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ranging
topics
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processes to nsk solu
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investment strategies.
tax consequences, and
serves on
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head for his own business but with
an insistent nose in everyone else's.
your estate, are taxed even afteryou are dead— a big debate
ofWherrytown. bringing to a wary
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spending and
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your tax burden" (key word:
comedy of manners,
and
set
timeline by which you
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Sewanee Alumnus John Evans Conducting
but
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maybe money,
time
at
our age
— is the key to ach»e\'-
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and de-
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wink- long-term goals cat allow for higher risk
lib.,
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thoughts on bor-
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problem oi the foremost cause ol a disaster. Borrowed monej Is
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upon cash Qovi alternatjvi
investments Sin
perktrve, the use oi borrowed monej mould bring m
value
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income
bracket
die
wfll
be
for
own
its
than
it
who plays two
townswomen
sake
as a frame
is
one fun loving,
company's
for the
and
Kathryn Philip,
compelling
less
the
diametrically op-
rough-
posed responses to
1
divorced
(Let's
your health,
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1
is
i
m the same day). Get insurance for
md net worth.
And start NOW. Today 93% of Americans
hope not
lite. |"
Save. Saw. Save
65 or older live on
.ill
annual income of less than $65,000.
.in
A
$l50oamonth. Based upon
expectancy and
life
inflation,
today plans on retiring at age 65 at a very
ild
month
if
a 22-
minimum
bndges,
hewed
a
inn and a
by the
Mr
sea.
besel aside monthh forsavings. Social Security only goes so
thought
and
Boomers
the Bab)
is
u.
neration matures into retirement,
Soda! Security's continued
count on
istence will
Start out In setting aside
it.
checktbremergencii
be debatable. Don't
about 10% of every pay-
ment,and inhentance.
taki
ontrolol \om -tin.in, -iaJ future Evans highlighted four
omponentsol financial security Know howtoi) avoid
s,
retin
li
manage
living, ?)
implement
ol
2) find solutions to the risks of
debt
lences oi the tax regime
tin
sui cessful
and 4)
investment strategii
how nuuhofyour money you are willing
ouadmit lhat you don't knov, what you're do-
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inherit-
plan
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|>e<>ple
don't plan to
fail,
is
a se-
ing
and
satisfying theatricality
"Signals of Distress," a
of
show
whose story is borrowed but whose
delights are
its
own. This
is
the
an
of adaptation.
SIGNALS OF DISTRESS
Created and performed by
mem-
stage through vvnich the audience
bers of the Flying Machine,
and « bich function
adapted by Joshua Carlebach
1
iev< s
Ibe
t
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the play,
town
isibility
air mist-thick,
from the novel of the same name
hazy Ibe scnmsalso
by Jim Crace; directed by Mr
Carlebach; lighting by Josh
ate layer the action of the play,
beting to mfbrm the aucbeuetnal
Bradford and Raquel Davis;
some scenes
by Mansj
are being recalled
a
..
physical dis-
(entrant, as even dreamed.
The
plaj sdeslgners
— MarisaFraati
Ware
(sound), Theresa
1,
Bill
md
Josh
Bradford and Raqucl Davis lining)
just rail to
is
c
Of gauzy scrims across the
squire (costumes)
the tederal government confiscate anj
truisi
is
lighting
Most prominently there
ries
(set
WQl I outlive mj investment portf
Ifi
and
both simple and evocath
iron, the past, bbi
continue mj past spend-
-,'Wiil I eventual]}
6)
live
tance from the diaracters in the
prioril
oalsil
ts
to render Ibe
Vsk voursell just
loli,
.Ik-dance fiddler),
that
the
tributor lo the strik-
heard the strains of a
(one of the actors, Kevin Vamer.
.1
also
^ essential con-
Nelson Rockwood
Beethoven symphony) and
>
inappropriate uses
I
is
Flying Machine
is
illusion
it
that every
member of
music
both recorded (I
far,
But
true
whole world.
shemust havea savings ol ^2.322,122 at the k-ginning of retirein. -iii Th.it means, starting now,$375 (inflation adjusted) must
in
life
Whcrrytown,
own
is its
perpetually
ness of
vmcingfy treated a
town that
personali-
threatening loneli-
C ark-bach has con-
Augmenting the
(in today's dollars),
the
rocked
ship's hull
he or
bendMi Evans
raxman
partner.
figured into fool-
i
planning
tn
short-tempered brother and busi-
ties reflect their
oi the population, pi
riowevcr, regardless ol youi
by Mr. Vamer as a laconic
handyman (he doubles as Aymer 's
is
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Other deft portrayals are turned
in
are risks in living, and to
ing. md savings d
-
his painful loneliness.
whose
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what the government ghn
toaricanp
tax system
irrunenl
a
l.slci.il
ind an
that
mme
income
From the start ofthe Flying Ma-
man-
still
wooden props con-
tnd then ask yoursell
peaboutnllingoutyoui
nisi rw-.ill
wiDb
ill
buj
once.
he
our compassion for
elicit
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[he cost for protection
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iveall that
must first take awaj
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With the minimal
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credit cards
taxes- rederal state andl
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you
at
played
is
ness
sk k. inint.il. old,
-spu-.-.
will
wisely observant
Aymer
tating qualities, but
forays into the perspectives of the
and
Ins presence,
dramatically
/ou can gel
dangeroush tempting to man) college stu-
tlmist out into
il.-nts
Qredil
..I
by Richard Crawford with an entertaming grasp of the man's irri-
and you will die. Your car or
television can be stolen Voiu car can be totaled and your house
hi cank sued for all you've got, Youcanget
can bum low
cast togi iing un| in iin tei
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atrds are crucial
and shrewd omniscience; his
ity
highfalutin patter
other rnghtened^
Standard of living ol
rating
human-
whose
drives everyone to yearn to be out
stylistic drapcry.
current .is.sumptn ins about
Soi
Mr. Crace
talker
however, the story
ement to a third party," i.e., insurance,
As Evans warns, There is a
itsset repla<
at all.
writes with idiosyncratic
man of
impact our finances. There
atourage, insurance is a must
iieiv .when.- del .tcimies
Keep a good credit
the trap
mi hme so
property .ind
comic
that are not
middle age, a
chine production,
thiiil.it tlirnili\.-.niS(K-i.iis.vurity
>
unless you have il
in..ii.-\
thnesyouhavetoborrovi toget mone\
miii
.rtfoliocan
i<
aggressive
oi
Invesl
i
though with several consequences
in
pretentious manners and a nonstop
tions, we all face risks that wiD
weather these emergent!, successfully one must find ways to
manage those risks. The usual solution is "shifting the expense of
linveBtedmoneygrovi theamount
Include [OuVa,
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the
Financial Planning Seminar
though tune
that,
of the adage
gireforiviuni
nsk
results is
characters are often deadpan
~
ingflnani ial goals
of growth
what
sailors,
an eccentric
inilmdual financial situa-
will l»- short
Evana stressed
m
do with
Regardless ofthe state of our
investnictti strati
(.null.
Also,
your money.
term goals and Mime will be
long-term, and this wiD Influ
.<>m individual savings and
ih.
and "Use tax-pro-
ticians are voting to
.mi retiring early,
Si.
businessman
ery
watch changes in tax legislation. Find out what your poli-
s
,.
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foolishly pedantic
from London and a boatload of
tected investments."
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ing a car, paying for children
iiti.ii
and
a self-important
Take advantage of evlegal means to reduce
"legal")
Make. tlM. 'Mm. im i.u goals: for
v.
owning a house, buy1 1
community
a rugged storm
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.
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tures
says,
-
.
Evans
Congress now).
in
whatyooD Bssetsandyourbabfli-
a
of a serendipitous collision of cul-
estate.
hm.low-
tlirlii
(.i.t.it
don soap manufacturer without
to take his share of
your income, property, and
coming
updated financial statement,
whether of the old-fashioned pa|«.\;.n.'\\
Flying Machine from Page 1
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all
done sharp, ingc-
aiouswori
they
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costumes by
Theresa Squire, sound by Bill
Ware, production stage manager.
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denfield. stage manager.
Wiscnbaker Presented
by S0H0 Rep. 46 Walker
Street,
TnH
WITH
Richard Crawford. Matthew Gray. Jessica Green, Jason
Lindner, Kathryn Philip, Gre-
is
the play's cen-
character. Aymer Smith, a
Lon-
gory Steinbruner, Tami Stronach
and Kevin Yamer.
