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Coming next week:
■Expanded section
•More of tlie usual
spects (grassroots
usic, local event list-
ings, and Ask Shelly)
-Student contribu-
tions page; send in
creative writing &
original artwork to:
accenCSsouthern.edu



Who are we to think we can be
justified by our little handful of
change to Salvation Army and by
shoving a tract in someones face?



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EDITORIALS

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Gun control protects citizens




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Letters to the Editor

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Accent The op n ons expressed in their letters do not necessarily reflect thos
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exlract several loner-cov- ^y closet full of

I feel like Cinderella. My only gels served

Ridiculous, right? My i a^i Ihankl

ackpack is heavy. I got Because it is t

eas thrown at me during j learn how t

mch. Oh no^all Social Ser- thankful



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en Jesus began to die


was drawing to deceive


any less of a struggle with


By Debbie Battln










He asked the disci-


him like wheat, did not dis-


^l^meone told me of 'a


While in academy, in her


E James, John and


cern the need of prayer


d™ ' In "Ih^ "dream "^a^


S* nTt'''e!i'^ug'hTa'so^


and going about a
aloud. -Abba! Father!


was replayed a second and
third time, Jesus said, 'Arc
you still sleeping and taking


warehouse was ftiU of pack-


Junior Family Studies major
at Southern, found herself


ings are possible for






struggling to find meaning






The man asked the angel.


in her Christian experience.


^Thou^wiir (Mark


Son of Man is being


what are In those packages?






The angel said, Tou don't




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Her family was very






involved in church min-








istries. -God is love. I heard


t3y close enough for


discern the problems and










man persisted, the angel


doubted that there is a God."


uggUng to stay awake,


They were sleeping. lileraUy




says Lombard. Still, there


isciples must have


and figuratively! They were




was something




asleep and their eyes were




missing-something person-


another They might




Then the man asked, "So


al about the whole God-


said, "Hey, Peter,
up with Jesus? He's


by so they could learn what
Jesus' mission was all abouL


what is in those packages?"
The angel finally answered


thing. Slowly the expecta-


rious tonight Why




him. TTiese packages con-


whelming. "I was not really








rebellious, but 1 was starling


what do you think He
whenHesaidHewas


The 'haX7''^mni^To


dren^'buffoTihiS'St'ey


wanTed\o"Take'mt'"Ilw^


g us? And what is this


witaess^the^cross of Jesus


never askedi"


choices, and do my own


soul-grief that has him


with faith. But as it was. they


Lefs discern the times.


thing.- .says Lombard. It was


pressed?" Peter might


beheld In only in fear. If they


The world Is asleep in the




replied. -(Vawn) yeah.


had been awake, they could


darkness, le^s not be asleep


a small self-supporting acad-


onfused. I don't under-




in the light of God's opportu-


emy in HarrisviUe, NH. It


why he would think I


strengthened Jesus to bear






betray Him, 1 tried to


the cross, and they could








have triumphed with Him


God wante to give you spe-










different, but it was still


they dozed with their


God had to send an angel to


in your relationship. God


quite restricting to her nat-


IS, Jesus returned to


strengthen Jesus.




ural independent nature.


and said. "Simon, are






Lombard says. The faculty


asleep? Could you not


we lok'b^uTwe fail to


mate or family member.
Why not ask. 1 believe that




watching and praying.


and I discerned the great


seemed pointless. If the




opportunities God was






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presently pving us, we
would spend five times as


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le Holy Spirit was
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CzechoslovaWan The lawyer, seeing the

friend were camping In two ears, immediately



vn as last has possi-
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raspberries in tremen-
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shot the female.
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lawyer. ' I explicitly



grabbed his shotgun
and dashed back to
Ihe berry palch with
the lawyer. Sure
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in thai one!" cried Ihe olherl'

lawyer pointing to the °Yijp° replied the sher-

male. while visions of iff. 'And would YOU

lawsuits danced in his believe a lawyer who

head. told you he Czech was

He just had to save his in the male?"
friend. The sheriff
looked at Ihe bears,



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Religion

Read about how God healed one student's



Vol. .'ifiNo.i^
Opinion

Read aboui how stu- '
dents spenl ihe day after
llianksgiving.



