Graduation Countdown 8 More Days! T€Stat(K)ClI)tS ance St. Andrews * S t N 6 w s p a p e r •yten*n Co9]«j|^ MAY( 11 Vol. 30, No.^ St. Andrews Presbyterian College Laurlnburg, N.g. T^y 1992 Who ever said take-home's were easy? SENIORS Tomorrow Night get ready to be LAUNCHED Knight Talk is show ing on Wednesday nights at 6:00 p.m. on channel 16. Ev erybody watch. It's about us. New Director Peggy Floyd has been named as the new admissions director. She will take over on June 1st. Peggy is currently working with special projects and transfer ser vices in the Admissions Office. Until recently she worked at Scotia Village, helping to re cruit residents. Peggy is somewhat of a St. An drews alum. She has been the Director of Developement and brings a wealth of knowledge and experi ence to her new posi tion. Good luck to you Peggy! Rsian Studies Conference Lorrie Jean staff Writer St. Andrews Presbyterian College is hosting a conference to link liberal arts colleges with under graduate Asian studies programs on April 25-26 in Pinehurst, N.C. The two-day conference is sponsored by the United Board for Christian Higher Education in Asia and designed to develop the Arts and Sciences Institutions Asian Network (A.S.I.A.N.). "The United Board of Christian Higher Educa tion in Asia wants to build this network of colleges as an occidenul complement to the network of oriental colleges. The benefits are enormous in terms of study and travel. I'm gratified by the overwhelmingresponseof colleges across thecoun- try. I'm very proud that St. Andrews is able to host this conference," said Dean Benson, director of the conference. Benson added, "The heart of the conference is brainstorming and creating the network. We plan to clarify what its nature, resources, and structure will be. We want to stretch resources between the U.S. and Asia." Featured speakers are: Julia Ching, professor of religious studies, philosophy, and east Asian stud ies, Donald L. Keene, Shincho professor of Japa nese, William H. Gleysteen , Jr., president of the Japan Society, William Malm, professor of ethnomusicology, and David Vikner, president of the United Board for Christian Higher Education in Asia. The conference will end with a lecture/demon stration and concert on Asian ethnomusicology. Albermarle: President - Rob Bennett Vice President - Scott Norris Social Chair - Rosie Von Canon Concord: President - Tiffani Orange Vice President - Muffin Moyer Social Chair - Vicki Evans Granville: President - Kaille Padgett Vice President - Doug Snyder Social Chair - (pending)* Highland: President - Shad Luedke Vice President - Michael Lessig Social Chair - Karen Dickerson (p) Mecklenburg: President - Garreth Griffith Vice President - Ben Weiss Social Chair - Matt Bachman Orange: President - Charles Young Vice President -Beth Chesnutt Social Chair - Will Ray (p) *(p) = pending approval from Registrar.

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