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SNi l Library Florida Memorfall CoHa n 15800 N.W„42wdAya. Miami Ha 33054. , ;ff_ Ml it L v! ' C Av 75 fr l student body ON SALE My Fellow Colleagues, It is with the highest esteem that I have had the opportunity to serve as your S.G.A. President for this academic year. I can truly say that it has not been easy trying to bring about some positive changes as well as being able to satisfy you at the same time. Serving in this capacity requires that one gives 100% support in the upbuilding of this institution. As we reflect through these pages of time, at our laughter and our tears, our smiles and our cheers, we can say we have come this far by faith. If you can recall the platform that I based my campaign on, you should note that my mission has been accom- plished. We now have our tennis courts, we have ventilation in the dormitories, more campus activities, a very successful Homecoming with a nationaly known entertaining group. I hope that you have enjoyed these con- veniencies as well as the entertainers. As I close I would like you to know that we will lift our hearts and spirits to Dear old FMC where as we will be able to keep the dreams alive of our founding fathers and mothers of this our insti tutions. To carry out the mission of FMC and that is Academic Excellance, I bid to each of you a very successful future as we here at FMC enter our 2nd century of Educating Black Minds. Remember a mind is a terrible thing to waste. Striving together to make things better. Thanks to all of you for your support and to the SGA Cabinet thank- you. Wendell Carder SGA President Library Florida Memorial CoHage 15800 N. W. 42nd Ave, Miarai, Fla. 33054 Greetings to my fellow constituents, There is so much to be said about the 1979-80 academic school year here at Florida Memorial College. It is heartwarming and inspirational to me to see the way we the students exemplify and live out the Lion ' s creed. I can sincerely say, that by being a part of the Florida Memorial College family, I have gained tremendous knowledge and experience that will help me be proficient in my life ' s endeavors. Having been involved with the Student Government Association for the last three years, I have been privileged to serve you the student body as your Vice-President for 1979-80. I know that some may feel that the SGA was not up to par, however, we did put forth our best efforts and an objective student would realize that fact. To all those persons who contributed to the successful funtioning of the SGA during the academic year, I ex- tend to you my deepest and warmest thanks. Special recognition must go to our President, Dr. Willie C. Robinson, Dr. Dudley O. Cawley, Dean of Student Affairs, to our advisors, Mrs. Warren and Dr. Arenas and to many others. As we continue to have many more successful years, I encourage all, the administration, faculty, staff, and you the student body to think positive toward our institution. As students we can greatly aid our institution by becoming united and joining forces with faculty and staff in supporting the efforts of our administration and vice versa for the administration. Let us be as one. Sharon Y. Singleton Vice-President SGA PAST QUEENS . ■ ■. ■ 52LiZ-9k- $£ LEFT: First Runner-Up RIGHT: Miss FMC Miss FMC 1979-80 I have enjoyed resiging as your queen for the 1979-80 academic year. The joy and experience that I have received has been nortorious and I shall re- member this year always. To you, I salute! I could not have done it without