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STATEMENT S n o c a M the
October 25, 2010
Macon State College’s Award-Winning Student Newspaper
Volume 42, Issue 6
Ready to say goodbye – “A Fond Farewell to the Mustangs” Staff Reports The Library and History Student Organization are teaming up to sponsor “A Fond Farewell to the Mustangs” presentation at 3 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 27, in the Library Coffee Shop. Door prizes will include some of the last Mustangslogo items from the bookstore! This event is sponsored in conjunction with Georgia Archives Month.
Midterm elections are near, what will be the effect on MSC? Summer Leverett Managing Editor
Macon State is a designated polling facility for Election Day, which could mean glitches on campus. The gymnasium will be the polling location; therefore it will be closed to all other activities that day. Parking could also be a concern for students; however, it has not been in the past years. Midterm elections can be thought of as a barometer that gauges the public’s political mood between Presidential elections. According to the University of Georgia’s website, “the 2010 congressional elections promise to be both historic and potentially quite important from a policy perspective. As with most midterm elections, these are poised to serve as a referendum on the president as well as the Democratic Party’s performance over the past two years.” Election Day is set for Nov. 2,
but early voting has already begun and will continue until Oct. 29. It is Georgia law that early voting begins at least 45 days before elections. It is also Georgia law
that employers allow at least two hours on the day of elections for employers to vote. There are three candidates to consider in the Governor’s race: Democrat Roy Barnes, Republican
Nathan Deal, and Libertarian John Monds. One of the two U.S. Senate seats is up for grabs in November as well. The candidates vying for the senate seat are incumbent Republican Johnny Isakson, Democrat Mike Thurmond, and Libertarian Chuck Donovan. Georgia has a total of 13 U.S. Congress seats available including local districts. Local elections include: District 2 between incumbent Democrat Sanford Bishop and Republican Mike Keown, District 8 between incumbent Democrat Jim Marshall and Republican Austin Scott, and District 12 between incumbent Democrat John Barrow and Republican Ray McKinney. In addition, there are several more positions available on the state and local level. For more information visit the Georgia Secretary of State’s website at www.sos.ga.gov. See the sample ballot on pages 6-7.
Perry’s Haunted Barn & The F.E.A.R. Institute Last week for openings See page 4 & 5 for photos
photo by Glen Stone Volunteer members of the audience participated in the performance of “Calculus: The Musical!”
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Jobs, will there be one out there for you? By Norma Jean Perkins Editor in Chief
As graduation approaches a burning question for a number of grads might be, will there be a job out in the real world when they finish college? If you look at the statistics, the market doesn’t seem to be favorable for those in the job market. Not only will the recent college graduates be competing against other graduates, they must also compete against the job seekers that have been looking for the past year or more. The Georgia Department of Labor released statistics
on unemployment claims for September. They identified 57,146 initial claims for state unemployment insurance in September. Additionally the GDOL announced there are 94,841 recipients of regular state unemployment insurance benefits and an additional 141,000 who are receiving Federally funded UI benefits. Sam Hall, Director of Public Information for the GDOL stated that from “December 2007 through September 2010 there have been 495,043 who have exhausted regular UI benefits. Of those, 13,712 exhausted benefits in September.
Hall said, “all technical colleges have seen an uptick” in enrollment. He said there is assistance available in the form of a Hope Grant. “There is no grade requirement. It will pay to go to two-year colleges and technical colleges,” said Hall. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) website dealing with issues in October 2010, show “in the second quarter of 2010, about 46 percent of the 14.6 million unemployed persons were jobless for 27 weeks or longer and about 31 percent were unemployed for 52 weeks or longer.” The fact an individual has
graduated from college is apparently not necessarily a guarantee of employment. The BLS states “joblessness for a year or longer has increased regardless of educational attainment. What are some of the options? A perusal of websites, news stories on television and even films have shown young people can look to themselves for an entrepreneurial experience. The internet is full of stories of startup websites with varying items for sale. There are even blog sites that attest to the number of people creating their own company even if that company consists only of themselves.
October 25, 2010
EDITORIALS & OPINIONS
Response to last issue’s editorial concerning on apathy at MSC I was pretty disappointed to read the Oct. 11 editorial opinion written by “Macon Statement” editor Norma Jean Perkins. Unfortunately, the rhetoric used to describe student apathy in this editorial does not match the facts of MSC’s annual Constitution Day. Macon State College’s annual Constitution Day occurred on Sept. 15, 2010 and Sept. 16, 2010 on the Warner Robins campus and Macon campus respectively. Dr. Julie Lester and I facilitated this year’s events.
