Morris College - Hornet Yearbook (Sumter, SC)

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1988 HORNET, "THE RIGHT LANE MUST TURN RIGHT" FOREWORD MORRIS COLLEGE SUMTER. SOUTH CAROLINA Dr. Luns C. Richardson PRESIDENT THE FOUNDING OF MORRIS COLLEGE IN 1908 WAS NOT JUST A GLORIFIED DREAM BUT A BOLD. INGENIOUS VENTURE WHICH ITS LOYAL SUPPORTERS HAVE KEPT ALIVE FOR 80 YEARS. DURING THE COURSE OF ITS HISTORY. THE CHALLENGES AND COMPLEXITIES WHICH GROWTH BROUGHT TESTED THE COLLEGE’S SURVIVAL. HOWEVER THIS FACT IS CLEARLY DIS-CERNABLE — THE CHALLENGES AND COMPLEXITIES WERE ALWAYS MET WITH EQUAL STRENGTH. ADDED VISION AND DEEP CONVICTION. THUS. IN THE 80th YEAR OF ITS EXISTENCE. AS WE REFLECTED ON THE NOBLE HISTORY OF MORRIS COLLEGE. WE FELT A STRONGER TIE WITH THE PAST. WHICH ACCENTED THE PRESENT. AND INSPIRED US TO MOVE TOWARD EVEN GREATER TOMORROWS. THE loss YEARBOOK IS. 'THEREFORE, AN ATTEMPT TO LINK THE PRESENT WITH THE PAST THROUGH WORDS AND PICTURES. NOTWITHSTANDING WENDT’S WARNING THAT BOTH ... "art merely surrogates for reality, not reality itself."DEDICATION MR. JAMES LEON MIOTT 1949-1987 MR. JAMES LEON MIOTT 1949-1987 The untimely passing of James Leon Miott on August 16, 1987, marked the conclusion of nine years of unparalled services to Morris College as instructor in Music and Director of the Morris College Chorale. Mr. Miott was highly respected for his dedication to his work, his thorough, well prepared lessons, and his matchless thirst for music. He passed on to the Morris College Family a legacy of a lifelong thirst for learning, and undaunted commitment to excellence, a sincere love for and appreciation of people — especially students, a deep willingness to share fully his talents with others, and a firm example of practical Christian living. The College family members who were privileged to know him will ever appreciate the stoutness of his heart, the richness of his soul and his love for music and for mankind. "Death is not sad ... its a time for elation, A joyous transition ... the soul's emigration Into a place where the soul's safe and free. To he with God through eternity. Helen S. RiceiDOWN MEMORY LANE CHARLES VINCENT MCKNIGHT. JR. 1965-1988 In keeping with the motto of Morris College, “Enter to Learn: Depart to Serve.” Charles entered Morris College in the fall of 1987, and was rendering acceptable service to the college and community at the time of his untimely death shortly after completing his freshman year. Charles service was evidenced by his academic achievement, his athletic prowess and teamwork on the college and community baseball teams, his efficient work as a United Postal Service employee and as a part-time painter. A noted scholar, family’s joy and friend’s confident. Charles left us with the knowledge that it is not how long we live but how well we learn and serve. AIN THE BEGINNING . . . PRESIDENT LUNS C. RICHARDSON The Annual Convocation on September 9 marked the formal opening of Morris College for the 1987-1988 Academic Year. President Richardson, speaker for the occasion, delivered a moving and provocative address, revealing the major thrusts of the College’s programs for the immediate year ahead. Students, faculty and staff were inspired to renew their vigor and spirit of togetherness. FREDERICK PRINCE. SGA President reinforced President Richardson’s Opening Convocation Address by his appeal to fellow students at the SGA Assembly on September 11. His subject “We Need A New Attitude". THE REVEREND JESSE JACKSON whose persistent messages of HOPE and matchless posture during his bid for the President of the United States awakened Blacks to the underlying truth of Browning’s statement: "Ah. but a man’s reach must exceed his grasp Or what’s a heaven for?” ATTORNEY PATRICIA RUSSELL-MCCLOUD, eloquent and professional orator who electrified the Morris College Family as guest speaker for the President’s Lecture series. Her subject. “The Right Lane Must Turn Right”, inspired the theme for this publication.CAMPUS SCENES ANTICIPATING THE RIGHT TURN ... Quo Vadis? I am determined to meet this challenge. 6 Kntcring imaginatively into the situation. The pause that refreshes! Beautiful dreamer. L The significant WALL ... A helping hand.8 , MISS MORRIS COeONR S v CHR 15; MAoV .CONCERT Hon or DAY 10THE CORONATION OF THE QUEEN, 1987 The amiable, charming and vivacious Tat-sha C. Robertson, of Greenville. S.C. was crowned "Miss Morris College" at the Annual Coronation Ceremony on October 2. The new queen brings to her high calling a wealth of honors, including "Miss Freshman Class;" Honors Program Secretary: Assistant Editor of THE HERITAGE: consecutive semester listings on the Dean's Honor Roll and the 0. R. Reuben Scholars; recipient of the following awards: The Michael Jackson Scholarship: Miss Black Greenville: third runner-up to Miss Black America and first runner-up to Miss Black College Alumni Hall of Fame. The highlight of the occasion was the crowning of Miss Morris College by the President, Dr. Luns C. Richardson. Special commendations were accorded the SGA officers, headed by Frederick Prince, president, for their love, patience and guidance. - nHER MAJESTY'S COURT Gwendolyn Denise Walker, first attendant to “Miss Morris College,” is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Walker of Bamberg. Since her enrollment at Morris College, she has served in a number of leadership capacities. Included are: Treasurer of HARP’; Vice-President of the Biology Club; Corresponding Secretary of Xi Rho Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., and President of Alpha Kappa Mu National Honor Society, and Vice-President of Pan Hellenic Council. Listings in Who’s Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities, the Morris College Honor Roll, and awards in the Biology Club’s Essay Contest are additional honors. Christine Smith, daughter of Ms. Lois Smith and James A. Servance was second attendant to “Miss Morris College.” She is a member of the Alpha Beta Theta Chapter of Alpha Phi Omega Service Fraternity. Inc.; the Business Club, and the Ushers’ Club. Christine is also an honor student. 12Narrators Miss Komalita Baker Mr. Todd Searcy (Miss Freshman Class. Sharon Denise Andrews, not pictured) 13 Miss Junior Class Paulette Wilson Royal Cape Bearer Royal Crown Bearer Little Miss Shannon Wakefield Master Demarcus Houck Miss Sophomore Class Sharon I-awrenceII Miss Alpha Kappa Mu Irene Marshall Miss Delta Sigma Theta Jennifer Finkley15 Miss Library Club Zakiyyh Shareef Miss LeGare Hall Rhonda BuchananSavoring the magic of the moment are Miss Morris College and her escort. SGA President. Fredeerick Prince. Frederick Love. A sentinel of character.Awaiting "la grande entree are (I- to R Sharon Lawrence. Claudine Lance. Rita Burton. Kathy Nelson. Maxine Gadsden, and Zakiyyah Shareef Truly captivating! Anxiously awaiting their turn are the lovely L to R) Jennifer Finklsy. and Irene Marshall. Looking on is Rodney Adams (c). Bringing a touch of childlike tenderness to the intensity and excitement of the evening are Master Demarcus Houck and Little Miss Shannon Wakefield. The fulfillment of long anticipation. Christine Smith, second attendant to Miss Morris College and SGA Officer. Michael Johnson. ANNUAL THANKSGIVINGRALLY An enthusiastic gathering of Baptist leaders, laymen and friends made their annual pilgrimage to Morris College for the Thanksgiving Day Observances. The speaker for the worship services was Dr. E. D. Dixon, Pastor of Tabernacle Baptist Church, Greenville, S.C., and a Morris College alumnus. Proceeds from the rally were in excess of $465,000, setting a new record for the College’s major fund-raising effort. 