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1
MSGFunds
away
Radio
Club
ByDaiieneNolanMERCIAD Staff ReporterSteve Curcio,
the
Radio Clubadvisor, approached
the
StudentGovernment
on
Wednesday witha request
of
$200.00
to
broadcastthe Pitt-Bradford
rf
and ClarionState j men's basket ball jjgames on WMCY.
[?;
"With the spirit contest and all,there seems
to
be
a
lot
of
interestin basketball
on
campus and
the
Radio Club wants
to
contributeby broadcasting these
two
awaygames," stated Curcio.Curcio explained that the RadioClub would like
to
sell advertise-ment spots during
the
game
and
any revenue generated from theseadvertisements would
be
used
to
repay MSG.TheStudent Governmentagreed
on
the grant
to
the RadioClub with an all in favor respo nse.Sharon Johnson, representingthe Association^
of
Black Col-legians, brought forth
a
proposalfor
a
request
of
$500.00
to
sendtwo representatives
to
the annualBlack Conference
of
HigherEducation. The
I
MSG represen-tatives agreed
to
the funding withan all
in
favor response.*LauraCopney,Student
Ac-
tivities. Committee
|
(SAC)
Chairperson, reported
on
the
ac-
tivities being held during WinterWeekend. On Saturday, February
12,
from 10:00 to 12:00 a.m. therewill be the Biggest Snowball Con-test. From
1:00 to 3:00 p.m. a
Snowman Building Contest will
J*
Conquered
by
last week's snow and high winds,
a
Grotto pine liesbefore the Our Lady of Lourdes shrine.
%
,
Sbe held. Immediately followingthe men's basketball game
on
Saturday, there will
be a
BeachParty Dance
in the
Back Porch
Cafe*
F£P? " .53
New
Majors,
Fitness
TrailGoals
For
College
In '83
I By Carta AndersonMERCIAD Assistant EditorEDITOR'S; NOTE:
Dr.
William
P.
Garvey,ipresident
of
the college, has written
a
columnDr. William P. Garveyabout Mercyhurst which appearson page twelve
of
The MER-CIAD. Dr. Garvey was interview-ed about topics cited
in his
column.
fA
four year Sports jMedicinemajor'and
a
proposed campusfitness trail
are two of the
plansrecently revealed
by
residentGarvey.
'4
{
According
to Dr.
Garvey,
the
college
is
expected
to
inauguratetwo new undergraduate majors
in
1983.
One
program will
be in
business
and the
second
in the
health professions.
'
&*"The
new
health professionwould
be a
four year I sportsmedicine major. Also,
a
minor
in
athletic training
may be
developed," he stated.
;
"Mercyhurst College will
be in
a joint enterprise with MercyhurstPrep
in
constructing
a
physicalfitness trail around the campus,"stated
Dr.
Garvey.
He
explainedthat Prep
is
proposing buildingthe track around
the
campus,which will also have exercisingstations. "Right now, this idea
is
in the planning stages, perhaps forthis summer," Dr. Garvey added.Dr. Garvey explained that
in a
time
of
mounting deficits, Mer-cyhurst
has
recorded anotherbudget surplus
for
the ninth timein the last ten years. "The collegehas operated in the black the pastnine years.
We had
$132,000
in
the budget last year, and this yearwe have
a
$7,000,000 budget,"stated
Dr.
Garvey.
"We can
choose
the
quality
of
the studentbody which is the key to the futureof
the
college. Because
of the
surplus, we can reject students
to
assure academic quality,"
he
added.According
to the
President,state approval was given for threeadditional
two
year associatedegree programs
in
business
ad-
ministration, religious studies andinterior design."These programs are morespecialized
and
geered for
an
adultaudience,"-saidDr. Garvey.
Spirit Contest
A
Success
Third Floor McAuleyWhoops It Up To
Win
By Martha CampMERCIAD Feature EditorLast week, the$ Mercyhurstcommunity experienced
an
out-burst
of
energy embodied-in
the
participants
of
a ''Spirit Contest"initiated
by
Housing DirectorPhyllis Aiello. j
\
The contest, designed
to
pro-mote student body enthusiasmbrought students
to
three! con-secutive men's basketball'gamesto cheer
the
Lakers
on to
victoryat the Campus Center.
