Everett and I walk to a shortrow of bars and bar-food restau-rants the students mockingly callthe Strip. Over sweet tea - a sug-ary Southern version of iced tea -I ask him about his fucure, whathappens next He may find a;obreaching and coaching, he says, ormaybe not. `If the DJ"mg thingo rott CAN Ge-r TxA-r out to me? OK cool!' ' does well, I may stick around and do that for a year,"Evtt<a is on the phone with Drew at Nervoushe says.Rewrds,ttyingtogetampyofanewdancrhallI'm startrng to feal like I could stick around forsingle by Mad Lion. It's Monday afternoon at another year and still wait for the reticent Everett toWNUA, the student radio station at the University ofopen up. Fina11-y, I srzrt prodding and poking. Did heAlabama Everett is busy collecting fresh grooves forever wxstle with the decision tojoin a black fraternity?hisTuesday night show of soul and funk, The Good"No."G^e, as well as his Thursday night rap show.Did he ever regtet join'utg?try nerd. Then there's Everett. Mike Jones recallsVery busy. Everett blazes through a batch of pro-°No.°meeting Everea for the first time at a smoker; themntional flyers, saving a few for the names and phoneThen Everett says: 'Any time I reflect on it, I meanprospective pledge was wearing a Public Enemy T-numbers or'promotional people at the labels. Then hedeeply, I'm even more glad I did it I've been proud toshirt with the lu:e IT TAxes A NnnoN OF MILLIONS TOruns upstairs to get the day's mail and returns with abe a Sigma. I feel like my life is very enhanced by thatHotD US sAa<, Ivlike saysfiberglass Qau full of letters, vinyl and CDs. He pawsrelationship. The only problem is, I take it for grantedIt's rarely the black fraternity members themselvesthrough the loot with a fellow DJ named Mark Wil- too often -jusu like a family.who resent whites: i•s the bystanders who are both- liams. who's wearing a Nnz¢e as T-shirc Mark does'I rry to be myelf and not try to be down and talk allered.Mike, who goes by the name Jay-t, told his tonight's industrial show. A fellow Sigma, Pat the B-boy lattguage and all thaq" says Evetett'One ofcousin about how there's this white guy on his lineLathan, walks in. Pat will be doing his houser andmy friends told me the other day I sound very white on(the line being the lineup of pledges, who are groupedclub-music show, Big City Beat, tonight, and as hap-the radio. I go,'Well, that's good.'Cause I am.' I don'caccording to height and given a number for the duca-pens often, Everett will be helping him. Pat strips ', want to fake the funk. I don't want to pretend that F.tion of the pledge period). The eousin thought abouc , messages off the answering machine while Everettsomething Pm noc"72 - Rotctnc Srone, MAacrr24, 19942041155892http://legacy.library.ucsf.edu/tid/reb88a00/pdf
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