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• Hope College and the Holland area celebrate relations at 34th annual Community Day picnic at Windmill Island ME L A M IE L O F Q U I S T staff reporter

This year's Communily Day was anolhcr succcssful demonsiralion of ihe great r e l a l i o n s h i p b e t w e e n Holland and Hope College. On Saturday S e p t e m b e r 11. H o p e C o l l e g e and the eity of Holland held the 34th annual C o m m u n i t y Day celebration.

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Holland citizens, H o p e s t u d e n t s , and o u t - o f - t o w n visitors

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w e r e a b l e to attend a variety of activities t h r o u g h o u t the day. " W h e n e v e r we can get together with H o p e and the c o m munily. it's a l w a y s a w i n - w i n situation." said R i c h a r d Frost, Dean of Students. President J a m e s Bultman and his w i f e , Martie, w e r e also found m i n g l i n g with s t u d e n t s and c o m m u n i t y m e m b e r s on Saturday. T h e y e n j o y e d the d a y and liked the fact that one low-price ticket w a s g o o d for football and f o o d . "It's a w o n d e r f u l day. S o m u c h goodwill and h a p p i n e s s , "

/Anchor p h o t o by S a r a h Hooker

P U L L O M T H I S ! : Hopeful even year pullers do sit-ups on their first day of practice. start of three weeks of preparation

Four H o p e athletic t e a m s c o m p e t e d in C o m m u n i t y D a y matches. T h e w o m e n ' s volleyball t e a m hosted a f i v e - t e a m t o u r n a m e n t and took third place. T h e m e n ' s s o c c e r t e a m played W a b a s h C o l l e g e , w i n n i n g 4-1, while the w o m e n ' s team hosted Augustana College, being defeated 3-1. T h e main sporting e v e n t of the a f t e r n o o n w a s the football h o m e o p e n e r

This is the

Oct. 2.

Tying it together: 102nd Pull

Bultman said, ' i t ' s interesting h o w m a n y p e o p l e m a k e this an annual event. For all us D u t c h , it's a really g o o d d e a l ! "

for the Pull on Saturday,

CARRIE A R N O L D , JULIE GREEN campusbeat co-editors

It's that time of year when f r e s h m e n and s o p h o m o r e s s t o p w o r r y i n g a b o u t getting hit by flying frisbees and start

gain the m o s t rope, but for a t e a m to m o v e the c e n t e r of the r o p e closer to

nates w h o g o in for the first half hour. Already, K o p c h i c k is m a k i n g plans

their shore, s i n c e the rope will stretch a

for his 2 0 pullers. " W e h a v e to m a k e sure w e ' r e not

n u m b e r of feet u n d e r the strain. " I ' v e w a n t e d to d o this f o r a f e w y e a r s , " said M i n d y C h a m b e r l a i n ( ' 0 3 ) ,

t o o o v e r c o n f i d e n t , " K o p c h i c k said. " A n y b o d y can w i n . " T h e w i n n e r s a r e n ' t necessarily the

w o r r y i n g about m a k i n g it t h r o u g h the

w h o is trying out for Pull M o r a l e . " A f ter w a t c h i n g Pull last year, 1 k n e w I

next Pull practice. A f t e r 102 years, the Pull tradition, like the r o p e , is still go-

w a n t e d to d o it." Even K o p c h i c k is still f e e l i n g the ex-

o n e s w h o can w o r k best a s a team. "Being a Puller isn't about

ing strong with the C l a s s of 2 0 0 3 . " W e had a good turnout at the rally,"

citement of Pull, a f t e r t w o years of be-

s t r e n g t h , " Vanderwel said. "It's a b o u t

DcPree Art Center. B o l d o is an abstract painter f r o m the A u -

ing in the pits and going into his second

b e i n g a b l e to b e a part of a team and

t o n o m o u s University of Q u e r e t a r o , M e x i c o and the exhibit

said A n n e Vanderwel ( ' 0 1 ) , o d d - y e a r

year a s a c o a c h . " F r e s h m a n year you d o it. You just

l e a v i n g e v e r y t h i n g y o u have on the

against A u g u s t a n a . A c r o w d of 3 3 0 0 w a t c h e d as A u g u s t a n a defeated the Flying D u t c h m e n 34-32, in o v e r t i m e . T h e Jordi B o l d o art e x h i b i t c o n t i n u e d this Saturday at the

more COMMUNITY on 2

T h e beef o n p r o t e i n diets

Pull C o a c h . " W e ' r e h o p i n g we can get e n o u g h g u y s to turn out and stay o u t . " Even year also has the c h a l l e n g e of recruiting and training first-time pullers. " W e had a g o o d n u m b e r f r o m last year, but we a l s o h a d a lot of n e w people," said Jon Kopchick ( ' 0 0 ) , even

D A N A LAMERS

year Pull C o a c h . Held every year in October, the Pull

infocus editor

is a three-hour t u g - o f - w a r b e t w e e n the Darren B u u r s m a ( ' 0 1 ) has lost 4 0 p o u n d s since M e m o r i a l Day by e a t i n g m o r e b a c o n , s a u s a g e , steak, and h a m b u r g e r s .

f r e s h m a n and s o p h o m o r e classes o v e r the Black River. T h e o b j e c t i s n ' t t o

d o it. You go to the rally and m e e t s o m a n y p e o p l e , " he s a i d . " S o p h o m o r e year you c o n t i n u e . We w o n o u r f r e s h m a n year, and that w a s so m u c h incentive to go b a c k . " Vanderwel agrees. " I t ' s u n e x p l a i n a b l e . C o m p l e t e l y une x p l a i n a b l e , " s h e s a i d . " Y o u h a v e to e x p e r i e n c e it to k n o w . " T h e r e are 18 pits for e a c h team, with one Puller in e a c h pit. T h e t e a m s take twenty pullers e a c h t o h a v e t w o alter-

o n e s w h o a r e strongest. T h e y ' r e the

rope." P r a c t i c e for both t e a m s began this past M o n d a y , with r u n n i n g and calisthenics. "Your basic get in shape s t u f f , " said J u s t i n S a v a r a ( 4 0 1 ) , o d d - y e a r Pull coach. He is excited about the n u m b e r s at the first t w o d a y s of practice. "We have a good turn-out. There are a lot of enthusiastic f r e s h m e n , " Savara said. " W e ' v e b e e n really h a p p y with the past few d a y s . "

B u u r s m a is just one of the H o p e s t u d e n t s w h o h a v e j o i n e d the latest diet b a n d w a g o n — protein dieting. Protein diets have been p o p p i n g up recently u n d e r m a n y n a m e s , but Dr. Robert A t k i n ' s diet w h i c h first appeared in 1972 is back in circulation with his " N e w Diet R e v o l u t i o n , "

T h e days of Hope's c a m p u s lives erary L e a g u e ( L L L ) w a s e n j o y i n g increased m e m b e r s h i p ,

a rehash of his earlier b o o k . T h e basic idea of the A t k i n s Diet is to cut d o w n on c a r b o -

JULIE GREEN, CARRIE A R N O L D

hydrates while increasing protein intake. Atkins bases his diet on the p h i l o s o p h y that sugars and

Editor's

refined c a r b o h y d r a t e s su ch a s b r e a d s , pastas, and cereal in-

examining

crease the b o d y ' s p r o d u c t i o n of insulin w h i c h , are readily converted into b o d y fat in the f o r m of triglycerides. A t k i n s

the college enters the year 2000. XjLUL Freshmen moving in. Bible studies, Anchor, C o s m o s and Fraters: they are f r o m both the H o p e of

calls insulin "the h o r m o n e that m a k e s you fat." T h e A t k i n s Diet also publicizes that cutting d o w n on carb o h y d r a t e s increases b o d y fat b u r n i n g , d e c r e a s e s h u n g e r

cam pus beat co-editors

note: The first in a series of articles Hope's past, present,

and future as

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as w a s the Fraternal Society, and the C o s m o p o l i t a n Fraternity w a s finishing up its first d e c a d e o f existence. H a z i n g had b e c o m e a m a j o r p r o b l e m on c a m p u s . In the D e c e m b e r 1899 A n c h o r , the L L L took o v e r the n e w s p a p e r for their first-ever annual issue. In their issue, the w o m e n c o m m e n t e d on all s or t s of current issues, f r o m Prohibition to N a t i v e A m e r i c a n relations, and f r o m racism in

today and the one f r o m 100 years ago. W h i l e student life has u n d e r g o n e many drastic

c h a n g e s over the past century, the heart of H o p e ' s between meals, and i m p r o v e s overall health. activities remain forever linked to the c a m p u s . i started the diet t o lose w e i g h t and h a v e a healthier In the fall of 1899, Dr. G. J. Kollen w a s president, and lifestyle." said Meredith K o s h g a r i g a n ( ' 0 1 ) . " M y m o m is w o m e n ' s s u f f r a g e w a s the issue of the day. T h e L a d i e s Litmore BEEF on &

the South to w o m e n ' s p l a c e in society. " W e believe there are certain duties which a w o m a n is as capable of p e r f o r m i n g as any m a n , " they wrote. " B u t again there are others to which she has no right, which more MILLENNIUM on 2

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Knickerbocker film series beginning Intermission, page 3.

