Agricultural and Technical State University - Ayantee Yearbook (Greensboro, NC)

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AYANTEE STUDENTS- m Te«luuta( Skte Uiuveuity NC A S T STATE UNIVUBBAFIV am. Dr, Ronald McNair I ' A GREAT AMERICAN Hero r M T Stat Unwefsrtv AN AGGIE AT HEART 1950-1986 ' ' ' The 94 th Annual Commencement of the North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University PROGRAM PRESIDING: EDWARD B. FORT, CHANCELLOR PROCESSIONAL: " Fanfare and Processional " (POMP AND CIRCUMSTANCE) University Band (Arranged by Edward Elgar) Johnny Hodge, Conductor INVOCATION Ralph M. Ross Director of Religious Activities GREETINGS FROM THE UNIVERSITY Edward B. Fort Chancellor GREETINGS FROM THE UNC GENERAL ADMINISTRATION Cleon F Thompson, Jr. Vice President for Student Services and Special Programs INTRODUCTION OF SPEAKER Edward B. Fort Chancellor MUSICAL SELECTION: " We Are the World " University Choir (Jackson and Richie) Sam Barber, Conductor COMMENCEMENT ADDRESS Major General • . . Charles D. Bussey ■ United States Army MUSICAL SELECTION: " 1 Shall Wear A Crown " Fellowship Gospel Choir (Thomas Whitfield) James E. Thomas, Director CONFERRAL OF HONORARY DEGREES . PRESENTATION OF COMMISSIONEES Edward B. Fort Chancellor Tate P Williams Professor of Aerospace Studies Willie R. Skinner Professor of Military Science SENIOR CLASS PRESENTATION Timothy Lake President, Senior Class MUSICAL SELECTION: " Eternal Father, Strong to Save " University Band (Claude T. Smith) Johnny Hodge, Conductor RECOGNITION Of- HONOR GRADUATING STUDENTS Nathan F. Simms, Jr. Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs PRESENTATION OF CANDIDATES FOR DEGREES Nathan F Simms. Jr. Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs CONFERRING OF DEGREES . . . Edward B. Fort Chancellor INDUCTION OF GRADUATES INTO THE NATIONAL ALUMNI ASSOCIATION: John Maye President, National Alumni Association, Inc. •THE ALMA MATER BENEDICTION. Ralph M. Ross Director of Religious Activities RFCESSIONAI : " Fanfare and Recessional " University Band (by James D. Ployhar) Johnny Hodge, Conductor RECEPTION TO FOLLOW IN EXHIBITION HALL •Audience Standing Sunday, May 5, 1985 11:00 A.M. SUMMER SCHOOL Combining Excellence with Comniitment- " IT ' S A WINNER " ! mmm t Dr. Ronald Smith, Assistant Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs B !MTE ?!?F V ; ?«a»Hii7UW»a!« TABLE OF CONTENTS THE STUDENTS OF NORTH CAROLINA AGRICULTURAL AND TECHNICAL STATE UNIVERSITY COMMENCEMENT SUMMER SCHOOL 1 2 JAMES THARRINGTON, PRESIDENT OF STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION DEBARA JENKINS, MISS A T 1985-86 STUDENTS OUR FUTURE BOARD OF TRUSTEES CHANCELLOR EDWARD B. FORT VICE CHANCELLORS SCHOOL DEANS THE 1985-86 AYANTEE YEARBOOK THEME DEDICATION STUDENT LIFE In Recognition Of . . . CLASSIFICATIONS STUDENT LIFE WHO ' S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES SOUTH AFRICA APARTHEID BLACK COLLEGE DAY HOMECOMING: FOUNDERS ' DAY MISS A T, 1985-86 ORGANIZATIONAL QUEENS ESCORTS CORONATION OF MISS A T 7 8 9 10 14 16 25 97 105 106 110 112 114 127 5 6 IBSBSXtHKOataSiBXBJB J SGA RECEPTION FOOTBALL GAME PARADE CHEERLEADERS UNIVERSITY BAND SPORTS EXTRA-CLASS ACTIVITIES MAZE CONCERT SCHOOLS AND COLLEGE OF CONCENTRATIONS LEARNING ASSISTANCE CENTER SUPPORTIVE SERVICES RECOGNIZED STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS A UNIVERSITY TRIBUTE STUDENT LIFE MLK BLACK HISTORY MONTH PROGRAMS ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT ADMINISTRATION ROTC MEMORIALS (168, 172, 252, 318, 319, 324) MEMORIUM INDEX 129 127 131 132 134 155 156 161 172 174 199 252 9B!!5; Si! ' eS SP?