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I N BRIEF F R E S H M E N FAKE DIAL A Frost Research Study revealed that 98 percent of Pope freshmen "fake dial" in an attempt to appear as if they have more friends than they really do. T h e study calculated the number of times a freshmen looked at their cell phone, flipped through their phonebook or talked with an invisible " f r i e n d " on their cell phone while passing a stranger on campus. The results illustrated the top four situations when freshmen "fake dial." 1. While standing outside chapel waiting for friends before mass. 2. Walking through the Pine Grove late at night. 3. Sitting at SAC movies. 4. Walking past T h e Vatican City Brewery on Wednesday nights in attempt to compensate for not being 21.

Dane DeFired, assistant professor in the department of vreligion, will be leaving Pope College at the end of the current semester as the result of being denied tenure. Official d o c u m e n t s report that DeFired had "an insufficient n u m b e r of publications and little involvement in faculty-student

BEACH PARTY CANCELLED The Koiiball team's beach party came to an early conclusion Monday when snow fell. The evening resulted in a snowmobile race, rather than a sunburn.

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activities." DeFired, however, asserts that his denial of tenure is the result of columns he wrote for the Vatican City Sentinel, specifically his most recent, entitled, " W h e n Sunday is Used for Work." "Basically I wrote an article where I lampooned the Pope College administration for prohibiting rest on the Sabbath. 1 received a letter from the President saying 1 w a s costing the college money, and w a s fired," said DeFired.

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A N D IT W A S G O O D — S t u d e n t s d e f e n d t h e i r r i g h t t o a s i e s t a on t h e s e v e n t h day. An official statement released by the Pope College O f f i c e of Public Relations yesterday read, " A s a matter of practice, and

especially out of consideration for the e m p l o y e e involved. Pope College will not speak publicly about personnel matters. We

respect these matters between an employer and employee. It is our longstanding c o m m i t m e n t that S E E TENURE, P A G E 6

D E V O S GIVETH, D E V O S TAKETH AWAY Skip S p e b b l e s P O E T A N D D I D N ' T E V E N K N O W IT

Gubernatorial candidate Dick DeVos threatened to personally

M A N IN TIGHTS On Sunday, Oct. 29 an undisclosed music professor will perform for the Pope College community in drag. The concert will feature at least two numbers in foreign languages. The professor will sing "Besame M u c h o " composed by Consuelo Valazaquez, dressed as Carmen Miranda complete with hat of fruit. He also will perform a French number dressed as Edith Piaf complete with cigarette. "I thought it would be fun to bring back my old cabaret act, and offer Pope College some culture at the same time," he said. "I used to do it as a student in Boston for extra cash, but I couldn't let my other musician friends find out f o r fear of losing their respect." T h e concert will be held in Wicky Auditorium at 3 p.m. Admission is free.

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drive a bulldozer through Pope College's field house if not elected on Nov. 7. "DeVos giveth, DeVos taketh away," said DeVos shortly after revealing plans to also b u m the DeVos Communication Center at Kalvin [College. DeVos fiinded the construction of the college's $22 million field

house last year. His threat was made after hearing that only 4 9 percent of Michigan residents are expected to vote in his favor. In an effort to save Pope College basketball, public relations sent out a campus-wide email stating that all students must "Vote Dick" or face a 52 percent increase in tuition cost. "This man's serious," said Tom Runner. "Since this is a crucial matter and we're a private college, we believe Pope has this authority." DeVos has also threatened to

pull funding from Focus on the Family, Grand Rapids Christian School Association, Center for Kids Who Can't Read Good and Want to Do Other Things Good Too and the American Cancer Society if the organizations' leaders do not support him on the November ballot. DeVos' opponent. Gov. Jennifer Granholm responded to the threat of destruction by Caterpillar saying, " W h y would that billionaire destroy all of the buildings he sponsored? And with a creepy crawly bug no less! I'd at least select a prettier insect to decimate stuff."

