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D A N A LAMERS infocus e d i t o r A team of f o u r evalutors w r a p p e d

day afternoon.

p u s e v a l u a t i n g the C h a p e l p r o g r a m .

B a k k e r - G r a s will e n d h e r 12 y e a r

While here the evaluators' job was

t e r m h e r e o n O c t . 9, H o m e c o m i n g d a y .

a i m e d at l i s t e n i n g t o s t u d e n t a n d f a c -

S h e l e a v e s H o p e a s an a l u m n a , a n d

ulty o p i n i o n s a n d c o n c e r n s . T h e y will l e a v e a w r i t t e n r e p o r t , t o be d i s c u s s e d

a 12 y e a r e m p l o y e e ; c o n s i s t i n g of t w o

Anchor

y e a r s o n t h e r e s i d e n t i a l s t a f f a n d ten

B a k k e r - G r a s l e a v e s H o p e t o lake a s e n t a t i v e , w h i c h is a y e a r b o o k p u b lishing c o m p a n y . "I l e a v e p a r t l y f o r a n e w c h a l l e n g e , " s h e s a i d . "I h a v e d o n e f r e e - l a n c e d e s i g n w o r k a n d p r e s e n t i n g , a n d it will f r e e u p m o r e l i m e f o r t h a t . Til a l s o have my s u m m e r s off and m o r e lime w i t h m y k i d s . A n d I II still b e w o r k ing with h i g h school

While

SARA E LAMERS campusbeat editor Although Hope's campus may emb o d y a v a r i e t y o f c o n t r a s t i n g reli-

i s s u e s is h e a l t h y . S u c h s t u d e n t s h a v e f o r m e d an organization called Ref-

at

u g e in S p i r i t u a l E x p r e s s i o n , or R I S E ,

H o p e ,

in h o p e s o f f o s t e r i n g q u e s t i o n s a n d

Bakker-Gras such organi-

tion to b e a c c e p t e d b y the a d m i n i s -

terfralernily and Pan:Hcl-

tration a n d C a m p u s L i f e B o a r d , " s a i d A. Bakker-Gras

lenic counc i l s . the M i l e s t o n e . N y k e r k , the Pull, and Social Activities C o m m i t t e e ( S A C ) and she has w e l c o m e d to the c a m p u s t h o u s a n d s of first-year stud e n t s w h i l e h e a d i n g o r i e n t a t i o n activities. " S h e is the m o s t i m p o r t a n t r e s o u r c e a n y o r g a n i z a t i o n h a s on c a m p u s , " said Anthony Perez ('98). Perez will w o r k as a fellow emp l o y e e o f B a k k e r - G r a s a s he a l s o h a s t a k e n a j o b w i t h W a l s w o r t h a f t e r his g r a d u a t i o n f r o m H o p e this p a s t s p r i n g . " S h e is b a s i c a l l y t h e r e a s o n I w o r k in the y e a r b o o k i n d u s t r y , b e c a u s e o f t h e i m p a c t s h e h a d o n m e a s the e d i -

Eric G o o d m a n ( ' 0 0 ) , o n e of the group's founding members. A c c o r d i n g t o the t e n t a t i v e c o n s t i tution. the p u r p o s e of R I S E is t o " p r o vide both a supportive religious env i r o n m e n t a n d t o p r o m o t e an integration b e t w e e n f a i t h in G o d a n d l e a r n ing." " T h i n g s l o o k r e a l l y p o s i t i v e a n d it l o o k s like w e s h o u l d be a c c e p t e d by the C a m p u s Life Board later this w e e k . " said A m a n d a S c h n e i d e r ( ' 9 9 ) , f o u n d i n g m e m b e r . "I h a v e n ' t felt a n y t o m a k e e v e r y o n e feel w e l c o m e " M e m b e r s of the g r o u p s t r e s s e d that

S y n o d , C h a r l e s V a n E n g e n and William B r o w n s o n ; one former chaplain at H o p e C o l l e g e . P e t e r S e m e y n ; a n d the f o r m e r Vice President of Student A f f a i r s at C a l v i n C o l l e g e , J e n n y sponsibility for the chapel program

ing f a i t h s .

there.

" I t ' s h a r d f o r m e t o s e e w h y the c o l -

An open-forum, a chance for any-

l e g e w o u l d not w a r m l y e m b r a c e t h i s

o n e f r o m the H o p e C o m m u n i t y to

t y p e o f g r o u p , " s a i d Dr. D a v i d M y e r s ,

e x p r e s s t h e i r c o n c e r n s t o t h e t e a m of

p r o f e s s o r o f P s y c h o l o g y . " I t h i n k that

e v a l u a t o r s , w a s held b o t h b o t h M o n -

reflecting on h o w our personal faith

d a y a n d T u e s d a y a f t e r n o o n s . T h e fo-

i m p a c t s o u r a c a d e m i c l e r n i n g is w h a t

rum was advertised over faculty e-

the h e a r t of H o p e C o l l e g e is all a b o u t . "

mail and w a s posted on K n o w H o p e Monday morning. T h e f o r u m w a s set up to g i v e those i n d v i d u a l s a v o i c e , w h o m a y h a v e not

" C a m p u s m i n i s t r i e s is filling a n e e d

r e c e i e v e d the c h a n c e t o s p e a k t o the

that m a n y s t u d e n t s h a v e , but t h e y m a y

e v a l u a t o r s d u r i n g o n e of their m a n y

not m e e t the s p i r i t u a l n e e d s o f all stu-

scheduled m e e t i n g s on c a m p u s .

d e n t s . " s h e s a i d . " T h e r e a r e a lot o f

" O u r p u r p o s e is to find o u t w h a t

students w h o need a support struc-

n e e d s t o be d o n e t o s t r e n g t h e n the

ture."

m i n i s t r y of the C h a p l a i n ' s p r o g r a m . "

T h e g r o u p held its'second weekly

s a i d o n e o f the e v a l u a t o r s b e f o r e the

m e e t i n g o n W e d n e s d a y . S e p t . 16 at the h o m e o f Dr. M y e r s , w h o a d v i s e s the

forum. T h e f o r u m on M o n d a y w a s at-

g r o u p w i t h Dr. L y n n J a p i n g a of the

tended by a h a n d f u l of faculty and

Religion department.

very few students. T h e forum on

" T h e second m e e t i n g w e n t really

T u e s d a y f i l l e d the M a s s A u d i t o r i u m

w e l l . " S c h n e i d e r s a i d . " E r i c a n d I tried

and a m i c r o p h o n e was passed within

t o hit o n t o p i c s that h a v e b e e n p o p u -

the a u d i e n c e w h i l e s e v e r a l i n d i v i d u -

lar in t h e p a s t a n d t h a t m a y b e h a v e n ' t

als s t o o d to give their v i e w p o i n t s .

g o t t e n the a t t e n t i o n t h e y d e s e r v e . "

a n i m o s i t y , w h i c h is g r e a t . W e w a n t

T h e evaluation team consisted of t w o f o r m e r p r e s i d e n t s o f the G e n e r a l

D e J o n g , w h o h a d a d m i n i s t r a t i v e re-

c o m e a n d c o m f o r t a b l e in t h e g r o u p .

o f t r y i n g t o put t o g e t h e r a c o n s t i t u -

zations as In-

ber meeting.

receive input f r o m a variety of differ-

that s t u d e n t s o f all f a i t h s will feel w e l -

" C u r r e n t l y w e are in the p r o c e s s

b y the B o a r d o f T r u s t e e s at its O c t o -

n i z a l i o n . I n s t e a d the g r o u p h o p e s t o

S c h n e i d e r e m p h a s i z e d her h o p e s

discussion.

has advised

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

RISE s t r i v e s t o c o m b i n e spirituality and learning

m o n b e l i e f that d i s c u s s i o n o f faith

dents."

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M U L L I N G I T O V E R : Dr. Steven Bouma-Prediger of the Religion department spoke on the influence of faith on learning on RISE'S second meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 16.

gions, many students share a com-

and

c o l l e g e stu-

"I h o p e what could c o m e of (the

Approximately 30 students attended

o p e n f o r u m ) is a b e t t e r u n d e r s t a n d -

the m e e t i n g to d i s c u s s h o w f a i t h im-

i n g o f h o w the c h a p e l p r o g r a m a n d

p a c t s l e a r n i n g a n d t o h e a r Dr. S t e v e n

the e n t i r e c a m p u s c o m m u n i t y c o u l d

R I S E is n e i t h e r a n a n t i - c h a p e l g r o u p nor an exclusively "Christian" orga-

more FORUM on 7

more RISE on 2

tor of the M i l e s t o n e , " P e r e z s a i d . " S h e ' s i m p a c t e d s o m a n y s t u d e n t s at H o p e College during her time here." B a k k e r - G r a s is s e n t i m e n t a l w h e n s h e t h i n k s a b o u t no l o n g e r w o r k i n g

L e c t u r e c o m m u n i c a t e s across c u l t u r e s W. HADENAK staff r e p o r t e r

w i t h the s t u d e n t s o f H o p e C o l l e g e .

D o w Weight room condition examined Sports, p a g e 8.

e

u p t h e i r t h r e e d a y stay o n H o p e ' s c a m -

j o b as a W a l s w o r t h Publishing Repre-

Latest fashion trends examined. Spotlight, p a g e 6.

t

Anne Bakker-Gras pul the final

ties.

Local restuarants offer many dining possibilities. Intermission, p a g e 5.

p

t o u c h e s o n h e r r e s i g n a t i o n letter T u e s -

years as Director of Student Activi-

Hope bands enjoy success. In Focus, page 3,

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End of an e r a • Hope reacts as'Ann Bakker-Gras, Director of Student Activities, announces her resignation.

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"I w o u l d l i k e t o m a k e t h i s a n e w

o f 6 6 . p l a y e d a l e a d i n g r o l e in the

t r a d i t i o n at H o p e C o l l e g e , " P o y t h r e s s

1 9 6 0 s in o r g a n i z i n g the n a t i o n ' s m i -

said. A t the a d d r e s s , the w e l -

grant Farm Workers Assoh e a d o f the N a t i o n a l F a r m

c i a t i o n a n d w a s the first

" T h a t ' s w h y I l o v e m y j o b , a n d the

A d d r e s s i n g all p r e s e n t a s " t h e f u t u r e

h a r d e s t p a r t of l e a v i n g , " s a i d B a k k e r -

l e a d e r s of this n a t i o n . " L i e u t e n a n t

come

Gras. " W h e n I look around my office,

Colonel Consuelo Castillo Kickbusch

Poythress and Rev. Andy

W o r k e r s A s s o c i a t i o n , later

at the p i c t u r e s o n t h e w a l l s , a n d t h e

presented "Communicating Across

F i e r r o o f the C r o s s r o a d

the United Farm Workers.

y e a r s of s t u d e n t s I ' v e w o r k e d w i t h , I

C u l t u r e s " o n T h u r s d a y , S e p t . 17 in the

C h u r c h g a v e the o p e n i n g

realize where students have gone, and

DeWitt Center Main Theatre.

note speaker. k n o w that h e is special a n d

was

given

by

K i c k b u s c h w a s the k e y -

w h a t they have d o n e with their lives.

