The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, November 17, 1997, Image 8

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0\ mom for tf 1997-98 Texas A&IVI Campus Directory NOW AVAILABLE S TUDENTS: If you ordered a 1997-98 Campus Directory, stop by room 015 (basement) of the Reed McDonald Building from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday-Friday to pick up your copy. (Please bring Student ID.) If you did not order a Campus Directory as a fee option when you reg istered for Fall '97 classes, you may purchase a copy for $3 plus tax In room 015 Reed McDonald (by cash, check or credit card). D EPARTMENTS: You may charge and pick up Campus Directories at 015 Reed McDonald. Cost is $3 per copy. (Please bring a work request with your part number, FAMIS account number, account name, billing address, contact person and phone number where the directories should be billed.) The Texas A&M University Directory Includes listings of departments, administrators, faculty, staff, students, other Information about A&M, plus yellow pages. QoCden National Honor Society GROUP PICTURE TODAY Meet at 6pm inside Zachry foyer. General Meeting Tomorrow MSC 292 A @ 6pm The Battalion Ueah, the library's pretty good, but first try 4.0 & Go! -George Bush* Acct 229 Financial Statement Analysis Tuesday November 18 9pm-12am Tickets Go On 3:00 Sale Sunday At p.m. ocated next to | Chicken and e across from rtcDonalds on f way and Texas >R (846-8886) Acct 230 Test Cram Tuesday November 18 4.0 and Go Is 1 Kentucky Friec Lack's Fumitur Acct 230 Test Review Test Review Sun Nov !fi r' 5pm-8|>m Test Review “j Mon Nov 17 8pm-!lpm Kroger's and k Southwest Park Call 846-TUTC Acct 315 Parti Sun Nov 16 8nm-lli»m Part 11 Mon Nov 17 5nm-8nm Part HI Tue Nov 18 6pm-9pm Bana 305 Stein Test Review Sun Nov 16 I0nm-lam Biol 113 Part 1 Sun Nov 16 5pm-7pm or 7t>m-9r>nt Part 11 Mon Nov 17 5pin-7pm or 7pm-9nm Part 111 Tue Nov 18 5pm-7pm or 7pm-9pra Part IV Wed Nov 19 5pm-7pm or 7pm-9pm Fine 341 Part I Sun Nov 16 7t>m-10t)m Part 11 Mon Nov 17 ?pm-10pm Part HI Ike Nov 18 7nm-9pm Gene 301 Part 1 Mon Nov 17 9pm-11 om Part 11 Tue Nov 18 9pm-11 pm Part 111 Wed Nov 19 9pm-11 pm Part IV Thu Nov 20 9pm-11 pm Math 141 Part 1 Sun Nov 16 7nm-10nm Part 11 Mon Nov 17 7pni-9pm Part III Tue Nov 18 7pm-9i>m Part IV Wed Nov 19 7nm-Vnm Math 141 from last week Review Sun Nov 16 4pm-7))in Math 142 Parti Mon Nov 17 11 pm-lam Part 11 Tue Nov 18 linm-lam Part 111 Wed Nov 19 Hum-lam Part IV Thu Nov 20 llpm-lam •fc Math 151 Part« Mon Nov 17 5pm-7pm Part 11 Tue Nov 18 5nm-7pm Part Ill Wed Nov 19 5pm-7pm Part IV Thu Nov 20 5pm-7pm * Math 152 Part 1 Mon Nov 17 9pm-Hpm Part 11 Tue Nov 18 9pm-11 pm Part HI Wed Nov 19 9nm-!!pm Part IV Thu Nov 20 9nm-l 1 pm Question: R.C. will tie and break whose "win record" when we beat the hell outta Okla. and t.u.? (First 5 to call with ans wer get free review!) Last week's answer: A spermoioger collects trivia. Answer appears Thursday 846-TUTOR (8886) V! B3 - (xjzaJirjut. BUlaJi ' S1U 7*xrJiku),fr.Ur~ A Look for our ads in the Bait on Mondays SThursdays * Please note: This Is the best time for 151 and 152 to come, even though it Is way early, because the next week’s reviews will be cut in half by Thanksgiving! AMPUS Monday • November 17, Input Continued from Page i Wylie said that some students may abuse the program, and let re sentment about a grade get in the way of the program’s goals. “A student might be angry over a grade they received in a class, and use this forum to vent their frustrations,” he said. “In my mind, no good thing can come from this program, and I think the risks of getting good results are just too hazardous to take.” Wylie said Texas A&M should look to other universities to find ways for students to express their opinions about classes and professors. “We could look for other alternatives to this program, other models of differ ent forums that don’t run the risk of putting a wedge between the student and faculty groups, something with a more positive environment,” he said. Puerto Rican Continued from Page 1 Author Piri Thomas will speak Tuesday about how he has sur passed problems with racial and social identity. Ana Costas-Ayala, delegate to the association and a senior Span ish major, said Thomas had identi ty problems because his father is Cuban and his mother is Puerto Ri can. Thomas’ speech will tell how he found self-acceptance and re covered from his confusion. Puerto Rican Association mem bers said these speakers are not just for the benefit of Puerto Ricans. All students are invited to attend the events during the week. Shakira Cruz, public relations correspondent for the Puerto Ri can Student Association and a se nior accounting major, said all students can benefit from the speakers this week. “The speakers are positive role models who will speak on impor tant topics all races can apply to, not just Puerto Ricans,” Cruz said. Other events this week include a movie on Wednesday, free salsa dance lessons on Thursday and a Puerto Rican party on Friday to end the week of festivities. For more information on the' week’s events, students can visit the Puerto Rican cultural display in the MSC Monday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Safety Continued from Page 1 On Nov. 18, Rakhi Roy, a gradu ate student in the Office of Alcohol and Drug Education programs, will speak