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

 - Class of 1982

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Ome a Rho "The difference between Omega Rho Alpha and other organizations is obvious to us," said Dr. Dale Priest, professor of English and sponsor of the organization. "We are not a social club. We are an honorary society that puts scholastic in- tereste first and socizal interests second." Omega Rho Alpha, an honorary English organization, had approximately 85 active This page: left - Randy Jordan, a freshman from Fort Worth, enjoys a barbecue dinner at the spring sociaI,' right - During the spring social Jeff Mason, a freshman computer science major from Stephenville, and Lorie Wade, a freshman from Fort Worth, visit before the movie "Fun with Dick and Jane" was shown. lpha inducts 85 members this year. The club was the undergraduate sister organization to Sigma Tau Delta, a nationally affiliated, upper-level English honor society, Priest said. He said that entrance requirements could be satisfied in three ways. The most common way for entrance into the organization was for students to "test out" of English 1311 by the CLEP or some equivalent test, he said. Most of the members who were initiated during the fall semester already had received credit by exami-nation for the freshman English course. Priest said most of the members in- itiated during the spring ceremony receiv- ed their invitations by making an A in English 1311 during the fall semester. Receiving an A in English 1311 was the second frequently used way to satisfy en- trance requirements. He also listed a third way a student could become a member of Omega Rho Alpha, but said that the method was rarely used. A student could submit a writing sample for evaluation by the English faculty. In addition to the initiation ceremonies in October and February, the organization had a social in April at the University Church of Christ Activity Center. Priest said the meal was a catered barbecue din- ner, and they saw the movie "Fun with Dick and Jane" after the dinner. "It's been a good year, and this has been one of the largest, active groups in the last few years," Priest said. .K if . . .... u-.H I I FRONT ROW - Sandy Hiatt, Dana Montgomery, Rene Crown, Andrea Ruebush, Kaye Dawn Ridely, Toni Hogan, Melody Sanderson, Amy Adler, Heather Hilgers, Saynell Norton, Lori Beasley, Kathrine Davis, Terri O'Neal, Lorie Wade. ROW 2 - Kathy Allen, Ranata Newbery, Jana Palmer, Ann Howard, Elaine Minor, Lori Bedford, Michelle Marchman, Heatherly Vermillion, Shelly Long, Karen Riehl, Denise Inglis, Melody Townsel. ROW 3 - David Hoelscher, Beverly Barnett, David Lowe, Tammy Reeves, Kimm Davis, Lynn Smith, Kent Smith, David Deeb, John Samuel, Robert Pitman, Kevin Beaty, Nancy Archer. ROW 4 - Marc Brady, Sheryl Vanderford, Matthew Cheney, Donnie Baisden, Dan Jenkins, Carl McQueen, Todd Atnip, Holt Lunsford, Jerry Heflin, Paul Hanson, Jeff Mason. Omega Rho Alpha 243

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