The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, January 25, 1983, Image 7

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J m\ Battalion/Page 7 January 25, 1983 Memorial Student Center Texas A&M University A Review of the Fall 1983 MSC Programs. . . ilobvOo* metric 4JU Cultural Programs ARTS Chairman: Todd Stansbury This committee sponsored art exhibits as well as the NTSU Jazz Band and the Deborah Hay Dance Com pany. BLACK AWARENESS Chairman: Kelsel Thompson A successful choir extravaganza entitled “Gospel- fest” where gospel choirs from several Texas universi ties participated was sponsored by this committee. They also brought several speakers and provided tutoring sessions for its members. COMMITTEE FOR AWARENESS OF MEXICAN-AMERICAN CULTURE Chairman: Deborah Molina This committee brought “Ballet Gran Folklorico de Mexico” along with a mariachi band. OPERA PERFORMING ARTS SOCIETY (OPAS) Chairman: Michael Dewey Outstanding classical entertainers such as Anna Russel, the Houston Ballet, and “1 Musici” were pre sented by this committee. High noon concert series throughout the semester were also given. TRAVEL Chairman: John Visser This committee provided two ski trips to Purgatory and Winterpark at reasonable rate's and hosted an overseas day presenting study and travel abroad op portunities. Educational Programs FREE UNIVERSITY Chairman: Paul Hoeper Country dance — jitterbug lessons, first aid, bar- tending, conversational German. . . these are just a few of the many non-credit courses this committee offered several times during the semester. GREAT ISSUES Chairman: David Franz Leading speakers on crucial issues such as Ralph Nader, Stuart Taylor, General V. A. Walters, and Ed ward Teller were welcomed by this active committee. POLITICAL FORUM Chairman: David Hamilton Famous political speakers such as Robert White, Jim Collins, and Kent Caperton were scheduled by this committee. They also sponsored Political Awareness Week featuring speakers, debates, a mock student election, and an open house of representa tives from various state lobbying groups. STUDENT CONFERENCE ON NATIONAL AFFAIRS (SCONA) Chairman:- Michael Carson This committee spent the fall raising over $75,000 to bring in key speakers to a conference this spring on the Latin American Challenges. They also spent a week introducing the conference to the students by tables and banners. ^JJU Entertainment Programs AGGIE CINEMA Chairman: Becky Laird This committee ran many popular, classical, and international films for the community such as “On Golden Pond,” “Chariots of Fire,” “Arthur,” and “Taps.” BASEMENT Chairman: Ken Bunch A wide variety of programming was brought by this committee ranging from Jean Kilbourn to Omar and the Howlers to Barron, the Hypnohist. CEPHEID VARIABLE Chairman: Angela Partain This science fiction/fantasy committee sponsored films such as “Star Wars” and “Cat People.” They also brought a speaker on Poltergeists and the Itty Bitty Con. TOWN HALL Chairman: Darryl Heath Record crowds were drawn to the many concerts sponsored by this committee. Entertainers such as Spyrogyra, Red Skeleton, The Motels, Alabama, Wil lie Nelson, and Broadway plays like “Annie” and “Deathtrap” were featured. VIDEO TAPE Chairman: Steve Stockman Professionally taped programs on a variety of sub jects and of groups performing were shown by this committee on their monitors in the MSC. Recreational Programs AMATEUR RADIO Chairman: Mark Belcher Amateur radio communication was promoted by this committee by giving demonstrations and offering radio licensing classes. They aided communication at Aggiecross and Bonfire and offered the use: of W5AC, an amateur radio station, to all its members. CAMERA Chairman: Kevin Sokora This committee provided a variety of programs and services as well as darkroom facilities. They also host ed a Fall Photo Contest and sold Bonfire prints. HOSPITALITY Chairman: Beth Ann Hendrix An award winning float was sponsored by this committee in the Bryan-College Station Christmas parade. Fashion shows and seasonal parties were also presented. They also began work on the Miss TAMU Scholarship Pageant. RECREATION Chairman: Steve Daniels Competition in