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ball, unsupervised.

Obama already has a lot on
his plate in, but hopefully his
love for sports will allow these
issues to be looked upon and
progressed in 2009.



Two more for wins Willis Moore



Zack Livingston
Sports Editor



What might have gone down
in history as Southern's most
[ exhilarating intramural's bas-
I ketball game, took place last
I Wednesday between Mystic
J Splash and the Redeem Team.
It was an ordinary intra-
mural evening and students
began to gather around court
pne in Illes P.E. Center to get
t glimpse of Men's A league
basketball at its best. The fa-
Sored Redeem Team looked
Bntimidating with their athleti-
cism during warm-ups as they
■ebuted a complete team of
Bbuthern ball veterans. Mys-
Kc Splash, a brand new team
Bebuting first time intramural
Bayers, looked confident re-
Ejrdless of the their opponents
jSpe and numbers,
^wrom a students bleacher
Igrspective it looked like Go-
Bh versus little David. The



Redeem team was completely
stacked with few players un-
der six-foot-two whereas the
Mystic Splash team resembled
a bunch of young harp play-
ers who occasionally played a
little basketball.

Right from the tip off the
two teams engaged in a battle
that kept the attention span of
students but although the en-
tertainment was abundant, it
was the end of the game that
made it eligible for the record
books.

Down by eight points with
five minutes left on the clock
left team Mystic Splash fight-
ing to turn the tide for victory.
Mysteriously, turn over after
turn over from the Redeem
Team gave Mystic Splash an
opportunity to tie the score
at 42 points apiece, with two-
point-three seconds left on the
clock. Everyone in the gym
stopped and stared as Mystic
Splash in bounded the ball.




Teams and fans on the other
courts couldn't help but glance
to see what would happen.

Illes P.E. Center stood si-
lent as Mystic Splash shoot-
ing guard, Willis Moore, came
off a pick, elevated from the
three-point line, and released
a shot that could possibly end
the game. The ball moved in
slow motion through the air,
three defenders surrounded
Willis still glued to the gym
floor as their worse nightmare
came to reality.

The ball rattled in the rim,
the buzzer sounded and ev-
eryone in the gym caught their
breath and cheered hysterical-
ly for the amazing game win-
Mystic Splash small for-
ward, Davis Wallace said "It
was a hard fought game, with a
well earned and much needed
victory for our team."

The game ended Mystic
Splash 44, Redeem Team 42.



Basketball

Intramurals

Schedule



Men's A Division



1/22 6 p.

1/22 7 p

1/26 6 p

1/26 5P

1/28 6 p

1/28 5P

1/28 8p



Final Second/Little Children
Redeem Team/Crusaders
Little Children/Redeem Team
Toon Squad/Crusaders
Crusaders/Veteran Bailers
Final Second/Toon Squad



Court 1
Court 1
Court 1
Court 1
Court 1
Court 1



Little Children/Scissor Me TimbersCourt 1



Women's A Division



1/22 8 p

1/26 8p

1/26 9P

1/27 9 p

1/28 8p



"Resolution/Team Fresh



Courts



Simply Smashing/Resolution Court 3

Holla/Wildcats Court 3

Wildcats/Spartans Court;),

Team Fresh/Dunkin' Donuts Court 3



Perfect for visiting families or other group lodging
Located just minutes from campus

Three bedroom furnished home, comparibly priced to area he
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THURSDAY, JANUARY 22, 2009

Deadline Monday at noon

[email protected]




Adventist Theological So-
ciety meeting | "The Case of
D.M. Canright: Father of Ellen
White Criticisms" will be pre-
sented by Dr. Jud Lake. Please
notice that we will NOT be
meeting in our usual location.
We will meet in Lynn Wood
Hall Auditorium at 3:30p on
Sabbath afternoon January 31.
Everyone is invited to attend.

College Bowl | The deadline
for submitting a team and be-
ing a part of the 12-team tour-
nament this year is 5:00 p.m.
today, January 22. Your team
must be made up of 5 stu-
dent members. Part-time and
graduate students are eligible.
However, only one graduate
student may be part of a team.
Submit your team to [email protected]
southern.edu.

