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seniors

Adventist Intercollegiate Associa-
tion Convention, Takoma Park, MD

7 & 10 p.m. - Residence hall joint
worship (Thatcher Chapel)

Wednesday, April 1

Online fall registration for return-
ing freshman < 24 hours sophomores,
juniors & seniors

Adventist Intercollegiate Associa-
tion Convention, Takoma Park, MD

Wind Symphony Tour

Thursday, April 2

Online Fall Registration for Return-
ing Sophomores > 23 hours, Juniors
& Seniors

Adventist Intercollegiate Associa-
tion Convention, Takoma Park, MD

Wind Symphony Tour

11 a.m. - Convocation, As|an Heri-
tage (Church)

3:30 p.m. - Deans/chairs advisory



Malawi Project | In con-
junction with Adventist Inter-
collegiate Association, Adven-



tist Health International, and
the Adventist colleges/uni-
versities of the North Ameri-
can Division, we are planning
a short term mission trip to
Malawi, Africa this summer.
The dates for the trip will be
June 23-July 8, 2009. The
project will consist of three as-
pects: 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
further information.

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.

Malamulo | Thank you for
your generous donations for



Malamulo! We have currently
raised $22,009.22. Further
donations can be taken to Kari
Shultz's office.



March 27

Amber DeBoer, Caleb Corn,
Calvin Cummings, Carta
Smith, Christine Waldrop, Em-
ily Abemathy, John Osborne,
Katie Ferguson, Lauren Ys-
seldyke, Michel Brival, Shane
Akerman, Temple Bragg

March 28

Daphne Bastien, Megan Du-
man, Rennie Bodden

March 29

Abri-Ronel Oberholster, Bruce
Ashton, Clifford Williams, Jes-
sica Meeks, Pauline O'Mirera,
Sandra Lithgow



March 30

Aaron Kincaid, Bradford Wise,
Jerica Moore, Joel Honore,
Julie Hambridge, Julie Prag-
nell, Lacey Hassencahl, Marty
Hirschkorn, Ruben Harris,
Samara Larson



Megan Loney, Sam Steele, Tif-
fany Hevener, Tisha Gabriel,
Tom Stone

April 1

April Hills, Mistique Piedra,
Phil Patron



March 31 April 2

Brandon Peters, Carolyn Tay- Garrett Nudd, George McClel-

lor, Dean Boyer, Janene Dun- Ian, Lindsey Holland, Richard

ston, Jenna Sfalanga, Laura Jacobson, Robert Burks, Whit

Edrington, Marie Carver, Jordan



We want you!

next year for the ^

Southern accent

Copy editor, Sports editor,
Humor editor, Opinion editor,
Lifestyles editor, Investigatr
reporter, Layout editor,
Web manager

Send your resume and three

references to Emily Young at

[email protected]




THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 2009








THE SOUTHERN ACCENT 1 1

To add or remove classifieds email
[email protected]



Tent | Two man, 3 season
1 tent for $100 (Eureka 2XTa
, Pinnacle Pass). Fairly new and
f has been barely used. Product
I features: Dome-style back-
packing tent sleeps two (7*5"
by 4'n" floor; 36.5 square foot
area). Two built-in fully cov-
I ered vestibules for added gear
storage (6.7 square feet each).
Two doors, two windows, two
mesh roof"vents, and a poke-
l out vent in the sidewall for
additional ventilation, weighs
[ 4 pounds, 11 ounces. Con-
tact: Vuyo at [email protected]
( southern.edu or call 256-375-
5466.

'00 Toyota Echo | For sale.
White. Good condition. 130k
miles. Great gas mileage.
$2,ooo/obo. Call 828-606-
6498 for more info.

Yard sale | Sunday March 29,
Noon to 4 p.m., 4114 Univer-
sity Drive apartment B, micro-
waves, dishes, furniture, CD's,
DVD's, shoes, clothing, purses
I E-mail [email protected]
com.

I Female Roommate | 3 bed-
I rooms, 2 baths. $250 + utili-
ties. E-mail [email protected]

com.

