Fayetteville State University - Fayettevillian Bronco Yearbook (Fayetteville, NC)

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3: Mere f t mm i FAYETTEVILLF STATE UNtVERSITY IS A CONSTITUENT INSTITUTION OF THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA. ' k. .:, ' .ai. tl:w ' - ' ' ' 4 ' , , J 1.8,1, ARCHWE9 For Reference Not to be taken from this room 143433 TABLE OF CONTENTS Board of Trustees 2 Chancellor ' s Message 3 Chancellor Lyons 4 Provost and Vice Chsincellor for Academic Affairs 6 Vice Chancellor for Student Development 7 Vice Chancellor for Business Affairs 8 Senior Administrators 9 Administrators 11 Secretarial Workshop 14 Staff 15 John C. Jones Scholarship Fund Banquet 21 Freshman Class 22 Sophomore Class 35 Memory (Marie Forte) 46 Junior Class 47 Video-Candids 57 Miss Fayetteville State University 68 Homecoming 69 Queens Elect 82 Queens 84 Student Government Association Officers Elect 86 Queens Continued 88 Student Government Association Officers Elect 90 Coronation 91 A Tribute To Our Founders 95 Student Government President 96 Student Government Vice President Business Manager 97 Attorney General Staff 98 Upward Bound 99 Life Skills 100 Sports 101 Residence Halls— Clubs 106 Greek and Non-Greeks Ill Who ' s Who 128 Greek and Non-Greek Continued 131 Clubs — Candids 133 Department of Aerospace Studies 156 Candids 158 Lyceum 166 National Boss ' s Week 170 Student National Education Association 172 Candids 173 Faculty ISO Senior Class 190 Commencement Speaker 221 Graduation Ceremonies 222 Yearbook Staff 224 w— w BOARD OF TRUSTEES Mr. William T. Brown Mr. Felton Capel Mrs. Mary Clark Dr. William R. Collins Dr. Carlton J. Barber, Chairman Mr. Charles W. Fairley Mrs. Emaretta Felton Mr. Elson Floyd Mr. Robert E. Little, Mr. Dickson McLean. Jr. Dr. Alexander Barnes not photographed Mr. Albert Rummans CHANCELLOR ' S MESS A GE 1979 is a benchmark year. At the end of this year I will have served this institution for ten years and I will have witnessed ten classes of Fayetteville State University seniors graduate and take their rightful places in American society. During this year we have also witnessed the challenges that have faced the historically black institutions along with the commitment of dedicated faculty members determined to meet those challenges. Fayetteville State University cares about the students who matriculate here and ultimately graduate. We care enough to work conscientiously to make sure that this educational opportunity is always available for the students who desire to come here. It is our hope that as this class prepares to leave that it will also be preparing to support Fayetteville State University and the mission it serves so that others may continue to benefit from the programs here. Our entire educational program is designed to enlighten and enrich the quality of life of the students we serve. We hope that the educational foundation that you have acquired within these walls will sus- tain you always. As you graduate and become alumni of this university, remember that your continued support will be critical to the continued vitality of your alma mater. Congratulations, senior class members, and I wish you all of life ' s best. CHANCELLOR J Chancellor Lyons observes a game of Badgammon being played by Archie White, Andrew Walters, and Alnnzo Epps. M| 1 ■» g ' lpify ' — JTm HMj u-fUKmiJ jH " - i pj_ BB ■ i Zs Chancellor Lyons discuss university business with Mr. Elson Floyd, President of the Student Government Association. 5(1 Chancellor and Mrs. Lyons places the Queen ' s Crown on Sherie Cummings at the Coronation for Miss Fayetteville State University. DR. CHARLES " A " LYONS, JR. Chancellor Lyons poses while taking one of his i walks across the campus to talk with students. At left our Chancellor discuss acaden social issues with several students. Above the Chancellor poses while enroute to visit students near the Rudolph Jones Student Center. At the left the Chancellor talks with Sonva Brown and VVendv Williams. PROVOST AND VICE CHANCELLOR FOR A CADEMIC AFFAIRS DR. DEFIELD T. HOLMES VICE CHANCELLOR FOR STUDENT DEVELOPMENT DR. CLEOPHUS C. HATCHER ■■nn VICE CHANCELLOR FOR BUSINESS AFFAIRS MR. JOHN V. PARHAM SENIOR ADMINISTRATORS Dr. William H. Greene, Acting Director of Development and University Dr. Barbara D. Holmes, Director of Advanced Institutional Development Relations and Special Assistant to the Chancellor Program. SENIOR ADMINISTRATORS IP i H i " A C-! A r 1 Dr. Delores M. Stiff, Director of Institutional Research Dr. James E. Carson, Dean of Continuing Education Center ADMINISTRA TORS W Mif . s. M -f Mrs. Jeanette Allen, Director of Criminal Mr. Frank Baireca, Registrar Dr. Dorcas M. Bradley. Director of Testing and Justice Guidance Mr. Ralph Burwell, Chief Security Officer Dr. Eddy Cheng, Director of Computing Center ' ' - Eleanor Curtis, Supervisor of Graphics and Reproduction Dr. Johnny Sanders, Director of Inte disciplinary Curriculum Program Dr. Willis Ham, Director of Counseling Center Dr. Tillman Jackson, Director of Summer School ADMINISTRA TORS Mr. Vance McBroom, Director of Plant Dr. Luther McManus, Director of Student Ser- Mr. Harold L. Nixon. Director of Financial Aid Operations vices Center Mrs. Annette C. Proctor, Supervisor of Dr. C. Mason Quick. Director of Student Dr. Larry Riddick, Director of Planning Switchboard ' Health Services Manager and Evaluation Mrs. Ametha T. Robinson. Associate Dean of Mr. Joseph C. Ross, Director of Com- Mrs. Evelyn Shaw, Director of Special Projects Student-Women munications Center ADMINISTRA TORS Mrs. Nathalene Smith, Director of Library Mr. Irving Veazie, Student Services Manager Mrs. Beverly J. Warren, Supervisor of Word Services Processing Center Dr. Clarence White, Director of Student Teaching sa BH SECRETARIAL WORKSHOP Speaker: Mr. Frank T. Turner, Assistant Director of State Personnel Personnel Staff: Left to right: Mrs. Doris Bowen, Mr. William L. Clement, Director of Personnel, FSU, Ms. Lorraine Williams and Mrs. Rose Perry Left to right: Mrs. Gladys Hill, Mr. Frank T. Turner, Speaker, and Mrs. Anne Hasan. Front left to right: Mrs. Doris Bowen, Ms. Lorraine Williams, Mrs. Rose Perry, Mr. Charles Koonce, Director of Occupational Extension Education, FTl, Mr. Glenn Wilkerson, Training Coordinator, Personnel Develop- ment Division Office of State Personnel. Behind left to right: Mr. Therrel Brown, Instructor Business Com- munication Human Relations in Business, Mr. William L. Clement, and Mr. Frank T. Turner, the speaker. STAFF STAFF i Ms. Betty Cone | " ' ' ?jP! Pi w r: V ) ft i Mr. Richard Cogdell Mrs. Selena Connor Mr. C. C. Cottom Ms. Athene Daniels Mrs. Rosia Freeman Mr. William Freeman Mr. Henry Godwin Mr. Noal Hamilton STAFF Mrs. Volnetta Jackson Mrs. Alice C. Jones Ms. Debra Jones S Sgt. James Jones STAFF Mrs. Marie Kennedy Mr. Cliff King 7 Mrs. Elaine Mangum, L.P.N. Mrs. Lula McNeil Mrs. Kathleen Melvin Mrs. Dorothy Merchant Mr. Terry Merritt STAFF Mrs. Lula Street Mr. Paul Sullivan STAFF Mrs. Eloise Win ield Mr. Jerry Williams Mrs. Fannie Willis Mrs. Carolyn Wilson Mrs. Vanilla Wilson John C. Jones Scholarship Fund Banquet ■ - " .- _ Dr. Rudolph Jones, President Emeritus acknowledges applause from dinner guests. Chancellor Lyons addresses guests at the banquet. As we reflect on the past year, thoughts of our beloved John C. Jones come to mind. It is in his honor that the John C. Jones Scholarship Fund has been named. The first banquet was attended by Governor Jim Hunt. Jr., and other state and local dignitaries. This was a memorable occasion for the University family, as well as an inspiring experience for the Fayetteville community. 1 ■ »{ -Vj Governor Hunt is introduced to the guests. Ben Ruffin, Assistant to the Governor. Chancellor Lyons, and Governor Hunt converse after dinner. FRESHMEN Valerie McCraw and mother stands near the Office of Admissions. Valerie, a freshman coed, hails from South Boston, Virginia. Her mother is a graduate of Fayet teville State University. Kathleen V. Smith, President o F F I C E R S FRESHMAN C L A S S Everett Johnson, Vice President Advisor: Dr. Doris Brightharp Bridget Adams Cheryl Addison Doris Aiken Annie Alderman Pamela Alford Carol Allen Lmda Allsbrooks Sam Alston Wilbert Amerson Anita Anderson Debra Anderson Jacquelin Anderson Don Andrews Jean Armwood Vernestine Artis Kenneth Atkins Gwendolyn Ayala Joseph Banks Talmadge Barnett Myra Beatty Arthur Bectnn David Belgrave Vanessa Bell Kelvin Bennett Emma Benson Maurice Best Jean Bickngoe Marsha Bordeaux Revenda Bowens Ivory Boykin Jamesena Brayboy Lawrence Brandan Darrell Bridges Kimberley Brisbon Donna Brooks Ronald Brooks Elizabeth Brown Gerald Brown Mary Brown Roger L. Brown WiUa Brown Carolyn Bryant Derwin Br ant Sharon Bryant Shirley Br -ant Gloria Bullock Ophelia A. Bullock Tony C. Burden EUarine Burgess Juanita Burney Johny Burns Judith Bynem Terr " Cameron Sharon Campbell Howard Carmichael Anthony Cave Dorothy Chapman Thurman Charleston Mark Cheatham Kenneth Chestnutt Shelton Clark Curtis Cogdell Glenn Cole Dwayne Colinda Charlie Collins Delores Coolev Audrey Comaco Bridgette Corbett Lenora Corbett Lillie Council Naomi Council Delphine Crook Myra Crouch Toni Culbreth Tonya Cunningham Dorothy Currie Alan Davie Dorothy Davis Reginald Davis Richard Davis Larry Dees Michael DeBerry Rose Marie Dial Clare Dingle Charles K. Dixo] Debra Draughn Gail Drye Retha Elbert Wayne Elliott Ruby Ellison Majorie Everett Willett Faison Gloria Faulk Rita Felder Diana Fenn Stephanie Fennell Debra Fields Marilyn Ford Julese Ford Alice Foy Rosalind Furlow Lorraine Gaines Marietta Gambril Larry Gardner Kenneth Catling Ruby George Mark Gerald Nathaniel Gerald V j r I N hi ..dm C f tr_) Barney Gillespie Mar ' Gilliam Debra Glenn Michael Glenn Bessie Glover Sharon Glover Dar l Goodman Douglas Grant Woodrow Grant Gwendolyn Haile Beltie