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— No. 34

October

12,

1998

Special Needs gets $600,854 By

Lisa Wilhelm

Kitchener-Wilmot representing

the

MPP

Gary Leadston,

provincial

government,

presented a cheque for $600,854 on Oct. 2 to Conestoga College President John Tibbits and Marian Mainland, co-ordinator of special needs. It is the first installment of special-project funding to assist students learning

with

direction

of

disabilities,

the

province’s

under the Learning

Opportunities Task Force. “Students with learning disabilities have

unique challenges that require additional their resources to assist them with endeavours,” Leadston said. Conestoga is one of eight schools chosen from 33 that applied at post-secondary institutions in Ontario to receive provincial funding totaling $30 million. To be eligible for an award, Mainland was given four weeks to make up and submit a proposal to the Learning Opportunities Task Force. In

May, Finance Minister Ernie Eaves

Will the

announced the chosen schools during his budget speech. The funds will be targeted to support pilot projects designed to test out new support services designed to increase the academic success of students with specific learning disabilities (SLD). Conestoga’s funding will be used for many purposes. Seven new staff members have been hired and the special needs office has recently been renovated. New computers have been purchased for the literacy lab, and software adaptive with along for designed specifically technology students with specific learning disabilities. New computers and adaptive software

Kitchener-Wilmot MPP Gary Leadston (left) presents a cheque of $600,854 to Conestoga College special needs co-ordinator Marion Mainland and president (Photo by John Sawicki) John Tibbits on Oct. 2. and transition to the workplace. “(The program) is open to the community,” said Mainland. “High school and elementary teachers will be able to come and see what’s available. Parents and students with SLD will be able to came and

have also been purchased for Conestoga’s satellite campuses. Two new credit courses are being developed for SLD students as well as professional development activities. Staff and faculty will keep them up-to-date on project activities. A model for transition

tion

from secondary to post-secondary school to employment is being developed to ensure a smooth flow from pre-admission to gradua-

try

“Based on the

success

of Conestoga

College, this program will be successful because this college is based on success,”

Leadston

said.

out the equipment, so hopefully the

program) is in its infancy and can only grow and be nurtured.” The project is renewable annually for up to

Waterloo

four years and could reach a total value of

whole education system Region will benefit.”

in

“It (the

$2.7 million.

millennium ‘bug’ Conestoga computers? By Dee

Bettencourt

“The programmers of 30 years ago never

In just 15 months the infamous Y2K, or year 2000, will tick over within the technical world’s docks and “you wilt not survive Jan.

1

without hearing about

it,

somewhere,

somehow,” predicts Tony Pimenoff, the

new

director,

technical

information

Y2K

first

generations of microcomputers where the timer chip on the motherboard bios (basic

82 for 19821 The reason why four digits were not originally stored in the ‘50s was due to expense. Even though storage costs have come down considerably and consistently, banks, insurance companies and educational institutions remained notorious for using only two digits, primarily because of their heavy use of mainframes.

you money,” says Pimenoff. “It is a simple problem conceptually, but the logic programmed in the computers won’t handle this problem, imbedded as it is into the hardware of the personal computer in the clock and the bios chips. Only some bios can be upgraded and most chips computers manufactured up to 1996

last

two

“You get

to Dec. 3

1

,

1999, then the timer 1

,

00. Unfortunately,

a lot of the applications will interpret 00 as 1900. If you’re a bank doing a loan calculation, the loan

may

look

like the

March

1

since

it is

a leap year.

campuses are

OK?

Pimenoff says that computers purchased from 1996 onwards should not be suspect, but any 386- or 286-Megahertz personal computers, generally found in administrative areas, will have problems. After calling

digits.

Example of Y2K problem chip ticks over to Jan.

had this problem.” Three dates in the year 2000 will have to be accounted for: Jan I , and Feb. 28 and

Which student computers on which

input output system) will only deal with the

1

services, explains the impact of

Pimenoff. That philosophy has lasted into the

Conestoga College. His position was created just over a month ago when he transferred from the private sector, that many Pimenoff explained on Oct. computer systems and applications written over the last 30 years stored only the last two digits in dates. v For instance, 56 was stored for 1956 and services, for

Tony Pimenoff, information technical

thought their programs would be used this long, but it is the nature of computers to on previous programs,” says build

bank owes

John Gilmour, computer services technician and lead band, Pimenoff reported that only a couple of student labs still need to be upgraded and they are anticipated to be fully functional by 2000. Lab A12 at the Guelph campus will receive a minor upgrade this coming summer and lab A7 at the Waterloo campus is currently being updated for

Y2K bugs.

Pimenoff says Hewlett Packard (HP) servers, which are the network servers, and teleacommunication equipment are secure. Continued us 2000 on Page 2


Page 2

— SPOKE, Oct

12,

1998

New additions to assistance program

OSAP facing changes for new school web

By Melissa

Dietrich

Full-time

students

“The government wanting

number of

aid face a

financial

changes to the Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP) in the 1998-99 school year. One of the newest additions to the program is a Canada Study with for Students Grant Dependents, worth up to $3,000. Carol Walsh, of financial aid at Conestoga College, said 200 to 250 students have applied for this grant available in November. Single-parent students, married

who

students or students

common-law have

dependent

However,

The also

application

Until last year an independent

student

was

federally defined as

when

changed the definition of

what an independent student

is,

said Walsh.

Moving

to

Conestoga College

aid,

contribution level this year to an income of $40,000, again giving

money

less

than

they

their

opposed

have gradu-

who have graduated program and have taken out a loan that exceeded more than the maximum $7,000 per year, Students

from

The Ontario Student Opportunity Grant (OSOG) is another new feature of the 1998-99 OSAP options. It replaces the former Loan

to after they

ated.

their

will be able to receive the out-

money from the who will then deposit

standing

ondary students.

reduce their debt.

society to contribute towards the

essentially the

applications are up slightly from

education of the family.”

and

last year.

