The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, June 19, 2000, Image 6

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If students go off campus, or if I go off campus, and do some thing that my institution disagrees with, there are not things we can do (to punish them]," Bowen said. "All we would ask them is to make it very clear that they are not acting out an ac tivity on behalf of the University." Decision Continued fro Chec Bowen said students 4; pate petitioning for change conditions laid out in hist should understand that Ik made in his announcement! negotiable conditions for!) bonfire." Rules and re well as a plan for the 2002: will be developed by a tasl students, faculty and staff. Howard D. Graves, char the A&M University Syster "The Texas A&M Universih] commends President Rayl| decision regarding the futa| Texas A&M Bonfire. Weappl Texas A&M University adrj tion, faculty, students, fori dents and extended family* ongoing commitment to th® of the University and ask:# Different pa continued support." He Northgate. One question still on department of minds is the fate of bonfi: :^ (in Services (f Rusty Thompson. B ) n are workii Vice President for Stu::fe tY an d Colley fairs Dr. J. Malon SoutherliM ea anc j safer Thompson will play an actH Douglas V in the determination of thf:H] | t, sa id, du uation of bonfire, but the c-fttiidents witl has not been made as to ^ a ij owe d to | Thompson will be bonfireiMj^y^park in2002 - I park on Wes "He will definitely bear:kj 10 y U e Zache tant part of the process,"SoH williams s; land said. "But we will see ah j^g (. 0 con (the adviser position) whentfj|y egt Q m p US Former students Continued from Page 1 traditions that brought us to that level," Hurst said. Mary Dickerson, Class of '94, said Bowen's deci sion to eliminate cut took her by surprise. "1 am not surprised that Bowen put conditions on the future of bonfire. I am surprised that they took so much of the student involvement away. I think Bowen tried to do the right thing, but I think he did a disservice to us by taking out the student involvement," Dickerson said. "There are many ways to put rules in something. Bowen is going so far to reconstruct bonfire that it seems like he is tak ing it away. Bonfire the way I remember it is not the way others will remember it," she said. Chuck Dickerson, CJass of'92, said Bowen's de cision to postpone bonfire for two years was disap pointing. "I was kind of disappointed that they concluded that they needed to wait so long beforeha\t| other bonfire. It is good that they are takinj* measures," Dickerson said. Gratkowski said he hopes the adminkf will be flexible with the terms laid outinfci decision. "1 am glad that they did not flat-out ate That would have been wrong," GratkowskisJp hope the decision is not set in stone andtte will be flexible about it." 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