Veggies for me, veggies for you Infocus, p a g e 6.

Boxers or Briefs? Spotlight p a g e 5.

Women's Volleyball Tourney Sports p a g e 8.


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C a m p u s Beat

Anchor

September

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A I M i n g high; s m a l l g r o u p goes f o r large goals AIM has recenlly had lo deal wilh

W. H A DA NEK

d w i n d l i n g m e m b e r s h i p despile fac-

staff reporter

ing Willi a small g r o u p of d e d i c a t e d siudcnis leading ihe way. Alcohol Issues M a i l e r ( A I M ) h o p e s lo have a posiiivc e f f e c l on c a m p u s ihis year hy e d u c a l i n g s i u d c n i s a b o u l i h e d a n g e r s of a l c o h o l abuse. A n d r e a Douglass COD. presidem of A I M . said she is o f l e n frusiraled hy f e l l o w s i u d c n i s ' a l l i l u d e s low a r d s alcohol. " A r o u n d c a m p u s , like in ihe caf-

an

d o really m a k e s a d i f f e r e n c e m a k e s

form a-

personally a m very willing lo speak

they want to preach al people. T h e y

lion lhat c o u l d

lo s t u d e n l s . " S h e also pointed out that al H o p e

just see w h a t g o e s on around them

someday

C o l l e g e , no single organization is

s a v e

specifically d e s i g n a l e d lo deal wilh alcohol related issues. O f l e n Pub-

said. To h e l p wilh alcohol p r o b l e m s .

ever

present problem of alcohol a b u s e on college

e y e s tend lo glaze over like t h e y ' r e not listening when w e ' r e giving in-

cam-

puses. A I M had 30 m e m b e r s w h e n D o u g l a s s

People's

eyes tend t o glaze

over like they're not listening when w e ' r e giving them information that could someday save them or their friend's

life 4

— A n d r e a Douglass ( 01)

j o i n e d as a f r e s h m a n , bul

President of A I M

them or one of t h e i r friend's lives." C u rr e n 11 y ,

of the century had lo c o n t e n d wilh P r o h i b i t i o n , the c u r r e n t staff has also found their h a n d s full wilh controversy. From debates on pluralism lo h o m o s e x u a l i t y . H o p e has c o n -

o r i g i n . T h i s c e l e b r a l i o n is a b o u l educaling non-Hispanic students

s u e s on c a m p u s . D u r i n g the c e n l u r y , o n e of the

To c e l e b r a l e n a t i o n a l H i s p a n i c

and c o m m u n i t y m e m b e r s in Hol-

m o r e influential o r g a n i z a t i o n s that

Heritage m o n l h . a series of d o c u m e n t a r i e s will be s h o w n o n H o p e ' s

land. Il is intended lo dispel w r o n g

s p r u n g u p al H o p e was the Sludent

p e r c e p t i o n s and stereotypes of the H i s p a n i c culture and people.

Activities C o m m i t t e e ( S A C ) . Since

cational,"

linually had lo deal wilh current is-

ils beginning in 1973, il has brought in many different p e r f o r m e r s and activities to the c a m p u s , from co-

said

m e d i a n s lo w e e k l y movies. " T h e biggest e v e n t s are the All-

Wesley

C o l l e g e Sing, h o m e c o m i n g and the h o e d o w n , " said Kristyn S u n d s l e d l

will kick o f f ihe series wilh a lec-

Rawls. D.

ture, "Latino's into the N e x l M i l l e n -

P o y l h r e s s , director of M u l t i c u l t u r a l

nium; B e c o m i n g

i n f o r m a t i o n a b o u l a l c o h o l issues to

at 3 9 5 - 6 8 0 6 or e - m a i l A I M al bacchushope_aim@yahoo.com.

are intended for man only." W h i l e the A n c h o r staff al the turn

h has been e s t i m a t e d that a b o u l 4 0 students al H o p e are of Hispanic-

Duarle.

p h o n e n u m b e r and I ' m not really e q u i p p e d lo deal w i l h all the e m o -

MILLENNIUM from I

things a r o u n d . "

Palrica

to call a s t u d e n t ' s p a r e n t s if he or she is found in violation of the colleges existing drug and alcohol poli-

m e n . can contact A n d r e a D o u g l a s s

said. " W i l h alcohol issues, p e o p l e ' s

" T h i s e v e n t is m e a n t to be a cele b r a l i o n and e d u -

ganizations. " S o m e t i m e s p e o p l e are given my

D o u g l a s s said. A I M ' s p r i m a r y goal is l o p r o v i d e

ence. We c a n . "

Oci 15th. A special guest,

existing alcohol policy. H o p e C o l l e g e is n o w permitted

on. "We c a n ' t lake on as m u c h , which is sad. bul k n o w i n g lhat w h a t we

m e m b e r s 10 burn o u t , " D o u g l a s s

c a m p u s b e i w e e n S e p t . 15lh a n d

m e n t e d an n e w a m e n d m e n t lo ils

C o u n s e l i n g Center. Student D e v e l o p m e n t . and olher o f f i c e s and or-

ing A I M . f r e s h m a n or upperclass-

w o n d e r h o w we can m a k e a d i f f e r -

tor, staff reporter

H o p e C o l l e g e has recenlly imple-

lic Safely is involved along wilh ihe

these issues. It's lough to deal wilh,"

involved. " W e also lose a n u m b e r of our

campusbeat co-edi-

a n d it c o n c e r n s t h e m , " D o u g l a s s

w h a t activities they are able lo lake

recenlly." D o u g l a s s said. " I i ' s c o n sianlly i h r o w n al us and o f l e n w e

CARRIE A R N O L D , JAIME L A D E M A N

studenls. "People don't join AIM because

cies. A n y s t u d e n t s interested in j o i n -

w a y s lalking a b o u l w h o goi d r u n k

E x p l o r i n g Hispanic h e r i t a g e at H o p e

"I

tional and p s y c h o l o g i c a l a s p e c t s of

many juniors and seniors b e c o m e loo busy lo slay

A I M has five m e m b e r s , which limits them to

eleria for example.- p e o p l e are al-

il w o r t h w h i l e , " D o u g l a s s said.

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A N K S T A F F , 1 9 0 0 : Late nights and deadlines the century as the Anchor lives on for this group.

span

('01), SAC co-director. "Vegas

e n c e b e f o r e H o p e w a s officially a

said L a u r a Grit ( ' 0 1 ) , President of

Life, emphasized

Night is o u r biggest u n d e r t a k i n g . "

the i m p o r t a n c e of diversity in today's

school, the n e w e s t organization on c a m p u s , R e f u g e in S p i r i t u a l E x -

R I S E . " T h e m i s s i o n of R I S E is to

W h i l e the activities are aimed for a n y o n e w h o attends H o p e , the m a -

pression ( R I S E ) , enters its second

jority w h o attend are f r e s h m e n . " I t ' s m o r e h e l p f u l to f i r s t - y e a r

these i s s u e s . " A l t h o u g h R I S E is still y o u n g , il

C e n t e r ' s main the-

society. "Ii s h o u l d be valued because

year as the century turns again.

