North Carolina Newspapers

    2
tKfje
WEEK
GAT A
LANCE
Sept 30 - Oct. 7
Week at a Glance
Today
8:00 p.m. —Hildebrandt
Movie Night, Hildebrandt
9:00 p.m.—Milner Luau, Mil
ner Hall
Tomorrow
Carolina Carowinds
Monday, Oct. 3
3:30 p.m.—Women's Studies
Tea and Talk, Worth House II
8:00 p.m.—SBNN, Resource
Center
9:00 p.m.— Guilfordian Staff
Meeting, Passion Pit
9:00 p.m.—GLBA, Resource
Center
9:00 p.m.—Forevergreen,
Boren Lounge
9:00 p.m.—Guilforum with
host Dave Lee interview with
Touk and Trio Con Carne,
WQFS 90.9 FM
Tuesday, Oct. 4
7:30 p.m.—Project Commu
nity, Founders Basement
8:30 p.m.—Publications
Photo Staff, Pub Suite
9:00 p.m.— Quaker Staff
Meeting, Dana Lounge
9:00 p.m.—SO/AN Club,
203 A Founders
9:00 p.m.—Humanity for
Animals, Boren Lounge
9:00 p.m.—Union, Passion
Pit
9:00 p.m.—lnternational Re
lations Club, The Gallery
Wednesday, Oct. 5
3:30 p.m.—Senate, Boren
Lounge
3:30 p.m.—lnterviewing
Strategies Workshop, Dana
Lounge
B:oop.m.—Amnesty Interna
tional, 203 A Founders
8:00 p.m.—Websterian Pre-
Law Society Speaker, Dana
Lounge
8:30 p.m.—lnterVarsity,
Boren Lounge
9:00 p.m.—NCSL, The Gal
lery
Thursday, Oct 6
8:15 a.m.—Accounting Re
cruiting Day, Founders
8:00 p.m.—Philosophy Club,
203 A
8:00 p.m.—Sexual Assault
Task Force, Passion Pit
Friday, Oct 7
1:30 p.m. —International Cof
fee, Boren Lounge
Compiled weekly by the
Information Desk.
* Guilford College „
\ GREENSBORO. NC
SECURITY REPORT
Current week: Sept. 17 -23 / Previous week: Sept. 10 - 16
Zone 1 Zone 2 Zone 3 Zone 4
• Violent crime (assaults, rapes, Q O 0 0
robberies, murders)
• Possession of banned weapons 0 0 0 0
• Possession of controlled substances 0 0 0 0
• Thefts (larcenies, burglaries auto thefts) 0/1 0 0 1/0
• Vandalism 1/0 0 0 1/1
• Harassment 0 0 0 0
• Underage drinking 0 0 0 0
• Noise complaints 0 2/1 3/0 4/1
• Auto accidents 0 0 0/1 0
• Parking violations 8/2 7/11 24/39 1/4
• Fire alarms 3/1 2/0 1/0 1/2
• Trespassing 2/0 0 0 0/2
• First Aid assistance -j/q 0 1/0 0/1
Campus Safety Events
Larceny—Sept. 22—2:20 p.m.
Student reported that his vehicle was broken into sometime between the 20th and the 22nd of this month.
The vehicle was parked in the Milner lot The item taken was a car stereo CD player with a value estimated
at $220. A report was filed with the Greensboro Police Department.
Suspicious person-Sept. 21-11:55 ajn.
Security received a report of a suspicious person loitering around Founders. Suspicious person was an
African-American male wearing white shirt, green shorts, and a black ball cap. He had no ID and was
inquiring as to where to purchase marijuana. He was escorted off campus by Security.
Recovery of stolen item—Sept. 23
On Nov. 18,1993, a white settee valued at S2OO was reported missing from the Dana Auditorium base
ment On Sept. 23,1994 a staff member informed Security that the settee may be in a resident's room. Upon
investigation it was found that the settee had been returned to the Dana Auditorium basement the night
before (Sept. 22). Suspect made a written statement to the fact that he took the settee. Judicial charges are
pending.
WEEK
AT TJT
THE XJ.UT
Friday, Sept. 30
5:05 a.m.~Unprogrammed worship,
he Hut.
Uetmi
12 noon-Brown Bag Lunch:
Members of the Guilford community
who have worked with religious
education ova- the summer, the Hut
Monday, Oct. 3
8:05 a.m.-Unprogrammed worship,
the Hut
4:00 p.m.-GCRO meeting, the Hut
Tuesday, Oct 4
5:15 p.m.-Episcopal Eucharist the
Moon Room.
8:00 p.m.-Seekers Session:
Exploring the Psalms with Alex
Kern, the Hut
Wednesday, Oct. 5
8:05 ajn.-Unprogrammed worship,
the Hut
4:00 p.m.-Seekers Session: Women
in the Bible with Chandra Woolson,
the Hut
5:30 pjn.-Midweek meeting for
worship, the Hut.
September 30,1994
SENATE
ESSENTIALS
The Sept. 28 Senate
meeting began with sena
tors answering the ques
tion, "What does the fact
that Guilford is Quaker
mean to you?" Some of the
answers concerned the
friendliness, openness and
tolerance that Quakerism
encourages. President
Rich Ewell asked this ques
tion in order to facilitate
Senate's statement con
cerning Guilford's unique
ness as related to its Quaker
heritage.
The Senate approved
Terrance Laster, Steve
Arlington and Bridget Fritz
for Cultural Pluralism
Committee, Kevin
Bottomley for Athletics
Committee, and Emily
Drennen for Security and
Safety Committee.
Senate then approved
Dessi Nintcheva as Interna
tional Senator. One repre
sentative position for
Bryan Hall and one for Day
Student remain open. Joy
Hensen was nominated to
replace Krista Banke, who
resigned as Mary Hobbs
senator.
Special Projects Com
mittee Chair Joe Wallace
reported that clubs still in
danger of losing their bud
gets include: Choir Club,
Community Senate, FCA,
GLB A, Forevergreen, Hil
lel, Outdoors Club, Phi
losophy Club, Project
Community, Revelers,
Men's Rugby, SBNN, and
Ultimate Frisbee.
Finally, Ann Lundquist
requested that Senate pro
vide SBOO to help pay for
the visit of feminist author
Kay Leigh Hagan.
5:30 pjn.—Mass and student
dinner, University Catholic Center.
Thursday, Oct 6
8:05 a_m.—Unprogrammed
worship, the Hut
Friday, Oct. 7
12 noon-Unitarian Universalist
Rev. Dee Graham discusses her
experiences in the church and the
ministry, the Hut
    

Page Text

This is the computer-generated OCR text representation of this newspaper page. It may be empty, if no text could be automatically recognized. This data is also available in Plain Text and XML formats.

Return to page view