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CIS: BEAR RACISM TO BE NEXT TOPIC Brother M e t h u s e l a h GENUFLECT SERGENT

D u e to this y e a r ' s lack of a Critical Issues Symposium, senior officials at Pope College have promised the student body that next y e a r ' s CIS will be o n e for the record books. In a recent announcement. Pope College President stated that the C I S for the 20072008 academic year would focus on an issue dear to the hearts of m a n y Pope College students: the growing rift between the various races of bears, a gap caused by disagreements about which race of bear is the best. This issue has been seen as fairly unimportant for most of recorded history, but has quickly risen to prominence in the past decade d u e to certain advances in communication, most notably the Internet weblogs of prominent bear celebrities. T h e polar bear contingent believes they are the perfect specimen of bear because of the harsh climate in which they literally fight for survival day after day. " W e have survived and thrived in the arctic wastes of the north for generations

untold. T h e other races have not. If nothing else, this proves that w e are the quintessential bear species," said Archibald Thelonius

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f e i g n s h u m i l i t y before paparazzi but does n o t deny t h a t he is t h e p e r f e c t i o n of bear. M c D o u g a l , the spokesbear for the polar bears. Proud corporate sponsor Coca-Cola supports the claim of the polar bears, and will be distributing free samples of their products

at a rally for polar bear superiority to be held next February in Anchorage, Alaska. CocaCola's polar bear mascots, called " B e n " and "Jerry" by the c o m p a n y to protect the bears" identities and preserve their safety, will also make a brief appearance at this rally. T h e grizzly bears disagree with their northern cousins. "Harsh winters and hot s u m m e r s force us to constantly adapt to our surroundings. We also have other predators, such as wolves, constantly competing with us for our prey," said William Montgomery Smith, the grizzlies' spokesbear. Next July, C h a r m i n ' will hold a cha-cha dance party in conjunction with a rally in support of the grizzly bears. T h i s event will be televised by a national network that has yet to be announced, and Charmin will print advertisements and invitations to this dance and rally starting in March on rolls of its toilet paper. T h e panda bears have decided to remain neutral in this conflict, and focus on their own community, especially on their youth. S E E GRRRR, P A G E 2


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' AM ERIC A: TH E G ATED CO U NTRY' BILL Congress passes $ 4 0 million Canada-U.S. fence bill Aldente! FORMER CANADIAN

Since Americans have been worried about who is taking their j o b s and moving into their neighborhoods. Congress passed the America: The Gated Country bill by an overwhelming majority last Tuesday. The bill designates S40 million to be spent on a fence separating Canada from the United States. Recently in Congress, representatives have been wary of Canadians taking advantage of the easy passage from their land to our country. They have received complaints from their constituents that Canadians are a threat to the native language of

sang "Hava Nagila" to the tune of "Yankee Doodle Dandy." The bill, which co-sponsor Johan Burgercain (R-NY) called "amazing proof that America can work together again," received an easy majority vote in the House and then sailed through the Senate with fairly few opposing votes. The bill for the fence will also serve as a deterrent for minors from America who attempt to cross into Windsor and other border cities in Canada. For morally questionable reasons. Start Bupak (D-M!) explained, . .so they w o n ' t drink themselves silly." Both Democrats and Republicans agree that the last

America, which has recently been renamed "American." "Despite all the current tensions between the Republicans and Democrats I am glad that we finally agreed on something," said Senate Majority Leader Will First, announcing the 92-7 passage, "it has now become official that America is like a large gated suburbia." First's statement was followed by cheering and hip-hip hooraying, acompanied by Bruce Springsteen's " B o m in the U S A " blasting from the congressional sound system. As the song blared through the gallery, some strong senators picked up First in his seat and

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AMERICA GETS TOUGH — Americans are pleased with the new s e c u r i t y levels of t h e Canada-United States border. the universal health care programs they have back in the motherland.

thing America needs is Canadians coming over and going on about

TIKI CURSE DEVASTATES WORK ETHIC I n e e d a Jhob HANGIN' CURVEBALL GURU

On Oct. 19, grounds crews unearthed a bevy of obsidian spear points near Graves while repairing a sprinkler. The Vatican City Historical Society was immediately assigned to excavate the site beneath one of the oldest and foulest-smelling buildings on campus. Painstakingly analyzing each precious load of soil, the society members huzzah'd in ecstasy when their load of fill produced enormous stone effigies. Upon further analysis, the researchers discovered that the monstrous carvings were those of Tiki idols, prone to dispersing bouts o f pestilence. Word o f legendary Tiki plagues that decimated work ethic caused the Pope College administration to gnash their teeth and wail. As the Tikis' curses infiltrated c a m p u s , staff d o n n e d gas m a s k s and n u c l e a r - s t r e n g t h o n e s i e s to b a r e n t r a n c e s and f o r b i d s t u d e n t s f r o m setting foot o u t s i d e . Bishop Frosty, the dean of

