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D A N A LAMERS

T h e Holland Police D e p a r l m e n l and H o p e students are raising c o n c e r n s d u e to the rise in o f f - c a m p u s party " b u s l s " ^

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dents. if o v e r 21. are legally a l l o w e d

people, not because the Holland Police D e p a r t m e n t ( H P D ) is c r a c k i n g down."

to p o s s e s s and c o n s u m e alcohol. But at these houses, as some underage d r i n k e r s h a v e e n c o u n t e r e d first

T h e H P D has noticed the rise in

m a t c l y 18 M I P s h a v e b e e n given to H o p e students so far this year. H P D senior o f f i c e r Lisa B a n c u k is the c o m m u n i t y o f f i c e r for the H o p e

hand already, students are not as safe from the authorities as they might like

n u m b e r s and is c o n c e r n e d about their increased i n v o l v e m e n t in o f f - c a m p u s

c o m m u n i t y . S h e patrols the area between River and F a i r b a n k s . Her estim a t e is that b e t w e e n 30 a n d 5 0 MIP s

to believe. T h e Holland Police have been hand-

parly situations. " T h e n u m b e r s a r e still a s m a l l

h a v e b e e n issued this year. But s o m e students would like to be-

c a m p u s regulations by holding parties

ing out m o r e M i n o r In P o s s e s s i o n

a m o u n t in c o m p a r i s o n to the size of

lieve the n u m b e r of violations has been

in o f f - c a m p u s housing. But as these s t u d e n t s are f i n d i n g out they are not

( M I P ) alcohol violations so far this semester than they have in recent years.

the student body," said Sergeant Robert DeVrics, with the H P D . " B u t it is

m u c h higher. Matt F r e t z (*98) serves as the H o p e

a l w a y s able to gel around city, stale,

"I realize we are running ahead (with

a concern that ( p a r t y i n g ) has started

C o l l e g e student r e p r e s e n t a t i v e to the

and federal regulations. T h e parly h o u s e s these e v e n t s arc

the n u m b e r of police-reported student violations and parties), said Dean of

this way. D u r i n g the past t w o years

Police C o m m u n i t y Relations C o m m i s -

held at arc located close e n o u g h to be

Students, Richard Frost, "But n u m b e r s

we have seen a d e c l i n e a n d we w a n t to r e m e d y this s i t u a t i o n . "

sion. His responsibility in this position is to be a liaison b e t w e e n s t u d e n t s and

in w a l k i n g distance f r o m c a m p u s , yet

vary from year to year d e p e n d i n g on

D e V r i c s e s t i m a t e s that a p p r o x i -

so far lhis v fall. Although H o p e ' s c a m p u s is dry, stud e n t s are a t t e m p t i n g t o get a r o u n d

Higher Horizons mentoring program seeks Hope students.

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attention • Plans underway to determine uses of the potential area center. SARA E LAMERS campusbeat editor

For several years the H o p e and Holland c o m m u n i t i e s have waited for a decision t o be m a d e about the establ i s h m e n t of an area center. H o p e C o l l e g e w a s a s k e d to c o n d u c t a study of n e e d s that the c a m p u s has, in order to d e t e r m i n e the best possible

Hope alum to appear on broadway Intermission, p a g e 5.

use of the future facility. Originally the Anchor

rink. " A s of right n o w the Frost Research

Heartbreak for Hope football

C e n t e r has been chos en to d o a study

T h a t w a s not the case. A f t e r u n d e r g o ing a battery of tests a cardiologist con-

requires one per f o u r years. "If w e f o l l o w e d the N C A A rules

firmed that P e t k u s had fluttering heart.

T o n y m i g h t b e p l a y i n g and h a v i n g a

H o p e football h a d one of its w o r s t

" H i s heart m u s c l e s are not contract-

injuries before the season had even

ing in unison " said Rich Ray head athletic trainer. " S o m e athletes d o not take

rough t i m e " said Ray. T h i s p h y s i c a l w a s P e l k u s ' s third

sports editor

started. D u r i n g a standard, preseason

Students share highlights of Vienna Summer School

physical for all H o p e athletes, pre season A l l - A m e r i c a n T o n y P e t k u s ( ' 9 9 )

these physicals serious but if it w a s n ' t

w a s d i a g n o s e d with a heart c o n d i t i o n . P e t k u s s a w three different d o c t o r s and all listened and they all h e a r d the

picked u p o n his c o n d i t i o n . " H o p e has a t h l e t e s lake a p h y s i c a l b e f o r e e v e r y season w h e r e the Nation

s a m e t h i n g , a n i r r e g u l a r heart b e a t .

C o l l e g i a t e A t h l e t i c A s s o c i a t i o n only

SARA E LAMERS c a m pus b e a t e d i t o r

Jonas will d i s c u s s a variety of topics, i n c l u d i n g h o w she

in J u n e and July to m o n i t o r a n o t h e r c o n d i t i o n in w h i c h d o c t o r s did n o t d e l e c t his current heart c o n d i t i o n . " T h i s is p r o b a b l y a pretty r e c e n t c o n d i t i o n " said Ray. m o r e PETKUS on 8

p r o f e s s o r and librarian Dr. Carol JulhG a v a s s o occurred in 1994, the impact she m a d e upon the H o p e c o m m u n i t y is still evident today. In h o n o r o f J u l h - G a v a s s o , Van W y l e n Library will host a lecture scries tilled " W o m e n and their W o r k " on T u e s d a y , Sept. 22 at 7 : 3 0 p.m. in the M a a s Auditorium. T h e lecture will feature Susan Jonas, 58th District C o u r t J u d g e of O t t a w a County. " W e c h o s e J o n a s because Carol w a s very interested in w o m e n ' s rights and the law," said Gloria Slaughter of Van W y l e n Library.

c h a l l e n g e s and b e n e f i t s of it. and her v i e w s on

ing part-time in the Political S c i e n c e Department during the 199394 a c a d e m i c year.

t h e c h a n g i n g s t a t u s of working w o m e n . Jonas b e c a m e O t t a w a

T h r o u g h o u t her c a r e e r at H o p e , J u l h -

C o u n t y ' s first f e m a l e j u d g e in 1993 and w a s

G a v a s s o taught many popular classes includ-

reelected to the position in 199(3. S h e w a s also appointed the c h i e f district j u d g e by the Michigan S u p r e m e Court and

librarian in 1970. S h e w a s p r o m o t e d to assistant p r o f e s s o r in 1973 and began teilfch-

c h o s e h e r c a r e e r , the A l t h o u g h the d e a t h of f o r m e r H o p e

Sports, p a g e 12.

f o r the p h y s i c a l w e w o u l d n ' t h a v e

this s u m m e r . He also had p h y s i c a l s

Women's careers highlighted

Spotlight, p a g e 6.

Golf teams look for league titles.

by Johnathan Muenk

L E T ' S G O P U L L T E A M : Members of the even year pull team rallied around the Jlag pole on Monday, Sept. 14. The '02 and y0I pullers and moralers will gather at the Black River on Oct. 3.

PAUL L O O D E E N

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area w a s to include a s p o r t s arena, a p e r f o r m i n g arts building, and an ice

ing " C r i m i n a l Justice," " W o m e n and the L a w , " c S

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o n a s

s e r v e s o n a n u m b e r of c o m m i t t e e s within the c o m m u n i t y . J u t h - G a v a s s o ' s p r e s e n c e in t h e H o p e c o m m u n i t y has been apparent since she began her j o b as a reference

and a senior s e m i n a r tilled " I s s u e s in W h i t e Collar Crime." "I knew Carol as a c o - w o r k e r and as a f r i e n d , " S l a u g h e r said. " S h e w a s really interested in slu m o r e W O M E M on 7

to assess the potential uses of the facility and to look at s o m e of the original ideas involved in the study," said William A n d e r s o n , Vice- President for B u s i n e s s and F i n a n c e . A l o n g with A n d e r s o n , a g r o u p of H o p e C o l l e g e f a c u l t y c o n s i s t i n g of Provost Jacob Nycnhuis, C h u c k Green of the Frost Center, Public Relations Director Tom Renncr, and Greg M a y b u r y of the Physical Plant will s e r v e on the a s s e s s m e n t c o m m i t t e e . A f t e r d e t e r m i n i n g the best possible use*, of the center, the c o m m i t t e e will s u b m i t a report, which is scheduled to be released in N o v e m b e r . President John Jacobson emphasized the p r o g r e s s of the project during his a n n u a l S t a l e of the C o l l e g e Address. " A s I look back on this long process, I see a lot of starting and stopp i n g and a lot of frustration for the p a r t i c i p a n t s , " said J a c o b s o n . " B u t 1 also see progressive clarification and i m p r o v e m e n t in t h i n k i n g a b o u t the center. If the center ever is built, it will be much more valuable to the area than it would have been had the first or second plan had been a d o p t e d . " Originally it w a s proposed that the c e n t e r be built b e t w e e n the main campus a n d the a t h l e t i c f i e l d s near the Western Foundry site. F u n d i n g for the c e n t e r w a s t o c o m e f r o m a b o n d issue voted by the City of Holland. Holland m o r e CEMXER on 7


