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CAMPUS LIFE
March 5,1991
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SGA Report
Society Column
By Tina Carter
Sarah Cooper
Jane Karpenske
Featured Columnists
The past two weeks have been a time of great tension on the St. An
drews campus. Heated debates over the war in the Gulf have left St. An
droids divided into two distinct factions. St. Andrews has always been a
strong community however, and in spite of our differences we have been
partying together quite a bit, especially now that the war is over. As we
sat down to write this column, we realized that one of the main ways we,
as St. Andrews students, have acted as a whole over the past two weeks
is our seeming lack of coordination and common sense. We have
therefore compiled a list of:
The Top Ten Stupid Moves Made by St. Andrews Students in the
Past Two Weeks
1. Chris Nagle lights Eric Corbett’s door on fire just to catch a buzz.
2. Epidemic of wild chin hair growth sweeps campus. Do guys actu
ally think this is attractive or do they just have cold chins?
3. Cup tries to start a new dance craze-the knee dislocater.
4. Jamie Donaldson crashes and burns while attempting to walk on
fire.
5. Neet Hair Remover is maliciously poured into the shampoo in the
men’s locker room- resulting in the total baldness of several baseball
players.
6. Badih mistakes his arm for a Camel Light and catches it on fire in
Orange Courtyard.
7. The boys of Meek jump on Albemarle’s Mardi Gras floats in an
attempt to save the campus after mistaking them for actual dragons.
S.Senioritis kicks in, dozens of seniors run naked into Lake Ansley
Moore.
9. Bill Cox throws himself down the hill of Granville after learning
that the Senior Party kegs are dry.
10. Rugby players Kerry Smith and Scott Gregory begin to believe
they are actual rhinos and charge each other. Unfortunately, the collision
failed to knock the sense back into either one of them.
The two big parties of the last couple of weeks were Mardi Gras and
Rugby’s charity benefit. Mardi Gras was by far the best party Albemarle
has ever thrown. It was obvious that the residents spent a great deal of
time working on the decorations and they looked great. Every partygoer
went home with a smile and a ton of cheap jewelry.
The rugby benefit was also a huge success. All the bands were terrific.
Everyone loved listening to Paul Bullard, Ward Conant, and Kaille
Padgett sing. Prediction: 1996-Pipe Dreams receives Best New Artist
Grammy. While the bands were great the bonfire wasn’t. It never really
got going. Nevertheless, everyone had a good time. The rugby team threw
another great party.
Well, that’s about it. We’ll see you after Spring Break. Have a great
one! Remember, we saw what you did and we know who you are!
By Abe VanWingerden
Senate President
Student Government is hard at
work again and this had led to some
success as we have begun the spring
term. First, I would like to once again
encourage each of you to keep press
ing forward with the recycling effort.
The City of Laurinburg has been
pleased with the effort over the first
two weeks, but we need more effort
and participation if this is to become a
long term success.
On another note, the Student Sen
ate has passed a proposal concerning
smoking in SAGA. After much de
bate over every available option, the
Senate decided to pass a proposal
which created smoking and non
smoking areas in the dining area.
Under the proposal, the cove and the
front half of SAGA by the salad bar
will become non-smoking areas. The
back-half of the dining area will be
reserved for smoking. This policy will
not be enforced with rigid punish
ment, but with common courtesy. The
Senate also realized that this idea is
not perfect, so this proposal will be
reviewed in April. Also, there will be
a slot on the general ballot in April
with the question being proposed
whether smoking should be allowed
or disallowed in the dining hall. This
vote will involve a simple yes or no.
The Senate will then analyze this in
formation and decide which avenue
to take. If you have any suggestions or
comments on this issue, contact your
respective Senator.
Thirdly, the Senate has recieved
the results of the Student Life survey
that was given in November concern
ing the performance of the Student
Life Staff. These results produced
some interesting numbers, and they
have given us the information needed
as we chart our course for the future.
The results will be published to the
entire community in the next couple
of weeks when a final report is avail
able.
Lastly, it is difficult to print all of
the information and activities of Stu
dent Government, so I hope that you
will take the opportunity to attend a
Senate meeting in the near future. We
meet on Monday at 9:00 pm in the
SGA Conference Room, which is
downstairs in the Belk Center. These
meetings are open to the entire St.
Andrews community, and they usu
ally last about one hour. Also, if you
have any concerns or questions, please
contact Bill Cox or myself at 277-
0560.
Rhinos Scorched by
the Devils
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By Abe VanWingerden
Staff Writer
Having not played a match in over
three weeks, the Rhinos traveled to
Durham on Saturday for a match with
the Duke Graduate School. As has
been the norm whenever the Rhinos
play the Blue Devils, the field was one
huge mud bath due to a combination
of overnight showers and a previous
game that was played on the field
prior to the Rhinos-Blue Devils
matchup. This made the game fun for
the fans who traveled up from Lau
rinburg, but it made it difficult for
both teams who spend most of the
match picking themselves up off the
ground due to the muddy conditions.
The match was physical through
out with much of the action being
controlled in the scrum play due to the
experience of both teams. But the
Blue Devils were able to break through,
on two separate occassions in the first
half to take an early 12-0 lead. The
Rhinos then seemed to pick up their
intensity, but as the playing condi
tions worsened, it became more diffi
cult to mount an offensive surge. The
Rhinos were able to convert on a
penalty kick by Mike Pesakis to make
the halftinie score 12-3 in favor of the
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Blue Devils.
The second half was controlled by
the Rhinos as much of the action took
place in their half of the field. But the
Blue Devils withstood each offensive
push by the Rhinos with strong team
defense. The Blue Devils were able to
add one more score near the end of the
game which made the final score 18-
3 in favor of the Blue Devils.
The second game was much of the
same story except that the conditions
worsened. With only twenty players
in uniform due to injuries to some key
players, the Rhinos were worn down
by the Blue Devils who were able to
field fifteen new players in the second
game. The first half was evenly played.
but the Blue Devils score repeatedly
in the second half as darkness began
to fall upon the field. The Rhinos were
able to test some players at new posi
tions which will undoubtedly help
them in the future as the state tourna
ment approaches in April.
The Rhinos are now 0-4, but they
travel to Davidson this weekend to
face a team who is not in the upper
bracket of teams as is Carolina and
Duke Graduate School. The Rhinos
have beaten Davidson on two previ
ous occassions but have also fell to
Davidson on two other occassions, so
this should be an interesting and hotly
contested match. Anyone who wishes
to attend can obtain directions from
any of the Rhinos.
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