OSAP.

Another change

new

to

OSAP

$10

provincial

is

fee

may now

Students

Walsh all

said

OSOG

the

the

Walsh

is

same as the LFP government did was

directly to the students’ banks to

it

said the

number of OSAP

a

for

OSAP

would have normally,” said Walsh. She said the provincial government has raised the parental

of

status

application.

a different name.

“The government is trying to put more responsibility on parents and

for

parental consent.

getting

current

their

it

The only exception is that the government calculates students’ debt at the end of each year, as

government,

processing booklet applications.

they

and

give

Forgiveness Program, which was designed help high-need post-sec-

fewer students the chance to apply

want the provincial share they have to get but

“In those instances, students are

provincial government has

OSAP

about

Carol Walsh, financial

loan,

$275 per week.

Applicants can also use the website (http://osap.gov.on.ca) to find out additional information

education of the family.”

can get their federal portion of the

need of must be more than

responsibility

towards the

to contribute

are

children

the financial

the dependents

on parents and society

who

eligible to receive this grant.

more

trying to put

anyone out of high school for more than four years, however, this has now been extended to five years on a provincial level. Because of this difference, Walsh said OSAP applicants who have been out of school for four years

are in a

relationship

is

site, which helps eliminate some paperwork.

year

apply

for

from the Internet as well. This new option waives the $10 application fee.

Walsh said out of

the

applications received, about

cent of them

came from

the

2,000

50 per

OSAP

U.S or Mexico?

Diploma not enough to obtain green card By Dee Bettencourt

difficulty obtaining their

passage

ended up Waterloo

into the U.S. the college renting office space on

England, Germany and France, offers greater free

movement of

Diploma holders, beware. If you think you can match a

campus

baccalaureate’s

(bachelor’s

provider installed Internet service

differences

degree) ability for professional

and the graduate employees wrote computer code for the American

European

company long distance before moving to Virginia.

crossover of alien professionals.

from

mobility

United

Canada

the

following

States

may

you

graduation,

to

be

them.

for

A

private

disappointed.

Conestoga College principal Grant McGregor says that under the terms of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) between Canada, and U.S. Mexico, free movement of Canadian personnel to relocate, work in the States and apply for a green card requires a degree. If you have a college diploma,

you must also have three years of

from Ontario admissible

professional

before

applying

Embassy

to

the

simply not

is

for

green-card

status under

NAFTA

dilemma,”

the

crux

says

of

without the extra time

“Rightly or wrongly, the degree

spent working.”

Conestoga College principal

took those students about a year to gain access to the States,” “It

McGregor fortunate the

“They were company didn’t give

says.

up.”

McGregor says Economic. involving

the

Union countries

side

this

European (EEU), such

various

provide

a excessive

to

of the

personnel

some

in

McGregor

as

College preparing for 2000

areas,

says.

Computers are the

provincial

a

Unless we have articulation agreements with universities, it will remain a problem for a diploma to move a

to

baccalaureate

to

a

“It’s

close,

tight.

it’s

hasn’t been a formal

I’m aware

There

Y2K

plan

This is a has raised a flag. People have been looking at that

timely interview

of.

- it

own area pockets,” says Pimenoff. “I know bits and pieces have been done, but have tbeir

Administrative

cent prepared Laura Eagleshara,

feed

American few Ontario college students have received students directly into

Yet

finance

and

half, four

universities

responsible

program

of

study,

their

denying

students the chance to earn a one-year degree and easy mobility to U.S or Mexico for work opportunities.

“A

diploma from simply not admissible for green-card status under NAFTA without the extra time spent working.” three-year

Ontario

is

director,

systems

for

Conestoga College, says she is charge of administrative and telephone systems and has heard “ad nauseam about Y2K conversations from the press, magazines and others.” Eagtesham says she is not worried since over the last year and a

recognized standing with Ontario for

is only the tip of the iceberg. “This reaches far beyond computer systems. For instance, will elevators work? Some of the

ers

computers

Without a relevant “connection between colleges of applied arts and technology, these parallel structures won’t always meet,” says McGregor. For instance, he estimates that some 20-plus, American Niagaracolleges

Pimenoff says being prepared with respect to personal comput-

not received documentation.”

and telephone systems 90 per

junior

just tip of

the iceberg

masters to a PhD.”

universities.

can’t drink ourselves

(Photo by Melissa Dietrich)

adds, “I don’t want to deval-

frontier

We only sell what we

Carol Walsh of financial aid at Conestoga College, discusses the changes to OSAP for the 1998-99 academic year.

Atlantic

Ocean, language is not an issue and completely open borders, minus NAFTA, could lead to significant displacement of local

easily

academic currency.” Conestoga’s principal went on to say one Virginian company employed several Conestoga College graduates, but had such al

barrier

which is phenomenon.

Grant McGregor,

constitutes immediate internation-

between countries

and England don’t understand the value of an Ontario diploma,

the

McGregor.

On

Language

countries.

ue the diploma. The problem is that people in venues like the U.S.

Department of Immigration. “That’s

natural

He

experience through the

related

American

“A three-year diploma

American

North

than

professionals

programmer analysts for

administrative

timing unit will be ’suspect as they automatically turn on lights, air

auditioning, heating. Will the

hydro work 1

in

your home on Jan. itself will be shut

T The college

down on Jan. 1. Once you have your own bouse in

order,

Pimenoff says

important to

make

it

is

sure vendors,

suppliers and customers are working on being Y2K. compliant * as well As this is a housekeeping issue

offering

no

positive


SPOKE, Oct.

