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get tax help from VITA - Southeastern Oklahoma State University
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February 13,
Volume 77, Number 18
1 997
page 8
Southeastern Oklahoma State University
Durant, Oklahoma 74701
KSSU
There
two new voices
are
comes
coming
over
the
airwaves in Durant. The radio station at South
eastern is
trying something
new.
Southeastern has initiated its first
morning
show. 9 1 .9 FM, KSSU, "The voice of SOSU"
is back on the air after a semester of transmitter
problems.
After studying research on the listening pat
terns of people, they determined that most
people listen to their radio in the morning while
preparing for work or school.
The staff then received a proposal from two
very determined guys, saying that they wanted
to host a morning show on the college radio
back "delirious
station. The staff was excited about this idea, so
the guys prepared for their launch into the
world of morning radio.
First, there had to be
"Are
students. So came the name ofthe show, Deliri
ous
with Dave and Aubrey. With a name, Dave
and
Aubrey
tions
scholarships taxable?" "What
does
earned income credit mean?" "Do I have to
file
return if my
a
parents include
me on
their
tax return?"
These
questions and many others can be
by trained students participating in
the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA)
answered
program.
The VITA center is located in the audito
Shawn Runyan, freshman in wildlife conservation,
found a chair outside of the Morrisson building to
rest in while
Dana
waiting for
his ride home,
rium
on
(photo by
from 6 to 8 p.m. through
7. The center will be closed March 17
and March 3 1 for school holidays. No reserva
Bookstore up for lease
Becky
Bids
store contractors in the U.S.
Ridenour
were
also
received from Follett, Wallace and Texas book
the status of the campus bookon book costs to students
and
its
effects
store
companies," said Johnson.
"The university will continue
being put to rest. For a long period of time
the university has been looking at options to
enable them to recover their large investment
in book inventory.
the property and the chosen contractor will
basically lease. A final decision should be
Rumors
on
are
"Most schools look at
some
type of alterna
tives when budgets have been cut.
bookstore to
usually
a
a
major
Leasing the
bookstore contractor is
viable alternative," said
Raymond
Johnson, assistant vice president, business af
has
given approval
for this leasing; however, the university has not
Regents
reached a final decision on which contractor to
lease with.
requested proposals for leasing
companies. Bids were accepted
"We
four
from
from
Barnes and Noble, one of the two largest book
to maintain
made any day now. We are negotiating pres
ently with Barnes and Noble, even though no
definite decision has been made. If all goes
well, there won'tbe any noticeable changes in
were set to
are
few
serve-yourself
incorporated
changes to speed up the process of students
purchasing books.
"All jobs are still secure and all present
employees will stay on the payroll. I think
students will observe quicker service, same
pricing and overall better service," said
Johnson.
a
flyer
to be
KSSU, page 8
VITA
B esides earning extra credit for the Taxation
to Edward
Hobbs, coordinator
phasis is on teaching individuals how to file a
return rather than just completing it for them.
"I look at it as a learning process," Hobbs
said. "If they need it this year, they won't be
back next year because they have learned to
prepare them (tax returns) on their own."
The program is designed to assist taxpayers
who file simple tax returns such as the 1 040EZ,
1 040A or 1 040 (Schedule A or B) Taxpayers
.
II class, the program offers students
good
opportunity to perform community service.
"Some people have never filed before," said
Bobbie Crawford, senior in accounting and
computer information systems. "They are un
sure of what to do. After they leave they have
more confidence and are not apprehensive about
filing
next
a
year."
Crawford enjoys the
challenge
of
applying
what she learned in class to "real world situa
tions."
complex returns should seek the
services of a paid tax professional, according
more
"It is one thing to do one or two problems out
see
to Hobbs.
VITA, page 8
enviornmental pollutants
The debate team of Southeastern has had another
season on
the
college
debate circuit.
tion of hazardous waste.
popular cases on this topic include global
warming, species diversity, and the subject of environ
Other
This year the resolution (topic) is "Resolved: the
federal government should increase regulations to
mental racism.
substantially decrease the production and /or emission
of environmental pollutants
this season, one at Southwest Texas State and the other
"
.
The team this year consists of Matt Gerber, senior in
Sarah Umlauf, freshman in biology.
Gerber and Aul act as assistant coaches andresearch
a
computer and design
on a
see
and assistant professor of accounting, the em
with
get
needed.
Johnson stressed that the only changes to be
pricing,
pricing," said Johnson.
use
for free?
Freshman debators discuss
outstanding
aids for the freshman debaters.
The team is directed by Shannon McCraw, director
forensics.
The
squad will be traveling to two more tournaments
at the Novice National
Championships at Northwestern
University in Chicago.
Although the team will not participate at the National
Debate Tournament at Liberty University, everyone
involved is hopeful next season the team can make the
jump into the varsity division and return Southeastern to
the National Debate Tournament.
Gerber and Aul attended the National Debate Tourna-
The squad has traveled to tournaments in Las Vegas,
North Texas and
Baylor University.
The freshmen posted two or more wins at each of
these tournaments in the junior varsity division.
This season, the affirmative case presented by the
team involves increased restrictions on the incinera
ment in 1 994, 1 995 and 1 996.
While there
debate
of yet on next season's
can bet the debaters will spend lots of
is no
topic, one
library
time in the
word
as
as soon as
the
topic is released.
Cravens and Umlauf, both Texas natives, will be
returning next season to debate for Southeastern.
appointed to
international academy
Masters
"When you accept
Kim Bumstead
position like .this you
said. "I don't
Masters
commitment,"
commit to these type of things unless I can put
make
The world is
shrinking and the importance
of international trade and business affects all
of us.
Robert Masters, dean of the School of Busi
ness, will be able to have some
impact on the
a newly
education of international business as
elected member to the Board of Directors of
the International
Academy of Business Disci
plines.