studenls w h o d o n ' t h a v e a n y t h i n g

" A s a n o r g a n i z a t i o n , R I S E is c o m m i t t e d to d e a l i n g wilh a broad

a t e r . S h e is i h e

now. more than

lo d o on

weekends yet,"

s p e c t r u m of i s s u e s that c o m b i n e

to the next c e n l u r y al H o p e . " R I S E s e e s itself c o n t i n u i n g lo

principal of Duarle & Associates, a bi-

ever, we have a

S u n d s l e d l said. W h i l e the Praters w e r e in exist-

faith and learning a n d that are of

p r o m o t e d i s c u s s i o n on c a m p u s

inlerest lo the H o p e c o m m u n i t y , "

i h r o u g h o u l the next c e n l u r y , " Grit said. " O u r d i s c u s s i o n s are a

O n e N a l i o n " on Wednesday, Sept. 15. at 7 : 3 0 p.m. in ihe

lingual agency

DeWiu

connection wilh D. P O Y T H R E S S

media in N e w

ihe

each other," P o y l h r e s s said.

p r o m o t e r e s p e c t f u l d i s c u s s i o n of

h a s a firm vision on w h a t to bring

r e s p o n s e lo the needs of the

He s a i d l h a t a l t h o u g h p e o p l e

H o p e c o m m u n i t y , so as the

N e w York

should celebrate their diversity, they

Newsday. Her lecture will be a b o u t the sur-

also need to r e c o g n i z e their simi-

n e e d s of the c o m m u n i t y c h a n g e . R I S E will c h a n g e to

York City, and is a columnist for ihe Miami

Herald and

larities. T h e r e are similarities, and in that

m e e t those n e e d s . " M a n y g r o u p s try lo reach

scale. T h i s c e l e b r a t i o n is h e l d in m e m o r y of C e s a r E. C h a v e z , w h o

a p p r e c i a t i o n , " Poylhress said. " W e

further than the c a m p u s . " A lot of g r o u p s are ex-

w o r k e d diligently for the rights of

o f us." P o y l h r e s s e s t i m a t e s lhat by the

vival of H i s p a n i c s on a n a l i o n a l

Hispanic people. " T h i s is ihe second y e a r we have

all helped s h a p e this country. Il w a s

d o n e ihis a d d r e s s and ii is s o m e -

year 2025. Lalinos will c o m p o s e the largesl minority g r o u p in ihe U.S.

ihing thai is going to be a tradition," said Glinda R a w l s , Assistant Direc-

said. " W e h a v e lo a c k n o w l e d g e ihis

tor of Muliicullural L i f e . During the 1950s and 60s, C h a v e z w a s w o r k i n g for the rights of m i g r a n l w o r k e r s . B e f o r e he c a m e along, (here were terrible

p a n d i n g past H o p e by going t o c o n f e r e n c e s , " said D i a n a

not buill b y one g r o u p . Il look all

Breclaw, Director of Sludent Activities. T h r o u g h all t h e y e a r s , m a n y g r o u p s have f o u n d a

" N u m b e r wise, it's c h a n g i n g . " he

place at H o p e , s o m e briefly, and s o m e p e r m a n e n t l y . And the students of Hope College

and m o v e f o r w a r d . " A d m i s s i o n lo the f i l m s and ihe lecture is free, and H o p e s t u d e n t s and ihe H o l l a n d c o m m u n i t y are in-

working conditions and he has done

vited lo c o m e . An a u d i e n c e d i s c u s sion will follow each s h o w i n g in the

so much lo p a s s legislation and turn

Herrick R o o m .

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P A S S I N G T H R O U G HI T H E

The Hope College Football

C E N T U R Y :

team of 1899 takes time out of their season to

pose for a photo.

h a v e a l w a y s been involved. ' B e i n g a pari of an organization really d e f i n e s your co

iicge

experience,"

B r e c l a w said.

C O M M U N I T Y from c o o k i n g 1880 hamburgers, over 8 0 0

Dutch D a n c i n g for visitors lo the is-

of the W i n d m i l l Island attractions,

bralwursts and fresh turkeys. About

picnic. T h i s year il w a s held on Windmill Island, with food being served

being served. B o b V a n H e u k e l o m , Director of

4 5 0 0 c o o k i e s w e r e s e r v e d at the

of Holland, w h o s e son, Christopher

land. "Il has been really busy, very chaotic," A r n o l d i n k said. " B u l il is fun

wilh a p p r o x i m a t e l y 2 0 0 0 p e o p l e

('02), attends Hope. Slacey A r n o l d i n k . a s o p h o m o r e

meeting people." M a n y children e n j o y e d the car-

Dining Services, said that the C o m munity Day picnic is a c o l l a b o r a -

from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.

at H o l l a n d Christian High S c h o o l , w o r k s as a lour guide at the w i n d -

o u s e l a n d ihe w o o d e n stills, although others, including Katie

tion b e i w e e n c a t e r i n g and P h e l p s

dents w e r e not a w a r e that Phelps cafeteria w a s not open for lunch on

mill. In traditional Dutch c o s t u m e and w o o d e n shoes, A r n o l d i n k an-

N e l u n d , 6. e n j o y e d the f o o d the

D i n i n g Hall, with p l a n n i n g b e g i n ning aboul one m o n l h a g o . Sixty e m p l o y e e s arrived al 7 a.m.,

Saturday, s i n c e all H o p e students w e r e a d m i t t e d lo the C o m m u n i t y Day picnic on their r e g u l a r meal

S a t u r d a y l o begin selling up and

plan.

of his art c o n t i n u e s until O c t o b e r 8. T h e h i g h l i g h t of the a f t e r n o o n w a s ihe a n n u a l C o m m u n i t y D a y

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encing a general and fabulous surge

that w o r d l i t e r a l l y : ' o n e v e r s e . ' "

of e x c i t e m e n t a r o u n d t h e ' f o u r t h

p o r t a n t p l a c e in society.

at the K n i c k e r b o c k e r T h e a t r e a n d

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Diane Ackcrman considers her

is p r e c e d e d by live m u s i c f r o m the

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tion," she said. "We

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also a source of inspiration.

wanted

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s e m b l e at 6 : 3 0 p . m . A d m i s s i o n is

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soul of the

m a n - m a d e l a n g u a g e . S h e f i n d s her-

b i k i n g t h r o u g h the c o u n t r y s i d e , "

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people,"

sell i n t r i q u e d b y e v e r y t h i n g f r o m

free. A c k c r m a n . whose works include

she said. "This clears my mind

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t e c h n o l o g y t o h u m a n n a t u r e a n d is

both poetry and nonfiction. c o m -

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year's

able to use s u c h c o m m o n t h e m e s

bines her fascination with science

r e a d y t o h a v e it f i l l e d u p a g a i n w i t h

s e r i e s

a s a w a y t o s p e a k to a u n i v e r s a l a u -

and her love of nature to c r e a t e her

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f l u e n c e d her decision to invite A c k c r m a n to H o p e .

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an M . A . , M.F.A., and P h . D . f r o m

Play."

Cornell University.

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A R X I S T I C L I C E N S E : The DePree Art Gallery opened its first exhibit with a reception for artist Jordi Boldo on Friday, Sept. II. Boldo's work is classified as abstract expressionism and he often adds extra materials to the pieces. The exhibit ends on October 10.

Knick flicks aim t o entertain he has ever m e t . T h e idiotic guests

J A N E BAST"

provide both entertainment and

staff reporter

f i l m o f the s e r i e s is the t r i p l e

m a n w i t h the s t u p i d e s t g u e s t w i n s .

O s c a r w i n n i n g , " L a V i t a et

T h e f i l m c e n t e r s on the a p a r t m e n t Pierre

Brochant

Di r e c t o r - w r i t e r - a c t o r

L h e r m i t t e ) , the host of the e v e n i n g ' s

Roberto Benigni b e c a m e the

g a m e . B r o c h a n t is c o n v i n c e d h i s

first n o n - E n g l i s h s p e a k i n g a c -

Diner de C o n s " ( " T h e Din-

fool, Francois Pignon (Jacques

t o r t o w i n the B e s t A c t o r A c a d -

ner G a m e " ) .

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e m y A w a r d f o r his p o r t r a y a l o f

t u n a t e l y , P i e r r e i n j u r e s his b a c k a n d

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Francois' hands. To make matters

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Francois, a d i v o r c e e h i m s e l f , at-

T h e final f i l m o f the s e r i e s ,

t h r o u g h o u t the s e m e s t e r .

tempts to "fix" Pierre's personal

a jazz documentary entitled

life, thus m a k i n g a bad situation

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worse.

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C u r r e n t l y s h e l i v e s in N e w York.

events for this week. . .