191988 THANKSGIVING Culminating the Thanksgiving Day Activities was a colorful Homecoming Parade featuring approximately 175 mobile units and several marching bands. Maxine Gadsden reigned as “Miss Homecoming.” The daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Mack A. Gadsden of Charleston, the lovely queen is a political science history major. “Miss Morris College" and Attendants.ANNUAL CHRISTMAS CONCERT Hickey Sindab and Robert Anthony present a plaque of appreciation to Mr. Gregory Thompson, Chorale Director. Thompson was the former accompanist.J The Morris College Chorale in the Annual Christmas Concert. December. 1987. 7:30 p.m., Neal-Jones Auditorium. The college community looks forward to this special occasion of love and sharing at the most festive time of the year. The itinerary of the Chorale includes extensive travel throughout the academic year as President Richardson's entourage. Included on the Chorale's roster are: Robert Anthony. Karen Artis. Recharda Dawkins. Ernestine Dixon. Steven Dupont. Tracy Fincher, Steven Gaither. Monica Graham. Randy Green. Carol Hampton. Ella Hiller. Gerald Jefferson. Franklin Johnson, Donald Kingcade. Sharon Lawrence. Donald Lawson. Melvin Lewis. Lee McCray, Clara McLeod. Bertha Mouzon. Maurice Nesbitt. Victoria Oglesby. Shaun Phillips. Santos Sullivan. Ricky Svndab, Waymon Whitfield. Michelle Wilkerson. Angela Wright. HONORS DAY CONVOCATION February 17, 1988 24i SPEAKER: Or. Junior Karl Vaughn. Asst. Supt. for Administration. Dist. = 17 Sumter. S.C. Students achieving high scholastic standing for the 1987 Fall Semester were recognized in three categories: The President's and Dean's Honor Rolls: the 0. R. Reuben Scholars and Morris College Scholars. Students from each category received a Certificate of Honor.r 'mfiDr. Charles C . Adams, pastor of the Hartford Memorial Baptist Church. Detroit, Michigan. delivers an electrifying sermon during the religious Emphasis Week observance. February 22-26. Adams, guest speaker for the occasion. is a noted lecturer and travels extensively to serve in this capacity on many university and college campuses. The observance of Religious Emphasis Week is a tradition at Morris College. It gives the college an opportunity to place special emphasis on worship and religious ideals as well as an opportunity to share in Christian fel-1 o w s h i p . Supplementing the daily-worship services are opportunities for fellowship and discussion.MID-M WrER B0U 80fh Anniversary Morris College Morris College raised $60,000 at its Annual Mid-Winter Banquet Rally. The banquet, held February 26, is the college s second major fundraising affair. The total included contributions from churches and associations, businesses, corporations, alumni, faculty, staff and students. Money from the rally will go for general operations, campus improvements, and the Endowment Fund. During the banquet, guest speaker I)r. Benjamin F. Payton, President o fTuskegee University, was honored for his exemplary efforts to attain excellence in higher education. Approximately 800 persons listened as Payton spoke about challenges facing historically black colleges as they reach the 21st century. President Richardson expressed appreciation for the continued support from the constituents of the college.Black History Month Black History Week is a long standing tradition of the College. Johnnie Mae McFadden (L) and Benjamin Goethie (R) are assisted by Mrs. Feraundra Ferguson-Brokaw, political science instructor, in the presentation of this display at the February 10th Assembly. Among other activities marking the observance of Black History Week were debates and exhibits. Freshman Annual Talent Show The Annual Freshman Talent Show held in the Neal-Jones Auditorium on September 4, at 7:30 p.m. climaxed Freshmen Orientation Week. Demonstrating the proper attire for career oriented persons are Doris Gerow (L) and Ron Washington (R). Recreating the drama and intensity of Mark Anthony's Oration from Shakespear’s Julius Ceasar is Alfred Brown. Jennie Gathers (R) and Harvey Green (I.) in a refreshing setting of joyful adoration of the widely popular "The Way We Were”. 10Who's Who ALPHA KAPPA MU Dr. Maxie S. Gordon. Jr.. Director of Development (not pictured), was guest speaker for the Alpha Kappa Mu Honor Society's Assembly. Honorees were (L toR) Roma-lita Baker. Gregory Dingle. Sandra Dowd. Eric Johnson. Ericson Lanier. Jeannie Lyles. Kathy McFarland. Tammy Suber and Tatsha Robertson. The 1988 edition of WHO'S WHO AMONG AMERICAN STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES ANI) COLLEGES will include the names of 10 students from Morris College fR» who were selected as national leaders, They join an elite group of students selected from more than 1,500 institutions of higher learning in all 50 states, the District of Columbia and several foreign nations. Speaker for the occasion was the Reverend Tyrone Crider (L), Dean of Admissions. Central State University. Chicago, Ilinois. American Education Week Mrs. Julia E. Wells strikes a familiar pose as the delightful and stimulating speaker for the American Education Week Assembly on November 18. Formerly the Director of Research. Planning and Governmental Relations here at Morris College. Mrs. Wells now serves as Coordinator of the South Carolina Commission on Higher Education. American Education Week (November 16-20) was coordinated by the Division of Education. 31Dicxa ixxLEARNING L1VING ENVIRONMENT Students reside in five dormitories, two for men and three for women. All provide comfortable living conditions and counseling services to assist students in understanding their feelings, at t it tides and behavior. These services include academic advisement, career planning and counseling dealing with personal, reli-gious. financial, and marital or pre-marital and health-related problems. Programs and activities are designed to promote the living-learning concept. Educational film series, mini non-credit seminars and lecttires are major thrusts. Residence life Tor students is greatly enhanced, also, by participation in extra-curricular activities.The Student Center — A favorite haunt of the students for social gatherings, snacks, and games. The center also houses the SCI A offices. Dining Hall The College Dining Hall — This spacious facility affords opportunity for fellowship at meal time. A peak behind the scenes show Mr. Robert Knight, campus chef, and members of his staff at work. I !