T h i s w a s the c o l l e g e ' s first C e s a r E.

prayer. Minerva Perez ('01) a

T h i n g s like that m a k e m e excited

C h a v e z A d d r e s s a n d w a s h e l d in c o n -

m e m b e r o f the H i s p a n i c

about what students can do because

junction with national Hispanic Heri-

Student

Organization

u n i q u e w h e n he c o m e s to

of e x t r a - c u r r i c u l a r a c t i v i t i e s . B e i n g

tage M o n t h , which runs Sept.

g a v e a b r i e f h i s t o r y o f the

one of m y lectures," she

p a r t o f that is really s p e c i a l . "

t h r o u g h O c t . 15.

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Students and faculty were saddened

D. Wesley Poythress, Director of

b y the n e w s of B a k k e r - G r a s ' r e s i g n a -

M u l t i c u l t u r a l L i f e at H o p e , s a i d that

tion.

the n e w s e r i e s is e n v i s i o n e d a s a n a n -

more RESIGNATION on 7

nual e a r l y fall e v e n t .

life o f C e s a r E . C h a v e z .

"I w a n t e a c h s t u d e n t t o

C . Kickbusch

" H i s vision of hope and c o u r a g e is a n i n s p i r a t i o n t o a l l . " P e r e z said. C h a v e z , w h o d i e d in 1993 at the a g e

s a i d . "I w a n t t o t e a c h t h e m about respect and love for

a n o t h e r . It d o e s n ' t m a t t e r w h a t o u r b a c k g r o u n d s a r e ; w e h a v e all w a l k e d more LECTURE on 7


the

C a m p u s Beat

Anchor

S e p t e m b e r 2 3 . 1998

Congress election results in C a m e r o n . Nickie B a u m a n n ; Cosm o p o l i t a n / W y k o f f , Brad H u d k i n s ; C o t t a g e s , T a w n y B r i n s o n . Phil

MEREDITH CARE staff r e p o r t e r S l u d c n l C o n g r e s s Dislricl Rcprc-

Haan.

senlalive Bleclions were held Wednesday, Sept. 16, and Thursday, Sepi. 17. T h e eleeiion w a s ihe besl o n e I

Kollen Hall. D a n i k a Van

" We sel a goal ai 3 5 % [voter turn-

Taylor E i s e n g a , Mitchell Walker;

33.49^ o f all d e g r e e - s e e k i n g stu-

Scott

dents voted. T h e District R e p r e s e n t a t i v e s are

Hall.

Kelly

Morrison;

V o o r h e e s Hall, J e f f Pangle. A r u n o f f election will be held on

as f o l l o w s : B i e d l e r / B r o w n s t o n e /

W e d . Sept. 2 3 for Lichty and Van

Bruniler/Vennema, A d a m Hudson; College East, Ivy S h e n ; C o l u m b i a / Hall.

Clark Beacom, Beek, Jessica

Coop. Ryan Stefk. Paul V a n d e r H e i d e ; P h e l p s Hall, A d a m

realistic g o a l . " 31.8% of all enrolled students and

Cook

Jyn

Z i m b e l m a n ; off campus. Carrie

out). which we thought w a s an un-

Loodecn.

Herrema,

Sarah Haines, Emily Schwartz; Gilmore Hall, Cathy Wemette;

ean r e i n c m b e r , " said D a n a M a r o l l ( ' 9 9 ) . Sludeni C o n g r e s s President.

Kraker/Oggel/Parkview,

Brad

M c N a m a r a ; D u r f e e Hall. Paul Bush; Dykstra Hall. Jessica Droste,

Vleck Halls. Matt F r e t / ( ' 9 9 ) , Vice President

Paul m o r e E L E C T I O N S on 7

Doug

W I O to hold annual march s t e p s at G i l m o r e Hall w h e r e s o m e T I F F A N Y RIPPER staff r e p o r t e r

one w a s raped inside their r o o m several y e a r s a g o . " E a c h time the p r o c e s s i o n stops,

S t u d e n t s and faculty will j o i n to-

there will already be a c a n d l e set up at the site. D i f f e r e n t s p e a k e r s

gether in the annual "Take Back the Night" m a r c h s p o n s o r e d by the W o m e n ' s Issues O r g a n i z a t i o n , in

will talk to the g r o u p at e a c h place.

h o p e s of raising a w a r e n e s s of do-

" M o s t of the p e o p l e tend to talk

m e s t i c v i o l e n c e and sexual assault

generally about the d o m e s t i c vio-

on c a m p u s . T h e p r o c e s s i o n will b e g i n in the

lence. I am going to s p e a k f r o m ex-

Pine G r o v e at 9

perience. W h e n I w a s three or f o u r years old, my m o m

p.m. on T h u r s -

and dad got into vio-

day, Sept. 24th, and will last app r o x i m a t e l y an hour. "Candles are

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lent f i g h t s , " said CristineTrinhCOO), a s t u d e n t w h o will be s p e a k i n g at the event. "I want

provided for p e o p l e to carry

p e o p l e to be a w a r e

during

tive of sexual violence. and that is do-

of a n o t h e r perspec-

the

march." said Jill

Prtfjzsti'X)

Pierson, COO), a m e m b e r of the

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m e s t i c violence.

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F E I G E R T I M E : Hope Democrats (back row left to right) Kate Sutton ('00), Marc Arnoys ('99), Marcus Brisbo ('01), Brad Hudkins ('01), (front row left to right) Carmen Rottenberg ('00), Audra Davis ('01), and Ivy Shen ('99) met with gubernatorial candidate Geoffrey Fieger and lieutenant gubernatorial candidate Jim Agee at a convention in Muskegon.

Hope listed in Best Buy CARRIE A R N O L D staff r e p o r t e r In the newly released fifth edition of Barron's

Best

Buys

in College

Education. Hope College was n a m e d a "Best Buy," r a n k i n g within

cost, and they c o n c l u d e that H o p e

board, and tuition rates of many of

is one of the best." A t a price tag of nearly $ 2 0 , 0 0 0

these 11 s c h o o l s . B e k k e r i n g said that this ranking

per year, m a n y would not c o n s i d e r

would not a f f e c t a d m i s s i o n s poli-

Hope cheap. However, when Hope's facilities, lab equipment,

cies for n e w students. " M o s t of the f a m i l i e s that look at

faculty, c a m p u s life, a c a d e m i c p r o -

H o p e are serious a b o u t education

the top 3 0 0 college institutions in the

g r a m s , a n d p l a c e m e n t r a t e s in

and they look at the overall price

nation. H o p e has m a d e this list m a n y

graduate and professional s c h o o l s

times in the past. Barron's ranks the colleges based on a qualitative system of c o m p a r i -

are c o m p a r e d to those with a similar o u t p u t . H o p e ' s sticker price is

ratio," he said. " T h e y would d o the s a m e kind of analysis and d r a w the

son. J a m e s B e k k e r i n g , Dean o f Ad-

l o w e r than that of other s c h o o l s . T h e o n l y s c h o o l in t h e G r e a t

same conclusions." H o p e s r a n k i n g in Barron's Buys in College Education

Best puis

missions, said that all the c o l l e g e s were ranked " b y outside o b j e c t i v e

Lakes Intercollegiate Association

m e a s u r e s . T h e y [Barron's]

qualities is Oberlin College in Ohio. H o p e has one of the lowest r o o m .

Military A c a d e m i e s , the C o l l e g e of

look at

the quality of H o p e a s well as the

e q u a l to H o p e in t e r m s of t h e s e

H o p e in the s a m e category as the United States Air Force, Naval, and more BEST BUY on 7

" T h e r e is a need

W o m e n ' s Issues

for p e o p l e to be

R I S E

Organization.

aware

B o u m a - P r e d i g e r of the Religion

"It's not that I ' m dissatisfied with

p e o p l e can c o m e to faith is through

" I t is a v e r y p o w e r f u l e v e n i n g with e v e r y o n e

everyone's respon-

D e p a r t m e n t give his thoughts on

the chapel p r o g r a m , but I c a m e be-

J e s u s Christ, but that is not the only

sibility t o s t o p s a y i n g ' i t ' s their

walking around

p r o b l e m ' , or

that

it

is

f r o m

I

c a u s e I w a n t an alternative t o it."

way. C o l l e g e is a time w h e n stu-

said Katie Paarlberg ( ' 0 2 ) . " A lot

d e n t s are m o v i n g out of a childish

of p e o p l e at H o p e s e e m t o h a v e

w a y of k n o w i n g into n e w w a y s of

s u e s , " he said. "I think it's healthy

very similar beliefs and d o n ' t get

to talk about faith and the integra-

t o learn a lot about other types of

knowing." D i c k i e recognizes that although

tion of learning." During the meeting, Bouma-

religions." Several faculty are interested in

m a n y students m a y feel that the issue of f e m i n i s m d o e s not apply to

Prediger raised several questions for

seeing the organization grow.

the g r o u p to c o n s i d e r and discuss, s u c h a s w h e t h e r o r n o t it is

"This group fits my life be-

them, one should consider other viewpoints. "1 think the

"unspiritual" to ask q u e s t i o n s about

cause I am a

very

person who c o n t i n u e s to

people are uncertain about

it d o e s n ' t i n v o l v e

the s u b j e c t . It is important that C h r i s t i a n s in-

candles." T h e m a r c h is i n t e n d e d to raise

m e . ' " T r i n h said. Trinh h o p e s that the m a r c h will

c o r p o r a t e faith into s c h o l a r l y is-

a w a r e n e s s of violence. " A s we march around c a m p u s we

e x p r e s s to students that sexual assault and v i o l e n c e c a n o c c u r on

stop at sites w h e r e sexual assault

campus. "I w a n t to h e l p m a k e the c a m pus safe for e v e r y o n e . " Trinh said.

campus

with

has h a p p e n e d in the past." Pierson said. " F o r e x a m p l e , we s t o p on the

L E C T U R E

f r o m

I

o n e ' s faith and if relating matters o f

similar p a t h s in life." K i c k b u s c h u s e d s t o r i e s of h e r

' that they could a c c o m p l i s h any-

faith to a c a d e m i c w o r k c o u l d be

t h i n g if they " b e l i e v e d in t h e m -

c h i l d h o o d in a b a r r i o in L a r e d o , Tex, one of ten c h i l d r e n , as a tool

selves." Kara S p a m a n ("02) attended the

considered "unprofessional." " Q u e s t i o n i n g G o d is not a sign of

to e m p h a s i z e h e r m e s s a g e of re-

lecture with the m e m b e r s of her

spect and h o n o r for o n e s el f and for

first y e a r s e m i n a r class. "I t h o u g h t K i c k b u s c h ' s speech

others. " R e s p e c t c o m e s first f r o m the in-

w a s good. She taught us a b o u t re-

side and b e g i n s t o n i g h t , " she said.

