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1 USF -St. Petersburg Wednesday February 16, 1994 Vol. 1, No::. 1' row's Scuttlebutt Impertinent questions: ' Wouldn't you have loved to have gone for a dip in the pool last week? Which part of the phrase "South Florida" do the folks who keep the pool closed while the temperatures edge toward 90 not understand? Think of the hundred million Americans who can't go swimming right now because they're too busy shoveling snow or chipping away ice. Would they want us to squander this weather? Is life so short that people have to cut through a corner gas station just to avoid a red light? When will the roving campus police crack down on the smoker who uses the second.floor Coquina Hall restroom? Are citizens ansts permissible on campus? Where have all the flowers gone, long time passing? Why did the taxpayers foot the bill for the USF Bayboro sign/traffic island in front of Davis Hall only to have it ripped out and the roadway spray painted? Will there it the addition of four extra parking spaces? Do we really need the space that much? Do two-day old Valentines count the same as those that arrive on time? If not, why not? Isn't love supposed to be forever? Can reduced-price Valentines Day candy be used in Easter baskets? Who put the lang in the lang-a-dang-a-dang? Is the campus so big that the university police need golf carts to get from point A to point B? Or are the golf carts used in case of a high speed chase? In which case, what would be the point? Other than for corralling opossums, how useful are these carts? Speaking of opossum, did you see the one that got away? Sojourning The Imperial Order of Bovine Sojourners sets sail on its first trip of the semester. Cows come home to campus By Christine Shia A new disease is spreading fast among St. Petersburg students: the anthrax epidemic. It is highly contagious to anyone who comes into contact with The Imperial Order of Bovine Sojourners. Wondering what anthrax is? It's hoofand-mouth disease. What The Imperial Orde:r: of Bovine Sojourners is, is a little harder to answer. It began last November, when three students, Chris Holzwart, Dave Brodosi and Johnny Scheuren were chewing the cud and trying to decide what to do for winter break.. "We were saying, what if... what if we went somewhere, and who would we go with...," Holzwart said. ".Then, we thought: what if we had a club, and what would we call it... the object in the beginning was just to be as peculiar as possible, and to be as different from anyone else as we could be." They settled on The Imperial Order of Bovine Sojourners. A club dedicated to education and outdoors - with three presidents, nine senate members, an Imperial Tax Collector, a Minister of Propaganda and the Bovine Queen Mother. Scheuren laughed as he thought about it. Sea COWS, page 3 Shell. -. Island bound By Peter Angelo The brave crew of the Bovine Sojourners 1eft the USF docks on the Jan. 28 weekend and sailed into the cold foggy afternoon bound for adventure on the open seas. Captain David Brodosi, along with Chris Holzwart, and Johnny Scheuren led their fellow club members and other assorted adv.entures on an overnight trip to Peter Angelo recounts the gripping saga of the Bovine Sojourners' first sea odyssey. Shell Island.. Slowly they crept through the fog, searching for deep water channels and the shrouded shell covered island of their dreams. Battering winds made steering a challenge Sea LOG, page 3 "" Bayboro grass is always greener By Ola Seifert A 68-acre campus produces a lot of grass to mow, and for landscaping supervisor Charlie Janis and his four groundskeepers, that doesn't leave much time for planting flowers. "I know the upper echelon wishes we had more flowers like the Tampa campus, and I really like flowers," Jan is said. "But there just isn't enough time." In 1976, the USF campus consisted of two buildings, and Janis was the only landscaping employee. He mowed the grass, repaired the sprinklers and maintained the flower beds and trees surrounding Building A and Building B. With the recent addition of the Snell House, the campus has grown to include 13 buildings, each surrounded by grass and a sprinkler system. Also, over the years, the city has purchased several parcels of land bordering the campus and, in the past year alone, has donated 42 lots to the university to accommodate future expansion. This effort has helped enlarge the overall campus from eight to 68 acres, 42 acres of which are or will be landscaped.. "Now, all the new vacant lots are supposed to be Sea SCAPE, page 2

2 Chinese celebrate Year of the-dog Flotsam & Jetsam 6- Members of the Philadelphia Phillies and the Toronto Blue Jays will play ir:j a USF -Aiumni Association Celebrity Golf Tournament at 1 p:m. Feb. 28 at East Lake Woodlands Country Club. The "Dollars for Scholars" event will raise money for minority scholarships at USF. The fee is $125 per player ($500 corporate team). Call Lisa Wharton at for more details. & The Association of Black Students will sponsor Movi.e Night at the Campus Activities Center to help celebrate African American History Month. Showtimes are from 7-10 p.m. "Sarafina" will be shown Friday, Feb. 18 and ' Malcolm X" will be shown Feb. 25. Admission is free and popcorn and soda will be on sale. By Michelle Lawson sen ted. bration. "The fireworks are a spiritual sym- Chinese people from all over the