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Inside this issue: Up 'Til Dawn, Hardwick's blog, Hip-hop workshop The Prospector Carroll College Student Newspaper JL Helena, Montana Volume 90 Edition 3 December 2006 Students show off at open-mic night Contest winners Drew Riley and Kevin Hilborn perform at the recent open mike night. By MOLLY PRIDDY Prospector Intern Writer November 15th was America Recycles Day, and Carroll Col lege celebrated in style. The good people of the SAVE club on campus hosted an open-mic night for the Carroll community. There were 12 perform ers, each with eight minutes to dazzle the crowd. The show started at 8:30 p.m. in the Cube. A surprisingly large crowd gathered to watch fellow students express themselves. “I was nervous that no one would show up,” said Crystine f f I feel like Ashlee Simpson — Ryan Van Dinter, Senior f f Miller, a SAVE member and junior English major. “But I’m really excited about how many people came.” Miller organized the event. All 12 talented tree-hugging acts were wonderfully diversi fied. The songs played ranged from the poetry-based stylings of senior Luke Larsen to the spo ken word poetry of senior Rory Simpson. See OPEN-MIC, Page 16 PHOTO COURTESY OF SAVE SAVE club members pick up contents from recycle bins outside of the Cube. C e n t e r s t a g e ■ Guatemala mission Students to do work for Diocese By PAT MANNING ■ * Prospector Intern Writer Seventeen students, faculty and staff members of the Carroll com munity will be visiting a Guate mala Mission in early May. This will be an introduction for mis sionary work that the Helena Dio cese has been serving for decades. Faculty and staff members attending the trip are Fr. Dou- gald McCallum, Colleen Dunne, Patrick Harris, Laurie Fahlberg, Jim Carney and his wife, Joslyn Carney. Student participants are Katie Murray, Alex Woelkers, Logan Mannix, Kevin Jam, Drew Riley, Elizabeth Swanson, Boyd Whetzel, Katie Temple, Cheline Perry, Michael d’Esterre, Danielle Allen, Adam Zollo, and Hillary Burr. The Diocese of Helena has maintained a mission in Guate mala since 1964. The mission lies in the coastal highlands of Guate mala, about 66 miles northwest of Guatemala City. This will not be a mission trip, but a learning experience about the culture. “The intent for the trip is for students to learn about the' volunteer options and internships that we hope to build in coopera tion with the mission,” said Col leen Dunne, Associate Director of Campus Ministry. This is the first year college stu dents will have the opportunity to visit the mission. “It is our goal to start this trip this year and con tinue it every other year,” added Dunne. The trip is open to all, but the majority of the students par ticipating this year are upper-class students. The trip will be student-led by juniors Kevin Jam and Drew Riley. Kevin Jam stated, “Listen ing and seeing, those are my two goals for this trip. I hope to be able to get an understanding of the lives of the people I meet, and some insight into their perspective about a lot of things.” Discovering with hands-on ex- See GUATEMALA , Page 16