$» :• K0Cp_male basketball team — 1 Rack) Leroi Aiken. Daryl Hammonds, Vernal McBride. David Caldwell. Rodney Bellamy. (Middle) Marvin Davis. Rodney Harrison. Robert Anthony. Kevin Howell. Kenneth Taylor. (Front) I.anar Daniel. Eric Thompson, b red Prince. Clarence McCray.B BASKETBALL TEAM loach Gilbert Wilson. Annie . Marian Holmes, Shawn Iaw-'iI son. Jeanette Spears, Kim rainer Evette Bryant, lorry! Richardson, Hence a Moore, Barltara Brown,IIBASEBALL TEAM — (L-R) Tommy Williams. Robert McMillan. Raymond Manigault. William Bush. Irwin Milchum, Carl McKnight (deceased!. (Front) Willie (Bill) Green. Keith Worthy. James Smith. Wayne Bracey. Glenn Wright, Jeffery (Boss) Cain. 42 1987-88 BASKETBALL SCHEDULE Female and Male DATE TEAM PLACE Nov. 6 Blue and Gold Game M W Sumter, SC 7 Alumni Game M W Sumter, SC 9 Edward Waters College M W Sumter, SC 12 Converse College W Sumter, SC 14 Allen University M W Sumter, SC 16 Coker College M Hartsville, SC 18 Claflin College M W Sumter, SC 21 Barber College M W Concord, NC 23 Voorhees College M W Sumter, SC 24 Columbia College W Sumter, SC 30 Edward Waters College M W Jacksonville, FLA Dec. 2 USC-Aiken M W Aiken, SC 4 Coker College Tournament M Hartsville, SC 5 Coker College Tournament M Hartsville, SC Jan. 16 Barber Scotia College M W Sumter, SC 21 Presbyterian College M W Sumter, SC 23 Allen University M W Columbia, SC 25 Lander College M W Sumter, SC 28 Central Wesleyan M W Central. SC 30 USC-Spartanburg M W Sumter, SC Feb. 4 College of Charleston M W Charleston, SC 6 USC-Aiken M W Sumter, SC 8 Voorhees College M W Denmark, SC 11 Wofford College M W Spartanburg, SC 13 Francis Marion College M W Sumter, SC 15 Claflin College M W Orangeburg, SC 18 EIAC Conf. Tournament M W Orangeburg, SC 19 El AC Conf. Tournament M W (Semi-Finals) Orangeburg, SC 20 EIAC Conf. Tournament M W (Championship) Orangeburg, SC 22 Coker College M W Sumter, SC 25 Erskine College M W Due West, SC 27 Newberry College M W Sumter, SC Mar. 3 Limestone College M W Gaffney, SC 14 Home — Women 25 — Men 12 Home — Men 26 — Female Single games (Men or Women) 7:30 p.m. Double games (Men and Women) 6:00 p.m.Army ROTC Cadet Diane Stevenson demonstrates the U.S. Army’s commitment to organization. m ROTC Cadets making the “right turn"BE ALL YOU CAN BE “I do solemnly swear". (I, to R) Cadets Darrel Scott. Diane Stevenson, Jimmy Suber and Sara 'Filler take the oath of induction from Lt. Col. Robinson as Dr. Mary Vereen-Gordon, Academic Dean, looks on with pride. General Wallace C. Arnold (L) discusses the cadets' progress and achievement with President Richardson (R). 45Major John DeFede and Sgt Major Marshall lead cadets in Annual Homecoming Parade. Second Lieutenant Jimmy Suber is congratulated by Brig. Gen. Wallace C. Arnold. Eyes right on the right lane! Lieutenants Anthony Hall and Vanessa Burrison repeat the Oath of Induction after Major J. DeFede. Lt. Vanessa Burrison is the first female commissioned officer in the Morris College Army ROTC Program. President Richardson congratulates members of Charlie Company for their outstanding achievement. Looking on is Major J. DeFede.I V ADERSA o] Second Lt. Jimmy Suber receives his first command from his mother, “Be still, son." Second Lt. Diane Stevenson beams proudly as she receives her gold bars from her parents. Second Lt. Sarah Tiller seems just as proud as her parents who pin her bars. Striking a serious pose as he receives his gold bars from Major J. DeFede and his mother is Second Lt. Darrell Scott.BUSINESS AND CAREERS CONFERENCE lectured from left to right: Stanley W.Tutman (Amoco Corporation) Chicago, IL.; Latedra B. Honore (Shell Oil Co.) Houston. TX; Maurice A. Henderson (AT7T) Andover, Moss.; Margaret A. Tindnl (NASA Goddard Space Flight Center) Green belt, Maryland; Kenneth K. Epps (AT T) Morristown. N.J.; Booker T. Izell (Cox Enterprises) Atlanta. GA. The Annual Business and Careers Conference provided an opportunity for students to meet and mingle with executives from the business and professional communities, coordinated with the National Urban league's Black Executive Exchange Program (BEEP), several executives from major corporations were present to share the realities of the world of work with students. •18THEME. "JOB SEARCH STRATEGIES FOR TODAY S BLACK COLLEGE STUDENTS" RIGHT LANE tun t ’U'Carrie P. Adams Business Administration — Sumter, SC Karen A. Artis Sociology — Sumter, SC Denise Bellamy Business Administration — Longs, SC Wayne D. Braeey Business Administration — Bethune, SC Kathy Bradshaw Social Studies — Scranton, SC Aliska L. Brown Liberal Studies — Pawleys Island, SC Seniors Joann M. Brown Business Administration — Hopkins, SC Rosa Brunson Social Studies — Mayesville, SC Celestine Burgess Business Administration — Pinewood, SC Stacy M. Burns Liberal Studies — Inkster, MI Anna L. Burt Sociology — Summerville, SC Alexander Burton Mathematics — Saluda, SC Seniors 53Taylor Clinton Liberal Studies — Lancaster, SC Terri Daniels Sociology — Conway, SC Cynthia Dash Liberal Studies — Bowman, SC Francine A. Davis Sociology — Sumter, SC Evelyn V. Edmonds English — Santee, SC Jennifer A. Finkley Business Administration — Myrtle, Beach SC 4 SeniorsMichael C. Foster Fine Arts — Burton, SC Maxcina Gadsden Social Studies — Charleston, SC Brenda Golden Business Administration — Greenville, SC Karen Golman Business Administration — Greenville, SC Alisa Grate Health Science — Pawley’s Island, SC Bill Green Mathematics — Woodruff, SC Seniors I 55Carol Hampton Sociology — Timmonsville, SC Cynthia M. Jenkins Business Administration — Rembert, SC Marsha Jenkins Fine Arts — Edisto Island, SC Juanzena L. Johnson Mathematics — Greenwood, SC Mattie L. Johnson Sociology — Pinewood, SC Michael Johnson Business Administration — Dillon, SC 56 SeniorsYolanda Johnson Business Administration — Ridgeland, SC Roneca R. Kennedy Fine Arts — Sumter, SC Claudine Lance Fine Arts — Georgetown, SC Donald Lawson Social Studies — Bennettsville, SC Irene Marshall Biology — Patrick, SC Kathy Me Farland Business Administration — Darlington, SC Seniors VFrances J. Miller Religious Education — Rembert, SC Carlette Mitchell Biology — Edisto Island, SC Brenda Montgomery Business Administration — Greeleyville, SC Vernell Moore Religious Education — Sumter, SC Jj Ethel M. Nelson Business Administration — Davis Station, SC Kathy R. Nelson Business Administration —Manning. SC Seniors wFrederick A. Prince Business Administration —Sumter, SC Lisa G. Rice Early Childhood — Clinton, SC Frank Robinson Liberal Studies — Lancaster, SC Tatsha C. Robertson English — Greenville, SC Olenthia S. Scarborough Business Administration — Bishopville, SC Darryl W. Scott Liberal Studies — Conway, SC y SeniorsMelissa J. Serivens Social Studies — Brooksville, FL Todd Searcy Fine Arts — Atlanta, GA Sandra Seller Business Administration — Elloree, SC Norma Singletary Health Science — Lake City, SC Christine Smith Business Administration — Manning, SC Morris Sparks Elementary Education — Hartsville, SC 50 SeniorsLois A. Storrs Sociology — Timmonsville, SC Jimmie L. Suber Mathematics — Blair, SC Kurt M. Terry English — Atlanta, GA Gwendolyn Walker Biology — Bamberg, SC Christine Washington Business Administration — Summerton, SC Seniors 61Richard Washington Business Administration — Bishopville, SC Darryl Williams Mathematics — Pamplico, SC Gregory Williams Business Administration — Greenville, SC Janice Williams Biology — Springhill, FL Sonji Williams English — Sumter, SC Tracie Williams Business Administration — New Haven, CT Seniors 62Loretta Wright Business Administration — Lynchburg, SC Teressa Hickman Liberal Studies — Queens, NY Trenita V. Manigault Business Administration — Moncks Corner, SC Tracey Menafee Health Science — New Haven, CT Seniors 63JUNIORS Robert Anthony Evelyn Avles Mark Bailey Romalita Baker Denise Bellamy James Benning Alexine Bennett Freddie Bellamy Linda Blakney APatricia Bligen Diane Blunt Carolyn Brown Rhonda Buchanan David Campbell Albert Chambers Rachel Daniels Cynthia Dash Larcena Davis Recharda Dawkins Gregory Dingle Benita Duncan 65JUNIORS Theresa Ellerbe Marty Ellis Pamela Eunice Stephon Gilliard Rochelle A. Graham Marilyn Grant Melissa Haynes Valarie Hodges Heyward Inabinett 56Karen Hill Mary James Richard Johnson Sonya Johnson Juenarrl Keith Mary Keels Kricson Lanier Brenda Lawrence Melissa Lee Melvin Lewis Fred Love Jeannie Lyles 67JUNIORS Clifford McCray Clint McKinney Steven Medows Annie McGee Willie McCray Kitty Melton Lynn Micken Sandra Moore Maurice Nesbitt Miranda Pearson Elliot Peterson Shaun Phillips (8Arnold Platt Cliffton Polite Dennis Powell Soroya Purvis Shawn Raymond