The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, March 25, 2002, Image 2

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r Ginger McDonald Contract pending with Cosden Morgan Agency, LA Class of 2004 Taylor Wolken Signed with Kazarian, Spencer & Assoc. Inc. & GEM Entertainment Group, LA Class of 2005 OPEN TALENT CALL THE INTERNATIONAL MODEL & TALENT ASSOCIATIONS LOS ANGELES CONVENTION AND COMPETITIONS The Nikki Pederson Model & Talent Academy is pleased to announce it will be hosting a scouting event in Bryan on Tuesday, March 26, and Thursday, March 28 for the International Modeling & Talent Association Convention. Actors, Actresses, Singers, Dancers and Models are encouraged to audition. The IMTA is a distinguished and legitimate avenue to meet agents and begin learn ing about a career outside the Brazos Valley Market. If you are selected to attend the LA Convention and Competitions you will have the opportu nity to audition for and interview with scores of modeling and talent agents, you might never have the chance to meet otherwise. It is truly a once in a lifetime event for the aspiring model and talented individuals. Nikki Pederson Talent had an Outstanding 90% Agency callback rate at the last International Model & Talent Convention 8r Competitions. Stars like Katie Holmes, Elijah Wood, Jessica Biel & Cover Girl Model, Jessica White, along with many others were discovered at an IMTA Convention. TO SCHEDULE YOUR AUDITION: CALL NOW! 979-822-5104 604 EAST 32 nd , BRYAN, TX 7 7803 • Open to ages 8 years and older • No experience is necessary • A personal photo/snapshot is required! Micheal Green Signed with Talent Ink & The Osbrink Agency, LA Sarah Sledge Signed with Discover Inc. Mgmt, LA Kurt Swick Signed with The Cosden Morgan Agency & Weston Talent Mgmt., LA Class of 2003 Jessica Schultz LA contract pending, lessica has been cast in the World Famous Palo Duro Canyon Musical - Texas J Monday, March 25, 2002 NATIOS the BATTALIO) Be an SI Leader! The Center for Academic Enhancement Will be holding a Supplemental Instruction Informational Session Come get information from current SI leaders and program staff on the benef its and responsibilities of this exciting employment opportunity. Quolif ications for employment include: ivT 1—1 Undergraduate Student k/ «—i Good Interpersonal Communication Skills THE BIST JOB ON CAMPUS Tuesday, March 26,2002 Room 448 Blocker 6:00 P.M. Texas A&M University, Center for Academic Enhancement, Room 525 Blocker, S45-2724 Fish by R.DeUm Event Continued from page 1 and Walton Hall each received special mention because of the high turnout from each organi zation. Aggie Yell Leaders Cardo Walthall and Bo Wilson held a yell practice just before stu dents dispersed to their assigned job sites. Big Event has changed from past years. The biggest change this year was the increase in the number of students who partici pated, McAlpine said. Big Event began in 1982 when six Aggies planned to clean a local cemetery. Big Event has always been a way for Aggies to thank the Bryan- College Station community each year, McAlpine said. “[Big Event] is a thank you to the entire community that sup ports A&M, not just lower-level income areas,” McAlpine said. Students and student organiza tions are recruited to work on all of the community projects planned for the day. A computer program randomly assigns students and organizations to service sites. “We will not turn anyone down unless [the service event] is an unsafe environment,” said Allison Qualls, assistant director of Big Event. McAlpine and Qualls said the entire community is grateful and thanks all the students who participated in Big Event. Big Event has evolved into the largest single-day, student- run service project in the coun try. At last count, almost 40 col leges and universities across the U.S. have created their own ver sion of Texas A&M's Big Event. Other schools, like Oklahoma State University, learned about the event through a student government confer ence held each year at A&M. Big Event is sponsored and [Big Event] is a thank you to the en tire community that supports A&M, not just lower-level in come areas. — Ashley McAlpine Big Event director organized by Texas A&M’s Student Government Association. The students are responsible for raising the nearly $40,000 needed for Big Event and also for gather ing tools and supplies needed for the various projects. Big Event is funded on a year-to-year basis through stu dent allocation fees as well as donations from the community, former students and Aggie Mom’s Clubs. Some goals that Big Event organizers want