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DAILY KENT STATER 2010 ORIENTATION ISSUE

08.25.2010

Campus renovations continue; to be complete by homecoming Kyle Reynolds and Nick Glunt Daily Kent Stater

Though incoming freshmen and transfer students may not notice, returning students may have to pause and soak in the results of Kent State’s summertime construction and renovations. The university’s main campus has begun a $200 million renovation process and a total of $353 million in renovations for main campus and all the regional campuses combined. The most noticeable project of the summer has been the construction and renovations in Risman Plaza. “We were redesigning some of the overall design of the plaza to get some more green space and areas for student seating,” University Architect Michael Bruder said. “We also took down the fountain and built a new fountain.” President Lester Lefton said the plaza renovations are part of a plan to attract more students to Kent State. He said more students will be encouraged to attend Kent State once they see the new plaza. Right by Risman Plaza, the library’s first floor is undergoing renovations. “It is primarily interior finishes, including new flooring, ceilings, lights and furniture,” Bruder said.

It is primarily interior finishes, including new flooring, ceilings, lights and furniture. MICHAEL BRUDER, UNIVERSITY ARCHITECT, SPEAKING ABOUT THE LIBRARY RENOVATIONS

Over the summer, fences were set up in Risman Plaza to detour students away from the construction site. These fences will be removed by the time students return to campus in late August. Construction in the plaza should be complete by homecoming weekend, Bruder said. There will be construction teams doing detail work, but there will be nothing to “affect the general day-to-day travels of students.” Bruder said the construction in Risman Plaza is set to cost $2.8 million, while the budget for the library renovations is $1.1 million. Both figures are on track as of Aug. 3. Halls, both academic and residential, have received similar facelifts. The Music and Speech Center received an addition with the Roe Green Center, home to the School of Theatre and Dance that includes some new dance studios, a new theater space and a new entry lobby. McDowell Hall and the Michael Schwartz

Center received bathroom renovations. Those in McDowell Hall are due to the age of the building. The university has upgraded the plumbing systems and bathroom fixtures, said Dan White, associate director of administrative operations in residence services. “In McDowell, we gutted the bathrooms and put in all new fixtures and plumbing, as well as some work with the fire alarms and HVAC systems,” White said. The plan to renovate McDowell had been in the works since last summer when its neighbor Beall Hall was renovated for the same reasons. They couldn’t have both shut down at the same time, White said, so they modernized one at a time. Residence services helped to bring the residence halls up to ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) compliance, White said. Some of these projects included fixing a shower in Beall Hall that had a hump that was too large for a wheelchair to go over it and gutting a lobby bathroom in Prentice Hall that was not ADA compliant. Kent State should continue to see more renovations for as long as the university’s renovation plan carries on. Contact general assignment reporter Kyle Reynolds at kreynol3@kent.edu and administration reporter Nick Glunt at nglunt@kent.edu.

EMMA BORRELLI | SUMMER KENT STATER

Construction workers conduct renovations between White Hall and Moulton Hall. Other renovation projects being done on campus include work at the Music and Speech Center, the installation of the Sculpture Mile and the work on Risman Plaza.


FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 2010 MARDI GRAS, from page 1

round. “We’ve all seen tourists walking around the French Quarter in the middle of the summer with Mardi Gras beads,” she said. “Those dollars are Mardi Gras dollars and generate tax revenue for the city.” The city of New Orleans receives a $4.48 return on every public dollar it invests in Mardi Gras, according to the study’s indirect economic impact results. City investment includes overtime paid to police officers, sanitation workers and medical services during Mardi Gras. Tourist spending — including transportation, hotel and food expenses — had the biggest impact on the study’s results, Weiss said. Frank Zumbo, general

WEATHER, from page 1

problems traveling when the temperature on the road surfaces is right around freezing, said Bob Wagner, National Weather Service meteorologist. “Elevated things like bridges and overpasses tend to freeze,” Wagner said. “Those are the areas

BUDGET, from page 1

will be no better than it has been in the past, but I am hopeful there will be no new cuts,” Martin said. “I think the best-case scenario is zero or minimal cuts to be introduced in this legislative session.” Martin may be hoping against

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manager for the Renaissance Pere Marquette hotel in New Orleans, said the hotel is completely booked this Friday and Saturday and has limited rooms available Sunday. “Normally our hotel always sells out on Friday and Saturday,” Zumbo said. “But because of Valentine’s Day and the holiday on Monday, more people are off, and it’s made demand for Sunday better than years past.” Room sales at the Pere Marquette improved each year since Katrina with last year being the best so far, Zumbo said. “It’s in high demand,” he said. “Over high demand times, you are able to get a higher average rate.” Jennifer Lotz, New Orleans Metropolitan Convention and Visitors Bureau communications coordinator, said they estimated about 1 million visitors came to the 2009

Mardi Gras celebration. There is a possibility of exceeding that number because of the excitement and continued celebration surrounding the Saints victory in the Super Bowl, she said. “People want to be in New Orleans right now,” Lotz said. “The economy might not be as big of a factor because of the success of the Saints.” Zumbo said the Renaissance Pere Marquette was sold out last Saturday and Sunday because of the black-and-gold Super Bowl. Room rentals increased the night of the Saints’ victory parade as well, he said. The Super Bowl drew Saints fans to Bourbon Street on Sunday, but the parade riders didn’t notice a lack of attendance. “There were a lot more people than usual,” said Erin Van Geffen,

accounting sophomore. “Especially downtown. It was packed.” Van Geffen rode in the Carrollton parade Sunday in New Orleans as the returning queen. She served as the Krewe of Carrollton’s queen in 2009. “You can’t explain it,” she said. “When you throw beads to people and see their faces light up, it’s so fun. Everyone’s cheering and excited. It’s a different side of Mardi Gras.” Mark Robinson, geography doctoral student, said the University’s geography and anthropology department will ride in Southdowns parade today for the third year in a row. “We’re the only department on campus to have a float in the parade,” he said. Their float, costumes and throws will be geography-themed,