GRE I The Graduate Records
Examination (GRE) is the ma-
jor test used by Universities
to determine acceptance into
graduate school. Psi Chi will
be hosting a GRE review ses-
sion on Sunday, January 25,
from 3-5P in Summerour room
#212. All majors and grade
levels are welcome. Helpful
test tips, practice questions,
and answers to your questions
about the GRE will be avail-
able. Come, learn more about
the GRE and leave test anxiety
behind! The goal of our study
session is for everyone to come
out feeling more prepared and
to take some of the fear and
anxiety out of this test!

The Kayak | Come join us at
the The Kayak after your work-
out or just for a bite to eat! We
are open Monday through
Thursday 11:30 am - 9:00
pm in the Hulsey Wellness
Center. We have sandwiches,
fruit smoothies, power booster
bars, yogurt, fresh fruit, tossed
or fruit salads and a variety
of healthy drinks. We look
forward to seeing you there...
Remember, all SAU employee



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Friday, January 23

7:45-ioa - SA Senate Surprise Day
(Promenade)

oa-Noon - Social Work Field Fair
(Presidential Banquet Room)

5 :59 P - Sunset

8p - Vespers, Ministerial Trainee
Induction (Church)



Sabbath, January 24

9a - Adoration 1- Alex Bryan
(Church)

9:30-10:158 - Continental Break-
fast (Church Fellowship Hall)

9:30 & 11a - Ministerial Trainee In-
duction (Thatcher)

10:15a - Saltworks Sabbath School
(Seminar Room-upstairs)

9:75 Sabbath School (Church Fel-
lowship Hall)

SMC Sabbath School (Gospel Cha-
pel-upstairs)

Adoration 2- John Nixon (Church)

11:30a - Connect (Collegedale
Academy)

11:45a - Renewal, John Nixon
(Church)

6p - Evensong, Reader: Ray Min-
ner, Organist: Peter Leipzig (Church)



6:30-9P - KR's open for Supper
6:30-10:30p - Student center open
7P - Coed Volleyball Tournament

(lies P.E. Center)

n: 3 op - Sigma Theta Chi Skating

Party: Please bring student ID card

(Hamilton Skate Place)

Sunday, January 25

SAT Exams (Lynn Wood)
7 :3op - Symphony Concerto Con-
cert, Convocation Credit (Church)



Monday, January 26

Chinese New Year

Last day for 80% tuition refund

Summer Camp Recruiting

9a-5p - Last day to return textbooks
with a drop slip (Campus Shop)

4p - University Assembly

5:15 & 5:45P - College Bowl (Presi-
dential Banquet Room)
. 7p - Student Week of Prayer, Eze-
quiel Vasquez (Church)

Tuesday, January 27

Summer Camp Recruiting
io:45a-Noon - McKee Library
Closed

11a - Convocation, Student Week



of Prayer, Kristie Cain (Church)

5 P - New Club/Dept. Student Or-
ganization applications due (Student
Life &Activities)

7P - Student Week of Prayer
(Church)



Wednesday, January 28

Summer Camp Recruiting

na-7p - Employee Appreciation
Day (Student Center)

5:15 & 5:45 _ College Bowl (Presi-
dential Banquet Room

7P - Student Week of Prayer, Nate
Dubs (Church)



Thursday, January 29

Summer Camp Recruiting

io:45a-Noon - McKee Library
Closed

11a - Convocation, Student Week of
Prayer, Jackie Torrez (Church)

Noon - SA Election Petitions due
(Student Life & Activities)

5p - Floor Hockey Team Meeting
(lies P.E. Center)

7p - Student Week of Prayer, Melia
Chamberlain (Church)



are eligible for a 25% discount
at all 4 of the Food Service eat-



Prayer Groups 7:15a M-F
near the flag pole; i2:oop
MWF in the Student Center
seminar room; 5p M-F at the
fountain between Hackman
and the library.



Parents Weekend | Parents
Weekend is February 13-15.
Invite your parents to sign up
and spend the weekend hang-
ing out with you. Sign-up
deadline is February 6 at www.
southern.edu/parent. Need
further information about the
details of the weekend? Con-
tact Kari Shultz at [email protected]
southern.edu.



