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tfail before fircGghiers man-


underground, burn


for eight days.




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Because of the fire and


water sources. Due to the


inside. Many of tl




distance from the road ^d






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''tofuS'lro,^


According to Chief Den-






nis Thomason of the Tri-




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h^lry service ™s called


members then cond


calls from (Southern Adven-


nearly 10 acr^ fire.


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SA bikes continue to be broken H^'Ss iFSj^| Ss^SS

D.E.E.P students
serve as senators



chased by the Student A;



renlly completely out of








.„n . nn.-,,, —.- - - - -^- Still, ihe blggest proWcm (qeEP)

' ,,=ir<r ir for Conrad explained tiiat a lot so far with Ihe new bicycles 'j^^^ ^^^ p.

Paris 10 f« the o^eMits." "^"^f J^,\tt'",«,aents denS'catlnoUn^'one whe"n SeT'R JIa""' "e'

ciaiion vk^' ^'"nresidenL ar"*'^ at a building Uiey just Ihey need one. bers of the student scr

beUeves that the bikes are throw the bike onto Ihe ''f '"^^'Ij^i^'clestrok^ Student Assodadon

quenUy than students- per- ^"(^*^J^f ^^fjjj,'"'j^^. '' ^C Nmited to my hours JSniS^ f ^MnTe &nale ^^^^^M^^i^B^— "

S8''to'l^arrbike°lik'e ge^' on Ihe handlebars are '^''^^^fj'^s';^^„^"J^^ ^cidlyTr 'students in ^^^ ,^, ,«„^^^„„ m„T!ll'^^Tn!>^'Z^

gel ridden abo^t "every fif- Ho^^ver. according lo be (Jycd -Each ;^<-<''< »' by an Oak^'ood student first J*^»- ™.i.u« ««,.«««« o.e.e, .. u

leen minules while persona) Myers, students sonielimes J^"^!'^',^|^^'JJ;|-[,^^'[!™ut i semester and a Southern eadofthe Fi E T I' 'ludcjiL

'n^e school bikes^-MT^ut a Theyllputairinaflattire.or -lithe M.-nai<^ approved it. ^^^ ■ siudents would be Marnel Niles, an Oak- inactiviUes.itSoullicrn.lt

lot quicker." Myers adds, "1 puta chain back in place that I'd like to buy maybe five appointed instead of elected, wood junior studying adver- a greal v.ay oi meeung ne



lUteil's direct van. has slipped off.



Contact the Accent!


NEWS


Republicans and democrat!
party in Chattanooga


Advertising: (423) 238-2722


a public hearing lo take enrollment a! Southern,
place. Eller said. agreed.

nonprofit management market, and money has




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nance would have much Icgedalebasedonaconserv-




1 "^iK • ^H '0 tTTi


Omce Hours:


effcct on Collegedale. alive base."


Shouts and applause


' .^^tt^Kt^'^'^- ^^L^ '"''Wl






erupted fromagroup of peo-






opmeni of Collegedale." CooUdge, also a business


ple huddled around a large


^^^^■^■r -^"^j^^Hi -^^BI


Tuesday: 1 pm- - 5 p.m.; 7 p.m. - 12 a,m.


Orange said. "I don't believe professor al Southern, voted


screen TV. and the United






Ithe ordinance! will increase against the ordinance the










wall of an ornate banquet




Friday: 10 a.m. -2 p.m.


in Ihe community." Orange talked wUi students about








added that she believes alco- alcohol availability.


of°a'bl!irmLker.






hoi ruins lives. "Students are not in the


The news channel has








just projected Gore would






Collgedale resident, was ialcoholl." Coolidge said.


carry Michigan, and the die-






skeptical about the idea that Mayor Jones repeatedly


hard Democrats gathered al




As<IstiiiilNc«s Editor


high-class restaurants. their participation and apolo-
"Tlie upscale restaurants giwd for the lack of chairs


the election convention were


H JKP^' " 1


KylcBaMw^n^


-Kghl now ifs looking Mmceiiacoibum/su,-i f,...,..-,,;...






