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TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 29,1998 VOLUME 74, ISSUE 11
Festival '98 draws 25,300 during first night GPAs,
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Steve Losey
news EDITOR
The north side and the new upper deck of
Dowdy-Ficklen Stadium was filled Sunday
for the first night of Festival '98.
The audience of 25,300 listened intent-
ly to performances by Ricky Skaggs and a
speech from Franklin Graham. The
evening ended when Graham called for
"everyone who is unsure of their place in
heaven" to come onto the field.
Skaggs and his band, Kentucky
Thunder, entertained the crowd with a set
of country-tinged songs that centered i
around Jesus. He ended his set with a solo
acoustic rendition of "Cats in the Cradle
Graham spoke to the crowd of the need
for everybody to admit that they are sinners
and everybody's need to accept Jesus.
The crowd seemed highly receptive
when Graham spoke about the ways he
sinned and came to accept Jesus.
"One of the highlights for me was when
he shared how he shared how he felt said
Heather Mickshutz, one of the student
organizers of Festival '98. "He talked
about how he grew up in the church. He
shared his life story, about his drinking and
partying, and how it was all empty. People
think, 'Oh, that's Billy Graham's son, it's
easy for him but it's not
Graham spoke passionately about his own
sinning and how Jesus saved him.
"Franklin Graham deserves to go to hell
Graham said about himself. "But Jesus shed
his blood for my sins. Muhammad didn't
This is the third in a series of
articles intended to examine
the trend of rising GPAs at ECU.
Admissions department
says trend to continue
Reality Check performed Monday at Festival '98. Several Christian singers such as Ricky Skaggs, Paul Overstreet, and Dennis Agajanian have also come to Greenville.
PM0T0 BY PATRICK IREIAN
shed his blood for the world's sins. Buddha
didn't shed his blood for the world's sins.
Only Jesus did
Graham told the members of the crowd
that no matter how strong their vices may be,
Jesus could help them.
"I know you may say, 'You don't know
the hold that sex has on me or drugs
Graham said. "But you can find Jesus
Thr Franklin Graham Organization
counted 1032 people that flooded the field to
renew their faith at the end of Graham's
speech. It began as a few stray people trick-
led to the field, but with Graham's encour-
agement, many people soon swarmed to the
stage. Graham beamed out over the crowd as
the choir sang.
"I thought, 'This is awesome that people
are willing to come forward and admit they
need more Mickshutz said. "They made a
public acknowledgement that they needed
God in their life. It was very positive and
very moving
Jennifer Mason
staff writer
The toughening of admissions stan-
dards at ECU over the past four
years has had a direct influence on
the rise in grade point averages
(GPAs).
"When you raise admissions stan-
dards, you have better prepared stu-
dents coming in to the university,
and over time the GPAs will rise
said Gerald Clayton, Assistant
Director of Admissions. "There are
no exact admissions requirements.
ECU admits new students based on
a predicted GPA, which is what we
predict the student being consid-
ered for admission will have as an
average GPA at ECU
SEE GPA. PAGE 2
Staff members receive
Chancellor's Award
Devotion to duty, heroism
among traits honored
Steve Losey
news EDITOR
Kight of ECU's staff members were awarded
rhe 1998 Chancellor's Award for Excellence
Thursday.
Chancellor Richard F-akin presented the
awards at a ceremony in Mendenhall.
"Today is a very special day indeed
because we say how special you all are
Kakin said.
The winners were selected from a list of 31
nominees by the P.R.A.I.S.E. Committee
(Promoting Recognition of Achievement to
Improve Service Excellence). Members of
P.R.A.I.S.E. are staff members of ECU. Each
one was nominated by his or her supervisor.
"It has to be a terribly difficult job to pick
from all the nominees the few that are the
recipients of the award Eakin said.
"Everybody who was here today, recipients or
nominees, are absolutely first-rate people
Those recognized for devotion to duty
were Carolyn Miller of University Housing
Services, Thurman Ramsey of Central
Receiving and Stores, Rudy Shepard of
University Mail Services, and Cynthia Smith
of the Political Science Department.
Eakin noted Miller's sensitivity when noti-
fying two students of deaths.
Ramsey was lauded for his acceptance of
additional duties without complaint and dili-
Lambda Chi Alpha,
Kappa Sigma fined for
violating dry rush rules
Chancellor Eakin presents a plaque to Cynthia Smith,
an office assistant in the Political Science Dept.
PHOTO BY STEVE 10SEY
gence in performing them.
When handing Shepard his award, Eakin
reminded the audience of the US Postal
SEE CHANCELLOR PAGE 2
Online elections for homecoming begin
First attempt at voting over
Internet concludes Thursday
Steve Losey
news editor
The voting for King and Queen of the
Homecoming Court began this morning at 8
a.m. with a brand new twist.
This year students can vote from their
dorm rooms at three in the morning, if they so
choose, now that the ballot for the
Homecoming Court is online at
www.homecoming.ecu.edu. Students can
vote for four male and four female candi-
dates.
The voting will end at 4 p.m. Thursday.
Homecoming chair Sarah Henderson
said that last year's turnout was "very low
The online voting will make the elections
far more efficient than in the past.
"Before, we would have to take Scan-
Trons and run them through Henderson
said. "This is much easier because the pro-
gram counts it for us
John Snowden, web development special-
ist, spent four months designing the voting
SEE HOMECOMING PAGE 3
Both fraternities placed
on rush probation
Caroline Jordan
staff writer
An Inter Fraternity Council (IFC)
investigation of two ECU fraternities
ended in fines Tuesday. Lambda Chi
Alpha and Kappa Sigma were found in
violation of "dry rush" rules as set forth
in the IFC constitution.
"Both violations stemmed from
rules specifically set out by the consti-
tution said Micah Retzlaff, IFC pres-
ident. "Both had to do with social func-
tions. No socials are allowed during
rush week. Alcohol was a factor
because we have a dry rush period at
ECU
According to Chris McCain, acting
IFC vice president and head of the
judiciary board, Kappa Sigma Alpha
and Lambda Chi are each being
accused of holding planned social
events and also incurring wet rush vio-
lations.
Tripp Tart, Lambda Chi president,
said that "the social function was a
birthday party for a brother, thrown by
his mom
"His birthday just happened to be
during rush Tart said. "His mom,
girlfriend and little brother were there.
It wasn't a 'parry-party it was really a
birthday party. The technicality was
that two pledges were there, but they
were friends of the brother's from
home
Last Tuesday Lambda Chi was
cleared of all charges except the dry
rush rule infraction.
"They were fined $100 and put on
rush probation for the 1999 calendar
year McCain said. "A letter was sent
to the national house
Kappa Sigma was fined $100 for the
wet rush rule infraction, its first
offense, and a letter will be sent to the
national house. F'or holding a planned
social, they were put on two years rush
probation.
"If they violate any alcohol or social
rues during the next two years, then
the severest penalties will be sought
McCain said.
Representatives from Kappa Sigma
were unavailable for comment.
"All fines during rush week go to
the improvement of rush for the next
semester Retzlaff said. "Fines
incurred during the year go to some
sort of philanthropy, such as Greenville
Crime Stoppers
Each fraternity has one week to
appeal the punishments set forth by
the judiciary board, which is composed
of the other fifteen fraternity presi-
dents with McCain acting as head.
According to McCain, Kappa Sigma is
expected to appeal the social charge.





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The predicted GPA is expected
to go up next year, so even better
students will be attending ECU.
"The predicted GPA has been a
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Service's reputation for delivering
through rain, sleet, or snow,
adding, "and Rudy takes that
creed to heart
Eakin spoke of Smith's "unpar-
alleled dedication and integrity"
and said that "no other member of
ECjLFl staff more exemplifies the
university's mottoTo Serve
Nance Mize of Student
Recreational Services was awarded
tor her public service and especial-
ly her work for the Senior Games.
Mize said a few words to Eakin
as she received her award. Eakin
laughed .ind turned to the micro-
phone.
"I think I want to take that
award back Eakin said. "She just
asked me when I was going to join
the Senior Games
Carolina Moreno of Radiation
Oncology and June Urback of
Occupational Therapy were recog-
nized for their human relations
skills.
"If everybody were to shine
their light as brightly as Carolina
Moreno, this would be the best of
all possible worlds Eakin said.
Moreno was noted for helping
make cancer patients feel as com-
fortable as possible during their
therapy.
Eakin said that I'rback "goes
beyond the duties of secretary
Eakin also said that Urback makes
every effort to help those in
Occupational Therapy with their
day-to-day duties.
Amy Grimes of General
Internal Medicine was recognized
for her courageous efforts to foil a
kidnapping.
Grimes was leaving Pitt
Memorial I lospital when she saw a
man shoving a woman across the
parking lot and into a van. Grimes
drove up to the van and began
blowing her horn. She signaled
another person to dial 911 and the
kidnapper was arrested. Grimes'
testimony was instrumental in the
kidnapper's conviction.
"I wasn't afraid for myself), I
was afraid for her Grimes said. "I
see her all the time now. All she
could say was 'Thank you for sav-
ing my life and she hugged me
repeatedly
The members of P.R.A.I.S.E.
were excited to have the chance to
meet the recipients and nominees.
"They all have qualities that we
wanted to exemplify ourselves
P.R.A.I.S.E. member Martha
VanScott said.
"I guess they (the P.R.A.I.S.E.
members) expected them to come
in with halos said Wayne
Parsons, an employee relations
specialist for the Department of
Human Resources. "They really
are outstanding people. This is
their day
This is the fourth year the
Chancellor's Awards were given
out since their creation in 1995.
school class ranks Clayton said.
"There is another one that is calcu-
lated from SAT scores and high
school GPAs. Applicants must have
a predicted GPA of at least 2.0 to be
accepted to the university. Over
the past four years, this require-
ment has gone up slightly. It was
never that much lower, but it was
enough to make the GPAs go up
when we raised it
While there is no set SAT
requirement, all incoming fresh-
man must meet the minimum GPA
requirement.
"Wc will not accept anyone with
less than a 2.0 high school GPA.
Anyone with a lower GPA than that
stands little chance of being suc-
cessful in college Clayton said.
Over the past eight years, the
average incoming freshmen SAT
scores and GPAs have gone up as a
result of the higher admission stan-
dards. The average high school
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Court. Most of the time was spent
ensuring the security of both the
voting process and the students
who voted.
The ballot uses the Personal
Identification Number (PIN) sys-
tem to track exactly who has voted
and prevent voting fraud.
Students who go to the homecom-
ing website can follow a link that
lets them pick a PIN number to go
with their social security number.
Allowing students to pick their
own PIN number rather than
being assigned one will help them
remember it to vote, according to
Snowden.
"The key here is students pick
their own PIN number Snowden
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active on the student's part
The ballot was programmed to
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twice. If a person attempts to vote
without signing in, the program
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Once a person enters his or her
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"I have to think like the devi-
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Snowden attempted to counter
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the religion of those around us.
The Daily Reflector reported that two local ministers discouraged members of their
congregations from attending the Franklin Graham Festival. One minister insists that there
is no such thing as Christian rock, the other objects to the idea of participating in a referral
system which would send newly converted people to its church for further ministry. This
attitude strikes us as closed-minded. It seems ludicrous to us that any church would reject new
converts for fear that they may not walk, talk and dress exactly like the existing congregation.
Differences do not have to be perceived as problems.
Smaller scale examples of this mentality can also be found. For example, how many of us,
Who do not already know, ask about the tiny print on our calendars which reads "Yom Kippur
How many take time to learn about this Jewish holiday? When Franklin Graham spoke about
Muhammad and Buddha in his address Sunday night, how many of us accepted what he said
without reflection? How many of us know who these men are and why millions adopt their
views?