Robinson said. He said the department’s float won an award for the most riotous krewe last year, and they’re planning to win again. “It’s really nice being a part of the outside community and Louisiana’s culture,” said Robinson, who is from England. “What we do is study people and places, so to participate in that ... it’s nice to be with the people involved.” Van Geffen said Mardi Gras is more than just a big party, but a family affair. She said her father has been a member of the Krewe of Carrollton since he was 14 years old, and her grandfather is also a longtime member. “When I was queen, I felt part of old-time New Orleans,” she said.

you’d be likely to have problems. If there are any, it would be late tonight and tomorrow morning.” Many schools in Baton Rouge closed after the overnight snowfall in 2008, but the University remained open during final exams. In 2008, Keim called major snowfall in Baton Rouge a “20 or 30 year event.” Assuming snow-

fall today, Baton Rouge will have seen snow in 2008, 2009 and 2010, something Keim attributed to El Niño. “If we get some snow, it’ll be the second measurable snow event of the season,” Keim said. “One reason for the active year this year is partly because of El Niño, which creates a scenario that is conducive

to snow-like events.” Prior to the December 2008 snowfall, Baton Rouge last received a significant amount of snow — a little more than 3 inches — on Feb. 5, 1988, Keim said last year. Baton Rouge previously received about 3 inches of snow Jan. 23, 1940. The largest snowfall on record in Baton Rouge was in 1895 when

12 1/2 inches of snow blanketed the city, Keim said. Prior to the 2010-09 winter, Keim said Baton Rouge most recently had two measurable snow events in winter 1973.

hope as the state has a projected budget shortfall more than $1 billion over the next fiscal year. The Revenue Estimating Conference listens to financial forecasts from the state budget office, the legislative fiscal office. The panel considers a myriad of factors to unanimously approve an

amount the governor can spend in his budget, said University economics professor Jim Richardson, who sits on the four-person panel. The governor then releases his general budget, and the legislators will edit and approve the budget during the March legislative session. “Although tomorrow is a very

important day, we have to remember the governor proposes, the legislature appropriates, so there is a long distance between whatever the governor says he would prefer and what is likely to come out of the other end of the legislature,” Martin said. Martin said he will pursue greater authority from the legislature to

dictate fees and tuition in the school to make up for lost state revenues. Raising tuition or fees requires a two-thirds approval of the legislature.

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1 Mardi __ 2 Continental cash 3 Biblical twin 4 Brown seaweed 5 Bit of body art 6 Semicircular entrance

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Place the numbers 1 to 8 in each of the octagons such that the numbers are not repeated in any octagon, row, column, or diagonal. The sums of the minor diagonals (diagonals that contain either four or six numbers) are provided at the beginning and end of each minor diagonal. The sum of the four numbers that border a diamond are provided in that diamond. The numbers that border diamonds do not have to be unique.

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1 Pathfinder org. 5 D-Day carriers 9 Hi-tech classroom 14 Sixth Jewish month 15 Tuckered out 16 Bowl, e.g. 17 Siamese checkers? 18 Actress in a classic shower scene 20 Geometry truth 22 Low-lying area 23 Weight management guru 27 Low-lying area 31 Lieut. producer 32 Beaujolais’s department 33 Through 34 Blast from the past 35 Like this answer 38 1996 Schwarzenegger Christmas comedy 42 Consensus builder 43 Mountaineer’s tool 44 Sleepy colleague? 45 Pops 46 Inflation stat. 49 Most eligible for the draft 51 Comedy Central satirist 53 Leeway 55 First name in morning talk 56 Kipling story collection, with “The” 62 Prefix with -gon 63 “The Interpretation of Dreams” author 64 Italian bread? 65 Golfer Norman 66 Patched pants parts 67 Barbecue specialty 68 Standard Oil name

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1 Hogan dweller 2 Madison Ave. VIP 3 Some lustrous dresses 4 Flaming offense 5 Successor to 56-Down 6 Bounding main 7 Salon acquisition 8 Wonder of music

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9 Cloud of gloom 10 Words to live by 11 Wahine’s gift 12 Director Lee 13 Dickensian cry 19 Luggage label 21 __ Beach: South Carolina resort 24 Shout of approval 25 Parks on a bus 26 Adult doodlebug 28 Declare 29 Maggie Simpson’s sister 30 Like pie? 34 Author’s rep. 35 Really got to 36 Milder drink than the one before it 37 “Oedipus __”

38 Karate kin 39 Privy to 40 “Good one!” 41 Watch readouts, for short 45 Melancholy 46 Court shooters 47 Inflation drives them up 48 “We’re on!” 50 Have a dispute 51 Average guy? 52 Club for most greenside shots 54 Auto pioneer 56 He defeated RMN 57 Coffee source for a crowd 58 Originally called 59 Yes, to Yvette 60 Poetic planet 61 Levels, briefly

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Place the numbers 1 to 8 in each of the octagons such that the numbers are not repeated in any octagon, row, column, or diagonal. The sums of the minor diagonals (diagonals that contain either four or six numbers) are provided at the beginning and end of each minor diagonal. The sum of the four numbers that border a diamond are provided in that diamond. The numbers that border diamonds do not have to be unique.

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8 | M O N DAY, DE C E M B E R 13, 2010 | THE STATE NEWS | FI NALS SU RV I VAL GU I DE Crossword #3 ACROSS

1 2007 Oscar winner (Best Original Screenplay) about a pregnant teenager 5 Greenish-blue 9 Astronaut’s thumbs-ups 13 “Gimme __”: “Be right with you” 14 Turn one’s nose up at 15 __ the fat 16 Words of protest 19 High nest 20 Very capable 21 King’s memorable words 26 Sound during a massage 27 Do a goalkeeper’s job 28 Island in the French West Indies, familiarly 30 Hockey great 31 Elect 33 Lennon’s last album released before his death 39 Uses a LaserJet 40 “Oh, what a tangled __ we weave”: Scott 42 Island nation west of Haiti 45 Mineral used in glassmaking 48 “... man __ mouse?” 49 Pensive state 52 Nairobi is its capital 54 Kingdom 55 Sports psychologist’s mantra ... or what can be said about the last word of 16-, 21-, 33- or 49-Across 61 Time for lunch 62 Machu Picchu’s range 63 Theater honor 64 Instrument in a Chinese temple 65 Makes slick, in a way 66 Letters at the end of a love letter