you. God bless each and everyone of you in the years to come! Love to you all, Pamela Clark Linda Brighthoup, Avis Lawrence, Pamela Clark, Rhonda Hammond, and Gail Hill. Ms. FMC and Court Ms. FMC and Queens REGISTRATION STUDENT LIFE Miss Senior— Brencla Harrol TWAUraUMKj " " " l ¥ 1 £ Avis Lawrence— Coronation Miss Junior— Avis Lawrence Khonda Hammond Coronation 10 Miss Sophomore— Gail Hill Linda Brighthoup — Coronation Gail Hill-Coronation Miss Freshman — Linda Brighthoup 11 ON THE MOVE ' " • ' „ 72 13 BEGINNING TO 14 THE END 15 SITES AT ST. AUGUSTINE. Ss. . 16 Table of Contents Dedication 1 Introduction 2-16 Seniors 18-24 Juniors .. 25-30 Sophomores ♦. 31-35 Freshmen .... 36-44 Bilingual Program 45-50 Queens .». . 51-54 Greeks m .. 55-73 Organization fb» 74-84 Administration 85-93 Faculty 94-99 Activities , . L 100-110 Sports ' 111-118 Jokes I. 119-123 Committee on Cultural Arts 124-125 Homecoming 126-127 Last Look . 128-130 Publications .. ff .131-135 [emorium 136 Abraha, Negasi S. Adegbite, Benjamin O. Afolabi, Oluwoie F. Alatishe, Maroof A. Allen, Marv J. Angram, Roslyn B. Anido, Mercedes C. Appah, Mungo I. Arefaine, Abraham Bell, Lorenzo V. Beraki, Tzehai G. Blair, Sarah E. Brown, Cornellious D. Clissent, May G. Coker, Kehinde O. Compain, Caridad L. Cornide Sr., Jose M. Cue, Idella M. Desue, Martha J. Gibrill, Hasbin F. Godwin, Felton G. Gonzalez, Yvelice Gordon, Carol D. Harp, Naomi M. Hudson, Olivia J. Hugh, Claude I. Johnson, Victoria V. Jordan, Jeanette D. Lawrence, Jeanarvise Legister, Jean H. Macauley, Wilfred A. Martin, Clara L. Martin, Dolores A. McFall, Georgia Odum, Mary V. Odusanya, Basil M. Onyimachukwu, Sylvanus N. Osolase, Andrew U. Phinazee, Betty S. Robinson, Cheryl Y. Russell, Edmund M. Saleh, Ahmed S. Salium, Tajudeen K. Shore, Ray C. Stubbs, Francene D. Toney, Kenneth T. Turner, Rhonda S. Wade, Bruce H. Walters, David G.A. Ward, Eugene S. Wardell, Mary A. Wilcox, Isaac J. Williams, Loretta Allen, Mary Miami, Fla. Afolabi, Anthony Lagos, Nigeria Austin, Anita " Nita " — Aries Pahokee, Fla. Urban Services Angram, Roslyn " Elaine " — Aquarius Pahokee, Fla. Urban Services Alatishe, Maroot " Michael " — Capricorn Lagos, Nigeria Business Admin. Blair, Sara ' Cookie " — Libra Miami, Fla. Business Admin. 19 Godwin, Felton " Bear " — Libra Belle Glade, Fla. Business Admin. Clyde, Sharron " Chea, Chea " — Scorpio Nassau, Bahamas English Education Guyton, Priscilla Belle Glade, Fla. Delta Sigma Theta Sor. Gordon, Carole Saggitarius St. Petersburgh, Fla. Health Physical Educ. Coker, Kehinde Nigeria Accounting Hardy, Patricia " Patty " — Cancer Hallandal, Fla. Urban Services 20 Kigo, Graham " Bill " -Virgo Naikobi, Kenya Business Admin. Heyliger, Yvette " Cute-Tip " — Capricorn St. Thomas, V.I. Public Admin. English Moore, Mary A. ' Sweet Black " — Scorpio Pahokee, Fla. Urban Services Joseph, Claude " Chicago " Chicago, Illinois Physical Education Ibbe, Emillia " Chinyere " — Libra Owerri, Nigeria Biology Macauley, Wilfred " Marco Polo " — Leo Sierra Leone, Freetown Business Admin. 21 Poindexter, Lynn " Sweet Sin " — Scorpio Staten Island, N.Y. Urban Services Morey, Naom " Na " — Pisces Greenville, Miss. Elementary Ed. Robinson, Cheryl Leedsburg, Fla. Secondary Education Mathematics Powell III, William " Bill " West Palm Beach, Fla. Public Admin. Morin, Carol Cancer Nigeria Accounting Rivera, Elvira Cuba English 22 Williams, Loretta Taurus Palm Beach Accounting Russell, Edmund Aries Freeport, Bahamas Accounting Ibiebele, Nicholas " Papa Nick " — Libra Nigeria Business Admin. Woodruff, Luther " Woody " — Capricorn Thomasville, Ga. Business Siplin, Rhoda Tampa, Florida Education library Florida Memorial College 15800 N.W. 42nd A a Miami, Flo. 33054 Nangibo, Victoria Nigeria Business Mang. 23 Negasi, Abraha Business Admin. 