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gets gun cabinet
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No. 8 November 15,1993
The Official Campus Newspaper
Boiling Springs, NC
Senate passes new visitation policy for GWU
by Mark Dixon
The Student Senate of the Student Gov
ernment Association met on November 2 in
the Dover Campus Center at 6:30 p.m.
The stated topic of discussion was in
creased visitation. Visitation is a very strong
topic among students on the campus. The
SGA Executive Officers along with the Stu
dent Senate are listening to the concerns and
conveying the will of the student body.
Senior Class President Richard Ambrose,
during a call for new business, made the mo
tion for extended visitation on the weekends
and was seconded by Senior Class Senator
The hours placed on the floor were as
follows: Fridays 3:00 -12:00 a.m. Saturdays
12:00 - 12:00 a.m. except during home foot
ball games and Sundays 1:00 - 10:00 p.m.
Discussion took place on the floor among
senators, class officers, and Student Govern
ment Executive Officers on the advantages
and the disadvantages of increased visitation
for our campus community.
Stroup girls practice with a visiting "net," Corby.
The legislation was voted on and passed
with a vote of fourteen for the legislation and
five opposed. The executive officers met on
Wednesday November 3 and voted on the
visitation policy presented from senate and
approved unanimously. They are passing the
legislation to the E. Jerome Scott, dean of
student development as a letter of recommen
dation, with the backing of both Student Sen
ate and the executive officers.
see Visitation page 5
New Visitation Policy
as proposed by the
Friday 3:00-12:00 a.m.
Saturday 12:00 p.m. - 12:00 a.m.
Sunday 1:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.
Christ during week-
by Julianne Kuykendall
Gardner-Webb had the privilege of host
ing an area "Celebration for Christ" Crusade
with Bill Glass during the week of October 31
through November 7.
Glass, a former All-American at Baylor
University and All-Pro defensive-end for the
Cleveland Browns, is in much demand as a
speaker and is nationally known for his minis
try to prisoners, where his message on winning
'Your sole job is not to be a moral
ity policeman. Your job is to present
Christ to them."
attitudes has changed countless lives.
His positive attitude toward winning pre
sented itself in his sermons, during Dimen
sions, and explosively during his bold "pep
talk" to Gardner-Webb's football team at the
close of Friday night's service.
Gardner-Webb students involved them
selves dramatically in preparation for and dur
ing the Crusade. Students prepared for the
celebration by participating in the "Concert of
Prayer" led by Campus Ministry Intern,
Suzanne Reece. At this concert, students prayed
fervently for the Crusade that God would
move in a mighty way on the campus of
Gardner-Webb and in the lives of it's students.
A Phone-a-Thon allowed students to call
local church groups and individuals of Boiling
Springs and the surrounding area to come be a
part of the Crusade.
Leslie Whitney trained 30 students to be
counselors, which represented nearly 30% of
the entire body of Crusade counselors. All 30
of Gardner-Webb's counselors were needed
on Youth Night, where 105 youth made deci
sions for Christ
Bill Glass graciously received and re
sponded to student's questions at the weekly
Fellowship of Christian Athletes on Thursday
When asked his opinion on how students
could effectively witness to the college peers,
Bill Glass said, "Your sole job is not to be a
morality policemen. Your job is to present
Jesus Christ to them."
Senate meets with a
by Kevin Bess
Many things were accomplished at the
last senate meeting, with all members being
Senator Tina Duncan reported that the
constitution committee met on October 25.
Students will be given a chance to express any
concerns and offer any suggestions for im
proving the constitution during a forum sched
uled for November 15 at 8 p.m. in the DCC
Monday, November 15
8:00 p.m., DCC Banquet Hall
She stressed that this would not be a
debate. It will be an exchange of ideas between
students and members of the SGA and the
Student Life Committee.
Senator Beverly Cooper came forward
with the food committee report. Students will
receive a survey from the food service to
see Senate page 3
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