According
longing
to
Masters,
the benefits of be
to the IABD include
"interfacing with
all other business academia from all
world, which is different than
over
the
dealing with
professors from the U.S." and having South
eastern
represented in international leader
supervisor, Joe Wiley, executive
vice president of academic affairs, supports
these kinds of endeavors which helped make
that his
his decision easy.
The IABD was established eight years ago
as a world wide, non-profit organization, es
tablished to foster and promote education in all
of the functional and support
disciplines
business.
The main focus of the IABD is
of
unifying
extending knowledge in areas of business
to ultimately create integrating theory that spans
on
and
cultural boundaries.
ship.
The time and travel
commitments
initially
a
a
100 percent towards them."
Masters added that he has comfort in know
ing
a concern
of Mastprc
Kevin
were
see
MASTERS,
page 8
to
college students want to get
Food!" Free food is an excellent
help from
communication; Heather Aul, senior in communica
tion; Billy Cravens, freshman in communication; and
all book contractors
people
listen. "What do
begin.
standard
as
would be
fairs.
The Board of
Building
Monday night
April
Bell)
the third floor of the Russell
on
"How do you
a success
morning when you wake up?" was incentive to listen to a radio show. Dave and
the question they asked. The answer came
Aubrey spent the next day visiting local restau
faster than they realized. After a good night' s
rants. They managed to get quite a few of the
rest, they woke up to the answer.
restaurants interested in their show and to
They concluded that when you wake up you donate prizes.
feel, delirious; a perfect name for a morning
Then they needed to promote their show to
show that is directed to an audience of college let
everyone know about it. Dave managed to
According
<
a name.
The next step to make the show
to get prizes that would entice
was
feel in the
Students get tax
Kim Bumstead
n
Lyle, freshman
in
psychology,
time out between classes to shoot
a
and
Clay Archey, freshman in pre-medicine, take
few games of pool, (photo by Dana Bell)
the
outheastern
1997
ruary13,
Southeastern
Oklahoma
University
State
Illegal parking Ideal heart
endangers
"I
you in the spirit of hostility and
menace!" Oh, wait, this isn't the Republican
National Convention, sorry.
In the last week or two, I have had several
unrelated persons ask me what drug I take
other's lives
Renee
by
It's
Laney
frosty Monday morning
a
before I write my column.
This ticks me off like a
as
you
onto the Southeastern
drive your car
campus anxious to get to your 8:30
class.
a. m.
The parking lot in front ofthe Admin
istration
come to
building is tightly packed with
cars.
a
vacant
parking spot somewhere in front of the
math building.
As the windshield wipers vigorously
too,
,
packed full of
are
"the hit man."
things, I watched
Jesse Helms the other day say that U.S. involvementin the International Chemical Weap
ons Treaty would be a bad idea.
Where do these people come from? True,
it
can see
Oh, I bet Mike would
Day, haven't we all?
anxiously waiting, I asked myself,
"What would make the ideal V-Day?"
Then I answered my question. Using a
patented mathematical formula I developed, I
computed the perfect Valentine's Day.
The result: Watching a big pink fuzzy rabid
rabbit hop onto the set ofMTV s Singled Out"
and systematically kill everyone would be
'
dumping
enter
dltor-l
hilaf
of
rabid
big
nerve gas, but
shouldn't national protection against chemical
warfare
plnl
dlt:
Renee
Laney
before Mr. Helms' air
come
supply?
Isrlaf
edit
Jenlpher Kruchowski
planet of chemicals whose purpose is to wipe
out mass populations.
If this were a more perfect world, this Sun
day afternoon we Could all watch Mike Wall ace
give Jesse Helms a deep, cold stare and ask,
"What in the hell were you thinking?" But, I
digress...
"
dlt:
Kim Bumstead
cJit
Dana Bell
raphl
dlt:
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you we've wrep fwrwo
MONTHS AND WMEVERTALK
ASOUT ANYTHIHG?
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automo
biles.
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Upon deciding that parking in front of
the B aptist Student Union will make you
Clint Qoad
ataff
writ
David Willias
late for class, you decide to search the lot
in front of the
Tracy Moore
The U.S. should take the lead of ridding the
While
an
Day
Senator Helms is one-fifth
to Valentine' s
hot cup of chamo
which brings up an
Some guy is
now.
"
Another point, I have been looking forward
a
who agree to do
interview with Mike Wallace thinking?
I
Speaking
like to know what kind of books I read."
Sure I have my eccentricities. For instance,
every Sunday afternoon I enjoy watching 60
drinking
mile or Earl Grey tea,
interesting point.
What are the people
Now that would be Valentine's
interview.
good
a
ext. 2696
tainment
And while he' s making the river glow, Mike
bear
(405)924-0121
perfectly ideal. Wouldn't it?
"
friend of mine, Albert
Einstein, said it best when he said, "Imagina
tion is more important than knowledge."
the cold rain from your view,
you cruise through the lots near the sci
ence and Fine Arts buildings finding
by Russell Gray
TTien this guy thinks,
I believe
remove
they
monkey
a
Durant, OK
74701-0609
plutonium in the Potomac river after sending in
his "fixed" income tax return just before he met
someone in a darkened ally who calls himself
trap.
Minutes while
You drive on hoping to find
day suggested
Wallace calls him via cell phone and asks for an
in
Box 4237
Justin Ross
computer science build
ing.
busi
You spy a vacant place on the far end
of the lot when someone with maneuver
Terry Jones
1 DON'T KN0WANYTHIN6
skills better than yours beats you to
ing
ABOUT POUTICS.
the spot.
Finally, you decide parking on the far
end of the lot
tration
building
Dr. Pam Bumstead
from the Adminis
across
needs internal controls
will have to do.
On the way to class you notice several
and
possibly soaked
when
they get
to
class.
If this scenario
seems
familiar you're
H
VMHHMMMi
What seems to be the most irritating is
the fact that people are parking illegally
parking
for all.
to convenience themselves while mak
ing
it harder
on some
and
endangering
the lives of all of us.
