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Friday, September 8, 2000 

Sports 

Find out the Accent's 
picks for tile Super 
Bowi. and meet the 



Opinion 

students share what 
they did over the 



Religion 



attend on Sabbath? 



The Southern Ac 




■ Raleigh Goldberg, an t 



Huge freshman increase keys enrollment boost 

Southern enrollment increases jor past six years 




'■■z:^^^^- \ New public transportation services CoUegedale 




ii(i.iy, Si-ptcmlmr II, 2001) I 



Portrait of a criminal 



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2000-2001 NFL preview 




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Question and answer 



An interview with Mike Fulbright: 
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McDonald 
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10:15 Church 

9:00 & 11:30 

Apison 

11:00 Hamilton 

Community 
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Sports 

Find out the Accent's 
picks for the Super 



Vol.70No.^ 

Opinion 

Students share what 
they did over the 
summer and give 
advice to new 
students. 

PAGE 6 



Religion 



with Mike Fulbright, 
the new young adult 
pastor, and what 
churches can you 
attend on Sabbath? 

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0U£GKDA1J;. TlNNES; 

IN THE 

NEWS 

Washington (Reuters) 

ongress pressed Fire- 
,e and Ford Tuesday to 
all documents 
the deadly tire 






shuttle Atlantis 

I the doore, turned 

the lights, sniffed the 



-. 13-story Interna 



e balance on Tuesday, a 



I for its alleged role ii 



at a-similar racial dispari- 
^xisls throughout the 
. criminal justice sys- 



's Security Council. One 
Gcial said the plans could 



lunlry's media laws. 



m Tuesday it believed 



iiesults have been so 
iing that the Nation- 



. mostly in rat 
London (Reuters) 



Southern steps up in ranking 

Southern joins Walla Walla as only Adventist colleges in second tier 



By Jason Arnold 



Southern climbed 
he U.S. Ne 
_teport Bi 
Rankings 

reclaiming a ^cluuu uci 
ranking. 

Teacher evalua- 
tions received 
typed and 
handwritten 



Every year U.S. Ne< 
and Wor " 
colleges and 

name the top 25 crlleaes 
in each region and then 
rank the rest of the col- 
leges in three more levels, the 



Last year's drop was par- information to U.S. News 
tially due to a lack of and World Report. Tliis 
financial information year the school was able 




World Report ranks 






By Kyle B 



Some students may 
feel indifferent and oth- 
ers intimidated by 
teacher evaluations, but 
teachers and faculty 

icourage students to 

:press their opinions. 

Although students may 
feel stressed knowing 



how a class I 



T& 



encourages students I 





, m 




\ 


A hot summer day 


SSSr" 



Southern alumni 
lead public relations 
department 



By Jason Arnold 

Many students may n 



Southern's Public 



for lb weeks to help ol 



: department. Most golh Howell and Nudd 



the department has r 



Commonly they botii 



run the PR department individiially they have 
it Southern. other olans 

Howell, directorofpub- Howell said he (vants 



McKee Food; 



supervisor for southti 



n with Southern. 




School of Visual Art and Design gets new computer lab 



;hanges and find the a 



j—r changes ar 

A plethora ol changes departmen 

have taken place in the art ^^^^ friendij 

department over the past -f},jg yQ^y 



dent can log i 



that's not cheap." geltin" Pizar said. in, junior art major is a certain amount oi 

The Art cfepartment While most art slu- Rachel Komorowski said, upkeep necessary, il wl 

purchases goods that will dents are content with the Although not everyone arc to keep pace wilti 

be consumed and eventu- new changes, some senses the benefits, the changing t.-chnotop. 

ally replaced such as film remain less enthusiastic. resounding sentiment Lab fees were ili<' utily 

stock, lighting supplies, "I'm glad the art heard from most is that means bv wliiLti iin' 

and a multitude of other department is progress- the art departmer 



dents will be charged 
S500 lab fee for the cc. 
and upkeep of departmen- 



2 of 






I upkeep of departmen- Junior animation major 
equipment and sup- Nathan Pizar said, "^t 



give students a greatei 

sense of ownership 

,.^ respoBJbilily. and familiar 

and ily. 1 definitely feel like I n 



dard of their craft. 
Wayne Hazen Dean o 



The upRrade incluiied a 
lelwork with a terabyte of 



'I The Soutfaem Accent 



reputation school. 

^, were sent to "Very few numbers are 

it of ttie other schools compared in this ranking 

■ ■ ] those numbers are 

; always what reflect 



e southern region to and those numbers : 



introduce those ; 

to Southern, Sauder saJd. the value 01 a 

Advertisements were also Bietz said. "For 01 



and News Week. 



When asked 






mrollment. 



advertisements will only great deal t 



effect 
E 

There i 



be printed in magazines easily 

in the southern region, bers Inat ueiermine uie 

T^ie cost of regional Duy- value of a person's educa- 

Bietz added. "1 



the : 



know of any students w 



Review, Sauder said. chose Southern t 



Students feel the 



e rankings." 
took some work foi 
hern to climb back u 



community," said Susie Southern 



However, 
ments are tur 
office thai C( 



Bahcock said. 

Babcock said that 
while teachers appreciate 

really "don't help' you 



derful," Hazen said. "I 
think the students will 
definitely benefit from 




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Friday; 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. 

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P.O. Box 370 

Collegedale. Tenn. 37315 

(423)238-2721 

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accent @ southern. cdu 

About the Accent 



Off-campus I 
get internet i 



Trayer on the tootball 
field a free speech sin 



students living in off- the 



"'.*' house will point directly Badger 



mil allow " (U-WIRE) MADISON, one Our Father before 



ne in the house to wis- Oh «™ .,.. ^— 
(he school's Inter- [j,, ^^^^^^l district of Santa 



16 years that I v 

., jnded hv all t 

praying did ! 
one Our Fathv. ^^.^-.^ - 
football game, a basket- 
ed game of table 1 



s housing are fru^ kickoftat football games, 



using the wireless Inter- accessibility to the Inter- 
net for the new student ^eL 
apartments currently -ji has been stressful to 
being built. That is why (,ot have a computer 



said publi 
school district The defei. 
dants claim that their 



\Vhy? Well. 1 cannot speak 
for the administrators of 
any of my schools, but I 
would guess that _ it 
..^„™„.j silly. I don t think 
iL cYt.i crossed tJie minds 
of the spectators to have a 
pregame prayer. 



rayers uvci mc wouio kucm """■ ' 
PA system before seemed silly. I don't think 



participate in the pra 

atmosphere is fairly c 
cive. I am not saying \ 
prayer should be forb 
den in the world of si 



First Amendment rights 
On^'Thi 



-eligion pregame prayers 



game ymyc's ntit ..■- 
iiuL allowed back in July, force 
However, some students of the 



U. Florida alumnus 
killed in West Timor 
militia attack 



" selves - claim that broad- 
casting prayers at a pubLc 
function excludes stu- 
dents of other religions 
and flies in the face of sep- 
aration of church and 
state. ^Vhat we have here 



wrong, so they tried to 
arrange a demonstration 
for the first game of the 
year in September. How- 
ever, the orotesE fell flat 
when only 200 people 



However, if Uiey try 

-■ ;mem^, 

parti cip 

iating'^lhe First Aniei 



sonal prayer for the it 



r there announcer's introduction 



NESVILLE, Fla, 
/i-rsity of Floi 
inus Carlos Cacerei 



Elba Caceres, said Sun- 



t and dedicated. He 



Florida Iikecl to help people. "He Nowbeforeyi 



idp people. He wanted to 



Wedn.-sday in V 
TimorinallniledNat 



journalism degree ii 
Spring of 1988. was work- 
iiiK iV.r llu- D.N High 



she said. "Wherever 1 
Elba Caceres said h' 



"He loved different cul- 
tures," she said. "He 

fused by his son's death, 
"One of the questions I 
for the United 



the computer tab and fire 

'" ngry e-mail to the 

I would like to 



organizers believed place in tins counb-y? I 

,,,_._ powered we expect God to 

despite the football game 
interest? Is God < 
edge of His seat. Pi .. 
hand, shouting obsce 
ties at the referees? 
I tiiink spectators thi 



would have overpowered 
the announcer, despite 
his use of the FA system. 
! think Uie poor participa- 
tion should prove to the 
organizers and defen- 
dants alike that not every- 
one in their small Texas way too rr 
town believes in their own influen 
cause. come of a I 

I wonder about the And the ■ 
spirituality of the defen- Santa Fe, 
dants in tliis case, whose 
allies have harassed those 



I much of th 



d football. But did we 
er have a prayer broad- 
it over the PA at a foot- 



assaulted Cath( 



own perceptions of C 
Maybe G ' ' 

having 1 

Maybe Santa 

.. ipting God wh 

he watches ''Providen( 



end of the ifay, broadcast 



He (Caceres) over the school PA In reli'gious element ii 



is interrupting God wh 
Itches ''Providen( 
Friday night 
s likely 





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Wliat happened?" said his 
[allier. Gregorio Caceres. 
Caceres' fither said a 
Geneva official of the 
U.N. High Commissioner 
for Refugees told him the 
United Nations had evac- 



evacuated, lunch. But i 



- Christians school ft 



simply because they dis- 



,t them back after the 



Indonesian government 
proniir ■ ■ ■ '- - 

would 



Some Southern high schools are 
disobeying Supreme Court praye 
ruling 



soldiers bv Scon Ji 



The Duvmondback 



i|ii'Hi s.iiil, w;ib. plagued by violence 

■ I "(Ik' pendence referendum. 

vrrv Militias supported by the 

<:<l "He Indonesian government 

'I. mill-." destroyed much of the 

V. il e- territory. It was then that 

ii iim many ^st Timorese fled 

.! Ill [| a island seeking refuge. 

I'll. U.N. officials said Friday 

' ' ill, it he that they thought miiitia- 

.. iM- ihe men in Betun, 30 miles 

1 S.111I. south of Alambua, klUed 

ar ulien he 20 villagers, 

t what kind Tipton said he did not 

was headed know Caceres was in 
West Timor, and that he 

iFiiilv is iiii/- was saddened to hear the 

'■ .i" 'il' "Unjust too bad it had 



(U-WRE) COLLEGE 
PARK. Md. - The Ughts 
go up, the national 
anthem has just ended 

^re^to^'tfke^^e^field' ^^^° 
4,000 voices join in tiie ^^n 
Lord's Prayer, echoing a ^e i'r 



both legal and illegal 
In Mississippi, where 



'This effort unc 



controversy that has been 
brewing since June. 

In Santa Fe, Texas. . 



!o follow the 



"\Ve support I 



Santa Fe Indeper 
School District bee 



students invoked c 



although we don't agree 
■■■'"- ■■" "-yant said in ,- 
USA Today, 
^ai ncek the 
versy returned 
nlace where it b ■ 
I group called 



with it" Bryant s 
statement to USA . 
Last week the i 
versy returned to me 
place where it began with 
a group callei* ' "" 
No Play. The 



prayer was at _ 
when done privately. 



Supreme Court ruled &-3 
that school-sponsored 
prayer before football 

e said. tiond because it violates 
the Establishment Clause 



that il would lead a 10,000 
person prayer rally at the 
opening football game 
between SanU Fe and 
Hitchcock high schools. 

Kody Shed. No Pray, 
No Play director, said his 
group will distribute 



led to this report which stipulates 



lUh%af^^S™S «-%««!& gw^-SuSSrS' 



pray, but Uiey should 



public school setti 
Saturday's prayer r 
Fe only i^ 



The Accent is look- 
ing for staff writers 
for all sections, pho- 
tographers, and 
someone with expe- 
rience In Quark 
XPress, Free Hand 
and Photoshop. Call 
2721 or email 
accent@southern.edu 



"Our leaflets ; 



rallies vnll be besides the 



itudentsthediffi- Oie LorJ 



choice between 



personally offensive reli- 
gious ritual." according to 

released by the Court 



the National Anthem 



The Anti-Defamation 
League 



Jl season beguis around <;„,«;.; — „_*■ "f. 
the nation, some high 
schools in the South are 

cSs Son' t^rouSh 



and bigotry. 
effort to pro- 



attending the high schi 
game, but parlif ' 

sides feel that i! 

"We look an issue 
the Supreme Court t 

Bridget Louivier, a spe 

Houston Chronicle. "■ 
school board came ho 



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Friday, September 15, 2000 



Elusive young voters could 
swing election 






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IBM launches 
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people. 



PIS at getting young peo. John F. Kennedy and Hichanl don IBM recruitet^are • 
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nternet makes stealing 
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professors are keyed into ways 




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compared to Che number who 




10 galhcr ideas and info 




■Idon'llhink you can easily 




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fool any English professor." she 


'If teachers showed students 


M Eyre- paper for her fresh- 






said. -Plagiarism has been 




n composition class. Correct 


than iusi galhering 


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something that |wel are vigilant 


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also usually avoids the Internet 


site helps educators catch j.la- 


Halfwaj. ihrough (jrading 


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when writing papers. One time, 
she said she grabbed informa- 


papl'^UTS'eLral's^h.den^ 


idine the same paper. 












chealers-Hesaidlheo 


nnipre^ 


The information turned out to 


be better oft copying straight 


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sho"ld'i)bce tXl cmph^^Ts°o'^ 


m tant^'ds'^ot'Ti;?, 


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GUILIUSS 

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stu" d-af^'^plS toifenllhe 


■JanoEm-is'norneexam- 


ca ylflii™ dealt «ilh 


at least 


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sense of guilt. Their chealing 


c[as?*cralSfo'red'^''thc 


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students are strtssing^ ^or 


''''^l'°irish^l'^uld say thai f 


HH3SH 


deparunent dealt with 


English 


■Tliey think, 'If them, why 


have found a foolproof way to 
detect plagiarism,- she said. 


" pve sludenw access lo 


lhe"L!l!irdassWrilrft 


L"mil)^ 


Lord recently typed "Jane 


twiimt^ ^"'^f'' fr" '"^ ~ 


pa^^from the Intern 


L Chair 


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Eyre- into eui Internet search 


Stes "like" ™school- 


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iek. an anthropology major. 


now!'-'"she ^d^Tl ^"Zm^ 










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"I think everybody's 


ookins 


papersl all the time," he said. 


Ihing tliat looks like another 
one I graded. I dig through that 
pile much sooner.- 










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Come vote for 
your senators 
today! 

Voting locations: 
Talge Hall, 
Thatcher Hall, 
Student Center 

Voice your opin- 
ions! Come vote! 



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NESS WIRE via COLLE- studenls do around c 



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Connections.com, a 
leading Internet provider 



'luding eating, shop- New York City based 



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Bluetooth-not just a weird name 



espondinglikeitused 
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Christmas breax ana you required are a Das 
need your computer. But m^^ controller) 
that nest of wires beh^ind v^j-t tlie r^dio sigi.-. 
digital signal and i 



coworkers - all 
geek stuff. 




blow the dust out of Ih 

hurt to clean the ball off 
with rubbing alcohol (DO 
NOT USE WATER). Put 



his old printer so I don't 
have to use lhe...ones in 
the lab, but my computer 



there a way to TELL the 
computer what kind of 
printer it is? Do I need a 
disk of some sort? 
HELP? 



to get a driver for your 
printer. Ifyou havelnler- 



Bluetooth is 

a protocol 
ng developed tajn (fata integrity ; 

I supported by many ^^me software (iink rr.— _ . 

ager). which coordinates ods like EEherne_tj^to]jgii 



panies tt 

world. '"iT^e idea of Bluetooth Southern's network). 
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.i^.'^_-_,^'^!"j- devices' often had I 

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hke this, the technology is bility built ir 
bound to succeed. 

How does it work? 
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be ceed, judging from t 

nil- huge industry backi 

that it already has. ' " 



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Ty«; 

Hewlett I^ackard LaserJet 



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from students a 



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them back to 
the fall semester.- said 
Ronald Stein. CEO of 
UConneclions.com. "Our 
combination of an updat- 
ed online presence, and 
offline, campus-based stu- 
dent teams, offers the 

denis and merchants. We 

UConnections students' 
most valuable campus 



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students I 



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UConnections _ _ ^„ 

ing the public eye. UCon- campus online to bet 

nectipns will be part of a Thelnternet College 

special report for the nectionCTM). For i 

■^.com" senes, airing on information 

CNBC, Saturday Septem- 212.532.'1321 or 

ber 16th at Noon Eastern www.uconnections C( 
Time. Other upcoming Source: 
features include a CEO UConneaions.com 
Interview in the Septem- Contact- 
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Reporter, and an article in 

the OctnhPr ifiBiiP n( 

eovenng ^J^.ullne^;llo^s 
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"Google Searcn", Tliat 
vrill bring up a list of web- 
sites that fit the search 

Facturer's website should 
always have drivers tor 

ch 

loi 

you are prontpted for the 

wizard. If the file that you 

cutable (ends with .exe) 

before your computer will 
know that the driver is 

□e that helped 



MPEG-4 in our future 




have plagued MPEG-3. 



The best and worst of the Web 



Good site oftheweck 



K^.^u.i should definitely mg. m 
match. One of the first iiushy - 



known as... SQUIRRELS!" 



Ts' 



riis 



e way is a direct loss for words oi 
n the first line of It's a site ded 



rt with the "look" for God's' 



BigWords liave a smooth 
look but they also have 
cool stuff for the average 
dent CI ■' 



themselves around m. It's 



college student Clothes. 



rather than the 
that I don't 



alloy and runs for the 
"reasonable" (which 
shouldn't apply to useless 



content because 

know where HI end 
The site is one of tliosc 
personal hodge podge 
sites that really has 
unity or cohesion Of 



pinnacle of creatii 

_.e noble squirrel 

any other rodent. In '■ 
squirrels have become 



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— t know Uiat Oni: vci, 

look it up). It looks as 

3 excogitate ft'pmTnriril'i^i'iVk^'f ^ though this guy just had 

are answer- ^l*.!' P£t??,Ml''*>"'=*'s. so much stiJf he --^ ' 



All nght that ' 
where. 



Besides clothes 



say about snuirrels 

he saerificeo I " 

sntirely for the 



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http://www.gottshall.c 
im/squirrels 
jon^s World p Squir- 



saerificed his look 

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is that while perusing t 
site for all the tidbits 



wiJen "'s-"^^- 



clean chimneys c 

lling squirrels for f 
passage is never fun. 
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divulge the details 
those experiences h' 



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J)cience 



Alpha hydroxy acids 
in skin care 



Cleopatra bathed 



They help to eliminate 



_ layer _.. .„_, ™.. 

nllk, and noble European thickens, and thick skin and chesL By the sam 

5 pampered their loses its elasticity and mechanism, AHAs get ri 

:s with wine baths to fresh look. AHAs c — - '- ' 

_. . silky smooth skin, the rescue: they 

Upha Hydroxy Acids down tiie sugars 



;e dramatic results, especial- 

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jefore their cement', the material that hons, but they are being 



e the aging process 



AJpha hydroxy acids 
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iult, skin easily als 



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AHAs prodi 

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ly for serious skin condi- 
bons, but they are being 
used only by profession- 



dermis. While making the tive products formulated 



- Apples ■ malic_acid_ 



', alpha hydroxy acids . - --^ — - 

'0 make the ground might not work a 



; rich substance of die dermis more concentrated solu- 



thicker, thereby eliminat- 



xtracted from sugar 
AHAs are natural - not 



prised at the results they 



lants and natural foods. Wes. It has been found Note: Information 



more: they produce alpha 
alpha hydroxy acetoxy acids (AAA), 
■e the most popu- which do the opposite of 



r skin horny layer 



Ok. Now let's talk skin . . _ 

iboul how AHAs work happens has yet to be 

ind what they do to make explained by scientists, 

kin look younger. in the meantime. 

Studies have shown AHAs' ability to help skin 

hat AHAs are especially shed unwanted cells 

" " 'C oh the horny makes it very useful in 

the one made of eliminating wrinkles and 

;lis). Asyou know, age spots & in relieving 

time goes on, our atliEator skin and associ- 

;kin loses its abtlih' to get ated dryness & thicken- 



ti^en as a medical advice. 
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^iews about college 
drinking 




Friday, September 15, 2000 



Like it loud? 
That's okay! 



Many a SAU stude 
has wanted to play the 
music really loud at son 
point. Usually they're 1 

ery made by Ping Shenj 
and others at Honj 
Kong's Universih' of Sc 
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des, which idenafy tbi it 
did indeed exisi iil mn- 
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their research on the 


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IHealth Chat's healthy nutrition: 
introducing echinacea 



supplements 
ket which poL_. 
infection-busting 



dietary considered to be the best while 

echinacea 



e for medicinal effi- 



One of the best 



', although the leaves 
have a potent effect 
;ed, many echinacea 



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people to lake and a 



health and lilnes 



that 



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itchy throat ( 
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prevalent in the general saud. Dr. 

population, remember to oripnal Vii 

take it in small quantities doctor. 
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yiesmes 

Friday, September IS, 2O0O "W 



Subway or Blimpie? L'steningpleasure 




September Entertainment Calendar 



Thursday, September 14 

ChatUinooga Symphony & 
Opera Association 

Symphony Series; Ameri- 

Tivoli'rhi;alre 

The Cliatlanoo([a Symphony 

one ana tneir brolhcr can enjoy. 
Featured Ihis week: WORLD 
PREMIER OF -COMMON 
GROUND" BY CHATTANOOGA 
COMPOSER ROLAND 

CARTER! Also featured will be 
major works of 20tli Century 
American music. Special Ireat 

Votapek will play Rhapsody in 



Note: come at 7;00 p.m.. and ISkv 
Maestro Robert Bernhardt will \^^: 
^ w^Jiw^i^"^^ ^'^^' Providei 

Chattanooga Symphony &. 
Opera Guild 
Ovations Receptii 

Tivoli Theatre 

Come backstage directly after 
he Landmarks performance foi 
the "Opening Night Ovalioni 
Reception" for a chance " 
and greet champagm 

guest artist Call to mak 



jrformers at Jaiielle's Juic 



n woodworking, soap mak- 



weekago. Shepror 
hear The Dig 'ill rci 
that evening, but di 

They must have pi 

liard that night, 1 1ie play 
through September jO. 



Q practice a exhibit of his paintings and draw- in^ and blacksmithing (making 



ilay later on and Northea; 



ipired by the Southern thmgs out of metal). 



Lcader»hip ChnttanooKn 
:iusH of 1999 
CULTllREFEST 2000 



Tliursday. September 21 
The Big Three 
Live in Concert 
Southside Jazz Junction 
Come celebrate the elevator 

music of yesteryear performed 



the pony rides, wagi 

""mes, contests and me iiin 
nuat Hamilton County Parks 
d Recreation Department sack 



; of Chattanooga's 
illocalb- ' 



Saturday. September 23 

Chattanooga TraditJonal 
Dance Socie^ 

Contra Dancing 

All Saint's Academy 

Peavine Creek of Atlanta will 
perform. Doug Singleton will 



Folk Music/Tenness 



t "^^n^ Kt""n":S '" ^^S' P«*/Han,il,on County 



larity. Forget baseball. Corneal 
see why Contra Dancing is Amt 
ica's RML pastime! 



