Abilene Christian College - Prickly Pear Yearbook (Abilene, TX)

 - Class of 1982

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Inter-Social Club Council Club ' representatives discuss The Inter-Social Club Council, a group of representatives from each of the social clubs, continued its tradition of being an organization that did little or nothing. The ISCC originally was responsible for such things as disciplining clubs and pro- viding entertainment for the entire student body, said ISCC president Randy Tucker, senior from Fort Worth. But through the years, Tucker said, the organizationls responsibilities have been absorbed by the student services administration, the clubs themselves and the Students' Association. As a result, Tucker said, "It CISCCJ has become almost meaningless." Donna Gar- rett, junior representative from Zeta Rho Alpha, agreed with Tucker. "For years ISCC has just been a name,', she said. "It's hard to think of things to do that another organization is not already doing." But, she added, the group was more active this year than in past years. Most of the council's activity came dur- ing Homecoming weekend, Oct. 30-31. During Homecoming the ISCC provid- ed funds for the plants that decorated the stage area in Moody Coliseum where the Homecoming Court was seated during Fri- day's Chapel service. ISCC members also prepared a display for the Campus Center that honored Dr. John C. Stevens, to whom all Homecoming activities were dedicated. The display featured a large photograph of Stevens and the logos of each club on a 4-foot-high-by- 4-foot-wide-by-6-inch-deep wooden display. The council worked later in the fall to revise its constitution. One proposal the council discussed involved the minimum grade point average required of any social club member. Some council members sug- gested changing the requirement from 2.0 to 1.97. One argument often advanced for the change was that the registrar's office rounded up any GPA between 1.95 and 1.99 to 2.0. If the registrar's office follow- ed that practice, several social club members argued, so should the ISCC. Winnie Gibbs, associate dean of students, said the council resolved the situation by agreeing to leave the 2.0 minimum GPA requirement in the ISCC,s constitution, but to use the registrar's method of determining what constituted a 2.0. The new practice became effective in the spring, she said. The council's fall activities, followed by frequent fits of inactivity, could be viewed from a positive outlook, its president said. One of the roles the council was intend- ed to play was that of mediator of arguments and problems between social clubs. Tucker said he thought the council's inactivity was a good sign that the clubs got along well through the year. Despite frequent questions about the reason ISCC continued to exist even as a Ji if u FRONT ROW - Donna Garrett, Zetasg Rhonda Staples, DTS, Gwen Grim, GATAQ Natalie Smith, Siggiesg Janet Kellogg, Kojiesg Michelle Batson, Kojiesg Kay Carriker, Siggies. ROW 2 A Randy Tucker, Centuriong Carole Irvin, Zetasg Mark Ray, Kinsmeng Bruce Kile, Kinsmeng Jack Hodge, Fratsg Danny Greer, Galaxyg Jon Howard, Sub TQ Scott E. Jones, Galaxy. ROW 3 - David Vanderpoel, Phi Deltsg Kendall Young, Phi Deltsg Mike Maxwell, Centuriong Ron Cobb, Fratsg David Flow, Centuriong Ray Magee, Centurion. 300 ISCC largely meaningless body, the group regenerated itself in the spring by electing officers for the 1982-83 academic year. Garrett said the one area where ISCC might be able to do the most good in the coming year was in guiding Phi Delta Psi the newly revived men's social club. Plan: to revive Phi Delts began in the spring Two charter members of the men's club at- tended the council's April meeting to elec' officers. "People nominated some Phi Delts,' Garrett said. "We wanted to let then know that we recognized them as a club.' Kendall Young, one of the new club': representatives to ISCC, said he received 2 very positive response from members oi other clubs at the meeting. So, perhaps in a small way ISCC fulfill ed its purpose of being a unifier anc mediator between clubs. This page: Ieh - Inter-Social Club Coun- cil members,' right - Representative: from Sub T-16, Jon Howard and Keitl Shelton's shirts leave no doubt about wha. club their wearers are from. Oppositt page: top left - Before voting for new of ficers, Gwen Grim exchanges a commen. with Donna Garrettg bottom left - IS CC president Randy Tucker listens to a ques- tion in a spring meeting: right - Vickii Patterson waits for ISCC's jinal meeting to end. K 5 1

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