There will be no better time in many of our lives to learn about world religions than while
we are in college. Many of us may never again live in a community as diverse as our college
campus. The potential to interact with individuals of varying religions, take classes about
different religions and learn about beliefs different from your own is great. Understanding
other religions does not mean you have to convert or even agree. The value of knowledge is
that it gives you a good starting point for real conversation. Conversation, in turn, can lead to
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Cristopher
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Racism just an excuse to hate
In the list of things that disgust
me racism pulls in at number
two, only topped by rape. I
cannot stand the ignorance
involved with racism, it's just
too pathetic. I don i see the
point in hating someone
because his or her skin color is
different. IfI hated people for
the color of their skins I would
lose many friends and
experiences. When I make a
friend I see his or her skin, but
I see a person first.
This past weekend my happiness
and tranquility were disturbed. I
was having a great weekend
hanging out with my friends. I was
even able to sleep because the guy
down the hall, who usually bangs
on the wall at three in the morning
to wake my roommate up for a
cigarette, was out of town.
Everything was fine until I met a
racist.
t I've met racists before; where I
Ike they're in abundance, but for
mfis I was not prepared. Since I
started attending ECU, I have not
really seen any racism. I was
horrified at this display of outright
hatred and stupidity. I wanted to
forget I was a pacifist and beat him
senseless. That would not have
accomplished anything, except to
make me feel better.
Racism is not new to me: as I
said before I grew up around it. My
parents are not racist, so I never
learned to be a racist either. When
you think about it racism is very
childish. Remember back in
second grade when some kid had
cooties, and nobody liked him. It's
the same situation except we're
older and supposed to be wiser.
In the list of things that disgust
me racism pulls in at number two,
only topped by rape. I cannot stand
the ignorance involved with racism,
it's just too pathetic. I don't see the
point in hating someone because
his or her skin color is different. If I
hated people for the color of their
skins I would lose many friends and
experiences. When I make a friend
I see his or her skin, but I see a
person first.
What is the point of racism? I
hear many people say that it is a
product of up-bringing and
environment. I say that is pure crap.
Sure, you are influenced by your
environment and up-bringing but
that is not an excuse. You do learn
to think and act a certain way, but
eventually you make the decision
to keep that mind-set. Everybody
seems to blame his or her parents
and environment for all his or her
problems and habits. Grow up! It's
time to quit whining and start
taking responsibility for your
actions. If you think nothing is
wrong with racism you're an idiot.
I admit that I tend to stereotype
people, but I'm not proud of it.
Many people stereotype, but that
does not make it right. I always try
to correct myself when I start
stereotyping, because it evolves
into racism. It's very easy to make
generalizations about people: that
way you don't have to get to know
those people. In making those
generalizations you miss out on
what can be a great friend.
I believe racism is hate just for
the sake of hating. I cannot find any
other reason behind it. It's very sad
to see this kind of stupidity still
exists. It is almost the year 2000 and
we still haven't figured out how to
get along. How are we supposed to
survive if we cannot look past
something so trivial as skin color.
Unfortunately, I hear some people
say that racism will always exist.
Why? It doesn't have to. I think we
have evolved enough that we don't
need ignorance. Rodney King
said it best, "Can't we all just
get along?"
Wri�& & IMt&r
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OPINION
Ryan
KENNEMUR
Columnist
Pseudo-Harrison Ford offers advice
Dear Harrison Ford- What
is your stance on scented
toilet paper? signed.
Scented in St. Louis.
Dear Scented- It depends on
the actual scent, and also if it
was scented before or
after it was used.
Hey there, ya'll! This week's
column is going to be nothing but
me answering questions about
different topics. I am thinking
about calling it something catchy,
similar to "Dear Abby I was
thinking along the lines of Dear
Ryan but then no one would
want to read it. So instead, I will
call this new opinion feature "Dear
Harrison Ford I lere goes
Dear Harrison Ford- Do you
prefer ice cream or frozen yogurt?
signed, Sleepless in Greenville
Dear Sleepless- I prefer ice
milkand if you must know, I
prefer neopolitan.
Dear Harrison Ford- How do
you feel about President Clinton?
signed, Hillary Rodham Jones.
Dear Hillary- President "who?"
Dear Harrison Ford- What is
your stance on scented toilet
paper? signed, Scented in St.
Louis.
Dear Scented- It depends on
the actual scent, and also if it was
scented before or after it was used.
Dear Harrison Ford- I've been
working on a new invention, and I
was wondering if you could tell me
what you think.
Dear Reader- Go ahead.
Dear Harrison Ford- Aerosol
Mushed Potatoeswhat do you
think? signed. Professor Prink.
Dear Professor-1 think you are a
very sick person, indeed. And I
came up with that years ago, by the
Way
Dear Harrison Ford- Let's say
that you were going on a trip to
meet the Pope.
Dear Reader- Do we have to
actually say it, or is this just a build
up for a question?
Dear Harrison Ford- The build
up thing. My question is this.
What would you think would be a
proper way to greet him? signed.
Tike iVIvson.
Dear'Iike- In your case, I'd say
something along the lines of "What
up, Pope?" This act of friendliness
will show that you admire him, and
he will then hold out his hand so
that you may kiss it.
Dear Harrison Ford- Why
would he do that?
Dear Tike- He's just funny like
that.
Okay, I have time for one more
question, so make it good.
Dear Harrison Ford- Why do
you have to make people think
that you are some big name
I lollywood movie star just so they
will read your column? signed,
I larrison Ford.
Dear Sir- I am truly very sorry. I
am just not cool enough to have
people actually read my column, so
I had to resort to using your name
in hopes of finding an audience
because everyone knows that you
are the most incredible person
alive.
Dear Harrison Ford- OhI see.
Well don't let it happen again, or
I'll kill you with my Wookie.
Dear Sir- Yes sir!
This concludes this week's
opinion column. Tune in next
week for "Dear Matt Damon
OPINION
Columnist
Marvelle
SULLIVAN
Education reform should be focus
An obvious answer to the
growing education crisis is a
system that anticipates
individual failures (drop-
outs) and forces young people
to work to their ability while
in school.
Congress has decided to spend a
good portion of the budget surplus
on social security reform. Although
this sounds massively beneficial to
future generations (i.e. us) and may
be, in fact, a well-intended act by
our lawmakers, the concentration
of our money and the hope for our
future is placed in the wrong area.
In a society that is becoming
increasingly driven by technology,
it is more important than ever for a
focus on education to reemerge.
America's schools are in need of
vast reform. Fen though the
responsibility of public school
education is that of the state, it is
crucial that the federal government
make a bold initiative to encourage
a bettering of our schools. This can
be accomplished in many ways.
F'or instance, it would be quite
feasible for Congress to provide
financial incentives and rewards to
states that adopt recommended
policies that would improve the
systems. The job is not the
government's alone though. The
public needs to push its local, state,
and federal representatives to
promote education as a top priority.
The benefits of reform or the
detriments of inaction in education
will be a determining factor to the
future well-being of our country.
The benefits are obvious �'� an
educated and trained society that is
at least seemingly aware of the
world around it, technological
advancements, and further
prosperity that extends beyond
economic well-being.
The detriments will be an
unflattering picture of our future
nation. One of which will be-
higher crime rates as the poor
attempt to bridge the wealth gap.
Another possibly will be a
redistribution of wealth through a
very punitive tax system for the
wealthy (asset taxes, property
taxes, and higher income taxes).
An obvious answer to the
growing education crisis is a system
that anticipates individual failures
(drop-outs) and forces young
people to work to the best of their
ability while in school. This
concept is an anathema to the
liberal "do-your-own-thing" and
"pass-the buck" mentalities that
prevail in our grammar schools and
high schools today.
Of course the solution isn't
simplistic, nor will it be easily
implemented. Nevertheless,
education should be a primary
focus for the public and its officials
in America. Our mediocrity can
only dominate the world for
so long.
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features
The East Carolinian

The real Kramer speaks out on his "Reality Tour"
ThreeTVprojects
now underway
Nicholas Kai.apos
staff writer
It's the real thing baby and it's
not Pepsi. Kenny Kramer, the char-
acter on whom Seinfeld's Cosmo
Kramer is based, recently visited
ECU with his "Reality Tour"
and later spent some time telling
all to TEC.
Kenny Kramer is an old friend of
Larry David, who co-wrote many of
the episodes for Seinfeld. As a
result of Seinfeld's world wide fame
it seems, Kenny Kramer is also get-
ting a piece of the action with his
"Reality Tour which takes us
inside the world of Seinfeld.
The Reality Tour and Kramer's
successful character on Seinfeld arc
just a few of the many talents
Kramer has under his hat. His initial
fame actually began in the 70's.
"In the early 70's, when I was
doing stand-up, I hoped that I
would have made it big as a come-
dian Kramer said. "I got out when
I invented jewelry and I started
making a ton of money. It was real-
ly a dumb move in retrospect
because then the comedy boom hit
America. There weren't many guys
with two, three hours of material.
The thing that made headlines was
that you could do two one-hour
shows that were different, so you
could headline a club. They don't
turn over the house and then ask
the people to stay for the second
show. Well, most guys are dead
because they gotta go back out and
give the same material to the same
people that they saw an hour ago
Though Kramer's character is
portrayed on TV, this Kramer does-
n't feel like that would have been
the life for him.
"I've had several opportunities
to do television shows Kramer
said. "I've turned them all down
because it's too much work. I'm
having too much fun to go to work
for somebody I have to report to, to
tell me what to do and to work
scheduled hours
Kramer may not feel that his
place is on screen, but he does have
a few projects in the making.
"There arc three different pro-
jects Kramer said. "The first is
The real Kenny Kramer
PHOTO BY NICHOLAS KALAPOS
called 'Kramer's Corner which is a
two-minute introduction to each
episode of Seinfeld. It's like an ad-
on for the reruns. The deal is that
it's a two-minute show with one
minute of content and one minute
of commercials. Then there's
'Kramer's New York a travel and
tourism show. It will offer tips and
things to do in New York City. And
then a television special based on
the Reality Tours presentation that
I give. It would be a stand-alone
show. Thee would also be a CD-
ROM, which include the video con-
tent of my presentation
Even though Kramer's fame has
grown tremendously
recently, he tries not to
let his fame go to
his head and just enjoys
what
he's doing.
"I travel a lot and
I'm famous now
Kramer said. "It's a lot
of fun. I'm having a
good time with it. I
don't quite get why
celebrities
are punching out pho-
tographers though.
You know. � if you
want to take my picture
� I'm going to smile.
I'm having a ball. If
people are interested in
me, I'm flattered by it
In addition to being
a celebrity, Kramer
has also found the
opportunity to visit a
variety of countries and
interesting places
while
on tour.
"Australia, they're really crazy
about Seinfeld there Kramer said.
"I brought the show there and it did
so well. But what happened was, I
had booked this thing in advance
and then when I decided to run for
mayor, it didn't look good because I
announced my candidacy for mayor
Kenny Kramer signs autographs for students following his "Reality Tour" performance at Hendrix.
PHOTO BY NICHOLAS KALAPOS
and then I got on a plane and went
to Australia. I think that was a tac-
tical mistake in my campaign,
announcing and then leaving the
country
Despite all the Seinfeld fuss in
other countries, Kramer still seems
to enjoy Seinfeld's home city,
New York.
"In New York, obviously, it's a
lot of fun Kramer said. "I've got a
bus and I take people in front of the
restaurant and you can just feel the
electricity. Cameras arc clicking
SEE KRAMER. PAGE 8
Jenni K jewelry
causes sensation
Graduate's success,
popularity grows
Phillip Gilfls
staff writer
It only takes one person. Jenni K.
Landis, a '74 ECU graduate, has
created her own jewelry company
from the ground up and it has
already become a success.
With the help of her husband,
Gerald Landis, also an ECU gradu-
ate, the Jenni K company has
grown in Greenville and is already
branching out. By creating unique
and easy-to-wcar jewelry, she has
become a hit in Greenville
and nationwide.
Jenni K. is entering its eleventh
year of business with a boom.
Located in The Arlington Village
Shops on Red Banks Road, the
store has had several additions.