%
"I think it was a great success,"Aiello said, "due
to the
studentsthemselves."The winner
of
the contest .wasthe third floor
of
McAuley, led byR.A. Tad Simons. As a prize, theywill receive
\
money
:
for
a
socialgathering from the Department
of
Housing,
k
"After
the
first* night, secondfloor Baldwin
and
third I floorMcAuley were the clear leaders,"Aiello said. "The rest
of
the peo-ple
who
were interested
in the.
Spirit Contest coalesced aroundthose two groups."On the last night, they put outan all-out effort," Aiello said
of
McAuley.
|
"At Monday night's game
it
was good
to see all
those samepeople over there whooping
it up
for theteam...itsaysalotfor theirown character and their loyaltiesto
the
college," Aielloemphasized.Other judges
for
the contest
in-
cluded:
E.
William Kennedy,Director
of
Student Services;John Wolper,
HRM
instructor;Damien Daly, a
s
member
of the
Blue and Green and Mike Diaco,who originally wrote
a
letter
to
The MERCIAD about
the
spiritproblem
at
Mercyhurst.There
has
been extremelypositive' reaction from
the
entirecommunity. Aiello said,
"Dr.
Garvey was especially pleased.""Crazy Dave" Armstrongleads the* third floor McAuleyteam
to a big win in the
SpiritContest.
Spring
Registration!
To
Begin Wednesday
Registration
for
spring
g
term,which
was
originally scheduledfor February
28,
will
now
beginon February
16.
The reason for the change is
to
give students more time
to
settletheir accounts with
the
BusinessOffice since many students havehad difficulties
in
making
the
deadline
for
tuition payments
for
winter term, according
to the
Academic Dean David Palmer."We decided
to
make thingseasier
for
spring term
and
pushback
the
dates
for
registration.This will give students extra timeto make financial arrangements,"he stated.The dates
for
spring termregistration are as follows:Seniors, Juniors,and Adults.9:00-1:00 February
16
Sophomores...
1:00-4:30
February16
, | * |
Freshmen... 9:00-4 JO *r*ik*A1All Students9:00-4:30 February 18Adults Only..9:00-12:00 February19
-
4
l
%
Spring Term registration
is in
the Blue Room and begins at 9:00a.m. on Wednesday, February 16,for seniors, juniors,
and
adults.Sophomores will register duringthe afternoon
of
February 16 andfreshmen will sign-up at 9:00 a.m.on February 17. All students mayregister on February 18 and adultsonly on the morning
of
February
19.
I
*
?
?
"*Q!«
HappyValentine's Day
1
Mercyhurst!
 
The Peanut Gallery
The Support System. Vital to every organization and com-munity. Often unheralded, those individuals who comprisesupport groups deserve to be credited for the success that is alltoo often showered only upon the leaders, the winners, theones in the spotlight. It is frequently only in losing when thesupport system is really remembered
remembered for their"lack" of support and failure
toiunite
behind a commoncause.
^ £
Although lessons in the value of support systems can belearned from the early years of life, it seems that the collegeenvironment, so different from any other, teaches the firstreal experience of support groups. At Mercyhurst, like manyschools, the support groups are often labeled apathetic, unin-volved, too small, or nonexistent. It appears that at this col-lege, those labels
don'rreally
fit anymore.
f;|
Athletics provides a good illustrator of the function andpotential impact of one key support.group: fans. And Mer-cyhurst basketball fans, ignited by a recent colorful andclamorous spirit contest,
have.found
their rightful place asthe sixth man for the Mercyhurst Lakers. If there is any ques-tion as to the effect of the fans as a support system, let theawesome recent playing of the Lakers resolve any doubt. Notonly
does
basketball deserve fan-support, though, every otherteam from volleyball to crew counts on a cheering section tobolster enthusiasm and victory.
,
In academia, student government and activities, supportI groups are implicitly necessary. A government which only hasweekly public meetings and visible, outspoken leaders isnothing without the behind-closed-doors sessions of the com-mittees. The Student Activities Committee may generate andbudget for activities, but not one event would ever take
place
if the unsung individuals in the support system were not thereto organize, set up, take* tickets,
^erve refreshments,*tear]
down, and clean up.
