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Gov’t sets meeting place
Organization reaches out to students with open meetings
By Danae King
Assistant Pulse Editor
tions were used due to schedul- campus
Underg raduate Student
ing issues that were out of USG’s
control, said USG president, Emily
Government is striving for trans- Goldsberry said the meetings
parency this year despite their dif- will be in room 308 in the Union
ficulty in nailing down a consis- from now on and USG encourages
tent meeting room for students to student attendance at meetings.
access the organization’s meetings. “Once we settle down in 308 it’ll
The meetings began in the help a lot,” Ancinec said. “I think it
McFall Gallery and then moved to will improve transparency.”
various places in the Union. USG is working on using dif-
“We wanted to use the McFall ferent media sources such as
Gallery for our meetings this year,” Facebook and Twitter to promote
said Ben Goldsberry, USG speaker. the meetings and let students know
“But it wasn’t exactly the feel we’ve the location USG will meet.
been used to, it isn’t as student “Every meeting is open to stu-
friendly as 308 [Union].” dents, transparency is something
The meetings have since taken that’s really essential,” Goldsberry
place in room 308 in the Union,
See USG | Page 2
University waits for
in the Greenery and in the Union
multipurpose room. These loca-
response from Redbox
about kiosk on campus
Switchfoot, Anberlin EBG NE
co-headline concert at Stroh
| TH a letter that has more
MOL detailed information about why this
200 movie titles. University would be a good busi-
Redbox has 27,800 locations ness opportunity for Redbox,”
Mainstream bands to play Wednesday night nationwide and more than 68 per- she said.
cent of Americans live within five There are a number of consider-
By Bobby Waddle By Simone Jackson
geared toward all groups. minutes of a Redbox, according to ations Redbox takes into account
In Focus Editor Reporter
“I’m a believer, and obviously my the Redbox website, when deciding whether to put a
faith is going to influence my art,” Katie Post, Senator at Large for kiosk on campus, Solis said.
Other than co-headlining a show Butler said. “I feel that we do make The University is in the process of Student Government, said the idea “Redbox considers the number
at the Stroh Center, Switchfoot and sure that we’re making music for requesting a Redbox and is waiting of getting a Redbox on campus of people who come through the
Anberlin have another thing in everyone and that everyone feels for a response to its inquiry of get- came from a survey that students Union each day,” Solis said.
common: the love of engaging a live welcome.” ting a kiosk on campus. filled out last March. A DVD rental Factors that will determine if a
audience. Christian said the lyrics to Though nothing is official yet, system was the most requested item kiosk will be on campus in the spring
Chad Butler, Switchfoot’s drum- Anberlin’s songs are meant to Alex Solis, the Auxiliary Affairs Chair on the survey. include the size of the University
mer, and Stephen Christian, expose all of his personal failures for Student Government, said that “Fifty nine percent of respon- and its location, Post said.
Anberlin’s lead vocalist, spoke to and successes, and he asks the audi- having a Redbox on campus would dents said that they would use a “Redbox wants to be sure it will
The BG News about their upcom- ence to learn from them. He classi- provide a great and convenient way DVD rental if it were here on cam- profit from a new location before
ing show, set to begin at 7 p.m. fied the band’s music as “energetic for students to rent movies. pus,” Post said. deciding to install a kiosk,” Post said.
Wednesday. indie wave.” “The University is working to get Post said the University has “Redbox prefers to install kiosks in
While both bands have been asso- a Redbox in the Student Union this already submitted two applications
ciated with the Christian rock genre, See BANDS | Page 2 spring,” Solis said. to Redbox. See REDBOX | Page 2
Butler said Switchfoot makes music A typical Redbox offers around “Right now we are in the stages of
TRAVEL BACK IN TIME CAMPUS government will make a bet on the game and
pass a resolution. The bet will be between USG
BRIEF President Emily Ancinec, Vice President Rob
Orians and Speaker Ben Goldsberry and their
BGSU and UT student counterparts on the UT student government.
government to have The resolution, which both universities will
joint meeting sign, will detail the major points in the rivalry
Undergraduate Student Government will between the two schools and the history of the
welcome the University of Toledo’s student rivalry. The document will also include a section
government at Monday night’s meeting. It will about what the University is doing to further
be a joint meeting between the two student the rivalry.
governments in an effort to pump up student “We hope it will start a tradition, and be a
excitement for the homecoming game, in which historical piece,” Ancinec said.
the University will play UT. At the last meeting, USG members were
“It’ll be really fun,” said USG president Emily encouraged to wear their orange and brown to
Ancinec. “It’ll be like a mini pep rally, I guess the meeting. Following the meeting, Ancinec
USG style.” said USG members will mingle with the UT
Some of the highlights of the meeting will students and compare how each student gov-
be University President Mary Ellen Mazey ernment works.
stopping by and University acapella group 1040 Ancinec said she is looking forward to the
performing, which is a men’s choral group made joint meeting.
up of University students. “It’s a great way to encourage the rivalry,”
“They’re fabulous, very talented,” Ancinec Ancinec said.
said. The meeting will be in room 308 Union at
BYRON MACK | THE BG NEWS During the meeting, USG and UT’s student 7:30 p.m.
TIM MILLIS (right) battles student Phil Crider during a Dagorhir battle game Sunday afternoon.
CAMPUS FORUM SPORTS PEOPLE ON THE STREET
Renovations freshen halls Student tussles with wireless Mountaineers defeat Falcons Where is your favorite place to study or read?
