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

 - Class of 1983

Page 252 of 424

 

Abilene Christian College - Prickly Pear Yearbook (Abilene, TX) online yearbook collection, 1983 Edition, Page 252
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Q I . O O The year was one of many honors and awards for Optimirt staff. Staff members won six honors in the staffs first yea Southwestern journalism Congress competition against larger universities in Texas, Oklahoma and Arkan Optimixt staffers placed in the areas of investigative or in pretive story, feature page layout, editorial cartoon, pici A 'Yr ,nf . . A .X story, sports feature story and critical writing. ,, Tbe Optimist also received its 14th consecutive ' American rating from the Associated Collegiate Press for 'f ri , M , fall 1982 semester. A ' , ,t 5 At the Texas Intercollegiate Press Association convent . 4 ..f- E . . . . . I5 in April, Phillip Dutton, senior from Hurst, was elec Q TIPA president for the '83-'84 year. Staff members 1 V " if Q2 " if I received various awards for live competition and for w done in 1982. The number of paid staff members increased from 14 1981-82 to 21 in 1982-83. A wire editor, intramural spi editor and features editors were among the newly-F positions. The Optimist also had some experience in the area of " ing" when stacks of the Nov. 2 issue were taken fr distribution racks and thrown away, because of a story in paper about student arrests. Optimift Editor Robin W said copies of the paper were found in trash cans on cam after students, faculty and staff reported being unable to tain copies of the issue after the Chapel distribution time. In late April, President William Teague instituted a 1 jot policy change, informing Optimist adviser Charlie Ma that the paper would no longer publish names of studr charged with violations of the law if the names had b published in other local media. Marler had requested ac tional discussion of the policy change, and the matter ' being considered during the summer. - Tammy Dablof Top Iett: Bonnie Arvin counts line lengths. Center: Photographer Julie Larson checks negative stripe. Bottom Iett: Group picture. Top right: Leigh Ann Mania works on e story at the VDT. Bottom right: Mark Stockdale pastel down a 1 newsletter. R. Goodman I f ' C KU E 'U S CD ui FRONT ROW:julie Larson, Cheryl Beard, Myra Lowe, Rachel O'Rear, the Teletype. ROW 2: Terri Moore, Carmen Scarbrou h Berse Bolin Lei h AnnManis Phil Dutton Robin Ward Bonnie Arvin Tamm Fielder Kent Barnett g , y . g . , , , y , - ROW 5: David Ingram, Cassy Weyandr, Tammy Dahlof, Alisha Goldman, Melody Townsel,jay Friddell,j. Scott Russell, Doug Ferguson, Kevin Wishard. 248 f The Optimist

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