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1 Boxer’s target 2 Escort to a seat, in slang 3 Cultural funding gp. 4 C to C, e.g. 5 Nuisance to gardeners 6 Kooky

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7 Suffix with sub 8 Singer/songwriter DiFranco 9 Low-pH substance 10 “Goodness!” 11 Try and try again 12 Mowed strips 14 Pricey strings, for short 17 Witnessed 18 Chess sacrifice 21 Altar words 22 Gnus’ group 23 Hairstyle for Hendrix 24 These, in Juarez 25 “... two fives for __?” 29 Prefix with gram 31 __ cavae: large blood vessels 32 Frequently, to a bard 34 Dance-storm link 35 Like some showers

36 Wingless parasites 37 Gulp from a flask 38 “Gross!” 41 Creature that “sees” using echolocation 42 Pulling one’s leg 43 Schoolyard argument retort 44 Controversial rocker Marilyn 45 Old Persian rulers 46 Heracles’ beloved 47 Klutz 50 Gearshift letters 51 Heads, to Henri 53 Partner of yin 56 __-tzu 57 Pasta ending 58 Native of Nigeria 59 Prohibit 60 “Gloria in Excelsis __”


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1 A whale has a long one 4 Short pencil 8 Sign of military respect 14 Tokyo-born artist 15 Lake Titicaca is partly in it 16 Previously, previously 17 Pure 19 Nursery rocker 20 Naughty object of Beethoven’s affections? 22 X rating in old Rome? 23 Cringe 24 Dollar bills, e.g. 27 Choir male, often 30 Mil. honors 33 Ding Dong relatives 35 Yoga position 37 Swipe 38 Beethoven’s naughty opus? 41 Agcy. concerned with fraud 42 Malaise symptom 43 __-ground missile 44 Nordstrom rival 46 Biblical beasts 48 Romeo or Juliet, e.g. 49 Semi-sheer curtain fabric 51 Doctrine 53 Where to hear Beethoven’s naughty music? 59 : : : 60 Parker and Roosevelt 61 “CBS Evening News” anchor 62 Naughty—and with 63-Across, composer Beethoven? (born 12/16/1770) 63 Toupee 64 Anxiety 65 Dieter’s triumph 66 Boozer

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1 Rocker Bon __ 2 Lively, to Beethoven: Abbr. 3 Low life? 4 High point? 5 High-rise occupant 6 River through southern Russia 7 Socket insert

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8 Novus ordo __: Great Seal phrase 9 Cupid’s missile 10 Like trees in summer 11 Sign of stress? 12 Squealed 13 She used to be a lambkin 18 Began to win a lot 21 Environmental subgroup 24 Toque wearers 25 Heart line 26 Provocation potential, as of a Howard Stern segment 28 Passed, as time 29 Busybodies’ active organs? 31 Three-card con 32 Watch, secret agent-style 34 Transgression 36 Steamy resort

39 Come together 40 Scary contract hirees 45 State bordering Arizona 47 Tendons 50 Longtime civil rights leader Roy 52 A plethora 53 Timely benefit 54 Pocket vibrator, at times 55 Dairy bar 56 Garden lines 57 Beethoven’s “Archduke,” for one 58 High-ranking NCO 59 Hosp. heart ward


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1 Iron pumper’s pride 4 Some macaroni 10 Fosbury’s high-jumping technique 14 Zuider __ 15 One who may need technical terms explained 16 Like much early TV 17 Element in pewter 18 Raised to the ninth power? 20 Weather, in a way 22 Little bit 23 Washday brand 24 Poison literature? 28 “Bad” cholesterol letters 29 “__ tuned!” 30 Hill on British TV 31 Total amount bet 32 See 44-Across 34 Do some gardening 35 They may be noble or precious 38 Waited 39 Skill determinants 40 Madagascar mammals 43 Learning method 44 With 32-Across, feature of a noted New England home 45 Alveoli, e.g. 49 Monitor, for short 50 Most adorable flier? 52 Eldridge Cleaver’s “Soul on __” 53 More than plan 54 Hoarse 55 Original Anglican assistant priest? 60 Spring mo. 61 Manual reader 62 Dome opening, in architecture 63 Corp. bigwig 64 Watch displays, briefly 65 Prepares for the next turn in the alley 66 Directional ending

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1 Tlaxcalteca enemies 2 Cedar Revolution city 3 Lady of Spain

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4 Respected one 5 Film doctor with 7 faces 6 LDS-owned school 7 Fed. number-crunching gp. 8 ‘70s-’80s TV family 9 Deceitful 10 Word after blue or bird 11 Defamatory 12 Cooked really well? 13 Biked, in Bristol 19 S&L offerings 21 Any Wrigley Field contest until 1988 25 Falls back 26 __ Air: Los Angeles community 27 It’s next to nothing 31 Frederick the Great’s realm 33 Gore and Franken 34 Hole number?

35 Forgiving 36 Deal with, as demons 37 Ragged 38 Football play 40 Romaine, e.g. 41 Anticipatory time 42 Mayo, e.g. 44 Aid 46 French border region 47 Element whose chemical symbol is used in this puzzle’s theme 48 “Sophie’s Choice” author 50 Jazz lover 51 Lift in a gym 56 Most coll. applicants 57 Toys __ 58 Samuel Adams Summer __ 59 Boy king


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Place the numbers 1 to 8 in each of the octagons such that the numbers are not repeated in any octagon, row, column, or diagonal. The sums of the minor diagonals (diagonals that contain either four or six numbers) are provided at the beginning and end of each minor diagonal. The sum of the four numbers that border a diamond are provided in that diamond. The numbers that border diamonds do not have to be unique.