«a««aia»»tB»J)«iiJ5».- •MA ' %-m:i i- ;i STUDENTS STUDENTS STUDENTS o u R F U T U R E BOARD OF TRUSTEES Thomas J. Elijah Rex Harris Roy H. Harris Don Lowe Jesse Jackson James C. Johnson McArthur Newell, (Chairman) William C. Parker Elizabeth Randolph James D. Rash Larry Sitton John R. Taylor, Jr. James Tharrington Otis E. Tillman Winston-Salem, North Carolina Fayetteville, North Carolina Greensboro, North Carolina Greensboro, North Carolina Washington D.C. Greensboro, North Carolina Greensboro, North Carolina Greensboro, North Carolina Charlotte, North Carolina Charlotte, North Carolina Greensboro, florth Carolina Greensboro, North Carolina Greensboro, North Carolina High Point, North Carolina S 5 " -T - ' 0M.: -a s fce 3v.» ,:? DR. EDWARD B. FORT CHANCELLOR mammmmm VICE CHANCELLORS DR. NATHAN SIMMS ACADEMIC AFFAIRS MR. CHARLES MC INTYRE FISCAL AFFAIRS SBiii DR. ALBERT SMITH DEVELOPMENT AND UNIVERSITY RELATIONS DR ROLAND E. BUCK STUDENT AFFAIRS E:-r=BO(- C?;TV ]YHifE M«asi ium»ivf«, msms :ss . SCHOOL DEANS DR, BURLEIGH C WEBB SCHOOL OF AGRICULTURE DR, WILLIAM DELAUDER COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES DR. OUIESTER CRAIG SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS DR. ALBERT WALKER SCHOOL OF EDUCATION DR SURESH CHANDRA SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING MRS. MARGARET WARREN SCHOOL OF NURSING DR. ALBERT SPRUILL GRADUATE SCHOOL fflHKI STUDENTS THE OF ... - CAROLINA AGRlctrr , STATE UNIVERSITY i 13 HBraW BBBBBS THE 1985-86 AYANTEE YEARBOOK IS DEDICATED TO AN A T SCHOLAR . . . DR. ROLAND E. BUCK VICE CHANCELLOR FOR STUDENT AFFAIRS PROGRAM DIVERSIFICATION: DEVELOPING ACTIVITIES TO ACCOMMODATE THE SPECIAL NEEDS OF INTERNATIONAL AND MINORITY STUDENTS. FOCUS ATTENTION ON THE COUNSELING AND PROGRAMMATIC NEEDS OF COMMUTER AND ADULT STUDENTS. RESTRUCTURING OF THE SERVICES PROVIDED BY STUDENT HEALTH SERVICES TO AC- COMMODATE THE SPECIAL HEALTH NEEDS OF OUR STUDENTS. CONTINUE TO INCREASE THE LEVEL OF CONSCIOUSNESS AMONG FACULTY REGARDING THE ROLE OF STUDENT AFFAIRS. COMPUTERIZATION OF SERVICES PROVIDED BY STUDENT AFFAIRS. EXPAND STUDENT AFFAIRS CONTRIBUTION TO RETENTION AND ENROLLMENT STABILIZATION BY CONTINUING TO PROVIDE QUALITY SERVICES TO STUDENTS. CONTINUE TO REVIEW THE HOUSING SITUATION WITH A VIEW TO ELIMINATING MAIN- TENANCE AND REPAIR PROBLEMS AND BECOME ACTIVELY INVOLVED IN IMPLEMENTING AND EXPANDING THE RANGE OF PROGRAMS OFFERED WITHIN THE RESIDENCE HALLS. CONTINUE TO REFURBISH STUDENT ROOMS AND PUBLIC AREAS IN THE RESIDENCE HALLS. CONTINUE TO PROVIDE STAFF DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITIES FOR STAFF AT ALL LEV- ELS. CONTINUE TO PROVIDE AN EXPANDED BASE FOR EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION BETWEEN STUDENT AFFAIRS PERSONNEL AND STUDENTS. DR. ROLAND E. BUCK Vice Chancellor For Student Affairs Dedication STUDENT mmmmmm Dr. Albert E. Smith VICE CHANCELLOR FOR DEVELOPMENT AND UNIVERSITY RELATIONS i iliiesi liiiii STUDENT IN RECOGNITION OF . . . DR. DOHOTHY ALSTON SPECIAL ASSISTANT TO THE CHANCELLOR FOE ADMINISTRATIVE AFFAIRS DR. NATHAN SIMMS VICE CHANCELLOR FOR ACADEMIC AFFAIRS IN PURSUIT OF EXCELLENCE MR. BENJAMIN RAWLINS SPECIAL ASSISTANT TO THE CHANCELLOR FOR LEGAL AFFAIRS Dr. Albert E. Smith DR. SULLIVAN A. WELBOBNE, JH. ASSISTANT VICE CHANCELLOR FOR STUDENT AFFAIRS VICE CHANCELLOR FOR DEVELOPMENT AND UNIVERSITY RELATIONS DIVISION ,«A OF STUDENT AFFAIRS I FASHION SHOW STAFF APPRECIATION DAY 1985 t pes- - Tr 2 T]M y ' r ' - ' ' y-y} STUDENT LIFE Ml L IN AGGIELAND s T U D E N T S T H E O F STUDENTS— THE HEART OF OUP CAMPUS! TOM— DEBARA— CHRIS i i DAVID— THE " DJ " YES . . . MICHAEL! AMIR AND HAMID RELAXING! Bonne Lovelace Harvin Hiram Chris Onyemem Audrey Alexander Debra Lay N C A T S T A T E U N I V E R S I T -» Y PEER ADVISORS ALWAYS LENDING A HELPING HAN? DR. SANDRA ALEXANDER— ADVISOR ADVISING LEADERSHIP PROGRAM p ' -3 n CO o td ' " " " " ■ " " THE HEART CAMPUS STUDENTS ' nT " - ' . ' ' HH FRESHMEN SOPHOMORES JUNIORS SENIORS .i«,««,..; « .