backgammon and table tennis was coordinated by this committee along with events such as the Teasipping Contest and Minicon, a smaller version of Warcon. OUTDOOR RECREATION (ORC) Chairman: Morris Salge This committee sponsored presentations and semi nars on wilderness schools and outdoor skills. They also coordinated campouts with canoeing, rafting, and backpacking to places like Big Bend National Park. n ecor ailed iii| ear to I in's prio: esourte aed asi don.’ ews wett :cutivest h them debated jast" *1 progni but diif c course rtise rates, we ow pport m p to sot ontinus iny peq tarvinf 15 to J h yean iger-rek MSC COUNCIL PROJECTS iception ry of Cl i war ^rganiJ jded ® throujl' CAREER DEVELOPMENT Businessmen and lawyers provided a seminar called MCA/Law Day to inform students of opportunities. CHRISTMAS PROGRAM The MSC Lounge was decorated and various groups performed such as the Singing Cadets and Women’s Chorus. COLLEGE BOWL Teams of Aggies matched their wits in this quiz show and prepared to pro ceed to regional tournaments. FALL LEADERSHIP Student leaders convoked for a three day workshop in August in Trinidad, Texas. LOST AND FOUND AUCTION Various articles were auctioned to the highest bidder in the MSC. MADRIGAL DINNERS The medieval past was brought to life with five elegant evenings of food, song, and high spirits during the Christmas season. OPEN HOUSE An estimated 5,000 persons attended this project to view booths set up by all school organizations. WELCOME BACK PICNIC MSC members were reunited with an afternoon of hot dogs and fun contests in the fall. JJU ^fr A Preview of the Spring 1983 MSC Programs. . . MSC JANUARY-FEBRUARY PROGRAMS 4r SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY internal lovinjp AGGIE CINEMA JANUARY 23 24 25 26 27 [enta ’j, "Diva” 7:30, Theater ries, ; I ef will* ARTS Modern European Gallery Exhibit through Feb. 5 AGGIE CINEMA “Fiddler on the Roof” 7:30, Theater MSC DISCOVERY CEPHEID VARIABLE “Blade Runner” 7:30, Theater 28 AGGIE CINEMA “Gone With the Wind” 7:30, Theater “Nightshift” Midnight, Theater BASEMENT “Really Red” 8:00, Rumours 30 31 )7:0 DAY pECIAl ? d SteJ Sravy ,106$ ai* ,0 otW jle d Tea ARTS Fine Arts Print Sale All Week in MSC Main Hallway FEBRUARY 1 ORC “Weather the Wilderness” 7:00, 701 Rudder BLACK AWARENESS “Can I Speak to You Brother?” 8:00, Forum TOWNHALL — Harlem Globetrotters 8:00, G. Rollie AGGIE CINEMA/ BLACK AWARENESS “Malcolm X” 7:30 OPAS Canadian Brass 8:00, Auditorium CEPHEID VARIABLE “Time After Time” 7:30, 9:45, Theater ORC Backpacking Trip AGGIE CINEMA “Star Wars” 7:00, 9:45, Theater “Revenge of the Pink Panther” Midnight, Theater BLACK AWARENESS “Black History Lecture” 7:00, 502 Rudder Black History Gallery Exhibit through Feb. 20 TRAVEL Travel Emphasis Week CIEE Study Abroad, 7:00 10 BLACK AWARENESS/ GREAT ISSUES “Dick Gregory” 8:00, Theater CEPHEID VARIABLE “Roller Ball” 7:30, 9:45 RECREATION Warcon through Feb. 12 11 AGGIE CINEMA “Best Little Whorehouse in Texas” 8:00, Auditorium “Kelly’s Heroes” Midnight, Auditorium TRAVEL Mardi Gras Trip 13 14 15 16 17 18 AGGIE CINEMA |1900” 7:30, Theater OPAS “Evita” 8:00, Auditorium BLACK AWARENESS “African Liberation Struggles in Post Vietnam Era” 7:00, 501 Rudder TOWN HALL “Evita” 8:00, Auditorium TOWNHALL “Evita” 8:00, Auditorium AGGIE CINEMA “Psycho” 7:30, Theater ORC Backpacking Trip SCONA 28 OPAS “Eugene Fodor” 8:00, Auditorium CEPHEID VARIABLE/AGGIE CINEMA “Raiders of the Lost Ark” 7:30, 9:45, Theater 1 “Catch 22” Midnight, Theater “The Latin Americas: Challenges and Alternatives” 20 21 22 23 AGGIE CINEMA “Swamp Fest” 7:30, Theater BLACK AWARENESS “Malcolm X” 7:00, 501 Rudder AGGIE CINEMA “Dr. Zhivago” 7:30, Theater 24 CEPHEID VARIABLE “Tron” 7:30, 9:45, Theater pECI* ;VENI* i 0(1 AGGIE CINEMA FREE UNIVERSITY Registration 212/224 MSC i 25 ALL NIGHT FAIR AGGIE CINEMA “Apocalypse Now” 7:30, Theater “It Came From Hollywood” Midnight, Theater HOSPITALITY Miss TAMU Scholarship Pageant ORC —Campout Trip 27 28 /itb ;auce r e$sing fea "Smash Palace” 7:30, Theater BLACK AWARENESS “Issues Facing the Black World” 7:00, 501 Rudder GREAT ISSUES “Michael DeBakey” 8:00, Theater DISCOVER THE MSC! OPEN HOUSE — MSC LOUNGE — ALL DAY TOMORROW