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w h e r e the l e g e n d s o f j a z z still

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p e r f o r m e r w h o k n o w s the a n c i e n t

play, d e s p i l e y e a r s o f c o m m u -

r e m a d e as " T h e B i r d c a g e . "

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your voice.

our voice. A n n u a l spring w a t c h

GUEST COLUMN

It s e e m s a b i t o d d t h a t H o p e C o l l e g e h a s e n t e r e d i t s third w e e k of classes and no big stinks h a v e been raised. No

Anthony Moton

protests have been waged. N o arguing a m o n g

colleagues or fellow students. N o vocal, visible problems to speak of. N o t h i n g . C o u l d it b e t h a t t h e c a m p u s o f H o p e C o l l e g e h a s b e e n c u r e d o f w h a t a i l e d it j u s t a f e w s h o r t m o n t h s a g o ? H a s

O p e n i n g doors of diversity

life in H o l l a n d r e a c h e d a U t o p i a s t a t e ? H a r d l y . T h e p r o b l e m w i t h t h i s c a m p u s c o m m u n i t y is t h a t it lets the m e l l o w t i m e s of the s u m m e r c a l m t h e m d o w n . H e a t , l o n g d a y s at t h e b e a c h , a n d d i s c o v e r e d h o m e w o r k are n o w c o n c e r n s of s t u d e n t s . T o p i c s that w e r e s h o u t e d , screamed, and s o b b e d o v e r d o n ' t s e e m to matter right now. But not to worry. In a b o u t

five m o n t h s or so, H o p e C o l l e g e will d o

s o m e t h i n g to a n g e r a s i g n i f i c a n t s e g m e n t o f its c a m p u s

It's the b e g i n n i n g of a n e w

ancestors w e n t through, then it is

c o m e s to d e c i s i o n - m a k i n g in

school year and t h e r e ' s already

b o u n d t o repeat itself. In the past, the Black Coalition

addition to h o w the a d m i n i s tration h a n d l e s the recruiting

w a s an organization built a r o u n d the A f r i c a n A m e r i c a n s and other

of minorities. We are h e r e to p r o v i d e a n o t h e r voice that will

anxiety in the air. A b o u t w h a t you a s k ? T h e H o p e C o l l e g e Black Coalition.

m i n o r i t i e s on this c a m p u s . In

s p e a k out a b o u t the issues

the d e n s e l y populated first

time, the past p u r p o s e of the

c o n c e r n i n g minority popula-

meeting, just the n a m e of this

g r o u p has c h a n g e d and the

tion o n c a m p u s .

student organization s e e m s

outlook is d i f f e r e n t . We as B C m e m b e r s m u s t

a g e you to take part in an

From the Activities Fair to

In closing, I would e n c o u r -

p o p u l a t i o n . I t ' s i n e v i t a b l e , a c o l l e g e j u s t c a n ' t p l e a s e all

terrifying. T h e r e is a wall b e t w e e n the

o f the p e o p l e all o f t h e t i m e .

p e o p l e that are associated with

organization, u n d e r s t a n d w h e r e

e x p e r i e n c e of m u l t i c u l t u r a l i s m . T a k e a step

Black Coalition and the rest of

w e c o m e f r o m and m o v e on to a

o u t s i d e your c o m f o r t zone.

the student body. T h i s wall needs to be d e s t r o y e d .

b i g g e r and brighter f u t u r e . W h a t the student b o d y d o e s n o t

For e v e r y day w e are not a r o u n d p e o p l e w h o look like

We are looked upon as outcasts, the g r o u p that tries t o

s e e m to u n d e r s t a n d is that this

w e do, we as m i n o r i t i e s are out

t o p i c w o n ' t b e a b l e t o c o n t a i n itself. In a f e w m o n t h s , h o r d e s of students, faculty, and administration will be

s e p a r a t e t h e m s e l v e s from other

f u t u r e includes e v e r y o n e . W e w a n t e v e r y p e r s o n , m a l e or

of o u r c o m f o r t z o n e s o n this c a m p u s . W e are e x p e c t e d to

t r y i n g t o f i n d a w a y t o r e s t o r e p e a c e in s o m e a c c e p t a b l e

social groups. W h y are they n a m e d the

f e m a l e , b l a c k or white, to partici-

adapt. W e can only ask that

pate in w h a t we are trying to a c c o m p l i s h on c a m p u s and in this

you try it for y o u r s e l f . It's scary at first, but I g u a r a n t e e

community. A n o t h e r goal that we are trying

that by the e n d of y o u r e x p e r i e n c e , you will be

to c o n t i n u e is the diversity on

a m a z e d at all the fun you will

you a positive o u t l o o k on w h a t

campus. T h r o u g h e d u c a t i o n , all things

have. Attend a m e e t i n g . T a k e part

our g r o u p is all about.

are possible. B u t w h a t is e d u c a -

in a d i s c u s s i o n panel. Attend a

W e h a v e three m a i n goals that w e w o u l d like to a c c o m -

tion when you talk a b o u t diversity? W h a t m a k e s a person

social d a n c e . M a k e y o u r college experience worthwhile

plish t h r o u g h o u t this school year. First, e n h a n c e the student

b e c o m e m o r e d i v e r s e ? T h e s e are q u e s t i o n s the Black Coalition is

by s t e p p i n g o u t of y o u r c o m f o r t zone. S o I c h a l l e n g e

b o d y ' s k n o w l e d g e of o u r g r o u p .

you, the s t u d e n t body, to

S e c o n d , c o n t i n u e to p r o m o t e

here to answer. T h r o u g h a variety of d i f f e r e n t

diversity on and a r o u n d o u r

w o r k s h o p s , panel d i s c u s s i o n s ,

S o o n e r o r l a t e r it w i l l h a p p e n . T h e t o p i c c a n b e p u s h e d a s i d e f o r a w h i l e , i g n o r e d in t h e w a y t h a t H o p e C o l l e g e s e e m s to like a n d e n c o u r a g e . B u t in a f e w m o n t h s t h e

way. H o p e claims that

it i s h e a l i n g

f r o m last s p r i n g ' s

Black C o a l i t i o n ? Is that g r o u p only for Black p e o p l e ? W h a t

h o m o s e x u a l i t y debate, but there are no visible signs of

p u r p o s e d o they s e r v e ? M y j o b

this a n y w h e r e . H o w c a n w e b e s u r e t h i s is h a p p e n i n g ?

as Vice President is to h e l p in any way, shape, or f o r m , to give

It w o n ' t r e a l l y m a t t e r w h a t t h e t o p i c i s : p l u r a l i s m , h o m o s e x u a l i t y , p a r k i n g . At s o m e point, the topic will b o i l o v e r a n d it w i l l b e c o m e t h e b i g g e s t i s s u e a t H o p e . But only for that f e w m o n t h s . T h e r e a l q u e s t i o n is w h y w a i t ? W h y

not carry o v e r

w h a t h a p p e n e d a y e a r a g o , s e t it o u t i n t h e o p e n , d i s c u s s it a n d f i n d s o m e c o n s t r u c t i v e w a y t o h a n d l e t h e i s s u e ? Instead, the c o l l e g e s e e m s c o n t e n t with b r u s h i n g the

u n d e r s t a n d the history of o u r

e x p e r i e n c e B l a c k Coalition. The Anchor

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i s s u e u n d e r t h e r u g s o t h a t it c a n f e s t e r t i l l t h e s p r i n g .

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students get sick of a n d the administration hates.

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are e l e m e n t s that the Black

student organizations out the fall semester

H o p e n e e d s t o r e a l i z e that p l a y i n g " i s s u e t w o - s t e p " is neither helping or working. Until then, H o p e College will h a v e to w a i t until spring.

