The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, February 26, 1987, Image 15

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    Dear Readers:
Knock, knock! It 's just us, your friendly Ai
Ease editors, with our own 1987Home Tour
This week we thought h might be fun to take
a bok at what and where you are calling home.
Maybe you live in a dorm, and have always
wondered what's available in off-campus living.
Maybe you live off campus and vender what it
would be like to live on campus Maybe you're
not exactly sure where you are living. Maybe .
you don't care, but would like to look at die
preiiy pictures inside anyway.
Home Sweet Home
Welcome to our home tour. This week in At Ease
Whatever the case, in this issue you can read
about everything from average apartment rates
to dorm registration. Or you can read about
coed roommates, that is, students of the
opposite sex living together platonicaky. Many
students find the “Three’s Company" scenario
not only convenient, but down-right fun.
we’ve taken a look at where students are living,
including the pros and cons of living on and off
campus. We’ve also taken a pictoral look at some of
the more unusual student residences, including a Corps
dorm room that looks like a luxury condo.
Speaking of fun, we want to take this
opportunity to thank you for your feedback
We've been receiving lots of suggestions for
what you'd like or woukln ’tlike to see in At
Ease, and we are grateful that you've taken to
time to let us hear from you. There 's no way we
can please all the people all the time, but we
value any input from our readers!
Keep the attention!! page columns and
pictures coming, too. We've gotten some good
ones, as we are sure you have noticed, but we
are still waiting to hear from you!
Living Together Piatonically
We all love that crazy trio that we watch on ‘Three’s
Company, ” but what about coed roommates here at
A&M? Do such people exist? And if so, what do they tell
their parents? Or, more important, who does the dishes?
Look inside to find out the answers to these questions
and more.
Finally, we wanted to take advantage of this
opportunity to let you know about four
nationally recognized black fraternities and
sororities at A&M. Alpha Phi Alpha, Kappa
Alpha Psi, Alpha Kappa Alpha and Delta Sigma
Theta were inadvertently omitted from our last
issue on fraternities and sororities, yet they are a
vital part of the Greek system at A&M. We
Album review
Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble’s “Live Alive”
album is under Karl’s scrutinous ear this week. See the
next page for more.
Movie Review
At Ease Staff
Editor Karen Kroesche
Asst. Editor Nancy Neukirchner
Staff Writers Lydia Berzsenyi
Yvonne DeGraw
Reviews Karl Pallmeyer
Photographer Greg Bailey
Production Randy Marquardt
Karl calls Woody Allen “the best American director alive
today” and gives five stars to Allen’s latest flick—“Radio
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