The University is working to finalize plans Cartoonist Taylor Wilkes depicts a student West Virginia handed Bowling Green its second
to modernize Hanna, Mosely, University struggling to find an Internet connection loss of the season Saturday with a 55-10 win. The Freshman, Undecided
and South Halls and “gut” them during in the residence hall. See if she succeeds in Mountaineers ran the ball for 360 yards in the game, “Seventh floor of the library” | Page 4
renovations in the near future | Page 3 finding the signal | Page 5 led by running back Dustin Garrison | Page 6
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5:48 P.M. 2:22 A.M. within the 800 block of Scott Squeaker’s Cafe. The three sance party violation within
BLOTTER Complainant reported some
items stolen from his resi-
Complainant reported a ste-
reo taken from his unlocked
Hamilton Ave. The damage
is estimated at $50.
males and alleged victim left
the area, and the victim was
the 300 block of W. Wooster
FRI., SEPT. 30 dence within the 100 block vehicle in City Lot 2. It was described as an older male
8:19 A.M. of Biddle St. valued around $50 and the wearing a flannel shirt.
Complainant reported his 7:37 A.M. 1:48 A.M.
vehicle’s mirror had also been A vehicle was reported to Complainant reported two
house was broken into within popped out. It is now put
the 800 block of Sandridge 6:48 P.M. have damage done to its 8:31 P.M. corn hole boards stolen
Roberta A. Tomasi, 43, of back in place and the vehicle left front side within the Complainant reported a within the 200 block of N.
Road. has about $20 in damage.
Maumee, was arrested on 100 block of Palmer Ave. Weber grill taken from Enterprise St. Each board
a Williams County felony The damage is valued at Carter Park that is worth had a University Falcon head
9:30 A.M. warrant for contempt within 2:25 A.M. about $500 and the vehicle $300. logo.
Southside Laundromat the 1600 block of E. Wooster Adam J. Krieger, 21, of appeared to have been
reported $230 taken from St. The original charge was Bowling Green, was cited for kicked sometime overnight.
the change machine. 1:51 A.M.
aggravated theft and she was criminal trespass near Pike SUN., OCT. 2 Arsenio Alex-Lazr Carter,
transported to the Wood and North Prospect streets. 9:35 A.M. 1 A.M. 27, of Bowling Green, was
10:43 A.M. County Justice Center. Complainant reported Christina L. Hoffsis, 18, of cited for auto trespass and
Complainant reported $172 3:18 A.M. someone threw a downspout Bowling Green, was cited for later a citation for possession
in quarters taken from a bill 11:47 P.M. Damon L. Bechstein, 26, of on his vehicle’s windshield underage under the influ- of marijuana within the 100
changer within the 200 block Robert D. Lisowski, 20, of Bowling Green, was cited for within the 300 block of N. ence of alcohol within the block of N. Grove St.
of N. Main St. Toledo; and Trent Joseph operating a vehicle impaired Enterprise St. The cracked 200 block of N. Main St.
Voss, 18, of Grand Rapids, and failure to maintain rea- windshield caused about 2:18 A.M.
3:29 P.M. Mich., were both cited for sonable control within the $500 in damages. 1:02 A.M. Anderson James Fletcher
Complainant reported open container and under- 300 block of E. Wooster St. Chase M. Woolley, 19, of and Christopher A. Walker
a Samsung phone with age possession of alcohol 12:09 P.M. Toledo, was cited for under- McKenzie, both 22 and from
T-Mobile service that he within the 300 block of N. 3:24 A.M. Complainant reported a age under the influence of Toledo, were cited for disor-
thinks was stolen within the Prospect St. Felix Montalvo, 40, of Diamondback Venom Pro alcohol within the 100 block derly conduct/fighting within
100 block of N. Main St. a Fremont, Ohio, was cited for bicycle stolen while he went of W. Wooster St. the 100 block of N. Main St.
week prior. Someone found operating a vehicle impaired, inside the North Grove
the phone and said he/she SAT., OCT. 1 driving under suspension/ Carryout. The unlocked 1:10 A.M. ONLINE: Go to bgviews.com for
would give it back, but has 1:03 A.M. license restriction, no head- Staff at Kamikaze’s Bar
bicycle was valued at about the complete blotter list.
not yet. Anna Marie Mercer, 21, of lights at night and a traffic $650. reported a possible fake ID,
Perrysburg, was cited for control device violation but the subject had also left
open container of alcohol;
and Richard J. Dempsey, 20,
within the 100 block of N.
prior to police unit’s arrival.
The subject also left his debit
$1050 missing from his bank
account within the 900 block
of Oregon, Ohio, was cited
for underage possession of
A caller reported seeing a
male lying on the ground
card at the bar. POLICY
5:27 A.M. with three males standing We want to correct all factual
alcohol. Both were cited in
of Klotz Road. Complainant reported around him as he came 1:18 A.M. errors. If you think an error has
City Lot 1.
a damaged mailbox lid out the back entrance of Sean Crayton, 21, of Bowling been made, call The BG News
Green, was cited for nui- at 419-372-6966.