A
good example of selfishness is
someone parking in a handicapped
marked zone without an adequate tag.
People are doing this and not only
does it inconvenience those who really
need the space, but it really shows a lack
of thankfulness for not needing the space.
There are those who park illegally,
squeezing their vehicle into an invisible
spot
at the end of a row near a main
traffic road.
The Theory of Relativity is wrong! No, I am
not
talking
referring to
about Einstein's
I
Theory.
the current trend in
practice is very dangerous be
cause someone pulling out of the lot is
unable to see oncoming traffic.
They just have to pull out and hope
nation
our
which propagates the theory of moral relativity
and situational ethics.
like
"
if it
,
I
*
"
mantra chant of today s higher learning,
is
no
there
if it feels
sounds right but does it mean I
one
if it feels
obviously
good
to me?
can
rape some
The answer is
'
no.
I believe it was Oliver W. Holmes that once
"
said, and I paraphrase, the right to swing your
fist ends when it hits my nose."
The question used to be, where do you draw
the line? Now the question is, should there be
any line at all?
There must be
a
a
standard line,
fire
sitting
of internal controls.
is
or even
might think.
a free society,
the
such
as
system
Every day new layers
of
stripped from our social structure,
and every day another girder of morality is torn
ethics
at home
are
from our collective
'
~
history.
Quite frankly, America is losing her soul. I
we can stop this trend, ( I am not a
fatalist) and save our nation for the ones whom
will
students under the
come
after
Department
of Communication
and Theatre
on
during the
weekly during the
*
and
holidays.
us.
In The
Opinions expressed
Southeastern do not
necessarily represent those of
We
administration.
affect
summer,
except during examinations
the student
can
Wednesday
school year and bi
Here's where it gets real. It starts with you
and I. We must examine our own motivations.
change, but we must be willing
to sacrifice. We can never underestimate the
power of the individual to effect a society.
The solution is as simple as this: love God
it?
your neighbor as you do yourself.
What's that? The absolute truth?
body, faculty,
or
Opinions
appearing in by-lined articles,
columns
or
letters
those of
are
the individual writer. Opinions
in
unsigned
editorials
are
those
of the editorial board.
It is the
only true and workable solution to
our ethics problems in government, moral cor
ruption in our schools, and the decline of our
modern religious institutions. It is truly a point
to ponder.
more.
truth is
by Tribunp Mnriia Sprviros
Letters to the editor must be
signed, although
names may
be withheld upon request to the
editor and the adviser.
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Anonymous letters
will not be
.
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published. Letters
must also
include the author's address
zone.
and
These spaces are reserved for rescue
vehicles in case of an emergency.
Parking
instrument for
*
believe
some things are abso
simple
lutely right and some things are absolutely
wrong. It has always been and it will always
John Adams said in 1798, Our Constitu
tion was made for a moral and religious people,
point
,
with all your mind, will and emotions, and love
absolute truth then there could be
representative democracy.
really takes the front row of
parking irritations is those who
a
case are
entire
I
ours, must maintain its freedom with a
Everyone is entitled to disagree with this
line of thinking,but consider this: if thereis one
especially in
Distributed
My
us
or
would have to be true all of the time wouldn't
The
Wolfbane
other."
"any
waiting for their husbands to come home, and
for daddy to tell them a bedtime story.
A man that pays for sex with a prostitute is
distroying his own soul.
The idea of prostitution being legalized and
the very fact people would support such legis
lation, tells me just how much damage situ
ational ethics has done to our society.
Concerning the assumption there is no abso
lute truth, would require an absolute truth. It
do it"
good,
What
park in
The victims in this
point of
Larry Flint blush with shame.
"
illuminated among
prostitution, a victimless crime.
There is no such thing as a victimless crime.
slogans have brought our nation to a
moral decay that would make even
The statement,
be, regardless of what you,
of legalizing
absolute truth."
These
for the government of
One may ask why I'm even talking about
this. Recently 20/20 ran a story on the question
talking about? Simply, slogans
feels good, do it," and the popular
am
wholly inadequate
any other."
We are progressing to the
am
for the best
these
it is
"
This
teaching
published
-
What
inconvenient at times, there is adequate
as a
journalism
not alone.
While parking at Southeastern seems
The Southeastern is
by Joseph J. Jackson
parked illegally on striped areas or
grass and you wonder why you don't
just join the illegally parked crowd.
cars
At least these folks won't be winded
m
in such
a
number for
verification. The editor
space will not only
the
cost you a ticket from the campus police
right to edit letters for space
limitations and to comply wKh
but may produce a burden of fault for
such a person should there be an actual
emergency situation happen where
people's lives are at risk
Even if you have to come to school an
telephone
libel laws.
Every effort will beN
made to preserve the
Integrity
.
hour
early to get your favorite parking
place, or, if you have to hike from the
farther end of any parking lot, at least
you won't have that gnawing guilt feel
ing, knowing you are risking the lives of
others just because you are too lazy to
make an adjustment.
of the letter. Letters
may be
Sex
Let
such
me
a
by
honest
question: Why is
seems
these
days
that
questions to
which nobody has
are some
answers."
Unknown
(sexual) pleasure?
Actually,the daytime scene is quite mild.
How many people have a subscription to
our
society is
No let me rephrase tha.t. American society
,
has been
candy-coated in it with no possible
of
way
reverting back to any decency we once
.
somehow supposed to please
the carnal passions and desires of all the day
time viewers.
room scenes are
Although I do watch soaps sometimes to
get a good laugh I don't watch them to gain
some sort of sexual pleasure. (If
any readers
watch for the acting, I am not talking to you).
Honestly, why don't people want more out
of themselves than the
mere
fulfillment of
referring
to
those at this
moment. I am referring to the fact that America
is obsessed with
sex.