24 « !S BrommeU, Engalue Miami, Fla. Buchanan, John Chicago, 111. Callins, William G. Plant City, Fla. l Carder, Wendell B. Cocoa, Fla. Carter, Victor M. Palm Beach, Fla. Clark, Dwayne Plant City, Fla. Clyde, Cornelius Nassau, Bahamas Cunningham, Bobby Winston Salem, N.C. Derico, Linda Pompano, Fla. 26 Githuka, Joseph Nakuru, Africa Goodridge, Vanroy N. Barbados, W.I. Hammond, Rhonda T. Lakeland, Fla. I Harold, Brenda Jacksonville, Fla. n Holloman, Pat Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Houze, Gwendolyn Mobile, Ala. Ingraham, Pauline Nassau, Bahamas Jackson, John Miami, Fla. Jenkins, Eddie Jr. West Palm Be, Fla. 27 miwssis Johnson, Lloyd F. Miami, Fla. Johnson, Lowell F. Miami, Fla. Jones, Wendolyn Eustis, Fla. Jordon, Lawrence Sarasota, Fla. Karanja, John Kenya, Africa Kennedy, Thomas Winston Salem, N.C. -€J Lawrence, Avis Callahan, Fla. Long, John McRae, Jacqueline Trilby, Fla. 2H Mitchell, Marty Cocoa Be, Fla. Mungai, James Kenya, Africa Philpot, James Miami, Fla. Pitts, Allen Miami, Fla. Richburg, Wilburt Chicago, 111. Roberts, Rosemary Melbourne, Fla. Sears, Cyndy Singleton, Sharon Rivera Beach, Fla. 29 Thomas, Robert Plant City, Fla. Vaughn, Pat Walker, Michele Lakeland, Fla. White, Darrell S. Bronx, N.Y. Williams, Jacquelyn St. Petersburg, Fla. Williams, Katherine Miami, Fla. Williams, Kevin R. Chicago, 111. Willis, Keith Lakeland, Fla. Wood, Denise Oakhill, Fla. 30 Adams, Jeri Lake Wales, Fla. Batler, David Bronx, N.Y. Brown, Keith New Orleans, L.A. Burch, Vanessa Miami, Fla. Campbell, Erma Clearwater, Fla. Cook, Zelda Dayton, Fla. Crumbley, Gregory Lakeland, Fla. Davis, Patricia Clewiston, Fla. Evans, Vandelia St. Thomas, V.I. 1 Foster, Terri New York City, N.Y. Freeman, Joe Pahokee, Fla. Freeman, Venita Durham, N.C. 32 Fugua, Leonard Chicago, III. Merrick, Teresa Oak Hill, Fla. 33 Munnings, Tony Nassau, Bahamas Smith, Rommy Immokalee, Fla. 34 Smith, Sylvia St. Thomas, V.I. Solomon Jr., Robert Washington, D.C. Taboada, Esteban Miami, Fla. Wallace, Rhonda Miami, Fla. Wilson, Tyrone Chicago, 111. J M 35 FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS Left to Right: Clarence Eldrige, Martin Edmond, Barbara Francis, Kenneth Anderson, Linda Brighthaupe, Henry Porter, Benny Ross 37 Alev.j, Stanley New O leans, La. Arenas, Gilbert Tampa, Fla. Bonner, Robert Pa., Penn. Brighthaupe, Linda Washington, D.C. Brunson, Aaron New York City, N.Y. Carter, Charles Miami, Fla. Eldrige, Clarence Deland, Fla. Ellis, Mario Rep. of Panama 38 Farley, Toney St. Louis, Mis. Fisher, Angie Plant City, Fla. Flint, Johnester West Palm Beach Frank, Hazel St. Croix, V.I. Freeman, Wilbert Sanbernardino, Calf. Frett, Laurel St. Thomas, V.I. Glover, George Houston, Texas Goodwin, Deirdrey Cola, S.C. 39 Green, Reginald Sarasota, Fla. Hook, Sean Phila., Pa. 4 . i J Horton, Kathy Miami, Fla. Jackson Jr., Henry Sarasota, Fla. Jenkins Jr, Eddie Trenton, N.J. Jenkins, Troy Phila., Pa. Johnson, Kenneth Chicago, 111. Johnson, Lessie Miami, Fla. 40 Jones, Jerry Vero Beach, Fla. Joyner, Benjamin Suffolk, Va. Kirkland, Jerry Orlando, Fla. Lowe, Regina Panama Lester, Rachel Miami, Fla. Lewis Jr., Richard Phila., Pa. Lilly, Eric St. Louis, Mis. Lockhart, Gregory Miami, Fla. Mincey, Sylvester Orlando, Fla. 41 McBride, Cherrita Orange City, Fla. Mitchell, Kenneth