«. «,««.« New Freshman Orientation 1985 North Carolina A T State University 100% CONCENTRATION Freshmen . . . Reaching Higher Heights Of Awareness N FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS ' ; Mohammed B. Abdullah Matthew Able Marcus H. Alford Glenwood Allen, II Angela Alston Francine Alston Marvin Alston Derek Anderson Daniel Andrews Bernadine Anthony J Greg Austin j LaSonya Austin « Loretta Avery ' ' Nian Avery ym Monique Bryant Tammie Bryant James Buie Pamela Bumbrey Sheila Burch Kevin Burns Robert Belton Stephanie Y. Baker Windy Barber _ April Barnett Joe Berry Keith Blackwell Antonio Blackley Waymond Blassengale, III Andrew A. Blizzard Felicia Bolden Anthony Bratton Michaela Brewington Stephanie Bromell Henry Brooks Felicia Brown Willie B. Brown David Bryant Dwan Barnes Tinna Carter Celeste D. Chambers Tonia Cherry Lisa Chisolm Marcie Chrisp Christina Clark Eyvonne Clay Conchita Cooke Stephanie Council Vida Covington Michael A. Crenshaw Nannette Crews Stephen Cromer Belinda Currie Kimberly Curtis Sherron Dale Kimberly Jo Daniels Sandra Daniels James Daughtry Adrian Davis Monique Davis Rodney Davis Hazel Deloath Kenneth Dick Barry Dillard Bruce Dixon, III Kenneth Drinkard Andrea Drumgold Tony Dunbar Andre Druham Tony P. Eadie John Edmonds Pleshette Edwards Mary Ellerbe Tania Ellerbe Yolanda Ellerbe Christopher Evans John Evans Guaw a Ferguson Satrina Ford Paulette Foster Danise Fox » : ' . 6 %?. lyTTl Tracey Foxx Karen Frazier Clarida Frederick Rashel Freeman Saundra Fry bC ' -i Roderick Gallow?ay Robyn Gaskins Kim Gibson Daniel Godfrey A Goodson James Graham Bridgette Gray Brian Green Natalie Green Cheryl Gresham Harry Griffin Victor Griffin Traci Gullick Jacelyn Hairston Regina Hairston Tammy Hairston Robert Harvey Geddie Henri Sandra Herring Joanna Hill Denise Hilliard Kimberly Hines Marsha Hines Truely Hines April Hinson Peggie Hinton Terry Home Robin Howards Valerie Hudson Sabrena Huggins Vicentay Huling Brian Jackson Donovan Jackson Felicia Jacobs James Jarman 34 0 I L. - B Kim lenkins T! -. A Rodney Johns - Kimberly A. Johnson |, Teresa Johnson V Vanessa Johnson Vera C. Johnson Vickie Johnson Andrea Jones Anita Jones Kirk E. Keyes 1 Joseph King Cornelious Lamberth Sharon Land Hans Lassiter Crystal Lee Denotra Lee Harrell Lee Veda Lewis Sabrina Lindsay I Michele Linney I r !«k!« (|fj % Amor Little Lisa Little Verschello Little Debora D, Lloyd Barry London Bonne Lovelace Marc R. Lowery Racine M. Lowery Xenia Lutz Vanessa Lynch r v «m 35 Ferrante Mack Derrick Martin LaVonna S. Martin Loistine Matthews Robin Maxwell Kenneth Maynor Melvin Mayo Ahcia McCain Lamar McCowan Cassandra T. McDowell Patrice McGill Sonya Mcllwain Dwayne Mclntyre Tonya McKoy Samantha McLeod Dante McMurren Anthony McNair Brian McPherson Natalie A McQueen Sharon Meadors Vera Melvin George D. Miller James Miller Stephanie Miller Derrick Mims Fay Monroe Kimberly Monroe William Montgomery Albert Moore George Moore f ' to., .