Hale Mark Hall Patricia Hall George Hamilton Angela Handy Kinda Hargett Valerie Harkley Debbie Harris Karen Harris Annette Hayes James Hayes Richard Henrv Tyrone Higgins Edith Hill Man. ' Hill .Jerr - Hill William Houston Fredia Hughes Hattie Humphrey Erma Hurst James E. Issac Antonic Jackson Gwendolyn Jackson Doris Jacobs Ethel James Ard D. Jenkins Karen Jobes Antwaint Johnson Debra Johnson Justine Johnson Katie Johnson Willa Johnson Arthelia Jones Christopher Jones David Jones. Jr. Morris Jones Paul Jones Ricky Jones Keith Jordan Frances Joyner Gwendolyn Ken Patricia Keller Erwin Kelley Charee Kelly Betty Kimball Jamison King Lind Knox Sharletta Lacey Melissa Lanue Shelia Larkins Gary Lawrence Betty Leach Ernis Lee Ann Lewis Carolyn Lewis George Lewis Tyrone Little Robert Lockart Rita Lockey Sharolyn Logan Melody Maddox Sandra Manning Rushner Manning Joseph Marshall Dapvi Martin Pam Matthews Shelia Mayr Patricia McAllister Dai ' l McArthur Ronnie McCain April McCall Ronnie McCormick Michael McCoy Valerie McCaramu Maggie McDonald Dunda McDougald Cecil McDowell •limmy McEachern Diane McGrady Thurman McKinnor Priscilla McKoy Sharon McKoy Cynthia McLaughlii Ester McLean Pegg ' McLean Edward McNair Mar ' Ann McNair Sharon McNair Paula McNeil Jo Ann McNeill Angela McPeak Gary McPhatter Wanda McPherson Lynette Melvin Robert MeK ' in Valicia Melvin Billy Miller Carolyn Moore Dennis C. Moore Tim Moore Karen Moore Debra Monk Lula Monroe Laverne Monroe Christina Monsanta Alonzo Montiero Claudia Morris Dianthia Morris Beverly Morrison Charlotte Morrison Troy Moye Patricia Mudd Angela Murphy Tony Murphy Alvin Murray Sherlene Newkirk Ovetta Norman Velveeta Norman Tonya Oglesby Vara Owens Ida Palmore Leatrice Parmby Carol Patterson Tina Penny Ivette Perry Sabrena Perry Debra Pettiway Eddie Pocker Lynn Pitts Sandy Powers Wallace Preston Joey Rainey Cynthia Raynor Rosemary Reaves :ju:.mim ' i " = f f - f f Jacquelin Redding Frances Regan Phyllis Reives Ella Rhodes Kim Rice Janice Richardson Johnnie Richardson Ronald Richardson Clyde Riggins Sarah Riggs Arthur Roberts Judy Roberts Reilly Robinson Rickey Robinson Katrenia Rogers Sharon Rouse Diane Ruffin Donna Sanders Stephone Sanders Alice G. Sandifer Barbara Sawyer Curtis Sawyer Kim Scott Cher -1 Shackleford Jean Sharrow Richard Shaw Alice Sibbur - Don Earl Simon Martha Simmons Cynthia Simpson Gloria Singletary David Sloan David Smith George Smith Helen Smith Kevin Smith Laurice Smith Leander Smith Michael T. Smith Patricia Smith Tony Smith Willie Smith Margaret Sneed Shelby Southerland Johnny Spencer Nicie Stalling Remus Stanley Linda Staton Ingrid Stephens Willie Stephens Linda Stevens Jacqueline Stone Cynthia Strother Hattie Sutton Jimmy Thauker Cathy Thomas Janice Toon Stephen Toone Mar ' Townsend Janet Tucker Leceila Turnage Cynthia Tyler Nelva Usher Felicia Utley Eddie Wade Kriss Wade John Walker Terry Wallace Tarquintuis Walser Shara Washington (iloria Pearl Waters Bertie Watford i 9f f Jennifer Watkins Valerie Watson William Wesley Rejean White Vincent White Angela Whitehead Benjamin Williams Carolyn Williams Elaine Williams Elliott Williams Karen Williams Saundra Williams Windy Williams Venita Willis Steneice Wilson Joseph Worrells Dennis Wright James Samuel Wright Theresa Wright Carl Zachery HAPPY BIRTHDAY IVETTE PERRY Students gather around in the Blue Room to wish Ivette a happy birthday. Everyone ' s mouth waters as Ivette cuts her birthday cake. s p H M R E Billy Hopkins .Ir , President Faye Baldwin, Vice President Janet Lay, Secretary Jacqueline Rowland, Treasurer Charlene Coleman— Correspondence Secretary C L A S s F F I C E R S Advisor: Irving Veazie 143433 Jeffen, ' Allen Payne Allen Tejuana Alston Doreen Armistead Clemintine Artis Demetrus Austin Alice Faye Baldwin Gwendolyn Baldwin Carolyn Barnes Ethel Barnes Furnace Barnes Margaretha Bell Dorothy Best Larry Billups Gail Bizzell Nancy Black Edith Blackwell Iraogene Blue Lillie Booth Senobia Bordeaux Daniel Boudreaux Cheryl Boyd Mar ' Boykin Stella Boykin Sandra Briggs Willis Brinkley Jean Brown Lou Brown Sharon Brown Patricia Bryant Sharon Br ant Leasa Cameron Annie Chambers Hubert Cherr - Charlene Coleman Lana Cooper Debra Corbett Debra Corbett Chinn Cordell Wanda Coston Nelda Cox Jerry Davis Pegg ' Davis Valeria Dickens Franklin D. Elliot Helen M. Evans Sherion A. Evans William Everett Patrick Faircloth Hawkins Preston Hayes Denise Hempstead Madeline Henrv I . Cynthia Herring James Herring Wanda Hill Dennis Hiliiard Vivian Holmes Darcel Home Louella Home Priscilla Hubbard Marcia Inraan Catherine Jackson Gwendolyn Jackson Ovetta Jackson James Johnson Antionette Jenkins Kenneth Johnson Loralie Johnson Patricia Johnson Vickie Johnson Annie M. Jones Belinda Jones Dora Jones Joncier Jordan JoAnn Kelly Madie Kersev Francis Kitchens Janet Lay Audrey Lennon Alice Lewis Sliirley Long Kenneth Mallare Brenda MaRae Carol Gaye Marlowe Valerie Massey Miriam Mack Angela McCall Becl y McClain Gail McClain Genne McDuffie Stephen McFarland Reginald McLean Wendzele McLean Geraldine McClinton Marylena McCrimmon Callie McCutchen Paula McEachem Paul McKethan Delores McLaughlin Dennis McNair Jeffrey McNeil Shirley McNeil Clarence Lee McNeil Paulette McRae Christina Melvin Clifford Melvin Jean Melvin Barbara Merritt Donna Marie Miller Janet Miller Sophronia Miller Diane Mitchell An gel i a Moore Marjorie Moore Robert Moore Sandra Moore Don Monroe Mamie Morris Swain Murphy Renu Nishowan Gregory Nixon Sophia Norggins Charlene Pearson Sharon Perry Darlene Plowden Brenda Pore Beryl Powell Fredia Powell Robert L. Powell Preciliia Pratt Wilbert Pratt Victoria Ratliff Karen Reaver Donna Reavis Robert Rice Margaret Richardson Jennie Roberts Norris Robertson Johnnie Robinson Kathy Robinson Laveme Rooks Shelia Ross Cassandra Rouse Lillie Shipman Debra Sidbery Felecia Simmons Steven Simms Priscilla Simpson 1. i Im 4.}. Michael Singletary Debra Small Bertha Smith Delores M. Smith Paula Smith Wesley Sneed William J. Souviney Bobby Speight Jennifer Braboy Spencer Daryl Stafford Renoui Stancil Barbara Stelly Ellen Stevens Julia Stewart Gladys Stokes Roderick Streeter Linda Strother Gilbert Stump Linda Sutton Shannon Sutton Dwight Swin John Tedder Henry Thomas Kevin Thompson Margie Thompson Ann M. Tocco Phung Van Tran Van Ly Tran Mildred Troy Karen Tucker Jacquelyn Van Bockel Juan Vaughan Alton Vinson Harold VVardlaw Ronnell T. Wright James Wright Mark Windley Teresa Williams Thurman Whitted Beverly D. White Annette Wagner Jurline Walker Currie Wallace Sandra Watson Wanda Wesley Dennis Williams Ghenda Williams Janice Williams Jennie Williams Marilyn Williams Monterr - Williams Elaine Wilson Angela Yeoman Shirley Long IN LOVING MEMORY . OF MARIE LOUISE FORTE AUGUST 20, 1935— NOVEMBER 28, 1978 Miss Forte was a member of the First Baptist Church in Stedman, N.C. She graduated from Armstrong High School and attended the William Penn Institute in Philadelphia, Pa. She also matriculated at Fayetteville State University and was a member of the Sophomore Class. We are born for a higher destiny than that of earth. — There is realm where the rainbow never fades, where the stars will be spread out before us like islands that slumber on the ocean, and where the beginnings that pass before us like shadows will stay in our presence forever — . Bulwer JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS From left to right: Jonathan Fant — President Cynthia Weeks — SGA Representative LeVern Marshall — Vice President Valerie Perry — Secretary Not pictured are: Lerah Brooks — Asst. Secretary Gerald Johnson — Treasurer Carrington Adkins Xavier Aekins Lesly Allen David G. Alsberry Pam Anderson •lames Askew Robert Atkins James Autrv- Myral Baldizon Jeffrey Ballard Jerry Beatty Lacv Bell, Jr. Nancy Bernard Percy Bethea Melvin Bivons Karen Boone Kenyon Bounds James Braswell Janice Bridges Betty Brow n Johnnie May Brown Gloria Brunson Alice Bruam Mar ' Burch Angela Burden Robert S. Burnett Sandra Burton Sandra Cameron Debora Campbell Larr - Campbell Elizabeth Chapman Judv Coffev Clifton Cole Belinda Coleman Michael Connelly Robert Cooper Connie Copeland Linda Comwell Sampson Cotton Vickie Cotton n Chandra Covington Patricia Crump Kennis Crumpler Ronald Czoleli Ray Davenport Clara M. Davis Margaret H. Davis Larry Dawson Janice Deloatch William Desoto Gwen Dickens Lizzie Dingle Raymond Donnell Raymond Dues Gloria Edmonds Miltrene Ellis William Everett Glenda Farmer Francell H. Flood, Jr. Debra Fortes John Gaines Willie Gainey Obi Godfrey Winifred Godwin Joseph Julian Gordon Ervin Graham Ronnie Graham Janice Grant Ronald Guion . ; Debra Hamer Linda Harper David Harris Norris Harvey Jasper Hatten Ernest Hawks Leonard Hill Ruby Hines Michael Holly Sarah B. Holmes Bernard Jackson s Harry Jobes Gerald Johnson Larry B. Johnson Edward N. Jones Ethel Jones James Jones M. Carmel Barney Lawrence Kevin Lawson William Leak Sandra Lofton Rebecca Long Barbara Lucas Judy Marsh George Marshall Leverne Marshall Angele Martin Larry McDonald Willita McDonald Deborah McLaughlin 4 Wendy McNeil Brenda McNeil Ronald McPherson Donald Mebane Greta Meekins Dejuna Middleton Gary Miller Carrie Moore Dorothy Moore Lillian Denise Moore Joseph Motte Victor Neismith Roy Oliver Frances Ouerton Brenda Patterson Valerie Perry Judy Phipps Marilyn Phipps Pecola Pickett Peggy Pickett Michael Pittman Jacqueline Potts Bonita Powell Annie Pridger Joyce Pye Eric Ray Romona Ray Daisy Riddick Sabra Riggans Sharon Riggans Kirby Rnwe Hain Santella Mary Saunders Bernita Scott Michael Shepard Rodney Simmons Felton Smith Lillian Spearman Barbara Stokes Davis Straus Charlotte Sydnor Ulysses Taylnr Charlene Thomas Gar ' Thompson Richard Thompsc David Tillery Beulah Timmons June Townsend Kazuo Townsend Willie Townsend Anthony TuU Coolev Wade Cherr ' W alker Thomas Walters Florine Walton Julia Walton Jimmie W ' ard Reginald Ward Monica Warren Sylvester Washington ss« Robert Watkins Cynthia Weeks Alfreda Y. Williai Glenda Williams Hubert Williams Karen Williams Debra Williamson Donna Boseman GUINNESS Book of World Records viDeoTAPe NieTWORK J issioe f " ' o. " " " - ' t ti ,, v.