world will be setting off fireworks to take part in the celebration of the Lunar New Year, marking the beginning of the "Year of the Dog.". bol to ward off the evil spirits and to bring good fortune in the new year," says Liu. "Most Chinese people approach theses traditions knowing they re superstitions and nothing bad BY THE BAY "The dog is associated with loyalty, honesty and good, strong characteristics," says Dr.' Scott Liu, USF assistant professor. Twelve different animals are on the Chinese calendar, each year a different animal is repre- "I think it will be a good year, although not a very colorful, exciting year," says Liu. "The year of the dog tends to be more calm and more peaceful where nothing too unusual is expected to happen. It will be the year to try and maintain stability rather than try to come out with new innovated ideas." Dancing, playing games, eating and the setting off of fireworks are a large part of the New Year's eve cele- USF-Bayboro students sit along the wall and enjoy the 80 weather rcently. SCAPE continued from page 1 planted with grass to create a park-like setting," Janis said. This will further increase the.amount of mowing to be done. Last summer, before the most recent campus expansion, it took three groundskeepers mowing on a full-time basis to keep the grass trimmed. One 'reason the crew spends so much time mowing, Janis said, is because the universityinsists he plant a St. Augustine. variety of turf grass called. Floratam. "It's a high maintenance grass," he said. "You have to water it a lot.to keep it alive. If it's alive you have to cut it, and we cut -it once a week during the summer.". Beginning their work day at 7 a.m., the groundskeepers cut the grass using a tractor with a mowing blade attached, two 50-inch cut mowers and two self-propelled push mowers. The landscaping crew also sprays the grass for insects, Janis said. "Because.we don't want students sitting down in a 'bed of fire ants." And seeing the students sitting on the grass is one of the scenes 'Janis said he enjoys niost about his job.. "Generally, we get g6od comments about how tl:le campus looks," Janis said. "And we even won an award one year for landscaping of a public building." And as to flowers? "What we can do always boi'ls down to a questio n of time," he said. "There's just never enough of it." is associated." "Sometimes good things do come out of the-traditions because in a way it provides some sort of direction for people and gives a sense of priority," says Liu. Student.. to lecture Special to The Crow's Nest USF-Bayboro political science major Christopher Eckhardt' was part of a panel on censorship held on the USF-Tampa campus February 14. Eckhardt, a plaintiff in Tinker v. Des Moines, will also be a guest lecturer on student tights to be held from 2-5 p.m. February 22 in PED 113 on the Tampa campus, as parf of the co ur s, American Rights Struggles: , taught by Sandra A. Garcia. Women' s month.set A series of lectures, exhibits, films and activities will be held on campus this semester in recognition of National Women's History Month. Planning and funding for these programs comes from a variety of sources including the " Cultural iversity Cof!Imittee, Campus Lecture Series, campus Women's Collective, Academic Frontiers lecture series, Counseling and Career Center, and the S t. Petersburg Chamber of Commerce.. The sche duie -of events includes: A femi nist theater. pro graj1'1,: "Sis.ters; Let Us Remember," combining women's politics and spirituality through. dramatic ' reading, interpretative dance and music by Goddess Productions at noon Friday;. Feb. 18 in Davis 108. A performance art poem, "A.Woman Sez," by Gianna Russo and Phyllis Taylor at 5 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 25 at the Campus Activities Center. For more details and information on campus events during women's history month, contact Lisa Whton at "".: -.\

3 cows continued from page 1 "The name- no one can take seriously," he said. "It translates to the traveling bulls. We travel on our stomachs. It's anything the club members want to do - but it must be related to education and the outdoors. However, sometimes that relation runs pretty thin." Like the hockey game they are planning to watch in order to "further the understanding of Canadian culture." The club is a not a bunch of bull. The club is legitimate, and it is endeavoring to serve a real purpose. "If you like going sailing, we do that. If you like going scuba diving or snorkeling - we do something like that," Brodosi said. "We try to work with other clubs and be universal." The reason they have three presidents, Scheuren said, is to avoid having the agenda for the club dominated by the ideas of a president and vice president. The Bovine Sojourners is by the Sojourners and for the Sojourners. Jim Schnur, a faculty sponsor who works in the library and chairs the lecture series, thinks the club can be greatly beneficial to the campus community. "It's an opportunity to network with other clubs.and organizations," Schnur said. "One of the things you find in colleges is a lot of student apathy. This is a way to curtail student apathy. Get students involved in something-give them an exposure to the history that's around them by going on a trip. It's more than just something to put on your resume, that you were in a club--it's a holistic approach. A lot of students come here for