Rock Climbing Shoes|

I Brand new climbing shoes size

J 7 i/2- Retail $120, will sell

■ for $60. Call Kevin 719-235-

3469.

■LogitechAudioHubSpeak-
|ers I Brand New, still in box.
■Premium 2.1 audio, powered,
■integrated 3-port USB hub,
feace-saving design, adjust-
able body, webcam stand, per-
■fect for laptops. Bought two,
■pnly using one. Regular price
W«>o, selling for $30. E-mail
[email protected] or call
P438-3941.

"era | Like New Fujitsu
ifebook U810 Tablet note-
»k for sale. 5.6" WSVGA
puchscreen, 800 MHz Intel
IjWo processor, 1 GB DDR2
'. 40 GB drive, Wireless a-



b-g, Bluetooth 2.0, XP Tablet
Edition, flash card slot, $300
worth of accessories included.
Asking $725, E-mail for more
info [email protected]

House for rent 1 3 bedroom/
2- bath like new. Master bath
with a Jacuzzi tub and sepa-
rate shower. Beautiful open
plan. All appliances included.
Available now. Around 1 mile
from Southern. $1200+ Cell
352-455-2224 or House 352-
357-9305-

Sofa I for sale $20, lava lamps
for sale $30 for two, large lug-
gage for sale $30, bongo for
sale $30, please contact Ste-
ven 304- 616-1156.

Loveseat | $225. Please call
Melissa at 423-313-1691.

Entertainment center |

$200. Please call Melissa at
423-313-1691-

Two paintball markers

Minimag: All custom, 3 bar-
rells and tanks and mask. Be-
jamin Sheridan VM-68: 2 bar- '
rells, remote, venturi bolt. All
for $150. Jonathan, 423-605-
8437-

Worksman folding bike

"Electric Blue" single speed,
new whitewall, tires, rear rack,
front basket, chrome fend-
ers, in excellent shape. $279
new, will take $75. Great bike
for getting around campus
and town. Call Jonathan at
423-605-8437-

Bike for sale | Schwinn New
World (1940-1952 build years)
Chicago-made bike, single
speed, coaster brake, original
schwinn grips, bike is all origi-
nal, step thru frame, awesome
fenders with a fin! Missing
"tank." This bike is boss. $45-
Call Jonathan 423-605-8437.

Free Spirit road bike | Was

a 10 speed, shifting is lame,
budget, single speed bike, $15
Call Jonathan 423-605-8437-



Myoplex Protein shakes
for body building

Vanilla or strawberry flavor.
Each package has 42 grams
of protein with vitamins
and minerals. Half price at
only $i each. 423-894-1858.

Camelback | Brand new
womens Helena Camelbak.
Was $80 Asking price $50.
Call Julie at 423-653-8302.

Home for sale by owner

in Ooltewah/Collegedale area
3 miles from SAU. 3/4 acre
fenced in yard, 1,600 square
feet, 3 bed, 2 bath, central
electric heat/ac, gas fireplace
in living room, dishwasher
in kitchen," laundry room,
walk-in closet in master,
crownmolding throughout,
ceramic tile & berber carpet,
front and back porch. Asking
$133,000 call 423-508-0345.

Photo package | Profession-
al photos at student prices!
Take your pick of outdoor or
studio pictures. Kodak Royal
Gold Quality Photographic
paper used. Package includes
1-8x10, 2-5x7, 8 Wallets for
only $35! E-mail Buddy at
[email protected]

Stereo for sale | Sony, sin-
gle CD, single cassette. $20.
Please call Melissa at 423-313-
1691. Leave message.

VCR for sale | Toshiba. $5.
Please call Melissa at 423-313-
1691. Leave message.

DVD player for sale | Em-
erson. $15. Please call Melissa
at 423-313-1691. Leave mes-
sage.

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-



Wildlife lover's paradise

3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms,
cable/Internet, washer/dryer.
$250 plus utilities. Within a
mile from Southern. E-mail
[email protected] for ap-
plication.

Female roommate wanted

$275 plus utilities. 1.5 mi.
from Southern. E-mail glery-
[email protected] for more
info.