For both of the events combined we had over 150 students participate. This number of students does not seem to warrant Perkins’ “minimal, at best” description of student involvement. Dr. Lester has been the faculty organizer of this event for the past several years and she stated that this year’s Constitution Day activities garnered more student participation than any of the previous events in her time at MSC. The assertion in the editorial
that the majority of students who participated “were there because their professors counted their attendance as a class attendance” is also erroneous. After spending four hours at Constitution Day on both campuses I can say that I met over a hundred students who came for curiosity, prizes, extra credit and some to satisfy campus activity requirements for their Freshman Year Experience course. While it is troubling that only 17 students on our campus voted for their student government representatives, to lump
Constitution Day activities into this article in order to make a point does a disservice to our students and to an event that many people on campus worked hard to bring about.
The Macon Statement student newspaper never knowingly publishes inaccuracies. If any error is found, the student newspaper is obligated to correct the error as soon as possible, regardless of the source of the error. The Macon Statement wishes to correct the Oct. 11 story “Blue Storm has created a furious storm among some students.” The story contained several errors or omissions. Dean of Students Lynn McCraney was not a member of the working group compiled to narrow down and recommend the name of new mascot. She attended
portions of the Aug. 23 meeting. Macon Statement editor, Norma Jean Perkins, was also present for the entire meeting. During the Aug. 23 meeting, the group had only the suggested names, not the names of those who made the suggestions. The group narrowed the list down to five – Blue Storm, Jets, Stingrays/ Rays, Thunderbirds and Vipers. Members were asked to submit their top two suggestions to Director of Recreation and Wellness James Hagler by the end of the business day, Aug. 25. Quotes in the story from J.P. Mitchell should have been
attributed to a MSC-TV interview conducted by J.R. Peeples. Mitchell was present at the Aug. 23 workshop meeting, but was not present when the winning mascot name was selected, as that was done by Macon State President David Bell. The author of the story, Brittany Spornhauer, did not interview James Hagler. Negative comments were not removed from either the Macon State College or Recreation and Wellness Facebook pages. Hagler explained: “Many positive comments had been made so the negative comments had moved
down on the Facebook page where most people would not see them right away. We purposely never removed any comments because everyone has their right to make a comment.” No “evidence” was given to Bell to indicate “suspicious activity.” The unsubstantiated allegation by Spornhauer was based solely on Mitchell being a member/coach of the Baseball Club. The Macon Statement regrets these errors and omissions. Our mission, as the student newspaper, is to provide the students of Macon State College with timely and accurate campus news.
Sheree’ Keith, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Speech Julie Lester, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Political Science
Correction to Blue Storm mascot article
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October 25, 2010
Letter to the Macon State students Dear Macon State Students,
The Macon State Recreation and Wellness Advisory Committee conducted a thorough needs assessment this past summer. The Committee reviewed the existing Recreation and Wellness program offerings and facilities to determine if existing programming and resources are meeting the needs of current and future students. Committee members also traveled to other colleges and universities for comparison studies. You are invited and encouraged
to attend a Student Forum on Recreation and Wellness to learn about the results of the needs assessment and the recommendation of the Advisory Committee. As students of Macon State, your opinion about recreation and wellness is essential to the improvement process. Please plan to attend one of the six forums scheduled on both campuses, day and evening, for your convenience. You may also visit our website at: http:// www.maconstate.edu/wellness to review Advisory Committee findings and you may submit
your written comments to firstname.lastname@example.org. Student Forum dates, times and locations:
said, “The drive was by far the best result of any college in the state of Georgia we have ever worked with! We were extremely impressed with the interest, support, and involvement of students and staff. We are especially appreciative of the faculty advisors and professors who, with their support, made this event possible. Macon State
rocks! We will be back and we hope other colleges will copy (Macon State’s) example.” The Macon State drive netted 269 registered donors, more than double the combined total of several other colleges in Georgia that have held drives recently. The Macon State drive was sponsored by the Association of Respiratory Educators; Future
Oct. 25, 2010, Humanities/ Social Sciences Theater, 12:30 pm Oct. 26, 2010, Learning Support Auditorium, 11:00 am Additionally, you may view the presentation and information and fill out a survey to identify facilities you would like to see on campus at: https://www. maconstate.edu/wellness/apps/ gym/default.aspx
Again, WE VALUE YOUR OPINION AND ENCOURAGE YOU TO PARTICPATE IN THE GROWTH OF THE RECREATION AND WELLNESS PROGRAM. If you have questions, please contact me at 478-471-2778 and by email at wellness@ maconstate.edu. I look forward to your input. -James James R. Hagler, Jr. Director of Recreation and Wellness
Bone Marrow Registry Drive Exceeds Expectations Staff Reports
Macon State’s recent National Bone Marrow Registry drive, sponsored on Oct. 14 by several college organizations, was an overwhelming success! Alaina Carbonell, recruitment and education specialist for the “Be the Match” Registry and the Eicla Dasilva Foundation,
Health Information Professionals; Association of Healthcare Executives; and Alpha Rho Sigma, the college’s chapter of the International English Honor Society. Key coordination was provided by Chris C. Tsavatewa, assistant professor of health administration.
