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Volume 78 Issue"i3^
SEEGER TO VISIT
Programs on simplifica
tion of life, current issues
facing Quakers and personal
involvement in a landmark
Supreme Court ruling on
conscientious objection will
be presented by Dan Seeger
during his visit to Guilford,
Seeger will be on campus
as the inaugural Judith
Weller Harvey Distin
guished Quaker Scholar.
Seeger is executive direc
tor of Pendle Hill, a Quaker
think tank. For more details,
contact Max Carter, x 2445.
Fraziers in a fix
Amidst a swirling cloud of ru
mors involving the future of
Guilford's Frazier apartments,
Brian Burton, the apartments'
R.A., believes that the Fraziers
remain a viable place for on-cam
pus residence if Guilford is will
ing to allocate the necessary funds
for their upkeep.
Burton said, "There have been
a lot of complaints, as there usu
In the past, complaints have
been frequent and the response of
Maintenance allegedly lethargic.
However, according to Burton,
Maintenance has been swift and
responsive in dealing with the
problems that have arisen.
Burton said, 'This year Mainte
nance has been wonderful. Inmost
cases they have settled the request
within a day."
Kathie McKinney, a resident of
Frazier 15-16, and her apartment
mates can attest to the speedy ac
tion of Maintenance.
Guilford College, Greensboro, N.C.
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One Frazier House resident points to a faulty fixture.
See story concerning Fraziers below.
Photo by Daphne Lewis
McKinney said, "They were
very prompt. They fixed our toi
let. Thanks Maintenance!"
Conditions in the Fraziers vary
from apartment to apartment.
Burton said, "Some Fraziers are
better than others. Number 29 was
just renovated to accommodate the
handicapped. It's in wonderful
Problems have ranged from a
lack of blinds or shades to plumb
ing difficulties involving stopped
Burton characterizes plumbing
and drainage, mostly in sinks and
toilets, as the main source of diffi
culty, especially when the tem
Burton said, "It's going to cost
a significant amount of money to
redo the sewage system."
Another problem of the Fraziers
is the extreme heat which plagues
residents during the spring and
This condition prompted Bur
ton to refer to the apartments as
"Mini-Binfords," in reference to
that dorm's reputation for tempera
In the spirit of education and cel
ebration, the Guilford community
participated in the fourth annual
Religious Emphasis Week. Cam
pus Minister Max Carter said last
week's events drew record num
The week, which was sponsored
by the Guilford Council of Reli
gious Organizations, the Office of
Campus Ministries, and the
Friends Center, featured visits
from members of a Hutterian
Bruderhof in New York, several
members of an Amish community
in Yadkin county, top Muslim
scholar Sayyid Muhammad Syeed,
and 1994 J.M. Ward Distinguished
Quaker Visitors Paul and Marga
Sunday night Harry and Clara
Wipf, Hutterian Brethen from the
candidates 1 rules
• Agreements could not be
met concerning most of the
voter privileges were
Community Senate continued
debate concerning executive coun
cil elections, approving a new
measure which requires all candi
dates to attend one Senate meet
ing prior to the election date.
Faced with the Feb. 7 petition
deadline and strong opposition
from several senators. Special
Projects Committee Chair Brian
Sugioka temporarily withdrew the
previous proposed requirement,
which held that presidential can
didates "shall have regularly at
tended Senate meetings for two
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Campus Minister Max Carter (left) helped coordinate
many Religious Enmphasis Week activities.
Catskill Bruderhof in New York,
began the week's events with a
discussion at the Hut. The pro
gram, "400 Years of Life in Chris
tian Community," enabled the
Wipfs to discuss the history of the
"These are folk who own no
personal possessions," said Cam-
full semesters upon taking office."
Senate did approve the qualifi
cations for candidacy of the Trea
sury office, which requires that
candidates have two semesters of
budget committee experience or
petition to a committee composed
of the budget committee and two
Senate failed to approve the
new provision, allowing election
tickets to consist of three candi
dates, with the fourth member be
ing appointed after the election.
"There are four individuals on
the ticket and each individual de
serves a vote of confidence," said
Bryan Hall Senator Richard Ewell.
"Each voter deserves to know who
they're voting for."
"It will be presented again and
discussed again," said Sugioka,
who added that the proposed
change "allows for highly qualified
See SENATE page 4
pus Minister Max Carter, "They
live in communities oflOO to 300,
where everything is held in com
The Wipfs visited Guilford the
entire week, attending events and
taking place in a Tuesday morn-
See WEEK page 2
Photo by Daphne Lewis