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2,
2002
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problem
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be printed on our transcripts. Essentially, the break-
down would
list
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be computed
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every year and
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will be
most recently graduated
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class
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true that the
be
distribution will not
GPA
our class or even vow grades.
it
will
be an effort
to
anywhere
tempt to
make our
is
surrounds
a
this
prop
example. Don Ashcr,
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campus in
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a
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that, in his
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book.
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of
last
year's
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not a fact, but
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used
as
an example)
There
coming from.
lot
35%
graduating class (Note: this fig-
under-
1
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an "A."
indicate
but so did
of trust
is
reg-
on the other hand, has
compared our mean GPA with
istrar,
other liberal arts schools, such
as
Davidson and Rhodes, and
to
be exceptionally
is.
though, that
we
many Sewanee
students have high
GPAs. As
Lamar Stanley pointed out
the
at
OG meeting, several places
which Sewanee students apply upon graduation do not
to
lass,
bei in"
little difficult
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sophomores
hour
hi
where
they
and
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no joy at all.
This once glorifact,
[asses
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we
before
have
ous registration
experience has
been severely
a
to
chance
sign up for
them
me
Further-
grades than the students with
gownsman,
difficult for
gownsperson,
and
reli-
me
It is
understand this objecbecause having a distribu-
to
tion will demonstrate
that
most
Sewanee students do have below
a 3.0.
It
most
will
likely
I
whatever. Hopefully someday I will achieve
such elite academic status so I can send in a
monthly excuse to miss meetings. This semester, the powers that be realized that there
a rule change in the sixties that allowed for all gownsfolk to register for classes
had been
before
was
a
good one.
grades more
people
who
make our
understandable to
are not familiar
with Sewanee's rigorous academics For an update on the
proposal: after being approved
by the OG.'it has been sent to
the Faculty for review
proval With luck,
and ap-
we may have
a notation of Sewanee's high
standards on our transcripts by
the
end of January.
im
Students wait in fine to register
non-gownsfolk. This means that
senior non-gownsmen have to wait for all
all
junior,
sophomore, and the occasional freshregister before they get a
man gownsmen to
non-gownsmen such
well because some
as
screwed
get
myself
as
sophomores get a chance to snatch up classes
before we do. Okay, so at this point you
shot. Of course, junior
really fair, bemif it be thinking, "This isn't
cause juniors and seniors have a lot less time
crack at
left here, and they need to get first
and
non-major requirements." Or maybe you
classes so they can get into their major
weren't thinking that at all, but I was.
But wait, there's more. This is the real
kicker as far as I'm concerned. Not only were
gownsmen sophomores allowed to register
before me, but some non-gownsmen sopho-
seem
be very popular
to
have the report
I
the
Ol
wanted
1
reli-
to t.ike,
.1
or gownswh.itever is that \oU gel an
unfair first crack at classes beforeanj non-
man
gownsman
Now 1 know
probably sound
I
I'm
like
now. but put yourself in DftJ
whining
position. No, 1 have not excelled enough to
right
a gownsman, but I'm relatively
Does this mean that sophomore
non
gownsmen and some soph
become
close.
i
lasses ovei
gownsmen
me? I don't realh thinl SO Now
know what the plan! are forthe nexl
should get
i" picl
I'm not sure
tration period.
>
regis-
powers
the
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don't
I
thatbearegoingtoend this foolishness, hut
those that can ehange
I certainly hope that
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George
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What's happening?
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electives
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which would
h.iv e counted towards my major, were filled
up by gownsmen mid some non-gownsmen
sophomores. Apparently mother one of the
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gownsbeing,
standable than high GPAs.
I think the OG's proposal
Whether
am
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make lower GPAs more under-
or not, this effort will
ferent.
it
ma-
by
one or two hundredths of a
point. Sewanee's grades do not
seem
and taken an 8 001
a pail
religion
grade inflation actually exists
dif-
strapped on
In
joy.
foi
some sophomore non-gownsmt sn. Now for
those ol us Don-gownsmen junioi who had
more,
reported that our GPAs are only
lower than other schools'
registration turn-
tin-
am a junior,
and am a non-
about
The
much
this year.
tion,
three other colleges.
so
tainted for
higher grades.
us into a category with only
["his
30
i
break, sadness,
pain, and joy.
Well, maybe not
that
grades arc being
Secondly. Mr. Asher lumps
period
PM
to
story of heart-
will
accurately presented, then
there is something we can do
that.
A
GPAs
be singled out, that more attention will be brought to their
feel like their
wasapparentlv also
registj ition
ous time of year.
some concern
students with lower
book called Cool Colleges,
but if Sewanee students do not
in a
feel that not
i?a*l
is
don*t put a
I
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lol Ol
Sewanee or
and so an atremedy it does not
sense.
to get
should
it
where your GPA
your
falls compared to that of
peers. You may have a 2.90.
is
else
make much
use
There
at
think
I
A
as registration season.
known
time when boys and girls anxiously prepare
for the following academic semester. Allow
me. if you will, to share a human interest
story regarding this once wonderful and joy-
OG proposal does, though,
the
not something that has ever
In fact.
Iriot being properly represented
,n
is
stand where he
gradual
among
nsus
be difficult
grade inflation, or lack thereof,
been measured
Sewanee and
like at
B tion is
here, in fact,
How
intense academic envi-
a
cannot compensate for the fact
that it is difficult to get an "A"
how does one
all,
measure grade inflation?
jnment
What does
higher
Sewanee student do then? We
in Mr.
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,iin
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of
irsi
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GPA of 35
or
infla-
true, but there
of problems
he or she has a
less
Ashcr*s statement
the
outside
people
N
may be
arc a couple
irohlcm with such high stanfor excellence is that not
nation
in the
does not have grade
This
one
is
of the year
mores were as well M\
Monday, B:oo am
once again that magical rime
ell, it is
.
even consider a candidate un-
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questionnaire
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proposed projects and
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daily lives.
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and
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lost
two
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explain this to the girlfriend
to
it
under your bed: Priceless
some kids than others
better for
it's
and
subcommittee's proposal,
becoming more main-
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are
stream.
OmpUtet paper
computer
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1am and Mary has an Ecohouse and Furman has an
the area, pro-
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Eco-house
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unique and meaningful living
experience while
and
of "training
integrity,
and
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in
meth-
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If
in college.
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Eco-house would
truly be an act
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or
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become more aware of environmental efforts at Sewanee is
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anyone interested. If you want to become involved or want to suphappy
the Sequatchie Val-
applying
i
am
teaching environ-
community
issui
WOUld
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carry colored condoms'
this:
Lingerie Barbie: 45 dollars
an Eco-house. Another way
members
ampus
ihni.'in
you were reading
if
ception, in intellectual curios-
ture ol the
commu-
mvolv.
ironmental
uni oti
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tacults
Prada
totes that stuff in miniature guides to the
Kama Sutra, have a pole to climb, and
1
Chris-
I
and matching angel wings combo?
For accessories will they live in cakes
little
little
and Britney clones are born. I'm not
saying that any of this is wrong (hey. it's
jusi strongly urge you
America!), but
NOT to buy this "doll" for your little sisAnd boys,
ters and the kids you baby-sit
tina
—
have
wonders why
alw ays. everyone
puses across the country and
print, etc
hiproleby
toplayin
somewhere in the back of their mind,
remember the big starry eyes,
huge bust, and skimpy waist. And then, as
they will
this issue, but come on!
Barbie to kids is just ridiculous. The way
see it, if they can make a Barbie anaI
tomically perfect, will Ken be following
suit
or better— will Skipper decide to
become "Skipper Stripper" in her thongs
of,
her and tear her
apart
limbs
in-
Some
laborative 01 uuiis idual rc-
1
m
1
little
Yet.