Annual

If you think Oktoberfest is just about beer and polka music then you have only seen one side of Canada’s Great Bavarian Festival, held Oct. 9-17 throughout the Waterloo Region. There are also 35 family and cultural events that are a part of

The

overall trickle-down effect

of the

money people spent to come region was $21 million.

to the

“Everything about Oktoberfest

is

exciting,” says Alex Magditsch, the lederhosen chair of the family

and cultural events committee. Magditsch is excited about the

new

events

year

this

at

Oktoberfest, including the exhibit

Oktoberfest.

Wings of

Last year more than 600,000 people attended Oktoberfest, said Elizabeth Brenner, vice-chair of

moths and butterflies at Canada’s Naturium in Cambridge. The Vienna Boys Choir will also

the family and cultural events committee. The festivities leave Waterloo region better off economically and socially after all

be performing at the Centre in the Square on Oct. 14, as part of

the festhalls are closed for the

Jane Goodall’s lecture/slide presentation to take place at the

year.

This year organizers are counting

being voted

traffic after

number

one

tour-bus

destination for 1997.

The

festival

and have coin

who

in

run festhalls

Brenner at the K-W Oktoberfest Preview held Oct. 3, at Conestoga Mall. sales, said

Paradise, a display of

Oktoberfest.

Another event year

that is

new

this

is

Centre in the Square on Oct. 22. For the second year Sportsworld will be providing family passes to ride the

brings

$1.4 million for over 70 non-profit local charities,

— Page 3

to Oktoberfest than just beer

By Sarah Thomson

the

1998

festival brings millions of dollars to region

More

on more

12,

midway.

Spoke

will be covering the events of Oktoberfest throughout

the

festivities

and

a

souvenir

edition will be out by Oct.

19,

along with the regular edition of Spoke.

Elizabeth Brenner, left, and Alex Magditsch of the Family and Cultural events committee at Oktoberfest preview held at Conestoga Mall on Oct. 3. (Photo by Sarah Thompson)

Dave Putt direcphysical of resources] concerning other options that may be looked at We are looking at “I spoke with

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smoke.

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Al Hunter, security’ supervisor

he and his staff still have to ask people to. move away from the entrance area, no one has caused

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by Jason Gennings)

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COUNSELLOR’S CORNER: SELF-

ESTEEM DSA

Talking about self-esteem, people use phrases like “She has

presents.

high self-esteem” or “He has low self-esteem.” I don’t think anyone can be categorized that simply. We all have strengths

Free Nooiter

and weaknesses and our attitude toward these affects our selfesteem. Reactions to low test marks vary from “I didn’t do well on this test” to “I’m stupid.”

How

Featuring

you regard your

relationship skills, personality, job

school performance, body image or sexuality

all

and

impact on

your self-esteem. This influences how you view opportunities and limitations. For example, do you avoid social situations fearing others won’t like you? Do you avoid new experiences because you anticipate failure?

Sean Cullen

in self-esteem by developing confidence and from within. Self-esteem doesn’t change overnight.

You can grow strengths

talk.

The objective

value as a

Thursday, Oct. 22 1 1

:30

You can N 0o°

It

builds slowly by taking care of yourself, developing support and intimacy, setting realistic goals and learning positive self-

human

%

to accept yourself

and acknowledge your

read about self-esteem, talk to a counsellor or attend

an upcoming group

sr

is

being.

in

Student Services.

SELF-ESTEEM GROUP:

am

beginning the week of October 19, 1998

The Sanctuary

week

=>

5 weeks, 2 hours per

=>

times to be determined from time sheets submitted by

participants

Sign up in Student Services El

-

Room 2B02


— SPOKE, Oct.

Page 4

1998

12,

COMMENTARY

The joys

Sorry Occifer.

of

When you

guys said (burp) "three times

public transit

M

change their expression no matter what happens around them. One of the loud talkers could tell a great joke beside a stone face and they

any students

take the bus to Conestoga day. each Riding the bus

frequently just

wouldn’t even give a clue they heard anything. Jerks are in a category all to

is

Some

themselves.

one of the

you when you and trying to keep your balance going around the

who

wonderful

people

experiences of

are standing

being a student without a

car.

School mornings on the bus that the centre are so

filled

packed aisle is

with people standing, even of the white line behind

in front

There is a sign at the front of the bus that is most

the driver’s seat.

comical.

It

reads:

Move

to the

back of the bus. Bus will not operate

passengers stand in front

if

of the white

line.

should be

signs

of these

All

removed; the bus never stops no matter

how many

people stand in

front of the white line. Passengers

have had to get off the bus because has been so crowded that it passengers who had reached their off

get

couldn’t

stop

Besides the crowds, there are the the sleepers, the stone

people,

loud talkers and the

jerks.

The

sleep

will

sleepers

anywhere. They are the lucky ones

who

got on early to get a seat. Stone faces are people that never

snarl at

Who

curves while they are sitting. should be snarling here?

The

of

a

loud

/

1 a

are

jerks

other

combination

talker

mixed with a heap of profanity and disrespect for everyone around them. Rarely does anyone, even the bus driver, have enough courage to

tell

these people to shut

up or get off the bus. One bus driver did do this one night. I was on the bus when he told the young females to clean up the profanity

or

off

get

the

bus

because there were young children listening to them. Their reaction, instead of quick apology and quietness, led to giggles and one said

word

otherwise.

faces, the

'

jerks are the

she didn’t know what the profanity meant.

Riding the bus is an adventure and as long as you can limit your trips, take the bus when it’s not busy and keep your sense of humour you may survive. If you do that it can be an interesting time to observe people in their natural state.

Doing that thing we

How men and women behave to get their way usually worked.

n today’s society of

I instant gratification,

that

person

V Wk>-

|JH

want when they want it. But what happens

when

Mjk |S|

say

my mind

no

if

we

don’t

want

to

do

something? My mom has a simple answer: because it works.