to fulfill are the establishment of an endowment fund, an increase in jobs and stu dent turnout on the day of Big Event and expansion to more universities across the country. Regents Continued from page! regents. Instead, a $100 m lion project will create under- and overpasses cal: grade separations througlit town, with a minor railro relocation starting near Street in Bryan. A&M officials have be p' es ^ Llin1 ^ In I Two years jnally made idgeridoo’s t In 1998, Ja working with the Metropoli Planning Organization for past year trying to createasa’ campus by removing the taw 0 * 1 ot * ier at c Sippial reported to the regej I was at ^ that there was little public were I 1 ' port for the track relocation.!^- ^ mut “We’re disappointed otthem said si still have this fundamei* l uc ^ wo problem after this longdisiP rummer - an sion,” said Dr. Ray M. Bo«gaband. No University president. I The hand i; Sippial said »o the drum Metropolitan PlannAgles, have 1 Organization will investij pplled it off. adding pedestrian and bio: passageways at the crossifl hut a special bus crossn would likely be too expend An extensive assessmeni the project must be compkt before construction canbes Board Vice Chainti: Dionel E. Aviles said he discouraged by the plan: organization’s decision. “This is not very encour;; ing news, to say Aviles said. “When we adually star fore we kne Hamill said ler as the leac “I guess pe< ince it happei Cool Hand embers gat hi od and use wshipful. “Being Chr the ta| our lyrics t< ay music.” Mayor Continued from page 1 Cervantes, a junior political science major is run ning for Council Position 2. James Benham, a graduate student and local business owner, is run ning for Council Position 6. Cruz said he will campaign to register students Also, regents approv| Despite sevt plans for a $5 million, 16,M dependent or square foot addition to 4 ering their m Langford Architecture Cenit ght label to he The A&M Architecture setiff “God hasn'i was recently named numti rough yet.” sa 10 in the country. ngdoin, and il ise, we will si n Even withoi to vote in the coming election by setting upw in high-traffic areas on campus. . | “All we have to do is pool our votes toge/ and fill these four positions,” Cruz said. “I make Aggieland, Aggieland.” Benham said he is running on his own: not involved with the group campaign Cruzs leading with Flowers and Cervantes. after this, the corporate ladder will be a piece of [cake] In the course of facing challenges like this, you’ll learn how to think on your feet. Stay cool under pressure. Take charge. Talk to an Army ROTC rep. You’ll find there’s nothing like a little climbing to help prepare you for getting to the top. „ ARMY ROTC Unlike any other college course you can take. APPLY NOW FOR PAID SUMMER LEADERSHIP TRAINING AND ARMY OFFICER OPPORTUNITIES Call CPT Magee at 845-2814 for information. THE BATTALlOSj Mariano Castillo Editor in Chief The Battalion (ISSN #1055-4726) isf* lished daily, Monday through Fnday Wh the fall and spring semesters and through Thursday during the su,Tinie ' ; r. sion (except University f 101 ' 1 * 3 / 5 n and T,, periods) at Texas A&M University. F en ' ’ Postage Paid at College Station, TX POSTMASTER: Send address changesr; Batta/Zon, Texas A&M University, H 11 College Station, TX 77843-1111' News: The Battalion news departmej' ■ managed by students at Texas University in the Division °f Studen - a unit of the Department of ,! ; News offices are in 014 Reed M Building. Newsroom phone: S 45 '' 3 „ 845-2647; E-mail: newsroom@thebatt»• Web site: http://www.thebatt.coin Advertising: Publication of adve,tl f' n i I i ? not imply sponsorship or endorseme Battalion. For campus, local, ant " display advertising, call sified advertising, call 84 5-0569. • offices are in 015 Reed McDonald, hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday^ Friday. Fax: 845-2678. Subscriptions: A part of the stu(!3n * [ Fee entitles each Texas A&M student^ up a single copy of The free, additional copies 254- Ma tions are $60 per school y ear ,; ^ or spring semester, $17.50 for ^ and $10 per month. To charge > MasterCard, Discover, or Amencan call 845-2611. Stwenf fcewjii'rJi hJwk RELIGIOUS DEDICATION: HOLY FAITHFULNESS OR DANGEROUS TERRORISM? WHEN: WHERE: WHO: Tonight, Monday, March 25, 2002 6 p.m. Reception 7 p.m. Speaker Chemistry Building, Room 100 Richard Stadelmann, Associate Professor of Philosophy and Humanities specializing in Religious Studies Join us fora memorable evening with Richard Stadelmann as he discusses relig fundamentalism, religious fanaticism, and the links they have with terrorism-