about the law involved with alcohol at 8:30 p.m. in 301 Rudder. Roy said she will address the legal implications of alcohol consumption and alcohol abuse, as well as the emergence of date rape drugs in cluding Rohypnol and GHB. “I would hope that students can learn how to be responsible and to take care of themselves and others,” Roy said. "Alcohol does not have to be a problem. I want to make women aware of implications [of alcohol use) but not paranoid.” Margaret Griffith, the health and education coordinator of the A.P. Beutel Health Center, will dis cuss sex in the ’90s at 8:30 p.m. Career Continued from Page 1 “When you assume your obligations as a lawyer, you are not a mouthpiece for one seg ment of society.” Wes Dickerson, a junior agricul tural development major, said he entered the symposium with an in terest in both business and law. “I was (debating) between an MBA and a law degree,” Dickerson said. “I made up my mind at the symposium to pursue law. Judge Kent presented such a convincing argument on the ethics of law. “ On Nov. 15, students interested in law attended discussions in the morning and those interested in business attended afternoon ses sions. The round table speakers, of which many received their under graduate degrees from Texas A&M, provided critiques of students’ re sumes during the symposium. Michelle MacMahon, a mem ber of MSC/MBA LAW Sympo sium Committee and a sopho more kinesiology sports management major, said the speakers provided a more realistic view of their work. “The speakers were down-to- earth,” MacMahon said. “They gave insight on personal experi ences, information and advice. Nov. 19 in 228 MSC. Griffith said sex in the ’SOsti come increasingly risky witlu| of sexually transmitted disea: "We are going to look at s methods, status of currently! mined diseases and (i pregnancies,” (iritlithsaid"M of sexually transmitted disease] ward. Texas A&M is no except! ( .ninth said siudcntsofteiil sider themselves immune to J_ and pregnancy. She said thi L planned sexual activity is con ed with alcohol use. “One of the biggest problej sex under the influence,’ said. “People lack the reasonin; IV 1 the cognitive abilities to think what they are doing.” Sherry Hostetter, assistantdl tor of the Brazos County Rapfl sis Center, will speak aboiittj| a presentation at 8:30 p.m.Xt in 404 Rudder. They can really inspire you. Additionally, MSC/MBA L : Symposium Committee proir: ed its annual trips during spring semester. Paul Henry, an associated tor of the MSC, said thataboo: students will travel to the nor east part of the United Statesi 10 students will travel to: southwest part Jan. 11 -18.Ties dents will focus on career opment opportunities by visia leading law schools and busim schools in the United States 1 lenry said he will (rave students on the northeas this year. “We will sit in MBA and Is school classes in schools includifenter I larvard, Colombia and NewVo; University,” Henry said. “Weha meetings with the adrninistratlt staff, the faculty and sit in classAeatin, (of these schools). We stay withAf gies who are attending theschool or former students. ” During the same week,Heni] said that another group of sti( jjerty dents will travel to the southwes S pi part of the United States to top business and law schools. “Their first stop isThunderbiri International Management School in Thunderbird, Arizona,’ Henry said. "They then travel to UCLA, USC, University of Califor nia at Berkeley and Stanford.' LIBl oeratl load, I Ror| ound, isa Al| Alli^ niverd *asab| ring I DNAl led Mol The [ in the 196. former I Hichael 1 ; m H BBi' » r* i a _ Sport Clubs • Men’s Volleyball College Classic, @Rec Center & Read Bldg. 8am-midnight, Nov. 22 * Body Building Contest, @Rec Center Archery Rm. All day, Nov. 22 1 Handball Tournament, @Rec Center & Read Bldg., ipm-midnight, Dec. 5 & Sam- midnight, Dec. 6 Check out our Flyers for more Detail on our txdtmg ftograms or aRec SPORTS For Information Call 845-7826 Or Visit Our Homepage at http://reexports tamu edu ^ Texas A&M vs. U T. AT&T Intramural Flag Football Showdown 2 pm, November 23 Three Texas A&M Intramural Flag Football teams (Men's, Women's, Co-Rec) will face off against U.T. Flag Football teams at the Penberthy Intramural Fields. Come out and support our Aggies! Thanksgiving Break RecCenter Hours Wednesday Nov. 26 earrrSpm Thursday Nov. 27 V^mgpm Sunday 7 Nov!30 Ham - midnight Aquatics f^ndaT • Stroke Improvement Clinic En s Y • CPR for the Professional Rescuer ^ nds , p y • introduction to Platform Diving n N0V p ^ pn q 62 -3224 For more information on these programs please call Dean Ekeren 8 Night Safety Use the Student Recreation Center in the evenings fora safe workout in our extensive facilities and diverse programs. The Indoor Jogging Track, Weightroom, Courts and Swimming Pools offer many options foryour informal recreation needs. , .. /.ay-css- ,: ^ c Ce 'MW ,e VCtinr-f* ^^ Romp of this cCenter Hours November 22 §?». , Kyle Field RarmSwr VUI er Ends Today! p re . Registration Ends Tomorrow! case ca,, Regist-otion available the day o, race. Pirk uo Registration forms at the Member a Services Desk in the Student Recreation Center, ^"'TveS AH Texas A&M Students, Faculty/Steffand Bryan/ ack, weightroom,Courts College Station Community Members are options foryour informal we(come t0 p art i c ip ate . KT; V . I Tin! Nn:| ct A< IS i