- 4 ' iSf - " " The world as ' ' ' ' ■• ' they knew it was slipping away from them. Time was , i i running out for ■ the human race. And there was nothing to hold , on to-except - M each other! ' M P ' i0y ' 0 ' ySNAK ' viDeo.w e GRUDGE FIGHTS Greatest " ' ™ Rematches in Boxing History V NGTWORK J WONDERLOVE WONDERLOVE C VlDGOTAPe NeT AORK 115 EAST 62nd STNEW YORK NY 10021 •(2121759-8735 CONGER VIDGOTAPe r. -X viDeoiAPe VIDEO PROGRAMS A Camffus Television Exclusive NBC News Documentaries are now being played on selected campus TV set(s) repeatedly over one full week for your viewing convenience. LongWintef of Heqif aibti One day next spring, Hank Aaron will become the leading home run hitter of all time. The program reveals the personality of this intensely private man, as it explains the pressures he faces as a Black sports figure challenging one of the hallowed records in baseball. HKffll VTNCONCER • " ' v t ' M-. -„. ' 7 lf - C- -—J 4 ?l 11 the i|ears of ' Beatlemania--from the first U.S. concert to the last. vioeoTAPe NGTWORK ;5i .,CV. ' L.rA ' 212)759-3735 WKUMiUMU Kl 1978-79 M p A R A D E Mrs, Mane -Jeffries pins a bouquet on Mrs. Rosa Lvons. 1 iA. " J- ' -. " « Third from left is Mark Best, a student leader enjoving the fmid. MISS FA YETTEVILLE STA TE UNIVERSITYS BANQUET HONORING MISS SHERIE D. CUM MINGS %m Mr. William Hall gives tray of food to a staffer. ■iherie is shown with her brother on the left and her mother as she discuss the banquet. seated trom lett is Ining ' eazie. Chairman and Mrs. A.T. Robinson. Co-Chairperson of the Homecoming Committee enjoying the food along with other committee members and friends. Other campus queens and their escorts are dming in ti: Standing: Mr. Elson Floyd. President of the Student Government Association presents a traveling bag to Miss Fayetteville State University. WE ARE BRONCOS TOO! HELLO FRIENDS. THIS IS OUR DAY. " Here comes ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' Miss FSU . . . " Female and Male Residence Halls ' practices unity. Miss Junior aspiring to become a Se- nior. What a beautiful float? The mighty Broncos Marching Band. 9 ' Left: Lavetta (Candi) Carbin is a mascot with the Marching Broncos. MISS FSU ELECT WANDA GREEN, MISS FAYETTEVILLE STATE UNIVERSITY— ELECT MISS RUDOLPH JONES STUDENT CENTER— ELECT SHIRLEY LONG Yvonne Moore Miss Senior Carolyn Freer Miss Junior Alfreda Lewis Miss Sophomore Veronna McGuii Miss Freshman Blouise Payton Miss Student Center Judy Boddie Miss 1st Runner Up Shelia Brown Miss Alumni Cumberland County Geraldine Brinson Miss Cocoa Phi Cocoa Debra Carroll Miss Zeta Phi Beta Denise Cantrell Miss Phi Beta Sigma Sylvia Alford Miss Sigma Sweetheart Linda Hortiin Miss Alpha Phi Alpha Jacqueline Jackson Miss Alpha Kappa Alpha Phvllis Andri Miss Groove Phi Soul Harriet King Miss Delta Sigma Theta Marcia Colson Miss Iota Phi Theta Beverly Edge Miss Alpha Phi Omega Frances Elliott Miss Groove Phi Groove SGA PRESIDENT ELECT i ' -i ,f- ROBERT ATKINS, PRESIDENT— ELECT SGA VICE-PRESIDENT ELECT 5s« .i ■ , , ' yi V ' - ' f ; BpC -- = s? VALORIE PERRY, VICE PRESIDENT— ELECT Sandra Gore Miss Swing Phi Swing Celestine Davis Miss Tau Phi Tau Debra Munnelyn Miss Kappa Alpha Psi Gail Spellman Miss Wine Psi Phi Mary Cooper Miss Phi Nu Phi Glorietta McNair Miss AFROTC Shirbey Pickett Miss Alpha Angel Sharon Watson Miss Kappa Kitten Tawanna Heaggans Miss Alpha Phi Omega Jewel Lmda Clanton Miss Omega Pearl Sandra Walden Miss Phi Beta Lamt Janice Grant Miss Dimensions of Ebony Louise Miller Miss Veteran ' s Club Miss Men s Assembly Madeline Perry Miss Bronco Booster Claudette Alston Miss Physical Education Major Anne Baker Miss Day Student SGA BUSINESS MANAGER ELECT MA YNARD SMITH, SGA BUSINESS MANAGER— ELECT MISS FSU 1977-78 ACTIVITIES DURING CORONATION BANQUET w CORONATION BANQUET Ij [li Fannie Thompson Miss Women ' s Council DianthiaMo Miss Vance Hall Beverly Morrison Miss Jovner Hall - - Paula Harrison Shirlev Brvant Vickie Johnson Miss Harris Hall Miss Hood Hal Miss Williams Hall Francis Kitchens Miss Men ' s New Residence Ha Marjorie Hyman Miss New Residence Ha Carolyn Lewis Miss Bryant Hall Imogene Blue Miss Smith Hall Alice Pope Miss Tan Phi Co Dr. Dorcus Bradley Advisor CORONATION ADVISORS 1978-1979 CORONATION From left to right: Chancellor Lyons. Miss FSU, Sherie Cummings, and Mrs. Lyons. Elson Floyd, SGA president poses with Miss FSU Sherie Cummings. The audience has a pleasing look on their faces as they watch Miss FSU. Sherie Cummings. A TRIBUTE TO OUR FOUNDERS WT Sl At a time when the education of Black youth, even on an elementary level, was vir- tually i gnored, seven Black men recognized the need to develop a cadre of literate Black citizens in Fayetteville, N.C. Through their gifts of material, moral, and intellectual resources, MATTHEW N. LEARY, A.J. CHESNUTT, ROBERT SIMMONS, GEORGE GRAINGER, THOMAS LOMAX, NELSON CARTER and DAVID A. BRYANT founded the institution which is today known as Fayetteville State University. Top left: Fayetteville State ' s AFROTC officers and the crowd stand at attention during the ceremonies. Top right: Mr. Harold Nixon, Ms. Shelia Brown, Ms. Belinda Coleman. Mr. Julius Morgan, Chancellor Lyons and Dr. C. C. Thomas bow their heads in prayer. Bottom left: Faculty, Staff and Administrators of FSU observe the Founder ' s Day ceremonies. Bottom right: Belinda Coleman, President of the FSU Women ' s Council, place flowers on the founder ' s grave as Dr. Greene and Chief Marshall, Mr. Harold Nixon looks v IHHp : ' MR. ELS ON L. FLOYD PRESIDENT, STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION Left: Elson discusses campus concerns with Chancellor Charles " A " Lyons. Jr. Right: Elson poses with Sherie D. Cummings, Miss Fayetteville State University. Left to right below: Miss Fayetteville State University, Elson. Mrs. Shelia Brown. Miss National Alumni and Mr. Julius C. Morgan National Alumni President. BitfS .• .1 1 ' m ' j J| -w -i -jBy= m " 3 - ! Left is Mr. Harold Little. Vice President of the Student Government Association and President of the Student Senate. Harold strolls near the Student Center. Right is Mr. Chester Smith, Business Manager of the Student Govern- ment Association, strolling with his brief case of accountable documents. STUDENT ATTORNEY GENERAL. Left to right Elaine Stockton — Clerk John Sherrod — Assistant Attorney Tony Baldwin — Attorney General Paula Samuel — Student Investigator AND STAFF u p w A R D Upward Bound Students gather around the piano with Dr. Leo Edwards in the Student Center. B U N D LIFE SKILLS Mr. James Carter takes time out to pose for the photographer. From left to right: Mr. James Carter and Gary Battle FSU GOLF TEAM Left to right: Johnny Vaugh, Co-Captain, Dr. Joe Robinson, Athletic Director, Melvin Jaclcson, Coriuiius Howtll, Mr. Mosses Wallier, Head Golf Coach, Randolph Gaither, Andre Springs, Captain and Redell Miller. Kneeling left to right: Rose Robin, Lin- da Robinson, and Ruth Atkins. FSU Golf Team won the CIAA Golf Championship for the past five consecutive years. Audre Springs has been the CIAA season medalist for the past three years. FSU Golfers have won individual medal honors 90 ' ; of all tournaments for the past five years. This year Fayetteville State started a Woman ' s Golf team and shows great promise in that regard. Advisor: Mr. Moses Walker FA CULTY STAFF STUDENT BASKETBALL GAME Faculty Staff team members hi; ' r Mrs. Charlene Foster — Advisor THE BRONCOS FOOTBALL TEAM Defensive Backs — Standing Left to right: Jasper Corkley, Clarence Ashley, Tony Baldwin. Quarterbacks — Standing Left to right Ed Davis, Roy Ike Hall, Kneeling Left to right: Carl Zachery. Corwell Chinn, Ernest Hackney, William OUver, Kneeling left to right: Bruce Twynes, Jamison King Elliott, and William Houston Defensive Linemen — Standmg Left to right: Willie Gray. Ervin Blakely. Ed Williams. Ernest Hawkins. Henry Thompson. Hubert Williams. Kneeling left to right: Gary Ham. Daryl Martin, Jeff Hamilton, Zachery Brown, Terry Cameron, Terry Wallace NUN PHI NUN SOCIAL FELLOWSHIP INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL TEAM The Nun Phi Nun Social Fellowship is the 1978-79 Intramural Basketball Champions. The Nuns defeated Force 56 to 54 in the championship game. The game was played in the Lilly Gymnasium on April 22, 1979. Standing left to right: Elson Floyd, Gary Bailey, Lawrence Suggs, Randy Manuel, Darryl Barnes, and James Glymph. Kneeling: Gregory Smith, James Autry, Roosvelt Forte, and William Freeman. Coach — Gregory Smith Acting Director of Intramurals Mr. Jerry Williams THE FORCE INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL TEAM Left to right: Andrew McNabb, Wensel Mclean, Charles Butler, Eugene Davis, and Javis Smith. INTRAMURAL PROGRAMS A broad intramural program for students is conducted by the Director of Student Activities office. This program provides a wide variety of recreational sports activities. Team and individual awards are made at the end of the school year. Coach — Charles Butler Acting Director of Intramurals — Mr. Jerry Williams m PHYSICAL EDUCATION MAJORS OFFICERS Larry McDonald, President Sylvia Hargrove, Vice President Claudett Alston, Secretary Eamestine Burks, Treasurer Advisor: Mrs. Joslyn Ford NEW RESIDENCE HALL ASSOCIATION Left to right: Belinda Coleman — President of Women ' s Council COUNSELORS Jackie Battle Phyllis Murch Sonya Brown Paula Battle Alice Faye Bald ' Gwen Armstrong Vivian Murphy Saundra Moore Left to right: Valerie Hicks — Treasurer Jacqueline Battle — President Audrey Lennon — Vice President Beverly White — Secretarv WOMEN ' S COUNCIL FRESHMAN RESIDENCE