The Record SUNY Buffalo State Student Newspaper

Volume 108a

September 2003- December 2004

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Buffalo State Students Respond To Tuition Hike By KIP DOYLE News Editor Stu d entsretumingtoBuffaloSt.;i�Coll�thissemester arealrea d yfeelingtheaffffl:sof the recent tuition increase,. _____Many_ had to move Off campus to save moneywhileothershaveopted nottoretumtoschoolthisyear duetotheS950increaseintu· itionatSUNY schools. New YorkStateResidentsand classes rightnow.- :=t=� �ti:ns;'!a': a wa� a ;/1h��!�:n':�1:; raised forstudentsatthe , City until verylatein the summetc �j":5��: w u�:�� ��fjin�:�f�i!"��:��'. New York by$90 0,giving fi- creaseat theendofJuly,-said rumcially strappedNew York TimVerheyn. a senior atBufSt.;ite resi d entsiewer options faloState. -My family an d I forhighereducation. r--. d eci d edthatwewoul d bca b le In 1995,when public col- to d oitforthissemester-espelt"getuitionwasraised b yS750, ciallysinc:ewe d idn'thavean y un d ergra d uate enrollment alternative. lt's going tobe a d roppe d at the state's pu b lic strugglean d l d on'tknowifl'll college1,an d universities b y be a b le toretum next semes- 29 · �:r d ofa'ii. 0 (�e�Ce"i:� te r . �While man y studentsan d Th1 lnc,..1n lnlultlonhum1nyatudentl= te

ouL-1::�:=,�� hil d toleavehere.lha�toor­ derm y booksonlinl!now,-sai d Orlando Morales,ajunior at Buff���ofTrusteesofficially in<:rE"ased thetuition rates at theirmeeting on Monday,JwieJ0,2003,raising tuilion toS4,350peryear for By KIP DOYLE News Editor BuffaloStatejuniorCra.lg Mahone y has leame d a lot aboutthepitfallsofpurmasing texlbooksforhisclasses;,.tthe BamesandNobleboobtoreon campus. Due to bookprices that man y find outngeous, Cra.lghasfoundan�Jess expensivewaytogethisbooks. "Jwait in lineaspeopletry tosell bild<.books,looktosee ifanyoneJiu · anybooksthat l nee d , an d then give them m.aybeS5morethanthebookstore will give them,"sai d Mohoney. "'That"s what I d i d ::!:;:s��o:ro}�.· 1 : �:i oneofthebooksforfree,ljust used the ol d er edition an d it workedfine." ltmayseema\ittlesneaky, b utCraig'smethodsmaybethe �!r::i:::���a':��8; I Man y stu d ents are saving money by purchasing books onlinethroughservicessud-oas�, . Theseweb

=,-itioninaease)lcouldn'taffon:I campus organizations have ------�-----to stay on c.unpus,so lh.ave spokl?n outagainstthet\lition public schools in neigh

b oring State Thisisnotacommuruty on't know whyevery- ��s�l�a;::i:ft:'� y complains when this Boatwright,a senioratBuffalo Fall Fest In Question By CARLENE PETERSON nizationsoncampusincharge Editor-In-Chief ofFaUFest. Mem b ers of the U nite d Stu d ents Government met Sept.3at 9a.m.infrontofVice Presi d ent ofStu d N AI the meeting we workedthingsout,"USGPresi­ d ent Kamal Jefferson sai d . "Wehavea verbal agreement. a handshake.Now it'sjust 1 a matterof outthe d e­ tails." AlthoughSUB has notrele;,.se d

����=� ff a��f:��:::a� ::Ois'a"re�ill/C:i:��� st a � d BuffaloState. �Se«md,. I can- option. SUNY's t\lition rates b o d notaffon:ltobeafulltimest\1- are corui d d en� I am only taking three compared to the ratesofo th

enbly low when school is still cheaper than State. er other schools inNew York'.

