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Sports

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Bowi. and meet the



Opinion

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Religion



attend on Sabbath?



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IN THE

NEWS

Washington (Reuters)

ongress pressed Fire-
,e and Ford Tuesday to
all documents
the deadly tire






shuttle Atlantis

I the doore, turned

the lights, sniffed the



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e balance on Tuesday, a



I for its alleged role ii



at a-similar racial dispari-
^xisls throughout the
. criminal justice sys-



's Security Council. One
Gcial said the plans could



lunlry's media laws.



m Tuesday it believed



iiesults have been so
iing that the Nation-



. mostly in rat
London (Reuters)



Southern steps up in ranking

Southern joins Walla Walla as only Adventist colleges in second tier



By Jason Arnold



Southern climbed
he U.S. Ne
_teport Bi
Rankings

reclaiming a ^cluuu uci
ranking.

Teacher evalua-
tions received
typed and
handwritten



Every year U.S. Ne<
and Wor "
colleges and

name the top 25 crlleaes
in each region and then
rank the rest of the col-
leges in three more levels, the



Last year's drop was par- information to U.S. News
tially due to a lack of and World Report. Tliis
financial information year the school was able




World Report ranks






By Kyle B



Some students may
feel indifferent and oth-
ers intimidated by
teacher evaluations, but
teachers and faculty

icourage students to

:press their opinions.

Although students may
feel stressed knowing



how a class I



T&



encourages students I





, m




\


A hot summer day


SSSr"



Southern alumni
lead public relations
department



By Jason Arnold

Many students may n



Southern's Public



for lb weeks to help ol



: department. Most golh Howell and Nudd



the department has r



Commonly they botii



run the PR department individiially they have
it Southern. other olans

Howell, directorofpub- Howell said he (vants



McKee Food;



supervisor for southti



n with Southern.




School of Visual Art and Design gets new computer lab



;hanges and find the a



j—r changes ar

A plethora ol changes departmen

have taken place in the art ^^^^ friendij

department over the past -f},jg yQ^y



dent can log i



that's not cheap." geltin" Pizar said. in, junior art major is a certain amount oi

The Art cfepartment While most art slu- Rachel Komorowski said, upkeep necessary, il wl

purchases goods that will dents are content with the Although not everyone arc to keep pace wilti

be consumed and eventu- new changes, some senses the benefits, the changing t.-chnotop.

ally replaced such as film remain less enthusiastic. resounding sentiment Lab fees were ili<' utily

stock, lighting supplies, "I'm glad the art heard from most is that means bv wliiLti iin'

and a multitude of other department is progress- the art departmer



dents will be charged
S500 lab fee for the cc.
and upkeep of departmen-



2 of






I upkeep of departmen- Junior animation major
equipment and sup- Nathan Pizar said, "^t



give students a greatei

sense of ownership

,.^ respoBJbilily. and familiar

and ily. 1 definitely feel like I n



dard of their craft.
Wayne Hazen Dean o



The upRrade incluiied a
lelwork with a terabyte of



'I The Soutfaem Accent



reputation school.

^, were sent to "Very few numbers are

it of ttie other schools compared in this ranking

■ ■ ] those numbers are

; always what reflect



e southern region to and those numbers :



introduce those ;

to Southern, Sauder saJd. the value 01 a

Advertisements were also Bietz said. "For 01



and News Week.



When asked






mrollment.



advertisements will only great deal t



effect
E

There i



be printed in magazines easily

in the southern region, bers Inat ueiermine uie

T^ie cost of regional Duy- value of a person's educa-

Bietz added. "1



the :



know of any students w



Review, Sauder said. chose Southern t



Students feel the



e rankings."
took some work foi
hern to climb back u



community," said Susie Southern



However,
ments are tur
office thai C(



Bahcock said.

Babcock said that
while teachers appreciate

really "don't help' you



derful," Hazen said. "I
think the students will
definitely benefit from




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Off-campus I
get internet i



Trayer on the tootball
field a free speech sin



students living in off- the



"'.*' house will point directly Badger



mil allow " (U-WIRE) MADISON, one Our Father before



ne in the house to wis- Oh «™ .,.. ^—
(he school's Inter- [j,, ^^^^^^l district of Santa



16 years that I v

., jnded hv all t

praying did !
one Our Fathv. ^^.^-.^ -
football game, a basket-
ed game of table 1



s housing are fru^ kickoftat football games,



using the wireless Inter- accessibility to the Inter-
net for the new student ^eL
apartments currently -ji has been stressful to
being built. That is why (,ot have a computer



said publi
school district The defei.
dants claim that their



\Vhy? Well. 1 cannot speak
for the administrators of
any of my schools, but I
would guess that _ it
..^„™„.j silly. I don t think
iL cYt.i crossed tJie minds
of the spectators to have a
pregame prayer.



rayers uvci mc wouio kucm """■ '
PA system before seemed silly. I don't think



participate in the pra

atmosphere is fairly c
cive. I am not saying \
prayer should be forb
den in the world of si



First Amendment rights
On^'Thi



-eligion pregame prayers



game ymyc's ntit ..■-
iiuL allowed back in July, force
However, some students of the



U. Florida alumnus
killed in West Timor
militia attack



" selves - claim that broad-
casting prayers at a pubLc
function excludes stu-
dents of other religions
and flies in the face of sep-
aration of church and
state. ^Vhat we have here



wrong, so they tried to
arrange a demonstration
for the first game of the
year in September. How-
ever, the orotesE fell flat
when only 200 people



