North Carolina Newspapers

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NDUIWM
September 19, 1991
Serving the Elon College Community
Volume XVIII, Number 3
THIS WEEK
B On Tuesday, the Elon
College Counseling and
Support Staff is sponsoring a
"Friends and Lovers Seminar.”
How do you pick both? The
program will begin at 7 p.m.
in the Harper Center Lounge.
B Deborah Moses of the
Educational Testing Service
will be on campus Wednesday
to conduct a workshop on
Graduate Record Examinations.
Strategies for taking the test,
sample test, and other
preparatory tests will be
discussed and distributed. Stop
by Career Planning and
Placement to signup. The cost
is $5.
THE PAST
Thirteen years ago:
Daryl Hall and John Oates
appeared in concert at Elon on
October 1, 1978.
Two years ago: On June
16,1989, a tomado-like storm
ripped through the Elon
College area, leaving $300,000
worth of damage in its wake.
Six years ago; A large
number of new students forced
Elon to temporarily house
approximately 75-80 male
members of 1985’s freshman
class in Burlington's Best
Western Hotel. All of these
students moved onto campus
by the end of the fall semester.
inside
® Sidetrack Grille is open
^‘th a new menu. Check out
story on page 5.
® Battle of the bands was
aturday - Pictures and story,
page 6.
* Elon football player injured
at Saturday's game. See story,
page 9.
* Praternities rush a fewer
number of eligible men. See
page 8.
INDEX
^ilorials Page 2
^onimeniary Page 3
Cultural
Connection Pages 6, 7
JlPoru Page 9
^^'nics Page 11
Brett Holland/The Pendulum
College
coffee by
the fountain
Elon's own weekly
tradition finds faculty, staff
and students relaxing each
Thursday morning at 9:30.
It's a great way to get
acquainted. Come join the
crowd!
This week enjoy
blueberry muffins.
-JP/
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NCNB to
add teller
machine
Jennifer Hudson
The Pendulum
NCNB's Elon College branch
is expecting a teller machine to be
installed by mid-to-late November.
The new machine will be a
drive-up Automatic Teller Machine
(ATM) unit. It will be located on
the side of the building where the
drive-through window is located. A
canopy will cover the unit.
The teller machine will be a
handy asset to the community and
the students from Elon.
Currently, there are no teller
machines within walking distance
of the campus. The nearest
machine is located near the Holly
Hill Mall.
This dilemma has additionally
been an inconvenience for those
students without a car or a ride,
leaving them stranded without
money on the weekends.
See Machine, Page 12
Election of
SGA officers
scheduled
Brett Holland/The Pendulum
Palmer's message: live from the inside out
Jennifer Atkins
The Pendulum
On Tuesday. Parker J. P^er
challenged students and faculty at
Elon's fourth annual convocauon
to relate their own expenences to
writer, teacl^r and
activist delivered an address
entiUed. "Living
Out- Education,
“wChang.,-unto oaks.
Palmer urged the audience lo
"live from the inside out." "Most
of us are educated in a way where
the world is at arms length,"
Palmer said. Instead of entirely
using the world outside one’s self
to tell what truth is. Palmer said
one should consult their inner self
and enter into a dialogue with the
world so that discovering truth
becomes a two-way conversation.
Palmer reminded the crowd of
Rosa Parks, a black woman, who
made a decision to live from the
inside out and sat in the front (of
the white section) of a bus in
Montgomery, Alabama.
"One of the greatest problems
we must overcome is our deep and
common fears," Palmer said.
"Higher education has served to
create a friction where we escape
the world."
Palmer encouraged students to
share their life stories with what is
taught in class. Professors should
value students' insights. Palmer
said.
. See Convocation, Page S
Deborah Durkee
The Pendulum
On Tuesday, Sept. 24, the
Student Government Association
(S.G.A.) will hold its annual
freshman elections.
In addition to the open
freshman seats, the elections will
include five upperclass senate seats
and senior cla^ secretary-tieasurer.
"Applications are going fast,"
said Carter Smith, S.G.A.
president. More applications had
to be printed to keep up with the
demand, he said. Application
deadline was Wednesday.
"There's a lot of interest,
especially in the freshman class,"
See Election, Page 4
    

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