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Salem students show off
the latest winter fash
ions while strutting
their stuff at the Junior
Class fashion show held
on October 24 to raise
money for their class,
photo by Erin Brennan
SfumSer ^artifj Sdem StyfeU!
by Laura Lail
The Salemite
On September 15,1990 Salem made history with its first male overnight visitation weekend
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Results from the survey taken after the first visitation weekend have been tabulated and werepositive.
The following statistics wore gathered from the 161 people surveyed i
’'The total guest count for the weekend was 129.
*Hfty percent rated the weekend as excellent, and 34 percent as very good.
Out of hall monitors surveyed, 63 percent rated the weekend as excellent
I here were no roommate conOicts reported and the noise was minimal.
Many people had voiced concern about registration and the use of arm hanHc KvvO •
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strange occurrence. Miss Bros
said that she was scared; butattli
same time she remained calmfe
cause she did not feel as if she wasi
any real danger. When asked of he
opinion of 'Tatsy", Libby Brownsaie
"I think she's a nice girl who doesni
mean any harm, but she mayli
lonely." As of yet, "Patsy" has is
caused anyone harm; but sheappai
ently loves mischief!
Unfortunately, no concrete eii
dence exists as to whether or m
there ever really was such a girl{
"Patsy" at Salem College. Could tl*
ghostly spirit, "Patsy", exist in Sis
ters Dorm? If so, why does shewis!
to pester the students in Sisters Dora'
Does she feel lonely, as one studeii
in Sisters Dorm suggested? Or,isi
all just nonsense? Whatever tk
truth,"Patsy" is an exciting myster
of the Salem College community!
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Iheir children an average of once per week five years after divorce," He Jri„|rsaid“"'° "'‘’‘’'''■''a*
Hetherington said that confrontations between parents befom .nH n .4-
debates m the presence of the son rather than the dLghter Daughters heated
parents hiding their emotions. ® ' ^""^ghters were more protected from pending arguments by
In studying how men and women cope with divorce Hetherinomn m ,4 ku
ally unstable in the time leading up to the divorce and duHna^th i women were more likely to be emotion-
experience more distress a ycaM;“LVnfl1te tedltre ® on fteofirhan^rndTo'
TwenV4.VoXlw‘’XurdS financial stale of those headed by the mother
do give financial support only give an averaee of “fiPOm c^P^'^^^”^^®J^^^’^‘^'^^"3herdivorce And thpft^m u
We’re Ruby Tuesday’s, agroy|
of full service specialty restaif
rants and we’re looking for t
very best people.
‘Hostess ‘Bussers/Dishwashefs
‘Kitchen Staff ‘Bartenders^
‘Waitersand ‘Managersand
Waitresses Assistant Managers
It’s a great opportunity to work in
beautiful restaurant with profession
management and secure first-classoi
erations. We also offer meal discouni
and insurance. Applications accept®
in person only, beginning Wednei
day, October I7th, Room 125, Day
Inn, Silas Creek Pkwy, next to Hanei
Mall. Apply in person Mon.-Fri. 9-7am
Sat. 12-6.

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