The Gallery, a 2200 square foot
addition to the showroom was
Freshmen 15 avoidable with proper nutrition
Regular exercise, nutri-
tion essential
Jenni K. has become a campus wide trend.
PHOTO BY KIM MCCUMBER
unveiled in 1996. This contains a
selected collection of artwork and a
precious stones collection. Later
that year, the Village Vineyard
was opened, adjacent to the main
store, which hosts ten thousand
bottles of wine from around the
world Jenni K. holds wine tastings
on a regular basis.
"We get all kinds of people com-
ing into the shop one Jenni K.
employee. "From your fivc-ycar-
old little sister to your grandmoth-
er, everyone can find something
SEE SUCCESS. PAGE 8
Erin Alderman
staff writer
Smith and I'ickrel explained that
being physically fit helps ensure
that you lead a healthy lifestyle and
a better quality life. Physical fitness
is made up of several components
that include strength, flexibility,
endurance, cardio fitness and body
composition. To effectively lose
weight you need to incorporate
each of these aspects into your
work-out routine.
To enhance your muscular
strength and endurance you should
work out every other day. To
achieve strength, you should be
doing basic weight training with
higher resistance and a lower
amount of reps, and for endurance
use lighter weights. To achieve
results, you should complete two to
three sets of each.
Flexibility can be achieved
by stretching three to seven
days a week.
Smith and Pickrel recommend
warming up before stretching and
holding each stretch for 10 to 30
seconds for the maximum effect.
Cardiovascular endurance can
be achieved through 20 to 60
minute aerobic activity such as
dancing, running,swimming or
walking three to six times a week.
When exercising you should try to
work at 60 to 80 of your maxi-
mum heart rate (Max HR).
Pickrel said that finding your
Max HR is as easy as a simple equa-
tion. To find your Max HR take
220 - your age x 60 to 80, depend-
ing on your Max HR goal. In order
to start burning calories and lose
weight you should be working at
your Max HR at an intensity you
can maintain for 20 to 30 minutes.
"(To see improvements you
want to work out at the high end of
you Max HR Smith said.
The last component in fitness is
body composition. A male's optimal
range should be between 11 to
21 while females should aim at
15 to 25.
Pickrel is also a personal trainer
and points out that you can make an
appointment for a fitness assess-
ment program that will calculate
this and the other fitness compo-
Students who work out on a regular basis will find themselves with healthier lives.
PHOTO BY KIM MCCUMBER
nents for you. The one hour pro-
gram will identify your current fit-
ness level, help you set realistic fit-
ness goals and provide you with a
personal exercise program. The
cost is only $15 and you can call
328-6387 to set up an account.
Ready to get up off the couch?
Then put that bag of chips down
and contact the Student Rec
Center or someone at Student
Health Services for more informa-
tion on setting fitness goals and
programs available at the Student
Rec Center.
Smith and Pickrel also remind
you that there are physical trainers
available at the Rec Center who can
answer any of your questions and
help you start a fitness program or
revise your current one.
Undergraduate research accepted by International Council of Psychologists
Convention held in
Melbourne, Australia
Nina M. Dry
SENIOR WRITER
It is very rare to hear of graduate
students who send pilot studies to
international conventions and have
them accepted. It's almost unheard
of to have the same accomplished
by undergraduates.
But two ECU students, Mary
Pollok and Rajasi Parikh, defeated
those odds and other adversities
this summer and went on to write
and deliver their research at the
International Council of
Psychologists 56th annual
Convention in Melbourne, Victoria,
Two undergraduate students dreams came true when research was accepted by
a national psychology council and presented in Australia.
PHOTO COURTESY OF POLLOK AND PARIKH
Australia.
"We brain-stormed the idea and
put the information together said
Parikh, an ECU alumni. "It
required a lot of work from Mary
and myself. It was an honor to pre-
sent our abstract at the conven-
tion
Pollok and Parikh began their
research in the fall of 1997 with the
guidance of psychology professor
Dr. Rosina Chia.
"She was already going to the
convention in Australia Pollok
said. "She was our advisor. She
guided us in our research, but all
the information was our own
"I was very happy to help them
with their research Dr. Chia said.
"It's very rare to have undergrad
papers be accepted at an interna-
tional convention
Their pilot study was entitled
"How Recruitment Influences
Male and Female Prospective
Athletes in Their Choice of a
University The research consist-
ed of a 21 -question survey that was
given to male and female athletes at
ECU who participated in the same
sport such as baseball, Softball, cross
country, track and soccer. They also
administered a survey to the coach-
es.
"We wanted to get the coaches'
perspective on the athletes Pollok
said.
From the 80 female and 68 male
athletes the results concluded that
females were more influenced by
their high school coaches, more
interested in scholarship money
and more interested in what the
university had to offer than the
males. The males were more inter-
ested in playing time, in-state
schools and influenced by their par-
ents than the females were.
Females also saw the recruit-
ment process in a more positive
light than the males.
An international project of this
magnitude is not cheap. When
Pollok and Parikh went to different
university organizations, no funding
was available to them. y
Parikh said they went to the
International Affairs Office and
applied for the Thomas Rivers
Endowment fund. Since they were
not taking classes abroad, they did
not meet the criteria.
They also went to SGA, but to
no avail.
"Every time we went, they told
us to come back and present the
proposal to them in the summer
Pollok said. "We kept getting dis-
couraged
They spoke to Dr. Brown, the
advisor of Psi Chi, the psychology
department fraternity, in hopes of
receiving some kind of financial
assistance. The department itself
did not have any money to offer and
since Pollok and Parikh were not
members of Psi Chi at
the time, they were not eligible
for funding.
They even went to the Alumni
Association, but that too was a
dead end.
So both women had to work and
save money to make this trip to
Australia possible.
Pollok and Parikh sent their
pilot study to the International
Council of Psychologists in
Australia in February, 1998.
"We knew that our chances of
getting accepted were slim, but we
were determined Pollok said.
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content of my presentation
Though Seinfeld is now off the
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be just as popular as it ever was.
"Business is booming Kramer
said. "When Jerry quit, there was so
much publicity. With all the
excitement about the last episode
Success
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Jenni K. is also popular
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"Many college-aged people
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Jenni Landis has her B.A. in
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creating since high school. Her first
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Two new stores have even been
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Ks office said. "We are always
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later needs repair work, we're still
going to be here to fix it
Jenni K. has just started offering
repair work. This includes clean-
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other types of repairs.
Even though the Jenni K. com-
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much money on advertising. Most
of their business comes from word-
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well. The prices of the jewelry
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and all the media exposure, I had
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week in advance or two weeks
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The real Kramer has, of course,
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a man he feels is nothing like the r
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"Yes, he's a nice man and well,
he's not the bundle of fun that I
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He's very quiet, .very serious. He
doesn't initiate conversations. He's
nothing like Kramer. He goes
through a whole metamorphosis to
fit that character
In addition to having met
Richards, Kramer is also familiar
with the other characters on
Seinfeld.
"Of all of the cast, Julie, she's
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said. "In real life, like the cadence,
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Jason is the only one- he's so unlike
George. There's a metamorphosis
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All their determination paid off
because their study was accepted.
"We found out about it in April
or May Pollok said.
Pollok and Parikh went to
Melbourne to present their
abstract and also went to Sydney
and Cairnes to take in the culture
of Australia. They left on July 28.
The International Council of
Psychologists 56th Annual
Convention took place from
August 1-5, where over 80 coun-
tries were represented.
"It was very educational and
enlightening to sit and meet with
the psychology professors Parikh
said. "If other students get the
opportunity, it is worth the while
O'Neal inspired us to do the
research Pollok said. "I realized
that in college, you have to
do more than just sit back
and take classes. You've got to
build experience
Even though they didn't
receive any funding from
the University, they still gave
ECU recognition.
"I am a proud alumni, but it was
quite disheartening that ECU was
unable to financially assist us yet
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sports
The East Carolinian
Pirates rank third in G-USA standings
ECU prepares to open
conference play
In attempt to take the ball away from their opponent, Kevin Ward and teammate Eric
Reyes go in for the tackle.
FILE PHOTO
Travis Barki.kv
SENIOR W K II K K
While Saturday's game against
Army will be the conference opener
for ECU, several teams, including
Army, have already begun league
play-
Army defeated Cincinnati 37-20
on Sept. 19, and is tied atop the con-
ference standings with Tulane.
Tulane also defeated Cincinnati's
Bearcats in the only other C-USA
game to be played this year.
After finishing 8-4 and winning
the inaugural Humanitarian Bowl,
Cincinnati finds itself a disappointing
0-4. The Bearcats have been ham-
pered by the loss of ten starters from
last year's team. Five Bearcats were
selected in the 1998 ML draft.
Cincinnati head coach Rick Winter
says there have been sonic positive
signs but the Bearcats have a long
way to go.
"I think that between the 20s, our
offense is moving the ball as well and
consistently as we have in probably
five years Mincer said. "It's a good
mix of run and pass balance. We're
getting production, but number one,
we're not taking advantage in the red
zone and putting the ball in the end-
zone. We're turning it over on offense
and our defense is not keeping us in
the game
Another disappointed team, so far,
has been Southern Miss. The Golden
Eagles were picked to win the con-
ference by the league's head coaches,
but opened the season with losses to
Penn State and Texas A&M. Head
coach Jeff Bower said that his team's
confidence hasn't wavered even after
losing to two teams ranked in the top
20.
"We didn't play real well the first
week. I thought wc improved in a lot
of areas in the Texas A&M game
Bower said. "It's a long season, there's
a long way to go. I think we'll be
okay
While ECU will face Southern
Miss, the Pirates will not play Tulane
until next season. Senior safety
Kelvin Suggs says he would prefer to
play every conference team.
"That's the only way you can real-
ly tell who's the true champion of the
conference Suggs said. "Being that
we don't play them, there's nothing
we can do about it. We just have to
play each team as they come
I lead ECU coach Steve l.ogan
would prefer to play every C-USA
team as well.
"All the teams in Conference USA
arc legitimate football teams Logan
said. There is every reason in the
world to play each other but they've
never asked me. I think that all the
coaches probably would like to play
each other
SEE FOOTBAU. PAGE tl
RESULTS FROM LAsMfl-EJc'
Army 15, Rutgers 27
Indiana 48, Cincinnati 14
Houston 7� TentjigMee 42
Boston CcJIeMrfpB&jbuisville 52
SouthwestetE&jfSjtpern Miss 55
NavMJkfluTofie 42
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GWEBEtlGK STANDINGS
C-U5A All Games
Men win Overton meet
Pirates cross finish line
as winners
Tracy Hairr
senior writer
On Saturday, ECU hosted the
Overton's Cross Country
Invitational at Lake Kristi, soon to
be the site of the 1998 N.C.
Collegiate Cross Country
Championships.
Three colleges, including
Mount Olive and Virginia
Commonwealth, began the action
at 8 a.m. with the 8K men's race,
followed by the women's competi-
tion. Contenders from 19 high
schools also participated in the race.
"We've been running really-
strong lately said Justin England,
a junior who captured the men's
8,000 meter race with a time of
24:57. "I think we're a really tight
team this year
Such observations certainly
seem accurate after considering
that this first-place finish, with 23
points, was the second win of the
team's first three meets. VCU came
in a close second place with 32
points and Mount Olive placed
third with 85.
Favorable weather conditions
did everything but hinder the run-
ners' progress since England was
once again the leading finisher, as
he has been in all meets thus far.
Other Pirates such as sophomore
Stuart Will, who came in second
overall, proved vigorous as well.
Will completed the 8,000 meter
race just three seconds behind
England, marking the second time
for the season that he has achieved
a second-place finish.
"Justin and Stuart ran excep-
tionally well this weekend and beat
some outstanding runners head
coach Leonard Klepack said. "The
whole team has had a lot of support
through motivating each other. It's
not easy for a student-athlete to get
up for a 6 o'clock workout and run
eight miles
When asked about potential
improvement, England offered that
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Pirate Cross Country
at Overton Invitational
1. Justin England
the team has been
growing some each
year.
