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Flagstaff Lumberjack (Newspaper) - May 6, 1990, Flagstaff, Arizona Wok bar. A a a Krez Paige 2 the Lumberjack �?�6,1990a a Quot re j. A Fife it i k a by ill Adonai briefs cipo amp fit Anan a Chi Quot in. Virus Pound evidence of what a been linked to once called Yippie or. Pau he a helped conduct the study presented tuesday in Japan. In the study Wood from 23 of so patients contained viral segments resembling those of a tiv ii a Cousin of the aids virus his. A r or rape hoax Elizabeth Richardson 24, of Overton neb., is running ads apologizing for falsely accusing Gary Kitsch 44, of raping her. The radio ads part of Hardson a a probation on a perjury charge began sunday and conclude tuesday. Newspaper ads run this week. Authorities a Aid Richardson made the false rape charge to shake her husband jealous. Ii. Activists arrested for blocking an Dan tic qty Highway after a Demon ration for More youth recreation facilities. Sharpton arriving in a limousine announced week of protests and vowed to disrupt the miss America pageant saturday. Til Crown myself or. America he plane feat 4 by Eric Raymond landed his Sun seeker solar powered Ultra Light aircraft in spot n.c., after a 7-week Odyssey from desert Center Calif. Sponsors said it was the first Cross country solar flight but Raymond said he won t make that claim until he flies 8 More Miles to Kitty Hawk site of the Wright Brothers first flight in 1903. Its Worth another Day Quot said the 3s-year-old Pilot Columbia counts Down countdown began again for a 1 20 . Thursday launch of the space shuffle Columbia on a 10-Day astronomy Mission. The launch scrubbed in May due to a Hydrogen fuel leak was delayed again last week due to loss of communications with an Astro a Ray Telescope one of four on Board the shuttle. I i a a labor Day Sparks no riots parades picnics and protests monday marked the Usas 100th labor Day. In Virginia Beach va., there was no repeat of last year s rioting As 29,000 turned out for a la Borrest Quot among major parades Chicago Detroit new York. Among the oldest Galesburg he its 98th. In Tulsa 180 rafters raced Down the Arkansas River. Pageant protested the Rev. Al Sharpton was among 23 a copyright 1990, Usa today Apple College information network by Linda Laws Mountain it with mixed reactions in my by the Lumberjack like a giant Well lit fortress Mountain View naut new 150-suite residence Hall looks Down on its Humble surroundings. Located at the Northeast end of the Campus above Lumberjack stadium Mountain View Hall is the first coed greek fraternity and sorority residence Hall of its Type in the nation. Nau students Are divided on their opinions of Mountain View. In 2 Quot it s unfair Quot said cannily Schwepker freshman. To in Mcconnell Hall and they re in Mountain View just because they re in a freshman theater major Noah Stroehle has heard that Mountain View rooms we Small. The rooms at Raymond i us where he lives arc Quot pretty big Quot he said. What makes Mountain View unique is its suite style rooms said sue Ries Sager greek life coordinator. The Ridge built in 1984, b the Only other suite style residence Hall at Nau. At Mountain View four residents share two rooms. Each Wing includes a chapter room which is a puce to hold functions. Meetings and educational programs. Most chapter and dorm rooms have two urge windows and All common areas and walkways Are Glass giving extensive views of the san Francisco peaks. However spacious views Are not the Only aspect that sets the residence Hall apart from others on Campus. Lynn Medlin a social science mayor has heard rumours about alcohol policies at Mountain View. Quot i heard that there a a no alcohol policy for the sororities but that the fraternities Don t have the same policy. I wonder How they Are going to police that with two different policies in one Ries Sager confirmed the no Kohol policy for sororities. Quot National policy dictates that sorority members can have no alcohol in their rooms Quot she Sand. Alcohol policies for Mountain View fraternities Are the same As other Nau dorms. A residence Hall for fraternities and sororities is a Good idea Ries Sager said. Quot its an Opportunity to give them More support administratively. Other organizations got More support so we took them into the fold Quot Ries Sager said. Tit a a it a a. A a a a a a a tit Robert Fippinger the Lumberjack students living in the suite style rooms of Mountain View sometimes arrange the rooms so that one is a bed room and the other is a study living area. Before Mountain View was built Frater neighbourhood. There Are More lights nity and sorority members were scattered now. It used to be pitch Buck at night i on and off Campus. Off Campus students feel safer often were hard to reach Rief Sager said. Quot this system is designed for networking Quot she said. Quot students will be Able to support and interact with each John Hunter a Junior and a Sigma Chi fraternity member agrees that it is much the parking situation at Mountain View is a subject of concern for Many students. There Are Only 300 parking spaces for 600 Mountain View residents. Steve Lee Junior and Tom Ketcham a senior live at the verde apartments me a a 9--�? a a j easier to keep track of fraternity members and have seen the recent change in the at Mountain View. There will be several committees that will keep the fraternity organized in the new residence Hall Hunter said. Quot everything will be watched by internal executive committees Quot he said. Quot we will govern Are some neighbors of Mountain