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[email protected]

Exit Exams | Examination
required for May Baccalaure-
ate Graduates. The Measure
of Academic Proficiency &
Progress Test (MAPP) will be
given March 22, 23, 24 and 25.
Please call Counseling & Test-
ing Services at #2782 to sign
up for a time.

Wilderness First
Responder | This 80-hour
course is being offered at
Southern Adventist Univer-
sity by the Wilderness Medi-
cine Training Center (WMTC).
This course has been designed
specifically to meet the needs
of wilderness guides, expe-
dition leaders, and outdoor
instructors. It is the outdoor
industry's standard for wil-
derness medical training. The
class will take place from May
12-21, 2009, 8:00 a.m. - 6:00
p.m. every day except Satur-
day the 16th. Tuition is $570
on or before April 1st; $620
after April 1st. Deadline: May
5, 2009. Visit the WMTC Web
site to view and download
the full course information
and registration. Homepage:
www.wildmedcenter.com. For
more information contact Ann
Reynolds at [email protected]

Dusk til Dawn Sign-ups!

3rd Annual Dusk til Dawn Ad-
venture Race is the night of
April 4. All registration will be
online in advance. Coed teams
of 4will challenge their skills of
adventure and push their lim-
its of fun. Southern students
only pay $15 per participant.
Register online at www.raceit.
com key word dusk til dawn!

Malawi Project | In conjunc-
tion with Adventist Intercol-
legiate Association, Adventist
f) Health International, and the
Adventist colleges/universi-
ties of the North American
Division, we are planning a
short term mission trip to Ma-


' identity" with Angela McPherson


Friday, March 20

First Day of Spring

Withdrawals through Apr. 17 re-
ceive "W" or "WF"

Campus Ministries Convention,
Lincoln, NE

7:51 p.m. —Sunset

8 p.m. —Vespers, Asian Heritage

Sabbath, March 21

9 a.m. —Adoration 1- Philip Sa-
maan (Church)

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

10:15 a.m. —Saltworks Sabbath
School (Hulsey Wellness Center)

Social Experiment Sabbath School
(Church Fellowship Hall)

French Sabbath School (Miller
#201, Pierson Chapel)

Adoration 2- Philip Samaan

10:30-11:10 a.m. —Connect Sab-
bath Schools (Collegedale Academy)

"wild at heart" with Marcel

"Prayer" with Carol Loree
11:30 a.m. -Connect- LeClare Li-
tchfield (Collegedale Academy)

11:45 a.m. -Renewal - Philip Sa-
maan (Church)

2 p.m. -Brazilian Club- Door to
Door Evangelism (Wright Hall)

2-6 p.m. -An Introduction to Wil-
derness Survival (Outdoor Leadership

2:15 p.m. -FLAG Camp - email
[email protected] to reserve spot
(Wright Hall)

4 p.m. -Pentecost 2 Meeting (Tent
by Talge/Wood Halls)

7:30 p.m. —Evensong - Music
& Readings: Black Christian Union
. (Church)

8:30-11 p.m. -Hulsey Wellness
Center Open


Sunday, March 22

SA Senate Get Together
7:30 p.m. —Symphony Orchestra
Concert, Convocation Credit (Church)

Monday, March 23

3:30 p.m. —Undergraduate Council
5 p.m. SA officer applications Due
(Student Services)

Tuesday, March 24

Online Fall Registration for Return-
ing Seniors >93 hours

5 p.m. Malawi Project Applications
Due (Gayle Moore)

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

Wednesday, March 25

Online Fall Registration for Return-
ing Seniors >93 hours

Noon - 1 p.m. - Employee Brown
Bag (Presidential Banquet Room)

7:15 p.m. - SA Senate (White Oak

Thursday, March 26

Online Fall Registration for Return-
ing Juniors >54 hours

PreViewSouthern 105

11 a.m. - Convocation, Student As-
sociation : NickVujicic

lawi, Africa this summer. The
dates for the trip will be June
23-July 8, 2009. The project
will consist of three aspects:
Evangelism, Health, and
Construction in six locations
throughout the country of Ma-
lawi. Space is limited. Pass-
ports are necessary. If you are
interested, please contact Kari
Shultz or Gayle Moore for fur-
ther information.

Prayer Groups | 7:15a.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.

SA Job Opportunities |

Applications for Student As-
sociation Parliamentarian,
Secretary, PR Director, and
Community Service Director
are available in the Student
Services office. Applications
are due on March 23rd. Pick

up an application to gain valu-
able experience while serving
your campus!

SonRise | tickets will be avail-
able to students beginning
March 23 in the Chaplains Of-
fice while supplies last. There
is a 2 ticket limit. While tick-
ets are free, they are required.
Tickets will be released to the
general public on March 30
at the Food Court entrance
of Hamilton Place Mall. For
more information, visit www.