Selling this
till
— whatshe's
ever
wearing — off
Lingerie Barbie
Well, normally I
wouldn't waste my time on the girth of
the
rip
clothes
F.A.O. Schwartz's
peignoir."
wait
most
ex-
to establish
hose students would commit
in in,'
ironmentally
to
bustier ensemble accented with
intricate lace and
matching peek-a-boo
pop out
ably
faocom
widow
that they can
initial
girls will prob-
merry
heavenly
the
"000."
tious attitude in her
writing a letter of support for
ences, hosting
end
ted through an application
1
ter
flirta-
consciousness, in aesthetic per-
en\ ironmental confer-
wheie Student nnnlem
proi
a
and collaborate with
the community, educate and
leam from one another through
experience, and have a truly
,in
cowhouse
1
"exud[ing]
interact
There are plenty of
features to the physical struc-
wonderful and benefifoi
ers and that, af-
holidays.
the
this
Barbie and oth-
ping up on other college cam-
grain 10 add
,1
would be
h
Linge-
vironmental houses are pop-
talprojeci
established
my opinion,
in
truly
is
between
rs Barbie, decked
for
difference
the
by joining our subcommittee
sponsoring
learning and in-
wen
kids won't see
personal initiative, in social
Institute
ley
ganization
anti
stockings for this
season's hottest holi-
day Barbie
Her name
Many
will argue that
"in library
and really gain
encc on campus il
1
down
ated proposal, the implementa-
Ie IS
in
nate to
ol
its
pulling
The establishment of an
is another way in
which Sewanee students can
become involved on campus,
hOOlS
more effective involve more
peopli
waist.
Doll," a terrifying
dents
operative house on their cam-
their goals
1
ould bei
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ephemeral
1
here
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"Malibu Stacy
on
inironiuent.il ef-
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the
cret" to Barbie's
'hi itudent garden on old
arm Road, panic ipating in
\ arious
w orkday s at the
and
Sewanee ommunity
up
pi
planning environ-
interest, 01
these
1
whistle again si
many prof toi do noi care
if you turn in papers that have
prini on both sides), working
support oi
involved w
have the "Se-
I
knows whi n
how to
ine hardly
<
to
cause she can't
use both sides ol paper
to
am-
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herself cries be-
labs by encouraging students
mil
efforts
on- and ofl
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ntal
waste
the
is
can't
hate
Simpson." blow ing
trend
I
Victoria
till
ways has been a student
co-
moving in this direction En-
inoiinr
wait
"Lisa
the
being
commerand
cials,
While an Eco-house
a
commitments will vary in
u. nun depending on indi-
I
I
Barbie doing
their
Eco-cottage for their stu-
environmental house or
These proposed projects
1"
rie
according to student pro-
puses
in
that
as
over
Soon,
Herbal Essences
will have Linge-
unrealistic that
As much
is
is
the top.
—
how
this
posals and interest) either an
group projects
v
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to
ironmi
in
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member
house
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amples include becoming
provide
fi
themes which change annu-
other liberal arts colleges
to unite
is
to
one time had (some col-
House members could
vidual interests
largel)
he purpose ol
1
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their elicits
heves
it
uni
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foi
the process of getting, or have
leges. 14 cither have, are in
leges' interests houses have
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for the
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designed to meet
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or research 01 ItBVe
the top 25 liberal arts col-
projects, and
munitj members are interin
nvironmcntal wort
Of
puses across the country
was of CX-
di
projei
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denis.
Environmental comis growing on cam-
members could
pledge vow-
ing and hiking b>
Eco
working pro-
b
mitment
ampus and encourage walk-
(
ailed the
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house, into
reality'
to sign a
ing not to drive their cars
our personal visioi
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louse
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decide
working on the Eco
house subcommittee, we hop
that this vision can become j
order to
in
onseioiis and concrete
1
upon
Wt iia\ e disc ussed.
compromised and integrated
Creatinj
ulty
do this
changes
projects should be decided
mem-
bers
all oi
dedicated students and fac
erfvironrhen-
beci
1
faculty
1
will
lifestyle
Daily
has
tins semester, this idea
,,i
which they
in
ie
departments, and a group of
advisor to discuss ways
ulty
fit
of support written by
faculty members from seven
letters
o-hOUSC residents would
with the Eco-house fac-
(
I
in their
ing approximately 500 stu-
beginning of the year,
\t the
groups of
Over
so
and preserving resources.
With a broad base of sup-
mpus would co-
students lor the past
oi
many ways be recycling
in
port for these efforts, includ-
initiated In
.
would
burgeoning interest in becoming more environmentally re-
I
ious forms
ii
it
well alter llus experience)
in.
.,
ideal since
should reflect their values or
house
o
would be
tnilj
,
extraordinarilj
i
for this
purpose, an existing structure
house (and hopefully
with the University's aims
I
Most importantly,
resi-
living in the
ilc
would arise in
new structure
o-housc on
i
An
co-house
I
come from
pleased lo say that
ini idc
lor the
dents, their experience and
guiding princi]
I
re-
nd sharing of ideas.
Based upon these iwoquo« hich
before the beginning of next
costs that
building a
Barbie"
bounces but I am
adult enough to know-
available
able options as they are unoccupied and would eliminate
Master Plan).
tations,
become
environmental
entations on
ampus
i
and
that are avail-
new meeting place
and forum 'or Waste Not
cious and fragile our environ
ment
houses
able or will
8
meetings,
in
how
>>'
proposing to
1
new "Tickle Me
women
for
but
fine,
a
part of the
lust
some more can
1
s
row, and a bust that
semester. The subcommittee
feels that these houses arc vi-
come
in
With the
rental
rhiscould be-
presentations
is
lose
I
have mv
Unfortunately, all this Barbie is losing
shocking en,s Ik
class by wearing this
Elmo" was
Me
"Tickle
Really.
semble
it
ponder which
to
lbs. if
breasts cnlarg
nbless waist, thighs
that reach till tomor-
house into the Eco-house
There arc seven University
ipace for
al
n. meetings, talks,
a liv-
is
i
who
convert a University rental
co-house could also
provide the physi.
ing laboratory lor Studying
ic
subcommittee
general or
ment.
structures, waterahi
md
m
am
In
multitude of
ment both within the house
jnd possibly on a webpagc
Currently, the Eco-house
in
model
Secret
disregarded
the part of the Victoria
woman looked
possibilities for projects,
house could post these ideas
and opportunities for involve-
our community's environ-
"will
.
an interest
is
environment
the
mission
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minute
but stopped for a
work, research, and environmental outreach. The Eco-
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con
tiative, in social
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decided
personal
in
another on our progre
host discussions to generate
aim
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Monday, December 2, 2002
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Lysistrata: Leave Your Prudishness at the Door
Alei Crtnz __Jane Harrington
stage
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Editor
men's passion
Of Ml
JZ/vccry once
in
will revolutionize the
suchaman. He had
man comes along
way we see the world
while
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a
He
.1
dream of a world
then fonned
with a
dream
BI
I
them, L)
nun cheering
or
Sistrata
that
Lots of sex.
dom
the Likes ol
Sewanee has never
to
in
seen.
I
sexes,
"Piclures by Nelson ftockwood
Overall, the C-Sl
did a brilliant..
cham
The men come to the
ith (ire
and horns while
Marin Miller as Lysistrata
the
Spread over hall
ence plaj
dominating
She
hind the entire tussle
s
I
try to
moments with
a gusto that
in cool colors
would leave many actresses em-
with great effect
Rehm)and
the big
portrayal
ii
contemporaneous «
e-loving
men
sported
women were
warm colon
1
ith
lad
fhe
1
actors 01 the
because of the shori length
production crew
towards the end,
ol the play
1
1
lies
with
letitive;
houi and 20 rnint
However, these
w
>• from what was
few minor flaws did not take
Sewance's more enjoyable productions
of Lampitio as a Ger-
ii
b<
15-minute intermission did nol seem necessary
women's chorus leader Koryphaia (Prathcr
'guns." Lampuo of Sparta (a hilarious turn by
M. Marie Van Dyke). Van Dyke's
The men of Athens and Sparta
keeping
11
rhefirstaci
Aristophanes
s
hip Gilliam), the
(<
still
while the bellicose
in the fault ol the
amused with her constant gyrating. Other
It the audience highly
Lysistrata
male spamng partner Proboulos
characters arc
important
bile
itini
i
on—
I
Inten
rorj
the overall
tumes' whimsical spin complemented the humor of
production and helped .iK.ii.mi the audi
Lies nol
The only annoyance thai an be found oboul 1 sistrata
KJeonike
Leah Robertson portrays her dearest friend
Robertson's comic dl) su try portray alts nght
barrassed
War
however, was the
'heme majoi
football helmets andaihletu sandals
rheuseol spandej
the Irojan
to the
multitude ol colors
enioi
updated the production »
Greece are truly
derness convincingthe audience that the women of
tackles the mow
space
and
captures
the
She
rtat<
in a miserable
risque
a
J production
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life
K Matthews designed lh< set that
Dan Bucklund did a commendable
imaginative costume
the character with passion and ten-
tills
ind
The
t
sistrata— the mastermind be-
)
lennifci
I
ihow lived up
ispectj ol thi
the technical
iys
jobofhghtingupihe game with
When the men
smoke the won ic n o u
barrage of insults— and w ater,
the fairer sex responds with a
voice and
The gorgeous Marin Miller, with an astoundingly rich
I
job of
have survived th
quality oi us acting
respond with jugs
and brooms
iu-.tii.it
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women's stronghold armed
women
creative
bringing to
it
v,
would like
Stage Manager Hannah Johnson
and Mtuter Electrician Chris Cuptill
women of Greece abstain
from sex. What follows is
the original battle of the
immuFrom November 14 until November 23. tin sSi
ticatre
nity was delighted with performances ol L) sistrata b)
Sewanee The play, which has been in early stages ol production
was a uniquel. stimulating
since last year, was more than a fail
experience Sometimes the beat of the women's feet on the painted
they
to love each othcx
at home and keep
minds off war. The
their
like 10 kill
ihcrasmucb
.is
bands
w Inch
who
wife
would
their hus-
keep
.isluishand
i!
