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them will be Atlanta Hawks'
guard, Joe Johnson.

For those who don't remem-
ber how to the play the game
(you're not a bailer) here's a
quick reminder: If a player
makes a shot in 'HORSE' the
next competitor must make
the same shot or receive a
letter if the shot is missed. A
player gets an 'H' for their first
miss and is eliminated once



they have all five letters of the
word.

The players will have 24
seconds to perform their
shots, and an NBA referee
(not a Southern referee, thank
goodness!) will rule if they're
done properly. Dunking won't
be allowed.

'HORSE' has to be one of
the best games to play in bas-
ketball. No sweat, no fouls, no
referees, no substitutions; just
you, the ball and the basket. If
Jesus were a bailer he would
be the greatest. He'd shoot
from heaven and he'd say: Off
of Saturn, off the moon, over
the highest mountain, under
the lowest valley, in my blood,
off the cross, through your
sins, nothing but net.






10 THE SOUTHERN ACCENT



shatter



THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 2009

Deadline Monday at noon
[email protected]



min i



Breakfast Buffets will
be served from 9:30 a.m. to
10:00 a.m. on Sabbaths at
the Collegedale Church. At
10:00 a.m. the hostesses will
shut down the buffet lines so
Sabbath School can begin on
time.

The Southern Breeze is re-
leasing a new episode today.
Listen in to hear about the SA
presidential candidates. Sub-
scribe at journalism.southern.
edu/breeze.

"Experiencing William
Miller, a Personal Reflec-
tion," is the topic of Professor
David Rowe's (Middle Ten-
nessee State University) talk in
Lynn Wood Hall chapel. Rowe,
the nation's leading scholar
of Miller, is the author of the
recent book, "God's Strange
Work: William Miller and the
End of all Things." Convoca-
tion credit will be given for at-
tendance. Thursday, Feb. 12,
4:00 p.m., Lynn Wood Hall
chapel.

Prayer Groups | 7:15 a.m.
M-F near the flag pole; 12:00
p.m. MWF in the Student Cen-
ter seminar room; 5 p.m. M-F
at the fountain between Hack-
man and the library.



School of Music Pops
Concert | Featuring SAU
Wind Symphony, Jazz Ensem-
ble and Southern Ringtones.
Music by John Williams, Leon-
ard Bernstein, John Philip
Sousa, Miles Davis and others.
Ackerman Auditorium, Mabel
Wood Hall on Valentine's Day
at 8:00 p.m.

Volunteers Needed! | We

have patients that are on
MatchingDonors.com that
need an organ transplant
and need help using their



llpcoming-eYei^



Friday, February 13

7-8 p.m. Parents Weekend Regis-
tration & Packet Pick-up (Church Lob-
by)

7 p.m. Upper Room (Gospel Cha-
pel)

8 pjn. Vespers— Bryan Gallant
(Church)

After Vespers— Adoration (Dining
Hall)

Sabbath, February 14

8:30-10:30 a.m. Parents Registra-
tion & Packet Pick-up (Talge Hall)

9 a.m. Adoration 1- Alex Bryan
(Church)

9:30-10:15 a.m. Continental Break-
fast (Church Fellowship Hall)

10:15 am. Saltworks Sabbath
School (Hulsey Wellness Center) '

Social Experiment Sabbath School
(Church Fellowship Hall)

Adoration 2— John Nixon (Church)

10:30-11:10 a.m. Connect Sabbath
Schools (Collegedale Academy)

"Wild at Heart" with Marcel
Schwantes

"Identity" with Angela McPherson

"Prayer" with Carol Loree
11:30 a.m. Connect - Alex Bryan
(Collegedale Academy)

11:45 a.m. Renewal - John Nixon
(Collegedale Church)

Noon-2:30 p.m. Lunch (Dining



Hall) , V M

Parents Lunch for ticket holders
(lies PE Center)

2-5 pjn. Archaeology Museum
Open (Hackman Hall)

Cave Open (Student Park)

Wilderness Survival (Outdoor Edu-
cation Center)

5 p.m. No Supper in Dining Hall
tonight

6 p.m. Evensong - Music & Read-
ings: I Cantori (Collegedale Church)

6:30 p.m. KR's Open
Student Center Open till 10:30p
7-9 p.m. Campus Open House
(Various Locations)