"We also have the
addition of new fresh-
men who were training
with us just as hard
over the summer
England said.
One of these new
members is Brian Beil,
who was also a top ten
runner with a time of
25:36, just a few sec-
onds ahead of Jason
Trant, another fresh-
man athlete.
"The freshmen
group is excellent this
year Klepack said.
"They're running in
balance with the team,
meaning that everyone's finishing
within a minute of each other
Senior Andrew Worth was also
able to compete after struggling
with a previous hamstring injury, so
the entire team was cohesive in its
attempt to succeed, according to
Coach Klepack.
2. Stuart Will
4. Steve Arnold
6. Brian Beil
10. Jfjjson Trant
11. Andrew Wor
14. David Balon
15. Charles NJckum
17. Derik Burrows
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hosts tournament
Team picks up
three singles titles
Ian K. Swank
STAFF WRITER
Source: Sports Information Department
Next on the Pirate's agenda is a
meet scheduled at Wake Forest.
"They're in the top 40 in the
nation so we'll have some good
competition England said.
"Hopefully we'll still run well and
earn some national recognition
Volleyball drops first home match to JMU
DukeS Claim Victory in three "JMU is a big rival for the girs and
Straiylt SetS we were trying to look at the end result
rather than the intermittent parts
i are neccessary to win
Jason Latour
staff writer
The ECU volleyball team lost their first
home match in straight games to CAA rival
James Madison Friday night. The Pirates
were routed in the first two games by scores
of 1-15 and 5-15 before a spirited 14-16 loss
in the final set.
James Madison grabbed an early lead,
posting five points before the Pirates were
able to put any points on the board at all, and
in the second the Dukes took an 8-1 to claim
victory.
ECU was led statistically by sophomore
Clinta Claro who recorded eight kills, two
service aces and 13 digs. Junior Shannon
Kaess also had 13 digs and five kills, and
freshman Lisa Donovan, who entered the
Kim Walker
Head Volleyball Coach
game ranked second in the CAA in assists-
per-game average, contributed 24 assists
and three kills.
The Dukes were paced by the strong
play of junior Lindsay Collingwood, who
recorded 20 kills and two service aces, and
sophomore Sara Kidd, who posted 11 kills.
"We approached the game with the
wrong mind set head coach Kim Walker
said. "JMU is a big rival for the girls and we
were trying to look at the end result rather
than the intermittent parts which are nec-
SEE VOLLEYBALL PAGE 11
The Lady Pirate tennis
team jump-started the 1998
season with a confidence
boost at the annual Lady
Pirate Invitational.
In an eight-team tourna-
ment which featured Barton,
Campbell, Charleston
Southern, Coastal Carolina,
Elon, Ml Olive, and UNC
Wilmington, ECU finished
on top seizing three singles
titles and one doubles title.
Finishing in a noble effort behind
the Pirates was Coastal Carolina
and Charleston Southern, record?
ing a championship in singles and
doubles, while UNCW took one
singles flight.
Senior veteran Anne Svae con-
"Ourgoal was to get an early
win so our confidence would
rise for our next opponant.
Coach Morris is tough on us
and I believe it will only help
us in the long run
Freshman Andrea Terrill went 1-1 for the day at
the Lady Pirate Invitational.
PHOTO BY PAT IERLAN
Captain Shannon Kaess (right) has consistently stood as a team
leader for the volleyball team this season.
( FILE PHOTO
Meredith Spears
Freshman, Tennis Player
tinued her winning ways from last
season, remaining undefeated in
singles and doubles competition.
In the No. 1 singles flight Svae out-
lasted Sam Thompson of UNCW
6-2, 6-0, and Julie Haronis of
Charleston Southern 6-1, 6-0,
before winning the championship
over Eton's Sara Beinheim 6-4,64.
Svae later teamed up with Pirate
junior Asa Ellbring in the No. 1
doubles flight, trotting past
Campbells' Megan Cannon and
Alexia Erb, 8-1.
Pirate freshman Meredith
Spears and senior Catherine
Morgan followed in a similar direc-
tion with victories of their own.
Spears, in her first competition,
took the No. 3 spot with wins over
Mary Boseman of Barton 6-0, 6-1,
and Sarah Collins of Elon 7-6, 6-4,
(7-2) before recording her first
championship winning 6-3, 7-5
over Jill Lewis of Charleston
Southern.
"Our goal was to get an early-
win so our confidence would rise
for our next opponent Spears
said. "Coach Morris is tough on us
and I believe it will only help us in
the long run
Morgan went on to win her title
in the No. 5 flight, winning all of
her matches in straight sets. Later
in the tournament she was teamed
with Pirate newcomer Andrea
Terrill, finishing as runners up for
the No. 2 doubles title.
Other notables for the Pirates
featured Ellbring finishing second
in the No. 2 singles , Terrill tak-
ing third at the No. 4, and fresh-
man Mary Anne Knox taking
fourth at the No. 6 in her first com-
petition as a Pirate,
ECU will be in action again Oct
2-3 at the UNCW Invitational.
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cessary to win. It's a learning
process every time we step on the
court
The loss comes on the heels of
the Pirates' dramatic comeback
defeat of Campbell in a five-game
thriller.
"We forgot how we beat
Campbell that quickly Walker
said. "Sometimes that's the case
with young teams. They'll
rebound, they are very disjoint-
ed
With the loss, ECU drops to 5-9
overall and 0-1 in the CM. The
team travels to Richmond, Va. for
it's next match against Virginia
Commonwealth on Oct. 2
at 7 p.m
SsSS. ECU runners finish second
Logan says conference games
are important but not any more
important than any other game.
"They're all big, in and out of
conference Logan said. "Every
game seems to be a big deal, and
they are. There's just so few
of them
VCU takes home top
honors from meet
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The Lady Pirate Cross Country
:am finished second this weekend
t the Overton Invitational, held
ere in Greenville.
Becky Testa led ECU for a fifth-
lace finish with a time of 19:20,
�hile freshman Abrial Hayes fol-
iwed her in sixth with a time of
9:24. Finishing third and fourth
mong the Pirates were seniors
.etti Hartling and Erin Cottos
:spectively.
Hartling finished tenth overall
'ith a time of 19:39, while Cottos
illowed closely at 19:55 and was
le twelfth finisher. Robin Bates
nished in the fourteenth spot
'ith a time of 20:05.
The runners from Virginia
iommonwealth took home first-
place honors.
"We knew going
in that VCU had a
strong cross country
team ECU's head
women's cross coun-
try coach Charles
Justice said.
Justice also added
that this was a test for
the Lady Pirjtes due
to the fact that some
of the team has been
bothered by injuries.
Bates, one of team's top runners,
has been suffering from a shin
injury and gave a great effort this
weekend. Hartling is recovering
from a hip muscle injury which has
been bothering her the entire sea-
son.
Justice has great respect for the
Rams and high expectations for
what the team will produce this
season.
"VCU has a very good team this
year. They have a good chance of
winning our conference this sea-
son Justice said.
VCU swept the top three spots
j Top ECU Finishers
� Becky Testa19:20
Abrial Hayes19:24
Kerri Hartling19:39
Erin Cottos19:55
Robin Bates20:05
j Source: ECU Sports Information Department
in this meet. Maria-Elena Calle led
all runners with a time of 17:13 to
win the individual title for the
meet. She was trailed by team-
mates Claire Kelley and Michelle
Radenmacher.
Mount Olive College finished
third behind the Rams (19 points)
and the Pirates (49 points) with a
total of 85 points.
The women's team has an open
date this weekend. Up next for the
team is the Walt Disney World
Invitational in Oilando, Florida on
October 10.
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The Eatt Carolinian
FOR RENT
FOR SALE
HELP WANTED
GREEK PERSONALS GREEK PERSONALS ANNOUNCEMENTS
THREE OR Four bedroom, two bath,
spacious home block from campus
and downtown. Available November
1st. No pets. Great opportunity. 356-
6655 or 356-6416.
WILDWOOD VILLA, washerdryer,
dishwasher, 3 story. Call 752-8900
or 262-332-6783. Very affordable
and spacious.
FULLY FURNISHED fairly inexpen-
sive two bedroom, 2.5 bath two
story apartment on ECU bus line,
open in Nov. Call 758-8249 ASAP.
WANTED: SOMEONE to sublease
an efficiency apartment in Ringgold
Towers ASAP. Fully furnished,
$288mo. For more info, call 931-
9097.
ECU AREA two and three bedroom
houses. All with central heat and
some type of AC. Two with fenced
yards. Pets OK. Yard work included.
830-9502
WANTED: SOMEONE to sublease a
one bedroom apt. in Ringgold Tow-
ers starting 1st October. Fully fur-
nished. Rent $367month. Call 757-
1346.
WILSON ACRES Apartments. Avail-
able in September. 3 bedroom, 1
12 baths, water, sewer, and cable
included. Also includes draperies,
ceiling fans, appliances, and wash-
erdryer connections. Energy effi-
cient, heat pump and thermopane
windows. $700. Call 752-0277.
RINGGOLD TOWERS
Now Taking Leases for
1 bedroom, 2 bedroom &
Efficiency Apartments.
CALL 752-2865
ROOMMATE WANTED
MF ROOMMATE NEEDED to
share 2 bedroom apt. off campus.
Nice apt. $195 month 12 utilities.
Call Steph at 321-7298.
FEMALE ROOMMATE needed to
share 2 bedroom apartment off 1st
Street, $187.50 plus 12 electric,
12 phone, free water, sewer, basic
cable. Smokers OK. WD connec-
tions. 757-9640.
ROOMMATES WANTED to share a
spacious 5 bedroom furnished
house across from Art Building, right
next to downtown on 5th Street.
Fenced in backyard, wd, central
heatair, two full baths, etc. Rent is
$185 a month (no deposit needed)
plus a portion of utilityphonecable.
If interested, please call @ 830-4768.
ROOMMATE NEEDED - available
right now, downtown apartment,
must see to appreciate,
$237.50month. Call 757-0812.
ROOMMATE WANTED to share
two bedroom, two bath townhouse
in Tar River. Mature, upperclassman
or grad student preferred. $282.50 a
month plus 12 electric, 12 phone.
Wanted ASAP. 329-7083.
WANTED: FEMALE roommate to
share 2 bedroom, 1 12 bath.
$175month 12 bills. Call 321-
6764.
FOR SALE
12 STRING acoustic guitar, mint
condition. $200. Peavey 200W half-
stack with head. $500. Godin acous-
ticelectric guitar. $700. Call Bruce
9 756-1035.
AAAAl EARLY Specials! Cancun
�r Jamaica! 7 nights air and hotel
from $399! Includes free food,
drinks, parties! 1998 Better Business
Bureau AwardWinner! springbreak-
travel.com 1-800-678-6386
IMMACULATE 1987 Mazda pickup
with camper top, AC, five speed. CD.
Gold colored, 100-K miles. Very nice
throughout! $3995 OBO. Call Rusty
9 365-3620.
MOVING SALE: Household furni-
ture and appliances, other items,
762-8608.
GOLF CLUBS for sale: King Cobra II
copies, like new, $200 OBO; King
Cobra driver $120 OBO. Call Moore
at 758-9473.
12 SPEAKERS and power amp for
a car stereo system. Sounds great
with lots of bass. Call 758-9640 af-
ter 5. $400 or best offer.
LARGE CAPACITY washer and dry-
er for sale. Slightly used. 3 weeks
old. $600 negotiable. 757-9640.
CAR FOR sale: '94 Ford Taurus.
White with blue interior. V-6. Excel-
lent condition. Loaded with car
phone. $5,200. Call 756-9081.
FOR SALE: Barracuda Mtn. bike
wcar carrier. New tires, great condi-
tion. Asking $100 OBO. Call Brandi
at 764-2572.
AAAA EARLY Specials! Panama
City! Room with kitchen $129! In-
cludes 7 free parties! Daytona $149!