Roommate wanted | Look-
ing for a female roommate to
live with 3 other girls about
1.5 miles from Southern. 2
bedroom,^ bathroom house.
Would need to be willing to
share a small room with one
other girl. $i8s/mo. Contact
Jenny 423-503-3404.

Rooms for rent | 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 miles, well-maintained,
great shape, $5,495 Call Jus-
tin at 423-308-9610.

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

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



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

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, 5pc 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.

Camping Backpack | Deu-

ter Futura Vario 50+10. Awe-
some pack, basically brand
new, only used 3 times. $140.
Call Austin at 937-684-2254.

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



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12 THE SOUTHERN ACCENT



humor



Surviving the meltdown The wall

How to save while the economy crashes



Adam Wamack
Relicion Editor

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Step l: Eat Ramen. 14

cents a pack, more than 10 dif-
ferent kinds and a flavor so full
and tasty you will have a good
time, every time— guaranteed.
Step 2: Sell your body.
Your plasma, that is. It can
save a life. Plus you can make
mad money, yo! Just make
sure to explain the tract marks
in your arm.

Step 3: Shop at the Sa-
maritan Center. These
days the "thrifty look" is in, so
make it a habit to check out
the clothes bins, bumping el-
bows with Ooltewah's best, be-
fore going to the mall for your
clothes.

Step 4: Stop driving
around. You HAVE to be
conservative on gas. Barrel -
prices are going back up (just
hit $50 again), and you never
know if Texas is going to go
into we-are-hoarding-all-the-
gas-and-you-don't-get-any
mode again. So don't get in
your car unless it's to buy Ra-
men, sell plasma or shop at the
Samaritan Center.

Step 5: Make rich friends.
This could mean "rich" as in
morally rich or socially hon-
orable, but the honest truth



is that no one ever complains
about having that one friend
that just seems not to be wor-
ried about finances. But don't
be shallow, in fact, you may
just want to scratch this step...
Step 6: Don't go over
your food limit. Remem-
ber, you. WILL have to pay the
money that you use over your
limit in the cafeteria/Village
Market/Campus Shop. Unlike
the cafeteria, however, you
are not required to use any
of the allotted money for the
VM and Campus Shop. Most
importantly, remember that
there is nothing free here at
Southern... except bagels on
the promenade (God bless the
SA!).

Step 7: Sew your own
clothes. If you can actually
do this, then you are one in
a million. I don't even think
they sell sewing machines in
Wal-Mart anymore. This may
not be a useful step; if not, go
on to the last step.

Step 8: Make alliances.
"Ill cut your hair if you print
off my research paper on your
printer." Everyone has some-
thing to offer than no one else
can, you just have to find out
where your strengths are and
find someone who you can
swap skills with.



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Jesus returned in the Sec-
ond Coming and took all His
followers back to heaven.
They were all so happy and
they celebrated joyously. He
took them all through heaven,
showing them the glory that
He had held in store for them.
But suddenly they came up to
a very tall wall. Even though
the following crowd was as
thick, no one could see the
ends of the wall on either side.
"Jesus," the people asked, "Je-
sus.what is this wall?"

"Shhh!" He responded.

"But what's on the other—"
they began.

"Shhh," Jesus persisted,
"keep your voices down." He
continued in a hushed tone,
the crowd pressing closer to
be able to hear His words. "On
the other side of this wall are
all of the Adventists, and they
think that they are the only
ones here."

'Remember, "Don't pick on people,
jump on their failures, criticize
their faults— unless, of course, you
want the same treatment. That
critical spirit has a way ofboomer-
anging. Ifs easy to see a smudge
on your neighbor's face and be
oblivious to the ugly sneer on your
own. Do you have the nerve to say,
'Let me wash your face for you,'
when your own face is distorted by
contempt? It's this whole travel-
ing road-show mentality all over
again, playing a holier-than-thou
part instead of just living your
part. Wipe that ugly sneer off your
own face, and you might befit to
offer a washcloth to your neigh-
bor." (Matthew 7:1-5, The Message



Bible)



THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 2009

Wb Adam Wamack

Humor Editor

[email protected]




David Asscherick

A great speaker— he has been for years.
The blessing is full every time, and get-
ting both convo and worship credits isn't
bad either. Three birds with one stone...



