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Page 158 text:
With each diamond goes a shower.
Grinding out term papers takes many hours.
Dormitories-buildings with halls
and doors and rooms-rooms that be-
come a student's home for nine months
of a school year.
But rooms are not what make up a
dormitory-people are . . . People called
students . . . students in dorm life.
Dorm life means moments of antici-
pation before meeting new roommates,
friends and acquaintancesg it means
moments of adjustment toward room-
mates and rules, it means moments of
sharing-thoughts, feelings . . . our-
selvesg it means moments of meditation
and prayer when, together, our thoughts
are drawn to- our Saviour. It means
moments of concern when we see our
fellow students troubled and anxious.
It means moments of excitement when
we gather for parties and popcorn, for
laughter and song. It means moments
of noise and confusion as students relax
after study and concentration. It means
moments of imaginary quietness as stu-
dents read, write, type and think. And
it means moments of hushed quietness
when the last window becomes dark,
and the dormitory sleeps.
Page 160 text:
Most all of the students at GBI work their
way through school at least in part. Some find
jobs on campus in cleaning, maintenance, cafe-
teria or offices, which others go out to banks,
stores, hospitals, or warehouses for afternoon
employment. And so, throughout the week on
the buses and at the job, students have the op-
portunity to meet other people and gain new
experiences that cannot be found in regular
Bob Reimer-The Nebraska
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