Sports



s Ihey battle it out on the



fine Southern Ac




■rUSALEM — Heav



!s of people killed dui
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Tuition increasing
5 percent next fall

Southern keeps pace with
rising national tuition






■ISouUiernl is luidon



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Commission puts sales ta]
increase on March ballot




will mecl in February lo rat-
ify the budget for the 2001-



cily's budRet," said Carol j||(-|uded, some people Accor

son, city recorder, ^jgi,, vo,e against the tax. slon Jones U

ncluJed in the vote, tlie -people who live on Katy plans will 1



wcrs in Misi




Faculty study education criter j



Students and fac-
ulty share Christ-
mas with less for-
tunate



young people are stressed ^| '■ ' "b""™ "'■" "



ity are making Christinas '""^ '° Samaritan's
nvolvemenl in Operalion i' ''"^ ^^' '" ^



General Education


fe "er one'' m"alh Tqulr^


i^v-^fno'icdSiat^^m








opic at the University Sen-


TTie academic profile for


the academic profile.


iutr'^Uu director of


'A'^'sludenl^''w'ho''^demon^


at Uul^meeting^indu


research and planning










with Dr, Gordon








and how they r^te in acade






mic areas.


measurement A student at


asked regarded the stt






planning budget and 1




pret information b-om simple




nust meet in order lo obtain


graphs or charts, solve sim-


responded that


I'aineS^SaE-Uu


ple equations or evaluate


increased enroUmen
year has helped the 1


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pie and routine word prob-


but it also increased








metj^dualSoden^sma


Several faculty members
suggested that the general


""^Another issue dis,


^eHeavL Ih^e^u'Riv^r-lly


education criteria in prob-


was regarding schola


and beginning work.


making an area such as


given lo students an
they affect the mh
budget. According lo


beinj: jji...


-,,'k,- their junior year in


IppS


n the workplace''^ '"'""'


high school.


geL


A strong job market awaits college seniJ


■nie job market for Uie


municatim^ and business


stand the relati




majors will also expand sig-






nificantly. Industries that


nology, are involved i




expect the largest growtli in


communities, and hav


ng lo an annua! survey of


employment of college grad-


experience, Mr, G


380 employers released






Thursday. Employment


professional services like


The largest comi


opporiunitics will expand by


accounting and consulting


those with more tliar




services, manulacturing.


employees, are expe(


during the 200()-l academic


and food and lodging, Mr.


expand hiring by two-












employees will hire sA


The college labor mar-


Colleen Tvorik. a Michigan






environmental journalism


level, the study tou


says Philip D, Gardner,


with a specialty in public


to 600 employees, Ihe


director of the Collegiate


relaQons. She's hoping to




employment Research Insli-


land a public-relations posi-




utu at Michigan Stale Uni-


tionaiaskiix^ort.^


Employers who re


ul^v'ey! Tow in ils"30tfi yea^


time lo be graduating and


hope lo keep salary i


ege graduates will tare


looking for a job," she says.
Several factors have bol-
stered the job market, Mr.


es at about the level e
tion. but Mr- G








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2001,- cm be obtain
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breathing for more than 10 ing the day. Normal sleepers said.

^Vhen analyzing studies, asleep and never experience currently an

main disorders. They Narcoleptics, on Ihe other studies, Sura

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j;i^J^ held by Wonder Bread? land! I mean. Hafs Ukc only J7 ^^ KJ




[rayer of Jabez

Ismail BIG prayer



I challenge
Prayer lakes



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What's the BIGGEST thing
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EDITORIALS

Student center
needs renovation



worlii news by watching
CNN. playing a game or two
of pool, radng motorcycles


Mindi Rahn. junior
ry major, said she wou:


even doing a lilUe shidyinE-

tliinment (ealures such as
(he video games, thcstudenl

years ago. according to


and [to] gel rid of Ihe
out cubbyholes."

quenled by dozens o
dents every day. The

least 22 years old. and
carpeted very infreque



be needed in other areas.
Uon (SA) surplus fiinds



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The Accent is What happened to
'Tc!:l!l» a Christ-centered

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Causing casual anarchy and, well, not much tl



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Student to be commended for work

edge die oulslaodioB conlri- Speeifically, wc asiied Danny



It regularly tiis daughter.






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pired of study? The final fifteen



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even if 1 don't get anything



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Isidro, York to battle on
tennis court Thursday



Revenge sweet as No. 7
Georgia routs No. 5 Rutgers

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Belated recognition



I'd like to make an apology to Team Edmister for
leaving them out of my Football Championship
sports section. I would now like to name them the
B-League champions. Congratulations, and once
again, I'm sorry.

-Morgan Kochenower
Sports Editor



Sunday nisht, a. those same ,j - ,sjj CeorEia coaeh bit slow all nKht"
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Lifestyles

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University Drive to be
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Bietz responds to
student concerns






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mth the Greenway allowing er conslriicl
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Isidro wins tennis
title Thursday



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