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C a m p u s Beat

Green appointed to C A S A program

W. MADENEK staff r e p o r t e r

ness. G r e e n was p r e v i o u s l y e m p l o y e d

Hope College students laughed their hearts out as c o m e d i a n Eric

gram. Green fills ihe posi-

in S t u d e n t D e v e l o p ment as the Director of

O ' S h e a took the stage in the K l e t / . and then they danced the night away

lion

Special P r o g r a m s until h e r resignation in April

at the annual M S dance on Friday,

e e u l i v e direclor of ihe C A S A pro-

vacated

by

Connie Brummcl, w h o had been ihe

Sept. I I . Jenny T r a s k (*99), Director o f the

C A S A direclor since

.of 1998. S h e held the position

1994. S h e will be as-

since 1984, and w a s re-

thinks that it is important to o f f e r

sisted by p r o g r a m direclor Bob B o e r s m a ,

sponsible lor c r e a t i n g and i m p l e m e n t i n g pro-

many different activities for the stu-

w h o h a s b e e n involved with C A S A

g r a m s for students and the c a m p u s c o m m u -

F. G r e e n

since 1995. T h e C A S A . or C h i l d r e n ' s A f t e r S c h o o l A c h i e v e m e n t , P r o g r a m is geared toward kindergarten through filth grade students. it e n c o u r a g e s t h e m to strengthen their a c a d e m i c skills and also edu-

Student Activities Committee,

dents. " W e . along with several other org a n i z a t i o n s on c a m p u s , try to pro-

nity in areas such as al-

vide lots for the students to d o , " she

cohol education and sexual assault

said. " B e t w e e n all of the organizations a r o u n d , we h o p e that t h e r e ' s

prevention. G r e e n also served H o p e as head resident of Kollen Hall. C o m m u n i t y activities that G r e e n

s o m e t h i n g for e v e r y o n e to d o . " J e n n y Shuts ( ' 0 2 ) . w h o attended O ' S h e a ' s p e r f o r m a n c e on Friday,

has participated in include Bread for

said that he w a s hilarious.

c a t e s t h e m on issues su c h as sub-

the World. Habitat for Humanity,

siance a b u s e a n d c u l t u r a l a w a r e -

and the C r o p Walk.

"He poked fun at c h i l d h o o d and it c r a c k e d m e u p , " she said. " T h e

D e l t a Chi s o r o r i t y o r g a n i z e d the event, as they h a v e for eleven years.

s t u d e n t s that a t t e n d e d the e v e n t appreciated the fact that it w a s for a

with stories of c h i l d h o o d , f a m i l y

" W e got involved m a n y years a g o w h e n one of the girls in o u r soroity

given a " w a l k - t h r o u g h c h e c k " by

relations, dating and socializing. Following the c o m e d i a n ' s perfor-

had a family m e m b e r w h o w a s di-

g o o d cause. J e n n y S h u t s , w h o also attended the dance, said that it w a s worth the

Cottage Resident Director Mary

mance, approximately 60 students

A n n P e r m e s a n g to e n s u r e that ev-

attended the d a n c e to raise m o n e y

agnosed with the disease," R i c h a r d s o n said. " W e ' v e b e e n in-

S3 a d m i s s i o n fee. "I h a d a g r e a t l i m e , " she s a i d .

e r y t h i n g w a s u n d e r control, and no

for Multiple Sclerosis. D o u g C a m e r o n ( ' 0 0 ) o f the Al-

volved e v e r y s i n c e . "

" M y a u n t a n d my n e i g h b o r both

pha T h e t a Chi fraternity and K i m -

for the M S F o u n d a t i o n .

C o t t a g e ( 1 6 8 E. 15th) on report of

p u b l i c s a f e t y o f f i c e r w a n t e d to

a fire in the f r o n t yard. T h e c a m p u s

laugh." R o b i s o n s a i d the c o t t a g e w a s

s o m e residents of the c o t t a g e . " 'We w e r e just m e s s i n g a r o u n d , w e a r . " said Belt C o t t a g e resident

f u r t h e r c o n c e r n s arose. "It w a s j u s t one of those crazy

Steve Robison ('01).

c o l l e g e t h i n g s " R o b i s o n said.

h a v i n g fights with flaming u n d e r " T h e R.A.

Johnathan Muenk

laughing about it." O ' S h e a entertained his a u d i e n c e

safety o f f i c e r a n s w e r e d a call to Belt

rival the o f f i c e r " f o u n d a p a i r of u n d e r w e a r had been set on fire by

p h o t o by

out o k a y in the end and F m still

next d o o r and our R . A . were both pretty upset, but we c o u l d tell the

safety report r e c o r d e d that u p o n ar-

Anchor

L A U G H L I N E S : Comedian Eric O'Shea entertained a crowded Kletz with his witty comments on family bonding, childhood antics, and dating life.

C a m p u s safety responds t o c o m p l a i n t s On T h u r s d a y . S e p t . 10. a public

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S A C and Greeks t e a m up

campus briefs F o n d a G r e e n w a s a p p o i n l e d ex-

September

best part w a s the end of his act, he talked about h o w e v e r y t h i n g c o m e s

berly Richardson ( ' 0 0 ) of the Kappa

T h i s year o v e r $ 1 7 5 w a s raised

h a v e the d i s e a s e and it m a k e s m e feel g o o d to k n o w that F m helping

R i c h a r d s o n felt that a lot of the

out a g o o d c a u s e . "

Lecture series' begin Kennedy presents Dutch A L L Y S O N BOGGESS

s t r u g g l e with the w a t e r and their

not the only o n e s intrigued by the historical roots of the Dutch. M e m -

abl e place. Like the first lecture, e a c h lecture

b e r s of the s u r r o u n d i n g H o l l a n d c o m m u n i t y also turned out for the

will h a v e a d i f f e r e n t focus. F u t u r e

ries held on Monday, Sept. 7 in Lubbers Hall. Nearly fifty p e o p l e a t t e n d e d that

Higher horizons rises above obstacles SARA E LAMERS campusbeat editor

With the a c a d e m i c year-well unJervvay. many s t u d e n t s h a v e begun o o k i n g for w a y s to b e c o m e m o r e nvolved in the c o m m u n i t y . H i g h e r -lorizons, a social m e n t o r i n g program s p o n s o r e d by C h i l d and F a m ly Life Services, g i v e s H o p e stuJents the o p p o r t u n i t y to d o this. " T h i s p r o g r a m is set up to h e l p

fied and appreciative of those w h o

T h e s t u d e n t s in D r . J a m e s K e n n e d y ' s D u t c h History c l a s s are

first of a thirteen w e e k lecture se-

Q U A L I T Y " T I M E : Hope students Missy Van Nuil ('99) and Amy Bos ('00) attended the annual Higher Horizons Easter egg hunt with their "little sisters" Tina Strabhing and Samantha Robinson.

lecture

turned out." M o n d a y ' s topic w a s the Dutch

staff r e p o r t e r

P h o t o c o u r t e s y of H i g h e r H o r i z o n s

History

night, a c c o r d i n g to K e n n e d y , w h o is giving the lectures. "I w a s a m a z e d by the r e s p o n s e we h a d , " he said. "I w a s very grati-

S p o r t s Medicine

intent on m a k i n g H o l l a n d a habit-

topics will include "Dutch Religion; C a l v i n i s m and o t h e r faiths in the 17th C e n t u r y . " " T h e G e r m a n Occ u p a t i o n . 1 9 4 0 - 1 9 4 5 , " and " W h a t m a d e Dutch society unique in the A g e of R e m b r a n d t . " T h e lecture series i n c o r p o r a t e s more

HISTORY on 7

series showcases Draper

CARRIE A R N O L D

medicine." Not only will they allow s t u d e n t s

" T h i s is a prime t i m e for recruit-

including the Delta Phi sorority and

m e n t of H o p e s t u d e n t s , " P l e u n e

the Black Coalition. "1 got involved because I saw this

The 1998-1999 Distinguished

as a g o o d opportunity to w o r k with

L e c t u r e Series in Sports M e d i c i n e

topic, the series will e x p o s e them to people in the field ol sports medi-

2 5 girls o n the w a i t i n g list to be matched with a H o p e student. There

k i d s , " said Kim H o w e y ( ' 0 1 ) . "I d o ii b e c a u s e it's just really fun. I w a s

began T h u r s d a y , Sept. 10, with the topic, "Therapeutic Modalities:

cine and athletic training. T h e first topic, presented by Dr.

are alsfi 30 b o y s that are interested

matched w i t h an eight-year-old girl

What Works, What Doesn't, and

Draper, f o c u s e d on the use ol Ul-

in being put on the list. " T h i s p r o g r a m is all about being

and I h e l p her with s e l f - e s t e e m and general issues that kids of that age

Why?" It w a s p r e s e n t e d b y Dr. D a v i d

t r a s o u n d in t r e a t i n g m i n o r a n d c h r o n i c athletic injuries. In 1995,

a g o o d role m o d e l , " P l e u n e said. " T h e s e are k i d s that are really in

deal w i t h . " S t u d e n t s w h o w i s h to b e c o m e

Draper, director of the graduate pro-

Draper created an "intelligent" Ul-

involved must be 18 and h a v e ac-

gram in sports m e d i c i n e and athletic training at B r i g h a m Young Univer-

trasound m a c h i n e that would help r e g u l a t e the d o s a g e of m e d i c i n e s

c e s s to a car. Informational meetings will be held on M o n d a y , Sept.