October 25, 2010
The F.E.A.R. Institute brings terror to downtown Macon photos by Chateaux-Capri Sirmans
October 25, 2010
No other barn brings frights and shocks like Perryâ€™s Haunted Barn photos by Sarah Walker
October 25, 2010
Candidates on the November 2, 2010 General Election Ballot United States Senator Johnny Isakson (Incumbent) P.O. Box 250116 Atlanta, GA 30325 Party: Republican
Dan Barber 5042A Nelson Brogdon Blvd. Buford, GA 30518 Party: Libertarian Secretary Of State
Michael “Mike” Thurmond PO Box 361148 Decatur, GA 30036 Party: Democratic
Brian Kemp (Incumbent) PO Box 5187 Athens, GA 30604 Party: Republican
Chuck Donovan 695 Highland Oaks Ln, Se Mableton, GA 30126-5924 Party: Libertarian
Georganna Sinkfield 179 Tonawanda Drive, SE Atlanta, GA 30315 Party: Democratic
Raymond Beckworth 596 Mannie English Rd Ellabell, GA 31308-6517 Party: Write-In (Certified Write-In Candidate)
David Chastain P.O. Box 249 Marietta, GA 30061 Party: Libertarian
Brian Russell Brown 857 Lake Terrace Dr Augusta, GA 30904-3131 Party: Write-In (Certified Write-In Candidate) Steve Davis 720 Redlion Run Alpharetta, GA 30022-5206 Party: Write-In (Certified Write-In Candidate) Governor Nathan Deal P.O. Box 2495 Gainesville, GA 30503 Party: Republican Roy E. Barnes P.O. Box 5238 Marietta, GA 30061 Party: Democratic John H. Monds P.O. Box 466 Cairo, GA 39828 Party: Libertarian David C Byrne 3162 Calumet Ct, Nw Kennesaw, GA 30152-2371 Party: Write-In (Certified Write-In Candidate) Neal Horsley 871 Kingsbridge Rd Carrollton, GA 30117-5244 Party: Write-In (Certified Write-In Candidate) Lieutenant Governor Casey Cagle (Incumbent) 4143 Ashford Way Gainesville, GA 30507 Party: Republican Carol Porter PO Box 54009 Atlanta, GA 30308 Party: Democratic
Attorney General Sam Olens 1788 Chadds Lake Dr, Ne Marietta, GA 30068-1610 Party: Republican Ken Hodges PO Box 79164 Atlanta, GA 30357 Party: Democratic Don Smart 15 E 48th St Savannah, GA 31405 Party: Libertarian State School Superintendent John D. Barge P.O. Box 129 Rome, GA 30162 Party: Republican Date Qualified: Monday, April 26, 2010 Joe Martin PO Box 9013 Atlanta, GA 31106 Party: Democratic Kira Griffiths Willis 225 Hollyberry Ct Roswell, GA 30076-1212 Party: Libertarian Howard Miller 1 Ashleigh Ln Pooler, GA 31322-3921 Party: Write-In (Certified Write-In Candidate) Commissioner Of Insurance Ralph T. Hudgens 6509 Hwy 106 South Hull, GA 30646 Party: Republican Mary Squires 29 La Rue Pl, Nw
Atlanta, GA 30327-4009 Party: Democratic Shane Bruce 1776 Peachtree St NW Suite 715 South Tower Atlanta, GA 30309 Party: Libertarian Commissioner Of Agriculture Gary Black P.O. Box 1700 Commerce, GA 30529 Party: Republican J. B. Powell 228 Church Street Blythe, GA 30805 Party: Democratic
U.S. Representative, District 8 Austin Scott P.O. Box 988 Tifton, GA 31793 Party: Republican Jim Marshall (Incumbent) P. O Box 125 Macon, GA 31202 Party: Democratic State Senator, District 14 George Hooks (Incumbent) P.O. Box 928 Americus, GA 31709 Party: Democratic State Senator, District 18
Kevin Cherry 4008 Landmark Dr Douglasville, GA 30135-7507 Party: Libertarian
Cecil Staton (Incumbent) P.O. Box 26427 Macon, GA 31221 Party: Republican
Commissioner Of Labor
State Senator, District 20
Mark Butler P.O. Box 607 Carrollton, GA 30112 Party: Republican
Ross Tolleson (Incumbent) P.O. Box 1356 Perry, GA 31069-1356 Party: Republican
Darryl Hicks 1415 Highway 85, Suite 310189 Fayetteville, GA 30214 Party: Democratic
State Senator, District 25