specting e v e r y o n e e l s e ' s positions

•"We all belong to ' o n e nation under God. indivisible with liberty and

and p e r s p e c t i v e s , " she said. "I realized that I have it pretty g o o d in

justice for all.' We need to r e m e m -

life c o m p a r e d to others. Her speech

ber that." Kickbusch also told stories of her

s h o w e d m e all of the things that I take for g r a n t e d , especially when she w a s talking a b o u t h e r father

impiety." he said. " T h i s is natural b e c a u s e a l m o s t e v e r y religion g o e s

grow

in

faith," said Dr. Kristen Gray of the psychol-

beyond scientific d e f i n i t i o n s of

ogy and coun-

w h a t is rational " At the c l o s e of the d i s c u s s i o n . Bouma-Prediger offered sugges-

seling departments. " W e ' r e

tions as to h o w faith and learning

part of the disc u s s i o n . not to

can be integrated. " T h i n k a b o u t your chosen vocation in terms of calling, asking yourself what G o d w a n t s you to d o . " he

You h a v e t o b e willing t o s t r e t c h your own boundaries before t h e b o u n d a r i e s of o t h e r s can b e stretched.

my

all there to be

— A m a n d a Schneider ('99)

RISE founder

c l a i m that we

reason

t h i n g s is t h e same reason they

should

learn more about them," she said. B e n Patterson, Dean

of the

Chapel,

de-

clined to com-

h a v e the an-

ment specifi-

swers." T h e next m e e t i n g will be held on

cally on R I S E but did share s o m e thoughts on gen-

Wednesday, Sept. 2 3 at 7 : 3 0 at Dr. M y e r s ' h o m e . 109 W. 12th Street.

eral discussion of faith. "I support the discussion of faith

w o r k i n g in the fields for only $ 1 0 a day. It really m a k e s m e appreci-

said. " U l t i m a t e l y your faith will influence what you c h o o s e to study." S t u d e n t s a t t e n d i n g the m e e t i n g

ate all that I h a v e . " D. Wesley Poythress, Director of

c a m e for a variety of reasons. "I f o u n d the discussion interest-

T h e topic will be " F e m i n i s m and C h r i s t i a n i t y " and Dr. J a n e Dickie,

issues," he said. S c h n e i d e r shared her desire to in-

m o r e , " she said. In closing, K i c k b u s c h invited all

Multicultural Life, felt the recognition given to C h a v e z w a s long

ing and it w a s a great opportunity to look at faith f r o m a d i f f e r e n t per-

Director of W o m e n ' s S t u d i e s , will

those to the s t a g e w h o said t h e y ' d like to follow in h e r footsteps one

overdue. " W e have a s i g n i f i c a n t n u m b e r

s p e c t i v e . " said Eric S h a e f f e r ( ' 0 1 ) .

be the speaker. " M y talk will be rather autobio-

crease a w a r e n e s s of other faiths. "It is right to e x p l o r e and ques-

"It w a s more of an intellectual look

graphical b e c a u s e I will d i s c u s s the

tion what you b e l i e v e in because that is what you are going to stand

day. S h e g a v e e a c h o n e w h o c a m e

of H i s p a n i c s in this c o m m u n i t y . "

ways in which my relationship with

o n , " S c h n e i d e r said. 'You have to

forward a m e d a l and a s k e d the f o u r

he said. " W h e n you look at what C h a v e z accompl ished, it crosses all

at faith than I had gotten b e f o r e . " Other students came seeking

God

more information about religions

t h r o u g h m y i d e n t i f i c a t i o n as a w o m a n , " she said. " O n e w a y that

be w i l l i n g to stretch y o u r own boundaries before the boundaries of

father working in labor c a m p s in the fields to e m p h a s i z e the i m p o r t a n c e of gelling a g o o d e d u c a t i o n . "Never accept what someone thinks y o u ' r e worth. Strive for

of them to use it as a s y m b o l to remind t h e m s e l v e s of the lecture and

cultural barriers."

that d i f f e r f r o m their own.

became

more

important

others can be stretched."


S e p t e m b e r 23.

the Anchor

1998

I n

F o c u s

H o p e serves as j u m p start for local bands lived in Latvia but now resides in G r a n d R a p i d s . L a t v i a lies on the

J E N N I F E R JAMES staff r e p o r t e r L a b o r Day. E a r l h Day. s c h o o l

b o r d e r s of Russia. " S h e w a s l o o k i n g to bring over

picnics, siudeni g a t h e r i n g ^ and ac-

b a n d s to play in secular settings and

livilics in the Kiel/, all g i v e opporlunilies for b a n d s . O n and o f f - c a m pus, ihese e v e n t s p r o v i d e a p l a c e lo

s o m e s c h o o l s " L a p p i n g s said. T h e reason for m a k i n g the trip

display v a r i o u s musical lalenls. One ol i h o s e b a n d s (hal h a s b e e n

normally listen to Christian m u s i c , " Lappinga said. "Our

w a s , "basically to lake our m u s i c and our faith and do a mission trip,"

music isn't our ministry. our lives are

S c h i c k e r said.

our "It

all over c a m -

was

minis-

1 r

y' "

Schicker

pus is paisley dAve. The

m o r e of a service thing than

band c o n s i s t s

an e n t e r t a i n -

said. paisley

of f o u r m e m bers: Ben

ment thing," Patterson said,

d A v e has rec e n t 1 y

L a pp ing a ('99). Dan

"although

p l a y e d at a

felt like a tour

number

of

P a 11 e r s o n ('99), Josh

at times." The band

W G R (97.9),

D a

it

Schicker ( ' 9 8 ) , and Mall Youngberg

w a s in Latvia for ten days. In addi-

Grand

('98). A band relalively new lo ihe

tion to its m a n y c o n c e r t s they rec o r d e d a t e l e v i s i o n p r o g r a m that

ids a l t e r n a - L I V E I M L A T V I A : paisley dAve took their talents halfway around the live s t a t i o n , world this summer. Watch around campus for information on where to see them back

H o p e scene is Mr. Levi. O n e of ils m e m b e r s . A m y Hall ( ' 9 8 ) g r a d u -

was aired for 9 million Russian viewers. T h e y also p e r f o r m e d in a

s p o n s o r e d here in the states. events.

ated last year. M a l l Scotl( , 02) > the

c o m m u n i s t building.

d r u m m e r , b e g a n h i s first y e a r at H o p e and the three other m e m b e r s d o not attend H o p e . Besides p l a y i n g around the H o p e community, paisley dAve has

paisely dAve looks forward to m o r e o u t r e a c h in the future. " M i s s i o n w o r k will b e c o m e an important thing a b o u t w h o w e are,"

played i n H o l l a n d ' s area, i n c l u d i n g

L a p p i n g a said. T h o u g h the four m e n are Chris-

local bars, o p e n i n g for other bands,

tians, the band chooses to be labeled

and even a recent trip to L a t v i a . T h e b a n d w a s a s k e d to t r a v e l

as secular. "(A Christian label) lends to separate us from those w h o w o u l d not

there by a m i s s i o n a r y w h o o n c e

Concert Review by Carrie A r n o l d It w a s just a girl, her guitar, and her God. A n d w h a t a night it was.

try to c o m m u n i c a t e , having an honesty with G o d , because that's what

On Friday, Sept. I I , 1998, H o p e

He want s ," K n a p p said. "To be able to share your heart honestly and to

College was privileged to host Christian artist J e n n i f e r K n a p p for

e n c o u r a g e others, lo be honest is

a concert to benefit the O n e S t e p A w a y c o m m u n i t y food d r i v e . It

really what it's all a b o u t for me. Even t hough we are Christians, we

w a s held in D i m n e n t M e m o r i a l C h a p e l , with a soldout a u d i e n c e of UK) people.

need g r a c e . " S h e e m p h a s i z e d this aspect of Christian m u s i c t h r o u g h the many

H o p e ' s very o w n Director of

stories of her trials and tribulations

W o r s h i p D w i g h t Beal o p e n e d the concert with his band, Grooters and

that she faced on h e r j o u r n e y as a C h r i s t i a n . T h e s e h e a r t f e l t tales

Seal. "(I felt] intimidated. I have s uch

w e r e not only mirrored in h e r m u -

respect for h e r m u s i c , it w a s an

sic, but they w e r e also reflective of any y o u n g believer's journey. T h e y

l o n o r , " Beal said. Grooters and Beal played s o m e

g a v e e v e r y a u d i e n c e m e m b e r the

traditional H o p e f a v o r i t e s , a l o n g

a l t h o u g h the j o u r n e y is tough, it is

with s o m e original s o n g s .

w o r t h it.

music

Their

feeling that they w e r e n ' t alone; that

K n a p p s p o k e ot "living with integ-

and

voices were

rity," that what a per-

filled with w o r s h i p and

son does when no one is w a t c h i n g says

Draise, a con-

more about his or her

cert in and of itself. T h e y also

c h a r a c t e r than what he or she d o e s w h e n

man-

e v e r y o n e is.

aged lo provide the perfect b a c k drop for Jennifer Knapp.

J.Knapp

"It m a d e h e r seem m o r e h u m a n "by giving her testimony,' said C a t h y Rob;u

wishing the Christian music industry w o u l d c o m e out with an artist

she s t r u m m e d her guitar, her voice

that I c o u l d identify with, not only

b r o u g h t g l o r y to G o d . W h i l e the songs were n o t h i n g short of spec-

emotionally, but also spiritually, w a s so e n c o u r a g e d by her concert

tacular, her stories r e m i n d e d us lhat she was not up on stage for herself,

b e c a u s e s h e ' s all lhat." said Katie

d o n ' t f o r g e t l h a t w e still n e e d |God...So. that's one of the things I

photo c o u r t e s y of paisley dAve

band," Scott said. "(The ministry) is the c e n t e r of

berries, or Pearl J a m . " W e d o not s o u n d like any of

r a d i o stations " said Youngberg.

w h o we are," he said.

T h e band did release its first fulll e n g t h C D , Standing, last s p r i n g

"To m a k e m u s i c while r e c o g n i z ing G o d is very f u l f i l l i n g , " Hall

t h e m individually," he said. " B u t if you mix them all together you'll get

w h i c h has sold over 3 0 0 c o p i e s .

said. "It is s o m e t h i n g I w a n t to d o

" W e are very happy with the alb u m we h a v e n o w , " L a p p i n g a said.

for the rest of my life." Mr. Levi released their first C D ,

"It w a s our first real time in the stu-

Bigger than Beanie Babies this past

d i o " a d d e d Youngberg.

s u m m e r and are presently w o r k i n g

"We've been getting a lot of support from

W h i l e the m e m bers of paisley dAve

s o m e t h i n g similar to o u r style." T h e C D s for both paisley dAve and Mr. Levi are available at Holland C D . Mr. L e v i ' s is also availabl e at J a c o b ' s Ladder, S a m G o o d y , and B a k e r Book H o u s e . Missed on

a r e n o w into t h e i r

c a m p u s this year will be Q u b e and

senior years at Hope, they would

Marzuki. Both well-known

like t o stay localized

bands on H o p e ' s

and work on things

campus

after graduation. T h e m e m b e r s of

d i s b a n d e d as the members have

the b a n d h a v e e n -

g o n e their sepa-

j o y e d their years at

rate w a y s . John Reed ('01), who

Hope. "We really a p p r e ciate the support we

played guitar with Q u b e for a

get f r o m H o p e students,"

Schicker

said.