Tliursday, September 28 

Cbattanoo)^ State Techni- 
cal Commumty College 

Amphitheater Events: 2l9t 
Century Renaissance 

Come with us! Joe Helseth 
will lead a tour of the sculpture 
gardens and TTie President's 
Exhibit Following the tour will 
be a lecture on "Ideal Proportion 
or the Golden Mean". Many 
other lectures will also occur at 
this time. Join us afterward on 
the lawn by the sculpture garden 
to enjoy a concert by the Chat- 
tanooga Symphony Orchestra 
with Maestro Robert Bernhardt. 
Cokes and ice cream are to be 
provided, though guests are wel- 



ihat Guests wishing 
•u mti.n uieir picnic baskets 
while attending the lectures 

guided tour. Picnic baskets will 



so you don't show up with your 
dale and get rejected at the door. 

Saturday. September 16 
Chattanooga Theatre Ccn- 

Circle Series Production: 
An Ideal Husband 



past with incriminating charge.. 
A lively comedy by Oscar Wide 
that could be npped from todays 
headlines, but created by one of 



Hubert Fry Center. V 



bartered for large s 



f this play 

. bby. bulwe' 

t the piay. I met one of the 



: Not too shabby, but we'll s( 



FREE ADMISSION 

775-2996 

Tuesday. September 19 

Hunter Museum of Ameri- 
can Art 

Art After Work; George 
Cress: Recent Works 

Join artist George Cress as he 



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catalog has the latest products 
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Sunday. September 24 

Hamilton County Parks ai 
Rccreulion Department 

llth Annual Coimly Fair 

Chester Frost Park 



Robert Bernhardt 



Chattanooga Traditional 
ancc Soaety 
Contra Dancing 
All Saint's Academy 
Martx Bnggs of Atianta will 
Midnight Kitchen o[ 

:a will play " 

Enrique Igle 



Atlanta will play 



exhibits. Demonstrations will be 



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irlsnol anSDA.Thelf 
Sfct your elders 

ftho the teacher is: l beiieve as students 
Jexlsts a certain obligation to respect a 
a peison In auihority. 
re supposed to model alter God 
:i if we are being prejudicial ai 
^atory to people who are not SDA tl 

are laiiing short ot the glory ol 

ifit to echo your senliment and tell peopl^ 

B that it you are going to be a C 

fatter our Lord and Savior Jestj ;- 

2 many who are not of this (ola 

IRng into My kingdom " Who are v. ■. 

n praying that you wiH noi all. 

B to separate yoti from the love ol 6^ 

s or her behavior. 



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■ 1 I I ^L I The Soulhera Accent 

Mm Xpress 

Friday, September 15, 2000 J 



Catch 77-The tour experience 



But when Christ 



orld Seven is the per- 



i Chad Stuart ing and lalkji „ 
would speak. Then we many Adventist youth. 



would break 
groups and lead Bible 
classes. After that we 
would play a concert. But 
even then, we stayed 
around for a few days to 
establish friendships. 
Billy: It sounds like 



Dave Tolbert: It v 



it seemed much more 
open, and the West Coast 



Tolbert: "One chaplains, religion teach- 



through your music min- 

Matt: Adventist youth 
need a new form of wor- 
ship and spiritual enrich- 

focusing just on the 
youth. I feel that they real- 
ly appreciate it and feel 

by playing I .__ 

kind of sMe they like. 

Catch 77: iTie mc 

that we say at every c 



What do you think makes 
Southern spiritual? 



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The students that are dedicated to Christ and living that 
way. It really shows in the student-led programs like CIA, 
campus Bible studies and Student Week of Prayer." 



s people praying for u 



-Kenia Rodriguez 

Sophomore 

"I wish I knew, but I think the spirituality of Southern is 
dependent on each individual student, not jusl good pro- 
grams or faculty." 



m 



^^_ ... 1 Division's New 
Year's Celebration called 
Genesis 2000. Then we 
traveled through Col- 
orado. Nebraska. Idaho, 
Washington and Califor- 
'a playing at Adventist 



1 fire and giving youth 



especially remember q 



Matt They had a lot of 



for Jesus. She actually practical questions about 
shared Christ and what things like drugs and & 



Many youth had a knowl- 

her edge of die Bible but m ' 



[great show at unchurched friends. They lot of Spirit 



Scott Callender: "It this 



East Coast and played in 
places from Ontario to 
Florida. Our final official 



of talked about If s 



anyone who wants to 
know) mil be coming out 
on a new album somedme 
in October. We'll be hav- 



"Having so many opportunities for student Interaction like 
the Third and drama. When we get involved we grow spiri- 



somewhere around Junior 



-Rachel Lombard 



e asked questions, it years, he will place a high- 



r at the Meb 



strengthened me by mak- 
ing me search. I learned 



iVe would lead praise and 



with a lot of 



you all this Knowledge but 
■ ' lever study themselves 
)r make it their own. 
Billy: What is your 



love doing this and would 
love to get paid for it But 

hands. However far God 
takes us. we are willing to 



Christ in the President 



Inquisitive rebellion 



s eighl-year-old's because s 



computer. For others, it is 
what 1 like to call "i 



, Mel Gibson portrays 
inner s' ' ' - 
n whose ( 



How to devel- 
op a deeper 
relationship 
with Christ 



"- ■ — r After len years in the bunk sobbing, because 

do you want oth- f^^™ pavjd had jj made. Jesus' love for nie person- 

Mnyou?-Aque5- He had worked his way ally had become real," 

I have probably successfuUy to the top David said. "At that point 



■ struggle of £ 

I. Should he join the 
of American free 
r play it safe for his 
and remain under 
h rule? Although 
rying to keep the peac;e 



revolution and the birth 



"--- ,- and distinguished rank- 

The expected answer jj,g 

from any "good" Christian -Although I was lilled 

would reflect a desire to ^■^^i^ n,any aspirations 

be like Chnst How can ,j,at would make me a 

somediing imperfect gen- Commander in the Navy, 

thing perfect' \Vhat does ^an with aU the benefits, 1 



University life, 



standards, about God s 



pie than 

^erienced b__. 

We have a larger selection 



have experienced before. 



SA President David War- 



personal number o) 
IS that one person 
closer to Christ, 



s empty on the inside, changed." 

J a room full of bub- David started 



:old-blooded murder 



foods, classes and helps us all get rid of the 



; burn his house ^nd under this 



less. Inquisitive rebellion 
helps us all get rid r''"-- 

senseless formalis. 
ur religion. Now is a 

o new places, think 
eeper thoughts and find 



this '* 



D action. But 
really lo join 



squeak rebellion? 

bravery and 

'- the visioi. .. 

independent nation? 

College is a 
rebellion. For m 



Will I drink or have a 



f birthing 



■ child 



.yofusdonotdowhat 



anything." But not every- 

thmg is beneficial" (1 Cor 

10:23-24). Test every- 

,j tiling . . . Hold on to what 

i that is good" (IThess 5:21). 



'Brokeness: Empty 
yourself of self, and 
recognize your need 
for Jesus 



With a God- 



ted lo SAU. His 



Christ is the fuel 




sanctified, and holy. 

How to keep your 
relationship with 
Christ strong 
'Recognize it all 
comes from God. 



It apart, life. Where 



JL 



such dedication, 



Although born a 
:opalian, David 2" 



While attending Bible 



David Warden plar 



shidies on the ship, David opportunity 



ided 



Christ He did n 
lain of ^e ship i 



real in their lives. 



e Chap- the individual. 



he 
) help peo- 



y_ Baptist, claim- nig^t ^ 



e born yet who 



■ to the I 

Christiajiily _ only ^'^"feveVlionTs weli'as 

when It was convenient gi\j^f ojble topics 

-I have been in and ou grabbed his attention. He will only t. 

of different churches all gggan to understand and sage of Jesus Chnst from 

my life." David said. "I personally experience the you." 

used lo choose a church power of God's word. He personifies this 

only if it had a good bas- on September 12, thought by being used by 

ketball team." 1997 David saw for the God to reach out to oth- 

Life led him over some f,^^ (j^^ in his life the ers. 
rough ground, and as a 



mn only hear the 1 




Do things the 
easy way 



Free college 
for all 



Chapel met each dav at 1 1 



On Tuesday and 
Hiursday, U a.m, classes 
■net at 7 a.m. On Monday, 
Wednesday and Friday, 
:;ach class, beginning 



school sludenrWillVi^fiise. 
and Friday Under a" new ISw, 
;lra hourearly signed by California Gov, 

Gray Davis Monday, any 
es no sense, ''isfi school senior in the 

changes will and a yearly tamily 



e hour unlil confuing lo the students. 



S64.000 will be eligible (or 
full tuition at any Califor- 
nia State University or 

Universitv of California 

'urlher. if the public 



..n affordable. 
Critics have c 



school could have been thin^jf 

11 a.m. classes Monday 
through Friday meet at 7 

"D.m,. Instead, they matle 
those who have morning 

".classes on Monday, 



plan will 

n of Stan 

■ademically selective 

opposite will likely be 

" , If students who 

normally have 

erred by " " " ' 

college 



1 of standards a 



been deterred by the high 
costs of college are ' 
lo apply, the level of 



dents and teachers. 



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selective 
lools will increase. The 
V foreseeable problem 
li this plan is a oalloon- 
enrollment beyond 
maximum capacities 
he slate's colleges and 



which barred affirmative 

^ ,., - action based on race. This 

California -a law helps complele the 



'ilh u population of 
han 30 million - is 
making higher education 
an entitlement for stu- 
dents who have the 



grades but do 

Die money. At a.. 

ed cosl of Si billion a year, 

— '— ■■ ibilious; it if 

Uiing to do. 



economically based ; 
Although there may 



ilan is ambitious; it is educatior 



million students 
support Ihemseh 
through student loans. 



stimated 5.4 arightinthi 



Higher educatior 
. -ight in this count 

this proposal vrill n 



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al government should Chronicled 



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Minimum wage 
needs to be raised 

OXFORD. Miss. - A A person working full- the minimum 

bill is currently befottfthe " ' " 

U.S. Senate to raiSethe 

■ ■ num wage by $]. 
S5.1_5 lo $6.15 per 



■ tion, the bill includes a _ 

, . . . ■ crediCfbr small busines^ 

before taxes, barely above to help compensate fol 

the federal poverty line. "' ' ' ' 

Still, that's much better 



sissippi in particular. 310,716 the 



in January 2001 
no a second 50 cent raisp 
n January 2002. Ape 



about Sl2,7 
before taxes, 

the federal poverty line. 
Still, that's much better 
than the approximate 
"-■".6 the same pe 
per year right r 
Kaising the minii 
wage is especially i 
[ant for Missi',..,, 
which is perennially ■ 



for Mississippi, 

" '' perennially one 

lowest-ranked 

income. One hundred 
seventy-five thousand 



that 



In the end. S40 \ 
veek means much mi 
o a single mother tryinn 



trying to make it in th« 
"real world" than t 



partisan bickering o 
every few years, it si-- . 
simply be tied to the Cofl| 



en ted economy, low-w 

mgly substantial part of 
the work force. However, 

it is nearly impossible to 



small businesses to lay off 
workers lo compensat( 
(or the additional expend! 

un employ mi 

nploymi 



;!d force allowed li 



workers lo compensate 
"■ ' e additional expendi- 
thus raising the 
ployment rate. How- 
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Hie Soulfaem Aixent P 



3A needs you 



Student and responsibility. 



To get involved wth 



the SX judiciary Coun- 
cil or other SA appoint- 
phone David 




I Cady Van Dolson, 



. . ^_. ... terrorist 
bolittcal asylum in the 

United States. 



today in 

Senate 

elections 



And they call this 
torture 




Claustrophobia 



ing other reading this? A SMALL What I really needed I was too busy being loud, major downpour, which I peaceful quietness 
laT space PEN. That panicky, out-of- was thankfiil for. found. 



My standard dialogue 
ely has been, "Oops, 
rry. Didn't mean to 









rfeeiiikelgetlost 
■ ■ ffood of 



L absolute I 



The jam-packed feeling 
of being swept involuntar- 
ily across the floor by a 
wave of people freaks me 

It makes me realize 
how easy it is for all the 
noise of life to drown out 
the small, peaceful things 
that make life enjoyable. 



I many peopl 
luthern is like, ^udi^in 
it of National Geograph- 
or some other show 
at has lots of busy ani- 



i just flashy and deafening and 



Adminislration. are you Emph. 



the W^ek of Spiritual 



■ 

Harmony 
Tillerson 

quiet, but 1 didn't 



ky, out-of- 
eiing began to 
te when things 
r and the days disgust 






ed out of the sky and won- ders that kept crawling oi 
dered how long I would mybacV— ■'■ 



. this I 



cycle of hurivdrum life. 

Like a gerbil. 

So I got off work 
Wednesday afternoon, 
and was powering down 
die sidewalk from Brock 
to the cafe when it began 

I liate geCdng rained 

I that bulletin 

promenade before 



I did, after all, have to 
to the cafe, and there 



their mother with 



sandals and will i 



s qui shy 
gooey na 

1 felt like a fruitcake. 

As I stood there, I even- Harmony is a junior 

tually resigned myself to public relations major 

shelter thing on the the fact that I was stuck, from Louisiana. 



Reduce 



Reuse 
Recycle 
The 
Accent 



i/ly dream for a new school year 



The blue-gray sky 
lended in with the 




Life's little details 




i is fundamen- 

.__ I's children. I 

have learned that some- 
- d asks us to fol- 

_._ ^ see where He's leading. 

flie Florida "Socie^ for And by understanding the 
- ■ " ■■ ' ' ireaible faith of my par- 

ts, I have learned that 



from family, so young aj 



a! speaker for his profes- 



Respiratory Care. He and 



his dog guide 1 
and work together. My 
parents don't often talk 
about the accident, but 
when they do, they speak 



[ die One 



HaireU 

less than a month, miles appreciate each person'; 



learned that we all o 
ate with some type of 

ability, and learning I 



wfio^ never les . 

struggle alone. 

Jolene is a junor print 
journalism major from 
Florida. She is the editori- 

AccenL 



My advice to pre-med 
students 

so you diink that you today were not at all what 

are going to be a big doc- I expected, 

tor. You have to work a lit- Vet I loved the work 

tie harder in college, but and the people so much 

you know it will all pay off that the problems really 

when you have your big didn't matter anyrnore. 

house and drive your Although medicine 

brand new Mercedes. workea for me, it wasn't 

Think again, die first career I tried. 

Medicine has changed Last summer I was 
a lot in the last few years, 

it used to be. If you want 
to make a lot of money, go 

into business. Why go 



■tri 
lii 
I 

Jonathan ^'' 
Geach [{ 



Smidi's talk on Sabbath, I fun ii 



that we should be called 



liie moral: You ' 



preachers. He needs 
good workers in every 
field. God calls everyone 



until I worked for 



Jonathai 

jhemistry 

The Geor^ 



a doctors office. It chemistry ma\0T from 




Friday, September 15, 2000 



I swear I left my car here 
somewhere 







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Adventist Pick Up 
Lines 

by Rob York 

1 0. That's quite a set of ethics you got 

there. 

9. How 'bout we go bacl< to my 

place and read Song of Solomon? 

S.JVly name's not John, but you're giving 

me a revelation. 

7. Didn't the King's Heralds write a song 

about you? 

6. Would you like to 

dance?.. .yeah?. ...me neither! 

5. Tofu should taste as good as you look 

4. I'm thinking. ..you, me, dinner, and 

3abn. 

3. Jacob would have worked 15 years foi 

you. 

2.S0 what are you doing after the 

Millenium Seminar? 

1 . Some people say I look like Dwight 

Nelson. 




hursday, September 21, 2000 



Technology 

The Accent 
explores the new 
Mac operating 



^ 



Opinion 

Students share their 
thoughts as the new 
school year begins 

PAGE 11 




Religion 

Find out what it is 
like to be chased and 
captured by the 
police. 

PAGE 9 



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^n<T svslem to com- book until earUer this week, 
^^ithlrachers and "It super sucks not hav- 

■ of books they need, point blame, but 1 would Uke 

the shortage was lending me Ws book,' Davis 

me teachers didn't said. 
ir orders in until the "Hie book Davis needed 

a Ihf d^ot rejsll^ bookandaCD-ROM. Myers 

jhlerssaid. said that bundles are put 

late ordering put together by 









c bundle 



gotten all their shipments 
now. Tlie two lost shipmer 

Myers and Wohlers said tl; 



though, the students and 

change and are happy t 
learning and working b 



Small group leaders retreat 



fall like weather. ^^^^^^ „ „^„ j,.„,^_„. ... 

ntslic lodge in the moun- ^^ school of Religion. On pus by 
crackling fire all pro- p^jj^y ^i,t. the group took blessed, a; 



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^dea. Each bicycle 
i 
id attached lo th 



a card, encased in plas- Campus 



includes the bicycle's rules. 
Some of the rules include 

and not storing the bicycles 



aforementioned 
Campus Safety, 
students that s 



Some colleges drop 
SAT requirement 



Dickinson only reports the 



their calculators, pencils ai 



dents, the SATs ; 



average student SAT 
Dickinson was dr 
from "highly competiti' 






, standard b 



"highly competiti\ 
I though Dickins 



from diff^ 

policy. Bekhit, a sophor 
Dickin- ence prc-professioi 
i place The Noire Dan 
ins office does fi 

ademic success. 
■^Ve look at 30C 

ove and 200 students w 

an grades are finishel 



:hools, ther 



II perform 



^d Mundy 



; charged 



tires inflated. 
'Especially sine 



i desktop publishing 
:ie general lab. now 



ily in the late afternoons and 
students and the addition of 



;d lab. Twenty-one 

>chool of Computing 
>cn Sund^, 1 p.m. - 

; Tuesday through 



Leach, associate director of 
admissions at Dickinson. 
They like that and it makes 

Students have the option 
to submit their scores when 

Some students who did not 
submit their scores have 
had the opportunity to 

-Had we had their SAT 
score and only being in tlie 



high." said Bob Mundy, 


the lest did measure his a 








"Standard testing is 


undergraduate admissions 


accurate and necessi 




means of evaluating h: 


of the application dropping. 


school shidents," he said. 


and the higher the SAT 




score, the more, likely you 


Saint Mary's stress I 


are to do weU here." 


scores are only a part of 


Mary Pat Nolan, director 




otadmission at Saint Mary's, 






mula for accepting - it's 














student, and I honestly don't 


has lo do with the fact i 










opUon." 


students of different culti 




and linguistic backgroui 




one standard Amen 




exam such as the SAT PC 




a problem. 


they need SAT scores 


-I grew up with t^vo 


ty of applications, I don't 


couldn't have taught 




EngUsh as well as your 


er institution." he said. 


S '^fetd' me"on 



P.A.W.-How to handle stress 



tionships. Sit and talk 
family and friends. 

centered on a hobby, s 



Sept 30: All nJglit SoflM 



ids to stressful situa- ly doctors are foi 

ire and making your How does it o< 

work harder. This is Anything yot 

particularly dangerous if you problem can cau 



try li) do too much. Set goals 

■Be willing to resolve dis- 
putes. Don"! hold onto anger. 

-Share your burdens. Just 
talldng problems through 



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;ollege by pushing some buttons 



»gh»°co.. 




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accent 

cycle 



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online 

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New law 

encourages young 
voters 






Village Market Sale 

Thireenth Annual 

Greater Collegedale Elementaery 




Picnic and Food Sale 

October 1, 2000 10:00a.m.- 5 p.m. 



r I 1 The Soulhera Accent 

1 ecnnology 

Thmsday, September 21, 2000 \J W 

Mac OS X Beta released web l-SOO-FRUSTRATION 



Steve Jobs of Apple Com- 
jch-nnlicipaled new Mac- 



like another \ 
French and German, ing system. L 
Advanced portable docu- OS features 



S'u«.Vrn™:J" Mac OS X PuMc Bet2 



University hi 
make crashes 



claim OS X will 



also di 

(which elicit 



(lid Ihe old APPLE. 



Webster says 



- Vaudeville Ca/e. 



park, Dollywood, in Pigi 



comedy rou- city provit 



il. where il might be Hie plac 



click im Ihe bliic 



r the Acjuari- OK. OK. just about evi 
les (or those lo (his site, click on "Sli 



HoioK on in hgeon Torse 



Ask a geek 



Mycomp 


ter runs slow 




1 get a bigger hard drive' 


-Compuli 


r Slow Lane 






SlowLui 








The only 


A-ay thai the <u 


,«oryo 


r hard drive can ini|Hct ih 




ally HUGE hard drive 












has(i,t.Soc 




'so^'k^ 


t'sS Tor thai Wnd^or 


erboard fi.i 


30-pin. 72-pin 














ask their o| 


riion. and give 


hem a 


ollar figure that you cann 


*'"li^'!>'<' 


u the moon w 


en ally 


u need is a pebble. 



privacy 



mmunication. shoppio} 
{ and there is a risin( 



mple, keeps trai 



[ YouknowbesLcom 



these days. First, Dou- 



demographie information 
ing an online identity wth a 

fire from the European 
Union tor its alleged involve- 
ment in Echelon, a satellite 

network. The EU claims the 

e-mails) o( Americans as 
well as Europeans. Yet 

ing tool used by Ihe govern- 
net Service Provider's (ISP) 

ness. they may plant the 
CarnWore tracking software 
on that person's ISP lo mon- 

or chat use. The problem 



eek on how 



3 offer what she called "con- 

lial she knew could rarely 
OO number calls on. I hear 



800-CALL ATT o 



a phone call, odds a: 

other 1,998 smden 

YouroddsgodowTK 

rrently ly during peak hou 

working on getting more placing your calls 

costs much. Uyou absolutely HAVE 



Top 10 ways to tell that you 
have been online TOO LONG: 



n Solar LiveCam. 
ylOL instead of laughing. 

i you lo lose weight so you joined alLre 




Best and worst of the web 



off chance that they gel their 






rs worl< ai 






Alright first off 11! m 
on that their look is fine 
ttle clullered but not o> 
'hebningly so. Tlteyhav 

alchy mth the nerd hen 



of you might actually sub? 

