"Everyone makes mistakes. He should have told the truth 
shouldn't have lied about it. But he asked for forgiveness and 1 
because he is only human." 
-Sholly Scarlett, freshman psychology major 



i the first plai 

e should forgive hid 



sick of the whole deal. He knows that he v 



"Leave it alone. Let it 

It's done; it's over with." 

•Jana Bruckner, sophomore accounting major 



'I ask myself the question, does it make him a bad President? No. Does it make hill 
i bad husband? Yes. It's hard to decide if the issues should be related or not." 
Jimmy Rhodes, junior bu^iiiL'--. .uliiimisinuon major 



Che Southern Accent 

The Sludtm Vuicc ol Suuilicm Advenlisl Universiiy 
P.O. Bnx 370. Cnlkj*d:ik. 'R-nil 17315 14231 73K-272I 

JENNIFER ARTIGAS, Editor in Chief 

DUANE W. GANG. News Edilor 
DANIEL OLSON. Spoils Edilor 
HANS N. OLSON. Pholo Edilor 

JENNIFER PESTER. Copy Edilor 
JODELIS FER1A. Copy Edilor 
TITO MATOS. Religion Edilor 

JENNIFER BARIZO. A & E Co-edilor 

STEPHANIE SWILLEY. A & Co-edilor 

JAVIN RUSCO. Online Editor 



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"It's not about sex, it's about the law. The president broke the law and as chief of till 
executive branch, he must face the consequences." 
-Eric Bates, senior theology major 



I think it's been blown way out of proportion, people need to worry about othJ 
things. People seem to get wrapped up in other people's lives for means of entertajip 
ment, like the O. J. Simpson trial. Man is sinful by nature and capable of doing ihim 
Did you expect something good from somebody without God?" -Justin Robinsc 
sophomore theology major 

"I think, as a president, he's done a pretty good job looking at the economy. I donl 
think his private life should be protrayed on TV. As a president, he made a n 
but two wrongs don't make a right." 
-Daniel Lee, junior biology major 



CABL Corner 



new look at Mondays 



"iiMn .it iho kitik- -.. I .r.iHvj m 



[Charla 

Cand> 



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Confessions of a chivalrous man 



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Religion 



Thursday. October I, 1998 



<EI)e gxmtjern 3tceut 



Maybe, or maybe not 









hire? MvtenoL 
though, tor it remi, 



TIME TO GET UP 

AND GET BUSY 
FOR THE MASTER 




Your Smiling Face 



is what I long for with thee 

hoping and praying 
that you're preparing for Me. 

For your reward shall be great 

united with Mc and forgetting the past. 

bm instead a heart full of happiness. 

Sharing and caring 
with those who we love 



Km iv. ihat I miss you 
nd long jar your embrace, 
■awn just wouldn't he //.. j. 
vilhout your smiling face. 



Food For Thought 

n any undertaking is assured when divine 

ii In din 

,i gold ting "ii d pig's 
Die ira> hi .i fool 



Christ's matchless love 



WimIhin iuii\wii:1)s .nu v, 
Then: is nu pillow ^ -t. 



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Sports 



-he Southern accent 



am Bernard and Team Lemon Win Softball Tournaments 



McClarty stumbles and exits early; Aumack bounces back from opening loss 

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Women's All-Night Tournament Results 



Championship 

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Men's All-Night Tournament Results 



_____ r>.,«- Kris rickenruili (..) Te.ini Durikel Kiel Bmwcr ■■ Tc:mi Bernard -liminaled) 

OlTie JCVUTIS JasonDunkeh.l- IV.iml.Uinkd I.Turr.-. ( m I \. . u ■. . .\ jtkins Rmnrl1 ,„ , iohM , 

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,;- and IWT,-_U.„ umr || Jrmv Kllll - Tciini Perez 



l-.'rk Dunkd i_» - Tciii) I'lunUI ki/un Kill". ■ I l.iiii hirm.^ 

" "us Kim - Team Perez Rob Howell - Tear ' 

k Tornsey - Team McClarty 



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P-tiaic-J ihmujih- for McClarty IC 



First Round 


Lifhihall elimin_iL-d( 


1 idilli.ill (.. .urn ,..|. .( 


Fourth Round 


Cr^k 7.J.ick,on5(8innmfis) 

Second Round 

k.nii.T"'!. McClarty 7 
Ik-nuul Hi. Lighlhall 1 


Fifth Round 

Aumack 7, Cargil. 6 (Cat gile climi rimed 1 

Semifinals 


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Third Round 

P.fc, Ill, M-Ckm 9 (JvkClarty eliminated! 


Championship 






Wednesday, September 23 


Sunday, September 27 


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STANDINGS 


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CSif" "'' "" topi * d 


15th Annual Cohutta 


F.MPUCT— 


Springs Triathlon 


Thursday. October 1 


Sunday, Oclober II, 1998 
1:30 p.m. 



NFL INJURIES NFL PICKS 

Questionable for Week 5 B > Daniel Olson 



m Reeves quite surprising 



Natasha Paxton: Alive, 
well and still tumbling 






>an DJego al Indianapolis - 



Iffrblicwnr 



V Ugh S6 Do light 



The Opined — Too much 
"a-salt" at Southern 



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Geof JSiSSS" 
Greenway "^^f^ 6 U| 






Heally! And. you're right, i 









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Don't forget next Wednesday is 
Community Service Day! 



Community 


Calendar 




Sin nil i;\ \m, OiMMiiNiTY EVKNTS 


October 5— Last day for 50% luilion refund (SI 00 fce/iolal 


Tomorrow— St. Paul's Episcopal Church presents, "Lesl 


t * >- • i. ii m 


Volleyball sign up (today - October 6). 


Port-au-Prince. Haiti. St. Paul's Episcopal 
Church. 8 PM. For more information, call 


M ' '^ '"" '"•'■ ' ' ■-■- H--.lk... 


Academic affairs meeting. 3:30 PM. 


r i .«■-.„'. 


Oclnbcro— Student Senate. 8 PM. 


Paul L. Reynolds at [423) 266-8195. 


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October 7 — Community Service Day. 


Tomorrow— "Frecbie Friday," at Hunter Museum of 

American Art. Free admission M> AM - 

4-.Ui PM Fur nunc inionimuun. \isit their 


i",!';!:,:',;!:,; 1 ;:.,::;';: 1 :;:*;,;':,!:;;,.,, 


Chattanooga and Area Events 


web site: www.huntermuseum.org. 


, s Mil ' " , " '" 


1 oduy - November 15— Renowned graphic designer 


Suirvlellinu lestn.d in historic Joncshorou 




Malcolm Grear will be the focus of an exhibi- 


Tennessee. For more information and to t 


l Wl daj to sip lip i,.r nagball, drafts done 
tonight. Call die gym foi mote information. 


tion b| the Hunier Museum. Grear is the head 


ister. call (S00) 525-4514. or (423) 753-21' 


of a distinguished design linn ! minded in I960 
and a long lime protestor ,n Rhode Island 


October 3— Tennessee Aquarium presents, "Using 




School of Design. One of his most recent and 
high profile design projects \\,is to create a 


Newcomb\ Key to Identify Fall WildfloW 




Learn how to idenntv kill wildflowers whi. 




number ol prominent design elements for the 


walking through the maemfkent Tennessee 


Ocloher3 Church service EdWrighl II \M 


lW6 0lyn G.nncn.MI.,,,,,. Fh,s exhiht- 


River Gorge. Enjoy hands-on identificatio 


Evensong 7 PM 


tevJeZ^\t2ZlZ*l™2£^ 


nearby meadows with the Tennessee 




Aquarium s, Julia Gregory. Participants ni 






register in advance h\ calline i423) 267-F1 


October 4-DA1 coram. 




SS/memben SlO/non-member. 2 - 5 PM. 


Oclobw4-6—ViewSomhem. 


n^informaiion.coniaciHlwB Henry at 





lould shorts be 
lowed in the library? 

See page 4 



Get fall fashion tips 



Religion on page 6 



Find out the golf and softball 
scores, and the teams' standings. 

Plus Hie weekly NFL picks 



nnfje ^outjern Accent 



The Student Voice o\' Southern Adventist University 



Thursday, October 8, 199S 



ave your favorite professor arrested for only $25 

/ fundraising effort has Collegedale Police making fake arrests, money goes towards the March of Dimes 



L'ffnrt by the Collegedale h>; phone. 



raved plaques nt the Sp* 






.,., ,,, ,'.■", n,;'!.;, , I'tl'ut ^mmences the highl 
d Special Olympic canits. "11 It 



hat's your view of Southern? 



Cape Verde: Adventists 
beaten and imprisoned 

Two church members accused of 
desecrating Catholic churches 




Look for partly sunny skies 
for your weekend weather 
with highs in the low to mid 
70s and lows in the low 50s. 



Nation/World News 



How to Reach Us 



Office 



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EDITOR IN CHIEF 
Jennifer Art igas 

pager 514-5461 

NEWS EDITOR 
Duane W. Gang 

dwgang@southem.edu 



COPY EDITORS 
Jennifer Pester 

|mpi.^tL'l<" MHlthLTIl L'liu 



A & E EDITORS 
Jennifer Barizo 



ADVERTISING MANAGER 
Betty Artigas 

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COLUMNISTS 

Uiii;ill« I, MUiltiL'm.ali 



STAFF WRITERS 

Fred Buettcher 

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Thousands of ethnic Albanians fear return to Kosovo villages 



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Past presidents 
weigh in on 
Clinton's sex 
scandal 



Partisan Fight Ahead Over 
Impeachment 



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BEATINGS 


Forest Lake Academy to hold 
Young Alumni Weekend 199fl 


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cience center's wait for a working 
jndulum may soon be over 




Southern contributes 
to United Way 



dventist to consider new 
urch manual format 






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Call 894-8484 



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Adventists criticize fake Net '98 website 



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COLLEGEDALE CREDIT UNION 

Do you need a break from heavy fees? Lighten 

up with the CCU's no fee student account! 



October is pumpkin 
carving month. 
Sign-up at the CCU to 
enter the contest! If 
your name is chosen, 
pick up your pumpkin 
Oct 22 or 23 and start 
carving! Judging will 
begin Oct. 27th. 




I would pick more daisies." 



Jennifer 
Pester 


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nnydalc. marginally ir 
I a single tandy' Twit 



SoopT»r "When I look back at my i? tE"K 

SS" time here at Southern, I want ?,!::;;:;„ 

Ek*" " the people to be what I Ss 

, .HsT remember. I want to have js* 

.pi., ™dy?„ r g;n ? gi, flashbacks of smiles and l*™,^ 



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mVloba able » play God. life, lo> 
simullircouly ftol- Si cann 


- cr crazy times and awesome 
friends...." 


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Bad Judgement Call 

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Cady 
Van Dolson 



leaching in, Reaching Out 















.....iHJrSE :?:!£"' "The biggest help that a |HEsf™" ^Sias^SlfSJS"^ 

|pHs^ h £d, r g»."f".» person can receive to fill the ™£F||l|r S^^^Si. 
Ef h K?iXf ' t ™' "*' s 'S^l'"" void of loneliness is God." isHS'HHs E,E":S£S&„ 



lire Me: Advice from the Guy Behind the Desk 



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Ewhongc. Mitano is partner in charge of 



A&E 



Thursday, October 8, 1998 



tElje g>outbcrn gfaent 



An inexpensive art lesson is just down the road 

The Hunter Museum of American Art has a student admission of only $3 

By Stephanie Swilley beelincd it over to the closest dis- opened its dents to the public on worth a look. Grand Siaircas^ ^ ^^ Before yoil go.l 



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Fashion Review... 

Long skirts and flat shoes 
highlight fall trends 



m miji- iii.iiil. > .-.i |, Anything Cashmere 

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B how U c T^'ouW dSi't n mute D ^ 0r Evenin fe' 

ri,V' Fjsliii>iisl.m-Uir\ftm^lt U m^'iT'-'i .11 II ,i - 1 A '""i' Skirt 

^^«ao f |TofVc!mr ''''ihlt ""' ' l ' : "'' "" ! '' '"' "' " WJ][ - A - A Flat Sh0e 

a frw crazy omiiii no one m *" r n ^ !^ ( ,',j s 'V,n l |! C y'.™.'ii 5. Something Fur 

" , . ,,, ."". ! ii i ■ i '■ ' I ■ 6. Milium' Cargo Pants 

1 ' , 7. Anything in Gray 

"■ '''m'''-,' '■' "ii, "iV. '',' ,'"i h Ml> "-'- ll " llu;l - l,, : -' rtll » •> h " " f 8. Casual Evening Wear 

i i i , \ , ; S). Easy Hair 

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Bijou Theater hosts the Independent Film Series 






Dating on Campus 

Does money make you cute? 






Art exhibit now showing 



Two Christian bands to perform at Collegedale Academy 



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Sports 



rsday, Oclober 8, 1998 



iihe Souttjmi gtcceiu 



.ee survives to win Fast 
•itch Tournament, 18-17 

km Horinouchi rallies twice from 6-run deficits and still falls short 



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Evans Makes It Two 
In A Row 





1998 SOFTBALL CHAMPIONS 


NFL INJURIES 




Women's Slow Pitch 


Questionable for Week 6 




Team Lemon 


QB-JoaaElwaylha™,/!,,* 


T" *^< Mtmtm 


Men's Slow Pitch 


M-r»— B—ftraisedland) 


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Team Bernard 

Modified Fast Pitch 


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Team Lee 


WR- toe Bp« (tamtra,) 


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Coed Slow Pitch 


Larry Bouie - Washington 


| Sal Jlmane, pr.p.n, far 


Team Reeves 


(breta. lag) nit 8-10 wade, 



ikings Generate Purple Noise 



Beyond Die luki- muin in -.hni, ihc "ir,./, ; ii u.njr.i ■ «.i, Chicago a! Arizona: Pittsburgh at Cincinnati: r ''- j- j l"" ; ''h i '?i' ', '- 1 ,'m ^ '" !i' L ' r> i. '.'-A" m^ ' '. t^li , '" 1^ 



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wna) San Diego at Oakland: Atlanta at New York Giun 



Denver at Seattle: 



vikings ore ge™ rcs ° c Kansas City at New England: San Francisco at New Orleans: Mjarni at Jacksonville: * 

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Carolina at Dallas: 



New York Jets at St. Louis: Tenn<:-.si.v ai Balinnoiv: 

Washington at Philadelphia 



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Warning: Village Idiots Are a 
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Participate in the 15th Annual Cohutta Springs Triathlon 

Sunday, October 11, at 1:30 p.m. 




1/2 mile swim 

18-mile bike ride 

4-mile run 



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are needed and will receive a T-shirt for their assistance. 
Entry forms are available at the gymnasium, 
additional rules and information call Heather Neal at 238-2851. 




Jj . "The first 
Jj- 100 years are 

the hardest, 
; ^ Dr. Gilbert!' 



HAPP^ 
60TH!! 



Community Calendar 



i Community Events 



)8 begins, (runs through 
1, held every Friday - Sunday, 
Tuesday and Wednesday.) Church. 7:30 PM. 



-Church service. II AM. 
Student Missions Opportunity Fair. Studeni 
Center. 2 - 5 PM. 
Evensong 7 PM. 
Pizza and movie. Siudcni Center. 

— 3rd Annual Soccer Tournameni. SAU soccer 
field. Call Jack Harvey ai 238-2837 during ti 
U238-4I5I during tile evening, lor 



more information, 
r 12— Last day for 409tli 



.on refund ($100 fee/total 



Faculty Senate, 3:30! 
Robert Beers, organ n 



October 17— Church si-niL-e. I-..I Wright. 11:30AM. 



October 19— Last da> fur 3lt*i tuition refund ($100 fee/total 

Faculty meeting. 4 PM. 
Chattanooga and Area Events 

Today— ArtScene Kick-Off at Hunter Museum of 

10 AM • 4:30 PM. For more information, visit 
their web siic: www. iiuniLTinuseum.org. 

Today - October 10— Tommy Davidson 

Perhaps best known as one of the original cast 
members of Ihe hit TV show In Living Color, 
Tommy has parl.ivcd. (h.it success into a flour- 
ishing movie career He has been seen in the 
movies Sirick.lv Business. Ace Ventura TI, 
Booty Call and is currcntls st.imng opposite 
Juda Picken in the romantic comedy Woo. 
Davidson's dynamic ability as a stand-up 
comedian has earned him three one-hour solo 
specials on Showtime. This is a don't miss 
show! Also appearing: Dickey Palmer. 

Today - November 15 — Renowned graphic designer 

Malcolm Grear will he die focus of an exhibi- 
tion at the Hunler Museum. Grear is the head 
of a distinguished desren firm founded in I'HiO 
and a lone linn- profus-m at Rhode Island 
School of Design. One of his most recent and 
high profile design projects was to create a 
number of prominent design elements for the 
1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta This exhibi- 
tion of his u nrk is done in conjunction with 
the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, 
where a companion show of his designer's 
work will be on view at the George Ayrcs 
Cress Gallery October 6* November 5. For 
miaci Eileen Henry at 



give a multi-screen presentation ol h 
botanist, biologist, conservationist and 
preneur at the Tennessee Aquarium IMAJt 
Theater. Earle has challenged every obsti 
on her way to tracking whales in th 
fighting with sharks, living for wee 
bottom of the sea and walking unte 
the ocean floor at a depth greater til 
else. Live the life of an adventurer througl 
Earle. Participants must register ii 
calling 1423) 267-FISH. Free. Time to b 



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n With Sylvia Earle." E\perii 



Aquarium presents. ■'Froggin'.' 
Get face-to-facc with frogs from a: 
world at the Tennessee Aquarium. Frogs 
in all different shapes, sizes and colors. 
Explore the habitat requirements of these 
pad lovers and their relationships with h 
Participants must register in advance b 
(423) 267-FISH. $4/mcmber; $8/non-n 
2:30-3 PM. 