only one night a week. and they disappear for the rest of the week. If we can provide them a vehicle where there is a variety of opportunities, then it gives them some other ways of networking within the student body." Over 75 people have responded to the club which meets every Friday on the pool deck by the Bayboro cafeteria from noon-1 p.m. The interest level surprised Scheuren. "We thought we'd get a lot of people frm the Century Club and the Geography Clubbut we're getting people from out of nowhere," he said. "We've had people walk off the street- it gives us the opportunity to expose a lot of people to the activities here on campus." Jackie Jasiota, The Bovine Queen Mother, was enthusiastic about the response. "The more people that we have, the moi:e potential we have for discounts and more travel," Jasiota said. "The more travel we do, the more benefits we can.receive from travel agencies.". Although Jackie's not overwhelmed. by her title in the club, she really enjoys the club's approach. "You can get together and know other people on a different level," she said. Among the activities planned are a bike trip around Tyrone, a lecture on marine life, a camping trip on Shell Isle, a spelunking trip to Alabama and, between semesters during the first week of May, a trip to Venezuela. The prospect of Venezuela came up when Scheuren 's brother had visited there for a wedding, and found out the roundtrip tickets could be obtained for around $200. "The emphasis is nobody has any money," Holzwart said.the club strives to get reasonably inexpensive activities together for students. Club members participte in only the activities they want, and can feel free to suggest any activities that haven't been covered. The Bovine Sojourner's Club is open to anyone and everyone. Sign-ups are held at the Recreation Office. And where will they go from here? "We hope to spread the epidemic - hit the Tampa campus next, and may.be Sarasota," Holzwart said. What to do with those empties By Leigh Griffiths What do beer bottles, USF, benches and shoes all have in common? Recycling, of course. Through the Campus Activity Center's Recycling Program, it's possible to bring recyclables to class and drop them off virtually anywhere on campus. Items that may be dropped off include aluminum, plastic, glass, office paper, newspaper, and com- puter paper. The CAC has a resource library that includes information on local recycling programs, brochures from national and international wildlife organizations, articles about the about the recent Earth Summit in Brazil, the Cousteau Log, and books including "Fifty Simple Things You Can do to Save the Earth." Drop-off points -include: Davis Hall Lobby - aluminum cans, glass, plastic. CAC: aluminum cans, glass, plastic, newspaper, office paper.. Davis Hall computer room: office paper, computer paper, newspaper. Coquina Dining Hall: aluminum, cans, glass, plastic. Davis Hall copy rooms: office paper,-computer paper, newspaper. Marine Science copy. room: office paper, computer paper, newspaper. Poynter Library copy room: Office paper, computer paper, newspaper. There also are collection sites for aluminum cans at the swimming pool and upstairs in Coquina Han and LOG continued from page 1 for hours. Brodosi, skipper of the Misty Shadow, finally got his heading set and kept it steady for three hours. First Mate Scheuren sat spe11bound, staring at the water until he noticed something strange. "Captain," he said. His voice strangely calm and menacing. "Yes.Johnny," responded Captain Dave. "Urn, I don't think we've been moving for a while. I think we're stuck on the bottom." And so it was. The heading never veered as the water lapped up against the side of the vessel. The fog obscuring from view any landmark that would reveal their position. Tiie crew moved to the bow of the boat and lifted her off the sand back safely into the channel. They crept onward toward the Tierra Verde Bridge until it appeared out of the fog. As they approached the rising span an alarm went off. The bridge was stuck and evasive action was accomplished just in time. The Misty Shadow circled the dark water waiting for safe passage. The fear of unseen vessels cruising the intercoastal stayed in the back of everyone's mind. That terror of the deep, a ship as big as a building looming out of the fog with no time to get' out of the way and only a bare hope of sul'viving the crushing momentum of steel and water. They survived again. The bridge opened and on the crew sailed. It was dark by now and the island was nothing more than blackness enshrouded in fog. The crew displayed their sailing ability and their courage. They found the island and landed safely after only six hours. Now the fun began. They pitched tents and prepared their camp for the night. A few members went exploring around the island and came upon some strange creatures. A herd of screaming, wailing teenagers from some alien part of the world was cam ped nearby. Beer, pulsating rock music, and other unmentionable activities were reported. Some of the crew joined in the primitive ceremony and were not seen again until long after daylight. The rest of the band of merry sailors stayed in camp and slept with the sourid of rain falling on the canvas. The return trip to the Bayboro Campus took only two hours. The memories will last forever. Deadline for March 2 issue of The Crow's Nest' February 23 at 5 p.m.