Student Appropriation
Forms | Forms for SA fund-
ing are available at the Student
Services office starting Janu-
ary 8. Ensure that your orga-
nization receives the funding
it needs by promptly complet-
ing the necessary paperwork.
Deadline for forms are Janu-
ary 22 for returning organiza-
tions and January 27 for new
organizations.

Student Association Elec-
tion Season is Here | Ap-
plications for SA executive
office are now available in the
Student Services office. If you
are interested in being the
next SA President, Executive
Vice President, or Social Vice
President, NOW is the time
for action. Applications must
be submitted by January 29,
2009 at NOON. Unleash your



potential by running for SA of-
fice. The Student Association.
Lead. Serve. Grow.



•G



January 23

Carmen Plott, Celma Zeferi-
no, Diana Walters, Jeremy
Morell, Kelly Shearer, Olando
Brett, Sam Willis, Shani
Saylor, Tiffany Branum, Violet
Williams, William Vargas
Gonzalez, Zach Gately

January 24

Dan Shallenberger, Jenny
Seymour, Katie Williams,
Rochelle Barr, Stephanie
Miranda

January 25

Alison Quiring, John Record,
Suzie Evans



January 26

Carolyn McClellan, Jared
Miller, Rebekah Harris, Scott
Barnette

January 27

Areli Ruiz, DougTilstra, Kelly
Pratt, Melinda Dean Hunter,
Odraivis Portelles, SashaGay
Lowe, Stephan Castro Shoe-
maker, Steven Chung, Susaiia
Lee Wong

January 28

Jason Busch, Jennifer Bailey,
Jerre Conerly, Jill Althoff,
Olivia Weber, Tina Anglin,
Tony Castillo

January 29

Alanna Zackrison, Katelyn

Stearns, Lauren Souza



THURSDAY, JANUARY 22, 2009



classifieds



THE SOUTHERN ACCENT 1 1

To add or remove classifieds email
[email protected]



Inexpensive room avail-
able next semester | Seeing
a female to live with 3 girls.
Located one mile from South-
ern. Private room, shared
bath, wireless Internet, cable,
dining room, kitchen, wash-
er/dryer, living room, porch
and big back yard. $200/
mo. plus water and utilities.
Call Melanie at 423-667-7564.

2 Roommates wanted |
Upstairs apartment within
walking distance from cam-
pus. Two rooms available.
Large room $275, small room
$245 + utilities. Located right
across from health services.
[email protected] or call
423-653-8302.

Roommate wanted | Look-
ing for a female roommate to
live with 3 other girls about
1.5 miles from Southern. 2
bedroom, 2 bathroom house.
Would need to be willing to
share a small room with one

I other girl. $i7o/mo. Contact

[ Jenny 423-503-3404.

Room for rent | Preferably
la female. Less than 10 min-
lutes from Southern. Access
I to entire house and back-
I yard, including a deck. Wash-
fer & dryer. $350/1110. Call
[423-309-1674.

ooms for rent | 2 rooms
[for rent for female students.

■ocated 7 miles from Colleg-
|edale, 3 miles from Ooltewah.
Recess to kitchen, laundry,

able and wireless Internet.
IQuiet home in the country
■with large deck. Available im-
mediately for $85/wk. Call
•ngela cell: 423-280-3243

Home: 423-238-1490.

Roommate wanted I Inter-
viewing roommate for semes-
p' Large house in high-end
neighborhood, garage, fur-
bished room, great roommates.
[email protected]



Scooter for sale | 2004
Vespa ET-4, 150CC Scooter
with only 375 miles! Like new,
hardly used, pearl white metal-
lic, rear storage compartment,
3 Vespa helmets included, re-
cently serviced, new battery.
Excellent gas mileage. Asking
$2,750. Serious inquiries only
please. Call 706-264-9441.

2004 Envoy XL | Excellent
condition, fully loaded with
new tires. Grey with leather
interior. 82k miles. Asking
$12,000. Please contact Sam
at423-503-5286.