8 p.m. Badminton Tournament
(lies P.E. Center)

Sunday, February 15

9a.m.-ip.m. CKOpen

10 a.m. Parents Brunch for ticket
holders (lies P.E. Center)

Noon-i p.m. No lunch served in
the Dining Hall— due to Parents Crunch

Monday, February 16

President's Day
No Field Trips or Tours
Board of Trustees Meeting
PreViewSouthern 104
3:30 p.m. - Undergraduate Council
4 p.m. - Tax Seminar for Interna-
tional Students (Lynn Wood)



5:15 & 5:45 P-n>. - College Bowl
(Presidential Banquet Room)

7:30 p.m. - Band: Saxton Cornet,
Double Convocation Credit (lies PE.
Center)

Tuesday, February 17

No Field Trips or Tours

Noon - SA Press Conference (Dining
Hall)

Noon - Tornado Siren Test

7 & 10 p.m. - Residence Hall Joint
Worship (Thatcher Chapel)

Wednesday, February 18

No Field Trips or Tours

Honor Music Workshop

Noon-ip - Faculty Portfolio Seminar
(Presidential Banquet Room 2)
5:15 & 5:45p.m. - College Bowl (Presi-
dential Banquet Room)
7:15 p.m.- SA Senate (White Oak
Room)

Thursday, February 19

No Field Trips or Tours

Honor Music Workshop

11a.m. - Convocation: Health Career
Fair: Booths open io:3oa.m.-i:3op.m.
(lies P.E. Center)

lia.m.-iip.m. - SA General Elections

(Various Locations)



MatchingDonors.com Web
site. Those interested in vol-
unteering can contact Brenda
at MatchingDonors.com 781-
821-2204. You can be located
anywhere in the United States.
All is done by phone.

Tax Season is Here | SIFE's
annual tax preparation starts
next week! This free service is
available for all U.S. students
who need help preparing then-
taxes. Please bring your W-2
form(s) to the Seminar Room
in the Student Center. Don't
forget to ask your parents if
they claim you on their taxes!
The dates are: Wednesday,
Feb. 11, 6-8pm; Tuesday,
Feb. 17, 7-9pm; and Wednes-
day, Feb. 18, 6-8 p.m. Please
contact SIFE for more info or
questions at X2651 or [email protected]



southern.edu.

Malawi Project| We are

planning a short term mis-
sion trip to Malawi, Africa this
summer from June 23-July 8,
2009. If interested, contact
Kari Shultz or Gayle Moore for
further information.

Lynn H. Wood Archaeo-
logical Museum Lecture |

'Tracing the Spread of Early
Christianity Through Coins,"
Dr. Stan Hudson, Numisma-
tist, Moscow Seventh-day
Adventist Church (Feb. 19, 7
p.m., Lynn Wood Hall Cha-
pel). Convocation credit!



February 13



Adolfo Granada, Cheykhun
Smith, Dustin Boyd, Hea Jin
Yu, Jenessa King, Jessica Tan-
dy, Joelle Williams, Kent Rob-
ertson, Michael Holland, Percy
Hollingsworth, Rich Clark

February 14

Christina Weitzel, Dessie
Hoelzel, Duke Jules, Emily
Hwang, Jaimie Myaing, Jel-
lique Stephenson, Karen Dav-
enport, Luther Whiting, Ron-
ald Thrash, Stacy Weston

February 15

Jermaine Alexander, Michael
Brandenburg, Patricia Salter,
Roman Osadchuk, Stephanie
Earle, Zoila Leon

February 16

Adrian Perez, Alexandra Mi-
hai, Christopher Loga, Dar-



rin Compton, Delores Franks,
Jason Moran, Jed Newmyer,
Moise Ratsarasaotra,
Stephanie Ford

February 17

Aaron Adams, Caitlin Me-
harry, Heather Ewing, Janelle
Sundin, Jeff Truelove, Job"
Klinger, Norvlinaar Annacius,
Paul Villavicencio, Ryan Haa&
Sasha Chedalavada

February 18

Joshua Clark, Lisa DillerJ
than Stickland, Tim Lee, W
Fishell

February 19 „,

Anthony Handal, BreaM
Atkins, Carlos Cirilo Gui»
Christopher Price, W
.Reynolds, Genevieve Com
Lisa Phillips, Monika Bliss



THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 2009




THE SOUTHERN ACCENT 1 1

To add or remove classifieds email
[email protected]l.com



Inexpensive room avail-
able next semester | Seek-
ing 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 plus utilities. Located
right across from Health Ser-
vices. [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
other girl. $i7o/mo. Contact
Jenny 423-503-3404.