REDBOX a possibility,” Post said,
BANDS “Hearing people sing the “We have the best job in the world. We
With an addition of a new words back to us is the best
From Page 1 Redbox on campus, some From Page 1 part of the night,” Butler said. get to be playing these songs every
students like freshman “That’s the power of music, it’s
universities where there are Macey Hoelscher may switch “[It’s] energetic rock, but to unify people from all dif- night and have the opportunity to share
at least 15,000 students. BG from other movie sources. indie music and new wave ferent backgrounds together,
has 17,500.” “I think students would music kind of added in togeth- singing one song.” the stage with Anberlin”
If Redbox decides to put a use Redbox if it was offered er,” Christian said. Butler said the bands were Chad Butler | Switchfoot Drummer
kiosk on campus, there are on campus,” Hoelscher said. Both musicians enjoyed specifically trying to play at
still other departments that “It’s easier to just pay a dollar the spontaneity of the colleges on their tour, and he good with a ballad or two as like straight ahead rock and
would have to be consulted. instead of using Netflix and live experience and both said the music might connect well,” Bressler said. roll, they’re such tight musi-
“We have to make sure we have to pay a monthly fee.” bands change nightly with students on a lyrical level. The bands are also add- cians, and I think that we’re
are following the University’s There are currently four setlists for shows. “I’ve always thought that ing a charitable aspect to a bit more dark and a bit
policies,” Post said. Redbox locations in Bowling “There’s a freedom and [singer Jon Foreman] was the show by asking fans more energetic,” Christian
“We have not heard any- Green. The University is uncertainty to the live a pretty intellectual poet,” to donate backpacks to said. “I like that, because
thing back from Redbox yet, investigating other options if show,” Butler said. “I think Butler said. “He reads a lot an organization called if we sounded exactly the
so we do not even know if it is Redbox does not work out. that danger, that element of and there’s a lot of great ref- StandUp For Kids to benefit same, it would be such a
the unknown, is what makes erences in his music to phi- homeless children. boring show.”
each show exciting, so I love losophers … it’s just music Butler mentioned the first Butler said the tour has
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Christian said colleges are
for thinking people.”
Ben Spence, general man-
single on Switchfoot’s new
album “Vice Verses.” The
been a lot of fun, and he
looks forward to performing
bgnews.com among Anberlin’s favorite
places to play with a “ram-
ager for the Stroh Center,
said the arena can provide
song, “Dark Horses,” is about
homeless kids in the band’s
at the University.
“We have the best job in
bunctious” crowd providing a more intimate atmosphere hometown of San Diego. the world,” he said. “We get
bgnews.com an energetic atmosphere. He
also noted the challenge of
connecting with an arena
crowd instead of a more inti-
for the show, citing every seat
as a quality one.
“It’s going to be different
than the first concert … it’s
Musically, Butler said the
album was driven more by
the drums and bass, adding
a Motown and hip-hop sen-
to be playing these songs
every night and have the
opportunity to share the
stage with Anberlin. Life
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“The idea to try to get
going to be more high ener-
gy, heavier rock than the first
sibility to it.
“This record has a certain
couldn’t be better.”
Christian returned the
bgnews.com everyone involved no matter
where they are sitting in the
show,” Spence said.
Scot Bressler, coordinator
swagger to it,” he said. “For
me as a drummer, it’s a really
compliment to Switchfoot.
“[Anberlin are] massive
BGNEWS.COM entire audience,” Christian
said. “That’s definitely one of
of the event, said both bands
requested no chairs on the
exciting period for us, push-
fans of the band first, and …
the biggest goals … to make it floor, opting for standing The musicians said the Tickets are all general
feel like even though there’s room to help create an ener- bands complement each admission seating and cost
5,000 people in there, that getic atmosphere. other as well, and this tour $23 for students and $25
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Butler said that crowd inter-
He also complimented the
bands’ diverse catalogs.
has provided them a chance
to tour together after numer-
for others. They will still be
available at the door. Atomic
action was a large motivator in “They do the hard rock, the ous schedule conflicts. Tom will open the show, a
their live show. edgier music, and they are so “I think [Switchfoot] is New York based band.
USG gain student input.” “We would love to but they can also participate
One way the organization in what is called lobby time.
From Page 1 was attempting to encourage have people. [USG] “During lobby time any
student input was by experi- student at the University can
is really striving to
said. “I think we’ve been menting with different meet- come and speak,” Goldsberry
forthright with everything ing places. said.
gain student input.”
the we’re doing.”
Michael Ginsburg, associ-
USG recently had a meet-
ing in the Greenery, which Michael Ginsburg | Adviser
Besides the meetings,
another way the organiza-
ate dean of students and USG was an attempt to involve tion works to gain participa-
adviser, said student atten- students more, Ginsburg students would stop by and tion from their constituents,
dance at meetings is “pretty said. participate in the meeting, students, is to have what they
minimal.” “One reason why we were but it didn’t work out that call external office hours for
“We would love to have in the greenery was to try to way.” their senators.
people,” Ginsburg said. be highly visible,” Ginsburg Students can not only “Senators are required to
“[USG] is really striving to said. “We were hoping that attend meetings and observe, do external office hours,”
Ancinec said. “Those are
You don’t have to live like this... where they actually go out-
side of the office and meet
with constituents … they
could meet with people in
their college, on their floor,
they could really talk to any-
USG is also trying to
strengthen their connection
with other student organi-
zations such as the Resident
Student Association and
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University plans for academic building renovations
By Dominic Binkley
Reporter and design firm called Tsoi/ brought in by the University “In terms of an actual looked at the [buildings] cess, University construc-
Kobus & Associates Inc. was to assess the conditions of that were built a while ago tion officials must have their
The University is in the pro- employed by the University the buildings. The assess- schedule, we don’t that may be in somewhat proposals approved by the
cess of completing plans for to develop a master plan for ment concluded that some of good structural shape but board of trustees.
