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24 U. THE NATIONAL COLLEGE NEWSPAPER

Student Body OCTOBER 1988

OCTOBER 1988 News Features

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words. Bold type $1.00 additional per word. Display Classified ment, 3110 Main Street, Santa Monica, CA 90405.
For advertising information call 213-450-2921.

CASH FOR COLLEGE
Get your share of over $4 billion in
available financial aid! Let us show
you how to qualify. We GUARAN-
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COLLEGE MONEY
Private scholarships. You will re-
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919-876-7891.
LSAT GMAT GRE
Score-raising audio cassette tape
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scores. Send check or money
order with name, address, phone
and test to: Advanced Test Re-
- view, 305 Bryan St., Havertown,
PA 19083
215-449-6311

INTER-CAMPUS PROGRAMS,
the nation's leading college tour
operator, is looking for orga-
nizations or individuals in-
terested in sponsoring Winter
and/or Spring Break tours.
Great fund-raising potential, ex-
cellent benefits, and outstand-
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Call toll-free: 1-800-433-7747
or 1-312-231-4323 collect.
$500 - $1,500 weekly possible
processing mail at home in your
spare time for expanding national
company. Send S.A.S. Envelope:
The L.A. Clothing Company, 1093
Broxton #644-A, Los Angeles, CA
90024.
GREAT PART-TIME
OPPORTUNITY
Gain experience and earn money
while working on Fortune 500
companies marketing programs
on campus! Flexible hours each
week. Call 1-800-821-1543.

CRUISE SHIPS
NOW HIRING M/F
Summer & Career Opportunities
(Will Train). Excellent pay plus
world travel. Hawaii, Bahamas,
Caribbean, etc. CALL NOW:
206-736-0775 Ext. 400N
NANNIES NEEDED
UP TO $400/WEEK
Positions nationwide. No fee. 1-
800-722-4453 outside MN. 612-
566-1561 in MN. National Nanny
Resource and Referral.
NANNIES
Choose from pre-screened
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Rowayton, CT. 06853
203-852-8111
CHILDCARE/
NANNIES NEEDED
Join our "Nanny Network" of
over 800 in Northeast. Full-
year positions only. Salar-
ies: $150 - $300 week, room,
board, airfare & benefits.
BEST CHOICES of families &
locations.
HELPING HANDS, INC.
1-800-544-NANI
Established 1984. Featured
on NBC'S TODAY SHOW.

CAMPUS REPRESENTATIVES
No selling required. College Job-
Net, Box 4980, Rumford, RI 02916
CRUISE SHIP
EMPLOYMENT
Purser and cruise staff positions.
Send $6.00 to "Cruise Jobs/C" Box
11074, Milwaukee, WI 53211.
ALASKA SUMMER
EMPLOYMENT
FISHERIES
Earn $600+ /week in cannery,
$8,000-$12,000+ for two months
on fishing vessel. Over 8,000
openings. No experience neces-
sary. Male or Female. For 52-
page employment booklet, send
$6.95 to M&L Research, Box
84008-PX, Seattle, WA 98124.--
30 day, unconditional, 100%
money back guarantee.

Must students copyright? ... New York U.
(NYU) attorneys, implying that without a formal copyright a
student's work is unprotected, formally denied accusations
in a federal suit filed by NYU graduate student Ann Taxier.
Taxier alleged that English Professor William Buckler
copied her ideas from a paper on Poet Robert Browning for
his work titled Poetry and Truth in Robert Browning's the
Ring and the Book. Court papers, citing the Copyright Act
of 1976, said that because Taxier did not have her paper
copyrighted, she had no right to sue. However, Kim Brown,
a senior copyright specialist at the Library of Congress,
said, "As soon as you create a work, you own it, and no one
can make improper use of it." Frances Robles, The
Washington Square News, New York U.

MOVIE POSTERS!
ALL CURRENT RELEASES
Thousands 1950s - Present.
COMPARE FASTEST SERVICE,
BEST PRICES. Visa/Mastercard
(904) 373-7202. Catalog $2.00 to:
RICK'S Suite 3E-U2 1105 N.
Main, Gainesville, Florida 32601