New Hotspot-South Beach129! Co-
coa Beach $149! springbreaktrav-
el.com 1-800-678-6386
AAAAl SPRING Break Travel was
1 of 6 small businesses in the US
recognized by Better Business Bu-
reaus for outstanding ethics in the
marketplace! springbreaktravel.com
1-800-678-6386
BLACK LAB puppies for sale, AKC
registered, championship blood
lines, 6 males left, going fast, $250.
756-2598 nights, 757-1265 days.
AAAAl EARLY Spring Break Spe-
cials! Bahamas Party Cruise! 6 days
$279! Includes most meals! Awe-
some beaches, nightlife! Departs
from Florida! 1998 BBB AwardWin-
ner! springbreaktravel.com 1-800-
678-6386
1985 HONDA Magna 750cc motor-
cycle. Burgundyblack. Runs great!
Good for campus transportation.
Comes with helmets and manual.
20K miles. $1700. Call Bruce, 756-
1035.
LEARN TO
SKYDIVE!
CAROUNJt SHY SPORTS
(9191496-2224
SERVICES
MOTHER OF one will babysit in my
home full time MonFri. , also after
school care for South Greenville
students. For more info, call Stacie,
353-0699.
DJ. FOR HIRE
NYC D.J. READY TO
HYPE UP YOUR PARTY
For all functions & campus
organizations
Call J.Arthur @ 252-412-0971
HELP WANTED
LIVE RECORDS Hottest Independ-
ent Label and Recording Studio and
Record Store coming soon! 4th and
Evans St.
NAIL SERVICES - acrylics $35 set.
fills $20, manicures $10. Licensed
manicurist. Abracadabra Nails, con-
veniently located near campus. Call
757-9640 for an appointment.
PART-TIME Library Page-evenings
and weekends- 10 hours per week.
Shelving books, assisting librarians
as needed. Apply in person only 9
a.m. to 6 p.m. weekdays in the Child-
ren's Library, Sheppard Memorial Li-
brary. 530 Evans Street. Greenville.
No phone calls.
1 SPRING Break company is now
hiring motivated individuals to prom-
ote America's best Spring Break va-
cations. Sell trips, earn cash, go free!
1-800-234-7007 www.endlesssum-
mertours.com
NOW HIRING exotic dancers, sing-
ing telegrams, and adult entertain-
ers. You must be at least 18 yrs
drug free, own transportation and
phone. Up to$ 1,500 weekly. Call
758-2737.
NEED WORK??? Wanted, healthy
upperclassman for outdoor manual
labor for four acre houses and
grounds owned by University faculty.
Can keep you busy for 10 hours a
week-at least. Pay is $6.00hour.
Definitely needed during fall semes-
ter, but may be needed in the spring
as well. Call and leave a message at
754-2225, only if you are serious.
You will be interviewed before hired.
Dapper
Pan's
CRUISE SHIP Employment - Work-
ers earn up to $2,000month
(wtips & benefits). World Travel!
Land-Tour jobs up to $5,000-
$7.000summer. Ask us how! 517-
336-4235 Ext. C53621
ALASKA EMPLOYMENT - Fishing
industry. Excellent student earnings
& benefits potential (up to
$2,850mo. RoomBoard). All
skill levels. Don't pay outrageous
agency fees! Ask us how! 517-336-
4171 ext. A53621
$1250 FUNDRAISER credit card
fundraiser for student organizations.
You've seen other groups doing it,
now it's your turn. One week is all it
takes. No gimmicks, no tricks, no ob-
ligation. Call for information today. 1-
800-932-0528 x 65. www.ocmcon-
cepts.com
ABSOLUTE SPRING Break Take
2" 2 Free Trips on Only 15 Sales
andEarn $$$$. Jamaica, Cancun,
Bahamas, Florida, Padre! lowest Pric-
es! Free Meals, Parties & Drinks.
"Limited Offer 1-800-426-
7710www.sunsplashtours.com
EARN WHILE YOU learn, up
to$1,000.00 wk. Day and night
shifts. Clean, secure working at-
mosphere. Playmates Adult En-
tertainment. 252-747-7686 for In-
terview.
CASHIER NEEDED, 25-30 hours a
week; afternoon hours and wee-
kends. Apply Hills Convenient Store,
Hwy. 43 South, 355-8355.
MODELS FOR photo study. Reputa-
ble amateur photographer seeking
slim young women for photo project.
Send not, photo (if available), and
phone for immediate reply. Paul
Hronjak, 3015-A Wynfall Lane. Wil-
son, NC 27893-9677.
MAKE EASY money! Go on Spring
Break for Free! USA Spring Break off-
ers Cancun, Bahamas, Jamaica, and
Florida packages and is currently ac-
cepting applications for campus
sales representatives. Call 1-888-
SPRINGBREAK.
ANDY'S NOW hiring at all three lo-
cations; Cotanche St 10th Street
Plaza Mall. Apply within, Monday
thru Thursday three to five. No
phone calls please.
PART-TIME CLERICAL. Parttime
data entry clerk needed for AM and
early PM hours. Close to campus.
Contact Kay Tripp at 757-2131.
Il.iiului.ulc Silver
PERSONALS
CASHIER TELLER needed imme-
diately. Work 6-20 hours per week.
Work on Thurs. andor Fri. only.
Must pass criminalcredit check.
Send resume to PO Box 493, Tar-
boro. NC 27886.
MANDY, I just wanted to wish you
good luck with homecoming. Just
remember, no matter what happens,
you'll always be My Queen! Love,
Brent
GREEK PERSONALS
LOSE WEIGHT while you sleep!
100 natural. Minister Mimms lost
30 pounds in 5 weeks. Dr. Hack-
worth lost 38 lbs. in 8 weeks. I lost
6 12 inches in 2 months. Call Cin-
dy at 919-736-7131.
SIGMA SIGMA Sigma would like
to congratulate Amanda Crumpton
and Nina Kragnes for representing
us in the Best Pledge Contest!
EPSILON SIGMA Alpha sisters and
pledges: thanks to those who helped
in "Clean the Street and the yard
sale. Hope to see everyone at the
wine and cheese.
CONGRATULATIONS TO Delta
Zeta for winning the volleyball and
football games last week. Everyone
is doing a great job!
THE PANHELLENIC Council would
like to thank the School of Business
for all their hard work and dedica-
tion.
SISTERS OF The Week: Alpha Del-
ta Pi-Megan Packard, Ashley Danner;
Alpha Phi-Kendra Latham. Jen Bum-
pass; Alpha Omicron Pi-Aimee Whit-
field. Michelle Gottschalk; Alpha Xi
Delta-Tracy Edwards. Kerri Augusti-
no; Chi Omega-Jaime Hand, Patricia
Eppling, Courtney Lewis; Delta Zeta-
Marvelle Sullivan, Jessica Smith; Sig-
ma Sigma Sigma-Sage Hunihan,
Meredith Griffin; Zeta Tau Alpha-Ali-
son Gurganus, Lindsay Bost Pi Del-
ta-Tyler Blackwelder, Lexi Hasapis.
Congrats!
CONGRATULATIONS TO Christina
Yarbrough for being chosen as an
ECU Ambassador. We're so proud of
you! Love, your Delta Zeta sisters
CONGRATULATIONS BECKY and
Laurie on your tennis wins last week!
The sisters of Alpha Phi are proud of
you!
SIGMA NU, we had a blast Thurs-
day . Can't wait to do it again! Love,
the sisters and new members of Al-
pha Omicron Pi!
CONGRATULATIONS ANNIE Cox
oh being elected Jr. Panhellenic Vice
President & Sadie Cox for being
elected Campus Project Chair. We
are so proud of you! Love, the sisters
and new members of Alpha Omicron
Pi!
ARE YOU Thinking about rushing? If
so Alpha Omicron Pi would like to
extend an open invitation for dinner
on Sept. 30th. For more information
please call 757-0769 and ask for Kim
or Tina.
CONGRATULATIONS TO Tiffany
Howard and Brandy Nichol on your
Delta Chi lavaliers from Foster and
Tommy. Love, your Delta Zeta sisters
SIGMA ALPHA Epsilon, we had a
blast at the social Thursday night!
Thanks for the great time! Love, the
sisters and new members of Sigma
Sigma Sigma
CONGRATULATIONS PAM, Leslie,
and Rashanna on your SGA elec-
tions. We're so proud of you! Love,
Chi Omega
CHI OMEGA appreciates all the
support that everyone gave us dur-
ing SGA elections. Thank you! Love,
Chi Omega
ALAYNA WILLHITE and April Hon-
eycut, the sisters of Alpha Phi would
like to thank you for doing such a
good job at Rookie of the Year. You
girls made us proud.
PI KAPPA Alpha. Kappa Alpha and
Alpha Delta Pi, we had a wonderful
time at the Quad Wed. night! Love,
Sigma Sigma Sigma
TO THE brothers of Pi Kappa Phi,
thanks for the 70's Social last Thurs-
day. Everyone looked great! Let's do
it again soon. Love, the sisters and
new members of Delta Zeta
THE SISTERS of Alpha Phi would
like to congratulate our volleyball
and tennis team on their victories
last week. Keep the winning streak
going.
CHI OMEGA would like to congratu-
late its flag football team on their
win against Zeta Tau Alpha. Good
luck tomorrow against Alpha Phi.
Love, Chi Omega
THE SISTERS of Alpha Xi Delta
would like to welcome the new
member class: Anna Bost, Joanna
Henderson, and Allison Williams.
KATHY AND Bergan, you really
knocked them off the stage at New
Member of the Year. You did awe-
some. We love you. The sisters and
new members of Alpha Xi Deltas,
ALPHA DELTA Pi would like to
thank Delta Chi for the Pre-down-
town last Thursday! We had a great
time and hope you did too!
PI KAPPA Alpha. Kappa Alpha, and
Sigma Sigma Sigma, we had fun at
the Quad last Wednesday! hope we
can all get together again soon!
Love, Alpha Delta Pi
CONGRATULATIONS JESSICA
Dowdy on being elected Jr. Class
President. We are proud of you!
Love, the sisters and new members
of Alpha Omicron Pi!
ALPHA XI Delta: Thanks for an in-
formative forum on hazing last week.
We really got a lot of useful in forma-
tion! Love, the sisters and new mem-
bers of Pi Delta
ZETA TAU Alpha - We had a great
time at the social last Thursday. Let's
do it again real soon. Love, the broth-
ers of Phi Kappa Psi
STEPHANIE BOND and Lauren Se-
lim, thank you for representing Chi
Omega so well in Rookie of the Year.
Congratulations Lauren for winning
1st place. We're so proud of you.
Love. Chi Omega
SIGMA SIGMA Sigma would like to
thank everyone who participated in
our 1st Annual Golf Tournament on
Saturday at Ironwood!
KAPPA ALPHA, thanks for letting
us crawl through your halls. We had
a wonderful time. Love, the sisters
and new members of Alpha Xi Delta
CONGRATULATIONS FLAG foot-
ball team. You played really well.
Great job on your win over Sigma
Sigma Sigma. Love, the sisters and
new members of Alpha Xi Delta
PI DELTA new members: you guys
are doing an awesome job! Keep up
the hard work and you will see that
it will all pay off. Love, the sisters
PI KAPPA Alpha would like to thank
Alpha Xi Delta for the great Pref
Night at Sunnyside this weekend.
Hope to do many more things this
semester.
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scholarships. Business. Medical
bills. Never repay. Toll free 1-800-
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ANNOUNCEMENTS
ACADEMIC MOTIVATION Work-
shop: Tuesday 11:00-12:00. The Cen-
ter for Counseling and Student De-
velopment is offering the following
workshop on September 29th. If you
are interested in this workshop, con-
tact the Center at 328-6661.
COME "ROLL" with us II! On Oct.