As for conlenl l' 
little. Kareoke. 



probably the 




MIR survivor 



Thuisday, September 21, 2000 ■ 




Ecstasy, GHB suspected 
n Johns Hopkins 
Jniversity senior's deatli 



(U-WRE) 



' heart rale and dehydratior 



' York Nadimpalli. "And every lime 
Ihat Wiesl took Jamie would see me, he'd 



Wiesl. a risin 
Homed ical 
lajor. collapsed 
iTwilo.aclubi 

Paramedics 
it Vincent's I 

ounced dead ai 






Another fnend, wh 
d she will ahvays n 



'!l''^'*ir"" Borakove expl^ned. ' was the one I called for 

edical Cen- f^^^ y^^^ q-^^ attempted adwce. (or a smile for a com- 
^was ^ro- ,p gjjy, jp^^^ TviWo two plaint or anything at all," she 






Ellen Borakove 
'public affairs foi 



A memorial service i 
scheduled for SepL 27 - 






y sued Twilo. calling il 



Beat the 

"Paper 

Mountain" 



\Vhereve 
accumulate [ 



if electronic com- 
ake a look at 
L How much 



of mind. The answer? Hav 

sure and discover how thei 

Each week set. aside 
(or preferably recycle) a 
longer need from you 



^leningitis vaccinations required for U. Maryland students 

[Jie er. However. Rychni 
,unt he beUevcs a subst; 
fall large number of st' 



[U-WIRE) COLLEGE Stu 

CMd.- The University of the 

iryland wiU require all and wiU be given 10 

us residents to be vac- comply. If students 

'd against meninfptis or comply by the end 



comply; 
check-in ch; 






awned hous- Smith said she does i 
aid. Paulette have already responded 



also includes i 



^■geHheshoLTTie Erin Mui 
, taking steps to beenworkiDi, 
late the expected with the resident life 



working on the project The health cen te; 

the resident life office, up a Web siW; co 

said if she were to guess, information about 



Return of Atlantis 



living on a secluded sf 



■ 13-story Int 
ind ready for 



slow. TTie team must pause Terrence Wileutt, com- 

to equalize air pressure mander of what has been 

between compartments and labeled Atlantis describes 

take air quality readings, space living as "absolutely 

The astronauts wear what beautiful," Perhaps, but only 

looks like surgical masks to an asb'onaut 'To us earth- 

and safety goggles, a precau- lings, these new living quar- 

On Earth this dust slays on service panels instead of 



Wild, wild weather 



My favorite scene i 

" ■ d of Oz" is V 

y clings for de: 

y Em's bedpost, 



enell, Brilaii 
eople migl 
f global 1 



r. With a Icgitamale rise 



"Feverfew: a natural 
remedy for migraines" 






rell-knowi 



:ain drugs - and b« 
a HcalthChal 21 



of body and mind. I 
trained as a CP. k 
works fuU-iime in heai 



should be taken each 



tea, chocolate and soft 

3. Addressing factors 

viating them appropriately. 

Always ensure that your 
family doctor is aware that 



^ially sively on llie subject, i 



I monthly medical c 
'. Dr. Sinu'u 



TRff A^fvfeftorw of DohnAy Slug By ^^Qspje 

V\.0»«taft. "E>-rtt>«^ NitPDP!t ^^Eimi^t. 




Sports scores 



I &2 ■ iheir lirsl fiame 


•* 


is being purchased at the 




Vrncenl 6 vh. Richard- 








keep you updated. 






Team Brown did a good 


ganie and didn't wanl lo give 


ly a good night for Softball. 


job of picking out the weak 




with many unexpected victo- 












6-5 lo Team VincenL Team 


















good hilling from Royce 


Faculty is desperately trying 




Brown and Ricky Schwarz, 


to trade Gordon Bietz. who 




well, basically Iheir whole 


is going through a rigorous 




Uneup hil weU. Bul in ihe 






sixth and seventh innings 














Murtin 5 Richardson 










strong this night though. 


Team Martin is used lo 


Wichn 15 VB. Faculty 


wrinning in the bottom of Ihe 


just hammering teams, but 




^Thwe were some ques- 


that Geoff Mardn. and Ben- 






jie Maxon arc the weak links 












defense. Team Richardson 




"Make-up" calls Ihe whole 


did a good job of exploiting 






lhe»- problems, testing each 




Tm glad for iheir enlhu- 








Team Martin did a good 










Ihe call righl. instead of hav- 


that they are the team to 


Bhowing some consisiency," 


ing to go back and change 


heal. They were able to 


said ifam captain Brian 
]( did nol look good for 


Big Dog Paul Myers 


of the seventh with the score 










emotional win over 




inninga, bul Ihey came back 


Knowlton 

The RA's pulled out a 


reckoned with, making his 




close game with Ihe help of 






one of the better-looking 


There is one ihmg gomg 




players in the league, Paul 


against learn Martin. Ihe 


Hlchnrdson VB. Faculty 


















lemptraiuresinthcmidWa 


they did. James Houghton 








Barnelt 14 Lee 1 


was obvious Hint the Faculty 


ning and was an emotional 




wert- nol ready to play. They 


leader for the team. Has any- 




WLTf dcsperatt-Iy praying for 


body else noticed the cheer- 






3 make up giri. Is it a requirement? One 

I has been member of Ihe RA team was 

rain," said Selwin Abraham, who 1 

II be play- ladies al the time. I'm still 
nball. and waihng for my source lo con- 
7 will win. firm IhaL Donnle Lighlhall 

dismissed Beaver Eller. for Team 

isaid. Knowlton, played well: so 

try IL My did Scotl Knowlton and 

wning this game for defense, with both 

teams allowing key hits to 

i; a faculty slip by them allowing many 



nol really s 



which i 
anything so I 
hits really hj 

defense and 

has been cruising through 

fighting first grader 

mon. 1 



llayed. Team Slaraon 
5. but now both lean- 



-belts- 



The world powerhouses, 
peled together in the after- 



pion Svetlana Khorkina'i 
srace and flair, Russia tool 

Romania was next, fol 



didonaUy its worst eveni, the 


keep from falling forward 


-1 was silling here ih 










Brooke Walker followed 






with a pair of jumps in which 


last thing I expected toi 




she brushed her head on Ihe 






backside of the vault. She 






actually stuck her landing 


gymnast through three 


her cue from the judges. 


after tlie first vault and got a 




The 15-year-old. last- 




points and establishing 


minute replacement for 






injured Morgan ^Vhite 




the all-around gold, R. 








the leaders to take over. 


feeling to have the whole 


second. 



Virginia's Moses swims his way to Olympic silverl 



s. Team Br(iW 



Braves 8 



n Ihe Girl's 



cullj' members 
imeni? And 



and is it legal? 



Game predictions 



Domenico Fioravanti. Russ 

Roman Sloudnov earned the 
bronze medal with a lime o 

Tm walking away with i 
silver and 1 had a chance foi 
a gold.- Moses told Tht 



28.60, but Fioravanli, the 


Bernardino saJd he spoke 


swam in Ihe preliminar 


reigning European champi- 


to Moses Sunday night, as 




on, surged from fifth place 


the 20-year-old Burke. Va., 


medley and 200 butt 














In its Olympic preview, 






Sports Illustrated forecast 












gold, but the two-time NCAA 


definitely Ihe type of meet 




champion was relegated to 


where you can see experi- 


Oywithatime of 2:16,8 


second place by Froravanti. 


ence pays off. Oilier than 






[17-year-o!d Australian star 


extremely pleased 


iwo rounds and established 


Ian) Thorpe, most of the 




an Olympic record in the 
final with a time of 1:00,^6. 


people who've succeeded 


particularly in Ihe iOO 
















than he could have ever 










athlete who has been in 


Moses also told Bernardi- 






no Ihat he is now especially 


Pietucha. a 1999 Univ 




juiced up to help the U.S. 




competing m just his second 


men defeat Thorpe and the 








records, failed to quali 


did very well. When you 


upcoming 400 medley relay. 


the semifinals of the i 




Moses was nol the only 


200 fly. placmg 


his career, to go from being 




(1:59.59) in the prelims. 



Tonight on the Olympics (NBC) 



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The Southern Accent Orientation Thursday, September 14,: 



2000-2001 Student Leaders 

Student Association Officers 




L? 



Chattanooga's finest theatre 
centre 



liesMes 

Thureday, September 21,2000 ~W 



So you wanna be more 
outdoorsy... 



Many people T talk t 



is nice too, nith hardwood 
all over the place, nice dis- 
plays, and little silly things 



staff-only bathroom. II is a 
there, you should ask to use 

Rock/Creek is the place lo 
and don't mind being broke. 



^.'Cannot ^ ^^^^ ^^^ 



tion of outdoor g 
other places, except in 

bottles, and commando 
vival can openers: ' 
prices are fairly reason 

Atlanta, slop by Galyai 
REl. Galyan's is huge 



Bock/Creek Outfitter 



girl tryonherTevas. 
are a couple of nice 
here, though. Adri: 



liop, nestled between a 
r^nic stand and a liquor 
. They have mostly ski 



they have a couple head- 



Eat this 



Paslaria 

720 Mississippi Ave, Piwtaria 

Signal Mounlain, TN ua JJ^ou' 

866-1900 



Education enthusiast named new U.S. poet 
laureate 



Go out- 
side, ge 
some 
air, and 
let youi 
brain 
breathe 




SM's send reports of 
first contacts 



What would you do? 




Prisoner--a parable 



I \vas there. The charged v 



n who had slood 



"friends" dove behind a pile 

of rubbish. They had some- with the officer now was He reminded i 

how escaped this time, bul I walking towards me. He had Father is the Jii 

knew that someday they the key to my cell, I knew the Big City. He 



Hy whole body shook with " „j" „,.,,„ fi^j^l 
r. This would not be the ^^f^ ^1^"'' ""!' 
dme, if they caught me, came dark room an 



at a spinning, Hashing ^^^ .^^^^ . 

J that strangely was j^^^^^j _ ^ 

' '" ^i"^ ""^ j"' Morning fount 

)g settled around me, exhausted and vcrv 

""h^'^fT^h W A^^^ sunlight streaming t 

snapped into reality J^dyXll whenT'n 



lust eat it 



■you ever been stranded onmp iv 

small jungle village and ^^^^^^ 

2en challenged lo leach ^^^ ■' 

■ -inns how to study ^ ^ook oi 



tty well. He spoke as if The 
and I laid wcwere best (riends. Then it depths i 

sleep, and ning, it was my best friend. "Jesus a 



-Lori Edgmon 
Sophomore 

n SM. Besides, God could 



"Gayle Eugene 

Freshman 

"Being an SM would be way more important than trying tt 

maintain a relationship." 

Stress level: 4 



■ 



M 



Stress level: 8 






? What is the life. If yt 



ies V 









■ 



"I don'l think I'd be for a: 
I'd probably have to tell h 
Stress level: 2 



s commitment anyway. £ 



k tlie Holy Spirit Thi 



le gospels or Psalms. Do Word. To meditate n- 



Step Five: Live and Work. 
' John the Baptist 



"I'd pursue a relationship because I can handle the long- 
distance with the right person." 
Stress level: 6 



the Bible, t 
ACCENT. V 



day. Do something good f( 
someone and don't let an' 
onefindouLlfyoureadho 



les by feeding on evt 
d of the LORD- (De 
- Every day when t 






the seventh, which foods ai 



f studying the Bible, 
e "fully equipped for 



she through the really in 



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EDITORIALS 
Teachers really care 






The relationship 






Scncral virlucs of the SDA Churc 






day Atlvcntist. Doelrinc ■ Uiat'a what it's all about Righe 
Wc all romembtr thi- Sabbalii school memory verws a 
Ihe (.'Old filars ihal were awarded for pcrfecl memorizatii 
In academy we delved into Ihe inner workings of Bibll 
Irulhs. Now, here al Southern Advcntist Univcrsily. we t 
cusa in deplh (lie writings of Ellen G. While, the 1844 m 
sage and other imporLint Iheological issues. We att« 



s. The q 



urch a 






Heaven. For us. as mortals, lo know God goes beyond 
studying His laws and messages. To know Him. the Ever- 
lasiinR God, the King of kings, the Creator of Mankind, we 

'flic Kelalionship is when we Ket to know God as our 
survive anylhing and everything • unless, thai is. we turn 



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Letters to the Editor 



model Christian environment, where devclojiing and foMer- 






ship Willi God has laken second slage to learning SDA doc- 


Dear Editor, 


department as a lalenled 
design and graphic artist. 


trines. Iliough jusi as imporiiinl. without the Relationship, 
doctrines are worth nothing - nolhing al all. 

There seems lo be n dangerous trend within Ihe SDA 

leaving Ihe Chureh today. Perhaps it is caused by a lack of 


highlighting the university's 


director and has been 


public relations department 


responsible (or many of the 










andlarcexciledtobeserv- 


deparlmenl has produced 


"old school" syndrome that you can't gel enough of a good 
thing. EiUicr way, llie Church leadership must re-think how 
the loday's yoiilh can be reached. Likewise, tlic SAU admin- 
istration must re-adjusl ils policies on Ihe student religious 
life (and requirements) on lliis campus. 


capacity of public relations. I 
tently lefl oul of your article. 


ducing our department to 
Ihe students. We appreciate 
your work and look forward 
to a positive working rela- 


c™i''edtnS^7oouV"cK^^ 


Southern graduale, has 
been working in ihe public 


tionship with the Southern 


ronmeni where llie Kelationsblp is the fir^t slep on Ihe road 


Ms, Skantz serves the 


Rob Howell 



era. Now. we read about 
La^io/Clinton and 

Bush/Gore and Republ 



n by the poll! Democ- 



e Reagan pie. 'When y^ 



e technocrat- Sadly, office 




The Southern Accent 


Minnes 


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JASON AHNOU. 




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addressed the nationwide 


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lular telephones while dri- 
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MattBosu:v 


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vcndtin in Dululh. 

"Cell-phone drivers are a 
public health problem." 
Gene Kishel. 3 Virginia, 


M»i»o.An£.ct£l,m,. 


OxuNE EoiroR 


Associated Press. 

Nicole Dilks. a Univereily 


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mechanical engineering 
junior, experienced firsthand 


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Dennis NEG80N 




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Minnesota doctors condemn 



■ccnlordriversfavoralaw members of die MMA who 
ing up and drive." as a cell phones in their ears." 

study done by the New Eng- 

likely 



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likely Dilks said, "but IVe realized 



of the MMA." Schmiechen chili 



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you've 

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you wish you Do I like my friends? Are 

IT maybe even they really my friends? 

many of you Is this the best' relation- 

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't being pushed the a 



society we live in. ■\\Tio eai 
what other people think! 



YOUR- I really ivanl you to fin 
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Life should be wor 

There is so much I 



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:ar? I mean do 
feel Uke you fit into an 



complain about how yoi 

everybody else always w 
ed you to do. YOU have 



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late to change. Take a look 
at yourself and ask yoursell 
some questions right now. 

■Where do I spend m> 
money and is it worth it? 

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resting books, dumbest t 



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movie. Maybe other people 



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what t thought I was getti 

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Confessions of a 
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How to write humor articles 



sliJit 

What's your favorite part of 
starting a new semester? 

1 



11 have a 4.0 G.PA 




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Top 10 childrens books you'll never see 

by Joe LaCom 

10. Strangers Have the Best Candy 

9. Why Can't Mr. Fork and Ms. Electrical Outlet 
Be Friends? 

8. Testing Homemade Parachutes With Nothing 
At All But YourHousehold Pets 

7. The Boy Who Died From Eating All His 
Vegetables 

6. Pop! Goes The Hamster . . . And Other Great 
Microwave Games 

5. Things Rich Kids Have, But You Never Will 

4. The Pop-up Book of Human Anatomy 

3. The Care Bears Maul Some Campers and 
are Shot Dead 

2. How to Become The Dominant Military 
Power In Your Elementary School 

1 . The Attention Deficit Disorder Association's 
Book of Wild Animals of 
North Amer". . . Hey! Let's Go Ride Our Bikes! 



Blessed are those who 
hunger and Ihirsl. for Ihey 
are slickinq to their 



■hursday, Septemb 


er28 


2000 


Vol. 56 No. i 


1 Lifestyles 

■ Try Janeirs Juice 

■ Excuse m 

■ downtown 

H Chattanooga and 
H get a coupon. 

1 ' PAGE 4 






Opinion 

students share 
thoughts that are 
close to their hearts. 

PAGET 





[latum] gas shortage, 
edented demands for 



t Bush ordered oil 



PRAGUE, Czech 



President Clinton had 



supported central bank 



^edale-TTiurBdayw 



Professional 
center in works 



By Jimmy R 



Collegedale Credit Uni 

Park Place Profess 
Center will serve two 
poses- housing profess 

and generalinB revenu 
the university. The 1. 

include the proper ac 



jrofessional t 



additional space for other 
mts. It is 
completed 

said Marty 
fe ari 

right now 10 fill up thi 
buildmg. We have a 



get more phone calls 
other people who wai 



health se 
Thatcher Hal 
Professional 




Few copies of Joker 
available at release party 



For the second 
row, the Joker ha 

"It was * fr 

process before, bu 

Shearer. Joker edili 

Clifford Wiliia 

Joker-s adviser, fell 

tralcd as Shearer bi 

"Ifs the same cic 

TTiis is the seo 



Shearer said. "I had equip- said W 

uiowledge of how and when Tl)e j 

hings siioiild be done," forms 

Shearer experienced sev- were m. 



e by K.R. Davis. 



began dent Laramie B 

[yoflhe feel special." 
were handed out by c 



[Kople will be par- 



Food minimum criticized 



Southern finalizes 
enrollment figures 

School of Education and 
Psychology has most students. 



Southern's undergradu- 



up from last year's total o 




Thatcher worships now outreach 

Student dean tries new worship and outreach programs. 

Tilings are thanjlng ,j ,j ^^^^^ students real'ize those who need then.. On a 
problems both locally nalio 




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night will be mostly clear with lows in the mid 40s- 

FRIDAY: Mostly clear with highs in the lower to mid 705. 

SATURDAY: Mostly clear with highs in the mid and upper 70s ar 

in the upper 40s. 

SUNDAY: Partly cloudy with highs in the upper 70s and lows in 1 




School of Religion to move 

One of Southerns most well-known 
departments to move to Hackman Hall 



Tlie School of Religion 
will move to Hackman Hall 

Almost 75 percent of all 

taught outside of Miller Hall. 

Daniells, Mabel Wood, Lynii g^.^ 



Halls. 



School of Religion got anoth- will be rotated. 

building," said Steven Hackman Hall will have 
Bnd Summerour "' V"""^ *!"''"' .•''^ology more classrooms and ofCa 









t will be fromaj 



and a library The School of be for the new build 



rill come strictly from don 
ions, said Ron Clouzet. dei 
)(the School of Religion. 



Six more universities 
refuse to ban Napster 



HA)ftABjCHuy>s E. King's recent request that OSPs) ha 

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (U- "hey t) lock the service. sibility fc 

WIRE! - Six more univer^i- Harvard is expected to tions on 

ties announced Friday they ^"°"'"^ iU decision about which tht 

would not block access to "^P^t^"" on Wednesday Howev 

Napster on their computer Al*o"Sh three schools a violalio 

networtis, despite a request ?f^ '*" ^^'^^ ^'^^^ '" reasonahl 

forMelallica N?pslcr last spring when it 

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schools have blocked the evidence 



Tht: decisions by Prii; 
Ion, Georgia Tbch. the I 
versity o( Florida, the I 
versity of California at U. 
Angeles, the University ol 



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advice: for Monday, October 2. either make a run (or 

you have alternate plans, put them in action during 
meal. Again, thanks for your patience and understand 



September 30 

Camp Jordan Arena 
East Ridge 

Big Airshow 

Remote controlled 
airplanes from WW1 
to modern-day 
aerobatic airplanes 

The U.S. Army Golden 
Knights skydiving team 
will be present for 
autographs 

Admission and parking is 
free and the show will las 
for about two hours. 




IS!^ ~=x° —*;; Universities snub Napster ban 

request; Harvard to follow 



. Thus, constantly 

Jso Now the question arises. 



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CAMBRIDGE. Mass. (U- 






; Univ. 



WIRE) - h, a broad rebuke" ^^^)^fZ Ssc'^fX 
S Metallica and Dr. ^^-^I^ord has no 
e alleged 



ciently. It will "btelligently" 
thus greatly reducing down- 



ampuses Thursday. 

Jniversily is expected to 
espond similarly next week. 



ni tor information sys- silies contacted t 

ns. expecled to resj 

Letters from officials at request Friday. 

'olve- Iheydidnotapproveofcopy- said he wouU 

described in your let- would take appropriate aRainst (he univi 



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Life Stages" virus breaks 3~;;sis: 
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^ , • Coming 

Grassroots music next 

a ound Sandra debut and ad the lyrics, and get WGGKa 



Ask Sholl 




•Thrift store rat- 
ings 

"New column: 
Singles of the 
week 

"The Big Three 
review 



"-".Trnd "Museums: not 
•mpfci- just for field 
chmc- trips 






andvoli,n,c» .Asl< Sholly 
ighls by way o( raspy bal- 
■ ■ ■■ side by side 

upbeai rifts. "Moro Grass- 
Bi'preieci lo roots music 



"Recommend- 
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you honesdy how she (eels i 
ionships b 



3d luclc 
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everyposiliveadjectivediatyoucf 



"Concert list- 
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Entertainment for Recommended 
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in half the lime everyon 
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competitiQn doesn't really help in these situaiioi 



iiiiijor. Dnnler jumps orf Pfllyjiiri 






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could teU that Team MarUn run. He trii 

whole outfield moved back Ump called 
left. He was homeriess, replay on t 



Top ten plays 
of the season 



10. Alex Paulk 
atting left and 
ght, and hitting 



When Benjie 
laxon's throws 
shortstop to 
rst go into the dirt. 



he hits the ball, 
whether it is a 
grounder or a deep 
fly ball. 

6. Team Slamon 
and their tremen- 
dous team play. 

5. Kevin John- 
son's diving snags 
across second 
base, and throwing 



3. Ricky Schwarz. 
Ladies I know/ you 
watch him. He is a 
human highlight 



2. Shaw/n Cargile 
always squatting 
before he hits. 

I.Matthew 
Melashenko consis- 
tently making cru- 
cial calls to decide 



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be a sporf s writer, 

contact 

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Matt Bosley 
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Michelle Younkin 


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Register to vote for the 
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Humor 



Thursday, September 2 



Having a bad day? read this... 



o find her husband 
k door, breaking hi 



1, shakins franlically w 



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■ 



"Slupid quesllons when I'm working the from desk." 



'Getting used to cafe lood again. 



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M 



'Opening my books," 



What is your least favorite part of 
starting a new semester? 



A young and loollsti 
pllol was making tils 
ilrsl ever approach to 
a landing field at 
nighttime, he wanted 

aviation frequencies, 
so instead of making 
any olflclal requests tc 
the tower, he said, 
"Guess who!" 

A very aggravated 
controller switched the 
field lights oft and 
replied, "Guess 
wherel" 



16 



Excuses used for getting] 
caught asleep at work 

by Joe LaCom 

lO.They told me at the blood bank this might 
happen. 

g.This is just a 15 minute power-nap like they 
raved about in the last management course youj 
sent me to. 

S.Whew! I guess I left the top off the liquid pape^ 
/.This is one of the seven habits of highly effec- 
tive people. 

6. 1 was testing the keyboard for drool resis- 
tance. 

S.Someone must have put the decaf in the 
wrong pot. 

4.Boy, that cold medicine I took last night Just 
won't wear off! 