That question came to

tactics

is

met with resistance to their needs or even a

when a

work equally well when women don’t want to do something. A little whining here, some tears there and women can get out of pretty much These

recently,

friend told

me how

disgusted she

was with how she had reacted when she didn’t get her way.

When the other person my friend

wasn’t too interested in her idea^ offered to bake brownies and

caved

finally

in,

she kissed

when he him on the

out Of pretty

cheek.

My

friend

came

up

interesting observation;

become

with

women

a

much

anything,

very

....

extra feminine to get what they

from

most men stoop to the to. If they want something, they ask for it and if they don’t

respond like a damsel in

get it they try some pretty interesting convincing methods, but you would never see a man offer to make dinner to get his way. What I havf noticed is that some men throw temper tantrums when they don’t get their way. Some become aggressive while

Puppy-dog eyes and a jutting

Yet,

yon

level that

Keep

in

mind

that not all

women

are like

had a friend who used threats to get what she wanted and the sad thing is, they this.

I

rarely see

use

insults

as

a

means

lower

most

lip

women give

But once again, why do we do the things Is it because we’re too scared to

Men also seem prone to pouting if they don’t get their way or if they want something. Puppy-dog eyes and a jutting

confront someone

enough to make most

but why do manipulative behaviour? in,

men

to

disagree with

to insults or tears. In the end,

The behaviour bod) men and women

it

will

work

out best for everyone.

SPOKE is mainly funded

Keeping Conestoga College connected

when they

what we want? Probably. What we should be doing is sticking up for ourselves and getting what we want the honest way. Argue for what you want but don’t revert

woman

revert

in.

of

we do?

lip are

make

are enough to

male or female.

give

distress.

some of us go

intimidating the other person, whether

lower

tend to

men, whether by baking brownies, kissing on the cheek or fluttering want

and WO men Can get

When we don’t get what we want or need, we stoop to the maturity level of child or

of the time.

others

tears thefe

exhibit in these situations IS manipulative.

Her boyfriend was the one pleading most

who ended up whining and

from September

to

May by

the

Doon

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this

newspaper do not necessarily

reflect the

Conestoga College or the DSA. Advertisers

in

views of

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SPOKE, Oct 12, 1998

Three

— Page 5

strikes, you’re out!

North America’s toughest drunk driving law By Jacqueline Smith

He

then said that

happens at Conestoga College’s Doon were asked their opinion on Ontario’s new drunk driving law, which

Students

campus,

came into effect Oct. 1 Under the law, first-time offenders have

will

suspended for one year. They will have to submit to a 16-hour, $475 treatment program at their own expense. Second-time offenders will lose their

Douglas Giesel, a second-year

electri-

cal engineering technician student: I

think

it’s

their licences

for life, although they can appeal after 10

the breathalyser will only be

years.

They will have to have a clean record and have a breathalyser installed in their

selves.

vehicle. Fourth-time offenders will never

Serena Myrre, a second-year general arts and science student said the new law would

get a driver’s licence in Ontario again.

reduce the number of drivers

“Drinking and driving is an important problem that should not be tolerated,” said Michelle Breig, a nursing student.

drive.

it

great,” said

is

Douglas Giesel.

electrical technician said

it seemed people would away with drinking and driving. “Basically, all they got was a slap on the

ones

in

are

place before.”

Photos by Jacqueline Smith

around harming them-

try to get

who

drink and

“All cars should have an ignition interlock device installed in them,” said Dan Krauter.

The

first-year

technician said

electrical

it is

engineering

easier to call a cab.

“You can always pick up your car. It’s not money, it is saving people’s lives. If

the installed ignition

is

not foolproof,

who

“I know people who have seven impaired charges and still have their licence,” Giesel

you?” Krauter said. “I think it is fair, because I don’t think people should be drinking and driving three

went on

times,” said Cliff Laurin.

Denman.

in

it

for

one

Laurin,

of

the

college’s

security guards, said like every sport, three

“People change. Basically, if someone is an alcoholic and is caught three times and they lose their licence, who’s to say they won’t clean up their act before 10 years,”

said the penalty should vary according to the amount of alcohol a person

Denman said. Denman said

consumes. “I have a friend

that while the ignition inter-

lock device (breathalyser) is

is

a good idea,

it

not foolproof.

“You can have someone blow have your car

from drunk drivers.”

it

would blow

except for the 10 years,” said

Breig a first-year nursing “Society should be protected

means absolutely zero tolerance, it is good idea,” said second-year robotics student Koyrosh Abdi. “If

hand,” said Giesel.

to say.

Michelle student:

definitely a

just the

Chris

new measures

who

Searth said people

get

“It is fair

.

what they had in the microcomputer

“It is better than

administration student.

for the longest time

.

it

on accidents.

to take the treatment program. Third-time offenders will lose their licence

The second-year

traion student: better than the

effective, but

holes in the

100 per cent (breathalyser), can cut down is

have

“I think

microcomputer adminis-

many

Brindley said there are

system. She said nothing

past,” said Lyle Searth, a

The first-year student said repeated offenders should be punished and society should be protected from them.

Lyle Searth,

the fact that

it is

Third-year broadcasting student, Crystal Brindley, said she believes it is fair. “There are too many accidents,” she said.

licence for three years and they will also

.

great.”

families,

not just what and the victims’ you kill someone.

is

it

to the victims

started,”

Denman

in

it

and

said.

strikes

and you’re

out.

“It is fair,” said student

Paul Serpa.

Serpa

good

who

cannot handle

bottle or more, if your

it

idea.”

lost his licence for a

year after only drinking one beer. So one or 20 bottles is the same charge,” Serpa said.

“Whether one

Koyrosh Abdi, a second-year robotics “Lifetime student: suspension of licences for third-time offenders is a

body

you should not drive,” said

Dan

Krauter.

