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Starting the show was the perennial
house opening favorite Dillon Fence
who delivered its pop-rock funk in
typical Fence style - casual and
well, sort of goofy. Dillon Fence is'
a band that plays its upbeat originals
the best with big crowds, especially
ones full of fencehead followers. Alas
at 9 p.m. there just weren't that many
people on the dance floor, let alone
in the building. But given a little time
and a few more people, by half-way
through the band's set, the floor was
full and rocking.
Following Dillon Fence was . . .
the Black Girls? Have you ever heard
Dillon Fence or the Black Girls?
Moreover, did you ever even consider
the possibility of them playing in the
same show? It was a little weird, but
so was the whole night. And since
it was benefiting a station that quite
willingly follows hardcore with coun
try, perhaps it was appropriate.
The Black Girls are a trio of
women, dressed in black, whose
lyrics, instrumental and whole style
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But Brock Dickinson (Dist. 13)
said Lambda clearly states that
editorial views do not necessarily
reflect the opinion of the CGLA.
"The CGLA is in no way claiming
these are its viewpoints, that these are
the only viewpoints or that it's going
to act on these viewpoints necessar
ily," Dickinson said.
Dickinson also said the passages
McNeill highlighted did not show a
political bias, but a reporting of facts.
"To attack this publication based
on reporting information, I find
personally offensive," he said.
McNeill said more students voted
on the CGLA referendum than the
other five referendums, making it a
legitimate indicator of student opin
ion. "You say you don't want to (listen)
to the CGLA referendum, saying it's
less credible or less valid than the
other referendums," McNeill said.
"That's irrational because they're all
measuring the same thing: campus
McNeill also said it was unfair to
compare the CGLA with the Black
Student Movement, because he said
homosexuals are not a legitimate
"I believe you're clearly born black,
but you are not clearly born gay,"
he said. "We all have a reasonable,
rational choice of what our sexual
But Curtis Small (Dist. 5), who told
the congress he was a homosexual,
said it was ludicrous to say anyone
would choose to be homosexual.
"It's ridiculous to say someone
would choose to be a gay man or
lesbian in this society, where they
know they're going to be oppressed.
"In this society, I would not have
this life put on my worst enemy,"
Small also said the CGLA provides
invaluable support to homosexuals
and does not exist to promote
"The CGLA has nothing to do with
making people what they are," he
said. "They already are."
Don Suggs, CGLA chairman, said
he was happy with the outcome of
the vote but was frustrated that the
CGLA is scrutinized more than other
groups who seek funding.
"I'm angered at the difficulties we
have to go through Suggs said. "All
these issues are not brought up for
Suggs said he doubted the contro
versy would go away. "It's the same
discussion every year," he said. "I
don't think it's going to change
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like the Steele and South buildings,"
he said. .
The RHA passed a resolution at
its regular meeting Thursday stating
its opposition to the displacement of
the Circus Room and the use of
residence hall facilities in Cobb by the
Admissions Office. But RHA
members found out Friday that the
decision to expand the admissions
office into the Circus Room had
already been made, Randolph said.
"We're concerned that students
were consulted so late in the process,"
he said. "It's almost the end of the
year, and we have no adequate way
. of gauging student opinion."
There is no timetable for the project
yet, but the RHA doesn't want to see
Circus Room services discontinued
on North Campus this summer,
Residents and Morehead Confed
eration government officials met in
Cobb Residence Hall Sunday night
to inform residents of the move,
"We want to make sure there is
continuous service and the Circus
Room doesn't just disappear," Hardy
said. "I don't think the residents will
be too upset as long as it stays in
are beautiful yet at the same time very
disconcerting. With the violin, guitar
and keyboards in use, one word pops
to mind emotion. These women
aren't just fooling around, they've got
a lot to say.
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they have a song fervent and
melodious ones and play with
excellent musicianship and vocals.
Influenced by classical just as much
by folk and rock, the Black Girls are
truly amazing. YouH either love the
band or hate it, yet you can't help
but respect its ability and
And yet another complete switch,
with the third band of the night
Enormous Boy, formerly Teasing the
Korean: LOUD, really LOUD. It
might be a grand and eloquent
statement to say that performing and
watching music is a communal
experience for everyone; but when
you can feel the THUMP, THUMP
of the bass travel from the floor,
through your toes and finally reach
your throat, maybe it really is.
This is thrash at its best a good,
fast and hard beat. If image and stage
presence are half of a band's live
performance, then Enormous Boy
has a show for you even if you don't
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like its music. Bring your combat
boots the next time you see this band,
because it puts on a hell of a good
Rounding out the evening was A
Picture Made all the way from
Pittsburg, Kan. I've been there, and
it's no wonder the members started
up their band. A Picture Made plays
an intense rock 'n' roll, be it a slow
song or a fast one. The lead singer
was quite emotional throughout,
strangling his microphone and drop
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ping to his knees. Maybe it was a
sincere and heartfelt emotion, but it
seemed an awful lot like a Midwestern
imitation of Bono.
Not that there was anything par
ticularly bad about the band's per
formance, just nothing really out
standing. And it hardly topped that
of the earlier three bands from North
All in all, the WXYC benefit was
five hours of a great variety of rock,
something that everyone could enjoy.
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