ASSOCIATION OFFICERS HARRIS HALL Left to right: Shelby Southerland, Treasurer. Cheryl Shackleford, President. Valerie McGraw, Secretary and Shelia Rogers, SGA Representative. HOOD HALL Left to right: Linda Allsbrooks, Treasurer. Diane Ruffin. Assistant Secretary, Naomi Council, Secretary. .Janice Toon. Vice President and Bar- bara Sawyer, President. JOYNER HALL Left to right: Laurice Smith. Assistant Secretary, Joanne Mouzon, Vice President, Cheryl Addison, Secretary and Kimberley Brisbon, President. Advisors: Mrs. Flora Anthony Mrs. Catherine Powell Mrs. Annie Taylor SMITH HALL ASSOCIATION Left to right: Patricia Johnson, President. Johnnie May Brown, Treasurer, and Nancy Black, VANCE HALL ASSOCIATION President: Gary Miller Vice President: Fred Applewhite Secretary: Ernest Standi Treasurer: Aluin Chapman M PAN HELLENIC COUNCIL Left to right: Patricia Dickens. Paul Robinson, Sylvia Afford, John Wesley, and Patricia Crump The National Pan-Hellenic Council was organized in May, 1930 at Howard University. Washington D. C. The charter members were: Kappa Alpha Psi and Omega Psi Phi Fraternities; Alpha Kappa Alpha, Delta Sigma Theta and Zeta Phi Beta Sororities. In 1931 Alpha Phi Alpha and Phi Beta Sigma Fraternities joined the Council and in 1937 Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority completed the list of organizations that continues to comprise the affiliate organizations of the National Pan-Hellenic Council. The stated purpose of the organization in 1930 was " Unanimity of thought and act ion as far as possible in the conduct of Greekletter collegiate fraternities and sororities, and to consider problems of mutual interest to its member organizations. " Early in 1937, the organization was incorporated under the laws of the State of Illinois and became known as " The National Pan-Hellenic Council Incorporated. " Advisor: Irving Veazie TAU GAMMA DELTA SORORITY OFFICERS Glendora Miller — President Sharon Bryant — Vice President Virginia Morrison — Secretary Gail Sutton — Treasury Clemintine Artis — Parliamentarian Mrs. Barbara Claytor — Advisor GROOVE PHI GROOVE Tony Barnes President Reginald Armstrong Vice President Aron Gray Secretary and Dean of Pledgees Charles Robinson Treasurer Charles Alston Assistant Dean of Pledgees Mr. C. I. Brown, Advisor SIGMA GAMMA RHO SORORITY, INC. OFFICERS Left to right: Vice President and Dean of Pledgees, Belinda Coleman President and Secretary. Patricia Dickens. ADVISORS: Evelyn Durham Yolanda Baxter The Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc. was founded on November 12, 1922 at Butler University, Indianapolis, Indiana. It was founded at FSU on December 12, 1970. Sigma is a sisterhood whose purpose focuses on maintaining the scholarship and leadership potential of each member. National projects include: Teen Towns, Mental Health Education and Teen-age pregnancy prevention. ZETA PHI BETA SORORITY, INC. HISTORY OF ORGANIZATION Zeta Phi Beta Sorority. Inc. was founded on the cam- pus of Howard University, Washington. D.C. on January 16. 1920 through the Encouragement of Charles and Langston Taylor of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity. Inc. Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. and Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Inc. are the only national Greek Letter Brother and Sister Organizations. The purpose of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. is to bring together women for scholarship, service, and finer womanhood. OMEGA BETA CHAPTER 1 ' 0 s OFFICERS President Anita Denise Cantrell Vice President Willette Campbell Secretary Deborah McNeill Treasurer Karen Hunt lev Advisor— Mrs. Catherlene S. Thimipsdn ' T Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Inc. was founded on January 9, 1914 on the cam- pus of Howard University in Washington D.C. The Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity was chartered on the Fayetteville State University campus on November 24, 1954. MEMBERS Sampson Partrid Donald Gray James .Johnson Billy Hopkms ADVISOR: IRVING VEAZIE PHI BETA SIGMA FRATERNITY, INC. IOTA PHI THETA SOCIAL FELLOWSHIP Founded: September 19, 1963 Place: Morgan State University Motto: " It Takes a Man " Left to right: Quincy Allen, Dean of Pledgees, Terry Elliot, Vice President. Vincent Williams and kneeling Zebedee Graham, President and Treasurer. Left to right: Zebedee Graham. Quincy Allen, Terry Elliot, and Vincent Williams. Advisor: C. I. Bn TAN PHI COCOA Tan Phi Cocoa was founded April 28, 1971 at Fayetteville State University, Fayetteuille North Carolina with the pur- pose of promoting love and unity. Their motto is " UNITE THE WORLD " Advisor: Mr. C. I. Brown ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA SORORITY, INC. President: Linda Horton Vice-president: Sylvia Brown Secretary: Carolyn Moore Advisor: Dr. Grace C. Black Alpha Kappa Alpha is a sisterhood of women that have common ideas of Scholarship, Leadership, Service, and Character. AKA was founded in 1908 at Howard University in Washington, D.C. The Delta Alpha Chapter at F.S.U. is always working toward their motto " Service to All Mankind. " OMEGA PSI PHI FRATERNITY OFFICERS Lorenzo Grays, Basileus Randolph Gaither, Vice Basileus Eugene Westry, Keeper of Records and Seals Latham White, Keeper of Finance Jasper Cokely, Keeper of Peace Advisor: Mrs. Moses Walker GAMMA SIGMA SIGMA aUMft- Ziy fd- ITiyua Founded: October 10-12. 1952 Place: New York Motto; " Unity and Service " KAPPA ALPHA PSI FRATERNITY INC Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. was founded January 5, 1911 in Bloomington, Indiana, Indiana State University. " THE DREAM " of Elder Watson Diggs was to assist Achievement and Brotherhood in every field of human endeavor. It ' s purpose is to shape a group personality unique in the annals of college greek-letter organizations around the idea of achieve- ment. Polmarch — Paul Robinson Vice-Polmarch — Maynard Smith Keeper of Records — Robert Atkins Keeper of Exchequer — Eric Johnson Dean of Pledges — Ulysseus Taylor Stratequs — Darrell Davis Lt. Stratequs — Andrew Stancell Historian — Willie Washington Advisor: Dr. Willis Ham NUN PHI NUN SOCIAL FELLOWSHIP Left to right: Elson Floyd, Rufus McDonald, Vice President, James Glymph, John Johnson, Gary Bailey, Lawrence Suggs, Treasurer, Darryl Barnes, President, Randy Manuel. Secretary, Victor Nesmith. Kneeling: Ronnie Guion, Parliamentarian, Gregory Smith and William Freeman Mr. C.L Brown TAU PHITAU SOCIAL FELLOWSHIP David Lee Murrell, President Jeffrey Rutledge, Vice-President Juan Vaughn, Secretary Byron Tyson, Treasurer James Keith, Dean of Pledgees Philip Gstling, Assistant Dean of Pledgees Chester Smith, Assistant Treasurer Mr. Alfonza Alston, Advisor TA U PHI THETA SOCIAL FELLOWSHIP Founded: December 12, 1969 Place: North Carolina Central University Advisor: Mrs. Myrtle E, Asheraft President: Celestine Gail Darus Motto: " Black Awareness Plus Black Unity Equal Stronger Bond for Sisterhood. ' BETA KAPPA CHI HONOR SOCIETY James Grear, President Pamela Williams, Vice President Juanita H. Strait, Secretary Karen Shelly, Treasurer Left to right: Gary Miller and Christian Acholonu ADVISOR: Dr. Leo Edwards WHO ' S WHO STUDENTS Christian Acholu ■V •J- i; ,,. - WHO ' S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES COLLEGES Carrington Adkins Ernest Autry Sylvia Brown Mary Burch Bernard Cameron David Clark Thomas Clements Brenda Colvin Kathleen Conrad Vickie Cotton Flora Dickens Patricia Dickens Reginald Gilchrist Allie Hill Alexander Hodges Jacob Hoff James Holland Linda Horton Elget Jackson Mary James Darlene Johnson Torrence Jones Lee Kim Willie Lee Melvin Mason Helen McKoy Cathy McLaurin Deborah McNeill Shirley Melvin Donna Miller Lelia Murph Paul Murphy Shirley Moore Flora Newkirk Elizabeth Ray Ruth Sherman Ulysses Taylor Fannie Thompson Cathy Thornton Wilbert Walker Ronald Watts Sandra Wiggins Glenda Williams Gloria Williams Pamela Williams James Gear CEREMONY DELTA SIGMA THETA SORORITY INC OFFICERS Treva Farmer — President Rosalind Hinnal — Vice President and Dean of Pledgees Beverly Joyner — Corresponding Secretary Cynthia Cobb — Recording Secretary Mary Cooper — Treasurer Carolyn Ray — Chaplain Angela Newsome — Parliamentarian Jackie Richardson — Historian Advisor: Mrs. Gwendolyn Henderson ALPHA PHI ALPHA FRATERNITY Founded — December 4, 1906 Place — Cornell University Motto — First of all, servants of all, we shall transcend all. Mr. Jesse J. Dickens, Advisor Francell H. Flood Jr., President MEN ' S ASSEMBLY The purpose of this Assembly is to provide peer counsel- ing, formal and informal educational experiences for the male students, and opportunities for participation in ac- tivities of the Assembly. President: George Faulk Vice President: Gerald K. Johnson Secretary: Gary Miller Our Queen THE DATING GAME COUPLES The Dating Game was sponsored by the Day Student Organization. The couples from left to right: Mike Holly and Teresa Hall, Johnny McQueen and Paula Samuel, Bobby Coefield and Annette Wagner, Richard James and Francene Carroll. Advisor: Mr. Frederick Young THE VOICE EDITOR Our motto: " Speaking For Ourselves, " we take seriously. We realize that we have a debt to pay back to the countless Black people that made it possible for us to have a free, Black press. We accept the challenge and challenge the student body to do likewise. " The Voice " Lillie Booth, Editor 78-79 THE UNIVERSITY CHOIR The Fayetteville State University Choir, under the direction of Dr. Richard Hadley, exists to provide students with experience in singing secular and sacred music for events on campus. During the school year the choir engages in many different activities. Major campus appearances include such annual events as the " Christmas Concert, " the Spring Concert, Founders Day Program and Graduation. The Fayetteville State University Choir gave a melody of selections Director: during the Founders Day Ceremony. Ms. Freda Hughes, a soprano Dr. Richard Hadley captivated the audience with a solo entitled " City Called Heaven. " m Love is being with friends who care Love is clowning around The card catalog is very helpful when you check out books. You never know what ' s happening unless you read. WFSS 88. 