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

 - Class of 1982

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KACU add public affairs program Wu RONT ROW - Mark Shifflet, Trent Pines, Jim Pierce, David Hallum, Matt Ray, Steve Larson. ROW 2 - im Swinney, Rodney Williams, Kelly Moran, Rhonda Williams, Jana Dillinger, Theresa Samsill, Donna owman, Carmen Scarbrough, Milton Buckelew, Rosemary Shaw, Kevin Gwin. ROW 3 - Steve Sargent, risty Pendergrass, Sheryl Vanderford, Susan Sullivan, Kim White, Melanie Fredrick, Heatherly Vermillion. w, iv' lONT ROW - Nelson Coates, Melanie Hartwell, Bill Saunders, Betty Hostetter, Jimmy Floyd, Penny Pep- r. ROW 2 - Scott Biggers, Ragan Young, Mike Hawkins, Carolyn Stevens, Randy Ford, Mark Perry, Greg lsterly, Bart Moyers, Darryl Corley, Sheila Taylor, Jeff P. Slatton, Kerry Dunn. ROW 3 - Dutch Hoggatt, irry Clay, Buzzy Wicker, Lisa Crowell, RaDonna Belk, Julie Beasley, Amber Lavender, Liz Lane, Archie reen, Craig Smith. KACU began the year with a new facul- ty adviser and a new music format, and by the time the year ended the station had ad- ded an award-winning public affairs program. Dave Spiceland, assistant professor of communication, became the station's faculty adviser in the fall. He said his first year went well as a whole. Spiceland said the station's music, chosen by music director Jeff P. Slatton, senior from New Orleans, could best be described as "contemporary hit radio." But whatever its title the station's music format drew criticism from at least five students early in the spring semester. The five circulated a petition that called for the station to include "music promoting the values of Christ . . . rather than exclusively worldly 'Top 40' music . . ." The peti- tioners told the Optimist that they intend- ed to submit the petition as a letter to the editor. However, the letter never was submitted to the paper. Spiceland said he had not heard about the petition until the Optimist began investigating the story. After the paper printed a page-one story, Spiceland said he received a letter from the peti- tioners who said they had not intended to circumvent the station adviser and directors. KACU did please some students, though, with a new public affairs program called "Examine" Bart Moyers, junior from Dallas, suggested the program that focused on ACU students' needs and pro- blems. Moyers said he received favorable comments about the program that played twice each week day. The station sent a tape of one "Ex- amine" broadcast to a regional contest where it received a second place prize for a radio news feature. Randy Ford, KACU program director, also received recognition when he won the television announcing contest at the Texas Intercollegiate Press Association's spring convention. This page: top and bottom - KACU staff members. Opposite page: top - Mark Witt announces a song title,' bottom left K Music director Jeff Slatton answers the staffs phoneg bottom right - Freshman Heatherly Vermillion edits her news story. KACU 251

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