4 t l [! I L I, I. & God bless this campus. God bless this country. God bless us, everyone. Students at USF-Bayboro should know that they live in one of the freest intellectmil environments anywhere on this planet. Your leader, Dean H. William Heller, is committed to the ideals and principles set forth in the First Amendment. Here is a man willing to stand up for what is right, to stare down the repugnant beast of intellectual oppression in defi.ance of current trends. Everywhere else in this country, university presidents are caving in to special interest groups who don't like what they read in campus newspapers. Not here, bunky: Heller has drawn a line in the newsprint. After reading a guest column in The Crow's Nest, Heller reportedly called the author- former editor Bob Whitby - to relate his feelings on the First Amendment. It seems the dean is a free speech advocate, so they'll be no subverting the work of our Founding Fathers in the name of political correctness. And if you happen to read something in the paper you don't like, don't even try to pull that throw-away-all-the-papers trick, a Ia the University of Pennsylvania. You'll have Heller to answer to. And while he seems like a mild-mannered scholar, Heller is doggedly determined to fight the good fight. At a previous job, he refused to remove a student painting some people on campus found offensive. The school lost some funding, he said, but it gained respect. The lost dollars were eventually replaced by those who love liberty. ' So next time you pass Dean Heller in the hallway, pause to shake his hand. And thank him for being a True American Hero. fnions Who's going to take the blame? For those of you with noses buried in school books and not tuned into the news, Mrs. Bobbitt, of bedroom Ginsu fame, was actually found not guilty of malicious wounding. The Menendez trial, which should have been an open and shut case, has turned into a five-month long fiasco. Where are the laws of this country going? There were no reservations or apprehensions that Bobbitt and the Menendez duo were the perpetrators. A crime had taken place in each instance. Were the laws that we live by meant to be selective? Unfortunately, often at the expense of the innocent, the law is subject to an opinion by those not fit to do so. What kind of mentality has become ingrained in today's juries? Hopefully it will be contained in California. Take a look at the precedents now being set. Lorena Bobbitt may have been consic;iered berserk, but she was guilty without a doubt. Though acts may be performed against us, are we to follow the precedent now set and seek retribution outside the courts? After all, I was temporarily unbalanced.. Is 1{ptmHVfS Austin Fall this interpretation of the law now sanctioning revenge? Insane or not, the law was violently broken. The outcome of the Menendez scenario was unimaginable until the recent jury decisions. Sixteen shotgun blasts to massacre their parents, and not a solid murder conviction. Call me old fashioned, but I don't think I could have soothed my grief due to alleged years of abuse the way Lyle did.. The young Menendez was so upset about blasting his mom and dad away that he spent $15,000 on Rolex watches and $70,000 on a Porsche. It's. amazing what kind of healing properties an expensive car can have on such a psychological wound. What' going on with society? Why have we sterilized our vernacular to assist blame avoidance? There was a time when drug abusers were called junkies and addicts. Today criminals are offenders, as if they have merely had an etiquette faux pas. Where has our courage gone to assign blame? Whatever you do nowadays is justifiable. No matter how absurd.:.._ actually the more the better- those at the. forefront of the therapy culture will rationalize it. Don't worry about responsibility, blame your family for screwing up your life. The result: a murderer is not always a murderer anymore. What kind of verdict do you think Charles Manson might get today? I would wager, though fearfully, that he would go free. What has been causing over 20,000 deaths a year by violent means in the U.S.? Poverty, inequality, guns? During the Depression there were more of each, and the crime statistics were comparably lower. What Americans had back then, that is at loss today, is a sense of shame. Moral issues were black and white and not tranquilizing, ethics-numbing hues of grey. Gee whiz Wally; maybe that is the true travesty. Searching for today's classics Recently, a friend and I were discussing books when she asked what I thought of "The Firm." What an expression of surprise I received when I replied that I quit after eight pages. "But it was so good," she said. Good compared to what, I asked her. The plot and conclusion were simple for me to predict. I'd read them before. The story may have been presented in a different way, maybe a few unexpected descriptions or situations, but it would be like having turkey salad, turkey tacos, turkey a Ia king,. etc. the.entire week after Thanksgiving. No matter how the meal is dressed up, it's still the same bird I've been eating every night. She did agree with this analogy and the discussion continued about the talent of today's writers. We began trying to recollect any modem authors who could compare with someone like Charles Dickens. We were on our way to a dinner with others and during the course of the evening the topic sur- e Derry l. Riquelme faced again. And - like my friend and myself- no one could come up with a writer who is destined to write classics, such as the ones from the past. Unfortunately it is the literary world that is ruining itself. A few authors have come out with a first release bestseller, somethig that is fresh, intriguing, moving; but these people who have talent,' who have stories to tell forget that creating takes time. They forget the art of writing and get caught up in time limits and publishing pressure. Writing has stopped being an art and has become a prosperous business venture. A classic writer puts down on paper a story he is compelled for no. extrinsic reason to write. Today's books are tainted. Authors are pushed and tempted by advance payments, screenplay deals, royalties, et al. Hopefully, some writers will break out of the "fortunes for fables" trap, and authors again will begin writing to write, not writing to become wealthy. Dickens himself could never have defended his writing as a way to exce sive wealth. He may have made mone through his books, but never enough t quit his day-job. He wrote for the sam reason a true artist creates - he had something he needed to produce, regardless of the success or failure it could bring him. Opinion Pieces All students, faculty and staff are encouraged to write guest columns, letters to the editors and opinion pieces for The Crow's Nest in the effort to engage in a meaningful discourse around campus. All submissions must include th1 name and signature of the author a well as a phone number for verifi- '--