sity, Utah. T h i s series, c o - s p o n s o r e d by

used to treat such injuries. Draper also discussed many

21 and W e d n e s d a y . Sept. 22 f r o m 6

H o p e C o l l e g e and the H o l l a n d

a b u s e s of Ultrasound technology in

said. C u r r e n t l y there are 2 5 b o y s and

staff r e p o r t e r

to learn m o r e about the particular

10th the c h i l d r e n a n d p a r e n t s of

need of m e n t o r i n g and caring because m u c h of their lives lacks

single p a r e n t h o u s e h o l d s , " s a i d Ajny Jo P l e u n e , C a s e C o o r d i n a t o r

structure." P l e u n e stressed that m u c h of the

f Higher Horizons. T h e p r o g r a m p a r t n e r s H o p e stuJents with children that range in age

s u c c e s s of the p r o g r a m can be attributed to the 30 to 4 0 students w h o

to 7 p.m. T h e H i g h e r H o r i z o n s o f f i c e is

C o m m u n i t y Hospital, is geared toward health care professionals, stu-

t r e a t i n g s p o r t s i n j u r i e s , and h o w health car e p r o f e s s i o n a l s can cor-

volunteer. "All of o u r v o l u n t e e r s s e e m to

located at 171 E. 15th Street, be-

dents, athletes, clinicians, or anyone w h o is physically active. Dr. Rich Ray, head of the Kine-

rect this. Ray hoped that s t u d e n t s would

kids' lives it d o e s s o m u c h to h e l p t h e m , " Pleune said. " T h e p r o g r a m

siology D e p a r t m e n t , said that the-

helps t h e m to d o better in school and feel better about t h e m s e l v e s . "

to e x p o s e s t u d e n t s at H o p e to the best and brightest m i n d s in sports

the topic." For health care professionals, there w a s a ninety-minute presen-

Vom 5 to 15 years. T h e s t u d e n t s neet with the child o n c e a week for w o to five hours to attend social

e n j o y it." she said. " I t ' s a m a z i n g

l a p p e n i n g s sUch as S A C e v e n t s or >ther activities that w o u l d interest

kids" M a n y student organizations have also p a r n c i p a t c d in the proizram.

.he child.

h o w well they get along with the

hind C o l l e g e East a p a r t m e n t s . " W h e n you put a person in these

lectures are " a n o p p o r t u n i t y for us

" b e c h a l l e n g e d to learn m o r e about

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fairs.

in a felony," B a n c u k said.

f r o m a neighbor. " T h e y gawe out

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I ' v e s e e n , (and I d o n ' t go to parties). the c o p ' s attention has been

" S t u d e n t s o f t e n ask: ' W e ' r e o f f -

S e v e r a l s t u d e n t s are f r u s t r a t e d w i t h the w a y t h i n g s h a v e b e e n

M I P s h a v e been g i v e n o u i ; there w e r e 6 0 given o u t at a party in one

brcathiizers and 4 M I P ' s , " said Mall H o l m e s ( ' 0 1 ) .

c a m p u s , why is this the c o l l e g e ' s b u s i n e s s ? " E m e r s o n said. "But il

night," F r e t / said. " A n d there has

R-ES-P-EC-T

is a reflection on H o p e College and

handled by police this year. "I u n d e r s t a n d that (the pol i ce)

minimal and w e l l - h i d d e n . " said Christina S t a r v o s ( ' 0 1 ) . " I ' m glad the school is taking an interest, but

H o p e administration understand

il interferes with the c o m m u n i t y ,

want to c r a c k d o w n on p a r t y i n g

t h e y ' r e not b e i n g t o u g h e n o u g h . S o m e t h i n g d i f f e r e n t should be

ous violations."

that students will participate in offc a m p u s g a t h e r i n g s but e x p e c t lhal

and the c o m m u n i t y e x p e c t s H o p e to lake responsibility for its stu-

f r o m the get-go," said M e g a n Brax ('() 1). "But these parties are within

d o n e , m o r e of a structured e d u c a tion f o r the R . A . ' s w h e n p e o p l e

Waking up the neighbors

students will represent the c o l l e g e

denls. A n d secondly. Hope has high

w a l k i n g distance and now kids are

well on and o f f - c a m p u s . " W e have a recognition that stu-

e x p e c t a t i o n s for its s t u d e n t s . " E m e r s o n e x p l a i n s that like an al-

just g o i n g to go f a r t h e r away, in driving distance. N o one is g o i n g

c o m e into the d o r m s drunk at night. T h e p a r t y i n g h e r e is very e x c e s s i v e

d e n t s will participate and a t t e n d

cohol write-up

o f f - c a m p u s p a r t i e s . " D e a n Frost s a i d , " b u t w e w o u l d h o p e they

o n c a m p u s , receiving a MIP

w o u l d be responsible and respect-

o f f - c a m p u s usu-

is willing to w o r k with fraternities,

ful, and also accept responsibility

sororities, and other o f f - c a m p u s

for t h e p r o b l e m s t h e y m a y get

ally r e s u l t s in a s e m e s t e r of pro-

h o u s i n g t o w a r d m e t h o d s of avoidance of problems, but the t w o things that continue to concern o f f i c e r s are

into." a I stress the idea of getting to k n o w your n e i g h b o r s and h a v i n g

b a t i o n a n d 15 hours of c o m m u nity service, but

illegal age and the sale of alcohoJ

small parties," said B a n c u k . w h o s a y s s h e is i n t e r e s t e d in h a v i n g

the c o l l e g e also

been at least 3 p e o p l e w h o h a v e spent the night in jail for m o r e seri-

Policc h a v e been alerted to parties lor mainly t w o reasons. " O u r largest c o n c e r n s are loud m u s i c and reports of potential illegal sale (of a l c o h o l ) , " D c V r i e s said. D e V r i e s e x p r e s s e s that the H P D

to m i n o r s . "We c a n ' t turn a w a y from this," DeVries said. S o m e s t u d e n t s are q u e s t i o n i n g how necessary police i n v o l v e m e n t is at parlies. "1 understand that they h a v e to

involved

student in court.

d e n t s a w a r e of citations issued to s t u d e n t s or calls

fore their court

at least three times every t w o weeks.

much

date in o r d e r to

•more than 1 / 3 of students reported driving

Hope's Public Safety officers

let them k n o w of t h e i r o p t i o n s to

n e e d s to go to the h o s p i la 1 , s . l u d e n l s

after drinking (a 1 3 % increase from 1 9 9 3 ) .

s h o u l d n ' t let fear of the

for

assistance

plead guilty or

d u r i n g an actual party " b u s t . "

not guilty, and to e n s u r e that they

" W e d o n ' t report or respond to

are

o f f - c a m p u s parasked by the Hol-

ment of the c o p s . " A c c o r d i n g to witnesses, upon ar-

b e c a u s e of the s h e e r n u m b e r of p e o p l e there," Terpstra said.

rival at the small parly, police in

If police c h o o s e to send records

street c l o t h e s c a m e u n n o t i c e d into

of written citations to the c o l l e g e

the b a c k y a r d , and s o o n identified themselves. T h e o f f i c e r s said they

the reports go directly to Dean Frost, w h o then passes the infor-

were alerted d u e t o the s i g h t i n g of

mation on to Derek E m e r s o n . Director of H o u s i n g and Judicial Af-

n a m fco

f her el I

rnoSt

probably

a.

Hi^hf

WjtK..

t o quit drinking. P e o p l e get scared,

to be a non-judgmental organizath n

but it's not a deterrent." "Trying to control c a m p u s drink-

on c a m p u s that exists to " s u p p o r t and e n c o u r a g e those w h o chose not to d r i n k , " said A I M president An-

or u n a w a r e of their o p t i o n s . "

said D a n Zoller COO). " T h e dent they'll m a k e in college d r i n k i n g is

On the record

not as i m p o r t a n t a s they

Both DeVries and E m e r s o n

dent they c o u l d m a k e in

spoke of the c o n s e q u e n c e s students have to deal with w h e n they h a v e

more important issues, s u c h as v i o l e n c e a n d

m i s d e m e a n o r s on their p e r m a n e n t r e c o r d s once they e n t e r the c o m -

d r u g s — p r o b l e m s that af-

petitive j o b market.

fect the c o m m u n i t y m o r e . " Melissa B u e n t e , w h o is

" G e t t i n g m i s d e m e a n o r s on records can hurt d o w n the road in

over 21, w a s present at an-

any

M I P s \vere h a n d e d out. "I think it's so stupid that

kind

of

business,"

said

DeVries. A n d "selling alcohol can result

o t h e r party w h e r e m a n y

/ G oooo dd

1

n'nj

WeVe

o ^ r J e s u S

u h t f

do

The community expects H o p e t o t a k e responsibili t y f o r its s t u dents. - D e r e k Emerson,

the c o p s wasted their time a n d o u r

Director of Housing a n d Judicial A f f a i r s

t i m e busting up h a r m less fun, w h e n a lot w o r s e

to drink and we encoura g e t h e m to m a k e safe and healthy choices." she said. "We feel we exisi to e d u -

c a t e . not to p r e a c h . " O n e of A I M ' s m i s s i o n s is to educate s t u d e n t s a b o u t binge drinking,

were

alcohol p o i s o n i n g , and the d a n g e r s

most likely being c o m m i t t e d

of driving u n d e r the i n f l u e n c e . "We w a n t s t u d e n t s to understand

two

streets

the c o n s e q u e n c e s of what can hap-

over," she said. "Different

p e n w h e n you d r i n k , " D o u g l a s s

crimes W*4rTn<j

c ho o se

o f f i c e r s handle situations dif-

a

Safe and sound

drea Douglass ('01). " B u t also to r e c o g n i / c that s o m e people w i l l

Br4.ce

Someone

police and M I P s keep t h e m f r o m c a l l i n g an

ing m a y be a waste of police lime,"

W < W J

(jrank

and

ter, or A I M . c o n t i n u e s

: A^EV/I-otz. 4

to d r i n k

Alcohol Issues M v

study conducted on 14,500 college students

be possibly

for

•Report released by the College Alcohol Studies at Harvard University (Sept. 10)

Hm,!

