Eckerd College - Logos Yearbook (St Petersburg, FL)

 - Class of 1986

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Terrorism and what you think may depend on what you reaa Melissa MacKinnon, Head Staff Writer Ah, buT one argues, The UnlTed STaTes foughT for The rIghT To govern ITself. BuT Is The reglme In EL Sal vador, propped up by The UnlTed STaTes, Truly self- governing? Flnally, one reads ThaT Wnow ls The opporTunITy for The resTora- Tlon of moral auThorlTy and poIlTIcal forcefullnessJ' Thus violence ls proposed for vlolence as people are To llve Hordlnary' and 'predIcTableW llves under The UnlTed STaTes morally superior rules. If one does noT venTure much pasT The supermarkeT newssTand and likes InformaTIon presenTed on glossy paper compleTe wITh cap- TIvaTIng color phoTo and sensa- TIonallsT headlines such as 'ShooTIng To KIIIN, Then Img and Negsweek are avaliable Newsweek In January of 1986 dld an In depTh arTlcle on Terrorlsm. Conclusions Included calllng PalesTlnIans synonymous wlTh TerrorI5Ts. For The, 'PalesTInIan cause, The lack of a homeland and The morlbund Iln a dylng sTaTeJ peace process ThaT provides The moTlve drlvlng These men To puT Them- sel ves ouTsIde The pale of clvi- I lzed conducTJ' Civl llzed conducT, The reader realizes ls whaTever The Americans or lsrealls do. The hlsTory of PaIesTlne, The reason for The fIghTlng Is noT lmporTanT enough To explain. In 1947 The UnlTed NaTlons parTloned PalesTIne To creaTe a Jewish STaTe of Isreal whose boundarles fell jusT shorT of The nBiblIcalN PalesTlne. Isreal's founding faThers promised The U.N a sTaTe,Hln which al I cITIzens, regardless of race or creed, will enjoy equal rlghTs and all com- munlTes wll I conTrol Thelr InTernal affaIrs.n When The Arabs dld noT accepT This proposed plan war broke ouT and Jordan gained conTrol of whaT Americans llve In an era where percepTIons ofTen are based on whaT a 'freeu media Tells us Media proposes To presenT The facTs. BuT facTs are merely an orderlng of reaIITy To fIT cerTaln bellefs, as The naTure of facTs depends on The quesTIons The ob- server asks. How one defines Terrorlsm These days depends on one's maln source of lnformaTlom IT ls easy To Turn on The Tele- vlslon and see PresldenT Reagan maklng lmpassloned speeches abouT 18 Amerlcan paTrIoTIsm versus InTer- naTIonal Terrorism Terrorism can be a double sTan- dard of The Reagan AdmlnIsTraTlon who deflnes IT as violence for The lmporTanT poIlTIcal ends. quesTIon Is, whose polITlcal ends? If IT Is democracy, IT Is no longer Terrorism buT revoluTIom One hears how lmporTanT IT Is To send mllITary ald To Nicaragua as The UnlTed STaTes wll I flghT everywhere To make people free Ilke ITself. lf one were To read The con- 5ervaTlve magazine, The New Republic, one mlghT argue ThaT,n ald To Nicaraguan rebels should be dlrecTed only To Those who won'T be TempTed by Terror. Terrorlsm by UnlTed STaTes backed governmenTs and armles ls democracy Hpalnfully achieved! Only democracy's pollTlcal ends jusTlfles The means ConTInuing on In The New Be: public one reads ThaT These TerrorIsT forces should noT Hmessn wlTh The UnlTed STaTes or Those already In power. Assuming This, The Amerlcan RevoluTIon should never have been foudhT. was To be The separaTe PaIesTlnIan STaTe iThe WesT Bankh Then In The slx-day war some nlneTeen years IaTer Isreal seized The WesT Bank claiming Jordan never conTrolled IT legally. All PalesTinlans were Issued refugee cards and Isreal seT abouT To InTegraTe PalesTIne InTo Isreal. BuT, according To a WashingTon based wrITer specializing In The Arab-lsreall conflicT, The mlgraTlon of lsrealls lnTo Pales- Tlne has been slow and PalesTInIan naTIonaIIsm has noT declined N.E.w.S.lal.G.e.ls deTal I s Amerlcan and lsreall massacres of InnocenT people yeT IT Is somehow less horrlble perhaps because Americans vlew Amerlcan's lives as somehow more worThy or noble. To really hop on The Terrorism bandwagon one mighT read Clalre Sfefl IHQS llle ler.co.n Nelmck or Arnaud de Borchgrave and RoberT Moss's Ing Qglhg, BoTh propose ThaT Thel9G.B.Is coordlnaTlng all Terror and sub- verslon agaInsT The Free World by placing agenTs in WesTern media To