October 10 — Symphony Pops are preforming "A Tic 

Ride: The Beatles Revue." Robert Bcmha 

conductor. Jeans & Classics featuring P 

Brcnnan, guitar and Jean Meilleur, 

ist. Concert will be held at the Tivoli Thefl 

aiSPM. For ticket information, call 

(423)757-5042. 

October 14 - 17— Comedy Catch presents Jeff Jena, 
tile comedian who talks about politics, 
events and relationships, Jeff is hip, sai 
and well informed. He has appeared oi 
ShowTime. Comic Strip Live. MTV, E 
at the Improv. and The Dennis MUler £ 

October 15— Fernando Ortega will preform at the Tiv 
Theatre at 7:30 PM. For ticket ir 
call (423) 757-5042. 

October 16— Tivoli Theatre presents, "{The Legend a 
Sleepy Hollow." Show begins at 10:15 * 
For ticket information, call (423) 757-5 



leek out SAU and 
lattanooga area events on 
s week's Community 
lendar. 

Page 8 



Spotlight on 

Community 

Service Day 

Page 3 




Check out the latest flagball 
scores and NFL picks, plus a 
feature on the Gym-Masters' 
first home show. 

Page 7 



Crje i§>outf)ern Accent 



The Student Voice of Southern Adventist University 



Thursday, October 22. 1998 



Itudents give back to community 

9 students help community at close to 30 jobs sites 



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Community 




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Keeping student missionaries in touch 




Women 
finally 
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of Conf. 
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Staff member recovers 
from breast cancer 

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Renowned diver speaks 
on Belize's Blue Hole 









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What will happen at the 
105th Congress? 



Discover new ways to 
witness for Christ by 
studying His methods. 






Look for mostly sunny skies 
for your weekend weather 
with highs in the upper 50s 
and lows in the low 30s. 



THE ACCENT OFFICE 

Phone:(423)238-2721 

Fax:(423)238-2441 

Email: accenI@soulhem.edu 

EDITOR EN CHIEF 

Jennifer Artigas 

janigas@southem.edu 

NEWS EDITOR 
Duane W, Gang 

dwgang@southem.edu 
pager:5 14-5252 

PHOTO EDITOR 
Hans N. Olson 

hnolson@souihem.edu 
pager 819-3286 

COPY EDITORS 
Jennifer Pester 

j i7 ip^ siu-r @ souihcm.edu 



A & E EDITORS 
Jennifer Baiizo 

jriikjn/< iwisouihem.edu 

Stephanie Swllley 



RELIGION EDITOR 

Tito Matos 

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SPORTS EDrTOR 
Daniel Olson 

ilfolsimft'soulhem.edu 
pager 819-3316 



ADVERTISING MANAGER 
Betty Artigas 

bjnigjs@southcra.edu 
pager: 819-9723 



CIRCULATION MANAGERS 
Cady Van Dolson 

L-vdolson@soulhem.edu 



COLUMNISTS 

Jamie Arnall 
jamall@southcm.edu 



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STAFF WRITERS 

Fred Bocttcbcr 
fmbocttc@southem.edu 



Dr. Bill Green recruited to head program 

By Laure Chamberlain classes were a mi* of reality and pi 



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jriety of jobs gives students a chance to give back to community 

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An unusual debate in Utah 




The Opinion Page 



It's time to wake up! 



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Quote of the week 

"Religion is not an intelligence test, but a 
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•• Edgar Watson Howe, journalist & author 



About the Accent 




Letters to the Editor 



Starr quote fabricated 



lopTalk' issued an explan 



Courtship gone astray 









W$t g>out!jern Accent 



JENNIFER ART1GAS. Editor in Chief 

DUANE W. GANG, News Editor 

DANIEL OLSON, Sports Editor 

TtTOMATOS, Religion Editor 

JENNIFER BARIZO, A & E Co-editor 

STEPHANIE SW1LLEY, A &. E Co-cditoi 

JENNIFER PESTER. Copy Editor 

JODELIS FERIA, Copy Editor 

HANS N. OLSON. Photo Editor 

BETTY ARTIGAS. Advertising Manage 

DARYL COLE, Adviser 



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>aints shut down Patriots 
n women's Flagball, 28-0 

irwren Wurstle's interceptions help stymie Saints' offense 

)aniel Olson 




Gym-Masters very good 
in initial performances 



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NFL INJURIES 



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QB - Troy Aiknian 

Dallas Cowboys - (collarbone) W R - Willie Davis 

RB - Fred Taylor 
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Jacksonville at Denver: 


Seattle at San Diego: 

(Tie Chillers ndicd only 28 yards 

Tampa Bay at New Orleans 

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Buffalo at Carolina: 
Pittsburgh at Kansas City: 


New England at Miami: 


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Community Calendar 



Southern and Community Events 

Today— Assembly. Church. Gordon Beitz, speaker. 1 1 a.m 

Tomorrow— Vespers. Nei "98. (runs ihrough November 14, 
held every Friday • Sunday, Tuesday and 
Wednesday.) Church. 7:30 p.m. 



October 24— Church service Ed Wright. 

Evensong 6:30 p.m. 
October 25— Set clocks back 



faculty Semite. 4p.m. 

J. Bruce Ashion will perform his new composi- 
linri for mallei percussion. "Paganini 
Varialions," This performance, a premiere at 
SAU. will be in the Aekerman Auditorium at 8 
p.m. as pari of a joint reeilal of Dr. Coulter and 
alumnus Jeremy Francisco. 



Today -December 1 — Chatianooea am! ihc Great War. In 
honor of Die Sllih anniversary of America's 
entry inio World War I. this exhibit recalls 
local participation in the so-called "War to end 
all wars." Phoios. Lamp equipment, all sorts of 
clothing from ihe era. including hoots, hats. 
Red Cross ..ml war uniforms, ami weapons ami 
gasmasks .ire on loan tiom ihe Medal of 
Honor Museum will be displayed in three sec 
lions: Image- <i| War. Chattanooga and the 
War, and Fort Oglethorpe Training Campus. 

Tomorrow — All aboard for our annual excursion to the 

Smokies to savor ihe beautiful sights ot autumn 
as we board the Great Smoky Mountain 
Railway. Our adventure begins in Bryson City 
with a 4- 1/2 hmir trip pulled b\ -team engine 
through (he Nantabala Gorge View the spec- 
tacular Smoky Mountains from a 791-foot Ires 
lie high over Fontana Lake Enjoy a stopover at 
the gorge on the Narilahala Kiver. i Whitewater 
mccca for ratline ami kayal .me ihe rapids. 
Prior to boarding, we will en|oy lunch with a 



a Rich Mai 



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Chattanooga and Area Events 

Today— The Chattaiioogu Symphony salutes "ISRAEL AT 
50!" Sponsored by ihe Israel at 50 Committee. 
An evening ot Mo/an ,nul Slio.takoviek. at the 
Tivoli, featiirmi.' guest pianist ORLl SHAHAM 
ROBERT BERNHARDT, conductor. For tick- 
ets call Ihe symphony office at (4231 267-8583. 

Today - October 26 — The Masque of Beauty and the Beast 

will be performed in the fanciful manner of a 
sixteenth-century French masque. It will be 
performed in the Youth Theatre. For more 
information, call 267-8534. 






15 — Renowned graphic designer 
Malcolm Grcar will be ihe focus of an exhibi- 
tion ai the Hunter Museum. Grcar is the head 
ot a distinguished design ["inn founded in I960 
and a long time professor at Rhode Island 
School of Design. One of his most recent and 
high profile deign projects was to create a 
number of prominent design clemenLs for lhcl996 
Olympic Games in Adanta. This exhibition of his 
work is done in conjunction with UTC, where 
acoiupaiiiijii show ol his designer's work 
will be on view at the George Ayres Cress Gallery 






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Trip is Open to all age-., hut there is a limit of 
93 group members. Cost is: Adult: 
$59/Membcr, S69/Non-member - Child: 
S46/Member; S56/Non- member 

r 24 — Nature dramatically expresses itself with 

vibrant colors, crisp air and the unmatched 
scents of harvest time. Soak up nature's inspira 
lion and express yourself using the an ol nature 
journal ing led by Aquarium educators in the 
Tennessee River Gorge. A nature journal or 
diary can be main dilleient Ihmg. depending 
on each individual, talent ami -pee I lie purpose 
We will explore different siyles ol nature jour- 
nals and use exercises to lead us on a personal 
adventure in wnting. A healthy luncheon will 
be provided Please wear comlortahlc cloihmg 
appropriaie lor gentle hiking and silling in the 
woods. If interested in documentation by 
sketching, photographing, or collecting, please 
bring appropriate equipment. Donna 
Thompson, who holds an M.A. in English wnh 
a concentration in Writing, ha- published arti- 
cles, fiction, and poetry in various literary and 
popular magazines Dana Herger is a nature 
journalist and photographer with a B.S. in 
Biology, 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Trip is open to 
ages 12 and older and is hunted lo 15 partici- 
pants. Cost is: SLVnicnilvr. >2tl/uoiimeinher 
Pot Point at Tennessee River Gorge Trust 

s and a list of supplies will be mailed 
ttrticipant prior to the workshop. 






October 24-FIDDLER ON THE ROOF will be performed 
at Memorial Audiionum .u S;tMl p.m. The well- 
loved musical story of Tevye the dairvman. Ins 
wife and daughters, and the people of his vil- 
lage in tum-ol-tlic century Russia. A family 
musical about lam, K' features ihc hu sonjs "It 



"Sunrise, Sunst 

Tony Awards. Presented by TAPA. i 
are reserved at S32.50, S28.50 and $24.5 
There is a S2.50 discount per ticket w 
EdgeCard. Tickets are on sale now at 
Memorial Auditorium box office or c 
phone (423) 757-5042. 

length of time— IMAX 3D ... So Real. It's 
Unreal! Praclically next door to the Tent 
Aquarium, the massive six-story -high II 
3D Theater co bine- hrcalhtakingly life-l 
and crystal clear 3D images with 
art six channel IMAX digital sound. You 
like you're in the movie, not just watchin; 

EVEREST - Climb in the footsteps o 

over creaking chasms and up towenn 
through a harrowing rescue of fellow 
taineers in the infamous 1996 tragedy. Ri 
all with the Everest IMAX earner 
journey into the danger /one of oxygen-ll 
altitude that is the height of advei 
12 noon.2 p.m.- Daily 9 p.m. (Fri. & Sat 

WINGS OF COURAGE - Imagine y 
an open cockpit bi-plane careening o 
Andes. Instead of pilot's goggles, vis., 
the Tennessee Aquarium IMAX Theater' 
only need a pair of 3D glasses to brave tl 
high-flying action on board the 1930's 
featured in Wings of Courage. This is 
inspiring true -lory of three legendary 
neering French aviators who made the 
toric and extremely dangerous airmail 
across the treacherous mountain range 
Andes. 40 min. 4 p.m., 6 p.m.- Daily £ 
(Fri. & Sat. only) 



INTO THE DEEP - Chattanooga's pi 
IMAX 3D feature, "Into the Deep." i 
world's first giant-screen IMAX 3D i 
film. Travel to depths of up to 6 n *<*<• 
Channel Islands kelp forest off 

to sea lions. On this undei v. ..u ■■ i i. 

see the world in a whole new way. 411 
1 1 a.m.,I p.m., 3 p.m., 5 p.m.- Daily ' 
(Fri. & Sal. only) 






Permanent Theme Exhibit— Chattanooga Country: 
Rivers, and People. The History Must 

permanent exhibit illustrates events in 
torical periods and how they shaped tl 



;op1e from prehis 



The 



present Early Land. Early Pt 
Cherokee Nation, growth and Condi 
South and the Dynamo of Dixie. 



lead all about one of 
routhern's students who is 
ggularly on the news. 

Page 5 



Up for some stargazing, 
or trying to find the 
perfect restaurant? 

Page 6 



Find out the latest flagball scores 
plus the latest in the NBA, NFL 
and Major League Soccer. 



Page 8 



nftjje H>outf)ertt Accent 



The Student Voice of Southern Adventist University 



Thursday. October 29. 1998 



Mumni weekend begins today 



Dr. Norman 
Gulley to 
retire after 
21 years at 
Southern 




tional 
ection Day 
Jovember 3 



Campus Safety adds parking spaces 

Conference Center's male residents get new parking 




Unpaid student accounts result in ID card deactivation 



iside.... 



Campus News, p. 2 

Find out how the Nursing 

department is planning 

to completely revamp 

its AS program. 



Should the US still be 
supporting Israel? 



Are you destined to date 
your parents? 



Weather 

Look for partly sunny 

skies for your weekend 

with highs in the 70s and 

lows in the high 40s. 



Southern Adventist University 



Doing business at the 




Balloon 
Arrangements 





Produce 

|The freshest and best price 
in the area. 



Deli 

Vegetarian meals served daily 

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

Fresh Daily 

Salads, vegetarian sandwich 
spreads, and all kinds of 
vegetarian sandwiches 



Floral Department 

Mary Lou O'Brien — florist 

TeleFlora, free delivery on campus. ! 

Purchase of at least $15 will be 

delivered free within 

a 15-mile radius of Collegedale. 

Free delivery to funeral homes in the Chattanooga area. 




"Saturday Night Live" 

Win a free gift every 30 minutes at a lucky register when the bell rings 
Hungry? Saturday night the VM Deli will have for sale: 
<£?? Vegetarian Hot Dogs @ 2 for $1, and Vegetarian Burgers @ $1 each 




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lumete 

uper Links 

mo (NEW!) 

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i-Chik (Reg or Low-Fat) 

edi-Burger 

.inketts 
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'(.■tier Lake 
erkettes 
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30.00 2.8S 

27.50 2.65 

25.50 2.49 

28.50 2.75 

23.88 2.39 

25.00 2.39 



Natural Touch 

Blueberry Toaster Square (NEW!) 

Walnut & Date Toaster Square (NEW!) 

Vegan Burger Crumbles 

Vegan Sausage Crumbles 



12/12.5 32.00 22.50 2.39 Chik Patties 



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tripples 
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DRY MIX 
Cedar Lake 

Beef Mix (NEW!) 
Chik'n Mix (NEW!) 
Taco Mix (NEW!) 
Chorizo Mix (NEW!) 

REFRIGERATED 

Morningstar Farms 

Garden Vege Patties (NEW!) 
Spicy Black Bean (NEW!) 
Prime Pattie (NEW!) 
Chik Nuggets (NEW!) 
Breakfast Patties (NEW!) 



Saturday night only! Fri-Chik/Low Fat Fri-Chik 12/12.5 oz. $18 

Village Market will be open Saturday, Oct. 31, 8:30 p.m. - 

Phone: 423.238.3286, 423.238.3353 — Fax: 423.238.3287—5002 University Drive — Collegedale, 



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The Opinion Page 



What does Homecoming 
mean to you? 




Quote of the week 

"The legitimate object of government is to do 
for a community of people whatever they 
need to have done, but cannot do at all, or 
cannot so well do for themselves in their sep- 
arate and individual capacities. In all that 
the people can individually do as well for 
themselves, government ought not to inter- 
fere." 

—Abraham Lincoln, note on government, July 1, 1854. 



A sequel to Waco is brewing 




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JENNIFER ART1QAS. Editor in Chief 

DANIEL OLSON. Spons Editor 

TITOMATOS, Religion Editor 

JENNIFER BARJZO. A & E Co-editor 

STEPHANIE SW1LLEY. A & E Co-editor 

JENNIFER PESTER, Copy Editor 

JODELIS FERIA, Copy Editor 

HANS N. OLSON, Photo Editor 

BETTY ARTIGAS, Advertising Manager 

DARYL COLE, Adviser 



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K\)e g>outljern accent 



Star-light 
Star-bright 



Music Professor's Composition 
Perfomed in Ackerman 




Destined to Date Your Parents? 



'i^*iLi"f,*' , ' f';ii' '" ' ' '"*'' Acting ^ e a,ll J Peking a male „ ,'„";"„,; 

like our parents is currently con- 'j 

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Sports 

tEpe g»outl)etn 9ctent 



Summaries of flagball games Hey Man! Shoot the bain 



Ingersoll 13, Slagle 12 

(] 42, Harvey 7 with a drive that wen! the length or the field ^ Cry: 





Chicago Fire roars by D.C. United, 2-0 




(ANTED: Efficient Quarterbacks 



New England at Indianapoli 






I i ndianapolis ihe Accent Edilorii a Nineri fan 



Tennessee at Pittsburgh: 



New Orleans ut Oirulm.i: 



Denver at. Cincinnati: 



Jacksonville at Baltimore: 



Miami at Buffalo: 



New York Giants at Washington: _ Oakland al Seattle: 



New York Jets at Kansas City: 



St. Louis at Atlanta: 



Dallas at Philadelphi 

The last Monday nigh" 
learns revolted in (he EagJ, 



(onday nighl game belwei 
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Minnesota at Tampa Bay: HK__ 

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you keep in touch with 
your friends. 