-( »»-. Greg Moore Kathy Moore Shevene Moore Sylvia Moore Janie Morning Latrice Morris LaShon M. Moton Vicie Mumford Arthur C Myles Kendrick Newman Angela Nicholson Keith O ' Neal Osborne Natasha Gina Page Samuel Palmer Kerry Parker Maxine Parker Robert L. Parker Tiffany Parker Jacquelyn Patrick Tanya Patterson LaSonya Payne Andrea Y. Pearson Jessica Perry Lawrence Peterson Patricia Peterson Vickie Phelps Karen Phillips Linaro Powell Tashia Powell Darene Pridgen Kowana Ragland Christien Redwood Frederick Reives Gina Reed Cynthia Richardson James Ricks Mark Robinson Ronald C. Robinson Wanda Robinson Cecil Rodinson Annie L. Rogers Asaer Rogers Dave Rogers Howard Rogers Rhonda Sanders Kenneth Sandiford Brian Scott Shantha Scott Jeffrey Shears 38 RI T ' ' " ' ' ' ?! " ' Anthony Rollins Kevin Roseborough Kim Rucker Carlton Russell Kristen Rutledge Angela Sheppard Mikele Simkins Tania Simmons Arlene Simpson Jill Simpson Alexis Singletary Felicia Singletary Brian Sledge Angela Smith Mary Ann Smith Tracey Smith M. Smithers Christopher Solomon Gregory Squire Dutchess Staton Ken Steele Patrick Steele Nicole Stephens Trebbie Stephens Mark Stokes Swynette Stone Malinda Sutton Cassandra Taylor Belinda Terry Eric Thomas Janet Thomas Shirley Thomas Shirley Thomas Luther Thompson Ellenor Tinsley John Turner Joseph Turner Kevin Turner Michelle Twyman Gregory Ussery Glenda Waddell Byron Walston Mirando Walton Tammy Ware Tonya Washington ' Herman Webb Sabrina Whitaker Garnette White Lee Wiggins Alien T. Williams Denise Williams Eddie Williams, Jr. Henry Williams Patricia Williams Sonya Williams Yvette Williams Tyrone Williamson Matthan I. Wilson Patricio Wilson Sylvester Woodland Walthea Yarbrough Thomas Yellock Tracey Young FACULTY PROFILE: DR. CHARLES L. HAYES 1985—86 William Brown, Tenor Lyceum Series At North Carolina A T State University Tony Brown Ramsey Lewis Lecture . . Concerts Jazz Drama Author of a nationally syndicated column, also called Tony Brown ' s Journal, and founding dean of Howard University ' s School of Communications, Brown has won an audience that crosses race lines by taking black issues and relating them to the whole of society. . . William Brown, TENOR. Besides his busy concert and operatic schedules, he is currently a Professor of Voice at the University of North Florida in Jackson- ville. Jazz Drummer Max Roach in concert with A T Jazz En- semble, Student Union Ballroom. . . . Paul Robeson Theatre presents . . . " Miss Lydia, Croesus and the Witch, Eden, Eubie, The Peacemaker, Sister Mary Ignatius Explains, The Annual One-Act Play Festival. " Art Exhibits Taylor Art Gallery. Haitian Paint- ings and Sculpture, paintings and Prints by Tekoui Quaye, Toussaint L ' Overture Exhibition, Annual Student Show, and Solo show by Benny Andrews. k READ AND WRITE AND STUDY HARD! D.C. BRINGING OUT THE BEST! WANDA AND FRIENDS! YVETTA ... YOU KNOW THE JERRY AND TN ■ ■ WELL! BOSS MEN JJ ■ U . CAREER DAY . lU h Sponsored By: Career Planning Placement . . . Mr. Leon Warren Director SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS 100% PERSPIRATION STRUGGLING James Allen Stephen Alston Tara Atkins Alexander Audrey Millicent Austin Robin Baines Sonya Baker Thomas Best Sheila Black Carlita Boyd LaTrenda Boyd Terrence Boyd Alicia Britt Donna M. Brooks Ernest Broom Gregory Burt James Bu tler Lavreen Byron Eric Caesar LaRhonda Cain Kenneth Campbell Pat Campbell Rodney Campbell Michael Carey Darrell K. Carson P !» ' ; TT --T ' 7T i:-?