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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 14 November 1990

BSUReligious Activities A Season to Share by Rick Schochler Already the holiday season is upon us. It seems like it arrives earlier every year. One of the things that is so great about the Thanksgiving and Christmas season is that it gives us a chance to take our eyes off our own problems and to lend someone a helping hand. Several opportunities to help and serve others are coming up. For instance World Hunger week is now in progress. During this t week the BSU social awareness team will be handing out love loaves to students faculty and staff. The love loaves are small banks in which you can collect your pennies and nickels (maybe even a quarter or two) and donate them to the world hunger cause. All the money i received from the students will be donated to the Trinity Baptist church in Bakersfield CA Database (Nov. 29 is the deadline for submitting announcements for our final fall issue which will be published Dec. 5. Use this exact address: Brand editor Drawer P.) Sing winners...I...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 14 November 1990

The Search For Faulkner and Proper Grammar by Duane Simolke Dr. George Van Devender professor of English does not just lecture. He encourages the study and research of literature and the use of proper grammar. He even shares tales of searching for an increasingly distant relative William Faulkner. Besides holding various offices in the Southwest Regional Conference on Christianity and Literature and serving as regional representative to the national congress from 1980 through 1982 he has also read papers at many of the conferences. "Some years ago I was consultant to Scott Foresman in their publishing of a new Freshman English Program edition" said Van Devender. "In this past year I did consulting for the new edition of the LittleBrown Handbook. This consisted of writing a critique of the earlier edition and making suggestions for what should be retained." The popular and easy to understand LittleBrown Handbook is the grammar book for undergraduate English classes at HSU. Van Devend...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 12 December 1990

Vol. 78 No. 12 Dec. 12 1990 Student Voice of Hardin-Simmons University Soviets Reflect on Semester at HSU by Leigh Ann Whiddon Soviet students Dilyara Gainullina and Zhanna Saginova have nearly completed their semester as exchange students at HSU. Both have enjoyed their stay here and say that the experience has changed them. Gainullina said "I am a very conservative person it is difficult to change me...I have learned a lot of things about myself here. Being so far from home I have learned what my country and my home mean to me and it is very important to me. I (have seen) my parents and my friends in a different way. It was not very comfortable but it was very useful." Saginova said "I am a very closed person but now I (have become) very open." Gainullina said that one thing she has enjoyed about her semester here is "having new classes meeting new people and having new experiences in education. (It is) a chance to compare your educational system to the system in our country." Gai...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 12 December 1990

n L Registrar's Colum Registration Not Over by Dorothy Kiser I hope you are ready for finals week. Thank you if you are one of nearly 1 000 students who advance registered for the spring semester. The first and second phases of advance registration are over. Now all you have to do is make arrangements with the business office for the paying of your account. If you do this before Dec. 21 you will not need to be here on Registration Day. For those of you who did not advance register Registration Day is Jan. 14 (see page 4 of the class schedule). It is also the day you "check in" or make arrangements with the business office if you have not done so (see page 3 of the class schedule). To all the advisors secretaries and others who helped with the new advising system I want to express my appreciation for your contribution in getting students advance registered. Thanks also to each of you who helped on Nov. 27 and 28 to finish the advance registration procedure. The Computer Center staff ...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 12 December 1990

I Noises On The Page Stereotypes Are Harmful by Duane Simolke Everyone is stereotyped for some reasonif not several. Think of the shallow pre-conceived notions that come to mind whenever these words are mentioned: jock Bible major R.O.T.C. Greek these are just a few examples. Each " of the people in these groups are individuals despite their affiliations but we see them only according to our stereotypes. We also label people because of their nationality color hair length car musical tastes home town and many other things that they either could not or would not want to change. If we gave people more of a chance we would see that it is each person's uniqueness that makes that person interesting and that could bring more diversity into our own lives. I find these words insulting because of the connotations they have acquired from misuse: liberal fundamentalist moderate and conservative. These terms are dragged into any argument that is remotely religious or political to suggest the inf...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 12 December 1990