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on local, state, regional, 
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bloom with happiness 




Shop 

Village Market! 

Floral 




Phone (423) 238-3286 & (423) 238-3353 

Fax (423) 238-3287 

5002 University Drive , Collegedale, TN 37315 




Don't miss oct on the Fiesta Party 
Today! 

Party will begin at 5 p.m. 

on the Promenade. 

Free prizes, fun games, and more! 




Community Calendar 



Southern and Community Events 

Today—Assembly. Church, Young Alumni.. 1 1 a.m. 
Last day to dmp .1 da--. an .minmaiically 

SA Promenade "Fksla" party. 5 PM. 
Today - October 31— Alumni homecoming. 



Chattanooga a 



October 31— Church 5. 



November 2— Last day for HIT, luition refund 

(S100 fee/total drop). 

Academic Affairs. 3:30 p.m. 
November 2 - 6— Preregisiration. 
November 2 - 20— Black Christian Union's food d 
November 3 — No tuition refund lor withdraw als. 



> Area Events 



Today • November IS— Renowned graphic designer 
Malcolm Grcar will be ihe focus of an exhibi- 
tion at the Hunter Museum. One of his most 
recent projects was 10 create a number of promi 
ncnt design elements for the 1 9% Olympic Games 






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Eld out how you can travel 
gs summer and get credit 

it. 

Page 2 



How can you best wit- 
ness to others? 

Page 6 



What's going on with flagball? 
Find this out along with other 
sports news, including this week's 
NFL picks. 

Page 8 



3tf)e ^outrjern Accent 



The Student Voice of Southern Adventist University 



Thursday. November 5, 1998 




Southern's faculty start 
prayer group 



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in AcroFest 1998 

I.Heer.iiy Gv„.M.,.,e.e, will also help leach 

tn'ochl by woild el ' I hat performed for 
III l Ihe Colon* > D , 


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children's 




choir to 
perform 
Saturday 

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uthern profess 

think SwiUcy £ 


ors among 1998 Who's Who 

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side.... 


Campus News, p. 2 

alarming news on how you might be 
at risk tor meningitis 


Opinion, p. 5 

What are killer breasts 

and how do they affect 

you? 


Religion, p. 6 

How will you stand in the 
time of trouble? 


3.' 


Weather 



I How to Reach Us I 



THE ACCENT OFFICE 

Phone:(423)238-2721 

Fax:(423)238-2441 

Email: accenK&'srtuthem.udu 



EDITOR IN CHIEF 

Jennifer Artigas 

janigas@soulhem.edu 
pager: 514-5461 



COPY EDITORS 

Jennifer Pester 

jmpestcr@souihem.edi 



A & E EDITORS 

Jennifer Barizo 

j mbarizo @ sou th e m ,ed i 



RELIGION EDITOR 

Tito Matos 

tsniaius's -iOUthcm.edu 

SPORTS EDITOR 

Daniel Olson 

drvihunWsouIhem.edu 
pager: 819-3316 



Lfdiilv.M'" MUlltliTII olll 



COLUMNISTS 

Jamie A mall 

jamall@soulhem.edu 



Mark Sandoval 



STAFF WRITERS 

Fred Boettchcr 

fmbocMc@soulhem.edu 



Southern to take students to the Bible lan< 




Hurricane George devastates the Dominica 




►nlirp rpnort uonth tn award 


PSYCHOLOGY 


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hurch officials g|£S|£gis^ 

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Want to Take a Fun Class This Spring or Summer? 

Tell us if you have an interest in taking the following classes (rank your interest between 1 "not really interested" and 4 "very 
interested"). Also tell us when you would like to take the classes, either Monday through Thursday right after graduation (May 
3 - 6, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.), or during the last week of 4th summer session in August: 



Scriptwriting for Media (TV, film, \ 
Scrip Writing for Radio 
SciipLwriting for 
Skat.cn writing tor Drama 






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oncepts of Drama Hi 

ligital Photography 12 3 4 

Photography as Art 12 3 
Selling Stories NPR Style/Radio 

Feature Stories 1 2 3 * 

Insight Magazine Writing Workshop 12 3 4 

Guide Magazine Writing Workshop 1 2 3 4 

WHEN WOULD YOU LIK£ TO TAKE ANY OF THE 

E L -ii t^:i": TJliry . . - 

^Irin to Washington D.C. vi si t ing such piacee as : 
t The Washington Post 

► GanneU and USA Today 

► The NewseLm in Rrl ingtm, Virginia 
y Lunch at the National Press Club 
» Congress 

l The Holocaust Museum 
» World Church Headquarters and offices fox liberty and Afcentist 

Review 
» Review & Herald Fufalishim wwneiacion and editorial offices for 
GUirte, Listen, Kifarane Lire, Mraiof Spirit, VaeS&k, and book 

» Wvertiairg and FR Firms 



11. liberty M.itM/ine Wrilinii Workshop 12 3 4 

12. Women of Spirit Writing Workshop 12 3 4 

13. lasten Magazine Writing Workshop 12 3 4 

14. Adventisd Review Writing Workshop 1 2 3 4 

15. Opinion and Column Writing 12 3 4 
Ifi. Digital Graphics for Video 12 3 4 
17. Fund Development Workshop: Sessions might include 

planning special events (lite golf tournaments, galas, etc. J, 
direct KBil writing, major donor prospecti-^- plnmirr/ the acnual cam- 
oalnn, grant siting, martetirtJ for ■non-profits, relationship building, 
global Dh^^anthrroy, capital campaigns, volunteer leorierslup, careers i 
philanthropy 12 3 4 

MAY OH AUGUST 



ABOVE CLASSES 



ling at the Kennedy Center 



Would you like to go during Spring Break? 
Mould you like to go during the sumrer? 
Other -imes you voulri like to qo? 



that might ir.tereat \-:>lT' 



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The Opinion Page 



Media sensationalism must end 

By Eric J. S. Townsend 



01 .if pnxJ lor inam jxopk Ju-il look .il Bol 
i aboul all the members of Congress rcveali 



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What is Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)fl 



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CABL Corner 



Southern's 1998 Triathlon 






QDrje g>outI)ern Accent 

The Student Voice of Southern Advcnlisl Univereiiy 
P.O. Box 370. ColleEcdidc.Tcnn. 37315 (423) 238-2721 

JENNIFER ART1GAS. Edilor in Chief 

DANIEL OLSON, Spoils Edilor 

T1TOMATOS, Religion Editor 

JENNIFER BARJZO, A & E Co-edilor 

STEPHANIE SW1LLEY. A & E Co-editor 

JENNIFER PESTER. Copy Editor 

JODELIS FERIA. Copy Editor 

BETTY ARTIGAS, Advertising Manager 

DARYL COLE. Adviser 



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in the road, an older man of at least ' 
• 60 years did the turn-around and ■ 
; headed back, "Who was the last b 
r ; contestant?" I wondered. Soon [ 
I after, she showed up. And no won- ; 
,, der that the girl was last. She was ■ 
!e the only person without a 10-speed, ! 
g instead, she was using a ponderous ' 
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magical afternoon in the fall 



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turrent Medicine and You 

jller Breasts - What are they and are you at risk? 

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Consider this... 



Jamie 
Arnall 






[ire Me: Advice from the Guy Behind the Desk 

joking for a family-friendly company 



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Religion 



Thursday, November 5, 1998 



3Tf)c jgxmtljrrit accent 



Do you want to give up self? 



& 

Tito i 
Matos i 



;;"From His earlist years He was possessed of one^cJ^g 
^ purpose; He lived to bless others." ™£j? p'™ 



How will you stand in the time 
of trouble? 









Another hand will 

intervene 

From a cloud "about half 

the size of a man's hand" 

that will grow until it fills 

the heavens 










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"AND THOUGH THIS WORLD WITH DEVILS FILLED,! 
WOULD THREATEN TO UNDO US, WE WILL NOT FEARl 

for God has willed His truth to triumph 

THRO UGH US" MARTIN LUTHER 
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How did Christ witness to others? 

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Hffsday. Novembers, 1998 



tEIje S>outIjEtn Accent 



pam Lemon wins in opening playoff round 

ather Landry celebrates her 21st birthday by scoring three touchdowns 



non 26, Saints 



™* Colts 0, Patriots 









though inis lime Kelly F. 



In Shape with Hawaiian Style 






mss^ammsm 



[he Second Half is About to Begin 



Detroit at Philadelphia 



Uj the Indianapolis at Miami: 

Kansas City at Seattle: 
eei.perfeei{5- jslew Orleans at Minnesota: 



Oakland al Bjltmum.'. 



?divisfon >0, ™ 111,C * laUn " St- " jOU ' s at Chicago: 



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San Diego at Denver: 

., iLini-f.-uytn » m .itiimsi iht Charges, 


mta at New England: 


Washington at Arizona: 


[Falo at New York Jets: 

"... ,.„„, tlu, ,, Km. t.,,.,,1,.,.. h> CBS nurks .he l,,-l M L 
«... h. „.W«I m.hc.u^ ich n,.,l ^n„n If,,*, 


Tennessee at Tampa Bay: 
Green Bay at Pittsburgh: 


plina at San Francisco: 


^JK— "•■- 


pinnati at Jacksonville: 


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Tuesday, November 3 



Thursday, November 5 



Final Standings Final Standings 



WnlllL^llil>. Nll\L'llllH-[ -t 



Durtkel . McClaity, laic Broncos 21. Dolphins 

Thursday, November 5 



UVdriL-Mliy. Nn\c[Tit)L-r ■( 






Monday. November 9 



TucsUjy. November 10 



NFL Injuries 




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Bobby made certain to sit next 
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CABL PRESENTS 

Southern's annual "Anything Goes" party 

Come to the Gym Saturday night at 10 p.m. dressed in your class' colors (Freshmen - Black; 
Sophomores - Red; Juniors - Blue - Seniors - Orange) 



Community Calendar 



Southern and Community Events 

Today— Assembly. Church. CABL. lU.m. 

Today ■ November 13 — Pie registration, 

Today - November 20— Black Christian Union's food dri 

Tomorrow — Vesper,. Net '4N. inms llirtntgli November 
14, held every Friday - Sunday, Tuesday 
and Wednesday.) Church. 7:30 p.m. 



AibeniM rhenU.g,,,,! S^elv d^pter presents CHATTANOOGA AND AfiFA EVENTS 

Ed Zinkc speaking on. "Changes in Adventists cvents 

l-dueatu.n C«^rvl Chaoel ,.t ihe Collogedalc Today - November IS d 

MIA Church. 3 PM ' [Nou " lhl ' 1>- ken.^,,^ -ji..phic designer 

Malcolm Grcar will be [he focus of an e) 
CABLParty. Gym, Ifjp.m lion at the Hunter Museum. Oneofhisrr 

recent projects was [o create a number of pi 
nt design elements i". n ihc 1 >»% Olympic > 
Atlanta. This exhibition will be on view 

< ieorjie As [to Cress G;illcry today • Noverr 



Sunset. ?:42 


p.m. 


Christ In Ac 


on. Pierson Chapel 


-Church sen 


ce. Ed Wright. 1 1 a 



November 9 — GRE exam. 

Academic Affairs. 3:30 p.m. 
Audubon String Quanei. Ackcrman 

November 11 — Veteran's Day, 
November 11 - 14— AcroFest. 



Call (423) 267-0968. 

November 6-Prc.Thanksgiving Gospel Sing presented 
Foster Promotions. General admission tii 
available on sale at Memorial AudiloriuO 
office. For ticket information call 
(423) 757-5042. 



■ve you been the victim of 
Jephone harrassment? 
ind out what you can do. 

Page 2 



Read the account of fifteen 
SAU students who survived 
a summer in Spain. 



Page 6 



Flagball season is almost over. 
See which teams made it to the 
finals. Also, a story on the lesser 
known sport of tennis. 

Page 8 



tEfje ^outfjern Accent 



|54Nu. 10 



The Student Voice of Southern Adventist Unh 



Thursday, November 12,1998 



eresa Avant succumbs to cancer at 44 




jsurne 

iting 
orkshop 

be held 
morrow 



Southern alumni to start mentoring 
program for current SAU students 



; "I think the mentoring program is a good p \°zr g f 
\ idea because we'll know if our studies sSisi 
: are doing us any good," said Kelly SH^ 

' Komorowski, senior psychology major. jj* %£<*£ 



Southern 
hosts 
1998 
Acrofest 






story department defeats English 
partment to win Brock Bowl 



only be n'sigood 
pjrtiei- Engli',li pn 



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lopped even ulougll we lost. 



SAU students part of new 
Sabbath School 






side.. 



Campus News, p. 2 



Opinion, p. 5 

A student's recipe is 

given for beating 

the blues. 



A & E, p. 6 

Think you know all about 

Rock City? Learn some 

little 'gnome' facts about 

this tourist attraction. 



Weather 

Expect wanner weather 

this weekend with highs In 

the mid 60s and lows in 

the low to mid 40s. 



THE ACCENT OFFICE 

Phone:(423) 238-2721 

Fax:(423)238-2441 

Email: accenl@southcm.edu 



EDITOR IN CHIEF 

Jennifer Artigas 

jarrJgas@southeni.edu 

pager 514-5461 



COPY EDITORS 

Jennifer Pester 

jmpesier@southem.edL 



A & E EDITORS 

Jennifer Barizo 

j mbari zo @ sou Ih c m .ed i 



RELIGION EDITOR 
Tito Matos 

iMiuiiosi.? suulhcm.edu 

SPORTS EDITOR 

Daniel Olson 

drol son@southem.edu 

pager: 819-3316 



ADVERTISING MANAGER 

Betty Artigas 

bartigas@souihern.edu 
pager: 819-9723 



CIRCULATION MANAGERS 

Cady Van Dolson 

cvdolson@southeni.edu 



COLUMNISTS 

Jamie Arnall 
jamall@southcm.cdt 



STAFF WRITERS 

Fred Boettcher 
fmbocltc@souihem.edu 



asaburdur@soulhem.c 



Telephone harassment hotline operational 






at those arc only the people w 



i survey of 66 students. 56 percent reported Hot Uie\ 



Dv.ighl Magcrs, clean 












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SAU's String Quartet to perform tonight 

By Jennifer liurizo 






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It's not goodbye., 

By Jennifer Artigas 



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we'll say. "See you in a litili 



"Brothers, we do not want you lo be ignorant about those 
who fall asleep, or to grieve like the resl of men, who have no 

We believe that Jesus died and rose again and so we 
believe that God will bring with Jesus those who have fallen 
asleep in Him. 

According to the Lord's own word, we tell you that we 
vho are still alive, who arc left till the coming of the Lord, will 
ertainly not precede those who have fallen asleep. 

For the Lord himself will come down from heaven, with a 
loud command, with the voice of the archangel and with the 
trumpet call of God, and the dead in Christ will rise first. 

After that we who are still alive and are left will be caught 
up together with them in the clouds to meet the Lord in the 
ir. And so will we be with the Lord forever. 
Therefore encourage each other with these words" 



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Community Calendar 



Southern and Community Events 

Today — Assembly Church. Victor Oerkasij. 11a.m. 

Today - tomorrow— Preregis [ration. 

Today - November 14 — Acrofesl. 

Today - November 20 — Black Christian Union's food drive. 



■—Vespers. Net '"J 
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November 14 — Church service. Ed Wright. 1 1 
Evensong 5:30 p.m. 
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November 15 — The Southern Symplionj orchestra will be 

giving their fall conccn le.ilurmc Bruce A -.hum 
on the piano I'crlonmne "k;ip,odie on a Themt 

Orlo Gilbert. Also on the program is Cesar 
Franek's "Symplnin) in d minor" The concert. 



November 16— Academic Affairs. 3:30 p 
November 17— Student Senate. 8 p.m. 



November 18— Blood Assur 

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m'nar lilted, "Lessons in Leadership! 
held in the Memorial Auditoriums' 
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|e a Turkey-day trivia quiz. 

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What is the meaning of life? 

See what one student says. 

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Team Ohio wins championship 

Plus woman's flagball and NFL picks. 

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The Student Voice of Southern Adventist University Thursday, November 19, 1998 

Team McClurg Wins Championship 




Collegedale Church's food drive this weekend 



Students spread sunlight through song 



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Your professors' 

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about Pastoral Ministry 1 
From: sma ciubi 

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Re: Pastor Paul Hoover from 
the Calhoun 8DA church will 
deliver a short presentation 
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■Where: Pierson Chapel in 

Religion Building. 
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AiA mission trip 
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Net '98 finale: conclusion of largest-ever 
satellite outreach program 






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•°tb. widest coverage of any outreach program, ""< 
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The Opinion Page 



What does Thanksgiving mean? 