However, if Uiey try

-■ ;mem^,

parti cip

iating'^lhe First Aniei



sonal prayer for the it



r there announcer's introduction



NESVILLE, Fla,
/i-rsity of Floi
inus Carlos Cacerei



Elba Caceres, said Sun-



t and dedicated. He



Florida Iikecl to help people. "He Nowbeforeyi



idp people. He wanted to



Wedn.-sday in V
TimorinallniledNat



journalism degree ii
Spring of 1988. was work-
iiiK iV.r llu- D.N High



she said. "Wherever 1
Elba Caceres said h'



"He loved different cul-
tures," she said. "He

fused by his son's death,
"One of the questions I
for the United



the computer tab and fire

'" ngry e-mail to the

I would like to



organizers believed place in tins counb-y? I

,,,_._ powered we expect God to

despite the football game
interest? Is God <
edge of His seat. Pi ..
hand, shouting obsce
ties at the referees?
I tiiink spectators thi



would have overpowered
the announcer, despite
his use of the FA system.
! think Uie poor participa-
tion should prove to the
organizers and defen-
dants alike that not every-
one in their small Texas way too rr
town believes in their own influen
cause. come of a I

I wonder about the And the ■
spirituality of the defen- Santa Fe,
dants in tliis case, whose
allies have harassed those



I much of th



d football. But did we
er have a prayer broad-
it over the PA at a foot-



assaulted Cath(



own perceptions of C
Maybe G ' '

having 1

Maybe Santa

.. ipting God wh

he watches ''Providen(



end of the ifay, broadcast



He (Caceres) over the school PA In reli'gious element ii



is interrupting God wh
Itches ''Providen(
Friday night
s likely





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Wliat happened?" said his
[allier. Gregorio Caceres.
Caceres' fither said a
Geneva official of the
U.N. High Commissioner
for Refugees told him the
United Nations had evac-



evacuated, lunch. But i



- Christians school ft



simply because they dis-



,t them back after the



Indonesian government
proniir ■ ■ ■ '- -

would



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disobeying Supreme Court praye
ruling



soldiers bv Scon Ji



The Duvmondback



i|ii'Hi s.iiil, w;ib. plagued by violence

■ I "(Ik' pendence referendum.

vrrv Militias supported by the

<:<l "He Indonesian government

'I. mill-." destroyed much of the

V. il e- territory. It was then that

ii iim many ^st Timorese fled

.! Ill [| a island seeking refuge.

I'll. U.N. officials said Friday

' ' ill, it he that they thought miiitia-

.. iM- ihe men in Betun, 30 miles

1 S.111I. south of Alambua, klUed

ar ulien he 20 villagers,

t what kind Tipton said he did not

was headed know Caceres was in
West Timor, and that he

iFiiilv is iiii/- was saddened to hear the

'■ .i" 'il' "Unjust too bad it had



(U-WRE) COLLEGE
PARK. Md. - The Ughts
go up, the national
anthem has just ended

^re^to^'tfke^^e^field' ^^^°
4,000 voices join in tiie ^^n
Lord's Prayer, echoing a ^e i'r



both legal and illegal
In Mississippi, where



'This effort unc



controversy that has been
brewing since June.

In Santa Fe, Texas. .



!o follow the



"\Ve support I



Santa Fe Indeper
School District bee



students invoked c



although we don't agree
■■■'"- ■■" "-yant said in ,-
USA Today,
^ai ncek the
versy returned
nlace where it b ■
I group called



with it" Bryant s
statement to USA .
Last week the i
versy returned to me
place where it began with
a group callei* ' ""
No Play. The



prayer was at _
when done privately.



Supreme Court ruled &-3
that school-sponsored
prayer before football

e said. tiond because it violates
the Establishment Clause



that il would lead a 10,000
person prayer rally at the
opening football game
between SanU Fe and
Hitchcock high schools.

Kody Shed. No Pray,
No Play director, said his
group will distribute



led to this report which stipulates



lUh%af^^S™S «-%««!& gw^-SuSSrS'



pray, but Uiey should



public school setti
Saturday's prayer r
Fe only i^



The Accent is look-
ing for staff writers
for all sections, pho-
tographers, and
someone with expe-
rience In Quark
XPress, Free Hand
and Photoshop. Call
2721 or email
[email protected]



"Our leaflets ;



rallies vnll be besides the



itudentsthediffi- Oie LorJ



choice between



personally offensive reli-
gious ritual." according to

released by the Court



the National Anthem



The Anti-Defamation
League



Jl season beguis around <;„,«;.; — „_*■ "f.
the nation, some high
schools in the South are

cSs Son' t^rouSh



and bigotry.
effort to pro-



attending the high schi
game, but parlif '

sides feel that i!

"We look an issue
the Supreme Court t

Bridget Louivier, a spe

Houston Chronicle. "■
school board came ho



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Ask a
Geek



Bluetooth-not just a weird name



espondinglikeitused
-Mouse Problems




Christmas breax ana you required are a Das
need your computer. But m^^ controller)
that nest of wires beh^ind v^j-t tlie r^dio sigi.-.
digital signal and i



coworkers - all
geek stuff.




blow the dust out of Ih

hurt to clean the ball off
with rubbing alcohol (DO
NOT USE WATER). Put



his old printer so I don't
have to use lhe...ones in
the lab, but my computer



there a way to TELL the
computer what kind of
printer it is? Do I need a
disk of some sort?
HELP?



to get a driver for your
printer. Ifyou havelnler-



Bluetooth is

a protocol
ng developed tajn (fata integrity ;

I supported by many ^^me software (iink rr.— _ .

ager). which coordinates ods like EEherne_tj^to]jgii



panies tt

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