1988 Honda Prelude SI |

pw ac cc power sunroof, pio-
neer deck and speakers, new
tires, lots of receipts too much
to list. $2,85o/obo jdicker-
[email protected]

'04 Ford Focus SVT | Lim-
ited Ed. Blue, all the extra's,
73K, well maintained, great
shape, $5,495 Call Justin @
308-9610

'05 Subaru BAJA | Black
Pearl. 66k miles, turbo, Au-
tomatic Snuglid hardcover,
1 1/4" Towing Pkg, Bed Ex-
tender + more. Contact Brian
423-883-3288.

RC Airplane | Radio-con-
troled airplane, Electristar.
Comes with 4 channel ra-
dio, chargers, batteries and
box, ready to fly. If you
have questions, call Rob at
423-322-8738.

Longboard | Sector 9- Pin-
tail complete, Bones bearings,
Independent trucks, 44mm
, wheels. $65. Call Amelia
(423)883-3288

For sale | C.B. Radio (mobile
unit) with 40 channels" and
two emergency channels. $75.
Complete with antenna, mike
and hanger. Call George Web-
ster at 423-728-4340.



Guitar | Electric guitar with
amp. Washburn X-series
metallic blue. This guitar is
practically new and includes
a canvas backpack style case.
Asking $i5o/obo. Call 423-
208-2618 or e-mail [email protected]
southern.edu

Telescope | Message
Meade 8" telescope. Ex-
cellent condition. $250.
Please call 423-503-7802 or
423-505-5913-

Classical/folk guitar |

Made by Hohner. Contessa
model HG 14 and case. All
good strings and good condi-
tion. Looks new! Comes with a
Teach Your Self Classical Gui-
tar chord book. Asking $150.
Email [email protected]
if you are interested.

Drum set | Black, 5pc Tama
Swingstar drum kit with 16"
Zildjian Medium Crash, 17"
Zildjian A Custom Fast Crash,
20" Sabian ProSonic Ride, 13"
Sabian ProSonic hats, io" Sa-
bian B8 Pro Splash. Gibraltar
throne, all hardware included.
14" Tama maple share. $750.
Call Stuart 706-676-1295

Apple iPod Touch 8GB |

In excellent condition. In-
cludes a USB Sync cable, a
pair of earphones, and quick
start guide. Features include
Music, Video, Photos, Safari,
YouTube, iTunes Wi-Fi Mu-
sic Store, 3.5 in. multi-touch
screen, and more. $200 O.B.O.
[email protected] or
423-310-5238

Fishtank ) 46 Gallon Bow
Front Fishtank w/ Stand. In-
cludes sand, rocks, plants, fil-
ters, food, meds, aerator, ect.
Dorm legal. Perfect for fresh
or salt water fish. Paid over
$600. Will sell for $30o/obo.
[email protected] (770)
547-6285.



Camping Backpack | Deu-
ter Futura Vario 50+10. Awe-
some Pack, basically brand
new, only used 3 times. $140
Austin: 937-684-2254

Netgear RangeMax WNDA

3100 Dual Band Wireless-

N Adapter. High speed USB

wireless adapter for 802.11

A,G,andN.

In new condition" and comes

with orginal packaging. $20.

Call: 423-503-3404

Whirlpool fridge | Black,
dorm-sized fridge in good con-
dition for $90. Call Samara at
423-313-0832 or e-mail at
[email protected]



Brand new Xbox | 360

elite console 120 gb hard drive
with HDMI and all accessories
included. 423-331-0393-

Media viewer for sale

MyVu pmv-ioo3i "solo edi-
tion" personal media viewer
(video glasses) - for 5th gen
iPod video only. Watch movies
on your iPod without strain-
ing to see the tiny screen, $55.
Call Jonathan 423-605-8437.

Great ski-in/ski-out resort

North-central Utah, 55 miles
from Salt Lake City. 2 BR /loft
sleeps up to 8. For more info
call 423-504-7873 (Erika) or
423-504-5188 (Brianne).



Printer | Epson photo print- Subwoofers | Two 10"

er . If you have questions, call Rockford Fosgate Punch HX2

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Watts RMS each. 1000 Watts




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GO BIG . . .