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Gibbs, Kristen Gray, Brigitte Hamon-Porter, Steven Innacone,

tiality codes upheld at our meetings.

g r o u p for y o u , y o u still h a v e an important role to play as a student

Lynn J a p i n g a , L o r n a Jarvis, David Jensen, Deidre J o h n s t o n . Perry

at H o p e . Your role is to respect all

Landes. Don Luidens,

T h i s e n a b l e s p e o p l e to a d d r e s s and d i s c u s s issues frankly and openly. G L O B E is a s u p p o r t i v e g r o u p .

p e o p l e r e g a r d l e s s of race, religion,

We d o not think of o u r s e l v e s as a support g r o u p in which the ultimate

physical or mental disability, cultural b a c k g r o u n d , or sexual orien-

goal is to c h a n g e an u n w a n t e d be-

tation. W h i l e d i f f e r e n c e s d o exist,

havior. It is t h r o u g h support, understanding and respect of e a c h other

it is important that we respect and attempt to u n d e r s t a n d e a c h other.

that the g r o u p functions. We o f f e r you the opportunity to be supported

If you are interested in j o i n i n g the group, or w a n t to find out m o r e in-

as well as to support others. We also try to establish c o n t a c t s

form at i on a b o u t us, we invite you to e-mail us at

within the c o m m u n i t y , r e c o g n i z i n g that this is not an issue that is solely

g l o b e h o p e @ h o t m a i l . c o m or contact one of the staff or faculty listed be-

dealt with on o u r c a m p u s . S p e a k -

low:

Give a hoot

Billy

Mayer,

Sharon Miller, R o g e l i o Minana, Kimberly Moffitt, Jim Motiff, J u d i t h M o t i f f , Phil M u n o a , D a v e Myers, Roger Nemeth, Nancy Nicodemus, Tim Pennings, Mary A n n P e r m e s a n g , J a m e s Piers. Rich Ray, M a u r a R e y n o l d s , Jack Ridl, D i a n a R o b i n s , D a n Sack, H e a t h e r Sellers, Joanne Stewart, Deb Sturtevant, Linda Strouf, Debra S w a n s o n , Allen Verhey, Leslie W e s s m a n , and Boyd Wilson.

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W h a t Hope Wears Under There SOCIOPATHIC LEANINGS ANDREW

Andrew Lotz

LOTZ:

spotlight editor

Studies about diversity on H o p e ' s c a m p u s have been overlooking one a r e a w h e r e s t u d e n t s a r e all a c r o s s ihe

Strapping Young M e n

b o a r d : u n d e r w e a r . T h e d i f f e r e n c e s in s t u d e n t s ' u n d e r g a r m e n l s is t r e m e n -

than baseball, w a s forced lo go

dous: colors, styles, pallerns, cuts, and

y o u n g b o y ' s life w h e n c h i l d -

t h r o u g h p r o b a b l y o n e of ihe

e v e r y o t h e r i m a g i n a b l e d i m e n s i o n are

hood lies b e h i n d a n d h e l a k e s

more torturous and embarrass-

f o u n d in e n d l e s s variely.

i h o s e firsi f a t e f u l s i e p s d o w n ihe

ing a f f a i r s o f m y life.

T h e men of H o p e face a choice be-

Buying a jockstrap.

tween boxer shorts and briefs. Both

W o m e n s e e m to have m o r e

sides have their advocates and iheir

T h e r e c o m c s a l i m e in e v e r y

r o a d l o b e i n g a m a n ; w h e n ihe d a y s of innocenl g a m e s wilh Transformers or Slar Wars

s t o r i e s t h a n m e n a b o u t the

nay-sayers, but the basic a r g u m e n t

a c l i o n figures are laid a s i d e f o r

horrors of g r o w i n g bodies:

boils d o w n to c o m f o r t versus support.

pursuits of age and sporl; when

those awkward m o m e n t s wilh

B o x e r s , w h i c h lost a g r e a t d e a l o f

u n d e r w e a r . T h e y rarely p a y a t t e n -

w h e l m i n g choice for day-to-day w e a r , b u t the l e s s - f a b r i c o r i e n t e d contenders were widely respected

he llrsl m u s l d o n i h e g l o r i o u s

m o m s p e n t in the u n d e r w e a r

p o p u l a r i t y l o a s u r g e in b r i e f s in the

t i o n l o p a t t e r n , s t y l e , or m a t c h -

b a d g e o f m a n h o o d : ihe j o c k -

section. But b o y s go through

1 9 7 0 ' s a n d I 9 8 0 ' s , a r e s t e a d i l y re-

ing u n d e r w e a r t o t h e i r o u t f i t .

strap. O r so my middle school g y m

those same awkward moments,

c l a i m i n g g r o u n d in m a l e p r e f e r e n c e ,

s t a n d i n g in the a t h l e t i c s u p -

t h a n k s largely to their c o m f o r t .

leacher w a n t e d us lo believe.

p o r t e r a i s l e , s t a r i n g at t h e r o w s

T h e w o m e n of H o p e are another

mailer. The

world

of

in t h e i r o w n r i g h t . T h o n g s a n d gstrings w e r e cited for their vastly improved concealment value.

" B o x e r s a r e e a s y g o i n g , " s a i d Ja-

women's underwear incorporates

of boxes, and m o r e frighten-

s o n M e e r m a n ( ' 0 1 ) . " T h e y g o w i l h the

a w h o l e n e w strata o f c o n c e r n that

and everything about him w a s

ingly, the d i f f e r e n t s i z e s . N o o n e

flow. P l u s girls l i k e t h e m a lot b e l t e r . "

is o n l y b r u s h e d a g a i n s t in t h e

y o u ' r e w e a r i n g light p a n t s , n o o n e

male. He looked male, thought

w a n t e d lo g o lo the register w i t h

B u t o n e big a r e a w h e r e b o x e r s c o m e

male realm.

can see the lines," said J o d y Farrey

male, smelled male, and

the " s m a l l " or " b o y s " sizes.

His n a m e w a s Mr. K a u f m a n ,

All o f t h i s w a s c o m p o u n d e d

probably sweated male.

One

interesting fact about

44

Y o u w e a r t h e m s o that w h e n

('01). "It's a modesty thing."

u p s h o r t is s u p p o r t . " I ' m not a b o x e r fan m y s e l f , " s a i d

H o p e f e m a l e s is that al least a f e w

As for brand names, Victoria's S e c r e t w a s h i g h o n Ihe list w i t h fe-

f o r m e at l e a s t , b e c a u s e j u s t l i k e

Curtis Brinks ('02). "Sure, they're

of t h e m a c t u a l l y l a k e the l i m e a n d

boosted by his massive amount

the w o m e n ' s s t o r i e s , m y m o m

c o m f o r t a b l e , but I j u s t c a n ' t g e t p a s t

e f f o r t lo c o l o r c o o r d i n a t e i h e i r u n -

males. M a n y cited c o m f o r t as a big

o f b o d y hair. H e w a s b e y o n d t h e

w a s standing right there with

the support issue."

d e r w e a r lo their outfit.

f a c t o r f o r c h o o s i n g , b u t a f e w said

" s w e a t e r at the b e a c h " d e s c r i p t i o n . Mr. K a u f m a n w a s t h e

me. T h e only thing worse than

" g o r i l l a suit at ihe b e a c h . " T h e

handing the cashier the " b o y s "

m a n w a s s w i m m i n g in h a i r . It

His i m a g e o f m a n l i n e s s w a s

the Victoria's S e c r e t c h o i c e was

S p o r t s is an a r e n a w h e r e b o x e r s l a c k

"With sleeveless shirts, you

the s e c u r i t y a n d h o l d that b r i e f s p r o -

h a v e lo color c o o r d i n a t e , " said S a r a T r o y e r ( ' 0 2 ) . " P l u s it's f u n

" B u y i n g Victoria's Secret turns

size jockstrap, w a s having y o u r

vide. " W h e n y o u ' r e doing sports, you

guys on," said M e g a n Murphy

w a s h e w h o t o l d ihe lot o f us, o n

m o m h a n d it t o the c a s h i e r f o r

definitely need briefs," said C h a r l e s

to m a t c h . " W h e n thinking about colors,

a f a t e f u l fall day, a b o u t t h e

you. " H e r e , t h i s is f o r m y little

Kroll ( 4 0 2 ) .

pallerns also c o m e lo m i n d , and

at t h e c a t a l o g . "

"jockstrap requirement." It w a s f i n e f o r m o s t o f the boys, who had already worn

t i g e r , " s h e s a i d . " H e ' s all g r o w n

ics, b u t " w h i l e y l i g h l i e s " l a c k t h a t

up now."

c e r t a i n je ne sais quoi that m a k e s b o x -

T h a n k s m o m . T h a n k s a lot.

