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.. Ic ,_lllllrJ I I.. _ F_,_al_U_,.,_, _. I Enulfllinmeml DCK ca..- radio dlaJIIa Ill tune to a medem llat. See Page 13. l s,_,. 1.1.»'1·1~iJfi!i.. :. ~. ... ., .,. ..... .......... crt.. ...... 2. . ........... ialo Opendan ...... _ ......... SeePqe6. ...._.H.U: UYIIII wltb 80IIMOne ,... don't like. See Page 11. o~pener. C-an tlleykeep It pinl? See Pap 17 . SOUTH\IEST MICRO PUBf, ISJIING 2627 EAST YANDELL DR . EL PASO , TX 79903 1:1c . 11011-PIIOF11 IIUU IIAll U.S. POST~GE PAID PERMIT 1171 NiL ~JiRJ ____ _ fr Northern Arizona University • \blume 86, Issue 17 Q COPYPJGIIT 1991 Wednesday, September 4, 1991 Ridge resident reports ·rape near new parking area Second reported assault produces similar discription •topped for a short time. She was attacked by a male subject shortly after continuing on her way. The male grabbed her, pulled her off the path a short distance and began sexually assaulting her, the ~J=..!:r repor t says. A female student was sexually assaulted in the early morning Aug. 25 a short while after leaving friends. "So far we don't have anyone that saw anything," Craft said. "Usually at that time of morning there's not a whole T he a.ttadr. occurred at -4 a.m. along the pedeslot of people on the pedestrian path • trian path east of Ridge Hall, said RomyCraft, NAU Police Departm::nt public information officer. The suspect is a blaclt male, 6 feet 1 inch tall \<eighing 180 pounds, with a slender athletic build. Accordlngi<J the NAUPDreport, thevictimwa]};ed with a group of friends along the path when she He is described as being in his early 20s and was wearing gray jogging shorlS, a dark shin and tennis Student lobbying group faces internal pressures By Robert Gebl and Jim Rathburn Tlx Lumt..Jjad TEMPE -A turbulent week for the Arizona Students' A5sociation has delegates scrambling to minimize damage and hold the organization together. "We've got an internal problem that we're trying to resolve without involving outside groups," said NAU's AJ3A Task. Force Director T~ny Gibson. Most of the group's problems seem to revolve around Associated Students of ASU President Greg Mechem. Mechem complains about things not getting d')Oe, but if he would step dOIWII and .d!""' JOrueouo! ;lu~ ~c ~ place, many of ASA's problems could be sohoed, said Associated Students ofNAU Preoident Mickey Walker. Last Tuesday, Mechem told ASU's student newspaper he questioned the qualifications of the other ASA board members. On Thursday, Mechem announced he was asking for the resignation of Andy McGuire, one ofASU 's delegates to ASA. According to 'I'M SJall Press, Mechem wanted McGuire to step down from both his ASA position and his job as Public Relations Director for ASASU because Mechem perceived McGuire as trying to assume presidential powers. During an emotion- filled emergency meeting late Thursday night, ASA's executive board challenged Mechem to explaln himself and his comments. Mechem, who claims to have a phote>graphic memory, was unable to provide any examples for the board, Gibson said. *McGuire was yelling at him, telling Mechem to give him an example, but he couldn't, • Cit.on said. Meebem-~inded ~quest for McGuire's resignation. "The biggest problem Mechem has right now is thatwereallydon't trust him to act rationally," said NAU AJ3A Delegate Jim Buckley. Mechem declined tocomment.saying •1•m nota no-comment kind of guy, but on this specific issue I don't know all the facts .... I'm not going to commentwithou t knowing all the answers. • shoes on the morning of the attaclr.. •[t's extremely important that people need to stay together when walking at night, • Craft said. ·u she had stayed with her friends and hadn't stopped, the assault could have possibly been avoided. • Last week a student was accosted by a. man who entered her vehicle while she was parked in front of Wtlson Hall. The discription gi•·en by the victim of a black 6-foot l -inch man weighing 170 pounds is similiar to that given for this past week's assualt. The only notable difference between the two composite drawings is a lack of a moustache and shorter hair on the second victim's assa.i.lan t. Art sale Daniel Richards, a freshman eledrical engineering major, picks a print out of hundreds of selections depicting everyth ing from rock stars to beach scenes . The sale took place last week near the book store. Phoro by Garrell Evtu~SITite Lu.mbu· jacJ: Height: 6-fut 1 inch WtighJ: 180 lbs. lhscriplion: 8lacA makin his early 20., with a $/mder alhJetic build and very sJwrl hiddt hair. Comp;,sil' drawing ofro.pe suspect Heart patient Susan Todd dies By J ennlfer Elkin. Th< Lumberjack Susan Todd, the third lung transplant recipien t in Arizona, died Friday of heart failure. Susan was the subject of a state widefundraising campaign to pay for the lung transplant she received. ISAU student, Anne Todd, senior hotel and resta4rant management major, organized fundtaiser.; along with the Greek system at~AC to help her sister. They raised a total of$8,000. Throughout Arizona, the Todds raised about 5160,000, which was only a part of the pnce of the operation. Susan's father was adamant in expressmg his thanks to the people of northern Anz011a ...,d NAU. "The money was a. small J>!ice to "P"" or that extra year, • Richard Todd ~d. The transplant and operation was performed on Aug. 15, 1990. The surgery entailed tranlr planting a lung and repairing Susan's heart. This surgery was the first of its kind in the world. Anne also expressed her thanks to :\At; and encourages people to become organ donors. "Out of all of this l hope everyone will realize the