1 The noncommercial educational FM radio voice of Fayetteville State University is own- ed and operated by the University. Each per- son has been trained to operate controls. The broadcast features Educational messages as well as Jazz, Funk, Pop and Disco to entertain the tuned in dials of everyone listening daily from 3:00 pm until 12:00 am. Seated at controls from top to bottom are Karen Tucker, .Johnny McQueen, Thomas Walters and Regina Macklin whose job is Traffic and Continui- President— Clarke At Pictured below is: Secretary — Cha Coleman SOCIAL SCIENCE CLUB On September 2. 1978 the Social Science Club was founded on the campus of Fayetteville State University. At its incep- tion it became apparent that the disciplines of the Social Sciences should become unified. The purpose of this organization is to create an atmosphere of awareness of human interactions and to encourage academics in the disciplines of Social Science. ft|. £i_ Front row — left to right: Charlene Coleman. Secretarv ' . Brenda Green. Asst, Sharon Br ' ant. Treasurer, and Paula Battle. Back row — left to right: Frageni) V ' alorie Perr ' . Clarke Arline. President and Shirley Long. Pictured at the right is: Sophia N y g g i n s — Peirliamentarian Professor Clark — Advisor MATHEMATICS CLUB President: George Larkms Vice-President: Norris Har%ey Secretary-: Juanita H. Strait Treasurer: -Jackie Potts Other Offices: Asst. Secretar -Rosa Tucker Project Chiefs: Denise Moore Ronnie Clark Advisors: Dr. Leo Edwards and Mr- -Jer-Yih Lii PEER COUNSELORS Coordinator: Angela Burden The Peer Counseling Program was started un- der the 1972 General Education Program with Mrs. Valeria P- Fleming as chairperson. The Peer Counseling Program was later placed under the direction of the Director of Counseling Ser- vices. Presently the program is under the super- vision of Ms. Loretta E. Braxton. Super -isor of Testing and Peer Counselors. The Peer Counseling Program is a means whereby students provide help and support to fellow students. This extension of the counseling services allow larger numbers of students to be reached so that they may have the opportunity to discuss academic as well as personal social issues with their peers. Advisor: Miss Loretta E. Braxton THE VOICE STAFF Newspaper Staff Members from left to right are Fide! Essono, Valerie Frazier. Beverly Edge. Vanessa Williams, Edith Holloway, Shirley Long, and Ronald Spicer. Standing from left to right: Ronald Spicer. Edith Holloway, Fidel Essono, Shirley Long. Kneeling from left to right; Beverly Edge, Valerie Frazier, Vanessa Williams. Dr. William Greene, Advisor FINANCIAL AID WORKSHOP Pictured in front of the Administration Building; left to right: Mr. Harold Nixon, Director of Financial Aide, Cathy Long, Laurence Allen, Kathreen Smith, and Dr. Jim Carr, Director of College Foundation in Raleigh, N,C, Pictured from left to right: Mr. Harold Nixon, Director of Financial Aid. Ms. Donna Holt, and Dr. Jim Carr, Director of College Foundation in Raleigh, N.C. VETERAN ' S CLUB iP Lji Left to right: Raymond Sherard. President, William Wesley. Ron D. Whitted. Vice President, and Oscar Howard Advisor: Mr. Harvard Lewis Founders From left to right; William Wesley. Barba Stelley, Diane Mitchell and Billy Hopkins, Jr. u T Officers From left to right Ray Sherard, President. San dra McArthur, Secretary William Wesley. Vice Presi dent. Dennis McNair Treasurer N I Members From left to right: Sandra McArthur, Ray Sherard. Dr. Doris Bright harp. Advisor, William Wesley. Barbara Stelley. Den- nis McNair, Diane Mitchell and Billy Hopkins. Jr. A S S c. WOOD LEATHER CRAFT EXHIBIT Students gather around a local merchant as he brings his products to the students near the Student Center. AIR FORCE ROTC WOMEN United States Army Comes to our Aid First Sgt. Jones talks with PFC David Lester and PFC Anthony Fogg. Shown above is First Sgt. Johnny Jones as he arrives to in- spect the clearing of the " Nature Park " on campus. Pictured on the stump is PFC Calvin Cumy, PFC Ronald Keefe, and Private Robert Patter- mm CAMPUS IMPROVEMENTS Mr. Vance McBroom poses with the equipment operator from Fort Bragg during preparation of " Nature Park clearing. " ! fe., : .0; y tj j t AJiJEyi .1 — a VISIT TO PLAINS GEORGIA From left to right: Eloise Payton, Miss Student Center and Chester Smith, Business Manager. From left to right: Mr. Irving Veazie, Student Center Director, gives Chester Smith a hand shake. Eloise Payton and Chester Smith stand in front of Billy Carter ' s Tour Express. ft I M. FSU BOWLING TEAM These outstanding young ladies represented Fayetteville State in the Association of College Unions-International recreational tournament. The activity was held February 7-11, 1979 at the University of Tennessee. Pictured from left to right: Valerie McAfee, Paula McEachern, Kathleen Smith, Carolyn Williams, and Patricia Crump (not pictured) Pictured from left to right: Carolyn Williams, Paula McEachern, Valerie McAfee, and Kathleen Smith. Kathleen Smith, Captian Jerry Williams, Advisor FSU CHEERLEADERS The FSU Cheerleaders always take time out for pictures and different exercises. ' -y - " ' : : " :: ' ' ■• ' ih- jfc « » «! SPRING IS HERE AGAIN . . . Bonnie Poole poses for the camera eye as she enjoys the beautiful weather. KARATE CLUB " ' ■■ % .. I -t ' 1 Ronald Spicer launches an attack on his opponent. ' - i ■ Two karate students demonstrate one of the techniques of karate. Karate is an essential skill that trains the mind as well as the body. CAMPUS COEDS Shirley Long Phyllis Andrews Mary English V JX Lieutenant Colonel Fernando Alexander. Professor of Aerospace Studies Captain Nathaniel L Black Jr , Assistant Professor of Aerospace Studies - Captain Rufus Washin on, Jr., Assistant Professor of Aerospace Studies Department of Aerospace Studies Sergeant Julius C. Brackeen, Jr.. Ad- ministration NCOIC Sergeant Cleveland G.W. McDowell. Administration NCO .4GroatWavof Life Ms. Marye K. Robertson. Secretary I- ' ■ ' Sergeant James T. Jones. Ad- ministration NCO Paul J Murphy GlonetU P McNair Denise Townsend Shirley Melvin Kazuo M. Townsend Bernard R Camen Flora Z Newkirk Paul E. Robinson Edward L Melvin Jr. SPRING From left to right: Marlena Ricks, Cynthia Weeks and Valorie Perry pose briefly for our photographer while strolling from class. IS From left to right: Charlene Coleman, Ronald Spicer. Valerie Shingolster, Henry Thomas, Bertha Bryant and Jocelia Jordan are cooling out after classes on a lovely spring day. Denise Watkins and Pam Matthews could not resist the temptation of posing for our photographer. HERE!. ' ! IHH H THE HEW VISIT Left to right: Chancellor Lyons, Mr. David Tatel. Mr. Roger Sharpe and Dr. Luther McManus. After touring the Student Center our guest headed for the Butler Learning Center. Left to right: Dr. Mar ' Berry. Ms. Colleen O ' Conner, Dr. Luther McManus. and Mr. David Tatel brief the news media at the conclusion of the tour. Left to right: Dr. Ruby Sanders, Dr. Grace Black, Dr. Mary Berry, Mr. David Tatel, and Chancellor Lyons tour the Division of Business. Left to right: Dr. Mary Barry, HEW Assistant secretary for Educa- tion says good-by to Chancellor Lyons and Dr. Defield Holmes. THE HEW VISIT Left to right: Mrs. Eleanor Curtis Explains the operation of the print shop to Dr. Mary Berry, who is accompanied by Chancellor Lyons, and Dr. Holmes. Attorney Albert Hamlin accompanies Dr. Cleon Thompso n. Vice President of Student Affairs and Special Services representing the University System in North Carolina. Standing with Chancellor Lyons is Mr. David Tatel. Chief of the Civil Rights Division of HEW. Left to right: Dr Defield Holmes, Vice Chancellor for Academic Af- fairs, Chancellor Lyons, and Dr. Mary Berry. HEW Assistant Secretary for Education tours the Print Shop. ■ EpTT- ' 1 MaUkJiii i The snow storm of February Closed down all activities on FSU ' s campus Including the Rudolph Jones Student Center .iV j CANDIDS CANDIDS LYCEUM THERESA TREADWAY CONCERT A presentation of The Fayetteville Arts Council, Ms. Treadway was a guest of The Lyceum Committee at the University. In 1970 the mezzo soprano made her debut with the Oklahoma City Symphony. Soon afterwards she joined the Metropolitan Opera Studio in New York. Theresa Treadway has performed more than 30 Carmens in three different translations. Her other roles include Octa- vian in Rosenkavalier, Maddalena in Rigoletto, Rosina in The Bar of Seville, and Museta in the rarely performed Leon Cavallo La Boheme. FRANKLYN AJAYE, COMEDIAN On October 27, 1978 at 8:00 p.m. in the J. W. Seabrook Auditorium, the Lyceum Committee presented Franklyn Ajaye, Comedian Recording Artist and Comic Actor featured in " Car Wash " and " Dandy, The Ail-American Girl. " LYCEUM Ushers for the Theresa Treadway Concert L-R Mavis Mc Cabe Shirley Long Annette Wagner Paulette McCray Patricia Crump Reception was also held in the Seabrook Auditorium LYCEUM PRESENTS GIL SCOTT-HERON IT SEEMS NO ACCIDENT THAT GIL SCOTT- HERON ' S " THE FIRST MINUTE OF A NEW DAY, " THE FIRST ALBUM ISSUED UNDER OLIVE DAVIS ' NEW ARISTA LOGO, WAS RELEASED IN THE DEAD OF BOTH THE SEASONAL AND SPIRITUAL WINTERS IN AMERICA. FOR JUST AS WE WOULD BE DECEIVED BY THE DEPRESSING HOPELESSNESS OF THE " SEASON OF ICE " IN ITS BARREN TREES AND HIBERNATING CREATURES IF WE DID NOT KNOW THAT SPRING WOULD CERTAINLY FOLLOW, SO IT IS DURING THIS WINTER IN AMERICA, WHEN THERE ' S " NOBODY FIGHTING BECAUSE NOBODY KNOWS WHAT TO SAVE. " " WINTER IS A METAPHOR, " SAYS SCOTT- HERON IN DESCRIBING " THE PERIOD OF OUR LIVES THROUGH WHICH WE ARE TRAVELLING. BUT WE AS BLACK PEOPLE HAVE BEEN A SOURCE OF ENDLESS ENERGY, ENDLESS BEAUTY, AND ENDLESS DETERMINATION. I HAVE MANY THINGS TO TELL YOU ABOUT TOMMOROW ' LOVE AND LIGHT. WE WILL SEE YOU IN THE SPRING. " SHOWN WITH GIL SCOTT - HERON IS STUDENT GOVERNMENT PRESIDENT, ELSON FLOYD. • I ■ I » • ii • • • - The McDonald Sisters NATIONAL BOSS ' S WEEK NATIONAL BOSSES ' S WEEK CON ' T From left to right: Mr. James Carter and Dr. Barbara Holmes From left to right: Mrs. Carolyn Wilson and Dr. William Greene From left to right: Mrs. Ruth Hallock and Mr Robert Foose STUDENT NATIONAL EDUCATION ASSOCIATION Left to right: Floyd Newsome and Patricia Dickens. ' m ' .