Mark Khinehart Tyrone Rose Rebecca Salters Keisha Seabrooks I Merchedes Sellers Monica Stinson Harry Thames [ 69JUNIORS Dwayne Thompson Vonda Timmons Patricia Washington Freda Williams Renee Wineglass Ricky Wilson Valerie Wilson JUNIORS ON THE MOVE 7071SOPHOMORES Rodney Adams John Ashley, -Jr. Mark Bellamy Donna Black Joyce Blake Rene Bowie Donna Brown Reginald Bryant Yvette BryantEugene Commander Annette Curry April Fowler Fredrick Freedman Tavontra Gamble Kevin Gary Natalie Gooden Monica Graham Cheryl Green Ronald Green Rosemary Green Tori Harris 73SOPHOMORES Kim Harvin Emmanuel Hicks Ella Mae Hiller Ronnie Holmes Cassandra Jackson Franklin Johnson Kimberly Johnson Valerie Johnson Vanessa Johnson Joe Jones Valerie Joyd Cathy LanceRonnie Lee C" - Clara McCleod LeMemorie McCleod Johnnie Mae McFadden Bertha Mouzon Kelvin Neville Brenda Oliver Angela Perry Aesperita Pinckney Tony Pinckney Martin Luther Quick Diane Richardson 75SOPHOMORES Sharon Ross Maurice Session Brenda Shivers Linda Simpson Victoria Skelton Anna Marie Snipes Larry Darnelle Staten Willette Stockard Wendell Bernard Sumter Leslie Sweetenburg Celest Thomas Sandra Walls 76Charlie Warren Melissa White Herbert Williams Lena Wingate Angela Wright Glenene Wright Kenny Young ANTICIPATING THE CAFETERIA DELIGHTS ...freshmen Patricia Black Tracy Blackwell Tracye Blue Annette Bolden Stan Bolden Angela Boyd Robert Boyd Tony Brailsford Sheila M. Brisbon 78Thomas Brock L Peggy Brown Sandra Brown Davetta Brunson William G. Burison Jan Burton William Bush Rosalyn A. Canty Evelyn Capers Cynthia T. Cassette Tema Cochran Stacey L. Commodore 79FRESHMEN Lydell Conyers Michael Cooper .James Curry Aldrin Daniels DaShonda Deas Thaddeus C. Dickey ShaRhonda Dillard Ernestine Dixon Paulette Duffy John S. Dupont Tealeda T. Evans Kevin Ewing 80Rodrecus Fleming Doretta Ford Sheila Ford Sonya Ford Ricky Franklin Vanessa Franklin Eric C. Gambrell Richard Gaskins •Jannie Geathers I Doris Gerow Cassandra Gibson Angenetta Gist 81FRESHMEN Chandra Anita Graham Sidney Gregg Charles M. Griffin Sharon Griffin Deborah Hampton Deloris Hampton Sharon Hampton Carol A. Holmes Lisa Holmes 82Miriam Holmes LaMays Howze Kathy Hughe Lena O. Jenkins Darren Johnson Jerry Johnson Darrell Joppy Agnes D. King Donald Kingcade James Levy Barbara Lewis Orlando Lightfoot 83FRESHMEN Grey Little Tony Livingston O’neil Mack Shaunta L. Madden Raymond Manigault Kevin McClary Alan McCoy Clarence McCray John McCray Doris McCrea Charles McKnight Robert McMillon 84Kevin Mallett Timothy Melton Fernandas Moffitt Laurie A. Montgomery Charlene Mood Larry Odom Seygbo M. Palmer Carleen Parker Robert Phillips Rhonda Pollins Christia Prioleau Tyrone Pugh 85FRESHMEN Vinson Rivers Katrice Robinson Charlotte Shepherd l Traci Singleton Antonio Slater .James Smith Kevin Stinnie George Taylor Kenneth Taylor Mary Taylor Darren Thames Faye Townsend 86Kimberly Tyler Ronald E. Washington Gwendolyn White } Georgette Wigfall Lisa Wigfall Bernadette Williams Marvin Williams Tami Williams Johnny Williams Tracie Williams Willette Wilmore Angela Wise s:£ mm. MWOF LIFE 89I I ADMINISTRATION, „„„ FACULTY ' AND STAFF MACING (ifAOKRVS COUXfafY i' SuKAiE R Suwl cArou' v 77A, - 9 7r the RIGHT '(TURN 1 INVOLVES TLOPLB HELPING :PEOPLE.ITHE BOARD OF TRUSTEES (Front I.toR) Mrs. Mullean Heard. Dr. Ethel Gordon. Dr. Marion McLester, Dr. Mamie N. Coker, Dr. W. A. Johnson, Dr. V. H. Neal, Dr. JunsC. Richardson, Dr. H. B. Washington, Dr. S. C. Cureton. (Back I, to R) Rev. Grady Yeargin. Dr. W. B. McMahand, Dr. W. I . Graham, Dr. Charles Levy, Mrs. Ruth Baker, Dr. Ollie McAllister. Mrs. Etrulia Dozier, Dr. W. P. Diggs. Rev. J. W. Sanders. Dr. JamesS. Hall, Jr.. Dr. J. '1'. Bobrv, Dr. G. A. Sellers. Mr. Russell Boyd. Rev. W. S. Harrison, Dr. T. M. Dixon. Rev. I.. W. Walker,Sr.. Rev. C. E. Graham and Dr. J. H. Corbitt. Not pictured — Mr. Kurt Terry (student representative), and Dr. Ralph Canty.94DR. LUNS C. RICHARDSON President President Richardson’s responsiveness to new demands and opportunities was perhaps better summed up by Dr. Patricia Russell-McCloud in these words: "An administrator and academician scholar who has made a difference throughout the width and breadth of higher education in this nation.” (Below) Mr. Charles Appleby. President of C S Bank, presents the President with a $5,000 for Morris College. President Richardson with Rev. Marion Newton, Church Relations and Alumni Affairs Officer and with students below. 95I)r. Isaiah Harvey College Minister (Part-Time) Dr. Gerald Polinsky Management Specialist Ms. Nina Brown Secretary, Office of the President (June 1 - October I. 1987) Mrs. Barbara M. Keith Appointed full-time Permanent Secretary (July 1. 1988) Mrs. Minnie L. Washington Temporary Part-Time (1987-1988) 96 Ms. Linda Morgan (Picture Not Shown)ACADEMIC AFFAIRS Dr. Mary A. Vereen-Gordon Academic Dean Mrs. Margaret Bailey Director of Career Planning Cooperative Kducation and Placement Mrs. Annie M. Billups Secretary. Office of Career Planning. Cooperative Kducation and Placement 97Ms. Delia Cole Library Clerk Learning Resources Center Mrs. Mary E. Dow Library Assistant Learning Resources Center Mrs. Janet Fields Media Service Coordinator Instructor in Educational Media Mrs. Carter J. Frierson Secretary to the Academic Dean Mrs. Beatrice Golden Library Assistant for Circulation Learning Resources Center Ms. Clara B. Gordon Director of Library Services learning Resources Center Ms. Tonia Harriott Senior Secretary Office of Admissions and Records Mrs. Forstene Johnson Clerk-Typist, Copying Center Learning Resources Center Ms. Gloria Parson Library Clerk Learning Resources Center Mr. Kenny Rose Admissions Counselor Office of Admissions and Records Mrs. Gloria M. Scriven Records Supervisor Office of Admissions and Records 98Mrs. Mary Smith Laboratory Assistant Division of General Studies Mrs. Queen W. Spann Director of Admissions and Records Mrs. Patricia M. : Stukes Reference Librarian Learning Resources Center Dr. Jessie V. Taylor Coordinator of Academics Services Mrs. Mytle Wright Media Assistant CenterBUSINESS AFFAIRS Dr. George Heelan Director Office of Business Affairs Mrs. Marlene Burgess Cashier Secretary Office of Business Affairs Mrs. Lucille C Assistant to t Coordinator Financial Serv 100Mrs. Sandra Gibson Financial Aid Officer Mrs. Eva M. Glover Switchboard Operator-Receptionist Mr. Roy Graham Personnel Officer and Coordinator of Business Services Mrs. Evette M. Gray Data Entry and Purchasing Clerk Office of Business Affairs Mr. Robert Knight Food Service Manager Mrs. Wilhemenia Owens Coordinator of Financial Services and Chief Accountant Mr. Clopell Rhodes Bookstore Manager and Mailroom Supervisor Ms. Marguerite Wilder Assistant Financial Aid Officer Ms. Barbara Williams Clerk. Financial Aid Office 101DEVELOPMENT Dr. Maxie S. Gordon Director of Development Ms. Lauretta Hilton Senior Secretary Office of Development Ms. Rose Hudson Public Relations Officer Rev. Marion Newton Church Relations and Alumni Affair Officer Mrs. Rosalie Benjamin-Johnson (Picture Not Shown) 102OFFICE OF PLANNING, ADMINISTRATIVE, AND GOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS I i lister T. Corley Director of Administrative and Governmental Affairs Mrs. Dorothy Cheagle Director. Instructional Management and Assessment System Mr. Rodney Johnson Director. Management Information System and Computer Center Mrs. Pamela C. Johnson Senior Secretary Title III Program Mrs. Daisy D. Whittleton Data Entry Clerk Office of Research Planning and Governmental Relations 103STUDENT AFFAIRS Mrs. Eliza E. Black Dean of Student Affairs