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POPE COLLEGE GOES POLYNESIAN A Pope College s t u d e n t s m i l e s w h i l e s t a n d i n g next t o Tikis, d e s p i t e t h e curse t h e Tikis have spread t o t h e c o l l e g e ' s c a m p u s . students said, " O u r emergency phone tree is unstoppable; the disease will be contained within the hour and students will be able to work day and night as always

from their cubicles, I mean, dorms." An immense cellophane bubble was also erected over the Pope College property, preventing the

disease from infecting the town donors and those of the renowned ancestral names. " N o need to fret, our DeWitts and Van Raaltes are all healthy,"

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Big Al McRaalte, mayor of Vatican City said. "I have deployed Swiss Guard special forces to the perimeter of the bubble to keep the college ruffians from invading our holy city." The infected students' fates were unclear but they appeared to be quite content frolicking in the Pine Grove and were joyously opening windows in locked down buildings to free their comrades from lab reports. Health Services was flooded with calls the following day, but health workers were unavailable for comment from within their quarantined compound. Unconfirmed reports suggest an antidote for procrastination and revelry is being concocted. With the full support of the administration, each student shall receive a tablet in the mail. Students will be force-fed the tablets by the remaining sane faculty going door to door. This Pope College publication urges students not to answer their doors in the coming weeks. For tried and true escape routes see page 4.

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"Cha-Ching (the newest panda to be b o m at the San Diego Zoo) and his mother are doing well. ChaChing will grow into a happy, healthy adult one day. If our race were to enter this conflict, would he grow up to hate his cousin polar bears and grizzly bears? We cannot afford to take that chance," said the pandas' spokesbear. "It is so wonderful that this issue is finally being addressed by the community at large, and

especially our society here at Pope College," said Stemworth M c F e m , president of the All Bears Created Equal Club on Pope's campus. "Perhaps through this Critical Issues Symposium, this conflict can be resolved and the bear community set on the road to recovery. If not, then hopefully some people and bears alike will have their eyes opened to this issue so that it can be addressed in the coming years," said M c F e m .

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Sources reveal that there is a network of tunnels below Pope College just trembling to be explored! The same unnamed sources recommend swiping a headlamp

from biology storage room, having yourself a side splitting good time chalking up one side of campus, and escaping likity split through a convenient getaway route. Tunnel entrances are cleverly disguised.

T TRYGER HAPPY Reverend Mother CONTRACEPTION DISTRIBUTOR

The Frost Research Center. Pope College's number one source of cold, hard facts, released the findings of its latest survey last week. The statistics revealed that 75 percent of Pope College's seniors getting married this May plan to name their firstborn son Tryger. "It's just such a strong, yet sensitive name," a senior woman walking out of chapel said. "And, we'll get to call the little guy Trigger all the time. Bang! Bang!" her fiance added, shaping his hand into a make-believe gun and pretending to shoot his fiance.

"Isn't it precious?" she gushed. When the popular Dean of the Chapel Tryger Johanson arrived on campus during the 2005-2006 school year, many female students were dismayed to find that he already sported a ring on his finger. In spite of this, students have accepted Tryger into the Pope family with open arms. , "I wouldn't mind wrapping my arms around that," a Ranchor reporter overhead a freshman whispering in the Gathering last week. However, since Pope College women can't add Tryger to their family by marrying him (it has been said that there are only

The site was not pretty in the Pine Grove on Saturday night. Witnesses heard screaming, yelling and the sound of forlorn footsteps. The ultimate sin has been committed - The October Rule has been broken. Kathy and Jim met on move-in day. She was a freshman moving into Dykstra; he, an OA helping her move in. It was meant to be. But at Dimnent Chapel, the last day of Orientation Weekend, the law was laid down. "Freshman cannot date until October," said Dean of Chapel Tryger Johanson. Freshmen, he explained, need some time to settle in before getting tied up in a relationships. However, his logic was not apparent to two fated people. Kathy and Jim did not hear this rule; their ears were muffled by love. From the first day, their relationship was perfect. They spent time each day talking and laughing, and always saved time for homework. They attended chapel together and had lovely dinner dates in Phelps. All their friends knew they were meant to be. "I've never seen Kathy so happy. I just know that in four years, they will be living happily ever a f t e r " said Marlene, Kathy's best friend.