prtjtty good, but it's too early min) cne. cola.* m a .wu. thai tb.m gov, obci.bo viBmh „„


EdKorinl Page Editor


have a license for more eon- audience to stand.


tOteIl,"saidJohnG.Wims,a during Uio[>«inoerat part* al the naUMon oa ouss uesOj, ,^










Viniln Sauder. vice presi- LVs input on the meeting,"


'^WdL°p3yd«lared ^^^^^ ,J^"^^^ J^*;;!'^ "ty in this crowd ,








Lifestyles Editor

Religion Editor

Billy Gagcr


which would make up tor available to the students as
the four that are broken. possible, students should be

"to keep as many bicycles the bikes."


te'^C''he''S^o'^i'y S clri'ng in eaTh sS are gathered in front da'
knee-high and helped his the news projected which screen lVcareHiiiyn»
mother vole and he said he candidate would win it. lonng the progress of ej
hasnevervotedforaKepub- SmaJl numbers written vith and da e
Ucan since, in each state signified how J m S ewa braf^ed 1
Td vole for my yellow many electoral voles ca h he has been Re pub can
dog Raggy before I'd vote carried. 'l.L'^!,„" ..f^'^ ''I'"


Sports Editor




for a Republican for Presi- "1 got up this mo n ng mpo an ^ssue o him


MorgiinKochcnowcr


continued from page 1




Business Editor


people and helping others, the student bodies and
Ifs a feel-good thing.* ad minis tra dons."

Niles described her deci- Niles said she would




ngh Bu Sewar sd




sion 10 apply (or D.E_E.P. as encourage people to become


W


ha^apZ*^" 1" Er


Jancllc Wasmcr


■It look a week or so to warns that it might be hard-




Jannajahn -ud heh








x.rmji




JoeUCom


lo be nble to adjust to differ- only about 6ve white stu-


.


;^ri


"ti Rde on




working with black people Southern is more diverse.








JennXt Willi":^


■ V^ "


^ \ A d"fi"




my whole life," she said. Ijoran Haugsled. a senior


■ ' l ^ Jt




Deslpi/Gniphlcs Edltofs


Paul Myers, Student religionsludenlalSouthern.


c" -^ «#- ' ■'.a.,.




Man Boslcy


president, said that a stu- for the first semester of last
dent serving in Ihe Senate year through D.E.E.P. "It


' t/Jte-'


Repub can




will swap seats with Robert was a really good experi-






p^^WJl^'i




par he R pubhc


Faculty Advisor


S"HumEo£i'jS? E^d'tSKaH


^^^^^^^a^^^^S!^ '^ ""hked Bu h IS 1 ,








Pbologniphcr


its third "year- The program there " I^Lisha Bonntr is


their party at tf,« MoMoH Hatal Tc«da» rieht. h S on n the he i


Louis Uchi




1 m here for the suppoi

Radisson Read House in said he was afraid to be dis- themassofpeoplcweari
dow-ntown Chattanooga appointed. -I get too full George Bush mask.'


V^ -^ » '^'*"?!iS''" ., „ -, ,




were as adamant as Willis, involved in it I've had.these enthusiasm seemed to \a


■;■ "-' '.'Adviw Colnnmbl ' -■ -'

Sh..l1y Setrldl


ft


seeped from the early galh- A few block down the crowd,
ering of about 60 people, street the Republicans also Two passionately o
People of various economic joined together in a common site groups of people s
classes, races, and ages cause. ercd just a few blocks a
joined together in a common The conference room on to watch every developi
cause, bonded by the same the second floor of the Mar- of the nail-biter elecdoo.