The

electrical engineering student said

people should be responsible.

Do you want the full use the wagon?

of

CHECK THE SPOKE

Buffalo Bills Sun. Nov. Peter Oscandlan, detachment

Oscandlan said there

Cambridge

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have a clean record, complete the necessary treatment program and have a interlock they

suspension

first-time offenders will lose their

ignition

licence for one year.

vehicle.'

Even

though

first-time

must an education program managed by same,

driver

the

complete

successfully

for Centre Addiction and ^iatal Health, The 16-hour treatment program

the

province’s

$475 and

is at the driver’s

persona! expense.

S

Oscandlan said in 1997, there was an increase in impaired drivers in Ontario.

Be said since

Peolpe

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with or without transportation

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increase

with convictions ranging from $5,000 to $25,000, up from $500 to $5,000. Those caught driving with a suspended licence for a

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vs.

objective is to stop as as possible ” he said,

enough

be-, fleet! I second $10,000 to $50,000, up from $1,000 to $5,000.

easier

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1,

nine-ball

as two-time Canadian Gerry champion

Watson brought his pool show to Conestoga College. “He had the crowd m awe" said 31 -year-old Gary Peilkh, a third-year management studies

CONESTOGA COLLEGE UNITED WAY CAMPAIGN STARTS MONDAY,

student.

The

show two-hour by a mainly

witnessed

was male

who crowded the pool and stood on tables and

audience, table

chairs to get a better Anew,

OCTOBER

19,

1998

performance. his During Watson, nicknamed The Ghost, with crowd the amazed and trick -shots numerous prop-shots, some involving a paper bag and many cues

Your Gitts are Changing

Lives'

strategically

placed

on

the

Gerry “the Ghost” Watson takes aim on appearance at the Sanctuary Oct. 1 -

He a really difficult one. attempted the shot until he sank the balls.

After showing the audience his Watson played* three

table.

tricks,

easy shot. the

CDNE5TPGA

crowd

He

laughed and told

that

them aoorcciate

it it

would make when he made

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who

barely

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got

thunderous

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ENTERTAINMENT Canadian

Oct. 12, 1998

— Page 7

her own voice

artist finds

Adam’s Rib sticks out By Melanie Spencer

Adam’s

track,

which

Rib,

is

currently receiving heavy rotation

You may not know who Melanie Doane is, but if her sophomore album, Adam’s Rib is any indication, she’s well on her way to

becoming a household name.

Before launching her own musical career, this multi-instrumentalist worked with many talented Canadian artists, includ-

The Pursuit of Happiness, Universal Honey, and Blue Rodeo ing

frontman, Jim Cuddy. “I’m a good side-man, but it’s through working with other artists that I

said

have found my own voice,” the Canadian in her

biography.

And

she certainly has found her

As

voice.

the follow-up to her

on many radio

A

stations.

catchy

it

while

offers

hope

choices

or

the

title

the

that the situation will

be resolved.

begins to realizes that there

barely

are

lyrics

whisper

until

more than a

the chorus,

when

become more powerful as Doane begs the man to tell her they

why

he cried. But of the 12 songs on Adam’s Rib Happy Homemaker is the best. It screams hit single. The ,

Eve

Slowly,

plans.

song, heavily influenced by the

is

Doane sings with a vengeance: “Then I

rhythm of choices

Tom Petty, is about the women have. “I feel like

wonder/ What’s this spell I might be under/ It’s time to break away/ It’s time to feed this

women

are told they can have

more

to life than

started

Adam,

as

to

Beauty

is

another topic the singer

taking

only able to see beauty through comparison. The catchy

is better,

is

guitar

rhythms

Doane ’s

Nova

the

30

Sept.

episode of the television show

Scotia native.

said

gender has come in the past three decades, the 23-year-old directs her lyrics to both male and female. “Showing off your ass ‘cause thinking

you’re

Girlfriend, let

a

it’s

me

break

trend/ it

down

you again/ You know I only say it ‘cause I’m truly genuine/ Don’t be a hardrock when you’re really a gem.” This is just part of for

the first verse of

By Judy Sankar Lauryn Hill first came to us in “Pras” Prakazrel with 1993 Michel and Wyclef Jean in the form of the Fugees. Perhaps best

known

for Killing

Me

was a global

Softly, a

success, the

song that group not only sang their way to the top, but also acted as a catalyst

mainstream music for other

in

hip-hop acts. The Score, which features Killing Me Softly, sold 17 million

making

units

Fugees the

all

the.

The

time biggest-selling

rap group.

claiming

After

two

Grammy

awards in 1996, the Fugees parted ways to pursue solo projects. While Pras and Jean took on the

more quickly than Hill, The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill

transition

demonstrates the adage: the best things

come

to those wait.

Listening to mainstream radio

Energy you have almost certainly heard the most recent release from Miseducation, Doo

stations like Hits 103.5 or

108

(107.9),

Wop

(That Thing). This song isn’t

just a to.

song that has to be danced

Just listen to the lyrics next

time you hear exactly

what

mastered the

I

and you’ll see mean. Hill has

it

art

of delivering

Doo Wop

(That

Thing) that Hill dedicates to the girls, encouraging them to respect themselves and not to jump into bed with any guy. In the second verse dedicated to the guys, Hill says, “stop acting

boys and be men.” Hill

like

the

men

tells

to take responsibility for

their children

and take

it

easy with

“More choice

details the life of a

scared

is

of

becoming a carbon copy of her

How You

Cried is about a man over a woman, instead of the typical song about a man leaving behind a woman who is crushed by the breakup. The

who’s

crying

woman who

mother, a

never did

what she wanted, but what she should. Doane’s striking vocals give the sense that this is one of her

own

fears, as she sings

about

own album, everything

him/her,

it

must be

reminds possible to do

Hill

instead

to pointed out.

that

artists it all

of

handed

and

still

intertwines

beats,

rhythms and

such a

way

in

that

is

please

for herself as a solo artist just as

it

tell

the audience.

well

The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill was highly anticipated and it is by no means a disappointment. Hill

wasn’t.

as

she

did

when

mmm^

You ‘re not cool

if

you

don’t have

this.