By Jennifer Artlfias 



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"The year that is drawing toward its close has been 
filled with the blessings of fruitful fields and healthful 
skies. To these bounties, which are so constantly 
enjoyed that we are prone to forget the source from 
which they come, others have been added which are 
> extraordinary a nature that they cannot fail to 
penetrate and soften even the heart which is habitual- 
ly insensible to the ever-watchful providence of 
Almighty God....I do, therefore, invite my fellow-citi- 
zens, in every part of the United States, and also those 
who are at sea, set apart and observe the last 
Thursday of November next as a day of thanksgiving 
and praise to our beneficent Father who dwelleth in 
the heavens." 

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DANIEL OLSON. Sports Editor 

TITO MATOS. Religion Editor 

JENNIFER BAR1ZO, A & E Co-cdilor 

STEPHANIE SWILLEY. A & E Co-editor 

RACHELLE NEWBOLD. Copy Editor 

BETTY ARTIGAS. Advertising Manager 

DARYL COLE, Adviser 



Letters to the Editor 



A defense of SAU's Financial Aid Office 



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CABL Corner 

Southern hosts 1998 Health Fair 




thanksgiving is more than soybean turkey 



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I thank God this season 






mpornnllj. IthankGodl 
Hoi, Spirit to Iran for - 



Christ's way of reaching others 

Salted by Christ 






"m. Besides its role in trade or salary, ™o d ™k"™iw Kc' 
;*"" people also associated salt with noSHS'sta^ 
JJf £ friendship, honor, and loyalty. Sii^i— ™*w! 







Fear through 
the rainy days 






The sky is cloudy and the wind i 
picking up and blowing the leavi 
off the trees. I feel tiny drops of 
rain hit my face and I pull the si« 
of my sweater closer together to 
protect me from the biting wind, 
storm is coming. I pray, "God, 
please send the sun." 



Southern Adventist University 



Doing business as the 



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'he freshest and best price 
in the area. 




Deli 

Vegetarian meals served daily 

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

Fresh Daily 

Salads, vegetarian sandwich 
spreads, and all kinds of 
vegetarian sandwiches 




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Floral Department 

Mary Lou O'Brien — florist 
TeleFlora, free delivery on campus. 
Purchase of at least $15 will be • ■ 

delivered free within 

a 15-mile radius of Collegedale. 

Free delivery to funeral homes in the Chattanooga area. 



Village Market Holiday Sale 



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Rellgion 



Thursday, November 19, 



fEIje #>outf)crn Accent 



People, get ready, He's coming! 












itinS to your iriumohui rei 
iypc.ee nod joy solely In y 









mplish.dtoru."(2T355,. 



Be warned: death is on your trail 




We're closer than ever before 




The meaning of life is just 
to know Him 



tday. November 19, 



S ports 

ailjE grmtljcrn accent 



IcClurg edges Dunkel in title game, 14-12 

Rceptions key to victory in Screen Blocking championship 




Lame predictions? 

Arizona 



am Slagle tames the Colts, 26-0 









k'jni Shij;!i> Htfi I" riiilitl (■rr.iit rois: a Wp"' 





James wins Ha 


y. November 16 
A-League 


By David Warden 


Nile Main. Mm Carnfonh nil Ryan 


Cwidzinski 0(15-8. 15-8) 
2. Dunkel 01 15-12. 28-26) 
al2.FinnellO(15-8. 15-12) 
Sabo 0(15-1. 15-7} 


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2. MinnerOII5-9, 15-11) 
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2. Fuller 01 15-13, 15-5) 


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^BHuaoo^l^Wai'jamtt. Thii Can 


• 2, James 1 (15-9. 11-15. 


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.U.ksnmille at Pittsburgh: 
Kansas City at San Diego: 

New York Jets at Tennessee: 



Oakland at Denver: 
Philadelphia at New York Giants: 



Seattle at Dallas: 



Mi. iiiii ;a Nv,\ En^Lmd: 



Piluburgh Sliders - (calf) 




Jc lasting Smpresijfionsf Jflorisft 



DON SELF INSURANCE AGENCY 

FOUR CORNERS CENTER 

COLLEGEDALE, TENNESSEE 37363 

(423) 396-2126 






££ OF CHRISTMAS TO COME! > 







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(Across from Ooltewah Nursery) 



November 29th, 1:00-6:00 PM 

November 30th 9:00 AM-6:00 PM 

SIQN UP FOR OUR DOOR PRIZE & ENJOY 

OUR "IMPRESSIONS" 



Community Calin 



soiniiKRN ash Community R\rnts 

Today— Assembly. Church. SAU Wind Symphony. 1 1 a.m. 

E. O. Grundsel Lecture Scries. Paul Johnson. 
Ph.D., lo .speak on the rapidly the status of 
North America's Molluscs. Johnson will pre- 
sent information on the ecology of these crea- 
tures and how they are disappearing rapidly. 
The biology department encourages all to 
attend and I cam about bivalve behavior. 

Today - lorn orrow— B lack Christian Union's food drive. 

Tomorrow— Vespers. CARE. 8 p.m 

Sunset, 5.33 p.m. 

November 21— Church service. Celebration of Thanks. 
11 a.m. 

Evensong 5:30 p.m. 
Upsilon Delia Phi Men's Club night. 

November 22— International Food Fair. Church. 12 noon 
6 p.m. 



PRAXIS exam. 
November 25-29 — Thanksgiving Break. 
November 2ft — Thanksgiving day. 
November 27— Sunset, 5:30 p.m. 
November 28 — Church service. Dwight Herod 
November 30 — October stat.cn 
Faculty meeting 



Sav and siring featuring Southern Adve 
University faculty member, Clint Schmi 
the saxophone. He will be in a perform 
Alexander Glazunov's. "Concert for 
Saxophone and Siring Orchestra. Also 
prugram is Lowry's "Rock the Boat," 
Vivaldi's "Concert fo Four Violins. 
featuring CSO violinists. For ticket 
tion, call (423) 267-8583. 









Recital Jennifer ttaivu will pre.eni ,, 
recital featuring pcrlurmances on the * 
piano. Ackerman Auditorium. 8 p.m. 



November 24-Boston Chamber Theater. Memorial 

Auditorium. 10:30 a.m. For more inforn* 
call (423) 757-5042. 

November 29-The Hunter Museum of American 
"Children's Holiday Art Trees." Fo 
information, or for information on o 
exhibits and shows, call c-423 ) 267-1 

hUpJAvYTO.huntcrmuscum.org. 

November 30-The Ray Boltz Christmas Show. 1 
sents this contemporary Christian c< 
seals arc reserved at S 13.50; Artist': 
S17.50. Tickets on sale at all SMU 
lets or charge by phone I-800-791-: 



Memorial Auditorium 7;? 



ead about what students 
Id as the biggest stress 
pever this time of year. 

Page 2 



Are term papers, exams and 
school projects getting you fraz- 
zled? Find out what you can do 
about it. 

Page 3 




Find out how 
women's volley- 
ball is coming 
along this year? 

Page 4 



QTIje H>outI)enT Accent 



The Student V nice „l Southern Aclventist Univer: 



Thursday, December 3,19 



)orm rooms to get ethernet 



vestigation 
nderway on 
ckpack theft 



SM.«X)peryo,."S.»J,.ik l ..lo l . „d son,. 


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How Does SAU Measure Up? 


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ii theft has not ^;; , ;'";t ;:„ 
i" been a prob- S'i" oX,£ 
f', L ; lem before this J£ °" 1 ,~„ 1 ' 
S and [Campus KiSS.'Xi 
J5 Safety] has 5* ȣ,"; 
5 already ISfiS? «?». 
JJ launched an „*"•;, '•,£; 
11,™ attack to solve $£?&,*& 



Students reenact civil war on 
Lookout Mountain for history 



class 



»,S "When you're learning ; 
sCctd firsthand, you can actually ! 
E5 8 et tne feeling of what it ; 
'Sd'u was like to be a soldier in ' 
™jw the Civil War, whereas in ; 
™,°"S the classroom you will J 
"'«"' never come close to that." ; 



Third annual 
Festival of 
Lessons and 
Carols this 
weekend 



tatdiopl.yinSmidicmAdv. 
Uniniriiy. s,ni|*o ny Orel.. 



Next 

Wednesday 
a day to 
recognize 
students 

By Jancllc Chang 

fc..ih.»n.,i..<=.i.. 



side. 



Campus News, p. 2 
SAU's Wind Symphony to 
perform annual Christmas 
concert this weekend, and 
see what students did on 

their trip to New York. 



Read about the best 

ways to beat holiday 

stress. 



Sports, p. 4 

What are Dan-the-man's 

NFL picks for this week? 

Find out this and other 

sports news. 



Weather 

Look for partly sunny 
skies this weekend with 
continuing highs in the 
low 70s and lows in the 
mid 40s to low 50s. 



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Fax:(423) 238-2441 

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pager. 514-5461 



COPY EDITOR 

Jodelis Feria 

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A & E EDITORS 
Jennifer Barizo 

jmbari zo @ s o u them . ed i 



SPORTS EDITOR 

Daniel Olson 

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Jamie Arnall 

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Fred Boetteher 

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Laure Chumberluln 



JsaburdurCg 1 southerns 



Annual Christmas tree lighting 
held this week 



SSi«HsS "I think it's the biggest stress £^SLi^^£ 
• g ™ s . buk« . reliever of this time of year. ^-r» op ,;' r „r*= 
S™™/SIt's a time for friends to get jT^^J; 
iJ^T^SCoSS together and celebrate the T S e H s iXr.vi« 
iliZ^r"'** Christmas season, forget £« m ^s«£| 
L^S^SS about studies and have fun." "*St. ,.,».. „,.. 



Students return from New York trip 



SAU's Wind 
Symphony to 
perform annual 
Christmas concet 
this weekend 

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gram and enjoy the season. 


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null',- "i lie' 1 M,'"in l '\^'"\!!i'l »'« V I'I' ! ' i-i-.nt t« ; .ck 8 ™und. So^ih-J^ '" AdlemTst." 


Ethernet allows access 
everything just the same i 
modem or lab computer, on 
joker and the internet, 
Connection to CompuSi 
and MSN through etherne 
available, and with some e 
work, America Online, 
these are not necessary for i 
mal internet access. 


Christmas caroling replaces this 
weekend's vespers program 

II) 1 win Orange 


Stolen is cra:Ml)'°",ns''io axSi tOS** 


T„i™ d .;°i; ii,i^"" '° ™ n * "'■" , "" m "e " M " •" "• "™ r ■•• -"'s'"!' '"y whm" »i« 


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t.^''!'™.","''"..'''""','. tinations are within two miles %"'',Z2Zlt^n"' 
''nir.' !"'1t'i"°' 4 °* Southern, therefore vans Sii?»Zi™" n£ " 
SflSawS.'SS! probably won't be provided.... ;«™ » ifpraliV 


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The Opinion Page 



row to beat the season's stress 



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Tfte Student Voice of Southern Advcntist University 
PO Bos 370 Collegedale. Tenn. 37315 (423)238-2721 

JENNIFER ARTIGAS, Editor in Chief 

DANIEL OLSON, Sports Editor 

TITOMATOS, Religion Editor 

JENNIFER BARIZO, A & E Co -editor 

STEPHANIE SWILLEY. A & E Co-editor 

JODELIS FER1A, Copy Editor 

BETTY ARTIGAS, Advertising Miinager 

DARYL COLE, Adviser 




Letters to the Editor 



A response to "Relax, Jesus isn't coming that soon 



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rather than compliment 



What's on your mind? 



Is church boring? 









CABL Corner 

How to organize your life 









Sports 



Thursday. December 3, 1998 



tErje Soutljern accent 



Intramural Volleyball in progress 

Team Cwodzinki sweeps Team Dunkel in opening week 



Volleyball Standings and Scores 



Men - League A Women - League a 




\ Basketball beginning to heat 
Dpening weeks 



l Syracuse [S-0> 



t ai #1 Connecticut 



Suixclnj H5 Stanford vs. #2 Maryland 



Galloping to perfection 



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Ballininic ,n Tennessee; 



Dallas at New Orleans: 

IX-lroil ,ii Jacksonville: 
liKli.ui.ipnhs ai Atlanta: 



New inland at Pittsburgh: 



New York Giants at Arizona: 

and wrap up a playoff ^ 

San Diego at Washington: 



San Francisco at Carolina: 
Seattle at New York Jets: 

Chicago at Minnesota: 

'■'■■j^^'.J^^unUspmKndflj 
\ Green Bay at Tampa Bay: 



MuuJav. Nii\embL'r Ml 
UPCOMING GAMES 
Thursday, December 3 Tuesday, December 1 




NFL Injuries I Intramurals 



Basketball Signups 

Signups forms are now E 
Ihe gymnasium for registratioi 
team for Men's "A" i 
league and Women's "A" leagu 



Kansas City at Denver: 
Miami at Oakland: 



Special Christmas Edition 



becial message to all staff and 
(lents from the Accent staff . 

Page 2 



What's your God like? Read 
about one student's opinion. 

Page 6 



3ftje ^>outf)ern Accent 



The Student Voice of Southern Adventist University 



Thursday, December 10, 1998 



IAU professor displays photography in 
lowntown Chattanooga 




ludent 

jrature 
[angelists 
In now 
Irn credit 

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Sign language group to perform tomorrow night 






Southern student initializes donation program 



By Bonnie McConlltU 



t ch chSiu ".Sion" Providing the students with free food 

"S£"i? 1 A1«uVS>5 is not the only service this program is 

7m *£i'"'°' " *"'" providing. By January, Nicole hopes to 

11 ii if add a budgeting class for the thirty- 

umS'siudtiuio, f ; ve f am iiies on the program. 






Russian 
paintings 
on display 
in Brock's 
art gallery 






Scfipalrovsky of a Chcchneyaii 



I How to Reach Us I 



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Email: accenl@souihtm.edu 



EDITOR IN CHIEF 

Jennifer Artigas 

jaitigas@southem.edu 
pager: 514-5461 



A & E EDITORS 
Jennifer Barizo 

jinhan/iiW'souihem.edu 



RELIGION EDITOR 
Tito Mates 

lsmaios@souihcm.edu 

SPORTS EDITOR 
Daniel Olson 

tlrolson@soulhem.edu 
pager. 819-3316 



ADVERTISING MANAGER 
Betty Artigas 

h.ui i iM-.'" 1 souihem.edu 
pager 819-9723 



COLUMNISTS 

Jamie Arnall 

jamall@soulhem.edu 



STAFF WRITERS 
Fred Bocttcher 

lmt>in:lli:<« ■■iHilliiTh l.Iu 




G3 computers 
now in Brock's 

Maclab 



By Alim A. SeylolT 




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Young Artist 
music competitioi 
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The Accent 

staff wish 

all of you 

the happiest 

of holidays. 


Adventist church reconfirms its 
commitment to human rights 

By Jonathan Gallagher 


,.i>,V,''".i '. ' ■ ' . "Seventh-day Adventists are con- 1l "-'» l nrsanizaiiuns to co™- 

'ln,'„Jn,. i. ' ■ VlllLCll llKll UlC C\CR'iSL' 1>I' InlV-J III .i',.h'' n',,,,1^!, ,„ \Z-. ,1^" 

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s.i,j i,.i„.<, ■,, ''■"| i '- f ' i " 1 God's eternal principles. Intolerance rXVs h^eX'/'"*'* 
,„ ,;, , .'..', frequently raises its ugly head. !'',',','. h"!,./ 1 "',, H l ,, '" l """ , 

ii" ( - _■'■!■ despite the human rights progress nuion'siigniiicaiiM. 
iil-j.'.!' ...... i. ■ . '., a. L'oinplished in many nations. ^ '■ »" < ■■ i';."'.' Viu- 


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hat does Christmas mean? 






tere; and thoughts of.. 
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u Christmas songs drift softly to me from my radio. I am once again rem 
s season really means. Christmas is not supposed to be about sire 
d shopping, rather it is about Christ. His birth. His love for fallen 
ifls and family reunion arc Inn. h„i lei u, n,.t f„ w , v.h.n this sea 



Quote of the week 



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i upon the midnight clear, 
That glorious song of old, 
From angels bending near the earth 

To touch their harps of gold: 

'Peace on the earth, good will to men 

From Heaven's all-gracious King' — 

The world in solemn stillness lay 

To hear the angels sing." 

— by Edmond I 



"Remember what the true reason for this 
season really is!" 

— Anonymous. 



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JENNIFER ARTIGAS. Editor in Chief 

DANIEL OLSON, Spons Editor 

TITOMATOS, Religion Editor 

JENNIFER BARIZO, A & E Co-editor 

STEPHANIE SWILLEY. A & E Co-editor 

JODELIS FERIA, Copy Editor 

RACHELLE NEWBOLD. Copy Editor 

BETTY ARTTGAS, Advertising Manager 

DARYL COLE, Adviser 





























































































































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Eight things that are great for skin 



s pH is close 10 skin's. so it's good fi 



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Rules...who needs them? 



i 

Jolene 
Harrell 



in ray experience with Adventist educational institutions, 1 
have become aware of some disturbing patterns of inconsis- 
tency....At the risk of sounding like I am making excuses, if 
I had seen more consistency in school policy, perhaps I 
would have ben a bit more willing to comply to all of the 
requirements. 



