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The Press. (Cortland, N.Y.) 1972-1990, September 12, 1986, Image 5

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I ThePress/Friday, September U, 1~86/FIVE Students maY rent VCR on campos ' .1\ •. . . . ( By BING MILLER Students who spent the summer watching movies on VCR's now have a chance to spend their spare time in- colleq;e renting movies aqd even a VCR from \Just the Hits,\ a movie and VCR ren- tal center in Corey Union. The store is on the first floor of Corey Union, next to the snack bar and the Cor- ey Union Book Store.· According to James Cur- rado, assistant director of Corey Union, the store has abput 305 movies, five VCR's and \10 or 20 new movies come in a week.'' Usually, according to Cur- rado, all the VCI_rs rent out a night, and between 10 and 12 movies go out each night. Director of Corey Union, Mike Whitlock, said the money to open the store came from Union revenues. Neither Currado or Whitlock is expecting to make a profit, because, all the revenue made on the store will go back into it, as well as back into Corey Union. \Every time we make a <,iollar, we spend a dollar,\ C~rr~do said. Whitlq,ck agrees, adding, _'-'we're trying to offer an,oth~er program for students.,_, The idea for the store originated last spring, when Whitlock and Currado did a market ana)ysis by discussing the idea with groups of students. The idea was pro- wsed tq Vice President of Student Affairs Linda Kuk, . •Jk The brothers of Beta Phi Epsilon and the family of Jim Barber would like to express their warmest thanks to the following organizations for their sympath,y following our great loss. Delta Kappa Beta Nu Sigma Chi Sigma Phi Epsilon De.lta Phi Epsilon Pi Lambda Phi · .__ _____ .... :tHE Vl!lEO ~NTAL CENTER, ''Ju~i t~e Hl1s,\ is open •.~ th~ fust floor of Fay Corey ~tu(_lent Union for renting who proposed it to President expanding right now, James Clark; who in turn because as Whitlock said agreed to--it. ·~e're trying to make Whitlock said he has enough money to continue always wanted to utilize the the business.\ space the store is in now bet- During the summer, Cur- ter then it was before, when rado and Whitlock picked -· it housed some vending out the movies, bought the. mach~nes. . VCR's and grepared ~o.open Neat her Currado or by the start of this semester. Whitlock is thinking about Cur;ra.do said it is ~·a joint . .~:-1 ;· _·,..._ ... · movies and only for SUCC students. procedure'' between himself and Whitlock, even picking out movies. Originally, Currado said, the store was going to be in his office, which was ruled out because of size, inconve- nience and the fact that his office is on the fourth floor of the lJ.p.ion. Some recent movies are available, Currado said. Movies suchas \Space Camp\ and \Top Gun\ are on order now, he said. Movie rentals cost $2 per movie per night and VCR's cost $5 a night. ... \\~~· To rent, the student must present his/her ID card and number. - -r . Student ID update The SUj.te University Col- lege at Cortland is in the pro- cess of changing student ID numbers to the student's social security number. · According to Merrill Baker, executive director of ASC, using a student's social security number for iden- tification is a SUNY policy and SUCC is finally im- plementing this regulation. Freshman and transfer students have not been issued a six digit ID number and were told to use their social security number for their ID number. All sophomores, juniors, a.nd seniors now must get GRAND OPENING YMCA su·N T ANNlNG CENTER Saturday. Sept. 27th 9:00am to 6:00pm their ID cards updated, which can be done by going to the ASC office, located in Neubig Hall, between 8:30 and 4:00p.m. ASC will put two stickers on the ID card, one with the students social security number and 1986 Fall valida- tion sticker. These stickers must be on your ID card after Sept. 19 for any Library priviledges. The 1986 Fall validation sticker is used to verify that the student is current1y registered. This process must be completed before a stu- dent may borrow any library materials after September 19. * 2 Modem Suncaps-llle tm Units *High Speed Coding Fans\ * 360 · Tanning '* Quick-~~y-Gentle and Coo./! ! . * AM /FM Cas$ette Stereo - . ~- COLLEGE .. DISP9.~:~T$ . AVAILABLE . . r _. • Brine Ad.in·to regi$1e.rii:IQr-.~_; · ·, . D9QR ·PRIZES!!anCf~'-FREE TRIAL Cortland YMCA . '. ~ 22 Tomp~lns '> 756-2893 .

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