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1 Things to make notes on 5 Gate clasp 10 Woeful word 14 Home of the Osmonds 15 Impressive display 16 Coke or Pepsi 17 Miniature data storage device 19 Like many a movie twin 20 Faraway friend who likes to write 21 Traditional stories 23 New England hrs. 24 Teen group sleepover 27 Bolivian high points 31 Above-the-street trains 32 Second afterthought, in a ltr. 33 Heckle 34 Writer’s deg. 35 Itzhak Perlman’s instrument 38 With 40-Across, in an advantageous position (and what both words in 17-, 24-, 47- and 60-Across can be) 40 See 38-Across 41 Tears to shreds 42 Seaman’s call for assistance 43 Baseball’s Slaughter 44 Not masc. 45 Old Mideast org. 46 Digs for 47 Like an actor who doesn’t miss a line 51 “Toto, __ a feeling we’re not in Kansas anymore” 52 Encl. with a manuscript 53 Gap 58 Require 60 Bobby Vee hit with the line “I come bouncing back to you” 62 Ricelike pasta 63 Judges hear them 64 Sicilian volcano 65 Wine glass part 66 Occupied, as a desk 67 Hurdle (over)

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40 New Hampshire city known for its annual motorcycle week 41 Purim’s month 42 Getting gradually louder, in mus. 43 Subway under B’way 45 Irrational fear 46 Violinist Menuhin 47 Father: Pref. 48 Digital novel 49 River of Lyons 50 Refine, as ore 54 Longfellow’s bell town 55 “Help __ the way!” 57 Supermarket chain with a redand-white logo 58 Animation frame 59 Plop lead-in

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CARPET CLEANER. Part time, $10/hr. Work M-F 9 am to around 12 noon. Must be able to lift 75lbs. Work near MSU, will train. Must be dependable + reliable. Email resume to orionzeke@comcast.net

PERSONAL ASSISTANT needed to work w/ person w/ developmental disabilities. Flex hrs, p/t. $9.35/hr. w/reliable car. Serious applicants. Call 517-484-3068.

1 + 2 bdrm apts near MSU + Frandor Shopping Center. Unfurn, heat + water incl in rent. Lic for 2 - rates begin at $298 per person avail for fall 2011. Call 517507-4160. 1 BDRM apt.- 4 blocks from campus on Gunson, unfurnished, free heat and water, avail. fall ‘11. Call 507-3507. 1 BDRM lic for 2 on Stoddard. $308 pp. Heat paid. 517-3371133 primehousinggroup.com 1 Brdm $450/mon on M.A.C. Avail for spring + summer. 734-7516251. 1 Great apt building! Treehouse West, 2 bdrm + studio apts, parking, well-maintained, laundry, d/w, “no bus pass needed”, definitely worth looking at! 3511177 or www.cronmgt. com 1, 2, 3 + 4 bdrm apts. Great locations + rent rates. Now leasing for 2011-12. CRMC 3377577. No app fee! 1, 2, 3, + 4 bdrm apts, all right across from MSU”no bus pass needed!” Great locations, great quality, many downtown, Cron Mgt since 1974! 351-1177 or www. cronmgt.com 1234 BUILDING, fantastic 3 bdrm apt, 1234 E. Grand River, across from Spartan St, one left available! Patio, laundry, parking, heat + water incl, lic 3, 351-1177 or www.cronmgt.com 128 COLLINGWOOD, brand new, spacious 4 bdrm apts for fall 2011, right across from Blockbuster, downtown, contemporary interior w/ all granite, w/d in apt, + much more! “No Bus Pass Needed”, 351-117 or www.cronmgt.com 2 bdrm for 2 on E. Grand River, $483 pp. Heat paid. 337-1133. primehousinggroup.com 4 BDRM Apt - Fall ‘11. Completely remodeled. In unit washer + dryer. 1 block from campus. Cedar street apts - 5073506. ABBOT RD properties 1 blk from MSU. Lic 1-2, 1-2 bdrm. New remolding, internet included. Aug’11-Aug’12 lease. Contact Metzger Realty 351-6369 or mrcwlm@ gmail.com

ACROSS FROM business school. Avail Fall ‘11! 1 + 2 bdrm, heat incl, great clubhouse, covered parking. Call 517-507-3506.

1006 ALBERT 3 bdrm, study. Lic. for 3. w/d, d/w. 351-0765. hrirentals.com

PREPBOOKS.COM HIRING for campus CLARA’S RESTAURANT representatives p/t posihiring servers. Apply in tions. Apply on web site person M-F btwn 2-4 at career section under About Us. Pay ranges 637 E. Michigan Ave. from $9 to $22/hr. DIRECT CARE worker. WANTED! Assist individuals w/ au- SERVERS tism. Afternoon + wknd Looking to make great shifts avail. High school tips? Hottest bar in diploma/GED, reliable Downtown Lansing is trans. & valid driver’s lic. now hiring. Exp preferred but not req. Email req. Call 517-374-7670 resumes to jerome@ FT/PT SECURITY officer apicommercial.com or needed in Lansing. HS walk in for app. diploma or GED, clean SNOW PLOW operacriminal history+good tors, good driving redriving record req. cord. Mostly night, exp $9.69/hr, hours may preferred. 517-663vary. Previous secu- 2040. rity or CJ exp preferred. Apply at www.securitas- SURVEY INTERVIEWERS NEEDED. MSU’s Survey jobs.com EOE. Research Lab is hiring GIRLS JV Softball Coach telephone interviewers Exp pref. Send letter of to conduct computerinterest + resume by assisted interviews in 1/21/11 to WCS 418 English for health and Highland Williamston MI public policy studies. 48895. Apply online at: P/T, flex. work schedule, http://www.gowcs.net/ evening and weekend schools/employment/ hrs. req. No exp. necinghamapp.html essary. Paid training. HIRING FULL and part $8.28/hr. To apply call time exp. vet. recep- 517-353-5404 or come tionist. Apply at Waverly to Room 10, Berkey Hall Animal Hospital 233 S. with your resume. WANTED Waverly Rd. 517-323- WAITRESS for the Exchange, a fun, 4156. HIRING SEASONAL fast paced Martini Bar. Apply in person, Monhelp as an animal care Thur, any time after 3 attendant for Dec. 20th pm. 314 E. Michigan to Jan 3rd. Must be able Ave. 517-319-4500 to work on the holidays. Apply at Waverly Animal WINTER BREAK Work Hospital 233 S. Waverly $16.25 base-appt. Flex sched, 1-5 week work Rd. 517-323-4156. program. Apply Now, LEO’S OKEMOS lookstart after finals. Can ing for reliable + hard secure Spring or Sumworking wait staff. Avail mer Position. No expeon weekends + two rience nec. Customer yrs exp in fast paced sales/service all ages environment. Apply in 17+, Conditions apply, person 2085 W Grand all majors considered River Okemos. apply at winterbreakMSUFCU (1.8B) seek- work.com or call 517ing p/t tellers with ex- 333-1700. ceptional member service skills. Will work on front lines of MSUFCU in the branches to per- $0 UNTIL Jan. Move form day to day opera- in today. 2 bdrm multi tions. This position is level townhomes w/ gacore to the success of rages. Free tanning, 24 our organization & the hr fitness, computer lab successful candidates + more. Carports avail, will represent MSUFCU pet friendly. Limited in all aspects of mem- availability. Call today huntber services. Please 888-653-5449. visit www.msufcu.org to ersridgetownhomes. com apply.