HeailKrRyni


J|^


Rev, Roland Johnson, with wall-to-wall people, prqcess emanated from
from Detroit, said his moth- another very diverse group two separate building
tr called to tell him people crossing economic, racial, bursts of agony and eli
were waiting in lines at the and age barriers. Tbc ener- and on election night;
polls in his hometown. He gy in this room if even high- most ardent of (


D^vcL^n^




said he was encouraged to cr than that at the Read tanooga's voters jc
''^^til^k'th^- ■ " "'"'^' ^"'' ^*'^'''' 8"^'*^"^ ""'er similar gathci


Amber Risingci








JuiUn Cam*, lophomors eoniimJ MixJIm mala., maia In oppoiltlDn




annuny . crsoo


intttRC.

president. Dr. Bielz and exchange program. "1 want-


apaihedc," rises with the attendance "" ^^"^ '^""^




Downy sponsors free laundry day at U. Marylan




Baker, were traveling andthiswasmyopporlunity
together atiil discussed liav- 1 really think it's important,
ing students from their eol- especially in the Sevenlli-




■ ^ 1

an iron. The free laundry college students arta
promotion is being held on same wav. so free laundfll




^'^Id"!"^'"'




leges switch places for a day Adventisi Church, to


tU-WIRE) COLLEGE ^^ campuses across the a great incentive to get


The Southern Accent


"I don't think they imag- because understanding


PARK. Md - Jon Shalvi "^'""'- to try our product."
dragged his hefty bag of siudenuTaw^beTn "S des^*"'^^'^ T'^ T"^


P.O. Box 370


"Communication between person. Heaven will be like




Collegedale, Tenn. 37315

(423)238-2721

hllp://acccnt.southem.edu

[email protected]


increased tremendously in


washing ' macliine.''''then ^\l bags overflowing with get rid of wrinkles. Stu
another and debated ^'^"'^'' ^n'rls and smelly all agreed they were \


Gym clinic has finale


whether to fill a third, ^^^} ''"""^ " "*""■ ^°^ 'o Bet free laundry, bu

Shalri. a junior eleclrica! u^f."'*.'''^^ Mcaghan mixed feelings about

engineering major, is like ^^P-^-^ I^mor markeUng product. 'They did a tie






s',i"r'v;.r.s "^"-".sScf' s:.s;i,*-'


About the Accent


By Larry Baxter a graceful baeknij) and come


doing laundry tor as long as - ^"''^ recenUy brought said.






possible, throwing his dirtv Pounds of laundry lo a "Tt sort of worked,'


The Souihem Accem is the numc addrcsi and ohone


"iTwasTiirght oTbiid 9^*""'^^'^ "'''^"' "'i?''''"S


cblht^ in hisXl. Ou,?f '^"ndromat to have it Lindstrom. "but deG


omcial student newspaper of number for ' vcriricilion






SouihtmAdvenUsiUnivei^ily Unsignai Icncrs will noi be


dex suits ■rhe'SnuihiTn " ""'"■ "^ f'^erglass rods,


result is a few massive loads ""^ 5"';,^'?^ ^^ '^^"'^ ^ t^"i Corely and A


und is published each pnnled.

Thursday during the school The Accent accepts un.w-


Union Gymnastic Clinic I"")*"? "T"' -'"*""",?, '""'
ended last Saiurdiv nii-hi '''^^^ handspnngs hke a


about once a month. '""""'■ ^^"'"8 laundry is Polite, from U.S. Mat!
Mall Lindstrom. a junior ^^- ^ '"^^le." Hardy said, and Promotions, wcr




^idi rouUm-7from al" Sie f'^^o^harged slinky.




vacalions and nam periods. Columns should bo between




emptied his bag of laundry 1 ''" '^^^^ *'" ""y o"" tinned in I^onardl


Sl^^^eSuEhSra'^S^ dl'e!!;*'"''^''"^' '""""^ '°


iricluding 'sSuilicrn's'^ Gynt ^■3'''-™y.*=*it', Tm tired and


into one washing machine - ^""f J' ^^"- '^«" 'f ■! is laundry room. "We-I
barely a full load- ^^- ^}^^\ only here lo pay f«


ncoasarily rencci the views The editors reserve the


Tliis was the conclusion Southern students not


"I always do my laundry . =''"''<^is sad their "laun- laundry, but also to i




of an intensive, half-week P?^'''^e="'''8 =* gymnasts






clinic put on by Rick ^Isoenjoyed the show.


said, lindstrom represents a ?""' "^^^ ''"'e. not hav- might have about hotf


Seventh-day Advcntisi missions bcconu; property of
Chijreh, orthc advenisen. All iheAccent.