the renovation of four aca- the entire campus. the academic buildings were have that set at this mechanical systems prob- “We will be looking at tak-
demic buildings on campus. “We had done the last mas- in need of renovations. ably needed help,” said ing something to the board
University officials are ter plan back in 2004, so it “The buildings are old, so point in time.” Dave Owens, principal at of trustees at their next
concentrating their atten- was time for us to do anoth- out of that came the recom- Robert Waddle | Assistant VP Tsoi/Kobus and Associates. meeting to start the process,”
tion on the renovation of er one. And at this point in mendation to essentially gut “We put hierarchies to what Waddle said. “In terms of an
Hanna, Mosely, University time, we wanted to bring the buildings. There will be The findings from the buildings needed the most actual schedule, we don’t
and South Halls. Hanna, that firm in to essentially some spaces that we keep in building assessment were amount of attention as far have that set at this point
Mosely and University Halls tell us where all the build- some of them but largely, [we relayed to Tsoi/Kobus & as a replacement, an addi- in time. A lot of that will be
were constructed within 21 ings across campus stood,” will] demolish the insides of Associates Inc. who used the tion, or renovation, and we driven, first of all, by how the
years of the establishment said Robert Waddle, assis- the buildings and then reno- information for the develop- applied that to the differ- programming and design of
of the University in 1910, tant vice president of Capital vate them to become next ment of the master plan. ent circular requirements the buildings goes, and also
according to the University Planning and Design. generation teaching spaces,” This master plan focuses that were asked for us by the what kind of schedule for
website. A design and engineering said Steven Krakoff, associ- on updating several of the University,” said Owens. funding we’ll be able to work
Last year a Massachusetts- team from DesignGroup, ate vice president for Capital academic buildings. Before the next step can be out with the state.”
based architectural planning an architectural firm, was Planning and Design. “What we did was we taken in the renovation pro-
KICK IT, ICE IT,
The Falcons won half of eight sporting events played this weekend, from football to volleyball
MIKE REED | THE BG NEWS
ABOVE: Tracy Togba dodges University of Toledo midfielder Kristen Mattei on
Friday September 30. The Falcons lost 0-1.
LEFT: Jake Sloat (left) and Ian Ruel (right) give each other a celebratory hug after
their win against Ontario Institute of Technology.
BOTTOM LEFT: Kari Galen gets ready to spike the ball. The Falcons played the
University of Akron winning 3-0.
BOTTOM RIGHT: Forward Byard Ebling plays the ball off his chest as he advances
the ball down field. BG won against Florida Atlantic.
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Zoos are more than Without these efforts I am College Democrats Princeton, Clemson, and Elon.
just displays of animals confident many more spe- upset about Senate Bill 5 The administration should be
cies would go extinct. fighting to keep these profes-
I believe you have misunder- Why should we care if Last week the Toledo Blade sors at BGSU. Instead, they are
stood the purpose of zoos. species go extinct? It’s not revealed that BGSU adminis- driving them away in droves.
A zoo’s main purpose is not because we like them but trators were directly involved I am ashamed that my
to have animals for people because they have an impact in the language and intent of University was directly
to gawk at and admire. Sure on their ecosystem. Senate Bill 5. involved in such a heinous and
people may go there for that The extinction of one As the President of College disrespectful bill.
“ reason, but zoos are estab-
lished to conserve species
and educate the public.
species impacts many oth-
ers, including humans. All
organisms are connected to
Democrats, I can safely say
that our group is infuriated
by the fact that this University
Our organization believes
that a reasonable step moving
forward should be the admin-
GRINDS MY I worked at a zoo for the
past two summers, so I
Furthermore, zoos edu-
was involved in a measure that
took bargaining rights away
istration recognizing the dem-
ocratically elected BGSU-FA.
speak from experience. cate people through animals from teachers, police officers, Additionally, we would urge
Zoos across the world have and the different programs firefighters and the democrat- all students to register to vote
research and breeding pro- they offer. ically elected BGSU-FA. against Issue 2.
grams to assist in recovering Zoos have a big impact in When I pay tuition to this If the voters reject Issue
endangered plants and ani- educating people about the University, I do so with the 2, we can all move on from
mals. Examples of this are importance of conservation. assumption that the money this experience knowing that
THEBGNEWS PRESENTS the black-footed ferret and
the Przewalski’s horse.
Things people learn at
zoos can inspire them to do
will be used to pay for aca-
demic enhancement. Instead,
democracy prevailed. All stu-
dents and faculty should join
Both species were extinct things to better the envi- it is being used to pay for the us in solidarity this Thursday
WHAT IS FALCON SCREECH?
in the wild before breeding
programs were set up, and
now both have been reintro-
ronment as well as inspire
careers and shape life styles
in young minds.
salaries of those who have
literally brought down the
quality of education at BGSU.
from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. at a rally
protesting Issue 2 and the
actions of the previous admin-
duced into the wild. During my time at BGSU, I istration.
FALCON SCREECH IS A SPECIAL ADDITION TO From working at a zoo and have personally witnessed
MONDAY’S FORUM SECTION. SUBMIT YOUR 100-WORD learning about the exotic Gregg Janos seven different professors Danni McConnell
RANT ANONYMOUSLY AT BGNEWS.COM. species, I cannot stress the email@example.com leave for better opportunities. firstname.lastname@example.org
significance of zoos’ conser- These professors left for well-
To the fans who boo their team, why do you exist? When vation efforts. respected institutions such as
your team is struggling, that’s when they need their crowd
the most. I can only imagine how demoralizing it was for the
various football teams to hear their own fans hurling insults
at them this weekend as they played their hearts out. Stand
by your team, Falcons, Buckeyes and Browns.