Will Costa P.O. Box 213 Kennesaw, GA 30152 Party: Libertarian Public Service Commission, District 2 - Eastern Tim Echols PO Box 80008 Athens, GA 30608 Party: Republican Keith Moffett P.O. Box 531 Macon, GA 31202 Party: Democratic Age: 39 James “Jim” Sendelbach 3320 Old Salem Road, SE Conyers, GA 30013 Party: Libertarian U.S. Representative, District 2 Mike Keown P.O. Box 96 Coolidge, GA 31738-0096 Party: Republican Sanford Bishop (Incumbent) PO Box 909 Columbus, GA 31902 Party: Democratic
Johnny Grant (Incumbent) P.O. Box 1458 Milledgeville, GA 31059 Party: Republican Floyd L. Griffin P.O. Box 422 Milledgeville, GA 31059 Party: Democratic State Senator, District 26 Robert Brown (Incumbent) P.O. Box 5742 Macon, GA 31208 Party: Democratic State Representative, District 125 Susan Holmes P.O. Box 151 Monticello, GA 31064 Party: Republican David Gault 150 Apple Hill Dr Haddock, GA 31033-2207 Party: Democratic State Representative, District 135 Lynmore James (Incumbent) Post Office Box 601 Montezuma, GA 31063 Party: Democratic
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October 25, 2010
Learn more about Africa with Model African Union Summer Leverett Managing Editor Model African Union is a great way to learn about the African continent and issues that face it. Though a newly Recognized Student Organization (RSO), Model African Union has existed at Macon State for nearly a decade. It allows students the opportunity to attend Model African Union Conferences and represent one of the 54 African member states. The Model is simply a mock version of the actual African Union. The African Union (AU) is an international organization
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that is the primary agent for encouragement of socioeconomic integration on the continent. The AU is focused on the promotion of peace, security and stability across the African continent. “One reason that the Model African Union club and Model African Union conference exist is because the University System of Georgia asked each college and university to internationalize the curriculum,” said Mary Mears, Ph.D. the club’s adviser. “The club is related to the conference and our objectives are similar.” The club was established to introduce students to the Allen Peake (Incumbent) 103 Colony Court Macon, GA 31210 Party: Republican
State Representative, District 136
State Representative, District 138
Tony Sellier (Incumbent) 680 Marshall Mill Road Fort Valley, GA 31030 Party: Republican
Nikki T. Randall (Incumbent) P O Box 121 Macon, GA 31202 Party: Democratic
Sharon B. Howard 152 Summit Dr Byron, GA 31008-5574 Party: Democratic
State Representative, District 139
State Representative, District 137
David E. Lucas (Incumbent) 2594 Saratoga Drive Macon, GA 31211 Party: Democratic
structure and functions of the AU, and to encourage discussion, negotiation, and cooperation on issues pertaining to Africa. Model African Union meets once a month in room 203 in the Learning Support Building. The next two meetings are on Fridays, Nov. 12 and Dec. 3 at 11 am. This year the club will focus on two countries in Africa: Liberia and Sudan. Students in the club will learn about the people and government of each nation. Some students will even have the opportunity to represent Liberia at the state and national conferences.
All Macon State students are encouraged to participate in Model African Union. One purpose of the club is to make “more students aware of global issues concerning Africa,” said Mears. The officers for the club are; President Summer Leverett, Vice-President Mary Bell, Secretary Tracey Baker, Treasurer LaTonya Vaxter, Parliamentarian Randall Jump, and Assistant Secretary Delores Davis. For more information about the African Union visit their website at www.african-union.org.