Rooms for rent 1 2 rooms for
rent for female students. Lo-
cated 7 miles from Collegedale,

3 miles from Ooltewah. Access
to kitchen, laundry, cable and
wireless Internet. Quiet home
with large deck. Available im-
mediately for $85/wk. Call
Angela cell: 423-280-3243
Home: 423-238-1490.



'04 Envoy XL | Excellent
condition, fully loaded with
new tires. Gray with leather
interior. 82k miles. Asking
$12,000. Please contact Sam
at 423-503-5286.

'04 Ford Focus SVT | Lim-
ited Ed. Blue, all the extra's,
73k, well maintained, great
shape, $5,495 Call Justin at
423-308-961Q.

'05 Subaru BAJA | Black
Pearl. 66k miles, turbo, Au-
tomatic Snuglid hardcover, 1
1/4" Towing Pkg, Bed Extend-
er + 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

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.
E-mail [email protected]
edu if you are interested.

Drum set | Black, spc Tama
Swingstar drum kit with 16"
Zildjian Medium Crash, 17"
Zildjian A Custom Fast Crash,
20" Sabian ProSonic Ride, 13"
Sabian ProSonic hats, 10" Sa-
bian B8 Pro Splash. Gibraltar
throne, all hardware included.
14" Tama maple snare. $750.
Call Stuart 706-676-1295

Apple iPod Touch 8GB | In

excellent condition. Includes a
USB sync cable, a pair of ear-
phones, and quick start guide.
Features include Music, Vid-
eo, Photos, Safari, YouTube,
iTunes Wi-Fi Music Store, 3.5
in. multi-touch screen, and
more. $200/obo [email protected]
southern.edu or 423-310-
5238



free

classifieds




Fishtank | 46 Gallon Bow
Front Fishtank w/ Stand. In-
cludes sand, rocks, plants, fil-
ters, food, meds, aerator, etc.
Dorm legal. Perfect for fresh
or salt water fish. Paid more
than $600. Will sell for $300/
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 wire-
less adapter for 802.11 A,G,
and N. In new condition and
comes with original packag-
ing. $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]

Printer | Epson photo print-
er . If you have questions, call
Rob at 423-322-8738.

Media viewer for sale

MyVu pmv-i003i "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.

Subwoofers | Two 10"
Rockford Fosgate Punch HX2
Subwoofers. 4 Ohms. 500
Watts RMS each. 1000 Watts
Peak each. Comes in a ported
box. $800 new. Asking $250/
obo. [email protected]
770-547-6285.

Flute I Gemeinhardt 2np
flute. Some scratches. $150/
obo. Call 423-605-5145-



ac centclas [email protected]



2 hoodies | Brand new 1 for
$20. If you are interested con-
tact me at [email protected]
edu., or call 305-457-3177-

Electric bass guitar | For

Sale Ibanez 4 string electric
bass guitar, comes with Fend-
er Rumble 15 Amp/speaker,
cord, and strap. $250.00. This
system was used once! Call
423-618-6573 and ask for Jon
- for info.

Airline Voucher | I have a
Southwest Airlines voucher
valued at $583 that I will not
be able to use. It expires on
March 14, so it would be per-
fect for Spring Break. It can be
yours for just $400. Call 596-
9413-

Europe For Sale | $4,999
will buy 24 days (May 4-28) of
once-in-a-lifetime educational
social immersion in Europe. All
this plus 3 hours Cultural An-
thropology/Sociology credit or
Directed Study credit (profes-
sor approval required), round
trip airfare, hotel accommoda-
tions, in-country travel, 1 meal
per day and basic insurance.
Contact: Stanley Stevenson at
[email protected] or
423-236-2666.

Rabbit | For sale to a good
home: female dwarf rabbit.
Caramel-colored and white.
She's housebroken and friend-
ly. Asking $15 - comes with
some accessories. For more
info call 423-802-4280.

Leather Jackets | Two

bomber-type brown Wilson
leather jackets for sale, men's
sizes S & XL. Worn less than
8 times. Will sell for $50 each,
or both for $90. Contact ss-
[email protected] for info
or photos.