3.Ah, the unique and unpredictable circadian 
rhythms of the workaholic. 
2.Wasn't sleeping, I was trying to pick up my 
contact lens without using my hands. 
1.AMEN 

Joke du jour 

A young boy this, he'll gel sick, replied, 

about eight years Infact.it might even The grocer, tryinj| 

old, was at the cor- kill him." not to be an I-tt 

ner grocery store But the boy was you-so, said he > 

picking out a pretty not to be stopped, sorry the dog hai 

good size box of He carried the deter- died but added. ' 

detergent. The gro- gent to the counter tried to tell you ni 

cer walked over and, and paid for it, all to use that delergeJ 

trying to be friendly, while the grocer on your dog." I 

asked the boy if he was still trying lo "Well," the bol 

had a lot of laundry convince the boy responded, "1 don'i 

to do. not to wash his dog think it was ihi 

"Oh, no laundry." with that stuff. detergent that killed 

the boy said. "I'm About a week him." 

going to wash my later the boy was -qi,', y/hat 

doc." back in the store to 

then?" 



"But you should- buy some candy. 

n"t use this to wash The grocer asked "I think i 

your dog. It's very the boy how his dog ^nrvMo" 

powerful and if you was doing. "Oh, he ^ ^ 

wash your dog in died," the boy 



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DiKluxr: This is F.k, 



hursday. October 5, 2000 

Religion 



^ M^ Opinion 

^^L^^A Does your vote really 

fW Tt^ PAGE? 

rhe Southern Ao 



Southern's 

Student 

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I would not shut Police 



d ill the USA. bul 
a liil in Japan, a 
I Britain and s 

"16 games ir 






have 









alings for any Olympic 



that have dispatched 
) mounting chal- 




Registering to 
vote gets more 
complicated 



November elections might 
registered to vote on cam- 
According to the 1998 
Higher Education Act. all 



told that they would not 
sent any. tSouthern is ni 







House candidate Will Callaway visits Southern 

Democratic nominee discusses education, environment 



a light blue 
y appeared 




Press delivers more Jokers 



KR's remodeling put on hold 

New elevator to be installed will interfere with remodeling plans. 









Callaway visits classroom 





We love our boys 



ID cards used as debit 



rorlhofp84>er. htip./i 



Boston college students 
prepare for debates 





ihrist in Estonia Free your mind! 



n to fight world) is near" (MalL 4:17). 



sach other completely. 






because there strong al a busy place like B^eat pofxrulture metaphor 
I people who Southern, she keeps her pri- for the journey from unbelief 

what really matters. Hai^ *'_''_°_';?^!^"°^^" J^,^,?" born in ' 



ibey the same rules of sure ofwhat we hope fort 
■ reality Olke gravity) in 




tet real about commitment ™:}i3{H SS~ risjl Jis EEEliCi 



■f one night this [ 






2:1). 



iweVofu; plet, 

iust' happen naluraJly. ' 



•onnlly dech 



§ The Adventist Ghetto and the 

ill.. You 

Hill 11^^ Church-Hopping Syndrome 



men! compared because I attend religious — - — - — — 
iSliuJ'yo'^ dedS pers^X'^ an^ Ghetto.' Tlie majority of 



■iendly? Do they serve 



fcSn"°to."'".n'."in* 






town. The distinguishing 
feature ot our ghello is Ihe 




^— ^c^*. 


high concentration of 




L^£-£'.4^^^ 








graphic area. This obviously 




^^^yg^ik 


lists need a place 10 worship. 




^^^^ff^yM 








esling phenomenon. I call il 






the church-hopping syn- 
drome. Maybe some of you 


■^^|Pv?M 


m-^^JO^^^ 


have already tried iL It is 
























checking out the siluaUon. 
Church-hopping is very 




^^^^^= 



%R\. to mttoit,and( 
The very word part n its mir 



illsatis&our church (ekkleeia) literally 




Dorts 



Faculty brings in 

ringers for 

all nigiit Softball 



Thuisday, October 5, 

Women's 
tourny 



Playsofthewee] 

T— --rrrrrr^jl^J^rSrHATeam and t( 

.e^r rrc:::;3rprp- a,.e.. e, „ - ■■ 

ctiampionship. 



re pops up in the a 



bottom of the seventh s 



line drive ball hitting Benjie Maxson's 
Scott Watson's hands, and th° '^='"'"' 

5 Michael Herr making a clutch I" 
team Banuchi. to beat Banuchi. 

.Geoff Martin making a beautiful back handed catch, and throwing tl 

barter out at first. 

3.TW0 Chris'. Lathom and Slef. making two outstanding catches ti 

potential s 



deciding ctiampionship game.! 

lacl; to BenjiB Maxson, up in the fifth inning and striliiiJ 
.hitting, not making contact with the bali, with a — 
Ditch--thi5 is soft baii, not (asl pitch-did 1 tofget to mention 
■ - - - I championship game? Maybe his hose was too reslnctipg. 

South Florida women's 
hoops team working througii 
racism accusations, lawsuit 




letting. Ihe i 



best athletic ■ 






red -— . - 

;ut Ihe playere have ketf demand s_put on ^^"^ 

ead focusing on condi- they d 

Fm just looking forward step will be evalua 

will respond tc 



/^ • The Soullieni Acceiil 

Science 



lumber of female 
)rofs low in sciences 



Thursday, October 5, 2 

Acne: An 
Answer 
to the 
Curse 



Nature's Cures for Monthly Cramps 





omega oUs, cod 


liver oil cap- 


od consider supplementing 


■2 Alpha {PGF2 Alpha). On 


sules for inslai 








daily Ihey may 










ic intensity 




he Uning of Ihe womb 


and frequency 


i menstrua) 






/Vavs to tell you spend too much time in Hickman 

1 You SWEAR you address has an "HSC" in it somewhere 
J q You have ever tnpled your amount of sleep by crashing or 

h ^vru^o™n1e^lKe=«r a'n7dl?e iSom a passing glanoe at 

h S retStheSogram in the Physics department 

6 The couch fund has paid for more than 5 "f y°" ^^'^ 

5 You habitually end all typed lines with a s^™'"" ^ 

. If someone says foo bar" you actually know what they 

ih ^Lle^"em^onSd"°oT X't^^ef^'"^ "pi" but also the 
T When Sngtrabble you threw out all the wooden letters 
Jld use a cut-up Periodic Table and instead of words, create 
fhemical compounds. 





prescnplion 
dally if they 


u>ve high blood 


For those who don' 
respond to drug Uieraiiy o 




Ltiima or 


thyroid prob- 


can't tolerate il. doelor 










[he difference 




gues for avoid- 


shots. Desensiti/alio 










™Whinids''s 


•Stay ins 


tl^^in the 


ious triggers until ihey'r 


noied when 


SiernMn ^ 




symptom free,- Dolar Ull 


eycan"! shake 








mSlrll 


while at hom 




plans, but should Mart rigl 




aayougclh 


me 


after Ihe pollen season eniJ 


some ways to 


1/ Iheie 


measures M, 




of the nose. 


■""J ^''^ 




^ 


J, IS a hallmark 


allergies. 






iieor-niachine 


youfd'octor 





PiigL- (i The Soulbcm 




Food service times 
need to be lengthened 



Letters to the Editor 



Editor Not to Blame for Joker 
Complications 



Students Need to Work on Concert Etiquette 



The Southern Accent 



Cadence Van Dolson, Editor in Chief 
J01.ENE Harkeli,, EnnoRiM. Pace Enimg 



Dennis Nech6n 



iJU 


SouUiernan 


I feel the need 


be so rude The orchestra 


of the attendees are th 


nply 


tZ,Zr 


ly disgust wth 


r^t:7erilrjn"c;:;t' 


It is sad that such a wond 


Uif 


day cvtning 


Now I realLw 


ten. The young iady 


is ov^okrf ^'^iuTl'^ 












z 


Z'^L'i 


^d"Ll"s^"'or 


nole reprimanded him for 


csted in a small concert ec 




S'S 


'on"srr™ 




pie tips: 

1) Pkase don't c 




safii-si"l'ha 


°'n»Adv™'Si 


nral.wouldn'1 the Christ- 




." 


Uiey were 


orribly embar- 


leous to the perfonner^ by 


"" 2) Please don't talk wli 








not tallting through a pcr/or- 










mance? Secondiy, il would 




n,v 


IVhakkd" 


wimessing are 


have bt'cn more polite on 




1™ 




S,3"id 


she was in the righL l^Uy, 








si disturbing 




watches, etc. at home- or 


nlly 




lldem"here'3 


imprcssS'withTe Chrisl^ 




Jicy 


bcre. There 


ivas a girl stand- 
sic UlWng dur- 


ian atmosphere of this 
school. The lack of etiquette, 
courtesy, and tact he saw at 


suchawonderlulgifL 



Do you have an issue you feel 

strongly about? Would you 
like to share your opinion with 

your student body? If so, 

please send in your letters to 

the editor or write an editorial. 

Submissions may be sent to: 

P.O. Box 370 

Collegedale.Tenn. 37315 

or email 
accent@southern.edu. 



ic tuxeM regrcts these ei 



Joker Editor to be Commended 




J k should be able to hav 



Joker as quickly ai 
We should aU be 
iwe of her work. 



:^^.^ 



cycle 



ihe choice to vote 



efid 


or political cm 


IO,e 


Uniled States. 


bly r 
»hy 


lling eyes, won 



1 

Dave 

Z Leonard 1^ 



vote, dales, whether you cl 
)u at ging Ralph Nader or '. 



Finally, t 



colum 



stuffing is com- Hopefully e 



What God expects 



tear through Collegedali 
feel like we need to be rea' 



;, whafs really wrong 
ig jewelry? Or eatinga 



Voter Registration 
Information 

IVOTER REGISTRATION DRIVE: 

Isponsored by the SAU Young Republicans and the SAU Democratic Club 
Tin the cafeteria...frora 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm and from 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm. 
lon the promonade...from 8:00 am - 12:00 pm and from 1:00 pm ■ 5:00 pm. 
ho can register...all SAU dorm students and CoUegedale residents. 
Time taken to register...two to three minutes, max. 
iDegree of difficulty to register...none. 



i 

Harmony 
Tillerson 



Cashew Nut Loaf Stage. 



IS to do things th 

lys Tliou sha] 
n Sabbath,' or' 



fhat is really the issue? 



ached around before they ai 



i 



badly that all the 
sing about we reall 

happier people v 



guilty. awful people 11 yi 

movie is straight If we d' 



get discouraged. 11 


7yZ I 


roni Pizza Stage, And 
me people only eat fruiL 


w^llTno 


»|i 


enough. And lliey p 


obably n 


business judging othe 


nngs. 




m™**™'™" 


nmillg I 


obably all Christians i 
ner.ll, get 100 caught up 1 


nc"7e 


"iZs ™ 


quietly by the stove 


m Uie 1 


ow they Unnk a child o 


Lomia 


wo. 



Reinvesting in America's future: the Gore/Leiber- 
man budget surplus plan 

iurplus is guatiis against I 




leing permitted to 


ri"^!somr^f Amber 


most are). 


ily conservaUve- 
ri"nds. My parents 


foskiptotd^ RisiDger 

denial. Either that or youVe there. 


was in high school 
Vly classmates had 


, nffidiss Family 


living a lifestyle contrary to of the 


very popular at Ihe 
lovie was a Uttle girl 


^c™ Josh and I- 
down on a Sunday 


S^toZe.myisitlhatwe years o 
m our minds with lots of a long 
"exdting,' but "di^justing" did no 


'B^t^i 


'^lO^rdnutKi'^Ui" 


NEVER agree to li^'e our- lated. 


"""'?■' "^te to" 



What should we do with the surplus? 



^ 



Humor 



TTiursday, October 5, '. 





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Monday, Oct. 9, 2000 

10:00am - 4:00pm 

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16 



Signs that Southern is 
in financial difficuhy 



By Jonnice Towsley 



10 Wohlers is seen buying lottery tickets with an official Southern che 

9 Ken Rogers has to work as the ice cream man on his days off. 

8. We-Haul starts charging. 

7. There's a "For Rent" sign by the doll house. 

6. Teachers begin accepting monetary bribes starling at S10 instead > 

the steap price of S35 per "A." 

5. Gordon Bietz starts wearing suits from the Samaritan Center 

4, Campus Safety has to give students tickets instead of making the 

track sale at night because it's more cost effective. 

3. The chaplain's office sign reads: Indulgences $10--good through 

October 31st. Save your soul before it's lost!" 

2 University Drive is made a loli road. 

1 While giving plasma you look over and there's Gordon, his wife, th 

twin daughters and their husbands . - .even the dog , . . it's "rough." 



The battle of the sexei 



ice 



Time to make a few changesl 




[Monday, October 16, 2000 



Lifestyles 

How thrift shops in the 
Chattanooga area rate based 



\'ol. 56 No. 6 




Soutlieni's 

Sludenl 

Voice Since 



■OEGED.ALE, TeNNS^ 



Szr Threats to our quest for sleep 




PnKi- 2 Tht Soulhenj Aaxnt 




Corrections 

willingly conccu all Foctuil i 



The Accent is looking for a news editor. 
If you or anyone you know is interest- 
ed, please contact us by phone at 2721 
or email at accent@southern.edu. 



cd because of Ihe difficulty 
andlimeitwiUlakcihcmto 


average allotted vaa 
length is 16 days, lit!' 


-1 Ihink it should be 
longer- If you drive, you 


[wsTeiS^tiDtLmU 


wsil your family,- said Lisa 
Vargas, freshman biology 
UI^^J^""*^ in Texas, and 


American schools hn 
day-long Christmas ^ 




plouo cheat »y.ojJ 


-ThLres nol enouRh 
Sme. Mincy said. -Espc- 
'^y If you-ri' drivitig oui 


said. -U's jnsl fte •« 


Td like 10 spend some 
more time at home before 
Chnsimas,- said Justin 

Freed, junior business 
^"imimslradon major. Freed- 
wl! dnve home to Califor- 


Bergman, freshmaji i* 
major. 

(Angel Jewell • 
tribucd to this storJJ 


°!^™ 


96- 97- 98- 99- ^ 


Year* (1Ml-7nni| J 


l^^.-s;'^"-'— » 


^TsSZ!^-T<^'^§ 



S He worth it? SM's kicked off train in Russia 




he essence of Christianity 



By Billy Gager "^- Hanging otn 

the book A Violent undcrvourDJlli 
icularly in J 



obje. 



TTiankinfi i 



How do you feel today? 



rely i 






. bj b 



violent? Talk ^^^^ physically than Jesus hung on a tree' (Gal 3:13). 
Uches that people use aj„g^ that Jesus had died plele unscUish character of 






e Sabbat] 

only on Jes 
:1.2). 






>M. I 



your plac 



1 being hung 
crnally cursed 



ewSlhiS™'. woSing"™" ™? '"" "."". '" •' 



™^^ (Phil 2: 



you would like to write for the religion section, 
;ase contact the Accent at accent@southern.edu 
- Billy Gager at ba2ager@s0uthern.edu. 



Nominal religion 



By Billy Oagor emphas 




Write to a student missionary today! 




Grassroots music 




Recommended 
r o a d t r i p 



Coming 
soon: 

'Economical dates 
•Camping/hiking 
spots In the area 
'Drug and Alcohol 
Awareness week 
(Oct. 23-26) 
'Expansion in 
Singles column 
ririfiurfiirit updates and 



Jok.- 



Retro in the metro 



derful place for cheap (and 



Salespeople: 3 
Organization: 2 
Overall Appearance: 3 

I'l repulsive. Actually, the 
alespcoplc were helpful 



noughts: "Bring a 



.m. Mon.&L/12- 



Clothlng: 5 
Miscellaneous; 3 
Salespeople: 2 






okgftte The only savint 



Rndngs: O-not 



broke up with a boyftiend who was abusive phy 
, I am dadng a wonderful man now. My past boyfi 



of ihe impact tfi 
dling this probl 



Note from the editor 






Top ten uses for duct tape | 



;r dales unsightly unibrow. 



Male and female single students of the week 





Monday, October 16, 2000 



LTM to move ^^ *®" commandments 
[O Thatcher <>* managing stress 



e (ATM) in Thatcher 



"IMoringtheATMlis 



Lbout the School SI 
if Business 1- 



euni- ^\j °^^7 ^^j; ^aJjg" 


youTbrain to rest from wliat 


Our minds have really 


ave a '"'^'^^^^^J J^i^'^/^^^'^ „„ 


it has been doing. If you are 


been poUuled with ideas of 
what a -heaiaiy" diet looks 


eir to arc righ^now — at this very 


noUiing wrong with them 


like, and what "proper" 












what things like low fat" 




make it through the rest of 


prepared foods, sugar, fat. 


often TTiyself 


*^i?s^also important to get 


really doing to your body 




sufedent steep. Most people 


Improper nutrition causes 










each night. Good sleep 






habits include having a set 


choices for yourself. 


anage is a great *-ay to help you 




Eat good stufniYourbody 










off fin your ability to think, 










Tianag Thou Sholt Exercise 




people, who. diagnosed ivitli 




Following n pattern and 










le any depend on your body's abili- 




m Uiosc last months really 










less stressed during the day. 






Go to bed! Don-t apolo- 




through exercise. 




what about you? You proba 


olThy endorphins, which have 


■niouSholtbcA^rar^of 


bly only have 80 or so 


hat Is one's mood, making it a 


Thyself 

Pay attention to your 


lySeS''''""" 



cc^ssfiil out- 
mes don't just 


/<i4gH| 


?„""5, 


::e. A college 


31 


because 


rs^lt of devel- 
iic«Lful!y ful- 




financiall 


jorking logeth- 


Hxl 


i? 






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Fmail InterOp - not just free t-shirts 

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■1 K™'^"! who TOh to gel in for tree bing > 1-shirl here jod a 6, 

rirVOV/aC r^ ,taih«vemanyopliooiopeo CD there. Stress htill., b, 

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When twclve-ycar-olds and headed to f 



redsofbtfflthsarealso reporledly distributing fi 



You might be a geek if . . . 



NETWPRLDIINTER 



■ for well-meaning folks conference called 






Quotable quotes 



authera ialesl lechnolog 



redicUng Uic Tuturc. For cxiunplc, yiiu a 
Tyiiinl balls. Collectively, ttiesc methods . 



flH More quotable quotes! 



I, nnd it's Uie only one 



tr MagKtts MaiimiHan von , 



The Internet, politics, 
and your future 



p.,e,ea»thinkis„omo. 


interesting 


handguns and lequila.' 


otherinveo. 


for maybe five computers 


.ittogoatS 


of IBM 





Make your opinion knownl 



Jl politics and the people 



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movii.'s ial dgmnjt h m gr k "''"^ '^ " pliuuied use of space. 

^phS "d lh«^" '^'^Lk'*'t?'^u "S^ ^ ■" ™ ^™S^s ha^' ^1^"^^*^°**^ 

word). TTicre IS an animated * ^^IIL?'!'*" ^'^ ^s -w a. you viai ihi^ Jil— "^^ ''"'f",h„ «-ofiii 

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teenagers who 



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letter from the 
U-knowing editor 



Manly sports 

Disclaimer: Do not read this if you are easily o, 
Intramural flagball preview with bias 



Oh yeah...! 

Best-looking athletes 





Intramural golf championship this Friday 

Watkitis expected to lead contenders in golf match. 




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Mon.lay. OnoWr 16. 2O0 



EDITORIALS 
Extend campus hours 



aininn Rood health and tcm- those students who have 

oerancc and atriel obser- morning classes AND need 

ranee of the Sabbath. to lake care ot buainew in 

All of this ia good, right' Wright Hall, they are sorely 

As faithful AdvcnIiBU we oulofluck.lTieycan-lcasha 



SoulhiTn AdventiHt Univer- to extend [he busines 
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Prof's rights to 
intellectual property 




Letters to the Editor 

Thank you for "real" opinions Ralph Nader is not just a "tree hu^er"! 






looshls on die subjea I jjj„g„. 



u(nlrandi.'1Ircliv.'cr's|x,iiM' 


vtrnlly bun upproprialely 


bg your thoughts and per- AccenL 


made a bigger impact on 


menl'a policy isn't dictated with Bush or ("mr. 1.1 . 


«,i!Mr'"-i-t'J,l'I;'''' 


n'ilm I'nMl"!'^'!!llli"lhc 


sonal experiences. Sincerely, 


how we live our day-lo^lay 


n'alblerlf™s'"sL'^ Ssidentwho^uLm.k 


tlle,ld'»lll"' '"'"" "'" """ 


■■ ',;;::;, , ,„„ i^ 


Article correction 


one concrete way something 
George W. Bush or Al Gore 


of the debates, but his cam- first? Why not learn n 
paign rallies have drawn and check out his websil 




,h.','■l^^.'^l;l!';^!Sl 




did has directly affected 


over 10,000 people in Port- www.votenader.org? A ' 




Dear Edllor, may hayc oeciired beWeen 




land. Minneapolis and for Nader is not a wa 








but we see Ralph Nader's 












Bush hold fundraisers two major parties how 




















S10,000 a plate to get in, lus quo. 


llie new policy would 
extend Uiotc protections t( 

wore codes imd olh.' 










pii 


::::;3|::H| E];:Js|E£ 


al Motors was knowingly 


supporters to donate time, BA History 
not money. Rather than Class of 1998 




Want to comment? 


Gore proposes cheaper tax pla 










WACO, Texas (U-MRE) - pay for child care, and w 


Illl'lll.! Ill lllf I..J|>1 Ml 1.. 


' 1 i")ii. 


then It Is my responsibility Sincerely, 


Send in your letters 


- With large budget surplus- pay up lo 50 percent ol 


!'!■''!?,!','.'!,'/'.'''' ilMi'''',.i'ii 


',',j,,,'„i "■"■ '""" '" 


the Accent. 1 apologia; for Junior 




pLty'*'*5SienS!!l caidi^ Khwl" ^"""'ms tJre' 




7>i» ifo// iJilnrial 


any mlsiommumcaiion iliat Journalism 


to the editor. 


daiesareproposinglaxculs. wou^ ofto^-free lu 


I.1..I..I o>. '■■■ly "' i"d 


apprarrd In Hit Daily Penn- 






andVicePresidenlAl Gore's for up to S2.800 a year 








and Gov. George W Bush's would remove the cslalt 






T^ J 




lax cuts differ greatly, both on all estates valued up| 






Eyes and 


ears 


in who would benefit and b million. His plan wouk 


The Southern Accent 


total cost Not only would expand the earned-inl 
Gore's tax plan be cheaper, lax credit for low-ini 


So tt> ■ Si d 




/ 




ed surplus to help other million more "people. 






Brs^|ii~Bii^u"Ti-.d "Wt^'l. Iicre arc 24 lines 


Ellen White says in TcsU- 


areas like Social Security. Bush's plan is mu(4 






1 tKjlly (or long-distance 




health care and education, it complicated. It would si 


Cadknck Van Dolson. EorwR in Chief 


.J,. , , , iiiif,',-irds.-ClaireaddB. 