*Jj
1
+Jt
Would a Little Theatre production still shine on openingnight if the support group had not spent weeks readying the•wardrobe, collecting the props, and designing the set? Wouldthe Campus Ministry ever be able to make a sizeable fooddonation to the needy if that small group of volunteers werenot there to see the project through? Would The
MERCIAD j
lor the yearbook ever make it to
the
presses without the
con-j
tinual support of writers, typists, cartoonists, photographers,columnists, and the other staff members who are continuallycounted on, most
always
overworked, and most definitelyunderpaid? As a matter of fact, rarely are support groupsever paid for their contributions. -
- £ *
The list is endless. There are support systems everywhere,Ion and off
campus,!proving
that no one dan truly functionalone. Nameless people, not usually recognizable for any par-
ticular
"accomplishment,
those
;
1tf
support systems are:sometimes dubbed "the ,littl^ people"
or "the peanutj
gallery." It is ironic,
thqugty,
because those individuals havethe biggest hearts and inten.yqns,, molding the
foundation
ofany organization. No peanuts
aboufcjty
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Letter
d
;
Black History
Month
!
To the Mercyhurst Community:The month of February meansdifferent things to many people.To some it represents the shortestmonth of
the
year,
and to others itis the month in which
Valentine's
Day falls. February might be themonth of birthdays , anniver-saries, and other special days.Some just see it as the secondmonth of the year; but for 30million
A fro-Americans
Februarybrings a special meaning - BlackHistory
Month*
During February,special focus is on black lecturers,movies, and other special pro-grams on college campuses. Ar-
ticles
are written on relevanthistorical topics and added stressis placed on
the
need to read,study,
oj
know». and
^appreciate
Black,
history.
- ~-
v*
1
Black History week was firstdeclared
by
Carter
G.
Woodson in1926, because he was concernedthat if
"Black
history was not
reserved
and
reconstructed,
Blacks as a people would becomea negligible* factor in humanthought, and
stand4n.
danger ofbeing
exterminated.?~Sinc'e
then,Black
History^aTT>een extended
to
the^whole montlrof
February,
but that is only one
month
out ofthe
year..purely
to ignore BlackHistory
el£v^l£moriihs
out of the
c
flu
q*HCn**J
ISI\\ A
\™<K ttutt
l/OV,
\
Z****s..
m
sii
#f.
He Sid
ip*
Otri*
fvAtKu
Zonfer
£4 >kkk
year is truly a
mis ust
ice*, to theeducational system and a "slap"in the face of
Africans
and Afro-Americans.
>
Besides the
recognition of
Black
History during February thereshould
also
[be an evaluation ofourselves and our institutions tosee if we are doing
^everything
possible to
right'the
wrong thatwas done to the Afro-Americanpeople. In evaluating MercyhurstI would like to ask the followingquestions. First,
is
Mercyhurstdo-ing everything (or for that matteranything) possible to correct lies,misconceptions, and spread thelives, thoughts, and
contributions
of Afro-Americans? Secondly,does a Mercyhurst studentgraduate with a well-rounded
[education,
without
anunders
an-ding of the essences of beingBlack and the knowledge about
the
contributions of a majorethnic group in this country.?Are.
Mereyhurst's
History ma-jors
.{well-rounded
without anunderstanding of African and
Afro-American
History? Or byremaining silent does Mercyhurstteach its students that there is noimportant history of these people?Can Political Science majors callthemselves well-rounded without
Letter
a
knowing the Politics of Africannations or the influences uponpolitics by such a man as Dr.King? Or
again,
lis Mercyhurstteaching its students that it is notimportant to understand Blackpolitical concerns? Wouldn't aMercyhurst student be a morerounded student with some ex-posure to the wealth of Afro-American Literature? And really,can an education major teachAfro-American youths withoutunderstanding
Black
people.These are just a few examples ofhow students graduate without acomplete education. In this aspectBlack
History
becomes a smallpart of Black Studies.What does Black Studies haveto offer
Mercyhurst's
students?Black studies can offer anunderstanding of the present andeven more importantly a prepara-tion for the future. Is it wrong to
want to
spread
the
lives, thoughts,ideas,and contributions of suchpeople as
Kwame
Nkrumah, SeKou Toure, Leopold Senghor,Julius Nyerere, and Steve Biko?These African leaders should notgo unnoticed and neither shouldthose Afro-American leaders,such
as,
W.E.B. Dubois, MalcolmX, Martin Luther King Jr.,Frederick Douglas, and manymore. These
are
just a few peoplethat I feel are being left out atMercyhurst.
