1891 -Honoring Our Heritage...Expanding Our Vision —1991
Volume vni. Issue 15
Events for Black
by Jonell Ward
During Black Emphasis Month,
you will have the opportunity to meet
and hear black leaders from across
the country. February 3r7 is IM
PACT week. Among the speakers is
Carl Ellis, who studied with Dr.
Francis Schaeffer and is author of
Bevond Limitation: The Gospel in
the Black American Experience.
Thomas Fritz is the national coordi
nator of the Intercultural Resources
Ministry of Campus Crusade for
Christ and a pioneer of the Inner City
Summer Projects in Washington, D.
C. and Philadelphia. James White is
an ECU graduate and is on staff with
Campus Crusade for Christ. Haman
Cross is a pastor in Detroit, Michi
gan, and is author of several publica
tions and videotapes.
Monday, February 3: “Racism and
Sports” - Mike Bunkley of UCLA,
8:00 P.M. at NCSU’s Stroud Center
Tuesday, February 4: Campus Cru
sade for Christ’s “Prime Time” with
James White—^7:30P.M. at New Stu
dent Center Annex at NCSU.
Wednesday, February 5: Tom Fritz
at NCCU (time and place to be an
Thursday, February 6: Haman
Cross at Stewart Theater at NCSU at
Contact person: Janell Ward #7927
January 31,1992 Raleigh. North Carolina
Results of Survey on Male Visitation
Announced by Senate
by Stephanie Hibner and Jennifer Hartig
At the beginning of every school year, the Student Government Association establishes goals to work on
thoroughout the year. One of this year’s goals was to increase awareness of and involvement in student
government. In accordance with this goal, SGA held an open forum on October 23 to allow Meredith
students to voice their concerns with members of the SGA executive committee. Issues involving social
life on campus were a major concern of the students in attendance. SGA has already acted upon one of
these issues by suggesting that ARA keep Le Greenhouse open later in the evenings. SGA has also asked
the Senate to review the current male visitation policy and to propose any adjustments it deems necessary.
Senate’s first step was to determine whether students want a change in policy. To accomplish this, they
designed a survey and distributed it through the hall meetings. A total of the questions and results are as
1. Are you in favor of male visitation in dorms on a limited basis (for example, Sunday afternoons, 1-5
2. Do you feel that this type of male visitation would infringe upon your privacy?
TOTAL 68(9.1%) 654(87.7%) 24(3.2%)
3. Do you feel that this type of male visitation would be a threat to the security of the resident students?
The Senate would like to thank everyone who took the time to fil! out a survey. The are currently work
ing on the details of a proposal to be presented to SGA later this semester. If you have any suggestions,
please feel free to drop them in the SGA suggestloi box located in the Cate Center, or join us for a Senate
meeting held on the first and third Tuesdays of eaci month at 5:30pm in 214 Harris.