FLIPPER
B1K GOLD SIV FRAM
W/FLIIP UP SMOKE [ ,NS $8

ARNEL U
BLK ORTORT FRAME W/SMK
GRN OR CA R IENS S12
NEW CLIP ON LENS OVER CL R
LENS T O R JR Ni K FRM $20

CUSTOMIZED BOXERS!
Exclusive style! We'll silkscreen
ANY design (minimum 3 dz).
Great for dorms, greeks, and fun-
draisers. For information, illustra-
tions:
BOXERCRAFT
2603 Noble Creek Dr., NW
Dept. U
Atlanta, GA30327
(404) 351-2692
FASHION WATCHES
All styles. $1 catalog
DKC, P.O. Box 1965
Montebello, CA 90640
Peace T-shirts
Be part of the movement.
100% cotton silkscreened.
Peace on front, Dove on back.
S,M,L,XL. $8.95 TNT P.O.Box
233, Earlysville, VA 22936.
SENIORS
Get your career search started at
CareerTrak '89!
The Nation's Premiere College Re-
cruitment Conference.
January 10 & 11, 1989 Sheraton
Centre, New York City
Meet and interview with over 100 of
the nation's top employers in a re-
sults-oriented job fair environment.
At CareerTrak '88, one in three
attending seniors received at least
one job offer from companies like
AT&T, Eastman Kodak, PepsiCo,
EDS, McDonnell Douglas, Procter&
Gamble, Salomon Brothers,
F.D.I.C., Bank of New York, Ran-
dom House and Prudential. And
there is no charge to seniors who
attend CareerTrak '89!
To be considered for a CareerTrak
'89 invitation, send your updated re-
sume to CCA, Box 1852, New
Haven, CT 06510 by November 20,
1988.
JOBS, VISAS, RESUMES,
COVER LETTERS, INTERVIEW
TIPS, E.I.T. INFORMATION &
MORE on a 51/4" IBM diskette.
Profiles of 1000+ engineering firms
in California, complete information
to help foreign technical & non-
technical majors obtain practical
training & other visas + much more.
ESOFT, 333 Hegenberger, #208,
Oakland, CA 94621 415-834-3781.
SALE $10.95, Regular $22.95.

AIDS housing strategy . .. The Office of Re-
sidential Services at Bowling Green State U., Ohio, has
implemented a procedure to follow for AIDS-related situa-
tions in the residence halls. A statement of the procedure
first appeared in residential manuals this summer. Part of
the procedure says, "Requests from a student with an
AIDS-related disorder, a roommate of that student or of
parents to move out of an on-campus student room/living
unit for the reason of AIDS, will not be granted." Regarding
a student with an AIDS-related disorder, Director of Resi-
dent Education Barbara Keller said, "The last thing they
need is for someone to become hysterical . . . educating
about AIDS is the best defense against it." Elizabeth
Kimes, The BG News, Bowling Green State
U., OH

STUDY ABROAD in
Southern France. Summer,
semester, year programs.
Contact:
FAE
313 C Street NE
Washington, DC 20002

In search of scholarships ... With the rising
cost of college, more students than ever are seeking finan-
cial aid in loans, grants and scholarships. Bewildered by all

GPI don't want
a lot of hype.
I just want
something I
can count on~l9

Students get a good RAP ... Students at
James Madison U., Va., will have a much easier time
choosing classes and charting their progress toward gra-
duation thanks to a Report of Academic Progress (RAP)
sheet promised this fall by the Records Office. The RAP
sheet will list credits earned toward, and classes needed
for, a degree, as well as grade point average. The RAP
sheet, however, will not replace the transcript. "The trans-
cript is still the only official record of academic work," said
Sherry Hood, assistant director of records. Students will
receive the RAP sheet "eight times at the minimum," said
Dr. Gary Smith, head of academic advising. "In the past a
lot of advising time was taken up in clerical work. . . It (the
RAP sheet) will allow advisers to focus on what they always
should have been focusing on - advising," Smith said.
Susan L. Jones, The Breeze, James Madi-
son U., VA

DOLBY
JORTI OR GREY E RAME
W/ INfI (JR COR ENS $18

the options, many are turning to new scholarship matching
businesses. These services, which match the student with
scholarships or loans for which he or she is eligible, range
in price from $45 to $90. Washington State U. Financial Aid
Director Eric Godfreyrecommends that rather than spend
money on scholarship services, students should consult
with financial aid officers, work with advisers and use the
information available at any public library. "One must
always keep in mind that the main reason these people are
in the business is to make a profit," Godfrey said. Jeff
Lin, Daily Evergreen, Washington State U.