Textbook Prices Take Their Toll

BuffaloState. LynnPuma,the manager attheBarnesan d No b leatBuf- �!m�es°:!: b fu! for theNghpricn,not theretailerswhosellthem. "We price b oth new and usedbookshomthepricesthat thepu b lishersinvoic:eus,"s a i d Puma. We put a 25peromt =is�=�fy'� know that stu d ents think we are gouging themwith these prices b utitsreallythetextbook publishers who invoice us. !:. t �:��-;e�� r e!t over the listprice.• One of the b igsest probleins stu d ents have encoun- ��pa'Z's!�.r::J;fe =� an d learning components sealedinpluticthatprofessors haverequiredfortheirclasses. Rcpresentat\Yes ai-te_xtbook pu b lishing('()mpanlescometo termswilnprofessorsaboutthe

sitesdaimsavingsofupto 50 pe=tonc:ertaintitles. Rising text b ook prices maybeleadingstu d ents;iway fromtheonampusboobtore andontothelntemet.but� are somestu d entswhoaredecliningtopurdlasebooksatall. Last winter;.theN;,.tional Association ofCollt"geStores c.unp,tignedonl8campuses, urgingprofessorstoinsistthat theirstudenl:!l b uytheassigned textbook..Thecamp,tignwuin rei!K'tiontothegroup'sownsur­ veya in d icating20 percent of un d ergraduateSnationwi d e choosenoti'o b uythetextfor aparticularcoune. Even though some stu­ d entsmaynotbebuyinglex!booksforalloftheirdasses,the textbookin d ustryisstillgoing ;:. n t�!!: II ���� Man y stu d ents feel that the y arebeingtakenadvantageof. ,hebookpricesareexpen­ srve,much more than I expected. My safety book was paperbackan d itcostS90.Jw)il Ft.�� b � y � e:��� o /::n�::�

entAffairs HalPayne'sofficetovoiceconcemsover1homecorningevent in danger of b eing cancelled beforeitwasevcnannounced. Goodeh..rlotte,winnerof the2003MTVViewer'sChoice MusicVi d eoAward,was the number one choice for this year'supcomingFallFest.A� cordingtoUSGExecutiveVic:e Presi d entTod d Espinosa.Good Char\ottehadagreedtoplay;,.t BuffaloSt.ate b ut was waiting onapprovalfromthec;ulleg,!. However, the concert wdW d beinterruptingthehall offamebanquet,anannualdinner forBuffaloState alumni hel d in theSportsArena.The dinnerisschedule d for0cl4. . "Soundcheckswoul d con- f\ictwiththedinner. lt woul d be a major inconvenienc:efor them. N Espinosasaid. Payne suggeste d some USG members atten d a committee meetin withtheo a-

an official statement, Payne sai d the Concert will mos� 1 li �ZJ o ;i th as ��g !ownerofAfterDarkEntertain­ ment! at . � meeting and he feels comforta b le that a platformhasbeenestablishedthat will allow this event to move forward ,N Paynesai d . P;,.yneiseagerl y anticipat· ingtheconcert;,.n d itseffecton thecollege. '1he a d ministration supports theevent an d weareex• dtedtheevent willbealigned wi th home('.(lming."hesai d . · Espinosahopesthisyur's fallfest will drawpositive attentiontoBSC. #It b rings media coverage toBuffState,an d it's good f9r thes:U d ents.:Espinosasai d .








Female tumbles down flight ofstairs; fire extinguisher discharged in Rockwell Burglary 7/'12. · ll:17a.m. 8/8 10- .26a.m. Staff r e port ed

Gorgeou� campus often ovetlooked

By SUSAN PETERS OpinionEditor We ha�•bea u tifulcampus. M u chnrehas . been taU n tode­ s an d plantingswhichgracethegrounds.The v el op a nd ma in tai n th e tre e