—KEEP YOUR HEADS UP
Leisure reading New decisions
This semester has been super busy! There isn’t enough time
in the day to do all of my homework and study for every
exam. I need to sleep and eat too. Not to mention de-stress.
time is precious affect wallet, jobs
entertainment and my pas- little light) has been gener-
—WHERE DID THE TIME GO sion. I simply cannot fathom PHIL
PHI ated over the recent revela-
TARA KELLER somebody who doesn’t feel SCHUR
SCHURRER tion that Solyndra, a manu-
I expected to be watching my team compete in postseason the same. I actually feel an COLUMNIST
COLUMN facturer of solar products,
baseball right now. Unfortunately, I’m a Cleveland Indians immense amount of pity for has filed for bankruptcy.
fan, so I’m not. I’m sick of all the “Windians,” “There’s always those people who don’t like Companies go bankrupt
next year” and “What if?” hype. Stop getting my hopes up. “I’ve never read an entire to read. every day, but Solyndra
They suck — and they will next year too. book.” They’re missing out. I’ve Item One: Two weeks ago, has distinguished itself in
—FORGET NEXT YEAR This statement was not competed in the danger- the Consumer Products two ways. First, President
issued out of the mouth of ous Hunger Games, eloped Safety Commission (CPSC) Obama had praised the
a literature-deprived child with Romeo and studied revoked a previous ruling Fremont, Calif., company as
To the raccoon who jumped in front of the car … you got or from an illiterate adult. magic at Hogwarts School of regarding drains on public being on the leading edge of
OWNED! Why are you so stupid/blind/ignorant? You had This announcement was not Witchcraft and Wizardry all swimming pools. the “green jobs” revolution.
plenty of time to get out of the way, but you just stood there coated in shame or even a without leaving the comfort Evidently, the danger is Second, in 2009 Solyndra
and watched as the front fender of this car obliterated you. willingness to change. of my room while remaining that small children could applied for and received
Do you have no concern for others? Your body could have No, this declaration was in the confines of the pages I have their arms or legs a Department of Energy
done some serious damage underneath my car. made from a girl I heard so eagerly turned. trapped in the drain due to loan through the Federal
—STUPID ANIMAL boasting to her friends while People sometimes lament suction,and then drown. All Financing Bank, an arm of
walking around campus. that they’d rather be some- of this stems from a 2008 law the U.S. Treasury. Solyndra
For the love of all things holy, stop stopping in front of me, This college student was one else for a little bit and passed by Congress. had promised to create 4,000
people. Merge off into the grass and talk to your friends, bragging about the fact that see the world through dif- Eighteen months ago, one new jobs.
don’t hold up traffic. I’m a busy person and you’re holding she doesn’t read at all. Her ferent eyes. This is exactly of the CPSC Commissioners The loan amounted to
two friends were rapt with what reading provides. I had voted with two others $535 million. Since Solyndra
me up. I have places to go, things to do, exams to do poorly
attention and adoration. can crack open a book and in favor of a simple plastic is in bankruptcy, who pays it
on! They too insisted that they leave the familiarity of my drain cover that could not back? Yep, the taxpayers.
—MOVE ALONG, MOVE ALONG could not believe that some world behind. be blocked; however, he You’d think they’d learn
people read “for fun” and College students in par- recently changed his vote but they don’t.
Hey speedracer, slow down. It’s a parking lot, not Daytona enjoy a hearty chuckle at the ticular are well aware that and sided with two other On Sept. 29 of this year,
500. Get a doctor to fix your lead foot and start driving like expense of those poor souls. leisure time is precious. commissioners on the five- the Energy Department
a normal person. It is a safe bet to say Between classes and work, person commission. This re- completed a $737 million
—MOSEYING MOLLY that this girl I was walk- the only books they are like- vote occurred after a noisy loan guarantee to Tonopah
ing behind has the mental ly to open are the ones man- and emotional debate. Solar Energy in Nevada. The
capacity to finish a book just dated by their professors. It The decision means that loan approval came just two
doesn’t have the desire. is hard to make time to read public pools, some 300,000 days prior to the expiration
After my day was over, I for enjoyment. of them, with a single drain of the loan program, accord-
went to my room that night will have to install costly
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KELLER “There is no better adrenaline rush than BATTLE
From Page 4 your heart madly thumping and your
However, I suggest, eyes stinging from an unwillingness to
instead of unwinding with
a reality show at night, curl blink when you’re at the best part ...” WIRELESS
up with a good book. Don’t sequel. dreams that carry the
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I hear they rent books for nation. The words on the they ever thought pos-
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iPads, Kindles, Nooks and the reader to fill in the books would be one-
computer to good use. blanks for themselves. dimensional, unimagina-
Read a book. Televisions with their tive and dull.
There is no better adren- images flashing onscreen I sincerely hope that the
aline rush than your heart can only go so far. The next time I encounter that
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your eyes stinging from into seeing what the pro- pus, she won’t stop raving
an unwillingness to blink gram wants them to see. A about the “entire” book
when you’re at the best book, however, encourag- she just read.
