A Product of Shattered Minds
Students Boycott Class
in Protest Over New
’Galludet Is Our Inspiration,"
From Luau to
Last Tuesday, Albermarle's dorm
council announced their decision to change
the building's name to "Dorm from Hell."
The original choice was to call the
dorm "Home of the Lei," but was turned
down by Dean Loftus. The decision to use
the second choice was deemed acceptable
after complaints were submitted by several
Both names were chosen and cre
ated by the students and cleared for ap
proval by Dean Loftus. Loftus explained
that his approval was not necessary but was
done outof courtesy to the dorm. According
to Loftus, it was done so that he would not
Also announced was the recall of
t-shirts printed with the dorm's original
name. "We felt that the old shirts would
cause confusion among perspective stu
dents, one resident said. Jock Wheeler
could not be reached for comment
Campus Housing Shortage
Alternate Housing Sources Sought
Hundreds of St Andrews students P™'®®''I'®
Dr. Thomas Reuschling, Absentee Preside
Administra^^'is are trying hard to
Students boycotted classes and uncertain situation.
filled Harris Courts today to protest what “When you get right down to it,
student leaders call the “unconscionable Faculty Search Advi-
decision”to allow recently named Presi- Committee to the Board of Trustees, I
dent Thomas Reuschling to serve his term don’t^ememberanyoneevertalldng^b^^^^
without actually being in Laurinburg.
St. Andrews students are having
to become more creative and more patient
in their approach to campus housing, ac
cording to the campus Housing Director.
“We are having to consider al
ternate places to house many students,
she said. “Places that, five years ago
would have been considered unsuitable,
are now being fought for.”
The current dorm room crunch is
the result of one of the largest ever enter
ing classes, which arrived last fall, and the
college policy of refusing to allow students
to live off-campus.
“I think it’s the fault of Admis
sions,” she said. “If she hadn’t gone out
and gotten all those extra students we
wouldn't have anything to worry about.
Students look^ alternate
housing in light
current campus overcrowding
“They took their inspiration from
the students at Galludet,” said one obvi
ously pleased faculty member who asked to
remain anonymous. “They (the students)
really feel they have a legitimate gripe
here, and I agree.”
Reuschling was named St. An
drew s President at the beginning of the year
and has visited the campus.
“These visits are okay,” said one
student leader. “Butit’skind oflikeliving
in abroken home, where you only get to see
— to the Board of Trustees,"! wouian t nave anyunug ^
an actual date for ° One student we spoke with
thoughtsurelysomeonewoddhave^^^^^^ lives on top of the covered walkway
to him (Reuschling) about it, but between LA and Morgan-Jones. “It’s re-
Whatever the outdoors,” He said.
Reuschling’s absence. St_ “Sure, it’s a litUe chilly m the
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j t cJiH “Just like our brothers and chnsimas anyway. And when the housing
sistersat . ’ ^gourpowertoget discoum off a regular room, Ijumped at
whatwewantandare g thechance.While this displaced student
“Our demands are simple,” the seems happy enough, the ScoUand County
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student sai^. or we want nlans an inspection of the campus m the
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