C.U.B. Organizes Social Life Yearbook Staff Optimistic l^w Club Has Plans To Educate The LAW CLUB would like to per sonally invite all new and returning students to participate in this year’s LAW CLUB. We have lined up an ex cellent fall program of events. This year's LAW CLUB will present guest speakers and filnns concerning aspects of the legal systenn. The LAW CLUB is an organization for all the members of the ST. ANDREWS community who wish to learn more about the legal process. It is the goal of the LAW CLUB to provide an educational service to the communi ty of ST. ANDREWS, in which we all may gain valubale knowledge about the legal system. James C. Rollen is the president. Radio station...Oh yeah, the radio station. Well it's 91.1 FM WSAP on your cable system. It's somewhat funny because not a lot of students know we even exist. For many peo ple it is a hassle to hook their stereos up to the cable. We understand this well. That is why it would be nice to Health-Science Club Are you a science major? Any science will do-biology, chemistry, physics, even psychology. If you are, you're eligible to join the Health- Sciences Club. We meet every other Monday night in the Wilmington Main Lounge. Our officers are: Howard Hall, president; John Lenham, treasurer: Michelle Taylor, secretary. Dr. Michael Torres and Or. Dennis McCracken are the advisors. Yearly dues are $3. This entitles you to a mouth watering steak dinner at our end-of-the-year Senior Roast. You remember steak, don't you? In addi tion to our Senior Roast, we have the phenomenal Mash Bash on February 21. Dress up like your favorite MASH character and "party up a storm." At regular Monday night meetings, the club views films, listens to guest speakers, or just talks. "Toilet Talk" will begin in two weeks. All sorts of helpful health hints will appear in every toilet stall on campus. Aside from being fun, being in the club helps one feel comfortable with the science professors, particularly the advisors. To join, show up at one of the meetings. Notices will be posted. The College Union Board, CUB, is a campus-wide organization concern ed with St. Andrews social life. Movies, comedians, bands, seminars and other social events are sup ported and-or sponsored by the CUB. The organization keeps a monthly college calendar to help dorms and clubs organize their social functions. It assists dorms and organizations with financial support and with ad vice on college regulations and how to publicize events. The CUB Is made up of the Social Chairs of each dorm, one member of the Black Student Union, one member of the College Christian Union, appointed chairpersons of various committees and elected of ficers of the CUB. The elected of ficers are: Lynn Comer, president; Lori Dickey, vice president; Betsy Chafin, secretary; Daily Diaz, treasurer. Beth Elliot, Assistant Dean of Students, is the group's advisor. CUB meets regularly on Wednesdays at 6:30 in the SGA of- have some up-to-date stereo broad casting equipment so we could broadcast over the air and avoid such troubles -it would be real nice. For us, it is just sad to think of the possibilities of the audience we could be reaching, and the many ways in which we could serve the communi ty. But don't get us wrong. We have a great time and play a lot of quality music. We offer a very diverse for mat of music from 6:00 mid night on weekdays, and from noon to midnight on weekends. We are very concerned and in terested in your opinions and help. If you have comments, suggestions, or would like to request a song, please call the station's line at ext. 380 or contact one of the officers. Hooking up to our broadcasts is possible by (1) buying a cable splitter which attaches to the cable going to Thirty-five St. Andrews students launched the Young Republican Club at the college with a bang on club fair day-the largest show of interest in the 16 year history of the club. Club elections last Thursday named the following Young Republican leaders: Ralph Paradiso, President; David Turner, First Vice President; Brian Greene, Second Vice President; Deborah Kelly, Secretary; John Hall, Treasurer. Ron Bayes will be the ad visor. fice. Everyone is welcome. If you have a question or comment that in volves student activities, please feel free to attend the next meeting. C.U.B. helped bring this elephant to Laurinburg as part of the Roberts Bros. Circus your television or (2) by removing the face plate of your cable outlet and at taching a wire which connects to your stereo. This year's station manager is John Sealey. Other officers are Joanne Ketch, Mark Sturdivant, Meg Ridgely, Lee Huber, and Gregory Treanor. Educator's Club SNCAE is the North Carolina Association of Educators' student program. Its purpose is to provide a pre-professional organization for education majors and other students who share an interest in the field of education. We hold various workshops and have monthly meetings with guest speakers from the education profession. All St. An drews students are invited to attend. Beth Atkins is the president. Amy McDonald is the vice-president. In addition to the elected leaders, chairpersons for the Broyhill for Senator, Hamby for Congress, Davis for State Legi^feture and Bill Good win for Scotland County Commis sioner were named. Goodwin will be the key speaker at a Young Republican cookout at the home of Professor Pete Prosser in the im mediate future. The Club meetings will generally be held on Wednesdays at 6:00 in the Meditation Room. As editor of the 1986-87 LAMPEf SHIELD, I am proud to announce that the yearbook is off to a great start. This is due to the outstanding sup port and interest of the St. Andrews community. The concern for having a successful yearbook was shown by the large turnout at the staff's first meeting. I have appointed Linda Keener to be assistant editor. Together we have chosen 12 section editors. Under these editors, a large staff of thirty-eight have been divided. Mark Powell, is the yearbook's ad ministrative advisor. The yearbook meets on Thursdays at 6:00 in Belk Meditation Room. All are still welcome to get involved and be a part of the staff. If anyone is interested in having their poetry or artwork printed in the yearbook, I can be contacted at Ext. 485 or at the Lance-Lamp& Shield uf- iice(LA185). Art Guild The St. Andrews community is lucky to have increased the strong support for the arts again this year through the help of the student Art Guild. Open to all interested students, the Art Guild organization provides the St. Andrews communi ty with an increased awareness and appreciation of the arts. This is ac complished by bringing artists and art events to the campus, through the maintenance and improvement of new or existing art facilities, and by providing art services for other student organizations and functions. The present members of the Art Guild are excited about this year's goals and projects. Many interested exhibits will be on display in the Vardell Art Gallery under the "Mon day Night in the Arts" program. Opened with an elaborate Celtic celebration, the Sculpture Garden should undergo a complete renova tion, in addition to the renovation of the Craft House to provide students with a place to create, display, and sell their pottery pieces. The Art Guild will also provide face painting for students on the eve of Halloween along with other fund raisers. If you are at all interested in the arts, business fields, service projects, or just want to have a good time and meet new people, please contact Jim Schmid at ext. 441. Students are always welcome at any Art Guild meetings. Desperately Seeking Equipment WSAP Broadcasts To Lonely Airwaves Young Republicans Organize

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