■.; ,«« ■ Left to right Lucy and Mandy Etheridge. SNEA OFFICERS President — Lucy Etheridge _ _ _, Vice President-Floyd Newsome Dr. A . i. tOVtB, Secretary — Mandy Etheridge Treasurer— Patricia Dickens A r1j)JQ( ir SUMMER ACTIVITIES BANQUET Vice Chancellor C. C. Hatcher, Speaker WE ARE FAMILY!!! Top: Sisters — Charlene and Belinda Coleman of Goldsboro, N.C. Mrs. Yuvonne Robinson poses with Jonathan and Lisa Fant, brother and sister of Spartanburg, S.C. Top middle: Valerie Malloy Bottom middle: Brenda Malloy — Sisters of Fayetteville, N.C. Top: Sisters — Paula and Jacqueline Battle of Grif- ton, N.C. Bottom: Twin Brothers — Victor and Anthony Cave of Miami. Fla. Top: Brother and sister Johnny and Rhonda Spencer of Burgaw, N.C. Bottom: Twin sisters — Lucy and Mandy Etheridge of Wendell, N.C. THE H END LEY BROTHERS The Senior Hendley brother poses with SGA Vice President, Harold Little and Miss Student Center elect, Shirley Long. The Maintenance Crew have the task of de-icing the ' M walkways after a big snow. The Maintenance Crew trucks through the snow across the campus. REGISTRATION?!! UGH!! but where does the line 1 " We don ' t really have to go through all those lines, do we? " Who said filling out forms was fun? " I owe WHAT! ' STUDENTS WORK HARD AT FSU Left to right: Randolph Gaither, Mrs. Miller, Chris Wade, and LeVeme Marshall. Mrs. Miller is aiding the students in the Curriculum Lab. James Johnson, Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. Pledgee, studies in the Chestnutt Library. Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. Pledgees from left to right: Robert Johnson, Randolph Gaither and Eugene Westry. Three freshman women relax- ing outside the Student Center. Students pose while Mr. Frederick Young receives his award for the completion of the AMF Bowling Me- chanic Course from Mr. Irving Veazie. Volleyball is a fun game when you are winning!! i -. (ii|j 3JB ! J- Dr. Evelyn Burrows, Chairperson Humanities and Fine Arts Purpose: The division of Humanities and Fine Arts seeks to provide an environment lor and to encourage the pursuit of academic excellence, to offer a choice of specializations sufficient for employment and or as background for advanced study and to make available a variety of learning experience in an effort to stimulate individualized and continued learning which will facilitate indepen- dent and rational adjustments in a multilateral society. Area of Art The University is dedicated to a broad education offering variety and balance in its curricula. The Area of Art is. therefore, concerned with giving the prospective art student the skill, attitude and knowledge to take a place in the community. It is the faculty ' s desire and purpose that the students respect work, that they find high satisfaction in it. and that they be fully qualified to perform tasks. The objectives of the Area of Art are as follows: 1. To prepare students for teaching art in elementary and secondary schools. 2. To provide enrichment courses to special students and non-art majors. 3. To develop and intelligent appreciation of and desire for the visual arts that will be of lasting value in the life of every student. 4. To provide a service for the Department of Education by providing a concentration in art for elementary education majors. 5. To provide a minor in art and electives for other students in the University. . «IM i«aiiK - ■RIK Mr. Syed M. Yunus, Coordinator f( " iZi ' Mr. Oscar C. Willis Area of Philosophy t L. The objectives of the Area of Philosophy is: 1. To acquaint the student with the chief rival philosophical approach to life and the practical application arising therefrom. 2. To develop within the student the capacity to think logically, reflectively, in his per- sonal quest for " the True and the Good. " 3. To encourage the students to work out for himself an intelligent and coherent concep- tual framework for his own life commitment. 4. To maximize within the student a concern for service for mankind. 5. To provide the student with a broad base of studies which will prepare him for graduate and or professional and vocational careers in the field of Philosophy. Dr Chacko C. Thoma Coordinator Dr. Arthur J. Pindle Area of Music The objectives of the Department of Music are as follows: 1. To provide the best possible preparation for teaching and supervising music in the elementary and secondare ' level schools. 2. To provide a firm technical foundation for future advancement. 3. To contribute to the scope of creativity of each student who chooses to enter into community service. 4. To give the student intensive professional training in the field of music and to equip him with a solid foundation of thorough musicianship. 5. To develop a sufficiently broad background of general education to enable him to become an effective member of society. Dr. Richard T. Hadley, Coordinator Ms. Anita D. Trice Area of English and Dramatic Arts The Area of English and Drama places emphasis upon the following objectives: 1 To assist all students of the University in increasing their competence in the area of English and in the interpretation and appreciation of literature. ' 1. To train those who show promise of becoming teachers, speakers, writers, mass media specialists. and graduate students. Dr. Joan E. Corbett Dr. John Wolfe. Coordinator Mrs. Charlene L. Foster Ms. Edythe L. George Mrs. Ophelia Holn Mrs. Nettie B. Jenkins Dr. Elaine Newsome Ms. Minnie Pratt Mrs. Minnetta H. Scott Dr. Peter Valenti Dr. Frank L. Whaley Ms. Izola Young Area of Modern Foreign Languages riting the Dr. Virginia F. Curry, Coordinator The Area of Modem Foreign Languages places emphasis on the following objectives: 1. To equip students with the basic linguistic skills of listening comprehension, speaking, reading, and i language with ease. 2. To provide knowledge of the grammatical structure of the language. 3. To guide in the interpretation and appreciation of works of literature. 4. To provide knowledge of foreign civilizations and cultures which will engender attitudes of tolerance, appreciation, and understanding of other nations of peoples. 5. To prepare for the teaching of the language as well as for linguistic endeavors in the areas of business, of industry, or of government. Dr. David S. Diaz Mrs. Catherlene S. Thompson i jm Physical and Life Sciences Dr. Roy A. Barrett, Chairperson The objectives of Physical and Life Sciences are as follows: 1. To secure a knowledge of biological and physical sciences. 2. To assist in the mastery of tools for scientific study. 3. To promote clear, incisive thought and definition study. 4. To control experimentation. 4. To impart knowledge which will aid the student and their entry into graduate and professional schools if interest so directs. 6. To train prospective secondary teachers. Dr. Joseph L. Knuckles, Coordinator Miss Virginia A. Di: Valeria P. Fleming Dr. Pinapaka Munthy Dr. Flovd P. Waddle Area of Chemistry Dr. Lee M. Kleiss, Coordinator Mr. Robert H. Higgins The objectives of the Area of Chemistry are as follows: 1. To secure a knowledge of biological and physical sciences. 2. To assist in the mastery of tools for scientific study. 3. To promote clear, incisive thought and definition study. 4. To control experimentation. ■ ' ). To impart knowledge which will aid the student. Area of Physics Mr. Richard P. Robinson, Coordinator Mrs. Cvnthia B. Huff The objectives of the Area of Physics are as follows: 1. To secure a knowledge of biological and physical sciences. 2. To assist in the mastery of tools for scientific study. 3. To promote clear, incisive thought and definition study. 4. To control experimentation. 5. To impart knowledge which will aid the student. Area of Mathematics The objectives of the Area of Mathematics are as follows; 1 . To strengthen students in the basic concepts of quantitative thinking and expression in our present social order. 2. To aid students in utilization of basic skills as they are related to other quantitative and qualitative subjects. 3. To prepare students to teach science and mathematics in secondary schools and to pursue graduate study. 4 To prepare students to teach science and mathematics in secondary schools and to pursue graduate study. 4. To prepare those students whose abilities lead to non-teaching endeavors with the necessary background for proficiency in their chosen field. 5. To send out graduates distinguished by their ability to make critical and independent judgements. 6. To graduate young people who will enhance the teaching profession with the works of their reason and imagination, and by their will to challenge any threat to the freedom and dignity of man. Mr. Charles Fredericksen Dr. Manjit S. Jawa Area of Geography The objectives of the Area of Geography are threefold: 1. To develop understanding of the physical and cultural aspects of the earth in relation to man ' s economic, political, ecological and social endeavors. 2. To broaden the background of students of other fields by offering service and elective courses and by participating in iterdisciplinary activities of the University. 