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Pitter patter of III Trygeries 15 Trygers in the entire United States), they've decided to produce one themselves. "And God said ' G o forth and multiply,'" Tryger preached last week in Chapel, while performing a little arm-flailing, foot-shuffling dance that the religion department is still analyzing in slow motion replays to determine its theological soundness. "Oh, we plan on multiplying," Gretchen Vanderv cenderhovensmit ('07 5/8) said. The Frost Research Center reported that by the year 2020, the United Slates population of Trygers should reach 357, if all goes according to plan.

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Homecoming was like a fairy tale. Kathy looked gorgeous, and Jim was proud to have the love of his life on his arm. Their parents came to visit and to take pictures of course. More love was in the air. Jim's parents couldn't have been happier with his choice. How did it end as a screaming match in the Pine Grove? On Thursday, Jim told Kathy he couldn't meet her in Phelps for dinner because he was going to play Frisbee golf with some of the guys. She was okay with this, until later that night when he couldn't hang out because he was doing homework. On Friday he was at Relay For Life all night. On Saturday, Kathy couldn't take it anymore. It had to end. When the star-struck lovers met at the Kletz for some coffee, Kathy was prepared to dump Jim where he stood. In the time it took for the two to order their beverages, Kathy had a change of heart. Over a magical latte, Kathy easily forgave Jim for not including her. It was when they were taking a walk in the Pine Grove later that night that something happened. Kathy yelled, and Jim yelled back. Jim walked away, and so did Kathy. There was no explanation. There was nothing that could be done. The October Rule had been broken.

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In a startling discovery, an archaeological site of sorts has been unearthed in the unassuming location of Holland, Mich. The remains founds at the site are not dinosaur bones, but exoskeletons of mechanical beasts. Shuttle Vans - dozens o f them - are being unearthed after a local child came across part of one when digging with his shovel in a grassy mound near the campus

of Pope College. The vehicles are held together in a conglomerate of ice and moss. Archaeologists are dubbing the area the "Shuttle Van Graveyard." "We have never come across anything of this nature in our time," one of them stated at the site, which is drawing crowds of visitors every day as more is uncovered. The vehicles are a part of a service program by the Department of Campus Safety. The program

is designed to give Pope College students free transportation to and from college locations. It is reportedly used the most during the winter season. "Whenever 1 see them off of duty, the drivers are sleeping at the wheel," an anonymous student said when asked about the subject. " T h e y ' r e always busy taking other people somewhere, or whatever," another said. " W h e n I need to get somewhere that's a

COFFEEHOUSE DEBATE INCITES BRAWL!!!!!!!! Carla Berndum VAGABOND

According to a survey conducted at Pope, the majority of students polled said that Lemonjello's Coffee Shop was "cooler" than J.P.'s C o f f e e Shop. Located on 8th Street near the Brewery, J.P.'s is known for its classy, comfortable booths and clean-cut baristas. Several yards away on 9th Street, Lemonjello's flanks Roxie's Vintage and vegan-friendly Pocket Sandwich Company. Lemonjello's caters to a more eclectic crowd. "J.P.'s is so square," said a randomly chosencustomerleaving Lemonjello's. "If you want good vibes, go to Lemonjello's." Other coffee drinkers, however, were less than convinced by Lemonjello's "vibes." "I would never take my grandchildren to that Lemon Jello's place. Lots of people there wear metal on their clothes. Someone could get hurt," Lillian Snow ('48) said while leaving J.P.'s.

junior high, then yes." "Shut up! I ' m not your friend anymore!" Archip added. " I ' m rubber and y o u ' r e glue!" continued Bartlow. Cindy Cranson ('07), who agreed to answer a few questions on her way out of Roxie's vintage, said, " T h e y ' r e both great places depending on your mood. You don't really need to pick a — " but this journalist missed the end of her quote as she was "Shut up! I'm not your friend suddenly tackled to the ground by opinionated coffee drinkers. anymore / " There may not be a clear and Jason Archip ('08) easy resolution to this coffee shop conflict. Perhaps the only insight 'cool coffee house' stuff when I that can be gleaned from the situation is that polls don't lie and was in high school. Some people cool people have more friends. just prefer to be comfortable and To the coffee shop poll have a private conversation when question "which coffee shop they go out for coffee." is cooler", 33% of students "Private conversations with answered "Lemonjello's", 25% yourself, Bartlow?" Archip answered "J.P.'s", 11% answered retorted. "Because y o u ' r e so "I don't drink c o f f e e " and 31% lame?" answered "This is stupid they're To which Bartlow replied, "If both overpriced." by lame you mean not stuck in

