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 Which actually started in the very first few days with the invited, raunchy guest comedian at the Dorm Welcome Party which everyone present, across the board, found 'oh so funny' and entertaining!?!
And was it only me who saw something quite odd about a laminated sign affixed under the dorm’s lounge’s television that said that: “This TV is only for watching sports and the news.” while there was a 3ABN affiliate (WYGN-LP) beaming its over-the-air signal from an on-campus antenna located just 3,405.87 feet away from the dorm hall. [I personally could not pry my personal TV off of this freely received, blessing of a channel. Quite a spiritual, and learning, resource.] Well apparently so (or not) for when I, one night, inserted, in superscript, with a black marker, the word “3ABN” between the words “watching” and “sports”, deliberately in full view of the looking on, overnight dorm RA (who happened to be a student at the religion department), (hey, what was I to do... complain to a dean again... about now this?!?), it was never wiped off from that sign; for as long as I was there at least.
[And by the way, what's the deal with stall-less|open dorm showers in (Burman Hall's) common floor-wide bathrooms???]
 However, as it can be seen in the following November 2010 photo of the Meier Hall Lounge, such explicit reminding, counselling, (bottom-centered), warning is no longer being made.
 Unbeknownst to me then (as a first time and just recent attendee at Andrews), “BSCF” which is typically “concealingly”, (in my view/understanding), posted and cited merely by this abbreviation, and [as it] stands for “Black Student Christian Forum”. [The “Christian” part of that name is an inherent oxymoron to the of what that appellation entails, (as it similarly is the case in regards to “SDA Regional Conference”). See a quite funny, yet calculately pointed, but lightly veiled, commenting on this BSCF name and club by, then AU Theology Major [cf. p. 423 here] classmate, Matthew Gamble here [50:13-51:12]. (See his full testimony here (an abbreviated version here)).
 Manifestly, indeed a popular teaching/tenet of U.S. Black Muslims, stemming from these racial segregation days, and the decided movements against it, in ca. the 1960's. (Cf. e.g., in the Malcolm X film [01:20:16-01:22:15] (See in this YouTube clip [00:02-02:01]).
 Apparently this is an argument/statement that Billy Graham used to make during his “Tent Revival” meetings starting in the late in the 1940's. (See e.g., in (movie): Billy, The Early Years at: 01:19:54ff).
 Nonetheless, one of his co-presenters, himself an SDA, evidently became more convicted, and later on “honorarily” saluted me as “Doctor, Doctor” (at least) the next time we crossed paths on campus. Indeed quite a supportive/encouraging salutation for an undergraduate.
 How much more “odd” is the inviting of Jesuits in 2008 to lecture at the SDA Theological Seminary on Missions!?! (See this article)