Cowboy Calendar Today Debate: "The U.S. should use force against Iraq" everyone invited Van Ellis room 208 5:30 p.m. Thursday Assembly: Johnston Elementary School play Sophomore Class Caroling Party Second Mile Logsdon Chapel 7 p.m. Christmas Dance Recital (watch for details) Behrens Chapel 7 p.m. Aware a group helping students become more aware of current issues and of how to take a stand is open to everyone. Moody Center (room T.B.A.) 9 p.m. Friday Abilene Philharmonic Christmas Pops Concert 8:15 p.m. Sunday Concert Choir Christmas Concert W-D 3 p.m. Final Exams Schedule: Dec. 17-20 Regular Class Time Final Exam Time I Day Classes Freshman English Tue. 8-9:50 MWF 8:00 Mon. 8-9:50- I 9:00 Wed. 8-9:50 10:00 Mon. 10-11:50 . 11:00 Wed. 10-11:50 12:00 Mon. 1-2:50 I 1:00 Wed. 1-2:50 2:00 Mon. 3-4:50 . 3:00 Wed. 3-4:50 I 8:00 Thu. 8-9:50 ; 10:30 Tue. 10-11:50 . 11:55 Thu. 10-11:50 1:20 Tue. 1-2:50 I 2:45 Tue. 3-4:50 Other Day Classes Thu. 1-2:50 . Evening Classes 'mw I 6:00 Mon. 6-8 7:20...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 12 December 1990

Database jj Christmas Reata contained several embarrassing mistakes because our program for some reason did not save the corrections. We apologize for the mistakes especially the misspelling of Brian Bluhm's name. Spring Mission '91 is March 15-23 during spring break. There will be revival teams beach outreach work projects and Hispanic ministry. Destinations include Colorado Port f Aransas and Denton. Sign up at the Religious Activities office. Centennial Bricks for the Centennial Plaza can be inscribed with your name and your graduation year for i i $du. aee university Keiauons. Scholarship pecans...Traditionally Student Foundation has sponsored an annual Orange Harvest to raise funds for student scholarships. However it is currently discontinued because of the crop freeze in 1989. Students will pick and package pecans this year to raise the funds. Ten pound bags of papershell pecans are available through Dec. 20 for a minimum donation of $30. All donations are tax deductible. The...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 12 December 1990

Student Letters L A Challenge in the 90's by Micah Boswell We made it through the 80's but not without scars. We have established for ourselves the reputation of being the most self-centered bratty and spoiled generation in quite a long time. The goal of the average American teenager during the 80's was not being a positive influence on the world it was to assimilate into the mainstream then reach for the BMW the three-story suburban home and a GQ or a Vogue spouse. While we searched for these shallow goals we allowed our parent generation to sink us into a trillion dollar deficit an apathetic educational system and a culture that revolves around nothing but a "shop till you drop" attitude. Now that we are in the process of entering mainstream society we have inherited the diseases of our forefathers. If only we had acted in accordance to our conscience and not our greed for status. But it is too late for speculation; it is time for action. We the spoiled generation must shake off o...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 23 January 1991

H M rl S h Vol. 78 No. 13 Jan. 23 1991 Student Voice of Hardin-Simmons University Six White Horses Cowboy Band in parade by Duane Simolke The Cowboy Band and the Six White Horses appeared in Governor Ann Richards' inaugural parade in Austin on Jan. 15. Jennifer Sledge a McMurry student who served as her campaign coordinator for Taylor County recommended them to her. "I had seen the Cowboy Band and thought they were great" said Sledge. "I think Hardin-Simmons coming is good for Abilene." Sledge and Kristi Shelton HSU's queen carried the HSU banner in front of the Six White Horses. Between the horses and the Cowboy Band was Christi Crowe the Cowboy Band twirler. She said she was glad to have taken part in the parade. When asked what it is like to tour with the band Crowe said "I've really enjoyed it. I was a twirler in high school and wanted to continue twirling." Richards missed the flower thrown to her by band member Dick Shotwell but it was passed to her by someone else. Many peopl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 23 January 1991

Non-Traditional Student HSU cafeteria visited by John Carroll After having to eat cafeteria food for 12 years while in public schools I gave no thought to eating in the HSU cafeteria when I started school here. After all I had a car and Taco Bell was just across the street. I have always felt that if Taco Bell were not the best place to eat they were ahead of whoever was in second place. As the fall semester approached an end I made a terrible discovery: you can get your fill of Taco Bell if you eat there enough. Upon making this discovery I decided to eat in the HSU cafeteria and have decided to describe my experience in case there are those who have not experienced the gastronomical delight of eating here on campus. When you first enter the cafeteria most students give their ID cards and the cashier scans a bar code on the back of the cards. They call this procedure "charging points." If you do not have a bar code on the back of your ID they will accept cash. The problem with cash...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 23 January 1991

