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Volume 55 Number 1 



Southern Accent 



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Southern's Student Voice Since 1926 



Karaoke Causes Controversy 



l/elcome Back Music Questioned 




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Southern Loses Ranking 

US News 8. World Report Study Drops Southern to Tier 3 



Sorensen Dies at 82 




Andrews University Tier 3 

Atlantic Union College Tier 3 

Columbia Union College Tier 4 

La Sierra University Tier 3 

Loma Linda University not listed 

Oakwood College Tier 2 

Pacific Union College #6 in R 

Southwestern Adventist University Tier 3 

Union College Tier 2 

Walla Walla College #19 in 



Sports 



Intramural Information 



Modified Fast Pile 

nights through Scpten 



A-lcague is by individual ar 
captain and iwo players can I 



What Happened to the Love of 
the Game ? 



, crossed home plate, 


lockouts. 


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many people, myself We realized hoi' 

included, seemed poised the Mark McGwires a 

to lose interest in a game Cal Ripken Juniors an 

thai is at the foundation the modem baseball 

of professional sports. world where fame and 

Enter Mark McGwire greed take center stao 
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us he thought he 
deserved. 

Just think, ifJJ 
played for the lo\ 



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baseball season, become free a_ 

Lhey infused the entire th.it they can shop around 

naliim wiih .in interest lor fur the highest paying 

the game. They each sin- team. They selfishly want 

Ule h.tiuledly l;epi mil- |... p m themselves in a 

lions of Americans glued poMin.ii where llic> can 



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Kirin I'uekct or a Lenny 
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front of the home run brought the love of tf 

e the strike game to the diamond, 

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Leagues. 



H994. had there been 

n the Major played. 

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Diversions 






Chattanooga's 
Coffeehouse Scene 





Need Advice? 
Ask Sholly 

The "sin" of jewelry, an 
engaging issue, and 
matters more eternal 






frendy Alternatives to the Library 

local bookstores offer munchies, comfy seats 
and reading options more fun than your textbooks. 



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what pari of being a Christian is all 
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Leave the judging Thanks for the 
to God correction 



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llhumbs Up & Thumbs Down 

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firmly believe in a God thai has fun. functions might be worth c 



gone right on smiling my way inio 

that say things like. "May the right- 
may thev be happy and joyful" (Psal'm 
68;3. NIV). Or, maybe, it was thai lil 
lie Sabbath School song. "Regain 
r/ie L;rJ." which led me astray. At air 
rate. I was way off. 

Lucky for me, I attend good old 

Coast schools I would probably never 

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Seeing God mov| 
at Southern 

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fresh out of the world. ' 
what we already knew, 
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prayed They a-i;eJ lot God 

° Hopefully, it will sian this ! 

iln- iieht direction, spiritually, 

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P.O. Box 370 

Collegedale, Tenn. 37315 

(423)238-2721 

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l.-iiuv.. sometime in eternity* 
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might not realize hov, different,' 



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Policy Changes: 

What's new on campus 







The Southern Accent * Thursday, September 2, 1 



Commentary 



Wore Than You 
Deserve 



I asking for a Christmas the Prayer Garden actually 
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■sity stu- 



The Message in a Bottle 
Experment 



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rough ways 10 possibly complete 



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ADVENTIST 
UNIVERSITY 



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T m- Ni.-iNi(.:\ A. . i ■■■■: ) * Thum.-v,. Sim miiek 2, 1999 

Faith & Values 




!)atch 77: Within reach this 
weekend in Collegedale 



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Who: Catch 77 & Blanket 


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When: Saturday, Sept. 4, 7 p.m. 


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Where: Collegedale Academy 
Auditorium 


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create a new 
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what would it 
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people a day and you have to sit 
with people you don't know in 



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Humor 



TOP TEN 

signs your new roommate hates 



you 



It could happen to you... 

(and did to some Southern students) 




By Leigh Rubin 




RUBES' 


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dumbest rule OCUU 
on campus? 



1 think the dumbest rule is having 
o wear ties to vespers tor guys, 
rhat's stupid, I think." 



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"Anything having to do with 
Campus Safety. Anything they d 
is stupid." 



"No TV in your dorm r 



Back To School 



The Southern Accent 

Volume 55 Number 2 



Southern's Student Voice Since 1926 



End of an Era 




Commitment 

Weekend 
Starts Today 



highlighted sma " bl1 bae 



\ndrews 
Jniversity 
nproves Ranking 
i "Best College 

st" 



I'jWl.is! 



While the data lor the 
report is variously col- 
lected and is based on 

^^^Mi"'i' 

mirs arc -ii-m 1'ic.ini as a 
ha'sis for those making 
college choices this fall. 
Commenting on the 
report. Ko». also indicat- 
ed thai (he religious 
basis of Ihc university 
was an important part ol 
ii. eihos and commit- 



rcputa- higher learning; is not to 
be overlooked in Hie rat- 

ely ing of educational insti- 

tutions." said Ross. "One 



Hcd Gary Ross, assi 

versity president. 
S-Erik Andreasen. 
'ere already (old 

er.il accrediting 



Andrews University. 

vides a wide range of 
siudj and research 
opportunities through its 
numerous degree pro- 
giams as pan of the 
Seventh-day Adventist 
( 'lunch', global educa- 



Tag Team Teaching 

Chaplain Rogers claims he's the best teacher, President Bietz offers correction 



Find a fun, relaxing 
spot right down 



Iras 



the library and/or cj ['uteri a 



said it 



Whal did they say? 



Want to be a 
senator? Here's the 
dates to know. 



Letters to the editor 



Collegedale Plans 
New Subdivision 



Bee Stung Student Rushed to Hospitg 




Final Figures Show Enrollment Highest Since 1982 



Undergraduate Statstics 

Year # of Students % Chant 

1999 1,707 +2.3 

1998 1,669 +0,2 



1996 1,625 +2. 

1995 1,591 

Freshmen Statistics 

Year # of Students % Changt 

1999 421 -2,6 

1998 432 +9,6 



1996 401 +12.3 

1995 357 



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Editorial 




The Southern Accent 

P.O. Box 370 

Collegedale, Tenn. 37315 

(423)238-2721 

h Up: //accent, south em.edu 

accent@southem.edu 

About the Accent 



Why must we wait? 

Think lines are too long? The Answer Man explains. 



Dear Answer Man, 



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Save trees. 
Recycle the Accent 



_hii ^'imi_r: Ao.i-xr » Thursdai, September 9 



Commentary 



Bridal Marches 
and Kids Like Me 




The Challenge 




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The Southern accent ♦ Thursday, Sutemkk i, 1W_ 



Faith & Values 



i T .jy ' '""' "' -''""'■ 



The Will to lead, 
to serve, to C.A.R.E. 

An interview with Will Johns, this year's 
Assistant Chaplain 



\\, „n,,k l -;.„:in nillut '■(•..■[-,. 

-tw3rd,and[X-.im) a, n ].[.,;, . 
g pan in accomplishing this. I 



ILtrpltJ. MlUM-UT, I pl.T-i.ll.lll> 



Overheard on campus. 

"Can I call you Gordy?" 
"in can call you dismissed from school." 
"Dr. Samuan. this is l.asl l>a\ IvMnls class." 



Cries of the Heart 






Wvf future? 
XwA*H<>5erVe,, 

Nonprofit Management 
and Development Degree 

American Humanics 
Certification 




Contact: 

Lynn Caldwell 
or Ashley Martin 

Journalism and Communication 

Department 

caldwell@southern.edu 

238.27 3 



A CAREER WITH DIRECTION. 



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Diversions 



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on't let looks deceive 



Jbiue Anjci cafe 





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xperience the Southern Belle 



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WeekendDivEE 



folTV Music Awards Chattanooga 

Symphony Series 



Explore McKay's for books and CD's 
you'll love and can afford 



LAC kicks off year with lake front party 



Students' Picks 



Independent Films 



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Catch a comedy 



The Taming of the 



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Till HM>AY, SKI'IT-MUm '-', IW 



Where do you 



y, like guys to 
It take you on a 
first date? 



Humor 



Ladies only 

Operation: Get Him Back 



"Somewhere informal where you 
being on the spot." 



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TOP TEN 



things at Southern that make me laugh 

by SUa Beld 

Permission for student marriages during the school term 
9. The Hickman Science Center pendulum 

6. No mustard 

7. Having to camp with an approved married couple 
6. Cafeteria hours (especially on Sabbath) 

5. Engagement ring rule and fine 



Where do you 
like to take 
ladies on a 
first date? 



said 



'Chuck E. Cheese." 



"A picnic in the park with somt 
sparkling cider, then downtown for 
a carriage ride, and get her home 
by curfew." 



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"Some place you can talk, like the | 

children's 

IMAX," 




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"Out to dlnne 
nice walk to 


jel acquainted." 


Ml 

-Darlene Gu 
Sophomore 








"Somewhere outdoors, like 
nic but not loo romantic," 


apic- 






3. No 

2. Number of Southern sludenls at the 

1. Campus Safety (especially officer 152) 



The Southern Accent 



HHEEEHBHIS 



Southerns Student Voice Since 1926 



shone problems 
rritate students 

v Lynnelte Aldridgc ou 



Joker release in jeopardy 




I accent NEWS Tin 



Following the Path: Phase Two of the Collegedale Greenwaj 










Students turn back time 136 years 



Gilbert directs final 
organ/orchestra concert 



[Class] is all over Oicorgan.- 



New master's degree proposed at 
univerlsty senate meeting 




Changes shake 
School of Musicl 







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today al 7 p.m. A 




church 1 








Southern Slnflf 




Friday for vespeif 




Saturday tor chuj 






ry Quills singswcond alio 





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PHONES 



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Start immediately! Genuine opportunity! 



WAMD 

Students to use: 

Check Cards 
Virtual Branch - 

Home Banking & Bill Pa'} 

(coming soon) 

J Share & Share Drafl Accounts| 
Share Secured VISA 
Three local ATMs 



Sec ^otir local Shcriff- 



\Collegedale Credit Union] 



Vote today in senate elections 



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Precinct * 


Approved Senatorial Candidates 

Rooms 105-128, inctudiny A2-A20 Manny Oieda. 

Rooms201-236 




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Co-ed television room opened 




THt Siirrams Aca.vi ■ TiirK-nw. Si m miiui In, in 

Edi torial 

■■And III. mull; il. : -n n.. ' InlmS:!! 



The Southern Accent 

Soidliem's Sludenl Voice Since 1926 



Edi tori als 
A message to PDA 



offenders 



Thumbs Up & Thumbs Down 







Letters to the Editor 



we ail make who decapitated the 
mistakes sunflower? 




The Southern Accent 

P.O. Box 370 

Collegcdale.Tenn. 37315 

(423) 238-2721 

http://accent.southem.edu 

accent@southem.edu 

About the Accent 



y please callus at (-123) 2: 



Waiting for change 



Save trees. 
Recycle the Accent 



Commentary 



'olitically Incorrect 




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Asheley 


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r Quirindongo 


Mlelm-fwou^shm 


People from Franc, are 
Fraeh. People from Keoja 


.4slie/ey Quirindongo is a 
freshman psychology 
major from Pennsylvania. 




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tmrjonciisoteftdi- 


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Jacque's Special at 
KR's Place 



Freshmen grade 
Southern 



Excited to be here 



mmcnally friendly ploc 







Something to stay for 




Kyle Baldwin 



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Kandinsky 
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Great Dates #3 

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Faith & Values 



Students lead out in on-campus 
Bible study groups 




Destiny Drama Team chosen 

More than 60 try out; 12 make the team 




Finding a new outlook after a year in Korea 



Teachers in jail; 
Classes suspended 




Take the Adventist 
Heritage Tour and 
revisit history 




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Smaller 


team marks 


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Program 


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Can you do 50 miles? 


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Intramural Slow Pitch Softball Schedule 




• 






Thursday - Sept. 9 














Maxson vs. Radnor, i 


RA's vs. Aguirre 


Barrett vs. Lemdry 


5:45 




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ingersol vs. Slagle 


Brown vs. Skinner 


Staddon vs. Carter 


6:45 




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Carmen vs. Choban 
Monday - Sept. 13 


Kerby vs. Hickam 


Raitz vs. Lee 


7:45 


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Benge vs. Casebolt 


RA's vs. Skinner 


Ingersol vs. Lemdry 


5:30 


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Berghem vs. Stephens 


Slagle vs. Lee 


Barrett vs. Raitz 


8:00 






{Sr~ 


Staddon vs. Radnoti 


Banuchi vs. Andrades 


Aguirre vs. Brown 


9:00 






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Tuesday - Sept. 14 














RA's vs. Radnoti 


Hickham vs. Stephen 




5:30 






Benge vs. Carter 


Casebolt vs. Choban 


Banuchi vs. Carmen 


8:00 




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Kefby vs. Andrades 


Aguirre vs. Skinner 


Staddon vs. Brown 


9:00 






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Sunday - Sept. 12 












1 


Kerby vs. Lindsey 


Slagle vs. Laing 


Miller vs. Hadley 


6:45 


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Skinner vs. Lindsey 


Reeves vs. Laing 


Kerby vs. Slagle 


7:45 


LaCandj.asopnomnr. 


pnblic rclallons major, look IB. 




Wednesday • Sept. 15 








[pint nraisTKni Burr 


Hon Monday nlghl. 




Furness vs. Skinner 






5:45 


NFL 


picks - Week 2 


Thursday- Sept. 16 

Maxson vs. Staddo 


Lemdry vs. Raitz 


Slagle vs. Barrett 


5:45 








Ingersol vs. Lee 


Kerby vs. Stephens 


Hickam vs. Berghem 


6:45 


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Banuchi vs. Carter 


Casebolt vs. Carmen 


Benge vs. Choban 


7:45 


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Monday - Sept. 20 










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Ingersol vs. Raitz 


Carmen vs. Staddon 
Casebolt vs. Carter 


Ben S ge V vs B S n am 


5:45 






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Lemdry vs. Slagle 


Aguirre vs. Radnoti 


Kerby vs. Berghem 


7:45 




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Dnao'Dlpicl-M.r. 


Tuesday - Sept. 21 


RA's vs. Carmen 


Andrades vs. Radnoti 


5:45 








Casebolt vs. Hickam 


Aguirre vs. Choban 


Stephens vs. Skinner 


6:45 


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Benge vs. Kerby 


Staddon vs. Banuchi 


Berghem vs. Brown 


7:45 


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Intramural Coed Softball Schedule 




Llano™. 


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Denver vs. Kansas Cll) 


Sunday -Sept. 19 

Banuchi vs. Lindsey 


Miller vs. Laing 


Skinner vs. Slagle 


6:45 


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Banuchi vs. Slagle 


Hadley vs. Laing 


Reeves vs. Kerby 


7:45 


Modified Fast Pitch Schedule 






U"i/D:i,,,ctp triols 


oneofiheioiiciicioit 


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Wednesday - Sept. 22 








'"Eh vs. Biillimore 






#3 vs. #4 5:45 








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Softball Standings 






liwaUvs SanDl 


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As of Sept. 14, 1999 


14. Brown 


2 3 


■lfB1ake S uH(]'c mp^y 


'"TiZ'l 7r!'r'< t J "viking 


Allanla vs. Dallas 


Team 


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15. Banuchi 


1 4 


ill: 


II.. 1 .rl. .1. 1 


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2. Hickam 

3. Kerby 

4. Stephens 


5 


16. Andrades 

17. Radnoti 

1 8. Aguirre 

19. Hill 


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6. Carmen 


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9. RA's 


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3 3 


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2. Barrett 


3 1 








10. Berghem 


2 3 


3. Ingersol 


3 1 








11. Benge 


2 3 


4. Slagle 












2 3 


5. Lee 


1 3 


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6. Raitz 


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Humor 



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things that SAU really stands for 



10. Sixteen Assemblies Unavoidable 
9. Sandwiches Are Ubiquitous {look it up) 
8. Sniveling Arrogant Underclassmen 
7. Senate Argues Uselessly 
6. Stephanie's Accent — Unbelievable! 
5. Strict And Ultraconservative 
4. Single Available Undergrads 
3. Sexy Available Upperclasswomen 
2, Send An Umbrella 
1. Sabbath Anticipated Unanimously 




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\ $50 bucket of seashells." 