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pool drains and the solar plant it didn’t hate. But, economics. It’s the goal
energy loan programs we need to look at the that counts, you see; the
is that all of the imple- whole picture. idea that government
mentation was, and is in The Energy Information knows best and knows
the hands of unelected Ad m i n ist rat ion, an more. The “touchy-feely-
Federa l bureaucrats. agency of the U.S. gov- hopey” change and feel-
Congress passes legisla- ernment, has estimated good thing.
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and enforcement up to ity at a cost of $311.80 per to pay the office light bill
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It also has become very despised) natural gas-
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heads to Nevada
By Ethan Easterwood
The BG women’s golf team
has headed out West for their
The Falcons have traveled to
Dayton, Nev., carrying a lot of
momentum from the last few
weeks. The Wolf Pack Classic
is in its inaugural year and
will give the Falcons some
experience playing against
teams they rarely see.
“By being exposed to a new
type of golf, we will end up
more complete players,” said
head coach Stephanie Young.
According to Young, the
Falcons try to schedule at least
one tournament that is in the
western part of the country.
Last year the team traveled to
both North Texas and Arizona.
Coming into this event, the
Falcons have already had a
tournament winner and an
impressive second place fin-
ish this season. Naturally the
expectations will be high for
the event, but the Falcons
TYLER STABILE | THE BG NEWS
“won’t get ahead of ourselves,”
Young said. She added that DUSTIN GARRISON, West Virginia running back, runs the ball in for a touchdown Saturday afternoon as DeVon McKoy (12) and Tim Moore (41) look on. Garrison was a primary weapon for West Virginia
in the game, running for 291 yards and two scores.
they will be shooting for a
group score in between 300
The Fa lcons w ill be send-
i ng Ba i ley A r nold, sen ior
Paula DiFrancesco, captain
A my Rut henberg and fresh-
men Shelby W i lson a nd
Mountaineers overpower Falcons
Patricia Holt. West Virginia racks up 638 yards of offense, hold BG scoreless after first quarter in 55-10 rout.
The Wolf Pack
By Ryan Satkowiak
Classic will take the Mountaineers more than dou- games of the season, had a career ping [Tavon] Austin and [Stedman]
place at a course bled their season total of rushing day, gashing the Falcons’ defense Bailey, so we spread out hoping we
designed by yards, racking up 360 yards on the for 293 yards and two touchdowns could hold up against the run, and
Arnold Palmer, MORGANTOWN, W. Va. — West ground against BG’s defense. on 32 carries. obviously we didn’t do that.”
Dayton Valley Virginia’s passing game proved to “Going into the game plan, no “They overwhelmed us a bit up While the start of the game wasn’t
Golf club, which Bailey be too much, in a completely non- we didn’t expect [them to run that front, and we missed too many tack- a good one for the Falcons, they
excites the team. Arnold traditional way. much],” said defensive tackle Chris les,” head coach Dave Clawson said. appeared to have taken control of
The Falcons will Coming into the game third in Jones. “But they did and we were “They won the battle in the trenches the game early.
play 36 holes the nation in passing yards per having a hard time stopping it, so on offense, and we didn’t do a good Jerry “Booboo” Gates fumbled
on Monday and
team’s only game, the Mountaineers used the they went with it.” enough job of getting off blocks. the opening kickoff, giving West
18 on Tuesday individual win threat of pass to keep BG’s defense West Virginia running back To be honest, we were more wor-
in the 10-team of the season off balance in a 55-10 victory Dustin Garrison, who had 65 yards ried about stopping the passing See ROUT | Page 8
tournament. Saturday afternoon. In the game, on 13 carries in his first three game. We were worried about stop-
TYLER STABILE | THE BG NEWS
PAIGE PENROD, No. 12, spikes the ball Friday against Akron. She had 14 kills in the game, a 3-0 BG victory.
BG volleyball splits games with Akron, Buffalo
By Nick Marlow University Friday night before los- the ball at a .429 clip in the first set.
Reporter ing a five-setter to Buffalo University Danielle Tonyan led the attack with
Saturday afternoon. eight kills at a .429 rate and added
TOM NEPOMUCENO | THE BG NEWS
BG split games this weekend at the The Falcons raked a Zips team two serving aces, while Paige Penrod
CAMERON SINCLAIR fights past on OIT defender Sunday afternoon in the Falcons’ first game of Stroh and fell to third in the east- in search of its first conference win
the season. BG won the exhibition game 7-4 behind two goals from Mike Fink, Jake Sloat and James ern division of the Mid-American 25-20, 30-28, 25-23. See SPLIT | Page 7
McIntosh and single goal from Cam Wojtala. Head to BGNews.com/sports for a full recap of the game.
Conference, sweeping Akron BG opened the match slugging
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THE BG NEWS SUDOKU
PHOTO PROVIDED BY DIRECTOR OF RUGBY ROGER MAZZARELLA SUDOKU
DOMINIC MAUER, BG All-American center, fights through a crowd of Indiana defenders. Mauer had a try for the Falcons this weekend. To play: Complete the grid
so that every row, column
and every 3 x 3 box contains
BG rugby takes down Indiana, 30-27 the digits 1 to 9. There is no
guessing or math involved.
Just use logic to solve
By Max Householder
BG Rugby Director Roger late, with the last one coming made and those were sim-
Mazzarella said BG was with only a second remaining ply staying composed and
able to “open up holes in the and no time to change the not losing their heads in
It was an exciting matchup Indiana defense and was still outcome of the match. crunch time. It was that and
yesterday at College Park rumbling down the field on The Falcons were able to the Falcons familiarity with
Rugby field where the BG long runs dragging two, three win a 10th straight match Indiana that enabled them to
rugby club was able to or four Indiana defenders against the Mudsharks, but overcome the halftime deficit
escape with a 30-27 win along for the ride.” this one wasn’t pretty as and really take charge in the
over Indiana. BG got down in a 12-3 hole in the Falcons started out very second half.