12, the adventure Program will be
hosting their second Kayak Roll Cli-
nic. Sign up, get wet, and learn the
basics of Kayaking and the "Eskimo
Roll Be sure to register by Oct. 9th.
Member cost is $5. For further info,
call Adventure ProgrammingDept.
of Rec Services. 328-6387.Call 328-
6387 for details.
WIFFLEBALL REGISTRATION
meeting: it's new with intramurals
this year, so obviously no experience
is needed Just make sure that you
attend the registration meeting on
Tues Sept. 29th in MSC room 244
at 5 p.m. Men's, women's, and Cc-
rec teams are welcome.
BIG CHURCH yard sale Saturday.
Oct. 3. 7-11a.m. St. Timothy's Epis-
copal Church, Cherry Oaks and 14th
Street Extension, off of Firetower.
THIRD ANNUAL Marrowthon Walk
Sponsored by Bone Marrow Founda-
tion, Inc. Oct. 17, 10 a.m5 p.m. J.H.
Rose Track & Field, Greenville. Gos-
pel music all day, lots of fellowship,
plenty of food. 1st, 2nd 6 3rd place
prizes. Proceeds will benefit needy
families. Call 756-7297 or 355-7012
B-GLAD Needs you! Bisexuals Gays
Lesbians and Allies for Diversity
meets every Wednesday @ 7:30
p.m. in GCB 3006. This week Sept.
30 we will be working on Homecom-
ing banner. So come meet new
friends and make a difference.
ASK-A-Trainer: Recreational Servic-
es Personal Training Staff will be
available for a Free Question & An-
swer session Tonight at 5:30 in the
SRC classroom. Come separate fact
from fiction, and get some free help-
ful hints on improving your workouts!
EAST CAROUNA Honors Organiza-
tion will hold its first meeting on Oc-
tober 1 at 5:30 p.m. in GC 1003. An-
yone with a 3.3 GPA is invited to at-
tend. Refreshments served.
STRESS MANAGEMENT work-
shop: Wednesday 3:30-4:30. The
Center for Counseling and Student
Development is offering the follow-
ing workshop on September 30th. If
you are interested in this workshop,
contact the Center at 328-6661.
ASSERTIVENESS TRAINING
Workshop: Wednesday 11:00-12:00.
The Center for Counseling and Stud-
ent Development is offering the fol-
lowing workshop on September
30th. If you are interested in this
workshop, contact the Center at
328-6661.
PLEASE JOIN us for the Seventh
Ann. Tech Fair in Mendenhall Multi-
purpose Room on Tues. Oct 13 from
10AM-3PM Will include special pre-
sentations in Mendenhall 244. See
display ad in Oct. 8 for details and
further info.
FRIENDSHIP, FELLOWSHIP &
Leadership ECU Circle K Club invites
you to attend their Monday night
ffeetings at 7 p.m. in the Menden-
frTall Multi Purpose Room
THE SECOND Annual Seminar on
Government Funding and Legisla-
tion. Guest Speakers Dan Gerlach,
Senior Fiscal Policy Analyst for the
NC Budget and Tax Center; and Julie
Rehder, NC Child Advocacy Institute.
Friday, Oct. 2, 9 a.m-12 p.m Mon-
roe AHEC Conference Center at East-
ern AHEC Pamileo Room. Presented
by United Way of Pitt County and
United Way of NC and NC Child Ad-
vocacy. For more info, call Kimber
Roche 758-1604.
COMMUNICATING AND Resolving
Conflict: Thursday 11:00-12:00. The
Center for Counseling and Student
Development is offering the follow-
ing workshop on October 1st. If you
are interested in this workshop, con-
tact the Center at 328-6661.
STUDY SKILLS Workshop: Tuesday
11:00-12:00. The Center for Counsel-
ing and Student Development is of-
fering the following workshop on
September 29th. If you are interest-
ed in this workshop, contact the
Center at 328-6661.
PRESBYTERIAN CAMPUS MINIS-
TRY meets each Tuesday 6-8 p.m. at
First Presbyterian on the corner of
14th & Elm Streets. Join us for din-
ner and a program. For info, or a ride
call Kim @ 752-8758 or 3m@broad-
cast.net.
AB-SOLUTIONS: Register now
through Oct. 6 for a Free workshop
that targets that area of the body
Everyone wants to improve! Class-
format workouts last about 45 min-
utes each. Call the Dept. of Rec.
Services � 328-6387
HEYI GUESS what? we are voting
for homecoming King and Queen
On-Line this year! Go to your nearest
computer lab or the comfort of your
own home and vote for four king
and four queen candidates. Taking
place now through Thursday, Oct. 1,
1998 at 4 p.m.
FOOTBALL PUNT, Pass and Kick:
Yes. it's back The football punt,
pass and kick intramural event will
be held Wednesday, Sept. 30 at the
Blount Fields at 8 p.m. Anyone inter-
ested should be there or for further
info, call 328-6387.
NORTH CAROLINA Zoo Expedi-
tion: Join us Oct. 11 as we explore
one of the East's best habitat zoos.
You'll see an array of animals from
North America as well as Africa.
Sign Up! Spaces are limited. Regis-
tration deadline is Oct. 4th. Member
cost is $15. For further information
call Adventure ProgrammingDept.
of Rec. Services, 328-6387.
THE LADIES of the Theta Alpha
Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Soror-
ity, Inc. invites all to attend the pro-
gram "Calculating Success: Test Tak-
ing and Note Taking Strategies" on
Wed. Sept. 30 in MSC Great Room
3 at 8 p.m. Dr. Nancy Badger will be
facilitating this helpful event.
ALCOHOL Substance Intervention
Program (A-SIP): Thursday 3:30-5
PM. The Center for Counseling and
Student Development is offering the
following workshop on October 1st.
This workshop will assist you in ex-
ploring more about substance use
whether for personal choices or gen-
eral interest. An open, non-judgmen-
tal approach is utilized to encourage
healthy decision-making in regard to
substance abuse.
SIGMA PI, we had a good time with
the stars on Thursday night. Thank
you! Love, the sisters of Alpha Phi
CHOOSING A Major or a Career
Workshop: Thursday 3:30-6PM. The
Center for Counseling and Student
Development is offering the follow-
ing workshop on October 1st. If you
are interested in this workshop, con-
tact the Center at 328-6661.
ADVERTISE IN THE
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Wednesday, September 30,1998
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Christopher Salerno
Staff Writer
Mr. X walks into a tattoo parlor.
"Uh, yeah, how much is the tattoo of the green dragon spitting fire?"
"Really? Well, what about that sun with the animated sperm penetrating its sur-
face?"
"Wfow! That much? O.K. How about the Tasmanian Devil slamming a
Budweiser?
"Great! Sold
Mr. Y walks into a tattoo parlor with a sketch pad under his arm. It contains an
intricate drawing that he's been working on for five months. He's been saving
money for three months. He's already sold. He lays back in the dentist's chair and
absorbs the soothing music.
Before people were painting chapel ceilings or even bison on the side of a cave,
they were decorating their bodies. Body art was and is a valuable part of many
cultures, often times defining a person's social status, whether it be a holy man in a
tribe, our downstairs neighbor or ourselves.
So, who are the people today who are personalizing their bodies? Who among
us see their skin as space to fill? A professor asks this question of his students:
"How can you live your life like a work of art?"
Most of the students never thought about tattoos as an answer. Why? Maybe for
the same reason that the guy in the front row has already answered the question.
He has seven tattoos and loves telling us about his next one. His eyes get really big
See Tattooed, continued on page 7
Tattoo
Generation
Gen X is illustrated and proud of it!
Twin Turbo:
The little
band with
tons of
(s)punkl
Band Raw
Hush Hour puts
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Movie Review
Sunny Day Real
Estate is back
and better
than ever
CD Review
Things to Do in
Denver When
You're Dead
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How it Feels to be
Something On
Sunny Day Real Estate
8 out of 10
Sunny Day Real Estate dates back to
those early alternative days when
only supergiants of the genre like
Smashing Pumpkins and Sonic
Youth roamed the Earth.
Although the band never achieved
mainstream status, Sunny Day's
emo-core style gradually gained
underground popularity during the
early'90s.
Their first album, Diary, was
released in'93, and by the time they
released Lp2, their second full-length
album, they had already split up. One
of the songs from that album ("8")
made it onto the Batman Forever
soundtrack, but the band never got
up enough momentum to become
mainstream in any sense of the
word.
Diary defined Sunny Day's sound as
drum-heavy, dense and epic, never
sacrificing the hard, soul-wrenching
complexities of melody for vocal
clarity. Abrupt beginnings and end-
ings, as well as frequently indeci-
pherable lyrics, gave the songs the
fleeting beauty of phrases sung in
exotic foreign languages.
How it Feels to be Something On, the
new release from the newly reunited
band, features the same hooky cho-
ruses and grainy guitars that gained
Sunny Day its audience in the first
place.
As in previous albums, meaning is
expressed by the vocal inflections of
singer Jeremy Enigk. Everyday
words are drawn out and hammered
into shining talismans of signifi-
cance against the hardness of
William Goldsmith's cymbals and
new mwmbcr Jeff Palmer's bass
riffs.
All the songs have this quality in
some form or another, although
"Guitar and Video Games" and
"Roses in Water" could have come
straight from earlier albums.
Sunny Day maintains the old style
admirably without seeming repeti-
tive, but How it F-eels can sometimes
be compared to The Smashing
Pumpkins' Gish with an '80s Cure
and U2 flavor. That dreamy, sum-
mery sound quality comes out in
"100 Million" and "The Prophet
The Beatles also emerge as an influ-
ence in "Two Promises I even
caught myself associating bands like
Queen and Blue Oyster Cult with
HowitFeeb.
I know you've probably never heard
of this band before, but take my
advice and check out the CD. If you
can dig it, Sunny Day is also coming
to Cat's Cradle in Carrboro on Nov. 8.
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-Homecoming Voting
-Sundance Cinema: The Last Days of
Disco in Hendrix Theater
-The Gladhands, The Luckies at
Local 506 in Chapel Hill
-Disco Biscuits at Cat's Cradle in
Carrboro
-The Promise Breakers at The Cave
in Chapel Hill
-Matchbox 20at the Walnut Creek
Amphitheatre in Raleigh
Thursday
Octl
-Pianist Jon Nakamatsu, winner of
the Van Cliburn International
Competition Gold Medal and two-
time champion of the U.S. National
Chopin Competition, will perform
Thursday night in Wright
firrelmie
Auditorium at 8 p.m The celebrated
pianist has toured eastern Europe
and performed at teh Lincoln Center
and the Kennedy Center. Works by
Beethoven, Chopin, Bolcom,
Stravinsky and Liszt will be featured
in the program. Tickets in advance
are15 for general public,12 for
faculty and staff, and $7 for stu-
dents. All tickets purchased at the
door are $15.
-Titanic in Hendrix Theater
-Faculty recital featuring Elliot
Frank, guitar at 8 p.m. in Willis
Building Auditorium
-Tim Easton at The Cave in Chapel
Hill
-WXYC 80's Dance at Cat's Cradle in
Carrboro
-The Lonesome Trailer, Vitamin J at
Local 506 in Chapel Hill
-Aerosmith, Monster Magnet at the
Walnut Creek Pavilion in Raleigh
Friday
Oct2
- Yesterday- A Tribute to the Beatles
will bring back Beatlemania for one
night only at 8 p.m. in Wright
Auditorium. Yesterday members
Don Bellczzo, Davey Justice, Monte
Mann and Dick Cunico dress, act
and play the parts of the Beatles
while performing some of the most
popular Beatles songs ever. Dressed
at the clean-cut boys fresh off the
boat from Britain, the band will
cover early Beatles hits. Advance
tickets are $15 for general public,
$11 for faculty and staff and $6 for
students. Tickets at the door are
$15.