Mr. Levi is not as w e l l k n o w n in t h e Hope community.

have

Anchor

photo c o u r t e s y of Mr. Levi

S X O N E W A S H E D : Mr. Levi released their first album, "Bigger than Beanie Babies", this summer and is working on its second.

semester, is presently w o r k ing o n starting another band. They

are

"For a long time. I have been

Gipson('02). " S h e ' s a great e x a m p l e of s o m e one w h o u s e s the arts with excel lencc in a way lhat reflects the ex cellence of G o d . " Beal said. And reflect it she did.

in

need o f a b a s s player. A n y o n e interested in audi-

T h e band began to f o r m about four years ago. "We just kinda played around

on a second album. " W e are satisfied

the

tioning can call John. H e has also

with stuff for t w o years," Scott said.

project," Scott said. "It captures a broad range of our overall style."

r e c o r d e d a s o l o project and is presently selling c a s s e t t e s in his d o r m

T h e y h a v e played at local youth g r o u p s and Youth for Christ, a service organization in Holland. " W e are o p e n to p l a y i n g a n y w h e r e , " Hall noted. Mr. L e v i is a " m i n i s t r y - b a s e d

with

" ( O u r first a l b u m ) was a fun al-

( C o s m o 308, x6765).

bum, w h e r e a s our second is a m o r e thoughtful project," Hall said.

" T h e y ' r e $2.00, just to c o v e r the c o s t of t h e c a s s e t t e . " R e e d said.

Scott described the style of the

" A n d they have a m o n e y back guar-

band as a mix of Nirvana, the Cran-

antee."

Knickerbocker W i n rsi i . r B i- s I < > K V < > M I N I I I s I I VA I

t

P

i c :

r

u

r e

(02).

K na p p' s appearance brought the crowd lo its feel. Her presence d r e w e v e r y o n e ' s attention for the entire e v e n i n g . As

but rather for God. "In my ministry for the church, it's s o i m p o r t a n t lo m e that we

Anchor

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^Anchor

Opinion

o u r voice.

S e p t e m b e r 2.3, 1998

y o u r voice.

A n Issue of Equality H u m a n k i n d has long been slow lo c h a n g e , and that

GUEST COLUMN

description can usually-be associated with H o p e College.

Christine Trinh

R a c e and religion h a v e long been d e b a t e d and arc o n c e a g a i n t h e h o t t o p i c s o n c a m p u s . L o s t i n t h e s h u f f l e is a n o t h e r i t e m in w h i c h t h e c o l l e g e a n d t h e w o r l d h a v e been slow to c h a n g e : gender. A n o t h e r year has b e e n ticked off the calendar, a n d while c h a n g e is c o n s t a n t , n o t m u c h h a s r e a l l y b e e n a l t e r e d . Women

a r e still b e a t e n , w o m e n

W I O helps "Take Back the N i g h t , ,

a r e still r a p e d , a n d

Hello f r o m the W o m e n ' s Is-

tant and our intention is lo e n s u r e

w o m e n a r e still b e i n g v i e w e d as t h e o p p o s i t i o n to m e n .

sues Organization! First off, w e ' d like lo lhank the Anchor for

lhal e a c h of those w o m e n has the rights she is entitled lo. It's vital to

a l l o w i n g us the opporlunily for

r e m e m b e r these inequalities are nol just a " w o m a n ' s problem"; bolh

on o u r c a m p u s .

men and w o m e n h a v e c o n t r i b u t e d

T h e a n n u a l " T a k e B a c k the N i g h t M a r c h " will be held on Thursday. Sept. 24. T h e m a r c h serves as a protest

realily l h a l sexual assaull isn't s o m e t h i n g that h a p p e n s elsewhere; it's a problem lhal o c c u r s We h a v e a variety of activities

against violence, but m a y only serve as a r e m i n d e r of

free publicity. T h e W o m e n ' s Issues Organi-

how

far society n e e d s to c o m e . N o m a t t e r h o w m a n y

zation has been one of the m o s t

lo the p r o b l e m and both need l o be

p l a n n e d for ihe 1 9 9 8 - 9 9 a c a d e m i c year and we encourage the

statistics appear, h o w m a n y testimonials w e hear, h o w

m i s u n d e r s t o o d o r g a n i z a t i o n s on

m a n y m e n w e arrest, w o m e n fighting for their natural-

c a m p u s in recent years. A c o m m o n m i s p e r c e p t i o n is the idea

a part of t h e s o l u t i o n . We a r e a g r o u p that a i m s lo bring a w a r e n e s s

s t u d e n t b o d y t o gel i n v o l v e d . WIO meets every Thursday

of and h o p e for issues lhal c o n c e r n

e v e n i n g at 5 : 3 0 p . m . in t h e

not only w o m e n , but the c o m m u -

P h e l p s E a s t L o u n g e . K e e p in

nily as a w h o l e . O n e of the biggest issues facing c o m m u n i t i e s , and particularly

m i n d lhal this y e a r ' s Critical Is-

born rights will be labeled as o n e thing: a f e m i n a z i . Or a male-basher. Or even a radical. The

perception

at

Hope

is t h a t W o m e n ' s

that w e c o m e t o g e t h e r for an hour every T h u r s d a y e v e n i n g to

Issues

gel in o u r w e e k ' s a l l o w a n c e of

O r g a n i z a t i o n is a d o z e n o r s o f e m a l e s s i t t i n g a r o u n d

m a l e - b a s h i n g . W h e n m o s t stu-

c o n j u r i n g w a y s t o b r i n g m e n d o w n . B u t in t h i s w e e k ' s guest column. W I O

d e b u n k s that myth. T h e s e issues

need both females and males for s o m e advancement. But for a d v a n c e m e n t to h a p p e n , the issue needs to be addressed. N o t b r u s h e d a w a y , as is often the case.

d e n t s hear " W I O " they see vis i o n s of b r a - b u r n i n g a n d m e n -

w o m e n , is violence. W I O organizes

" F a i t h and F e m i n i s m " and be w a t c h i n g for u p c o m i n g e v e n l s

the annual " T a k e B a c k ihe N i g h t , "

s p o n s o r e d b y the W o m e n ' s Is-

hating f e m a l e radicals. In realily, W I O is a student or-

which is a protest against violence

sues Organization.

and will b e held this year on T h u r s day, Sept. 2 4 in the Pine G r o v e at 9

This semester the A n c h o r will feature guest columns from dif-

p.m. We will have a candlelight pro-

ferent stiulent organizations. Any student organization that wishes

ganization o p e n to both m e n and w o m e n . O u r g o a l is t o r a i s e

Last spring the "Clothesline of Intolerance" attracted

a w a r e n e s s a b o u t the inequalities

a t t e n t i o n in t h e P i n e G r o v e . T h e a t t r a c t i o n a t t e m p t e d t o

that exist b e t w e e n w o m e n a n d men. On a c a m p u s d o m i n a t e d by

give some

v i s i b i l i t y to the i n j u s t i c e s at t h e c o l l e g e .

I n s t e a d 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 a t t e m p t e d t o h i d e it a n d d o w n p l a y its s i g n i f i c a n c e a n d m e s s a g e . E x a c t l y w h a t is w a s n ' t m e a n t t o d o . T h e p r o b l e m at H o p e is s e v e r e l a c k o f a t t e n t i o n a n d discussion. W h i l e issues of race and religion are valid

w o m e n , this is especially impor-

Senior questions

cession around c a m p u s , s t o p p i n g at sites where sexual assaults have b r i n g h o m e to H o p e s t u d e n t s the

A NCH OR @ hope. edu.

college*s policy on drinking

d e n t s , the s t u d e n t s a r e r e s p e c t i n g

Allow m e to c o m m e n c e by slat-

lives with the p a r e n t s and r e c e i v e s an M I P ? D o e s H o p e see fit to pun-

is o n e t h a t s h o u l d n o t b e l e f t at t h e c u r b .

have e n j o y e d m y lime h e r e and am i m m e n s e l y grateful for ihe e d u c a -

its w a y

a r o u n d c a m p u s , students should realize that

a s s a u l t is a l i v e at H o p e . S t u d e n t s s h o u l d a l s o r e a l i z e that the inequalities that exist b e t w e e n m e n and w o m e n h e l p create this violence.

P e r h a p s students should just be-

c h a s t i s e m e n t ? W h a t about the

article regarding d r i n k i n g and the

speeding tickets I routinely receive?

a n y w a y , they m i g h t a s well slay on

c o l l e g e policies, I have n e v e r been

T h a t is c o n s i d e r e d by the City of

c a m p u s and not have to pay the fine.

m o r e incensed and disgusted with

H o l l a n d to be b r e a k i n g the law.

T h e goal of a liberal arts e d u c a -

ihe administration at H o p e than I

W o u l d H o p e like lo g i v e m e fifteen

tion is to h a v e students think criti-

a m at this m o m e n t . I respeel the s c h o o l ' s policies as far as o n - c a m p u s b e h a v i o r is con-

hours of c o m m u n i t y service for violating this city c o d e ? It is absolutely

cally for t h e m s e l v e s . W i t h H o p e acting as " B i g Brother," they are

ridiculous that H o p e is a t t e m p t i n g

c e r n e d , but I a m a s t o u n d e d that

to go ver n the o f f - c a m p u s b e h a v i o r of its students. I d o not k n o w a b o u t

stripping the s t u d e n t s of this privilege and d e m e a n i n g t h e m as adults.

tion the f a c u l t y h a s p r o v i d e d m e with. H o w e v e r , a f t e r r e a d i n g the

the gall, to punish students for offc a m p u s behavior. If a student re-

the rest of the c o l l e g e c o m m u n i t y ,

ceives an MIP, the legal authorities

but to m e the fact lhat H o p e is exercising this authority o v e r students

Michael

Zuidema

are p u n i s h i n g t h e m . W h e r e is the

production editor

Amanda

Black

legal siatute granting H o p e the right to punish a person for b e h a v i o r lhal

O r w e l l ' s 1984. By venturing o f f - c a m p u s to par-

o c c u r s o u t s i d e ihe c a m p u s p e r i m -

t i c i p a t e in a c t i v i t i e s t h e c o l l e g e

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Andrew Dana

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Johnathan Sally Stacey

business m g r . / a d r e p

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distribution mgr.

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Tim Boudreau

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staff c a r t o o n Matt Cook

staff r e p o r t e r s Carrie Arnold Whitney

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Hadanek

• Jennifer

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James • Craig Kopas • Tiffany Ripper Chris Winkler

M I P ' s and simply worry about what g o e s on on c a m p u s .

C o u r t n e y Dippel ('99)

a d j u s t m e n t s bul otherwise retaining its original character, would have

T h o u g h I find lhal the q u o t e s at-

vising editor, he indicated lhat such a practice is a c o m m o n o c c u r r e n c e

tributed lo m e in the article " V i e n n a experience provides g r o w t h " (Sept.