;
*
The quest for Black studies isnot a luxury or even a radical
f
'
:
continued
on
page
7
Privacy"WriterResponds To Criticism
THEM6RCIAD
Dear Editor:Last week when I read TheMERCIAD I was astonished thatthree letters were
devoted,
tocriticize my column "Privacy theRight
Way,'the*Wrong
Way.*'
One of these letters which waswritten by Dr. Barry G.Grossman, annoyed me, notbecause of the criticism,
but
because he used the word•challenge.'
?
First of all, when I write anycolumn,
I
write it because
I
believe in what I write and not tochallenge or to be challenged.Second, I believe in the con-stitution and what it stands for,and I believe in this country andwhat she has to offer to millionsof immigrants who dreamed offreedom and liberty.
I
also hap-pen to believe in the"rules"and"laws" which protect us, and ourfreedom without these rules,freedom could be destructive.Third, in my column, I was notwriting about "catching a studentwith a
Budweiser'or
smoking ajoint" or even, heaven forbid,learning about anatomy, becausepersonally I like* to study
about
anatomy. I was talking
about
i
aprinciple which defends the lawsof this college.
*
>{
Finally, I would like to know ifDr. Grossman
will be
annoyed if Ientered his class with a gallon ofwine and a Playboy magazine inmy hand instead of the coursematerial? Would he believe in therules then?As Dr. Grossman said, "theSupreme Court said it best (in
Tenker
vs. Des Moines SchoolDistrict) that students do not shedtheir constitutional rights at theschoolhouse gate." I say "laws"and "rules" do not stop at theschoolhouse gate, too.
Khalid
MassoudMERCIAD Staff Reporter
 
***
Love:
<
Take
/f
Seriously
By Dr. Lew LuttonThe idea
of
love seems to have adramatic effect
on
nearlyeveryone. For many
it
is the basisof their religious feelings, the cen-tral theme
of
their lives. Manyothersseem frightened
by
lo.veand either avoid
it or
reject
it
outright.
But
very Jfew
*
peoplehave
an
indifferent reaction
to
this most elusive
of
feelings.While
I was
going through
a
period
of
questioning in my life
it
was this elusiveness,
the in-
describable nature
of
love thatdisturbed
me the
most.
At
thattime
I
preferred
to
"think
and
operate
in
terms
of
love's morecomprehensible, more substantialcousin, "caring." However,
as
much
as
this attitude was able
to
give
me a
positive, productive,even ethical outlook many
of
myfriends continued
to
attributemuch
of
their enjoyment
of
life tofeelings they called love,fAs
a
result, since many people seemedto agree that love does existdespite
its
indescribable nature,
I
decided that I did not want to missout
on a
good thing
by
buildingtoo many defenses against
it.
Then,
as so
often happens,
my
background
in
biology began
to
clarify
my
religious
and
philosophical ideas by helping mewith some other ideas about love.(Some
of
these ideas
I
discussedduring my Apres Diner talk to theEgan Scholars.) While describingsensations like touch and vision tomy classes,
I
began to realize justhow indescribable they
are too.
There
is no way to
let*
a
personblind from fbirth experience
the
color red. Furthermore, I realizedthat our feelings, just like our sen-sations,
are
creations
of our
brains,
and if the
aroma
of
chocolate
is
intangible, then
why
couldn't love
be
just
as
intangi-ble?
If I
bequeathe
my
sensationDr. Lew Luttonof chocolate some level
of
reality,why shouldn't
I do the
same
for
love?
So I
did.
f
^But why should
we
have theseloving feelings? Surely they havetheir temporary value,
but
theyalso cause
a
great deal of {hear-tache
and
sometimes .eventragedy.
I
am not only speaking ofthe agonies
of
youth lost
in the
paths-ofyoung love,
but
also
of
the parents-whosacrificethemselves
for the
sake
of
theirchild,
or the
soldier
who
divesupon
a
grenade
to
save
his
com-rades. This type
of
sacrificialbehavior is referred to as altruismand serves
as one of the
major
Letter
Spirit
Contest
"Of Great Value
J
Dear Editor:The purpose
of
this letter
is to
thank the following people for ex-ecuting their spirit at the last threebasketball games:
"Flan"
Ciconand second floor Baldwin, DavidArmstrong
and
third floorMcAuley, Laker Shakers, and
all
the students and members
of
theMercy hurst College community.?I feel Phyllis Aiello deserves
a
big thank-you for all her efforts inorganizing the spirit contest whichtook place over
the
past threebasketball games.
