Volume XVn, Number 17
Serving the Elon College Community
March 14, 1991
B Mentalist and Illusionist,
Craig Karges will be
performing Tuesday, Mar. 19
8 p.m. in Whitley. Be sure
lo catch his act!
■ The walls are up! Habitat
for Hunanity began building its
house for the Cooks on
Saturday. Come out this
'weekend and help. Contact
David Hendrixson at x 3677.
B Joseph Harahan will be
Sluing on the. "New
Historical Forces and Personal
Experiences," Thursday, Mar.
21, at 7:30 p.m. in Whitley.
Five years ago: Tuition
cost approximately half of
'vhat it will cost students for
the 1991-92 school year.
Tuition increased from $3,546
to $4,200, an increase of 15.6
® Professors participate in a
Fresh Start No-Smoking
program. See results. Page 5.
® Jeanne Robertson talks on,
"Professional Speaking? I'm
Just Trying to Pass the Class!"
See Story, Page 7.
® Track team places fourth in
a field of six schools. See
Story, Page 10.
Ths Connslls will bs pflrforming Sunday, April 7 in Alumni Gym.
The Connells are coming
with "One Simple Word"
S.U.B. and Student Activities
will present The Connells in
concert Sunday, Apr. 7 at 8 p.m.
in Alumni Gym.
Based in Raleigh, a breeding
ground for classic pop rock, the
fivesome began playing music in
1984 when guitarist Mike Connell
asked his youngw brothCT David, a
bass player to help start a band.
Soon to follow were lead vocalist
Doug McMillan; drummer, Peele
Wimberley; and guitar, keyboards
and vocals, George Huntley.
Since then. The Connells have
emerged as one of the south's
favorite rock bands.
The Connells' sound is
multidimensional and full of life.
Presently they are on tour with
their newest and fourth LP, One
Simple Word. Their original
songs are known for their well
thought out and intelligent lyrics.
Some of these songs include
"Stone Cold Yesterday", "Speak to
Me", and "Waiting My Turn".
Mike and George are the primary
lyricists and composers of The
Connells' unique and powerful
guitar-driven pop, found in these
The Connell tickets are not
available yet. When available,
they may be purchased for $5 per
Elon College I.D. in advance; $10
in advance for off-campus sales;
and $12 at the door for everyone.
On-campus students will pay
an extra $850 next year, the Elon
College Board of Trustees decided
Trustees approved the
college's budget for the 1991-92
school year with the increased
charges for students.
Tuition will increase from
$6,770 to $7,470 while the room
and board fees will be increased by
Trustees also approved a
health service charge of $50. The
total cost for tuition, room and
board for the 1991-92 school year
Proceeds from the health
service fee will be used to improve
See Budget,Page 4
Changes have been made in
the graduation requirements for all
students majoring in Business
Dean of the Love School of
Business, Thomas Tiemann, said
most courses in accounting,
business administration and
economics will change from three
semester hours to four semester
hours of credit These changes will
be effective as of Fall 1991.
Tiemann said business
students are said to be lacking in
analytical, problem solving and
communication skills. "This is a
weakness in all Business schools,"
See Business, Page 9