- Titanic (Aqua Theater), 6 p.m. at
the SRC pool
-Truckadelic, Girl Trouble at Local
506 in Chapel Hill
See Free Time, continued on page 7
Its Your Place
To See The Beatles (sort of)
OCTOBER 2 AT 8 P.M. AT WRIGHT AUDITORIUM
They've got the look and sound that so closely
mimic the originals, you won't believe these aren't
the four lads from Liverpool. Student tickets are $7
in advance at the Central Ticket Office, $15 at the
door.
lb Go for the Gold
OCTOBER 1 AT 8 P.M. AT WRIGHT AUDITORIUM
Van Cliburn International Piano Competition Gold
Medalist Jon Nakamatsu comes to showcase his
1998 Carnegie Hall performance. Student tickets are
$7 in advance at the Central Ticket Office. S15 at
the door. Presented by the S. Rudolph Alexander
Performing Arts Series.
To Chew on This, Boss
TODAY AT NOON IN MENDENHALL
UNDERGROUND
"Date Rape Prevention" presented by Keith Knox,
ECU Police. Grab a bag lunch from the Spot and join
us downstairs for this informative lunch break pro-
gram. Gourmet desserts and beverages will be
served. FREE admission.
Styi
Party, Amphitheatre
OCTOBER 3 AT 8 P.M. AT FLETCHER HALL
AMPHITHEATER
Hear some cool tunes from up-and-coming bands for
FREE at The Pirate Underground.
To Travel Bach In Time
OCTOBER 7 AT 8 P.M. AT HENDRIX THEATRE
Catch this exciting, multimedia trip through the '80s
with Barry Drake, one of rock music's foremost his-
torians. Advance tickets ere FREE at the Central
Ticket Office with your ECU One Card.
ToSinhorSwim
OCTOBER 2 AT 9 P.M. AT STUDENT
RECREATION CENTER
Free Food, Free Games, Free Movie. Check out the
ultimate pool party when Aqua theatre presents
Titanic. Come early; seating will be limited.
Students enter FREE with a ECU One Card. Parents
pick up FREE passes at the Parents Day Weekend
registration table.
To Roll A Few
Knock some pins down at Outer Limitz bowling alley
in the basement of Mendenhall Student Center.
Here's what's going on this week:
GLOW-BALL THEME NIGHTS-Come to Outer Limftz
bowling center at Mendenhall Student Center every
Friday from 7-11 p.m. for exciting theme nights for
just $2 per game. Shoe rental is free. Bring a CD, or
dress the part.
ALL-U-CAN BOWL-Unlimited bowling every 2nd and
4th Saturday of each month from 8-11 p.m. at the
bowling center for just $6.25 (includes shoe rental).
Come hungry for free pizza and drinks from 8-9 p.m.





MovieReview
Chan kicks mo bootie in Rush Hour
Ryan Kcnnemur
Movie Reviewer
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Isn't it strange how so many crit-
ics can pan a movie, only to sec-
it make $.V million in its tlrst
three days? Let me say thisthe
critics can he wrong.
The movie Rush Hour is not only
not terrible, it's also pretty darn enter-
taining. When I walked into the the-
ater, there wasn't much anticipation on
my face. This was probably due to
Chris Tucker's last movie Money Talh,
The story is about a Chinese con-
sul's daughter who's kidnapped and
taken to America, spawning a full-
fledged FBI investigation. The consul,
in turn, wishes to fly in one of his best
detectives, Agent Lee (Jackie Chan) to
aid in the search, but the FBI doesn't
want to admit that they need any sort
of help. They then recruit the help of
LAPD Detective James Carter (Chris
Tucker) to do nothing more than just
keep Agent Lee out of the way.
Carter meets Lee at the airport,
and it's about this time when the film
goes into "Jackie Chan with a baby sit-
ter" mode. Through a barrage of
stunts and jumps, Lee is able to evade
Carter again and again. Pretty soon,
however, the two decide to take mat-
ters into their own hands as they team
up to try to find the missing girl.
This movie has got one major
thing going for it. It is a great revival of
the eighties-style
"buddy" movies. One
can't help but compare
Chris Tucker's perfor-
mance to Eddie
Murphey's in the 48
Hours and Beverly Hilh
Cop movies. The only
other movie that has
come close to this was
the movie Nothing to Lose star-
ring Tim Robbins and Martin
Lawrence.
Speaking of Chris Tucker, I admit
that I am not his biggest fan. I did
think he did a good job in The Fifth
Element, but sometimes his high-
pitched squeal voice starts to grate on
me. In Rush Hour, however, it was just
the ovcr-the-top delivery that the
"Once
1 figure out a way to get my leg to stay down
you're toast
movie needed. He comes across as a
policeman who may have somewhat
unorthodox techniques of upholding
the law, but he has much more heart
than he lets on.
Jackie Chan, in comparison, is
nothing but heart. It is easy to admire
a man that puts so much of himself in
his work, what with doing his own
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3 light scenes using a number of
f props. The scene that sticks out
si most in my mind is one that involves
J Chan fighting two men at once and
�s at the same time trying to keep a
giant Chinese vase from falling over.
S This is a typical case of Chan push-
ing himself to the limit.
Chan also abandoned his usual
dubbed voice-over speech and opts to
speak English on his own. His English
is still not very fluent, but you do have
to give him credit for trying.
More than likely, by the end of the
movie you will walk out feeling pretty
good about things. Rush Hour will
probably not win any awards, but it is
certainly worth going to see with the
buddies on a lazy Saturday afternoon.
Free Time, continued from page 2
-Memphis at The Cave in Chapel
Hill
-Bob Mould at Cat's Cradle in
Carrboro
-Jethro Tull, Gov't. Mule at the
Walnut Creek Amphitheatre in
RaJeigh
Saturday
Oct. 3
-Titanic in Hendrix Theater
-The Hangdogs, johnny Smoke at
Local 506 in Chapel Hill
-Jupiter Coyote at Cat's Cradle in
Carrboro
-Starpoint at The Cave in Chapel
Hill
Sunday
Oct. 4
-Titanic in Hendrix Theater
-The Dripping Lips, Three 4 Tens at
Local 506 in Chapel Hill
-Gillian Welch, David Rawlings at
Cat's Cradle in Carrboro
Monday
Oct. 5
-Homecoming Court Reception in
the MSC Great Room
-Applcseed Cast, Brandston, Crass
My Heart at Local 506 in Chapel
Hill
-Galactic at Cat's Cradle in Carrboro
Tuesday
Oct. 6
-Faculty recital featuring Sharon
Mundcn, mezzo-soprano at 8 p.m.
in Hendrix Theater
-Ken Vandermark Five, Jeb Bishop
at Cat's Cradle in Carrboro
-The Chrome Addicts at Local 506





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"Television"
8. Squirrel Nut
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horoscopes
ARIES:
(March 21-April 20)
A trip seems to be just what you
need to relax and refocus on all other
aspects of the daily grind. You may
even fantasize about relocating to
some far away place and you might
even go. Being in a learning phase,
use what you observe to make daily
changes.
TAURUS:
(April 21-May 21)
Joint funds are highlighted this
week, and it will take some work to
reach a compromise with a mate or
business partner. Your gut feeling is
strongly telling you that you are
right, and you very well may be. Your
sensitive nature will attract others to
you.
GEMINI:
(May 22-June 21)
Usually you are somewhat content
on your own and independent, but
there is a pervading feeling that you
are missing out on something spe-
cial by not being connected to some-
one dose to you. You can accomplish
more than usual when working in
tandem with someone else.
CANCER:
(June 22 -July 23)
The workplace is very active for you
right now and hard work will result
in a number of accomplishments.
There is nothing wrong with push-
ing to accomplish as much as possi-
ble, but don't become overst ressed,
it's not healthy. A new pet could
come into your life.
LEO:
(July 24-August 23)
You arc in the mood for love most of
the time lately, and those amorous
feelings may get you into trouble.
People around you pick up on your
feelings and find you attractive and
interesting. You find children a lot of
fun right now and may go out of
your way to include a child in your
life right now.
VIRGO:
(August 24 - September 23)
Personal matters may keep you at
home more than usual this week.
Spending more time with your fami-
ly will be beneficial to all involved.
Your attitude is very relaxed and you
feel less pressured by the outside
world. If things are less than perfect,
figure out how to make the changa.
LIBRA:
(September 24-October 23)
Siblings, if you have any, play an
important role for you this week -
you are more likely to get together
with them and have some great
times. You are just busier in general,
and that's great for your attitude.
Stay in your peak form, keep yourself
healthy.
SCORPIO:
(October 24 - November 22)
Cash flow may be of some concern
right now, possibly because you have
spent to freely in the last several
months. You have a natural savvy for
financial matters, so you will no
doubt come out of this situation on
top. You might consider investing
more of your money so it works for
you.
SAGITTARIUS:
(November 23 - December 21)
You fed very energized now because
this is your time of the year. It's time
to take more chances and do more of
the things that seem important to
you. Plans that have been in the
making are finally being realized
and it gives you a positive sense of
power.
CAPRICORN:
(December 22 - January 20)
This is a quieter time of the year
than usual for you. A lot of things are
on your mind and now you have the
time to consider them more serious-
ly and the impact they have on your
life. It's time to plan for the future
and review events of the past to
learn from them.
AQUARIUS:
(January 21 - February 19)
New goals for the future are forming
in your mind presently. It's time to
take account and make sense of your
life as a whole, and your career.
Determine where you want to put
your energies in the future. Joint
resources may need overhauling or
at least a review.
PISCES:
(February 20 - March 20)
This is a busy period for you at
work, and you feel that your career is
really important and somehow
defines who you are as a person. If
you are presently retired or not
working, gaining employment will
give you peace of mind.
Born This Week:
There will be help or support from
an influential person who has until
now remained in the background of
your life. You have an abundance of
energy, courage and assert iveness to
take on any challenge or work
towards any goal.
Hendrix
goes hi-tec
Nina M. Dry
Staff Writer
Horoscope by Miss Anna
L Hendrix Theater has
(P spiced up its look
and sound with all-
new equipment,
including Dolby Digital Surround
Sound, and movies for ECU students.
"We have used the new sound system
for the last three movies we've
shown said Shaun Johnson, films
committee chairperson with Student
Union.
"The surround sound gives the
movies more effect said sophomore
Kathy Thompson.
The Student Union has also
added a new platter system. Instead
of using two 35 mm cameras for pro-
jection, they have replaced one of
them with a platter made up of three
huge plates.
"There are three spools that can
have four and a half hours on each
Johnson saidThis helps when wc
show multiple movies. Also there are
no inconsistencies or sound fluctua-
tions and ifs less stress on the tech
crew"
Movie schedules have changed
this year. As most ECU students
know, Hendrix shows second-string
blockbuster movies on Thursday
through Saturday at 8 p.m. Now a
Sunday matinee at 3 p.m. has been
added.
"This is good for people who have
weekend plans that don't allow them
to see the movies on Thursday
through Saturdayl'Johnson said.
Also they have started a new
movie date called Sundance Cinema.
Independent, artsy movies are
shown every Wednesday at 8 p.m.
"We wanted to expand the types
of movies we show Joh nson said.
"We want to give students what they
want"
Some movies that they've already
shown have been Phantoms, Fallen
and Ijs Miserable
"I like the new Sundance
Cinema said Julie Wilson, an ECU
junior. "It brings more of a variety to
the movies brought to campus
The additions to Hendrix have
not gone unnoticed! Students have
experienced the new things it has to
offer and is quite impressed.
"The surround sound help bring
Sm Hendrix, continued on page S
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VideoRevkw
Walken keeps his creepy cool in Things to
do in Denver When Youre Dead
V
Ryan Kcnnemur
Staff Writer
4 out of 4 possible
Ryans
How does one begin
to review what he
believes to be one of
the best movies of the
decade?
Things to do in Denver
When You're Dead is
so good, so well -writ-
ten, and just so won-
derfully acted, it's hard
to understand why it
bombed in the the-
aters.
Maybe people just
weren't ready for its
over-the-top themes
and visuals, but come
to think of it, t he movie is nowhere
near as violent as Pulp Fiction.