State Representative, District 140 Allen G. Freeman 195 Walden Woods Dr Macon, GA 31216-7511 Party: Republican
Fenika Miller 202 Virginia Ave Warner Robins, GA 31088-4032 Party: Democratic State Representative, District 146
James A. “Bubber” Epps (Incumbent) P.O. Box 236 Dry Branch, GA 31020 Party: Democratic
Larry O’Neal (Incumbent) P.O. Drawer 730 Warner Robins, GA 31099 Party: Republican
State Representative, District 145
State Representative, District 147
Willie L. Talton (Incumbent) 1126 South Davis Drive Warner Robins, GA 31088 Party: Republican
Buddy Harden (Incumbent) 458 Lakeshore Way Cordele, GA 31015 Party: Republican
Vampires in culture and the classroom By Amiya Gaston Staff Writer Macon State now has a class about vampires. The class being taught by Heather Braun, Ph.D. is a popular culture class all about vampires, and it is the first one this year. The main purpose of this is
to investigate popular culture through the lens of vampires. “There will be three moments of popularity: the 19th century, the 80`s and today,” said Braun. According to Braun, students are to think of a topic on various types of vampires. It will allow them to bring different presentations to class such as biblical or in fashion.
In the class, students will read specific novels and watch certain movies. The novels will include Anne Williams’ “Three Vampire Tales,” “The New Vampire Handbook,” by Joe Garden, Anne Rice’s, “Interview with a Vampire” and Stephanie Meyer’s “Twilight: The Graphic Novel.” The films that are going to be shown will be “Nosferatu,”
“Dracula,” “Love at First Bite” and many others. Braun said that during the course of the class students will learn how myths have changed overtime. Braun said that she is a big fan of vampires. She likes the mysterious, Victorian and sympathetic ones like in the movie, “Let the Right One In.”
“Despicable Me” shown on WRC film night By Devereaux Lindsey Staff Writer Oct. 15 was far less than a despicable night for the students, faculty and staff who gathered behind Thomas Hall at Warner Robins Campus to watch the feature film, “Despicable Me.” WRC staff member, Joyce Fountain, was extremely excited to be there. “I’ve been coming
to the family movie night ever since Student Life introduced the event. It is nice to watch films outdoors, and I know how hard Student Life works to put it all together,” said Fountain. As the sun went down, more spectators arrived. Some brought blankets to lounge on the grass, while others brought chairs to enjoy the film. Many audience members were thrilled to have Macon State open the event to family
members as well. Students such as Lucy Kemp and Walter Barrett invited guests to enjoy “Despicable Me.” Barrett’s mother, Rachel Barrett was thrilled to be there. “It’s fantastic that families can come too. I have only seen previews of this movie, but I am looking forward to it,” said Rachel Barrett. Also among the audience were many Freshman Year Experience students. The event
was one of the many that they may choose to get involved in. Freshman Andrew Bloser said that he mostly attends classes on the Warner Robins campus and was looking forward to the show being so close to home. Events like family movie night encourage students to become involved with their school community. The event was sponsored by the Office of Student Life and was free for all.
October 25, 2010
Calculus is in my heart to say we would all find out soon enough. Sitting in the theatre, waiting for the show to start, I had started speculating about the show. There couldnâ€™t be more than five players, because the stage was so small. What could they possibly be using the projection screen for? What did I get myself into? It turned out there were only two actors: Sean and Jae. And the projection screen was to give more substance to the play than just two actors could do by themselves. As for what I got myself into, I would say it was an hour of
By Carrie Ginest Staff Writer In the tradition of â€œSchool House Rock,â€? â€œCalculus: The Musical!â€? brings music and education together. On Oct. 13, the math department hosted â€œCalculus: The Musical!â€? I decided to take my 12-yearold and 9-year-old sons with me because of the show being both a musical and educational. On the way to the theatre, I received questions and comments of: Weâ€™re going to a musical? About math? What? I donâ€™t get it. I had no answers for them; except
a theatre review delightful comedic learning. Audience participation was part of the production and because it started before the musical, audience members were more excited and interested in the musical. The musical numbers imitated hits from the â€œBeatles,â€? â€œThe Who,â€? Petula Clark, Aretha Franklin, Madonna, â€œRed Hot Chili Peppers,â€? Eminem and Bonnie Tyler just to name a few. Although I didnâ€™t know the lyrics to these songs, the familiar melodies made the songs comfortable and fun. The lyrics and other information can be found on their
website www.calculusthemusical. com. Seanâ€™s and Jaeâ€™s singing and acting talents pulled the play together. I want to use calculus terms to express my pleasure in this musical, but I think Sean and Jae did enough of that throughout the show, so I will control myself. Did I walk away knowing more about calculus than I did walking in? No, I donâ€™t think so, but I was able to hum a couple of catchy tunes. And my boys, they had a blast. We had to buy the CD and listened to it on the drive home.
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