Oh yes, page 128, para- 


would primarily benefit low- give a tax cut to ever yoo 


JOI-KNE HaKRELL, 


SonoRiM. Page EorroR 


^\'''" liu. bad the only calling 
you say. lul 1,!!/. >ou .'Jill ■''''' ''"" "f« Sculhcm calling 


graph 5. -THustord. pepper, 
spices, pickles . . . irritate 


^gtS^elS =\f£. »| 


KVLE Baldwin 


Jennifer Williams 


Issum" 'o7"*th ■ ^SouJA/m ' 'Challenge whoever buys 
Aeeeiit later 1 am herr """'^ ''*'"'"*^ ''"'■■*' ^"^ 


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Assistant iVnre Eitrwii 

JUNNIl-ER WfL^RNER 


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BVELYN HlLUMON 

I'llCfUhlltAPHY EonoH 


respond, shaking my provcf- in™,, ■'^ntt h '^^'t'^^d''^^ 
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would lake Si. 6 trillion from According lo CiliMii 
me surplus, according lo Tax Justice, a nonpar 
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'^^'attempt to phone my ,er?a''"rnaS-'"a'^''elb« 




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Morgan KooiKMiwt 


« MaNDV S1I1L.RER 


always busy Ever notice? T^L. *^,''?" J-*^ "^^ 


The>''i-e only been around 


(.3\e an additional Sl.l ml- 42 percent of Bush's » 
lion of the budget surplus to would go lo ihc top ' 


Sw^n HimnH 


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isn't busy). I complain. | loot 'jTih^^ondimen 


already scarce. Or broken. 


health care, educntion and S915.000or morea)*" 


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Design/Graphics EDrwn 


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need them. We kn-e you any- 
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idea. 


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them th ' "^ "'*''" '^^' "'^'^ primarily benefit Ain 


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Southern own, anyway? ^'^ ^ ^"" J^^iJ^I ^■ 


sari ly-healthier-bul-always- 


Gore^'^uld offer several m^fa^K Ihe^ 


Janelle Wasmer 


David Fourniea 


S^'^IS) girls *^?";S back to the cai^ 


open-wheihyou-wanl alterna- 
tives to the cafe places. Tljej' 


taiilies. sptvificjlij target- budget lo mainW" 




Onune EonoK 


nw Kiw'^ln T.w""Ni„!^n '^^^ So. Richard Johnson 


arxMhe cozy little corrier^Jf 




Joe LaCom 


DESfas NegrOn 


mention the ex^mn^ *"^'' "^'^ '•^>' '* ^'^'^ "° 


our campus. Not enough 


am. afler-s,-hool prog^ms. "^nu " slaff ** 
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^o dollars for your thoughts 




Kill the rude beast 



lo Rulh Isyins on her bed. rm- 


and passed away three , Corintl,ia>u 13-7 


'^ slowrnjl^^'lo we "ho 


mud..' She looked at me Lovt olaays P 






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lusband on a beautiful day gymajorfrom Vtrginu 






find same liiw. We began talldng 


together =-,d then preparing 



mple things- Uie dinner. Spending 



Humor 



Monday, October 16, 2000 



Stop the PDA 



.','illy nice w.-ason. huh? 



Idiots 

IDIOTS IN SERVICE: 

phnnw went dead and I had 
lo conlacl the lelephone 






The effects of 
discrimination 

An wf know, wi; tix dl»- fir. 1 aui'l powlbly sll next lo ardcM continued, "II is most 
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If men ran the world] 

Compiled by Joe LaCom 
10. Valentine's Day would be moved lo February 29th so it would only 
occur in leap years. „„ , . . „., . 

9. The only show opposite "Monday Night Football would be Monday 
Niqhl Foolbal! from a Different Camera Angle," 
8. Nodding and looking at your walch would be deemed an acceptable 

7^ When your girlfriend really needed lo talk to you during the game, 
she'd appear in a little box in the corner of the screen during a time-out | 
6 The funniest guy in the office would gel lo be CEO. 
S. People on commercials would never talk about how fresh they felt. 
4. Regis and Kalhie Lee would be chained to a cement mixer and 
pushed off the Golden Gate Bridge for the most lucrative pay-per-view 
event in world history. - 

3. Slealing a sports car would be pedeclly legal, as long as you retumed| 
it the following day wilh a full tank of gas, 
2, Tanks \ 



ol a fancy engagemeni ring, you could present your wife-t 



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Thursday, October 26, 2000 
Election 2000 



President Al Goi 

Tennessee on Tuesday. 
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Board approves construction plan 




Tipper Gore rallies in Chattanooga ideS^'enS^'TnSto^ S^Jk of'SlfS 

Vice president's wife urges support in home state ^''^fa^'Sy lo change the £T'^ir'cTnb?ue'^?nu! 



' Warden 






Gore said. "You e 



Sen. Frist speaics 
in Cliattanooga 



■^len I leave you today. 1 
Gore urged volera. "WeVe 



Incumbent Stresses change from "big government" 



Thatcher fundraises for MS ?rs 




Bush hopes to win 
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Immunity helps with Christmas project Parking tickets remain subject of controversy 

r^Zgg pouriiiB in. legedale Scvcnlh-day Adven- By Rob York "^"'"'^ history major added. Many students go appeals committee asl(cd 

III Aca^T "I thinit Operation Christ- list Church and Collegedale st«T Vimii, "^'ou know how citizens can Ihrough the appeals remain anonymous but ( 



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acuity lots and fire studen 



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E World War II European 
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Thuisday, October 26, 2000 

Eating disorders rise among men 



NlVERSnY PARK. F 



"Making Weight-Men's Con- the University 

flicls with food, weight, lege o( Medici 

shape, and appearance." on male eating disorders. Corinne Campbell, 

A recent study asserts Pam Kdd. a counselor at from Tulsa, Olda., major 

that the- number? may be the Center for Change, said, in pre-speech pathology. . 

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Depression affects men differently than 
women; cultural expectations explain 



Goldberg 









M(3i at risk for depression 



typically 



It whether or ';;^{"^^, 
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Another trigger o( depres- 



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(cuses for being late to Hickman 

By Keith Pulfer 

"Microbes invaded my body momentarily." 

"d = v/t t = 1 minutes, d = distance from Brocl<" 

"I had to finish the 18th hole." 

"alarmClock. volume != insufficient" 

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ligher concentration to an area of lower concen- 

ion." 

"I was practicing writing incorrect prescriptions." 

"My dog ate me." 

"I was doing titrations in my room." 

"self.motivation = NULL;" 

"' was reading the Accent!" 



Physicist questions quantum theory 



be used to obtain any ntt 
including ils probabk' k 



presenting his hypothesis. 
Maris expected an iinmediale 

Most physicists are skeptical 
ihem have provided condusivT 



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should not w 

pic to think. 

pie think." 



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Letter from the all-knowing editor 



Minn, women's hock- 
ey team second after 
season's first week 



NflNNEAPOUS(U\VIRE)- 



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RECORDS AND ROOK- 

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Gore promises 
victory at Nashvill 
fundraiser 



NASHVILLE - D 
andidate Joseph U 



me fundraiser at the WId ^°^'^ comp: 

^orse Saloon. Gore thanked ■>>■ ■>'•" '» " ' 

;ncouraaed Ihem lo J^tTin "^^'^ •'a/' h"-' P 

jore said^ refe?rii^^to"lh'e '^""•^ *'^* ' 

liffererice between him and ^'"cee. Celeb 

Jidate George W. Bush, '^ R^y Cyrus and^ PaW 



Campus, world events The library is NOT your own love nest 
to be commended ,Jce""h"™'c™;uf» r,:s,™o".don™™.S;: rfrS'^a^S'^c.:';!:!! XTf".:f°LT»'°d 



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the Middle 



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At first I thought thai 














they started talking and 


place to study? I hope that as 


against the U.S.S. 


'^d^L^^mind'Seril 


C- ^ , 


sucking face in intervals. It 


cert^ people spend more 


il was refueUng in 
Over 30 other 


glingthalgotlome. 


■ 


ing to study. 1 finally could- 


they will MATURE some. 


the United sJles is 


moment I thought things 


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nest. Kindly keep it to your 


g the Middle East. 


they weren't giggling any- 


asking Ilicm to al least keep 










s stationed abroad 


more. To be quite honest, 1 


Janelle 


Te" to Jtti'S'At'le'itX'y 


be. 


^raveIy^S"dS 


ferred the incessant gig- 


Wasmer 


"''A'"«hite""*», our 


JaneSe is a senior com- 


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smacking/sucking sounds 


eaten for lunch was threa 


puter ^/sterns administra- 
tion major Jwm Tennessee. 


s October 16, 2000, 


ing out in the depths of the 


ening to rise...as was m 


along out of the library 


Sie credits Sie iedmohg;/ 


ph Nader, perhaps 


slacks. I picked up a book. 


lands over my ears. Didn 


much to the delight of e very- 
other people who actually 


section qfOieAccetH 



Cady 
1 Dolson 



The deviPs day is coming 




tunica was installed as 


editor. Only then cQi 






Dejan Pujic or Marko 


from which every 


















and rfrcnter the eom- 


by the students of 


Vhile pobtical stability is 


Dave is a sent 


yed here in the United 


communications 



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Don't believe everything candidates say in political campaigns 



chagUmpse of what both 


H'^'v^'let" 


ns ranged from outrage to 
ghter to outright, well, 


these Ihings an 

campaign's 


eptical of both parlies, 1 
nsider myself objecUve, 


is a sampling 
have gathered: 


d^^vllteJ^^S^J^ongsrur 


^"o.Vu'Se^r'd 


ler be expected to sift 
rough the barrage of num- 


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do NOT beUeve every- 


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' Thimday, October 26, 2000 



How to loose patience with every tiling 




1 dermitely thing. Then 

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Rules of the Air 

1. Every take off is optional. Every landing is manditory. 

2. If you push the stick forward, the houses get bigger, 
tf you pull the stick back, they get smaller. That is 
unless you keep pulling the stick all the way back; then 
they all get bigger again. 

3. Flying isn't dangerous. Crashing is. 

4. Helicopters can't fly; they're just so ugly the earth 
repels them. 

5. The ONLY time you have too much fuel is when 
you're on fire. 

6. The propeller is just a big fan in front of the plane 
used to keep the pilot cool. When it stops, you can see 
the pilot sweating. 

V. A 'good' landing is one firom which you can walk away. 
A 'great' landing is one after which they can use the 
plane again. 

8. The probability of survival is inversely proportional to 
the angle of arrival. Large angle of arrival, small proba- 
bility of survival and vice versa. 

9. Stay out of the clouds. The silver lining everyone 
keeps talking about might be another airplane going in 
the opposite direction. 

10. Always ti-y to keep the number of landings you make 
equal to the number of take offs you've made. 



Aiiigators 



wildlife is advising hik- 
ers, hunters, fishers 
and golfers to take 
extra precaution and 
keep alert for alliga- 
tors while in Osceola, 
Polk, Brevard and 
Orange County, They 
advise people to wear 

devices such as little 
bells on their clothing 
to alert but not startle 



Answering machine message! 

Compiled by Joe LaCom 

10 Hi I'm probably home, I'm just avoiding someone I don't like, 
so leave a message and then if I don't call back if s you. 

9. Hello, you are talking to a machine. I am capable of receiving 
messages, my owners do not need new cred. cards, _ 
cookbooks, and/or affordable insurance at a low low price. 

8 Hi this is John. If you are a phone company. I already sent the 
money; if you are my parents, please send money, rf you are 
my financial aid institution, you didn't lend enough money; rf 
you are my friends, you owe me money; if you are a female, 
I have plenty of money 

7. Please leave a message. However, you have the nght to remain 
silent Everything you say can and wiU be recorded and 
used by us. , . ■ u- r^ t 

6. Hi. John's answering machine is broken, this is his retngerator. 
Please speak very slowly, and Til stick your message to 
myself with one of these magnets. 

5. Hello, I'm John's answering machine.... what are you? 

4*. Hi. this is John. I'm sorry I can't come to the phone right now. 
Leave a message and then wait by your phone until I call 

3. This is not an answering machine. This is a telepathic thought 

recording device. After the tone, think about your name, yoiir| 
number and your reason for calling, and I'll think about 
returning your call. 

2. If you are a burglar, then we're probably at home cleaning oiir 
weapons right now and can't come to the phone. Otherwise, 
we probably aren't home and it's safe to leave a message. 
i, now you say something. 



pectedly. They also 
advise the carrying of 
pepper spray in case of 

alligator. It is also a 
good idea to watch (or 
fresh signs of alligator 
activity. People should 
recognize the differ- 
between small 
young, alligator and 
large, adult alligator 
droppings. Young alli- 
gator droppings 



Kids answers to all of 
life's questions 




Thursday, November 1 


, 2000 


Vol. 56 No.8 


Election 2000 _ 




Opinion 


H„«Jidst„de„B,=art m 


ill ■Jm^'^^r 


i 1 Read about what some 


1(1 an unoftkial do)1 H 


TiiVviuUuM .' 


'^ students did during a 


taken about the presi- ■ 
denial election? H 




gm Halloween costume 


P.CE3S 




25 PAGE 11 



Religion 

Read about Jan 
Haluska's trip from the 
anny to the classroom. 



Tk Southern Ai 




Political Beer by the drink law up at next commission meeting 

debate to be 

held tonight ^lIl^HrcTcoS r™S™Vrci'T. ;r»c."itoii" 




irn Gaza Strip, hospital 


Hicks 


otDghtinghave left 147 


answers 


lURMANSK, Rusaifl 

iussian naval officials 


senators' 


.ri-jSorrc 


questions 




By Cady Van Dolsor 


l8ol a fnrlhtr search of 

H But others alleged 
M searching the front of 

mpH B"reHe"vTio" 


Henry Hicks, executive 
director of Information Sys- 
tems, attended Tuesday's 


"»_ 

'""day will be partly 
k^a high Df'n^H 

J™' «^" high off 77 


asked were related to prob- 
lems with the phone system. 

paid long-distance phone 
the Information Systems 

our telephone system is 
designed to use," Hicks 






|;°toS""'"""''4 




i;:;;:;:i:;::S 


-TTiafs why we can't 
make a bunch of 1-800 lines 


l^a 





Virus infects many 
faculty computers 



his brother, Bueklee; his sis- 
ter. Fawna: Keith WiUley; 
Bryan Vyhmeister; Jep 
Calkins and Jenny Harlow. 



Eller explained that a fire- 




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Tom Griscom, executive editor of 
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The X Factor 



|who are you planning to vote for in Which party are you affiliated 
the presidential elections? with? 





Your internet connection to the action 



■THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY: 



if America - www. coll egeder 



ic National Committee (DNC) - 



npaign Committee (DCCC) - 
il (DLC) ■ www.ndol.orB 



■4PARTi: 

icialParh Site -www.lp.org 

■ertarian Party of Tennessee ■ www.lptn.org 

eriarian Party Archives - archive.lp.org 

; Uberlarianism FAQ - www.tuxedo.orH/-esr/faqs/lib< 

E NATURAL LAW PARTY: 






e (NRSC) - \^-ww,nra 



|fopuBlicali National Committee CKNCl - w 

alpuhS Con^E^e'LiondammiHeelNRCC) - 

CounW Republican Party - hcgop.com 

in Presidential Task Force - www.nrsc.org/conlents/tasktorc 

le^GOP Information Network - members.lripod.com/GOPInfoNet/ 

publicanl^ce 



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tiled Slates only assumes the solumn obligation which ci'ery pain o 
are tfrtUi him . f . Your every voter, as surely as your Chief Magislr 
eh sanction, lliough in a different sphere. exereisM a Pyl"'"^ "^^^ 
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Webster says in Napster debate, arlsts against 

^^=sr^ .;;,i"rr;r.s: ™ss.r- piracy lobby for musicians 



«s since J 


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wants to do. bul the only 




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problem is knowing the 










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lo '^^^^ posiuon 


Bush hasasearch feature ai 








cd in [he 


^s' www.alBore2000.cora 


where you can search 




■^.' George W, Bush insists 


Ihrough the news, issues, or 


.^ir.nr'iM. 


"l'"' Eri^l^ndMTnslhe 


Quaylc. skip this user- 










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only gel frustrated and won- 




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anylhing. Instead, scroll 




'''*^ comes to tasy access lo 


you see a box highlighted in 



- Christina Aguilera Is mad. do withi 



Napster signifies a need not 



the battle about the need for i 
sa-conglom- the singles market i 



stofthe gettingmusii 



line believe they'll be more 
mercially successful do 
you for themselves. 



;r-to-peer file pletely free 



digital files? I d 






ne insists major label consume 

1 are faring a dilemma simply b 

off each record's sales, sumera t 
is pirated 



before they buy it- way that doesn' 

Stone says it's time lo lei artists of reveni 

the online file-sharing com- seal at the negoti 

panies know that ihe lasl Ultimately, he saj 

are the artists themselves. ing it for free. And ihi 

slowly resizing the Web is doesn't want an 






r and other 
labels don't 



Hundreds camp out to await 
release of PlayStation II 



Profs crack computer code meant to 
protect online music files 



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challenging people to 








bypass four watermarking 




Ihe^holiday season dr^ws 


PRINCETON, NJ. (U- 


marking shields on down- 


all^h"ad'^sl'lT«2 Set So 






loadable music samples 








without damaging the origi- 








































money people will be willing 




copyrighl marks for record 


















so that the hidden signals, interested i 


But monetary gains 


ity professors, three gnidu- 


ing MPJJisfribution giants 


the so-called 'watermarks.' dialogue by 
















tlie money Uiough," he 


oagues at Rice responded to 
a challenge issued Sept. 6 by 


scrambling lo develop lech- 
nology that would tighten 


University computer science "One, it 
professor and spokesman ing techni 


argued. "1 want it because it 


















ncluding Sony, Universal, 


the technology in digital 


electrical engineering pro- Two, we (ei 






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The Technology section is look- 
ing for writers. Please email 
jcwasmer@southern.edu, 
kapulfer@southern.edu 
or call 2721. 






graphs describing the! 



^d, ihey have loo much 



many gutteral 
hackidO 



K. Diech, and little "coi^ur area. 
In,., w , Its not a ghasUy ! 

1 put Minolta just a really boring sil 




londay conversation with Demetrius Birch 



Jlympics? 


ninrfo 


Southe 


bbath. I came to 1 just didn't like (Barry) 
n with the inlention Switzer. past head coach of 


people in 


llympics. I plai 


TnnC 


1^'' 


ming a pastor, but Oklahoma Univereily; 1 like 
hings changed when the way Nebraska plays foot- 




iSbrnowIju;! 


Greece- 


cholon 


here. Now I'm just ball, how confident they are, 
oing to school, and and their power running 


People 



16 



e£r% """^ Things overheard during the World Series 



n football this year n't like 



By Rob York 



) play foolbali. but I 



1^ teci'"o^f£orthSj'don-i ''°- "^^^ ^'^ '^®^® 9^y^ ^^3' 'he Cardinals?" 

ear like the referees. So maybe 9. "I'm not watching it. I hale New Yofk. Uhm, what's the 

lod they should gel a team sCOre?" 
ost together, and maybe travel- , , 

ihe ing. like a basketball leam or 8. I wonder how the TV receptioH is in Atlanta." 

'S, YkT^T^N T f'°l^vi '"^f ^- "°^ ^°^^ °"' " ^^® °"'y 3" ^S ^^^ s'ider! I could've hit 

ir^ course. ' that!" 

.n? wh«*?s*^''oi?'^rt^d'4o ^" ' ^^^^ ^^^^ ^ Yankees fan my whole life! No, I don't know 

"is tiine? ^ ^^"^ " who Joe DiMagglo is." 

5. "Can we please stop seeing shots of Jeter?" 
4. "I'm sure glad Bob Costas isn't announcing anymore." 
3. "I stopped studying for that World Civ exam for this?" 
2. "Where did all these Cardinals fans come from, anyway?" 
1 . "Maybe this wouldn't be a good time to talk to Negron 
about worship requirements." 



ly not look like it 



ame updates: Football in review 



iy Morgan Hochenower 



■s. Hamilton, 
suplc 'limes, 



n Ted Struntz. Nudd Tried a last 



who helped Key shawn John 



r first place position b 


upper diwsion playoffs 




un from Br 


















light, and Lemon agai 










their quarterback. Rob 


timw't'' 


lu^Uc^ 






























Iheenc 














played aggressively and 


13-6. Jo 


nson got t 
















e length o; 


ro're!"Tdon?1!n?wb'u 


without a deep safety. Stuart 
had a good night at quarter- 


^eS 


k'^sc^d" 




















T Nudd's next game is 


Johnson 






against Hamilton (M) who 






The Saints played intimi 


[S also coming off a loss. Slu- 








arl (3-2) plays Watson (4-1) 














e night 








calls that went agains 


Baroee6vs.DeGimuO 
I Uiouglil DeGrave just 


r'pam 


"enSe^" ' 


amEdmjsterandhadalo 


might get a wining steak 


John 


on (2-3) pi. 



