The Brand (Abilene, Tex.), Ed. 1, Friday, August 19, 1994 Page: 3 of 8
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August 19 1994
Parking Could Be a Problem
Unless Students Cooperate
Relocation of the HSU Book-
store to Moody Center and dorm
changes at Hunter Hall will make
parking places even fewer and
farther between this fall.
HSU Bookstore was moved
from the corner of Ambler and
Hickory Streets to the lobby of
Moody Center to make it more
accessible to students. Guest hous-
ing in Hunter Hall is.being trans-
formed into a men's dorm to make
room for an increased student en-
rollment These two changes make for
difficulty in finding a parking
space. Chief of Police Don
Dearman asks that "all on-cam-pus
students walk to the book-
store. It is centrally -located in
Campus Police Phase
Due to the complex locking
mechanisms on new model ve-
hicles HSU Police will be phas-
ing out their door unlocking ser-
vice. "Too much damage is being
done to the vehicles when we try
to unlock the doors" says Chief of
Police Don Dearman.
Without sending someone to
locksmith school which could
prove cosdy Dearman feels the
campus police can no longer offer
the unlocking service.
Two new alternatives are be
Students Asked to
Come to the library at your
earliest convenience to have your
ID will allow-you library privi-
leges atHSU's Richardson Library
and the Smith Music Library as
well as the libraries at Abilene
Christian University McMurry
University and Abilene Public
Introductory tours of the li-
brary are given for freshmen
through English 1301 classes.
Moody Center and it is not a long
walk." This will assure that off-
campus students can find parking
for the bookstore.
The parking lot behind Hunter
Hall has only 65 parking spaces to
serve its 110 residents. Overflow
from Hunter parking lpt will be
behind Frost Fine Arts Center.
Dearman asked for coopera-
tion from all HSU students add-
ing that HSU police will be more
consistent with their enforcement
of the 5-minute' parking spaces
20-minute parking spaces 1-hour
parking spaces and visitor park- -ing
spaces located in front of
Sanderfer Memorial Building and
Moody Center and the Johnson
Out Unlocking Service
ing offered to students. Campus
Police will be keeping a high-
security key cabinet where stu-
dents can keep a spare key to their
car. All students must do to get
into their car is call the campus
police and give them the key num-
ber. The policemen will then bring
the .student their spare key.
Also a wrecker service will
charge discount prices to students
who call them to unlock their cars.
For more information contact the
Campus Police at ext. 1461..
Book It to the Library for a Barcode
Students not taking ENGL 1301
at HSU may contact Conine
Shields Associate Director for
information concerning library
If you own a personal com-
puter with a modem you may dial
up ALCON (the database catalog
of the Abilene Library Consor-
tium). Call 674-2929 and answer
username with HSUPAC to ac-
cess many information sources.
The library staff is eager to
We would like to extend a
special "thank you" to all
of those who provided
. prizes for our orientation
Harold's Pit BBQ
B & L Carpet
Q Ci's Pizza
Hickory Street Cafe
Miz Scarlett's Garden
Subway Sandwich Shop
serve you. Please ask for help
when you need it. We are proud
of the library facilities and think
you will enjoy the comfortable
lounge arid study areas.
Monday - Thursday 7:30 a.m.
to 10:30 p.m.
Friday 7:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Saturday 11:00 a.m. tp 5:00 p.m.
Sunday 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
New to HSU
Several faculty and staff mem-
bers have joined the HSU Family
this fall: '
.Mr. Thomas Copeland visiting
Assistant Professor of Psychol-
ogy Dr. Lynn Gillette new Dean of
the School of Business and Pro-
fessor of Economics
Mr. Don Hannah Professor and
Director of University Bands
Ms. Brenda Hendrix Assistant
Professor of Social Work
Dr. Allan Landwer Assistant
Professor of Biology
Dr. Thomas Tekut visiting Pro-
fessor of Chemistry
Dr. Doug Thomas Associate
Professorof Psychology and Head
of Psychology Department
Some new coaches have joined
the HSU team as well:
Steve Keenum Football; Offen-
sive Line Coach
Travis Walden Assistant Base-
. ball Coach
Finally six new football G A's have
joined the staff:
. Lee Thompson
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