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iristmas is just around the corner! 

bthern students speak out about Christmases past and present 

isy MctffUfiy, sophomore journalism major 



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Eric's Top 10 Good Eats 

10. Phat Wraps - 409 Market St., 265-9727. 

9. Rio Bravo Cantina - 7020 Shallowford Rd., 296-0094. 

8. Provino's-South Terrace Plaza. 899-2559. 

7. Thai House Restaurant - 5845 Brainerd Rd., 899-7177, 

6.Formosa Restaurant - 5425 Hwy 153N, 875-6953. 

5. The Big River Grille - 222 Broad St., 267-2739. 

4. Grady's - 2002 Hamilton Place Blvd. 894-4663. 

3. Back-Inn Cafe - 412 E. 2nd St., 265-5033. 

2,Tony's Pasta Shop and Trattoria -212 High St.., 265- 

5033. 

1. J. Alexander's - 2215 Hamilton Place Blvd., 855-5559. 



Restaurant Review - J. Alexander's 

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855-5559 

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SI0-S15 (dinner) 

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Thursday, December 10. 1998 



myt Southern Accent 



What's your God like? 



I feel very different now. I know that God is an awe- 
some God. He knows everything about us. He knows 
what we like and what we can't stand. He knows when 
we cry and when we laugh. And He's there in those 
moments of desperation, when you're questioning His 
very existence. 



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Live and Let Die 

The comfort with greyness, this harsh underestimated sin. 

Preventing all who slumber from giving in to Him. 

Disregarding warnings, hardening of hearts. 

How grave an issue, how horrid a start. 

Was it not sufficient? Is it not known? 

What on Calvary He suffered, so that we might go home? 

i we conform to our human state ignoring a better way I 

honor Him, He suffers still! 

So let us awaken from this blinding sleep. 

Let it be His righteous council we seek! 

Let us honor and praise Him with our every breath. 

For this is a matter of Life and Death! 

— by Jodelis Fcria, a sophomore education major— 



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Intramural Recreation 
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Tuesday. Decembers 
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Thursday. December 10 



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Thursday. December 10 



Women - League B 



Tuesday, December 8 
Wednesday, December 9 



PLAYOFFS 

Thursday, December 10 



Men's and Women's Basketball sign- 
ups are taking place now through 
Tuesday, January 5 at 7:00 pm. 
Register your team today! 



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COLLEGEDALE CREDIT 
UNION and become eligible 
to win an ice skating and 
pizza party for ten! Current 
members included! 



HURRY! THE DRAWING 
WILL BE HELD IN 
JANUARY - SO SIGN L 
NOW! 




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Southern and Community Event 



,v— Vespers. School of Music. 8 p.m 
Sunsci. 5:30 p.m. 

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program. II a.m. 
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:cmber 14— GRE exar 
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December 14 - 17— Semester exams. 
December 15— Campus Shop book buy back. 9 

December 16— Last day lo make up W98 and SS 

incompletes. 

Campus Shop book buy back. 9 a 
December 17— Campus Shop book buy back. 9 
December is - January 3— Christmas vacation. 



December 21 — Semester gr.ide- ii 
December 24 — Candlelight ser\ w 
December 25 — Christmas Day. 



January 1 — New Year's Day. 

Sunset, 5:40 p.m 

January 2— Church si 



. Communion. Randy Han. 



January 3— ACT exam. 8 a.m. 

Enrollment l"f pierces 
3 p.m. -5 p.m. 
Basketball sign-up 

January 4 — Enrollment for preregiMc 



January 7— Assembly. YouthNet. Church. 1 

January 8— Vespers. YouthNet. Church. 8f 

Sunset, 5:46 p.m. 

January 9— Church service. YouthNet. 1 1 a. 
Evensong 5:30 p.m 
Warren Miller's "Free rid ers." (. 

January 10— Joint worship. Dining Hall. 7 p 

January 11— Last day to make changes witho 
for 90% tuition refund ($100 fe. 
Faculty senate. 3:30 p.m. 



January 12-Studenl Senate. 8 p 



December t't- Church s. 



January 4 - 5 — GymMasicr tryui 



■ere have all the trees gone? 
i out this plus information on 
/ students can now buy their 

dbooks online. 

Page 2 



Read about one of your fellow- 
students who was born blind. 
Also, read what your student 
association president has to say 
about "the final lap." 

Page 5 



A pair of Lemons find their 
volleyball championships quite 
sweet. Plus, read about intra- 
mural basketball scores from 
opening night. 



3Hf)e H>outI)£m Accent 



The Student Voice of Southern Adve 



Thursday, January 14. 1999 



Southern Adventist University to observe 
terjinjjjther King Jr. Day next year 




siness 
Jfessionals 
speak for 
. Anderson 
siness 
ture series 



Social work and other departments to move into Daniells Hall 



Southern replaces long distance calling system 



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"1 think it may be a hassle using the debit phone card system if you 
end up having an hour and a half conversation and do not have 
enough money on your card, but I think the new system is more con- 
venient than the old one. Gelling more phone lines far outweighs any 
inconveniences," says freshman engineering major Nicholas Vence. 



Inside.... 



,P-2 



Campi 
The long awaited new 

art professor has 

finally arrived...read 

all about him. 



Opinion, p. 5 

What are the pros and 

cons of unions and just 

how did they get 

started? 



A & E, p.6. 

Read about the top 

places to go to in 

Chattanooga and what 

you can do to get this 

j year off to a great start! 



Weather 

Expect rain and thunder- 
storms for your weekend 
weather with highs in the 
low 50s and lows in the 
upper 30s to low 40s. 




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Our Nation's History 



In Honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day: Monday, Jan. 18, 1999 



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Five score yearn ago. a uru.it American, in 
whose symbolic shadow we si.inJ signed the Eman- 
cipation Proclamation. Tin- momentous decree 
came as a great beacon light of hope to millions of 
Negro slaves who had been seared in the flames of 
:ring injustice. It came as a joyous daybreak to 
end the long night of captivity. 

But one hundred years later, we must face the 
tragic fact that the Negro is still not free. One 
hundred years later, die life of the Negro is still 
sadly crippled by the manacles of segregation and 
the chains of discrimination. One hundred years 
ater, the Negro lives on a lonely island of poverty 
n the midst of a vast ocean of material prosperity. 
One hundred years later, the Negro is still lan- 
guishing in the comers of American society and • 
finds himself an exile in his own land. So we have 
ne here today t. > dramatic ;m appalling condition. 
In a sense we have come to our nations capital 
ash a check. When the architects of our repub- 
wrote the magnificent words of the Constitu- 
n and the declaration of Independence, they 

nerican was to fall heir. This note was a promise 
that all men would be guaranteed the inalienable 
rights of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. 
It is obvious today that America has defaulted 
on this promissory note insofar as her citizens of 
color are concerned. Instead of honoring this 
■acred obligation, America has 51 ven the Negro 
people a bad check which has come back marked 
"insufficient funds." But we refuse to believe that 
the bank of justice is bankrupt. We refuse to be- 
lieve that there are insufficient funds in the great 
vaults of opportunity of this 11a turn So we have 
come to cash this check — a check that will give us 
upon demand the riches of freedom and the secu- 
rity of justice. We have also come to this hallowed 
spot to remind America of the fierce urgency of 
>w. This is no time to engage in the luxury of 
■olingofforto take the trano,in!i:mg drug of 
gradualism. Now is the time to rise from the dark 
and desolate valley of segregation to the sunlit path 
of racial justice. Now is the time to open the doors 
of opportunity to all of God's children. Now is the 
to lift our nation from the quicksands of racial 
tice to the solid rock of brotherhood. 
: would be fatal for the nation to overlook the 
icy of the moment and to underestimate the 
determination of the Negro. This sweltering 
mmer of the Negro's legitimate discontent will 
it pass until there is an invigorating autumn of 
freedom and equality. Nineteen sixty-three is not 
-nend, but a beginning- Those who hojie that die 
Negro needed to blow off steam and will now be 
ent will have a rude awakening if the nation 
ns to business as usual. There will be neither 
.™ nor tranquility in America until the Negro ,s 
granted his citizenship rights. The whirlwinds oi 



I Have A Dream" 



by Martin Luther King, Jr. 

But there is something thai 1 must say to my 
people who stand on the warm threshold which 
leads into the palace of justice. In the process of 
gaining our rightful place we must not be guilty of 

wrongful deeds. Let us nut seek to satisfy our thirst 
for freedom by drinking from the cup 1 if bitterness 
and hatred. 

We must forever conduct our struggle on the 
high plane of dignity and discipline. We must not 
allow our creative protest to degenerate into 
physical violence. Again and again we must rise to 
the majestic height* oi liic-ei mg physical fotce with 
soul force. The marvelous new militancy which has 
engulfed the Negro community must not lead us to 
distrust of all white people, for many of our white 
brothers, as evidenced In their presence here today, 
have come to realize thai then dc-tiny is tied up 
with our destiny and their freedom is inextricably 
bound to our freedom. We cannot walk alone. 

And as we walk, we mu«l make the pledge that 
we shall march ahead. We cannot turn back. There 
are those who arc asking the devotees of civil 
rights, "When will you be satisfied r' We can never 
be satisfied as long as our bodies, heavy with the 
fatigue of travel, cannot gain lodging in the motels 
of the highways and the hotels of the cities. We 
cannot be satisfied as long as the Negro's basic 
mobility is from a smaller ghetto to a larger one. 
We can never lx' satisfied as king as a Negro in 
Mississippi cannot vote and .1 Negro in New York 
believes he lias nothing for which to vote. No, no, 
we are not satisfied, and we will not lie satisfied 

il justice rolls down like water- and righteous- 



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mindful that some of you have 
come hereout of gre it trial- and tribulations. Some 
of you have come fresh from narrow cells. Some of 
you have come from areas where your quest for 
freedom left you battered by the Montis of persecu- 
tion and staggered by the wind* ot police brutality. 
You have been the veterans of creative suffering. 
Continue to work with the faith chat unearned 
suffering is redemptive. 

Go back to Mississippi, go back to Alabama, go 
back to Georgia, go back to Louisiana, go back to 
the slums and ghettos of our northern cities, 
knowing that somehow this situation can and will 
be changed. Let us not wallow in the valley of despair. 

I say to you today, my inuij-, that in spite of 
the difficulties and frustration.* of the moment, I 
still have a dream. It is a dream deeply rooted in 

I have a dream that one day this nation will 
rise up and live out the true meaning of its creed: 
"We hold these truths to be self-evident; that all 
men are created equal." 

I have a dream that one day on the red hills of 
Georgia the sons ot former slave- and thesonsof 

gcthcr at a table of brotherhood. 

1 have a dream thai one day even the state of 
Mississippi, a Jese-ri state, sweltering with the heat 
of injustice and oppression, will he transformed 
into an oasis of freedom and justice. 



You're invited to the one-mile 

Memorial March 
and MLK Birthday Celebration 

at the Tivoli Theatre. 



Special Guest: Justice Adolpho A. Birch, Jr. 
Monday, January 18 
SAU buses departing at 5:15 p.m. in front 
of Wright Hall. Returning by 9 p.m. 

Sip. up «• "'" CT dom - or ,he Student Cen,e 





I have a dream th it mv lour children will one 
day live in a nation where they will not be judged 
by the color of their -kin but by the content of 

I have a dream today. 

1 have a dream that one day the state of Ala- 
bama, whose governor's lip* are presently dripping 
with the words of interposition and nullification, 
will lie transformed into a situation where little 
black boy* and black girl* will Iv able to join hands 
with little white boy* ami white girls and walk 
together as sisters and brothers. 

I have a dream today. 

I have a dream that one day i-very valley shall 
be exalted, every hill and mountain shall be made 
low, the rough places will K made plain, and the 
crooked places will be made straight, and the glory 
of the Lord shall he revealed, and all flush shall see 
it together. 

This is out hope. This is the faith with which I 
return to the South. With this faith we will be able 
to hew out of the mountain of de-pair a stone of 
hope. With this faith we will he able to transform 
the jangling di-cotds of our nation into a beautiful 
symphony oi brotherhood. With ibis faith we will 
be able to work together, io pray together, to 
struggle together, to go to |ail together, to stand up 
for freedom together, knowing that we will be free 

This will be the day when all of God's children 
will be able to *mg with a new meaning, "My 
country, 'tis of thee, sweet land ol liberty, of thee 1 
*ing Land where my father* tiled, land of the 
pilgrim's pride, from every mountainside, let free- 

And if America i* to lie a great nation this 
must become true. So let freedom ring from the 
prodigiou* hilltop, of New Hampshire. Let freedom 
ring from the mighty mountains ot New York. Let 
freedom ring from the hcightcnine Alleghemes of 
Pennsylvania! 

Let freedom ring from (be snowcapped Rockies 
of Colorado! 

Let freedom ring from the curvaceous peaks of 
California! 

But not only that; Id freedom ring from Stone 
Mountain of Georgia! 

Let freedom ring from Lookout Mountain of 
Tennessee! 

Let freedom ring from every lull and every 
molehill of Mississippi. From every mountainside, 
let freedom ring. 

When we let freedom ring, when we let it ring 
from every village and every hamlet, from every 

that day when all ol'Goel'* children, black men and 
white men, Jew* and Gentile -. ProK -tint- and 
Catholics, will be able to |oin b md- and -mg in 
the words of the old Negro spiritual, "Free ai lait! 
Free at last! Tliank God Almighty, we ate free at 



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The Opinion Page 



A new year, a new start. 



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lany people faiihTulIy make them every January b 
n in April of even in February, mosi have noi kep 
: of this, many have n skeptical, even cynical vie* 
i so far as to say that each year they resolve not tc 
ers L-iin>eieritiously i:etp their promise and say this 



r people (if. of course, they are positive resolutions) 
w through with whatever promise wc have made to r 



Quote of the week 



"Nonviolence is the answer to the crucial 
political and moral questions of our time; 
the need for man to overcome oppression 
and violence without resorting to oppres- 
sion and violence. Man must evolve for all 
human conflict a method which rejects 
revenge, aggression and retaliation. The 
foundation of such a method is love." 



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What's on your mind? 



The importance of going downtown 




Crjc ^outljern Accent 



JENNIFER ARTIGAS. Editor in Chief 

DANIEL OLSON. Sports Edilor 

TITOMATOS. Religion Editor 

JENNIFER BAR1ZO, A & E Co-editor 

STEPHANIE SW1LLEY, A & E Co-editor 

JULIA CHENEY. Photo Editor 

RACHELLE NEWBOLD. Copy Editor 

BETTY ARTIGAS. Advertising Manager 

DARYL COLE. Adviser 



CABL Corner 

A New Year's resolution 



- homework and eo f '('COMING t 



The final lap 



io S b«id™j,X)i"i,?Lp You can see the final 

ar one win u« wind, y™ hS lap as your final 

m »* r semester, final school 

JJ remmd 01mdr fcl year or final year for 

^oiSiiSStoylhc riie world. In fact it 

ISrLXiSiSiZ can be applied to 

many different aspects. 



ie Role of the 
jamsters in America — 
jesterday and Today 
art 1 - The Yesterdays 



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[ission Impossible 
'Ultimate Game Show' 

Clue #1 - What Former SAU SA President 
is now a teacher here at Southern? 



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I was born 
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Sometimes it takes just 
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A &E 



iEllE Southern Sccent 



The 1999 Adventure Guide 



By Stephanie Swilley 



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Forndv 


mures io good old Chauanooga. again, sec related 


slargazmg walk when Ihc 


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Meeting new people in 1999!!! 



Multicultural 
Ba,vs 



celebrate: Black history during 

February and would like to celebrate 

other multicultural days. If you and your friends 

would like to help plan and host a Multicultural Das 

focusing on yout culture or nationality, please 

contact Verna Burghart at extension 283 1 . 

We are now planning events fot the 

1999-2000 school year. 

Ideas: 

Canadian Day 

Australian Day 

Hispanic/Latino Day 

Asian/Pacific Islander Day 

American Indian/Alaskan Day 



The ten best music albums of 1998 

By Kami- rem DuVnshcr 

ilk- infiuik' '.[UkUs.. ihr. , L .u\ fini-u..il si.v, tn»-t It'll mminIii """ >i'lk 'I .ilk- llif |i.,inMi ■..urns "I Ctir.Mi.in nvk h.v.c n.'lu 



Out on the town: things to 
check out in Chattanooga 






i (eouinn/popl. Oulkast 










;day, January 14, 1998 



QHjc Southern Accent 



)lunteers are Fiesta Bowl victors 

onal Championship adds to rich heritage of Tennessee football 












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seven yards. Tennessee one J.is ,,iuJ i.-huejs ihu-jn 
iht yie.ik-sl jLiuc cudi use il on his pbw.. if liv", , 
B.-hh> bo^Jen. .,n,l his up Tli,; p| JVL -r- httun e.Jli, 






(aching carousel spins 'round 

















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SuuUi and Rands M ell enough I. 






The Falcons will hove 10 play a 
















Bears: Don, Capers, dismissed b, ihc 
















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Wannslcdl wis liked by many ol bis players. 


Pick: Vllung, 






New York Jets al Denver: 


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Lemons not to be denied 

Brother, sister finish volleyball season as winners 

By Daniel Olson M( j appeared ready to sweep Team Minner 

















You Did It. 



Come See It. 