" p r o t e c t i o n " , a s it w e r e , in p e e

Briefs d o s e e m lo excell for athlet-

ers so popular a m o n g college aged

e r e n c e in t h i s d e p a r t m e n t . " [ I ' m ] all a b o u t the p a i s l e y s , " said Jenn Slrayer ( ' 0 1 ) .

( ' 0 2 ) . " M a i n l y b e c a u s e t h e y all look M e n s e e m e d m o r e indifferent to brand n a m e s , but o n e big choice rose out of the pasl. U n d e r o o s s e e m e d lo have been a

W o m e n also face their o w n

v e r y p o p u l a r b r a n d o f u n d e r w e a r in

s t y l e c h o i c e s in b u y i n g u n d e r -

the c h i l d h o o d s of m a n y h o p e stu-

"I like b o x e r b r i e f s , " s a i d S t e v e

wear. T h e r e are t w o general s i d e s to

dents. " I u s e d t o w e a r U n d e r o o s all the

G r a i l o f g r o w i n g u p , the o n e

R a b u c k ( ' 0 1 ) . ' T h e y ' r e the best of

t h i s d e b a t e a s w e l l : p a n t i e s ver-

l i m e , " said Ian S a m s o n ( ' 0 2 ) .

i t e m that m e a n t I w a s n o l o n g e r

both worlds."

s u s t h e c o m b i n e d c a t e g o r y of

"Scooby Doo, He-Man, Superman.

w e e f o o t b a l l or Little L e a g u e .

I ' l l r e m e m b e r t h i s w h e n it

Frankly, I couldn't see what

c o m e s t i m e t o p u t y o u in a

kind of protection a j o c k s t r a p

home. S o I o b t a i n e d it: ihe H o l y

f o u n d in a h y b r i d f o r m .

g a v e t h e n , a n d it's v a l u e is slill fairly c l o u d y n o w . T h a t little c l o t h a n d e l a s t i c

each person has their o w n pref-

broader than that.

males. P e r h a p s t h e d e s i r a b l e m e d i u m is

number couldn't slop a knee or

a c h i l d . A n d l o tell y o u the

O t h e r t h a n the m a i n c h o i c e , t h e r e

a baseball, and I ' m nearly

t r u t h , I n e v e r w o r e it o n c e .

is little t o say a b o u t i h e w o r l d of m e n ' s

thongs and g-slrings. Panties s e e m e d lo b e the over-

But now, I ' v e had lo put S c o o b y away."

Mercifully, Mr. K a u f m a n

p o s i t i v e that it w o u l d b e u s e l e s s a g a i n s t the real " f e a r i t e m s " o f

never did any spot c h e c k s while

m a n h o o d : lawn darts, sharp

I w a s r u n n i n g l a p s , d o i n g sit-

sticks, lobsters, and scissors.

ups, or being called a " s i s s y " when dodgeballs brought rivers

But the r e q u i r e m e n t w a s

of b l o o d f r o m m y nostrils.

t h e r e , a n d it h a d t o b e m e t ,

B u t I d i d find a u s e f o r it.

although I didn't know who w o u l d w a n t lo check and see

W i t h a liltle m o d i f i c a t i o n , it

that the p o l i c y w a s b e i n g

m a k e s an excellent slingshot for

f o l l o w e d to the letter.

p e l t i n g y o u r little s i s t e r w i t h

een

more concerned wilh what was

t h a t w h a t b e i n g a m a n is all

h a p p e n i n g in the w o r l d of b o o k s

about?

eard

What style of underwear do you prefer?

c r a b - a p p l e s . A n d really, isn't

S o I. a s k i n n y kid w h o w a s

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"I l i k e l o b e f r e e . "

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must w h e n you run. Silk g o e s up your rear." —Nicole Reynolds ('01)

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" I ' m in the n u r s i n g p r o g r a m , so w h e n w e need lo w e a r t h o s e nice white pants, you m a k e sure that y o u h a v e w h i t e u n d e r w e a r on. Otherwise everyone knows what color you're wearing." "I like b o x e r s , b u t I h a l e b o x

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e r s with b u t t o n s . I l o v e the w i n dow." —Jesse McKey ('01)

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R A N D O M SAMPLINGS Jane Bast

Cold Turkey In cigih g r a d e I quil e a l i n g meal cold lurkcy. I( w a s n ' t a political, ethical or

school are also vegetarians. Unlike me, their decision lo go

D A M A LAMERS infocus editor

Jen Blackwell ( ' 0 1 ) plans on raising h e r children as vegetarians. Blackwell herself g r e w up in a house with no meat eaters and an animal rights activist mother, w h o

main course vegetarian d i s h e s , " said Kristin M c M i l l i a n ( ' 0 2 ) , w h o has been a vegetarian for eight years for animal rights reasons. "I am gelling sick of ealing salad and pasta wilh s a u c e . " B o b Wiley is the c h e f m a n a g e r at P h e l p s D i n i n g Hall and is a w a r e

veggie was primarily health-

is also a vegan. As a child, her parents e n c o u r a g e d her lo try meat and

of the needs of vegelarians. " O u r v e g e t a r i a n s e l e c t i o n s are s o m e t h i n g we look at every year," said Wiley. "It's a c h a l l e n g e and w e

based. T h e y investigated special

then to m a k e her own decision on

diets, c o m p l e x proteins and

stulT. I could say my p a r e n t s

v i t a m i n s , and also unlike me, b e c a m e m o r e healthy as a result.

ealing vegetarian as she g r e w older. " I ' m not g o i n g to force my kids

W h e t h e r you c h o o s e vegetari-

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e v e n a health-oriented decision. I had simply g r o w n tired of the

inriuenced my c h o i c e ; a f t e r all. my dad has a PETA sign h a n g i n g

September

to b e v e g e t a r i a n s , but I w a n t them to start out early h a v i n g respect for

m e n t s lo get the nulrienls found in the food they c h o o s e not l o eat. " H a v i n g a vegetarian diet can be perfectly healthy, bul my sisler w a s a vegetarian and w a s h a v i n g s o m e p r o b l e m s , so I b e g a n t h i n k i n g rif g o i n g b a c k lo m e a l for p r o t e i n , " B u w a l d a said. B u w a l d a , a d a n c e r and w e i g h t lifter, saw more i m m e d i a t e results in her p o w e r and strength as she began to eat m e a l again.

are trying to m e e t this challenge, bul

Vegetarian diets lend lo be rich

we are not u n a p p r o a c h a b l e . " Wiley e n c o u r a g e s v e g e l a r i a n s lo

in fiber and low in saturated fat and c h o l e s l o r o l c o m p a r e d lo the typical

talk l o m a n a g e r s or h i m s e l f a b o u t

A m e r i c a n diet. O t h e r h e a l t h benefits can include lower rales of heart

next t o our grill. PETA: P e o p l e

a n i s m for ethical or health r e a s o n s , or b e c a u s e steak night

a n i m a l s and it's just h e a l t h y , " she said. " W h e n t h e y ' r e older and they

for Eating Tasty A n i m a l s .

at P h e l p s m a k e s you sick lo y o u r

wanl to go out for burgers with their

Years o f b e i n g f o r c e - f e d scared animal flesh finally look its toll,

s t o m a c h , it's i m p o r l a n l lo

friends, I w o n ' t slop them, it w o n ' t b e a rule. I w o n ' t d e n y them, but I

ently i n t e r v i e w i n g applicants lo

blood p r e s s u r e and c o r o n a r y artery

serve as liason b e t w e e n the d i n i n g

so I put an end lo the butchery

lo.

w a n l them lo g r o w up h a v i n g c o m -

hall and vegelarians. E a c h day, P h e l p s f e a t u r e s b a k e d

disease, l o w e r rales of s o m e cancer, and possible lower rale of adult-

u n d e r s t a n d w h a l your gelling in

their c o n c e r n s or fill out a c o m m e n t card. D i n i n g s e r v i c e s is also pres-

d i s e a s e , l e s s l i k e l i h o o d of h i g h

potatoes, rice, salad bar, pasta wilh

onset d i a b e t e s . T h e exact b e n e f i t s can be diffi-

diet, c o m p l e t e with c o m p l e x

passion for a n i m a l s . " In past years, meatless diets h a v e

proteins, lhal w o r k s for you. T h i s m a y m e a n research. T h e

b e c o m e increasingly popular, especially a m o n g y o u n g people. Rea-

n o n - m e a t red sauce, and a vegetar-

cult to pinpoint b e c a u s e vegelarians

ian b a r wilh items s uch as grains,

Internel is a g o o d place lo start,

sons for c h o o s i n g this lifestyle vary

tend lo p r a c t i c e o t h e r healthy habits a s well. T h e y tend to be physi-

free dinners. W h e n they r e f u s e d .