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AUG 50 yrds to MSU. Lic 1-2. Wood flrs. St. 1 Bdrm eff. 332-4818. AUG LRG 3 bdrm duplex. Lots of parking. w/d incl. close to MSU. $1,185/mo. 621 Stoddard. 517-655-1420.

3 BDRM $495; w/ large 2nd floor suite $525, lic 4. Aug. ‘11. 7 houses from campus. Large 1142 ALBERT. 3 bed yard + all new applianc1.5 bath, bsmt. $1425, es. 313-378-9079. lic. 3. 517-351-0765. 3 BDRM. Lic. 3, close to 153 STODDARD for MSU, very nice, $1200. rent Aug’ 11, 6 bdrm, 482-3624. 3 bath, lic. 6, $500 ea. 324 Durand, lic. 4, w/ 282-6878. d+d/w. 4bdrm. Close to 514 VIRGINIA for rent campus, 813-695-3660. Aug’ 11. 3 bdrm, 2 bath, 328 EVERGREEN 5 duplex, lic. 3, $400, bdrm lic. 5, 1 block from 282-6878. Rick’s. Avail May or Aug 649 STODDARD. 3 bed, of 2011. Call 332-8600. 2 bath, study, w/d. Lic 3. 4 BDRM. Aug’11$1140. 351-0765. Aug’12 Lic 4. Spartan

AVAIL for fall 2011. 1 + 2 bdrm apts located downtown E. Lansing, across from MSU. Unfurn, central heat + a/c, intercom DUPLEX KEDZIE 1/2 entry. 517-507-3679. block MSU, Aug 11. 1 AVAIL. AUG 2011. One upper $1075, 1 lower bdrm apt. Heat/water/ $1025, both lic. 2 w/ 2 parking incl. 10 or 12 bdrms. D/w, free cable/ mo lease. Across from internet, water. 2 car MSU. 517-575-0008. garage, w/d basement. No pets www.hudgin- Call Bob 517-281-5006. srealty.com H R I R E N TA L S . C O M AVAIL. AUG 2011. StuLarge duplex. lic. 3 per dio apt downtown E. side. w/d. Central air. Lansing. Heat/water/ 351-0765 parking incl. Recently remodeled. 10 or 12 mo lease. 517-575-0008 No pets. www.hudginsre- 1031 DAISY Aug ‘11. alty.com Beautiful & unique BEAL ST 2 bdrm for house Lic. 1&3. 9272, $348 pp. 337-1133. 1338. primehousinggroup. 1175 SNYDER. 2011 com housing. Lic 4 - 5. 749BEECHWOOD APTS. 4767. www.gutowmgt. 2 bdrms for 2 people. com Avail Fall ‘11. 2 park- 1530 SNYDER Rd, Aug ing permits, high speed ‘11-’12, lic 4, $1700/mo. ethernet available. Fur- 4 bdrm, 2 bath, w/d, niture options. Priced 517-980-1014. right. 517-507-3507. 2011 HOUSES 4 bdrms CLOSE TO CAMPUS $450, 627 Evergreen. 5 - Spacious 2 bdrms, bdrms $470, 645 Everpartially furnished with green. Call 332-1623. heat incl. Some with 2011 HOUSES. Prime balconies. Priced right! Locations! Lic 3, 4, 6, 7 517-507-3011. + 8. 517-490-3082 HASLETT ARMS 2011 HOUSING great Large 2 bdrm lic. for 4 location + rent rates. apts, walk to campus + Houses, duplexes + downtown EL. Corner of Albert + Collingwood. apts for 1-42 ppl. Call Free heat and water. CRMC 337-7577 or Available fall ‘10. 507- check website www. crmc1.com. Act quickly 3506. for best location! HULL APARTMENTS. Now leasing Fall 2011, 2011 HOUSING. Lic. 1 + 2 bdrm apts. Start- 3-9. Best locations & ing at $520. Additional rates. www.msustudenSpecials! Call 517-332- trentals.com, Email or Call msurentals@gmail. 1931. com, 517-202-0920. LEASING FOR fall 2011. 1 + 2 bdrm apts near 218 MILFORD - 3 bdrm Brody Complex. lic for lic for 4, close to down2-3 people. Partially town + campus! Upfurnished, newly re- graded kitchen + bath! modeled kitchens, d/w, Must see! Won’t last m/w + water. Pool, fit- long! Parking for 4! 517ness center, computer 507-3506.

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lab, ent room, 1.5 baths avail, parking. From $423 per person. 517507-3678.

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261 MILFORD, 4 bdrm, 2 baths,study, w/d, d/w. $570. hrirentals.com 517-351-0765. Lic 4.

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AUGUST: 2, 3, and 4-bdrm E.L. homes. Nohassle parking. Great yards. $750-$1200. Lic. 2-4. 517-351-0234.

COLLEGEVILLE PAYS top dollar for your Textbooks! 321 E Grand River Ave.

