Campus News October 7,1992 page six SGA forum addresses student concerns by Jennifer Hartig On Thursday, Oct 1, Student Gov ernment A ssociation held its first SGA Forum of the 1992-93 school year. Several questions were raised regard ing security, senior parking, the cafete ria, gymnasium, and LeGreenhouse. Some of the concerns, along with their responses, are listed below: 1) It was brought up that many seniors are parking in non-parking spaces in the lot behind Poteat because they don’t want to walk from spaces behind Stringfield or out towards Ridge Road. Karen Howell reported that the ‘ ‘pit” next to the big parking lot for sopho mores and juniors will be converted to senior parking only. Mr. Charles Tay lor, Vice President for Business and Finance has said that this change will go into effect imme diately, following Fall Break. Also, a blue light will be placed in this lot when money be comes available. 2) Another concern was raised over the cafeteria. Where are all of the new things we were promised? According to Thad O’Briant, Dining Services Manager, all of the new equipment is here. How ever, the dining hall is not equipped with the electrical wiring neces sary for their use. Everything should be in place by the time students return from Christmas Jjcurs: rbcK'TKars. lOflnv'f n flm-i2.Prn IVices* rrijlQr 42 ea. IaIcx Bdca. Cpie (enter Jl^Ercdrih break. Also, the suugestion box is ready, they just have to find a good location for it 3) A third issue discussed wasextendedhoursin LeGreenhouse. Are they going to try extending the hours again like they did last year? O'Briant claims that he needs to hear from the students that there is a demand for this because last year, the amount of business after regular hours did not pay for the cost of keeping it open. SGA would like to thank all of the students, administrators, and staff who showed up to voice their concerns at the forum. Reponses to the other con cerns addressed will be printed in the Herald as they become available. Student Goverment Association will sponsor Wednesday Morning Worship Oct. 14 at 10 a.m. Stan Yancey, Wake County Alcoholism Treatment Center, will speak. The following week, Oct 19- 23, will be Alcohol Awareness Week. Post-it WIN A CROSS PEN & PENCIL SETH Drawing to be held on November 1,1992 No Purchase necessary Visit our unique 1 Post*t: Veiiidm® MacMne located in haircloth Dorm!! Your convenient source for: Peirs Paper Clips Pads 31/2" Diskettes Highlighters Staplers Post-it Notes Binder Clips AND MUCH MORE!!! REGISTER TO WIN TODAY!!! (Registration cards located on vending machine) 836-1555 WOLFPACK 16*1 -ITEM PIZZA &2SODAS $7.33 2 SMALL 2TOPPiNGS & 2 SODAS $8.43 it 21 FAST, FREE DELIVERY &1SODA l| 1 TOPPING PIZZA $5.28 j| $9.90 50» per item fa additioial items_^ ^ We Accept Checks VISA OISCeVER Hours: Sun - Thurs 11 AM - 1:30 AM Fri - Sat 11 AM -2:30 AM TflnninG unLimiTED Tanning Salon/Lliolff Beds Luith neu# Bellarium Bulbs Don't let the cool uieather ahead leaue your hot tan behind!! 9am - 9pm Mon. - Fri. 11 am-7pm Sat. (Located on 2nd leuel - Electric Company Mall) Call for an Appointment 836-0015 Uisit mith Coupon - 1 per Customer

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