parking lot Quot there have been 50 percent More cars in our parking lot and no new tenants a Ketcham said. Quot Mountain View a residents Are parking in our parking lot a there May not be enough parking Quot said Adam Cassel a Mountain View View who Irish residents would govern resident there a Only parking for half themselves a Little better. The people and the air conditioning one neighbor who asked not to be does t work Quot said Cassel. A but there a identified lives in a Home Northeast of More positive than Mountain View. She said students Are loud although student rooms have been at night throw garbage on her Lawn and officially completed common areas of Block her driveway with their cars. Mountain View such As the lobby con Quot they All seem to have car alarms that Ference rooms and the to room arc not go off every few hours Quot she said. Shannon of Connor a member of i Beu Phi lives off Campus at the verde apartments across the Street from Mountain View. Quot it Hasni to changed the neighbourhood at All Quot of Connor said. Quot i think its a positive influence on the yet finished. These areas Vail be completed by Early october said Mark Flynn assistant director of residence life. The residence Hall is now filled to capacity with 600 students. There Are 900 fraternity and sorority members on Campus. Sav. J David Ripley the Lumberjack Connie Clark Bac Sophomore and Leslie Denton freshman sit in their crowded dorm room. The two have been temporarily placed in the room with four other roommates. Housing from Page i life to close Babbitt in the first place be modern languages English philosophy cause we have such a Large problem with and psychology departments the chairs of psychology English mod former Babbitt residents were required pm languages and the assistant Dean of to split the Cost of a fourth Roommate three the College of arts and sciences All said ways in order to avoid having four people that they Are pleased with the move to to a room. They say it is unfair for them to Babbitt pay for the temporary Roommate who is English department chairperson us also required to pay. Some Raymond Resi san Foster said a i am pleased with the move dents say they should get a refund for the but i am disappointed that the facilities time that temporary residents stay with Are not ready yet them although they did sign a contract renovation of Babbitt was to be Corn Wall residence life agreeing to House plated by mid August due to construe temporary residents. Bon delays it will not be completed until Babbitt Hall will now be used for the mid september. By Phil Sam pub the Lumberjack Quot 4 a mandatory bicycle permit plan designed to curb the number of stolen and abandoned bikes on Campus is exceeding the expectations of Nau parking arid police officials. The program initiated this fall requires All students to Register their bicycles with the Nau police department a fee of 11 is being charged for the permits. The Money is used to pay for the maintenance of identification records at the Flagstaff and Nau police departments. Students who fail to Register their bicycles could face fines for not having bicycle identification. But parking services supervisor Aaron Hock said the program has already been successful in its first week of existence. This has gone beyond our expectations Quot Hock said. Quot we thought we were going to have to go out and rally students Hock said since aug. 27 More than 600 students have registered their bicycles with the police departments. Quot we Only had about two or three people who were upset about paying the Dollar registration fee Quot Hock said. The biggest sales pitch we can use is if your Bike is stolen or lost we will know now who you Are Quot he added. Designed Nau crime prevention officer Chuck Milam agreed. Quot this plan is Long overdue Quot Milam said. Quot both the University of Arizona and Arizona state University have had similar programs in existence for a Long Milam said he Hopes the Bike registration program will be a learning experience for students who Are unaware of the Strong possibilities of having a Bike stolen from Campus. Last year Naud handled an average of two cases a week involving bicycles stolen from Campus. This year parking officials say the program will give both Flagstaff police and Naud an idea of Many bikes Are on Campus. This year will be the first year we will have any estimate As to How Many bikes we have on Campus Quot Hock said. In addition to the new program Hock said 40 More Bike Racks arc being distributed around Campus bringing the total to Iso. Though students could face fines for not having their Bike registered Hock said the department will be flexible with students during the initial weeks of school Quot we re not going to Chase any students Down yet Quot Hock said. A a we re going to play it by ear before we Start citing a Stephen Ritland my neurological surgery St surgery of flip spine in in in 779-7880 i Iso North san Francisco Street Flagstaff a 800-829-8980 a Quality too b guaranty dec Toner cartridges service is now available in Northern Arizona Call 774-2147 for a free test Dri in expires 9-20-90. Gnat Little seafood place., a fish n frys j $1.50 4 m must present Coupon limn Lear reek Lothing company Beautiful natural fiber clothing for women 6 n. San Francisco 774-6107 Mon Fri 10-5 30 Sal 10-5/ to the Lumberjack staff you re doing a great Job keep up the Good work it is in Mem i 3 b \1 it i. Welcome i 1 f i i 11 i in la ii v s / i a i Liiri if Tomii a vow i x i i 1--1 Ltd. To ii 5,

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