ind
their
wars, so they fashion a
means
•
Sabre Shell;
a simple
husbands run off to fighl
silly
was
show
Rockwood and
1
gaggle of college students as the men and
.1
relevant
of watching
are tired
—
women ofAthens and Sparta, and put on show
is
the
highlight! Nelson
The women of Greece
one.
and
this
1
into English, cast a
story
Its
dream ot the future into a
entitled
yen
- late
that
he
Many
Lysistrata.
similar man
play
David Landon had a similar dream and so he translated LysisD >itu
sex
was a surpnsingly
militant
one "i
tale.
Aristophanes
ofp
lull
nun
and "'her times it was the lazy swing of the
ills
[owever, whether ii was women bemoaning the
was hypnotu
one ol
rheatre
An Art Historical Approach to an OCCU Tradition
Lauren Cotner
showsihatBruegel intended
Arts Editor
A,
m my
various times
_t
educational career.
work as a Utopian
ideal communit)
tion lo
where something I just learned
in a classroom spontaneously
society
shows up
in
in a
my
daily
when
New
The
1
show
that a
harmonious
must consist of diver-
was
not a post-wedding event
with peasants from the 1560s.
in
as in the p, nuiine
York Times that cor-
OCCU
the
learned in a French culture
course earlier in the day; or
man) « ays reminded
me ol the painting about which
had just spend a week 'Ant-
even when
ing
responds directly
1
dinner, in
to a lesson
start surfing the
only to discover a discus-
web
sion of a painting that
I
had just
Recently,
studied
this
strangely wonderful fusion of
book smarts and
world
e \
at the
Or-
real
penence took place
-
ganization for Cross Cultural
Understanding's
(OCCU)
As
the table tent invitation
to the Potluck caught
my
1
a
term paper
As I
ticed
atten-
I
dents,
munity
bers.
century Netherlandish painter,
Peasant Wedding Feu 1
so
maybe
1
am
mundane meal
in the
dining hall, but indulge
my
moment of cerebral clarity
Peasant Wedding Feast
seems
to the untrained eye to
be merely a painting of a
ca!
ing
OCCU. welcomed
Ol the
members of
the
the organization
tive
company of a wealth of nawho come together
(
in the spirit
OCCU's
of community.
Potluck
Dou
Vishal
it
Yet
nips to the tables
Vo ca Hon (vo-ka-shen) 1.
of.
full
People mumhed on
spoonfuls of most everything
food.
J
i\
pi-
A regular
occupation or profession, esp. one for
which a person is specially suited or
qualified (American Heritage Dictio-
nary)
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2.
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Buechner, Wishful Thinking:
Pieter Bruegel's Peasant Wedding Fart
heritage
''Where your deep gladness and the
world's deep hunger meet" (Frederick
in
re-
thai
In-
China, Pakistan, and Japan
colored Convocation
mg
despite not always kno
exactly whal the) were
[all
1
group of peasants who join
together to eat and be festive
of the evening was the w ide
ray of world
cm m.
ferenl tables
Some
Seeker's
mg.
t
ABC)
re
of the tasty dishes
1
ar-
ourdif*
so exotic thai they were unidentifiable
Surprisingly, after almost
were speckled
with dishes like curry chicken
boui of chowing down
herring sandwiches, red beans
and grafi/1 dt
and rice
erything in sight, there was
courgettes
Nehfu/OCCU
Igaini
,
Throughout the evening, everyone seemed to make mul-
people
were dressed
attue
So, next time the potluck
around, seize the opportu-
tionalities
the,
of
semesterly event.
tiple
day
Thanksgiv-
nity to partake in great food in
the
the other
support
their
for
rolls
modem
1
a big nerd for
thinking about an history while
eating a
Vtrmani, ThePurplfs editorin-chiefas well as co-president
First
stu-
The most impressive aspcet
I
be a prime
to
exarnpleofthe
no-
Mam
dia,
I
seems
mem-
ing of Pieter Bruegel's. a 16th
a
While everyone gathered at
their respective tables, Ragh n
and com-
flected the
on
McClurg,
The P'CCU potluck
miliar faces of
professors
to-
gether..
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Harrv Turns Scary
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same film by an equally
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ProLor
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tolc. but instead
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his roie,
lack
,
and emotional experience
comes
from Branagh and Isaacs
dose to Stealing the movie
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is done by
performance
"her impress,,
(Ron
Potter). Rupert Grin.
tHarry
Radcliffe
dr cn Daniel
who
Watson,
mma
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though.
th-tourpc
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Most impressive,
Granger This
the role of Hermione
and
the Sorcerer's Stone,
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We^i.y
Id
JW""^
(Ukfrf
quickly since
grown
mas
Hermione
change
crimTnation . ho emotionally
colors
th flying
does
csis Draco, is
I
fear
Though
Chamber of Secrets
j
I
Chamber
the grca, halls
itself,
up
There
movie
imdb com
Lucius Malfoy (Isaacs)
not pro-
come
what's hinted to
There
thai lh«
concern
is
sible, that there is not
'
darker ihe next films
|
lermlone (Watson),
(Crlnt) and Harry (Radcliffe)
outside Howorts.
Irndb cor
Gllderoy Lockharl (Branagh)
cram so much in
Because they were
were painmoments
greatest
movies
Ihe
some ol
R.ckman) and Professor
short: Professor Snapc (Alan
••[ |,,s
becoming
marked Sorcerer's Stone, and now is
the novcharacter
of
charming, complex, ye. still humorous
snortincss that
exquisitely execute a bilanOUS duockhBJl (Kenneth Branagh)
the movie s whipwhich
is stopped too quickly by
scene,
eling
the
lash
comic delivery in many
ent through difficult and well-delivered
admirable job through
still
yet
moderate
scenes Radcliffe docs a
character. Harry, confronts his death.
els.
s
journey through
takes you
Ibffl Riddle's diary
fifty years,
complete with sepia color-
One
moment
thai doefl last B satisfying
scene where his
the perfect
Myrtle, played by Shirley Henderson, is
funny.
amount ol scary, annoying, and
have been
m the set, BS mentioned before, all the interiors
book, the
second
the
dark world for
Moaning
I
su.l the
redesigned to
amount
most of the
common's rooms have more foreboding texture,
beams under the
wood
dark
the
among
place
take
shots
qu.dd.ch
spider giant and his
Harry and Ron's adventure with the
enough, but is espeanyone
chilling
is
IwM.cn The scene to
cially effective to those with arachnophobia.
ia
great acting perforivM particularly surprised by the
performance BS
Branagh's
Secrets
of
Chamber
mances in
lit.
worth ihe ticket price alone The Patriot's Jason
iilderO)
iQQi
mo does a stellar job as Draco Malfoy's father A good
Isaai
doesn't have to raise his voice to raise fear, and
the filming of
the knowledge thai he died during
Chamber of
is
i
Possibly
halls are bleakly
bleachei supports, and the school
seeing Richard Hams, who
the darkest moments, though, were
through scenes when 1 had
way
his
wheeze
Dumbledore.
played
i
(
also prove great acting tal-
B difficult
Godfather 11 Iti »
not executtdlike a cheesyrip-off of
the V .ewer, and is a useol
past
faded
to
the
bnngmg
subtle touch
1040's V tench Film Noir diphotography that would make any
rector proud It too is brief
ing. It hi
spectacular
.