5 7flalking 7he Plank The personification of perseverance Tonya Harding has more heart than any individual I can think of at this moment. In the face of relentless media pressure she has managed to remain focused on her goal of skating for an Olympic gold medal. Her fierce determination, her apparent will of steel, and her self discipline defies the stereotype of feminine weakness. The issues surrounding the incident transcend skating, the Olympics and even any of the individuals. The most important issue of course, is whether Harding had anything to do with the planning of the attack on skating competitor Nancy Kerrigan. I don't think she is guilty. I believe that her former husband is an obsessively abusive male who is actually willing to do a little jail time in order to destroy Harding's entire life's work to keep control over her. Her success threatened his ability to manipulate her. She has, through her skating, been able to escape the abusive poverty of her youth. His hold on her weakened with every step toward Olympic fame. A gold medal would provide her with the ability to be totally independent and free of his domination. Even if he was able to brutalize her into cooperating with such a plan, she is more victim than perpetrtor. From what I have seen and heard he is fully capable of doing anything to maintain a hold on Harding. Even something as stupid e Peter Angelo and destructive as setting her up to appear guilty just to prevent her from achieving her dream and creating a life for herself that would not include him. Unfortunately the other issues surrounding this affair tend to blur the facts. The other issues are: the tabloid mentality of the media, the prosecutorial abuse of the plea bargain process that rewards perjury, the huge money interests surrounding the Olympics that must surely be drooling over the ratings that a competition between the two skaters will guarantee, and finally the indisputable fact that we are finally entrenched in an age that rewards winning at any cost. We see everyday in a thousand ways that there is no right or wrong - there is only what you can get away with. Harding is a living symbol of all that is wrong with the world as well as a symbol of the power of the human spirit to persevere. As this story is played out this month we will all be watching and waiting to see who cracks first. Who wins and who loses. The drama is certain to capture the attention of the whole world. The pressure on both young skaters boggles the imagination. It has become a no win situation for Harding and a no lose situation for Kerrigat:t. If she falls down the injury will be blamed. If she skates flawlessly the crowd will explode. If Harding falls, it will be blamed on her guilt. If she skates flalessly, she will be called hard and ruthless. If one of the otlier comptitors wins, then the medal will be tarnished by speculation and questions over the effect of the controversy on the judges. In the end the only winners will be the money interests that profit from the high ratings the competition is certain to attract. The media will chew up and devour all of the players and move on to the next scandal for profit. If nothing else, I hope Harding finally frees herself from _tqat abusive ex-husband of hers and gets on with her life. Her destruction would be his victory. The cover of this week's 1V Guide display$ the slender, graceful image of Kerrigan. She embodies the ideal image the American media prefers. She is more suited to chiffon. and lace than the pugnacious Harding. She.,. embodies the pit bull determination and winat-all-cost mentality that is the underbelly of the American spirit and may be what has really made this c>untry the dominant force in the world it surely is. It is also the part that no one wants to admit to. Be he.ever so humble, there' no one like Noam The award-winning Cana- Chomsky, he has been a path- attention it deserved. The Canadian filmmakers set to dian documentary Manufact- breaking scholar in linguistics e book review editor spike<;! it, work on a documentary on uring Consent: Noam Chom- since the 1950s, focusing on saying "Why should I publish Chomsky's political thought sky and the Media makes its how the human brain devel- Dennis Hans a review of someone who and media critique. eter Bay area debut Sunday, Feb. ops the capacity for lan guage. attacks my own paper?" Wintonick and Mark Achbar 27 at 2 p.m. at the Tampa Now 65, he continues to most influential anti-war Chomsky is inter-viewed gathered scores of clips from Theatre. The screening is a teach, publish, lecture, and intellectual. Yet despite his widely on TV and radio in interv-iews, speeches and benefit for WMNF (88.5 on direct the linguistics program notoriety and extraordinary foreign lands and his political debates spanning more than the FM dial), Tampa's listen- at MIT. communication skills, books and articles are trans- 20 years. They whittled this er-supported community radio For his professional work Chomsky was-and is-a vir- lated into numerous Ian- down to two-and-one-half station. Admission is $5. he has been called "arguably tual nonentity in the main- guages. In' 1988, he gave a hours interspersed with a few Bayboro students who took the most important intellectu- stream media. With rare. series of lectures on "Thought skits and bits of levity, and American Foreign Policy last al alive." For his political exceptions, over the past thir- Control in Democratic called it Manufacturing fall will remember Chomsky activism he has been called ty years the establishment Societies" over the radio air- Consent: Noam Chomksy and as the co-author (with Edward ''America's leading dissi- press, television and radio waves of the Canadian the Media. S. Herman) of one of the dent"- as well as numerous have not solicited his views. Broadcasting Corporation. Released in the fall of course texts, The Washington unprintable things. (A couple of cable exceptions And while the New York 1992, it soon broke box office Connection and Third World Chomsky has been an out- include recent" appearances on Times and other media giants records in Canada for a docu- Fascism. Published in 1979, it spoken critic of American for- C-SPAN and CNBC's pretended The Washington mentary. It has won II awards documents U.S. efforts to eign policy since 1964, when Donahue and Pozner.) Connection did not exist, the at film festivals around the undermine democratic gov- he came out against the Major papers often refuse leading newsweekly of world and has.been sold to emments in the developing Vietnam War. In the years that to review his books. The only Canada, Maclean's, hailed it television in 13 countries. world while installing and/or followed he devoted virtually, one to commission a review as "brilliant and devastating..:. Suncoast residents can see supporting tyrannical ones, as all of his free time to writing, of The Washington Chomsky and Herman destroy what all the fuss is about Feb. well as the news media's role talking, organizing and Connection was Chomsky's any comfortable post- 27. in downplaying or disguising demonstrating against the hometown Boston Globe. Watergate illusions about the these facts, portraying the war. His provocative essays in "This is an important book press being tough and inves- Dennis Hans is an adjunct U.S. instead as a dedicated the New YorkReviewofBooks which, if its thesis is correct, tigativat least when it instructor at SPJC. He taught defender of democracy and reached a small but elite audi- will not get the attention it comes to American foreign the American Foreign Policy human rights. ence and helped earn deserves," the critique began. policy." course at Bayboro mentioned For those unfamiliar with Chomsky a reputation as the Even the review didn't get the In 1987, two young in the article.