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p e n n i s s i o n lo reprint any part of my s u b m i t t e d e s s a y in a n y c o n t e x t d e e m e d a p p r o p r i a t e by the Anchor

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gel a grip on reality and let students deal with the c o n s e q u e n c e s of

In speaking lo the w r i t e r ' s super-

nol given in. In fact, I find the conCare • Julie Green •

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o f f - c a m p u s behavior, the a d m i n i s -

H o p e w h o are the recipients of such

is e e r i l y r e m i n i s c e n t o f G e o r g e

c a m p u sb e a t e d i t o r

the policies of college. B u t when H o p e begins p u n i s h i n g students for

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H o p e has ihe authority, m u c h less

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punishment

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t h o s e u n l u c k y s l u d e n l s w h o are forced t o live on c a m p u s for the du-

be cut-off f r o m the outside world. As the m a r c h m a k e s

or

d e e m s u n b e c o m i n g to H o p e stu-

ish this person as w e l l ? O r is it only

H o p e can often turn into a bubble, w h e r e students can

should

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A s the c a n d l e l i g h t p r o c e s s i o n m a k e s its w a y a r o u n d

s u e s S y m p o s i u m f o c u s e s on

q u o t e s w e r e taken without my express p e r m i s s i o n

a c c o m p a n i e d s u b m i s s i o n of the essay. I find this policy d a n g e r o u s for and injurious lo the integrity of jour-

been published as was. Understanding lhal the Anchor is selective of w h a t it p u b l i s h e s . I can understand the decision lhal w a s m a d e nol lo print my essay in ils entirety bul lhal q u o t e s w e r e misused and lhal my e x p e r i e n c e in ihe Vienna S u m m e r School a s depicted in " V i e n n a experience. .

is s uch a gross mis-

representation of the e x p e r i e n c e s I w a s trying lo share in my original essay and are a b u s e s I find intolerable.

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Local restaurants cook up dining options SXACEY S L A D ad rep/business m g r .

S t u d e n t s in s e a r c h o f t a s t y f o o d and lively a t m o s p h e r e h a v e several options within walking distance f r o m c a m p u s a v a i l a b l e to t h e m . N e w to the Holland area, located a c r o s s f r o m t h e O u t p o s t , is K i l w i n s featuring chocolates, candies and ice creams. C h a n g e s a r c still t a k i n g p l a c e in the store that o p e n e d o v e r the sum-v m e n F u d g e will b e g i n to b e m a d e in t w o w e e k s , a n d h o t c h o c o l a t e will b e f e a t u r e d in t h e w i n t e r . According to co-owner Barb Burmeister, "It will b e p e r f e c t f o r a f t e r the f o o t b a l l g a m e s . " Burmeister also stated that there will b e p l e n t y o f i n s i d e s e a t i n g d u r ing the c o m i n g w i n t e r m o n t h s . K i l w i n s will b e g i n m a k i n g t h e i r o w n caramel c o m w h i c h will be served fresh and w a r m . Pumpkin f l a v o r e d i c e c r e a m is a l s o o n its Anchor

way. L o c a t e d a l o n g t h e w a l l is a l a r g e selection of Jelly Belly j e l l y beans.

p\r\oXo by J o h n a t h a n Muenk

Y O Q U I E R O R O S I T A ' S I An alternative to fast-food Mexican cuisine, Rosita's offers authentic dishes, right down to the salsa. To experience Rosita's stop in or place a pick-up order.

and homemade

N e w f l a v o r s o f jelly b e a n s will also be i m p l e m e n t e d f o r fall a n d winter. B u r m e i s t e r h o p e s to attract t h e college c r o w d and will be offering 10% off for Hope students on Wednesdays. She hopes students will look f o r w a r d to t h e s e W e d n e s -

have many different sandwiches,

Zeeland, and Grand Rapids. T h e family-owned restaurant fea-

such as the turkey club.

S o m e of the m o s t p o p u l a r i t e m s

smallest sundae for only $0.30.

include the T o m a t o Basil s o u p a n d

T h e y also are currently featuring a

the R e u b e n sandwich.

chocolate-dipped cheesecake.

tures everything from American

W h a t m a y set t h e m apart f r o m

f o o d to t a c o s , t o s t a d a s , b u r r i t o s ,

other e s t a b l i s h m e n t s . a c c o r d i n g to

B u t c h ' s also offers a night time

P i e t r o ' s is a n o t h e r c a s u a l I t a l i a n

P a t r i c k A n d e r s o n is t h a t / ' O u r staff

atmosphere often with occasional

r e s t a u r a n t l o c a t e d at 1 7 5 E . 8lh St.

is v e r y o u t g o i n g , f r i e n d l y , a n d w e

live j a z z music. Since they d o serve

U n i q u e t o P i e t r o ' s is i t s w o o d

m a k e our o w n beer."

a l c o h o l , m i n o r s a r e n o t a l l o w e d in

fired pizzas. T h e y are reasonably

chalupas, fajitas,and enchiladas. A l l o f t h e M e x i c a n f o o d is a u -

d a y s and will help t h e m finish the

thentic and h o m e m a d e , and noth-

week.

ing c o m e s f r o m a can.

T h e n e w c r a z e of swing d a n c i n g

a f t e r 1 0 : 0 0 p . m . B u t c h ' s is c u r r e n t l y

priced and have many different

Rosita's also features an all-you-

can also be f o u n d here. On Satur-

developing Hope College specials.

c o m b i n a t i o n s of t o p p i n g s to c h o o s e

can-eat platter including tacos, en-

d a y nights, the d e e j a y will start

84 East Pasta has been located

chiladas, tostadas, chalupas, and

p l a y i n g at a b o u t 6 : 3 0 p . m . A t 1 0 : 0 0

next to the Knickerbocker for the

O n e of their m o s t popular entrees

Burmeister describes Holland Mud

r i c e a n d b e a n s . T h i s p l a t t e r is r e a -

p.m. m i n o r s and nondrinkers will

past f i v e years. T h e y feature i.iany

is t h e F e t t u c c i n e M i c h a e l w h i c h

as "vanilla ice c r e a m , c a r a m e l and

s o n a b l y p r i c e d at $ 5 . 6 9 f o r l u n c h

b e let i n t o the half of t h e r o o m

different t y p e s of Italian food.

consists

and $6.69 for dinner.

w h e r e a l c o h o l is n o t s e r v e d .

K i l w i n s has o v e r 3 2 f l a v o r s of h o m e m a d e ice cream. Holland M u d is

the

most

popular

flavor.

an e x p l o s i o n of tiny c h o c o l a t e chips." Along with their coffee, c o n s u m -

D a n Castillo, o w n e r of Rosita's, encourages families and H o p e stu-

T h e i r b e s t s e l l e r is t h e U i x e d o

from.

of

spinach

and

egg

fettuccine noodles, chicken, and

It w a s s p l i t u p at t h e s u g g e s t i o n

c h i c k e n which consists of b o w t i e

of H o p e C o l l e g e ' s A l c o h o l Issues

p a s t a a n d c h i c k e n in a n a l f r e d o

m u s h r o o m s in a n a l f r e d o s a u c e . Also popular are the samplers, so that c o n s u m e r s can c h o o s e m a n y

ers can c h o o s e an ice c r e a m fla-

d e n t s . R o s i t a ' s is a s m o k e f r e e , a n d

Matter. T h i s also gives the restau-

sauce. Other chicken entrees are

v o r e d b a l l t o b e a d d e d at n o c o s t .

offers a Christian atmosphere by

rant t w o types of a t m o s p h e r e s .

very popular, including the Santa F e

d i f f e r e n t i t e m s a n d t r y t h e m all o n

chicken pizza and the chicken

o n e plate.

K i l w i n s is c u r r e n t l y d e v e l o p i n g

B e g i n n i n g in O c t o b e r , M o n d a y

playing Christian music. M a n y of the c u s t o m e r s are regu-

nights will give people the oppor-

man" and suggestions are being

l a r s w h o h a v e b e e n e a t i n g at o n e o f

tunity to learn h o w to s w i n g d a n c e .

a c c e p t e d a s t o w h a t it s h o u l d i n -

the m a n y Rosita's restaurants for

F o r $ 2 0 . 0 0 , o n e will receive dinner

years.

and a swing dance lesson.

a drink entitled ' T h e Flying Dutch-

clude.

p a r m e s a n salad. Their entrees prices run f r o m $5.95-$ 13.00 for a special. M a n a g e r Kris Foster feels o n e of t h e r e s t a u r a n t s a s s e t s is its g e n e r -

Pietro's finds that their biggest c r o w d s are w h e n there are H o p e events such as football games and parents weekend. Many

Hope students choose

O n e of the m o s t u n i q u e restau-

B u t c h ' s Dry D o c k , located at 4 4

f o o d , t h e r e is n o w R o s i t a s # 5 lo-

r a n t s w h i c h o p e n e d o n J u n e 1 is t h e

E 8th St. o f f e r s a n o n - s m o k i n g r e -

cated at the c o m e r of Central Av-

Backstreet Brew, Pub, and Restau-

l a x e d a t m o s p h e r e . T h e i r m e n u in-

"You d o n ' t leave hungry," he

t o 10 p . m . w h e n f o r $ 4 . 9 5 , s t u d e n t s

e n u e and 9th Street.

r a n t , l o c a t e d at 1 3 W . 7 t h S t . b e -

cludes many different soups and

can receive a wood-fired pizza and

tween Central and River Avenues.

sandwiches.

said. 84 East also features the w o r l d ' s

For those w h o enjoy Mexican

It o f f e r s a c a s u a l d i n i n g r o o m atmosphere or take-out service.

from

the most

popular

p l a n k e d w h i t e f i s h to t h e b u i l d -

Other locations include Wayland,

y o u r - o w n stir fry bar. T h e y a l s o

N o w open!

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W e d n e s d a y

If o r H o p e s t u d e n t s ' _jAathI;D._

I

HollaiKr:

Backstreet Brew, Pub, and Restaurant: Located at 13 W. 7th, between Central and River. Featuring a wide variety of food.in-house beer, and swing-dancing. Restaurant and entertainment designed to accomodate drinkers and non-drinkers. Kilwin's: Located at 24 E.8th Street. 10a.m. to 10p.m. Featuring chocolates and ice cream and more, outside and inside seating available.

nac

|

Feeding Frenzy Flew to

Kilufins e v e t y

a drink.

cedar

w i t h i t ' s f i r s t l o c a t i o n in S p a r t a ,

i_ 10% o f f

Pietro's on M o n d a y nights from 4

It f e a t u r e s a w i d e v a r i e t y o f f o o d s

R o s i t a ' s w a s e s t a b l i s h e d in 1 9 9 0

\

ous portions.