The
Turn on your television after 1 0 p.m. on any
cov
When you turn on daytime television, what
is it you see (besides bad acting)?
Drawn out storylines wrapped around bed
means; I am not
mailed to the above address
night, and you will find the most repulsive
display of trash I think I have ever seen.
These people have no regard for each other.
They don' t care who they wake up with or how
many times they are with a different person.
I know these people are merely actors work
ing for a paycheck, but I also know that they are
portraying an image of which I don't particu
larly care.
What about the matter of AIDS?
This disease came about only in the past 30
years. I know that there were other contribut
ing factors
sickness
that
we
helped
know
as
breed the strand of
AIDS, such
drugs,
living additions, and, yes, sex.
Horfestly though, it is still spreading.
Some people get this disease through other
as
image that gets pumped through this
country is leading us down a road from which
Subscriptions are $10 per year.
Advertising
rate cards are
t
available upon request
there is
no return, if no control is taken over
what is put out on the "information
highway."
Adult entertainment would be just that if
only adults were the ones viewing it; unfortu
nately, they are not. It is very easy for kids to
be exposed to this adult entertainment. Both
television and magazines hand it to them on a
silver platter.
The only thing I can do is take a
step back
and look at the destruction taking place around
me.
the
outheastern
Oklahoma Collegiate Press
Association
Oklahoma Press Association
I do believe
sex is a beautiful
thing, at the
time
and
I
wish
that it could
proper
place. just
be regarded as the beautiful thing that it is.
With the misuse that it has had, I only
pray that
some people realize the
long lasting effects it
can have on a life before it is too late.
or
delivered to Fine Arte 203.
*
Cinemax?
sex.
had.
"The educated man is
one who has finally
discovered that there
carnal
sex
If anyone has a truthful jeal answer for me
I would like to find out
It
^x
an
of our culture
part
David Willis
by
part of our culture?
ered with
Words to live
ask
becoming
too much a
Associated
Collegiate
Press
Student Press Law Center
College
Media Advisers
the
outheastern
February 13,
1997
available in the Office of
Admissions and Records
(A309) and Department of
uicii-ti
The Southeastern Dance
Company auditions are open
for all interested students. No
experience is required. The
auditions will be on
Thursday, Feb. 20 from 5:30
to 7:30 p.m. and on Friday,
Feb. 21 from 3 to 5 p.m. in
Mathematics (MTH 1 1 6.)
Deadline is Friday, Feb. 28.
the Visual and Performing
Arts Center. A Student
American Association of
University Women (AAUW) is
taking applications for the
AAUW Undergraduate
Scholarship. Applications
are
ring
tutoring in:
physics, Spanish, economics,
management science,
computers, accounting or art
If you need
call ext. 2558 for information.
uat
Students who
plan to
graduate this Spring with an
undergraduate degree need
to secure from their major
field department chairperson
Directed Showcase will be
May 3.
written verification of all
The BSA and other local
students will be sponsoring
song, dance, drama and
poetry presentation entitled
"African American Anthem" in
the Little Theatre on Feb. 1 9
at
7p.m.
Baptist Student Union
invites everyone to hear the
The
The submissions deadline for
poetry, prose, short stories
'
and art work for Green Eggs
and Hamlet are Feb. 14.
Submission forms are
available in both the Art
department and the English
department.
life-changing experience of
Mike Wall,
a rescue
the Oklahoma
deadline for
finalizing
graduation plans will be
Friday, April 4, 1 997. An
appointment is recomended.
rid
worker at
City bombing
work for the major,
obtain an official copy of all
transfer work not already on
file in the Registrars' office
and make an appointment for
the final graduation check in
the Registrars' office. The
course
a
Manylo Black, freshman in chemistry, and Joe "Country" Nault, sophmore in conservation,
play ball on one of the warmer days of this semester, (photo by Kim Bumstead)
\ns ici
The International students
please---
association will be sponsoring
their second annual
Students who have been
through the Regisrtrar's office
The dates for Savage
cheerleader auditions have
been set. There will be a
Valentines Party tonight at
9:30 in the Side Walk Cafe.
They will be playing bingo,
and finalized
Sunday, April 19
tryouts will be
Wednesday, April 26. There
giving prizes and
tonight at 9
clinic
p.m.
on
and the
will also be various clinics set
up before these two dates.
For more information contact
Liz McCraw in the office of
plans but have
paid the $20 fee, need to
do so as soon as possible.
The fee should be paid in the
not
refreshments will be provided.
The general student
population is invited to join in
the festivites. For
more
business office and the
receipt presented to the
Registrar's office. Make your
appointment today.
information contact the office
of student life.
The Student Publications
office will be closed all day
Tuesday, Feb. 1 8.
Student Ufe
Today
at 5 p.m. will be the
deadline for student
The
new
Super Savage
Leaders for this year have
been named. There is a list
in the office of
government applications.
There will be a meeting
following the deadline at 5:30
studen^ll^^^ fqrall delegates.
spending
I en*
in
Happy Valentines day to
everyone from the Student
Publications Staff.
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and Internet
Sylvia Stayton, 63 year old
grandmother of 1 0, was
arrested and convicted of a
misdemeanor for interfering
with an officer on official
police business. Her crime,
depositing fifteen cents in
two parking meters that had
expired. TheCincinati
resident will face up to 90
days in jail and a $750 fine.
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cat
to be
adaptable bobcat is
a variety of habi
The
Barnes said.
"During
his
found in
last week of bottle feeding
tats, from mountain ranges
to prairies, from subtropi
he went
through
a
nipple
pet
Being so strong for its
realitively small size, it
kills its larger prey by bit-
cal of bobcats.
"He chews up and eats
towels, blankets, socks,
shoestrings, shoes, furni
ture, pillows and shirts,"
cal swamps to deserts.
Bobcats even are right at
Barnes said. "He tries my
home
living with Clay
Barnes, sophomore in
patience daily."
wildlife conservation.