Coming 

April 18, 1999 



Southern and Community Events 



OnJergraduaUonBimouncemcnisftomflie 

< Jinpus Shop ihnmgh January 29. 

Student Week of Spiriiual Emphasis cominu 

with an tvciiiiii; mcoune In iht Colkycd.ik- 



:e. Roland Hcgslad, 1 1 a.m 
Evensong. Church. 5:30 p.m. 
Sigma Theia Chi Women's Club night. 



Junuary 18 — Mar 



Academic Affairs. 3 p.m. 
January 19-Senior class organization. 

January 20-Last day to waive school insurance. I Heal! 
Services). 
Family nigh, al , ne Collegedale Church, 



Rodent editors to be appointed 
Irther than elected starting with 
lext year's editors. Find out what 
his means and how it affects you. 

Page 2 



Read about a new Bible study 
group on campus and also 
discover a new view on 
creation. 

Page 3 



Find out the latest stats for 
this season's basketball 
intramurals. 

Page5 



tKIje H>outI)ern Accent 



The Student Voice nf Southern Adventist University 



Thursday. January 21, 1999 



llanket wins Gospel Music 
association Regional competition 




Student raises 
question of safety 
on SAU's campus 



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ii.-ti.-J. mJniLhul. Jri LKr,.,.!,.,. ^ Hli the help of one oj 



tudent concerto contest winners to 
erform with Southern Adventist 
niversity's symphony orchestra 




Inside.... 



Campus News, p. 2 

Don't miss today's 
Health Career Fair 
held in the gym. 



Opinion, p. 3 

A concerned citizen 

raises questions on the 

upcoming community's 

Greenway project. 



A tribute to what many 

have called the greatest 

basketball player ever - 

Michael Jordan 



Weathei 



Look for rain and 
thunderstorms for your 

weekend weather with 
highs in the low 60s and 

lows in the upper 40s. 




Ken Wetmore 
wutmorc@soulJicrn.edu 

,l.in. Ik Chang 
jechnns@soulhcm.edu 

STAFF WRITERS 



Dr. Bert Coolidge, who was an aim im, 
reIuiSnit"'.e""*S'" it" Accent sponsor for four years, °°joyc5 

1 -" ">»i "i i voted against the policy. He i.^.i-i' 1 , 1 V .i 

the election fa nest school feels that losing the Student »' roakinE a sp« 

| media elections will weaken the - ■ 

,' ! | ' l |' student government. He also ^ j 

'■mmm'm^n.,^ IX- anmem ^lieVeS tnat me neW policy Will '<<" ">* S,.utli. n , h. 

J ' ', ' ' i turn students publications into -" 

I;/, 1 ' ') vlccteidcnt 1 Publications by Students, and ^editor and riK- 

shliL-','' ImJ^'uiii' be tnat students who aren't commu- |UIL| ; ' i ,,il ; 

r^Sr^ucmV^iiTM! niations majors will lose interest ^" , ;J' i '; i ' r m Si " 
'"T'luT! im°i ,u»mit m in running for an office. 15"* I h "r™ ""' 



The Accent is looking for news 

writers. If interested, please 

contact the Accent office 

via phone: 238-2721, or by email: 

accent@southern.edu. 



Local health 
professionals t 
speak at Health 
Career Fair tod 
in lies PE Cent( 
for assembly 






The Opinion Page 




d Hie though! Ih.x He ...le.ill. tu:i we help.. el m mi. Ii i pei-mul nip.^l.inl 



About the Accent 



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O. Boj 370. Colleeedale.Tenn. 37315 (423) 2 

JENNIFER ARTIGAS. Edicor in Chief 

DANIEL OLSON, Spons Editor 

TITOMATOS. Religion Editor 

JENNIFER BARIZO, A & E Co-editor 

STEPHANIE SWTJ-LEY. A & E Co-editor 

JULIA CHENEY. Photo Editor 

RACHELLE NEWBOLD, Copy Editor 

BETTY ARTIGAS, Advertising Manager 

DARYL COLE, Adviser 



Daniells Hall reuse 
applauded 

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Is the Green way well 
thought out? 






SMA sponsored Bible 
study group a must 



mole really appreciate iuir 









CABL Corner 

Web surf your way to wellness 












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The role of the teamsters 
in America, yesterday 
and today 

Part 2 - The problems of the 
worker today 



Dear Daddy. 



Janelle 
Chang 









Proud to be an American? 



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Mission Impossible 
'Ultimate Game Show' 

Clue #2 - What teacher was hired in 1966 

and is still leaching here at SAU?" 

Hint: There is more than one possibility. 

Good luck in winning the CASH. 



An letter to SAU's faculty 



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Sports 



jrsdav. January 21. 1998 



TOje gioutljeni accent 



JChael Jordan Will be miSSed Intramural Basketball Game Report 

Team Abbott withstands Team Rasmusson, 52-42 



fcly life's startir 


g to go into a different 


Rage. Basketball 


was the first stage in my 


fife, and it had to 


end. I chose to walk away 


Knowing I could s 


ill pla\ liie game." 




- Michael Jordan 




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Jordan's accomplishents 







ntramural Basketball Scores and 
Standings 



Men's AA League Men's A League II 





■Mlay. January 21 


Tuesday, January 19 
Wednesday, January 20 




Men's A League 1 


Thursday, January 21 




S" !:» \Z 


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Women's A League 








Wed 


"Cm^pj" 


Team Slagle 0-1 'ooo 




Men's B League 


Tuesday. January 19 
Christenscti v. Single, ppd. 






The Accent is looking for 
sports writers. If interested, 
please contact the Sports 
Editor via phone or email, 
or email the Accent at: 
accent@soitthern.edu 


i™. 


nesday. January 20 



Come See It 

Strawberry Festival 

Coming 

April 18, 1999 



MID-WINTER PARTY 

January 30th in the Gym 

The fun begins at 8:00 

Doors open at 7:45 



Southern and Community Event! 



January 24— Symphony concert" eoneert. Church, i 
January 25— Last thy for \% discoutll on December 



Jiinuiiry 2.1 ('hmdi service Ed Wright. lia.m. 

Evensong, Church. 530 pm 

SA Midwinter Puny. 7:-15 p.m. Gym. 



Faculty meeting. 4 p.m. 
January 26— Student Senate. 8 p.m. 
January 27-Family n ighi at the Collegcdalc C 



out how you can score a 
chdown' in the Super Bowl, 
d about the increased funding 

ore Collegedale police. 

Page 2 



Why does a theology 
student say that adultery is 
not sin? And just what are 
the "4 Big Cheats?" 

Page 6 



Intramural basketball action is 
heating up as Team Ohio, Team 
NWO and Team Sorenson all 
improved to 3-0 on the seaon 

Page 7 



ffifte ^outbern Accent 



The Student Voice of Southern Adventist University 



Thursday. January 28, 1999 



rOllegedale's Greenway construction underway 

ity manager and others optomistic about Greenway's future 



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School of Religion 
approved to charter 
chapter of Theta Alpha 
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rr.T.uii-. ru [| lL . sociciy promotes 

<ha Koppj further study of rcl igjon sen 

mules *fuiih« ^ ^CO'Ofiy ; ' [ 'he gfild- ^ 

ly »f religion uate and undergraduate c\c 

cijjuj'Jc^nd levels.... and encourages °a 

kfBrudujiL- excellence in research, Tl " 

i excellence learning, leaching and re ii 



Inside.... 



Ill 


Campus News, p. 2 
Read what a Southern 
graduate does and how 
he travels and witness- 
es at the same time. 


Read what life as a 

student missionary 

is like in Russia. 


Religion, p-6. 

Did Jesus every 

laugh? Read what 

one student thinks 

about this. 


Weather 

Expect mostly sunny skies for 

your weekend weather with 

the exception of occasional 

rain. Highs will be in the 

low 50s with lows in the 

upper 20s to low 30s. 



THE. ACCENT OFFICE 

Phooc:(423) 238-2721 

Fax:(423)238-2441 

Email: acccnt@souihem.edu 



EDITOR IN CHIEF 

Jennifer Artigas 

janigas@soulhem.edu 
pager. 514-5461 

COPY EDITORS 

Rachelle Newbold 

mewbold@souiluTri.niii 



A & E EDITORS 
Jennifer Barlzo 

jmbarizo@southem.edi 



SPORTS EDITOR 

Daniel Olson 

drolson@southem.edu 
pager 819-3316 

PHOTO EDITOR 

Julia Cheney 

jacheney@southcm.edu 
pager: 514-5252 



ADVERTISING MANAGER 
Betty Artigas 

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CIRCULATION MANAGERS 
Julia Cheney 

jacheney@souihem.edu 



STAFF WRITERS 









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Students can score a touchdown 
in the "Souper Bowl" food drive 



*aihcr around* their tt-iev!- "^ ac ' 1 y ear - churches and organiza- j'!"" ,ulm ; ' ,.'"".' J HdLF1 
.ions 10 eat and watch the tions across the United States focus 

II, countless more will go their attention On lighting hunger the food dnvc^y'brmg'ing' 

""vo^'mny think that there by Conducting a 'SoUper BOWP cw\"»"he"samari°lmCenl« 

:'' J ""d.' c i!' l> J '"s"uliL;ni'" x'Z food drive on Super Bowl Sunday." m^^^.j '^.faT^ 






Frist announces 
funds for more 
Collegedale policf 

By Margaret Camp & Nick Smith 



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rsday, January 28, [999 



From the Editor 



leering only from the sidelines? 



11 tr> 111^ loeei tntuUk e.iine Hut ! ean i I enn only elieer my friend- 
.■r if ihafs «li.n God feels ike Day .ifter day we go about our busy 
tg thought. 



ing to burst with the joy of finally heme able to help His c 
saying. "Okay. I'm here to help." as He guides us through o 



Quotes of the week 



Champions aren't made in gyms. 

Champions are made from 
something they have deep inside 
hem — a desire, a dream, a vision. 
They have to have last-minute 
stamina, they have to be a little 
aster, they have to have the skill 

and the will. But the will 
must be stronger than the skill." 



— By Muhammad Ali, The Greatest, 1975 



About the Accent 



tKhc Southern Accent 



JENNIFER ARTIGAS, Editor in Chief 

DANIEL OLSON, Sports Editor 

T1TOMATOS, Religion Ediior 

JENNIFER BAR1ZO. A & E Co-editor 

STEPHANIE SWILLEY, A & E Co-e 

JULIA CHENEY, Photo Editor 

RACHELLE NEWBOLD. Copy Ediior 

BETTY ARTIGAS. Advertising Managei 

DARYL COLE. Advi; 




In support of the mall ZS^SS^^I^IS"^ 






xinefits by then 
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slept en H lob. 



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^ Authority brings 
' responsibility 






CABL Corner 

Health Career Fair 




n 



Thursday. January 28, 1999 



Fingerprints on 
the heart 



Tap your brakes 



■ 

Janelle 
Chang 



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God leaves imprints too. Answered 
prayers; newly discovered promises; 
sunsets at the end of a frenzied day. 






Charla Expn* 
Candy iS>. 



: [nought of being plungi: 



The Accent wants 

YOU 

to be a columnist. 



Current medicine and you [From Russia.. 



Are you sex smart? 















Mission 
Impossible 

'Ultimate 
Game Show' 

Clue #2 - What teacher 

was hired in 1966 
and is still leaching here 

at SAU7" 

Hint: There is more than 

one possibility. 

Good luck in winning 

the CASH. 



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Doing business as the 





Balloon 
Arrangements 



Deli 

Vegetarian meals served daily 

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

Fresh Daily 

Salads, vegetarian sandwich 
spreads, and all kinds of 
vegetarian sandwiches 




Produce 

The freshest and best price 
in the area. 




Floral Department 

Mary Lou O'Brien — florist 

TeleFlora, free delivery on campus. 

Purchase of at least $15 will be 

delivered free within 

a 15-mile radius of Collegedale. 

Free delivery to funeral homes in the Chattanooga area. 



Phone: 423.238.3286, 423.238.3353 — Fax: 423.238.3287—5002 University Drive — Collegedale, TN 37315 



Thursd ay, January 28, 1999 _^_^^_^^^^_ 

Adultery is not SIN 



tEllf S>out(jern accent 







IStSiW » I Our whole problem centers in the question, where do we SSiTE"^ *™" l °"'^ '1 



«rtS k bu?ju™ h " K "hi! ,''t','ii"rn«d5. l fi put our focus and attention? 




Power does not equal wisdom 



■ ■.Lf-ns-ih "l' tii linn" iIiilI"i 

in,-, Dickc;, [r-^-ii ,md M:irvin II 



The four big cheats 



Did Jesus Laugh? 



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Ilko 
Tchakarov 



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lion"(2Cor.6:2>. 












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incrcascth knowinipc iu.tcju-ui •..!■ kid the careless altitude of \ llr | ' ' 

l-ru' w .!lVilmJ.l,ml '^uij'u.-ll !,V"ll il light, frivolous, joklllg aw' pruphclic lime which compai 

k^jEI^T^'^w spirii. He could experience " ' ' " ' 

of His dead mend La/a™-, in.i nui ,] lc L | ccpi SO und attitude of '^'.[^!;V'!m,'^ mm^m'!!,!' 
l joy. ..from the Father. 









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If you would like to contribute 

to the Religion page of the Southern Accen 

please contact the Religion 

editor at 396-4545 or by email: 

tsmatos@southern.edu 



sday. January 28, 1998 



S ports 

title Southern 9crent 



elly Peach, Jennifer Maguire 
jad Team Sorensen to victory 



:dhy up immediately, 
telly timc-outio a,d the 
n the caring boyfricnJ, 












scorning Recreational Events 



i Volleyball Tournament Three-on-Three Basketball Swim and Stay Fit 

Tournament 



les Racquetball Tournament 



ubles Tennis Tournament 






Fjoor Hockey And Soccer 






uper Bowl of Ramen 



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Baniel """"^Meanwhile, BuThVfulS nog 

bison w^h'^lar'^j'kmv upcr 









|fir^Mwo°i n a e ck"«enroui^oT96.> : ani Pick: Broncos 31, Falcons 20 



Statistics - Mei 
AA League 



Statistics through January 24 
Statistics contributed by Ken Bemum 
Leading Scorers 



Lcu.liriL] I-il'IJ Goal Shunler.-. 



Leading Free Throw Shooters 



Leading Three Point Scorers 



Leading Three Point Shooters 



Team Ohio, Team 
NWO remain perfect 

Jared Inman, Tim Reiner, lead their teams to win 

By Jeff Lemon and Brett Titus 




h&^miMSSSuWSMSEMSM 



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Men's AA League Men's A League I 



Wednesday, January 27 



Tuesday, January 26 



Thursday, January 28 Thursday, January 28 

NWO v, Banuchi Upslajrs Underdogs v. Cro S < 



Women's A League Men ' s A League II 



Wednesday, January 27 



Tuesday, January 26 



Thursday. January 28 Edm.sicr v. Dubosque, ppd. 

Chnsicnscn v. Single Wednesday, January 27 




Mid Winter Party 

Saturday night at the Gym 
The°fun begins at 8 

Doors open at 7:45 



Southern and Community Event! 



Today— Assembh Rob Sweetgtill Gym, 11 .1 
Last day 10 reium Ic Ubooks to « 



phy-mlugy. phy.11-. .In in .. 

dfic disciplines, For more infonr 
(423)756-2738 



Tomorrow --Last J.i\ lunnlL-i l'i.hIihih 
Vespers In., R j , .. ,. 
Sunset, 6:06 p.m. 



January 31— SA Super Bowl party. 

February I— Lasi day for809 tuitio 



Anderson business lecture. Brock I' 
Black history week begins. 
February 2— Floor hockey sign up. 
Ground Hug Day. 

February 2 - 23-An lesson: "Horse of a Different CoW 
Creative Discovery Museum Even 1 T 

February 3— Family nigh, ai the Collegedale Chun 



jiich Southern staff mem- 


Read about a number of 


Include a Valentine note 


}r has won a Supreme 
iurt case regarding 
iigous liberty? 

Page 2 


Atlanta's exciting attrac- 
tions. Find out where to go 
and what you can do there. 
Page 6 


for a "special someone" 
in next week's issue of 
the Accent. 

Page 6 



HTrje ^outjjem Accent 



The Student Voice nfSt.uthc 



Thursday, February 4. 1999 



ieneral Conference President Robert 
l. Folkenberg under investigation 




Retired 
Southern 
professor 
dies at 77 



rock Hall's art 
allery displays 
frican art 



Southern prepares for the Y2K crisis 




Inside. 



Campus News, p. 2 
Did students actually 

win anything as 
promised at the Mid- 
Winter party? 



Opinion, p. 4 

Students already miss a 

man who contributed 

much to this campus — 

E. O. Grundset. 



A & E, p. 6. 



Read about what the 
School of Music is up to 
and what returning staff 

member Julie Boyd- 
Penner has been doing. 



Weathe 



Sunny skies will be seen 
for most of the weekend 

with a slight chance of rain. 

Highs in the upper 50s and 
lows in the mid 30s. 