A lot of
spiritwas expressed
at the
Gannongame as well.The contest was
of
great valueto the cheerleaders, the basketballplayers, spectators andmyself.I feel through this contest
the
Mercyhurst Community
can ex-
hibit spirit, sportsmanship,
and
support. £
Attend theMerciad StaffMeetings at
i|i
4:00 p.m. onThursdays in 307 Main
I believe "apathy" is disappear-ing
at
the'Hurst!!!Thank you,Gina DilluvioCheerleadingCaptain
Letter
focal points
of
a] relatively
new
field
of
biology called
;'
socio-biology.
h
5fThe main problem
is how to
reconcile altruistic behavior withevolutionary theory, whenaltruistic people would appear
to
be lowering their chances
of
sur-vival relative
to
less altruistic
in-
dividuals.
The
arguments
on all
sides
of
this issue are strong
and
emotional,
and I
have enjoyeddiscussing them with students
in
my Animal Behavior and HumanBiology courses. Suffice
it to say
that some justification can;bemade
for
such altruistic behaviorfrom an evolutionary perspective.^Accepting this, we are left withthe need
to
figure
out how our
brains
and the
genes which con-trol the development
of
our brainscan cause
us to
pursue
the
elaborate behavior patterns
of
altruism. This
is
perhaps wherelovecomes
in.
Just
as our
genescreate
the
neural circuitry
to
generate
the
indescribablydelicious flavor
of a
chocolatebar,
so
they must also create
the
circuitry
to
r
generate
the in-
describably delicious feelings;
of
love
so
that
we
will occasionallyforget ourselves
and
indulge
in
more selfless altruistic behavior.Love does
not
come easily.
For
our
own
protection
it
mustdevelop slowly from meaningfulrelationships. Indeed,
it
buildsupon
itself.
But it does exist and
is
a very important part
of
our livesand the lives
of
those
to
whom
we
are closest. Since it is possible thatlove
is
our only way
of
forgettingour own selfish concerns and put-ting the' needs
and
difficulties
of
others first, maybe that is why
we
so often hear and feel such truthin the words "God
is
Love."
Marathon
DancersRecogn
zed
By
CEC
Dear Editor,
'
It now
is
three weeks since theMarathon took place
and we
would like
to
give
a
rundown
of
recognition.
The
followingdancers jdanced four
'years:
Shelbert DuRant (24 hrs.),BambiIllig
(24
hrs.), Carol Richter
(24
hrs.),
and Michael Smith (24 hrs).These dancers were our
1
thirdyear dancers: Tammy Keller
(24
hrs.),
Mary Knapp (24 hrs.), An-toinne Thompson
(24
hrs.), BethTirdel (24 hrs.), and Tammy Wise(24 hrs.).
For the
second year
at
this event were these dancers:Geoffrey. Domowicz
(24
hrs.),Linda Eaton
(22 hrs),
MaureenGallagher (22 hrs.), Kathy O'Con-nor
(24
hrs.), Laryssa Stolar
(24
hrs.),
and
Brenda Tuszynski
(24
hrs.).
;.
v
Lastly those dancers
who
ven-tured
out for
the
1
first time
are:
Stefanie Casey
(24
hrs.), KarenGens
(24 hrs),
Clay Neilson
(24
hrs.),
Cheryl Thompson (24 hrs.),Laura Waitinas
(24 hrs.) and
Becky Walker (12 hrs.).All dancers are now busily col-lecting their sponsor money,
so if
you sponsored someone please getyour money
in
to^your- dancer.Dancers remember
all
money
is
THE MERCIAD
Letter
Punk
it
Died
1979
J
Dear Editor: J
.;
Regarding the fashion article
in
last week's MERCIAD
by
JohnJones, cammies? starched hair?high-topped sneakers? r]Hard-pressed
is a
term mildlyused for your action regarding the"punk" issue
in the
last segmentof
The
MERCIAD. Raping
t-
shirts, safety pins
. . .
andB A'L^E
T S L I P -
PERS
. . .
WHAT??? Where didyou get? your information???COME ON?!?!?!, hhat died
in
1979.