Jtiwiai24viaNu]d20 



Barnelt who is 



1-2 Miller. Miller the length o 



" (!-3) plays 



s NfVP, played witii 



Crystal Edmisler 



■e (1-3) plays play because ICi 
!-l) next, and it don't want lo r 






The RA's played s 



fundamental fool 
Monte "Shaft- I 



EDITORIALS 
Accent doesn't 
endorse candidate 




Worship system 
improving 



Letters to the Editoi 

Newspaper underappreciated poUing transportation Unfail 



Hall, checking o 



_ ,, .|i • . • islered already in Tennessee someoneelse toput ilthere. voice your opinion you t 

Library will maintain °z.°'7,2TXl'Zi 1^;^.?.™"!!.°"! ""S'li*™" h 
atmosphere for study I 






The Southern Accent 



Ellie's answers 



making. Bui read The Jungle" by Upton call. You o 



Drivers can take whomevei 
they please to the polls 



1 that the adverdser the right to dt 
blican and wants to pleases. At h 



iil~ Eyes and ear j 

Id place il in the brass mail- ^ 

xM healed in Wright Hall Causing casual anarchy and governnmilal awaremess on Southern's i 



reply to it in a weekly CO 









is nostalgic Z„^V 






painting of His love Long live the republic! 

n close. 1 don't ^H^ with lear-slained cheeks and 

ry lines with ^^^^B Janelle the pain of the world deep in 
sso or even ^^^^V Chang his eyes. His shoulder are 

take a look at ^^^^^^^P dcncd. And his hands 

; recognizable ,__^ His once youthful-looking 




rtonly equipped with skills pie-blossomed 
lugh to make f^'O'^^S unnoUi 
k figures witli we walkway. Tti 



like to transtorn 

into a paint hi 

^er into canvas 

ectives into aery 



personality, appc 
bobbing its head 
ly. lis petals 1 



only one way (o 


ss^ — 





wasting taxpayers money on 


SrZe 


"raxS 


tovole.-nietorfs 






failed Soda! Security ven- 






















i^ii 


1 am voUng for Bush 
because he will return honor 


Z-eon" 


klZiS 








and integrity to the Office of 








vole" option, if yoi 




the Presidency, white the 
















ies. Uw , 










T,enlimd 






dates, or the platfon 
























And while we ar 












subject this is mj 




because he will honor Amer- 














ndthey 




1. World War U or 


for m the presiden 


al elec- 


quibble before foreign pow- 


haves 





ark that only fow^r with his hand 
urdy-bristled pa">t an angel. He's waiting 



r path. Your schedule. 



junseling through yi 
touch. He could do 



ortunately, tha 
especially 



t the 



1. But perhaps when Tm beauty 
won't find that ca'ch i 
e quite so ordi- "^^ by. Slop. Pli 



e-stemmed 



icle. And 



side. 



ig. Peaceful- 
Unstirred. 



stretched towari 

^hild !(eeps reaching 

enes sioreu ui iiiy and to you her giggle is 
itiently waitmg to bewildering. Wth the color 















r.^^srs2 


political opponents, whil 


fully work if 


s 


^t!^i:z 


in poUtical bickering. 
Finally, I am voting fo 


ence. By do 
guaranting 


<l.y, Novem 


slitutional rights fincluding 
the right to bear arms), 
while the other candidate 


their government, while th 


enjoyed by iJ 


,.er»tn.l. 


stands for violating one of 


government and its incftec 


mass conmu 


iicaliBHS m 



Stoves and bowling balls 




^Binf„... . 


nputaled 




list! 


e wors 


thing I have 


own Alth 




am glad 


fcn"'she 


not only in 


I'r'd' 


"Z} 


IJaIrt 


llrTcSd"^ 


met Ruth, 
thankful ti 


at^o 


TIC^A 




















^V> signs 




get a 




emy s 




love others 




rfitionally. 



lave an opinion about something on campus 
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Haluska's trip from 
army to teaching 



God created th< 
Sabbath for res 




Professional 
''crastination" 




Bread for the hungry: 
A student mission story 



myself in E^^gue. Iknov 



re barely capable of opei 
when [ glanced al Ih 

e. It was 730. Immediate- 
ry body wnl mto the 'I 



icTser'lo God 'aiiVhofleMy Ji^^vo^bo'sfT^/V ^1 °" '^"'"^ ^°^^- st^l 

ave really nice sludents [''EK.'nE^roughlhe trash, amount of food. ! 

:hlng English isn't as "*°'"'^ I"'' ''""'■ ^ '*"'"fih> ' about how often wc 

. [ thoughl it wouid I"^^ ^."'"^ '" °^^^ '"10 granled what we hw 

I thought that I would r,^ -" "^ ^ ^^- • P^n- forget about th 

thai really touched me. w *i jrd'' ' ^'^^ 8^*«^<="'-'s ' Ju^f. "'oufi'" l^ 

At one point the parent.s really touched 






f LATE" convuWons. You wife and daughter did as * Yuuknow we tend to put ^™'^ " ° ^^* ^^^'' 
- gioH columhist. 



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ml,h 



ren. They repeatedly said miss you guys! 
efore 1 really did be^ w usschool.cz> 



rluusday, No\'cml)er 9, 2000 

Election 2000 

How did people in 




Vol. 56 No.y 
Opinion 

Read aboul how some 
sludcnls spend ihtir 
nights, cither studying, 
working or socializing. 



Lifestyles 

Check out the 
newest single guy of 



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*Erekat, tile chief Pales- 



I Gaza Snip. "We want U 
Isday. Israel's nav] 



P^fDON — Sun 
I'ave coniplet 



I Two women and t 



MOSCOW " 
b marched in R 

pblics Tuesday 



CoUegedale rejects beer law ordinance 



iegedale Commission voted 
thai would have allowed on- 
cadng establishments buiit 



Justin Carris, a sopho- 



: safely slon Jones confirmed thai in this eommun 

erved in "We are a Chrisdan com- ity lo impose our i 
Id make munity," Holuska said, "and because we have { 



"We are in charge of 



mostly elderly 
lamented their 
I political clout 




ind would English, favored ihe ordi- 

Fire returns to Biology Trail 

Fire Marshall closes trail as blaze burns for eight days 











plotely put out and was left 














mostly exUnguishc 








7^y^^t^^M%^Z 


tfail before fircGghiers man- 


underground, burn 


for eight days. 




'^Wmp holes wlh : 


Because of the fire and 


water sources. Due to the 


inside. Many of tl 




distance from the road ^d 






«ere^"^°;^aWe to carry water 


''tofuS'lro,^ 


According to Chief Den- 






nis Thomason of the Tri- 




bulldoMr and plowe 






completely around 1 














right now are holes left by 












waidngtofall. ^^ 


h^lry service ™s called 


members then cond 


calls from (Southern Adven- 


nearly 10 acr^ fire. 


J^irn'rihefueldo 



SA bikes continue to be broken H^'Ss iFSj^| Ss^SS 

D.E.E.P students 
serve as senators 



chased by the Student A; 



renlly completely out of 








.„n . nn.-,,, —.- -- --- -^- Still, ihe blggest proWcm (qeEP) 

' ,,=ir<r ir for Conrad explained tiiat a lot so far with Ihe new bicycles 'j^^^ ^^^ p. 

Paris 10 f« the o^eMits." "^"^f J^,\tt'",«,aents denS'catlnoUn^'one whe"n SeT'R JIa""' "e' 

ciaiion vk^' ^'"nresidenL ar"*'^ at a building Uiey just Ihey need one. bers of the student scr 

beUeves that the bikes are throw the bike onto Ihe ''f '"^^'Ij^i^'clestrok^ Student Assodadon 

quenUy than students- per- ^"(^*^J^f ^^fjjj,'"'j^^. '' ^C Nmited to my hours JSniS^ f ^MnTe &nale ^^^^^M^^i^B^— " 

S8''to'l^arrbike°lik'e ge^' on Ihe handlebars are '^''^^^fj'^s';^^„^"J^^ ^cidlyTr 'students in ^^^ ,^, ,«„^^^„„ m„T!ll'^^Tn!>^'Z^ 

gel ridden abo^t "every fif- Ho^^ver. according lo be (Jycd -Each ;^<-<''< »' by an Oak^'ood student first J*^»- ™.i.u« ««,.«««« o.e.e, .. u 

leen minules while persona) Myers, students sonielimes J^"^!'^',^|^^'JJ;|-[,^^'[!™ut i semester and a Southern eadofthe Fi E T I' 'ludcjiL 

'n^e school bikes^-MT^ut a Theyllputairinaflattire.or -lithe M.-nai<^ approved it. ^^^ ■ siudents would be Marnel Niles, an Oak- inactiviUes.itSoullicrn.lt 

lot quicker." Myers adds, "1 puta chain back in place that I'd like to buy maybe five appointed instead of elected, wood junior studying adver- a greal v.ay oi meeung ne 



lUteil's direct van. has slipped off. 



Contact the Accent! 


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a public hearing lo take enrollment a! Southern, 
place. Eller said. agreed. 

nonprofit management market, and money has 




^^"a^T^"'"^' 


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nance would have much Icgedalebasedonaconserv- 




1 "^iK • ^H '0 tTTi 


Omce Hours: 


effcct on Collegedale. alive base." 


Shouts and applause 


' .^^tt^Kt^'^'^- ^^L^ '"''Wl 






erupted fromagroup of peo- 






opmeni of Collegedale." CooUdge, also a business 


ple huddled around a large 


^^^^■^■r -^"^j^^Hi -^^BI 


Tuesday: 1 pm- - 5 p.m.; 7 p.m. - 12 a,m. 


Orange said. "I don't believe professor al Southern, voted 


screen TV. and the United 






Ithe ordinance! will increase against the ordinance the 










wall of an ornate banquet 




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


in Ihe community." Orange talked wUi students about 








added that she believes alco- alcohol availability. 


of°a'bl!irmLker. 






hoi ruins lives. "Students are not in the 


The news channel has 








just projected Gore would 






Collgedale resident, was ialcoholl." Coolidge said. 


carry Michigan, and the die- 






skeptical about the idea that Mayor Jones repeatedly 


hard Democrats gathered al 




As<IstiiiilNc«s Editor 


high-class restaurants. their participation and apolo- 
"Tlie upscale restaurants giwd for the lack of chairs 


the election convention were 


H JKP^' " 1 


KylcBaMw^n^ 


-Kghl now ifs looking Mmceiiacoibum/su,-i f,...,..-,,;... 






prtjtty good, but it's too early min) cne. cola.* m a .wu. thai tb.m gov, obci.bo viBmh „„ 


EdKorinl Page Editor 


have a license for more eon- audience to stand. 


tOteIl,"saidJohnG.Wims,a during Uio[>«inoerat part* al the naUMon oa ouss uesOj, ,^ 










Viniln Sauder. vice presi- LVs input on the meeting," 


'^WdL°p3yd«lared ^^^^^ ,J^"^^^ J^*;;!'^ "ty in this crowd , 








Lifestyles Editor 

Religion Editor 

Billy Gagcr 


which would make up tor available to the students as 
the four that are broken. possible, students should be 

"to keep as many bicycles the bikes." 


te'^C''he''S^o'^i'y S clri'ng in eaTh sS are gathered in front da' 
knee-high and helped his the news projected which screen lVcareHiiiyn» 
mother vole and he said he candidate would win it. lonng the progress of ej 
hasnevervotedforaKepub- SmaJl numbers written vith and da e 
Ucan since, in each state signified how J m S ewa braf^ed 1 
Td vole for my yellow many electoral voles ca h he has been Re pub can 
dog Raggy before I'd vote carried. 'l.L'^!,„" ..f^'^ ''I'" 


Sports Editor 




for a Republican for Presi- "1 got up this mo n ng mpo an ^ssue o him 


MorgiinKochcnowcr 


continued from page 1 




Business Editor 


people and helping others, the student bodies and 
Ifs a feel-good thing.* ad minis tra dons." 

Niles described her deci- Niles said she would 




ngh Bu Sewar sd 




sion 10 apply (or D.E_E.P. as encourage people to become 


W 


ha^apZ*^" 1" Er 


Jancllc Wasmcr 


■It look a week or so to warns that it might be hard- 




Jannajahn -ud heh 








x.rmji 




JoeUCom 


lo be nble to adjust to differ- only about 6ve white stu- 


. 


;^ri 


"ti Rde on 




working with black people Southern is more diverse. 








JennXt Willi":^ 


■ V^ " 


^ \ A d"fi" 




my whole life," she said. Ijoran Haugsled. a senior 


■ ' l ^ Jt 




Deslpi/Gniphlcs Edltofs 


Paul Myers, Student religionsludenlalSouthern. 


c" -^ «#- ' ■'.a.,. 




Man Boslcy 


president, said that a stu- for the first semester of last 
dent serving in Ihe Senate year through D.E.E.P. "It 


' t/Jte-' 


Repub can 




will swap seats with Robert was a really good experi- 






p^^WJl^'i 




par he R pubhc 


Faculty Advisor 


S"HumEo£i'jS? E^d'tSKaH 


^^^^^^^a^^^^S!^ '^ ""hked Bu h IS 1 , 








Pbologniphcr 


its third "year- The program there " I^Lisha Bonntr is 


their party at tf,« MoMoH Hatal Tc«da» rieht. h S on n the he i 


Louis Uchi 




1 m here for the suppoi 

Radisson Read House in said he was afraid to be dis- themassofpeoplcweari 
dow-ntown Chattanooga appointed. -I get too full George Bush mask.' 


V^ -^ » '^'*"?!iS''" ., „ -, , 




were as adamant as Willis, involved in it I've had.these enthusiasm seemed to \a 


■;■ "-' '.'Adviw Colnnmbl ' -■ -' 

Sh..l1y Setrldl 


ft 


seeped from the early galh- A few block down the crowd, 
ering of about 60 people, street the Republicans also Two passionately o 
People of various economic joined together in a common site groups of people s 
classes, races, and ages cause. ercd just a few blocks a 
joined together in a common The conference room on to watch every developi 
cause, bonded by the same the second floor of the Mar- of the nail-biter elecdoo. 


HeailKrRyni 


J|^ 


Rev, Roland Johnson, with wall-to-wall people, prqcess emanated from 
from Detroit, said his moth- another very diverse group two separate building 
tr called to tell him people crossing economic, racial, bursts of agony and eli 
were waiting in lines at the and age barriers. Tbc ener- and on election night; 
polls in his hometown. He gy in this room if even high- most ardent of ( 


D^vcL^n^ 




said he was encouraged to cr than that at the Read tanooga's voters jc 
''^^til^k'th^- ■ " "'"'^' ^"'' ^*'^'''' 8"^'*^"^ ""'er similar gathci 


Amber Risingci 








JuiUn Cam*, lophomors eoniimJ MixJIm mala., maia In oppoiltlDn 




annuny . crsoo 


intttRC. 

president. Dr. Bielz and exchange program. "1 want- 


apaihedc," rises with the attendance "" ^^"^ '^""^ 




Downy sponsors free laundry day at U. Marylan 




Baker, were traveling andthiswasmyopporlunity 
together atiil discussed liav- 1 really think it's important, 
ing students from their eol- especially in the Sevenlli- 




■ ^ 1 

an iron. The free laundry college students arta 
promotion is being held on same wav. so free laundfll 




^'^Id"!"^'"' 




leges switch places for a day Adventisi Church, to 


tU-WIRE) COLLEGE ^^ campuses across the a great incentive to get 


The Southern Accent 


"I don't think they imag- because understanding 


PARK. Md - Jon Shalvi "^'""'- to try our product." 
dragged his hefty bag of siudenuTaw^beTn "S des^*"'^^'^ T'^ T"^ 


P.O. Box 370 


"Communication between person. Heaven will be like 




Collegedale, Tenn. 37315 

(423)238-2721 

hllp://acccnt.southem.edu 

accent@southeni.edii 


increased tremendously in 


washing ' macliine.''''then ^\l bags overflowing with get rid of wrinkles. Stu 
another and debated ^'^"'^'' ^n'rls and smelly all agreed they were \ 


Gym clinic has finale 


whether to fill a third, ^^^} ''"""^ " "*""■ ^°^ 'o Bet free laundry, bu 

Shalri. a junior eleclrica! u^f."'*.'''^^ Mcaghan mixed feelings about 

engineering major, is like ^^P-^-^ I^mor markeUng product. 'They did a tie 






s',i"r'v;.r.s "^"-".sScf' s:.s;i,*-' 


About the Accent 


By Larry Baxter a graceful baeknij) and come 


doing laundry tor as long as - ^"''^ recenUy brought said. 






possible, throwing his dirtv Pounds of laundry lo a "Tt sort of worked,' 


The Souihem Accem is the numc addrcsi and ohone 


"iTwasTiirght oTbiid 9^*""'^^'^ "'''^"' "'i?''''"S 


cblht^ in hisXl. Ou,?f '^"ndromat to have it Lindstrom. "but deG 


omcial student newspaper of number for ' vcriricilion 






SouihtmAdvenUsiUnivei^ily Unsignai Icncrs will noi be 


dex suits ■rhe'SnuihiTn " ""'"■ "^ f'^erglass rods, 


result is a few massive loads ""^ 5"';,^'?^ ^^ '^^"'^ ^ t^"i Corely and A 


und is published each pnnled. 

Thursday during the school The Accent accepts un.w- 


Union Gymnastic Clinic I"")*"? "T"' -'"*""",?, '""' 
ended last Saiurdiv nii-hi '''^^^ handspnngs hke a 


about once a month. '""""'■ ^^"'"8 laundry is Polite, from U.S. Mat! 
Mall Lindstrom. a junior ^^- ^ '"^^le." Hardy said, and Promotions, wcr 




^idi rouUm-7from al" Sie f'^^o^harged slinky. 




vacalions and nam periods. Columns should bo between 




emptied his bag of laundry 1 ''" '^^^^ *'" ""y o"" tinned in I^onardl 


Sl^^^eSuEhSra'^S^ dl'e!!;*'"''^''"^' '""""^ '° 


iricluding 'sSuilicrn's'^ Gynt ^■3'''-™y.*=*it', Tm tired and 


into one washing machine - ^""f J' ^^"- '^«" 'f ■! is laundry room. "We-I 
barely a full load- ^^- ^}^^\ only here lo pay f« 


ncoasarily rencci the views The editors reserve the 


Tliis was the conclusion Southern students not 


"I always do my laundry . =''"''<^is sad their "laun- laundry, but also to i 




of an intensive, half-week P?^'''^e="'''8 =* gymnasts 






clinic put on by Rick ^Isoenjoyed the show. 


said, lindstrom represents a ?""' "^^^ ''"'e. not hav- might have about hotf 


Seventh-day Advcntisi missions bcconu; property of 
Chijreh, orthc advenisen. All iheAccent. 


Schwartz and tlie r,vninn>t ^"^ performance was 
Mvlz and tl,e Gynmms- „„ ^^ ^^^^. ^^ ^^ 


SlosSedtto'il," ^'^-S.rc2o;S"aSt Most of^S^LSn? 


vi^ws" of difi^OT"? of !h^ ate^y at nMn'"^d^''b! 


Acrosport team* were Sg majo'r ^"''''""" "^' 


Leonardtown laundry room "^'^''■' ^^^'"•l''-' public relations laundry were upp«' 
to wash their clothes for free ^'^"'^ handling the Downy men and have already 


1^ A'ccenl^welTOr^'^our ""o" *iKB"-ni''*^r"ih 


as 'tumbirn? rdlh'IoZt '''""T'? ^''''- ' ^^^'^ 


this weekend as part of a P™"'o'ion. said they decid- doing their laundry 




Then tlicy display.-d diose "'"^t- rehgion ma,or, said he 


promotion by Downy ^"^ '" f 8^'^ l^e new product while now she said. 




skills Saturday night in a Jm'j^^s^^u^e ^^miL.'ciSt 


Laundry consultants from '"^a" college students. Next weekend fr« 






Downy were slaUoned in ^"^^ ^"'^*; S*^' '" school, dry will be offered in 


Corrections 


The performance fea- "'^ "'"^'"^ ^""^ drug-free 


five laundry rooms around '"A"*' ''""'' ^•■'P^rate their dry rooms on North 


TlieAceenlwiltlnElyeotrecUallfacluulmisuikcs. Ifyoufecl 


turcd the academy teams ""?|*?f,_*„, ,. ,., . . . 
stacking themselves into all ^ lo>c-d the outfits, said 


the campus tliis weekend, " " "^/"l ™^^- let alone including those in D 
handing out nuarlers and ™'' "'^"" '^'"Ihes before Easton Ellicotl Haga 




sorts of human high-riscs. ^"'^ ^i"''' ^'^°' E"Rli^l' 


deterKenl as well as demon "■''-'^""E ""^m. she said and lipiata whert' 


2721 write 10 us at P.O. Box 370. Collegedale. Tenn, 37315, or 


Groupsofthreewouldgrasp . '".^.^ communications 


strations of a new Downy "I f^^'^^ ^"^'.''d until 1 freshn.en live. "\S^^ 




^s and^prapd a girl into 3^- J^^^ '" ^^"^ °'"' 








w-rinkles without the use of 


drv" PaikwiH "l^ih*^ u '^'' 


- Uons there." Corely s^ 



■ 1 1 I ^L / The Sonlhera Accent 

MthXpress 

Thursday, November 9, 2000 I- 



irsUaw of revival Vast beyond the stars 




One dead bird 






Dorft be afraid 



began to explain lo the bird 



trying to get my money; thing pretty b 
they think they can get me ple-We will di 



' , . °. mydaughler.Orworecyel,a doesn't matter how meager 
» '"Shi- gjgj,( j^j.^p, ^35 ,gj,(,gj o„ orhowlargethefear.itdoes- 

andmas ly needing help. In a flash i or in what manner. God 



to'Se " ' 



ised look on back!" 
attach to the plas- the bird. Coming lo 



iritu ally-deal 



. -It 



Once I have completed 



\Vhat little b 

doesn't do what 3 
shouldl- exclaim 



aw the Uttle bird laying on The words of God arc 
le bottom with his Uttle feet found in the Bible. We musi 
flcking straight up. It was "ear spiritual food everyday 



rnolfor counter began to shake his 

s? Place ladder for the bird? He won't 
Ji know- play with the plastic rings 



J think it cage, sadly tl 

to play pet shop c 
led. And tic rings, the 



,d digesting. Once food 

d and shjdy the Bible, the 
ths found in God's word 
:ome fuel for you lo use, 
] they strengthen you. 







lat yesterday? Ilic beUeve ttiis! \Vhy didj 
thought you knew ^^.^ gjnj, pi^gti^ ^ 



Write a Student Mis- 
sionary! Jessica Win- 
ters is teaching home vvisdom from church signs 

school in Kathmandu, 
Nepal. Her address is: 
Sheer Memorial Hos- 
pital 
P.O. Box 88 
Kathmandu, Nepal 



1. He came out alright" 



■Fight truth decay-study the : 



L* /' Tlie Southern AccenI "I 
iiesmes 

Thuraiay, November 9, 2000 —^ ~ 



There is s< 


jmet] 


ling to do 


after all... 


11.14 (lues) 11.1b (wed) 


11.9 (thurs) 


11.10 (frr) 


11.11 (sat) 


11.12 (sun) 




830p 

FrancesBoles 

Marimba 


830p 
]efrMclntosh 


830p 
Kevin 
Roberlson 








Southside 
Jazzjuncrion 


(S3 cover) 


SSver) 




730pKiwanis 




267.9003 


8p 

An Evening 

of Mahler 




jazzjuncfion 


Mystery a I 


Visit Portugal 


(tues-sat) 


Tivoli 
Theater 


An Evening 




Italian Wed 
dine (£24.50 


maker 
Grant Foster 
For ticket 


Color 

Photographs 


265.6663 












Museum of 








JacobsUdder 


Vaudeville 










Theater 




lOSTremonl 


267.6569 




267.0384 


Thirsty 




Beki Hem- 


266-6202 






Hunter 




Alathea & 

l^an Long 

NewCityCafe 


ingway & 








10 Bluff View 


[acobsUidder 


Dragon 
















































ahead to con- 




865.544.0100 


865.544.0100 








and dales at 
venues) 





miior DUDOct cindlditei. MrourourdO^SiM^ll^n!" 



Recommendec 
R o a d t r i p 



1(0 seven FALL (Oelober 1 
■loped and SPRING/SUMMEIl m 



WINTER (DecemI 



s no 2:45 deparM 
and Cumberi 



■rson per-day. Summers (May Ihr* 
Seplem 





lym clinic attendees perform in Saturday night finale 




[onday conversations 
ith Kevin Johnson 




Best looking athletes 





Tliursday, November 9, 



Shuttle Computer 
big related eyestrain 

difficult zJzBi^BZzi ?S''r3«r"S! SrH'll'E'/i 



Princeton team shares grant fro: 
NASA for biosensor research 



NovLmhtT 2 Ihe 


Oiere is no evidence ihai 


mine precisely wlia 




compuler video display ter- 






minals (VDTs) are harmftil 
























noradiadon,Inlact.theysay 


dry, red, itchy or v 


















Difficulty focusing 


high winds lasled fo 


eases. "Hie bad news, howev- 


Headaches 
















won't damage the eyes. Its 










fvenUTv^Uc^r^ 


oflening you lo take a break. 