Schwartz and tlie r,vninn>t ^"^ performance was
Mvlz and tl,e Gynmms- „„ ^^ ^^^^. ^^ ^^


SlosSedtto'il," ^'^-S.rc2o;S"aSt Most of^S^LSn?


vi^ws" of difi^OT"? of !h^ ate^y at nMn'"^d^''b!


Acrosport team* were Sg majo'r ^"''''""" "^'


Leonardtown laundry room "^'^''■' ^^^'"•l''-' public relations laundry were upp«'
to wash their clothes for free ^'^"'^ handling the Downy men and have already


1^ A'ccenl^welTOr^'^our ""o" *iKB"-ni''*^r"ih


as 'tumbirn? rdlh'IoZt '''""T'? ^''''- ' ^^^'^


this weekend as part of a P™"'o'ion. said they decid- doing their laundry




Then tlicy display.-d diose "'"^t- rehgion ma,or, said he


promotion by Downy ^"^ '" f 8^'^ l^e new product while now she said.




skills Saturday night in a Jm'j^^s^^u^e ^^miL.'ciSt


Laundry consultants from '"^a" college students. Next weekend fr«






Downy were slaUoned in ^"^^ ^"'^*; S*^' '" school, dry will be offered in


Corrections


The performance fea- "'^ "'"^'"^ ^""^ drug-free


five laundry rooms around '"A"*' ''""'' ^•■'P^rate their dry rooms on North


TlieAceenlwiltlnElyeotrecUallfacluulmisuikcs. Ifyoufecl


turcd the academy teams ""?|*?f,_*„, ,. ,., . . .
stacking themselves into all ^ lo>c-d the outfits, said


the campus tliis weekend, " " "^/"l ™^^- let alone including those in D
handing out nuarlers and ™'' "'^"" '^'"Ihes before Easton Ellicotl Haga




sorts of human high-riscs. ^"'^ ^i"''' ^'^°' E"Rli^l'


deterKenl as well as demon "■''-'^""E ""^m. she said and lipiata whert'


2721 write 10 us at P.O. Box 370. Collegedale. Tenn, 37315, or


Groupsofthreewouldgrasp . '".^.^ communications


strations of a new Downy "I f^^'^^ ^"^'.''d until 1 freshn.en live. "\S^^




^s and^prapd a girl into 3^- J^^^ '" ^^"^ °'"'








w-rinkles without the use of


drv" PaikwiH "l^ih*^ u '^''


- Uons there." Corely s^



■ 1 1 I ^L / The Sonlhera Accent

MthXpress

Thursday, November 9, 2000 I-



irsUaw of revival Vast beyond the stars




One dead bird






Dorft be afraid



began to explain lo the bird



trying to get my money; thing pretty b
they think they can get me ple-We will di



' , . °. mydaughler.Orworecyel,a doesn't matter how meager
» '"Shi- gjgj,( j^j.^p, ^35 ,gj,(,gj o„ orhowlargethefear.itdoes-

andmas ly needing help. In a flash i or in what manner. God



to'Se " '



ised look on back!"
attach to the plas- the bird. Coming lo



iritu ally-deal



. -It



Once I have completed



\Vhat little b

doesn't do what 3
shouldl- exclaim



aw the Uttle bird laying on The words of God arc
le bottom with his Uttle feet found in the Bible. We musi
flcking straight up. It was "ear spiritual food everyday



rnolfor counter began to shake his

s? Place ladder for the bird? He won't
Ji know- play with the plastic rings



J think it cage, sadly tl

to play pet shop c
led. And tic rings, the



,d digesting. Once food

d and shjdy the Bible, the
ths found in God's word
:ome fuel for you lo use,
] they strengthen you.