AVAIL AUG 11’ 1137 Frye Ave. lic 3-6. 2 blocks to campus. 517294-8474 or mclane@ msu.edu

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COMPUTER REVIVER: Virus/spyware removal, p.c. upgrades+used computers. 517-484AVAIL WINTER semes- 6364. ter. New license (lic 4) Conner of Charles + Albert premier property. STUDENT RENTAL New kitchen + bath, 1635 Melrose 4 bdrm. d/w, w/d. Fall leasing Lic 4, 2.5 baths, w/d, option. Smoke Free. d/w. Excellent rental hisContact Metzger Realty tory. $149000. Broker St. $2000 + util. 2 bath, for pricing 351-6369 or owned. 517-204-7902. w/d. Metzger Realty mrcwlm@gmail.com 351-6369 or mrcwlm@ CLOSE TO MSU, LIC. gmail.com 4, 264 Gunson, 4 bdrm, 5 bdrm house near Bres- 1.5 bath, w/d, d/w, ‘11- LOST CAT. Long hair. lin, lic for 5 people. Re- ’12. 714-654-2701 or Silver tabby w/ green eyes. 269-436-0281. modeled kitchen, d/w, ekelly@socal.rr.com m/w, large balcony, 2 full baths, w/d. Lots of CUTE HOUSE, 251 parking. Fall ‘11. $445 Gunson. Lic. 2, $1175/ DOG FOUND near Lake per person. 517-507- mo. No smoking/pets, Lansing rd, black with 3678. hot tub, a/c, w/d, 333- white markings. If he’s 525 SPARTAN 2011 9595. yours, please call with Spring semester lease. FREE JAN. Rent! 2015 detailed description. Lic 4. 4 bdrms. 2 baths. Prospect, Lansing. 1 980-1194 Spacious kitchen, d/w, mi. from MSU. 3BR, 1B, w/d, parking for 4, All appl inc. W/D. Hardbasement family room. wood floors. $675/mon. Avail Jan-Aug. Call + util. Txt Kevin at 517- DRUG TREATMENT. Tired of using Oxycodone, 517.420.6444 or email 749-1543. Vicodin, or Heroin? Call sandy.carter@comcast. LANSING HOUSES, 517-999-2722. net. duplexes + apts. $575533 DIVISION. 4 bdrm, HEADING TO Or800. Call 989-550lic 4, 1.5 bath, pool talando for the Capital 1181. ble, w/d, d/w, hardwood One Bowl Game? floors. 517-214-8388. Need a hotel while in Orlando? Holiday Inn 545 ANN. 5 bed, 2 bath, w/d, d/w, 2 car garage, SEEKING ROOMMATE. Orlando Airport is of$560, lic 5. 517-351- 2 blocks to Student fering $79.00 room Union. $400/mo. Util in- rates from Dec 26-Jan 0765. 2, 2011. Ask for “Bowl 581 N Hagadorn, 5 cluded. 332-8600. bdrm + guest rm, 2 SUBLEASE FOR spring/ Game Rate”, call 866bath, lic 5. Finished lg summer. 1040 Harrison. 253-2182. storage rm + W/D. D/W $450/month. 803-6582 + garbage disposal. Parking for 7. 20 ft. BARTEND $300/DAY from bus stop. 517-351potential. No exp. nec, 1 BDRM in 2 bdrm apt 3684. 800-965-6520 at Woodbrook Village. 18+. 631 STODDARD for $342/mo. 810-348- x110. rent, Aug 11, 4 bdrm, 3015. S T U D E N T PAY O U T S . 2 bath, lic 4, $390 ea. 532 PARK Ln. Avail Dec. COM PAID survey tak282-6878. 20 for spring + summer. ers needed in E.L. 100% AFFORDABLE CLASSY Close to MSU. 517-896- Free. Click Survey homes have it all. 4657. Award Winning Landlord! Fireplace, w/d, d/w, recreation room, 4 bdrm, 2 bath, lic PARKING FOR rent. 4. Aug ‘11, 517-204- Available now. Corner 1604 or mf2kessler@ of Charles + Elizabeth. 517-351-0765. myfam.com

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JoePa: Bolden’s status remains up in the air By Audrey Snyder COLLEGIAN STAFF WRITER

Joe Paterno wants people to take a close look at the end of his last name. “I don’t have an MD after my name, and I’m not a psychiatrist,” Paterno said. But Penn State’s head coach said quarterback Rob Bolden will undergo more concussion tests Wednesday and guessed the freshman would not be ready to play Saturday night against Michigan. “I’d guess he’s not gonna make it, but that does not mean that I know what I’m talking about,” Paterno said. “We’d love to have him play, but we’re not gonna take any chances.” Paterno on the Big Ten coaches teleconference downgraded Bolden to very doubtful despite being listed as probable on this week’s depth chart. Matt McGloin and Kevin

back Denard Robinson, the Lions are trying to find a player with enough quickness to mimic Robinson’s speed on the scout team. So far, the Lions haven’t been able to find anyone too similar to Robinson. “We have guys that can do some of the things he does, but we don’t have anybody that quick,” Paterno said. Defensive end Pete Massaro said redshirt sophomore wide receiver Evan Lewis practiced there on Monday. While the Lions try to find the player that closest resembles Robinson, Paterno said he’s been emphasizing to the team that everyone needs to keep an eye on Robinson at all times. Massaro wouldn’t give any tips when asked if the Lions would spy the quarterback but said, “it’s possible.” “We’re not gonna stop him. He’s Scouting for Robinson gonna make yardage on us In order to prepare for quarter- because he’s too good,” Paterno Newsome will compete for the starting job this week if Bolden is unable to play. Newsome returned to practice Monday after missing time last week because of illness, and Paterno said Newsome is at full strength, and the knee injury he suffered against the Gophers was not serious. Right guard Stefen Wisniewski said if Bolden is unable to go, he doesn’t think the offense will be limited. McGloin’s arm strength and Newsome’s legs bring a different dimension to the offense, Wisniewski said. Paterno would not give a definitive answer when asked if he would use a two-quarterback system this week but said the team will play it by ear. “We’re gonna let the kids compete this week with the idea that we probably won’t have Bolden and see what happens,” Paterno said.