Telescope | Message Meade
8" telescope. Excellent condi-
tion. $250. Please call 423-
503-7802 or 423-505-5913-



12 THE SOUTHERN ACCENT



humor:



10 things I learned at Southern



MlCHEAL BRANNAKA
fnuTBiwiml



i. Lack of interest in
current events. It seems
that most students are way
more worried about getting
mustard in the cafe or reduc-
ing convocation and worship
requirements than they are
about current world events.

2. Bluffing on essay tests
is a breeze. You don't actu-
ally even have to know the cor-
rect answer to the question,
you just have to convince the
teacher that you do.

3. True or false: Not so
easy. Statistics say that if you
guess on true/false questions
you should get half right. Sta-
tistics are wrong.



4. The sad truth about
the girls. Fact: Girls can't
go to the bathroom without
50 friends going along. Fact:
Girls can't go with a guy any-
where without 50 friends go-
ing along. Conclusion: A guy
must be like a bathroom.

5. The Collegedale po-
lice have a big chip on
their shoulder. The major-
ity of the force are Southern
alumni; horrible things -were
done to them to make them so
zealous.

6. Dating is like high
school sports. The jerks are
always picked first.

7. The network is the
best new thing since our
parents were here. You
want to know what the best



new thing for them was? Hav-
ing soda in the cafeteria-albe-
it caffeine-free, a carbonated
beverage nonetheless.

8. Stupid footwear is
rampant and unchecked.
Crocs may be the most com-
fortable thing since flip-flops,
but they still look stupid.

9. Veggie meat. If you ask
another dude for a Big Frank
anywhere but Southern, you
would be punched in the face.

to. Top 3 Campus Safety
directives: 1. Give parking
tickets. 2. Harass longboard-
ers on their way to class. 3.
Wreck trucks and golf carts.

Disclaimer: If anyone finds
this offensive... I don't care.
You can complain to Campus
Safety..



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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 2009

Adam Wamack

Humor Editor

[email protected]




Doug Batchelor speaking
for vespers.

It's not often that we get to have one of
such prestige speak on our campus. Ap-
preciate the opportunity to hear one of
the great Adventists of our day while you
can.

The cold.

Volatile, frigid and bitter; I think that we can all
agree that we have had enough of this cold. I
don 't care if the groundhog DID see his shad-
ow; enough is enough

Intramural basketball play-
off games.

We have enough talent of all races,
heights and positions that watching the
playoff games here at SAU is.always an
interesting and, often, nail-biting experi-
ence.

Texting on cell phones.

How many times have you stood with a group
of people and realized that everyone is all on
their phones, individually texting other people.
We're so intent on staying in communication
with whomever that we lose the personal touch (^
of face-to-face exchange.

Old-school hip-hop.

Rock, techno, country, indie and most
other genres have all been influenced
by the old, great artists. What's the dif-
ference between new and old school?
Well, try still dreaming while walking and
then wake up to the next episode of
broken toes. :

The way time seems to go so
sllooowwww.

When will spring break just get here already? I '
can imagine it now: Relaxation, surf and fun in
the sun.



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The humor page needs yoU'

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SOUTHERN



February 19, 2009 1



accent.southern.edu • The student voice since 1926



Connect gives
Istudents three
|new Sabbath
school options

TONNE SAINT-VlLUERS

AVjiueb



The Connect leadership
earn will offer three new Sab-
jafh school classes — an all-
nen's group, a prayer war-
ior class and a class studying
dentity.

"Our leadership team want-
to build more community

Connect, and the best way
do this is through smaller
[roups and classes," said Andy
lash, leader of Connect and
associate professor in the
School of Journalism & Com-
lunication. "We've tried to
hoose classes that would of-

ir something different to Col-

>edale."

The team started the class-

I which are held at 10:15 a.m.

'ery Saturday at Collegedale

iademy, to build stronger




VOLUME 64, ISSUE 1 8



Students and community members serve the homeless lunch ■



Photo By Al Trace
n Saturday afternoon in Chattanooga 's Miller Park.



Students minister to local homeless



«JTA>F WBITtp-



Friends in the Park, a home-
less ministry in downtown
Chattanooga, has become a
weekend tradition for some
Southern students looking to
make a difference.