(named after Bob) when
he was 16 days old. Seger
items, Seger has certain
toys he likes. Barnes said
that once he gets one, it is
impossible to get it away
is
from him.
Barnes purchased Seger
little
a
than six
more
months old
Seger
now.
<t
X
declawed for
within two to three
"
weeks
be
taming
gin early. The gestation
period for bobcats is ap
proximately 45 days,"
so
can
N
be reared to be tame,
and
are
that he still isn't
wild," Barnes said.
The law
ers to
?>
have
requires own
sales receipt
a
from a licensed breeder and
special license from the
Department of Wildlife
a
to describe
begin
protection.
Just because he is be-
mean
boisterous pets.
And boisterous doesn't
even
litter box
ing raised as a pet, it doesn't
Barnes said. "The kittens
can
uses a
for elimination, just like a
housecat; and he has been
For pets, they are usually taken from their moth
ers
household
Besides
that must be renewed each
Seger.
Seger is active and en
ergetic," Barnes said. "He
is very playful, but rough,
and usually too rough for
regular housecats. Even
year.
*-
he is small, he is
Clay
u
very strong.
Seger' s appetitie
Barnes and
wild, but with some differ
every feeding, so we
switched him over to Kal-
ences.
Kan cat food.
bits and hares, to ruffled
and sharp-tailed grouse,
ice
trace of
However, these hors
are not on
the
Seger.
"For the first month,
Seger
was
cream
hamburgers,
and mashed po
tatoes."
A bobcat is about the
size of a retriever
chickadee.
for
bottle-fed
<*
*.
Bobcats are good swim
water.
menu
in front of the
to eat.
of the skull.
With his
mers, but rarely go into the
d'oeuvres
belonging
Building looking for something
can
ing and clawing at the base
Kal-Kan, he also enjoys
squirrel
Clay Barnes, attacks the trash
Seger
McDonald's
a
to
If,
appetites running from rab
Bobcats in the wild have
and
pet bobcat
also
compares to bobcats in the
red
Seger,
Fine Arts
it
though
:
a
a
for
mula of eggs, yogurt, baby
cereal, evaporated milk and
chicken or beef babyfood,"
dog.
typically
striped and spotted with
black, providing it excellent camouflage.
Its coat is
Still, during hot
weather they sometimes sit
in
pools
of water to
keep
cool.
"Seger
loves to be out
doors and loves the water
(especially
the
toilet),"
Barnes said. "He bites con
stantly when he is playing
at 5 a.m. when he
Wild bobcats creep up
on their prey until they are
wants breakfast"
close enough to pounce on
and kill the animal.
Seger has large teeth and
strong jaws, which is typi-
even
Seger was named for the musical artist, Bob Seger.
Text
by
Becky Ridenour
Photos by
Dana Bell
'
Clay Barnes hugs and kisses Seger, his bobcat.
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the
outheastern
February 1 3,
1 997
Theatre raises
Wintle directs
money for
opera festival
David Willi
all his hard work.
The
Students from Southeastern
along with students from Okla
homa Baptist University are
preparing opera scenes for the
Oklahoma Opera Festival
to
which will be presented on Sat
ous
urday, Feb. 22
at 7:00.
Southeastern will perform a
scene
from the
Marriage
of
Figaro by Mozart.
The opera program at South
Festival
Opera
Padraza, who
director of
was
opera theater at that time.
The purpose ofthe festival is
i
bring opera students of vari
Oklahoma universities to
gether with a nationally known
director in
an
educational set
ting.
The director for this years
festival will be Edwin Quistorff
,
eastern and the coordination of
the opera festival is under the
professor of
direction of Mrs. Betty Wintle.
Quistorff holds music
Southeastern students in
volved will be
Ashley Owens,
Brandie Jones, Emily Rodgers,
Ruiel Doonkeen, and Christian
Morgan.
The
scene
will be accompa
nied
by Ken Johansen, staff
accompanist.
I'm really looking forward
to my first Oklahoma Opera
Festival," said Betty Wintle, in
structor of music. "I'm privi
leged to have such a wonderful
group of vocal students partici
music at Central
Missouri State
University.
degrees
from DePaul University and
Northwestern University.
He has been
teacher of
a
for more than thirty
years and has directed and per
formed in many operas and ora
singing
torios.
The
T>
pating. I'm also very thankful
to Ken Johansen for energy and
was
startedin 1988 by the late Pablo
for the Okla
funding
homa OperaFestival is provided
by the Oklahoma Arts Council.
Support is also provided by the
Red River Arts Council and the
Durant Chamber ofCommerce.
The festival starts
Thurs
on
day, Feb. 20. All rehearsals will
be open to the public.
Theatre at Southeastern is pre
senting a melodrama by Bill
drama.
Johnson to benefit the Oklahoma
Southeastern Theatre students.
Shakespearean Festival (OSF).
The theatrical production en
titled "Dirty Work at the Cross
roads" or Tempted, Tried and
Also in this play
All Characters
Amber
Performances will be Thurs
15, in Southeastern's Visual and
Asterbilt and is also the assistant
Performing Arts Center (VPAC).
The play is reminiscent of the
silent films when they came into
director of the
by
color and sound.
ior in theatre, and Fleurette- Misti
,
General admission for "Dirty
Works" is $ 1 5 and reduced admis
love of her life Adam Oakhart,
is $13.
will be
sion for senior citizens, and South
For information call (405) 924-
played by Jeremy Macguouirk,
freshman in theatre.
There
0121 ext. 2944between2:30and5
N
p.m. weekdays. Tickets
available.
array of charac
ters with stereotypical names that
are an
make up this
Gay- 1 890' s
Dixie
Stampede is one of many Dollywood productions
owned by
Dolly Parton. Doolen is a
Alpha Sigma Tau sorority, as well
academic organizations on campus.
member of
as
various
Doolen will
*
graduate
served
from Southeastern in
as a
May. She
has
teacher assistant for the Durant High
School program and is currently student teaching
at Branson
High.