Ms. Jaqueline Anderson Residence Hall Director Mr. Reynald Blake Residence Hall Director 1(MI Dr. Arnold Compton College Physician (Part-Time' Ms. Audrey S. Gibson Coordinator of Student Activities Mrs. Agnes Gregg Residence Hall Director Mr. Clarence Houck Director of Athletics and Head Coach Mrs. Aletha Lewis Director of Counseling Services Instructor. Division of Education Mr. Sylvester R. Miott Counselor Student Development Center Mrs. Johnell Rogers College Nurse Mrs. Alta M. Sanders Senior Secretary Office of Student Affairs Mr. Carl E. Wells Residence Hall Director Mrs. Gloria White Secretary Student Development Center lasFACULTY I)r. Patricia Ali Associate Professor of History. Division of Social Sciences. History and Pre-Law Studies Dr. .lafar Amirzadeh Assistant Professor of Physics Division of Natural Sciences and Mathematics Dr. Radmau Ali Chairperson and Professor of Biology. Division of Natural Sciences and Mathematics Mrs. Ruth B. Baker Instructor of Sociology Division of Social Sciences, History and Pre-Law Studies Dr. Syed Amanuddin Chairperson and Professor of English. Division of Humanities I f Dr. lantha C. Beckett Associate Professor of Education. Division of Education NIr. Theodore R. Black. Jr. Visiting Instructor of History Division of Social Science. History and Pre-Law Studies Or. Bobby L. Brisbon Chairperson ami Professor of Education. Director of "Teacher Education Division of Education Mrs. Fernnundra Ferguson ■ Brokaw Assistant Professor of Political Science Division of Social Sciences. History and Pre-Law Studies Dr. Franklin D. Colclough Visiting Lecturer of Religion Philosophy. Division of Humanities Mrs. Margret W. Davis Chairperson anti Associate Professor of Education Division of General Studies Dr. .Martha H. Daffron Professor of Education I- ivision of EducationFACULTY Mrs. Viola R. Dingle Assistant Professor of English, Division of General Studies Sister Marie G. Donvan Assistant Professor of Speech, Division of General Studies Mr. Wilbur M. Dorsey Visiting Instructor of Physical Education Division of Education f Mr. Junius E. Dowell Assistant Professor of French Speech. Division of General Studies Dr. Savita Joshi assists students with special project. J ». Dr. Gerald 0. Etim Assistant Professor of Business Administration Division of Business Administration Mrs. Carolyn B. Frederick Assistant Professor of Business Administration. Division of Business Administration 108Dr. Peter M. Grant Assistant Professor of Biology. Division of Natural Sciences and Mathematics Ms. Evelyn Hall Chairperson and Professor of International Relations Division of Social Sciences. History and Pre-Law Studies Dr. G. Dee Hardman Assistant Professor of Health Recreation Division of Education Mr. John C. Harwick Assistant Professor of English Division of Humanities Mr. James E. Jones Instructor of Media Arts Division of Humanities Mr. Prahhabar Joshi Associate Professor of History Division of General Studies Faculty pauses to reflect and refresh. 109 FACULTYFACULTY I)r. Savita Joshi Professor of Education Division of Education Ms. Belinda D. I«ce Assistant Professor of English Division of General Studies Dr. Osvaldo Mier Associate Professor of Mathematics Division of Natural Sciences and Mathematics Mrs. Synethia D. Miott Assistant Professor of Education Division of Education Mr. George Mitchell Instructor of Art Division of Humanities Mr. Tommy D. Morgan Assistant Professor of English Division of General StudiesDr. Hosein Nanaie Assistant Professor of Chemistry Division of Natural Sciences and Mathematics Dr. Homer K. Nicholson Associate Professor of English and Philosophy Division of General Studies Dr. John C. Perkins Assistant Professor of Mathematics Division of Natural Sciences and Mathematics Dr. Idelia Proctor Assistant Professor of Health Science Division of Education Mr. Leon Richardson Assistant Professor of English Division of General Studies Dr. Richard L. Smith Chairperson and Associate Professor of Business Administration Division of Business Administration L 111 FACULTY Mr. I onard Thomas. Sr. Instructor of Business Administration Division of Business Administration Mr. Gregory Thompson Instructor of Music Division of Humanities Mrs. Abigail Busby-Webb Instructor of Business Education Division of Business Administration 112 Mrs. Gertrude S. White Assistant Professor of Mathematics Division of General Studies Dr. Pontheola T. Williams Professor of English Division of Humanities Mrs. Cynthia Davis Assistant Professor of Business Administration Division of Business AdministrationSTAFF Ms. Anita Brunson Secretary Special Services Ms. Kimberly Jefferson Secretary Division of Natural Science and Mathematics Mrs. Barbara McBride Secretary Division of General Studies Ms. Martha Moses Secretary Division of Business Administration Mrs. Rut hell Muldrow Secretary Division of Humanities Ms. Linda Nelson Secretary Division of Education Ms. Joan Parrott Secretary Army ROTO Not Shown 113 FACULTYFOOD SERVICE STAFF Mr. Robert Knight, Food Services Supervisor, prepares a delicious and nutritious cookout for the Morris College Faculty and Staff. Pictured below is his dedicated staff.MAINTENANCE AND SECURITY Acting Coordinator of Security Services, Mrs. Lucille Williams getting ready to embark on her campus rounds. Below The maintenance staff, dedicated and conscientious workers.A'I Til' Every person on the campus feels a deep sense of pride in Morris College. Hut the most important thing to me is the pride our students feel in their own accomplishments. — I)r. Luns C. Richardson Morris College provides a sound program of education in selected curricula areas grouped into six broad divisions: Business Administration. Education. General Studies. Humanities, Natural Sciences and Mathematics and Social Sciences. History and Pre-Law Studies. The objectives of all curricula are to aid in developing the professional competence of students, and lay the foundation for basic preparation in a wider variety of career opportunities than a normal four-year concentration can encompass. Thus, the College must continuously revise and expand its academic-offerings to make them more relevant to the demands, problems and issues of contemporary trends. Due to the increased of new information in virtually all disciplines, this is. of course, a tremendously challenging task. Among the specific changes during the 1987-88 Academic Year were: 1) the revision of the general education program to provide students with a more comprehensive approach in basic skills areas. 2) strategies to improve instruction, and 3) an increase in the internal and external demands of all units subsumed under Academic Affairs, and their overall productivity and effectiveness. I)r. Mary A. Vereen-Gordon (Upper Left) was appointed Academic Dean in 1984. Since that time she has given leadership to successive efforts to upgrade the educational program of Morris College. 