lotatth Rockw e ofrea e s Streetand l1Roadb1sun-drenchedpiece l estate. lmagineagardft\lnslll:'ad of the scarfrom a rece n td e mo\lti on. a n otherbui\ d i n g wh i ch was o n ce a pro ud home-r e c en t l y e ras e d from Buffa l o's l anl:iscape. In th i s e ra of bruta l budgets,the a d mi ni strat i o n a nd staff are to b e ::�::a:i�n!;!::..,�1!': worthy of peac e f u l co n templat i o n . Sadly,som en otab\e l apses d oexist.wt sprillg.l detected evi d ence of11Cal e ,a stubbornpla n tpest.whenmy hair ac­ c:ide n ta ll ycame inro n bictwith l eaves ofthepottedplantsi n thereferencearea of the E.H.B u t l er libraryand came awaystickywithtel l ta l esap.Sea. l ec:a n ::;oa!!:1�� t­ tingthespringandfallinfusio n ofnec­ essarynutrients aC('.()mplishe d byre­ ple n ishing the so il in the pol$. Oose altentio n mustalsobepai d towatering ==:�=�=;!: in MootHall this summer were unin­ tentio--.allyprovidinginsuf6dentwa� u n til the d isaepancy was brought to �i��� n a ti :di�t�J,1t�,1Ze��: ,="'- Somany peo p!eseem to like this � e ��;b:�:f:t;eo:f!O: wi n gs to sett l e i n to coo le r routines. �;�� l o':!:t::?'_:;t uff � prise Factor,g e tthe best ofyou. If yo u 'v e l ivedthn,u.ghwinter o n theBuf­ faloen d ofthisp l anetbefore,yo u know it's often n otpretty. Andbecausethe fallb l endsintoth e winterastheworld tums,.a d aythatstartsoutwannishand Sllflnycanbecomebrutallywindyand co l d. Oo n 'tbeca u ghtunprepared.and =�?;!_ stop and sm e l l the a u - liyo u canev e rliltyourhea d from thechargingwinlerwind.whidtl e aves_ thelake,travelstheriver;tunnei!. u pthe expreswayandblaststhecampuswi t h !:::f� t'O ���� orthelwdyplantsan d shrubswhich =':e�7:��te'! willbeanother spring. Look forward to therowdybunchesofyellowdalh> dils.thepromisedfragranceofthelilacs, ��� e ���;.z;!t.�:W� L :� willbloom onceagain ontheRockw e ll Roadmedian.Be5Uretolook.. e com e r of Re



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TheNewmanCen� ter wi.ll be holding a :i::"there: semester. The event ��&,� on in� Campbell Student Union.

A n o n ymous c,11 r e es scopi n g bi­ cycles arou nd Ketchum Ha l l. e:1th::rew:�i:��� rag. 7/26 4:4la.m. An officerrq,orteda�s­ p i ciousv e hicl e with peo p\ e 1 n sideattempti n gtogain a«ess toares i dence hallThev e hicl e was l ocatedandstoppedonthe 198.EastRampatGrantStreet. Th"e subj e cts wer e w i th the Emp i r e Stat e Gam e s a n d ::,e;.i o�rtotheregiona ldi • E�S 7/21. 2:00p.m. do� �!ru:l,1 :::-;:� f �� le gs. R u ral Metro was called and e valuated,but 12:43a.m. ga11�= 0 fiv�br::t�h- ers insi d e TowerTwo atvari­ ous l ocations. 8/6 l0:19a.m. lbecomplaintant�ved :;,;��� . :� . pho ne cal l DisorderlyConduct ""' 12:llp.m. A stud en tbecamedisrup­ tiv e i n clla and wuescomd �::J::.'5 to wlthdr•w portfi:1-two ma l n g h e r Tamperillg 7/26 a n

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=��;�Jt��� dl J :Sm�a ti f: l f !���;:'t!:=r::.ifs has th e �m�;:a��:i: i �/v1� n ;;:�� rootsorseeds ofbelovedan d practica l p l antswhichnourishe d in ourrichsoils or flou n d e red i n our re l ative l yshort 5:�g 0 �;; �:���� t � Moth e rNature'sindig en ous offerillgs. Today,a l o n g th e south side of Mool Hall,stands a testarne n tto l oving re­ membr.ince:th e Sept e mber 11 M e mo- �����ab�t�.:'J,;!r;.:: mersple n do�B l ack-eyedSusans,{Rud- =�::j,g:1��=:;/;;� petuniasareshort.lbeo:olorsandtex­ turescombine inamash?rworksfreru:y for the ey e . Stop for a moment. look. a nd rem e mber. Uyou weren't on campus e a rlier thissununer,yo u mayha�missedthe �;: £ °!::;i�oo�irl�s: of the circle atC l eve l an d Hall. The ==�-ere:::�::: ; p l a n ti n g made it s ee m l i k e a h u g e , som e how cel e stial crown of flow e rs. Oo n 'tmiss i t ne xt�ar! What is itabout late summer and e arlya u tumn thatseemsto make the � u �s��:� 1 the1 :n= tosharpenmysensitivitytoeveryhu e innature,ormaybe i t'sjustmyeyestry- �o';=�tt:'fu:::1::;i: ahead. LiULeoLlonni's thoughtful :���!":':!as:t':: d ens I rem e mb e r. Yo u sho ul d, too. Maybe a calendar reflectingthemost stunning e l e ments ofthe gard e ns and :!:;::� a��c:..:: I !:,';!: andcominlmi.tygarderi.wherestudents and neighborhood folkcan�Row­ ers andvegetab l es.Theeyesoreempty