3. To interest students in and to prepare students for advanced studies and careers in Geography. Dr. Dennis Nathaniel, Coordinatur Social Science Dr. Rodney Burrows. Chairperson Through its various programs, the Department strives to achieve the following objectives: 1. To challenge student interest through the broadest curriculum possible. 2. Todevelopunderstandingof the nature ofhistory and of the historian ' s task, and of the nature and functions of government and political science. 3. To promote an attitude of serious intellectual inquiry. 4. To prepare future historians and political scientists, as well as candidates for teaching and other professions who are proficient in critical analysis and who possess a sure grasp of theory and fac- tual data. Dr. Percy Murray. Coordinator Area of History Area of Political Science Dr. Shia-ling Lu Coordinator Dr. Thomas D. Wu The Area of History and Political Science supports the mission of the University offering various major and minor academic programs, as well as through appropriate service courses, library development and community services. 1. Develop an attitude of serious intellectual inquiry. 2. Develop a critical understanding of the nature of history, the nature and func- tions of political systems, and be able to define his own role as a member of a pluralistic society. 3. Acquire the skills and knowledge essential to the historian and the political scien- tist. 4. Develop the abilities of critical thinking and acquire analytical skills. 5. Be prepared for research and advanced professional study in history and political science. Dr. Hubert Doub, Coordinator Area of Sociology The objectives of the department adhere to the aims and objectives of Fayetteville State University and its student population. Preparation of students for a future Hfe of quality is a preoccupation of satisfaction. Specifically, its objectives are: 1. To acquaint students with the development of human society through a study of the sociological, historical, economic, political, and geographical (including human and physical) factors which shape society. 2. To prepare students for the teaching of the social sciences in the secondary schools. 3. To prepare students for graduate work and related professional training. 4. To meet the needs of students who are interested in careers in government service, labor relations, social work, industrial relations, pre-law, college teaching, research, law enforcement, criminal justice systems, and kindred careers. 5. To acquaint the student with some of the basic tools and methods of the sociologist. Dr. Irving Cheroff Mrs. Brenda Hoke Mr. John Stokes Area of Psychology The objectives of the department are closely aligned to the aims and objectives of Fayetteville State University. Therefore, the department is dedicated to the attainment of ex- cellence through instructional programs focusing on the differences of the individual student. The specific department objectives are: 1. To provide the student with an understanding of the principles of human behavior and of alternative viewpoints in the study of psychology. 2. To introduce the student to the methods and principles of scientific research, 3. To develop the student ' s ability to critically evaluate research findings in psychology and in other areas of science, through an appreciation of the multiple determination of events. 4. To prepare the student for employment which requires or will benefit from a background in psychology. 5. To prepare the student for graduate study in psychology and related fields. EDUCATION HUMAN DEVELOPMENT Dr. Ruth Greene. Coordinator Dr. Curtis Bryan, Chairperson The Education and Human Development is committed to striving for attainment of ex- cellence; therefore, the instructional program focuses on the uniqueness of the individual. The division ' s basic purposes grow out of its expressed philosophy. Within this philosophical framework, the total development of each individual is viewed as a means of helping each student to develop those competencies, skills and behavior which are germane to providing quality leadership at the elementary and secondary levels. AREA OF EDUCATION The objectives of the Area of Education are: 1. To develop knowledge and appreciation of the history and philosophy underlying the development of the educational system. 2. To develop knowledge of the sociological and psychological factors which influence the learning process. .3. To develop knowledge of child development as it relates to the total educational experiences. 4. To develop knowledge of skills and competencies required for effective teaching in the chosen field. .5. To develop competency in evaluating the results of teaching and learning. 6. To develop an appreciation of teaching as a profession. Mr. C.I. Brown Dr. C.C. Cleetwood Dr. Minnie Forte Dr. Maurice B. Hayes Mrs. Rosa D. Lyons Dr. Walter T. Pace Dr. Clarence White Mrs. Laveeda Jackson Mrs. Joslyn Ford, Coordinator AREA OF HEALTH, PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND RECREATION The Area of Health, Physical Education and Recreation has the following objec- tives: 1. To provide experiences which will aid the student in developing and maintaining good physical and mental health. 2. To provide opportunities for participation in wholesome recreation activities. 3. To provide technical training in health and physical education for those persons interested in teaching and physical education on the secondary school level. 4. To provide training for those persons interested in directing programs for com- munity recreation, boys ' and girls ' club work, camping, recreation areas of in- dustrial concerns and other such agencies, and coaching. Mr. Sherman Brooks Dr. Roosevelt Holmes Mr. Raymond McDougl: Mr. Page Saunders Mr. Harold Scott Ms. Maceo Smith Dr. Grace Black. Chairperson BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS The Division of Business and Economics has as its purpose to provide a viable, resilient education for those who will ultimately serve in responsible administrative and professional positions in the business world at large. The technological advances and automation have necessitated new requisites and educational trends in the curriculum. The division is aware of the professional, ethical, and social demands upon those who perform in business; and thus it strives to provide competent in- struction and concerned guidance. AREA OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION ECONOMICS Mr. Yong Kim, Coordinator The Area of Business Administration and Economics has as its objectives the following: i 1 . To awaken in students the desire to master the techniques, specialized skills, and managerial ability that will enable them to function efficiently as professionals, either as workers or entrepreneurs. | 2. To provide the educational background necessary for those who wish to pursue graduate or advanced study in the broad field of business and economics. 3. To stimulate research activity among students through class assignments which develop their analytical skills and refine research methodology. The use of computer science in research is encouraged 4. To provide in students an awareness of the responsibilities of good citizenship which entails active and concerned participation in community projects such as seminars, workshops, clinics, symposiums, and technical service. Mr. Israel W. Rwejuna Mr. Paul Smith AREA OF BUSINESS EDUCATION OFFICE ADMINISTRATION The Area of Business Education and Office Administration places emphasis on the following objectives: 1. To develop in students the techniques and professional skills necessary for success in varied business pursuits. 2. To develop an understanding of the basic principles of business and commercial life. 3. To develop within the student an appreciation of the importance and functionsof business in our modern society and in relationship to our national economy. 4. To prepare students for positions of leadership and responsibility in the areas of teaching, business, government, and industry. . . To provide the foundation that will enable and encourage students to pursue graduate study and continuing education activities. Dr. Jeanne Lewis Mrs. Beulah Monroe Ms. Carrie Stokes C;lVvv l V ggH Dr. Annette Billie, Chairperson Dr. Doris Brightharp, Coordinator GENERAL STUDIES The objectives for the General Studies Division are to provide a sound and basic academic program from students of varied levels of achievement and at the same time provide a stimulating academic environment which will engender positive self-concepts necessary for optimum success in the chosen major. After com- pleting the general core of courses, students will be able to; 1. Demonstrate that they have acquired skill in the art of logical, relative and creative thinking; 2. Evidence the fundamental skills of effective communication through oral and written methods; 3. Demonstrate that they have mastered techniques of acquiring and utilizing knowledge; 4. Show concrete evidence of acceptance of the responsibilities and privileges of citizenship in the communi- tv and national affairs; 5. Analyze and choose courses of action which will contribute to the solution of problems; 6. Demonstrate a knowledge of intellectual and aesthetic accomplishments in both environmental and cultural expressions which represent the world miUieu; 7. Demonstrate in the execution of their learning experiences, elements which depict positive self concepts, individual uniqueness, pride in one ' s cultural heritage, and knowledge of the university of men, regardless of age, race, creed or nationality; 8. Demonstrate acquisition of the fundamental concepts of knowledge of the general core courses. AEROSPACE STUDIES The objectives of the Department of Aerospace Studies are as follows; 1. To recruit, train and produce a highly qualified air force officer capable of performing effectively in his assigned air force specialty. 