Something

to pass the

you

where one ends and the other begins. She can clearly fend

can’t

this.

time with.

messages

about.

she It

makes a great

coaster.

Three Buck Tuesday

Movie Night

Lost, Ones, the first song on the album, addresses how people change when they get lots of money. It may be a situation that’s musically addressed been hundreds of times, but Hill has ,

given

it

a

new

sound.

better than silver Hill

showing she

“Wisdom

Tuesday, Nov, 3

is

8:00

and gold,” says is

wiser than her

pm

years.

With Every Ghetto, Every

City,

The Sanctuary

the South Orange, New Jersey native proves she hasn’t lost sight

of where she came from. She takes us back to her childhood, focusing

on the happy memories and things good

the

all

that

happened. As such, the feel of the song is upbeat. The aforementioned songs are' just a few examples of what The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill has to offer.

I

have placed emphasis on

Admission only S3 for students $6 for Quests Free 600 ml bottle

the lyrics and rightfully so because

every

song

on

the

album

written, arranged, producede

music.

takes so

messages

his/her

having

Die for

the violence.

without jeopardizing the quality of the positive

SYSTEM

the

proves she has that thing While many use Hill as an example of how far the female

&

RATING

it

Ex-Fugee goes solo

Hill

^

but not easier.”

The song

valid observa-

tion that society creates the ugly to

responsibility,”

homemaker who

drumbeats

and

The passion that radiates from Doane’s voice makes Adam’s Rib an excellent effort. It may also make her a household name.

but that’s really not true. We do have choices we’ve never had before, but that still involves choosing, decision making, and

explores on the album. There is No Beautiful describes how society

wanting to lose the crap without losing the ground women have made over the years.

all,

hunger.”

was featured on

involves.

The album opens with

what she country-twang

did,

song about the birth of Eve and how, as a part of Adam, she never had to make to this

admire the beautiful. Absolutely Happy, a song that

limitations

cry.

backdrop

pop

human and the

husband

sizes her heartbreak over

reinforce

of being

incident in which

beat and funky violin provide the

1996 debut album, Shakespearean Fish, Adam’s Rib is a countrifiedclassic, dealing with the topic

was inspired by an Doane made her The violin empha-

Party of Five,

performed by

Hill.

much

When

an

is

and

artist

responsibility for

of

Coke &

Free popcorr


Page 8

— SPOKE, Oct.

1998

12,

ENTERTAINMENT Movie Reviews

Antz stomp way to big screen success By Rob Himburg

Z

does not view

perfect and Is

as

everything in a perfect world

good

as

it

seems?

It

may

His dream

just

who comes from

movie

shows

Antz

is to

of the princess,

world as a rebel

capture the heart

who

expected to be named the queen and pump out the next generation of ants. The overzealous General Mandible, the voice of Gene Hackman, wishes to make a

a

colony of millions.

The

this

somewhat

Can an

as insignificant as Z, overcome the

ant,

against authority.

be, except for Z-4195, a simple

worker ant

is

the

struggle of one of a billion against

a formidable authority.

adversity of the

army

of

Mandible?

is

colony of his own imitation. Z, voiced by Woody Allen,

was a simple worker

ant,

who now

finds himself in the shoes of the hero.

As

a leader in a rebellion

Z

goes

Azteca, played by Jennifer Lopez. She slowly begins to

what Z meant about the worker and becomes a part of the rebellion. Antz also features numerous big realize

frustrations of being a

up against Mandible’s authority

name

when he

falls

general’s

fiancee,

Aykroyd, Jane Curtin, Danny Glover and Christopher Walken,

love with the

in

the

beautiful

actors

Princess Bala, voiced by Sharon Stone.

just to

where the common link between Z and Bala occurs. Z is not a happy working ant and Bala, who will be pumping out millions

an

This

is

Dan

including,

name a few. Will the rebellion succeed? as

ant,

insignificant

Weaver, played by movie tough guy Sylvester Stallone.

check out this romantic-comedy. You won’t be disappointed,

Weaver allows Z to switch spots him and he becomes a

unless you find yourself stuck in

Mandible’s army, through his

best friend, a soldier ant

with

A good way to spend a Sunday afternoon.

Z,

named

in

price of

admission.

Can

as

overcome the adversity of the army of Mandible? Or will Mandible capture Z and destroy him and his uprising in one fell swoop? Assemble your army of friends and march to the local theatre to

of larvae daily, is also not happy. Z, however, has some influence

Worth the

A last resort if you have nothing better to do.

Keep your money in your pocket

some gum.

worker.

He meets

In the

a

female

worker.

land of dreams

Funnyman Williams gets serious By Melissa

Dietrich

and Gooding chose appropriate to add their own light humour. Williams plays a doctor named Chris who meets his soul mate, Annie a passionate painter, played by actress Annabella Sciorra. They eventually marry and have two children played by Jessica Brooks and Grant and Josh Paddock. Within the first 30 minutes of the movie, the first tragedy occurs to send shock waves through the times

What Dreams May Come could be considered a typical romance movie, but it was done in an enjoyable way through the use of colourful characters and mystical visual effects.

Starring

in

the

movie

are

Academy Award winners Robin Williams (Good Will Hunting) and Cuba Gooding Jr. (JerryMcGuire). Although the movie has a rather depressing tone, both Williams

The movie then fast forwards when Chris is killed

four years,

while

trying

to

save

accident

victim.