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"Chuck E. Cheese to 
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Math Challenge 









The Southern Accent 



Volume 55 Number 4 



Southern's Student Voice Since 1926 



_ook at this 




Rappeller Recovering 



Southern freshman suffers skull frac- 







' nir "/"' Unvoted 



immunity Service Day 
next Wednesday 



Student helps child with leukemia 




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Get double 
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jT'M credit at 
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Don't get 

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Hamilton Co. Fair 



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NEWS TmiiM>« 



Brock Hall: cutting-edge comp uters on every levd WSMC Starts fundraisin 

New General Manager Brian Darrough takes on the 






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spring break. There is a S5.000 scholarship when you return lor successfully cortj 


Hang in 
There... 

Three 
weeks till 
Midterm 

Break! 


Members ol the Cracker Company. Southern's 
civil war class, have their weapons inspected 
before the battle Sunday. 


Undec 


ided about a major' 

• ill. Mr Wjmpln"u.d 1 .„ hivios .rouble *«!-" ««»"» 

C.mit [i million ol Ore ° On ii.ev.tb, ,iudtnu can MCAT NTE PP5t] [ 

Coun.ebng Ctn,„] tan litlp ■■«„„,. caret. „,,,„,. ,„,,. and DAT. according « 


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Thl Southern Accent « Thuu sdav. September 23, 1999 

Diversions 



3ored by the same old songs? 

ixplore great alternatives to unoriginal music 



Need Advice? 
Ask Sholly 

Spousal abuse: 
where to go for help? 




Editorial 



The Southern Accent 

Southern 's Student Voice Since 1926 



Edi tori als 
Could it happen here? 



pull,, I ',.,i! ., ,-un jnJ K-.lmii '.h.-.nns: tragedy? 

Pcorlt.'K-tMrit.illinijLilliin.upuJ. Hrifinls I . We need 10 always 

Lillini' in tin: iliair yiirplinj; ,ind moan- with respect. 

ing The gunman proceeded to empty 1 Keep balance in our lives. These 

.;/.(,- <■< .1 'inn ■■ii ni!i> ill- |iL'..p|. -p:nt Hieir uhole lives becoming 

.. I,ii,,. Ii J in-. Ii.i|.|vn<.-i! .uik .1 mder ..vei .1 1. It .'I' Tilings. Instead of 

e people felt lonely and frustrated. 



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. h\ Hi: Jmn Ii cuts vr.ir I'j'lui. hrinc |>..wer M we Id [he Lord lead 

■ vol .miIh-.ui reason [eacheis Fired livi -. n-.|v.i Liu. uiuL-r-.un.lirn- 

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Thumbs Up & Thumbs Down 


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by Jonathan Geoch 


""Sita d°.™"?™. re dimpd,. 


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Thumbs up: Expanding the girls' park- 


I visualized violtm.uH,,,!. .[ Lql „u 


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Troubled by a new teacher? 



Save trees. 
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Commentary 



Slow down, become a yodeler 


In Heaven's Cradle 


I the last shrill warnings of feel like km wrapped up in a sirewbem -filled p.i.rne. ' Wnli ,,ll the el,,. ..■ . v.,„, 

grattfully collapse into snow ,,fthe Au.in.ih Alp- thai cowbell. Tliat snowball just keeps * — -- I] 

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'uhinc leo. .1 "ipaei "P '■•■'k»"i r. man ' ».»' juo Jni-I. tin. whole" e,,lle E e mors English ma/or Horn 


peace a lullaby' quite like Hi-.' ' 
b i. ■.!■... -it, die rock- 

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ot invisible.. .someone put the spotlight on me 


|, knew m, name. I'd advertised as beine Ibe mosl prayer and rhought. Bui theic California because 1 allcndcd 


by "our trunk full of bah, '"' Jaiielle 

','thl' obieii , L h.',l'e,cn now"' Chang 


Ih, floor 1 file..' I'm not ,„.h an nnpiession. Bu, personal,,,. ,. Ihcn proceed. en. .and uoielu Sonic AlySa 

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-wine.. .."playpens. It's been 
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Ceasar goes to Ecuador 

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Sports 



FL picks - Week 3 

ets and Broncos stumbling early on 






ruu«np -inr '■■■ 






Diego: Ryan Leaf mis on the Man: 18-11 Overall 
SlmirnVr;^ AI lew Leaf 



Vols sink in the 'Swamp' 












"liie final ' " 




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Sep 25. 4:00 pm 


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Oct. 2, 3:00 pm 
Georgia 


could play « 


Alabama 

South Carolina 


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Kentucky 
Nov. 20. TBA 






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>un, sweat and the 
esson of a lifetime 









k glance 01 Ihc large ''^^''.^^inh.'n'A^-.-ii- hiph -Ui-.i ,|,,h,, i,iJK- 



All night softball this weekend 




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Students to use: 

Check Cards 
Virtual Branch - 

Home Banking & Bill Paf 

(coming soon) 

F Share & Share Draft AccmmtsJ 
Share Secured VISA 
Three local ATM 's 



Sec ^our local Sheriff- 

(Memb«r Service Repre«ent«H*e) 



tCollegedale Credit Union] 



What do you 

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It your 
roommate? 



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the Southern Accent • Thursday, September 

Humor 



Nice box you're laying in 







1 



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TOP TEN 

signs that your "crush" has gone too far 

by Nathan Wood & Danny DuBosque 

10. The restraining order. 
9. She had your phone blocked. 
8. You put dating in the Joker hoping she 

would come around and see it your way. 
7. You have deep, meaningful conversations 

with heron-line Joker picture, 
6. Her name is every other word out of your 

mouth. 
5. You know her height. 
4. You know her weight. 
3. You know her driver's license number. 
2. You know her social security number. 
1. She doesn't know your name! 



What do you 

like about 

your S 

roommate? 



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"We've been (riends s 



1 



"Her comical outlook on life." 



"She lets me get in the s 



Math Challenge 






The Southern Accent 



Volume 55 Number 5 



Southern's Student Voice Since 1926 



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Southern makes a difference 

\/lore than 600 students worked in 30 locations 



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UC student killed, another injured 




Southern advertises on 
billboard, in magazines 




Southern shoots students 

|ew Tennessee law requires students to update immunizations 




Two Collegedale 
Academy students 
crash head-on 




What's happening at 



Free Blanket concert 



Two Top Tens... 



NEWS Thursday, September 30, 1999 



SHOTS 



Police bike officers 
make Collegedale safer 






Jonnie Owen likely to 
be home for semester 



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SERVICE 

From Page 1 campus to 



The day began bright and f^^is t 




Complaints rise as 
Collegedale expands 



ADS 






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Campus Safety gives 
nore than just tickets 



"I like my job because I can get out on campus 
and meet the students," Loyd said. 



m-lp.m.p.tluomaTMirM 


Collcgcdalc is a quid 


















.Hid illi.-i-.ilK p.irf. ir.,.-iiinii ■ 


"The only down side 


















parting violations. 


after serving two years as 






Credit Union offers new services 




Two departments move to Daniells Hall 




Hours and menu change at CK 



CK Hours 

Monday - Friday 
8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. 

Sunday 
9 a.m. to 12 p.m. 




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Did you 
sign up for 

y.. Community 
It Service Day? 
Why or why 
not? 



Southern gives bad 

Over 600 students spend day helping other! 



-Stephanie Livesay 



"No, because I'm a lazy jerk." 



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"No, because I'm tired 
crippled. I'm tired of being 
Injured." 



i, because I want to make tittle 
kids happy at the mall where 
e painting faces." 






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I didn't get to the sign-up 



$lo, I was going to, but I have to 

*ork at the Village Market." 




Community Service DqJ 



make it happen! 
Where students went! 



TOP TEN 

Least Desirable Communit| 
Service Day Activities 

by Kameron DeVasher 

10. Match making for senior religion majorsB 
9. Training dummy for K-9 police dogs 
8. Cafeteria taste tester 
7. Remedial reading classes for P.E. mz 
6. Crisis intervention for gym masters 
5. Ethics tutoring for campus safely 

officers 
4. Campus-wide PDA monitoring 
3. Sponge bathing elderly at Life Care 
2. Deciphering P.E. majors' attempts at I 

to the editor 
1 . Training monkeys to take the newly u 

job ol the top ten guy (calm down - ' 

insulted myself too) 



The Southern Acci 



Editorial 



The Southern Accent 



Edi tori als 

)oes homework come 
>efore community service? 



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iih blind peopli 

So why did so many students spend 
■ ine homework? 

e faculty who are sup- under my doof by - 



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1 to be supporting this day making , . . ; , : M(lderlls , „,„„, 

rk t turn in or. 
'■''"" '"" iesday. News Reporting class and 



Astronomy t> 



I, Dr. McClarty sj 

"" "'..'■ " (Jcl ' WLJS Teachers should support the .spirit o 
• ofCommur,^ |h ^ v „. , :c ^ thai we will 

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Mirror, mirror on the wall 

What do you reflect to others? 






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P.O. Box 370 
Collegedale, Term. 37315 
1 (423)238-2721 

http://accent.southern.edu 
accent@southern.edu 

About the Accent 


iISs =V" *"™"°' ..oTSTii™". SSmrS™ Sy 


Hated high school, love college 

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Diversions 



Found Object' metal sculpture show on display in 

' , - tJ u <V~^v Alkn ractnl noititJt and uitiguc behind Hie house, te slookpili 

Brock Hall Gallery 




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How bachelors can win the heart 
of Miss Carrie Ann Whittenburg 



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Pardon me, what's at the Chattanooga ChooChoo? 




Bouldering: adrenaline rush at a price 
that won't drive you up the wall 




Out of places; 
to study? 
Try outdoors 









you. ..anil maybe ijUMiinj>h;i >our ( 



TV Show 



Sports 



earn Skinner takes 
lome Softball trophy 




Signups 


Flagball Sign- 

ramural Flagball learn and compete 
are going on right now in the gym ar 
See you at the field. 


ups 

Nith Southern' 
d dormitory lo 


2? 



fearn Lemdry wins title for second year 







len's All Night Softball Tournament 




Women's All Night Softball! Tournament 


Lemdrv 

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Faith & Values 



■Jufitl tot* aljaiili. value 



Church board discusses future of The 3rd 




j h""*-! ° f A1 ^ sa Sfie P herd ' Joe y Norwood and Jason Henry lead o 
ki "tout the song service for The 3rd last Saturday. Sept. 25. 




Practice German in church 



Why am I a Christian? 



.. ... P r,.k,l.ly yes 
. ... |,...h.,l.l! iM 



IT'S OPEN HOUSE TIME 

At your ADVENTIST BOOK CENTER 

In the Fleming Plaza - on campus' 

From Sept. 18 through 25, 1999 

Storewide Savings! 

Factory Seconds 

Coupon Offer (see below) 



s A LL STUDENT COUPON 

Redemption a, ih"i1m™[ pu,°'E ,„„ 



■ - — uii.^>i nii-:n\Acg.M Faith & Value s Tin 'it 

12th Annual 



Coll^gedale 



^l'illage Market 

pons at km for this very special 

sale 

>Jnjoy savings by the case on your 
favorite Worthington Foods 
products. Sale takes place at AI 

_SpaMingJi'oiJLani-5pni... - 
...or until supplies run out! 

^For every case you buy, 
irthingtou foods tvlll contribute 
!! to your church's Worthy Student 
Fund 

^Enjoy the picnic beginning at 1:45 
pm. 

^Kids! (and kids at heart!) See live 
animals presented by 
"Grizzly" Craig (lylke 
from II am-ii pm. 







Sunday, October I 1999 



Clip and fi ll ml th i s handy fow l, and bring it mil, you lo the Picnic/Food Sale! 

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Cases Product 

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Choplet 

Skallops 

Super-Links 

Fri-Chik 



I2/20OZ 
12/20 02 
12/20 oz 
12/20 oz. 
12/12.5 c 



_Low Fat Fri-Chick 1 2/1 2.5 c 



Reg. Price 

$37.95 

$37.95 

$37.95 

$39.95 

$33.00 

$33.00 



Sale, no ta 
$26.00 
$26.00 
$26.00 
$27.50 
$20.00 
$20.00 



$28.00 
$28.00 
$28.00 
$29.50 
$21.50 
$21.50 



Loma I^inda 

Cases Product Size 

Prime Stakes 12/13 oz. 

Swiss Stake 12/13 oz. 

Redi-Burger 12/19 oz. 

Big Franks 12720 



Re g. Price Sale, no [ax* Sale w/Tax Amount 

$33.00 $23.00 $24.75 

$33.00 $23.00 $24.75 

$37.95 $26.00 

$40.00 $27.50 



$28.00 
$29.50 



Frozen 

Morningstar F'arvms 

Product Size Reg. Price Sale, no la: 

Breakfast Strips 12/5.25 oz. $27.50 $22.00 

Com Dog 8/10 oz. $23.50 $17.00 



Sale w/Tax Amount 



$23.75 
$18.25 



MUST HAVE TAX-EXEMPT SALE SHEET TO OBTAIN NO-TAX PRICE ON FOOD 
ICHURCH: 

2.00 per case— Worthy Student Fund for Church Schools ONLY) 

INAME: 



Humor 



What do you 

U. like about the 
It Accent? 



Eating ourselves out 
of house and home 



What do you 
dislike about 
the Accent? S«l( 



— Kameron DevJ 




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10. E-mails dwindle to forwarded jokes, and your 
name is 12 out of 63 
9. He always asks how he and "that girl over there" 

would look together 
8. He suddenly has an anonymous friend who needs 
to know what to say to the girl he wants to break 
up with 
7. He writes a beautiful poem about a caged dove and 
its quest for freedom and then asks if you see 
what he's saying 
6. Date plans go from "definitely," to "we'll see," to "not 

with you" 
5. He asks who you think he should ask to vespers, 

and it's not rhetorical 
4. While flipping through the Joker, you notice he's 

listed himself as "looking" 
3. And his quote is "we're about to break up" 
2. He always has to "go over and study" with that nerd 

from band camp 
1. He's all "why don't you get it?! I don't like you 
anymore." 



-Mari Oskins 



Math Challenge 



Three men agree to share a cab from lhe 
port into town. When they ai 
reads S25. Each man gives the driver a S 
bill. She hands them five $1 bills as chani 
Each man takes one of the $1 t 

Each man 



emaining two $1 bills as a 
now spent nine dollars, a' 
r has two dollars for a total of S29. * 
3 other dollar? 



The Southern Accent 



Volume 55 Number 6 



[lore than 600 academy 
tudents view Southern 



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MM.HBHMI* 



Southern's Student Voice Since 1926 



Students help Floyd victims jr inside 




Drug and Alcohol 
Awareness Week 



Advent ist church statement 
gives view on homosexuality 




f Southern Accent NEWSJ 



From handcuffs to felony stops: 

Students get real life police experience 






WSMC raises more than $30,000 



Art department expands 

Enrollment increases; more labs added 




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DC, PC 



We heal more than backs and spines. 



We heal the whole person. 



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The Southern Acc ent • Thursday, October 7, 1999 

Diversions 



'hit with sticks' 

in Landrum's dulcimer draws demand 



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iilly eaniei Uic melody, a 



mly. Dan is employed w 



Ask Si 



Anorexia and bulimia: 
How are they different? 

ir Shollj: atrophy of licjri muscle 



rejiluaof ihe Libony B 



a playing "Si Basils 1 Hymn- 



ennessee Aquarium: More than just fish 




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IrXcropolis' recipe for success 



Prosser s People 



What Beth Bennett 
will (and won't) fall for 




Editorial 



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Edi tori als 
Single and Lovin' It 



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Letters to the Editor 



Bietz likes us! Cautious words for credit user 



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Thumbs Up & Thumbs Down 



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The Southern Aceenl 

P.O. Box 370 

Collegedale. Tenn. 37315 

(423)238-2721 

http://iicccnl.soulhem.edu 

accent@southem.edu 

About the Accent 



^'.'^'"'..'ij.^'i™';;;""" " '"' unta I d"d"'di'rZw',ou 01 o,° t B Janelle 

ZmSSSS!"™"" m,< lm "*™ y smiti™ in»« 0.1™' ™ "" I> Chang 






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Sports 



■ I \f',irl.\. untl /),„'.' .'': .■; 



Nashville hockey team 
starts season 

>redators open at home with loss to LA Kings 



nment//LLE 




Predator 
home schedi 



: lag football kicks off 

m l pgi h 300..sigp up on 29 different teams 



NFL picks - Week 5 



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Flagball Schedule 



Thursday Oct. 7 

RA's vs. Schimp 
DeMelo vs. C. Edmisl 
Lemdry vs. Ingersoll St 



Skir 



. Kerby Kaufman vs. Railz 5:45 

. Dempsey Becker vs. Barnett 6:45 

3rown 7:45 



Monday Oct. 11 

Nutt vs. Kwon Becker vs. Kaufman Lemdry vs. Railz 5:45 

K. Johnson vs. Maxson De Melo vs. Ingersoll C. Edmister vs. Barnett 6:45 

Hicks vs. Kwon Wennerberb vs. Brown 7:45 



Tuesday Oct. 12 

Skinner vs. Stuart Ruff vs. L. Edmister Banuchi vs. RA's 5:45 

Brodis vs. Rae Johnson Radnoti vs. Carter Abbott vs. Schimp 6:45 




W^ Check out out master's programs. 