Rupcn Gnnt
Danielle Radcliffe and
p. i. e
Hogwarts of
personally
tai-
s not
-a
Secrci
Harris
was
perfect in the role,
and
his presence will
be
missed
villain
John William's has done
executes this idea beautifully
little
revising of his musical score
v.
ewe
retorted
children '<i..M.e' But
1
wtiole-
As the Star Wars trilogy
and Chamber of Secrets proved, true
heartedlv disagree
before
l
lo the
[
it,
fright, realistic
fully
Harry Potter
vented world.
FolloWm^rrrc'crtMfts.-one
I
trying to
back
own
Rowling's inbest with the foundation of
also a problem in the film of pace
i
leaves oul
B
in
school without proper lighting
.
its in-
,.
as pos-
audience and ma)
can be without depressing the
mg (herd question how anyone could enjoy a
lh,,.
people with
makers or the writer, all of whom
Potter
supervised the vision of Harry
designers have,
much
startle
to the film
books
dark
ue, already turned the world as
may
Potter
Fire, or
Goblet of
in the next three
make
they think a Harry
lored imagination of what
This is no, fan
be.
film is supposed to
book
bul D01 "ear as dark as
they
when
to film.
itself
to every single person's
candles In the
duced by the ha/y flickering of
is a dark chapsecrets
of
Chamber
series.
ter,
or
beautiful, en-
case with
Rowling's text exactly This is the
causi
and
book,
from
turned
all movies
and distress among
great amount of complaint
to live up
people who expect film to be able
Dumbledore (Harris) and
the darkness of Cham-
light in the
is little
moment
a
it
and the moments
understand
from the original book One must
to include
able
be
will
film
that
no
the fact
K
J
follow
or
every aspect of the book,
Chamber of
The primary difference between
ber.
still a
terpretation,
trav-
of Harry Potter 's world
picture of the greatness
is
way
The film
ofHogwarts.
was
such time-constraint
to
their
ling
Secrets and the Gift film
Secrets pulled
might have lacked
,.
how
viewer through the
Prisoner of
mam concern is how the longer
of Fire will hold
Goblet
the
worse,
or
Azkaban
Stills
crearure, and an ai
by flu-powder, the evil
all create- B realistic
match
uu.ddich
t.on-packcd
i
:
better with the time
it
The Chamber of
it
imag^
no, t he
film that brought the
tertaining, enlightening
world of Harry Potter The
comer
the minute details in every
spe-
difficult to find
,s
it
two of relaxation,
grandeur The
hen there's the film's amazing
I
book. However,
they could have done
create the picture as a whole.
ih.ii
:
in the
portrayed
the
and
.
of
is
Hvfng
she
Harry Potter and the
who
Gildcroy Lockhan.
One
a dismal year
off. if just barely
office is one
A quick glance of Dumbedorc's
in the film.
moments
powerful
the most visually
it
longer.
suspicion for
permitting.
into a loud-ialk.ng.
could cas.ly be expanded
performed skillfully
melodramat.c cancature il
(who has butchered
,ubde by Kenneth Branagh
dramatic.)
overly
being
by
before
,ctcrs
Use
mo> n she has abandoned
much
2,
producing an
direct,
haicablc character
equally charm.ng and
„ ,he character
in this
£nd
-
seems merely
*5.KSi S-W y-rHarry
which «
The
,o
as a character.
it
seals for
k ep people in their
1
film. It n
ally-changing character in the
d,semotionally confront harsh
musl
thai
Secrets
Chamber of
,n
tree)
one shol • >tb C hr
would have been d.ffi-
is
extraneous
gladly substituted an
1 would have
more scenes of
few
for
a
car
mag,
Har^y falling out of .he
due
Keif deserves
months were passing
However, a. 2hrs 40m.n.
sTgn that
on
in
believable ch Id
extremely mature yet St.ll
Secrets delivers an
film gives the character
the
intelligence,
P agued by her
hahments, and the
for her accomp
Hermione the due respect
the only emotackling
fo.
respec,
elegani and
film,
the second fi
for the
Stone, for
Sorcerer's
Sorcerer
i
two scenes, he doei DOl
star Visual
u „ m ,p„„,,..nda ,!,«.
the
matched in the
who continues h,
.ormance by Alan Rickman.
d> S major part of
he
,„,,, he is
Robert whltt
,...
humor, and
nightmarish villains
darkness, tension-releasing
make
the best children's
mov-
Potter and Chamber of Secrets,
ies And a greater point Harry
that not only are chiland Harry Potter in general, proves is
like children. Harry
equally
adults are
dren a
Potter
a
lot like adults,
moves many of us with
ch.ld.sh glee, and th.s film does
good job supporting such a high standard.
Chamber of Secrcis
At the very least, Harry Potter and the
made me
Call
leave wanting to be a better person
it's true.
When was
want
to
the last
movie you saw
that
me
stupid
made you
do that?
Despite the darkness surrounding The
Chamber of Secrets,
reatOI J K Rowling has
the future of Harry Potter is br.gh, C
than The Goblei
finished the fifth book, which will be longer
more fine-edit,
one
After
volume.
of Fire, the 734 page fourth
will be sent to pubPhoenix
the
Order
of
and
the
Potter
Harry
Cuaron. who directed
lishers soon, the author reports. Alfonso
Mama lambicn
Great Expectations and more recently, Y Tu
the Prisoner ol
Potter
and
Harry
third
film.
the
Will direct
they
••••"
still unsure
are »»«
m»»-»». whom
-j will CBSl to
rruuuecis tut.
AZKaoan.
Azkaban, Producers
recent death
Harris's
after
Dumbledore
fill the beard of'Albus
Lincoln Center Meets Sewanee Stage
on
Jullr Blair
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music
the
The programs provided
bi-
ographies ol .he an. si,, here are
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evening of November I5" in
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more titillating pomis An.
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teen-minute intermission
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piece ended
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ovation Sevvanee's
own
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Sports
Monday, December
2,
2002
tEhe
&etoan« purple
Sewanee Takes the Goart
Men's Basketball Kicks off Season with Lon Varnell
nament.
The Tiger's came out of the locker room
Quakers had an
roaring, but the Earlham
impressive second half showing hitting
With
nearly every three-pointer they shot.
Thoin»i_JonM_
Co-Sports Editor
/\utumn has once again reached Sewanee's campus,
and with the turning of the leaves comes the beginning of
my faa new basketball season. Basketball is hands down
vorite sport, and I, like so many other Sewanee students,
anxiously await the coming of the college basketball season from mid-April until mid-November. All those who
wish to wet their basketball palates no longer have to wait,
for roundball has once again returned to the mountain
weekend the Sewanee men's
Last
basketball
home opener
team
Classic
nearly five minutes remaining
regulation,
in
m:m
points of the
Sewanee drew within four
Quakers, but the threat from beyond the
arch remained too much for Sewanee to
overcome, as they fell to Earlham 78-68
Although the game ended with a ten-point
spread, it was a closer game than the score
suggests, for
be-
if
a
few more bounces had
the Lon Varnell
gan
Men's Basketball Classic. Tensions were high, as the Tigers
promising
are expecting a successful season. With many
their season with a
in
younger players and a number of experienced upperclassmen, the Tigers definitely have the potential to accomplish
Led by seniors Grant Gearhart at point
Jarrett at center, the Tiger's starting
Jonathan
and
guard
Brown, and with
five is rounded out with junior guard Mike
sophomore forwards Jason Smith and Eugene Talley. They
notably Allen
are accompanied by a strong bench, most
Hoffman, Jeremy Cothern, Matt Austin, Spencer Rowland,
a lot this season.
team,
and Peter Strickland. With a fundamentally strong
every
for
competitors
worthy
be
the Tigers will prove to
team they play
this season.
Friday night was the Tigers' first test, as they met
Huntingdon College for their first game of the season. A
aggressive playing
large crowd was present, as the Tiger's
Sewanee led
paid off in a 79-S5 win in favor of Sewanee.
style of play
the
and
tempo
the entire game, setting the
from the start.