AND TAKE IT HOME'




12 THE SOUTHERN ACCENT



humoL

"Major" problems at Southern



Adam Wamack
Humor Editor



Art majors— In-between
classes in Brock Hall, the el



Computer Science ma-
jors-First of all, I don't know
why you even bother. Every-
one knows your future jobs are
being outsourced to India. Do

classes in vw "«■■, "»_» , ftjnk rm j t0

evator gets very fill very fast £ J rf do]]ars

andalwaysstopsatthesecond pay V ^^

floor for those art majors that

are one simple flight of stairs

away from not making an al-
ready crowded elevator even

more crowded. They don't

even get homework, just proj

ects, so

for time? Don't be lazy; just

use the stairs.

Nursing majors— Yeah,

we're all glad you're proud of

what you do, but NONE OF US

UNDERSTAND YOU WHEN

YOU TALK! Have you ever sat

at a table for lunch with more



for my firm when I can get
Hashish Patel to do it for $5 a
day? No, no, no... I think not.
Theology majors— Have
you ever thought about dating
l,y are ftey'pre^'sed eMs/guyB outside of Herin or
Summerour Halls? You know,
I get it: Education and nursing
majors go hand in hand with
the theo bros and bras, but
there are plenty of others out
there, too. Besides, save some
of the nursing and education
majors for the rest of us! I

j bet vou there is a secret theo-
than one nursing major and uel '"" ""="= '°

majors-only course called

How To Seduce Nursing and/
or Education Majors: I see no
other way to explain this great
coincidence.

Business majors— Yeah,
we all get it. You have presen-
tations like four times a week



tried to join their conversa-
tion? It's impossible! I think
that more than once I've said,
"Yeah, I broke my 'femia' in a
snowboarding accident" (fu-
sion of the bones 'tibia' and
'femur' as I found out after be-
ing corrected like an idiot) just
to try and sound like a know and you want to look nice, but
something about nursing. And come on... do you really expect
it's not even true. rae t0 believe *""* 5™ 1 have t0

History majors-Just wear your best church clothes
because you study history, to school every day? You're



the working field yet, so relax
and enjoy it now while you still
can!

Math majors-I have

something really funny to say
about you guys, but to be per-
fectly frank, I am very intimi-
dated by you. I don't want to
get beat down with a T-89 cal-
culator or what's worse, one of
those white Casios that only
people from up north use. So
out of fear. of your strapping
muscles, I will keep my words
in reserve.

DISCLAIMER: All are
laughed at equally before their
peers. If we can't enjoy a good
chuckle at the silly nuances of ev-
eryday life on campus, than we
may just go insane. So for the
sake of everyone's sanity, let's
laugh at each other respectfully
and genuinely. High fives are en-



doesn't mean you know the fu-
ture. All you do is argue about
politics, the economy and
theory. Have you ever thought
about having real conversa-
tions and not always trying
to analyze and discover the
underlying problems? I guess
not because, as I am sure that
you of all people know, history
tends to repeat itself.

Physical Education ma-
jors— Ooh, I have a great idea!
I want to pay $22,000 a year
to go play sports. Oh wait, nev-
er mind I can go to the YMCA
for that— and it would be a lot
cheaper, too. Maybe it's igno-
rance, but I just don't see the
point.



making the rest of us look bad.
I don't even like to go down
the business hall on third floor
Brock because I'll look so out
of place with my hoodie, jeans
and sneakers. You're not in



Do all your
friends laugh at
you?

The humor page
needs you!



Send all humor page sub-
missions, please e-mail Adam
Wamack. We are looking for
submissionsof all kinds- thumbs up/
thumbs down, comics, content, etc.
[email protected]



THURSDAY, JANUARY 22, 2009

Adam Wamack

Humor Editor

[email protected]




All the people who turned up for
Community Service Day.

If you went and worked, I salute you. If you stayed
in your bed and relished a sleep-in day, . . well, you
already know that you're lazy.

The pilot's mad skills who landed in
the Hudson. 1 j I

You have to hand it to him; I mean he landed an Air-
busA320 with 1 55 passengers going hundreds of miles
an hour into 32.5° water and not a singleperson was
killed! Now that's skill. |.

Snow since Saturday!

It might not be sticking much to the ground, but all the
cold and chilliness was forgotten when I saw those full,
fluffy flakes falling freely.

Bush's Fairwell Speech.