THE ACCENT OFFICE 

Phone:(423)238-2721 

Fax:(423)238-2441 

Email: aeceni@souihem.edu 



EDITOR IN CHIEF 
Jennifer Artigas 

COPY EDITORS 

Rachelle Newbold 

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A & 6 EDITORS 
Jennifer Barizo 

jnihiin/iif? souihem.edu 



RELIGION EDITOR 
Tito Malos 

[smaios@souihem.edu 

SPORTS EDITOR 
Daniel Olson 

drolson@southem.edu 
pager: 819-3316 

PHOTO EDITOR 

Julia Cheney 

jLicln.Tn.'yf'J'southcni.edu 
pager: 514-5252 



ADVERTISING MANAGER 

Belly Artigas 

bartigas@southem.edu 

pager: 819-9723 



CntCULATION MANAGERS 
Julia Cheney 

jiu'hcncyi^uuthem.edu 



COLUMNISTS 

Jamie Arnall 

jam all ©southem.edu 



STAFF WRITERS 

Daisy McKlnstry 

dlmckins@southem.cdt.' 



FOLKENBERG 













Southern staff member 
first Adventist female 
lawyer in Canada 



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Editorial 



rsday, February 4, 19 




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lore than anything the Campus Shop -ells (though some of the pens 



About the Accent 






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JENNIFER ARTIGAS. Editor in Chier 

DANIEL OLSON. Sports Editor 

TITO MATOS. Religion Editor 

JENNIFER BARIZO. A & E Co-editor 

STEPHANIE SWILLEY, A & E Co-editor 

JULIA CHENEY. Photo Editor 

RACHELLE NEWBOLD. Copy Editor 

BETTY ARTIGAS. Advertising Manager 

DARYL COLE. Adviser 



Folkenberg's folly? *JUL,7 






™™™X '.' u t ', L tir Regarding the new 

Ju£M^*l!^™^**t student media policy 



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Thursday. February 4. 1999 



Tombstone 
confessions 



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Beauty in the least 



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Team NWO edges out 
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QPf)e H>outf)ern Accent 



The Student Voice of Southern Adventist University 



Thursday, February 11. 1999 



Southern student in 
critical condition 




Folkenberg 
resigns 



By Dixil Rodriguez 






lursing department 
welcomes new faculty 



New professor 
in chemistry 
department 



Strawberry 
Festival 
nearly two 
months 
away 




1 Inside.... 

Inckv.. 


Campus News, p. 2 

Creative dates for 

students with 

imagination and 

spontenaity. 


What is the true 
meaning of 
romance? 


A & E, p.6. 

How you can survive 
the holiday devoted 
to codependancy. 


Weather 
The weekend will bring 
scattered thunderstorms 
and cooler temperatures. 
Highs will be in the 60s 
and lows in the 40s 




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ditorial 



sday, February 11, 1999 



From the Editor 



iat is love? 



; Quote of the week 



gugh I speak with the tongues of men and of angels, 
not love, I have become as sounding brass or a 
;ing cymbal. And though I have the gift of prophecy, 
understand all mysteries and all knowledge, and 
[ have all faith, so that I could remove mountains, 
e not love, 1 am nothing. And though I bestow all 
oods to feed the poor, and though I give my body to 
urned, but have not love, it profits me nothing. Love 
s long and fs kind; love does not envy; love does not 
de itself, is not puffed up; does not behave rudely, 
not seek its own, is not provoked, thinks no evil; 
not rejoice in iniquity, but rejoices in the truth; 
5 all things, believes all things, hopes all things, 
res all things. Love never fails." 



Y Paul of Tarsus. Holy Bible, 1 Corinthii 



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A Valentine 
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Opinion 

Saving lives selfishl 



Janelle 
Chang 



Alysa 
Shepherd 






My sister, my frien< 

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Consider this... 



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What is the meaning of 
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Happy Valentine's Day... 



30 Ways 

to Say 

"I Love You'1 




S ports 

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feam NWO edges Cargile, 43-40 

Iff Guild and Tim Reiner key in stopping upset bid 



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Swim and Stay Fit 



Floor Hockey And Soccer Signups 
Doubles Tennis Tournament 



Rees Series rosters 

Basketball class tournament approaching 






Women's Team 1 



Women's Team 2 



NBA guru makes picks 






Winners of Coed Volleyball Tournament 




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jld you be eating your way 
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Page 3 



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Rees Series begins tonight! 
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3ftrje i§>outl)ern Accent 



The Student Voice of Southern Adventist Universi 



Thursday. February 18, 1999 



SA Valentine's Banquet 




Vick's 

surgery 

successful 



Herod joins journalism department 



Thirteen Southern 
Scholars to graduate 
this May 



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Religion, p.6. 

new look at the 

writings of 

Ellen G. White. 


Weather 

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Quotes of the Week I 



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; but not carved in stone. It often wounds but more 
en it heals." 
-By Paul K. McMasters. The Freedom Forum, 1998. 

mrnalism can never be silent.... It must speak, and 
ak immediately, while the echoes of wonder, the 
s of triumph and the signs of horror are still in the 

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CADY VAN DOLSON. A & E Co-editor 

JULIA CHENEY, Photo Editor 

RACHELLE NEWBOLD. Copy Editor 

BETTY ARTIGAS, Advertising Manager 

DARYL COLE. Adviser 






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CABL Corner 

How safe is your sugar? 



1 Aspertame Disease is par- 
i tially the cause to what is 

■ behind some of the mystery 
', of the Desert Storm health 

i problems. The burning 

■ tongue and other problems 
' discussed in over 60 cases 

can be directly related to the 
consumption of an aspar- 
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Opinion 



Thursday. February 18, 1999 



Holding the 
magic wand 



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Janelle c°|S. " »ai "" ta s0 ™ b ° d *^ ,™7"r" 
Chang „'.'.',■'*, „. ' ",»..i I..; "i""' 1 " 






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Alysa ,;';,;,; ,™:: ^ er > Thanking I vuuild ,,,, , , , \ |( J ' 

cu v H h h p offer to fill her pUik- for her ] | 

Shepherd ^e*^ *"* ^' n f - an[ j every year s he would "musm™ m ^d to"'" 

■o read around the a°" ifSS'^KS g 1&re at me a ° d thrUSt ^ ^ ^SS^SZ u'Tih"^ 

or four, hm i don'i ihmk i o,r i.,u | orW ;ird as she lunged for the ""'Qrindini"' did 'liar's ' ' J '""' 

memory 3 " _ ' gravy boat. Pretty SOOn the Grandma died last week 

shois°rMd'man7di!X"'^^ whole family WOUld he laugh- ,i„' : . |„", Lm' impori.mil;, 1 ; h" f 

tic, J,,Ktcv .,nd I ■.'..-.,l,lii t tin. I ■■-Ji mg tOO hard tO help.... hjl^.V-'lnur^nil'^'iiuMl, 1 '" 



The Opined 

Are they really listening? 




rsday. February' IS, 1999 

iod 

las 

control 



Sally 
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the people who are won- 

ing when that special 
:one will come or to 
; who are worrying 
it paying their bills... I 

"God will provide." 



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O pinion 

What are you doing? 



By Dinisc Edwards 



Teamsters who? 



J lo be fighting id to v. 



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Current medicine and you 

chest-pumping, lip-smacking time. 



people died from lichlhca 






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Hire me: 

Advice from behind the desk 









mi 1 "'Mi..'' ""im.i'ii F-njoy yourself! You'r 



],'. J, 'i ."^Vi" H.vm" like college iiscll, many people .^'.^ 

losirive references look fondly back on their first your c 

•mploy ers-as wel ["w ' ew years in 'the real world' as to'™,,, 

iraduoie schools a vcr y special point in theier re " n ' 



Religion 



Thursday, February IS. 1999 



"Little treasures" 



Why Ellen White? 



By Michael Campbell 



The cross 



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aiiribuicmjfiove for church histo- I started to think that Ellen ljm "IJ U ^ Z 

?.J'r,^\ n Hj,] J tJXJnn?'[o White was just a weapon to w ?^ d ° r d -j 0d, b [ 

j»M rcjj ihir h.x>k. i fnunj oui enforce supposed standards in trc^d i..r ihe d. 

n!r,",-,.!,y iiij'n'ii-.-d- '>..,- '.liLikn the church. I soon discovered nw'm'Vh,.- d,'!'r 

','J'nun* "',i! L mii "['til '■' ''ii'i'.m'cJ ( ' ial most of those people " r 8. e «!'" rch lca J« 

prophei didn't really know Ellen ihinkmg in pJ n 

.i.j'l'p'.l-fi'.^ovcwiihJe^ri White, and probably hadn't book* oUDm!c" : 

ii iiL'^iifnlT reac ^ as mLlcn °' rier writings \ : '- -' '■•' j:J ' ' -' ■; •■" 

iL-nuj i>. nix-. .m,i ii ; .,r,i .mries as they claimed to have read, inn a Bihie ..him ' 

^rfSf EU^WMtTSdd If th ey had, I think they would iSSyoSi/S- 

Mrson loWmca «orTahout E»en ' iave discovered a much more • Las , tl >'- E ' lcn ^' h '[ f 

balanced view of life. in our u-ouhk.j ■, ...m..i i 




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[earn Perez wins to Rees Series begins tonight! 

[emain Undefeated Win prizes as respective classes battle in basketball 

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20 Everyone 

21 Swiss painter 

22 Competent 

23 Ratflsh 

25 Kernels 

26 Stated one's 

27 Speaker of the 
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can help! Come see us and we ean get you 

started on an aeeount that allows you to draw 

out your money almost anywhere! 

DON'T FORGET THE ATM CARD! 

(It's a spring break essential!) 



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Tired of eating at Taco 
Bell and shopping at the 
Mall? Check out your 
alternatives. 

Page 6 



Participate in a swim meet 
being held on March 21. 
Check out order of events 
on... 

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W$z i§>cmt{)em Accent 




Southern alumnus to speak at assembly today 



udent 
ssociation 
attend AIA 




Student Association website soon 
to be released to the public 



Southern graduate 
receives doctorate 



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, p. 2-: 



Collegedale's Wolflever 

Greenway is now open to 

the public, and features a 

one mile walkway 

through the community. 



Opinion, p. 5 

A Spring Break road 
trip, missing Bible 
verse and personal 

message from God. 



A & E, p.6. 
Students write to 
Accent's advice 

columnist, 
"Dear Sholly." 



Expect partly cloudy 
skies for your weekend 
weather with highs in the 
60s and lows in the 40s. 



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Collegedale, Tennessee: A smalK 
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Wolftever Greenway ribbon cutting next weekenl 




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ollegedale's police department involves teens 
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olunteers transform street corner intb park 




Opinion 



Thursjay, March IS. 1999 



For your eyes only 



Janelle 
Chang 



And Jesus laughed 



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urvihini; ujllnnil 1. 1 uiipl;i jmim or aryuinj;. so (hut you may 
i blameless and pure, children or God without fault in a 

I'd and depraved generation, in Mhiuh >nu shine like stars in tr 
se as you hold out the Wind ol life in order thai I may boast 
y of Christ that 1 did not run or labor for nothing. 1 ' 

—By the Apostle Paul, Holy Bible, Pliilippiaits 2:14- 



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.O- Bos 37U. Collegedale, Tenn. 37315 (423) 238-27 

JENNIFER ARTIGAS. Editor in Chief 

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TITO MATOS, Religion Edilor 

STEPHANIE SWILLEY. A & E Co-editor 

CADY VAN DOLSON. A & E Co-editor 

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DARYL COLE. Adviser 



Regarding the Aspartame Disease scare 



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CABL Corner 

The truth about Aspartame 



A~&TE 



Tliurs.ljy. March IS, 1999 



An alternative to Taco Bell 




Dear Sholly... 






Tired of 
shopping a 
the mall? 

Try visiting the area 
factory outlets 

By C'J(1\ Van Dolson 



contemporary l Music group dcTalk to perform 

Christian Music ■ r«u«**«~^^-« 

group Point of Grace I m Chattanooga 
1999 concert preview 



ixploie. And finally, right I 




ivjiiy. M.uch IX. 1WS 



S ports 

Elic e&o.utlicrn accent 



buckeyes win AA League title 

ff Lemon's 21 points not enough for Team NWO 




uniors win tight Rees Series 

obbie Peterson's 34 points spark victory 




URDAY 

sen's Red Team 51. 
c Team 4S (OT1 



Team Maxson, 
Ohio win A League 
division titles 



Ohio 44. Dubosque 38 Maxson 47, Nunez 40 

Denny Pn,k>s seored 23 noinu Cor Team Ryan Irwin nailed a Ipoin.er win. 



Hynd 42, Gless 30 



FLOOR HOCKEY 

Sunday, March 14 



Swim Meet 

Sunday 

March 21, 3:00pm 



1 


5ig Dance in the NCAA 


Thursday 


Friday 


South Region 

2) Maryland vs. 3) Si. John's 

7:38 p.m. 

1 ) Auburn vs. 4) Ohio Slate 


East Region 

1) Duke vs. 12) SW Missouri St.i 

TBA 

6) Temple vs. 101 Purdue 

TBA 


West Region 

6) Florida vs. 10) Gonzaga 


Midwest Region 

1) Michigan State vs. 13) 


1 1 Conneclicu 
10:15 p.m. . 


vs. 5) low. 


TBA 

3) Kentucky vs. 10) Miami. OH 



Don't miss next week's 
Sports page which 

will showcase, 
"Jewish Jordan." 



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is issue's features and 
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:ohol Awareness Week 



Pages 1 - 2 



A community member tells us 
why shopping in the area is 
better than shopping in town. 

Page 3 



"Jewish Jordan" remains 
faithful to the Seventh-day 
Sabbath 

Page 4 



W$t i£>outljertt Accent 



The Student Voice of Southern Adv 



Thursday, March 25, 1999 



ug and 
cohol 
vareness 
eek ends 
might 



tudent 
en ate 
proves 
outhern 



Southern's nursing students 
volunteer in the tropics 




Southern professor published 






Turner broadcasting calls 
on college students to 
submit television programs 



Inside. 



Campus News, p. 2 

Check out the details 

on this weekend's 

fashion show. 



Opinion, p. 3 

What is the origin of 

Earth day? Also, 

how can you help 

illiteracy? 



Next issue... 

Look for a special edition 

of the Accent next issue 

featuring both Religion 

and A & E pages. 



Students 
organize 
fashion 
show 

IU Slqjlinnie Swillcy 



Former UK 
football player 
to speak at 
assembly 



Weather 

Look for partly cloudy 
skies with with lows in 
the 40s and highs in the 
upper 50s to low 60s. 



How to Reach Us 



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or a friend has a problem. Alcohol and Drug Awareness siratc" a drug search wrth Chamn 

wor?hip 'in ""Thaicher 1 "km Week, grew out of Farrar's inter- ^^ v ^ ld c a u v n0IJ A s ls °L, f u r "T 

Farrar. along with Dr. \a„ est in StUtlentS With drug and marijuana smdled tike, Ih^was 

men? arid Sieve Vr^mnJr'!'^ alcnhn] pIl>bleiTIS. He gained SUp- ij^^l^rullm^rTciHi^-',^ 

''K'^VrWir'^r.Mi'VJ'-V,!,-,' 1 '" P urt ' rom lne administration -^ " i *w. -^ ™i -»ijaus 

>m[|, ,irn r . ,,11,1/n, ..kuiMi " when he showed them the details irT^iekn.i' ik- dl-niiUuXd'" 

wj°on T Xn d g a> wi J ih J f drlinu or " h> s paper for statistics class. ^hi.'l^'a^'ui'^d ''u^',','. 



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JefT Lemon 

j w 1c mon @ southcm.edu 



ASSEMBLY 



Naomi Nichols, a sophomore intemationj 
studies major, has modeled in New Yori 
London and Paris and appeared in the 
pages nl Vogue imd Elle, but chose lo W( 
behind the scenes i'nr this show. "This ij 
what I've always wanted to do, have a 
chance to be on the other side of the ■ 
fence." she said. "When you model yoti'j 
told what to do, but here I'm able to ' 
ileosiun., about the clothes and nott 
one being directed." 



Editorial 




S ports 

Hlje gxHittjcni 9rrent 



Lemdry wins, 6-2 "Jewish Jordan" keeps the faitl 

Downs Chris.ensen/Hall to move into firs, place Talented basketball star vows to observe the Sabbath 




I first person account of 
SonRise plus photos of the 
fsurrection pageant. 

Page 5 



Southern students 
commemorate Earth 
Day 1999. 

Page 6 



What is there to do in 
Chattanooga? Also, check 
out the calendar of events 
for Southern. 

Page 8 



Vol 



l^e ^outljem Accent 



Thursday, April 8, 1999 



Jiatcher Hall 
sault spurs 
ampus 
afety 
tianges 



/atts 
leads 
uilty to 
jckless 
micide 



Nearly seven thousand 
attend SonRise 1999 




Student Association officers 
attend annual AIA convention 



School of 
Music to 
hold two 
concerts 
this 
weekend 

By Jcnnne Dickenson 



Mm|ili,.in fii.-tn.--.il.! lull [vr 



Immunization 
proof 

required for 
next year's 
registration 



Inside.... 