Master of Science in Education Master of Science in Counseling 

•Curriculum and Instruction *Community Counseling 

'Educational Administration *Marriage and Family Therapy 

♦Inclusive Education 'School Counseling 

*Multiage/Multigrade Education 
'Outdoor Education 



School of Education and Psychology 
Southern Adventist University 
E-mail: edpsych@southern.edu 



Phone: 423.238.2765 
or 1.800.SOVTHEKN 
Fax: 423.238.2468 



Humor 



U Who's the 
\\ hottest girl on 



The art of not-pursuing 



campus? 



"Catherine Hurtado-Garcia." 



i 



-David Leonard 




Top Ten 

Ideas from a Campus Safety 
Brainstorming Session 



by Reggie Thomas 




6. Operate Campus Safety 
in the dorm lobbies to fix ID cards and 
enforce PDA rules - use red phones for 
direct communication with Lynn Wood 



3 speed bumps beside the gym 10% bigger, qualify- 
s Book of World Records (lots of free 
9 school) 



II 



"Darlene Guzman. 



A.UnkuTIS'' ty krtnia. 






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"Francis Radnoti.' 



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-Stephanie Swilley 



"Jowsmil Perez." 




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Math Challenge 



The Southern Accent 




■ NEWS Thursday, Octobek 21. lW 



Senate votes to 
improve publication 
equipment 






Drug dog impacts city 
narcotics trafficking 









»dil 
the Oct. 31 
Triathlon? 

Contact Kari Shultz 
238-2484 



Bietz's 'Prayer brings power' 
campaign in full swing 



I by LynncilcAldridiit 






Prayer brings power. 



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Sleepless at 
Southern 



Students assist in automobile services 




5K Race to benefit th< 
Special Olympics 



Oyatds). . Special Olympic athlete! 



The Southern Accent ♦ Thursday, Octoijer 21, 1999 

Diversions 



Annie' kicks off series: 

Chattanooga's taste of Broadway 



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jt was it found to be good date material? 




ot samples? 

lage Market demo man brings 
ighter, smiles, and sales 



Last Chance to Enter 
(and win!) the 

Great Dates 
Contest 



Men's club hosts 'cosmic' 
bowling party Saturday night 




Celebrate pumpkin 
season with recipies 
Pumpkin Pie Pumpkin 

■ r,SSK" «*■.«■* Bread 




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Editorial 



The Southern Accent 

Southe rn 1 Sudan Voice Sin ce 1926 

.1EL OLSOW KerEKSA JlWIPER 



Edi tori als 

I A challenge to change 

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I Thumbs Up & Thumbs Down 

h> .[miiiihsin Geach 

llllllill., Il|l Iii||iii>\Jiil; Mir I In . '."ll,, ,'iuM -.i-,il nl I"ml' "I ! 

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. t j 0|U 1 " y E Anyway, I was pulling for Boston. 

The Southern Accent 

P.O. Box 370 

Collegedale.Tenn. 37315 

(423)238-2721 

http://accent.soulhem.edu 

accent@soulhem.edu 

About the Accent 




Well, I didn't want to get all dressed up (or 



Letters to the Editor 



Turn that frown ^■^"•V'T^iV Letter of the Wee 

upside down ^t^^"S^L J£i™£r^td 












Thanks for The 3i 

bauHO<iober9)w 



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Lessons from ViewSouthern 



ic Spirit to speak irtroughhii 



Save trees 
Recycle tli 



What's up with the terminals? 

Information Services plans to fix them this week 






Commentary 



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sheley »™ "T'Z" "■" 

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high change iht Liin.yn L t 



laly. repercussions of going thronch 



)ueen of Night Vision 




ew Student Life Director maintains 'open 
oor policy' for voicing change, concerns 



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The name's Adams... 
...Aaron Adams 



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My mollo/quolc 



S. A. U. Students & Faculty 
Visit the 

ADVENTIST 
BOOK CENTER 

Through November 15: 

• 25% discount on Ellen White 
books! 

• 10% discount on your favorite 
CD or Cassette (bring this ad.) 

• 25% discount on faith-sharing 
T-shirts (with this ad.) 

• Our 3.9 cent/minute phone card 
makes calling home economical 

We're at your doorstep, in the 
Fleming Plaza! 

Visit our website @ 
www.adventist bookcenter.com 



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Sports 



The Game of Inches 



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16th Annual Cohutta Springs 



TRIATHLON 



:ulty/Sla.1 are invited lo palic- 



Rolay Team — S50 Pie register 6 



'Swami' & 'Dan the Man's' 
NFL Picks Week 7 






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Flagball 
Standings 



Stuart 
Dempsey 

Wennerberg 



2 Women's Leagui 



Lemdry 
C. Edmister 
Ingersoll 

Becker 

Kaufman 

Barnett 

DeMelo 



Volleyball Sign-ups 

Sign-ups for intrmural volleyball start o_ 
Tuesday Oct. 19 and continue until next ] 
week. Sign-ups for AA league is by invila- I 
tion and there is an individual sign-up sheet I 
for A league. Those wishing to play in B I 
league may sign up by leams or individually! 
Look for the sign-up dates and Captain 
ing dates posted in the gym and cafatei 
lobby wall. 




Schedules for flagball 



Thursday Oct. 21 

DBMelo vs. Raitz 
Barnett vs. Kaufman 
L. Edmister vs. Schimp 

Monday Oct. 25 

Stuart vs. Maxson 
Brown vs. Nutt 
Dempsey vs. K. Johnsoi 

Tuesday Oct. 26 



Wednesday Oct. : 



Rae Johnson vs. RA's Ingersoll v 
C. Edmister vs. Lemdry Radnoti v; 
Ruff vs. Banuchi 



Ingersoll vs. C Edmister DeMelo vs. Kaufman 
Wennerberg vs. Hicks Raitz vs. Becker 
Skinner vs. Kwon 




Faith & Values 



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tudents discover on heritage trip 
hat the Church was founded by youth 




Doug Batchelor pre- 
sents Net '99 live 
from New York City 



Mil 



Be on time to see Ed 
Wright speak 
The 3rd 



he day Bright Bluebird faded 

lesson learned in Fenton Forest 




Faculty who care about students 




Humor 



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If you could 

. , be anyone for 

It a day, who 

would you 

be? Why? 



"Steve Jobs, because of his v 



Be your own 
Backstreet Boy 




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— rVTilo Hurley 




Mrs. Blanco, because she has a 




awesome job. 


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—Brian Jobe 




Freshman 


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—Cassandra Dennis 




Freshman 




Gina Jimenez, because she's a 
beautiful Lalin woman." 


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—Chad Stuarl 


UMNl "A cartoon, because if anything 
JFl jffl Gvef na PPens. they bounce back.- 


— YoMary Rivera 




Robbie Peterson, because he's 





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you never I . 

want to be? Scll( 

Why? 




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"Rupert Everett, because he's 



Top Ten 



Signs You were raised in an Adventist home 



10. You know what a haystack is. 
9. Your family dedicates Sunday afternoons entirely to 

football. 
8. You take a second helping of Nuteena— not because 

you're being polite but because you actually like it. 
7. You were the only kid on your block who had to take out i 

student loan to finish your freshman year of high school 

(academy). 
6. Instead of turkey, your family celebrates Thanksqivina 

with a giant roll of wham. 
5. Due to the inherent evils of competition, your academy 

sports program consisted of a gymnastics team and the 

student association fall picnic. 
4. You take pride in the fact that you already know the true 

identity of the Antichrist. 
3. Your Academy principal was an expert on female hem- 

lines, yet he still wasn't considered a ladies man 
2. The word "Pathfinder" to you means more than just a 

sports utility vehicle. 

1 I^ Were / ai , Sed Wilh ,he knowled 8e that consumption of 
pork products is a one way ticket to the lake of fire. 



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"Monica Lewinsky, because she's 
popular in a negative way." 



Math Challenge 



•i you have the answer to this week's * 
'enge email you, answer to jijohnsnSs" 
em.edu by Friday noon. 

A bus arrives at a station every day at 
oom t, me between 1:00 p m and 1:30 
Wriat ,s trie probability that a person a 
the statran at 1 :00 p m will have to w£ 
ten minutes? 



The Southern Accent 



Volume 55 Number 8 



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Southern's Student Voice Since 1926 



tlumni weekend starts 
oday, changes planned 



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room changes upset students 



Thinking of dropping a class? 

Today's the last day to automatically get a "W" 




JS" ; 




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The Southern ArraNT NEWS Thursday, October 2 



Church hosts race relations 
summit at headquarters 



in Silver Spring. Maryland. 



The Young Alumni Are 
Getting Ready- 
To Open 
Something 
Big!!! 




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Students still breaking health laws 



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CAFE 



ALUMNI 

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Gym I 
Servicm 

Sabbath School! 

lies RE. Centerjt 
10:15a.n 



Sanctua 
Servi 



the sacluraiyol 
Collegedale Cfttfl 
on Sabbath. 



Health Services runs out of flu vaccij 

Unexpected response depletes supplies j 




Two Convenier 
Locations for Flu SI 

•Health Service will give] 
shots to students at the I 
Student Center, Wednesdl 
November 3, 1999, from 4 
to 5:30 p.m. 

Cost is $7. 

•Flu shots are also a 
at Ooltewah Health 
Department from 8:00 a.«| 
to 3:30 p.m. Monday throuj 
Friday. Phone: 238-4269. 

Cost is $10. 



The Southern' Accent . Thursday, October 28, 1999 

Diversions 




Solly Whoppers: 'not like your 
verage submarine vendors' 



beyond 

The Cafeteria 



efiollj^A/boppers 



lerican Turkey. Vegg. ; o S 






Museum stores secrets 
of Chattanooga's past 



idependent Film Series: Chinese, American, French, German fare 



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The Southern Accent 

Soiahem i Student Voice Since 1926 



Edi tori als 
Just say no 

(to outward adornment) 



biSSHSS^ 


lis sole purpose is to make a man look 


S^dommcm^K-X Th'- ' h ' 11 


appearance). 




know that a girl is planning to marry 


biblical principles. 


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gentlemen should mil wear lies. 


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thai are mi based upon biblical princi- 


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Thumbs Up & Thumbs Down 


compiled Ity Jonathan Orach 


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had^oodrea^ons. but U^owtoafulri 




going to miss IL 




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JiKuAnfchlo™" 81011 


girls' parking lot 


1 Inimhs up - Bowling night 

1 itiiuL Di.Mii Major-, liiuI Ilk' Men's 


being dune about (he parking problem: 










had ihc entire howling allcv. too. 




jSta"" , °"" vc '" k0 '" oh "" 


sidewalk-, 


Thumbs up - Guys dorm 


a niLe cruris g -un/under my feet. 




















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Tliumbs up — Kenl Rufo 


uimulcs long fli.mV- ,,;,,,„■ In, wiping 


Roddejjw Ucom R a A nd Robin S™ 


Thumb down - Closing 


Thumbs up — Slushies al KR's 


iV, ,,!!,"'.'!, ^\V L !di;i is a valuable' 


Despite the (net they are expensive. 






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Tax deduction will address 
rising college costs 



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Harold 
Ford, Jr. 



Do you believe in II 



Susy 
Pastrana I 



Will you marry me? 

Better ask permission firstl 



V (SAU) let us make a ample of, 






Save trees. 
Recycle me 



Commentary 




Conservative ok with me 



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Feature 



Your favorite 
(and/or little-known) 
faculty and staff 
exposed. . . 




Inside the mind of a 
campus favorite 



The last line of the book 




The Southern Accent • Thursday, October 28, I'""- 1 



Sports 



Team Maxson runs by Team Ohio, 19-8 

Evans quarterbacks team to perfect regular season 




2. Nutt 5-1 



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Record day for Southern swimmers 

Beardsley, Ritland and Rayburn set new times 



Flagball 
Standings 

Men's A League W-L 6. Hicks 



1. Abbott 5-0 6. Becker 

1 smart 4-1 2. Carter 50 7. Raitz 

2. Dempsey 3-2 3. RA's 4-1 8. Kaufman 

3 Skinner 2-3 4. Radnoli 3-2 

4. Brown 1-4 5. Rulf 3-2 

5. Wennerberg 1-4 6. LEdmister 2-3 

7. Banuchi 1-4 

West Division 8. Brodis 1-4 

9. Rae Johnson 1-4 

1. Maxson 6-0 lO.Schimp 0-5 



PGA Tour mourns the 
death of a true champi 



ridiilulh .. 



NFL Picks — Week 8 






Kick aerobics class now offera 



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UWhatd 
jt dislike 
Hallow 



What do you 
about 
Halloween? 



Super-Links, Tofu 
Milk & Veggie-Dates 



What do you 

like about § 

Halloween? 



"People can dress up and a 




y 



J*As Christians, we shouldn't promote 
I something where kids dress like 



—Teresa Van Wart 



a holiday celebrating Satan." 



"It's all about goblins and goons." 



Ill's of the devil, the spawn of Satan.' 



Top Ten 

signs you've been attending 
Southern too long 



10. You actually like the fake mustard in the cafe. 
9. You refer to dating as "courting." 
8. You are disappointed that you can no longer park your 

horse and buggy on campus. 
7. You attend class with your grandchildren. 
6. The line in the cafe moves way too fast for you. 
5. You think allowing wedding bands is a cardinal sin. 
4. You remember when cheese was free. 
3. You began as a freshman goat husbandry major at SMC. 
2. You enrolled as a Mrs. major. 
1 . You remember when the head of campus safety was 
popular. 

Kurkuns ty Kmn» Tom*ui4u.Uu*M" 



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HmmimmmsMi 



'limpkin lOVG Southern falls short $690,700 




>uthern to award more 
erit-based scholarships 



Halloween objections voiced in senate 



irning old in to new 





Blanco to retire in May; Clouzet 
appointed new dean of religion 







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slid it 



What did they say? 



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NEWS Thuk.sli.-v, Npvlmhlk 4, 19^9 



New sidewalk and Greenway 
connection to be built 



Ryan Camp, sopfiomore on D j av 



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DUghan pus. Mam Hjmilicni, dirt. 






Recycle 
the Accent 



College students at high 
risk for meningitis 



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Free counseling at Samaritan Center 






Almost anything goes 
on Saturday night 






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Seven new degrees 
coming fall 2000 









Digital clocks going 
up around campus 




The Southern Au. im • Tin iMm. November 4, 1999 

Diversions 



ove, tragedy in Japan 
nerge in Tivoli's 'Butterfly' 




ixposed: 



laughman's plans for world takeover 



Mount Vernon offers 
authentic taste of the South 



beyond 

The Cafeteria! 




Editorial 




Spirituality leads to recovery 



sugall, supervisor of Spiriru; 



Higher Pow, 



Thumbs Up & Thumbs Down 

O.mollwl liy Jonathan Gi-ach M^Kec Foods, has a plant in his town 
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up for being Chrisi-iikc in a self-centered 

Thumbs down - "Doctors In His 

Service" 

Wli.n j hhiUnl plut: for money 1 I Jin 

111-1 * il.-Tins: ^licinvc .in: munp ti'i 

have ■IWiemafce* in His Service." w 
■J,»uriwlisls in His Strvw Another 



From photo 
controversy to 
kudos 



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il was also a pain lor whom? 






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Tired of being unemployed 

Human Resources gives hints 






signed opinions expressed in 



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Commentary 



Stranded in the rain 



'end the gas pedal, and (he I 



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Teacher 

Feature 



Your favorite 
(and/or little-known) 
faculty and staff 
exposed. . . 




The ring or the watch? 

