The Bulldogs have a record of 1-1 after splitting first two games
see page 3
No. 3 September 23,1993
The Official Campus Newspaper
Boiling Springs, NC
GWU holds Parent Weekend September 25-26
by Mark Dixon
The SEA congratulates the football team
on their victory over Lees McRae. Now we are
looking forward to parents weekend on Sep
tember 25 - 26.
We encourage every parent of a Gardner-
Webb student to attend these two days so that
they might gain a better understanding of the
departments and atmosphere of Gardner-Webb
On Saturday at 9:30 a.m., the annual
Parent’s Association Meeting will be held in
the Dover Theatre. All parents are members of
the association and are invited.
A social hour with the faculty follows the
meeting and it will be held at 10:45 a.m. in the
DCC Banquet Hall. This is an excellent time
for parents to meet the professors from each
department in a friendly atmosphere on cam
After a morning of meetings, parents
have the opportunity to enjoy a picnic lunch at
the DCC before heading to Earnest W. Spangler
Dr. Bottoms consults his Psyche in order to welcome
parents during last year's Parent Weekend.
Stadium to cheer for the Bulldogs.
On Saturday, the Runnin' Bulldogs will
be in action against Newberry College. This is
an exciting year for Bulldog sports as they
compete in their inaugural season in the NCAA
Then, following dinner is an "Evening of
Jazz" featuring j-Street in the DCC Banquet
Hall. This band is back for its second appear
ance at Gardner-Webb and adds a little class,
style, and sophistication to the evening.
So put a little action into your day with
the Runnin' Bulldogs and jazz up your night
with the soothing sounds of j-StreeL
The observatory will also be open begin
ning at 9 p.m. with Tom English on hand for
tours and information.
Sunday activities includes a student-led
worship service at 10:30 iti the Dover Chapel.
This is a weekend you do not want to
miss. For more information regarding this
annual event, contact Audrey Sloan in room
237 of the DCC.
Parents may attend meals in the cafeteria
located in the DCC. Non-students must pay at
the door. Coffee will be served during regis
tration on Saturday in the concourse of the
An Evening of Jazz
by Andy White
This Parent Weekend, the smooth sounds
of j-Street will echo through the Dover The
atre. Listeners with a taste for hot jazz should
not miss this promising band.
Students may remember j-Street from
their performance on campus last February.
Since then, good things have been happening
with the group who have only been together for
Their Shelby debut was in August when
they opened for nationally known jazz vocal
ist, Marie Howell.
That appearance led to opening slots for
Najee, Sade, and Digable Planets earlier-this
GWU alumnus Llare Scott leads the band
on keyboards. Bassist Harold Brown, sax man
Clyde Cumberland and drummer Ben Brown
complete the group.
Often compared to Kenny G and David
Sandbom, j-Street's own brand of contempo
rary jazz is catching the ear of some very
"(The band) is very excited about aU the
positive things that are happening," said Scott
who invites everyone to "an exciting evening
See j-Street on Saturday at 8 p.m. in the
f Parent Weekend Schedule |
Saturday, September 25
8:30 - 9:30 a.m.
Parent Weekend Registration
Annual Parents' Association Meeting
Social Hour with Faculty
On your own
An Evening of Jazz
Sunday, September 26
Student-led Worship Service
A Look Back ■
page 2 Faculty Q & A ■
page 3 Ed Clark Profile
page 3 Sports ■■■■■■
page 3 Have a nice day!