Regardless of the popularity poll, both coffee shops do get a steady flow of business. " I ' m glad J.P.'s is doing well," said Jason Archip ('08), Lemonjello's enthusiast. "It's good that w e have a place for cool people who drink coffee and a place for ' o t h e r ' people." J.P.'s frequenter Robbie Bartlow ( ' 1 3 ) noted, "I did all that

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bined weight. "Naturally, the extreme cold put the drivers into a slate of preservation over this time," a member of the team said. "We're 100 percent sure that they're all still alive, but in a frozen slumber. This site needs to be slowly heated, and then we'll be able to revive them from their hibernation." Scientists around the world wait for more information to be released as this event develops.

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e p i d e m i c or global p o v e r t y or global w a r m i n g o r political a p a t h y

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as the root of all evil. T h e Biographer (sometimes k n o w n as

drift. T h e r e a r e s o m a n y things t o

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leadership, up past 3:00

a moment of weakness, while away from Pope College, Mackenzie once again

To the editor:

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staying

time was not an object and cheese is viewed

0.8 hours

accessible.

Dairy Dependant, Mackenzie to life without a watch or clock

a.m. to bring Pope College news, as they too converted

on Sundays. was spent in places readily

year,

her days at the Institute

has begun frequently

Vatican City, a town where it is

cheese

a final

student newspaper. The s t a f f , under Mackenzie's

back

at Pope College, a cheeseTo help facilitate Mackenzie s

sneaking cheese with her wherever she went in a small box that formerly housed Altoids.

for

and funneled her energy into becoming the editor-in-chief of The Ranchor, Pope s

the

integrated

College

knew she would have to give up

cheese again. Remembering

recovery. The dairy dependants learned to funnel the energy from their cravings for

the

to Pope

Mackenzie

Mackenzie learned to live without a clock in order to maintain the fluidity of routine

cheese into constructive activity. Mackenzie successfully completed

surrendered

return

at

idea o f w h a t I should stand f o r

or just plain i g n o r a n c e . Actually,

international b a b y — s h o u l d I? W h a t if I p i c k m y political battles

y o u ' d b e against all t h o s e t h i n g s

b a s e d on the c o m m e r c i a l s that

a g a i n s t M i c h i g a n d e r s losing their jobs to outsourcing. It's so c o n f u s i n g n a v i g a t i n g this

new

world

of

adulthood,

w h i c h i n c l u d e s n o t o n l y personal but social responsibility, w h e r e o n e has to car e not only f o r h i m s e l f but also for his neighbor. H o w m u c h caring is too m u c h ? T h i s is so o v e r w h e l m i n g ! P e r h a p s I ' m better o f f sticking with t h e circle idea. I d o n ' t k n o w . O h w e l l . At least I ' v e written this letter and m y v o i c e h a s b e e n heard. P. A. Thetic

Continued from page 1

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S t u d e n t s h a v e b e g u n t o speak

was

passed

around

with

g a i n i n g a l m o s t 2 4 1 . 5 signatures.

attack

(See petition on p a g e 15). " W e all d e s e r v e t h e right t o

out

respect and dignity. Any suggestion that this has not happened in this

DeFired. "With

matter is incorrect." Reportedly, D e F i r e d ,

o n the s t u d e n t w h o r e f u s e d to do h o m e w o r k on a Sunday,

c h o o s e not t o w o r k o n S u n d a y s , "

j o i n e d the P o p e C o l l e g e s t a f f

the

year, a n d

- d o n ' t l o o k o p m j skin tour.