as is a c o l l e g e nutritionist, and there are books, c o o k b o o k s , and

f r o m health benefits and animal rights reasons, lo concerns about

pita bread, dried fruit, h u m m u s and labouli. They also have one vegetar-

I lived on cereal, R i c e - a - R o n i and f r o z e n peas. M y father

h e a l t h - f o o d stores c h o c k - f u l l of diet i n f o r m a t i o n for the prospec-

would o c c a s i o n a l l y m o c k m e in

and began my life as a vegetarian. I lasted nearly four years. During my " p h a s e , " as my p a r e n t s called il. I infuriated them with my d e m a n d s for meal-

Il is f u n d a m e n t a l to d e v e l o p a

cally active, maintain a healthy

world hunger. "I w o u l d say I d o il b e c a u s e I

ian entree that rotates e a c h m e a l . " O u r c o o k s are creative a n d con-

weight and arc less likely l o s m o k e . B l a c k w e l l said s h e i s n ' t inter-

cerned wilh ihe vegetarian entrees,"

ested in " c o n v e r t i n g " others to veg-

tive veggie. T h e important thing is lo do

d o n ' t b e l i e v e in killing a n i m a l s lo

Wiley said. " O u r c o o k s lake this j o b

eat when there are plenty of other

w h a t ' s righl for you. If you h a v e

c h o i c e s , " Blackwell said.

very seriously and p e r s o n a l l y . " H o p e ' s registered dietician Sheila

etarian lifestyles. "Il d o e s n ' t b o t h e r m e when other

s e r i o u s p r o b l e m s with meat,

K e n n e d y urges vegetarian lo " s h o p

e v e r y o n e w a s a v e g e t a r i a n , bul il

d o n ' t cat it, but m a k e sure you

"I ale at a veglarian table at c a m p when I w a s a counselor," said Kelly

a r o u n d " in the d i n i n g halls. S h e ad-

d o e s n ' t offend m e that everyone

weight gain. M y stint as a leaf-eater e n d e d my j u n i o r year of high school

d o n ' t s a c r i f i c e y o u r health as a

B u w a l d a ( ' 0 1 ) , w h o recently de-

vised c o m b i n i n g o p t i o n s and avail-

i s n ' t , " she said.

result. Every n o w and ihen, I get a

c i d e d lo g o b a c k lo e a t i n g s m a l l

able i t e m s to v a r y

portions of meat.

the v e g e t a r i a n se-

when I d e v e l o p e d m o n o . T h e

c r a v i n g for the lentils and b e a n s

"I just tried il for a w h i l e , " she

lifestyle. I feel falafel p a n g s and think, m a y b e this t i m e I can

said. "I did il partly for health. I stuck with it for a year and a half." People are generally

front of f r i e n d s and family, calling m e his • J u n k f o o d a i a r i a n . " He w a s right. M y lifestyle c h o i c e resulted in a fifteen pound

d o c t o r i n f o r m e d m e my frequent illnesses were d u e t o malnutrition, specifically a protein

m a k e il. But my e x p e r i e n c e as a

they are w e l l - b a l anced and varied.

promptly sh o v e d pig and cow,

v e g e t a r i a n taught m e s o m e t h i n g a b o u t m y s e l f , namely, I d o n ' t

a c c o m o d a t i n g lo v e g e t a r i a n s , bul non-meal eaters often have a

m e e t the nulrional

hot off the grill, back into my

h a v e what it takes. B e f o r e you

s m a l l e r selection while ealing out.

needs of both adulls

mouth. M y t w o best f r i e n d s f r o m high

join the b a n d w a g o n , be sure you

deficiency, and my p a r e n t s

do.

T h e s a m e can hold true w h i l e eating in P h e l p s or C o o k D i n i n g Hall. " P h e l p s d o e s n ' t h a v e a lot of

You might be a vegetarian i f . . . .

lection further. Most vegetarian diets, as long as

and

children,

though they may n e e d l o lake vilamins

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su

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• Partial vegetarians exclude some but not all foods of animal origin. Some may eat fish a n d sometimes poultry, but no red meat. • Ovolactovegetarians eat no m e a t but do eat eggs and milk products. • Lactovegetarians consume milk products, but do not eat eggs or meat. • Vegans eat only plant products—vegetables, ^fruits, grains, and legumes.

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on the A t k i n ' s Diet. She has lost 2 0 p o u n d s , with a c o m b i n a t i o n of

Action Newsletter. " L i k e m o s t of

certainly not e n o u g h to supply the

their brethren ' c a r b o p h o b i a ' di et s

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miracle diets c o m e and go like hem-

Sheila K e n n e d y is also skeptical. " A t k i n s at one l i m e had lost his

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lines, h a i r d o s , a n d c e l e b r i t y ro-

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license," she s a i d . " T h e s e di et s are

mances, this is nothing new," writes B o n n i e L i e b m a n , in the Nutrition

ties, bul t h e r e ' s nol m u c h food in

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Dana V a n d e r p l o w ( ' 0 0 ) has j o i n e d the l o w - c a r b c r a z e , and alt hough she d o e s n ' t gel lo eat all h e r f a v o r i t e f o o d s , s h e h a s lost five p o u n d s in o n e w e e k on the diet. ' i eat a b o u t 2 0 g r a m s o f c a r b o h y d r a t e s p e r day, but n o sugars or sweets, except for s u g a r - f r e e j e l l o , " V a n d e r p l o w said. " I ' l l only d o this for t w o w e e k s and ihen b e g i n lo g r a d u a l l y a d d c a r b o h y d r a t e s lo my diel a g a i n . " After two weeks, Vanderplow p l a n s l o slowly increase her intake of c a r b o h y d r a t e s , bul weigh herself daily, and a d j u s t the c a r b o h y d r a t e s in order lo e n s u r e that the weight she has lost is nol regained. B u u r s m a on the other hand s a y s he d o e s n ' t c o n s i d e r his eating habits lo be diel, but a lifestyle. " T h i s is a lifestyle c h a n g e . I plan on m i n i m i z i n g c a r b o h y d r a t e s and maintaining my d i e l . " he said.


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Augustana tops H o p e in O T end the Viking drive and keep H o p e

A N D R E W KLECZEK sports editor

alive. A u g u s t a n a interim c o a c h Larry

S a i u r d a y ' s fooiball g a m e hinged on one play as H o p e C o l l e g e w e n l

J o h n s e n e x p l a i n s the rationale behind going for n on fourth and short

for a i w o - p o i m c o n v e r s i o n and ihe

w h e n a field goal would h a v e won

win in ihc second o v e r t i m e againsi

the g a m e . i think il w a s the s a m e play we

Auguslana., U n f o r i u n a l e l y for h e a d c o a c h Dean Kreps and ihe Flying D u l c h men.

J.D.

pass, intended for Brian A d l o f f ( 01), was tipped away

by

Home

y i >;

V •&: •

scored on and w e d e c i d e d to run it b e c a u s e we were on the one-yard line and a hash Sept. I I. mark. They

HOPE

33

made

a greal

play

there,"

J o h n s e n said. AUGUSTANTA

34

A m o n g ihe other big p l a y s

A u g u s l a n a def e n s i v e back Jeff B r a u n ("00). lo

H o p e c a m e up w i l h . w e r e f o u r

give ihe Vikings ihe 3 4 - 3 3 victory. Despile ihe o u l c o m e of ihe play,

t o u c h d o w n r u n s by N i c h o l s , w h o finished the day with 100 yards on

Kreps isn'l second guessing ihe call.

19 a t t e m p t s . A l s o s c o r i n g for the Flying D u t c h m e n w e r e Adloff, w h o

i h a v e n o regrels. I l ' s a n o n league g a m e , w e ' r e al h o m e , and w e ' r e g o i n g for ihe w i n , " K r e p s

f i n i s h e d wilh 7 r e c e p t i o n s for 81

said. Kreps also slaled il w a s a call he m a d e be l o r e b o l h l e a m s s c o r e d ,

34 p a s s i n g for 187 y a r d s and t w o

yards and G r a v e s , w h o w e n t 18-ofi nt ercept i ons . G r a v e s also rushed

photo by Scot

Spike it: Laura Hahnfeld C03) of Hope returns a volley during the Hope Tournament weekend. Hope finished third with a record of 2-2 in the tournament.