Sarasota, Fla. Mixon, Lorine Selma, Ala. Nelson Jr., John Philadelphia, Perm. Nettles, Foster Philadelphia, Penn. Newsome, Tina Chicago, III. Oduenyi, Gabrie Nigeria Ogebedober, Akpouvie Nigeria Parrish, James Suffolk, Va. Pittman, Nelvis New Orleans, La. Rivera, Gregory Miami, Fla. Robins, Melissa Bimini, Bahamas Ross, Bennie Lakeland, Fla. Russell, Angelita Winter Gardens, Fla. Scott, Angelo Suffolk, Va. r ■P - r I 7 • 1 •«., t M [ ' ■ 1 WM i y 42 Scott, Hayes Washington, D.C. Shields, David Campbellsville, Ky. Simmon, Joyce Miami, Fla. Simmons, Clyde Virginia Small, Robert Texas Smith, Karen Kingston, Jamacia Ward, Margaret Anderson, Ind. Warren, Deborah St. Petersburgh, Fla. Williams, Hallie Washington, D.C. Smith, Lynne Miami, Fla. Tate, Clyde Hopewell, Va. Stewart, Sonya Yulee, Fla. ■ WW! M 43 William, Kerry New Orleans, La. Young, Rachel Miami, Fla. 44 BILINGUAL PROGRAM 45 Alverio, Raphael Anido, Mercedes Aracelis, Martinez Armando, Cranda Atanes, Bert a Barrios, Haydee Belnis, Fuentes Bobadilla, Silvia Castaneda, Imelda Chavez, Miriam Compain, Caridad Sr. Cornide, Jose r p M± Cotes, Ivonne Diaz, Disna Eckardt, Jorge 46 Egusquiza, Luis Esteva, Carmen Fernandez, George Fernandez, Jose Fernandez, Maria Fernandez, Mari Figueroa, Sorhida Forteza, Ursula Friger, Osualdo 7 Fuentes, Vialis Garcia, Hector Ginart, Lazardo Gomez, Herminia Gomez, Jose Gonzalez, Juan 47 Gonzalez, Yveliee Gonzalez-Rubio, Carlos Guzman, Francisco La Fe, Olga de La Fe, Pedro de Lastres, Esther Leon, Guillermo Lima, Mercedes Lima, Orestes o Martin, Clara Martin, Margarita Martinez, Fernando ■Hi Maribona, Lourdes Pazi, Meria Perez, Juan 48 Perez, Manuel Pradas, Julio Quintero, Rolando Quintero, Zoila Rivera, Elvira Roca, Vivian Rodrigvez, Sonia Rojas, Francisco Romero, Dora ( . r Romero, Humberto Sanchez, Nora Saurez, Juan Saurez-Raster, Rodrigo Tamayo, Marta Tellez, Noris I " J.» Vi h. M 49 IhH 4I|mI r ■ Hi Vicaria, Maria Zarabozo, Maria Zenaldo, Valdes Valdes-Veiga, Jesus Varela, Alicia Vargas, Imelda Vargas, Jesus Vevlens, Eduardo Vevlens, Nery 50 QUEENS 51 QUEENS Miss Vet, Angelita Russell Miss Physical Ed., Belinda Raynor Miss S.G.A., Gwendolyn Houze Miss Sigma Gamma Rho, Mary Allen 52 Miss Gamma Sigma Sigma, Patricia Vaughn Miss Kappa Alpha Psi, Linda Derico I Miss Panhelinic Council, Carol Gordon Miss Zeta Phi Beta, Engalue Bromell 53 Miss Players Guild, Wendolyn Jones Miss Cultural Arts, Clarenda Newbold Miss Alpha Phi Omega, Emily Bell Miss Phi Nu Pi, Darrell Boyington Miss Voters League Sharon Singleton 54 55 THE PANHELLENIC COUNCIL L-R: Dan Page, Brenda Jefferson, Spencer Adams, Valerie Baker, Rajan Joyner, Tammie Hamm, Keith Willis, Cheryl Franks, John L. Bu- chanan, and Rhonda Hammond. Not pictured, Darrell S. White 56 57 ALPHA PHI ALPHA FRATERNITY INC. f J William Powell III— President i fc Dr. Clarence Cryer, James R. Williams, General National President of Alpha Phi Alpha Fra- ternity Inc., John L. Buchanan and Darrell S. White Dr. Willie C. Robinson President, FMC 5ft There Goes An Alpha Man There goes a man of high impulse Of princely mien and gtace There goes a man of humble faith A credit to his race There goes a man of conscience vast with will to reach his goal There goes a man of lordly rank Of heroes ' stock and soul- There goes a man of noble caste Whom hardship cannot break There goes a man in merit clad Whom duty won ' t forsake There goes a man in cultured who holds a sportsman ' s creed There goes a man too vigilant To bow to lust or greed There goes a man whose life is spent in service not in scorn There goes a man whose majesty Shines like a May time There goes a man who is a friend To love and duty truth There goes a man to help uplift The lives of wholesome youth There goes a man with industry and faith at his command. There goes the best man in and out For he is an Alpha Man. 59 ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA SORORITY INC. ■hJHJ ' li ■■ — — J " " . 