SUNDAY NIGHT BUFFET IS BACK I PIZZA INN (HW Y 80) (Use these coupons) I ALLYOTJCANTCATrTlNrWOTTRRRT cnft drinV nr (m WlnrW TQQ I I SUN.-FRI. 11:00-2:00 SAT. 12:00-2:00 J Not valid with any other offer. Tax not included. Limit three buffets per ' customer. ALL YOU CAN EAT DINNER BUFFET soft drink or tea included $459 I TUE. 5:30-8:30 SUN. 5:30-8:30 Not valid with any other offer. Tax not included. Limit three buffets per customer. i FREE PIZZA BUY ANY SIZE AND STYLE FIZZA AND KJiCiilVb TtiB NEXT SMALLER I STYLE PIZZA WITH EQUAL NUMBER OF TOPPINGS FREE. I DINE IN CARRY OUT OR DELIVERY Not valid with any other offer. Tax not included. Limit one per customer per visit. ONE MEDIUM PIZZA. UP TO TWO TOPPINGS S6.99. OR GET A SECOND I I MEDIUM AND PAY JUST $3.99 MORE. DINE IN CARRY OUT OR . j DELIVERY Not valid with any other offer. Tax not included. Limit one per customer per visit I I Cowboy Calendar Now in progress: Senior Arts Show Frost Center TODAY: Dr. Arlie Hoover professor of histor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 23 January 1991

Editorials L The year that was not by Carey Alderson Does it not amaze you how little Christmas meant to us (quote unquote) Christians a few weeks ago? I mean look at what did not happen at this time of joy and happiness: no caroling no coming together as a far away family no remembering God's gift to the world no eggnog and even no parties. So what did we do this joyous season? Well we studied took our exams and got out of here as fast as we could without really taking the time to wish our fellow students and friends a "Merry Christmas" and a safe journey home. Of course we said "Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays" but did we take time to make sure that those people our friends were going to have a Merry Christmas? Were some of the people leaving here going home? Were they going to get any Christmas cheer? Were a few worried about friends and family far away in Saudi Arabia fighting for their country's policies or Were a few worried about being sent over there to fight? I seem to t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 23 January 1991

King's birthday observed 'by Richard Ruane "I have been asked to come and speak about a great man Dr. Martin Luther King." With these words Rev. Jerry Jordan of Faith Community Church opened his sermon at the assembly in honor of Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthday. Jordan focused his speech on the example of King in fulfilling dreams for a better world. He noted the famous "I Have A Dream" speech that King delivered in front of Lincoln Memorial and compared King's dream to the dreams of people today especially noting the now realized freedom in Eastern Europe. Alluding to both the Berlin Wall and the walls around the biblical city of Jericho Jordan said "In order for that Database (This column is compiled by the editor from memos and news releases. Send any announcement of interest to HSU students to this exact address: The Brand. Drawer P.) Corral 1990 is now accepting poetry and fiction submissions from HSU students. Print your name on each page and include a cover sheet with your ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 23 January 1991

Student LetterL Campus environment poor (writer's name withheld) I came to HSU last fall with great anticipation eager to learn new things meet new people and strengthen my spiritual walk. The first two I accomplished quite easily but the third became a test of my faith. I was warned before I came here to not expect a great religious movement just because HSU is a religiously-affiliated school. I accepted this and went anyway. But to my surprise HSU was not even a place for spiritual growth in many ways. I found a spirit on this campus that attacked me from the beginning and I have been struggling ever since. I have shared this problem with many friends and have found myself to be just one of several people who feel this spirit and share in the spiritual struggle. When asked what the source of this spirit was countless fingers pointed to the football team; I had to agree. There are very few members of the football team who cannot be described by the words "barbaric" "immature" or "v...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 30 January 1991

Vol. 78 No. 14 Jan. 30 1991 Student Voice of Hardin-Simmons University 1 JS? ElE vk Troy Hinrichs Student Congress president tries his skill at the annual Fall Fest one of many events sponsored by Student Congress. Plioto courtesy of HSU Media Relations. Student Congress continues activities by Kevin Burfield English major Troy Hinrichs president of the HSU Student Congress said this year's group is "one of the best congresses I've seen since I've been here." Hinrichs will hand his position over to someone else in February and is graduating in May. This year's group began their work with freshman orientation in August. Freshman elections followed in September. The Gatlin Brothers Southwest Golf Classic was held in October raising the most money in the past few years. Fall Fest was also in October with its usual attractions as well as an outdoor Friday night supper. In November the University Queen elections were held. Wendy Utley was chairman of Uie committee; Hinrichs commented on ...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 30 January 1991

