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DOWN MEMORY LANE
CHARLES VINCENT MCKNIGHT. JR.
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.
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IN 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.
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