1 11 % n! ► 1 1 m %m ,IIBP liil iili! %X fate ■ m m, £mt ' ' ' : — ' —- " 1 j j, ' : V. ' ' H,.. • s a Tammie Hamm— Basileus 60 61 DELTA SIGMA THETA SORORITY INC. Brenda Jefferson President 62 63 KAPPA ALPHA PSI FRATERNITY INC Daniel Page-President i mm 64 ■■: 7 ■ . ' 65 SIGMA GAMMA RHO SORORITY INC. Roberta Habersham— President Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority was organized on November 12, 1922 by Mary Lou Gardner and six other School teachers— Dorothy Hanley Whiteside, Vivian White Marbury, Nannie Mae Cahn Johnson, Hattie Mae Dulin Reaford, Bessie Rhodes Mactin and Cabena McClure. The Sorority became an incorporated National Collegiate Sorority on December 30, 1929, when a charter was granted Alpha Chapter at Butler University Indianapolis, Indiana. Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority holds membership in the national Association for study of Negro History, and the National Council of Negro Women. Our motto is: " Greater Service Through Greater Progress " . 66 m 67 ZETA PHI BETA SORORITY INC. Brenda McClendon— President IM PHI BETA SIGMA FRATERNITY INC. Kieth Tony— President I 70 71 OMEGA PSI HI FRATERNITY INC. Paul Wiggins— President i 72 CAMPUS ORGANZATTONS • J r s y 74 Pre-Alumni Council The United Negro College Fund Earl Weathers— President Tammie Hamm— Vice-President William Pickney— Tres. and Bus. Man. Sharon Bradley-Sec, Miss UNCF Darrell White— Publicity Man. MEMBERS James Aarun John Buchanan Pamela Clark Rhonda Hammond Rhonda Tate William Powell Marian White A MIND IS A TERRIBLE THING TO WASTE ' 75 DRAMA CLUB-PLAYERS GUILD Joyce Raines— President WORLD SPIN FASHION BOARD Tfi Pamela Clark— President 77 CONCERT CHORALE Florida Memorial College 15800 N. W. 42nd Am Miami, Fla. 33054 Mr. Roosevelt Williams— Director % 78 Wi " 111 79 ALPHA PHI OMEGA SERVICE FRATERNITY Ricky Rogers— President Mr. Charles Dailey— Advisor 80 ■J Si Gamma Sigma Sigma Service Sorority Jean Ackerman— President Engalue Bromell Dora Gaines Gail Hill Avis Laurence Thersa Merrick Cecilia Robinson Elise Robinson Shawn Scott Patricia Vaughn Lorretta Williams Denise Woods Marilyn Allen THE HISTORY OF GAMMA SIGMA SIGMA SORORITY Gamma Sigma Sigma is a woman ' s service organization dedicated to instilling high ideals of service, friendship and equality to their fellow man. This sorority was started back in New York, in Jan., 1953. The sorority serves to develop friendship among women of all races and creeds. Members achieve these goals by working side by side. The sorority includes in its membership both social sorority members and non-members who are enrolled and in good standing with the college and who meet the requirements prescribed by the national sorority and by the local chapter. Through the sorority you will become a better citizen by learning to work in cooperation with women of all faiths and nationalities and by exchanging customs with women from all over the nation. Gamma Sigma Sigma was established at Florida Memorial College in April, 1972. 82 S.G.A.