\ 10 a . m . - 1 0 p . m . 2 4 East 8 t h Street D o w n t o w n across from the Outpost

Rosita's #5: Located at the corner of Central Ave. and 9th St. A family atmosphere and take-out service featuring authenitic Mexican entrees and All-you-caneat specials at lunch and dinner.


rAf Anchor

Spotlight

SOCIOPATHIC LEANINGS! Andrew Lolz.

S e p t e m b e r 23, 1998

H o p e - G e n e v a is hip-hop JULIE G R E E N staff r e p o r t e r

T h e f a s h i o n o f the H o p e - G e n e v a

Civil Disobedience

B o o k s t o r e is a m a t t e r o f c o n t r o v e r s y - s o m e l i k e il, o t h e r s d o n ' t .

Public Safety incident reports

Whether Hope College clothes are

disappearance lo the cold

t h r o w s a n d r u n s w i t h it. l i k e the

c o n s i d e r e d to be c o o l o r n o l . m o s t

b r e e z e s a n d c o l o r e d l e a v e s o f fall

following example.

p e o p l e agree that they are g o o d

In a b a d m o o d ? Is s u m m e r ' s

leaving you depressed? Can you

" S a t u r d a y . S e p t e m b e r 11.

feel lhai firsl winter c o l d or flu

1998. 10:50 p . m . - A green

creeping up on you. even though

Sorrento 21-speed bike was

you have w a y loo m u c h h o m e -

f o u n d u n l o c k e d by a light p o l e

a lot o f s t u f f , " s a i d C h r i s t y P r a t t

w o r k lo be sick ? A s the w e a t h e r

n e a r 100 E a s t 8 t h S t r e e t . T h e

('99).

w o r s e n s , are y o u l o s i n g y o u r

b i k e w a s t a k e n l o the P u b l i c

F o l k e r t s ( ' 9 9 ) h a v e f o u n d a lot o f

s i g h t of t h o s e c h e e r y s p r i n g

Safely o f f i c e by officers."

i m p r o v e m e n t of the c l o t h e s o v e r the

m o r n i n g s that m a d e y o u f e e l

D i d P u b l i c S a f e t y j u s t steal a

p r o v e d o v e r ihe y e a r s . "Usually w e c o m e and d o n ' t find Pratt and

friend Vickie

years. "It u s e d lo b e r e a l l y c h e e s y , "

truly a l i v e ? T h e r e is r e l i e f . W h i l e it m a y

bike? To prevent theft. Public

n o l k e e p y o u h e a l t h y , it is a

f o u n d o n 8ih S t r e e t . W h a t if it

Folkerts said. "Its g o t t e n a lol b e l t e r , " Pratt said,

g u a r a n t e e d w a y lo put a s m i l e o n

wasn't even a Hope sludenl's

"but they charge way too m u c h ; I

y o u r f a c e , a b o u n c e in y o u r s t e p ,

really d o n ' t h a v e loo m u c h . "

a n d a w a r m f e e l i n g w a y d o w n in

bike? A n d the h u m o r of t h e s i t u a t i o n

y o u r liver.

is c o m p o u n d e d by the w a y in

d e s i r e d i t e m s o f the y e a r , a b r i g h t

S a f e t y s t e a l s il f i r s t ? It w a s

mo/fess

quality c l o t h e s , w h i c h h a v e im-

Anchor

photo

by J o h n a t h a n Muenk

w h i c h the r e p o r t s are w r i t t e n . By

orange windbreaker with zipper

T O O C O O L F O R S C H O O L : The HopeGeneva Bookstore carries a wide selection of clothes to suit any fashion sense.

is b r i m m i n g w i t h it. W h a t b e t t e r

r e p o r t i n g f a c t s in a n u n b e l i e v -

pockets and a Hope College logo

bookstore often, but they have nice

way can y o u think of lo feel

ably serious manner. Public

e m b r o i d e r e d in t h e u p p e r left h a n d

clothes. I like the John D e n v e r m u -

better than uncontrollable

Safely issues reports that are so

c o r n e r . B o t h Pratt a n d F o l k e r t s w a n t

sic t h e y p l a y . "

l a u g h t e r ? Il is i h e b e s l c u r e f o r a

absurd, they're classic.

the j a c k e t , but p r i c e d at $ 6 1 . 9 5 . nei-

D i n e a n T h e l e n , w h o w o r k s at

ther of t h e m w a n t to s p e n d the

C a r e e r S e r v i c e s at H o p e C o l l e g e ,

m o n e y o n it.

f o u n d s o m e g i f t s f o r f r i e n d s in t h e

i r s humor, and Hope College

d e p r e s s e d spirit. S o laugh and

Another example, the following excerpt:-

lighten up to feel well.

Pratt p o i n t s o u t o n e o f t h e m o s t

" T h u r s d a y , S e p t e m b e r 10,

"Only the 'prospecls' can afford

f a c u l t y o f H o p e C o l l e g e , are

1998. 0 9 : 0 0 a . m . - A n e m p l o y e e

the H o p e attire," Pratt said, ^be-

b l e s s e d l o h a v e an a l m o s t

o f the H a y w o r t h c e n t e r c u t h e r

c a u s e they c o m e with their p a r e n t s . "

leaving," Thelen said. "[They]

limitless reservoir of this

finger and w a s feeling light

C o m p a r e d to larger universities,

wanted some Hope College garb

s n i c k c r - o r i e n t e d m e d i c i n e at o u r

headed. An ambulance was

H o p e attire d o e s n ' t fare too badly.

disposal. ' m not talking about H o p e ' s

c a l l e d , but the p e r s o n w a s nol

excellent theater p r o g r a m , w h i c h

transported." O b v i o u s l y the w o m a n w a s nol

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

i n j u r e d e n o u g h t o g o t o the

p e r f o r m a n c e s each year. N o r am

h o s p i t a l , y e t it w a s r e p o r t e d

I t h i n k i n g o f the E n g l i s h

because Public Safety was

d e p a r t m e n t , e v e n w i t h its a c c e s s

called. A simple experience

t o b o t h local h u m o r t a l e n t a n d all

m a d e h u m o r o u s because Public

the f u n n y e v e n l s e v e r c o v e r e d

S a f e t y t o o k its r o l e in i h e " c a s e '

with pen and ink.

a little t o o s e r i o u s l y .

Our limitless reservoir, font of

Thelen visits ihe bookstore m o s t

c u t e . " said Kim D r o s c h a ( ' 0 2 ) .

o f t e n a r o u n d C h r i s t m a s l i m e t o find

" T h e y ' r e b e t t e r than a lol o f u n i v e r -

gifts for f a m i l y m e m b e r s

never

your c a m p u s safely incident

endless laughter c o m e s from a very u n l i k e l y s o u r c e . P u b l i c

reports. A l s o , I t h a n k y o u , the s t u d e n t

Safely.

body, for m a k i n g t h e m possible. If the n i c e p e o p l e of B e l t

the f e d e r a l g o v e r n m e n t w i t h t h e

C o t t a g e h a d n ' t set a pair of

"Student R i g h t - t o - K n o w " and

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

" C a m p u s S e c u r i t y A c t " ol 1 9 9 0

y a r d , I ' d h a v e a lot m o r e s t r e s s

and H o p e C o l l e g e ' s O f f i c e of

r i g h t n o w . If t h e s t u d e n t w h o

enough

small sizes for the little p e o p l e at the c o l l e g e . " R e b e c c a and Rick Dernberger ( ' 8 4 ) find H o p e attire t o b e g o o d e n o u g h lo d r e s s t h e i r c h i l d r e n in.

and

"I t h i n k f o r a really

The clothes are really snazzy. I d o n ' t come to the b o o k s t o r e often... I like t h e John Denver music t h e y play.

small

campus

they

h a v e really nice stuff." Thelen said. The

Hope-

Geneva store

Book-

tries

lo

carry a w i d e variety of c l o t h e s . " T h e r e are a

â&#x20AC;&#x201D; C h r i s Swanson ('00)

The Dernbergers

lot

are

who shop here,

alumni

of

sity of f a s h i o n , f r o m c h i l d r e n ' s c l o t h i n g to a l u m n i attire, s h e focuses m a i n l y on clothing for Hope students. "Every season there are always

of

il d e p e n d s o n the s e a s o n . A s of n o w t h e r e are t h r e e o r f o u r shirts a n d t w o or

three jackets

that

are

the

b o o k s t o r e ' s biggest sellers.

friends.

larges. T h e y ' r e

So I e n c o u r a g e y o u to read

e t e r n a l h u m o r , p i n n a c l e of

Yes. folks, b r o u g h t to y o u by

"I t h i n k the [ c l o t h e s l are r e a l l y

need less exira-

unions. W h i l e S a n d e r s focuses on diver-

s o m e hot sellers," S a n d e r s said. But

before they left."

sities. T h e y just

She also d o e s special orders, often f o r s p e c i a l o c c a s i o n s , s u c h a s re-

bookstore. "I h a v e s o m e f r i e n d s w h o are

A n d w e . the s t u d e n t s a n d

from 20-25 different companies.

alumni

" S t u d e n t s g e n e r a l l y like l o w e a r H o p e c l o t h e s , " said Sanders. "We w a n t t h e m to d o that- to be proud of w h e r e they go lo s c h o o l , "

For

this r e a s o n , S a n d e r s e n c o u r a g e s student input. "I like t o h a v e s t u d e n t i n p u t , " said S a n d e r s . " I d e p e n d a lot o n m y s t u dent help." A n o t h e r g o a l o f the b o o k s t o r e is to k e e p p r i c e s d o w n . " P e o p l e s a y that the p r i c e s a r e v e r y r e a s o n a b l e , " Sanders said. W h i l e n o l e v e r y b o d y l i k e s the selection at the H o p e - G e n e v a

H o p e C o l l e g e , a n d l i v e in H o l l a n d .

s o w e have to h a v e a w i d e r a n g e , "

B o o k s t o r e , a lot o f p e o p l e d o . T h e

said D e b b i e Sanders, Insignia

c l o t h e s are s a i d t o b e o f g o o d q u a l -

P u b l i c S a f e t y c o m e s the C a m p u s

c h o s e t o r e l i e v e h i m s e l f in t h e

" W e live in the a r e a a n d w e k e e p

Safety Incident Report.

natural beauty of the center of

o u r c h i l d r e n c l o t h e d in H o p e C o l -

Buyer for Hope-Geneva Bookstore.

i t y - m a d e by s u c h c o m p a n i e s as

c a m p u s h a d w a i l e d till h e g o t

lege attire." R e b e c c a D e r n b e r g e r

" T h e r e a r e a lot of p e o p l e w h o d o n ' t

Jansport and C h a m p i o n , and while

said, w h o w a s w i t h o n e o f h e r t h r e e

s h o p only for themselves, but often

s o m e i t e m s are r e a l l y e x p e n s i v e ,

daughters. The Dernbergers buy

for their children and iheir parents

both T-shirts ($10-15) and long-

m o s t l y s w e a t s h i r t s for their chil-

too." S a n d e r s orders the H o p e allire

s l e e v e s h i r t s ( $ 1 9 - 2 5 ) a r e very rea-

While s o m e incidents are no l a u g h i n g m a t t e r , l i k e the r e c e n l

h o m e , I w o u l d h a v e b e e n a liltle

rash of b i k e t h e f t s , t h e r e p o r t s are d e f i n i t e l y w o r t h e a c h

less.happy. S o this m e s s a g e is f o r y o u ,

students time reading. H o w else

students, faculty, and staff.