117THE NEW ACADEMIC DIVISION OF GENERAL STUDIES Pictured is Mrs. Margaret Davis. Associate Professor and Chair. Introduced during the 1988 Fall Semester. the new division identifies and compensates for deficits in intellectual capacity and other aspects of cultural deprivation of entering freshmen, and directs them in ways that will improve their basic skills in reading, writing, speaking and thinking. The division also provides an Honors Program for students of high intellectual promise and aptitude. Because the faculty of the division serves as the student's primary contact with the College, every effort is made to bring teacher and student closer together to circumvent experiences of previous years which impacted negatively upon learning. Thus, the new division forms the core of the educational system at Morris College. The hope is that students will have a solid grounding in lower level courses. In this way, they can he introduced to wider areas of new knowledge and research in upper level courses. In the classroom scenes (R and L below and upper L opposite page) student interests and ideas flourish in lively and interesting discussions.In upper level courses as is true of those of the lower level, the combined talents of the instructors shape the character of the academic program. Mrs. Ruth Baker, (Lower L) Instructor of Sociology, assists her students in their assessment of humane institutions, customs and behavior which define man’s social relations. (Below) Students in comparative Government look at political systems, constitutional structures and processes of our government and that of other countries. Professor Evelyn Hall is the instructor. (Lower R) Dr. Idelia Proctor creates a conducive classroom atmosphere for students in Health Services Administration.It is no mystical fact that quality instruction is the key that unlocks the mind to spontaneous pleasures in learning — indeed a pearl of great value. Nowhere is this more apparent than when instructors convey ideas readily and precisely and students are motivated to invest the necessary time and mental energy to prepare themselves forwhat is to come. Teacher quality and student quality run hand-in-hand. These candid shots by our photographer clearly illustrate this concept. Teacher and pupil "putting it all together." Unpretenious? Yes. but powerful. We consider this to be one of the hidden delights of education.THE NATIONAL PLAYERS 39th TOUR PRODUCTION OF "OTHELLO" 123 Othello (Richard Pelzman) and Desdemona (En-Jay Hall) in the final climatic scene from William Shakespeare's OTHELLO.m qnv sasnvd sasod I EXPRESSIONS The very nature of the college experience makes it imperative to establish reasonable time and energy allocations between study, work, and leisure. On the pages which follow, our roving photographer has skillfully captured glimpses of these distinc- Itive characteristics — each a timeless heritage, rich in variety, and strangely empowered to communicate its own message. For want of description we have chosen to call this kaleidoscopic-like section “POSES, PAUSES AND EXPRESSIONS.” It must also be pointed out that this section supports the growing I theory that photography is a “narrative art.”«HEALTH SCIENCE IN ACTION WEEK Dr. Joyce A. Tolbert, Director of Health and Human Services, Office of the Governor of South Carolina, was the main speaker for the Public Health Awareness Week. (Upper right), She discusses current trends and issues with President Richardson. (Right), Trade Menafee presents an award to Dr. Idelia Proctor. Assistant Professor in the Division of Education, as Keisha Sea brooks looks on. KM)SCIENCE IN ACTION WEEK Dr. Charles Tipton (bottom, right). Professor and Chairman of the Department of Exercise and Sports Science. University of Arizona, delivered the main address during Science in Action Week. (Upper right). Members of the Biology Club look to the future with Dr. Radman Ali. Chairman of the Division of Natural Sciences and Mathematics. Lower left. President Richardson and Dr. R. Ali exchange ideas.Dr. Pontheolla T. Williams, (R), professor, Division of Humanities, autographs her book, Robert Hayden: A Critical Analysis of His Poetry, at the celebration of her publication on December 11 at the Jassa-mine Mall. Morris College hosted this momentous event. (Below L) Mrs. Ollie S. McAllister, was crowned "Miss Morris College Alumni Pageant" at the National Alumni Association Talent Fund Raising Contest in the Neal-Jones Auditorium on December 12. The pageant featured former queens of Morris College. (Below R) ART EXHIBIT, Fine Arts Festival, April 18-22. The Festival was sponsored by the Division of Humanities. Other features included video film shows, and creative writing contest, a talent show and an essay-writing contest. The occasion drew participants from local high schools.SCENES FROM AWARDS NIGHT. April 26. Instituted some years ago. Awards Night pays special tribute to those persons of the administration, faculty, staff and student population for outstanding contributions to the various areas of the Colleges involvements. The occasion is noted for its campus-wide participation, and laudatory, but genuine flavor. Among the many recipients of the April 26. 1988 affair were: Dr. Mary A. Vereen-Gordon (Upper R) Academic Dean: Sister Maria Gerald Donovan (Lower Left). Professor of Speech: Mrs. Eliza E. Black (Right). Dean of Student Personnel Services and Mr. William Richardson. (Lower R) Maintenance Department.CLASS NIGHT ... Graduating Class of '88 Bids M.C. "Adieu" With four years of hard work behind them, the graduating class began preparation for their "flight from the nest.” This lofty occasion signaled the breaking of the world behind them and the dawning of a new world before them. The evening was climaxed by the President’s Reception in the College Dining Hall. The theme for class night was: “YESTERDAY, TODAY. AND TOMORROW. TODAY IS JUST THE BEGINNING"To The 1988 Graduating Class Be The Best You Can Be” Always have laith that tomorrow will be lirttei thin today. Remember.optimism i» alw-ay«a brighter window to look out on •hr world than ix |irx imixm and d«x|iair Always brltrve in the t‘«"l• | ople. the capacity of the human spirit (or accomplish in good i boundless Hr thr best you can be, it will not only help sou to grow ax a person, hut will inspire otlirrx to do the xamr U.n vxair heart i ien to fnrgivr other . (or a tim will Poartr whrn you. too. will seek thr healing forgiveness of a kindred Mail Stnsr foe thr things that touch thr heart (or only then can you achieve thr peace and contrntmrnt that go into shaping a happy Mr. Always tie true to the moment at haml (or thrrr are moments in life that, whrn they pas through thr affections id thr heart, will lease within u» memories that glow ax hn ht ax any star that xmilrx down at us from abuse And as seal pass through this world, mas you leave a trail id peace and gmaiw ill wherever seal go, ami may those whose lives you have touched along thr way (eel richer id heart because you have touched their hearts with the (nendxhip in mil own Daniel llaughian r R c atAs°n Dt- !Ci sCo 135SCENES FROM THE CLOSINGOF THE SCHOOL OF RELIGION The School of Religion offers instruction on three levels: The Ministerial Certificate, the Bachelor of Theology and the Bachelor of Divinity degrees. Receiving Ministerial Certificates were twenty (20) ministers from the various extensions of the slate. Four other ministers. Willie C. Wright. James Hodges. Jimmie Keller and Virgil Sullivan were awarded degrees at the Annual Baccalaureate Commencement Convocation. May 8. Dr. Isaiah Harvey. Dean of the School of Religion, poses here with I)r. Richardson. Dr. Brunson (C . and Dr. Franklyn Colclough (L , Visiting lecturer. School of Arts and Sciences. 137ANNUAL ALUMNI DAY AND BANQUET . ..Alumni Day, May 7. was enlivened by a series of activities: the meeting of the National Alumni Association at 11:00 o’clock followed by a reception and dialogue session with Dr. Richardson, the Alumni Banquet at 7:00 p.m., and the annual alumni dance at the National Guard Armory to climax the day. Serving as banquet speaker was Dr. Helen Williams (’54). Assistant Professor at the University of Maryland. The day’s activities were coordinated by Rev. Marion Newton, Church Relations and Alumni Affairs Officer. Dr. Leo Richardson (’54) of the South Carolina Department of Social Services, and National President of the sponsoring body, presided over activities. Special features of the evening included the presentation of awards to distinguished alumni, the Alumni Chapter of the Year and the induction of the 1988 graduating seniors into the National Alumni Association. 