It was created by a bunch
of
British youths trying
to get
theirvoice heard
to
the government.
A
change
to
bring about more
Jobs,"
better housing, and
a
profitableeconomy.But, back to the fashion review,stick
to a
fashion that
you are
"familiar"
;
with.
I'm
surprisedyou didn't tell the fashion-hungrypeople
to
wear that favorite skin-nytie J with
a
ripped-up T-shirt.This sort
of
fashion gives "Punk"a bad name. Watch MTV or buy arecord
of
some groups like
The
Clash, Adam and the Ants, Stray
Cats,
ABC, Wall
of
Voodoo,
U2,
Psychodelic Furs,
etc . . .
Lookat what they are wearing and youwill
see
no*
safety pins,
dog
col-
lars,
or
colored hair. We've beentaabout10 "Punk" (a bad term
-
let's
try
progressive music) con-certs this year. Observed duringthese festive occasions at?most,were sleeveless
f
shirts
*
with blackpants or girls with
a
sharp top anda mini skirt,
and
about
the
other90 percent
of
the
guys wore
a
comfortable shirt with
a
pair
of
Levis.
We say
instead
of
"Get
Crazy"
or
"Be ^Eccentric"
how
about
"Be
Yourself!"
If
we saw
someone wearing cammies, with
a
raped t-shirt, ballet slippers, spor-ting
a
dog
collar, pink hair and
a
safety
pin
in
their ear,
we
wouldprobably,|A.
RUN;
B.
STARE;C. CALL THE GOOD HUMOR90YS.
The
message isn't
"we
don't care" attitude,, how-about"Be Yourself attitude.
f
Informatively yours,Jim Faherty 1Craigy ZonnaMarkHutchinson!Dan Kelly
V
;
Dave lacovetti
Practical Joke Contest
Joke Or
Not
Joke
by Sr. Elisabeth LintsenA
few
years ago, while
he was
sitting
in his
apartment
to
study
for
the Ohio Bar Exam, PatWeschler(Mercyhurst '78)wrote
to
me: "Lots
of
the ideas come to me while
I
am tryingto study for exams, but they are NEVER connected to the sub-ject matter being studied." He must have studied well though,because
he
passed his exams with flying colors.After finishing his studies
he
did
not
forget
the
midwinterdoldrums that attack college campuses. One
of
the ideas thatcame
to
him while he was studying was
to
sponsor an award,to be administered
by
Campus Ministry. The award, would begiven out
on an
annual basis
to the
perpetrator
of
the
mostcreative practical joke
(or
other humorous falsification)originating
in the
Mercyhurst Community.
jThe ground rules
for
the award are mote
a
matter
of
com-mon sense than anything else:'JuT1. The practical joke may
not be
malicious.
2.
It
may
not
involve injury
to
persons
or
property.
3.
It
may
not
involve injury
to
reputation.4.The perpetrator has
to
absolve Mercyhurst and CampusMinistry
of
all potential defamation liability.•£ 5. Type-written accounts of Ihe creative practical jokesshould
be
handed in
to
Campus Ministry by Friday, March4,
1983.
I
I
6. The perpetrator(s) and receivers)
of
the joke will be in-terviewed
by a
panel consisting
of
Father Chuck, Mr.
Ken-
nedy, Marie Martone, Donna Peterson, andmyself.There will be three prizes awarded:
*
1st prize $15.00 and
a
certificate.2nd prize SI0.00 and
a
certificate.3rd prize $5.00 and
a
certificate.Sr. Elisabeth Lintsen is the Director
of
the Mercyhurst Col-lege Campus Ministry.
due by March 22. Thanks!CEC would also like
to
recognize
the
following memberswho have had perfect attendancefor meetings and events:November
-
Karen Lasko;December
-
Gerri Bruno, SteveAdams, Anita Whiteman, KathyDaley, Laryssa Stolar,* *KarenLasko; January
-
Pat Hautzinger,Dolores Miller, Paula Dischner,Cheryl Thompson, Gerri Bruno,Anita Whiteman, Laryssa Stolar.Our next event
is
the Social
on
February
19.
Please contact an
of-
ficer
to get
involved. The? nextgeneral meeting
is
March
6, at
7:30 p.m.
in*
300
Old Main.Thank you again for your time.Sincerely,
-
Kelly, Toni, Cindy, and CarrieSue

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