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4 December 14,1994
The Official Campus Newsp^jer
Boiling Springs, NC
SGA investigation raises many questions and concerns
by Jason Farr
Due to recent allegations, the Student Gov
ernment Association has voted to begin the im
peachment procedures of their current President,
The motion was made to begin the proce
dure by Crystal Higgins. She asserts that Miller
has not lived up to all the expectations of the Of
fice of the Resident.
For instance, members of the Senate allege
that one of the first duties of the new President is
to appoint both a judicial council and an elections
committee and that this was not done by Miller.
They also claim that Miller could not give no rea
sonable explanation for this omission.
An investigating conmiittee has been formed
to look into these allegations. This committee.
“ I have no desire to run for another
office while here at Gardner-Webb Univer
sity. You can quote me on that.”
^pointed by Kevin Bess, SGA Vice-President, is
made up of Heather Barnes, Amanda Williams, and
Because of this investigation, there have also
been many accusations against former Vice-Presi-
dent and President Pro-Temp of the Senate, Jeff
Price. These accusations against Price state that
he supports Miller’s impeachment because he
wants the position he lost to Miller in last spring's
“This is not true,” says Price. “I have no de
sire to nm for another office while here at Gardner-
Webb University. You can quote me on that.”
In any case, should Miller be impeached, the
current Vice-President, Kevin Bess, would assume
the position of President and a new election would
be held to determine a new Vice-President
Since the motion to impeach Miller was
made, both Price and Bess have seen an improve
ment in Miller's job performance.
“John has picked up his pace a lot,” says
Price. “I have a lot more respect for him now than
“Also, just because the motion was made to
begin the impeachment procedure, it doesn’t mean
that Miller will automatically be impeached,” says
Price. “ Once the investigation committee reports
on its findings, it will be up to them to call for a
vote of impeachment. It will then take a 2/3 ma
Price encourages all students to voice their
opinions to any member of the*Senate.
Week of final exams brings out the
One writer's quest to find the weirdest and fiinniest
“We get togethCT and have a spades mara
thon down on the ground floor of Lutz,” said Ja
son Farr. “It’s a great way of relieving stress the
by Michelle Hill
“I actually study,” said Destinee Jones when
asked what kind of weird things she does to i^e-
pare for exam week. “But saiously, I do notice
that I call home more that week than any othCT
week, because I guess I'm und^ a lot of stress.”
night before finals, and we welcome any chal
Students do some i»-etty unusual things
anyway, but the week of finals can make them just
a little weirder. Jenny Prince said, “I eat slices of
best in everyone
raw cookie dough.” Apparently something good
on the tummy can make smdying go a bit easier.
“I just drop studying-everything—and
get a bunch of friends together and we all go to
the Waffle House around 2 a.m.,” said Heidi
Gardn^. Talk about weird. That's crazy-it's al
most suicide. Why would you subject yourself to
indigestion? I don't think that would be a valid
excuse for not taking the exam.
When asked what he does, E.J. Dolce
replied, “I sleep.” That makes sense. I guess.
Shouldn't you be STUDYING E.J.?
“Well, I don't do anything weird while
I'm studying, but I do take my Winnie the Pooh
bear to class for finals,” said Petra Orloff. What’s
her reason? “I just like having a friend with me.
And that's all for this writer and her search
for the weird and unexpected study habits of stu
dents during exam wedK.
Good Luck to everyone on your finals.
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