importance ofbeingan organ donor," Anne said. Student petition denounces zone parking as biased Assailant sentenced in campus sexual assault By Robert ~hl The Lumberja<l< Angered by the new zone parking system, an NAU student is taking action. Mary Brentwood, a political science graduate student, circulated a petition around campus and plans to present the signatures to NAU administration, student leaden and the media.. "'wu originally going to send justa letter, butl thought ~a.ta petition would carry more weight, • Brentwood says. The petition states thatalthough the university does need to seek ways to alleviate the traffic problems on campus, the zone parking policy is discriminatory, especially toward south residence and family housing residents. "When you go to get your sticker, they just show you a map and say 'pick a zone.' They don' t tell you that you won't have access to the · library, the (recreation) center and the like, • Brentwood says. "It's not the zone-parking I'm against, it's the equal access for common-use areas.• s Nancy Good, lingle parent at South Family Housing says she is discriminated againsL . "We're !iYing on campus to makr things easier, more accessible, but with this ~JS~em, it's not easy at all." "The day care center is on north campus. and the buses that are .s.u,p.p. cMed to run every six minutes don 'L The bus never comes,• Good Robut FippU.,afiJte ~j«J: "We 'rr s.larling our petition hrre to llddrrsa strictly our issues ... nobody here is way happy about it (zone parking) at an,• Good said. See PETITION, Page 4 Graduate student Mary Brentwood is protMiing zone paOOrlg, which lh• unlvll'lity implem•nted this fall. n. parking system is designed to~ down on trlllfiC and encourage students ID -~~ to clast .net work. City housing codes may force fraternities to remove letters dmlfontudeolln~ica,esph" • •diM !be ci~Y penmla had apired. n.e cbree ,_- pa1llill were JI1IDIIed ita Allpll of 1986 .., !be city PlmaiDt _. z.-. Cc r riztee. bi.!.R.. c.a.•...,.. .-_,_rtl. !,b.e. f.a.la..D .id.e.l ~ ......... code .... ,.. .ed•loc*MIIIe11nrd.._GI,..._. ..,.._ ......... -...c ... "t;.• ... .,.... .... . .o....l... ..__. ..._~ 11 .. ._._,. I 61fte1 d' fll I tu .......... ........ t .. ... ' 1 tl .............. .. .....,fill 1 Ida.-...• By John Largo The Lumberjack A Flagstaff judge imposed a 6 1/ 2 year jail sentence on a I S.yearold man who sexually abused a frmale student at NAU. A plea agreemen twasn egotia ted by Coconino County Attorney David Rozema and defense attorney Lee Brooke! Phillips reducing the two counts of sexual abuse and one count of aggra,'atedassault to attempted armed robbery, criminal trespass and endangerment. Tony Magee was arrested Feb. ~after the victim and a. witness ideo tified him as the a.ssailanL The victim, h owever, objected to the plea bargain. ~e committed sex.ual assaultnotarmed robbery," she said. "He did something a lot different than armed robbery." "He should have gotten the full term, ( don't wan th im to do the same thing to someone else,~ she said. "1 don't .,.-ant anyone to experience the same thing 1 did. • Coconino County Superior Court judge Charles Adams sentenced Magee on July 1, ordering him to be committed to thr Arizona Department of Corrections Fa.ciliry in Florence, Ariz. According to court records, Magee gained entry into McConnell Hall by banging on a door during the early morning hours. A resident assistant heard him knocking and opened the door See ASSAULT, page 3 Jellrey Wood, a member DfPhi Sigma Kappa. stands outlide Df an oll<ampvs frllemily ~. Mhough Mountain v-• avalabje, many "*mtliM choose ., provide .. .., ... all.~__.. ihnau l.in.g. . F~i~ IIIII. and a lllapily Ill Gr-. IW "*-. NMJ " plarwlllla lo -" ... 1M .., lo ..... llllulion .... MC I 'I Ill .. =... .. .,. ..,. .. ,...... ..... •• d 3 ....
|Creator||Northern Arizona University. Associated Students.|
|Title||The Lumberjack, September 4, 1991.|
|Collection name||Northern Arizona University: The Lumberjack|
|Repository||Northern Arizona University. Cline Library.|
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|Subjects||Northern Arizona University--Students--Newspapers|
|Master file name||1991_09_04.pdf|
|Master file creation date||2014-01-09|
|Master file size||71214991|
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|Software||Abobe PDF Version 1.6|
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DCK ca..- radio
dlaJIIa Ill tune to a
medem llat. See Page 13.
1.1.»'1·1~iJfi!i.. :. ~. ... ., .,. .....
. ........... ialo
_ ......... SeePqe6.
wltb 80IIMOne ,... don't
like. See Page 11.
o~pener. C-an tlleykeep
pinl? See Pap 17 .
SOUTH\IEST MICRO PUBf, ISJIING
2627 EAST YANDELL DR .
EL PASO , TX 79903
1:1c . 11011-PIIOF11 IIUU IIAll
U.S. POST~GE PAID
~JiRJ ____ _ fr
Northern Arizona University •
\blume 86, Issue 17 Q COPYPJGIIT 1991 Wednesday, September 4, 1991
Ridge resident reports ·rape near new parking area
Second reported assault
produces similar discription
•topped for a short time.
She was attacked by a male subject shortly after
continuing on her way.
The male grabbed her, pulled her off the path a
short distance and began sexually assaulting her, the
~J=..!:r repor t says.
A female student was sexually assaulted in the
early morning Aug. 25 a short while after leaving
"So far we don't have anyone that saw anything,"
"Usually at that time of morning there's not a whole
T he a.ttadr. occurred at -4 a.m. along the pedeslot
of people on the pedestrian path •
trian path east of Ridge Hall, said RomyCraft, NAU
Police Departm::nt public information officer.
The suspect is a blaclt male, 6 feet 1 inch tall