Doolen also teaches piano and
violin lessons to many students,
Symphonic
Jennlpher
Kruchowski
we
melo-
Chorvettes travel back
to the Fabulous Fifties
Musical
The Chorvettes
providing
opportunity to
travel back in time on Friday, Feb.
14 and Saturday, Feb. 15 with their
dinner show, the "Fabulous Fif
ties."
be in the Fine Arts Recital
Dinner and the show will start
Hall unless otherwise noted.
at 6:30 p.m. in the Ballroom on the
Faculty
Recital:
decided to invite
campus of Southeastern.
Craige, director ofthe Chorvettes.
After the performance, there
will be a mini-sock hop with audi
ence participation.
up by the Three Valley Museum
where authentic fifties memora
pler era," said Craige. "The '50s
ite
Unchained
want to
,50soutfit--letterjackets/sweat-
ers, cheerleader
Charles
uniforms, poodle
Also, audience members will
be able to request their favorite
number to add to the enjoyment of
the
were a
no one
show
Wintle, soprano; Ken
Johansen,
pianist;
well as other contest winners.
lyrics
gram, call
as
had to worry about explicit
or bad subject matter."
The conceit will feature trom
Gregg, director
selling
a
For reservations to the dinner
or to
order
a
singing
924-0121,
ext
tele
2244.
Monday, Feb. 24 at 7:30p.m.
Guest Faculty Recital:
Starla Hibler, pianist Tues
day, Feb. 25 at 7:30 p.m.
University Chorale and
Chamber Singers Conceit.
Tuesday, March 4 at 7:30p.m.
Faculty Recital: John
Solomons. Thursday, March
6 at 7:30 p.m.
Junior Recital:
David
March 13 at 7:30 p.m.
of bands at Antlers
and
High School
guest conductor, John
a
Parnell, conductor of bands
at
High School.
Symphonic Band, which
usually plays more advanced mu
sic than the conceit band, consists
of music
talented
majors as well as other
university students.
u,
The Chorvettes perform one of their many song and dance routines during
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Cost for the '50s dinner show is
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a contest a week after the conceit."
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Brand new weight
machines and cardio
Help
much sim
der floated across the airwaves and
Band on Thursday, Feb. 20, at the
Southeastern Visual and Perform
BOSCO'S GYM
as
evening.
a
In addition to the dinner show,
the Chorvettes
sing
ing telegram for $10. A singing
telegram with a balloon is $14, or
a singing telegram and fudge for
prices ranging from $12.50 to
$22.50, depending on the size of
the fudge ordered.
"The gala will be a time to kick
back and remember
bilia will be on display to the pub
lic.
skirts and saddle oxfords. There
The
they have
couch potato!
Come get in shape at
its way (if not already) to
becoming the classic of the pop
on
genre.
There will be a '50s exhibit set
val, Thursday through Satur
day Feb. 20-22;concert on
For those audience members
said the '50s music is
Craige
well
"If you are lucky, Elvis just
might pay a visit," saichMary Ann
really
get into the
spirit, they can dress in their favor-
bands. "The concert also benefits
Don't be
lip sync contest,
dance contest.
who
their first conceit in conjunction
with the Durant Middle School
bone soloist Chris
a
hoola
p.m.
Southeastern Opera Festi
Durant
(VPAC).
and
a
cert, Thursday, Feb. 20 at7:30
director of Southeastern
ing Arts Center
hoop contest,
a
A dinner of hamburgers,
cheeseburgers, hotdogs, fries and
shakes will be served by wait
resses on skates using original diner
lingo.
the middle school," said David
the middle school band;
Other contests include
are
audiences with the
being offered during Feb
Members of the Southeastern
Symphonic Band will perform in
Christy,
Sherry Quaid, who plays Nellie Lovelace, and Jeremy Macgouirk,
Oakheart, star in "Dirty Works at the Cross Roads"
presented to benefit OSF. (photo by Dana Bell)
asAdam
performs
We perform a lot with the high
school, and
still
Sturch, trumpet. Thursday,
(courtesyphoto)
band
are
*
Saturday, at 7 p.m.
Faculty Recital:
postion
stampede of Branson, Missouri.
spectacular."
eastern staff, facualty and students
Feb. 18 at 7:30 p.m.
Southeastern Band Con
Dixie
portrayed
freshman jun
Rhinegold, playedby LathaChampion junior in theatre.
They attempt to undermine the
happiness of the innocent heroine
Nellie Lovelace, played by Shari
Quaid freshman in theatre, and the
Vining, trombone. Tuesday,
recently accepted
Gomez,
manager for theatre at Southeast
ern says that she believes "the play
and his cohort, Ida
Chris Moore, trumpet; David
player for
Larissa
Gormley, freshman undecided.
Renee Wilborn, public rel ations
playedby Jason Kirkpatrik, sopho
more in theatre,
play.
Leonie Asterbilt is
The villain, Munro Murgatroyd,
Guest
fiddle
senior in
Harrington
Theatre, is playing Mrs. Upson
day, Friday and Saturday, Feb. 1 3-
are
as a
Thomas
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Avariety of free musical
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a
the following
Posey Jr., junior undecided,
slated
education, has
are
played by
characters: Widow Lovelace and
Little Nellie,
events
Kellie Doolen, senior in
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the
outheastern
February 13, 1997
Savages
son.
Kim Bumstead
But I didn' t realize we would
be this
Savages got off to a fast
start again on the road and beat the
Southwestern Bulldogs, 84-74, last
night in Weatherford
The Savages are now 20- 1 over
The
all and 9- 1 in the Oklahoma Inter
collegiate Conference (OIC).
They have a two game lead over
the second
place East Central
Ti
gers.
The Savages slipped one spot in
this week's NAIA
poll going into
Lady Savages drop to second
beat Bulldogs
good."