Symptoms appear a 




research applica 

lody's blybeyor 
Aksay and Jeffrey Carl>eck, ^^.3 „,teresl because it Aksa/s I 




"Hcllo...tech support 
...my computer keeps 
freezing.,." 



aheithM-dertorbactfr 


It ha 


been known that 




e cr evelop res.s- 


these 


anUbiolic-resisiant 




























N. Jones, MD, lells 




skin of most people. 


control practi'*.S 




another 


injur! Si^^nablc 


organisms, with "J 


of pathology at Ihe 
railyoflowawhoisan 
ous disease specialisL 


E^a 


and, eventually, the 


spread quite readj 


'"ac'^o 


S to the CDC, 


rates of lantibio* 
staphlaregoioBW 










vailaWe now that's 


resislan 




Reporting W 


lo be most likely to 


w^'S 


und only in patients 


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lems. r 


■centorcunemhos- 


AIri^re3)nal 



"W"^ The Soulhem Accenl '' 9 

Dateline 



Thursday, November 9, 2000 



RU-486 for students? 



Mifeprex to be a 






of not open 24 hours," said Dr, dents. "Wc don't 

ler- Margaret Bridwell, director abortions, 

as of University Health Ser- tions, (an 

"hMltti''"Kn^ umversitieswhodosu^ri^cal should be seeing someone Marianne Worley. mar 

^™''"1^.^! son_said that the University they are going to take Georgetown Hospital. 



/ould not 




loUege workload found 
larder by freshmen 



nilly of adjusting studied nn 
ly from home, is still wc 



bad once 



iiiiiiiijiumuminii«im»ij;iiiiiiiiiii 



1 Manta! and FimiK Therapy 



Texas Gov. George 
W. Bush became 
the country's 43rd 

president early 
Wednesday morn- 
ing for two hours 
as part of one of 
the closest elec- 
tions in history. 



Election could change 
look of Washington 



(U-WIRE) AUSTIN, 



could include Oklahoma 
Gov. Frank Keating and U.S. 



I Rosen and 



:ain significant funds / 



job. Keating would b 
Mahoney, Keating's i 









ch 

industry in Texas, 

Bill Shapard, Watts' p 

focusing on hia reelet 



.8 B.A.C. grounds for DUI 



le deaths and injuries," 



Opponents ofthebiU sail 
nay have lower tolerance 



le fight to 
1. MADD's 






n place that y< 



Webb told U-WIRE Mon. 
everything i 



ilional 590 lives could 
Blaser-Upchurc: 

MADD places BAC would make a signifi- 



her body and a broken improve roads, bridge^air- 

xk. Webb's unborn child ports and mass transiLbena- 

the time Kara was born lor Frank Lautenberg (D- 

sallv blind due to the NJ) and Representative Nita 

Lh' 'A lot^of P^Pl^^d°;'„t tTf^^neS'^ (^^I'S 



K The Southern Accent 



EDITORIALS 

What is all this 
"God" talk anyway? 



omelhing jusl 


offended by 
iheir degree ai 


for complain- 


Za some 1 



The commercialization 
of the Christmas season 



I 



(U-WIRE) BLACKS- 



iValking tlirouEh many ol makes Iheir childre: 
It plastic candy canes arc PiayStalion 2 is Ihe ultim; 



Clirislmaa plague PJaySl'atJon E 

:■ i.rw only for S19 

I. Ml. r ■. Mill Mion addressed. ' 

ibgiving it, not prof- around us. 
enough tor compa- Doyouli) 

» Ihey have expanded Do you want 




Eyes and ears 

Causing casual anarchy and promoting 
Gloria Steinam-like equality . 



The Southern Accent 



T by the drink. If beer by 



Remember playing boys 



every evening,' Jimmy's fiancee, Carolyn. 
inofMen. Dwight 11:00 or so. She can sta 

ors locked? lobby is empty, save for 



sexes aUowed to rema 
the dorro lobby? 



for example? 1 a boy d 



Take Back the Night a 
step in the right direction 



Saumem's SlutSen! 


Voice Since 1926 


munity lo confront Ihe 


than a few isolated incidenls 


problems has left viole 






scope, immediacy and reali- 






Cadence Van Dolson, Editor in Chief 


womcn, Take Back Ihe 




that needs our direct atl 


JOLENE HaRRELL, EdHORIAL PaGE EDITOR 




change policies pertaining 








a pressing issue that is hard 


dirwied at women Ihey are 






Jfj^mfer Williams 




also offering students some- 




/issisFANT News Edftok 


Senioh Copy EonoR 


atl"omtr'a"JroWem'a'l 




wiU be Ihe beginning o 


jHflJIKEKWEARNER 


Lows LlCllT 


oft^Ii^ vkrcd'"lhr*uEh^ S 






Ufestyi^ Editor 


Semor Photographer 














Friday night's march and 


that Georgetown is a p 


Billy Gageh 


Mandv Siiearfr 




speal(-oul will provide a 


where no woman sh 


Faith XPress Eorroit 


Aovcms,.-ommcc, 


long as one woman is lh^eat- 


EiiBSSpl 


should be a place w 


Morgan Kochenower 










Sponrs Editor 


Design/Graphics Edttor 






bly, quickly and jusll 


KEmiPlJLFER 


Nick Lee 




IS no! just a ^women's prob- 


issues that are hardcs 


TECmOLOGY EonvR 


Design/Graphics Editor 






discuss are not igno 


JANELLE WaSMER 


David Fournier 


Snst"womcn°'The'\"ar- 


veriiy swelling around the 




TECHmUKYEDITO, 


Onune Edttor 


Jemfnd "^^sTar^olen^! 


and perhaps conveniently 


This itaff tditOTial 
mH> appiand in Vie 


Joe LaCom 


Dennis Negr6n 


merely be addresied on a 


comforlable, to djsmjss it as 


ol Georgctouji Univeni 


Humor Eorroit 


Facultv Ad\isor 




Novtmber 7. 2000. 



Unionizing 
grad students 



(U-WIRE) PHILWEI^ 

Reladons Board pave 
teaching assistants at p 

e expressed gener 



tilled, professors 
uid cross picket 






:Umale of the university s« 
fered, 

taini, not be iost on U 
sity President Judith r 



The Accent would like to thank e 
and every student who voted in thi 
election on Tuesday. By doing that, 

you have 

contributed to the democracy thai 

we have enjoyed for the last 224 

years. By voting, you have particip'' 

ed in a historical event, one of th' 

closest presidential races in histoff 

We would also like to note that this 

coming March, the CoUegedale Cil) 

Commission will hold elections, ao' 

we encourage every student to 

participate in that as well. 



"|_^ [ u^iiiiiua^ i ne aoumera Accent I'acc -J 

ruit flies in worship We should talk to strangers 




11 find your- 



the/re crowded and hot and 









J offer. Atlanta hi 
Olympic par 




jally am friendly t 






lich is massive, eating ray by his reaction to my V 
is than desirable yogurt, ness and insightfullness. 
rapletejy mindiflg my own kept walking, rounded a 



don't really think ifs all 



a the help but notice. Ifsjii 



e CNN center. Just people ' 



the same rules still exist able to look up and s 



Pretty simple I thought, ai 



joke really needed to go to. You But I think that everyon 
nind your eyes and look at the many people really wouli 



stepped on, you crei 
mountain of JanS- us I 



tsfor20min- bation wasn't hanging ovei 



about the happenini 



Reflections on an election year 




asn't all business. We had 



;o the golf effort but were simply o' 



II love you always 



Fo refer for helping by sub- 



Bad coffee, onion rings and friends 



nlSewZwbve « f'g 

e crazy"? You get the fcj., XjoM 

dea. How did you feel "^ '^™ 

heard these have they? Maybe it 

felt special and to figure out what y< 




People tend to take care self t 



V nights ago. I hap- toiow they w 



'lallenge ii 



p!e, completely. Putyoure 



ik back on fondly at our 



It they are giv- greatest gift! 



family is (one of God's 
- - -eople are 

people for granted, they 



irtners at Wellness 

olumn geared toward helping students 
' positive, well-balanced lives. 



itamples of (Your daily water nee 
pound of body weight) 



li headaches PLEASE turn in your mile 
> by diluting contact Julie Oetraan ' 



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Elementary answers 



Super Crossword 



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Signs your RA is losing 

Compiled by Rob York 
10 He declares himself czar of 3rd west and demands tribal 

9. He begins constructing forls in the hallway "Just in case| 
2nd main decides to invade someday" 

8. You find him crouched outside you room with a stetho- 
scope. His explanation: "The music's too loud." 

7. You go into your RA's room and find action figures namel 
after everyone in your hall. L 

6. The head of your action figure shows up in your mailboni 
one day. 

5. He sings 'The Name Game" during check. 

4. "I'm ready to tell you my secret. I. ..see.. ..alumni." 

3. You see him come out ol a dark, empty room during 
nightcheck wearing black. . 

2. He stops charging a dollar for locking yourself out of yoil 
room. Instead, he demands socks. 1 

1 . "If you don't clean up your room, I will stab you with thisi 
lighter." 



Cynics guide to lif 




Tiiurstlay. November IG, 2000 



Lifestyles 

newest single guy of 



^^^^^^H^^ Read how one ^^^B^^^^l 

^^^fe^^^E^Hu student a stranger ^^^^ J^^H 

^^^^^^^^^^I^BI on her one mom- ^^^^^9 ^^^1 

'|__JK_1| FAGE7 I y^y* I 

TheSoutbemAc 




h Estrada with taking 



removal i 
)SCOW — I 



lings Monday aftei 

n the Jewish seltli 
DfOfraandShilo-An 

)uld stiffen W. 



COMP 102, speech 
classes filled fast 




OKYO 










Avant addresses student concerns Southern's auto department 

H'EE'?I^!s SrsiiS serves college community 




Contact the Accent 




cultyAdvko 



The Southern Accent 

P.O. Box 370 

Collegedale.Teiin. 37315 

(423)238-2721 

hllp://accenl.soulheni.edu 

acceni@southem.cdu 

About the Accent 



GettinB a student Lo ai 
difficult process, especi 



The form is not currently 
e 10 use but Ed lamb, 
air of the University Sen- 
as well as ihe Social 
rk and Family Studies. 

TwdS'l^horhSl 


Professor of English, thinks 
thai the biggest problem is 

important to the teachere. 
per^n'^Jevaluate their own 


In her office. Laune K. 
Redmer, Southern Ad ven Us t 
University's Syrnphony 
Orchestra's new director, 
l,as a pichire of herself at 

direirtJng a musjc.il gather- 


enth-da 


Ted Ashlon. Program- 
r/Analysl at SAU. would 
undertaking Ihe project 

■Changing ihe code relal- 


teacher never *^?^ "[^ '^''| 
lhefo™iltformeUiats 


found me walking around 
the house with a cigar box,' 
Redmer said, -1 had put 
strings across the box and 


During 
she w 


real problem. The more 
ublejob comes when indi- 




was uang a stick as a bow. 


Red 


. CLASSES 




sines and hums and ba- 


mPrnTn 



John Keyes 







conliaucd from page 1 




'7™ 




on University Drive stress- 


ing break. Cater urged 


although 


:ampus safety con- 


SteTo5feTlhS'"buS 


shaking- privileges so 


appeal. U 


sabig waist of the 


Avanl responded by say- 


permanenlly banned 


rcgulatio 


not take parking 
s seriously 


problem that two more cross 
walks will most likely he 
added with yellow flashing 


According to Paul 
bSorae a big issue a 


■^^^''n 


by asking what 


yellow lights when the road 


requested that work 


Ih'eito 


exemption and if 


Ihe right of way in cross 


Meyers says that the s 


-I alw 


ys accept appeals 

nd the appeal is 
lied by an official 




they should be worn 
dents. Further resear 


sSt'' 


peals staling that a 


legedale police force, added 
that pedestrians only have 
the right of way when Ihey 


ducted regarding the 
Ugation raised by me 



Redmer named new 
orchestra director 



-and Ihe music-she loves, pi^^^ ,„ ^^pi ^^i 

Tlie [symphony] group ^^^-g orchestra U 

is wonderful." she said and Br^l. Within 

emphatically, "They sight- (he orchesh^ vnU 



ledcstrian cross walks was have dumped sail a 
iddrwsod to Avanl by the added liquid lo Ihe si 



e floor pus Kitchen. 



Campus bicycles were 



Meyers responded lo boll 



Religion profs answer questions 



of students, faculty staff and ^ ^^ ^ly aud 

community people. The remember it was ; 

man purpose, she says, is to ^^j,- 
provide tairnng for Music -j^j^ j^ currently t 

Performance majors, (j^j,, conducting job a 

-Although many students i,,^ j|, ^^ denominali 

are not Music students, ^j^^ ^^^g -^^^ „[ coi 

Indeed, maybe 15 of the 70 ^^^- ^ v)oman. and in 



Atlantic Union College and Redmer-whohasasi 

9*"- adds, -I've been told tl 
En?- the best university/co 




New York trips 
leave this weekeiK 



ilion, Collegiate ^^^ 
'■— '.ogical Soci 
a branch o 



entisl Tlieological Soci- m-cessibl 



logical Society CATS.), 



Xafe Chat i 



still finding answe; 
Said. -Ifs good t( 



schedule of meetings 



religi 



al we hardly dare to ask to life- 
ouzel begins with a dcvo- around ca/i 
inal and ihen people go Enno Mue 

rgarding working on the sion of Cf 



dents will go to plac 
Ellis Island, different oth 

Chinatown and H 



_^ Pirates of Penzances 
'°"'^'" peformance begins tonight 



ffl 




Thursday, November 16, 2000 



lalendar of local events for 11.16-11.22 



; of Penzance 
h SAU ID 



10pm Milele Roots 
Rhythm & Brews 
221 Market St 
267.4644 

8p WaterdeepSIO 
New City Cafe 
Knoxville, TN 
(423.544.0100) 

Unfortunate Pickers 
Jacobs Ladder 
231 MLKing 
267.0384 



The Beatles Are 
Backl Symphony 
Pops Concert 8p 
Tivoli Theatre 

Roots, Rock & 



4p Barnard 
Astfonomical 
Society 

Audubon Acres 
892.1499 



Sunday 11.19 

Sugarhill Gang & 
The Malemen S12 
doors open at 8p 
show starts al 9p 
Rhythm&Brews 
221 Market St 
267.4644 



Standifer Gap 
Recycling Center 
open Tuesday- 
Fridays; 10a-6p 



Other Local Venues 
Lizard Lounge 
1301 ChesnulSl 



applications for tl 
1st Annual Roll & 
Stroll to benefit tt 



Tree hugger? 



Wednesday 11.22 

Tun7& theTellico 
Militia ($5) 10pm 
Rhythm & Brews 
221 Market St 



Tivoli Theatre 
701 Broad St 
757.5050 



shelter lo live a 
These pines a 

tiarvesl and j 



y lie in the hands of c 



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"My nude photographs of all my ex-girlfriends...bul seriously, my photograph album." 
How does someone go about joining the Scott Parker Fan Club? 
"You need to speak with Andrew Massengill, the president. He can be reached at 238.31 
What was your favorite thing to do as a kid? 
"Swimming in the pool." 
What do you look for in a woman? 

"I have three criteria for a girl: loves God, loves me, loves the outdoors." 
When was the last time you went out on a "date"?. 



"Ifsbeenabo 


1 21 years...a really long lime 


Poor me." 




Describe you 


r perfect date. 






■'Something s 


mple. A picnic on top of a hill, 


watching the sunseL" 




\Vhen was th 


e lost time you left the cour 


try, and for what r 


^son? 


"IwenttoHon 


duras in August 2000 to work a 


an orphanage, 1 love 


mission work 


What is the 


nost insane thing you have 


ever done? 




"I went skydiv 


KiSftasJulhJ&Sri'S,* 


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"I was an English professor at Universidad Peruana Union. Thafs 


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When it comes to dating, who should do the asking out? 

"My mother, she always seems to know who's "soo cute". 1 tliink the guy should, but the 
girl needs to say "YES!!!" and nol expect that just because I'm asking her out that 1 am inter- 
ested in an "intense" relationship with her. I just want to get lo know her." 

If you were stranded on a deserted island, what 3 items would you want to have? 

"Is a woman an item? A Bible, a knife, and matches.. .because cold raU don't taste too good." 

If you were described in a song, what would you be? 

"If s gonna be me by N'SYNC." 

\\%at are your plans for Thanksgiving break? 

"Depends on whether or not the cafe is serving Thanksgiving dinner...rm up for sugges- 
tions, give me a call (238.3362) or email me (smparker®soulliern.cdu)" 




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What do you look for in a friend? 

"Hmm, well, basically I look for someone i can use as a crulcli., 
If they actually have crutches, tliat's even heller." 

What about qualities in a guy? 

"He must have a bent propensity towards procrastination and 
sloth." 

Who do you think should do the asking out for a date? 

The fatJier of the girl should ask the young man lliat tliey find 
suilable." 

What sorts of things do you occupy your lime with when 

"I work as a sky chef at Chattanooga Aeroporl. Then on the 
side I pursue my career in toll-boothing." 
What do you notice first about someone when you meet 

Teeth. TTieir large canines." 
What would you do if you had a stalker? 
"I would most certainly slalk them back!" 
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,t is a team game consuming drive capped off played awesome on defense Townsend for another scon 



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and finding his Mat 



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londay conversations game scores 
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Teamjohnson was miss- 
ing two of its better players, 
and Aitkcn took advantage 

Ihey pretty much had their 



highlights c 



. My RE. Why don't you play rest of Iheir team will shi 
1 me that I more sports here? Ed dirRore! Benny, "l 

idenltoo.I a viciously compeliUve per- Quo,eof thgWeek 



dlok- 



much. If 1 did play more I ^g ^^ ^^^^ ^^^^^^ 

ble Hulk," angry and mean. because volleyball is my 

game." 

-Shelly Dubosque on why 

she didn't sign up for vol- 

Teyball. 



Best looking athletes 




Chad Watkins- 

plays every sport known lo n 
has a good attitude. This man is The Chad." 



■ 



Justin Freed- 

play volleyball and well, lei's just 
say he is good-looking. 



Donnie Miller- 

e wore an Akili Smilti Jersey thai was really 
giy, but he was able to shine through it 
ad his team to a championship victory. 



Just try lo spike when s 




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Letters to the Editor Election 2000 

^l...^ iilSi iiili yi^l^s a likely I 

10. Articles/clips from inserting a daffodil into that I'm really happy forall* J •• TTr»l 

other schools- newspapers another individual's rectum, tliose people who have had irirlPriQlVP IS 

(though Im sure these arc TTial's crude.) Iliat wonderfoi epiphany iXiU.CCidlVC U*v3l| 

relevant lo the people 6. All the singles' about the important things 

attending those schools). garbage. (Singles this, sin- in lite, but after awhile, their 

9. National news articles, gles thaL...SingUli3 is not a articles all. start sounding # /^*-» fTt*A C C 

(Newsweek. USA Today disease. «, please don't try , the same,) _ V^OIlHreSS 

and CNN seem to have it lo cure iL) 2. Nononfimal articles, ^ 



I. Multiple Top Ten lisl 



Eyes and ears 

Causing casual anarchy and ip 
giving popcorn advice. 



m the grass in yards of 


Bipartisan legislaQ 






can reflect on Election 


means by which tiie 






iegardless of whether 


measures. Both part 




different approaches 


Vice President Al Gore 


handling importani 




such as Social Secu 




cuts. Ihe federal suri 


country's closest presi- 


prescription drug co 






sident will be challenged 




1 the 107th U,S. Con- 




^. which is split nearly 




lally between Democrats 




. Republicans in both the 






irywilllooktothele 






ty members in the House 










doubt and lack of leg 



Mandy Siieari- k 



Design/Graphics Editor 



Design/Graphics Editor 



or every- 


parking lot, is a boy's car. 












uicumbente. Voters elected 




tag. Aww. He has onc.no, 


andeaL Do not leave pop- 












ising. A 






Stabenow defeated one-lerm 




usual procedure? 1 wonder. 


the popcorn. If you lack 


Republican Sen. Spence 




1 peek at his tickets: one 


knowledge in microwave 










up representation in the U S 








House with voters electing 


















er one to 


separate tickets on the same 


Cre alarms for two weeks. 






















continue walking.,. and see 




. Unfortunately, American 


















Bush or 


hang lag hi Ihis car. There is 














preadenl 






is obviously split in polili™! 














ThanksgiwiB? Is tiie eafetc- 


voting has trickled into the 












ly have an explanation for 




ti-^s legislative body 


























I Ihmk 


S^SrI"fiSL!^^Ih"^"' 


Ah. Southern hospitaiily 


^W^hoW^ ""^ ""ajorily 



The Southern Accent P;li 



hat I The art of procrastination Stranger on the couch 

'°°All°iho2nmneiBkeADD Perhaps in olden days it -^ tod llie [MelliEcnl idea dial 

Harmony and ADHD run Ihrongli "", eemmon tor sUmjers ^^M maybe we slioold call Ihe, 

■nilerson your head, men ,00, en.™ 10 tajck on door, ,n my ^^B Jo\e"f P«l£=. „„.,.„„.,.: 

lo the small brick cubicle neighborhood. Perhaps ^^HV^ Harrell The conversation with 

that you call your room you salesmen and Girl Scouts ^^^^ ^^ dispatcher was a new 

are reUeved when Ihe phone "/„ '^^"""J'jjj^J^y^" ^^^^ ""^S.'wetovSTman on' 



learned 



eally dumb. 

D/^ -l-m sorry, I can't 

I , REALLY have to study 

•^-'» Ok Vni, f«.1 litp , 



ANOTHER op 
Big Three. 



)out the cat and the ket 



phone ^^ Jehovah's Witness 

r^ljon petualiy open lo unltnot 

nee, it is very rare 1 
itrangcrs lo knock on o 






le online Joker, you happen 






people. The Student i 

one of the plywood beams.., '"81 

And suddenly, it hits you. "- 

You probably have a disor- " 

der of some sort Why can't ">""i 
you just STUDY? 

posed lo be studying, ^"'^ 






1^^ "Mr. Gore, stay with I 
F^^ West Palm Beach" I 



KJeff 



3ke in her bedroom w 
ose to face the da 
Ided down the hall 
1 stumbled into the b 



arly early enough for 



We spent long minutes 
ddled in the bedroom, 
mbling and analyzing th^; 



six-lane high- sleepingonourcouch, Inhis., 
ached uo into underwear, 
d shoulders. . Fmally the police pulled. 