This is spread ndisinformaTionW a popular Idea wITh boTh Alexander Halg, who found Claire STerIIngs sTory more lnTeresTIng Then C.LA. InformaTion, and George SchuITz. Readers of The more Ilberal, less aesTheTIcally pleasing maga- zine, Ihe NQIBML would have read ThaT Trials in ITaly have Turned up The sTory of The so called Terror neTwork To be a fraud drun- med up by The C.hA. To TesT The validlTy of a defecTor, Czecho- slovakian officer Major General Jan Senja Accordlng To The Najlgg Iand supposedly IaTer The C.LA. who explained To Haig why STerling's arTicle was more lnTeresTIngi Senja was earning a living in The UnlTed STaTes selling miliTary secreTs. when The C.hA. began To sus- pecT ThaT Senja was Tel ling more Than he knew They invenTed The documenT. Senja conflrmed The documenT ThaT had NabsenT-mlnded- lyn sllpped his mlnd and The C.LA. began To ease hlm off The payroll. IT was when Senja Traveled To Europe and began Telling European inTelligence officers ThaT The C.l.A. had proof of a K.G.B. Ter- ror neTwork ThaT The sTory spread like wlldflre. Those who read The also liberal magazine Ihe wlll have read ThaT The Reagan AdmInlsTra- Tlon wanTs To believe all commun- lsm ls dIrecTed by The SovleT Union and a Terror neTwork does exIsT under The K.G.B. The purpose ls To creaTe an- oTher Red Scare like In The 1920's and 1950's in order To flush ouT Those who don'T agree wITh The admInisTraTion by labeling Them a communIsT sympaThizer. This falls under The cllche,Hlf you're noT wlTh me you're againsT men All medla should be looked aT crITically and noT accepTed as facT. Finally There is a Term called cognITive dissonance where by people accepT and rejecT facTs based on preconceived Ideas So one who believes The UniTed STaTes Is a InnaTely good and wanTs The besT for all peoples will more easily accepT one mes- sage or read a cerTaln magazine. While one who belives ThaT The UnlTed STaTes InTeresT In oTher counTrIes Is noT humanITarIan buT self serving will Tend To accepT anoTher message. There are varla- Tlons on preconceived noTlons as groups are noT polarized BuT Is lmporTanT To reallze ThaT even facTs are subjecT To lnTerpreTaTions and should be crlTIcally considered

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maissanuz, feasting, chem - tnl at hu they iahe in cummun? 9652 !!! Svusan Zlohannrs The knlghT clad ln meTal plaTe armor eyed hls opponenT, a Tall, nlmble man of abouT TwenTy. The nlmble man sTruck wlTh hls raTTan sword, buT The knlghT blocked and wenT ln Tor a Tace ThrusT. The knlghT was fasT buT The nlmble man was fasTerg hls baTTered shleld llTTed and blocked The sword wlTh a loud clunk. The knlghT slowly backed away, slzlng up hls oppon- enT once agaln. The nlmble man advanced and almed aT The knlghTs leTT leg. The knlghT hopped To The rlghT and swung aT The nlmble man's head. The nlmble man llfTed his head To parry. And so The baTTle raged Does Thls sound llke someThlng ouT of a hlsTory book or a fanTasy novel? Well, lT's noT. VHs a real Ilve slTuaTlon ln The SocleTy for CreaTlve Anacronlsm CSCAL WhaT ls The SocleTy for Crea- Tive Anacronlsm? lNo, noT Anarch- lsmlb Well, accordlng To Hebsigujs Qglleg aie Dlcjlonary, socleTy means 'companlonshlp or assocla- Tlon wlTh one's Tellowsn, creaTlve means 'havlng The power or quallTy of creaTlngUg and anachronlsm ls NanyThlng lncongruous ln polnT of Tlme wlTh lT's surroundlngs.' So, The SCA ls an assoclaTlon, or club, which ls creaTlvely ouT of place wlThln lTs surroundlngsn. sorT of. AcTually, The SCA ls a group of people who geT TogeTher To have fun by recreaTlng The mlddle ages for a weekend. Or, as Junlor Krls Halenbeck Cor Lady TrlsTe KaTherlne More! puTs IT, NThe SCA ls an educaTlonal non- proflT organlzaTlon for recreaTlng The Mlddle Ages and Renalsance Through cosTumlng, arTs and crafTs, flghTlng, and Tunf SCAers flrsT develop a npersona'g an alTer ego. Thls persona ls The person The SCAer Then nbecomesn aT evenTs. The persona can be anyone from Anne Bolyn's flcTlTlous second cousln ln Tudor England To a 14Th cenTury lTallan peasanT To a 15Th cenTury Japanese Samural To a flfTh cenTury barbarlan. The only requlremenT ls ThaT