d r e n , u s u a l l y a s p a r t o f t h e i r fall

w o u l d y o u k n o w a b o u l all the

H e n r y D a v i d T h o r e a u w a s right

school clothes shopping routine.

slightly disjointed o c c u r r e n c e s

w h e n he e s p o u s e d c i v i l d i s o b e -

T h e y a l s o b u y the H o p e s w e a t s h i r t s

on c a m p u s ? Take for e x a m p l e , the follow-

d i e n c e . But d o il nol w i t h the

as gifts for their friends. Chris Swanson ('00) and Chris

p u r p o s e of r e f o r m i n g governm e n t b u t r a t h e r w i t h the p u r p o s e

P o z z i ( ' 0 1 ) p r o v e that a n y o n e c a n

of m a k i n g s o m e o n e ' s life j u s t a

f i n d s o m e t h i n g in H o p e - G e n e v a

1998. 0 1 : 1 5 a.m.- A m a l e student

little bit h a p p i e r . S o k e e p t a k i n g

w a s i s s u e d an a p p e a r a n c e

l e a k s in the P i n e G r o v e , c o n -

Bookstore. " | I o w n ] just this shirt and this

c i t a t i o n by P u b l i c S a f e t y o f f i c e r s

tinue calling Public Safety for

h a t , " P o z z i s a i d . T h e h a t , at S 1 6 . 9 5 ,

f o r u r i n a t i n g in p u b l i c in t h e

every minor infraction, and most

is a f a d e d g r e e n f i s h i n g hat w i t h the

vicinity of the Pine G r o v e . "

importantly, take the time lo

words "Hope College" embroidered

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

in g r e e n a l o n g the s i d e . T h e s h i r t is

to ignore. W h e r e ? W h y ? H o w

y a r d e v e r y n o w a n d a g a i n . All

a g r e y f l a n n e l l o n g s l e e v e d shirt h e

did Public S a f e t y find out ? Were

t h o s e c r a z y t h i n g s that h a p p e n at

bought for $31.95.

they on a public urine stakeout ?

c o l l e g e are k e e p i n g s o m e ol u s

ing e x c e r p t ; " M o n d a y , S e p t e m b e r 14.

It's just t o o r i c h w i t h i n t r i g u e

W a s that w h y m y b l a n k e t g o t

s a n e . S o , d o n ' l d o it f o r y o u r s e l f .

wet?

D o it f o r the h a p p i n e s s o f the

The m i n d t a k e s the ball e a c h

Hope community.

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If y o u a r e n ' t w r i t i n g f o r t h e A n c h o r L i t e is j u s t p u s s i n q y m i liy. C n m e In m n m e e t h u j s h I 7 : 0 0 p . m . n n W o d n e s d H y s a n d S u n d a y s . V n u vviin l r e g r e t i l .

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W A N T E D : C o m p u l e r S c i e n c e Inlern n e e d e d . 2 0 hrs. A w e e k S7-8/ hr. B a s i c C o m p u l e r k n o w l e d g e . Zeeland localion. Iniercsied sludenis conlacl Arlene. 654-7149 P h o n e . Fax r e s u m e 6 5 4 - 8 2 5 8 B e r g e n B a b e s : T h a n k s lor m a k i n g me laugh. I'll see y o u all l o n i g h l . Kisses- ihe R.A. Z. H o s t i l e d o e s n ' l e v e n b e g i n lo d e s c r i b e h o w I feel a b o u l y o u . B e a f r a i d . Be very, very a f r a i d . - T a w n y Campusbeat staff reporters: T h a n k s so m u c h f o r all of y o u r h e l p ihis w e e k . Your w r i l i n g is b e c o m i n g s t r o n g e r a n d I a p p r e c i a t e the hard w o r k . - S a r a Big Ed: T h a n k s for p u l l i n g u p w i t h my constant " s a u c y " altitude. W h o ' s the m a n ? - L o v e r of squirrels J a s o n : T h e C u b s a r e in m y eternal prayers, - y o u r h i g h - s t r u n g f r i e n d M e l a n i e a n d A J : A d m i t it. T h e r e are l i m e s w h e n y o u m i s s t h e stirring a n d the s n o o z e b u t t o n . 1 p r o m ise to stop by. m o r e o f t e n . Tawny, Jennifer, Angela, and Sally: I really d o l i v e ihere, I p r o m ise. T h a n k s for b e i n g great housemates!

H o u s e m a t e s : T h e trash w a s taken o u t . N o w w h e n a r e y o u g o i n g to tape R a w for m e ? You s l o b s need m e . r e m e m b e r that.-Z. S a l i m a n d e r : T h r o u g h my m o o d swings, nervous breakdowns, and b l u b b e r i n g , y o u ' r e still t h e r e . Y o u ' r e the b e s t a n d d o n ' t you e v e r f o r g e t it. You pick m e u p and k e e p m e g o i n g w h e n I n e e d it m o s t . Thanks.-Banana. H a p p y B i r t h d a y N i k e l l e ! F r o m the Milestone computer. A n c h o r s t a f f : Without e v e r y single o n e of y o u I w o u l d s u c k . 1 get paid t h e b i g b u c k s , but y o u d o the w o r k . You m a k e t h i s p a p e r w h a t it is; y o u d e s e r v e the credit. You r o c k ! - B i g Ed. J,M,A,J,A,S,ivl: Couldn't have m a d e it through ihe last m o n t h without you girls. Y o u ' r e the besl. H e r e ' s to m o r e " f u n t i m e s " to c o m e .

of S t u d e n t C o n g r e s s and c o o r d i n a tor of this y e a r ' s e l e c t i o n s , a l o n g with Matt B r a m b l e ( ' 0 1 ) . head of

starting i m m e d i a t e l y .

p e o p l e k n o w h o w easy it is lo v o l e , "

" T h e s t u d e n t ' s o b l i g a t i o n to vole

F r e t z said. A l o n g with M a r o l t , Fretz, C o m p -

is d o n e , and n o w our obligation to t h e m h a s b e g u n , " F r e t z said.

troller Scott H c s ( ' 0 0 ) , S e n i o r R e p r e s e n t a t i v e s B r e n t R o w e a n d Jill Davis, J u n i o r R e p r e s e n t a t i v e s Sieve

Public R e l a t i o n s f o r S t u d e n t C o n gress, a n d t h e rest of the c o n g r e s s c a b i n e t , e m p h a s i z e d i n c r e a s i n g the a w a r e n e s s on c a m p u s a b o u t t h e

S t u d e n t C o n g r e s s h a s its first m e e t i n g T h u r s d a y , S e p t e m b e r 2 4 at 8 p . m . in the O t t e R o o m of Phelps.

M c B r i d e and M e r e d i t h A r w a d y . a n d Sophomore Representatives Malt Bramble and Megan Brax. these

elections. " M o s t p e o p l e ' s reaction a f t e r voting w a s "Well, thai w a s easy.' O u r J o b w a s j u s t a m a t t e r of l e t t i n g

" W e will be a d d r e s s i n g any and all s t u d e n t c o n c e r n s a n d i s s u e s . "

t w e n t y - s i x District R e p r e s e n t a t i v e s will be w o r k i n g f o r the s t u d e n t s

M a r o l t said. " W h a t e v e r o u r c o n stituents want, we'll fight for t h e m . "

Adrian College, Albion College. Alma College. Calvin College.

w o u l d n ' t call t h e c o m p e t i t i o n for

Hillsdale College, and University

tratingly d i f f i c u l t , I w o u l d slack the education provided |al Hope)

BEST BUY from 2 W i l l i a m a n d M a r y in Virginia. D e P a u w University. Earl h a m College, and Notre Dame. O t h e r s c h o o l s in M i c h i g a n that

g r a d e s intense, o r the c l a s s e s frus-

of M i c h i g a n . O n e H o p e a l u m n i w a s q u o t e d in

w e r e n a m e d " B e s t B u y s " include:

a g a i n s t that o b t a i n e d at any other

t h e b o o k as s a y i n g , " A l t h o u g h I

school."

Free carnedy bursting with laughs

T h e L i n e t h a t p i c k e d u p 1 0 OD b a b e s . P r e s e n t e d by Theatre Forum. Three free s h o w t i m e s . Friday, Sept. 25. 7 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 26. 7 & 9 : 3 0 p.m. Studio Theatre in Downstairs DeWitt. It's f r e e . It's f u n n y . Just go.

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FORUM f r o m I c o m e t o g e t h e r f o r ihe s a k e of the

from students whose experiences

entire c o m m u n i t y , " said J a m e s G e n t i l e . D e a n of N a t u r a l S c i e n c e s .

suggest otherwise." S u p p o r t e r s of the c h a p e l p r o g r a m

" W e d o not h a v e g o o d u n d e r s t a n d -

w e r e v o c a l l y o u t n u m b e r e d at t h e

ing n o w . " Several p e o p l e expressed their

f o r u m , but a f e w o f f e r e d t h e i r o p i n -

concerns after reading ihe C h a p l a i n ' s S e l f s t u d y a n d the e v a l u -

ions n o n e t h e l e s s . "I s t r o n g l y s u p p o r t t h e c h a p e l

ations recently released by t h e Frost

p r o g r a m and I d i s l i k e the t h o u g h t o f il n o t e x i s t i n g , " s a i d H e i d i

R e s e a r c h C e n t e r of s u r v e y s c o n -

H i c k m a n ( ' 0 1 ) . "I w a s d i s a p p o i n t e d

d u c t e d this p a s t s u m m e r . "I a m c o n c e r n e d b e c a u s e of h o w

by the negativity against t h e c h a p e l

1 h a v e seen s t u d e n t s t u r n e d off by the C h a p e l p r o g r a m , " said J a n e Dickie, professor of Psychology and D i r e c t o r of W o m e n ' s s t u d i e s . "But w h a t c o n v i n c e d a n d e n e r g i z e d m e w a s r e a d i n g the C h a p l a i n ' s report and realizing the j u d g e m e n t a l n e s s that s e p a r a t e d ( p e o p l e ) a n d the a s s u m e d truth is

that w a s present in t h e f o r u m . I c a n u n d e r s t a n d the a r g u m e n t m a d e by n u m b e r s of a t t e n d e e s at c h a p e l not m a t t e r i n g , but I d o n ' t think w e c a n ing." As this o p e n d i s c u s s i o n c o n cludes, many people have concerns

Phelps

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d e a l i n g with w h a t will c o m e out of

ies of t h e E v a l u a t i o n of H o p e ' s C h a p e l P r o g r a m , a r e a v a i l a b l e in

B o y d W i l s o n , P r o f e s s o r of R e l i gion. "There were t w o positions,

the V e r m e u l e n R o o m , next to the

but I ' m n o t s u r e if w e h a v e t w o s i d e s that a r e o p e n lo listen lo o n e

munity. "I c a m e t o t h e o p e n f o r u m bec a u s e I care a b o u t the c o l l e g e c o m -

lOlh St

i g n o r e w h a t the n u m b e r s a r e say-

the debate. " I s it really a d i c u s s i o n ? T h a t will r e m a i n lo be s e e n , " said

for e x a m i n a t i o n by the c o l l e g e c o m -

We're one mile from Hope's Campus!