Richard's Nameless Column m Letter causes reflection by Richard Ruane It is not often that I respond to letters not addressed to me but this is in regard to the student letter "Campus environment poor." I sat down to read the letter and once again started listing out the vandalism grievances and minor crimes which friends had arbitrarily decided the big mean ugly guys on the football team had committed. I mean after all was it not the football team's fault that there was now more noise in the hallways? Was it not football team members who set off the side door alarms at 2 a.m.? Was it not the football team who used up all the hot water every morning before eight? Who wanted a football team anyway? I reflected on the year some of my friends and I had spent badmouthing the return of HSU footbalL I really do not like football anyway. I licked old wounds and felt my sense of righteous indignation refreshed and renewed. Then I read the anonymous letter again. In rereading that letter I h...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 30 January 1991

BSUReligious Activities HSU has no perfect people by Rick Schochler I have always felt somewhat inadequate at writing this column. I very often do not feel that I am the right one for the job. Certainly there are other students on this campus who are more tuned in to God than I am. If there are not well then we are all in a great deal of trouble. However I am consulated by stories in the Bible telling of men (Moses for example) who did not feel adequate enough to serve God yet ' they did it I am certainly not claiming to be Moses' counterpart but it helps to know that even great men struggle with their faith. My point in relating my feelings in this Noises On The P a g e All students can help soldiers by Duane Simolke Please write a letter of encouragement to the soldiers and send it to The Brand Drawer P. We will include it in The Brand Extra which we will send to the soldiers. Please be concise. No letters will be accepted after 5 p.m. Feb. 7. Though we are sending out copies of i...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 30 January 1991

Student Letter s J Responses to "environment" letter Editor's note: After our deadline Thursday we were still getting letters. To the student who left an excellent letter on the door of Student Publications but did not sign it legibly: please give us your name so we can print your letter. by Jennifer K. McCutchen When I came to HSU I had similar expectations to the writer of "Campus environment poor." After all God sent me here. Why else could God want me here but to strengthen my spiritual walk? If that were not his intentions he could have sent me to a state school. Needless to say I was in for a rude awakening. I have been told that when one goes off to school or enters a new part of one's life that Christianity becomes a whole different game. I never really knew this till I came to HSU. When I came here I did expect all kinds of people. My problem was that I expected the Christian aspect to be so moving that I would be able to just "soak Christianity in." I finally learned that ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 6 February 1991

Vol. 78 No. 15 Feb. 6 1991 Student Voice of Hardin-Simmons University HSU basketball players honored by Carey Alderson Shannon Wood 5'10M senior guard from Lovington New Mexico was named the Texas Intercollegiate Athletic Association Player of the Week. Wood scored 78 points in three games. He had 24 point in a 123-95 win over Snl Ross State 27 points in a 82-75 win over ST. Edward's University and scored 27 more points in a 105-79 loss to Lubbock Christian. In conference standings as of Jan. 25 the Pokes (Cowboys) are tied for second with a 3-2 record and ranked fifth overall with a record of 7-9. The HSU men are ranked in every individual and team statistics category: in scoring Shannon Wood is third Brian Edwards and Jim Nelson are eighth and ninth; in total field goal shooting Wood is second and Edwards is eighth; in free-throw shooting Lee Williams is third and Edwards is seventh; in rebounding 6'6" Nelson is first and John Garner also 6'6" is ninth; in three-point field goal s...

Publication Title: Brand Of Hardin-Simmons University, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand of Hardin-Simmons University — 6 February 1991

Registrar's Column Some things to know by Dorothy Riser Did you know... 1) ...that if you repeat a class only the last grade figures into your GPA? (However you must tell your advisor at the time of registration that a course is being repeated OR let the Registrar's Office know before grades come out.) 2) ...that you must fill out a diploma card available in the Registrar's Office the semester before you plan to graduate? Also if you change your plans to graduate you must notify the Assistant Registrar DeLys Mitchell. 3) ...that you may not transfer work from a junior college after you have 66 hours and only 66 hours may be transferred from a junior college toward a degree? 4) ...that if you plan to take courses from another institution this summer you must get prior approval? Application forms for non-residence work are available at the Registrar's Office. 5) ...that if you have sixty hours you need to file a degree plan? Make an appointment with your advisor to get this done. 6) ....

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