Robinson.
The senior
leadership comes
from Eric Woolley, Corey Carter,
Jeff Stanley, Kevin Gordon and
Jeff McCullough.
During the game against the
Bulldogs last night, the Savages
were led by David Glover's 26
points. The 6-5 center from Okla
"We
really
packed house. That's
reasons we
need
a
of the
one
work hard and
play
figures scoring 15
Kristian
and 13, respectively.
Eddie
had
nine.
Powell
Pipkins
scored eight. Jason Fletcher added
both in double
tired mistakes."
with
Savages don't get much
rest before Northeastern comes to
Robinson wasn't pleased with his
They shot 66 percent last night.
"I think we are a little more
focused
quite many dis
tractions. The kids get to sit on the
are
not
as
bus and think about the
game."
Not many would have guessed
that the Savages would have 20
wins in 21 games.
"I knew we had a special team,"
Robinson said.
"I didn't know
how
could be.
good they
Our
leadership comes from five seniors.
They do a super job. I knew we
would be pretty good for that rea
six.
Mike Gatewood tossed in
five, and Stanley had two.
The
The
town on
Saturday night,
"I
was
disappointed
have
a
overall and 8-2 in the conference
Coach
behind Southwestern at 1 8-3 over
all and 8-1 in the conference.
Tracy Bougere was top scorer
Lady Savages with 19
because I
for the
start.
ways been
Rangers invade
Bloomer Sullivan Gymnasium on
Monday, Feb. 17.
the Northwestern
philosophy here at
Southeastern that we are either get
or
getting
got
perfection
both scored 1 3
Natalie Gray both had four points.
The
on ev
the
"If s a constant battle. You have
and that is the
Championship,"
nities to support the Savages when
versity in Ada on Saturday,
22. Game time is 6 p.m.
Feb.
ages defeated USAO, 80-53, in
Gym
and
outscored Cameron, 88-81, last
opportu
the team goes to East Central Uni
Feb. 1.
on
OnMonday night, the Lady Sav
Bloomer Sullivan
Robinson said.
even more
into
Lady Bulldogs. They dug a
by losing at
Northwestern, 73-80,
improve everday. We're not
nearly good enough to go where
Fans have
came
hole for themselves
to
go,
Lady Savages
the game with an almost unheard
of four game winning streak over
play has nothing to do with it
National
points.
Tifney Kelly
points. Lari Ann
had six and DeShunda Babb and
ery single possession, and the score
has nothing to do with it. Who you
we want to
Mo Deeb had 15
Watson added 1 1 ; ShawnaFolsom
worse.
"To get better you have got to
play against the game. You have
to strive for
advantage in
the OIC post-season tournament.
The Lady Savages go to 19-3
Vickie Schved and
better
'-'
chance at the conference
title and home court
points.
ting
.
Lady Savages can only hope
that the Lady Bulldogs lose to East
Central University on Saturday to
out," Robinson said. "It has al
our
;.
close game,
a
didn' t feel that we closed the game
Savages also get to enjoy a
rare back-to-backhome stand when
-
in Weatherford.
Game time for this game is at 6
p.m. rather than the usual 8 p.m.
The
on
the
team's finish.
Feb. 15.
regular season back home
against Langston.
Feb. 24
With the loss to Southwestern,
*
15 difference.
the
The Lady Savages will travel to
Feb. 22 and finish
pivotal game for the eighthLady Savages, they now
fall to second place in the Okla
homa Intercollegiate Conference
(OIC).
The
a
to inclement weather.
on
A
team.
"There
tered the game averaging 60 per
cent from the field on the road.
East Central
ranked
a bad price to see a top
10, conference leading basketball
on the road," said
Robinson, following the game.
shooting Savages
en
90-85,
ulty. Not
were
road-weary Savages are
to returning home.
forward
looking
"We're tired right now,"
Robinson said. "We are making
The hot
of Southwestern in
It's free to all students and fac-
City entered the game aver
aging 1 1.5 points per game.
which was cancelled on Feb. 1 due
The Lady S avages lost their sec
ond game of the season last night
to the 12th ranked Lady Bulldogs
people, and they'd appreciate it if
they (the fans) would come out (to
the gym)."
Why not?
Savages continued their
winning streak this past week de
feating Cameron, 55-48, in Lawton
on Saturday night.
They also beat USAO, 84-69, at
home on Monday night.
The game against the USAO
Drovers saw the Savages up by 30
points before finishing the game
night's game ranked number
ninth in the nation.
last
Kim Bumstead
Our kids like to entertain
hard.
homa
Carter and Brandon Lee
with loss to Southwestern, 90-85
"We have got to win at home
both Saturday and Monday," said
Saturday in Langston.
The Lady Savages return home
for a matchup with Northeastern
Saturday, Feb. 15. Northwestern
will come to town
Feb. 17, to
play
a
on
Monday,
make-up game
Tifney Kelly had 13 points against the Southwestern
Lady Bulldogs, but ran into foul trouble early during the
second half of the game. The Lady Savages lost to
Southwestern, 90-85. (photo by Kim Bumstead)^
i
Intramural Basketball Schedule
All games
Feb. 18
are
played in
the Student
Activity Center on
the east
west side of the gym
or
Feb. 20
Pay Time
East
West
69ers-No Names
The Zoo-Revolutionaries
Scrappers-Tri Sigma
Sweathearts-Lady
7 p.m.
7:45
W
Th
Feb. 25
the
Savages top scorer last night
against the Southwestern Bulldogs with 26 points. He
is averaging 1 1 .5 points per game. Glover scored 12
points against USAO on Monday, Feb. 10. He is also
leading the OIC in field goal percentage shooting 61 .4
percent from the field, (photo by Kim Bumstead)
was
T
Scrubbs
NWO-Supermen
7 p.m.