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The are1aroundGrantStreetisin id ering the fact that n the area,whyaren'tschool offidalswork­ ingtoimprov e thes i tuatio n 7Whyaren't l ocalresta u ra n tsandfoodstands l inlng Gra n tStreet,aeatingafavorabl e situa­ tio n forstu d e n ts.rentersandentrepre­ ne u rs alike?lnstea d ,theschool tears dow n pote n tialhousesto buil d more !:� g lots,whic}i i sawhol e otheris- And ifth e schoo l isgoing tobuil d moreparkinglots,whyisn'tthereatun· nel orprotectiv e barri e r�mthepark· ing l otstoampUS!\'ardingusagainst theharsh,.b i tingwindan d o:oldw e hav e toliv e throughforatleasthalf . theyear. ltcan'tbethatexpens i �tobuildsome­ thing ofthissort. Thesearejust!IOll\eofthecountless issuesthatha�beeno n mymind. Do yo u hav e any7liso,thism.riybe one of �=��!:�\��� we-el<. Uyo u 'reinterestedjuststopby Th e Recordandwe'll seewhatw e can d oaboutit. shamb le s.Cons manystu d e n ts \ive offi:ampus i

By MIKE REGAN Opinion Editor

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I'd th more-questionsthan opinions. Sincel ha�retume d to th e B u ffa\o area a nd btt n atBuHalo State,there are a few thingsthatljustcan'tunderstan d . Howcan•classthat i s l o n gertha n a total oftwoan d a half hoursaweek beworth onlythreecredits1ltseemsto me thatif yo u have a two hour class twiceaweek.itshouldbeworthatleast fourcnedits.Justlookinthecourselist­ ingsan d youwill(indthisphenomeno n againandagain.lsthisjustanotherat:"J:/�: ,;s,:. ver for a few more Whyaremajorcorpora t ionssuchas T1coBe ll andBames and Nobles al­ l owed to infi l trate o u r schoo l grounds an d millc u, fo.- more mo n ey? I know theansw e rislike l ythatro n t ractshav e been s i gnNlwith the higher-ups,but why?Inacitythatha.saneconomyin shamble,wouldn'tit hav e ,betteraf­ fect o n th e l ocaleronomytoallow l oca l n tothe ground s?lhatl e ads toanothertop i candanotherquestio n . l ike to stMI th e year off w i

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Sam Hoyt Seeking Interns For District �ffice · Assemblymember Sam Hoyt (0-Buffalo, Grand Island) announces competitive in- te ���! 0 i:t :J;�;:= :::1:t:�:�ni:�;h�o s �=�ut the legislative£_rocess. An inlem's duties would include issue resPonse,constituent coue­ spondence, communityoutreach,media relations, legislativeresearch andgeneral office duties.Internsalso have theopportunity to work closely with themembersofhis staff, broaden · their contactbasesand toenhance theirprofessional resume.Since firstelected in1992, morethan250studentshaveinternedinHoyt'soffice.Manyof thesepast interns are nowemployed in theirdesiredfieldsof government, journalism.academia,business and law. Hoytsaid,�I�motivated individuals toassistmyofficestaffwithawideanayof legislativeduties.Becausemy staff is small,Irelyonstudentstohelpmeperformmy job andrespondeffectively to the needs of my constituents. I encourage_students from all :=� d �i;. !re interested in learningmorea�ut thelegisla:tiveyrocesstocontact Anyoneinterested in thechanceto work ina fast-pacedoffice5ctlingshould contact StephanieGraceCarter in SamHoyt'sDistrictOffice at &52-2795 for aninterview. Sam Hoyt isaprogressiveDemocrat whorq,resentsa largepartofBuffaloandGrandIsland. m-RMRf,otnSmHoyt'IOJ/i«J

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On The Record .. Question one: How do you feel about the tuition ip crease? Question two:How has the tuition increase affected you personally?

