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President Replaced by Intern
The board of trustees an
nounced earlier today that the
office of college president will be
made into an intern position in
the coming year. They are in the
process of searching for a student
intern to replace current college
president, Thomas Rueschling.
Citing financial reasons for the
change, the board says the
college will use this policy until the
school "gets back on its feet
Responding to the violent
demonstration of protest by
students during lunch in SAGA,
one board member said," It was
never our intention to permanently
replace the president with an
intern. However, because of our
financial status, we will look into
interns for the next few years."
A student upon hearing the state
ment made by the tmstee member
commented, ’That's just not a
good enough reason to replace
him. Students aren’t going to
stand for this. We never even got
the chance to get to know him.
A P.E. staff member also re
marked on the situation, "He’s
comes down to the gym every so
often and plays a little ball. He’s
not bad. We'll sure miss him."
The board also announced that
because of their decision, the
Bushoven Will Stage
Mecklenburg Must Go, He says
He's at it again. Neal Bushoven,
Chairperson of the Social Science
Department and resident activist,
is protesting once again. In an
attempt to draw attention to his
recent request to have Meck
lenburg destroyed and rebuilt,
Bushoven has vowed to sit naked
on the causewalk for an unstate
amount of time.
Bushoven supplied The
Glance with copies of the three
requests to have Mecklenburg
"obliterated, flushed into oblivion,
and sent to dormitory hell." The
requests spurred by the recent
rebuilding of "Chez Granville ,
calls for the residence hall to be
destroyed this spring and rebuilt
by next fall.
"I don’t consider this at all
unreasonable," said Bushoven,
"because students have the rig
to expect decent housing when
they attend college. As an R.D.
am forced to live with these
inauguration that was to be held
later this month, has been
A communications officer that
helped prepare the the inaugura^
invitations and booklet said What
a waste of time and money for the
board to make such a last fri'nut
decision and such a nice man. It s
^ A^Sent disappointed that the
inaugural dinner was ca"edj^
said "What a shock. The admini
stration is playing hockey with our
lives again. 1 was so looking
foward to the prime rib.
Rueschling, out of town on
college business could not be
reached for comment
residents. They want change b
are unsure as to achieve it. I m _
iust setting the wheels m mot on.
support of Bushoven s protest.
S president Greg Dorsey
S "We are behind Neal 100
SrceKe place is areals^
On any given day, you can walk
covered With unne. Thetioonn
roaches, 1 years to
Sitting on ^e we can
mation. Dean Greer stated that the
protest was immoral and "outra
"Dr. Bushoven is attempting to
allow students to have 'nput on »he
way things are run around liere.
He is encouraging them to be free,
critical thinkers. There's no place
for that on this campus^Besides
he's exposing them to S-E-X, sne
^^in a poll conducted by The
Glance, Bushoven seems to
have overwhelming support frorn
the student body.
consider Bushoven as an iwn o_
strength" and a "beacon of hope.
A great number say they plan to
join Bushoven in the
-Drastic times call for drastic
measures." said Bushoven.
welcome student 'Evolvemen but
don't want the thing to tum into an
orgy and for us to forget our
’°Sishoven plans to begin h^
naked sitting on Monday, Apnl 3 at
noon. Refreshments will be
provided by the
Residence Council. Dr. •
White will provide the latex
condoms "just in case.
The ever-protestlng Dr. Ne,l Bushover,
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Boy it's a hot one—
Time to hit Granville Beach
or Jim's, you decide.
Lake Ansley Fish Count.
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