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

 - Class of 1983

Page 369 of 424

 

Abilene Christian College - Prickly Pear Yearbook (Abilene, TX) online yearbook collection, 1983 Edition, Page 369
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Grant Feasel: Grant said "the closeness and the genuine concern for each other along with an ex- cellent academic program" were the things he saw as the strengths of ACU. Grant said the thing he would like to see strengthened at ACU is "more school support of athletic teams." Grant was a pre-dental major from Barstow, Calif. While at ACU, he was a four David Flow: "I feel the biggest strength here is all the people who make up ACU - the faculty, the students and the administration. And although we are individuals and everyone is different, there is that common goal we are all striving for: to be better people." David was an industrial production major from Austin. He was a charter member and an officer for two years for Centurion social club, an officer for Aggie Club and a member of Student Foundation. David was involved in the MARK pro- gram and Spring Break Campaigns and served on the 1982-83 chapel Committee. He Donna Garrett: Donna said that the Christian atmosphere was one of the greatest strengths of ACU. She said, "just knowing that everywhere around me I could find Christians and peo- ple with the same goals and ideals that I had was comforting and reassuring. ACU has a family atmosphere, and that's something you don't find at a state school." Donna, a public relations major from Midland, was a member of the Adversiting Club and the Prirkb Pear staff. She also worked on the Optimist staff and at KACU radio station, where she was a disc jockey year letterman in football and also served as captain his senior year. He was named All' Lone Star Conference Center in 1981, All- Academic LSC in 1980-SI and AllfDistrict Academic NAIA in 1981. He was a member of Beta Beta Beta, an honorary biology club, and Trojans social club. He was the recipient of the Out- standing Youth ofthe City Award in 1981. was on the Fish Camp staff for three years, participated in Christmas for Children and played intramural sports. He sang in Freshman Follies and Sing Song and was an assistant house manager for Sing Song 1979. He received the Outstanding Senior in Industrial Arts award. David said his most memorable moment while at ACU was when he received the Senior Service Award from the Alumni Association. "It wasn't the award, but seeing my mother's eyes light up and the proud look she had that made it all seem worth- while. That's all I've ever wanted." and newscaster for two years and sales direc- tor her senior year. She was a member of Zeta Rho Alpha social club, serving as president of her pledge class, Keeper of the Star and as the Inter-Social Club Council representative. Donna was also on the Student Life Committee. "All four years were great," said Donna of her most memorable moment was at ACU. "ACU was everything I thought it would be, and there is nowhere else I would have rather spent those years." Who's Who I 365

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