- 7:- T?yj Michelle Brown Venetia Brown Tina Bryant Mary Bullock Lisa Bumphus ' Michele Cherry Eric Chisholra Wendi Chisman Marvin Christian Benjamin Clark Renee Clark Jeffrey Cloud Donza Ricardo Cole Chris Colman Angie Cooley Pamela Corbitt Natalie Corry Stephanie Cousin Wayne Covial Blair Cowan Reuben Cummy Theora F. Cumbee Michele Dalton Monica Dancy Alphonzo Davis Alton Davis Courtenay Davis Byron Degraffenredt Annie Depree Odett Devane Lajuan Doleman loanie Douglas Paul Durham Keith Easter Beverly Ebron Yolanda Engram Vaughn Evans Paul Faulkner Kristopher Feaster Renee Femlabough Ovedia Foust Mark Freeman Carla Fulford Chris Fuller Beryl Gaines Steve Garvin Patrick Gedie James Glenn George Glover Douglas Good Cheryl Gray Gwendolyn Harden Carlton Hardy Ingrid Hargett Kathy Harris Monica A. Hedgepeth Edward L. Helm Eric Henderson Veressa Hendrix Andrea Henry Michelle Hodges Gary Holmes Alan Hooker Jerome Irby Mandell Jackson Jonathan R. Jenkins i LaFonda Jerrigan Ernest Johnson Darrell Johnson Ovane Johnson Richard Johnson Carl Jones James E. Jones, Jr. KoKetta Jones Meldan Jones Natahe Jones Sabrina L. Jones James Kearse , Walter A. Kennedy Kenneth Keyes Daniel E. Knight, Jr. David Langley Kenneth Lash Debbie Lay Alfred Leak Adrienne Leath Cassandra Ledbetter Benita Lewis Don Lewis v-i ) Beverly Lindsay Marvin Lindsay Michelle Lucas Bernita Mack i Chucky Maldonado Bonner Mario sKmmmmmmmmmmmM I Constance Mathis Alma Mayes Tonya McCall Stephanie McCullers Deborah McDougal Clemente McWilliams Kenny Mills Wanda G. Mitchell William B. Mitchell Sheray Mize Jeffrey Monrow William B. Moses Shahidah Muhammad Michael G. Nathan Terry Neal Deirdre Neblett Cynthia Nelson Tammy Nichols Tony Outerbridge Angela Palmer Charles N. Parker Ernest Parker Ernest Pendleton Allison Pope Paul Powell Kimberly C. Pugh Charlene Pulley John Reason Cedric Reid Patrick Reives i Jl Joan M. Rich Denise Richmond Vanessa Richmond Thomas Ritchie Lecia Robinson Byrd A. Rodney LaVonda Rogers Regina Rowells David Session Leroy Sharpe, Jr. Lynn Shaw Mike Sheehan luannetta Silver Addie Simmons Shernan Simmons Wanda Simpson Janice Smith Leroy Smith, III Sharon Southerland Helena Staten Donna Stewart Wanda O. Taylor Beverly E. Threatt Louise Thomas Todd Tucker Sonja Twirty Monty Wallace Claudia Walker y Freddie B. Walker Robert Walker John Ward Percy Warren Rodney Washington Kimberly Watson Irene Whitaker Sheena Whitley Lawrence Wilder Samuel Wilkins Angela Williams Clara Williams Gerald Williams Maerena Williams Rita Williams Sylvia Williams Tony Williams Barbara Willoughby David Wilson Derrick Wilson Cynthia Womack Michael T. woods Rosalan Woods Angela Wrighl Rustobi Wrighter Jennifer Youngblood ALWAYS A PART OF THE CONSTRUCTION GANG! Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. I JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS CAMELA S. OVERBY PRESIDENT STEPHENIE TIDWELL VICE-PRESIDENT CURTIS L. RICHARDSON SECRETARY KEVIN T. CORLEY TREASURER ANGELA GARLAND MISS JUNIOR « 100% DEDICATION | 4! REACHING FOR THE MARK— (100%) Freshmen Sophomores Juniors Karla Adkins Tammy V. Alexander Angela Almon i -. Andre N. Anderson, III Theodore Anderson Kabiru Badamasi Russell Beaty Natalie Belcher Vetia Bennett Tyjuana S Best Albert B Blake Anthony Bostic Latherio Boyd Carol Braswell Okarsamaa Brooks Kimberly Brown Reginald Brown Robert Brown Michael Brunson Wanda Carter Tracy Cephas LaJoy Cheek Edwina Chestnut Lemont Coleman Mashell Connor Mildred Cooper Leon N Crawford, Jr Connie Cutner Alanna Davis Allen Davis s« Danita K. Davis Judy Davis Noah Davis Tina M. Edwards Evetta Evans Arthur Farabee Geanetta Field Dametre Fisher Detrice Galloway Melanie George Romia Gore Leonard Griffin Tonya Hamlett Sidney Hargro Johnny Hedgepeth Lolita Hesier Carla Hinton Vicki Hinton Gregory Home •V Vincent Hunt Tony Ingram Rhonda S. Johnson Melvin Jones Jacquetta Kearney Darnevy Law Evetta Lawrence Kenneth E. LeGrand ■ k Natasha Lewis l " Michelle Littlejohn Melanie Martin Cleo Mason George McCromick Christine McNeill Karen Mickens Stacey Middleton LaWanda Miller Florestine Mills Jeneen Mingo Daryl V. Mitchell