6 -- -- hore Army recruiter livi<ng.good life.--- Bayboro Regatta slated U SF- St. Petersburg hosts the 11th Annual Bayboro Windship Regatta Saturday, April 2. This race, featuring cruising and spinnaker class yachts, will leave Haney Landing and race off to the Pier. Festivities on the USF campus will include a Safe Boating Presentation, Easter Fest for children, live entertainment and boating displays. After the race, events will -feature a pool party with food, entertainment and an awards ceremony. For more information call USF-St. Petersburg Recreation Department at By Jckie Bishop "I guess they made me the Poster Child for the Army," said Staff Sgt. Jessie Bates. He's referring to his picture, which is plastered all over-the Bayboro Campus on recruitment- fliers. Whoever decided to put his face there made a good choice. Bates, 26 is an Army success story. He's the product of a program he believes in, and his job is getting others to take advantage if ot, too. A ative of St. Petersburg and graduate of.northeast High School, Bates attended Central.Texas College and got his degree in. 1993, while still on active duty. The Army paid 75 prcent of his tuition, and he 'II have $1 7,000 coming to him at the end of his enlistment. Throw in a very happy marriage along the way, and Bates.has every reason to believe that it just doesn't get any better than this.. Recruiting is tough, he said,. but he chose it because of all the Army has to offer. Reductions in the size of the armed forces might mean that the Marines are looking for a few less good men, but the Army, according to its Tyrone Station staff, still has some critical personnel needs: The training and scholarships offered are so good in some fields, said Bates, that "turnover is a problem." People enlist do their two-year hitch, then take the money and run. "Typically, many people get specialized training and then leave the service for places like Student rocks on By Benjamin Harper If fame is everyone's goal, then Gina Vivinetto, a new student at USF's Bayboro campus, has already achieved it Vivinetto, a junior majoring in English Literature, first gained attention with her local band Bu_llwinkle. She was the lead singer for Bullwinkle and sang to packed and enthusiastic crowds for years. Bullwinkle won Best New Band award from Creative Loafing in 1991 and Vivinetto won Best New Female Singer from Factsheet Five. The band also was reviewed favorably in Alternative Press, a national magazine. "We just won tons of awards and everyone really liked us, but we sucked," said Vivinetto in a phone interview. Due to personal differences, Bullwinkle broke up recently, leaving Vivintto open to use her creativty more freely. Last year Vivinetto,.f!em Popkin and Tom Roe, co-owner of Blue Chair Records in Ybor City, collaborated on creating a CD sampler of local bands called "Tampa Sucks." This CD featured a plethora of local talent from all sides of the music scene from punk to rap. The CD created quite a stir both locally and nationally. Billboard magazine reviewed the CD and said that it. was fresh and showed greaf variety. Its main point, though, was that Vivinetto was the next Juliana Hatfield. Vivinetto also has formed a new band, Oh My Stars. She and people from the local band Home formed Oh My Stars a few months ago and have played at Blue Chair several times. "I've been on racljo and on TV and I'm really famous and evrybody loves me!" Vivinett<;> said jokingly. Music is not the only thing at which Vivinetto excels. She also is an accomplished poet who has won the Three Birds Books Poetry Slam contest. IBM," Bates said." So we have to keep refilling those posi, tions." "The specialties that need recruits are always changing," said Sgt. De La Cruz, Bate's fellow recruiter at Tyrone. "Right now, it's military intelligence," but as Bates adds, "You've gotta be squeakyclean." Often the openings are for medical or para-medical specialities, electronics and communications. Since these are the most popular areas with people seeking training, these tum over the fastest. Both Bates and De La Cruz have stories of people they recruited who found a good life in the Army. In both cases, their favorite success story involves a woman. "We are recruiting more women than in the past, now that more positions are open to them. But right now we need to get more information out there," Bates said. "Then the response will be even better." He recently received a ietter and a picture from a young woman he recruiteci who has now completed basic t raining. On leave at Cliristmas, she came back to thank him for nudging her into her new career. " I feel good about that," Bates sa.id. "She graduated from Lakewood High School, but came from a broken home and had it pretty rough coming up. She feels good about herself now, she's really happy. I've been in the Army eight yeats now, and that's why I stay in recruiting." LOCAL SEAGULLS enjoy the 80 + winter. temperatures recently at the USF-Bayboro swimming pool, which is closed to students until the weather improves.

