1988-02-19; Central Michigan Life
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v> Central v FRIDAY February 19. 1988 Presidential selection might be near Board may ask one candidate to visit campus by ROGER MORGENSTERN UFE Ed.tor The Board of Trustees may announce CMITs next president at its regular meeting March 4. and has scheduled a special meeting Monday to consider inviting one candidate to campus. Trustee Rachael Moreno said Thursday a presidential selection is possible when the Board meets March 4 "Yes, that is a possibility. There are a lot of possibilities and that is one." said Moreno, chairwoman ofthe Board Search Committee. The trustees have scheduled a meeting Monday in Flint at the Irwin L. Davis Educational Cen ter to hear a report on the search from Moreno and are slated to vote whether to invite one candidate to campus. No other items have been placed on the agenda. Although Moreno and Board Secretary' Russ Herron said final details still are being worked out for the candidate's visit, at least one campus group has planned a meeting March 2 to meet a presidential hopeful. Ann AuxTinee, Student Government Association president. said Thursday a group of students organized by James Hill, vice president for Student Affairs, is scheduled to meet w ith the candidate March "2. It is not known how many days the candidate will be on campus. AuxTinee. St. Joseph senior, is a member of the student group. The group met Thursday to discuss questions to ask the candidate. Hill said he was asked by the Board to organize the student group. University officials will not release the name ofthe candidate until the Board decides on the invitation. The candidate, Moreno confirmed, is one of the six white, male candidates the Board received Jan. 29 from the 16-member Presidential Screening Committee. The committee, composed of representatives of various campus constituencies. Please See SEARCH Page 9 MORENO: To issue report Group proposes condom survey RHA members hope to determine students' opinions about machines Cruisin' canine CM trtTlm Fiugvratd Car thieves and do?, catchers probably left town the day Beverly DeLong her pickup truck while she took care ol business Thursday at the Isabella relied down the street with Winston Appolo. her 9-year-old Brindle. riding County Courthouse. And if the message on her license plate is true, the shotgun. DeLong. f/ount Pleasant resident. left her 150-pound canine in folks at the desk probably didn't give her any trouble. by BRYAN G. LAVIOLETTE lll-E SM't Wt.U-r Residence Mall Assembly is taking an "informal survey" to determine residence hall students' preferences attout condom vending machines The survey will nut Ih- formal and only will question students living in residence halls. RHA Chairman Danny Dcvito said Thursday. RHA representatives were asked to go hack to their hall councils this week. Dcvito, Kenton junior, said. They would ask council floor representatives question residentson theirfloors. to get an idea of their feelings attnut the machines Devito said he expects RHA representatives" reports to In- made at HIIA's meeting Monday, he added. Student Government Association completed a campus-wide survey concerning condom vending machines in January SGA and RHA had an agreement to work together, Devito said. "Their survey was for all the students on campus." Devito said "We're just concerned with the residence halls." Hut SGA Vice President Frank Ti/edes said the two groups never discussed an informal stirvrv. though he has no problems with RHA doing a survey. "They're doing something to get feedback." Ti/edes. South- gate senior, said Tizedes added he would not have supported the SGA survey In-ing broken down into residence halls and non-residence halls. Ti/edes added RHA is not using the l>est method for the survey "I don't know how accurate it is." Ti/edes said "Any kind of survey you d-> format's always liettcr than informal." Kd Brown, director of University Health Services, said the more information .ilxiut the way- student-: think, the better. "We should have as much input as posj-ible." said Brown, chairman of the Education.il Core Council on AIDS "As long as our student Ixidy is actively discussing AIDS, then I'm for it." The SGA survey was done by random telephone calls to 312 people Seventy percent of those surveyed supported condom vending machines on campus. Thi- Policy Subcommittee of the council will review SGA's recommendation today Pending approval, it will forward the recommendation to the full council Sibling stampede Weekend to unite hundreds of brothers and sisters ACLU drops suit against injunction by MARK LaROSA L!Ff CVw I :■ ■ Better take eo\er the little siblings an- coming to town this weekend. Sharon George. a»»istant director of the OlVue ot Student Life, said they should in- coming by the hundred- !m the l!»