Jairus Moore James Moore Valerie Mo ore Rhonda Murdock Olander Myers Kecia O ' Neal Camela Overby Theresa Owens Derek Parker Paul A. Parsons Larry Payne Frances Pendleton Lawrence Ferry Keith Peten Robert Pompey, Jr. Vincent L. Quiett mtSm I Allen D. Robinson, III Ronald Roundtree Simona Ross Mildred Seaman Reginald L. Sharpless ' Dawn Smith Keven Smith Rhonda L. Smith Temerial Simmons Jill Solomon Melonise Spinks Brenda Stewart Jacqueline Stewart Nathaniel Sullivan Catherine D. Swan Inger Swimpson Derrick Taylor Parlyn Thurman William B. Timmons Sonya Towns Brian Vanderpool Berdenia Walker Bridget Wall Alvin Wallace Darryl Wallace Wanda L. Whitley Roy Wilkins Carie Williams Donna Williams Stacy Williams 7- Emily Wilson Eric L. Wilson NELSON LEE . . . AN AGGIE AT HEART. 11 ■■i ' Jk d FACULTY PROFILE . . . DR. HENRY CAMERON jirri ail n FACULTY PROFILE . DR. WYATT KIRK ENJOYING TIME NC A T STATE UNIVERSITY Dedicated Students li E yT ' rT ' i T rTTT ' n? ' ?. ' - ;-;r tws SENIOR CLASS orncERS CRAIG M. JOSEPH PRESIDENT MILTON SHAW VICE-PRESIDENT JAMES A. BURNEY SECRETARY ERIC B. GRIFFIN TREASURER PATTY JEAN CYRUS MISS SENIOR It does not matter the organization Willie Allen Industrial Technology Angela Alston Business Administration Michael L. Alston Business Administration Robin Anderson Electrical Engineering Andre Artis Accounting Matthan Arukwe Industrial Engineering Gwendolyn Augborn Business Administration Beverly Autry Business Administration r The Blue Gold will stand for A T- I Tommy Barnes Safety Driver Education Todd W. Barron Mass Communications Charlie E. Batts Industrial Technology (Electronics) lay Beagles Industrial Technology Willie R. Bell Music Education Emanuel Bello Industrial Education Mary Best Early Childhood Education Terry L. Best Agricultural Education Eartha I. Black Kenneth Boddie Barry Booth Electrical Engineering HPER Architectural Engineering " The Alma Mater ... " Lorelle S. Borvie Business Administration ■1 As we sing our Alma Mater- Regina F. Boykin Computer Science James Brame j Industrial Technology ! Pamela C. Branch Early Childhood Education Jesse L. Britt, Jr. Industrial Technology (Automotive) Breathiner Brown Computer Science Darryl E. Brown Industrial Technology (Electronics) Edward Brown Computer Science Lillie Brown Economics Richard A. Brown Industrial Engineering Terrence Brown Industrial Engineering 66 Let US remember to keep it solid I We must take the risk — Timothy D. Brown Electrical Engineering Tract Brown Speech Communications Venita Brown Laboratory Animal Science Angela S. Bryant Business Administration Kelvin Bryant Business Administration Roger Bryant Agriculture — Business Althea Buncum Electrical Engineering Rich ard Burgwyn Accounting WE BELIEVE WE MADE PROGRESS MORE READILY BECAUSE OF A PATTERN OF LIFE SHAPED BY CERTAIN VALUES. WE ARE GLORIOUSLY INFILLED WITH A PREPARATION OF KNOWLEDGE TO BE SHARED WITH OTHERS. WE ARE THE HEART OF OUR GREAT UNIVERSITY. Beverly Burke Dietetics Renitta Burt Computer Science " From Dare to Cherokee 67 i All Human Behaviors, Seek To Achieve Objectives And Goals— Shelia Cameron Business Management Georgen M. Campbell Industrial Technology Terry Campbell Biology Barbara Carter Safety Driver Education Carolyn E. Carter Mass Communications Priscilla A. Carter Business Administration Ronnie Carter Industrial Technology (Electronics) Crystal L. Casey Accounting Timothy E. Caviness Business Administration Wanda K. Ceres Business Administration Lee A Chatman Computer Science David Clinton Accounting " DEAR A T, DEAR A T, " ■ Our University Is More Than Many, It Is . . Phyllis Cole Administrative Services