Explore other alternatives 




Ekkens' 
eclectic 
endeavors 



witching at the 
bought of stress 




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Sports 



NFL great dies at 45 



Yankees dominate the World Serie| 

Braves fall as Yankees sweep series 4- 




Johnson places second in triathlon 



NFL Picks — Week 




TMESnnna.vtaE.vr • Til 



Faith & Values 



.eading archaeologist 
o speak this weekend 







: Weekend Speaker Schedule 



D:15 Ed Wright 

AH by Myself!" 



sj SDA Church 
L-00 Garrett Nudd 
lad's Plan for You" 



o Road Church 
9:00 & 11:30 Don Gettys 
"Lot's Salty Wife" 

Hamilton Community Church 
11:30 MarkBresee 

"Chris! is Coming!" 



nd time thriller portrays 
Christian theology 




Hamilton Community 

A non-traditional worship service 







Hitting the streets with Steps to Christ 




Evidence of things not seen 






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The Southern Accent 



BusmnsmsEn 



Southern's Student Voice Since 1926 



\dventist elected mayor of 
lation's third largest city 




Christmas opera to be performed 



Almost anything went 




Guest soloist joins Southern 
Symphony Orchestra on Sunday 



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■ NEWS Thursday November 11. 1999 . 



Wellness center on hold 

Raised money used for box factory 




More phone lines added 

New voice mail system planned 






Conference Center parking 
additions still incomplete 




Party prompts investigation 

Deans search for drunken revelers 






Think 
outside 
the box 




mEBmmaamm 

Are you a good listener:' Do you like giving helpful advice? 

Consider a career in Marriage and Family Therapy. 






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Wellness center on hold 

Raised money used for box factory 




Party prompts investigation 

Deans search for drunken revelers 



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Conference Center parking 
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Diversions 



liscounts for laughter at Worm and Weasel 



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o't n n ' i i! " Vir-'' '^tr^ure s? 


lee University performs 
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Caving mishap 
won't stop Jennifer 



People 




Carson to 
address 
medical 
society 







Shake it up at Shake Shack drive-in 



beyond 




Editorial 




Pagan holidays 

To celebrate or not to celebrate? 

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iliniLiiuL-. dull M,M "Bags of Boo" sex. 



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Hey Manny, do you think anyone is listening to us? 



Letters to the Editor 



Tired of jewelry 
complaints 









Doctors not a 'plug for money' 






Get in the yearbook! 

Take your sports 

pictures to the 

Memories office. 



Everything is evil 



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Faith & Values 



mJnliy.* 



jar or Lord? 

acing tough questions 









flippanlly or carelessly 1 
mplicarionsoronransw, 

Mo vinnally every mi 






Chasing frowns with clowns 




Weekend Speakers Schedule 



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McDonald Road 



Sports 



jam Maxson wins A league 



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her.iu.«nysv.y. 


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KKpiEEs- 


am Abbott wins B League 




sam Lemdry takes women's title 


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Week 10: Bills or Miami? 



-s play inert struggle so do die Chargers' el 

llywinchti making Ihe play(..flV 

e helm D and D's pick: Raiders 






UDo you know 
\\ the meaning 



Answer of minute s 



Conspectus? 

To decisively infigurate tl 
sector banana kiwi delux if 
f • \ f I coagulate of nothing." 

■-,■ Answer: a summary of a subject 



Hang dog? 

"In front where the rope hangs c 
a gallows." 



I — Jnson Salvers 



Vomitory? 

"A place where people who 

puke a lot go to slay. A puker's 

dormitory." 



-Brian McDonald 



jiUMOR___ 

Laughter is the best medicine 

Dating dixie chicks and 
meeting the rooster ' 




Do you know 
the meaning 
of ...? 



SlK 



\ Conspectus? 

"Looking at something wi 
j somebody else." 

Answer: a summary of a 



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Answer: the act of talking ti 



Top Ten 



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Appropos? 

"Not sure about something/) 

apprehensive." 



Great things about being an art major 

By Kerensa Juniper (with help from permanent residents of the CGI 

Lab who wish to remain anonymous) 
10. It keeps the ongoing u PC-versus-Macintosh" debate alive for 

9. Weekly pilgrimages to town for yet n 



Hang dog? 

"When a dog is going 
through depression." 




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Southern's Student Voice Since 1926 



ercury eclipses the sun 

dents view rare Mercury eclipse; still time to 
i Wednesday night meteor shower 




i0,000 to School of Computing 

j decision for advertising funds sparks debate 



Pyke writes Christian 
novel set in Collegedale 

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Halloween nightmare for students 

Involved students receive various disciplines for semester 




Bring i 
parishable 
foods to the 

"Celebration 
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this Sabbath at 

the Collegedale 

Church 



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What dfd they say? 



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Internet preregistration studied 

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Diversions 



SA Pres. sleeps 
with spiders 



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Students to perform opera! 




3 ekanov performs The 
Four Seasons at Tivoli 



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Edi tori als 
IWhat I'm thankful for 



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Letters to the Editoi 



Don't turn a blind eye, print truth 



iThumbs Up & Thumbs Down 

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Thanksgiving 



Time for thanks 



ilicihi wlb my Mly. S*™ IS "IS™ 

Eiriiytir ill my family J,„T™,.h !»»".. I, 






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Roots of Thankfulnes 






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from friends to perfect driving records 
to just being here... 

I'm Thankful For... 




1 . (he liberties th 

2. my mom 
3.hash browns a 



; country provides 



1. my roommate's food 

2. deoderant on other people 

3. the elevator in the Student 
Center 

Manny Ojeda 



l. chocolate 

2. Aldo shoes 

3. my sisters 



Nathalie Marceau 



1. my family and friends 

2. the memories I have 

3. the pictures to prove them 

Adriana Serban 



Marlene Millburn 



1. being loved by those I don't deserve 



2. tigers 

3. bears, < 



1. Wal-Mart 

2. Sand 'n Sun flip flops 

3. kayaking 

Jesse James 



1 . candy 

2. Coke 

3. bubble gum 



John Reinhold 



jvarm buildings 
a full stomach 
a healthy body 

Jeremiah Weeks 



I. my goat 
I 2. my well-crafted body 
3. my goat's well-crafted body 
Kameron DeVasher 



1. Heather Flynt 

2. Collegedale Police 
Department 

3. Richard Hickam 

Ernie Dempsey 



1. beautiful weathei 

2. good job 

3. my husband 




tnows the truth 
vedo 
Solange Wensell 



!. new friends 
l. laughter 

Jessica Zanes 



1 . my experience at Southern 



2. the friendships I have here 

3. God's love, care and long- 
suffering with me 

Petra Dotson 



2. Friday afternoons 

3. dorm showers 

Garrett Nudd 

1 . the weekend 

2. food 

3. Madden 2000, for 
PlayStation 

Steve Goldenber 



Danny DuBosque 



1. birthdays 

2. sitting by Benjie in ethics :) 

3. only 1 more Accentl 

Stephanie Swilley 



it Southern 

3 Christian friends 

Helmer Olivelra 






n class when I could 
be outside 

2. Mom 

3. Karene Verhaeghe 

Nick Bejarano 



2. Thanksgiving 

3. Dave Oakley 



Rebekah Bonney 



1. The inspirations of my 
shower 

2. Smints 

3. Kelly, Kerensa, Robin, and 
Stephanie 

Brad Hill 



1 . that Jesus is coming soon 

2. the beautiful fall leaves 

3. my sister 

Anita Davfd 




. friends who listen to n 
I. a home to go to 



1. Dr. Evil ("Mini Me, you com- 

2. Richard Hickam 

3. VW Cabriolets & my perfect 
driving record 

Heather Flynt 



Ireland Burch 



3. 1 have Christ 



1. Randy, my husband 

2. Penny, my best friend 

3. David, my brolher 

Kalte Kelch 



1. the abfllity to read and write 

2. an abundant, cheap supply of fresh 
fruits and vegetables (after being on 
an island where they weren't so) 

3. unexpected surprises God throws 



Carrie Barnett 



1. my fiance Danny 

2. my 3 cats — Thunder, 
Lightning, & Tigger 

3. Only one month of analysis 



1. laughs 

2. coffee shops 



Elisa Rodriguez 






Kerensa Juniper 



2. Garrett 

3. nature 
Joy Pecaoco 



. my family 

!, heavenly music 

I. number theory 



1 . Oreo shakes from thB CK 

2. Thanksgiving 

3. Jesus loves me 

Laura Rumsey 



ihe fact that Y2K would 
iver affect Collegedale. It's 
■I high-tech enough to shut 

Michelle Merlsanu 




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Sports 



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ESSAY CONTEST 2000 



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• At the beginning of the third millennium, what ethical iss 

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• The 20th century produced unprecedented violence: 

the Holocaust, "ethnic cleansing," and genocide. 

What action must be taken to prevent the 21st century 

from repeating the mistakes of the past? 

• What is the most profound moral dilemma you have 
personally experienced and what has the experience 

taught you about ethics? 



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DEADLINE: JANUARY 21, 2000 

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"I Andi Stanford 



Thai I don't mind 
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"My charming personality." 






_Jr[UMOPL___ 

Thatcher Hall for guys 

A scary waiting place 






That I'm beautiful." 






Top Ten 

children's books least likely 
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By Kameron DeVasher — Admittedly Molen from [he Internet 

10. Curious George and the High Voltage Fence 

9. The Kids' Guide to 
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8. Some Kittens Can Fly 

7. The Little Sissy Who 
Snitched 

6. Grandpa Gets a Casket 



4. Kathy Was So Bad Her 
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3. You Were an Accident 

2. Dad's New Wife Robert 

1 . You Are Different and That's Bad 





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about your- 
self? 



said 



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FYI: 6'2" 



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*The Southern Accent 



Volume 55 Number 12 



1JIWHW«!BCTH*» 



Southern's Student Voice Since 1926 



uckle up Collegedale 

I vote passed on new seat belt law 



Christmas found 
in Thatcher Hall 

IT"" 




ow safe is Happy Valley? 




■ nU, in ««J 



New voice mail system up 

Rough start confuses many 



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Campus Shop the 
best option for 
book buyback 






brary doors 
stay open 
itil 11 p.m. 






Pres. Bietz answers to the students 

School leader holds town hall meeting at C onvocation 

by Lynnettc Aldrldgc 



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Thumbs Up & Down 



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What did they say? 



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SEATBELT 

From Page 1 






Harris takes a study 
break next semester 

byJudyProo.r j ■"" 




United States: Adventist Church Responds to 
Increased Smoking Among Youn^People^ 









SAFE1 

From P»( 




Collegedale 
church rings 
in Y2K with a 
special service 

b> Jcni Dt.v«ts 



BOOKS 

From Page 1 



Campus Shop vs. Internet: Who nas the best prid 



Officials say Southern is ready for Y2K 



and [PsMor Wright] will Imv 



Kcm C1 lu/y2ki 



How 

concerned are you 
about V 9 F 
problems*? 

Not concerned 
59% 

Slightly concerned 
33% 

Somewhat concerned 
8% 

Very concerned 



Anti-smoking cam- 
paigners alarmed bl 
free cigarettes in ml 



program 



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Nv-iv. rui. u-I!A'kOh rMiiiR 1 ', |w<> 



;ollegedale passes 20-year growth plan 

;ity reaches compromise on Ooltewah annexation 



No indoor ID card 
swipers in Talge Hall 
for Christmas 




Southern music groups to 
Lrform Handel's Messiah 



Olson leads the Accent into the millennium 

Editor Stephanie Swilley graduates, new editor takes over second s 




IpecialThanks To... 



Mr. Ruf s news repotting class. 
You have been a BIG part of this semester's Accent 



Mr. Stephen Ruf 

JLynnette Aldridge 

ICharissa Botticelli 

Kirsten Carreno 

Jeni Deavers 

Selena Fuller 

Carrie Garlick 

Jolene Harrell 

I Stephanie Livesay 



Kelly Malgadey 

Daniel Olson 

Judy Prosser 

Robin Reid 

Jeremy Robinson 

Harmony Tillerson 

Dave Warden 

Cady Van Dolson 

Beverly Young 




Edi tori als 
I Time to do the paper 



riiL'tiio-itx.n. ' 






myself to write. I And imont v, ( .ulJ Jo h|v ^ y the music again before wi 

it for me.) To remember the limp luiur-. v J~ 'J 6 

I've spent in ihis office I've written a ■' ' ,J n " ^"^ j, s[art j ns , „ el „r 

I journal 10 commemorate what u ' m " , e L J '^ \ .' h " j „ 

on every Tuesday night. X^Lr Judv in order to eel he 

t-^day. 10 p.m Only one rJ ,e ,i ^ ^J"[ J™'^ 

Hie 14 is totally done. It's going to be a ^ ""jj, „„ 2,b!b 



! people 



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I pulen a total of over 10 times. m " me Ul * ai " '™ lasl ,sa,re 

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Thumbs Up & Thumbs Down 



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IS apparently decided thf 

....■ut.l -inipK j'urihj'-i: Ihec 

It reully boihers me thai \ 
its, were .secretly shonchi 

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Thumbs down: Changing the 



Letters to the Edito 

God sees past, present and future 



hopefully not. thjl ChnMnui-V MerJ I 



Itmmlis down: No interior door 



d and would be installed w 



arlicr, since they were 



Graduate 
memories 



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Southern still a great place to be 






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Sa 

trees. 

Recycli 

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Longer break due to Y2K 









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Faith & Values 



Something magical for one SM 



.. we don"i really hive bolly h 






Christmas CD Reviews 

Michael W. Smith rocks the season 



Amy Grant sparkles in her new CD 




Never-ending story, parti 



Noah 
McCall 



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Sports 



IFC Central race heating up 



SSSWJSS'™ 1 ' 


D and D's pick, Bengals 
tan Abbott's pick: 


Drad D's pick: Co„boj. 


San Diego at Seattle: 


vri'iTO at Washington: 


"'-' u-culllhc Chargers 


JlTcon" mCEUmPIi0 '' O r lalC 


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Team Inman leads volleyball action 

Team Christensen, Team Lemdry have best records in women's A-league 



Detroit ai Tampa Hay: 



Miami at N.V. Jets: 



Buffalo at N.V. Giants: mca 



New England a 



s pick- Titans InciiaiKipdTis: 

Oirolinfl at Green Bay: COLTS ARE FOR REAL . for a body b, 



ijutiitr nric of Olson's pick: Vikings 

: ihu ,.:,> will Denver at Jacksonville: 



11 and D's pick: Colts which would greatly help 

Baltimore at Pittsburgh: Lo m bard i Trophy. Don't 



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Humor 



■ What's your 
Said it "est line 
^^F under the 
mistletoe? 



n"Kiss me if I'm wrong, but you 
want to go out with me. n 




"Nolhing, I can't gel a 
mistletoe." 



Jonathan Geach 



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Much ado about merry 
mistletoe mayhem 






Top Ten 

advantages of the new 
phone system 



9- The new sysiem is so easy 10 use (hut If 

i[iculuig' ttcic L'lirmn.ileil hv llie Inform; 
Swell]- IX'pjtitik'iti in urn liiii-f.llal jiu r 

7. Faculty voted the change as an opporti 




ly Southern'-, nule U uli\ .mJ T.ilcc indents /" fj"^ 

demanded a system with a sexy female voice. I V 

5. The latest scientific research poinis to dra- XsJ^T 



What would 
be your 
response? 



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I "Come to Mommy, Santa." 



j "Sorry buddy, I'm taken." 



"Guess it's destiny." 



—Scott Collins 



Math Challenge 



nulii. hut Jett Siaddnn , 



' Thursday, December 9, 1999 



Christmas Special 




Wish Lists 



^te&r SlM^i 




What are your Christmas wishes? Peace on earth? 
Toys? Find out what Southern students and faculty 
wish for this holiday season. 



Kathy Stair 

1. million dollar movic-a-thon 




Ellen Marquart 


Nick Van Allen 




1. someone to finish my drawings 


I. a personal campus safety officer 






2. more cameras in the Garden of Prayer 


3. Olympic Kleenex competition 




3. plane ticket to North Carolina 


3. a date with Kate and Jaclyn 


Jenelle Silvers 




Mike Freeland 


Matt Roddy 






1. to be with Ellen Marquart over break 


I. lots of egg nog 






2 plane ticket to Texas 


2. a Nintendo 64 


1. nose'hair clippers 




3. rocket 88 stage 1 (moutain bike) 


3. a big screen TV to play Nintendo 64 on 


Becky Gerrans 




Brent Hardinge 


Alana Piersanti 


1 , a concert grand piano 




1. endless powder! 