Some of

of

resident assistant." said Dean Frost. " N o one should go in u n p r e p a r e d

called for h e l p with identification

if an individual has loo

ambulance.

he or she should talk to Derek or a

land P o l i c e D e p a r t m e n t for as-

have a b a r b e c u e without the harass-

tKe

from 1 5 . 6 % in 1 9 9 3 ) .

m e e t with the j u d g e . "If a student d o e s gel in trouble

ties unless we are

Duane Terpstra, Director of Public

someone drinking who appeared

aware

• 1 9 % of students abstain from alcohol (a rise

what is g o i n g to happen once they

Safely. "Al one of the parties we w e r e

p i r t y

F r e t z also will bring up s a f e t y i s s u e s . H e g i v e s the e x a m p l e that

with students be-

s i s t a n c e . " said

of

there m a y be issues of a lack of r e s p e c t . "

the H P D m a k e s the Dean of Stu-

— D a n Zoller ('00)

Ll^e

arc f u n c t i o n i n g during p a r t y bujjts, a n d that

get drunk." • 2 1 % of those surveyed said they binge drink

w e r e drinking, all but 4. w e r e 21. A g r o u p of f r i e n d s should be able to

e#

students are c o n c e r n e d about the " w a y police

E m e r s o n att e m p t s to meet

H o p e b e c o m e s involved in o f f -

cue," she said. " T h e m a j o r i t y of the p e o p l e w h o

Tk I

since 1994, when 4 4 % of students admitted

future. He believes s o m e

c a m p u s party situations only when

a w a s t e of police t i m e .

any cause for policc at the b a r b e -

a row for men and four for women). These

the same.• 5 0 % of student drinkers said they "drink to

When the "bigguys"get

drinking may be

"busted." "There wasn't

(defined as the consumption of five drinks i n

c u s s their c o n c e r n s .

Trying to control campus

barbecue police

• 4 3 % of students admit to binge drinking

h a p p e n s t o the

pursuit of under-

yard tha't

H o l l a n d Police in the

numbers have remained virtually unchanged

ing only o n the

dance at a back-

F r e t z will b r i n g up two main conccrns w h e n m e e t i n g with the

first lakes an int e r e s t in w h a t

police are focus-

w h o w a s in atten-

Bringing it to the table

open f o r u m s with students to dis-

e n f o r c e the law but it s e e m s like the

age drinkers," said Kelly Buwalda ('01),

for a C h r i s t i a n s c h o o l . "

f e r e n 11 y , " B a n c u k said. B u t n o t all s t u d e n t s think police have been cracking down on partygoers e n o u g h . "From what

said. O f f i c e r B a n c u k advised students not to be afraid to call the police if they feel a "party is getting out of control." If a student calls the police, and e x p l a i n s to them that they simply need h e l p getting students to leave their house, the o f f i c e r s would be willing to work in cooperation with the students and without exposing the identity of the caller.


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the

Anchor

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GUEST COLUMN

H o p e C o l l e g e s t u d e n t s l o o k i n g for a g o o d time o v e r the w e e k e n d will h a v e to step quietly this semester.

Michael McCune

A c c o r d i n g to H o p e C o l l e g e o f f i c i a l s and the H o l l a n d P o l i c e D e p a r t m e n t , t h e n u m b e r of d r i n k i n g r e l a t e d incidents has increased f r o m last y e a r ' s pace. The n u m b e r of o f f - c a m p u s p a r t i e s that h a v e b e e n " b u s t e d " has risen, as

has

the

number

of

Minors

In

It's all G r e e k to m e

Possession

misdemeanors. W h i l e the c o n s u m p t i o n of a l c o h o l is n o t h i n g n e w at

G r e e k s aboul their d i f f e r e n t

going G r e e k is nol for e v e r y -

experiences. H o p e C o l l e g e isn't Animal

body. M a k e sure you gel the facts, then you will know if

House or Revenge of the Nerds. We are j u s l ihirleen s e p a r a t e , local

G r e e k L i f e is for y o u . A decision is certainly not

Sosa is r o c k i n g ihe baseball w o r l d . I am b r i n g i n g ihe flow

o r g a n i z a t i o n s that are totally

e m i n e n t . Hey. next s e m e s t e r is a

u n i q u e lo this c a m p u s . Yes, w e

long w a y o f f . il h a s n ' t e v e n

lo ihe editorial p a g e ihis w e e k wilh ihe firsl edilion of ihe

have a great deal of f u n . bul we

started to s n o w yet (knock on w o o d ) . You h a v e time lo m a k e a

L a d i e s and G c n l l c m c n . b o y s and girls, children of all ages,

any c o l l e g e c a m p u s , the i s s u e has c o m e to a h e a d in H o l l a n d in recent w e e k s . E v e n b e f o r e school had started,

the Anchor is proud lo present ihe best darn c o l u m n thai y o u

o f f i c e r s w e r e c a l l e d to several c o l l e g e parties.

h a v e e v e r read. Jusl as S a m m y

H o p e C o l l e g e h a s l o n g p r o m o t e d itself a s a " D r y C a m p u s . " Article 1.1 of the S t u d e n t B e h a v i o r Policies in the H o p e C o l l e g e H a n d b o o k of S e l e c t e d C o l l e g e P o l i c ' e s states that " t h e p o s s e s s i o n a n d / o r c o n s u m p t i o n

a l s o participate in service p r o j e c t s and school leadership. I ' m nol g o i n g lo lie to y o u .

g o o d decision, and when the

ing: a G r e e k L i f e c o l u m n ? Jusl

G r e e k L i f e has its a d v a n t a g e s and d i s a d v a n t a g e s . Being an I n d e p e n -

helps you. T h a n k s for reading and please

hold on lo y o u r horses and

denl for t w o and a half y e a r s

e - m a i l m e wilh c o m m e n t s ,

k e e p reading, you mighl be

b e f o r e j o i n i n g the K n i c k e r b o c k e r

q u e s t i o n s , love letters, hale

surprised. I p r o m i s e righl n o w lhal ihere will be absolutely no

Fraternity, I h a v e traveled on both

mail, m a r r i a g e p r o p o s a l s or w h a t e v e r al m m 6 3 5 2 9 9 @ h o p e . e d u . T h a t ' s il for this edilion.

c o l u m n lhai discusses nol only

of a l c o h o l i c b e v e r a g e s on C o l l e g e property, in C o l l e g e

Greek Life, bul life in general. I k n o w w h a l you are ihink-

h o u s i n g units, or C o l l e g e v e h i c l e s is p r o h i b i t e d . " T h e h a n d b o o k also states that m o n e y shall not be u s e d to p u r c h a s e a l c o h o l , a l c o h o l m a y not be used to p r o m o t e an e v e n t , a n d t h e p o s s e s s i o n of a l c o h o l i c c o n t a i n e r s ( e m p t y or full) will not be a l l o w e d . L a s t a n y o n e k n e w , 21 w a s s t i l l t h e l e g a l a g e of

p r o p a g a n d a , c o m p l a i n i n g aboul

s i d e s of the fence. I u n d e r s t a n d a r g u m e n t s of both i n d e p e n d e n t s

p o s s e s s i o n and c o n s u m p t i o n in the S t a t e of M i c h i g a n . It

ihe adminislralion, and I will

and G r e e k s alike, and I plan on

is a l s o still a g a i n s t the law to p u r c h a s e liquor for m i n o r s .

never push my opinion d o w n

p r e s e n t i n g both t h r o u g h o u l this

your ihroal.

year by m e a n s of this w o n d e r f u l

T h e one ihing lhal ihis c o l u m n will a l w a y s a d v o c a l e aboul G r e e k L i f e is an e d u c a t e d

column. You will hear a great deal of things aboul being Greek over the

decision. D o n ' l lislen lo nasty r u m o r s and slereolypes; instead

c o u r s e of the semester, s o m e will actually be true, but m o s t are not.