*> Little Brother Little Si-ter Weekend. She said the weekend has been a great success .it CMC for at least l.r> years Ami due to tin- high quality ot' thi^ Weekend's events, this year -hould be no exception "I think we have more major events this year." George said This is a very popular event. probably the most popular event of the year." Highlighting the weekend will be Detroit band Caruso, and magician and illusionist HIGA. The weekend. George said, is sporwued by Program Board, with help from Student Foundation, the Greek- and the Bovee Cniver-ity Center Program Board planned most ol tin- event-. George said.' The Greek- are -upply mg workers for scheduled activities anil the l.'C i- providing room- and workers Campus Servile- Director l.ynette Hilger -aid Student Foundation i- putting on a I-is Vegas casino night Saturday. Hiiger. New Yoik ninioi. s.od lor SI, visitors and students will Ik- able to gamble with $I.(MHI worth of paper money After gambling, they can buy prizes with their winnings Money for the weekend conies from the Program Bo.ird budget. The purpo-e ofthe weekend Is to give younger kid- a glimpse of what college and residence hall life i- like "It is basically to excise the family to college life - - to see what it's like to live in the dorms with big bro or sis." George said. "The only thing they don't get to experience is homework." The lineup for Friday includes: ■ 3 p.m.. Island Park ice skating (bring your own skate;;i No admission. ■ .! pm to midnight, ttowlnig. billiards, and video gann-s in the I'C lower level games room Bowling is SI per game and 'At cents for shoes. ■ (> p m to 10 p.m.. open recreation and swimming in Rose Arena No admission ■ S p m . magic and illusion by HIGA in the UC Reservation Admission is i'i. Saturday's lineup includes: ■ lo am. to 5 pm, l.'C l>ook- store will be open to purchase souvenirs ■ 'J am. to 11 am., breakfast special.' French toast, sniokey links, orange juice or milk in the Please See KIDS Page 9 Although the American Civil I.itterties I'nion dropped its suit against the Fnd ofthe World party injunction, the battle may not be over yet. Isabella County Prosecutor .Joseph Barberi announced Wednesday the suit, brought by AC 1.1' lawyers at the request of three CMC students last January, had l>een dropped liecause ~< ACLU I attorneys made the decision they cannot succeed on the appeal." However. AC1.C attorney Charles Koop of tin- Traverse City firm Thompson. Zirnhelt. Bow run and Rosi said Thursday, he hopes the appeals court ruling in a similar case in Ka.-t Lansing will Ik- favorable and broad enough to re-open the suit against the Mount Plea-ant injunction "We might lx- able to modify it or possibly have the injunction set aside, depending on the court's ruling." Koop said "The way in which the i F.nd ofthe World I injunction was ol it.lined violated t he const i tut ional rights to freedom of travel and freedom of assembly." Koop said "iWe U-hevei there are sufficient criminal statutes that could control it. but without a conscious effort to use those law-, the problem hasln-en aggravated " The Knd oft be World Party was a large congregation of people on Main and surrounding streets afler -pi nig final exams'which resulted in many arrests and damaged property P .. .. 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About 600 colleges and universities participated. The candidates answered questions raised at the debate Please See DEBATE Page 9 X'A a - \ i \\\ 4< . I •J.! Inside LIFE Wanted Freshman becomes o-.er- n £ht se»ch;ect because cMher Off the air Comeback attempt /n ~ Musical theatrical return is IW%*m*m*>. Q /Page 3 successful /page o Together again CVU plans radio. TV r.e*s /D««a ft CMU. Notre Dame wrestling /B -ft directcrsccnferencem WocreHall /rQgOO teams square off for second time /POQe 10 WEATHER BRIEFLY Vastly cloudy with rain mned with sno/w tod3/. highs in the mid 30s Cloud, tonight with snow likely, lows in the 20s. Mostly cloudy Saturday and Sunday, highs near 30 The Bovee University Center's Friday Night at the Movies presentation Ailt be "The Assault." The show will beginatBpm. intheUC Auditorium. Admission is $1.50.
|Title||1988-02-19; Central Michigan Life|
|Publisher||Students of Central Michigan University|
|Description||Friday, February 19, 1988 issue of the student newspaper of Central Michigan University. Also known as CM-Life. Originally published biweekly. Later published three times a week during the academic year and once a week during the summer. Began publication in 1941. Previously known as Central State Life. Issues from 1999 to the present are available online at the CMLife website.|
|Subject/Keywords||Central Michigan University - Newspapers; Mount Pleasant (Mich.) - Newspapers; Isabella County (Mich.) - Newspapers; College student newspapers and periodicals;|
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