2. plane ticket to California 




3. good books 




3. more days of skiing 


3. Roddy and Joe — Git! 


Heidi Olson 




Nathan Huber 


Chris Louis 


1 . sleep 




1. a girl 


1. a tatoo of Willie Nelson 


2. a white Christmas 




2. another girl 


2. the complete anthology of The Babysitter's Club 


3. exam exemptions 




3. some play 


3. Pokemon. . .of course 


Carrie Zoch 




Chuck Marshall 


Wesley Leeds 


1. 3 winning lottery tickets 




1. my 2 front teeth 


1 . an air-mattress pump 


2. 2 mugs of Java 




2, tickets to the New Year's Eve Phish show 


2. a life-time supply of Life cereal 


3. a partridge in a pear tree 




3. Phish live at Hampton 


3. snow for a longer vacation 


Lynnette Aldridge 




Ronald Christian 


Traci Hagele 






1. Indiana Jones mi J the Temple 1 4 Down sound- 1. no papers 


2. coffee 




track CD 




3. one of Carnc Zndi\ ^mmiimi' l"iic:\ 




2. Star Wars Episode One-The Phantom Mer 
for the Sony PlayStation 


ace 3. no group projects 


Lisa Becker 




3. CD Walkman 


Mariana Worthy 


I . the other one of Carrie Zoch's winnin 


c lottery 


Tareica Lewis 


1. longhair 

2. motercycle 


2 Mealing l_\mifiic-\ lottery ticket 




1. money 


3. Ricky Martin 


3. buying a Wrangler with the lottery money 


2. car (VW Bug) 




Cady Van Dolson 

1. win $1 million in the Publisher's Clearing 


3. digital camera (batteries included) 

Natalie Moore 


Danny DuBosque 

1 . champagne 

2. caviar 


House Sweepstakes 

2. a mug of Carrie's Java 




2. clothes 


3. Carrie "Slice of Heaven" Whjltenburg 


3. to buy Southern with Carrie. Lynnelt 
with all the money we'll have 


. and Us 


3. digital camera 


Danae Bland 


Krista Collins 




Jenny Harlow 

1. final exam exemptions 


1. be in gymnastics 
2,getgiflsfromToysRUs 


I. courage to brave a Canadian winter 




2. 3 feel of fresh powder 




Florida summer 




3. an extra week to go skiing 


Gary Roberts 


Jennifer Williams 






1. double burger from Burger King 


2. to go home 






3. PC for my room 


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Sam Evans 

3. perfume 



The Southern Accent Wish Lists Thursday, December 9, : 



Brad Morris 

1 . my very own Red Ryder BB gun 

2. a special gun noisier for my Red Ryder BB gun 

3. a sidekick 

Etelia Warden 

I ihe hieye-M smooch) ki-s from my hubby! 



April Lee 

1 . my brother lo come home for Christmas 

2. enough money to go to Cambodia 



Casey Clark 

1. a girlfriend 

2. a girl who is a friend and interested in m 

3. a person of the female persuasion with r< 
designs for me 

Christy Latta 



I lots of fat-free cake 

2. bathtub fun Barbie 

3. a call from you 

Jonathan Geach 



Rachel Korson 

1 . peace on earth 



Ginger Rand 

I.aiigerlily 

2. the perfect kiss j 



Carol Davidson 



David Conrad 



Geoff McRae 

1. plane ticket anywhere 

2. soccer ball 

3. a good book 

Scott McPherson 
Zonique James 



Emilie Wilson 

1.Y2K compliant airpoi 



Heather Spiva 



Scott Collins 

1. 10,000 direct alladvanlagc 

2. 200-gallon aquarium 

3. 8 loaves of banana bread 

Joy Pecaoco 

1 . peace to all 



Carolyn Hall 

I. my sweetheart, Jimmy! 

Penny Krueger 

1. white Christmas (I live in Florida) 

2. Richard Hickam to lake me to dinner 

3. Stephanie Fetnek tu not lake her teaching job in 
Florida and stay here instead 

Shalini Pandit 

1 . a huge, expensive, thoughtful, loving gift from 
Emily Dunkel! 

2. I'd really like to Finally see Santa this lime, ok? 
{Rudolph will do too) 

3. A proposal even just a nnu will work too! (hint 
hint— love you Davy!) 

Emily Dunkel 

1 . a bell off Santa's sleigh 

2. Rudolph's red nose 

3. That Hope m.ikes it h.u.k from l.urope to Bo for 
Chrislmas! (Shalini) 

Noelle Cappa 

1. someone to kiss for New Year's Eve 

2. gifts for the kids at Cumberland Hall 

3. slun gun 

Stephanie Spurlock 

2. an all expenses paid trip to the destination ol mj 
choice 

3. peace and tranquility to all 

Ian Wilkinson 

1. anew bumper lor m\ Honda [the old one's been 
used ioo many limes) 

2. castle legos 

3. more RAM for my computer 

Andi Stanford 

1 . pre-paid phone card to Albania 

2. the window to be glued shut 



Jen Murdoch 

1. a blender to in, ike e\er> d.i\ tropical slush day 

2. the window always left WIDE OPEN! 

3. My roommate's boyfriend to come from Albania 
so I don't have to listen lo tier whim; .ibout e-mail 




Alysia Booth 



3. car (my rusi bucket died) 



3. to live ol f campus 

Richmond Carter 



Kerensa Juniper 

I. The Seat of WimIoni. upholstered in ilie I auric of 



Maria Hazen 

1 . A brand new design building for the Art 
Department 

2. Vertical walls for the Phil Garver A-frame h 
I live in 

3. For Jesus to come 

Skye Chiders 

I. IM resurrection ("cover the world" with 
"Property of Instructional Media" labels). 



Zach Gray 

2. Liberty 

Ann Mosher 

1. Bun-Bun the minile 

2. Kiki the ferret 

3. The Dust Puppy 



Jeni Hasselbrack 



Angel Rivera 

1 . About three empty w 



Todd Henderson 

1 . campus safety huh caps 

2. campus safety badge 

3. stop sign 



it most of all a little "sweet love" from Paul 

Rachael Shea 

.. I.j.i i- .h.i.vJ Jj.iiii.i: l nil;.: 

2. a cruise to a tropical island with dolphins 

3. a new Joker picture 

Helen Kohjus 

1 . a 4.0 report card 

2. a job offer from Baywutch 

3. a husband (or a green card) 

Stephen Herr 

1.50 gallons of egg nog 

2. 20 pounds of '"pure, unadulterated muscle" 



Ezequiel Rocha 

1. Peace in the world 

2. Cure for all diseases 

3. A multiprocessor Macintosh G5, with a 2 giga- 
hertz processor. 8 gigabytes of RAM. and a 256 

Paul Myers 

1. lower gas prices 

2. peace on earth, good will towards men 

3. an 8 x 10 picture of me and Christy Gregory 



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chwarzenegger's search for the ulitmate toy 



What really happens when 
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vdents share their favorite thing 




> Thursday, DECEMBER 9, 1999 



Millennium 



The final countdown: 

Y2K around the globe 



Dm. 31.8<i.m.e.T. 
Washington's Y2K command ccni 
convenes: it will not stand down fi 



Accent Poll: 
New Year's Eve Plans 



Are your New Year* s Plans going to be 

36% — Bigger 

12% — Smaller 

52%— About the same 

Do you plan to be awake or asleep at mid- 
night?* 
95% — Awake 



loney were no object where would you b 

on New Year's Eve?* 

24 — Times Square in New York City 

26 — Eiffel Tower in Paris 

3 — The international date line 

45— At home with friends 

3 — Somewhere by yourself 

4— Other 



* survey of 105 students 



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D*e. 31,6 b _ 

Midnight in New Zealand. If the 
Y2K bug hits, it will hit here first: 
Washington has 18 hours to assess 
any damage. 

Ow.31, 10 a.m. E.T. 

Midnight in Japan, Asia's most con 
puler-dependent country, should pn 
vide clues Tor Europe and the U.S. 



Dec. 31, 1:30 p.m. E.T. 

Midnight in India, whose 2 
pouer facilities have been t 
give -tatus reports in the ne 



Deo. 31, 7 p.m. E.T. 

Midnight in Britain and Ireland, 
Y2K's last slop before it hits our 

Jan. 1, Midnight to 3 a.m. E.T, 

Telephone companies advise minima] 
phone use. Emergency senices. only 
50% of which are Y2K ready, face 
their greatest test. 




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before tr 
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•go skinny-dipping f brr . 

•become a sports fan 

■go skydiving 

•think of what you fear the worst, 

and then do it 

•start paying tithe 

•play in the rain 

•send someone flowers I 

•forgive someone 

•learn to say "No. I can't." "No thanks] 

and "Sorry." 

•experiment with hair color 

•read all the back issues of the Accea 

•read a book off the New York Twiei 

bestseller list 

•spend a day with your mother 

•create a time capsule and bury it 
•make a candlelight dinner ft 

•write down a list of goals you wishfj 
accomplish in the new millennium ' 
•have a Jingle Bell Jog wherever you lj 
•make cookies with your sibling(s) 
•let your mom choose your attire for - 
•call your best friend from 
elementary school 
■clean out your closet 
■stock up on caffeine-free Dr. Pep; 
■prepare for the ID card system to c 
(plan your secret entry' routes) 



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Joker 

Southern Accent 
Southern Memorie 
I Strawberry Festival 

Applications 

I ' January 1 

in the Student Services office 

bead line to submit] 
application and 
(portfolio: 

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increase security 
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Registration goes smoothly; enrollment 
numbers up 

Lines formed at Campus Shop and Health Services 



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Thumbs Up & Down 



Student Association 
elections coming up 

by Chart. Cnnrly 




Adventist church featured on national television 

CBS Christmas eve special and ABC 2000 show Adventists in action during break. 




Student! 



Local company expanding 1 

creates immediate need for are 

representatives work in fun 

cnviornment while making i 

difference. People skills a plu 



call 510-0558 



Sports 



The Music City Miracle 

Titans beat Buffalo miraculously to advance in playouffs 






^ Sports 
Rocker speaks out 

Freedom of Speech or Stupidity? 



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Recently, I've noticed a few faculty members | 
pitching in at the cafeteria. Thanks, guys. 



Letters to the Editoj 

Collegedale seat belt law concerns 







Co!li.'^d,ilc, Venn. 37115 

(423)238-2721 

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accent@southem.edu 

About the Accent 









"Sowing in Tears, Reaping in Joy| 

a letter from a student missionary serving in Poland this year 






• Thursday, jamjar 20,21100 



Commentary 



Political 

^orner 

olitics: It's not my 
-oblem--or is it? 



"Easy-to-Use" and other Lies 



■My. berofbjbyb 




Finding joy in January 



Cort 
Sommerville 



I joy. Myl.D The Campbell's Souf 






Harmony 
Tillerson 

Harmony is a sophomore 



A0fs>Mabi. unliving yellow 



Looking for an exciting new 
career? 



Try teaching in Thaila 
Ekamai International School needs 



elementary teachers 

secondary teachers 

youth minister 

school loan assistance offered 



Contact: 

Sherrie Norton at the C.A.R.E. offic 




Brigett Dunn at bmdunn(< 



What will be 
, different in 
SaiCI it the new 
century? 



Humor 

Laueht er is the besi medicine 

Still Broke? 



Where were 

you when the , , 1 

ball dropped? oalQI! 





6. Sponsorship of JCTV 




shows like "Campus 


Wf *\\ "On the beach watching N| 


Safety and the Bandit," 


In s ^ works of* a pier." 


"The Dukes 


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"Nighicheck Rider" 




5. A drive-in SA party 


Senior 



the Brock-to-Hickman 

pedestrian slalom, and 
"Catch the Grease 
I Monkey" 

4. Crash barriers around all comers on campus 
3. A 3 hour, general credit "High Speed Pursuit 101" class taught I 
| by an 

actual Collegedale policeman 
2. Raffle off Southern's buses 
money for a drag strip behind the 
running track 

1 . Replace Southern's buses with a fleet 
of 60 Corvettes 



Math Challenge 



Your state has license plates with six P 
each to be filled with one of the 
For example, 613521. 




a) only one digit 

b) only two digits 

c) only three digits 



> Thursday, January 20, 2000 



Y2K Special 



lh. Wan y>nn 1 



The Accent during the last century 



SOUTHl 



ACCENT 



e Named John h. Taige Founders' Day Program Unites Old 

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millennn 



» ,„« other news organization on the planet has decided to include a list of top indMdu- 

liSt ; "°ere "one thing ahout my list. It has a bias to people I like and it Is mean, 

more lightheaded. It is not mean, to be exhaustive or scientific- It is ,ust lor tun. 



ieople of the Century 

|1. Mohatma Gandhi 
!. Mikhail Gorbachev 

V Jimmy Carter 
I 4. Mother Teresa 
i. Winston Churchill 

n Luther King. Jr. 
| 7. Albert Ein 
I. Alan Turing 
i. Nikoli Tesla 
I 10. Linus Torvalds 

(pie of the Millennium 

1. Guttenburg 

2. Louis XIV 

3. Shaka Zulu 
I 4. Martin Luther 

I William Shakespeare 
| 6. Isaac Newton 

7, Elizabeth I 

lichard the LionheaneJ 

\ Leonardo da Vinci 

10. Joan of Arc 

s of the Millennium 
1. Hitler 

2. Napoleon 

3. Mussolini 
1. Vlad Ihe impaler 

IS. Spanish Armada 
|6. Benedict Arnold 
7. Mi. 

Drake 

10. R; 



Adventists of the Century 

I.Ellen White 

2. Ben Carson 

3. J.N. Andrews 

4. H.M.S. Richards 

5. O.D. McKee 

6. Eric B. Hare 

7. Brenda Wood 

8. Robert Folkenberg 

9. Gordon Bietz 
10. Arthur S. Maxwell 

Women of the Century 

1. Sandra Day O'Connor 

2. Princess Diana 

3. Mother Teresa 
4. Margaret Thatcher 

5. Carla Fiorina 
6. Mia Hamm 
7. Helen Keller 
8. Elizabeth Cady Stanton 
9. Rosa Parks 

10. Hillary Clinton 



Scientists of the Century 

1. Albert Einstein 

2. Neils Bohr 

3. Schrodinger 

4. Watson. Crick and 

Franklin 

5. Thomas Hunt Morgan 

6. Ray Hefferlin 

7. Steven Hawking 

8. L'Hopilal 

9. Max Planck 

10. Nikoli Tesla 



Millennium 
perspective 




Events in country 
during the last century 

1903 

Wright Brothers fly at Kitty Hawk, 

North Carolina 

1906 

Ed Johnson lynched in 
Chattanooga 

1914 
U.S. completes 
Panama Canal 



1927 

Charles Lindbergh's transatlantic 
flight 



Thk.S<m-[HkhnA<o.ni Diversions 

Discover 'a 
dream' home 
in Atlanta 
national park 



Thursday, Janu.m;i^i_^j 



1969 

First manned moon 
landing 



1974 

Nixon resigns; Jehovah's 

Witnesses predict world will end 

this year 



19B0 

Heidi, Cady, & Jyll born 



1987 

Challenger explodes 




'j'-'^ v.. \r Faith &. Values Tmihmiay. Jam \\r\- w, 2000 



Shabbat' in Chattanooga 

"flections of first trip to synagogue 



Events at Southern 
during the last century 






1916 

Southern moves from Graysville 



Collegedale Church organized 



iizpah is on your right. Frida 



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K-riidv tin;ii.lK ,md inniri.-Miriii'i'cupli, 



piritual memories of slaves 
their own words 









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1918 

Lynn Wood Hall is built 



1919 

Electricity installed on campus 



192D 

Telephones installed on campus 



1926 

The Southland begins publication 
(now The Southern Accent) 

1929 

Collegedale post office opens 

1940 

First Ph.D. faculty 
hired 



Conformed to the world. . .or transformed? 






1957 

McKee Bakery mov 
Collegedale 



1967 

All-night lights in the dorms 






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ill of "Antichrists" 

ie (of many) who were thought to be such 






Weekend Speakers Schedule 



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1969 

City of Collegedale incorporated 



1972 

Village Market opens 



1979 

First Stawberry Festival 



1982 

Jeans first allowed on campus 



1987 

Promenade completed 



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the 2000-2001 student media board call for entries 
Do you know you have what it takes? 

The talent? The determination? The ambition? The vision? The ablility to survive in 
cramped quarters in the early hours of the morning to meet deadlines? 

Then make yourself known. 

Entries are currently accepted for the positions of: 

>Joker editor 
>Memories editor 
>Accent editor 

festival Studios producer 

Pick up an applicationin the Student Services Office, fill it out, dust 
off that portfolio and submit both by the deadline- 

FEBRUARY! 

