The Polemic Issue 4, 13 December 1991, p. 1

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page 2 Engler’s Christmas Gift . . . Money for talent... page 5 all... Basketball teams drop the b page 7 “ POLEMIC Issue 4 ACC Pep Band is in the formation stages -- a drummer is) needed. Although _ transitory bands have gathered to play at homecoming, now the organizing effort is directed to a more permanent group. Contact Dr. Newport’s _ office for further’ Health Fitness instructor Dick: Miles was named Lumberjack of the Month for December 1991. Miles, who also serves as the erteran “memb |two Masters degrees. His fitness programs reach out to the community, as well as,| 'ACC staff and students. Congratulations, Mr. Miles! The Industrial Technologies| Association (ITA) will _ be. sponsoring a seminar by ISCAR} on January 20, 1992, from 9 am to approximately noon. in}, NRC room 150. The general topic of the seminar will be} carbide tooling. An organizational meeting of the Young Democrats and_ the} Young Republicans groups will be} held on December: 13, at 4:30: pm} in NRC room 450. All interested} students are invited to attend. AC@s~ Student Senate has| to collect; There ‘will be a drop box located in| lfront of the Senate’s office in| | VLH. ”Although we understand the’ financial situation of most college; students, we really hope that people can find a way to help. I’dj like to take this opportunity to thank everyone in advance,” added} Senate member Jackie Skaluba. Kick d by the Radiology classes to open by Rich Spicer News Editor Alpena Community College, Mid Michigan Community College (MMGC) of Harrison, making program to be offered in the near fut Sti Skinner, Director of the Radiologic Technology program at MMCC, detailed the plans at a recent meeting held on campus. e program, described from program leading to an Applied Science De; this degree prepares the individual to enter the health industry as a specialist in diagnostic x-ray imaging or radiographer. The first year of the program will involve enrollment in found on campus this semester. dents of Alpena Community College prerequisite courses at ACC. Classes for the second year will only be offered at the MMCC campus. Skinner stated that, although the driving distance is a drawback, students could make the drive down from this area, since classes will be scheduled in a ~ concentrated block for 2 1/2 days per week. The third year of the program is a 50-week clinical component to be arranged locally. After completing the course work, students may elect to pursue a but according is already in place facilities in Grayling, Carson City, Mount Pleasant and Alma. Elaine Kosloski ACC custodian, John Berg disposes of a few ink ‘beverage containers el lospital to Skinner it is December 13, 1991 ma Photo by Elaine Kosloski: John Skinner, director of the Radiologic Technology program at Mid Michigan Community College, advises ACC students of the new program that will be offered in conjuction with Alpena General Hospital. Liquor bottles found on campus by Sally Wong Staff Writer ”Someone at ACC has a problem,” stated Custodian John Berg. He is finding empty liquor bottles on campus. "This has been the worst semester ever,” Berg said. In the past years only two or three bottles might have been found on campus. This semester I have found at least a'dozen at Van Lare Hall (VLH) alone,” Berg stated. ”This is a very serious matter. An ACC student or staff member could ~~ face student or staff member involved is in violation and disciplinary action would be taken. If it was a student a different route would be taken.” ~ Hood continued. “Just like in a court of law, a case would have to be made and then due process would follow.” Assistant Dean of Students Max Lindsey commented, ”A student would be given the option of appearing before me or the judiciary board. The violation could result in anything froma reprimand to expulsion. A precedence file would be used by the board in assigning disciplinary action.” The judiciary board is made up of five students, three faculty members and one non-teaching staff member. ‘5 Help is available. ere are printed resources concerning alcohol treatment at the Womens’ Resource Center , in seston deg

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