talk to both G r e e k s and non-

G o i n g G r e e k c h a n g e d my life, bul

D e s p i t e this, s t u d e n t s , u n d e r a g e a n d over, will c o n t i n u e to party, c o n t i n u e to d r i n k , and c o n t i n u e to get c a u g h t by police. Last year, a student w a s assaulted while returning h o m e f r o m a late-night party. S t u d e n t s still trek several b l o c k s to p a r t i e s in the d e a d of w i n t e r w h e r e a l c o h o l is p r e s e n t . S t u d e n t s a n d a d m i n i s t r a t i o n k n o w the d a n g e r in this, but for n o w it h a s b e e n an issue that is g e n e r a l l y s w e p t u n d e r

Congress

cabinet

member

To the Editor:

l i m e c o m e s . I h o p e this c o l u m n

This semester

the A n c h o r will

feature guest columns from different student organizations. Any student wishes should

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urges students

organizations

that

to run a guest column contact the A n c h o r at or @ hope, edu

to vote

then y o u ' r e n o l s u p p o r t i n g C o n -

d o n ' l lake the m i n u t e lo vote now,

gress. Il m e a n s w h e n we try and sei

you tie o u r h a n d s for an enlire year. T h i s isn't your high school stu-

the table. It is a b o u t t i m e that the c a m p u s a n d s t u d e n t s m e e t and

By ihe lime you are r e a d i n g this

d i s c u s s the alcohol p o l i c y at H o p e . W h i l e any policy

letter, you are one of t w o types of

up a b o o k e x c h a n g e s o lhal y o u d o n ' t h a v e lo spend your life sav-

w o n ' t d e t e r s t u d e n t s f r o m d r i n k i n g , the c u r r e n t situation

people. Either you have voted in the

ings for a textbook, il w o n ' t hap-

is as real as you m a k e it. If you vote,

elections for Student C o n g r e s s or

pen. Il m e a n s w h e n we try and gel

you have a strong voice for n o w and

you have not. If you have voted then

the library to slay open later so you can d o research around your s c h e d -

in the future. If you d o n ' t , then you put duct tape across y o u r m o u t h and

individual in a n y c a s e . A l c o h o l p o i s o n i n g , v i o l e n c e , and

I can say you k n o w and care about h o w important this year is for con-

police i n t e r v e n t i o n are a l r e a d y c r e e p i n g into H o p e . T h e

gress and the student body. If you

ule and nol theirs, il w o n ' t h a p p e n . W h e n we try lo a d a p t meal plan so

C o l l e g e s h o u l d a d d r e s s the issue b e f o r e it's f o r c e d to.

haven't, then there are some reasons

il m e e t s y o u r n e e d s il w o n ' t h a p -

ing to hurl. S o it's up lo you. W h a l

you should seek out a voting booth

pen. Il m e a n s lhal w h e n you want

sort of person are y o u ?

and vote b e f o r e ihe polls close for

us to put your thoughts forward

good at 6 : 3 0 p.m., T h u r s d a y night.

about the Chaplain review we w o n ' i

d e f i n i t e l y w a r r a n t s a n o t h e r look. T h e c o n s u m p t i o n of a l c o h o l is u l t i m a t e l y u p to the

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be heard. A r e you starting lo c a t c h

minislralion looks al a proposal submilted by C o n g r e s s they will take

o n ? T h e r e are lols of great c a n d i d a t e s , p e o p l e w h o w a n t lo h e l p

il less seriously. If you d o n ' l vole

m a k e a d i f f e r e n c e . H o w e v e r , if you

Parking

situation

still a problem,

To the Editor: I would like to e x p r e s s my c o n cern about the current parking situation here al H o p e . I realize that this has been a prob-

dent c o n g r e s s . T h i s is college, this

il w o n ' t be ripped off until the end of y o u r college career. T h a i ' s go-

R. M a t t h e w Fretz ( ' 9 9 ) S t u d . C o n g r e s s Vice President

senior says

c l a s s M o n d a y and W e d n e s d a y in order to gel lo lennis on lime. I nor-

parking is p r o h i b i t e d . I e v e n went

mally allow m y s e l f ten to f i f t e e n

spot. I understand the need lo reserve

m i n u t e s to find a parking spot. T h i s m o r n i n g I drove around and

lo " S i b e r i a " and c o u l d nol find a

p a r k i n g a r o u n d c a m p u s , bul il is

could nol find a spot. I then decided

hard lo understand when students

lem for my f o u r y e a r s here, yet I

lo try the lot next lo D y k s t r a Hall,

see it w o r s e n i n g .

but it is n o w for H a w o r t h g u e s t s

are struggling lo find spol> and there are open spots in ihe reserved lols.

I live on 15th Street and C o l u m -

only. I then w a s going lo try the lot

bia A v e n u e and h a v e lo d r i v e lo

b e h i n d E i g h t h Street, bul s t u d e n t

Katie Cindric ('99)

staff c a r t o o n

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B r o a d w a y p r o d u c t i o n features H o p e grad ierent k i n d s of piano.

JOSLIN FEINAUER

"f g o t the c o n d u c t o r of Tommy

intermission editor

to

teach m e rock-n-roll piano which M o r e l h a n o n c e ihc A n d r e w s Sis-

w o r k e d out w e l l b e c a u s e he w a s

t e r s a n d F r e d A s i a ire p l a y e d ihe

a l s o a c l a s s i c a l pianist. H e d i d n ' t tell

r o l e s of a s p i r i n g p e i i o r m e r s . I m a g -

m e to just

ine l i v i n g l h a l r o l e .

taught me specifics," Korlman said.

feel the m u s i c . " H e

Korlman

K o r t m a i v s first p e r f o r m a n c e j o b

( ' 9 3 ) iel'l H o l l a n d f o r N e w Y o r k

w a s p l a y i n g in a c h u r c h b a s e m e n t

C i l y w i l h $ 5 0 0 a n d 2 s u i t c a s e s lo

on a p i a n o missing black keys. She

find w o r k as a pianist a f t e r gradua-

a l s o a c c o m p a n i e d a n u m b e r of

tion. Korlman waited tables for 6

voice

Hope grad Cynihia

m o n t h s b e f o r e f i n d i n g w o r k o n the

production of Tommy.

auditions.

v

A m e r i c a n S y m p h o n y O r c h e s t r a thai led t o w o r k o n Miss

'\ w a s a c h i l d w r a n g l e r , w h i c h

Eventually

K o r l m a n found a position with a Saigon

a n d at

meant I babysat for the p e r f o r m e r s '

NYU. "I w a s w o r k i n g u n d e r a c o n d u c -

kids. T h e s e were real ' a c t o r s ' kids;

tor w h o w a s involved with the up-

it w a s n ' t a n e a s y j o b , " K o r l m a n

c o m i n g p r o d u c t i o n of t h e L i o n

said. Korlman earned $8000 during

got the

K i n g . I a u d i t i o n e d f o r the s h o w a n d keyboardist position,"

K o r l m a n said, i also conduct two

h e r first y e a r in N e w Y o r k . "It w a s t o u g h t o l i v e l i k e that - in

or s o of the eight s h o w s each week.

an apartment barely big e n o u g h for

I t ' s t r u e that s o m u c h d e p e n d s o n

m y s u i t c a s e s - but m y p a r e n t s d r o v e

b e i n g in the right p l a c e at the r i g h t

out to s e e m e w h e n I g o t t o o d i s -

l i m e a n d k n o w i n g the right p e o p l e . "

c o u r a g e d a n d e n c o u r a g e d m e lo k e e p at it.

S u p p o r t i v e p a r e n t s re-

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During college Korlman worked

T h e m u s i c i a n s in N e w York c o u l d

by J o h n a t h a n M u e n k

know your piece perfectly. You

w o u l d be t h e o n e . " s h e s a i d . " S o

"I a l s o h a d lo l e a r n h o w l o t r a n s -

should r e m e m b e r that the people

when y o u audition, c h o o s e a piece

p o s e q u i c k l y at t h e v o i c e a u d i t i o n s

j u d g i n g y o u w a n t y o u l o b e the right

y o u ' r e c o m f o r t a b l e w i l h a n d that m a k e s y o u s o u n d the b e s l n o m a t -

ing is i m p e r a t i v e .

u n d e r L i n d a S t r a u s s in the H o p e S u m m e r Repertory Theater.

ally h e l p , " K o x t m a n s a i d .

photo

L I O N H E A R T : Hope graduate Cynthia Kortman ('93) broke into the popular broad way attraction "The Lion King" using her various piano skills.

" T h e S u m m e r R e p is s u c h a ler-

play m a n y d i f f e r e n t styles of m u -

rific theater now. It's a good place

I played for," Kortman said. "If any-

sic. K o r l m a n had a classical p i a n o

to start," K o r l m a n said.

o n e is t r y i n g l o b r e a k i n t o a p r o f e s -

person." " I ' v e sal through 4 0 0 auditions a

M a k i n g it o n B r o a d w a y c a n c e r tainly be d o n e . "

background from Hope. She knew

For hopeful amateur musicians.

s i o n a l c a r e e r in m u s i c o r p e r f o r -

day w h e r e no o n e was chosen, but

she needed to be able to play dif-

K o r t a m n said that-good sight-read-

m a n c e , it's a necessity that you

we hoped each new candidate

ter h o w p r e d i c t a b l e il m a y s e e m .