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Female condom developed ... The Wiscon-
sin Pharmacal Company has obtained exclusive rights to
the "female condom," a barrier contraceptive that will
reduce the risk of sexually transmitted diseases if it is
approved by the Food and Drug Administration. The con-
traceptive, called WPC-333, is female-controlled, dispos-
able and made of polyurethane. According to the com-
pany's release, a ring at the inner end of the device fits the
cervix and a ring at the external end remains outside the
vagina during intercourse. The product will be sold over the
counter for about $2. A study conducted by the Margaret

Pyke Centre at London's Middlesex Hospital found b
sexes preferred WPC-333 over the male condom regard
comfort, ease of use, disruption of the sexual experier
and pleasure. Sandra Svoboda, The India
Daily Student, Indiana U., Bloomington
U..
Campus bans Church of Christ ... Pror
ted by the recruiting methods of the Milwaukee Church
Christ, Marquette U.,
Wis., officials have ban-
ned from campus any
religious group that tries
to convert students. Rev-
erend David Haschka,
S.J., director of Campus
Min is tr y said of th e
Church of Christ, "Their
tactics are manipulative
by targeting vulnerable
people and pressuring
them so it is difficult to
make a free choice."
Although Marquette U. Rev. David Haschka
is a Catholic school "no
one may proselytize. Not even the Catholic church," Hasc
said. Margaret O'Leary, Marquette Tribu,
Marquette U., WI

Equal opportunity activated ... A one-year
plan to provide equal opportunity for students attending
Millersville U., Pa. (MU), is in the development stages, and
upon its completion will lead to the first standardized plan
throughout theentire State System of Higher Education
(SSHE). The issues that equal opportunity chapters will
address are recruitment and retention of minority students
and faculty, SSHE's commitment to women, economic
opportunity for minorities and the plan's implementation
and monitoring. Patricia Hopson-Shelton, MU Affirmative
Action director said, "We don't want the plan to only be
written by Affirmative Action. We want the whole university
to help." Hopson-Shelton said MU's plan will focus on all
racial and ethnic groups including Vietnam veterans and
American Indians. Jeff S. Griffin, The Snapper,
Millersville U., PA

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PREFECTO POORBOY SHERMAN
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LNO(L(RLES WEELCOMEa ,fs

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Or Write
Mike Singer, Associate Publisher
U. The National College Newspaper
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Highest quality (Champion, Majes-
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215-382-4488
PROMOTE SAFE SEX
ON YOUR CAMPUS
Our Condom-Dispensing
Machines & American-made
Prime" nCondoms are now avail-
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Ansell Incorporated, America's
largest manufacturer of condoms.
Special pricing is now being
offered to your campus. For info on
our dependable low-cost
machines & products, call Roy toll-
free at 1-800-321-2311.

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T-Shirts & Sweats
When you wear these 100% Cotton T-Shirts or
new long sleeve sweat shirts you are in style!
Sport these oversized, extraweight shirts featur-
ing the U. logo on the front, "College From the
Inside Out," on the back. Great for sleeping in or
even wearing while awake! Specify Large or Ex-
tra Large. T-shirts $6.95, and Sweat shirts $12
+ 3.00 postage and handling to:
U. Shirts
3110 Main Street
Santa Monica, CA 90405

On guard for fake IDs ... The surge of fake
identification (ID) among college students has prompted
the South Carolina Department of Highway and Public
Transportation (SCDHPT) and businesses to clamp down
on their ID policies, said Kenneth Reed, special investigator
for the SCDHPT. Methods to deter fake IDs include camer-
as that take pictures of people requesting new drivers
licenses, clerk training programs and fines of up to $2,500.
Wendel Guyton, manager of Crazy Jacks, said his club has
taken more than 30 fake IDs during one weekend. One USC
fake ID user said, "I have one because I figure if I can be
sent to some god-forsaken land or be executed in the chair
and vote for a politician who can pass such laws, then why
can't I drink?" - Lisa Pyle, The Gamecock, U. of
South Carolina
U..
AIDS decline forecast ... The annual num-
ber of AIDS cases in the U.S. will decrease in the 1990s
according to a mathematical model designed by a visiting
mathematics professor at Clemson U., S.C. Professor Marc
Artzrouini, who based his model on statistics from the
Centers for Disease Control, said, "The annual number of
new AIDS cases in the U.S. will reach a'maximum of 20,000
to 30,000 during the early 1990s and decline slowly
thereafter." Artzrouini believes the decline will occur be-
cause he feels the AIDS virus has been contained to two
high-risk groups - homosexual/bisexual men and in-
travenous drug users - and people are changing their
behavior. However, Artzrouini said that reporting delays
and the number of unreported cases could change the
projected statistics by 10 to 20 percent. Amy George,
The Tiger, Clemson U., SC

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that's a lot less than you
think. You can expect low
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connections and immediate
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And the assurance that
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That's the genius of the
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When it's time to
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call us at 1 800 222-0300.
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