Editorial, p. 1 


A & E, p. 4 - 5 


Opinion, p. 6 


Weather 


L 


Stress getting you 


A music review, 


Count kisses from 


Expect mostly sunny 


p ' >*E p.5-1, 


down? Find out 


tips on thrift 


heaven and discover 


skies and continued 
highs in the upper 70s 
to mid 80s with lows 


E' "'-' <">'»»" M 


how to built a 


shopping, plus a 


what really counts 




'blithe spirit.' 


guide for brides. 


in life. 


in the mid 50s. 




RELIGION EDITOR 
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tl Olson 

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Student aid forms are now more 
user-friendly 

Courtesy of the Cleveland Daily Banner . sfm-Hnumfi firm l-WO-Ml 



COLUMNISTS 

jamall@souihcm.cdi 

Charla Candy 

cmcandy@southem.ei 

Junellc Chang 



rwcerL'idtn'lnHmail.t 



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Alysa Shepherd 



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Jeff Lemon 

Lwk-rnniU? Miuihcni 




$3,000 for an hour's work. 

To get the most "Free money" (grants, scholarships) for 
school, your Free Application For Federal Student Aid 
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1 Quotes of the Week 1 


fne clearest way into the Universe is through a forest 
Ferness." 






1 About the Accent 1 



Commendation SK^fi^sss.a lw «,. 

regarding Southern's "n,,^ ( L JIZ 

Drug and Alcohol K^S^^I^^XK" 

Awareness week StLo,™., 

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ST#iH3H;:,:Hl'.ESSSi; Aspartame article 




JENNIFER ARTIGAS. Editor in Chief 

DANIEL OLSON, Sports Editor 

TITO MATOS, Religion Editor 

STEPHANIE SW1LLEY, A & E Co-editor 

CADY VAN DOLSON. A & E Co-editor 

JULIA CHENEY, Photo E 

RACHELLE NEWBOLD, Copy Editor 

BETTY ARTIGAS. Advertising Manager 

DARYL COLE. Adviser 



What's on your mind? 



Up a creek without a paddle? 



Fut«by evening through A 



CABL Corner 

Building a blithe spirit 



T&B 



Thursday, April 8, 1999 



Music Review 

Sixpence None the Richer 



Royal treatment is no 
too expensive 




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wiihio her budsei," says Croj j n ChattanOOga. "Full ""bonvtniemceiulsoi 

Bn'McSIcMVchaiunooEi service also means me ""rj;J™°„ donol 
SS'StTnoi iTK". shop could do most any- dmdw « «m°«l 
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So whnl e*aclly doe* a "foil ,cn ko .dor, mtot ' en,* a- .0 disioonier* are hong on racks and ar 









How to dress like a discount diva 

Thrift shopping tips for students 




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Opinion 



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Kisses from heaven I A pessimist's attempt at optimism 



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Chang 



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to the newspaper 

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the deadline for the 

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"Everyone is hurt by a stupid decision that could 
have easily been avoided. But another lesson is 
about God and forgiveness when [Scott's and 
Artie's parents] said 'we understand, we're there, 
and we forgive you' and it's just unbelievable i 
modern-day society where everybody wants to 
blame everybody else."- Jason Watts 

"I let a lot of people down in this world.. .my fam- 
ily, my friends, everyone that was close to me. I let 
them down. Now I have to push on, and I got these 
people I let down that I want to show that fm com- 
ing back in full effect and I got the Man Upstairs 
behind me, pushing me. And along with him, I got 
my two buddies on my shoulders. And now I'm In 
ing the lives of three people, instead of one." 

"The amazing thing is this young man did not 
come up here and thank God for winning a football 
game. He got up here and thanked Him for a sec- 
ond chance at life. . .There's no question that God 
chose him." ~ Lawyer Jim Lowry 



Look for a special - year in review - sports page, April 22 



You Did It. 



Come See It 

Strawberry Festival 

Coming 
Aprill8 , 1999 



Interested in 

working for a 

weekly college 

newspaper? 

We're looking for: 

Reporters 

Staff Writers 
Political Writer 

Copy Editors 

Photographers 

Religion Editor 

Health and Science Editor 

Business Editor 

Music Editor 

Sports Editor 

Call 
Stephanie Swllley or Hani OI*on 

ictwIMoQtoutliQm.odu or hnoUonfgiouthern.edu 



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the last this year. Please 

submit all articles, ads, 

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CZorrxe. help celebrate! 

Lynn Wood Hall 

^pr-il 9, is»s>^ at Noon 

Assembly Ci-ecli-r Siven 



Southern and Community Events 



Today— Assembly. Dr. Gordon Bictz. Church. II a.m. 

Today -May 9— Tom Famam's abstract canvases will be Ihe 
focus of an exhibition i„ the Mezzanine 
Gallery. Hunter Museum. Tuesday-Saturday 
10 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.. Sunday I - 4:30 p,m. 
Admission S5 adults. S2.50 children 3-12. 

Tomorrow— Campus-widc Eanh Day celebration. Guest 

speaker. Dr. James L. Caiam-oro, president of 

Chaiiaiimmii Slate Technical Colleue 



Vespers. Symphony /Choral concer 
Sehool of Music's combined choin 
Symphony Orchestra performing u 



April 10— Church service, Ed Wright. 1 1 a.m. 

Symphony/Choral conen. Repeat perfi 
of Friday night's concert. Church. 3:31 
Evensong. Church. 8 p.m. 
Tivoli Theatre presents Chattanooga 
Symphony Pops, with guest vocalist N 
Moore. Tivoli Theatre. 8 p.m. 
Talent Show. Hosted by Daniel Howe 
Gym. 9 p.m. 

April tl - 12— Preview Southern. 
April 12 -t:\itm passes available. 



April 15— Assembly. Awards. Gym. 1 1 a.m. 

Senior Recognition Banquet. 
April 16— Withdrawals after today receive " 

Vespers. Church. 8 p.m. 

April 17— Church service. Ed Wright. 1 1 a. 
Evensong. Church. 8 p.m. 

April 18— Symphony Guild dinner concert 

6:30 p.m. 

Strawberry Festival. Gym. 9 p 
April 19— Academic Affairs. 3:3(1 p . m . 
April 20— Student Senate. 8 p.m. 



jieck out the three pages 
evoted to features on cam- 
ps life, classes and more. 

Pages 3 - 5 



What do you think? 
Students voice their 
opinions. 

Pages 7 - 9 



Explore Chattanooga in this 
issue's special Arts and 
Entertainment section. 

Pages 10- 11 



tEI)e i£>outI)ent Accent 



: of Southern Adv 



Thursday, April 22, 1999 



ill'Jl, III..- .llh.'Ul.J 









1998-1999 Strawberry Festival 
"A Storybook of Pictures" 




Southern's majors 
growing rapidly 






"An a«l Graphic Design v,t» 






Preview Southern 
guests re-dedicate 
lives to Christ 



Inside. 



Editorial, p. 6 

Letters from 

students and faculty 

alike comment on 

life on SAU. 



A & E, p. 10- 11 

Special two page 

spread on places to 

go here in town. 



Opinion, p. 7 - 9 

Students express 

views on parking, 

dress code and 

much more. 



Nearly 400 
students in 
SAU's last 
graduating 
class of the 
millenium 



B> Sti-|,N;iili t - S«ill 






Brock Hall 
art gallery 
displays 
student's 
artwork 



Weather 
This weekend's weather 
should be mostly sunny 
with increasing highs in 
the 60s and lows in the 
upper 50s to low 60s. 



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,i!iJ Ik-n M.jun ■li'.'.cii'M.Ti ■.'.l-I! Tiding. J diiii-nln j-ui .: im. 
cnmch si ihe beginning. V« owfflU, ihe outfalls node ihc niphi 

Some srudoil; felt ihal il had its wrinkles. Freshman Phil 

Rjlclvyijjd.ll'.vJ.-dcivn! IV' -li'.'uU lu'.c v^-nt-ilmn ..nv.-l 

j]^[-oired id luu' J p.- d lint ji Of. Li!e(H >)i..'.t 
Chaplain Ken RfiftTS cm- 












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Doc Robertson to retire 



i.unln-.iprv.ir.irKv. Taking Ihe plao 






ei rtilhlh, WmJ Sunpliom in Culleiedjle li 



ic Republic, arranged by 






A i. ni|!k- iliuii' , li:nt li.-lj--,l ,, . t „ ,n llv.- 1' .(' ni.uk- 



: uses Ihe psydralogy depart- 



STRA^erry 




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Help out this summer with advertising, 

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Features 






southern's student retention rate maintains percentages 



su-pliiin 


Swilley 


„,.. .no. < 


pemnt of IB ycm'sMn™ returned 




dropout rale for any school is usually 
e over lire pasl live years (see araph I 


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■rea. only 10 dismamle ii a year and a half 


,:H 


r given a eonertle reason [for doing asvay 
"e done hy other departments." said Ken 






RETENTION RATES 




Freshmen 1997 -1998, returned 1998-1999 


68.1% 


Freshmen 1996 -1997, returned 1997-1998 


67.7% 


Freshmen 1995 -1996, returned 1996 -1997 


- 64.0% 


Freshmen 1994 -1995, returned 1995 -1996 


- 61.7% 


Freshmen 1993 -1994, returned 1994 -1995 


■70.7% 


Freshmen 1992 -1993, returned 1993 -1994 


- 69.3% 







-, (U.L- tcj;hc('s| Iju.i 






ratably pie in the sty" 



Low turnout for 1999 
ollegedale city 
ommissioner elections 



How diverse are SAU's faculty? 




Features 



Thursday, April 22, 1999 



S All's Prospective 
graduate problem 



By Stephanie Swilley 
























Finding the return 
on your education 
investment 



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no B «ii[myin»Min,tni]tact 
da.ih.n.i.raiiydoiotelp'.i 1 






Small minority 
gets big results 









Southern's art 
department 
undergoes changes 



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Features 



hursdiiy. April ::. I'W'I 



Southern students' stance on... 
Alcohol and drugs 









Just Saying l\lo? 

What's your poison? 87% of 18-ycar-olds have used 

okohol 63% ol you hove smoked cigarettes; 32% hove used 

marijuana, and 6% hove used cocaine. 

Samr tarWftmntoiWiti 



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ailrt«ltJbi(»1i]«Pimhd»ip}i kin.yilBia.ly vw»w.anUnalliou«c 






lex and virginity 






shol, they're usually expelled : 
The official policy is 'lhai (a 






ji the\ might hi.' .iblc- I., help other people/ 
■|hmikniL'i miKlir li;i^' hd'ti in the hymning .i ha. 



"[They say] 1 won't until 






their dorm has hardly anythini 



Ha „. „... pver had S ex? How strictly is having sex only in How strictly is having sex only in 

wm m m m marriage enforced in your family? marriage enforced in your school? 



Editorial 



Thursday. April 2 



From the Editor 



Escape to reality 



By Jennifer Artigas 






,,„ly,,m,Mn,,,,.,„ 

is truly important. 



Quote of the Week 



"Nol that I have already attained, or am already perfected; but I 
press on, that I may lay hold of that for which Christ Jesus has 
also laid hold of me. Brethren, I do not count myself to have 
apprehended; but on thing I do, forgetting (hose things which are 
behind and reaching forward to those things which are ahead, I 
press toward the goal for the prize or the upward call of God in 
Christ Jesus," .,'..... 



About the Accent 







Crje g>outrjern Accent 



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JENNIFER ARTIGAS. Editor in Chief 

DANIEL OLSON. Sports Editor 

TITO MATOS. Religion Editor 

STEPHANIE SWILLEY, A & E Co-edito"r 

CADY VAN DOLSON. A & E Co-editor 

JULIA CHENEY. Photo Editor 

RACHELLE NEWBOLD, Copy Editor 

BETTY ARTIGAS, Advertising Manager 

DARYL COLE, Adviser 



Letters to the Editor 



Thank you to the ^EsiSSSEifi' 

Student Association f£l£^£f5Sl«2|' 

E^^vS^^^^^ Literacy column uses 
rHs'^ misleading sources 



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Praise for Accent 


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Staff writer 


S'i^SIHHSi^n 


^svif««:^ii,sts:;sri'* 


Shi ScSd *s r"o h , ip „ «:; ?2<,i°z% vz% 



Teamster column 
less than objective 



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„.«, £L°nH" '*'"' """ d °°'' b "°'"=. com ™ffl 

has successfully taiievVSuii if ™ caSjM 
at the highest lev- eodl> .-. ample ki a, -lur, ilia iruii 



? "£!!e l^TZ'ZZTriZ'Z Tnan k you to the 
StSiS^E.^iiii^lSSI Southern family 



consistently repotted Hoff: 



•?ms for helping out. 

»n for helping out 







Opinion 



Vhat are you 
aking home for 
he summer? 



et's vote 



Hans Olson 




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is e.eiiing for me. I 


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ierve us, please! 















Parking should be free-for-all 



By Melanie Metcalfe 






Vespers dress code 



By Laure Chamberlain 



:.ve.^,s„,J- 



A job worth doing right 






,"*„„.' irih-lead-rs 1""* ' 

:. np i„ Jo,n S «« job l"°» pol 

people In* S.ni.Tod elim.'n.K 

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Arch 



Chattanooga /^ A T T 

OFFICES NEAR KsALtLl 

Hamilton Place 894-8484 



Opinion 



Thursday. April 21. I'M" 



Unbroken promises 



Jandle „' "■ Uin<im« break God 

Chang £' .#"» "»«' °> = ' .p™«« » «™ » ! 






Improving our 
university 






Save the earth 



Fence-hopping 



Alysa 



My friend Joey and I made 






i dragged through an ai 



Be thankful for mistakes 




r^'\ii' , nuii!^ l '!n,ri:,7 l !;iJ l '[;"j',Mlt V ut 1 1 u Whatever happened to inno- and discipline of r 

s^T Toda* ,iflini ' " '""'"'' ''"' "" llk " LCnl ^ e " 0ws hlp? Here at o^oihwihaTihcrs^us^iltrnttM 

n^ebccnncTmTmiler^^ Southern, I need my brothers the unmarried person? "' 

|*> uri "*?* ' in <J inters in Christ. It's lone- " r -Stafoofcd!o 

ItovTsllaliLuIa^ '> Llwav trom home. But how whatsoever a man iow 

imh^area. Waling TV? Wat* out. can I be sure my friendliness ir^'^Vme^wi^^"?^?" 

noibe™bume f J?u'in'VX, l 'h« h KTn' 1 |n Wl11 not be seen as flirtation? whemLVLitegc^,orwhemeritbeev| 












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CABL Corner 

I ' Mil luikr>hlp position. 

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CABL C. 
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Opinion 



perfect plans 




"andy ° P hL e d"^d.' My rorecTyo. 






'Teu-cT "bo" At ^ e beginning of the year I ™ ver ^ a , bad ha £ 
moT'/could had 3 Iot ° f ho P es - ! had alw ^' sknow ^ eri shi 
been the uiti- hopes of meeting people, Ti'^kkvj |v r '"n ih.,i 
>idTch™i." IXp *" doing fun things and going Lmcone wTodo^n' 
nan™ ""cnlnec different places. I had it all ""P d° w n 'he sidc- 

Charla and went planned OUt. And When ttUTted.ahdwhodoel- 

jd of (he thrift things didn't go my way I got "n^sTmni think "if 
luJonThai ^ discouraged. But looking [^ Y^m,' 

"scions would be back, I missed OUtOn Some bored to death 

: 10 be 50 other things because of my ofuieyeJihadTiM 






Everything I need to know 
I learned at Southern 



'. 



Ryan 



Just a reminder 



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Counting down... 




:nnifer how » P ia> 

^Ster mourn the fa 






LMrty':' Is (li.-n rcilly a 



pt ion ally striking thought o 















lltvreJ llullruildll « J. Itlf infill. I nl-l 

mill) srufeed. listening Ui -(w gjy 
ih.i> on .i ,j\oplione, 1 looked, really 









A&E 




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A & E 



im1:i>. April 22, 1999 



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Religion 



Thursday, April 22, 1999 

Are we on 
or off the 
fence? 



Gunshots while serving God 






i: nuiihhirinc mm M> partner 



Raindrops falling on our heads 



:hicken because ] Ihou'i' il,,i /j . N t ,J turn '■; [tJLi'u* ^-m.il'.,^ 'n> '., , 
J pu| 1 ., 1 ,a ( |, 1 rl^,i.l.,M ll r,. r u 






"HOW COULD YOU, LOVE ME?" 

You prove your love to me 

even when I doubt 

1 stumble and I fall 

Bui your hand is always 



like me, 

to be Your child?" 

Then 1 heard Your 

whisper lo me, saying... 

"My love, 

sweei child of Mine 

you're my heart, 

you're my soul 

and i love you so, 

I will never lei you go!" 

By Susy Pastrana 



Glimpses of Jesus 

The secret to true success 




r-d;iv. April 22, 1998 



S ports 

tKIje gioutljern 9ttent 



Southern's sports 
rear in review 




S'mores and smiles 
in the smokies 

Intro to Camping class has successful trip 

By David Warden 




Men's League 



Women's League Hymfa/J°n« 4.2 

Kitby 4-2. 



Candy/Rahn 0-2-3 3 Semifinals - Wednesday, April 21 

Fnelm 0-3- . Dunkd v, Kiiby. Inie 

Championship - Thursday, April 22 orenov - J" 1 

Lcmdry v. Maddux/Van Gils • 6:30 p.m. Championship - Thursday, April 22 



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