139THE GRADUATION CLASS OF 1988. (right and left aisles) Determination! Perseverance! They had it all! 140 Morris College was highly honored to have as the Convocation Speaker Dr. Lerone Bennett, (L) Renowned Author and Senior Editor of EBONY Magazine. Students, parents, relatives and friends listened attentively as Dr. Bennett praised the recent progress of the College but warned the candidates for graduation that they were stepping out into a new world and a new beginning. MlThe celebrated "COUNTDOWN to graduation — a highly exciting experience for all, but most especially for those whose mental sacrifice and capacity to dispel the temptation of greener grass enable them to “press forward to the high calling President Richardson conferred degrees upon 109 seniors at the May 8th Commencement Convocation. In addition, three honorary degrees and nine presidential citations were awarded. f M RIGHT TURN ONLYNU GAMMA CHAPTER ALPHA ALPHA SORORITY, INC. Alpha Alpha Sorority, Inc. (Kneeling L to R) Renea Parker. Carol Hampton. Patricia Dixon. Alisa Crate. Mrs. Frances Finney. Director of Job Service I.oca-(Deft Row) Janice Williams, Marty Ellis, Patricia Bligen. Aesperita Pinckney. I-atonya Moore. Joann Brown. tion and Development delivered a challenging ad- (Right Row) Patricia Swint. Brenda Golden. Rae Grant. Teresa Wilson. Rhonda Buchanan. Kitty Melton. dress as Founder's Day Speaker. February 3. 145EPSILON LAMBDA CHAPTER OF OMEGA PSI PH! FRATERNITY, INC. Omiga Psi Phi Fraternity. Inc. (Kneeling) Melvin Lewis. Antonio Vaught. Martin Quick. Ronnie I,ee. (Back Row) Frederick Prince. Reginald Bryant. Tyrone Rose. Heyward Inabinett, Jimmie Suber, Gregory Dingle, and Mr. Rodney Johnson, advisor. MG (ircgory Dingle, chapter president, presents a plaque to Founder's Day speaker. President Richardson (R) looks on. Mr. James Clyburn, S.C. State Commissioner of Human Affairs, delivered an enlightened address as Founder’s Day Speaker.XI RHO CHAPTER DELTA SIGMA THETA SORORITY. INC. Delta Sigma Theta Sorority. Inc. — (Kneeling) Yolanda Johnson. CJIenene Wright. Leslie Sweetenburg. Sandra Wilson. (Left) Celeste Thomas. Inger McKinney. Anna Snipes. Tracey Memefee. Sandra Sellers. Siona Holliday, Kim Brown. (Right) Moviia Pasley, Denise Pasley. Donna Brown. Vonda M. Timmons. Michelle Wilkerson. Renee Wineglass. Claudine Lance. Brenda Lawrence. Deltas doing well on their own. Speakers chosen from their ranks were sorors Leslie Sweetenburg, (L) and Vonda Timms (R). Also Tatsha Robertson (not pictured) 147LAMBDA EPSILON CHAPTER KAPPA ALPHA PS! FRATERNITY, INC. inifllliiniiiriitr.... Richard Washington, chapter president, presents an award to founder's day speaker. Founders Day speaker. I)r. Ia‘ Richardson. Deputy Commissioner for Planning, Management and Research of (he S.C. Department of Social Services.XI EPSILON CHAPTER OF ALPHA PHI ALPHA FRATERNITY, INC. Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity. Inc. (Front Row) Ervin Renwrick. Frederick Love.Patrick Robinson. (Back Row) E. Franklin.Johnson. Mr. Lester T. Corley. Advisor; Dr. Leo Richardson. Deputy Commissioner for Planning. Management and Research. S.C.; James Blassin-game. Ronald Barton. Dept, of Social Services and St. Elmore Mack. Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity. Inc. — (Kneeling) Kelvin Neville. Stephen Gaither, Wilbur Bellamy. Arnold Platt. (Back Row) Albert McKinney. Robert Anthony. Albert Chambers. Christopher Anderson. Attorney Franklin R. Dewitt. Town Lawyer of Atlantic Beach. S.C. was the chapter's founder’s day speaker. 119IOTA ZETA CHAPTER PHI BETA SIGMA FRATERNITY, INC. IfiO Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity. Inc. — (Kneeling) (lerald Jefferson. (Left) Donald Lawson. Richard Jones. (Right) Leroy Anderson. Marvin Davis Donald Lawson, chapter president, presents a plaque to Solomon.PHI THETA CHAPTER ZETA PHI BETA SORORITY, INC 1511072 SEAC OfWIpS 197? 152851CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS The Alpha Phi Omega Fraternity. Inc. (L to R) Ms. Audrey Gibson. Advisor. Teresa Ellerbe. Miriam Holmes. Melanie King. Mercedes Sellers and Vonda Timmons. 154 Alpha Kappa Mu National Honor Society. (I- to R) Frederick Prince. Berretha Orce, Gregory Dingle. Tammy Suber and Eric Johnson. The Biology Club. (L to R) Frederick Love, Carlelte Mitchell. Rae Grant, Dr. Radman AH. Advisor. Irene Marshall, .lanice Williams, Glazia Nelson and Leroy Anderson. 155 I he Morris College Chorale in their final appearance for the year — The 1988 Baccalaureate Commencement Convocation, May 8. Chorale members in the black robes are graduating seniors.The Baptist Student Union (BSU). The organization serves as a liason between the student and the local church and seeks to provide Christian fellowsip. L to R Brenda Golden, Tovantra Gamble. Leroy Anderson, Maggie Griffin, Tony Livingston, Mercedes Sellers. CoMndra Gibson, Jannie (leathers and Claudine Lance. f 1 'I'he Gospel Choir. The organization is dedicated to keeping alive the heritage of spirited music. The group is student-directed and travels regularly both in and out of the state. 156 The future of America’s scientific heritage will be supported by (left to right) Kitty Melton, Tracie Minnifield, Willie Mae Dozier. Keisha Seabrooks, and Alisa Grate. D-K-W SENATE The Dobbins-Keith-Whitener Residence Hall Senate include: left to right, Kevin McClary, Toney Brailsford, Edsel Grayson, and Dennis Powell. 157The Student Government Association has always been counted upon to set the general tone of campus life for students at Mori College. Taken as a whole, the organization constitutes a network for communication among the various student groups and populatior Leadership is vested in the cabinet whose members are selected on broad grounds of character and intellect. Frederick Prince (Upper R), a rising senior and Business Administration major served as SGA President for the 1987-88 Acadeir Year. Above is the SGA Cabinet: (L to R) Sonji Williams, Treasurer; Kathy McFarland, Secretary; Vonda Timmons, Assistant Secretai Frederick Prince, President; Olenthia Scarborough, First Vice-president; Frederick Love, Second Vice-president; and Brenda Lai rence. Business Manager. During the 1987-88 Academic Year, the SGA performed its duties in grand style. Of special note was the prevailing spirit of uni among the students. (Upper Left) Olenthia Scarborough, presides at the Annual SGA Assembly, August, 1987. (Above L) Mrs. Margaret Davis congrat lates Prince on his speech for the occasion, "We Need A New Attitude.” The success of Prince’s administration proved how workable 1 ideas of "plus characteristics" were. 158s-z Getting an education is never an easy task, particularly if one is above the college-going age. Cognizant of the special needs of its more mature student population, Morris College instituted a new organization, NEONS (New Emphasis on Non-Traditional Students) during the 1986-87 Academic Year. Pictured above are the 1987-88 NEONS with their advisor. Front How (L to H) Yvonne Jennings, Joanne Dinkins. Middle Row — (L to R) Benita Duncan, Mildred White, Mammie Lemon. Zyretta McBeth, Rosa Brunson, Frances