Eco friendly cafe trays

Sure, those new trays were expensive at 75
cents a pop, but I was willing to pay any
amount necessary so that the sea levels
won't rise and my grandchildren will be
able to breathe without gills.

Only 4 weeks of school left .

I have a dream that one day all Southern
students, computing majors to journalism
majors, men and women, graduate and
undergraduate, will be able to join hands
and sing the words echoing from campuses
across the nation: "Free at last, free at last,
thank God Almighty, we are free at last!"

Asian Night

There was actually a decent amount of food.
Normally on Asian Night, I go and get a quarter
of a spoonful of rice and a kick in the seat, out
the door. But this time I actually took a bite and
there was enough to go back for another!



It's almost tune for new VM money

This month is almost over, and for those of
you who have used all of your VM/Campus
Shop funds that means replenished funds (or
at least a new credit limit).

Positivity and lots of THUMBS UPS r\

We have SO much to be thankful for. Yeah, the \A
economy is lower than my calculus II grade my fp=-\
sophomore year (and that's pretty darn low), VZT /^
but we really have a lot to praise God for... He is *^_
good, all the time; and all the time...



Do all your friends
laugh at you?

The humor page needs you!



Please submit your most embarrassing on-cam-
pus/in-class story in about 100 words, and the lop
five will be printed in a later issue. Send all humor
page submissions to Adam Wamack.

[email protected]



April 2, 2009



ACCENT.southern.edu • The student voice since 1926



students
in SIFE
•egional

jitie Hammond
Iews Editor
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| Five students from South-

n will participate in Students

Free Enterprise's (SIFE)

national competition in Phila-

flelphia, May 10 through 12,

winning first place at

JlFE's regional competition in

Itlanta Monday.

\ According to their Web site,

HFE "establishes student pro-

Tis on campuses around-

te world" and they "apply

business concepts to develop

pmmunity outreach projects

pat improve the quality of

: and standard of living for-

Jeople in need."

SIFE's regional competi-
tion in Atlanta consisted of 40
jhools divided up into eight
{agues. Each school gave a
l-minute audio-visual pre-
station on different proj-
their school had com-
bed throughout the year to
panel of judges, including
pae CEO's from major or-
jiizations such as Walmart,
|d Carrie Harlin, director
[SIFE in the School of Busi-
s & Management. After the
jsentations, the judges se-
fted two schools from each



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VOLUVlE 64, ISSUE 22



Scott Spicer, assistant coach, and Leah Bermudez, girls' captain, perfo)
Gym-Masters home show Saturday.



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Home show has spiritual emphasis



Kara Turf-en
Staff Whiter
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On March 28, lies P.E.
Center was packed with 1,400
people who came to watch
the Gym-Masters top off their
season with acrobatic perfor-
mances incorporating Christ.

"The spiritual emphasis
throughout the show is what
set this one apart," said Rich-
ard Schwarz, head coach of
Gym-Masters for nine years.

Beth Hartman, a first year
team member and freshman
pre-occupational therapy ma-
jor, said home shows in the
past haven't been continually



spiritual, but this one was.

"We also didn't end with
our 'NBA routine,' which we
normally do and is a crowd
pleaser," Hartman said. "We
ended with 'One Way,' which
is the routine that points to
Him."

The show, based off "Pil-
grims Progress," was a glimpse
of what the year was like for
the team, said Leah Bermu-
dez, fourth-year team mem-
ber, girl's captain and a senior
management entrepreneur-
ship major.

"Everyone had their own
baggage and burdens, and it
wasn't until they let someone
else cany it that things got bet-



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HUMOR



ter as a team," Bermudez said.
"Relationships grew through-
out the year and home show
was a really good depiction of
how our year went."

Team members also felt dif-
ferent routines depicted dif-
ferent personal and spiritual
struggles that they dealt with.