In what has become a bit of the first half and into halftime, sluggish. After the game the It was an evenly spread
a rivalry over the years, things but after the intermission they Falcons were not sure why affair as far as scoring for
got even heavier before this settled down and took control they started so slow, but the Falcons, in fact five dif-
match where there was an
article on rugbymag.com
that described Indiana’s
in what really became a back
and forth battle.
BG scored three con-
they did have a reason for
how they were able to get
ferent players tried. Flanker
Cyrus Sharif, eight man Mike
Ziegler, hooker Mike Brown,
BG drops games against
desire to end a nine-game secutive tries to open up “Bottom line is that we and wing Scott Polzin all had
losing streak to the Falcons.
Also highlighted in the
article was their emphasis
the second half to take an
18-12 lead, but Indiana soon
answered with a try making
didn’t execute our game-
plan initially,” fly half Max
Narewski said. “When we
tries with scrum half Ben
Marshall adding a penalty
and conversion kick.
Toledo, Ball State
By Alex Krempasky Becca
on stopping center Dominic it 18-17. However, BG would finally settled into our style, Next week the Falcons will
Mauer. Mauer, who returned follow that up with two tries we played as a collective unit, travel to Elkhart, Ind., to play Ison
from an injury last week, was and a conversion kick by we’re then able to execute our the Air Force Academy. The Stopped 13 of 16
unable to be held in check by scrum half Ben Marshall, offense and defense.” game is scheduled for 10 a.m. The Falcons finished off the shots for BG this
Indiana, scoring a 55-yard try making it 30-17. He had a simple answer on Saturday. weekend home stand with weekend
in the second half. Indiana would add two tries what adjustments his team two losses against Toledo
and Ball State, dropping
their record to 4-9. Zuccaro wasn’t as con-
Men’s soccer sweeps weekend with pair of wins Friday’s loss against
Toledo was a hard fought
match, but Toledo’s Rachel
tent with the turnout as
“We need to realize that
MacLeod scored the win- it’s still early,” Zuccaro said.
By Cameron Teague Robinson Danny
hard time getting the ball out not convert on their chances. ning goal in the 70th min- “We can turn around this
of the back. “We have to convert on Baraldi ute. Both teams were very bad losing streak.”
“They were difficult condi- our chances inside the box,” Scored a goal and physical and accumulated Even though the Falcons
The BG men’s soccer team tions,” coach Eric Nichols said. Nichols said. “We will get pun- set up another for 22 fouls combined, but are on a three-game losing
showed their fans that not “But I think we played well ished by teams in the future if BG this weekend the Rockets out shot the streak, Richards still has
much has changed in their battling the wind.” we do not finish those.” Falcons 13-6. confidence in his team.
play since the last time they With 10 seconds left in the The Falcons finished the Junior Becca Ison had a “I know we can compete
played at Cochrane field two first half Danny Baraldi took a game with a 1-0 win, increas- second half Baraldi got a goal stellar weekend with 13 with every team in the
weeks ago. The Falcons won shot on goal, but the goalkeep- ing their record to 6-2-1. of his own. Rodcliff Hall also saves total in the two games MAC,” Richards said. “If
games against IUPUI and er made a good diving save. On Sunday afternoon the took his chance at the 48:20 this weekend. we catch a few breaks and
Florida Atlantic this weekend. He left the ball sitting there for Falcons opened their con- mark and converted to put the Even though the Falcons peak at the right time, then
Friday afternoon the Colin Armstrong to finish with ference play against Florida Falcons up 3-0. lost both games, head coach one win could snowball
Falcons played the IUPUI six seconds left for the first and Atlantic. With a few hundred The defense held up very Andy Richards was not par- into multiple wins in the
Jaguars at home on a cold, only goal of the game. present fans, they started their well as Wiest did not need ticularly upset about them. conference.”
windy day. The weather con- “Danny took a good shot conference the way they want- to make one save during “It’s disappointing to The Falcons have a
ditions were bound to have an and the ball just came off the ed with a 3-0 win. the game. lose,” Richards said. “But it’s home and an away game
effect on both teams’ game goalie’s glove,” Armstrong The Falcons got some “This was one of our most hard to find words to tell the this coming weekend.
plans. But the Falcons made said. “It was exciting to hear help on their first goal with comprehensive games,” girls because they are doing Friday the Falcons host
the best of the weather and the countdown and see an Baraldi’s corner kick. The cor- Nichols said. “We did a lot of everything we ask.” the Eagles of Eastern
came out with a 1-0 win. open goal just pop up right in ner was deflected by a Florida things well.” The Falcons are now 1-3 in Michigan at 4 p.m. at the
The first half showed both front of me.” Atlantic defender into the The Falcons improved their Mid-American Conference Cochrane Soccer Stadium
teams getting used to the The Falcons had many goal, causing an own goal. record to 7-2-1 and look to matches and have seven and Sunday they travel to
weather. The Falcons had the other opportunities in the sec- That gave the Falcons a 1-0 improve it even more when matches left until the MAC Mt. Pleasant, Mich., to take
wind against them during the ond half to push the score to a lead going into halftime. they travel to Ohio State on Tournament begins. on the Central Michigan
first half and seemed to have a more comfortable spot but did About 19 seconds into the Wednesday. Senior captain Alyssa Chippewas at 1 p.m.