7:45
8:30
Scrubs-Hogs
Revolutionaries-Hickory
Troopers-Supermen
Gators-Killa Bees
Warriors-DOC
Zoom-No Names
7 p.m.
No Names-Scrubs
7:45
The
Diggers-?
Hickory-The Zoo
Savages-Killa Bees
Lucky-Tri Sigma
Underdogs-Kappa Sigma
7 p.m
7:45
Brute
69ers-Hogs
8:30
Gators-The Zoo
8:30
David Glover
designated.
T
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Feb. 19
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1997
February 13,
Lady Savages
Kim Bumstead
"On any
day
we can come
out here and beat each
other,"
said Elaine Robinson, junior in
orCameroa Those schools offer
bined talents of the whole team
up to six full-ride scholarships and,
thus, attract the better tennis play
where, according
those
Coach Pat Mauldin should have
and
difficulty deciding who
play in which spot when
some
in the country.
"Usually the number one (from
ers
schools) is a foreign student
they are always awesome,"
As such, the
Lady Savages
rely on the com
Mauldin,
"on any given day, one will
beat the other one."
"I think
we are
year than last
Mauldin.
Robinson said.
see
better this
year,"
added
LADY, page 8
5>
all in
suggestion. Rather, "the
and Coach Mauldin sat
think
team
the
who should play in what spot.
"We are lucky we don' t have
pleasure to work with and
this weekend because he has been
world, we can hold our
offering
than
more
we
do pretty well. We'll be
sick
not
do,
the week.
However,
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a
team who has recruited from all
own," Mauldin said. 'Tor
new
year. He transferred to Southeast
ern from Laredo (Texas) Junior
two.
over the
him
under
Lavila is
for. Well, maybe a scholarship
playing
seen
this weekend."
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we are
do better
they'll
(Lavila)
competition," Miexel
said. "He has a good, all-around
game. He will play number one
play
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chance of
doubles team.
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fun to be around."
or
one reason
number
any personality conflicts,"
Mauldin said after practice.
more
good
a
experience."
The more experienced players
are Jaime Donjuan and Roberto
Lavila. The two will play in the
number one and two singles slots
during the season. They will also
team up playing as the Savages
nis court earlier this week and
discussed among themselves
What
an
is
concrete stands next to the ten
are a
two seasons on
finishing second," said Miexel. "I
pick
on
MEN, page 8
second year helping Keith Baxter
with the coaching responsibilities.
one," added Robinson.
They didn't use Robinson's
<nr
played
"We have
hat and
see
compete in men's tennis.
1993-1995, before becoming
Just follow
a
(gained
to do a lot
experience
year) and the
from last
assistant coach. Miexel is in his
Robinson's advice.
us
going
better because of
the tennis team for Southeastern in
Texas.
"Put
the killer
men
Miexel
in the Collin County
problem.
develop
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ence
Tournament, Friday and Satur
day, Feb. 14-15, in Piano,
No
"He needs to
instinct. He has all the skills.
begin play this week
end in the Collin County Tournament in Piano, Texas, Friday and
Saturday, Feb. 14-15.
According to Scott Miexel,
graduate student assistant coach,
this is a rebuilding year. However,
it is looking better than past years.
The Savages finished fourth last
season.
Only five teams in the
Oklahoma Intercollegiate Confer
the women's tennis team be
gins play
sea
begins
season
"I think he is
The
will have to
elementary education, about the
1997 Lady Savage tennis team.
If that's the case, third-year
The men' s tennis team has been
son.
scholarships to offer the caliber of
player who goes to Northeastern
to
Men's tennis
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compete in tournament
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"We
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awareness
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the General Education Committee
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riculum information for the
courses.
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courses
new
will be col-
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requirement.
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the
will involve
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thorough mastery of basic science
concepts.
Each segment will consist of
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continued from page 7
Returning
to the team are
Robinson, Jessica Doughty, Emy
son.
The strategy of putting
a
player
Williams and Paula Gander. Join
in a certain position is important as
ing the team this season are fresh
men Krystal Young and Jennifer
Johnson and transfer junior Jes
sica Taylor.
The Lady Savages will rotate
the team competes both individu
ally and as a team.
between the number one and seven
will also rotate
spots in singles throughout the sea-
two and three doubles team.
book talks
as
the number one,
dated," said Liz McCraw, director
and the black student association
ofstudent affairs. "The atmosphere
(BSA)
presenting
are
era] studies).
will also
plays."
place predic
Miexel' s second
"a strong
The other team
tion is also based
bottom four."
on
members
playing singles are Clay
Archey (freshman in chemistry),
Ryan Eidsness (junior in chemis
try), Curtis Reese (senior in health
and physical education) and
Preston Harbuck (freshman in gen-
Archey and Eidsness
play
doubles
as
well
are
earned at each level.
Strong play in the number four and
five spots are important for the
Savages to score well as a team,
especially playing the Redmen
from Northeastern, who
Feb. 27 at 8 p.m.
This book talk will be similar to
Moore
continued from page 1
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taxes," Crawford said. "It makes
entation class which
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better because a mistake could
cost
them
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He will also attend the
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marketing.
Masters, Whitlock and Moore
will present
a paper
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continued from page 1
ninth annual
tact Hobbs at
smart
Guest speaker Randy Welch, from Hearing
Conservation Services, Inc., demonstrates to
safety and technology students a dosimeter. The
see
It is free to attend the book talk.
tax credits and deduc
tions.
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money."
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VITA
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continued from page 1
in OIC tennis this year.
attended
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for this
are ex-
pected to continue their dominance
pleted Hobbs'
Center
on
Masters has been
"It is one thing to do one or two
at the book talk will be very, very
by Oprah
as
the team of Reese and Harbuck.
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first for
casual."
the book talks
two whatever level he
a
Southeastern.
place
Thursday,
experience of being number one or
for Southeastern,
The office of student life (OSL)
in the
continued from page 7
a first
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MEN
campus
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