Miller. Back Row — (L to R) Jerry Shepherd, Caroline Brown, Carrie Adams, Vermeil Moore and Mrs. Q.VV. Spann, Advisor. |5pTHE GRADUATING CLASS OF 1988 — THE COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES I)r. Mary A. Vereen-Gordon, Academic Dean BACHELOR OF ARTS DEGREE Karen Alicia Artis Sociology Sumter ‘Kathy Anna Bradshaw Social Studies Scranton Aliska LaShaun Brown Liberal Studies Pawley’s Island •Rosa Brunson Social Studies Mayesville Stacy Michelle Burns Liberal Studies Inkster. Michigan •Vanessa Burrison Political Science History Ridgeland ’Anna Burt Sociology Summerville •Curtis L. Bynes, Jr. Social Studies Piscataway. N.J. •Taylor Clinton. Jr. Terri I.ynn Daniels Liberal Studies Lancaster cum laude Sociology Conway 'Francine Abrams Davis Sociology Sumter •Joseph Davis. Jr. Bobbin M. Du Bose English Hopkins cum laude Evelyn Verniece Edmonds Liberal Studies Lugoff cum laude •Annette Fortune English Santee cum laude English Lynchburg Maxcina Christina Gadsden Social Studies Charleston "Anthony Leon Hall Carol Bernice Hampton History T roy cum laude Sociology Timmonsville Palmer Elizabeth Johnson English Effingham •Sherry Johnson Social Studies Pinewood Donald R. Lawson Social Studies Bennettsville •Angelo Alonzo McBride Political Science History Sumter Vermelle Shannon Moore Religious Education Sumter •Robert Vcrnard Redick Tatsha Carincia Robertson Sociology Goldsboro. NC magna cum laude English Greenville Frank Robinson Liberal Studies Lancaster Gazell Scarborough. Jr. Liberal Studies Sumter i, Melissa Jocye Scrivens Social Studit s Brooksville. Fla. f Louis Ann Storrs Patricia Veronica Swint Sociology Timmonsville cum laude Sociology North Augusta Kurt Mariod Terry English Atlanta. Ga. •Calvin Turner English Edgefield Waymon Whitfield ‘Brett Wendell Williams Social Studies Anderson cum laude Political Science History Easley •Connie L. Williams •Sonji Reno Williams Liberal Studies Sumter cum laude English Sumter Sandra i ouise Wilson Sociology Bennettsville Darryl Albert Witherspoon Social Studies Sumter BACHELOR OF FINE ARTS DEGREE Michucl Columbus Foster Burton •Norman Eric Hill Rembert Marsha Denise Jenkins Edisto Island Patrick Henry Robinson. Jr. Graniteville Todd Alphonso Searcy, cum laude Atlanta. Ga. • Degree Requirements Completed Summer. 1987 Decree Requirements Completed December. 1987 BACHELOR OF SCIENCE DEGREE Carrie Polk Adams Business Administration Sumter "Mineto Stephine Anfield Business Administration Sumter •’Anna Benjamin Business Administration Lynchburg Constance Melissa Bennett Business Administration St. Stephen Wayne Derrick Bracey Business Administration Bethune Lillie Mae Brown Celestine Burgess Business Administration Lake City cum laude Business Administration Pinewood •Alexander Burton Mathematics Saluda •Ernest D. Coleman Business Administration Salters Patricia A. Dixon Mathematics Cheraw •Betty Arlene Dixs Julius Micheal Epps Business Administration Allendale cum laude Business Administration Alcolu Brenda 0. Evans Jennifer Anita Finkley Business Administration Lynchburn cum laude Angela F. Flowers Business Administration Myrtle Bech cum laude Biology- Lancaster Abbie C. Freeman Business Administration Timmonsville •Wayne Berauch Frinks Karen Demetrius Golman Business Administration Longs cum laude Gwendolyn Yvette Gregg Business Administration Greenville cum laude Mathematics Mayesville Teresa S. Hickmon •Bobbie Jean Hodge Business Administration Sumter cum laude Business Administration Sumter •Linda Lee Hudson Business Administration St. Charles Andrew Clinton Jackson Business Administration Florence Cynthia M. Jenkins •Juonzena 1-eFane Johnson Business Administration Rembert cum laude Yolanda Gale Johnson Mathematics Greenwood cum laude Business Administration Ridgeland •Vonda Elaine McCrea Mathematics Kingstree •Jacqueline McFadden Kathy Ann McFarland Business Administration I-ake City magna cum laude Trenita Victoria Manigault Business Administration Darlington cum laude Irene Marshall Business Administration Moncks Corner magna cum laude Carlette Yvonne Mitchell Biology Patrick cum laude Bernetha Moses Biology Edisto Island magna cum laude Business Administration Timmonsville David Wayne Moultrie Ethel N. Nelson Business Administration Walterboro magna cum laude Business Administration Davis Station Kathy Renea Nelson Business Administration Manning •Patricia Ann Nelson Business Administration Johns Island Renea Valisa Parker Roszetta Pinckney Business Administration Seneca cum laude Frederick Anton Prince Business Administration Charleston cum laude Business Administration Sumter Olenthia Serita Scarborough cum laude Christine Smith Business Administration Bishopville cum laude Gilbert Carl Sumter Business Administration Manning cum laude Joseph David Tucker Business Administration Hopkins cum laude Biology Ridgeway •Deborah Chevonne VaneatonMathcmutics Winston-Salem. NC •Nancy Elaina Vaughn Business Administration Sumter 160Gwendolyn Denise Walker magna cum laude Biology Bamberg Christine Washington cum laude Business Administration Summcrton Floyd Leon Washington Business Administration Sumter Richard Washington cum laude Business Administration Bishopville Marvin White Business Administration Ycmassee Darryl Maurice Williams Mathematics Pamplico Janice Patricia Williams magna cum laude Biology Springhill. Fla. Anita Felicia Wingate Mathematics Hartsville Loretta Michelle Wright cum laude Business Administration Lynchburn Degree Requirements Completed Summer. 1987. • Degree Requirements Completed December. 1987. THE SCHOOL OF RELIGION Dr. Isaiah Harvey, Dean BACHELOR OF DIVINITY DEGREE Willie C. Wright Sumter BACHELOR OF THEOLOGY DEGREE James Lester Hodges Jimmie Carroll Keller Bob Renrick Virgil L. Sullivan Bennettsville Greenville Travelers Rest Greenville THE MINISTERIAL CERTIFICATE BACHELOR OF SCIENCE DEGREE IN EDUCATION Geneva Howard Echols, magna cum laude Early Childhood Education Florence Sandra Jackson, cum laude Elementary Education Sumter •Norma Jean Singletary Health Science Lake City Dianne Stevenson, cum laude Health Science Tillman Thelma Ann Wells Health Science Sumter Mildred Moody White, cum laude Elementary Education Sumter ALPHA KAPPA MU HONOR SOCIETY Geneva Echols Brown Kathy McFarland Irene Marshall Ethel Nelson Frederick Prince Tats ha Robertson Gwendolyn Walker Richard Washington Janice Williams Charleston Extension Alfred Heyward Benjie Johnson Charles Mitchell Jessie Summers Cheraw Extension Gladys C. Cannady John L. Davis Charles Johnson Conway Extension John Delbert Floyd James [.egrand Langston. Jr. Mary Ruth Williams Florence Extension Fred Kelly Boyde McDaniel Isiah Myers Kingstree Extension Ezekiel Dennison Geneva Smalls Laurens Extension George Boyce Ernest Cannon Norris Turner Pineville Extension Austine Dillion Curtis Dingle Completed Requirements Summer. 1987 Completed Requirements December. 1987Claudine Lance Editor Kathy Lance Associate Editor We wish to express our keen appreciation to the staff that was officially constituted to put together the 1988 YEARBOOK. Their dedication and tireless energy enabled us to accomplish what seemed at times to be an impossible task. Therefore, to Chaundra Graham, typist, Mr. Junius Dowell and Dr. Jessie Taylor, advisors and Mrs. Rose Hudson, resource person, we say a special "thank you”. Also, for the kind support and encouragement of our President, Dr. Luns C. Richardson, and Academic Dean, Dr. Mary A. Vereen-Gordon and Dean of Student Affairs, Mrs. Eliza E. Black, we are eternally grateful. 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