SPLIT Middles Emily Kauth and
Kari Galen combined for 15
the first set until they went
on a 9-0 run, with the score
is to pass a 2.26 and today we
were at a 2.0. That’s not good
ball contact,” Van De Walle
said. “We were trying to set her
the net, and I thought we were
going to rack up a lot of blocks.
From Page 6 kills at rates of .467 and .417 at 13-17, on the strength enough. They caught us with inside a little bit more because But we just did not penetrate,
during the match, while Ashley of five kills, a serving ace that short serve and it disrupt- there blocker was setting up did not seal the net, they tooled
supplemented the right side Dunn recorded a match-high from Avila, and three Bulls’ ed things.” right at the antenna, so we us to death tonight.”
hitter with .625 hitting on 15 digs and was responsible for attacking errors. Penrod tallied nine of her were trying to under set her, BG more than doubled the
five kills. one of the Falcons’ six serving After Buffalo took set two, 22 kills in the third and was so to speak, inside the court Bulls’ hitting errors with 11 —
The second set featured nine aces. Setter Erica Fullenkamp BG regained momentum in continually unloading with more, so she could just come six of which were Penrod’s.
lead changes, and the score had four kills at a .667 clip. the third — which featured 10 un-returnable shots that either in and bust it to right back.” Tonyan posted 21 kills and
was tied on twenty occasions. BG’s dominating perfor- ties and three lead changes — hit the floor or ricocheted off But Tonyan would follow up hit .432 during the match,
An Akron serving error from mance did not carry over and took the set after rallying the limbs and torsos of Buffalo her dominance in the fourth while Lindsey Butterfield also
Alex Cocklin put the score at into Saturday as its Saturday back from a 9-17 deficit. defenders. set with only two kills on seven showed up for the Falcons
28-28 before Paige Penrod’s afternoon match against Buffalo answered with five But the left side hitter and attempts in the fifth while with seven kills at a .400 clip.
kill and Lauren Mizgalski’s a Buffalo resulted in a heart- serving aces — three racked the Falcons cooled off, drop- committing two errors. The loss put the Falcons in
serving ace ended the set. breaking 25-19, 23-25, 31-29, up by Dani Reinert. The Bulls ping the fourth set due to poor In the last two sets, Buffalo a tie for third place with the
Both teams came out swing- 20-25, 13-15 loss. were forcing BG out of zone hitting and blocking that car- outhit the Falcons .386 to .170, Bulls in the Eastern division
ing in the third. The Zips .441 “We didn’t deserve the all night, mixing short serves ried over into the fifth. Tonyan adding six blocks compared to and gave Miami University
hitting was trumped by a .462 win,” said coach Denise Van from Reinert with laser jump kept the Falcons attacking zero from BG. — who took down Buffalo
effort from the Falcons. BG De Walle. “I thought Buffalo serves from Liz Scott and afloat in the fourth with six “We just did not block well Friday — sole possession of
posted 21 kills — committing really outplayed us. They out- Kelly Svoboda. kills on .556 hitting. at all tonight,” Van De Walle second. At 15-2, BG claims the
only two errors — aided by worked us.” “We did not pass well today,” “[Tonyan] hits the ball hard said.” I thought that Buffalo highest winning percentage
setter Laura Avila’s 13 assists. The Falcons did not lead in Van De Walle said. “Our goal and has really good hand to hit the ball hard, but low to in the MAC.
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From Page 6 Eugene Cooper and safety Martin, who admirably filled
Jovan Leacock, who were in for Samuel and Jordan
Virginia the ball with a short both declared ineligible due Hopgood, who was injured High s s
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touchdown. cleared up before BG’s game working hard opening holes
BG’s defense then held against Western Michigan this for me, and I was just doing
West Virginia to a three-and- weekend, and added that their my job.”
out, and the Falcons’ offense absence, as well as the absence While the Falcons held
once again drove down the of Samuel, did not have a large West Virginia to 100 yards
field. But the offense stalled impact on the game. below their per game passing
inside the five-yard line, forc- “When you play a team the average, quarterback Geno
ing a Stephen Stein field goal caliber of West Virginia, you Smith still had a strong game,
to make it 10-3. better bring your ‘A’ game,” completing 18-of-30 passes
That is when momentum Clawson said. “You lose a for 238 yards and three scores.
turned. BG’s defense forced game by 45 points, to say you Much of West Virginia’s
a third and long for West lost [a couple] guys and that passing totals came from B O W L I N G G R E E N S T A T E U N I V E R S I T Y
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terback penalty gave the The Falcons offense, aside completions by the receivers,
Mountaineers a first down from the first two drives, although they did complete
and sparked a five play, 70 struggled as a whole in this several deep passes.
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“We got a good start, and
everything was moving
[offensively],” said running
game. They were once again
plagued by turnovers, giving
the ball away five times on
three interceptions and two
“We knew coming into this
game they were going to try
to quick it, they’re not a big
drop back team,” Jones said.
back Jamel Martin, who fumbles. “When they did drop back,
stepped in for an injured Schilz struggled through- we did get a lot of pressure
Anthon Samuel and ran for a out the game, completing on them, and we hit Geno a
career-high 114 yards. “A lot 13-of-25 passes for 114 couple of times, but overall
of three-and-outs happened yards with a touchdown they threw those quick passes
[after that].” and three picks. and we were having a hard
In addition to being with- However, if there was time getting back there.”
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