The game of the weekend was, however, the championSewanee matched
ship game on Saturday afternoon, when
had decisive victeams
Both
College.
up against Earlham
Rust College 69beat
Earlham
before,
as
night
the
tories
Sewanee and Earlham was ev54. The match-up between
basketball game.
championship
that embodies a
mM
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have
Both Grant Gearhart
named
anYJaVon Sm.th,repres,ented Sewanee, as.they were
team
to the All-Tournament
evening, as
The Tigers continue their season on Tuesday
compete against
they travel to Atlanta where they will
challenge for the TiEmory. This should be another good
team, and is one of
strong
a
has
traditionally
gers. Emory
basketball programs m
the most well respected Division III
and keep ballin!
team...
the
country Good luck to
erything
of the
From the outset the two teams battled for control
by
apparent
is
as
high,
game The level of intensity was
of the game.
course
the
during
changes
the eight lead
awaited a
Going into half time the score was tied, and fans
of
the tourgame
exciting
conclusion to the most
comtwo games of the season. Junior Mike Brown
got a lot
mented on the team's performance saying, "We
able to see where we
out of the tournament. We were
good teams It alsome
play
to
able
and
need to develop
first
thrilling
Rugby Tackles Tough Opponents
City Shonkwiler
Staff Writer
Sewanee with little room for
error in the second half.
Unable to stay onsides and
Despite having
side.
soundly beaten Tech in their
previous meeting last se-
struggling to re-adjust to the
mester, Sewanee fell >4-8
despite strong efforts from
1
he Sewanee Rugby
Football Club, after a promising defeat of Murray State
juggled lineup, Sewanee
eventually succumbed to
has hit some
rough times in recent weeks,
Tennessee's superior fitness
and experience in a 38-7 de-
in its opener,
efforts
valiant
making
against bigger and
more
perienced teams, but
ex-
ulti-
mately struggling to keep
pace with upper-division
clubs from the MidSouth
Rugby Union. Despite those
setbacks, the club
primed
to
is still
win the MidSouth
Division Three crown once
matrix play starts in the
On Saturday. October 25,
Gouraud, Morgan Butler,
and Clay Shonkwiler represented the Sewanee side at
the MidSouth Collegiate AllStar Camp on the campus of
Tennessee Tech. Although
was
the three were
none made the team,
notable that
the only players at the
scrums and mauls.
After getting a
needed week
ate,
it's
much
off to recuper-
the Sewanee side played
first home match of the
year on Saturday, Novembt
16 against the Chattanooga
Men's Rugby Club at the
1
practice football field
hen
game. The most devastating
loss was that of Lee Allen,
All-
After an early penalty put
Tennessee up 3-0 in the
opening minutes, Sewanee's
Garrick Anderson ran
tap-penalty which, along
in a
with the conversion from
Crews Keen, gave Sewanee a
7-3 lead which it maintained
through most of the hardfought first half. Only a late
try on a botched 5-meter
lineout to Sewanee allowed
Tennessee to claim an n-7
lead at halftime.
Franklin
Mackie (cut over his
eye),
Lombard (high ankle
sprain), Ryan Robinson
Will
(hand), Gary Pope (ankle)
(ribs) left
Shonkwiler returned to the
Tech campus with the rest of
on division
Tennessee Tech.
Sewanee was forced to play
the club to take
rivals
injured in
the club's exceptional second-year number eight who
out for the season after
suffering a concussion in the
myriad knock-ons and col
lapsed rucks and scrum*evitable. making for uneven
1
is
Tennessee game. Fellow
loose forward Garrick
Anderson, recovering from a
knee injury, played most of
the
game
at fullback,
dem-
onstrating his kicking and
open-field abilities but depriving the pack of
it's
most
experienced player.
A try by flanker/scrumMatt Fuller and a penhalf
converted by Crews
Keen gave Sewanee it's only
the
8 points on the day as
surprise
by
taken
was
club
Tech
the much-improved
alty
game play.
Despite Chattanooga greater experience and size.
Sewanee more than held it^
own both on set plays and in
loose play
among
the
for-
Hooker Jess Kant'
managed to poach several
wards.
from Chattanooga s
pack in the scrum, and locks
key balls
Frank DiMauro and Cla>
Shonkwiler did the same on
line-outs.
Sewanee continued
a
first half,
Elizabeth Land Leads
tr)
Chattanooga on a 5meter tap following an
offsides call.
promising
Beth Muughu-r
on
to ey
<>
hibit the fractured nature
its season, playing stron
defense, but giving up ke
<
Sewanee B
a mere 5 point
it's
home field, but
mpeted in
South's swimming teai
Blfcabeth Land
2002
23.
November
on
Wabash
a new meet
toon Memphis im won two events, establishing
re* ord in the
school
a
new
setting
and
i„ foe 500 yard free
m
yuis and her
Bothol her times were ni a a "B
, n fret
T\
A he Univenitj
to penetrate
Chattanooga'-
I
abil-
i
ity to consistently stop
Sewanee behind the original
gain line resulted
ol the
Invitational
,1,,
Chattanooga's defence hue
eventually caught up to the
Tigers.
ontributing Writtt
for
the club faced
deficit
time in the
.,„„ „i 17:47.40 is currently the fourth rastesl
helped
finishes
top
and's
ill swimming
mr Division
n,
in sevei al
[Ci
inside
turnovers
key
Sewanee's own 22-meter
area. As a result. Sewanee
often found itself overcom
1
cam
Khcr
plac ing h ithin the top
freshman Mice Ballenger
exington. Itt was the top place
Matthew Martelli (soph
three finishes MarteUiwasa
two
top
with
finisher for the men
Hie ngerraeo
mt |,c 100 yard fl) and 1- in the 200 yard fl)
1
1
m
that resulted
I
in
misleading
.1
-
\\
ist
tin-
we |l
Stringer
mto\
aid, "if we
our players healths and
bring some more pare with
1
the ball on the attack, well
have an excellent chance
win the MidSouth Divi
III
to
in the sprit
Sewanee hopes
to return
winning ways with a
rematch with Murra) State
on Saturday. Novembei 2
I
11
no home game against
on
rival
!
Mm
i.e.
State
withthreei
rhe competition is fantastic
weswamvery
IH
and
Division
U
lop 10 in the nation in
e beet tomes
life
best
and
season
man)
as a team with
"
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md -,..,. -amply speelaqilai
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and
,
toaUyeai
yi
defeii-e
men were senior Mike Mag
.
i
posed to last year "We
played them tough, we won
the rucks and we didn bai k
down on
field
arterandWiiOakes lophomoree Ned Booker
Marc Kicker, freshman IHoti Dement
-.,,
ObermiUer commented, "This is the fs
juniore( llM
difference" bet
Chattanooga
eleven le.nn
Other top 16 finishers for th«
Sewanee matched up to
iw
ih in the
i
Despite the score, Brian
Stringer, coach of the
Sewanee side, noted the
hi
1
I
na wllletl
the Chattanooga back-line
the
several mismatches
20 minutes
he meet
5th place overal
women
« omen sv. immcis
to
6 in» lud
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Hadlo
take.
rdorsSaraAtchison.Blizabeth<
any Husted, Bamel Met onneU,
1.
u
juniors Kat) Davis
<
mitted to the ruck, leaving
last
Team with
Record-Breaking Races
for
an inability
and spectators alike. Tin
sloppy conditions made the
Stars.
and Chris Miller
The following Saturday,
and
Butler
Gouraud,
in
several
MidSouth Collegiate
to
III club.
pushed back
uncomfortable for players
and B-sides,
Sewanee the opportunity
Injuries
camp
sistently
the Tennessee
Aoffering
split it's
against
it
the match, as Sewanee's undersized forwards were con-
to
in
Tennessee
Erwan
without several key players
matching up
against Division 1 UT-Knox-
Alabama
play
The next day,
Swimmers Compete at
Wabash Invitational
The second half appeared
in
on campus. Conditions 1
less than ideal, as a heav\
rain the day before left
standing water on the pitch
Also, a game-time tempera
ture of 34 degrees ami
heavy fog made the gam-
Sewanee shared a doubleheader with the squad from
ville.
cision.
from a Division
spring.
Gouraud, Butler and player
of the game Anderson. The
size of Tech's pack was the
biggest difference-maker
the
yardage on several offsides
penalties and defensive
breakdowns. One such penalt) resulted in the onl)
score of the
JuunS^J Mateo and
Photoa by
December
2002
2,
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Sewanee Runners
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Equestrian tfeam Jump:
Place Well at Regionals
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riders in
judged Gurij
and Western shows are
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team has com-
by
skill
SeatShow.hddOctob
Show.