Once he reaches

when

most humorous

screwed up; I’m

heaven.”

up; I’m in

in

dog

who

Gooding,

acts

And because

is

suicide

is

it

her.

This

is

maybe

again where

awesome computer generated

effects shine.

The

again

“I

if

you choose

already have guessed as

movie ends, but

the

something

is

have

will

that will

that

you

to find out for yourself.

What Dreams May Come opened Friday and ended up second

last

place at the box office, behind Antz, making $16.1 million.

it

movie is that makes you cry like a really makes you think

best part of the

not only

baby, but

about

it

life,

relationships

and

priorities. It

depiction

of hell incorporates the usual elements of zombie-like dead and fire, but it also adds other neat stuff, that

C^Q/cAene*

how

The his destiny to

get in contact with her and the

You may to

sent to hell.

you’ll see

&ecAeti:

his

guardian angle. Not being able to cope with the void in her life, Annie commits

even save

of Conestoga College

at

like

considered a sin in the movie,

Food and Beverage Management Program

Ae^t/nA

movie occurs

dog heaven.”

This is also when Chris is introduced to Albert, played by

suicide.

A fundraising activity

dftpote/,

lines of the

Chris (Williams), after seeing his dog, says,

Chris then makes

&%e*at<yn

role

his

Chris, after seeing the dog,

says, “I

of the

screwed

heaven, Chris finds himself surrounded by his wife’s art and is reunited with their dead Dalmatian, Katie. One of the most humourous lines of the movie occur at this point,

when

One

Annie

C%an</ O&a/Avovm,

new

perfect family.

Gourmet Dinner Evening for the

in

isn’t just

a girl movie either;

both

women

from

their eyes.

men were seen leaving the theatre wiping tears and

to see the

movie.

oh/A cAtnnw at 7

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new equipment, program.

for

in the

to

be used

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SPOKE,

Oct. 12, 1998

— Page 9

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— SPOKE, Oct

12,

1998

We only sell what we can’t drink ourselves Bper

So

a time-

is

far,

the popularity of Paddy's Irish

honoured

has been astounding.

tradition in the

course,

Lett family.

family

A tradition

is

Lett family

generations. Sure,

of beer with you.

the Lett family has

Their love of beer

produced way more

and some of the

than

bottles of Paddy's Irish

share their love

George Henry

Red which they

Red

no longer have They've also had the

But the

thief.

real pride of the Lett family has

always been

its

brewing

tradition.

A tradition typified by the legendary Irish Red

created by the family patriarch and

United

detailed

to be a

member of the

Lett family to enjoy this fabulous beer.

You needn't even be

Irish.

The only prerequisite

is

a genuine

love of genuine beer. So, consider yourself

Way

Conestoga Campaign:

haven't had the

tycoons, doctors, cloth.

said

Lett, the

creator of Irish

opportunity to drink themselves. You

odd poet and even a horse

son Leisa Cronsberry. Conestoga Starting Oct. 19, College will be involved in a two- week campaign to aid the United Way. During the first day of the Conestoga campaign, recipe books will be on sale. There will be a special

Cornerstone status for three years with donations in the past of over $25,000. The goal of the committee tins year is $30,000.

heroes, business

and men of the

from

college Last die year, achieved The Education Sector Award. It has maintained its

would

like to

statesmen, war

will run

30, said chairper-

Cronsberry

to the case at hand.

The

share of

Oct 19 to Oct

just within the

and dozens of

its

of

Well, actually the cases at hand.

hundreds of years

college United

Red

itself.

And now

which goes back

And that,

The annual

Way Campaign

Oct. 19: on

recipe books

sale

Oct. 20: spaghetti luncheon Oct. 21-27: “toonie campus kits, Doon

toss” for

part of the family.

Oct. 28: “toonie

master brewer George Henry Lett in the

for

campus

kits,

toss'

Guelph

1800s. Consequently,

it

Oct. 29:

was with no small

amount of family pride

for

campus

“toonie toss’ kits,

Waterloo

that Patrick

Oct. 30: Lett decided to recreate this leg-

“dress differ-

ently day”

endary brew in order to slake the family thirst

and continue the

family brewing tradition.

To

duplicate this family masterpiece

right here in

Canada he

commissioned the

skilled craft

brewers at the Trafalgar Brewing

Company. The end Irish

result

Red, considered by

is

Paddy's

many

to

be the gold standard of beer.

There

are

no colouring agents or

SPOKE:

artificial additives.

The

extraordinary taste and unique

amber colour

is

the result of a

special carastan malt roasted

slowly than ordinary malts.

more

We only sell what we can’t drink ourselves

Making

Monday Merrier


SPOKE, Oct.

— Page

1998

12,

11

Give up late equalizer in 2-2 draw

Condors

two-goal lead

let

team was unlucky to be down and to keep on looking for the goals which will come. counterpart, Conestoga His Geoff Johnstone warned his men not to sit back on this lead because if they did, it would not last. Both were right. St. Clair kept on attacking and the Condors kept on defending as

was in came from a penalty which Rohan Watson converted.

best they could, but a goal the

air.

It

Conestoga

“They were upset because they were only ranked number 11 in the national rankings. Well, I’ve

got

news

They probably

for them.

won’t be week.”

ranked

at

should do the Condors it does not really jeopardize their first place in the standings, but should ground them

This

getting a bit too cocky.

this

all

tie

good because

a bit and help them refocus on the way they might want to play their

game.

DSA Class Rep.

tried to restore their

two-goal cushion with a couple of semi-dangerous attacks, but the

momentum was

definitely

on

Meeting

St.

and when Mike Perica 12 minutes to go, making it 2-2, Conestoga had to keep their composure in order not to lose the game.

Tues. Oot. or

Clair’s side

scored with

Condors

did

The Other

perhaps

not

pm

3:30

draw was the deserved and while

In the end, a 2-2 least St. Clair

1

Thurs. Oct.