“I guess he’s not gonna make it. We’d love to have [Bolden] play, but we’re not gonna take any chances.” Joe Paterno Football coach said. “He’s too good for that. I just he could see more playing time. hope we can make some plays on “If I were to be critical of him, him.” every once in a while he kind of loses his concentration,” Paterno Powell prepares for time said. Chaz Powell spent much of “When you’re playing where the season switching back and he’s going to be playing at the corforth between offense and ner, you’re under pressure every defense, but Paterno said he hears down, so I think he needs a good the cornerback’s name mentioned week.” a lot. “Chaz Powell must have an Notes: advertising agent,” Paterno joked. Paterno confirmed wide receiv“For a guy that hasn’t played a lot er Curtis Drake and tight end of football he gets a lot of inches.” Andrew Szczerba are officially With cornerback Stephon done for the season. Drake (leg) Morris getting beat on two touch- and Szczerba (back) hadn’t played downs and missing a few tackles a down this season. against Minnesota, Paterno said if To e-mail reporter: aas5220@psu.edu Powell has a good week of practice


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Two Lions honored with conference awards By Andrew Robinson COLLEGIAN STAFF WRITER

A day after breaking her scoring slump against Illinois, Hayley Brock got a text from her mom that read “Congratulations.” The freshman forward on the Penn State WOMEN’S women’s soccer SOCCER team didn’t think about it much until she saw she had been named Big Ten Freshman of the Week. Once Brock realized what her mom had been talking about, she was excited by the news. “It felt really good [getting the goal],” Brock said. “I had been kind of discouraged because I hadn’t been scoring then to score again felt really good.” Brock’s insurance goal in the Nittany Lions’ 2-0 win over Illinois gave her four on the year, tying her for second on the team with fellow freshman Maya Hayes. Prior to Sunday, Brock had been held without a goal since the Sept. 15 win over Bucknell.

Despite Brock not getting the goals in games, senior forward Dani Toney said the freshman has scored plenty in practice and her ability didn’t disappear. Going into the match with the Fighting Illini, Penn State coach Erica Walsh told her young forward it was time to make her shots count. “She does it in training every day,” Walsh said. “She can run right through a back line, a good quality back line. I spoke to her before the game that it’s time to do it in a match and she did it.” Toney said the forwards in general had been struggling a little bit and Sunday’s game was the breakthrough they needed. The senior said she was happy to see her teammate get recognition for her efforts and Toney feels the offense is on the right track for the rest of the year. Knowing they needed to pick up the scoring, Brock said a lot of the work has been on the little things in practice. “We’ve been working really hard on our runs and through balls and timing and it all came

together,” Brock said. “Dani had a great run with perfect timing and I had a ball with a run-through from a great pass. It’s all coming together.” On the other side of the ball, junior defender Emma Thomson collected her second career Big Ten Defensive Player of the Week award. The defense held Illinois to just two shots on net in the win and recorded seven blocked shots. Thomson has been consistent all season and Walsh said the junior’s leadership has come a long way over the course of the year. Walsh said Thomson keeps the defense focused and helps keep the unit together even when things aren’t going in the Lions’ favor. While Thomson got the recognition, junior midfielder Jess Rosenbluth said the entire back line played a strong game and any of them could have won the award. “It’s awesome. Hayley was in a scoring slump so for her to score was really good and boosted her confidence a lot,” Rosenbluth said. “Even now in practice she

was playing awesome. Emma’s she deserved that too.” always been solid in the back line and a good defender so To e-mail reporter: adr5079@psu.edu

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Emma Thomson (25) slides into a Wisconsin player during a 3-2 loss.

Lions set to start second half of Big Ten schedule By Jake Kaplan COLLEGIAN STAFF WRITER

The first 10 didn’t go as well as the players hoped, but the Nittany Lions women’s volleyball team is hoping the second round of Big Ten matches goes a WOMEN’S bit smoother. VOLLEYBALL With five weeks and 10 matches of the Big Ten volleyball season complete, each conference team has played the rest of the Big Ten once. When No. 9 Penn State (17-4, 7-3 Big Ten) hosts Indiana Friday night, the second half of the season will begin.

Penn State is hoping to finish its conference slate stronger than it started. The Lions lost three conference matches, all on the road, and 10 sets total in the first run through the Big Ten. The last time Penn State lost three conference matches in its first Rose half was 2003. That season, the Lions finished on a roll, winning their 10 remaining conference matches. This season, Penn State, which currently sits third in the conference behind No. 6 Illinois (17-3, 9-

1) and No. 15 Michigan (19-3, 8-2), hopes to do the same. Freshman outside hitter Deja McClendon said having already played their next 10 opponents one time will help the Lions, but at the same time, it helps the opponent in the same way. “Now teams know you and your strategies,” said McClendon, who ranks seventh in the Big Ten in kills. “But now you can look at things that you didn’t do right, and improve on those and what you did do right and get stronger.” Penn State coach Russ Rose echoed similar sentiments, saying that playing against a certain team a second time is an apparent

advantage for every team. However, Rose did point out another advantage the Lions own in the second round of conference games. After playing six of their 10 conference matches thus far on the road, the Lions will have six home games opposed to four road games down the stretch. Penn State has won all 10 of its home matches in 2010 and is on an 84match home winning streak dating back to 2006. Some of the toughest matches of the second half figure to be bouts in Ann Arbor, Mich. on Nov. 5, at No. 20 Minnesota on Nov. 27 and a home contest against Illinois on Nov. 13. The Fighting Illini, who sit at first place in the

Big Ten, knocked off the Lions in a five-set thriller back on Sept. 24 in Champaign. Senior middle hitter Arielle Wilson said it helps having seen a team already, but sometimes teams switch up their strategies. Wilson said Purdue (14-7, 5-5), which Penn State hosts Saturday night after losing to the Boilermakers on the road on Oct. 8, has been doing different rotations. “I think it helps a lot, but then they switch it up and it’s kind of something new,” Wilson said. “But just because we know how they are as a team, it helps.” To e-mail reporter: jyk5142@psu.edu