hefshe can noT be an acTual hlsTorlcal flgure. The reason Tor Thls ls so ThaT There are noT TwenTy Robln Hoods, ThlrTy ArThur Pendragons, or flfTy Anne Bolyns runnlng around. Also, Thls way members are compelled To flnd a perlod name and do some sTudylng lnTo ThaT era and creaTe a unlque and lnnovaTlve personal nlsTory for Thelr persona The SCA renTs a park for evenTs whlch lasT Tull weekends aT a Tlme. Durlng These weekends, SCA members puT on approprlaTe cos- Tumes and Take on Thelr personas' llTe sTyle. AT These evenTs There ls usually some form of TournamenT or TlghTlng conTesT, TeasTs, occaslonal orlglnal poeTry con- TesTs, bardlc clrcle, and oTher fun evenTs MosT evenTs conTaln some form of TournamenT or war ln whlch flghTers iboTh male and female? engage ln combaT wlTh Tull armor CleaTher, pIaTe, chaln, or The occaslonal plasTlcJ, meTal hel- meTs, and raTTan swords. AT The TournamenTs, The wlnner wlns a Trophy or prlze or, Twlce a year, may become klng, prlnce or whaT- ever else The parTlclpanTs are TlghTlng Tor. ln The wars, baTTIes are ToughT, ln compleTe armor wlTh raTTan swords, beTween Two sldes. Once a year There ls a major baTTle ln Pennsylvanla ln whlch members from all over The counTry joln and TlghT a major Wwarn. ln boTh The TournamenTs and The wars, sTrlcT rules are enforced To ensure The sateTy of all The par- TlclpanTs. The feasT ls a Tlme for Trlends To slT TogeTher, converse, and engage ln The consumpTlon of some- whaT perlod food, such as cornlsh hens. FeasTs usually lasT several hours and are several courses long. Many Tlmes There ls an over- abundance of food and afTer The tlrsT few courses The SCAer ls Tull. Baslcally, The feasT ls a Tlme for fun and Trlendshlp The poeT or song wrlTer can have a fleld day aT an SCA evenT because There ls such a hlgh prlorlTy glven To poeTry. There are several conTesTs one can enTer wlTh orlglnal poems. Usually The plece musT be somewhaT perlod and The poeT musT read IT aloud ln fronT of The populace iThe group of SCAersJ. The populace Then judges The plece by maklng as much nolse as possible, somewhaT llke The TalenT conTesT aT The BuIlshlT Bal leT. A major award a poeT can wln ls The PoeT LaureTTe. NoT only poeTs and flghTens can parTlclpaTe ln These conTesTs, buT There are conTesTs ThaT provlde for bel ly dancers, slngers, jug- glers, and even comedlans. These are judged ln much The same way as The poeTry conTesTs and musT also be as perlod as possible. Bardlc Circle ls anoTher baslc elemenT ln an evenT ln whlch SCAers are allowed To show Thelr TalenTs.lT usually Takes place laTe aT nlghT around a campflre. A candle ls passed around The clrcle glvlng The holder of The candle a chance To Tell a Tale, slng a song, or whaTever else he or she may wanT To share wlTh The group Some of The songs and sTorles are Taken dlrecTly from The mlddle ages while oThers are made up, and sTill oThers are Wfllkn songs ln whlch The wrlTer Takes a modern song and changes lT To flT The SCA, somewhaT llke Welrd Al. The SCA ls an lnTernaTlonal organlzaTlon whlch has lTs own kingdoms and nobIllTy boTh of whlch provlde mosTly aTmosphere for members. NoblllTy ls changed every slx monThs when a TournamenT ls held To choose The new Klng or Prlnce. It The leader does noT reslgn, he ls nassasslnaTedn by . . the SCA is an educational non-profit organization for re- creating the Middle Ages. . -Kris Halenbeck hls rep lacemenT or Wdlesn ln some publlc and dramaTlc way. For exanr ple, The lasT Prince of Trlmarls came home from Wwar' and 'dled' ln courT. Eckerd College ls The home of The household of Shadowsea, a newly esTabllshed campus group ThaT ls wlThln The boundrles and under The governing of The Shlre of Narval Dorado, whlch conslsTs of souThern Plnel las CounTy. The shlre ls Then under The newly esTabllshed Klngdom of Trlmarls, whlch ls mosT of Florlda. The Household ls lTself an offlclal Eckerd College club and plans medieval revels lone nlghT medieval parTyJ open To The enTlre campus. The SCA on campus ls as of now a small buT rapldlly growing club whlch ls headed by lT's pres- ldenT, Senlor ConsTance Herklng. 17



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