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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 28, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas ‘Deband Dad’ Herald Zeltung, New Braunfels, Texas    Sunday,    July    28,    1991    Page    7A St. Mary’s University names alumni, events staff members Kim Crider has been appointed assistant director of Alumni Relations at St. Mary’s University. She will serve as staff liaison for the Houston alumni chapter, and will assist with alumni activities including Homecoming Weekend and the Student Alumni Relations Committee. Crider formerly worked as special events coordinator for the Bexar County Hospital District. She is a graduate of Concordia Lutheran College with a bachelor’s degree in communications. Leu Ann Butler has been named special events assistant. She will assist in developing and directing alumni special events such as the Fiesta Oyster Bake Shucking Contest and the Faculty Appreciation and Awards Banquet. In addition, she will work with the Austin and Laredo alumni chapters. Since 1989, she has worked as a temporary employee in the alumni office. Mid-Texas Symphony Debutantes guests at party Guests at a the annual “Deb and Dad" party, held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Danny Scheel, were the 1991 -92 Mid-Texas Symphony Debutantes and their fathers. The party, hosted by the Debutante Committee, included a poolside Mexican buffet supper. Following the meal, the debutantes and their fathers were taught the Viennese Waltz by Jerry and Laurie Goode. The dance will be performed during their formal presentation at the Symphony Ball in February 199? Among those attending are, in photo at left, David Way, Emily Way, Tom Kiesling, Shealyn Kiesling, Terry Hard eman, Richard Warren, Natalie Warren, Amy Brennan, Robert Brennan and, at right, Ed Bremer, Kristin Brerner Brandy Ross, Ed Goerges, Kourtney Goerges, Hilary Woods, David Carr, Elton Reneau and Amy Reneau. BRAKES & SUSPENSION “We’ll steer you straight!** 189 IH 35 West 620-7227 Complete Undercar Service Center •Shocks •Struts •CV Joints •Tie rod ends •Ball joints •U-joints Brake Service i ‘'Chil1 ^ sp®0*31’ A/C Service SWT panel recommends changes in Greek system SAN MARCOS Fraternities at Soutlmcvt Texas State University should be held to stricter academic standards in the future, recording to the report of a task force assigned to examine the Greek system at SW I Anointed by SW I President Jen omc Supple in the spring of 1990. the Greek Life Task Force issued its July report Tile document not only calls for a greater emphasis on academics hut also outlines a new deferred rush system for pledging a fraternity and calls for an annual reapplication for university monition by all fratcrm* tics and sororities “Members of the task force were prevented with an enormous job and I ani very pleased with the results of their effort,” said Supple “I believe the recommendation for higher academic standards and the new drfcned rush system for fraternities. whish the IFC endorsed last November will nudie acadcm.cs an imrcas ingIv important pan of fraternity and ^trouty life ai SWI “ The deferred rush system recommended by the task force would eterne students to complete 12 semester credit hours at SWT with a iiiMtfnum glade point average of 2 25 bef«*e bring permitted to pledge a (fatefully. Currently, new students Itta) pkt)g< a fraternity when they fust anet rd SWI, however, the task force determined that many students were having dtirieuliy balancing classroom work with pledge activities in their initial semester Detened pledging will apply urdy to SWI fraternities since nor unites use an ear I* or (all rush format Under thai format, sorority rush is completed nefure the fall semester begins fraternity pledge program* should also he reduced from die current norm al 12 aerks lo a seven lo eight week duration, the leputi states Die report also calls fur an an*mal review of each fraternity and sot only with trifle tai recugruitun by the urn va ut) twanging ut the eulance “ll we adopt these retoounenda Hurts, fraienuue* arid vol or uses are goo g rn have to reapply for rccogm uon every year arid die mice** of that application will depend on how wed ify’ vc done in die previous yea#,* tad Dr J«»«ne* Stutter, vice prevalent of *u*ient aft*** al SWT, "Tkf review will he bawd un a number of auaal uidtcaiurs, including scholarship, communa) relations, the nom ber of police interventions, die notuber of Citmpfami* to the ui av et vt I) officials, i ticuh ins of facial anole*-att ad the level al support from local alumni arad tall urgaruiaoons naiMjnaJ oft nr The report * know ledge* that creating a “Greek Row ' housing fit unt ought be an ideal tuna tun vc sol ting the problems associated w th Greek houses ta residential neighbor nuud*. but aho states dial it is unlike!) tout4«* at tWI “Ik bile we would like to ace a Greek Row esnub*shed funding tor a like thai would have to comr (tutti die- Hah vidua! chapters, then don** wa! their hat caca! ut ganef a tions Gi»«tt today s ciuuutn) and usher (title**. I doubt thai the moue) can he rainl by Mud of our fiasco* ues.' Stuart mid Siuuei posited ut* that while lf*. ikSMMtM off ices cf titan) blk I ss*un ues have indscaied they would sup pun corallin.tsun of new houses wench could he a part of aGreek Row. fraternity national olflees have gene' ally been unsupportive of the idea. The report makes several rccom ntemlatious aimed at improving rela tiotishtps between Greeks arni their neighbors, including encouraging Greek housing ne ai campus but away from well-established residential neighborhoods, requiring alcohol awareness seminars for Greek organizations and establishing better mom toting systems for alcohol use at par tics. imposing curfews on house par tics of I am. on Saturdays and midnight Sunday through Friday arid requiring litter cleanup immediately following apart). Other rccommendattiwts include: • Opening doors for better pan ic tpa • lion by minority students in the SWI Greek system* and establishing a con turning series of sensitivity training sessions iii focus on diversity, cultural appreciation, multicultural compt fence and Icailcrship in a multicultural environment, • A self study by the university and the Otcck system every three years to determine the quality of Greek life on campus, The results would be reviewed by the SW I* Student Affairs Do nu ut and Greek leadership and corrective action would he impi? teemed as needed • A ledoohbng of university -dont to make clear us absolute zero toter ante pulley for hazing in any form • A substantial commiuneiu by the university to faculty members who verse and become actively utvolved as advisors to organization* Advisors would be eciigmzcd and rewarded ft* providing this mud! nmfrd dirndl cion in out-of-class student development • Fjk our aging all SW I Greek or ga m/auton* to become involved ut local philanthropy project* and volunteer to the community. LIVING TRUSTS Everything you always wanted to know but were afraid to ask about: • Probate • Wills • Living Trusts • Estate Taxes • Catastrophic Illness • Durable Power of Atty. • Living Wills • Conservatorship • Right to Die All of these questions and many more will be answered at a Tree Seminar presented by Security Benefits, Inc Thursday morning. August I, 1991 at 10 00 AM To be held in the meeting room at the Holiday Inn located at 1 T*> and Hwy 46 Bring a friend* ‘No reservations required* Morning: 10-11 AM, Afternoon: 2-3 PM, Evening: 7-8 PM Limited Lifetime Warranty J on pads or shoes    | I I I Per axle I I Semi metallic A    I Hubbed Axles extra    I 95 includes up to on# pound of Irsnn check for leaks, A/C systems cheek 95 additional freon ^    ■ extra if needed With this ad EXPIRES 8/31/91 189 H 35 West 620-7227 Vote- Elect DHOADC TV interiors WINDOW FASHION SALG FREE NS LEO M. 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