.nderson

this past

Injuries key e a r l y season struggles f o r v o l l e y b a l l

based upon h o w lired his leam w a s

for 9 3 y a r d s on 19 attempts. O t h e r H o p e players w h o m a d e an

and how easily A u g u s l a n a w a s

impact w e r e receivers Brent Mer-

MIKE Z U I D E M A

moving ihe fooiball.

chant ( ' 0 0 ) and M a l l H a n d z o ( ' 0 0 )

editor-in-chief

"I said if ihey s c o r e and we score, ihen w e ' r e g o i n g for il. O u r d e f e n s e

(5 r e c e p t i o n s for 5 4 y a r d s and 3 receptions for 33 yards, respectively).

w a s lired and ihey had us on i h e

we are g o i n g to set."

h a p p e n e d , " O d l a n d - D u n n said.

I n j u r i e s h a v e f o r c e d the team t o start M a r t h a L u i d e n s ( , 0 3 ) . L a u r a

" O n e thing I like a b o u t this leam,

Head volleyball c o a c h M a u r e e n

H a h n f e l d ( ' 0 3 ) , and K a r a VanAssen ( ' 0 3 ) . W h i l e O d l a n d - D u n n sees i m -

Pete Kellepourey ( ' 0 0 ) also saw

O d l a n d - D u n n f i g u r e d her t e a m w o u l d have a little trouble gelling

see that already." A M i c h i g a n Intercollegiate Ath-

ropes a lillle bil," said Kreps. H o p e had scored on a 13-yard run

s o m e action r u s h i n g for 31 yards. T h e H o p e d e f e n s e looked g o o d

out of the b l o c k s this season.

p r o v e m e n t in the team, the Flying Dutch have had early season

letic Association tournament will be i n t r o d u c e d this s e a s o n . T h e c o n f e r -

struggles.

lo ihe lefl side of ihe field by E r i c

at l i m e s a g a i n s t A u g u s t a n a , but it

Nichols ( ' 0 0 ) in ihe second overlime lo finish iheir scoring. T h e play

also m a d e s o m e m i s t a k e s accord-

team has stumbled to a 2-7 start, and will h a v e an uphill battle if it is go-

e n c e t o u r n a m e n t c h a m p i o n will rec e i v e an

has

won

ing to c l a i m it fourih c o n s e c u t i v e

the

past

had been selup by a 10-yard G r a v e s

ing l o Kreps. "At limes I think our defense

t h r e e

s c r a m b l e on ihe p r e v i o u s play.

p l a y e d o u t s t a n d i n g , but al o t h e r

l e a g u e title. "I e x p e c t e d to h a v e s o m e losses b e c a u s e I set u p a r e a l l y t o u g h

Intercolle-

s c h e d u l e for this y e a r , " O d l a n d -

giate Ath-

tureen O d l a n d - D u n n

D u n n s a i d . " W h e n 1 set u p t h e

letic A s s o -

Head volleyball coach

schedule last year, I purposely m a d e

c i a t i o n

11 would n e v e r h a v e r e a c h e d lhal

t i m e s w e had big b r e a k d o w n s :

poinl. h o w e v e r , if il h a d n ' l been for

t h i n g s we just c a n ' t let h a p p e n , "

ihe fourth d o w n heroics of ihe H o p e

K r e p s said. " W e ' l l m a k e o u r big-

d e f e n s e . D u r i n g ihe firsl o v e r t i m e , H o p e ' s o f f e n s e had turned the ball

gest i m p r o v e m e n t s f r o m this w e e k

over, and the D u t c h m e n d e f e n s e

to the n e x t . " Next week

m a d e a s l o p on the o n e - y a r d line lo

D e P a u w at h o m e . K i c k o f f is 1 p.m.

Hope

will

play

The Hope College volleyball

Michigan

O n e thing team

I like about

is that

this

they will improve

and I can see that

it d i f f i c u l t . " O d l a n d - D u n n , n o w in h e r third

titles, and last s e a s o n f i n i s h e d with a 3 3 - 8

y e a r a s c o a c h , had anticipated h a v -

overall record. At last w e e k e n d ' s H o p e Tourna-

ing three j u n i o r s and a s e n i o r in her starting lineup. But an ankle injury

sports brief

Hope

is that they will i m p r o v e and I can

already.

automatic berth into t

h

e

NCAA Division III tournament. OdlandDunn said

t h a t K a l a m a z o o a n d C a l v i n will p r o v i d e the t o u g h e s t league challenges, with A l m a and Albion close

to all-Region setter K i m Grotenhuis

a record of 2-2, behind rivals Calvin

behind. "I think b e c a u s e we have such

( ' 0 1 ) a n d a s e a s o n - e n d i n g k n e e in-

and Hillsdale. On Saturday, H o p e

y o u n g players, c o n f e r e n c e play will

on the t e a m in s c o r i n g wilh five

j u r y to A m y B r o w e r ( ' 0 1 ) , has left

d e f e a t e d A q u i n a s 15-11, 15-0, 16-

be t o u g h , " O d l a n d - D u n n said. " B u t

Hope looking for contributions

14, b u t f e l l in its n e x t m a t c h t o

I ' m e x p e c t i n g t o win a c o n f e r e n c e

three of its first five g a m e s , a f t e r a

g o a l s and six assists. F o r the first t i m e this season, the

season that s a w the f i n i s h u n d e r

Flying D u t c h m e n will play in a con-

f r o m y o u n g e r team m e m b e r s . " W e h a v e t w o f r e s h m a n in the

Calvin, 7 - 1 5 , 13-15, 16-18. Returning all-conference first

c h a m p i o n s h i p . If we c o n t i n u e to i m p r o v e at the p a c e w e are, then we

.500 for ihe first lime u n d e r head

f e r e n c e t o u r n a m e n t , with the win-

m i d d l e w h i c h is h u r t i n g us, b u t t h e y ' r e d o i n g the best j o b they can

team m e m b e r H e a t h e r Veiling ( ' 0 0 ) m a d e the a l l - t o u r n a m e n t team.

s h o u l d be t o u g h . " H o p e will h o s t a n o t h e r tourna-

and improving," O d l a n d - D u n n said.

" W e w e r e l o o k i n g to get o v e r s o m e m e n t a l errors that w e ' v e been

m e n t this w e e k e n d . O p p o n e n t s include: O h i o W e s l e y a n , Albion and

h a v i n g and for the m o s t oart that

Ohio Wesleyan.

Men's soccer starts n e w season s t r o n g The Hope College m e n ' s soccer t e a m has s t a r t e d s t r o n g , w i n n i n g

coach Steve S m i t h . Lasl year, the team finished with a record and e n d e d in sixth place in the M i c h i g a n Intercollegiate Athletic A s s o c i a t i o n . T h i s s e a s o n . H o p e is b e i n g c o a c h e d by L e e S c h o p p . as S m i t h is r e c o v e r i n g f r o m back surgery. H o p e i m p r o v e d to 3-2 on the seas o n w i l h a w e e k e n d s w e e p of Wabash (4-1) and H a n o v e r (3-0). The Flying Dutchmen return three p l a y e r s w h o e a r n e d all-conf e r e n c e h o n o r s last s e a s o n . All-

ner e a r n i n g an a u t o m a t i c berth in the N C A A Division III tournament. H o p e will next host North Park, III. S a t u r d a y at 1:30 p.m.

" A n d o u r tough s c h e d u l e is g o o d because the players can see the p a c e

m e n t , the team finished third with

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M I A A s e c o n d leam h o n o r e e Ben B a c o n ( ' 0 1 ) led the l e a m in s c o r i n g last year wilh nine goals. " O u r passing g a m e is really g o o d and we also have a really g o o d defense and strong senior leadership." B a c o n said. B a c o n and G r e g Kilby ("01) lead ihe leam in s c o r i n g s o far this year wilh t w o goals each. Also reluming are a l l - M I A A first leam m e m b e r Rob Allison ( ' 0 0 ) and all-MIAA second leam member Mall V a n d e r N a a l d ( ' 0 1 ) . Malt Hassenrik ( ' 0 0 ) w a s second

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