Breakfast Buffet | The

March 28 Breakfast Buffet for
students will not be held due
to Communion. The ordinance
of humility will be observed in
the Fellowship Hall on a con-
tinuous basis from 8:30 a.m.
to noon. Worshipers will be
invited to arrive at least twen-
ty minutes before the service
of their choice at 9:00, 10:15,

or 11:45 am., and take part i
the foot-washing ceremony.

March 20

Beth Hartman, Chang Kwon
Kim, Justin Wilson, Katie Ja-
cobs, Sahira Paredes, Salenna
Russello, Shannon Russello

March 21

Andrew Lopez, Daniel Gos-
sett, Jerrica Goodrich, Jessica
Accardo, Peter Gomez, Rox-
anne Faber, Teresa Patterson,
Tricia Lewis

March 22

Aaron Luke, Abbey Bell, Andy
Nash, Jorge Gonzalez, Keon
Rose, Priscilla Francisco, Riley
Kirkpatrick, Rodney Martinez,
Scptt Harris

March 23

Allen Olsen, Bryan Seymour,

Dan Lim, Dorlin Duran, Kalli
Roach, Kimberly Ricks, Billy
Freck, Patrick Black, Phillip
Sherwood, Tim Taylor

March 24

Alyssa Foil, Ben Kreiter, Earl
Evans, Janna Wagner, Jorge
Patino, Julie Falle, Lawrer.es
Hlabangana, Tammy Me- j
Donough, Tim Capps

March 25

Brooke Holland, Evan John-
son, Horace Dukes, Jor-
dan The, Laurin Ward, tisi
Pichette, Merritt MacLafiW
Michael Pichette, Trina Hol-

March 26

Allison Westermeyer, Ara
Boakye-Dankwa, Elisa A j
eogun, Heather Dappolo*
Jonathan Schuen, Meet* j
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How to date a Seventh-day Adventist

Adam Wamack
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I recently read an article on
ehow.com entitled "How to
Date a Seventh-day Adventist"
and thought it was funny the
way the author, Kenyatta Jo-
seph, viewed Adventist people.
It was a respectful article with-
out any below-the-belt shots
that may be seen elsewhere.
Joseph categorized dating an
Adventist as a difficulty level
of: Moderately Easy. Her ar-
ticle was broken down into
five steps of which I will sum-

Step 1: Have an open mind.
Step 2: Read the 28 Funda-
mental Beliefs of Adventist.

Step 3: Attend Adventist ac-
tivities such as banquets, con-
certs, Pathfinders and camp-
ing trips.

Step 4: Avoid using pres-
sure tactics.

Step 5: Picture yourself as
an Adventist before you criti-

To be perfectly honest, I was
surprised at how understand-
ing and, well, cool the author
seemed to be and how kindly
and fairly she presented the
Adventist church. You see, I
have heard before that "many
people of the outside world"
(that is verbatim, believe it

or not!) think we are a cult,
that we have no fun or that
we are just plain weird. How-
ever, I thought that this list of
steps was a bit incomplete to
fully prepare an "outsider" to
venture "inside" the Adven-
tist church by dating a mem-
ber; the practical steps seem
to have been misplaced, and
I wondered if perhaps there
were more. So I traveled to
Minis Tirith, "The White City,"
in Gondor and I searched
through their ancient records.

...I traveled to
Minis Tirith,
"The White

City," in
Gondor and
I searched

their ancient


After days of relentless, un-
fruitful searching, I finally
found the complete list. For
the first time available to the
eyes of the public, here is the
second half of the secret steps
on how to successfully date a
Seventh-day Adventist.

Step 6: Commit and use

(even if you don't know the
meaning) the following phras-
es to memory: "Well, Sister
White says that..." "Doug
Batchelor would agree."
"Wow, that Special-K loaf
looks amazing!"

Step 7: Go out, buy and try
the following items of fake
foods: Prime Steaks, Chic Pat-
ties, Grillers, Worthington
Chili (love that stuff), Fri Chic,
Worthington Scallops or any-
thing else near any of these
items on the shelf.

Step 8: If you're a girl, hide
all of your skirts that don't
touch the knee and blouses
that show the collarbone, and
if you're a guy, tuck your shirts
in (all of them) and pull your
pants all the way up to your
bellybutton. If you're a girl,
wipe off all your makeup, and
if you're a guy, well, you should
not have on any makeup to be-
gin with.

Step 9: It is not pronounced
"ad-VEN-tist;"' it is pro-
nounced "AD-ven-tist."

Step 10: Understand that
tracts are not on a CD, colpor-
tering is not a way to transport
your body through a phone,
haystacks are not in the back
yard and please understand
that everything is "Purpose





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no to balloons!?

Amount of posters asking for talent
show auditions.

