December 5, 200?
Volume 11 No. 7
Serving the Gardner-Webb University community for more than 60 years
T'he (PiCot staff wishes yo^a happy hofiday season
— In campus news —
David Johnson provided
students a personal view
of the genocide in Dar
fur. See page 2.
Find out what your
classmates are doing for
Christmas. See page 2.
A rash of fire alarms
send Stroup Hall resi
dents out into the cold.
See page 2.
Editor Rebecca Clark
discusses the genocide
in Darfur. See page 3.
Jacob Conley talks
about events that have
moved him to tears.
See page 3.
advises what not to get
friends and family for
Christmas. Page 3.
Radford handed GWU
its first home-court loss
of the season. Page 2.
Coach Shipman is very
optimistic about the
wrestling season. See
Cartee’s 10th the best concert yet
Folks had to be turned away from the Carl
Cartee Christmas concert Saturday in the Dover
“It’s a very good problem to have,” said Noel
Manning, director of University and Media Re
Manning said he is amazed that the event,
which benefits local people served by the Salva
tion Army, hasn’t lost steam in the decade that
it has been taking place. In fact, it’s picking up
“The outpouring of support amazes me every
year. People are coming to have fun, but they are
also coming to give to something grander.”
About 100 people had to be turned away,
which meant that all 555 seats in the theater were
filled. Some people were able to wateh from the
lobby, through the open doors, Manning said.
There’s no word yet from the Salvation Army
office about the amount of food and gifts collect
ed before the show. Manning said that typically
there are more than 1,000 pounds of food and
more than 100 toys donated.
Plans are already in the works for next year’s
show, which will be Dec. 6.
Above: Carl Cartee sings with chiidren.
Below, left: Cartee and wife, Heather.
Below: Fine Arts professor Susan Cariisle
Beii paints as Cartee sings.
Photos by Jessica Jones