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Today ' s dreams . . tomorrow ' ' s realities Several years ago, Chowan ' s admissions office promoted the theme, " Chowan College. .Where Dreams Come True. " After 28 years of associating with Chowan ' s students, 1 firmly believe this slogan to be true. This is also expressed in the theme of the 1985 edition of The Chowanoka. " Today ' s Dreams. ..Tomorrow ' s Realities. " I believe that each Chowan student has a dream. He, or she, has selected Chowan to realize that dream. But it ' s not automatic-one must work hard and apply himself in the classroom and in this studies and take advantage of opportunities for intellectual growth. And where are the dreamers of yesterday. What have these former Chowan students achieved? You no doubt have heard of Nate McMillan. His dream was to play in the Atlantic Coast Conference. He apphed himself during his two years at Chowan, both in the classroom and on the court. Today he is a starter on North Carolina State ' s basketball team. Names of other former Chowan atheletes come to mind. ..David Green ' 7.5 (Cleveland Browns), Jerry Holmes ' 78 (formerly with New York Jets and now with the New Jersey Generals), Jody Shulz ' 80 (Philadelphia Eagles). Robert Brown ' 80 (Green Bay Packers). Did they have a dream when they were Chowan students? You can bet they did! Other students had different dreams. And what have they achieved Darlene Keene ' 81 is a freshmen in the East Carolina University Medical School. Joseph Andrade ' 75 is a medical doctor. Barry Sowell ' 78 is a hospital administrator. Randy Britton ' 60 is Vice President and General Manager of Carolina Aluminum Company in Winton. He reports his dreams were nourished at Chowan by his professors and ad- ministrators and that Chowan gave him the chance he needed to climb the business ladder of success. Dreams do take shape at Chowan in an atmosphere where your professors and staff members want their students to succeed and where they share their dreams to be writers and teachers, lawyers, pastors, doctors, printers, artists, photographers, professional atheletes, computer whizzes, and on and on we could go. Your dreams at Chowan will become realities. We wish you the best, both now and in the future, and leave you with this thought: " In dreams begins responsibility. " Responsibility (1914), epigraph (from an old play). Bruce E. Whitaker President 10 Introduction
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