"Nature film" to be featured at the Knickerbocker there's no n a r r a t i o n — T h i s enables

B e s i d e s e a r n i n g the r e p u t a t i o n

f i l m ' s a r t i s t i c p o w e r is a c h i e v e d

y o u l o l o s e y o u r s e l f in a w o r l d

as a unique documentary, Mi:

through music and sound effects.

w i l d e r than a n y o f H o l l y w o o d ' s sci-

crocosmos

included. Instead, m u c h of the MEREDITH CARE staff

r e p o r t e r

has also received

Microcosmos

b e g i n s F r i d a y , S e p t . 18

and runs t h r o u g h T h u r s d a y , Sept. 24. T h e G e r m a n f i l m Beyond

Silence

F i f t e e n y e a r s of r e s e a r c h . T w o

" I t ' s s u c h a n u n u s u a l film. W h e n

s e v e r a l a w a r d s . At t h e

1996

years of e q u i p m e n t design. T h r e e

you think of a d o c u m e n t a r y , you

fi c r e a t i o n s . " R o g e r E b e r t o f the C h i c a g o S u n -

will p l a y f r o m F r i d a y , S e p t . 2 5 t h r o u g h

C a n n e s F e s t i v a l , it w o n t h e

S u n d a y , O c t . 11. T h e F r e n c h film The

y e a r s of s h o o t i n g .

think of s o m e t h i n g c u l - a n d - d r y , "

T i m e s s a i d . " I f t h e m o v i e s a l l o w us

T e c h n i c a l G r a n d P r i z e . Micro-

Promise

will be s h o w i n g O c t . 2 t h r o u g h con-

said Valerie

lywood m o t i o n picture, this m o v i e

M c C o y ,

c e i v e d the 1997

c l u d e s the Fall F i l m S e r i e s O c t . 9

d o e s not f e a t u r e a n y o f the f a m o u s

Ails Coor-

C e s a r A w a r d s for

t h r o u g h 17.

d i n a t o r foY

Best C i n e m a t o g -

S h o w l i m e s are at 7 a n d 9 p . m . e a c h

Hope Col-

raphy, Best Edi-

e v e n i n g at the K n i c k e r b o c k e r T h e a l r e .

lege.

tor. Best M u s i c

T i c k e t s a r e $ 3 . 5 0 f o r s t u d e n t s a n d se-

film is q u i l e

Written

nior citizens, and $ 4 . 5 0 for adults.

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

d i f f e r e n t in

Film, Best Pro-

the first f i l m in t h e a n n u a l Fall F i l m

that r e s p e c t .

Series.

Y o u get lost in the a r t i s t i c i m a g e s

to see p l a c e s w e h a v e visited and

Sound, and Besl French Film.

o f t h e film. I l o v e i t . "

p e o p l e w e d o not k n o w , t h e n Mi-

Claude Nuridsany and Marie

crocosmos

W h i l e t h i s m a y s o u n d like a H o l -

a c t o r s y o u ' d e x p e c t . I n s t e a d , il focuses on insects. T h e f i l m is the F r e n c h d o c u m e n tary Microcosmos.

a n d will be p l a y -

B e f o r e d i s m i s s i n g t h e film b e c a u s e o f iis c l a s s i f i c a t i o n a s a d o c u m e n t a r y . r e a l i z e that Microcosmos is not by a n y m e a n s a t y p i c a l " n a ture f i l m . "

rKursday

This

also re-

8, a n d the Italian film The Leopard

cosmos

ducer,

for

a

Besl

M c C o y h o p e s that the Fall F i l m Series will be t h o u g h t - p r o v o k i n g , bul m o s t o f all, e n t e r t a i n i n g . "I t r i e d t o p i c k f i l m s that w e r e all

P e r e n n o u , d i r e c t o r s o f the film,

d i f f e r e n t f r o m e a c h o t h e r . We a l s o w a n t

A n d y Seiler, m o v i e critic for U S A

range of vision, a l l o w i n g us lo see

w e r e n o m i n a t e d for the 1997

t o s h o w m o v i e s that p e o p l e d o n ' t n o r -

T o d a y , w r o t e , " . . .this is not s o m e

the w o r l d of the c r e a t u r e s w h o m o s t

C e s a r Award for Best N e w Di-

mally have an opportunity to see," she

n a t u r e film y o u c h a n n e l - s u r f e d past

completely and enduringly inhabit

rector of a Feature Film.

said.

o n T V last n i g h t . F o r o n e t h i n g .

the earth."

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September

I 6, I 998

V i e n n a e x p e r i e n c e provides g r o w t h PARITY CHECK J U L I E

Andrew Lotz.

G R E E N

staff r e p o r t e r

T h e Vi e n n a s u m m e r l e r m is a l o n g - s l a n d i n g iradilion al H o p e Col-

T h e Flying D u t c h m a n

l e g e . a n d o n e lhal d r a w s a variely . of p e o p l e inlo a Held of e x p e r i e n c e

Updaling and producl image i i n p r o v c m c n l h a p p e n a r o u n d us

Nol m u c h righi? Jusl o n e s i m p l e leller. T h i s w a y we d o n ' l o f f e n d

oulside Hope. I finally f i g u r e d il w a s l i m e lo

all ihe lime.

a l u m n i w h o h a v e g r o w n u p as

l e a v e , " s a i d T o n y Bull ( ' 9 8 ) . " s o I

o n e of ihe F l y i n g D u l c h . T h e only o l h e r c h a n g e is ihe

lefl H o p e for E u r o p e . "

i m a g e of o u r m a s c o i . I p r o p o s e w e s w i l c h f r o m ihe m y r i a d of

lhal is o f f e r e d e v e r y y e a r lo H o p e

s p o i l s f i g u r e s s p o i l i n g ihe ira-

Vienna. Auslria.

T h a i c l u n k y old A p p l e l i e w e u s e d in e l e m e n l a r y s c h o o l h a s been r e p l a c e d w i l h ihe i r a n s p a r eni. culling e d g e i M a c . T h e c a m p y 7 ( ) \ s h o w " B a l m a n , " fealuring A d a m Wesi in lighls, h a s

i

Bull w a s pari of an o p p o r l u n i l y s l u d e n l s . a s u m m e r s e m e s l e r held in

dilional c l o g s a n d w i n g s g e l - u p

For Bull, il w a s a lerm of self-dis-

l o Ihe F l y i n g D u i c h m a n . i h e g h o s l ship of lore. Nol only d o e s ihe g h o s l s h i p

covery. "In E u r o p e , like m a n y of m y fellow s l u d e n l s f r o m ihe U . S . A . I w a s

a p p e a r as a b e a u l i f u l l o g o , w i l h iis lailered sails a n d eerie blue

c a p e a c a d e m i c p r e s s u r e s , lo e s c a p e

w o u l d eal lo a w e l l - h y p e d , n a s l y

glow, bul il a l s o fils H o p e . The

resiaurani where no one wiihoul a melal c o l o n w o u l d e a l . P r o d -

Anchor is nol j u s l ihe n a m e of ihe paper, b u l a l s o " i h e a n c h o r

ihe d r i n k i n g age. lo l e s c a p e ] relalionships. D u r i n g ihe year I had

ucls. c o r p o r a l i o n s . and p e o p l e are

of h o p e . " il only fils lo h a v e our

awareness."

a l w a y s c h a n g i n g i h e m s e l v e s in a

o f f i c i a l s y m b o l of ihe a n c h o r m a l c h ihe a l h l e l i c s y m b o l of a

b o d y of a n y a g e is w e l c o m e on ihe irip. T h e r e are o f l e n a d u l l s w h o au-

t a u g h t al H o p e . In 1955. A u s t r i a

conlinual pursuil o f m o d e r n i l y .

T h e s l u d y p r o g r a m is g e a r e d tow a r d m a n y g o a l s , bul all w i l h a higher goal of increasing a w a r e n e s s

dit ihe c o u r s e . " O n e of ihe i h i n g s lhal m a k e s il a

hold, a n d f h c next y e a r Fried be-

e v o l v e d inlo ihe n o i r " B a l m a n : ihe A n i m a i e d S e r i e s . " A n d T a c o Bell h a s g o n e f r o m a p o o r l y adverlised. nasly resiaurani where no o n e w i i h o u l a m e l a l c o l o n

E v e n H o p e C o l l e g e h a s been u p d a l i n g iisell. R e s i d e n c e hall design has e v o l v e d f r o m ' i h e

irying lo e s c a p e . " Bull said. " T o es-

of ihe w o r l d o u l s i d e H o l l a n d .

g h o s l s l o r i e s ? H a u n i i n g lales of

T h e V i e n n a s u m m e r l e r m is a popular abroad experience and each

l u n c l i o n a l u g l i n e s s o F S c o l l Hall

blue l i g h m i n g . d a r k a n d s i o r m y

lo i h e p r e e n e d b e a u l y o f C o o k H a l l . C h a p e l h a s g o n e IVom a

seas, and chance encouniers wilh a s h i p of m y l h a n d m y s -

y e a r m a n y p e o p l e p a r l i c i p a l e . Lasl

m a n d a l o r y . s o m b e r a f f a i r lo

lery a s il c u l s i h r o u g h ihe nighl

s o m c l h i n g lhal half ihe c a m p u s

w a v e s of Ihe Allanlic O c e a n . D o

wilh 8 4 s l u d e n l s . V i e n n a is a six w e e k c o u r s e wilh

f i n d s e x c i l i n g a n d e n r i c h i n g . Yel

m a s c o l s like C a l v i n ' s K n i g h l s o r K a l a m a / o o ' s H o r n e l s hold a c a n d l e lo ihe lerror a n d a w e - i n -

n a p p e d in ihe s l y l e l e s s pasl. O u r

year ihe g r o u p w a s larger lhan usual,

is that il is run o u l of ihe cily pred o m i n a i e l y . " H e m e n w a y said.