7 Information Systems.Association ISA will meet Mondays at 5 p.m. in Davis I 08. The software seminars this semester will e: Word Perfect, Feb. 19. To sign up for ny seminar or updated seminar schedule, please see the board in the computer lab. Student Business Association The Student Business Association welcomes you to our next meeting Tuesday, March L We are pleased to have tax accountant Lynn Crall from Anchor Hocking come in for a discussion concerning tax accounting. The meeting will be held at 4:30p.m. in Davis I08. There will not be an SBA meeting Marchi5. Imperial Order of Bovine Sojourners This new club has been formed as a travel and history club and they plan to take monthly trips around Florida and the world. For membership information, call the Recreation Office at Sailing Club The USF-Bayboro Sailing Club has announced its spring semester schedule. Meetings will be March 4, March 25, April 8 and April 22. All gen.eral meetings will be at 5:30 p.m. in the Bayboro Cafe. Food and refreshments will be served. The Sailing Club also has planned as events: a sail-out to Snell Island in February, a work day on Haney Landing in February, a 1 p.m. inter-club work day on Haney Landing In preparation for the Windship Regatta folloed by a meeting and pool barbeque for all clubs, an adv_anced sailing clinic March 25, the 1994 Bayboro Windship Regatta April 2 and a. year-end banquet. All questions about the sailing club c an be directed to Scott or Suzanne at Student Government dent government information, please refer to the SG's_display case in the student lounge. Student Education Association If you are in the College of Education, you will not want to miss our next meeting. Gene Olson from the Marine Science Center at USF will be our guest speaker to discuss strategies on how to teach science, particularly about space. Science can and should be an interesting subject for students. If you want to know how to engage students and keep them interested, and what materials you might use in your curriculum, come and listen to our guest. Feel free to bring in any questions you might have about teaching space. Not only will he present his strategies, but he will also have with him a full table of materials to display and manipulate. You will not want to miss this meeting. The date to remember is March 3, at noon to 12:45 in Davis 219. Remember we will be serving light refreshments. Student Council for Exceptional Children The SCEC continues to work hard on its fund raising. The car wash held Jan. 22 was a huge success. SCEC would like to thank McDonalds in Rutland Plaza. for the use of the water and parking lot. SCEC also thanks the.the people who washed all the cars: Cindy Nedick and her daughter, Lorna. Cole, Debbie Robertson, Tracey Sanders, Joe Brown, Mark Lindsey, Tonya Forrester, SCEC adviser Kim Stoddard and all the SCEC officers. More car washes are scheduled from II a.m. to 3 p.m Feb. 19, March 5 and Mch 19 at the same McDonalds.-Cost is a donation. SCEC held its first rumage sale Feb. 5. It went so well, the club plans to continue this fundraising activity. SCEC would like to thank its advisers, Kim Stoddard. and Eleanor Guetzloe and Mary Ann Harrell from the education office for their donations. For donating time and material, SCEC thanks Julie Scarmalis;Joe Brown, Jan Ostiots, Jody Hooks, Tina Gipner, Debbie Robertson, Student government president Erik Bigalke donated blood recently to the community blood bank sponsored by the Marine Science Re.search lfltitute. 1J 0 "0 0 < Student government will be holding its third meeting at _4:45 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 23, in Room 133 at the Campus Activities Center. The meeting is open to the campus community. For more stuhad Tracey and Barry Sanders, and the SCEC officers. Special thanks is given to Julie Illg's husband for allowing his garage to be used as storage space. SCEC thanks all who attended its first meeting. The turnout was terrific. Next meeting is from 4:30-5:30 p.m. Feb. 19. Refreshments will be served. February is membership month. Membership forms will be available at the meeting. The new.t-shirts, "Bridging the Gap Between regular and Special Education," have arrived. Cost is $8.60. Orders can be placed with Anne Pekrul, Campus Women_'s C_ollective The Campus Women's Collective will host "Sisters, Let us Remember," a performance by the feminist theater group, Goddess Productions, from noon to 1 p.m. Friday, Feb. 18 in Davis I 08. The program combines women's politics and spirituality and includes dramatics reading, interpretive dance, drumming and flute music. The CWC will host the reception prior to Sue V. Rosser's lecture, "Female-Friendly Science: Gender Bias in Schooling," at 5:30p.m. Feb. 28 in the CAC. A planning.meeting will be held from 4-5 p.m. March 2 in the CAC club room. A Sail-Out for : Women will be held March 5 sponsored by the.cwc and the UF Watercraft Department. To register call 89;39597 '. ' -... American Association of College Women The American Association of College Women will hold its next meeting Saturday, Feb. 26 at the Piccadily Cafeteria, th St. N. Elaine Liepshutz, historian, is scheduled t speak on "Fun and Frustrations of Teaching Our Descendants about the Past." The AAUW endeavofs to' enable college women to continue their intellectual growth, to further the advanceme11t of women and, through community involvemen, help to jmprove society. All college graduates are encouraged to join. Membership director is Betty Barnes, Undergraduates are invited to attend the meetings. Exhibit to explore cultural diversity Special to the Crow's Nest An opening reception for the " Action Frees Yo!Jr Dreams" art exhibit. ill be held at 5 p.m. Feb. 24 in the Campus Activities Center confernce room. Prizes in the "best of" categories of poetry; photography, fictc:>n/prose, and drawing/painting will be awardeo. j ;.- v Poets Gianna Russo and Phyliss Taylor will perform "A Woman Se.z," a piece that explores the relationship between black and white women. The event, sponsored by the Culture Diversity Committee, is open to the campus community. The art exhibit will be on display in the Ppynter Library Feb. 25 through April 1.