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Icers looking to bring back physical style By Anthony Barton COLLEGIAN STAFF WRITER

At its peak, senior captain Marek Polidor can describe the Penn State Icers’ style of play in one word — intense. ICERS Coaches and players both said they lost that intensity in their previous series against No. 6 Ohio this past weekend. The No. 5 Icers took countless bad penalties and were outshot by 12 on their way to a split in the two-game series. “I think we played hard, but we didn’t play as intense as we would like to,” Polidor said. “Every guy played hard in the games, we just need to come mentally prepared.” The team now has a short week to prepare for two games against No. 15 Liberty on Thursday and

Friday at the Greenberg Ice Pavilion. If history proves as an indicator, junior forward Paul Daley said the Icers will have to regain their physicality, because the Flames rely on intensity to win games. “Liberty is always big and very physical,” Daley said. “They usually have a lot of Canadians that like to play pretty chippy.” To combat that style, Daley said the Icers have been using hitting and battle drills during practice. Assistant coach Josh Hand said regaining their physical form all starts in practice. If players work harder during practice, he said it will translate to the games. Questioned about what it will take to be successful against Liberty’s physical style of play, Hand responded confidently about how his team will play. “They just need to play with a

little bit more swagger like they have in the past,” Hand said. “I don’t want to say arrogant or cocky, but kind of with some swagger.” Senior forward Tim O’Brien said he doesn’t think this Icers team is built to be as physical as years past, but it isn’t necessarily a bad thing. “I think everyone has this stigma that we’re some hardnosed, grinding team that’s going to go out there and be taller and faster and stronger than everyone else,” O’Brien said. “I don’t think that’s the case this year, and we’re going to try and build our own identity.” While that identity is yet to be seen, one thing is certain. With six players taller than 6-foot-1, the Flames will put the Icers physicality to the test. “In this game we’re going to be forced to play physical. We won’t

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Marek Polidor (left) tries to deke an opponent this past weekend. have a choice, that’s just the way just give them a taste of their own they are,” Daley said. “We’ll try to medicine.” outmatch them, be more physical than they are and hopefully we’ll To e-mail reporter: acb5152@psu.edu

Tennessee’s handling of Bruce Pearl situation laughable By Jared Shanker

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OY, they sure do know how to pick ’em down there on Rocky Top. First, Tennessee savior Lane Kiffin, the notorious Oakland Raiders washout with the inability to put his foot in his mouth and penchant for recruiting violaMY OPINION tions, left Tennessee at the altar for the West Coast. It was a black eye for an athletic department that put all its eggs in one basket. The blow of Kiffin’s gutless departure was softened a bit in March, though, when the men’s basketball team, led by enthusiastic and often shirtless coach Bruce Pearl, made its first ever Elite Eight appearance. The Volunteers’ men’s program finally took a step out of Pat Summit’s shadow. It seemed hard to fathom

Tennessee athletic director Mike Hamilton could dislike anybody more than he does Kiffin, but after the latest news regarding an NCAA investigation into Pearl surfaced, he just may have taken that honor from Kiffin as Pearl left the university in the streets beaten and bloodied. The Volunteers men’s basketball program is under investigation for making excessive phone calls to recruits, allowing recruits to exceed official visit time restrictions and meeting with junior recruits at an off-campus site. At least one of those off-campus sites is Pearl’s house, where he hosted a barbecue for three recruits and their families. The barbecue was a violation of NCAA rules and Pearl knew it, and he let all the recruits and their families know it was, too. When NCAA investigators interviewed Pearl this past June, Pearl lied about the barbecue and called one of the recruit’s fathers to remind him to lie if the NCAA contacted him as well.

Maybe even worse, Pearl denied knowing the location of a photograph of him, a recruit and a woman. The picture was taken in Pearl’s kitchen, and the woman was Jana Shay. It must have been the first time Pearl hosted a barbecue or any type of event for friends and staff, because Pearl said he didn’t know who the woman was. Turns out, Jana is the wife of John Shay, who has been an assistant under Pearl for 10 years. How did the public learn about all of this? Well, because a Knoxville, Tenn., television station got hold of the letter of termination Hamilton and Tennessee Chancellor Jimmy Cheek sent Pearl on Sept. 9. “… Chancellor Cheek and I have determined that you engaged in gross misconduct, including dishonesty and other acts involving intolerable behavior,” read Hamilton’s letter to Pearl. “As a result, the University is terminating your Employment Agreement for Adequate Cause.” Twenty-four hours later,

though, Hamilton stood firmly behind his coach and defended Pearl during a press conference, failing to mention anything about the letter sent to Pearl the day before. “People make mistakes, and we all make them,” Hamilton said at a Sept. 10 press conference. “Bruce made one mistake in this incident, and he came forward to correct it. I’m glad he’s our basketball coach. I hope part of what you get out of this today is this is a person that stood up and did the right thing in the end by coming back forward and saying, ‘I want to correct this.’ ” Where do we start with all of Mr. Hamilton’s contradictions: that Pearl made just one mistake, that Hamilton is “glad” Pearl is the coach or that Pearl did the right thing? Lying about the barbecue isn’t Pearl’s lone incident of knowingly violating NCAA rules. The men’s basketball staff also made 96 impermissible phone calls to recruits, 34 of which came from

Pearl, over a two-year period. Hamilton is proud to have Pearl as coach? It sure doesn’t sound like it from this statement from Hamilton’s letter to Pearl: “On the Effective Date (of termination, Oct. 8, 2010), you will become an employee at-will with no definite term of employment.” Pearl is currently without a contract and his new one will be at a reduced salary. Last, Hamilton said Pearl did the right thing. I won’t even spend a sentence debunking that statement, as it would be an insult to my readers. Not only is it a time to change its men’s basketball coach, now it’s time for Tennessee to change the words to its famous renditions of “Rocky Top” after Pearl put the Vols in hot water. Ain’t no smoggy smoke on Rocky Top; Ain’t no telephone bills. Jared Shanker is a senior majoring in journalism and history and is the collegian sports columnist. His e-mail address is jps5226@psu.edu


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