Justin Jones, a senior re-



ligious studies major, started
the ministry with his family
last May. One Sabbath they
took food to downtown Chat-
tanooga to try and find people
in need of a meal. They were
so blessed by the experience
that they are now making the
trip to Miller Park every other
Sabbath with a much larger



group.

"Since then the project has
grown and we are feeding any-
where from 40 to 60 people
each Sabbath," Jones said.

The Jones family does rtot
prepare the food alone. Other
families and students in the
area have joined them. The



Outdoor leadership to.be given funds from Rock Creek race



pE Hammond

Eqjtqr



Rock Creek Outfitters will
holding its first race at

jithern Adventist University

|Feb. 22 at 2 p.m.
»e little over 6k race,

|ch will start at Ilels P.E.



Center and proceed on the
biology trail, is the first race
Rock Creek has ever held on
Sunday, said Steve Bontekoe,
an adjunct professor in the
School of Education & Psy-
chology and the adventure
coordinator for outdoor lead-
ership.



The race will cost $25 for
community members and $20
for students.

"For Southern students we
cut them a deal," Bontekoe
said.

Rock Creek is giving all the
money raised by the race to
Southern's Outdoor Leader-



ship Program. In addition,
Rock Creek is giving everyone
who pays a Mountain Hard-
ware performance combat T-
shirt, Rock Creek Outfitters
stickers, a race bag with gear
in it and other items,

see RACE, page 4



City offers
early voting
to benefit
students



Emily Young
Managing tnnnn



For the first time in the his-
tory of Collegedale city elec-
tions, Southern students and
faculty will be able to partici-
pate in early voting at Colleg-
edale City Hall. Early elections
will be held Feb. 23 to Feb.
26. To increase convenience,
there will be free rides from
Southern to City Hall. A van
will leave every half hour from
10 a.m. to 6 p.m. from Wright
Hall for those wanting to vote.
"We've had early voting
before, but people had to go
downtown to the election com-
mission," said Tim Johnson
who is running for reelection
to the Board of Commission-
ers. This year early voting will
be more convenient for South-
ern students and faculty by be-
ing less than two miles down
the road.

The elections, which happen
every two years, often fall dur-
ing Southern's spring break.
In the past this has posed a"
problem in voter turnout.

The 2005 elections coin-
cided with Southern's spring
break and less than 500 peo-
ple voted. In the next election,



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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 20()9



SIFE prepares for Lesotho



John Shoemaker

S»fF WtrtH



While students may be go-
ing to the beach or to the Col-
orado mountains for spring
break, Southern is sending five
students and three employees
to Lesotho, Africa, for a 12-day
mission trip.

From Feb. 29 to March 9,
Southern's Students in Free
Enterprise (SIFE) team will
partner with Lerotholi Poly-
technic University's SIFE
team in Lesotho, to build three
greenhouses. This effort will
not only provide nutrition for
three families in Lesotho, but
will also allow the families to
sell the excess vegetables to
make a profit. According to
SIFE documents, 26 percent
of Lesotho is malnourished
and HIV/ AIDS are rampant.

Chris Mateo, a senior public
relations major, is one of the
students going on the trip.

"I hope this project doesn't
just end with three families,
but we continue to teach more
families to grow their own
crops and sell their extras to
help with the malnutrition of
the country," Mateo said.

SIFE launched a fundrais-
ing effort in December to raise
the $18,000 needed for the
trip. The cost included airfare,
transportation and other sup-
plies necessary for the entre-



preneurial endeavor. Friends,
families, students and em-
ployees of Southern pitched in
to help with the cause. In two
months, more than $20,000
was raised.

"God helped make this
project a success by provid-
ing the funding needed," said
Alex Mihai, a master's student
in business administration. "I
believe it is his will for us to
make an impact."

The majority of the team
has never been to Africa, and
members are excited and
hopeful.

"I was very nervous at first
but my nervousness has turned
into excitement," said Carrie
Harlin, director of SIFE. "I
feel like God is really involved
in this project."

Initially, the project mo-
tivated members because it
was good for their resume and
proved Southern's SIFE team
to be competitive in SIFE
competitions. Now, howev-
er, the team's passion stems
from their desire to impact the
world.

"This particular project is
neat because it reaches out to
the international community,"
said Luther Whiting, a sopho-
more international business
management major. "SIFE's
sole purpose is to benefit not
only the community, but the
world."



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