8 ..,. eampusog WEDNESDAY, February 16 The symposium lecture, "The Role of Music and Dance in the Liberation Struggle in South Africa," will be given by Stanford G. Mukasa at noon in Davis 130. The symposium slide presentation/lecture, "South Africa:. A World in One Country," by Julian Harrison will be held at 7 p.m. in Davis 130. THURSDAY, February 17 Ben Johnson will present the slide/lecture, "Angiboni Nininini: Won't be long, not long," at noon in Davis 130. The Marine Science lecture, "Global Marine Biological Diversity - A Strategy for Building Conservation into Decision Making," by Elliot A. Norse will be at 6:30p.m. in Davis 130. FRIDAY, February 18 The Symposium on South Africa dinner will be held at.6 p.m. in the Campus Activities Center. Call the CAC at for tickets. The Campus Women's Collective will host "Sisters, Let us Remember," a performance by the feminist theater group, Goddess Productions, from noon to 1 p.m. in Davis 1 Q8. SATURDAY, February 19 The Family Fest, "Snakes Alive," program will be held at 10 a.m. in the Campus Activities Center. The "Religion and the Social Order," conference will continue through Tuesday. Contact the Department of Religious Studies for more information. MONDAY, February 21 Reducing Test Anxiety workshop will be given by the Counseling and Career Center from 4-6 p.m. This workshop will explain techniques that lower anxiety during and enhance concentration during exams. The Academic Frontier panel, "Must We Bus?" will be moderated by Darryl Paulson at 6 p.m. in the Campus Activities Center. TUESDAY, February 22 The Counseling and Career Center will hold the health and wellness program: "Time Out on Tuesdays" in Davis Lobby from 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. The program will focus on emotional well being. THURSDAY, February 24 A Resume Writing Workshop will be given by the Counseling and Career Center from 4-6 p.m. Participants will learn about types of resumes, cover letters and the components of a resume. u-sf marche.rs hono r 'King By Nadine Henderson Price USF-Bayboro representatives marched in the Martin Luther King Jr. Parade, Jan. 17, in St. Petersburg in the number 63 position. Education major Amelia Fritzmeier and her aunt, Fritzi Barber (a retired nurse), carried a USF banner in front of the Largo Band of Gold, -while education major Jacquelene Douglas and Juanita Fountain, education professor and chairman of the St. Petersburg Diversity Committee, carried another USF banner just behind the band. The message, "Dr. King had a DREAM. He also had an education," was carried on a third banner by Diane McKinstry, director of the Counseling and Career Center; Nadine Henderson Price, mass communications major; Dean H. William Heller and Stephen Ritch, director of Student Affairs. Lenae Douglas, Jacquelene 's daughter, assisted Price in distributing candy and USF-Bayboro brochures to the parade crowd. Fountain had held the number 63 spot in the lineup since 10 a.m. The USF contingent slowly crept to the start of the parade lineup where they were joined by the band some three and one-half hours later McKinstry said, "The band knows two songs." But Heller said, "No, I think they know three." The crowd was four layers deep by the time they reached Sixth Street and Central Avenue. "We would need at least a thousand (USF) brochures for this crowd," Price S<}id. Participants wore USF shirts and comfortable shoes for the walk. USF at Bayboro Campus is in the process of organizing a float committee so the campus can walk again in the upcoming Festival of State Parade in March MONDAY, February 28 The Counseling and Career Center will hold an Orientation to On-Campus recruiting from noon-12:30 p.m. and from 5-5:30 p.m. An explanation of the procedures for participating in on-campus interviewing will be discussed and placement registrati<?n materials will only be distributed after a student has attended this workshop. An Interviewing Skills workshop will be held by the Counseling and Career Center from 4-6 p.m. This workshop is for students who want to learn about job interviews, pre-interview planning and resumes components. The Academic Frontiers lecture, "Female-Friendly Science: Gender Bias in Schooling," will be given by Sue Rosser at 6 p.m. in the Campus Activities Center. TUESDAY, March 1 NPR 's Susan Stamberg will speak at the Campus Activities Center at 6 p.m. The Counseling and Career Center will hold a Job Search Strategies Seminar from 4-6 p.m. Participants will learn how to structure a job search, research organizations and how to utilize the hidden job market. THURSDAY, March 3 An Orientation to On Campus Recruiting workshop will be held from noon-12:30 p.m. and from 5-5:30 p.m. Placement materials will only be given to a student after attending this seminar. MONDAY, March 7 Barry Lynn, attorney and executive director of Americans United for Separation of Church and State, will lecture on school reform at 6 p.m. arthe CAC. MONDAY,March 21 Allyson Tucker, manager of the Center for Educational Policy at the Heritage Foundation, will lecture on improving the nation's schools at 6 p.m. at the CAC. The Campus Log ccrntains upcoming events on and around campus for students to attend. To have your event included in the next issue of The Grow's Nest, type the information and drop it off at the Campus Activities Center. The deadli ne for the March 2 issue is February 23 at 5 p.m. Items will be included as space allows with the timeliness of the event being the determining factor. The CAC is located at the corner of Sixth Avenue South and Second Street. For more information call the CAC at Be a Green Jacket! Meet people; make contacts, pad your resume. Accepting applications until Feb. 17. Call for details. Be a USF Ambassador! Advertising rate cards available at the CAC

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