Questions? Contact Stephen Rul, Student Media Board Chair at x2761 ■ e-mail =r,,f»* ii. 



The Southern Accent 



H.IIU.lMM.IIMJfcfA-J.liliI 



Southern's Student Voice Since 1926 



Surprise snow 




ead of student finance moves 
school of computing 

undy heads finance department 




Gym-Master coach resigns 

Mixon resigns, cites family as priority 




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New dean of music 
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What's happening a 
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What did they say? 



Thumbs Up & Down 



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Health Fair held in the gym toci 






• Thursday, January 27, 2000 



Sports 



he beginning of 
asketball season 



ie Scene 



"he Players 



With all thai in mind here i 
my tist of must see contests fi 

•Taube vs. Olson 

Monday Jan. 31, 6:45 
•McCIurg vs. Casebolt 
Tues. Feb. 1,5:45 
•McCIurg vs. Martin 
Wed. Feb. 2, 5:45 
•Guajardo vs. Peterson 
Thur. Feb. 3, 5:45 



ramural basketball standings 



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SKINNER 

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TAUBE 

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Check out 

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intramural 

online 
webpage 



Buccaneers can't 
'catch' a break 

Rams hold off Tampa; face Tennessee in Super Bowl 



Dan the Man's 
prediction: 



Tennessee 
26 



St. Louis 
24 



New Senior Class Officers 



The senior class mei Tuesday morning lo orga 
lize. About 50 students showed up io nominate an. 
vote for class officers. Here are the results so far: 

President: Pierre Scott 
Vice-President: Traci Hagele 
Secretary: Heather Kurzynske 
Pastor: Zane Yi 

Faculty Sponsors: Victor Czerkasij* & 
Lynn Caldwell* 



Sports Dates to 
Remember 

January 27 

Single Racquetball Signups Deadline 

January 31 

Singles Racquetball Tournament Begins 

February 2 

3-on-3 Basketball Singups Deadline 

February 3 

Coed Volleyball Signups Deadline 



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Outside of Brock Hall ana 1 on Ine Promenade bu 

the Student Center 
Sponsored bu. Student Senate and Social Activities 




Thumbs Up & Thumbs Down 

«1 tav lonotUon Geoch find old i«ues of ihc Accent. The 

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Letters to the Editoi 



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Jason Belyeu, 
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Greek. 



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Collc6edalc.Tcnn. 37315 

(423)238-2721 

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Comment? 



We are looking for comments from you 
our readers. If you have a 

suggestion of how we could improve tl 
paper we will welcome it. 



• Thursday, January 27, 2000 



Commentary 



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>Joker editor 
>Memories editor 
>Accent editor 
>Festival Studios producer 



Pick up an application in the Student Services Office, fill it out, dust 
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FEBRUARY! 

Questions? Conlacl Stephen Ruf. Student Media Board CI 



, Thursday, )anuar> 27, 2000 



Diversions 



AnightattheTivoli 




The 'kreme' of the crop 



beyond 

The Cafeteria 



Ask Sholl\ 



ice? Real answers t> 



Need advice? 
Sholly any quesfill 
you might haw 
Mail your letters & 

scarlett@southei 



Prosser's People 



;udenls you thought you k 



s Choice: Vegetable plate, 







Ice skating in Chattanooga 




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Faith & Values 



3oing bananas 
or missions 






Say 'guten morgen' to German 
Sabbath School 



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Weekend Speakers Schedule 



Unfailing love: is it for real? 



McDonald Road 



lilton Community Ooltewah 



o spiritual gaps at 

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Becker's string-accompanied 'Love' 
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by 
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10. No matter when you call him. his roommate swears he's 
just left for class. 

9. Instead of kissing you goodnight, he asks if you know any 
other girls that are more his type. 

8. While looking for seats at the restaurant, he asks if it's 
okay to sit with 39 of his closest friends. 
7. When the waiter comes for the order, he only asks for 
water to go. 

6. He circles other girl's pictures in the Joker as you attempt 
conversation. 

5. He asks, "What's your name again?" then deletes some- 
thing from his PalmPilot. 

4. Partway through the evening, he suddenly remembers an 
appointment he has with Dean Negron. 
3. When you bring up Vespers, he mentions his deep 
Catholic roots. 
2. When you ask what he 
doing next weekend? 
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1. He pushes you out of his 
Four Corners, and the vehicle 
never actually comes to a complete stop 




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School of Education and Psychology 

Southern Adventist University 

Phone: 423.23S.2765 

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Fax: 423.23S.2468 

E-mail: edpsych@southern.edu 



Master or Science in Education 

♦ Curriculum and Instruction 

♦ Educational Administration 

♦ Inclusive Education 

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Master of Science in Counseling 

♦ Community Counseling 

♦ Marriage and Family 
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♦ School Counseling 



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Sports 



ntramural basketball standings 

Team Wins Losses % G B Streak 

Men's AA Division 
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Men's B Division 



A/omen's Division A 



Women's Division B 




-i Snorts 

^olumn 
iubanks offers 
erobics class 



Danny's games of 
the week 

Slagle vs. Guzman 
Tue. Feb. 8, 8 p.m. 




Guajardo vs. Inman 
Wed. Feb. 9, 9 p.m. 



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take 
^the 

Bait 



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from giant online companies? 
You could be left dangling 
with the wrong editions, steep 
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cumbersome return policies. 




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Letters to the Edito 



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help eaeh other. There a, 



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P.O. Box 370 

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Commentary 



■Political 

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latever. 



j| (left wing) philosophic! 




Mangu and Mango 



i 

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"^ Lucy 

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Ode to Difficulty 



,ely view of Wright Hallfai 









Harmony 






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^ Student Association 

Southern Adventist University 




Election Dates 



Feb. 4 — noon 

petitions due 



Feb. 17—11:00 
Speeches at Convocation 



Feb. 17— noon 
Primaries immediately following speeches (if needed) 



Feb. 22 — lunch 
press conference 



Feb. 24— all day 
general election 



For more information contact 

Brandon Nudd, SA executive vice-president 

at the SA office 2723 or his room 3214 



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Tm Suithern Utivi • Thursday, F ebruary 3, 2000 

DlVERioNS 



'Listen" is worth hearing 

Michelle Tumes is a Christian contemporary alternative to Enya 



michelle 






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Ask Sholly 





My Valentine 

Write a Valentine's Day Note to someone to| 
be published in next week's Accent 



Note: (50 words c 



Must be in the Accent office by Monday, Feb. 7 at nooli 



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Thi rstv-m, February 3, 2000 



Faith & Values 



i Ihoiiglitful look at fail! 



3on Sabbat! 

new Sabbath School experience 







f Monday: It was mine. Benjie Maxson 

y (a.m.): Look in the face of Jesus. Jason Foster 
Tuesday (p.m.): I can't take it anymore. Holly Pomanowski 
Wednesday: 777. Camille Riv 
Thursday (a.m.): The Devil's advocate. Kevin Stewart 
Friday: Let me draw you a picture. Will Johns 



Living the Life 




"What are we Beholding?" 

ii'iipij^ifi ii Hamilton Community 



down "Only Community is 
'/, , Harrison 



Korean Youth 

Bill Chung 



Ooltewah 

Mike Pettengin 

"Christianity is not Spectator Sport* 

Standtfer Gap 




A winter picnic Just for two 

A scented candle and me and you 

Truffle hearts and meltaways 

Tender kisses and love always 

Potato soup enough for both 

With Belgian chocolate to seal our oath 

Of love undying never ceasing 

Our melody of warmth and pleasing 

So pull up the blanket and snuggle In tight 

We'll sip cappuccino and laugh through the night 
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"A Fit Zone in Thatcher's 



Humor 
Thelriad^arker 






Top 10 

reasons why Southern is a safe place 



TIi./uIk-t Hall renamed Fort Knox 



rich speed bumps on Industrial Drive 



What would 
you do if 
Southern had 
a snow day? 



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Collegfedale police enforce new 3 mph speed li 
the promenade 



nit ,i iii lint call at the 



Watchtower installed in prayer 



Krispy Kreme/ Campus Safety mergi 

4. 

Boat acquired to patrol duck pom 
Plans are i 

Campus Safety has changed its name to 'Wham on Wheels' 

1. 

Campus Safety has upgraded to Fisherprice walkie-talkies 




— Nydia Swaby, Lisi Alvarez, Jennie 
Sherman, Zonique James 

3 Freshmen and a Sophomore 



The open showers in Talge." 






— Kyle Warren, Jason tleto, a 


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Volume 55 Number 16 



Southern's Student Voice Since 1926 



re causes 
million 
amage to 
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iversity deaths highlight fire safety at Southern 

record on sprinklers: Conference Center: Yes, Dorms: No 




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What did they say? 



Thumbs Up & Down 



inauet tO be formal Safet V of community questioned 
I as local restaurant is robbed 



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Last chance 

to register to vote in the primary elections 

Today in the cafe 

from 11:50 till 1:30 



Campus Safety works to 
make crosswalks safer 



Safety tips from the 
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Political Platforms 




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Valentine's 


Greetings 



r. Science 
From: Wonder Woman 
Note;Thanks for all the lun times and 
showing me the "Hick" way of life 
Thanks 

again for quizing me (or numerous hou 
of boring biology stuff and for making 
me laugh. I'm glad you're in my life. I 
love you. 

To: Eric 

From: Amber 

Note: I love you more... 



To: Holly, Lynnette, Carrie, Julisa, Misty, 
Sholly, Ted, Andy. Chad, Keith, and 
Aaron, plus my excellent Accent co-work- 

From: Cady 

Note: Hello my friends! I just want to 
wish you all a Happy Valenline's Day! 
You all are the greatest! 

To: Jeff Crain 
From: Tara Crain 
Note: You are the 



From: Jonathan 
Note: It has been 
my life, you are s 
kind. I want you t> 



To: The Master 
Bowling 
om: The Red 




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Canoes and bottle rockels. red 


roots 


plant shopping, weeping willows 


roller coasters, 






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photo shoots, coffee, 




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and 1 love 


everything about you. 



To: D.J. 

Note: After watching a romance movie 
I've always said, "if only guys like that 
were real!" Then I met you. My pre- 
cious you, you have proven that "perfect" 
guys are reall I'm 100% because of you. 
After a romance movie now? I say, Ha! 
Mine's better! Happy Valentine's Day. I 



Note: This 50-word slot doesi 
adequate room to contain the 
share in this God-given privile 
ing relationship. I pray U 



eyes wherever I may 
rolling blue 



To: Robin 

From: Andi 

Note: Dear Robin, I m 

I can say. You are my best friend, my 

happiest thught, my funniest laugh. I 

pray that God will keep you safe unti 

are together again, without any bad 

phone connections between us! I lo' 

To: Brian, my friend, my companion 
From: Pam 

Note: God's is awesome! He gave i 
you, your enduring love 
contagious laugh, and (he privilage 
gazing into your beautiful sea green 
eyes. The past two years have been 
awesome. I could DEFINITELY do a life 
time. Happy Valentine's Day to the love 
of my life! Always. 

To: 6'2 

From: 5'2 

Note: One day I hope you'll see That 

there's more than what appears to be. 

There are many dividers between, 

But maybe one day you'll see what couli 







From: Ciari 

Note: The Lord has been good to me by 

giving me a wonderful year with you. 



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' Te quiero! 



Gode 



To: My sweetie and one and only valen- 
tine, Gio 

Note: I want the whole world to know 
that I am in love with you. The more 
time we spend togethei 
love for you grows. I tr 
day for you and no one coulc 
your place. You are my only 
today and always! Love you: 



To: My sweet Wesley 
From: Princess Buttercup 
Note: Thanks for being my best friend 
You rescued me out of the fire swamp! 
One word comes lo mind, your ■incon- 
ceivable." I owe you: the most 
t passionate, the mosl love 



To: Queen Amadaliah and Yoda 
From; Princess Leila 
Note: You guys are the greatest. 
Thanks for all the laughs and crazy 
times. I hope you two have a wonderful 
Valentines Day and thanks for trying to 
find a frog for me. Don't get lost in all of 
your travels. May the force be your 

To: Heidi 

From: Mike 

Note: Deine liche ist der schubel zur tur 

des schlosses meines herzens 



To: Nathan Tidwell, my friend a 
From: Jennifer Rayburn 
Note: It can't be hidden o 
can't be bought. It can't b 
be kept within 










From: Secret Crush 

Note: Hello my love, you ar 

lilly in the valley that I pick everyday. 

you are so beautiful. God must have 

spent a little more time on you. I am 

Romeo and you are Juliet-we were 

meant for each other. 

To: Toby Smith 
From: Heather Young 
Note: Thank-you for making me the hap- 
piest girl alive, i love you so much. RED 
LIGHT 

To: Pooky 
From: Doll 

The wind loves the pine trees 




Valentines Day 



To: Scott Collins 

From: Jeni Deavers and Julie Oelman 
Note: To our special valentine we want 
to wish you a Happy Birthday! Scott, we 
hope this day is great for you and that it 
is filled with many joys, thanks for being 
an awesome friend. For your birthday, 
we thought we would take you to your 






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To: Jon Weigley-My "Big" Little brother 
From: Your sis, Christy 
Note; You will always be my favorite 
valentine! Thanks for everything you've 
done for me. Love ya lots! 

To: Smartie 1 
From: Smartie 2 

look upon me sweetly with 
your eyes of blue and my brain becomes 



To: MWC 

From: HCO 

Note: To my one true friend. 

Our love grows deeper with e 

Will you be my Valentine? 

To: My raspberry shutterbug 

Note: Your brighten my world. You make 
my stressful life, a little less stressful. 
Words can't express what knowing you 
has done for me. By the way, you're 
always "hot" In my mind 



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idea of a 



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cross the blue bridge do 



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Polynesian Boar." 




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by 
Joe LaCom with help from the internet 

10. 

You wonder why so many women are yelling at you as you use the 

men's bathroom. 

9. 

You've bought over $500 worth of infomercial products to give 

away as gifts. 

8. 

While doing last minute studying for finals you have read the . 

same sentence repeatedly for the past hour, know it, ani^^f 

are convinced you can at least finish the paragraph. ^^E> 



On your way to work you get in the wrong side of the 4 
car and become mad that you can't find the steering ' 
wheel. 



You can't figure out why you 

can't open the TV" door to 

make your popcorn. 

5. 

You walk into door frames and 

various other objects, smile, apol-| 

ogize and walk away 

embarassed. 



You doze off in your speech class 

and wake up in your health class. 



You wake up after having a dream that you were walking to class 

and find that, hey, you're walking to class. 

2. 

Upon arriving at class you find that you're still in your towel and flip 

flops, and have somehow strapped your shower accessory bag to 

your back. 

1. 

You begin using the top ten list subjects that you were sure you'd 

already used. 



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Clawson, Gina Thurber ar 
Senior, Freshman, Sophom 
Junior 




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Women's Division A 



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Ringgold 


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Standiter Gap 


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,\ 10. Why don't 800 pound gorillas play the 
t # ''trombone? They're too sensitive. . 
79. What's the difference between a dead squir- 
i the road and a dead 
/^% Jge^trombone player on the road? a) Skid marks 
^Jt^i^Pfront f t ne squirrel, or b) 

"**■ the squirrel was probably on his way to a gig. 
What's the difference between a trombone and at 
ion? Nobody cries when you cut up a trombone. 
7. How do you make a French horn sound like a 
trombone? Take your hand out of the bell and lose 
of good taste. 

6. What does a trombone player say on the job? "You want 
fries with that?" 

5. When a director and a trombone player are crossing the 
road, which should you hit first? The director, business before 
pleasure. 

What's the difference between a bass trombone and a lawn 
mower? a) vibrato, or b) you can tune the mower. 
3. What do you call a trombone player with a beeper? An opti- 
mist. 

2. How can you tell if the concert hall stage is level? The sec- 
ond trombonist drools out BOTH sides of his mouth. 
1 . What do you call a man who knows how to play the trom- 
bone, but doesn't? A gentleman. 

Warning: The Surgeon General reports that trombone play- 
irs, when disturbed, defend themselves with spray bottles, 
Nerf guns, rubber chickens, firecrackers, small nuclear 
weapons, etc., not to mention the stupendous train-like blasts 
of their powerful horns. 



"A campus safety officer." 



