the Student Union &
The Holidays are here and so is
break. Please make it
safe and happy holiday season!Need to find a phone number? Pick up the 1995-96 Student Directory in the StudentUnion,
MARK YOUR CALENDARS:
Student Union decorating Party at
p.m. Join us to decorate for Christmas on Campus.How about some entertainment
The Mercyhurst Theatre Dept presents
Laundry and Bourbon
p.m. in Zurn
7,8,9 and it's FREE.DEC
Christmas on Campus from
10 - SAC Christmas caroling at St Vincent Health Center and Sarah Reed Childrens Home.Shuttles will
Baldwin Hall at 7:30 p.m. For more
contact Brian Marshall at ext
Candlelight Holiday Mass at
p.m. in the Student Union.
-13 - Finish your Christmas shopping in the Student Union.
Era Distributors will beselling sweaters from 10 a.m.- 3 p.m. in the Great Room.
11 - Christmas crafts from around the World,
a.m. - 3 p.m.
Miracle on 34th Street
p.m. in the Great Room of
Student Union.DEC 13
Coffeehouse and Ping Pong Tournament at
p.m. in the Laker Inn.Happy New
Fund Raising Events Announced
From P. 1
glass window in order to get the
investigation isunder way for the thieves.
12 meeting of MSG,Vice
there are three open-
dismissal of hree repsT
10. Elections willbe the following week.
Johnstonrevealed that there
is an excess of$6,220 that was
left unspent fromthe
many activitiesof the Fall term. Discussion fol-lowed about what to do with theexcess money.
ChrisHerbolsheimer moved to allocate
$1,000 to the
fund raiser commit-tee so that they
to get the
fund raiserunder way. The motion waspassed unanimously.Brad
then made amotion to allocate
printing of next
stu-dent phone directory. That votealso
Vetter then made
tion to create a new account forthese miscellaneous funds. Thisfund could
for the alloca-tion of money to different com-mittees and activities throughoutthe year as need
The vote forthis motion passed
the funds from the MSG's
PNC bank account
new Miscel-laneous account.
SACPresident Brian Marshall an-nounced that the band that theyare looking at most intensely forthe big concert for spring activi-ties weekend is The BarenakedLadies. The proposal of
andThe Goo Goo Dolls was alsobrought
as a possibility.Marshall also announced thatthe student
directories arenow out Copies are available atthe Union desk. Mercyhurst stu-dent Shantae Howard did thecover design for free.
cop-ies of the directory were printed.Many
believedthat the directories should havecome out earlier in the year, and
on how toget the production of the direc-tory
getthe directories out
soon as thestudents get here in September,"Senior rep Chris
said.MSG President Jessica
announced the schedule of eventsfor this year's fund raiser. Therewill be face painting and a 50-50raffle during the
Hockeygames well as the men's andwomen's Edinboro basketballgames.There also will be penny wars
classes from Feb. 5through
9.An auction of
MSG repre-sentatives will be held on March
Car bashing will be held onApril 1, April fools day. Studentswill be able to
oppor-tunity to "bash" an old car for a
few seconds.There also will be a formalMonte Carlo Night held on May
Students will be required todress in formal attire.
MERCYHURST ARCHAEOLOGICALINSTITUTE COMPLETES DIG
Digging began on Wednesday, Nov.
the addition of about 90parking spaces
the west side of the campus.
spaces willbe located along the west and south sides of the Mercyhurst Ice
the south sideof Baldwin Hall,
of the paving
by the first week
Thisshould help ease the parking problems for many of the commutersand also for the Mercy apartment residents and during athleticevents," Director of Security Bud Dever said.
To all those interested
shoveling snow around this campus.Please contact Mr. Bill Kerbush at 824-2273 with the necessary
be contacted.) Salary
There will be a prayer service celebrating the founding of theSisters of Mercy in Ireland 156 years
The service will run onTuesday,
12 at 4 p.m. in the Christ the King Chapel.
There has been a new office established here at Mercyhurst It is
direc-tion of Julia Williams George. The goal of
office is to provideservices and programs for minority students and to promote theawareness
multicultural ism among our educational community.Their mission is congruent
the Mission of the college and
Sisters of Mercy.
A small silver Christmas tree with lights was taken from the
of Egan Hall. The tree was the property of
by many. Sr. Carol Ann isasking for the return of
Ann can be contacted at ext 2473 and her office is located in #42Egan Hall.
P j SAC
would like to apologize
errors in the Student Directories. All commuters do have campusaddresses,
they were incorrectly labeled in Baldwin
There will be two free, one act theatre productions held in Zurn
The titles of the productions
These two productions will be held on
and 9,at 8 p.m.
School of Music
presents two performances of Handel'sMessiah.
p.m. and also 7:30 p.m.on
10 in Christ the King Chapel.
There will be
StudentUnion. All are invited to attend.
Christmas on Campus
Don't forget to attend Christmas on Campus this Saturday from
p.m. until 4 p.m.With funding made possible
heNational Geographic Society, ateam of eight from MercyhurstArcheological Institute spent 12
Nov. 19-30, mappingMeadowcraft Rockshelter ar-cheological site that were re-ex-cavated in 1994.
which is located about 30 milessouthwest ofPittsburgh, was firstexcavated by MAI director Dr.
James Adovasio in
the 1970's. Itis widely regarded as the oldestarcheological site in NorthernAmerica, with evidence of hu-man habitation dating to 14,000years
mapping site was
last phase of operations begunthere in August of 1994 to repairdamage
of the excavationcaused by severe weather condi-
crew are Allen
Rich Davis, Kary
Dufour,Kathy Pedler,Nina Larsen andChris Schaney.
monthly. Parttime / FulltimeWorld travel.
Carribean, Hawaii.] All
experience needed.Call: (520) 505-3123