2. To provide a curriculum which is dynamic and responsive to the educational requirements of the air force junior officer and which will achieve similar results for both the two-year and four-year students. 3. To provide relevant pre-professional preparation for future air force officers in their freshman and sophomore years. 4. To provide relevant pre-professional preparation for future air force officers pursuing the professional of- ficers ' course. 5. To stimulate the optimum development of military leadership among students through meaningful ex- perience provided within a functional context. 6. To provide practical indoctrination in flight operations and to motivate students to pursue a flying career. Lt. Col. Fernando Alexander, Chairperson Capt. Nataniel Black, Coordinator Major Donald W. Caughlin o " 1979 yy mnsHH SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS The past four years has been a time of great success and accomplishments. As we review in retrospect each member of the class has gained more awareness of the cold, cold world he or she must face. Vernon J. Bryant, Senior Class President Phillip Galling Sergeant of Arms James Locklear S.G.A. Representative Advisor: Irving Veazie George I. Addison HI Frederick L. Applewhite Samuel E. Arthur II CvTithia G. Autr ' Shelia E. Averv Lorenza Baker William L. Baker Sif « Tonv A. Baldwin Gray R. Battle Jacqueline D. Battle Malzeaner A. Becton w W ft iff ' W Brenda L. Bond Brenda Boykin James Braswell Geraldine Brin Early ChUdhoc Cancer Anthony Brown Music Educatio] Scorpio : jy Duane Bryant " ' sical E ducation Andra S. Brewington Michael K. Briggs Trish J. Brimage Geraldine Brinson Evelyn W. Broom Anthony Brown Sylvia D. Brown Gregory D. Bryant S Levonda Brvant Vernon J. Bryant Debra Carroll Bernard Cameron tfi fV Willette Campbell Anita O. Cantrell Thurman F. Charleston Andrea B. Chavis r Sandra L. Cochran Lavern Coley Thelma M. Cole Brenda Colvin 9 John D. Colvin Clifford A. Cooper Mary E. Cooper Reginald Cooper Cynthia Council Norma J, Crummy Sherie D. Cumminps Robin D. David Douglas N. Davis Edward D. Davis Helen M. Davis cia J. Dickens ' Childhood Education ette Dozier » mediate Educatio ea L. Dunlap iical Education 1 Kay Etheridge y Childhood Education y Ann Ethridge Iv Childhood Eduf« dy Annette Ethridge ' ' - ' ildhood Education Patricia J. Dickens Lynnette Dozier Althea L. Dunlap ' fl e! W Jean K. Etheridge Lucy A. Ethridge Mandy A. Ethridge Alonza Epps f Evelyn Y. Faison Treva E. Farme Victor Fedorov Natalie Fleming Lomax V. Fonville Helen D. Ford Peggy Fordham Sandra M. Futrell Fave K. Gabriel Randolph L. Gaither Cvnthia D. Garrison Phillip G. Catling Leila A. Goodman Saundra Gore Emzie R. Gradv Jenethel A. Grant Lorenzo D. Gravs Diana K. Hargrove Doris L. Harrington miBm mas Beverly T. Heaggans Jacqueline D. Herring Marian B. Herring Rosalind Hinnant James M. Holland Carl E. Hopper Linda Horton Callie D. Howard Tydus L. Huddleston Karen D. Huntley Marilyn B. Hvma Margie Hyman Gwendolyn Jackson Jacqueline Jackson Marv L. James Eric C. R. Johnson Hazel D. Johnson .sl fll James E. Johnson Jeffrey Johnson Winfred L. Johnson Marzella Jones Beverly Joyner Donald R. Kilpatrick Walter T. Kennv, Jr. Cliff King. Jr. Dewi ' t King Harriet King George E. Larkin. Jr. Iph Chris Lawre less Adtninistrati rd E. Leggette nediate Educatici an Louise Lowery - " - dministrati- Rudolph C. Lawrence Edward E. Leggette Carolyn M. Lewis Katherine M. Lewis Earnestine Little Harold W. Little James P. Locklear Marion L. Lowery Ralph P. Lucas Melvin F. Mason ' ¥ Fred B. McAllister Atha B. McArthur James L. McCuller Rufus L. McDonald -: " - !fe» Clara M. Mcintosh Louis F. Mclntvre Priscilla R. McKeithen Cathy D. McLaurin Alfonso McMill Glorietta P. McNair Deborah E. McNeill Ervin W. McQueen Phyllis C. Meredith Glendora Miller Charles E. Mooney Armental P. Moore Carolyn A. Moore Shirley F. Moore wammi ' TORY I Denise Moore Ang ela Li Earl Elizabeth Morris istory Political Science Sagittarius Chi Business Admi Scorpio JoAnne Muldrow Childhood Education Lillie Elizabeth ( Business Administration Pisces Sampson L. Partridge Psychology Aquarius Lelia B. Murph Beverly Rose Patrick Early Childhood Education Virgo Lee Murrell ess Administration Elouise Payton Biology Cancer t William Neely ess Administration Janice Pearson Intermediate Education Libra lia V. Newsome cal Education Nancy Yvonne Perkins Early Childhood Education Sagittarius Yvonne D. Moore Janet E. Morris vicki J. Muldrow Paul J. Murphy .-■f« Bmi . .iieflH m " " r ' Lelia B. Murph David L. Murrell Albert W. Neely Angelia V. Newsome Beverly R. Patrick Elouise Payton Janice Pearson Nancv Y. Perkii Shirley J. Pickett C heron D. Pierce Alice D. Pope Patricia A. Posto Catrina F. Preston Pamela R. Quinn James A. Ray Connie Reynolds Jamice M. Phone Nora G. Richards George M. Richardson Jacqueline Richardson Kim E. Richey Julius D. Robinson Manuel W. Ruckert ' TORY tta Scott rmediate Education ttarius uy I. Searcy iness Administration Scorpio Karen M. Shelly Mathematics Capricorn ate Education s Edward Sinclair ical Science ia Deweese Small ' - " -te Education star L. Smith iness Administration =se P. Smith — " Education Kirby I. Searcy Karen M. Shelby Violetta Simmons . !»Vigj James E. Sinclair Denise P. Smith Kathleen L. Smith Michael R. Smith Andre Springs Madie M. Stallings Allen J. Stevens Juanita H. Strait Elouise D. Tate Margaret Tatu Marshall W. Tha Denair R. Thomas Elaine B. Thomas Veronica R, Thompson Sandra E. Walden Daisy F. Walker Micheal Walker Vonnie L. Walker Andrew M. Walters Dwight K. Washington Martha Washington Willie R. Washingto Sharon Y. Watson ;icia C . Whitehead y Childhood Education Frances B. White • ' Early Childhood EducaS Gemini Dennis Layne Williams Psychology Sagittarius Edwin Anthony Williams Sociology Sagittarius Gloria J. Williams History Scorpio Lessie Williams Intermediate Education Virgo Linda LaVem Williams Early Childhood Education Pisces Teressa A. Willie Early Childhood Education Virgo Patricia C. Whitehead Frances B. White Dennis L. Williams Edwin A. Williams Gloria J. Williams Lessie Williams Linda LaVern Williams Teressa A. Willie Hazel Wimbush Hilda M. Woods Curtis Worthy Gregory Wright Darlene Y. John Velma Wright Sandra L. Wiggins COMMENCEMENT SPEAKER GRADUATION MESSAGE Dr. Samuel D. Proctor, FSU commencement speaker, told the 450 receiving degrees from the predominantly black in- stitution they were among the first generation since the U.S. Supreme Court ' s landmark Brown vs. Board of Education ruling, and he urged the graduates to take advantage of the 1954 decision. " The consequences of Brown on our society and culture have been enormous, " said Proctor, professor of education at Rutgers University and pastor of New York City ' s Abyssinian Baptist Church. " We stand on the threshold of something great. We have just begun to understand what it means to have an educational system that removes the disparities, " Proctor said. Proctor, a graduate of Virginia Union University who earned his doctorate from Boston University and returned to become Virginia Union ' s president, drew frequent applause as he spoke of his own struggles against bias and inequality in a segregated society while a youth. Proctor spoke to a Cumberland County Memorial Arena audience of thousands. At the FSU commencement Sunday, Proctor characterized the " struggle of the black people for dignity after slavery " as unlike any other struggle in Western civilization. " It was an unprecedented circumstance. Nowhere else had four million people been emancipated and then decided to remain on the same land to cast their lot with their enslavers, " he said. Critics of integrated education who think the disparities between the races are too great to overcome mistakenly point to standardized achievement testing to support their view. Proctor said. " I think we put too much emphasis on the way we measure academic and intellectual development. " " These tests do not measure what a person can learn, they measure what exposure a person has had and they reflect the kind of cultural and economic background we come from, " he said. He called for development of a " real sense of justice " in higher education and all segments of society. The Fayetteville Times May 7, 1979 mi GRAD UA TION CEREMONIES First Row: Ltc. Alexander swears Commissionees into the United States Air Force as Second Lieutenants. Second and third row: Pinning Ceremony and award of Commissioning Document by Chancellor Lyons. FAYETTEVILLIAN STAFF IW. Rosemar ' Byrd Layouts and typist Charlene Coleman Acting Editor-in-Chief Dennis Milliard Photography and Layouts Ronald Spicer Photography Irving Veazie Advisor Rosemary Byrd Dennis Milliard Ronald Spicer Appreciation Mr. John Henderson for participating in the Yearbook Workshop held in September for his photograph instructions to participants. Mr. Robert Lawson, Sales Representative, who took all the class pictures. All other untold persons who contributed their support to the yearbook. Charlene Coleman who continued to work with the yearbook after other members of the staff found that they were to busy with other endeavors to continue the hard work that is necessary in media production. Katie Johnson who helped diligently with the senior class pictures. We need your help ... Those who are dedicated learners and have media production skills are invited to see the Editor-in-Chief of the Fayettevillian. RESERVE BOOK For Reference rP( ox to be taken from this room 1 This reserve book is NOT trans- ferable and must NOT be taken from tfie library except when charged out for overnight use. You are responsible for the re- turn of this book. DATE NAME 1- Ht .V A T fi ' A 1 !

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