-CABINET Mrs. Patricia Warren— Advisor Dr. Chico Arenas— Asso. Adv. 83 0fKW K ' ' Bobby Cunningham Social Secretary Ray Charles Shore Attorney General Keith Willis Sub Director John T. Nelson Publications Manager George Williams Sports Director Paul Wiggins Sec. of Inter. Affairs 84 Administration— CABINET MEMBERS 85 86 that people learn most effectiveiy Wenthe learning bers of the Class of 1980 are to be congratulated because you the pursuit of your first academic degree. What are the learning needs of people in this world of constant individual ' s personal needs in other aspects of life. They may be e be psychologically suitable to achieve an understanding of ( They may be recreational; we all need something that will cerns. They may be to feel the joy of having mastered a skill around us. They may be to become a better citizen— or In the One Hundred Years of the College ' s existence within the walls than in the past four years, in particula nature has been so universally recognized and st ness for liberal arts education; education to be a Re year will find that a mass return to learning is ynde The Seniors who graduate this year will entJr a worse, will give you your real education in advised to continue learning in a deliberate The Administration and Faculty of Florida Me Negro College Fund, sponsoring Baptist Chu you will have the educational background, the are capable and eager to make the most of One finding is clear. At Florida Memorial with planning and guiding your own learnJ May God go with the Class of 1980 as yo Kave the $at this your various communities to begin your life ' s career ulation of this college assume specific learning needs. Mem- d in light of this assumption in ? They are mostly connected to the elated to coping with a job. They may and to find spiritual contentmej e our minds off our immediate e to further our knowledge of human being. a better time to receive an education for the existence of an institution of ., r years you spent here, a positive They may itenlmeniM diatj fl tl orld been in the air. You who ns of which are difficult to m 5 and responsibility which, ing. But in the meantime you ope with this rapidly changing w commend your parents and guar yourselves, the Members of the CI ; and facilities to continue to lea inity. Fou received any additional help andj .vr or well 1980 Jence :a eei Dr. Clarence Cryer Vice-President Dr. Barbara Ricks Academic Dean PHOTO NOT AVAILABLE 88 Dr. Dudley Cavvley Dean of Student Affairs Mr. Fred Jones Business Manager PHOTO NOT AVAILABLE PHOTO NOT AVAILABLE Burt Kruger Director of Development Roberto Barrigan Director of Financial Aid .90 ADMINISTRATION STAFF 91 ■ig Doris Carter, COOP Education John Crute, Dir. of Placement Services i f Helen Jones, Student Activity Director Helen Brooks, Nurse Henry Smith, Duo Resident Counselor i Walter Tremell, Chief of Security Marcia Bethel, Security Denise Vanterpool, Secretary 92 PHOTO NOT AVAILABLE Oliver Ayers, Maintenance Rose Coaxum, Student Services Edna Williams, Librarian PHOTO NOT AVAILABLE Lawrence Bestman, Director of Inst. Research rm Bernice Anderson, Prime Dorm Resident Counselor 93 Faculty 94 I 95 Josephine Ivey, Dir. of Special Programs Katherine Isaac, Upward Bound Special Programs Richard Lewis, Upward Bound Special Programs Elizibeth Ligon, TCCP Evelyn Gladnick, TCCP Helen Bergovoy, Gen. Studies Paul Wesolowski, Bus. Administration Chairperson Rosemary Lewis, Bus. Administration Frederic Dawson, Bus. Administration BILINGUAL PROGRAM Alzola, Concepcion Leiseea, Eduardo Bermudez, Icis Academic Counselor Cabezas, Rafael Garcia, Corina Lorenzo, Gladys C Marina, Carmen Director Cotton, Maria Financial Aid