Brigitte D. Coles Computer Science Angela L. Coley Chemistry Richie Collins Industrial Technology Pamela P. Cooke Business Administration Alvm Corbett Mechanical Engineering Deandre P. Cornitfe Electrical Engineering Cassandra Cotton Accounting Gregg Crawiord Industrial Technology Tonya A. Crawford Electrical Engineering Michael C. Crittendon Accounting Patty Jean Cyrus Computer Science " A MONUMENT INDEED r 69 r i Albert Davis Electrical Engineering We Gather Science And We Gather Art- Herbert J. Davis II Business Administration James V. Davis Business Administration Lovely M. Dawson Economics Patricia Deans Administrative Services Denise R. Depass Dietetics Tonia Dew Industrial Engineering Beverly D. Dickens Dietetics Stephanie P. Diggs Business Administration (Marketing) Hebrew L, Dixon, III Architectural Engineering Felecia G. Drew Electrical Engineering John Driver Industrial Technology " AROUND THY BASE WITH GRATEFUL HEARTS With New dimensions and possibilities — Shirley Douglas Administrative Services Harry O- Dunston Industrial Technology Carrie ]. Edmonds Accounting Amy Evans Accounting loan M. Evans Clothing Textile Kyle Everett Computer Science Elizabeth Faucette Early Childhood Charlotte Feaster Biology Kristal Feggins Electrical Engineering John Felder Business Administration Bennie Felton Speech Pathology Angela R. Fisher Electrical Engineering ' BEHOLD THY STUDENTS KNEEL! " ■I Patently— A revealing change of growth Chantal E. Fleming Psychology David Folk, Jr. Electrical Engineering Frankie M. Ford Industrial Engineering Tamara Foulks Business Administration Jacqueline Franklin Accounting Pamela Frederick Early Childhood Education Jacqueline C. Fuller Industrial Technology Kevin T. Fuller Food Science Charlton P. Galloway Mechanical Engineering ' WE BLESS THE POWER THAT GAVE THEE BIRTH Yolanda M. Foster Electrical Engineering Patrick D. Freeman Industrial Technology Regina L. Gannaway Electrical Engineering Knowledge, Attitudes and Skills- Donald George Industrial Technology Monate Gilliard Accounting Veronica B. Godfrey Animal Science Hilda Goins Electrical Engineering Debra Gore Mechanical Engineering Keith A. Graham Accounting Patricia Graham Home Economics Education Bernard Grant English Bonita Graves Clinical Dietetics Stephanie Graves Professional Speech Johnnie R. Gray Electrical Engineering Hardy Grayling Industrial Tecanology " TO HELP US IN OUR NEED With an accumulation of insight and vision Eric B. Griffin Business Administration Marvae Grimes Speech Mass Communications Samuel Haith, Jr. Accounting Sheba A. Hall Administrative Services Earvin Hamilton Mechanical Engineering William E. Harrell, Jr. English tfl l k ' " " i i _ j5. k Hk h Lillie Ann Harris Computer Science Gary Harrison Computer Science Wanda E. Hart Computer Science La ' Trenda Henry Professional English Sharita Henry Biology Robert O. Herbin Business Administration " WE ' LL EVER STRIVE WHILE HERE ON EARTH Encountering challenges and accomplishments- OUie C. Herring Political Science Quanita C. Hicks Roy I. Hicks Early Childhood Education Industrial Technology Rebecca Hill Early Childhood Education Linda Hodges Industrial Engineering Nadine D. Hodges Computer Science lames F Hooks Safety Driver Education Levethel Howell Accounting Darrell T. Houston Industrial Technology Sharon Humphrey Fashion Merchandising Alisa Humphries Industrial Engineering Darryl T. Hurst Professional History " ALL LOYALTY TO YIELD Enjoy the highest prestige — Emeka Iheanacho Industrial Education Ikyoiwen Innocent Industrial Education James Isaac, III Computer Science Jeffrey James Mechanical Engineering Mario A. Jardine Industrial Technology Anthony Jenkins Computer Science Angela C. Johnson Computer Science Donna Johnson Biology Gregory Johnson Industrial Engineering Jeffrey Johnson Leola S. Johnson Accounting Industrial Technology 76 " WITH JOY, ... " — _ W ' W ' rm. ' -.