in 2 0 0 2 , r e c e i v e d evaluations from

student organizer. In an interview prior t o t h e

(Mndsar m i l l e r , mcghan wtlcox. angle laug

who enjoyed taking naps on

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Sundays. "When

positive students

the

petition

Pope College treats all people with

who

about

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situation

the

(alleged)

rest-phobic now

chalkings

last

this s u s p i c i o u s

situation surrounding DeFired, t h e m e s s a g e t h a t P o p e C o l l e g e is s e n d i n g t o s t u d e n t s a n d f a c u l t y is

the

decision

c a m e d o w n that I w o u l d not

v e r y clear: You a r e n o t w e l c o m e t o rest h e r e , " J a c k V a n P r o t e s t e r

s h o c k e d , " D e F i r e d said in an

( ' 0 7 ) said. S t u d e n t s also held a rally in

interview last w e e k .

honor of DeFired on Oct. 23 where

be

receiving

tenure,

1 was

said M e l a n i e V a n d e r L a z y ( ' 0 8 ) , a

rally, D e F i r e d stated, " I f J e s u s rose from the dead o n a S a b b a t h , w h y c a n ' t s t u d e n t s rest s a f e from the notion o f s t u d y i n g a n d r e a d i n g on the S a b b a t h ? Satirist emeritus. Cameron,

Kirk

came out of retirement

to contribute

to this article.

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environments," Friedmeyer said. "Few things c a u s e t h e m e n o u g h distress to warrant

squirrels tend to be m o r e astute r o d e n t s than

b e h a v i o r a l c h a n g e s o f this m a g n i t u d e . " W h e n a s k e d w h a t c o u l d c a u s e s uch distress, F r i e d m e y e r a n s w e r e d . " I ' m not particularly sure, a l t h o u g h I h a v e noticed that P o p e C o l l e g e

others o f the s a m e variety that 1 h a v e studied.

the scene. "It w a s stuck t o a tree in t h e Pine G r o v e

It c o u l d be a n y n u m b e r of t h i n g s . "

b y a piece o f old g u m . Its e d g e s h a v e small

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pin-like holes p o k e d in t h e m as if by c l a w s , " R e e d said. " A n d in bold b l a c k letters it says,

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specifics such

development

race. " W e d o n ' t , a s w e like to say,

company

founded

by a l u m n u s A. Tad M o o r e ( ' 7 2 1/2), that will send e v e r y Pope College computer science major to S a w p h t w h e r e for a y e a r - l o n g internship, in e x c h a n g e for the production

of

recruiting

video

the c h a n g e a b l e race feature o f the

in the w a k e o f n e w s that P o p e

loosely b a s e d upon one o f the

video g a m e s , noting that it m a y

C o l l e g e has failed t o m e e t its

nation's

diversity

series. E l e c t r o n i c A r t s ' T h e Sims. %, 0ur h o p e for P o p e C o l l e g e ' s

benefit diversity on c a m p u s . " T h i s definitely is o n e small

for

the

straight year. "Pope College

needs

d i v e r s i f y its student

95th

best-selling

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one g i n o r m o u s leap f o r w a r d for

body and

p r o s p e c t i v e student a g l a n c e into

is to recruit t h r o u g h

e v e r y d a y life at P o p e C o l l e g e ; a

diversity. H o p e f u l l y , it will s h o w our prospective students how

m e t h o d s that are i n n o v a t i v e a n d

life full o f c o l o r in m a n y d i f f e r e n t a s p e c t s . We feel that T h e S i m s

s t u d e n t s , " D o o b y said.

one w a y

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m e e t i n g s , they w e r e g i v e n a f r e e pedometer. (Stylewatchers: The

PASTA CONSIERGE

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y e a r at P o p e C o l l e g e program "Health and

p e d o m e t e r s w e r e o r a n g e and b l u e with a picture o f the Vatican and

a n d e v e r y t w o w e e k s s u b m i t the n u m b e r s to the c o l l e g e " F a i l u r e to d o s o will result in

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promoted Dean of Health, Wellness, Multicultural, International and

for p r o f e s s o r s and faculty. The all-faculty meeting

devices programmed to them. T h e s e

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i m p o r t a n c e o f p r o f e s s o r s ' health. The administration announced

P r o f e s s o r s h a v e been instructed to enter the steps they h a v e taken

Pope C o l l e g e student tuition will

at the end o f e a c h d a y into their

b e increased in order t o f u n d the ' H e a l t h and Wellness P r o g r a m . "

K n o w P o p e Plus a c c o u n t . U n d e r the " H e a l t h and W e l l n e s s " m e n u ,

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