Tback^Z stood awkwi^dly b 






S^daTu'suX sLp And Ih'ankfiilly. they w 



^r is simpler (^. 
7lnd tofishtthe 



d walked dowi 



£IH7j5 How to communicate with men 



n Paul and Nicole John- 



To know Jesus better 



m^^ Daniel 
■^H Olson 

s 



■d about next semes- 


things in life to think about 


E^ Amber 


w^TopraytoJesus'be^use 


PaullSJ^n^?amoS;^ 


pied with his team's prob- 
tions their dwindling bank 


to verbalize iheir concerns 
during the situation. While 
the man may be willing to 




are movies, dating, shop- 


IHB Rlsinger 


their communication. 


account Watching sports is 


listen, he would prefer to sit 


levant lo you. 


ping, sports and holidays 


ii'V:; 


fiienTadvicewaslopullup 


an enjoyable relaxation that 


quietly and talk later, when 


ase. keep sending in 


much, 

about things in life thai real- 
ly aren't that bad? Do you 


l^'A 


pastor that it brought com- 


When offering advice 
about relationships, sugges- 

t>-pes and generalizations. 


tition, and a man feels sue- 
So let the man watch qui- 
etly. If you need to. ask ques- 


'^Rule Ihrxje: Don't pre^ 


mcrrdoffcrlohelj! 


family who loves us. we are 


"^EsZTZlnbe 


Se^d^encr^ 


people don't have one at all! 


The only tiling that can spoil 


Jesus was right there wth 
him. The _ paslor was 


rHtF£€; 


eons during the commer- 


pretty inBcnsilive somts 
times. They unknowmgly 


dy I! a junior English 




everything is a bad attimde. 




"'^^woi^en-o "^ibS" 


strale their socallcd knowl- 


and (he Accent Editor- 


Did you just fail your test? 


Last week I was sent a 


ly feel God's presence. They 


woman prefers a concise 




Uibgs that hurt a woman's 


^^% nai 


^ToXstt^Ss ^um^r? 


dying. I won't include all the 


said good night 


tor his team. He will appred- 
ate your understanding and 


feelings. But men can be 
helped. 

"One ol the tilings ilini 




Someone just discovered 


details just enough to tell the 






love, and he will be willing to 




they have cancer Your 

boi*iend didn't compliment 
your hair? Someone just got 






Writing about improving 




^ ffl 


Lels call the man Tad 
(justforfijn).Tadwasanold 


looked as though he didn't 


a risky proposition, as the 


thing meaningful to say 


SmT^s^r]! 










A stereotype of genders is 








would die. He had spoken to 








obli^ous to the obvious. 


r^^^ ^mffiM 


Someone is being raped in a 


his family and friends and he 


ply feU asleep. She contin- 


demeanor, Sohciling for 


shopping (or hours, while 


IMK^tifHll! 


back alley. You don't have 


was ready to go. 


ued on by telling the pastor 


opinions and advice from 








His daughter Ann was at 




hopchiUy bridge an under- 


approach - grab the first pair 




every oUier night for din- 


his home taking care of him 


one thing. The pastor lis- 
tened lo her share, Ann said 


of kliakis that fit and leave. 








iiail 


SyTomrand";^ 


Tad lay in his quiet room 


bed. I wonder why." 


advice is a generalization. 


release while shopping simi- 


then' explain why Men 


iisi 


!'o°°go°T'collese"bot"it 




This week I'm going to 
pray that we will think about 
the things that are really 


rup^'ten "while" IhV^e 

watching sports. 


free meandering of brows- 
chases as a challenge. 


ive a com- 


their heart broken. Maybe 


^jepaslor told him that Ann 


important in life, I want lo be 


Short of Daunting topless 
or burning down the house. 


And those qualities ore 


wonderfully different, gen- 


snt? Send 
ur opinion 


we should look at the things 
wecomplaifiaboutandseeif 
tht,y are really dial bad. 


Politely the Pastor asked 
if it was okay that he slay 
and lalk for a while. Tad 
kindly agreed. They talked 


Knowjesuswasinlheroom 
with Him. If you and I could 

we would be much happier. 


women will Und it difficult lo 
distract men engaged in 
watching sporUng events. 
Rest assured, men love 


son forM>^g something," a 
male friend advises. The 


enir Bodi e'Snilcr5''S 


>lutnns or 


""tl'Swm'SbSirin' 


Sem'^ries ''S" UfS'^chaf 


We wouldn't waste time 
thinking about things that 


phone to his girlfriend, but 


emolions - antl ^|^''-'|'|j'|^ 


lets to tlie 


5ery p""lSc^m^at 


''XlTe'^Sor was saying 


aren't important. We'd pray 


time with their significant 
other. According to John 


she Mi's |vithoutareason^^ 


right time and (be nKhl 


iditor to 


my lite really isn't that had. 1 


good night to Tad he asked 


much less then us, lliose 


Gray, author of Mm arcAom 
Mats. Women are from 


sometimes she has nothing 




have so much to be happy 






to say.- he added. 




"iIdaouthern.edu 








Venus, men experience a 


One female friend said 






have the big {important) 


"T^WwX'^^Lme- 


Sfita fetter, doni you? 


Ehi^soTSl'ir^^Jbfera 


boyfriend often is because 
she is thinking of him. The 


JQunialian major from Mary- 






thing he'd never told anyone 




when watching a compeii- 


an. 




Thursday, November 16, 



'The Dog' knows best 






nohody lo "No crises wen; predi 



indecision 2000 




16 



Things heard in senate 

By Rob York 

10. "Wow, Wohlers is as strict as they say." 

9. "So, for future reference, can we impeach you?" 

8. "So he's SA president. I thought he'd be taller." 

7. "Can we adjourn? It's just gonna get veto'd anyway." 

6. "My constitu-whats?" 

5. "Now we've got Bielz right where he wants us." 

4. "I don't know, I just thought Senate would look good < 



Tuesday, November 21, 2000 

Campus News 

Read about why two 
PUC sludenl m 
in Bolivia had i 




Vol. 56 No. 11 
Opinion 



s tliankful for this 




the Accent and find 

who's heen 

drugs into Collegedalc. 



IneSoulbemAi 




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Pirates of Penzance 
production a success 




Church, Southern 
give to community 






Students rate their 
Southern education 



ulhcr„Ad,™a,.Unl- „, 
Study conducted by ^^^ 



escnted has been 



p Southern Adventi 



How well is Southern 
meeting students' expectations? 




School of Visual Art and 
Design to create statue 

Elijah statue will be placed on 
mall in front of Wright Hall 



Statue has a landmark to its (.jjignjpd loward aji 
campus, followinE the fool- ■ ^^^^^ ^^ Elisha. 

versity and LaSierra Univer- ^^-^^.^ ^^^^^ i^^ ^ 



ran aJtcr Elijah. ^^ , ^f'^^^^ Rmite." 
■d-by.' he said, ^" ' ^^^^^^ ggurt- 
he set out 10 fol- ^nn^U.i^'^HnTPn. vvl 



dom and education.' said ^^^ „( Ages quar 
the English department and ^^-^^ summer to bef 



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adoplcd the -Beriteley 

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-serious aUenlion and sup- departmentoflhe church in 

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eship CB2K). a first-ever galhenng Biblical principles of leader- AdvenUst yo 

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Queen Victoria. Upon 



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ihe world." Dcleg 
attending B2K. which 



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Advenlist college and uni- 




Local universities offer | 
Adventist ministries 




Student missionaries on fundraising tour in United Statd 



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Meet the editors of the SouthernAccen 




If you cSd Mimnlt imj crane «hM ™uld i. 
"■Gnmdlhrta.lo.Delinild,- t- 




Tuesday, November 21, ! 



Meet the Accent Editors continued... 



•Good night! Oh my word! Man Alivel" 

ily T have to go lo bed al an early hour because of my early work 

■Lynn Caldwi 

er smuggled dri „ 



|What 19 your nightly routim 

iggled drugs into Callegt 



ing are you kmnvn for? 



Then the scene switched and I was wrestling aliigalore in thi 
nd legs and had plasdc light sabers." 





■ot actually 'owned' by me, they are on loan from the CDC. if 

|vFoiild have to say that I love talking about Eddie Bagahma. 

ly least favourite topic to talk about, Ihen I wouldn't spend 










"Currently I think my favorite color is green, though ninmngin second ai 
"City racing, lop speed, supercharged Fiat MinivanI!! No cops for mel!" 



where the shoe toungc glows in the dark. 



mitars, Christianity and the least of these 



miles a' 



road(right now talent and skill aj 



■ to fight if 



is broken, sad movii 



■e high i could ever have a mental picture 

hey still do that iL i called my (oiks, since i was 

worst people of where and i was already late, and 

Jl the piercings these people to this hotel, they 



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•More of tlie usual 
spects (grassroots 
usic, local event list- 
ings, and Ask Shelly) 
-Student contribu- 
tions page; send in 
creative writing & 
original artwork to: 
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Who are we to think we can be 
justified by our little handful of 
change to Salvation Army and by 
shoving a tract in someones face? 



Bally buy it ( 




e they instead of fighting when they 



EDITORIALS 

Gun control misses the mark 






! shall not tw infringed ' 



II help ,.n ^ whv imn Ihi. jht ^*l». *« f" 



Tiinals arc less liitely ucd drop in violenl crimi 
lily Ihal a would-be- gun conlrol will ensure 

ir example, a 1998 suadcd by Ihe emoli 



Gun control protects citizens 




afeofi^S, 



Letters to the Editor 

Send constructive letters to the editor 



enjoyed by others her 
the singles profiles, thi 



"God IV" transfusions 



o I 


Acccn was a 


religion all their 


lives. Don't 










ka 


he eebngsmany 


want to say > 


ungrateful 



What I'm thanktul toJ 



OPINION 



^■M Tillei 






/. Hair-netled people, won 



My life is small. My lifl 



thing missing? \\ 



lEd tor s note Rob York and Debbie Battin are contributing writers to the 
Accent The op n ons expressed in their letters do not necessarily reflect thos 
oftheed ors 



Eyes and ears 

Causing casual anarchy in New York 



my hands into and smooth, 
[led pockets of i could wrii 



itan Center. There 



d it play 



Wople 



n thankful (or i 






e blisters. 1 sigh. My b, 

ing in the world, i" 

Worii is drudgery. 1 have and ' 

u- copy machine stops and should be thankful fori 

exlract several loner-cov- ^y closet full of 

I feel like Cinderella. My only gels served 

Ridiculous, right? My i a^i Ihankl 

ackpack is heavy. I got Because it is t 

eas thrown at me during j learn how t 

mch. Oh no^all Social Ser- thankful 



'I'he Southern Accen 



.sleep in the light christ ill actioii 



en Jesus began to die 


was drawing to deceive 


any less of a struggle with 


By Debbie Battln 










He asked the disci- 


him like wheat, did not dis- 


^l^meone told me of 'a 


While in academy, in her 


E James, John and 


cern the need of prayer 


d™ ' In "Ih^ "dream "^a^ 


S* nTt'''e!i'^ug'hTa'so^ 


and going about a 
aloud. -Abba! Father! 


was replayed a second and 
third time, Jesus said, 'Arc 
you still sleeping and taking 


warehouse was ftiU of pack- 


Junior Family Studies major 
at Southern, found herself 


ings are possible for 






struggling to find meaning 






The man asked the angel. 


in her Christian experience. 


^Thou^wiir (Mark 


Son of Man is being 


what are In those packages? 






The angel said, Tou don't 




oS^^dwhydid 






Her family was very 






involved in church min- 








istries. -God is love. I heard 


t3y close enough for 


discern the problems and 










man persisted, the angel 


doubted that there is a God." 


uggUng to stay awake, 


They were sleeping. lileraUy 




says Lombard. Still, there 


isciples must have 


and figuratively! They were 




was something 




asleep and their eyes were 




missing-something person- 


another They might 




Then the man asked, "So 


al about the whole God- 


said, "Hey, Peter, 
up with Jesus? He's 


by so they could learn what 
Jesus' mission was all abouL 


what is in those packages?" 
The angel finally answered 


thing. Slowly the expecta- 


rious tonight Why 




him. TTiese packages con- 


whelming. "I was not really 








rebellious, but 1 was starling 


what do you think He 
whenHesaidHewas 


The 'haX7''^mni^To 


dren^'buffoTihiS'St'ey 


wanTed\o"Take'mt'"Ilw^ 


g us? And what is this 


witaess^the^cross of Jesus 


never askedi" 


choices, and do my own 


soul-grief that has him 


with faith. But as it was. they 


Lefs discern the times. 


thing.- .says Lombard. It was 


pressed?" Peter might 


beheld In only in fear. If they 


The world Is asleep in the 




replied. -(Vawn) yeah. 


had been awake, they could 


darkness, le^s not be asleep 


a small self-supporting acad- 


onfused. I don't under- 




in the light of God's opportu- 


emy in HarrisviUe, NH. It 


why he would think I 


strengthened Jesus to bear 






betray Him, 1 tried to 


the cross, and they could 








have triumphed with Him 


God wante to give you spe- 










different, but it was still 


they dozed with their 


God had to send an angel to 


in your relationship. God 


quite restricting to her nat- 


IS, Jesus returned to 


strengthen Jesus. 




ural independent nature. 


and said. "Simon, are 






Lombard says. The faculty 


asleep? Could you not 


we lok'b^uTwe fail to 


mate or family member. 
Why not ask. 1 believe that 




watching and praying. 


and I discerned the great 


seemed pointless. If the 




opportunities God was 






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presently pving us, we 
would spend five times as 


Prayer perseveres l^*^"^ '} 


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Jed's words about praying j^HSEH s 



telling m 



asleep so I stayed up 

le Holy Spirit was 
le to be faithful to 

stretched and chal- 







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Thriving on sleep Deprivation 



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CzechoslovaWan The lawyer, seeing the 

friend were camping In two ears, immediately 



vn as last has possi- 
), and got the local 
eriff. Tlie sheriff 



the berry patch, gath- 
ering blueberries and 
raspberries in tremen- 
dous quantities, along 



shot the female. 
Whatfl Screamed the 
lawyer. ' I explicitly 



grabbed his shotgun 
and dashed back to 
Ihe berry palch with 
the lawyer. Sure 
enough, the two bears 

in thai one!" cried Ihe olherl' 

lawyer pointing to the °Yijp° replied the sher- 

male. while visions of iff. 'And would YOU 

lawsuits danced in his believe a lawyer who 

head. told you he Czech was 

He just had to save his in the male?" 
friend. The sheriff 
looked at Ihe bears, 



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Religion 

Read about how God healed one student's 



Vol. .'ifiNo.i^ 
Opinion 

Read aboui how stu- ' 
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llianksgiving. 



Sports 



s Ihey battle it out on the 



fine Southern Ac 




■rUSALEM — Heav 



!s of people killed dui 
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Tuition increasing 
5 percent next fall 

Southern keeps pace with 
rising national tuition 






■ISouUiernl is luidon 



Library fines increasing next semester School reports more recent survey results 



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c monthly Food -ITIie consuliant] ft 



Commission puts sales ta] 
increase on March ballot 




will mecl in February lo rat- 
ify the budget for the 2001- 



cily's budRet," said Carol j||(-|uded, some people Accor 

son, city recorder, ^jgi,, vo,e against the tax. slon Jones U 

ncluJed in the vote, tlie -people who live on Katy plans will 1 



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Faculty study education criter j 



Students and fac- 
ulty share Christ- 
mas with less for- 
tunate 



young people are stressed ^| '■ ' "b""™ "'■" " 



ity are making Christinas '""^ '° Samaritan's 
nvolvemenl in Operalion i' ''"^ ^^' '" ^ 



General Education 


fe "er one'' m"alh Tqulr^ 


i^v-^fno'icdSiat^^m 








opic at the University Sen- 


TTie academic profile for 


the academic profile. 


iutr'^Uu director of 


'A'^'sludenl^''w'ho''^demon^ 


at Uul^meeting^indu 


research and planning 










with Dr, Gordon 








and how they r^te in acade 






mic areas. 


measurement A student at 


asked regarded the stt 






planning budget and 1 




pret information b-om simple 




nust meet in order lo obtain 


graphs or charts, solve sim- 


responded that 


I'aineS^SaE-Uu 


ple equations or evaluate 


increased enroUmen 
year has helped the 1 


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pie and routine word prob- 


but it also increased 








metj^dualSoden^sma 


Several faculty members 
suggested that the general 


""^Another issue dis, 


^eHeavL Ih^e^u'Riv^r-lly 


education criteria in prob- 


was regarding schola 


and beginning work. 


making an area such as 


given lo students an 
they affect the mh 
budget. According lo 


beinj: jji... 


-,,'k,- their junior year in 


IppS 


n the workplace''^ '"'""' 


high school. 


geL 


A strong job market awaits college seniJ 


■nie job market for Uie 


municatim^ and business 


stand the relati 




majors will also expand sig- 






nificantly. Industries that 


nology, are involved i 




expect the largest growtli in 


communities, and hav 


ng lo an annua! survey of 


employment of college grad- 


experience, Mr, G 


380 employers released 






Thursday. Employment 


professional services like 


The largest comi 


opporiunitics will expand by 


accounting and consulting 


those with more tliar 




services, manulacturing. 


employees, are expe( 


during the 200()-l academic 


and food and lodging, Mr. 


expand hiring by two- 












employees will hire sA 


The college labor mar- 


Colleen Tvorik. a Michigan 






environmental journalism 


level, the study tou 


says Philip D, Gardner, 


with a specialty in public 


to 600 employees, Ihe 


director of the Collegiate 


relaQons. She's hoping to 




employment Research Insli- 


land a public-relations posi- 




utu at Michigan Stale Uni- 


tionaiaskiix^ort.^ 


Employers who re 


ul^v'ey! Tow in ils"30tfi yea^ 


time lo be graduating and 


hope lo keep salary i 


ege graduates will tare 


looking for a job," she says. 
Several factors have bol- 
stered the job market, Mr. 


es at about the level e 
tion. but Mr- G 








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The study indicates a 
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Jicience 



Tliursday, December 7, '. 



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f. Virginia lab studies sleep habits 



get, levels in the body and Sleep lab technicians pm ^^.-0^"^^j^«f 

seLdi" foT^data ma^^y nap'testin which a t«rson sleep lab} is 

detect apnea events, which has five two-hour naps help people ; 

breathing for more than 10 ing the day. Normal sleepers said. 

^Vhen analyzing studies, asleep and never experience currently an 

main disorders. They Narcoleptics, on Ihe other studies, Sura 

colepsy. restless legs syn- utes to sleep and two or venience po? 



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increase in the tea-diinking Indian spiced milk lea, 

expandingnumber of herbal -Chai is really big- 1 

-And tea is more global," ,p, ^( p^p,g fr^^ 






liroughout the night 



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out different flavi 




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hoa! God used me? \ prodigal daughter 

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[rayer of Jabez 

Ismail BIG prayer 



I challenge 
Prayer lakes 



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EDITORIALS 

Student center 
needs renovation 



worlii news by watching 
CNN. playing a game or two 
of pool, radng motorcycles 


Mindi Rahn. junior 
ry major, said she wou: 


even doing a lilUe shidyinE- 

tliinment (ealures such as 
(he video games, thcstudenl 

years ago. according to 


and [to] gel rid of Ihe 
out cubbyholes." 

quenled by dozens o 
dents every day. The 

least 22 years old. and 
carpeted very infreque 



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As a voter, you have a 
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implied responsibility, but 


Drive-thrus 

ters. Honking 
Pagers. E.'cpre 

photo. Credit c 
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ards. Fidgety 
at stoplights 


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so long ti 


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Isidro, York to battle on 
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Revenge sweet as No. 7 
Georgia routs No. 5 Rutgers 

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tilings 


seemed to 












Cunninsham with 11 points 


points) 












•ssfully. 


for-15 and Cunningham 5- 


by la 
points) 


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Georpa defense. 


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Belated recognition 



I'd like to make an apology to Team Edmister for 
leaving them out of my Football Championship 
sports section. I would now like to name them the 
B-League champions. Congratulations, and once 
again, I'm sorry. 

-Morgan Kochenower 
Sports Editor 



Sunday nisht, a. those same ,j - ,sjj CeorEia coaeh bit slow all nKht" 
No. 7 Lady Bulldogs (5-2) j^^^ Landers. TTiey did a Adding ^ Hie' 



Florida wins SEC crown 
in sweet victory 



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Lifestyles 

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Opinion 



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Technology 

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University Drive to be 
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Bietz responds to 
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speda] dietarj' needs gf,j.|. ^^^^ ^^^^^ 



mth the Greenway allowing er conslriicl 
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Apison Pike will soon 
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Isidro wins tennis 
title Thursday 



the firal match 6-1 and ^^fg^g ^J^^^ happened," Yorl 
econd match fr3. York. ^^ -f^,^ after ihe lighl 



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on the recount in FloridJ 




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Senate discusses Senate update 

caieteria, satety issues ^"b;iX"n'.u. 





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The cafeteria svas among 




issues brought up at Tues- 




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Thursday, December 14, 



Christmas 


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Colored liKhls 


UkeisjuslbrcakinK 


Sparkling tinsel 


and [aU.er of two 


Presenls and food 


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and awakened dreams. 


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Local events for the week of 12.14-12.21 


8 p.m. Own mic niBM 
Angel Band & a 


Fridny 13.16 

Last day to view 

Satiitdgy. 1^.16 


Sunday 12.17 


Monday 12.18 

livlngwith AIDSas 


BschstagG Dinner 


Rhyttim & Brews 


sol";^Zce.t, 


rS,n«n 


3lt.cKets, 


New City Cafe 


1001 Broaa Sl- 


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S'SMmedyl 


(423,M4.0i00l 


Cooiidee Park) is 


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Believe in God 
and be satisfied 




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"=■■" ""-' think there is "i,ould make sure 

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■elation- g^j ^^g^t^ ,,5 [(, 
lelp us being successful. 

God, ourselves an 



people 



let thick with God 



s messengers must tarry iong with Him, if 
y would have success in their work. The 
tory is told of an old Lancashire woman wh 
« listening to the reasons that her neighbo 
e for their minister's success. They spoke of 
fts, of his style of address, of his 
Pay' said the old woman,'! will tell you what it 
■fa. Your man is very thick with the Almighty? 
s devoted as Elijah was and 
■possess the faith that he had, God will reveal 
|8imself as he did then. When men plead with 
« Lord as did Jacob, the results that were seer 
in will again be seen. Power will come from 
God in answer to the prayer of faith." 
Ellen G.White 
Gospel Workers page 255 



Find your hiding 
place in the Lord 



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I flop myself in the coach ^^ ,o a buoyant piece of double barreled 



idthateUmbloanothcrlet- Iven tell that there was a domof my approach). 

■r grade or two seems oh- ^j^^m raging on the outside. Frustrated, 1 slopped 

Experience has shown reminiscing on my dream to ed to voice my confi 

le however that God IS Ihe ,f,^ „.« that my Bible was God. When t finally 







want God to 
an willing 10 follow His 
lull of patience and purity.' 



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"I want God to change me 
from being so shy to having 
boldness and communication 
skills SI 
pastor." 



God to help me rais 
enough money to go on a n 

trip to Cambodia ihis 
Chrislmas." 
■Shannon Dlamontopolis 
sophomore, nursing 



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sophomore, theology 



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