Sewanee. and a Western
hold
placed
Novembers
November 2-3 at Murray
die lead
day of competition
endoftheweekcn.lli.iil.Hli'i'
State
Hn nilmn
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called
1
two type
[unto
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riding
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and West-
m
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Hunt
v.nmendidnotknovs whal
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and Her seventh place
dm nee
Leebecomes the 22nd Sewanee female
Due
to their outstand-
rformances while hosting
niter Show. Sewanee
Seat riders are currently
I,
three
leading the region by
mee's region is
poinl
the show, the
i,,
Mid captain Martha
have not competed
I
1
place standing tathi
ii'""
Sewanee equestrian tean u
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ajid at tin
to
leven schools in-
|,,f.
expect from the Other b
cluding Tennessee Tech,
Kentucky,
Western
MTSU.UT Martin, Misippi State. Univ.
of
Tennessee, Maryville.
Murray State, Rhodes,
and VanderbilL
Practicing three or
four times a week, mem>f
the Sewanee
equestrian team are
itedtO their sport
and committed to success. Hie women particularly are looking for-
ward to December
when they
Western riders Jenny Sinclair, Juha
,ec
Becca Tolbert,
Kau/mcm, Surah Howell, Katie Bauer.
Murray State
at
show
in
a
competed
Ross
and Katy
home third
hrouyht
The team
,,,, \nnmber2and 3.
thru
..ll.-.l
(
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fidl
"hunt"
in, ire,
tli.n
huntei seat,
in
rtyle,
1"i-
short
I
lurregioniscomprisedofdif-
ferent teams than in years past
ri
sowedidnl
hi, their ability to
1
to expect,
.
teal!) iaiovs
competition, the entire
qui western
emnomperltionhorjpiKBrid-
den at a.slower
1
new riders,
.mil
i.i"
runnei to earn All Region
Ihe top 15 run-
Sewanee feSewanee women
She is ,,lso the
ners, in back .0 back scars
The
nationals
for
qualify
to
male runner
0th
1
ye u a
statistics Ibis is the seventh
,, hI -In. t.mrihycar
honors
All-Region
Sewanee femaleeamed
tor the
qualified lor nationals Rankings
a Sewanee female
Blunck
Halhe
women on the team were treshman
dso had impressive team
other
W04).
sophomore Angela Galbreath. hftth «2>
sophomore Meagan
Outz, 73rd (26:07.06)
(2411 03)
m
Fes]
109th
Jenny Naas,
Binkley, lOftth (27 48.01), freshman
14th (2
Shulman
Marisa
2 09). and Junior
"
with freshman
show
impressive
an
in
put
The men also
he
with a time of 26:07 05
seventh
placing
Ridley
cas
U
1
l
I
Leonard had a season best time
only senior on the team. Jed
first Sewanee runner in history
the
becomes
and
Vll-H
become a lour time All-SCAC and tour time
which
a Sewanee
year
in
straight
mnncr This marks the sixth
to
and the third straight
male runner has earned All-region honors,
qualified for nationals Other
has
male
Sewanee
which
a
in
e ir
Burner. 74th
lor the men were. Sophomore Grant
-»8
Tym McGuire. 78th (28.36.08); SOpho26.09); freshman
(
Jeremy AnHen Aeree. 82nd (28:46 07), sophomore
98th
McGregor.
John
freshman
thony. 88th (29.00.06); and
Senior Jed Leonard
'02).
placed 132nd w ,th
nationals th.s past Saturday. Ridley
with
a time of 23:01.7)
placed 76th
a time of 26:44.4). Lee
SCAC.
Lee's finish is the
the
highest
in
and placed the secmd
years by a Sew .nice
m
22
championship
at
a
5th highest
years.
ile. and the second best in 13
became Sewanee's first
runner to make the All-
M
SCAC and All-Region
NCAA
for four years.
teams
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out in their sponsors colors and logOS
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there would be no better waj toattempl fodispel the redneck stigma that many people hai e
placed on the sport and on its supporters, inhiding myself. Soconsidei
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team has
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whal
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rapt ain kali"
well
season. Since
fall
show will have both
hunt seat and western
Bauer
there.
in
to
2^^Ld*e*hlO
fourteen p.,
the
faith
rheae two types diffo
travel
fortheir last show
MTSU
of the
13-15
wu
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in
,
team(which consists ol
the All- Region
make
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team will compete. With
pluee overall in the region.
era
Division
placed
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ring position aftfl foe
L,
NCAA
he
,
Lee and Freshman ucas Ridley bod,
ui,
,,, ,,,cs.ookpb,cm.roclcr,a.s
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led
October .Junior
Marias Shulman was named
the
the High Point Rider of
11
commanding
On Saturday November
nl0 rc
Is
1
si
aHunua
two show-
Si off Writer
the
incredibly well."
The hunter seat rider
M rrav State, Sewanees Westem riders iwed tremendous
!
.11
Mnri«Noron«
Murray show, everyone rode
Hunt
their skill levels.
In their
IwrdandnduiKuw.iw^
But
style.
,,
lassesbasedon
team has been working
recently learned the
11
in order to be
raningpattcn
Ihroughoul
(K'tingat the collegiate
gan
added in the open level
where the nder perfom
also
is
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in NCAA
and Lucas Ridley CompeteNationals
Lee anu
Division III
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Liz
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How had
h
sour car and
Page
December
2002
2,
11
purple
(Ehe fremance
Make Time ForMusic
Co-Sp»rl\
Dy
4tio\
I
looking around
Moldenhauer's
Trczcvant dorm room
Mll
,
s
B
life
in
l
sophomore
ast
Moldcn.hau.er now plays
Moldenhaue,
five instruments: tenor sax,
•'
ja
displays
b
the
enthusi-
text as a
bookend
.
"J
tnai
lb
geiuu
a.u\*
;
..*i&.n
d beautifu l"
-Plato
hannon
On
,,
make
tO
Qtial
changes
hen
therapi
'
llvei
in peOpll
n
•••
branch
'
lor
fective self-treatment
positive
people are tense or over-
i
Music
called
whelmed, it does nol al
therapist fot
ways take
knoss wh.n
B person to
makes them feel better,
especially when it comes
.i
to help
or musical elemt nts
po.pie develop to their
resolve
oi
and
tential
Even it JTOU
music
have not played piano
Music
trauma
therapists work with all
to
different kinds of people.
B ince
musicians and non-musi
walk lost. Lukes and to
The other members ot the
group include bassisi
David Barnes, drummer
cms
to
Rory Fraser, and
duction and relaxation
lottes
Quartet
tat-
v\
The
for
renc h
1
1
Pants)
ithout
guitarist
When
fordan Martins.
Healthy individuals
benefit from mucan
also
re.,,
therapy fo
the
a
i
i
the house with his
musical tricks, like adding
^
\- io< iation cites
rapj
aumbei
bem
ol
From
m
ing the alto
stimulation
room, his passion
simultaneously.
"1 like to improvise and
people with the opportusense of
hav<
to,
for
it
far
e
is
ceedsthe four walls For
him playing and listening to music
is
pari Ol Ins
overall wellness and arelease that cannot be
matched
•'It
in
the best feeling
is
the world to get lost in
music" Moldenhauei
,
m
music,
ing
With
He added
i
feel like
l
I
am
go-
somewhere because
music is changing all the
time and constantly
evolving."
