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The Press. (Cortland, N.Y.) 1972-1990, May 01, 1990, Image 7

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l \ The men an,d women of the Army National Guard· would. like to-give y.ou an education. Lesson One: Economics. College isn't cheap. Lesson Two: F~~ce. But by serving in the Army National Guard you can qualify for the Montgomery GI Bill-and earn up to $18,000 to- wards college. By serving as little as one week- end a month and two weeks a year, you can just about cover your tuition. For additional information on how to continue your education, return this coupon or please calll-800-638-7600 or contact your local Army National Guard recruiting office. lMail to: Army National Guard, PO B: 564, Hanover, Maryland 210761 I :-.lame : JM[ JF I I Address------------------- Lesson Three: Psychology. The Guard will also teach you things about yourself you never knew. You'll gain self-confidence. You'll find out what you're made of. And just how much more you're capable of doing. City _________ State _____ z,p ___ _ Phone Numl>er -'-( ----------------- U.S. Citizen . DYes ONo Date of B1rth -------- Soc. Sec. No.------- 1 am: 0 In High School 0 In College 0 H. S. Graduate 0 College Graduate Prior Military Service: 0 Yes 0 No I I I I I I Lesson Four: Philosophy. Whether you're operating a tank or assisting in an· operating room, you'll be part of making America a stronger nation. Branch ________ _ 'I Rank MOS I I understllld there as no obhgatton. The onforrnatoon you volun· I I I tanly provlde, mctud1ng your sooal security number. wdl be 1 usedforrecruttongpurposesonly. YourSSN lll~lbeusedto A'IIJIID·fl•lf'ans At ..,..z.~·r Best. Don't give up! NYPIR S y Michelle Mura Special to the Press to a close, many students are wonder- ing why they are still eating off of colored plastic plates in the Snack ''Hey , would you like to sign our: ~ar. Well, I assure you we have not petition and help to ban plastics from finish~d our project and we do not o_yr campus?\ For weeks, NYPIRG plait tin giving up just yet. Big proj- activists used this andotberphrases ects; such as ours, cannot always to capture the attention of Cortland finish bn time, especially since we students. Weweresuccessfulinget- are demanding a major change. ting over 9()0 students interested and However, this change is a necessary willingtosignourpetition. Theover- one and we need help to make it .whelming response proves the en- happen. vironmental concern on campus. I have spent many hours on the Thank you to all who helped us with telephone interviewing various }our signatures. SUNY food service directors to learn ·. Now that the semester is coming what works best. Cortland's food . ... . , . . . .) ~ . . !'. analyze responses. Autoonry· !OUSC-503. r11e.1 \'-' 1. fH:J ~CATW07050NP _j -------------- will e service fears that the students will be Unfortunately, the hard work we inconvenienced and col)lplain if put into our petitions is not enough. A.S.C. switches to paper plates. In order to convince our food serv- Paper obviously isn't as sturdy as ice that we want paper products we plastic and they fear it will cause need every concerned students to problems. Othercolleges,including help. SUNY University Centers at Stony I am currently planning a survey Brook and Binghamton, success- which will prove to the A.S.C. that fully use paper products on their we all feel that paper is more envi- campuses. These schools serve ronmentally safe and that is our about two to three times as many choice for our cafeterias. people as Cortland and are finding We will begin the survey fir$t paper products satisfactory. If no thing next semester, due to the busy problems are arising at these col-· schedules of our members now. The leges, I don't think any will at Cort- task is a large one and we need time land. to do it right and get every student's ack opinion. Look for us next fall, fill out our survey and return it so that NYPIRG can continue to serve the interests at the campus as well as the environment. Thank you again to everyone who volunteered their time with our proj- ect and please remember to help us make the change. The switch to paper is a much more environmen- tally conscious choice. I encourage all who are con- cerned, to join our taxies project. If you have any questions or wish to get involved, stop by or call the NYPIRG office at x4815.

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