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Volume 55 Number 18 



Southern's Student Voice Since 1926 



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jmpus Safety director hit while trying to stop fraud against school 



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Hackers slow 
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Christian recording artist to perform today 




New system allows faculty to use ID cards at 
VM, students wish to do the same 



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Students to 
experience hands-on 
archaeology 

exercise planned to unearth new 
information about a historic house 



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by Charla Candy -;";;;; '-•"">■' 



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Sports 



tramural basketball standings 



Team Wins Losses 

en's AA Division 

PETERSON 6 3 

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iGUIRRE 5 

JLSON 5 

jDMISTER 2 

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Intramural 
Hockey 

B league sign-up 

[:00p.m. Sunday, 
Febuary 27 



New penalties regarding 
in-line skating policy 




Casebolt edges out Martin for A league 
division I championship 




Olson elimi- 
nates Aguirre 
from playoffs 



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standings 

online 

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A Machiavellian Campaign? 






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Ask Sholly 



t aboul an embarrassing incident I 
„ t , I had almost' forgollen aboul thee 
people continue to gossip about it. In fact the incident is so la, Iron, the , ra ,J 
I no longer recognize the story. I want ad\ tec on no e >->| 

a halt and encourage the folks spreading it to quit. 
Tired of Gossip 

Dear Tired of Gossip . 

It is really awful when people gossip, especially .1 it is about you. I s __ 

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repeat gossip. This is how reputations of people get tarntshed, and it is a htfl 
way lorain a person's life. It is also important when people hear gossip IhatJ 
don't spread il but pray for the person thai the gossip is about. That is the ■ 
Christian thing to do! You should point that out. 1 hope that whatever it is |] 
this gossip is about, il will stop and you will be able lo concentrate on more 
important things that will make you a better person. Good luck! 
Sholly 




Sweet taste of Indi 



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AUTHENTIC INDIAN CUISiNE 



Prosser's People 



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■Tell someone q 
where you will Ij 
■Wear protects 
each time 



Have a great spring break! 



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Faith & Values 



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integrity of Ellen 
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Books you will never see at 
Campus Shop 

by* 

Rob York 

10. 

SA has Pizza for Everyone! And Other Myths of 
Southern 

9. 

10 Medicinal Uses of Caffine 

8. 

The Value of Holding Hands: Southern's Guide to 

Crosswalk Safety 

7. 

We are Nothing Without Inter-Scholastic Sports 

6. 

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Why Deans Really Wants VCRs in 

Everyone's Rooms 

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2. 
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Volume 55 Number 19 



Southern's Student Voice Since 1926 



haplain missing 

CA's Ron Priest disappeared 
iday at a Ga. St. Park 




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Students 
bypass 
primary 
election 



"If there was ever a presidential 
candidate I could vote for in good 
: then I would vote." 
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>ting high in election 

len victorious by 7 votes; Myers wins executive; Barber wins social 




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Ed Wright speaks for 



Top Ten... 



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Southern counseling 
in the community 



THI ■..rni. nN -Ucivi NEWS Thlkspa-. M.m MOO 

Name changes are being madenext 






Avant answers 
senators'questions 




Get with the prd 
gram Uncle Sail 

College students waj 
to vote online 



Sports 



Underclassmen defeat seniors 
in the Rees Series 

Aaron Wilson leads sophomores to win, 100-87 




Intramural floor hockey 

standings 



Team Wins Losses Ties Points! 



Men's A Division 



INMAN 

H. PRENTICE 

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Men's 


B Division 


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ROUSE 





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Women's Division 


EDMISTER 


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FULFORD 






LEMDRY 






AFFOLTER 






RAHN 







RIVERA 





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Diversions 



^ere and Now 



Prosser's People 




Ask Sholly 



Faith & Values 



r ith wings Things to look forward to 
eagles." -EI— ,, ,, 



}r^.V»7lK ll ^nVr,',ih.'''"r'dl 


Weekend Speakers Schedule 


SSSSwaar 


The Third 

Ed Wrighi 

Collegedale 


Standifer Gap 
Village Chapel 




Chatteronline 


McDonald Road 


Hamilton Community 



Eiix vara • Thursday, March 16, 2000 



Editorial 



The Southern Accent 

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Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down 



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|1: spring Bit 


L» re n« 


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Thu 




or snipes in 




"Hey don't ask me kid,.. They just pay me to hold the sign." 

GET INVOLVED— VOTE! 



Letters to the Editol 

Calling all 'Social' workers 



Picture of the Week 




Missionary sends thanks 



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accent.southern' 






• Thukmi.-vi, March Id. 20110 



Commentary 



Adversity 






een hit really hard. Dodge these peopl 

f we attempt to get possible. Seek to 

■,{ heme hit ay:.m. So b\ «and ready and w 

nun'ateiy. 'the trade especially when y. 



iging to you physically There truly is nothing 1 

:ely to be constantly maI wl,L '" ||,L ' llas Oliver. 






rhisisyour 

3PA 



Idrissa Diallo 

by JeanieTillman 



o 

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1. 

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i&®m 



• One Wor(4'~" 

Many PeoHeHT 



-Tn Be Continued 





This is your GPA with help 

from the 

Center for Learning Success 



Midterm grades 

not quite what you wanted? 



Call us at 238-2574 
A We will workwith you to help you reach your goals." 



Humor 



Why is the 
CaiH it shamrock a 
balQ ll symbol of St. 

Patrick's Day? 



"Something you hold o 






1 



Snakes were attacking St. 
Pairick, he saw a bunch of sham- 
rocks, waved Ihem in front of the 
snakes, and scared them away." 



-Curtis McCormick 



"Doesn't It symbolize the trinity?" 



Bj 



'Shamrock means nothing to 



"Because three is a charm." 



10 



Reasons for Girls 

to Date 
"Trombone Players 



by Reegie Thomas 
111 Greal kissing, due to the trombonist's highly developed lip control and .eriMUuh 



9. Their strong arms - well-defined and muscular from hefting their 
least a couple times each week 

8. Finding out what really goes on with all those spray bottles, Nerf guns, 
fowls, power tools, etc. in the back row during hand and orchestra rehearsal 

7. Assurance that a successful musical career will probably never come between 
you and him 

6. Automatic membership in the pun e-mail list, with pu'ls like "Who h this person Kay? She 
must be really popular, because people are always saj inj thai they're going 'to see Kay'" 

5. You have a great excuse for spending many happy hours alone with him 
in a music building practice room (refer to #10) 

4. Their ioud and fast cars, feared and respected by Campus Safety, the 
Collegedale Police and little old ladies everywhere 

3. You'll never know what will happen next, but you know it will be exciiing 
(chicken kidnapping, for example, or Nerf gun fights) 

2. He knows lots of LTe.il jokes, like how to make a French 
hom sound like a trombone,* or how to make a trom- 
bone sound like a biplane. 

1. Select any one of the following: (dr 
please...) Jared, Aaron, Jason, 
Jeremiah. Derek or Reggie 

* You stick your hand in the bell and m; 




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By the way... 
lugubrious (loo-goo-bree-us) 
adj. Mournful or doleful, especial- 
ly to a ludicrous degree. [Latin 
lugubris - mournful] 




Culturefot 
Banquet 

Thursday. April 6. 6:30 p.m. 

m6oulhem' Dinmallal] 



*" Enjo> e-vsl ic Pood from " cotinl riea 
«" i" 1 n il lonal entertainment— Fire 
rural iemon&traLK)n5,dra- 
ml 1; -kit., i rlbfll mu-ic &*ton tolling 
•"Cj-ujl jthro fodate* required 
*" I" 1 nil 1 31 sneAcltlngeveningof 
Iticulhralr'iin! 



Tickets 0/^$7. 

TKkmgoonialeMarch2o. 

Seating ii limited. 

•'IntliecaPelera.studenl Jacu.lt); 
and I .11 mav charge tickets to their 

■in 1 l:i l-j' :j-Ll 
•■Tickel alw available al theVillage 
: 1 jrcafih- 

I "vr -r.'.y 



Or»e World 
Mar>y PeoHe 



What does the 

adjective S3 1 fill 

"lugubrious" oai ^11 

mean? 



"Burdensome or heavy." 



—Alison Hartzog 
and Janna Clark 

Seniors 

"Feeling slimy and goobery." 



—Heathen! 

and Mindji 
Senior and Sopho 

v you feel after you e?| 



By Leigh Rujiii 



The Southern Accent 



Volume 55 Number 20 



Southern's Student Voice Since 1926 



jthern 

; 10 



miTmmm^vm 



McVay elected dean of Seminary 



T INSIDE 




C wing in 
e to be 
odeled 



Next year's editors selected by the 
student media board 




Priest alive and in Arkansas 




to 



Picture of the Week 



▼ INDEX 



NEWS THHM'"-""' i: j'' v _ 



Thatcher and Talge 
becoming more con- 
sistent with rules. 




Dorm, cafeteria and 
general costs to 
increase next year 



Rise in 
tuition not 
expected 
to affect 
enrollment 



Adventist leader pre- 
sents report on racial 
justice at White House 



Write and 

Win: 

Legacy 

contest 

with $50 

prize 



l_E(S/\CY j 

; >— ■ ■■■) ■ 



Protestants 
forced out of 
Southern 
Mexican village I 






Retirement center planned for Southern's camp 



• Thlksp-y), M akcii 23, 21101) 



Sports 



itramerals: a brief 
»ok at last week's 
ames 



avorite teacher 






Intramural floor hockey 

standings 



What time is it? 



Men's A Division 



Men's B Division 



ESS 
LEY 
MNY 


1 o 

1 
1 o 


4 V 

1 3 T 
1 3 T 


KAM 
:RSON 
ISE 


1 
2 
1 


1 1 T 
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Women's 


Division 


STER 
ORD 
ILTER 
SDRY 
HA 
III 


2 
1 ° 

1 1 
' 
2 


1 3 T 
2 V 

2 L 

1 1 T 
L 



E .lly coi.Mitn.ii.io ilny. 






Southern meet your new Gymmaster Coach. 



0smm* 



Check 



For Current Y2K Graduates! 



standings 



online 



intramural.southern.edu 



SH Hamilton Health 
Ldkl. Care System 



Read the 

Chatteronline 

sa.southern.edu/chatter/index.httnl 



Editorial 



jt 



The Southern Accent 

tsSmientWice Since 1926 



Edi tori als 
The runaway husband 



Thumbs Up & Thumbs Down 




Letters to the Editor 

FATHER, FORGIVE ME, FOR i KNOW NOT WHAT I DOl 



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Counseling center Wrong sports picture q tromb 

correction ■« ,*„, i>,™ mm . ti« b-lm,™ 



We can only go wllh our source 
We appologize lo the Lakers for 



Invasion of space 



Send us 
your 
letters b) 
e-mail 



The Southern AcctNT • Thursday, March 23, 2000 

Commentary 




1 political party. Tho Libertarian 


■"•-• "'-i 


















main role is to protect the nghis 


.,!.. '■ - 11 '- 










fistitulionalisis thai are fiscally 


z"'2Z 


aii« and socially liberal. 
















Wed lote entirely eliminated. 




















mi?i 


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■ . THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 2000 



Diversions 



Picture of the week Horse 

drawn fun 




Furry fun at 
Warner Pk. Zoo 



Hi Caleb MIk 






The Zoo supplies several speeial 

. . ■■..,!: ,..: .k. ..:.-■ '.';.. i; ; > >-■■■>' ■■ > 

HU« >-.... >V» '» -. / •'•-■■■ ' V ,.,..•■.!■. -..I....-..,,:,... ..- ." IK MU. \ 

...u.-lil \. .. Kiln ■ l n.Kee ile ,au r. >-.r\ Hii-.iii ' I •<■ •»• April 22 lur im eliUrei: 

^itlirHt-. tiul )UM think nl Imw a>ve-nie.i /..„[,., *,...:„ „:-. \U\ I > w.lh Vih ol 

ay ai ihe zoo can he 1 lie ;iwjk.I tn.n the , ..,„, ,,„,„,,., ., , ..-| jWS Jm ] "lank < 

Van*: [Mik /.■•■ ■- n,-. >.., :r ,v;.. t ,l o.r,.' r ,.,,, .... ,.„., , ■ .„ , .. k -, (J * ,| u ""■ r„;l, 

tlii-i-.i-.'li in.uike) dropping l.el ewle.. j . ... 1 1 .,„ :ht j .„ ;i ,.n/ee Dnil'l nils; 

because Ihe ZOO Supplies new ..-.-.iiM. eMum-. . hL , t . ,.,,,,,! ..^ ■'.., ,,„. |.,rmA .ind in, 

speeuleve^sjndltee.idniission ^ 1 . |l , lL . ,„ ,. ^uhriie- a h.nhday «ilh a thim _ 
•ddilions u. Ihe wiik- vanetv ..I !>n ( . ,... .„, ,„., „„„. „. wmr life Not | 

lutlheUamer P.nk />... M.ppl e- ..k tlL . r> ,, ni . ,.,. n SJ> ,|,,,i they've sung happy 

j Spider M.uik.> I vim il ., I'-il' i 




Ask Sholly 









II h.m.e a large area ..I .■ alui.il ^.^ ,',, ( , |K U -, M . ., p.,,^/,,,, .„ r -,,1,e-. wu, - '*>*V ^ «*« 

leef specie* and pe.iluvv I ll'.e .^i |m klll . ll „-„,.„ Mv /„„ ls u| ,,_. ( , Tlic ' h '" k ' 



Yl'.\p,Ju 



xpand qpti 

M..iim\ I \liih '.".■■. in 

.-. ruin; il h. ibilat and will 

in.:ike\s and an upgrade ■ 

exhibit. The Reptile Exhibit holds the m 

Pythons that are about H leei long and " s 

p.iur.ds hut ean reatli leru'.lhs up In 2^ leei 

l «e.,' | -..-.e 2Mi pound-' Ihe Mnmlnr l.i/ard 

be . .. . 

li cheek nut .ill !he«e i'-.'- 



le Spider c ,, .e.. n n . .„ ,., ^ „ 

4tKjud simulate, , M !,|, "i,, .j ',„ lh e ti.-l 

enewpattts pnc » s llU lllllM . ,„ „..., lh 

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myUivERsioNS 


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CD 

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Movie 




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^ Accent » Thursday, i 



Faith & Values 



I 



he Third: a reality check 




NAD colleges 
struggle to 
meet student 
worship needs 





vs™ r 


:,".. ;.'■,:.",..";■;;„ S °'" J " 




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n„„. 




turlfe mitd. Bi.t/ 


Veekend Speakers Schedule 


E„„,„c 


™, 


Don Geltys 


11™* 




Village Chapel 


ftedale 




•Is II Spring?" 


|k„- 


Geologic Column 


the Hamilton Community 
Korean Youth Rally 


WTS 




be held jointly wllh the main service. 


Bry^lsl 


,on- 





How often do students attend The Third? 



Few ^^Eveiyweek 


□ Every week 
■ Twice/month 


21% U^^J 


o Once/month 


n c e/rnontfv^H^ 

8% Twice/month 


D Few times/sern ester 
■ Never 


26% 




emM cM> ..on rowing how oficnihc **l,.y C1,«k" 


Thud mo™ »>*»»&« other 







Humor 



said it 



What are some 
activities you 
would like to 
see the SA host 
next year? 



Oats, peas, beans & 
barley, corn and rye 



—Natalie Pleasants 




What SA func- 
tion or activity qojr|| 
did you enjoy oa| U 
this year? 



that Kathy put into the activities. 
It's not easy trying to please 



"I appreciate all the hard work 
and effort the SA has put forth 
this year. They did great." 



)uld like to see them put 
3 focus on outreach ministry 
ie community." 



-Hick Lamneck 



W 



'A mountain bike ri 



The Steve Green Concert 
good. I'd like tc 




Things not to put on your 
Student Dean Application 

10. I won't have to actually talk to students, 

will I? 