Gongora, Ada cfe Novoa, Hortensia Pomar, Armando Reyes, Saide Secretary Segurold, Romualdo 97 Arthur Evans, Education, Chairperson Elmo Sparks, Education Dorothy Mebane, Education Roosevelt William, Director of Music Willie Williams, Music, Chairperson Luis Varona, Music » I Darla Culmer, Science and Math H.K. Chaudhari, Science and Math, Chairperson Sherylynn Allen, Science and Math 98 I. Eva Hansen, Science and Math Sandra Thompson, Social Science ACTIVITIES MCC in Action JULIAN BOND 102 103 ACTIVITIES 104 105 106 107 JIMMY BO HORNE in CONCERT 108 Bahamian Day iwm 109 no SPORTS THE LION ' S BASEBALL " i v H The Team 112 in Action 113 MENS BASKETBALL 114 GO LIONS GO 115 WOMEN ' S BASKETBALL THE TEAM mi i 7 S -ZfJ 116 CHEERLEADERS 117 GET UP, GET DOWN •-• ■■- . mm 118 COMEDY TIME 119 SAY WHAT? •HHMHMHnHWHHHHHanHMMMB_____BHaMM| Scuba diving anyone? Who ' s foot is this? s% m| A Jaws Three!!! Sleep tight Lets dive for it 120 In a huddle Touch Down I What can I tell him What a Physique! Love is A peaceful day Happy Birthday! What ' s happening! Excellent meal 121 Boggie Down Lets Dance Feeding the Birds Fishing for Fish Time To Go Home 122 Ms. COVER GIRL- 1979-80 Pamela Clark 123 Committee on Cultural Arts A n d r u s B. G r a y s o n CULTURAL ARTS CREED We believe that beauty and music, art and light can be achieved through cultural expression. We believe in all kinds of music as a universal expression of humankind. We believe, also, in the power of dance as a way to enrich the cultural experiences of both the performers and the audience. We believe that the printed words of the poet can draw tears, give hope, bring joy to the hearts of the reader, and that in the hands of the artist the canvas and the palette or block of stone allow him to create a visual beauty for time immemorial. We further believe that the lives of students should be enriched in pro- portion to the number of opportunities made available for participating in cultural events. Lastly, we believe that cultural experiences lead to the improvement of the mind in terms of expanding the intellectual boundaries as a result of artistic exposure. 124 FMC TODAY- WEDR 9 ■ Q O . ' i25 Miss Homecoming— 1980 Brenda Jefferson 126 127 ONE LAST LOOK General Quality (GQ) 12H Look Lynette!! MUDBONE SMILE I YOUR ON CANDID CAMERA. 129 OUR NEW TENNIS COURT c " GOODBY ' TRAMPS!! ' 130 131 Yearbook Staff Helen Jones— Advisor We, the yearbook staff hope you will enjoy this book and with pride and dignity share it with others. 132 A MESSAGE FROM THE EDITOR RHONDA HAMMOND As we live from day to day, we find that people will complain, and some will be satisfied. In the time it took to finish this yearbook with the help of only two people, I feel that an apology is not needed. That ' s the problem with the world today everybody is looking for someone to make an apology, but if we all helped one another, then we need not look for these things. I would like to thank some people who helped in the begin- ning and they are Wendolyn Jones and Angelita Russell, also these people helped until the end and they are Barbara Conners and John Buchanan. To the Seniors I thank you for waiting and good luck in the near future and to you my fellow students, I look forward to seeing you next year. rrmrAcL Jknu . 133 Barbara Arlene Connor Asst. Editor-in-Chief — John Lanard Buchanan Layout Editor 134 David Shields— Photographer Darrell Spencer White Photographer Photo not A™il Ue Jacquline Warren— Secretary 135 In Memoriam 236


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