. BrennaMtCormack.Senlor • l)Idon't haveenoughmoney asitis,so pa yingmoremoney foroollegeisn' trullyfair. 2)WellIcan ' t '1ford mybooks now,no t thatlcouldbefoni. Nalini Goolsarran,Sophomore

Get More For Your Money 1·•1· This Semester! � Sale Ends Sept. 3rd •-• sa'ill · s3r, --":.=- -.� � .::--.:.: - . -.r.:_,m /ll!Ur !:'-n::..- ��.:�--

I)lfeelthatitiswtjust. Whave to paybecauseofBush's mis- ""'· 2)Bea.useofthetuition� \think that financial aid got worseso'Iieally havenofinan• dalaid. l' monm own. EricFoster,Jwtior I I

1)Ifeelthat iimakes itmoredif. ficultfocpeopletoaffordschool. 2)1havetaken outmoreloans where usual l y fin;,onci al aid wooldhaveroveredmytuition.


HAVEA SERVICE 01< BUSINFSS that NEEm some cheap PUBLIC ITY? ADVERTISEHERE!! The Classified Rates fm 2003-2004, $5.00 -20 word ad ··place as any as ym: like -discoW1tsapplyforre: peatcustomers Contact: David Hartzell, Advertising Manager 878-4539 bobbyh103@yahoo.rorr Registrar's Office of any change in your a dd ress or phone number. The exceJr tion is dorm ad­ d resses, which are u �!�:e d J7e t�:� i - The Data Change Form can be d ow n · loa d edf(om the web ,,, http,// www.buffalostate .edu/• offices/registrar/ d atafonn.HI'M The Registrar's Of· flee is located in MootHall,Room 210. ADDRESS CORRECTIONS HAVEYOU MOVED? Informthe

l)lfeeltha t itwasabiginaease ,foroneyeu: 2)1can'tsaythatithasaffected meperson.llybee;i.useldon't paymytuition,.myparentsdo.

l)Wepayenoughasltisand we don'tgetsomeof the stuff wepayfor. 2)Myfinanceshavt"depleted a lotmore.

'Textbook Prices" frompage , t , componentsthat willbeused inthe pa cb ge . '11letextbook . " packages · are in the price rangeofS160andcannotbe returnedforthe standard50 pm.=toforiginanosL "Rightnowthecompanies aredoingsomUchwiththese packa ge sets thatprohibit us'sa very big issue in thebookindustiyright now. lt's hinderingthe$Ndentsbeau,edur­ !1'&bookbu_ y�time..ifyour inStnlctor IS opting to u se a ��==J:� lisherwontsdl.badtdl09eex· �=nents separ a tely." Pwnaassunodthat� andNoblesisaciivelytaking strldestofightthewaveoitext• ���= thatthmstudentswill notbe lll>letoex

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BLO'1 ° I� Reports of shotsfired on Grant Street, suspects ee on foot; paroleefrom New York City a"ested, using fa l 1

. ��u!�s°:e!:�� 3 ;36 p. in . • report at thetime,but ha, Aperson in the Communiea.pi.perworkback·home inRoch- tiop.Centerbasementreported · estertovmfy. smellingaubondioxide.There Crimilu.l.Miachlef " 7/8 1:24p.m. wasnosignofcarbondioxide intheareaand staffworking �� notoomplain of�y YouthActirity Su.ff repo rted '!-nknown per- 11onuttemptingtobruk,win- 7/ 9 dowintheEWingofthecarn- 1:S9p.m. put8Choo\.FlvejuVffliles""'re rel e asedtotheirparmt:s. Acomplaintantreportedjuve- :��=s::�:�

venityPoli«Departmentand ;:;.B.IT��:t= fotir doors-was posslbly in­ v olv,td, Informati o n was 1 pu.,edal o ngtothi!BPO.Jtappears the, incid e ntoo:umid at 612 Grant5trttt. ��

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An o flioerreeortedfi ve indi-: viduals trespassing on cam- !:/vrJ:1�1:1"�"";': stay awa)'from thl!buildings �as":'3°' theu-dopU:theopm

turning lightson ani:I. off. The subjectsweregone onarrival. The University PoliceDepartment spoke to anUpward Bound coordinato r regarding themattet.. 7/17 3:10p.m. Afemalewasstud:intheE.H. Butl e r Librar.y e \e v 1tor b e · =�� a ;!:��� t o c o nt.act0ti1El ev ator. Th e subjectwasfreedbyOtisElevator,whichilCW?'el>tlyw o rking onth ee l ev ator.