Starting with the alto
husi
out
full
moves
for a
ovet
trol
•'
provides
life
to refresh VOUl
mind
Whether you
sician
I'
-
CD
vorite
en-
hance awareness of
crowd. Playing in front of
big group is an exhilarat-
time m sour life
While cramming fot fifew min„ ii s
s top for
your fapop
in
and
utes
tui
their
research, they have found
that music as a sensor)
harmonica or playand tenor sax
few
a
familial melodies will
calm your nerves and remind you of a less
fit
Music Therapy
the
sight-read
Perhaps the combination of fresh aii and
The American Music
crowd at the
brings
Moldenhaucr
Pub,
band draws
take a
sixth grade
pieces
down
that
When
and anxiety.
stress
ol
though
even
But
Moldenhauer's love fot
music is obvious upon
simply walking in lus
something
more personal
I
level, music can be an ef-
rherapj which uses music
ven though he
i
individual basis.
tional
to supol
1
all
»
on Sewanee's swim
team he Still finds time to
perform in a jazz band
called Le Quartet Sans Cu-
sell
port a long row
tered sheet music
ii
on an
arc designed
ments
is
is
made collage of his favorite funk band, T(
On a shelf, heo| Power.
uses a Physical Geology
I
flute,
and oboe
poster of
framed,
J
S ax
a lt
and
the Blues Brothers
the
pieture
ol
signed
Charlie Hunter Quartet
On another wall, he
hangs
t.nh grade.
m
wall
on<
,
role in his
eaS y to see thai
major
m
uone
it
j
soul to
a moral law. It gives
to the mind, flight
the universe, wings
charm to
to the imagination, a
everything
sadness, gaiety and life to
nce f order and lends to
"Music
latum Hah n
the
are
who can
tan
oi
a
mu-
wail on
iomi one
who
the diftei-
and environment, expi
uonIf verbally and
know
ence between
when the band is clicking,
w hen you play with a
verbally" and "impro
concentration and attention
and the bass, music can
a difference in yout
group of people, a connec-
span
,i
ing experient
is
made
especially
e,
,,,„
make
wellness and in your life.
so lake time to get lost in
love
the music you
Chances arc you will be
(liil&iZZ
vnn"miri?iherapv wnrld nc0
-
he said
This sense of connectedness and feeling of rel<
Music Therapy
gamed through music is
common among musicians
education
used
m
is oftet
hospitals, special
glad that you did
classrooms
nursing homes, and psychiatric facilities.
and music lovers In fa<
that
research has s hown
music directly effects n
has the po,,,i health* and
I
sic
MusTcian/Athlete Mart Moldenhauer
different people,
m
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December 2,
PurpU
2002
Page 12
of Vietnam
Tfte Streets
Reflections
Lo Somel
Guest Writer
who
Sang,
can't help but stare into
| walk down the street,
has
is
a four-year-old who
the eyes of the hfldren. There
the streets with
wanders
now
and
arobodia
runawaj from<
shoulder, ragged shorts, and
a brown sack thrown over bifl
cannot speak Vietnamese
He
eyes that seem void of life.
iiowdol handle this? I honestly think
„
A.
I
<
andhehasnofamlh
that I htve grown up
up
[hi
nam
tool
there
is
through the program: intensive
tl
in..'.
.
I
mg in
a bubble, isolating myself from the
was in.
One of the components of this program was that we were
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children and the SOI ial workers. The man who founded
former heroin addict who. after 20 years, kicked
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mentall) impossible by quitting the use of heroin
del iding t<» open a home for street children.
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and thm
hear someone literally dying. I cannot explain the
sounds, because they give
me nightmares, but it was
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tovolunteei at different lo«
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pulled up chairs and
During the entire two
hours we were there, in
the background we could
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sustainable agVictnamesi language, political science, and
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We
out singing them two
songs, which was a good
way to break the ice. Then
started talking to them.
ever a place called
I
I
regularly visits
the patients, the nun- alstarted
lowed us in.
"Grown-
I-and,"
on a Summer Abroad
here are two Other homes associated with Thao Dan.
An Toan. which means "Safe House." is a permanent home
ikc children, and Hy Vong, which means "Hope
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t
awful.
We spoke with sue of the
people who
live there. One
woman, 23 years of age,
had contracted AIDS
through prostitution. She
had open sores all over her
and arms. I looked
and smiled, hut there was no connection.
Although we are almost the same age. our lives are so different that there was no way in which we could relate. I
struggle to understand why it had to be her, why she was
forced to earn a living by serving up to fifteen men a day in
a hot. stifling room. What
made it be she and not I?
One man was an amazing
professional, who was inlegs
into her eyes
1
and financially
telligent
He
well-off.
started using
heroin and contracted
AIDS through sharing
When we were
I
speaking with him he
two
and
asked the most challenging
back
He was interAIDS services and
its
regained their innocence that day as
and our
knowledge from working
with people with AIDS in
DC and New York. They
were shocked that people
voluntarily choose to work
with people with AIDS,
i'
month
inn
lo
(
w
wars
1.1I
liefore
another solution
is
de-
termined
Ineol the hardesl things for
(
the boyi hav<
managed
me to understand was how
happy and exuberant
to remain so
whin
their lives have been such hellish tests of survival
ly, so when they are there they feel
hao Dan is theii i.
ie< ure and
omfortable When the) live .it Thao Dan they
do not work the streets, m, they can try and regain some
I
1
fi
thru childhood Sometimes forgot when we were
laughing and pla\ ik togi-thiM that they did not go home
in hi
.I
.ill
1
1
warm
in
like
1
loving families
When
I
would remember,
it
was
swallowing the biggest brick of reality down an already
throat
1
Inedaj while
I
was
there,
I
In
.ml the social workers talk-
about going to the UDS compassion house, Mai Hoa, I
ii
could go with them, since
have an Interest In
working with people with UDS the) were willing but not
1
1
enthusiastu about taking
I
me
1
wenl with
my friend Chris-
who peaks Vletna
sewell Her ability to speak Vietnamese helped us to communicate with the patients at Mai
on s iiiv. lour of the social workers at Thao Dan), Christine, and I drove an hour away to Cu Chi and went to Mai
Hoa where about 20 adults live In the last stages of AIDS.
tine
I
urn the hospital and arc normal!) verj hesitant to
tee the patients But since we went with
allow fon
since in Vietnam people with AIDS are son. ilh stigmatized.
we headed back
Sang said that he was impressed with how we
interacted with them hecause most people have a hard time
once they see the condition of the patients. He could not
After a draining but excellent discussion,
to Saigon.
my
life to
the
mud
fights ensued,
along with jumping and swimming in the puddles. They
were quite impressed with the fact that I continued playing
along, rather than running to huddle under some tree.
Though the park they go to has about 20 impromptu tiny
fields on which to play soccer, it is also a place where the
majority of heroin users shoot up. One time a boy stepped
on and punctured his skin with a used heroin needle. Another young boy ran up to me, holding and showing me the
one he had just found. There are no words to explain my
emotions. It was a feeling that I had never experienced before that day. It was a true feeling of revulsion towards the
world.
This was
my Vietnam.
for
me
Not what they taught
me
in class,
decided that my goal in Vietnam was
to spend as much time as possible with the children
but the real thing.
I
stop telling us how much we had
done for the people there. He said
that although we did not give them
hope, we did give them a sense of
humanity and respect
that they rarely
receive.
1
home
felt at
at
Thao Dan
sini e
everyone was there for the same purpose—to give children the opportunity to remain innocent and not to be
punished for the mistakes of then
parents, of society, and
ol
humanity.
Sang gave me the most meaningful
compliments have received in a long
tl
I
He said that before I came to
Thao Dan he had a very nega live idea
time.
in.i',
a counselor, clinging for
One afternoon the sky opened up and let down
monsoon rainstorm. It seemed as though the children
seat.
ested in
perceptions
ifon hfldren with AIDS. Thao Dan's mislion
to return each ol the hoys to his natural family by
counseling both the boy andhisfamfl) At present about 18
boys (ages ranging from 10-19) "live" at Thao Dan. Since
eai h boy's situation is different, there is no textbook way in
h to reunite a familj Bai h boj is specially attended to
h\ tin social workers A bo) can live there anywhere from
tiny boys
questions.
the mentality towards
AIDS in the United States.
We spoke to him about our
isal
in their pants with laughter at my ridicurode to and from soccer on a moped with
They almost peed
lous dancing.
needles.
House
and buy their affection or come with the intention of
making myself feel better.
Working with the social workers gave me an insight into
the reality of the streets of Vietnam. They usually scour the
streets at night looking for the children that they have made
contacts with. They give them medical checkups and make
sure that they are eating enough. They also give them information about dealing with police and prostitution. The
first night I went with them, I saw Saigon in a very different
light. On the same streets I had walked daily, we found the
tired and hungry children half-clothed and sick.
One day at soccer, I taught two of the boys how to polka.
try
about American people, in terms
their being in Vietnam and ol thi
ol
I
He
I
the) treat
Vietnamese people.
said that
interacted with the chil-
I
J
I
no one else who has volunThao Dan. He said the children always talked about me ami
dren
like
teered at
me He also saidthal have disproved
preconceived notion of Americans
did QOl fust give
them money and play for One day. I accepted each boy as
an individual with respect, patience, and caring. 1 did not
tiuK have accepted
his
I
I
Dan and to learn from the counselors. I devoted m>
time to the children and to learning more about their lives
at Thao
and the struggles that the counselors go through to reunite
the children with their families. This was my Vietnam
AJI
P.ctures Courtesy of Lo
Some'
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