9. I'm actually against organized religion 

8. Past leadership experience. . .do riots count? 

7. I can't tell you my GPA. It's against my 

religion. 
6. Will I need one of those Bible thingeys? 
5. I mean, if my shrink can be convinced... 
4. I mean, if my parole officer can be con- 
vinced... 
3. Is there space in the room for my big- 
screen? 
2. "Academy or High School attended?" This 
changes everything! 
1 . I know where you live, Negron. 



s 



Disclaimer: The Student Dean i: 
any way disrespect the importaii' 



an honorable position. I do not 
: of this job. Please don't hurt r 



UCrCUKrZ 
WE HAVE 



G^ 



E«rty long |ump compose" 1 



The Southern Accent 



Volume 55 Number 21 



Hmmimmm 



Southern's Student Voice Since 1926 



not 

inning 

block 

■bsites 



IS increases Internet bandwidth 

Southern adding a second T1 line to speed up sluggish Ethernet 




Changes taking place 
on 1st floor of Brock 




Students 24+ 
kicked off 
campus 



said it 



What did thay say?* 



No more exam pats* 



inntmiHiiil Hi! 

m 

Restaurant Review 



t€ 



The Southern Accent NEWS 



Students claim Campus Shop lacks 
adequate art supplies 



d L, ' ni r"'"-'' (lie-; c, i jluri:L- ih 

■• ■ I I ■' ■ 



•They do sell an supplies 






Goodbye, "little green monsters" 

Semester examination passes to be eliminated this spring 




newT1 



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Sjsltnis v.cb [).*!!> ,i( |]llp://Wiu-l«.irl,iiii;/l. l Kv'ni;tl.ui!dk-r/ 




feSi^^J 




('"■'"i'n'r- !"Tn' -^'-m.' ' '-M, .'umiV nJ'l'lu l .k','liiu"!r 



Attention 
Seniors! 




Southern 
new teachers! 

Art department growth raisej 
need for more staff 




Graduation seating 
limited this spring 



Intramurals 




• Advertising Thursday, March 30, 2000 



K 



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One Wor(4 
Many People 




April 3-8,2.000 

A special week celebrating diversity of cultures and people 
on our planet and at our university. 



The week's events 



Monday: 

Cafeteria lunch special: Latin American dishes (watch for signs in cafeteria explaining each item) 
7:00 p.m. Joint worship in Thatcher Hall — The Asian Club 







Tuesday: 

' Cafeteria lunch special: Asian Cuisine, following authentic Asian recipes 
7:00 p.m. Joint worship in Thatcher Hail — Darwin Ayscue presents "Sign Language & its Culture 

Wednesday: 

' Cafeteria lunch special: Middle Eastern and Indian Cuisine 

' 7:00 p.m. Joint worship in Thatcher Hall — The Latin American Club 



Thursday: 

** 1 1 :00 a,m. Convocation at Church: Caleb Rosado, the president of Consulting for Change in 

Human Systems (California), speaks on "Compassion and Multicultural Sensitivity" 
*~ 4:00 p.m. SAU Employee Diversity Workshop with Caleb Rosado in Lynn Wood Hall Chapel 
*" 6:30 p.m. Culturefest Banquet in Dining Hall: Admission by ticket (banquet tickets can be 

charged to your SAU account with l,D. card at the cafeteria - tickets are only $7 each). 

An evening of exotic foods from seven countries plus international entertainment, including an Asian 

fire demonstration, native Hawaiia 



Dress is casual. 



<P 



8:00 p.m.Vespers— by NAPS (Nai 



Friday: 

ial Association for the Prevention of Starvation) 



Sabbath: 

*" 10:15 a.m.The Third in lies PE Center presents Will Johns on "Strange Things" 

«•" 9:30 p.m. Fashion Show — The Latin American Club (watch for announcements for this event) 



This week Is sponsored by the SAU Diversity Committee: 
Vlnlta Sauder. chair, Josef Ghosn. Robert Hargrove. Dennis Negron, Dennis Pettlbone Braden 
and Jole Pewitt. Yvonne Scarlett. Kari Shultz. Larry Williams. Judy Winters, and Ed Wright 



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Editorials 



Picture of the Week 



PEOPLE JtBLPIiii? PEO 



LetteiiToTh^EdStoF 



all of. IS 


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UnZt fitjln*/ 


The truth about dating 
a trombone player 


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2^*a 


I trnphulB: Tier, is 
tai?»« is already u 


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jn j t locally and has titeri .[)■ 'iv- t.-,1 !') 

(tQ*ti*#cd f%*m Burkina K tn , LOunlr> , n „„.. 

4<t4.l *00jl ally. Idrissa has won cnou 



t'.T .he niunpics He urn: d;iy h 
lo compete in Ihc Olympics, bu 
would require extensive- irjinin; 

now. Idrissa s.iys thai education 



Anoiherextitinge' 
Senegal, West A 



lurM, . holier (T/s J ^ -^ t\ m« and later 

...ad.-p.h.m.The tif ) /*\ , JS married. ",, 

)...nd..,on»as ^ ( T \\1/ named Pamua 

"'" ''"'-— V>/ ▼ tdrissageisotaj 



J^ Many Peoj>(eE5: 



iding France, Holland, of ' ls climate 

■Igium. Indonesia. Singapore. Sn *Pnere. Idriss 
idn.unyoiliers.He ""PPywiihhi 



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The Southern Accent ♦ Thursday, March 30, 2000 

Commentary 



■eeew . . . Southern 
>eople! 



; lo kids from Collegedali 



just BREATHE. 

loud neighbors and 




il, dreadfully worldly si 
[[fully worldly thing lik 



'■■II 'Tod - ».ffldlyihini;U'ould 



1 
Harmony 
Tillerson 

Harmony is a sophi 



Some good reasons young people 
should avoid alcohol 






Tltev mas think that tvcacc the, t. 


than 1 percent of AIDS cases occ 


, beam drinking before age 15 are 






loo,, one- more lid, ,0 dcelop 


™™°»™™<Sv*ji*m; 


""';* ■"„"""" .." ^f2Zu 


alcoholism Han those s.ho begin a 






April has been designated as 






Alcohol A>, oreness Month by line 


According lolltc Ninth Special 


la, lone a, 111, ear.,., he high ra, 






«» ■»»""! Peiple'" 'belli 




*"lTim"*iȣm".bili. 


j!»m"iil'!!™1™'° f "''' rt "° 


Sr«s.^ P SM u f r " 


» i..U- i.Jjmmt. „b .,,,,„,! 






„.,„as,pi,.n placing themni 


her- Onenaltonnlsludyof 




increased risk fo,nnpl,,,„,,l r ,„- 




,0 pirn programs mat encoumee 






young people to avoid alcohol and 


i„fec,ed,,i,>ia.e,«all, ,,.,„ ed 


'.,.,.,,,.■ a.,,,, intercourse thai 


olfe, healthy alternatives to drink- 




lia.hse,,. ui 1 million Ln.p 


'rTiis come, an good lime since 


December ITO by the Center On 




many schools ate no. bus,|, plan- 








tttmWin^Zcalr'r'j.n- 


icow'jSZme ZrlTc"" '" f " 


health and development of young 




Alcohol u-e „ implicated in 










lilehet io ha.e .esual intercourse 


thai, .„,; ..ngle drug accordtng lo 


nie i. one piece to helping soune 



slcoho! use-by me people make informed, healihy - 



Diversions 



Jouper! Salad! 



Prosser's People 



fniirtflifliHiifr 





The Southern Accent ♦ Thursday, March 30, 2000 



Humor 



What was the 

cairl it bestA P ril 

OCIIU II Fool's trick 

played on you? 



Everyone needs 
a good laugh 



H 



'My roommate sprayed a bitter 
animal repellent on my drinking 
:up- 1 was always afraid to use 



"Some friends took out the valve 

to trie girl's dean in revenge for 
I pranks I had done." 




program, but they didn't 
stay in touch." 



is at a Hawks game and 
I stood up to cheer some 
guy pulled my pants down. I was 
leering in my boxer shorts." 



s living in Africa, my 
parents woke us up two hours 
early, fed us breakfast, and then 
ralk to school. We discov- 
3 prank when the teacher 



didn't 



vupa 



1 



jH 



-Roberta Sacui 



5 middle ol the night. 



1 


















What is the 

best April 'diri 1 

Fool's trick «KJi 

you've pulled? 





—Jen Murdoch 



Brandt and I put garlic ir 



"My friends, Tiffany Lindsay and 
Tonya Rincon, and I climbed on tc 
of a Coke machine and convincec 
the other girls in the dorm that yoi 
could reach in and grab free pops 

— Kimberly ParkerR 



■ 



'My friends and I 'kidnapped 
another friend of o 
real'. We eve 
At the end of the dayl 
[revealed everything." 

-Reggie Jean-Jacqur 






10 



Most Requested 
Songs at Southern 

10. I fought Wright Hall (and Wright Hall won) 

9. Only Negron Knows Why 

8. The Gym Masters Song ( Ow, My Knee) 

7. The Ballad of Dr. Sarnaan and Brian Cassell 

6. Four Walls Closin' In (An Ode to My Room) 

5. Standing Outside a Broken ATM with my 
Tuition Bill in My Hand 

4. What a Dean Wants 

3. Pretty Fly for a Campus Safety Guy 

2. My Baby's in Love with Brandon Nudd 

I ■ I Did it All for the Vespers Date 

Disclaimer: The Gym Masters are a reallv ureal il lni„„, 



"Our senior class Cnsco-ed school haJiwa 
wound back the clocks, !et 100 
mice loose in the building, and 
superglued toothpicks in the key- 
holes. We caused $10,000 dam- 
age and almost postponed gradu- 

— Anca Raducanu™ 



■' 



"We put chickens intt 

ling of our school's ad 

(tied the doors shut froi 

entry couldn't be bi 



-Cort Sommervilte 



Junior 

"Some friends and I called a classmate^ 
and pretended her son hadn't 
returned to school after break. 
She thought we were serious u 
she heard him laughing in the 



background." 



-Rhonda Rcynoldsl 



doors closed wi 

Saran Wrap-ed the toilelj 

Forest Lake ^ 



THE END 
I NEAR 



The Southern Accent 



Volume 55 Number 22 



Southern's Student Voice Since 1926 



looding in Collegedale 



Tornado siren fails 

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Commentary 



ay rights: an issue of tol- 
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/^Political Why I am a sinq e 
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Faith & Values 


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Ways to draw 
attention to yourself 

by Reggie Thomas 

10. Instead of letting the rest of your cafe minimum 
go to waste, ask for 25 servings of any vegetable, then 
ceremoniously dump it all on the front steps of 
Wright Hall 
9. Walk into a random class, sit down beside some- 
one you don't know, and loudly ask them, "Who's the 
new teacher?" 
8. Put an ad in the Accent soliciting a Vespers date 
7. Attack the library with a loaded Nerf gun, taking 
hostages and blocking the exits until someone agrees 
to drive you to Wal-Mart 
6. Drive a noisy car without a hood, parking it in 
handicapped spaces and on sidewalks 
5. Picket Wright Hall, demanding that swimsuits be 

allowed in the library and the cafeteria 

4. Excite envy and admiration by writing a letter to 

the Accent bragging that you date a trombone player 

3. Tell the people standing around you in the cafe 

line that you are officer 147, and that your ticket 

quota has just been doubled 
2. Build an altar in the middle of Taylor Circle ded- 
icated to your favorite GymMaster 
1. During the pre- Vespers parade, smear on 
some fake blood and run from the church to the 

girls' dorm while screaming to everyone you 
meet, "The organ fell over, the organ fell over!" 



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Pulitzer Prize 2000: and the win- 
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Even cartoonists get to savour the spotlight 



Tonges: Performing mission] 
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Things Pat Buchanon has a 
better chance of doing than 
being president 

10. Beating Jesse Ventura at the Body's former job 

9. Winning the Nobel Peace Prize 

8. Having Bill Clinton say Buchanon's name and the words "good guy" in 

the same sentence. 

7. Having a national holiday commemorated to him in the month of February. 

6. Walk down the streets of Mexico City and make it back alive. 

5. Get invited to any of Jesse Jackson's dinner parties. 

4. 1 can see it now: 8 p.m. Monday night on ABC- Who Wants to be Extreme 

Right-Winger? 

3. Get one of the days of Hannukah named after him. 

2. Have one of the No Limit Soldiers appear in public and "Give a 

shout-out to my man Pat." 

1. Not much I can think of is less likely. His chances are pretty bad. 



The mission field 

A letter from a student 
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Diversions 



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Faith & Values 

Ffiejporyof 
a prophet 



JH'U'^ i'n .,■.!,■ In, In ,impl\ 



:o begin: The Desire of Ages 



quaint alternative to 
3llegedale 




Hamilton Community 

Mark Bfesee 
•Living Free in Christ' 




10 reasons why the writings of E.G.White 
are still relevant to me today, Part 2 









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■.[EH.nG. Whia^ju 






How to Study Ellen 
White's Writings 












The Southern Accent « Thuk sl'a.. Apwl 1 

Humor 



If you were 
__:_! ji asked to perform 
SalU It In next year's 
CuHureFest, 
what would you 
do? 



•I would tap-dance." 



Eyes wide, 
wide shut 



—Jennifer Williams 



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The hula dancing." 



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on how to make popcorn without 
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—Susie Zalback 



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Reasons to date 
tennis players 

by 
Rob York 

10. We're likely to be pretty strong in at least one 
arm. 



9. We don't stay angry because the court is kind 
of like a primal scream session. 

8. Connections. (I know Agassi. Seriously.) 

7. We're all about 8% body fat or less. Ain't that 
right, Rustad? 

6. We're content with what we have. Unless we 
don't get our tennis trophies (the article said, "Rob 

York wins tennis trophy." WHAT TROPHY? I did 
n't even get a plaque! I would've settled for a 
shoulder rub and some McDonalds' coupons!) 

5. We don't take losses personally. (Right, 
Snider?) 

4. Sympathy. 

3. Can a trombone player run a mile in under 6 

minutes? Well, neither can I, but that's not the 

point . . . 

2. We often talk to God when we play. He often 
says no, and we learn to deal with this. 

1 . They're not all like me. 

Disclaimor: Aw, c'mon Snider! I'm just kidding! 
You'll get me next time! 



— Leann Georgeson 



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Fugees." 



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Van Wyk, Kuntaraf confirmed by Senate 

Low senate turnout stalls other confirmations 




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Rep. Zach Wamp looking 
ward to visiting Southern 



PUC history 
professor dies 
in classroom 



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Collegedale resident faces 
punishment for telephone 
harassment 



Destiny drama team finish] 
es year on a spiritual high 



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Deadly skin cancer kills young peopl] 




Blood Assurance would like II 
Adventist University for their participation ii 
year. Someone needs blood every sevei 
200 donations every day to n 

Blood supplie 

beginning ot this year. Irish Black, sales representative for our I 

region, said, "We can always count on Southern to help. Everyfl 

t and Southern to help- E* 

year there a tot who come out and donate blood." This year ws 

368 participants and contributed 319 pints of blood. SouIheW Sj 

est contributing schools in tl 

ipants who took time out of their bUSj] 

to go through the whole procedure. It has b 

' our community. 

—Andrea Kuntaraf, CABL. d 



Southern's first fine 
|rt show, April 15 

Indents and faculty unite artistic abilities 






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class and 
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Beginning THURSDAY. A PBH *■ 2000. 
Call for appointment: (423) 396-9112 



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Faith & Values 



1 reasons why the writings of E.G. White 
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■e Collegedale SDA Churcti has confirmed thai Mike Fulbnght 
s accepted the call to be a pastor assigned to The Third wor- 
ip service Fulbright o( Orlando, is about 30 and single and a 
louthem graduate. He will start this summer.The Collegedale 
hurch Board is expected to approve his hiring tonight 



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2000 



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Team Updates 



Intramural soccer 



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Humor 



What is your 
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Accent? 



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Phrases I didn't know before 
I came to Southern 

By Rob York 
10. Ah, snap. 
9. He's / she's / it's a beast. 
8. Worship requirements. 
7. I'm going to the cafe (pro- 
nounced "cat") . . 
6. . . . And sport the haystack 
action. 
5. Night check. 
4. Minor violation. 
3. Apostacize. 
2. What exactly is a Gym-Master? 
1 . Vespers date. 

Disclaimer: I guess this doesn't offend anyone 
so no one's going to hurt me. Sweet. 



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during exams? =>CUU jl| 



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study in the shower." 



Yet another 10 

Things SA has 
accomplished this year 

by Rob York 

10. ummm 

9. well 

8. There was uh, forget it 

7. The kareoke thing was. ..never- 
mind 
6. (There's gotta be something.) 
5. (This looks really bad) 
4. We got pizza at the Super 

Bo whoops 

3. People say the food at the 

Valentines Banqu I better not go 

there 

2. (desperation sets in) 

1. They provided a strong example 

of Christian beliefs and ethics from 

some of Southern's most spiritual and 

exemplary students. (Whew) 

Disclaimer: Hurt me. Yeah, that's right, I'm 
talking to you, Nudd! You wanna piece o' 

me? I I'm kidding!!!!!! Man, don't be so 

sensitive! Please don't hurt me. 






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