lat yesterday? Ilic beUeve ttiis! \Vhy didj
thought you knew ^^.^ gjnj, pi^gti^ ^



Write a Student Mis-
sionary! Jessica Win-
ters is teaching home vvisdom from church signs

school in Kathmandu,
Nepal. Her address is:
Sheer Memorial Hos-
pital
P.O. Box 88
Kathmandu, Nepal



1. He came out alright"



■Fight truth decay-study the :



L* /' Tlie Southern AccenI "I
iiesmes

Thuraiay, November 9, 2000 —^ ~



There is s<


jmet]


ling to do


after all...


11.14 (lues) 11.1b (wed)


11.9 (thurs)


11.10 (frr)


11.11 (sat)


11.12 (sun)




830p

FrancesBoles

Marimba


830p
]efrMclntosh


830p
Kevin
Roberlson








Southside
Jazzjuncrion


(S3 cover)


SSver)




730pKiwanis




267.9003


8p

An Evening

of Mahler




jazzjuncfion


Mystery a I


Visit Portugal


(tues-sat)


Tivoli
Theater


An Evening




Italian Wed
dine (£24.50


maker
Grant Foster
For ticket


Color

Photographs


265.6663












Museum of








JacobsUdder


Vaudeville










Theater




lOSTremonl


267.6569




267.0384


Thirsty




Beki Hem-


266-6202






Hunter




Alathea &

l^an Long

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10 Bluff View


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ahead to con-




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venues)





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lym clinic attendees perform in Saturday night finale




[onday conversations
ith Kevin Johnson




Best looking athletes





Tliursday, November 9,



Shuttle Computer
big related eyestrain

difficult zJzBi^BZzi ?S''r3«r"S! SrH'll'E'/i



Princeton team shares grant fro:
NASA for biosensor research



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fvenUTv^Uc^r^


oflening you lo take a break.


Symptoms appear a




research applica

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"W"^ The Soulhem Accenl '' 9

Dateline



Thursday, November 9, 2000



RU-486 for students?



Mifeprex to be a






of not open 24 hours," said Dr, dents. "Wc don't

ler- Margaret Bridwell, director abortions,

as of University Health Ser- tions, (an

"hMltti''"Kn^ umversitieswhodosu^ri^cal should be seeing someone Marianne Worley. mar

^™''"1^.^! son_said that the University they are going to take Georgetown Hospital.



/ould not




loUege workload found
larder by freshmen



nilly of adjusting studied nn
ly from home, is still wc



bad once



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1 Manta! and FimiK Therapy



Texas Gov. George
W. Bush became
the country's 43rd

president early
Wednesday morn-
ing for two hours
as part of one of
the closest elec-
tions in history.



Election could change
look of Washington



(U-WIRE) AUSTIN,



could include Oklahoma
Gov. Frank Keating and U.S.



I Rosen and



:ain significant funds /



job. Keating would b
Mahoney, Keating's i









ch

industry in Texas,

Bill Shapard, Watts' p

focusing on hia reelet



.8 B.A.C. grounds for DUI



le deaths and injuries,"



Opponents ofthebiU sail
nay have lower tolerance



le fight to
1. MADD's






n place that y<



Webb told U-WIRE Mon.
everything i



ilional 590 lives could
Blaser-Upchurc:

MADD places BAC would make a signifi-



her body and a broken improve roads, bridge^air-

xk. Webb's unborn child ports and mass transiLbena-

the time Kara was born lor Frank Lautenberg (D-

sallv blind due to the NJ) and Representative Nita

Lh' 'A lot^of P^Pl^^d°;'„t tTf^^neS'^ (^^I'S



K The Southern Accent



EDITORIALS

What is all this
"God" talk anyway?