a n y G e r m a n , a c c i d e n t l y f o u n d his way into i h e g r o u p , and e v e n t u a l l y

T h e s l u d e n l s slay wilh f a m i l i e s in V i e n n a a n d leave o n l y for w e e k e n d

b e c a m e its director. " B a s i c a l l y the p r o g r a m w a s dy-

T h e r e are 23 dislricls in V i e n n a , a n d s l u d e n l s a r c u s u a l l y placed in 17 of

But the p r o g r a m t u r n e d a r o u n d ,

them. H e m e n w a y said. The semes-

a n d H e m e n w a y soon f o u n d himself

as S a l s b u r g , P r a g u e and

ler e n d s wilh an o v e r n i g h t h i k i n g

Budapesl. O f ihe 8 4 w h o look ihe irip lasl

irip in i h e A l p s . T h e p r o g r a m w a s started in 1956

at its h e a d . O v e r a l l , the p r o g r a m is all a b o u t

year, only i w e l v e had laken G e r m a n

by Dr. Paul G . Fried, a n d is currently led by H e m e n w a y , w h o h a s j u s t fin-

Vienna, bul ihe s l u d e n l s usually lake

D u i c h m a n . her sails r i p p e d lo s h r e d s f r o m ihe e l e m e n l s . yel

such

boosi us a w a y f r o m ihe s l e r e o -

s l a p p i n g wildly, filled wilh

a m a n in w o o d e n s h o e s w i l h an

g a n his trips to A u s t r i a . Hemenway. w h o doesn't speak

ing in the s e v e n t i e s . I w a s a s k e d to

s p i r i n g sighi of ihe F l y i n g

Ills wilh ihe feel of i h e c a m p u s . S o m c l h i n g lhal l o o k s beller l h a n

lillle d i f f e r e n t than o l h e r p r o g r a m s

d o it f o r o n e year, t h e lasl y e a r . " said H e m e n w a y .

I p r o p o s e a c h a n g e in ihe ima g e of our s c h o o l . S o m c l h i n g lo

wind? S o I say lhal w e c h a n g e o u r

w a s liberated f r o m its c o m m u n i s t

ihcy w a n t lo live f o r ihe s u m m e r .

m a s c o i . life F l y i n g D u l c h m e n .

S o m c l h i n g lhal l o o k s s u a v e , yel

courtesy Stephen Hemenway

irips. T h e s l u d e n l s c a n d e c i d e w h e r e

v a r i o u s arl. l a n g u a g e , a n d c u l l u r e c l a s s e s o f f e r e d . Il i s b a s e d in w e e k e n d irips l o ' o l h e r large cities,

lypes of i h e H o l l a n d c o m m u n i l y .

photo

T U I M M E L V I S I O N r D r . Stephen He men way (fourth from the left) takes a rest while touring the Hallein Salt Mines.

m a n y r e a l i / a l i o n s l e a d i n g lo self-

losl s a i l i n g s h i p . W h a l is m o r e f e a r s o m e lhan

o n e a spec l of H o p e r e m a i n s

Anchor

i m a g e al H o p e C o l l e g e . H o p e

classes. " T h e e m p h a s i s of i h e p r o g r a m

isn'i a h a v e n for Dulch children.

h a s a l w a y s been m o r e c u l l u r a l lhan

Nobody here wears wooden s h o e s lo c l a s s . W e c a n u p d a l e

linguistic,"

said

Dr.

ished his 23rd y e a r as d i r e c t o r of the program. Fried w a s o r i g i n a l l y an A u s t r i a n

Slephen

H e m e n w a y . c u r r e n l d i r e c t o r of ihe

learning. "\ l e a r n e d t w o l a n g u a g e s . 1 l e a r n e d a b o u t history f r o m being in the s p o t s lhal history h a p p e n e d . I l e a r n e d that c o m m u n i s m d i d n ' t die in 1989." Bull said. T h e V i e n n a s u m m e r term o f f e r s

ourselves, lake on a superior

V i e n n a s u m m e r lerm a n d H o p e En-

citizen w h o c a m e to s c h o o l al H o p e C o l l e g e . He b e c a m e an A m e r i c a n

mosi people probably w o u l d n ' l

m a s c o i lhal fils ihe i m a g e of our

glish p r o f e s s o r .

citizen a n d enlisted in the a r m y . He

nolice il. 1 ihink lhal w e s h o u l d

c o l l e g e , a n d nol be r e g a r d e d as one big s i e r e o i y p e . all by c h a n g -

T h e g r o u p w a s m a i n l y H o p e slu-

left w h e n World War II b e g a n , a n d

and other interested parlies each year. Information regarding the

denls. bul s o m e were from olher

a f t e r the w a r he r e t u r n e d lo H o p e to

V i e n n a s u m m e r t e r m c a n be ob-

ing o n e lillle I d l e r .

c o l l e g e s . T h e only r e q u i r c m e n l is

finish college. Fried w a s a transla-

tained f r o m Dr. H e m e n w a y in the

one y e a r of c o l l e g e c d u c a l i o n . A n y -

tor at the N u r e m b e r g trials, and later

English Department.

av ialior's cap. li s noi a m a j o r c h a n g e . In f a d .

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ties to the history of the Holland

w h o w a s present for the lecture on

in the DePree A n Building. On Oct.

Sept. 14. which w a s on the A u t u m n

history of the world. A c c o r d i n g to Kennedy, the lectures will let people

of the M e d i e v a l L o w C o u n t r i e s T h e Dutch History lecture series

19, there will be no lecture due to Fall Break. A l t h o u g h the lecture se-

k n o w o f the b r o a d c o n t o u r s o f

will continue to enlighten residents

Dutch history. "I wish there were more e v e n t s

and students through Dec. 7. from

like this on H o p e ' s c a m p u s . " said B r e n d a B o s . a H o l l a n d resident

7 to 8 p.m. M o n d a y nights. T h e series has been m o v e d f r o m L u b b e r s Hall to C o o k A u d i t o r i u m

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and has yet lo be d e c i d e d u p o n . " said A n d e r s o n . " T h e study that will

Dr. C r a i g Fisher of Ithaca C o l l e g e

m o d i f i e d in s uch a w a y that shifted

presents " T h e A t h l e t e ' s D i l e m m a : A d h e r e n c e to Fitness and Rehabili-

the cost of the c e n t e r from $ 3 0 million to $ 5 0 million as well as relo-

be d o n e will e m p h a s i / e on the uses of the center, rather than location."

tation P r o g r a m s . " Also c o m i n g up

cating the c e n t e r to the site of the f o r m e r G E factory on 16th Street.

M e t a b o l i c B a s i s of F a t i g u e " on M o n d a y . Jan. 18, and G a r y G r a y ' s lecture "Functional Exercise in Athletic Rehabilitation on W e d n e s d a y . Feb. 10. T h e series will c o n c l u d e

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nist issues." Like Judge Jonas. Juih-Gavasso also contributed m u c h time lo her

opening of the series, which was coordinated by the library staff. " W e are excited about ihis and

Ray shid. All of the p r e s e n t a t i o n s will be

community. She was affiliated with the

held in M a a s A u d i t o r i u m al 7 : 0 0 p . m . A d m i s s i o n is f r e e , and the

American Sociological Association,

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the A m e r i c a n Association of Univ e r s i t y P r o f e s s o r s , the N a t i o n a l

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Soccer t e a m s look t o continue past success M I K E

tories. m i n u s M e l o d y M o r s c h e c k ( ' 9 9 ) . M o r s c h e c k set season records

Z U I D E M A

e d i t o r - i n - c h i e f

for season goals and career assists and mainlain ihc level o f l h e other, the m e n ' s a n d w o m e n ' s s o e e e r

last fall. "The question was where we w e r e g o i n g t o get o f f e n s e a n d

l e a m s have s c h e d u l e d s o m e l o u g h

S c h o o n stepped up pretty big."

opponents. W h i l e the w o m e n have started 3-

R o s e n b r o o k said. S c h o o n leads the team with live

2. the men h a v e had a r o u g h beginning. starting 0-4-1. T h e t e a m s have

goals. Gill leads in assists with l ive.