Maybe I am just blind or happen to not
walk anywhere that they were hanging, but
I was sure surprised to see talent show post-
ers and no audition posters. I had a ballet
routine I wanted to do... I would have won,

Spring flings.

Anyone sick of all the twitterpated couples
"| — J on campus? Isn't true love about more than
holding each other in front of the dorms?

Getting put on CP or RHR for not

having enough worship credits. ,

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choice, as is when you want to sign out and go C_ jf
home for the weekend. Here at Southern, you \~j
miss a few nights and BOOM, neither one is op- [-13
tional. ^

Panera bagels on the Promenade.
Part of my culture has been rooted in bagels
for a long time, so I was pleasantly surprised
to see colorful signs for free bagels scrawled
into the sidewalk on that cold morning. Judg-
ing by the line I had to wait in, I was not the
only one.

Sunday 1:00-5:00 food options. /f

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free Seventh-day Adven-
ffamilies, including seven
Iren, were among the 14
■died in a plane crash on
Bay. The group was flying
California to Montana
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Ite plane crashed about
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pter, Amy Jacobson, her
and Erin and their chil-
ITaylor, 4, Ava, 3, and
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Asian Night draws large crowd

Daisy Wood
Staff Writer

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More than 1,000 students
and their family members ex-
perienced a little bit of Asian
culture through eating and
entertainment at Southern's
annual Asian Night in Hes P.E.
Center on Saturday night.

Seven countries were rep-
resented at Asian Night, in-
cluding India, Japan, China,
Korea, the Pacific Islands, In-
donesia and the Philippines.
Each country had a booth with
food, decorated tables and a
painted backdrop.

"This event keeps growing
so we tried to put the seven
countries on the outside walls

for more space in the middle"
said Gary Hoinouchi, audio
visual manager and one of the
Asian Club sponsors.

Many students and faculty
went to Asian Night because
of the food.

"I love Indian rice, love
the way it's spiced," said

gearing up
for SonRise

Amanda Allbn
Staff Writer

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SonRise, the annual pag-
eant that leads people through
the final days before Christ's
death and resurrection, will be
taking place on Saturday, April
14 with showings starting at
8:45 a.m. and going through
2 p.m.

Southern and the Colleg-
edale Seventh-day Adventist
Church have been offering
this pageant to the commu-
nity since 1996. Every year
it draws thousands of people
from all over Tennessee and
out of state including Adven-
tists and non-Adventists. Last
year the attendance for Son-
Rise totaled more than 10,000
people, and the same amount
is anticipated this year.

This year the church is
trying out a new venue for

Master of Social Work to be offered in fall 2010

Yvonne Saint-Villiers
Staff Writer.

[email protected]

The social work and fam-
ily studies department is in
the process of implementing a
new Master of Social Work de-
gree that should begin in the

fall of 2010.

The Master of Social Work
will be added after a number of
current students in the Bache-
lor of Social Work program ex-
pressed interest in pursuing a
graduate degree in social work
at Southern.

"The entire graduating class

of 2009 bachelor's of social
work students were very ex-
cited the moment we heard
there was a slight chance of
having the program in place
for future classes to use," said
Alana Pabon, a senior social
work major.

The social work department

is in search of a person hold-
ing a Ph.D. to coordinate the
program, but the person must
have a master's in social work
as well. Stanley Stevenson, a
professor in the social work
department, said there were

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New degree to be offered

Kara Turf-en
Staff Writer

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A new degree program will
begin in August 2009 that
encompasses outdoor leader-
ship, nursing and service.

The outdoor emergency
services (RN) program is de-
signed to incorporate an as-
sociate's degree in nursing as
well as a bachelor's degree in
outdoor leadership. The de-
gree will take four years to

The program has been ap-
proved by administration and
has been sent to the Southern
Association of College and
Schools for accreditation.

About 40 percent of nurs-
ing students who complete
their associate's degree do
not desire to continue on to a
bachelor's degree in nursing,
said Michael Hills, an associ-
ate professor in the School of
Education and Psychology.

"There is a huge need for
this program," Hills said. "This
offers a higher level of ability
and training for nursing stu-
dents, as well as being able to
utilize those skills for service."
The program will be like a
double major. Students will
fulfill all of the requirements
for an associate's degree in
nursing as well as a bachelor's
degree in outdoor leadership.
"I'm utilizing my nursing

degree, but I get to take fun
outdoor classes," said Timothy
George, a senior nursing ma-
jor who plans to start the pro-
gram next school year. "It's a
good excuse to take all the fun
classes, like vertical caving."

Shama Eller, a junior nurs-
ing major who also plans on
starting the program next
school year, said, "Being able
to have the nursing degree and
also the wilderness experience
is valuable. It's important to
have the knowledge and the
training to help people out in
the middle of nowhere."

There are two routes a stu-

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