omelhing jusl


offended by
iheir degree ai


for complain-


Za some 1



The commercialization
of the Christmas season



I



(U-WIRE) BLACKS-



iValking tlirouEh many ol makes Iheir childre:
It plastic candy canes arc PiayStalion 2 is Ihe ultim;



Clirislmaa plague PJaySl'atJon E

:■ i.rw only for S19

I. Ml. r ■. Mill Mion addressed. '

ibgiving it, not prof- around us.
enough tor compa- Doyouli)

» Ihey have expanded Do you want




Eyes and ears

Causing casual anarchy and promoting
Gloria Steinam-like equality .



The Southern Accent



T by the drink. If beer by



Remember playing boys



every evening,' Jimmy's fiancee, Carolyn.
inofMen. Dwight 11:00 or so. She can sta

ors locked? lobby is empty, save for



sexes aUowed to rema
the dorro lobby?



for example? 1 a boy d



Take Back the Night a
step in the right direction



Saumem's SlutSen!


Voice Since 1926


munity lo confront Ihe


than a few isolated incidenls


problems has left viole






scope, immediacy and reali-






Cadence Van Dolson, Editor in Chief


womcn, Take Back Ihe




that needs our direct atl


JOLENE HaRRELL, EdHORIAL PaGE EDITOR




change policies pertaining








a pressing issue that is hard


dirwied at women Ihey are






Jfj^mfer Williams




also offering students some-




/issisFANT News Edftok


Senioh Copy EonoR


atl"omtr'a"JroWem'a'l




wiU be Ihe beginning o


jHflJIKEKWEARNER


Lows LlCllT


oft^Ii^ vkrcd'"lhr*uEh^ S






Ufestyi^ Editor


Semor Photographer














Friday night's march and


that Georgetown is a p


Billy Gageh


Mandv Siiearfr




speal(-oul will provide a


where no woman sh


Faith XPress Eorroit


Aovcms,.-ommcc,


long as one woman is lh^eat-


EiiBSSpl


should be a place w


Morgan Kochenower










Sponrs Editor


Design/Graphics Edttor






bly, quickly and jusll


KEmiPlJLFER


Nick Lee




IS no! just a ^women's prob-


issues that are hardcs


TECmOLOGY EonvR


Design/Graphics Editor






discuss are not igno


JANELLE WaSMER


David Fournier


Snst"womcn°'The'\"ar-


veriiy swelling around the




TECHmUKYEDITO,


Onune Edttor


Jemfnd "^^sTar^olen^!


and perhaps conveniently


This itaff tditOTial
mH> appiand in Vie


Joe LaCom


Dennis Negr6n


merely be addresied on a


comforlable, to djsmjss it as


ol Georgctouji Univeni


Humor Eorroit


Facultv Ad\isor




Novtmber 7. 2000.



Unionizing
grad students



(U-WIRE) PHILWEI^

Reladons Board pave
teaching assistants at p

e expressed gener



tilled, professors
uid cross picket






:Umale of the university s«
fered,

taini, not be iost on U
sity President Judith r



The Accent would like to thank e
and every student who voted in thi
election on Tuesday. By doing that,

you have

contributed to the democracy thai

we have enjoyed for the last 224

years. By voting, you have particip''

ed in a historical event, one of th'

closest presidential races in histoff

We would also like to note that this

coming March, the CoUegedale Cil)

Commission will hold elections, ao'

we encourage every student to

participate in that as well.



"|_^ [ u^iiiiiua^ i ne aoumera Accent I'acc -J

ruit flies in worship We should talk to strangers




11 find your-



the/re crowded and hot and









J offer. Atlanta hi
Olympic par




jally am friendly t






lich is massive, eating ray by his reaction to my V
is than desirable yogurt, ness and insightfullness.
rapletejy mindiflg my own kept walking, rounded a



don't really think ifs all



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