In an c f f o r l l o build one p r o g r a m

played their share of t o u g h opposition. including A q u i n a s , C o l o r a d o , and perennial powerhouse

Hope had no problem finding o t h e r s as L i / D o r n o b s ( ' 0 2 ) and Lindsey O ' D e l l ('01 ) a l s o found the

Wheaton. O v e r the w e e k e n d t h e F l y i n g

net. " ( D e p t h ) is s o m e t h i n g I c o n s i d e r to be o u r n u m b e r one strength. We

Dutch fell to W h e a t o n 1-0. on Fri-

just w e a r t e a m s d o w n , " Rosenbrook

day and d e f e a t e d D e P a u w 4 - 0 . on Saturday. The Flying Dutchmen

s a i d . "It g e t s to b e t a x i n g o n an

d r o p p e d both g a m e s , falling 3-1 to

o p p o n e n t ' s m i n d and body." W h i l e the w o m e n had no prob-

W h e a t o n and 1-0 to D e P a u w . T h e Flying D u t c h w o n S a t u r d a y

l e m d i s p o s i n g of D e P a u w . t h e

behind a p a i r of G r e t c h e n S c h o o n

tion. D e P a u w w a s a b l e to beat H o p e

( ' 9 9 ) goals and three Tina Gill ( ' 9 9 )

m e n ' s g a m e b e c a m e a war of attri-

assists. U's nice, it s e e m s like it's been

g o a l t e n d e r Will S m i t h ( ' 0 1 ) j u s t

a while. We h a v e n ' t b e e n p l a y i n g particularly well so this w a s a big

w e r e u n a b l e to score despite an off e n s i v e o n s l a u g h t in the final ten

win for u s . " said head c o a c h Paul

minutes. H o p e picked up their in-

R o s e n b r o o k . " W e ' v e beaten s o m e

tensify over the last ten m i n u t e s and

o n c e , a n d the F l y i n g D u t c h m e n

g o o d t e a m s but we still h a v e s o m e

despite several scoring chances, the

tough t e a m s up the r o a d . "

t e a m w a s u n a b l e to e v e n the score.

W h i l e H o p e p i c k e d u p the w i n . the t e a m will look to i m p r o v e on last s e a s o n ' s school record 13 vic-

" W e might have picked up o u r level of intensity, but w e did not pick up o u r s m a r t level of p l a y , "

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RU M A W A Y : Fling Dutchmen forward Curtis Mejeur ('01) looks for some space against a pair of DePauw opponents, Saturday. Hope fell to the Tigers 1-0. said head c o a c h Steve S m i t h . " W e

I -1 on it's trip to C o l o r a d o a w e e k

h a v e a solid g a m e plan and solid players, we just h a v e n ' t put it to-

ago. W h i l e the team h a s only scored

gether yet." T h e Flying D u t c h m e n have had

six s e a s o n g o a l s , it has only given

c o u l d play with t h e m . T h e Flying D u t c h m e n will next

u p ten to the o p p o s i t i o n . Ben

face M a c Murray, III. at Buys Ath-

a t o u g h t i m e getting started. T h e

Klimek ( ' 0 0 ) leads with t w o goals.

team has three one goal losses, o n e

" W e ' v e scheduled tough opponents e v e r since I ' v e been h e r e , "

letic Field on Saturday at I ;30 p.m. T h e w o m e n will travel to Allegh-

in o v e r t i m e . T h e team also w e n t 0-

Golf t e a m s swing into seasons

P E T K U S f r o m

Smith said. "But w e ' r e c a p a b l e of w i n n i n g and w e s h o w e d that we

eny, Penn. f o r a 4 p.m. Friday g a m e .

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It is a condition that is treatable by d o c t o r s but is. " r a r e in y o u n g

M a r t i n ( ' 0 2 ) , at r i g h t o f f e n s i v e tackle, the position vacated by

( ' 9 9 ) , and G i n a Pellerito ( ' 9 9 ) , w h o

p e o p l e , " Ray said. W h a t d o c t o r s d o treat the c o n d i -

Petkus. A n o t h e r c h a n g e is the m o v e of D a v e Uyl ( ' 9 9 ) f r o m tight end to

r e t u r n s a f t e r s p e n d i n g a y e a r in

tion is to shock the heart to get it

Eaton replaces J a n e Hoi man w h o

Spain. Yared and O o n k were n a m e d to

back into a n o r m a l r h y t h m . "If the p r o c e d u r e d o e s n ' t stick

o f f e n s i v e guard. With s i g n i f i c a n t n e w p e r s o n n e l

and c a p t u r e first place. T h e t w o t e a m s are a study in c o n -

directed the Flying Dutch t o four

t h e A l l - M I A A s e c o n d t e a m last

they will probably not d o it a g a i n "

in their first s y s t e m g a m e turning

l e a g u e c h a m p i o n s h i p s , and n e v e r

year, and Pellerito is a t w o - t i m e All-

the ball o v e r to A u g u s t a n a a total

trasts. T h e m e n ' s t e a m has n e v e r won a M i c h i g a n Intercollegiate

finished

MIAA member. "We hope to maintain the level

said Ray. In a n y c a s e P e t k u s ' s s e a s o n is

Athletic A s s o c i a t i o n title u n d e r The

k n e w that Jane was retiring I t h o u g h t it w o u l d be a w o n d e r f u l

w o m e n ' s team is l o o k i n g lo win its

opportunity to get involved with the

fifth title of the 9 0 s and first u n d e r first-year

Mark Piersma ('99) was medalist,

l e a g u e M V P her f r e s h m a n year.

shooting 70. W h i l e Ebels is l o o k i n g for s o m e

A l s o returning is captain, Elizab e t h Yared ( ' 9 9 ) , M e l o d y O o n k

Last fall, the m e n ' s and w o m e n ' s

f r e s h f a c e t o m a k e a p u s h for a

golf l e a m s finished s e c o n d in the

league title, Eaton will try to d o the

conference. T h i s year both are look-

s a m e with several veterans.

MIKE ZIUIDEMA editor-in-chief

ing lo m o v e up the league ladder

head

coach

Bob

Ebels.

,

coach Donna Eaton.

Strong recruiting has given Ebels c o n f i d e n c e that his t e a m will h a v e

on o f f e n s e the D u t c h m e n struggled

over because the r e c o v e r y f r o m the

of f o u r times in a 2 0 - 6 loss. "You just can't win when you turn

t h e y ' v e b e e n at, we w a n t to win the

t r e a t m e n t i n v o l v e s f o u r w e e k s of

the ball o v e r four t i m e s , " said D a n

M I A A , " E a t o n said. "We h a v e n ' t had difficulty getting not only sheer

blood thinners after the p r o c e d u r e . Being an o f f e n s i v e linemen and

W e g n e r COO). " W e need our o f f e n s e to gell and

s p o r t , " Eaton said. " J a n e d e v e l o p e d

n u m b e r s , but e x c e p t i o n a l g o l f e r s ,

one of the few r e t u r n i n g o f f e n s i v e

q u i t e a p r o g r a m , but she left m e in

and those t w o things put us at the

p l a y e r s the loss m e a n s a lack of

we will be fine," said Wormmeester. "It w a s frustrating w a t c h i n g and

top of the league. H o p e finished behind Grand Valley State University in the season

e x p e r i e n c e on the line. "It w a s not a position that we ex-

not being able to play," said Petkus. just gets better. " I ' m glad they c a u g h t it w h e n

l o w e r than s e c o n d .

" I ' m an avid g o l f e r , s o w h e n I

good hands." A i d i n g Eaton will be the return

Yet t e a m m a t e s h o p e that P e t k u s

a c o n f e r e n c e title soon. "If it i s n ' t this y e a r , i t ' s next

of E l l e n C o l e n b r a n d e r ( ' 0 0 ) . C o l e n b r a n d e r finished s e c o n d in

8.

pected to fill this y e a r , " said Justin W o r m m e e s t e r ( ' 9 9 ) . " W e lack ex-

year." Ebels said. "Last year we had

l e a g u e s c o r i n g last year and w a s

C o l e n b r a n d e r w a s the t e a m ' s low

p e r i e n c e t h e r e but we j u s t m o v e

they d i d . " said Wormmeester. "I just

a good recruiting year. N o w t h e y ' r e one y e a r m o r e m a t u r e a n d h a v e

also n a m e d an AIIAmerican for h e r

shooter with an 84. T h e w o m e n will play in an M I A A

on." W i t h o u t P e t k u s the H o p e o f f e n s e

hope he gets better." "It's different without Tony," said

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

III national c h a m p i o n s h i p s . C o l e n b r a n d e r is also a t w o - t i m e

meet at A l b i o n , today at 2 p.m. T h e

returns only three starters f r o m last

W e g n e r , " I ' m glad they c a u g h t it

m e n next play T h u r s d a y , in Olivet

because I'd like to see my kids play-

All-M IAA honoree, and w a s n a m e d

at I p.m.

y e a r ' s team. T h e t e a m starts a f r e s h m a n , S a m

level." L e a d i n g the returnees are A n d y

s e v e n t h place finish at the Division

Nietring ('01) and Mike Feyen ( ' 0 1 ) . Nietring w a s s e c o n d on (he

opener,

Tuesday,

Sept.

ing with his kids s o m e d a y . "

Congress

team in s c o r i n g and w a s n a m e d the A l l - M I A A second team. Feyen w a s

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fifth on the team in s c o r i n g and w a s medalist at the A d r i a n M I A A m e e t . A l s o r e t u r n i n g are Ben F e l l o w s ('()()). w h o w a s fourth on the t e a m in scoring. Ebels is also c o n f i d e n t

s

in r e t u r n e e s J o s h W h e e l e r COO). Mark Piersma ( ' 9 9 ) . and Eric Wohfield ('02). " W e ' v e r e c r u i t e d hard the last c o u p l e o f y e a r s , " Ebels said. " A n d I ' m excited a b o u t the fact that we

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