Say what you want about the ol' guy, but he held his
own in front of that mike and I respect him for it. It
sounded likefie may have even helped write a portion
of it too.

An African-American in the White
House. / f j

7868: Ratification of the 14th Amendment; 1875: Civil
Rights Act— little impact, beginning of a great future;
1954: Brown v. Board of Education. affirms that sepa-
rate'fs NOT equali, 1955: Rosa Parks sits in the "wrong."
'section of a bus; 1963: A young minister from Atlanta,
Ga. convinced millions that he had a dream; 2009: A
black senator from Chicago, III. fills the most powerful
office in the world. This is a cause for pride forpeople
of all races and backgrounds.

Thumbs up to no Thumbs Down
this week! m

Why must we focus on the negative? I say we
shouldn't! Here's to positivity,' laughter and taking a
moment to enjoy silliness in the midst of a crazy world.




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JANUARY 29, 2009



^Duteaaoint



SOUTHERN



ACCENT.southern.edu • The student voice since 1926



VOLUME 64, ISSUE 1 5



Top-selling
application for
iPhone created
by student



Brittany Russell
siail Whites




Senior computing student,
Jason Ncufeld, has done
something that not many col-
je seniors get to do. Last
September he created a game
for Apple's irhone that has
sold thousands of copies.

The
game,
Fret
Surfer
Guitar
Trainer,
teaches
the
player
notes

En a guitar. There is also a
Bass guitar version. It focuses
Jiainly on the notes of the fret
Board, which is the area with
Haised horizontal ridges on
Bhe neck of a guitar.

According to the game de-
fription on iTunes, Fret Surf-
: has two different modes:
fcding the fret when given a
Bote and a string, and know-
ing the note based on a given
|t.

INeufeld, -a computer sci-

Jce embedded systems ma-

;, who often plays guitar for

fpers, created the game to

e IPHONE, page 3



Gym-Masters perform at Bulls game



Kaleigh Lang

Staff Wp.t.p



Gym-Masters performed at
half-time for the Chicago Bulls
v. San Antonio Spurs game
Saturday night, Jan. 17.

Performing for the Chicago
Bulls half-time has been a tra-
dition since the '90s. New and
old team members were ener-
gized to perform on a profes-
sional level.

"This will be the most excit-
ing performance of the year
for me because of the NBA sta-
tus," said Esteban Covamibi-
as, a freshman biology major.

Being in a large venue was a
new experience for many team
members.

"I was nervous with antici-
pation," said Kevin Spaulding,
a junior business administra-
tion major. "But excitement
overcame it as I stood next to
Tim Duncan (a player for the
Spurs)."

Kelly Baskin, a junior cor-
porate community wellness




Gym-Masters perfc



management major predicted
the performance would go well
because the team works well
together under pressure. Oth-
ers were less confident.

"I wasn't really scared until
I saw all those people all the



the Chicago Bulls half-time show Saturday, Jan.



way up to the roof," said Beth
Hartman, a freshman occupa-
tional therapy major.

The audience of about
22,000 seemed to enjoy
the performance, said John
Thompson, the bus driver for



the trip. "Every eye was watch-
ing. As I looked around people
were stopping what they were
going to do to watch," Thomp-
son said.

see GYM-MASTERS, page 3



Action ski video to be shown at Southern



Audrey Cooper

Staff Whitfb



Southern will host a show-
ing of the new Warren Miller
ski film, "Children of Winter,"
on Saturday, Jan. 31 at 8 p.m.
in the lies P.E. Center.

According to Miller's Web
site, the film is "the world's



largest action sports film" and
contains "deep powder, huge
airs [and] world-class cinema-
tography."

"Children of Winter" is the
59th winter sports action film
created by Warren Miller En-
tertainment and Southern is
one of only four locations in
Tennessee to show the film as



part of its nation-wide tour.

Matt Turk, a senior market-
ing major, has gone to see the
Warren Miller ski film screen-
ing event three times over the
past few years at Southern.

"It's basically professional
athletes doing crazy stuff,"
Turk said. "Even if you don't
know much about the sports,



it can really open your eyes
to the possibilities of these
sports."

Pam Dietrich, administra-
tive assistant to Southern's
vice president for student
services, said Southern has



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