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Being Paid To Quit Smoking WeigelHealth Center recruits BSC studentsfor program By JOSH LESEUR AssociateNewsEditor Howwouldy o u like t o be paid$200toldek yoursmok· inghabit?AccordingtoGinad e Peralta!home,ahe altheducat o r at th e Weigel HealthCena ter, that is the caseatBuffalo Stat;c:::::ro e -5 ti1te was o ne o f sevenoollegeuniversitiesinth e c o untry to g e t [My Stud e nt B o dy - Tobacc o ). It's aWebbased tobacco cessati o n Program.B,-sically, it's a st o psm o kingprogram..butstudents wouldbeusing th e Internett o st o p smoking. . "'Th e wayit'ssetupis:sht dentsarereauited•we'relookingfor40st,.,d e nl!I.Theyh a v e t o be current smokers. Th e y ha ve tobebetweentheages o f 18-24.Andtheyhavet o beenrolledatBuffState . On-� ts ��:i::r minute� and the 9ff- sionsteachthem.i.boutwaysto st p sm o king.Students who participat e and finish th e projectg e t$200." Aa:ordingtoliterahuepvid e byMissTh o me:"'Thesoftware allows students t o de­ ve \ o p a personallud t o ba«o pagerelevantt o theiramcum using.a rate yourselfmodul e . Eachstudent's page willcontain a tail o red tobac:roprofi.le, artidesbased o npersonalrisks, peerstories,.e-mailfeaturesand remind e rs and writt e n and graphical moti v ali o he���=� �o":::/:.�c"sn�i� lru!library,lfthere�anystud e ntswhowish to quitamok· ing.theycanjustgi ve m e acall andlcansettheuivp." Miss Th o me can be reachedat818-5330.

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voiceofth�studentsatBuffalo Statefor morethan80 years, Reaml i;eeks to kttp th e studentbodyinfonnedoncam­ pu,issuu,eventsand activi­ ties.109CassetyHall1178-453l SportsandRecnation USG�intercollegi a teclub sports not sl.lpport e d by the e tic Departm e nt through th e AthleticFee. USG also funds the_organiu- tionofintnunuralrompetition ���:tro:S'fn d Wou':� Gym._ Kis:iing e r pool and rac-- Dtnla/ Clinic , - Theprofession·alJy staffeddental clinicoffers examinations,X-r a ys.dlagno­ sis by � e ntists,cl e aning and preVffitiv e dentalhygi e n e at a v e ry low cost to stud e nts. Weige!H e althCenter878-6716 Whispmn g ·Pina Camp - USG m a lnt a iru a612-acre c a mp­ ground•in Franklinvill e ,NY: Forbookinginformation.dial 878-6701. BuffeloStattOrildOmQnter­ Quality,a.fl'ordabl e child care !lel'Vicesfor children a ges six weeb to fiv e 'years are a vail- :1:i�!':sr�= o !:�:d��� studenls,a!!wellasf a cultyancl staff.BuckhamCamp,.uSchool -CWing8'78-S335 The USG office is located onthefourthfloorofthe Stu­ dentUnion,.inmom402.They can b e reached a t878-67ql. y also provid e a bookl e Athl ;!:�:�· �!� 1 �:�z Student Services

th timei te m cov et a n a n hour now-but th e takesforthatsludgeto a r through your ins i a ins the same. Ev ed bac k - row s freeing up,$0you don·t h a ve tositwithth e pN:lfessorglaring youdown. Whatisrespons i bl e forthis ph e nom e n a ? Mayb e it's th e two-for-on e speci al s popping l.l a e v e rybarwithin a five- e radius of th e out-of -townersmiss theirmommiesandboyfriends k d1!$re- e n thos ea a e ts re p mil M a t ybeth e

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Jadedstud e nts e v ke d up the truth tha e theirinvo\v e SAT scores could only land a tBuffaloState. USC officials refused a n a a tementconcem i ng a dy drop out r a te. Ml think lheymost studenrw e re confused wh e n we !lmttheir acceptance\cttcrslnbr a il,nan campus. unnam e dresource lam e n ed. campuspoliceh a v e taken the stud e nt Joss to h e art as first many randomlyticketedstu­ e ntu a d e lly suc spi M e m e ntinth e i cs dub,their sorry at hl t th e m offid th e l st ste th e


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