Fitting result

the

draw

slip, settle for

deserve to lose, they certainly did not merit to win, either.

(in

1

3

3

Room

The Sanctuary)

One of the few bright spots in the Condors’

Conestoga player Predrag Comenov closes in on Rohan Watson (Photo by Neven Mujezinovic) before he can break free.

to learn to play

more

as a team and

that the midfielders

By Neven Mujezinovic

about 20 metres out, outpaced the defenders, rounded the keeper and

The Condors men’s soccer team blew a 2-0 lead and had to content

placed the ball in the net, making it look so easy. Joe Shamon almost made it 3-0 with a great solo

itself

with a 2-2

home

tie at

against

St.Clair in an Ontario Colleges

match

Association

Athletic

effort,

on

but his shot was saved by

the keeper.

forth.

looked

Condors were en route to a comfortable win

“We were winning and we

when St. Clair Dan Mihelic and Paul McQuade, joint top-

were

over

scorers

OCAA

Region of the soccer

West

the

in

scored a goal apiece. Clair,

their

to

were

They took

the

still

run.

When

run, kick

Zlatko Lakoseljac,

to

of going for a more

Instead

in

emphatic set-

Mouradian lobbed a

seemed enough

win,

the

to think they

to

record

Condors had done

their

fourth

straight victory. Unfortunately for

box and

them, St. Clair’s men did not see it that way. They never renounced the attacking game they came to

Clair

penalty

Mihelic shook off his defender to

head

in

a deft goal.

McQuade ’s his

prowess

penalty area.

goal resulted from just

He

first

two

goals.”

at the

I

DSA Office

St.

HAS YOUR

Clair players controlled the ball very well

and

admitted the result

is

a

for the one Condors. Kotenski said his team really needed a win but

draw against a good like

perfectly weighted free kick into St.

°

contact Jenn

that he’ll happily take a

Condor mid-fielder

if

came from a

Mihelic’s goal

more information

good

plan.”

St.

both halves.

the

and

you are winning you can’t

change the game

Conestoga and outplayed them

piece. Paul

and

0-0.

game

the

Lakoseljac said the

just playing kick

credit,

continued playing as the score

We

panicked.

each

league,

strikers

For

how we

That’s

scored

the

like

and

were too far apart. “We were winning and we panicked. We were just playing kick and run, kick and run,” he said. “When you’re winning you can’t change the game plan, you’ve still got to move the ball back and

Oct. 3. It

Zlatko

midfield,

Lakoseljac, said Conestoga needs

outside

the

intercepted a ball

play.

At half-time St. Clair coach Lou Kotenski kept repeating that his

side

Conestoga.

“The way my team came back from being 2-0 down; its just like a victory. I’m proud of my team,” said Kotenski. Conestoga coach Johnstone said

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Conestoga 2,

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1998

St. Clair

0

Condor women soar

into first place

by Neven Mujezinovic think that

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The Condors’ goalkeeper Nancy Tucker was the hero in Conestoga’s 2-0 win over St. Clair in women’s soccer action on Oct. 3 at Conestoga. She was simply unbeatable on that day, even though St. Clair’s forwards threw everything they f could It

at her.

was around

the half-hour

mark

was

the most pleasing performance of the year, so

far.

Just an

all-round excellent performance.”

Gina Gural in goal. Also outstanding were Trisha Yates and Rebecca Miller. Yates

was

especially

winning balls

Geoff Johnstone, head coach of Conestoga College’s women’s soccer team

effective

at

in midfield,

while Miller policed the left side of the field and battled hard with the talented St. Clair attackers, never

Conestoga defence and drilled a low ball from 12 metres out. It looked like a certain equalizer, with the ball going

Conestoga for most of the game and even played better for certain periods, they must travel back home knowing they

straight for the right-hand angle,

deserved

but Tucker responded with feline

As for the Condors, they deserved the points because they did what they had to do to win this game. They played superbly and

scored her second goal in as many games, proving her worth as a prolific goalscorer. Daniela Sirio capped her classy performance with an impressive goal in the second half. She ran on to a loose ball and struck it perfectly from 15

managed

metres, rifling

agility

were equal

and reflexes, palming the

of play. That was the first

ball out

in a series

of

excellent saves by the Conestoga goalkeeper.

was an even match,

It

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each other,

but

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Condors’

at least

a draw.

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only thing that counts at the end of 90 minutes. Melansen

net, the

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allowing

them

Stephanie

DenHaan had

dominate. another

to

rock-solid performance in defence.

Even though

the

Clair

St.

attackers mercilessly besieged the

Condors’ goal during parts of the game, DenHaan and her defensive

companions held out. St. Clair coach Kris Geier said his team had its chances and

two

skillful sides against

the

to

ability to put the ball into the net

and outstanding goalkeeping made the difference.

currently third in the

St. Clair,

Ontario

Colleges Athletic Association West Region, risks elimination from the playoffs,

something they don’t deserve on the strength of their performance against the Condors. St. Clair strikers Renata Kolic and Jocelyn Cullion, supported by

Stephanie

a well-organized midfield, got the

DenHann

stops Renata Kolic from making a fast break toward goal. (Photo By Neven Mujezinovic)

Conestoga defenders on a number of occasions, but their finishing left a lot to be better of the

desired.

with the Condors leading 1-0, courtesy of a Karen Melansen header, when St. Clair’s Jessica Farrell steamed past a stunned

And when

they did man-

age to direct the ball inside the goalposts, Tucker was always the last, insurmountable hurdle. Though St. Clair can find some consolation in the fact that they

Conestoga’s Daniela Sirio makes a run upheld supported by Miranda Courtenay as Jocelyn Cullion tries to catch up. (Photo By Neven that

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