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Paula said "the students' unity and
closeness and the students' relationships
with teachers were real strengths of ACU."
Paula was an accounting major from
imarillo. She served as secretary of the Stu-
ent Advisory Board and was Keeper of the
ley for Sigma Theta Chi social club. She
a member of the Student Foundation,
"l see relationships as the strongest thing
ACU," said Regina. "The relationships
irmed at ACU are profound and lasting,
'en after leaving." .
Regina was a radio-television major from
lemphis, Tenn. Regina said her most
emorable moment at ACU was "when I
Regina worked as ai news reporter and
iotographer for Abilene's KRBC-TV sta.
"I will always cherish the four years I've
spent at ACU," said Scot, an industrial arts
major from Anton. He said a
of his time at ACU was as a
the football team. "I specifically
the times we were drawn closer
team, after the deaths of three
members in a three-year period."
cot attended ACU on a full football
Alpha Chi and W Club. Paula served on t
Homecoming Committee and was a mem
ofthe Student Accounting Society.
Participating in Sing Song' 1981 w
Paula's most memorable moment while
ACU. She said after such hard work and ft
it was exciting to see Siggies win first plat
in voice, costume and originality.
tion and was on the staff of KACU radi
station. She served as vice president of tl
Cultural Excellence Organization and was
staff member for The Pickwicker. Regir
was a member of the English Club and ser'
ed on the Student Advisory Board.
She received two scholarships at ACl
one in the name of Roy Wilkins of tlv
NAACP and another from the Memph
Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta.
scholarship. He played football four year:
served as captain his senior year and was th
recipient of the Purple and White Award. HI
was a member of Trojans social club ani
Sigma Tau Epsilon, industrial education
Scot said a strength he saw in ACU w
the Christian faculty and the Christian all
mosphere that was present.”