Abilene Christian College - Prickly Pear Yearbook (Abilene, TX)

 - Class of 1982

Page 182 of 424

 

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Communication rama productions increase More this year than ever before, a number of ACU students were pretending to be something they weren't. The increase in false pretenses was the result of an increase in drama productions, which more than doubled. Seven productions were staged, as com- pared to the three usually performed in years past - the Homecoming musical, a comedy Dinner Theatre and a classic play. One reason for the expansion was the formation of the Repertory Company, said Lewis Fulks, director of the drama divi- sion. The Repertory Company established a core group of actors committed to theater at ACU. Twenty-eight ACU students, as well as 33 faculty members, alumni and individuals from the Abilene community, joined the Repertory Company. In forming the Repertory Company, said Fulks, "we said to our audience that this theater belongs not only to the present generation but to older generations as well." He stressed that this did not take ac- ting parts away from students but actually created more because of the increase in the number of productions. Besides the increase in drama produc- tions, the communication department ex- perienced a number of changes in faculty during the year. Dr. Ed Enzor, chairman of the com- munication department, announced that he would take a two-year leave of absence. He requested the leave so that he might . 5- A ,ww ,EN . W ,.,,, ,,.V V, . ...W yyri it ,,, ,,, 'T X 178 Communication work with a family business, Enzor Travel Service, which operated six offices in the Washington, D.C., and Nashville, Tenn., area. Enzor had served as chairman of the communication department since June 1980. Dr. Carley Dodd joined the communica- tion faculty as associate professor and director of the oral communication division. Four other faculty members also were added to the mass communication division. Dave Spiceland, assistant professor, directed the broadcast news sequence and served as adviser for KACU, the campus radio station. Cindy Stocking, instructor, taught courses in news, feature writing and copy editing. She also was the adviser for the Prickly Pear yearbook. Dana Robinson, assistant instructor, taught courses in news, magazine produc- tion and advertising. A part-time instructor, Merlin Mann, taught secondary journalism. Besides his work at ACU, Mann also was yearbook and newspaper adviser for Abilene Chris- tian High School. Academic offerings increased with the addition of the religious communication master's degree. The interdepartmental degree required 18 hours of Bible and 18 hours of communication courses. The degree plan required majors to select a communication specialization in television-radio, organizational com- munication, journalism or preaching. For the second year, an ACU studen won a national editorial writing contes sponsored by the Laymenis National Biblt Committee. Robin Ward, senior fron Abilene, won the contest with her editorial "A Better Chance for a Better Life: Thi Bible." This page: left - Checking records fo. their position on the charts is Jeff P. Slat ton, a senior radio-television major fron New Orleans, La., and music director fo. KACIL' right - The communicatioi department faculty. Opposite page: toj len - Dr. B.E. Davis presents Dr. ant Mrs. Fred Barton with a special awan recognizing them for their support of th. Mass Communication Evangelism Sym posium,' top right - Trying to meet ai Optimist deadline are Kim Miller, Ken Barnett, Jodie Brecheen, Tammy Fielde and Linde Thompson,' bottom left - Ii the Repertory Company production Q "The Lark," Elizabeth Sexton Mann senior drama major from Abilene, por trays Joan of Arc, and Curtis Tate, junio history major from Hermleigh, portray. the Promoterg middle right - Dr. Charle Marler, professor of communication listens to student media leaders at an SP., meeting: bottom right - Speech, Hearin, and Language Club members Elizabett Day and Debbie Thedford practice car diopulmonary resuscitation on a dumm, while DeRinda Hogue observes. FRONT ROW - Jon Ashby, D'Lyla Kirby, Jayne Whitaker, Cindy Stocking, Dana Robinson, Dutch Ho gatt, Charles Marler. ROW 2 - Ed Enzor, Carley Dodd, B.E. Davis, Ted Starnes, Joe Cardot, Ron Pric Dave Spiceland.

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