"The 'wall routine' depicted
the spiritual battle that we
go through and I really liked
that," said Alex Bolanos, a
fourth year team member and
senior physical education ma-
jor.

But, the spiritual emphasis
wasn't only during the home



NEWS




Students from
Japan to study
at Southern for
the summer

Shelby Lambertson
Staff Writer

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This summer, 20 to 25 Jap-
anese nursing students from
San-iku Gakuin College, and
possibly students from Red
Cross Nursing University in
Japan, will attend summer
nursing classes at Southern
Adventist University.

From Aug. 3 to Aug. 20, the
Japanese nursing students
will spend three weeks in an
English as a second language
(ESL) class, a physical as-
sessment nursing class taught
by two master's of science in
nursing (MSN) students and
experience two class sessions
about the U.S. healthcare sys-
tem that will be taught by an-
other MSN student, said Bar-
bara James, dean of the School
ofNursing.

James said the San-iku
Gakuin College faculty and
students showed great hos-
pitality when she visited with
the Adventist Accrediting As-
sociation. Through this sum-
mer session at Southern, the
nursing department will have
the opportunity to return that
hospitality.

"I think it's a wonderful




Did you miss the
Pentacost 2 meetings?
Turn to page 3 to
read about them.



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2 THE SOUTHERN ACCENT



NEWS



THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 2009



Morris reaches via online learning Speaker gives non-Adventist perspective



Jason Busch
staff wrtter

jhusrhtfl southern. edll



For the past 22 years, Dr.
Derek Morris has been teach-
ing others about Jesus Christ.

Four years ago, when South-
ern was starting their online
program, Morris saw it as an
opportunity to reach others in
ways a traditional class can-
not, and he has been teaching
the life and teachings of Jesus
class online ever since.

"An online class provides
a quality SAU learning expe-
rience for those who are not
able to come to our campus
or those whose schedules do
not allow them to take one
of the on-campus sections
of the class," Morris said. "I
have taught a summer class
with students from Alaska to
-Florida and from California
to Nigeria."

While the class offers the
chance to teach students
around the world, it also al-
lows students to share the
lectures with their friends and
family at any time.

"I see students getting ex-
cited about learning, and spe-
cifically in this class developing
a persona] relationship with
Jesus Christ," Morris said. "I
have non-Christian students
who are exploring the radical
claims of Jesus."

Some students that have




Derek Morris



heard about the class are eager
to take it due to combination
of Morris's teaching style and
the online experience.

"I've heard great things
about him and the class," said
Tyler Barrows, a junior Eng-
lish major. "I'm seriously con-
sidering taking it."

Elise Harboldt, a junior
nursing major, said she
learned a lot from Morris'
class.

"It was very organized and
I knew what was expected of
me," she said. Harboldt added
that she would like to take the
online class again, just to re-
view what she learned the first
time.

As the Internet continues to
expand, Morris will continue
to utilize the technology in or-
der to teach people around the
world about Jesus Christ.



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Each year the School of
Religion has a non-Adventist
come to present convocation
for the Hasel Lectureship.
This year Paul House, a Pres-
byterian, spoke to students on
trusting God. House acknowl-
edged that students might not
agree with everything he was
going to say, but he encour-
aged them to challenge him
if he strayed from the Bible's
teachings.

"You should always have
a Bible in chapel because if
the sermon is not biblical you
should know it and not follow
it," House said as he started
his talk.

Students agreed that dis-
cussion with other faiths is



vital, but should be grounded
in the Bible.

"I believe there are other
churches that have some truth
that we're really lacking," said
BJ Taylor, a senior religious
studies major. "I think it's al-
most a necessity that we come
together with what we know
and talk about things as long
as the Bible is our constant
foundation."

House is the associate dean
of Beeson Divinity School in
Birmingham, Ala. Through his
extensive study of the Old Tes-
tament, House adopted some
practices in common with Ad-
ventists. For instance, he be-
came convicted that the time
from sundown on Friday to
sundown on Saturday should
be set aside for God. However,
he does not share all of the



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