Dr. D i c k i e in t h e d i f f e r e n c e in the

held by the a u t h o r s of the r e p o r t . " Presently, t w o c o p i e s of the C h a p l a i n ' s Self-Study, and t w o c o p -

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d i s c u s s i o n is m u c h n e e d e d . "I e x p e r i e n c e d a lot of p e r s o n a l

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munity and I ' m c o n c e r n e d a b o u l the d i v i s i o n and the c o n t r o v e r s y p r e s e n t , " said M a u r a R e y n o l d s ,

r e f l e c t i o n a s a result of t o n i g h t ' s s e m i n a r . I w a s very p l e a s e d to be there, pleased lo hear d i f f e r e n t

D i r e c t o r of A c a d e m i c A d v i s i n g , "I feel, as o t h e r s d o , that t h e r e will be n o easy s o l u t i o n . I think that c h a p e l p r o g r a m has greal s t r e n g t h s , but I am concerned about what I hear

v i e w p o i n t s , p l e a s e d lo h e a r b o t h s i d e s of the a r g u m e n t , " said Matt S i m m o n s ( ' 9 9 ) . "I feel t h e r e w a s a little bit of hostility, b u l . t h a t is not all b a d . "

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Weighing in on the Dow

O t h e r r e t u r n e r s that h a v e c o n t r i b uted this season h a v e been Jamie

T h e f a c t that the H o p e C o l l e g e

Passchier ('01), Andrea Egeler

w o m e n ' s c r o s s c o u n t r y team is

( ' 0 1 ) , A n n e Z e n e b e r g COO), a n d Molly Griebe ('99).

This qucslion m u s t be asked,

c a n ' t g e t in t h e r e . " s a i d D o w C e n -

S o m e o f t h e e q u i p m e n t in the

r a n k e d n i n t h n a t i o n a l l y is a s u r p r i s e

w h a t is w r o n g w i t h ihe w e i g h l fa-

ter S u p e r v i s o r T r i s h a P e a r s o n ( ' 0 0 ) .

w e i g h t r o o m is o l d . I d o n o t

to everyone. To everyone except

c i l i t y in I he D o w C e n t e r ? B e l t e r

" T h e y also c o m p l a i n about loud

m e a n f i v e t o ten y e a r s o l d b u t

t h o s e o n the t e a m .

yel ihe question should be what

music."

f i f t e e n t o t w e n t y y e a r s o l d in

is r i ^ h t w i t h the w e i g h t t r a i n i n g f a c i l i t y in the D o w C e n t e r ?

W h i l e the F l y i n g D u t c h h a v e h a d

S p a c e s e e m s t o be a real c o n c e r n .

s o m e cases. T h e equipment has

solid t e a m s in t h e

" W e are just c o m i n g off our base p h a s e of t r a i n i n g , s o it will b e e x citing

to

see

how

the

team

progresses over

W h e n y o u g o in the w e i g h t r o o m it

b e e n u s e d , a n d u s e d , a n d us e d

past,

ninth

the c o u r s e o f the

S i n c e I h a v e b e e n a s t u d e n t at

is h a r d t o m o v e a r o u n d w i t h n o o n e

s o m e m o r e by not only athletes

p l a c e r a n k i n g is

year," Northuis

Hope College I have seen a n u m -

t h e r e , b u t if y o u g o t h e r e d u r i n g a

but a l s o b y c o m m u n i t y m e m -

the

b e r of i m p r o v e m e n t s a c r o s s the

b u s y l i m e it is i m p o s s i b l e t o m o v e .

b e r s , p r o f e s s o r s , H o p e staff. N o t

t e a m h a s h a d in

c a m p u s y e t the w e i g h t r o o m g o e s

T h e r u m o r h a s b e e n that the a d -

t o m e n t i o n all the s t u d e n t s that

recent years.

v i r t u a l l y u n t o u c h e d . S o m e o f the

m i n i s t r a t i o n is g o i n g t o e x p a n d the

are not a t h l e t e s that use ihe

Residence

gone

w e i g h t r o o m i n t o t h e old w r e s t l i n g

e q u i p m e n t for any n u m b e r of

r o u n d i n g u p pretty

through upgrades, the H a w o r t h

room. "There just isn't e n o u g h

reasons.

g o o d s o far," said

Conference Center has been

s p a c e , " said Kate Seid ( ' 9 9 ) w h o

T h e e q u i p m e n t has just been

head coach Mark

built. C o o k R e s i d e n c e Hall has

w o r k s in the D o w e q u i p m e n t r o o m .

w o r n o u t in s o m e c a s e s . S o m e

Northuis. "We are

been built. Cable has b e c o m e

H o p e C o l l e g e is a n i n s t i t u t i o n

of ihe e q u i p m e n t n e e d s to be

r e t u r n i n g six or

a v a i l a b l e in all c a m p u s r o o m s .

w h e r e they a d v o c a t e a liberal arts

replaced.

s e v e n r u n n e r s that

We'll find o u t m o r e this w e e k . ( H o p e Is) a very quiet, goaloriented team.They know w h a t t h e y w a n t , and t h e y go o u t and g e t it.

The computer labs have been

e d u c a t i o n a n d a w e l l - r o u n d e d life

D i g e s t s o m e of t h e s e n u m -

went to n a t i o n a l s

—Mark Northuis

The team cap-

upgraded, and even the Kletz has

style. T h e r e is a n e m p h a s i s o n learn-

bers. N o n - a l u m n i m e m b e r pay

Cross C o u n t r y coach

t u r e d first p l a c e

b e e n r e d e c o r a t e d , y e l the D o w is

ing a m u l t i t u d e o f d i f f e r e n t t h i n g s

$ 3 1 4 dollars a year to use the

untouchable. Interesting when

a s o p p o s e d t o a f o c u s in o n e a r e a

Dow

facilities and

F l y i n g D u t c h finished s e c o n d in t h e

ing H o p e I n v i t a t i o n a l o n S a t u r d a y ,

y o u t h i n k a b o u t it.

S e p t . 5. A w e e k later, t h e y w o n the

Halls

have

Center

the

highest

"The

the

team

is

last y e a r . " A year ago, the

s a i d . " T h e e n d of t h e y e a r is o u r t i m e , it is w h a t we

are

really

gearing

our-

selves up for." S o far, the F l y ing Dutch have lived up to their national ranking.

iiT s e a s o n - o p e n -

a l o n e . T h a t i d e a c a r r i e s o v e r into the

a l u m n i p a y $ 2 7 5 d o l l a r s a year.

Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic

B r u c e C a i n ( * 0 0 ) s a i d it b e s t ,

rest o f o u r H o p e e x p e r i e n c e that w e

T h o s e f e e s d o not i n c l u d e c o u r t

Association and qualified for the

15 t e a m N o r t h C e n t r a l C o l l e g e In-

"It is d i s p r o p o r t i o n a l t o t h e s i z e

should g r o w intellectually, spiritu-

fees, locker fees, and other ser-

N C A A C h a m p i o n s h i p s b y finishing

v i t a t i o n a l on F r i d a y , S e p t . 11.

and stature of anything on else

ally. a n d p h y s i c a l l y . T h e latter o f

v i c e f e e s if p e o p l e o p t i o n f o r

s e c o n d in t h e r e g i o n a l m e e t .

this c a m p u s . "

w h i c h is b e c o m i n g

them.

People are often complaining

harder and

h a r d e r to do.

They

F u r t h e r m o r e , t h e r e is a w a i t -

T h i s w e e k e n d . H o p e will have a

17th in w h a t w a s

g o o d c h a n c e t o test its s k i l l s a g a i n s t

the t e a m ' s first a p p e a r a n c e since

s o m e stiff c o m p e t i t i o n w h e n they

1994.

t r a v e l t o C a l v i n C o l l e g e f o r the a n -

a b o u t s o m e a s p e c t s o f the w e i g h t

"If H o p e C o l l e g e p r o f e s s e s to be

room according to student work-

a liberal arts c o l l e g e then h o w can

ers.

t h e y n e g l e c t t h e p h y s i c a l a s p e c t of

" A g o o d q u e s t i o n t o a s k is

the w h o l e p e r s o n ' e d u c a t i o n . " said

w h e r e d o e s all that m o n e y g o ? "

and perhaps topple perennial M I A A

asks Pearson ('00).

champion Calvin College.

"People c o m p l a i n a b o u t t e a m s using the weight r o o m and they

Cain.

ing list f o r m e m b e r s h i p s a c -

finished

c o r d i n g to P e a r s o n .

T h i s y e a r the t e a m h o p e s t o imp r o v e o n last y e a r ' s N C A A finish

nual M I A A J a m b o r e e on S a t u r d a y , Sept. 26. Calvin, which has been M I A A c h a m p i o n s i n c e 1 9 9 1 , is c u r r e n t l y

"The team looks good so far,"

r a n k e d f o u r t h in the n a t i o n a n d will

said co-captain J a n n a h T h o m p s o n

b e a b e n c h m a r k f o r the t e a m t o a i m

( ' 9 8 ) . " W e a r e r e a l l y s t r o n g a n d all

for.

s e e m t o finish in a p a c k t o g e t h e r . "

" W e ' l l find o u t m o r e t h i s w e e k . "

L e a d i n g the returning veterans

N o r t h u i s s a i d . " ( H o p e is) a v e r y

are A l l - A m e r i c a n s Ellen Schultz

quiet, goal-oriented team. They

( ' 9 9 ) and Rebecca T i m m e r ('99).

know what they want, and they go

L a s t fall they finished 2 5 t h a n d 2 9 t h

out and set it."

sports b r i e f Soccer t e a m splits pair of games The Hope College men's soccer

H o p e f o l l o w e d that g a m e w i t h a

t e a m c a p t u r e d its first g a m e w i t h a

2-1 l o s s at the h a n d s o f C a l v i n , y e s -

1 - 0 d e f e a t of M a c M u r r a y . U L S a t -

terday. C l a y t o n B e r g s m a ( ' 0 0 ) s c o r e d the

urday. Ben Bacon

('01) scored

the

team's long goal. Mac Murray was

C a l v i n ' s w i n w a s the first d e f e a t

hit w i t h a r e d c a r d , p u t t i n g t h e m

of H o p e since 1993. T h e F l y i n g

down a man,

D u t c h m e n n o w s t a n d at I - 5 - 1 .

17 m i n u t e s i n t o t h e

game. Shortly after. Bacon scored Anchor

F 1 1 _ L | M G O U " T : Used by a number of different room is a small room filled with all the equipment.

photo

people,

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

the goal on an assist f r o m R o b

the Dow Center

Allison ('00).

weight

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