The story circles around one slick,
smooth-talking ex-gangster named
Jimmy the Saint (Andy Garcia) who
is sucked back into the game to do
the proverbial one last job, compli-
ments of The Man With The Plan,
played with sinister luster by
Christopher Walken.
The Man is Jimmy's old boss, and
he now runs the crime scene in
Denver from his breath-powered
wheel chair. His son has recently
been arrested for attempted child
molestation in the local schoolyard.
He believes that if his son Bernard
could get back with his old girl-
friend, he would settle down and
behave like a normal person.
This is where Jimmy comes into
play. The job is to find the girl's new
boyfriend and make him reconsider
their relationship, and so Jimmy
enlists some of his old crime associ-
ates.
These people, in any other movies,
would look like the scum of the
earth, but in this film they are por-
Hey everybody, duck Walken got ahold of the Tommy gun again, and I don't think he knows
how to use it!
trayed as people, just like you or me.
They just happen to be criminals.
The crew consists of people with
names like Pieces (Christopher
Lloyd as a leper), Franchise
(William'forsythe), and Critical Bill
(Treat Williams in his finest and
most inspired performance as a
man who got his name from the
fact that he is prone to rand om acts
of violence). The group sets up to do
its job and everything goes as
planned � yeah, right! When does
anything ever go according to plan?
In this case, Pieces and Critical Bill,
dressed as policemen, confront the
boyfriend on the highway and end
up killing him and Bernard's ex.
The group then finds itself being
tailed by Mr. Shhh, the most lethal
contract killer alive, played by that
weird guy Steve Buscemi.
The only one whose life is to be
spared is Jimmy, who is instructed
by The Man to pack up and leave
Denver. There's a problem with this
punishment, though.
It seems that Jimmy has fallen in
love with a girl that he met in a bar
named Dagney, played with angelic
innocence by Gabrielle Anwar.
The rest of the movie is basically
about how Jimmy works to save the
lives of his friends, but to no avail.
Everyone he attempts to save either
would rather die with dignity, or just
gets caught trying to hide from his
inevitable fate.
Jimmy is then torn between leaving
Denver and getting the last shot in
on The Man. I'd tell you what hap-
pens next, but I consider it a crime
to give away endings.
By the end, you will probably wish
the movie had been longer.
The stylish 1940s film-noir dialogue
and the marvelous acting from the
entire ensemble is completely
Other notable roles are Faruiza Balk
in the hooker with a heart of gold
role, and especially that of Jack
Warden as the ex-criminal narrator
who is telling the story from the
boom of die local ice cream parlor.
The real treat of this movie is see-
ing Christopher Walken as a para-
plegic crime boss. Now that you
know, go out and rent it!
Things to
Downtown
30 Wednesday
Comedy Zone at The Attic
1 Thursday
Edwin Mccain at The Attic
Boogie Hug at Peasant'
2 Friday
Jupiter Coyote at The Attic
Burgeon at Peasant's
3 Saturday
Far Too Jones at The Attic
Lake Trout at Peasant's
Tribe of Judah, Grassroots Organization, Shadow Walkers at
Backdoor
4 Sunday
Studio 54 at The Attic
Skate Bash at Backdoor
5 Monday
Gibb Droll Band at The Attic
6 Tuesday
Deep Banana Blackout at
Peasant's





Band Review
Twin Turbo sounds good,
needs vocalists
Miccah Smith
Fouiilabiheml Editor
Local pop-punk
t �f band Twin Turbo
packed out Mack Door
skate shop Saturday night, delivering
a free half-hour mix of glammy
-�? power chords and rabid covers of
'80s rock songs to a motley
assortment of Greenville's most
discerning underground music
connoisseurs.
Rowdiness ensued shortly after Twin
Turbo took the floor with such antics
as a shoot-oul scene with plastic guns
and the hurling of Coke cans at eager
audience members.
The crowd was also showered with
tiny plastic cowboys and horses, in
keeping with the night's "Country &
Western" theme.
The mostly instrumental set, which
tended to be energetic and tribally
repetitive,was interspersed with
covers sung by guest vocalists. Girls in
the audience happily sang along to
Belinda Carlisle's "Heaven is a Place
on Earth
As the evening progressed, the band's
songs (and acrobatics) increased in
intensity.
Toward the end of the set, the band
busted out with Poison's "Every Rose
Twin Turbo at a party
Has Its Thorna real crowd-pleaser.
The lack of a regular vocalist didn't
seem to bother Twin Turbo, and the
songs that were sung were barely
decipherable due to problems with
cither the mic or the sound board.
Guitarists Kevin Touma and Eric
Strohl.as well as drummer Luke
Hughett, arc all ECU students.
It was interesting to hear original
instrumental punk. I had expected
the show to last longer than 45
minutes, but once Twin Turbo gets a
vocalist, perhaps the sets will be
longer. The band will need stamina
and a singer to get off the ground
in Greenville, but they're off to a
goixl start.
amencan
ODDITIES
COLLEGE FRESHMAN WALKS
140 MILES TO CAMPUS
MANCHESTER, N.H.(AP) You
know how some old-timers like to
go on and on about how easy we
young'uns have it?
When they're done lambasting us
for our pampered, cushy lifestyle,
the conversation always seems to get
around to how they had to trudge
live miles to school every morning.
Well, they'd better not try and run
that jive by Seamus Griesbach anv
more.
He just walked 14(1 miles to school.
"I don't know where the idea came
fromsaid Seamus, a freshman at
St. Anselm College who arrived on
campus last week after an eight-day,
seven-night hike from his home in
Lisbon Falls, Maine. "Maybe it was
in some deep, dark cranny in the
back of my skull, but I had the time,
and I figured it would be kind of an
adventure
The adventure also included his 14-
year-old brother, Leon, their dog.
Belle and all of the necessary provi-
sions.
"We both had hiking packs Seamus
said, "and sleeping bags and a two-
man tent. We had a couple of
changes of clothes, lots of extra
socks, and I carried about two gal-
lons of trail mix and Leon had two
gallons of dog food
They also packed a lot of charm. It
came in handy.
"We'd walk till about 6:00 at night
he saidthen we'd knock on a door
and ask the people if we could sleep
in their yards. One lady on How Lake
even let us set up our tent on her
badminton court. Two other nights,
we slept on baseball diamonds
Once they reached Deerfield, their
sister Maggie, 17, joined them for
the last leg of their trip. When they
finally straggled up St. Anselm
Drive, his siblings headed back to
Maine with his parents and Seamus
was left to settle into the routine of a
college freshman.
Was the trip worthwhile?
"We took back roads and big roads,
through major cities and cow
townshe saidand when you do
t hat, you get a sense of how d iverse
these places are, but also of how
cohesive they are. Maybe it was a lit-
tle harebrained, but I think it was a
good thing to do
And it's not like Seamus is afraid to
forge his own path. He took a year
off after high school and spent six
months in a monastery in South
Dakota, which is hardly what we
think of when we hear the phrase
"college prep
If his initial journey to St. Anselm
was, um deliberate, he will be
equally deliberate in his choice of a
career. He has yet to declare a major
(geography, perhaps?), but given all
he went through to reach school, I
did get him todeclare one thing.
He's glad he's not a commuting stu-
dent.
EIGHT-FOOT FUGITIVEON THE
LOOSE IN OKAY
OKAY, Okla. (AP) The search for an
eight-foot-long Burmese python has
been abandoned because police do
not have the manpower to continue.
Police Chief jerry Reynolds said.
The snake, missing since Sunday,
escaped from an outdoor pen on the
west side of the eastern Oklahoma
town, Reynolds said. The snake may
be hiding in the wilds around an old
bend of the nearby Verdigris River,
where it can catch small animals, he
said.
Okay residents are being warned to
be on the lookout for the snake.
Reynolds said there is a remote
chance it could attack a small child.
If the snake is not caught by winter,
Reynolds said, it will likely die
because of cold weather.
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Tattooed, continued from page 1
as his hands try to convey the spec-
tacular image in his mind. All the
while he's explaining his next work
of body art, you might be saying,
"I've never thought of getting a tat-
too and 1 don't know why
The truth is, tattooed people
come from all walks of life, from all
races and social groups. There real-
ly are no distinct personalities or
types of people who get tattoos.
Certain people just never consider it
as an option, and some do.
Everyone knows someone who has
got one tattoo and regrets it, but on
the other hand everyone also knows
a collector.
Some people look down on tat-
tooing, some are afraid of the pain
andsomeare simply afraid of their
parents. The truth is, parents
already know about the timeless
tradition of tattoos. Let's face it,
they're
not"roofies
Our parents have probably seen
more skin art than we have. So why
all the hiding that surrounds a fresh
tattoo? Maybe it's the word FOREV-
ER, that hangs like an invisible tag
from a swollen upper arm. Parents
tend to be affected by words like
"forever
"I have a deep respect for music
and it motivated me to get this tat-
too said sophomore Curtis Brown,
whose upper-arm tattoo is a blue-
ink rendering of a rap artist. "My
parents just found out about mine a
couple months ago
Locations of tattoos tend to differ
from men to women. According to
sociologist Clinton SandersThis is
because men and women get tat-
toos for different reasons Men get
them to show others, while women
get them for the sake of decorating
their bodies�and often place them
where they can't normally be seen,
so that they don't prompt com-
ments about "reputation
While the types of people getting
tattoos are difficult to pin down, the
motivations may be a bit easier to
define. Tattoo artist Garry Nobles of
Garry's Skin Gra-fix in Greenville
has been giving tattoos for 18 years
and his artwork has won
various awards.
"Tattooing has been a source of
self expression for thousands of
years. While it doesn't matter the
generation, it symbolizes a rite of
passage. For young people, moving
from home, it is maybe the first
important decision they've made on
their own that will affect the rest of
their lives
Garry's Skin Gra-fix, as well as
other tattoo parlors, have been con-
sistently giving more and more tat-
toos each year. The art of tattooing
is growing. So what are people get-
ting?
"While nothing is really more
popular, there are a lot of tribals and
some environmentals, like dolphins
and suns Nobles saidWe also
enjoy the people from the ECU art
school who like to bring in their
own designs
The more serious skin artists
and body modifiers take their tat-
toos very seriously and some travel
to contests where they can showcase
their often elaborate designs and
scenes.
Unfortunately for some, there
will always be impulse tattooing. On
the issue of tattoos being fads for
some, Garry Nobles had this to say:
"People need to think
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life to the movies said Jenny Inlow,
an ECU senior. "It's more realistic
and enjoyable to go to
On October 2, the Student Union
Films Committee, Recreation
Services and University Housing will
sponsor a Titanic pool party. The
festivities will begin at 6 p.m. with a
BBQ, at which hot dogs, hamburg-
ers and chips will be served.
Students can also play games such
as remote control boat racing, trivia,
buoy toss and "find the blue dia-
mond
"There's a tub of ice water and
you have to find the blue diamond
Johnson explained. "You can win T-
shirts and other prizes
The movie, which will be shown
on an outdoor screen, will then fol-
low at 7:30 p.m.
Even though this is parents'
weekend, you can bring your par-
ents along! The only advice is to get
there early.
"The outdoor pool area can seat
about 250 people Johnson said. "It
would be a good idea to bring blan-
kets or fold-out chairs
The festivities will be moved
indoors and pizza will be served
instead of a BBQ if it rains on
this date.
On October 14, Sundance
Cinema will be showing Love
Walked In at the Mendenhall Brick
yard at 8 p.m. Snacks will be provid-
ed one hour before the movie begins
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The East Carolinian, September 29, 1998
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East Carolina's student-run campus newspaper was first published in 1923 as the East Carolina Teachers College News (1923-1925). It has been re-named as The Teco Echo (1925, 1926-1952), East Carolinian (1952-1969), Fountainhead (1969-1979), and The East Carolinian (1969, 1979-present). It includes local, state, national, and international stories with a focus on campus events.
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