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WHAT A PAIR - Senior Yuko
Suzuki and Greg Schick tune up
their voices while trying out a new
song for a coming performance.
Photo by Robert Miller
WAITING HER TURN - Senior
Louann Grimmett looks over the
sheet music and waits for a chance
to participate vocally. Photo by
1OfStudent Life, Religion
,each other. Photo by Robert Miller
Religion finds a place
As the weekend
slowed down, students
rested from fun and
games, and focused on
a more serious note.
Religion - considered
by many as an impor-
tant aspect of life -
found its place in the
Attending church became a routine for
most students, not because they had to
attend, but because they made it a part of
"I attend church because it is a fulfilling
and wonderful experience. The fellowship
with friends and relatives makes me see life
in a more positive manner," said junior
Behind the word, religion, students
found a deeper meaning, to which they
showed much faithful allegiance.
When asked what religion meant to
him, junior Clarence Holman, a minister at
his church, said, "Religion is a way of life.
It should take a front seat in your life. It
is not always easy to be religious, but it's
Contrary to popular belief, many of the
younger generation think religion presents
a positive influence for today's society.
FELLOWSHIP - A group of
Northeast students use a few minutes
of rehearsal time to fellowship with
it a part of their
Senior Bill Her-
man said, "I think
religion is very impor-
tant to humanity. It
contributes in the way
we conduct ourselves,
in the everyday deci-
sions we make, and in
the total attitude and
outlook of society."
And whatis more, besides voicing their
attitudes toward religion, students backed up
their talk. When out of class, many were
actively involved in church functions and
Senior Robert Armond said, "Going to
church is fun, but it is even more interesting
when you are involved. I play the organ for
my church, and I think it's great!"
Senior Cindy Norman, a member of her
church's choir said, "Singing in the choir or
just getting involved with various commit-
tees in church makes the concept of religion
come alive. It makes
ful and personal to
in the large masses,
religion more meaning-
the walls of Northeast,
and just beneath the
surface, one finds ministers, singers, and
musicians who all share the status of being
students, and the zeal to be religious. - By
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..................................................... Life ......
.A I prize
cover wide range
"If you could pick anything to
do on the weekends, what would
'Tcl probably just be thankful
it was the weekend."
"Very funny. Come on, what
are some of the things you like to
"Sit back, watch what Blake
Carrington's up to on "Dynasty,"
catch up on how Luke is doing on
"General Hospital" now that Laur-
a's in the 'Great Beyondf, eat my
favorite flavor of yogurt, listen to
my favorite tape " Q
The method didn't matter,
and neither did the scene. For
whether it was a soap, a movie,
Charlie Goodnight's, or a Razor-
back game, a peek beneath the
surface revealed that when it came
to student life, "whatever melts
your butter" was the plan of the
day. -- By Christy Hicks
Befiediilli Lillie 6955666
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