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IP'mIhJiIAUW/ Mark Gridley, guest speaker i jca. and African Mask 8 PM Hagan Choral Room Monday Mar. 8 Kim Biglin, soprano Senior Voice Recital 8 PM Magan Choral Room Saturday Apr. 3 Ram Showcase Singers Statha Osborne, Director 8 PM Hagan Choral Room Monday Apr. 5 McLaurin and Bridges, duo-keyboardists "Bach to BoUing" 8 PM Hagan Choral Room Monday Apr. 19 St. Andrews Chorale Stephen Shearon, Director 8 PM Vardell Lobby Monday Apr. 26 Highland Girls Choir Spring Concert Lin Bratcher and Deb Bridges, Directors 8 PM Hagan Choral Room »»*»»***»»***»»»*»»»»*»»*»*** Monday May 3 TBA "AKer Egos" St. Andrews Faculty reveal hidden musical taknt! also Community Music Program Theatre Class Presentation Summer Brock, Director Fn\‘ itditussion for all nvnls W AIRFARES EUROPE &ASIA n Special Student ond Faculty Airfares Scheduled Major Airlines - No Charters SO U.S. Departure Cities ^75 Foreign Destinations Internatiorxil Student Exchange ID Cards International Faculty ID Cards International Youth Hostel Hondbooks Eurail and Britroil Passes Let's Go Europe Guides American Express Trovelers Cheques Groups or Individuals ASK ABOUT OUR EXPRESS ID CARD SERVICE ou^^hjfw in Student Trovtl’ m to: , INC. EXCHANGE FLU 5010 E. Shea Blvd., Suite A-104 Scottsdale, A2 85254 USA or Coll: code here (602) 951-1700 n ^9 FLGhfTS® Nome: Street; ^ Qly: Stole. Zip: ' —J Operation: Spring Break '93 DAYTONA BEACH, Ha —It is time to start planning for Spring Break 1993. Daytona Beach, Florida is still the premier destination for Spring Break. From mid-February through mid-April, thousands of stu dents throughout the United States and Canada will travel to Daytona Beach. Spring Break has drawn crowds as large as 200,000-400,000. and 1993 should be just as busy. Some of the events in the planning stages for 1993 are: * Much music, Canadian Music Television, broad casts and concerts * Tenth Annual Miss Hawaiian Tropic Interna tional Pageant * Volleyball and softball * Molson’s Obstacle Course * College Music Showcase Rock Concert * Product expos games and giveaways * Annual “Largest Qass” picture on the beach * 25 annual Easter Beach Run * And of course, plenty of sun!!! in aaaiiion, iwu American favorites—^play boy and basketball—are com bined to bring visitors 2-in-l ftm! The terms “pick & roll, hitting the open m an, running the floor” and “crashing the boards” take on a whole new meaning at the annual Play boy/Schick Spring Break, 3 on 3 Basketball Tournament on March 8-12, 15-19 and 22-26. The tournament will take place on the Ora Street Lot south of Holiday Inn Boardwalk. Registration begins at 10 a.m. with tournament play from 11-5 p.m. Meet Playboy playmates through out the event. Free t-shirts will be given to all entrants with prizes at each round. The winning team each week will receive $3000. As Spring Break’93 marks the beginning of spring baseball around the United States, Daytona Beach has all one can handle. The Daytona Beach Spring Break College Baseball Jamboree has games scheduled throughout the month of March at Jackie Robinson Ball Park, located just a short walk from the beach. Each day from March 8 through the 31. up to 3 games a day will be played. Some of the teams are Bluefield State College, Con necticut State. Cornell, Kean College, Bethune-Cookman, ERAU, William Patterson and more. Vacation at Daytona Beach will also include wres tling matches and hocky. The Ocean Center of Daytona Beach will present matches onMarch20at7:30p.m.,and the Daytona Beach Sundevils will take to the ice for Sun shine Hockey League activ ity on March 21,22 and 23 at 7:30 p.m. For more informa tion on accommodations, con tact tour representatives on campus or DESTINATlONj DAYTONA!, the Gonverifion and Visitors’ Bureau for Daytona Beach at 1-800-854- 1234. Purgatory Do you want me - Or what I could do for you? we could get undressed for a while, of course it doesn’t matter it’s cold in here under the sheets, cold like a shoulder or a distant stare, it’s not cold in there. Far you - take a look at me, would you? could you see a little to what was true? it’s so dark in here- staring out I’m not reaUy sure how I feel about you or anything except I know I could point to any star and from you it couldn’t be as far as I am. An example of social life decline?: Partying on campus By Lucian H. Neal St. Andrews tradition holds that Granville dormj. tory throws “killer” parties with a very good band, vari ous little parties and every thing else. If one asked a sophomore, junior or senior if last Saturday night’s pany was comparable to pastyears’ parties, he/she would prob ably have to say no. The dorm had a good band, and to play pop as well as rock is a rarity at St. Andrews^ y Although tlie band was “above average,” one thing was lacking. A large crowd of people was not there. One could easily tell this the next morning by noticing the lack of beer cans and bottles in the recycling bins. These large,blue crates usually have a great number of beer cans over flowing the edges of cato- ceptacle the morning after such a party. Being one of the first dorm parties of 1993 and the weather still cool may have been two of the reasons for the rare-sized crowd. Bui it still allowed students an opportunity to socialize and catch up in friendships. One such friend was Kathryn Finger who studied inEurope during winterterm. She missed socializing with her friends and also the bon fires while she was away. She remained in and around the courtyard socializing and dancing near the warmth of the flames in its center. Students of Granville built the large fire under su pervision when the tempera ture dropped into the mid-to- upper 30’s. Most everyone stcx)d either around it talking and drinking, mingled in vari ous suites or gathered in the larger Activities of Daily Liv ing apartments. Sean Virkler, a former student of SL Andrews who transferred to NC State inRaleigh. visited too. When I saw him in Albemarle, we were both deathly quiet with surprise. Wehadnotseennor talked to each other since May of 1992 when Sean trans ferred. Weproceededtowalk back to my ADL#6 talking, catching up along the way.

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