-p mmmmm Louvern Johnson Business Administration Be counted- Michael L. Johnson Computer Science Cathy Jones Business Administration Darryl K. Jones Industrial Technology Kimberely C. Jones Business Administration Mark F. Jones Industrial Technology Michael Jones Computer Science Phoebe O. Jones Social Work Roderick E. Jones Industrial Technology Terrie D. Jones Management Craig M, Joseph Business Economics Carla Y. ludkins Social Work Pamela Justice Early Childhood Education " WITH JOY r At best, be actively in charge Graham R. Keys, Jr. Industrial Engineering Cassandra A. Kitchen Transportation Clifford Knight Art (Design) Avery Landrum Industrial Technology Novella Latta Business Administration George Lawrence Agricultural Education Hatch Leah Social Work Evangeline Leak Clothing Textiles Leander T. Leak Business Administration Deirdre Lewis Banking and Finance Mario C. Lewis Industrial Technology Tracy Lindsay Business Management " DEAR A. T.-... " The time has come, dear A. T. — Ronald J. Unney Electrical Engineering Albert Litsalo Inductrial Education Margaret Little Banking Finance Timothy Little Industrial Technology Beverly Livingston Animal Science Tamara Long Accounting Donna M. Lovelace Speech Communication Carolyn O. Lowrery Business Administration Adriane Lowrie Computer Science Keith E. Mackey Computer Science Cassandra D, Manning Social Work Melissa Marshall Child Development " THY STUDENTS TURN FROM THEE They have learned— who, what, where, when, why and how- Sonja Marshall Art (Design) Angela Martin Business Administration Shelly C. Martin Professional Biology Anthony McFadden Architectural Engineering Kalund McKains Electrical Engineering Rosemary McLaurin Social Work Jerry L. McMillan Computer Science Mary A. McNeil Chemistry Roslyne McNeill Accounting Gloria A. McQueen Accounting Tony McWilliams Computer Science Wallace Means Business Administration " TO SPREAD THEIR TROPHIES YEAR BY YEAR i With Understanding- Michelle Y. Mebane Business Administratioii Darlene Mercer English Jacqueline Mercury Fashion Merchandising Jesse Miller, Jr. Industrial Technology Kenneth R Miller Industrial Technology Vicky Mills Mass Communications Buelah Minor Chemistry Pamela E. Monroe Speech Communications Kaye Moody Business Administration Douglas Moore Business Management Rosa Moore Accounting Subrenia R Moore Social Work " FROM DARE TO CHEROKEE On Our Rings and Degrees- Saundra Morehead Business Education Maria L. Morse Political Science Joyce Moses Business Administration Desiree Murphy Mass Communications Donzelle Murray Business Administration Usman Mustapha Industrial Arts Education Dwayne Myers Accounting Christopher Ndukwu Business Administration Kimberely Neal Business Administration Marlin D. Newman Electrical Engineering Jeffery A, Nixon Transportation Mark A. Norrell Architectural Engineering " DEAR A. T., DEAR A. T.-THE SIGNET THOU SHALT BE, ' m w mm m With Pride and Aggie Spirit — Gwendolyn M Nunnally Business Administration Howard Oliver Economics Tony Oni Industrial Technology Kenneth Owens Accounting Marcia L. Owens Industrial Education Richard Parham Industrial Technology Lewis A. Parker Mechanical Engineering Natalie Parker Business Administration Julian R. Patterson Computer Science Veutus Pauling, Jr. Computer Science Richard R. Peacock Industrial Engineering Rosita Penn Business Administration " SET BY OUR OWN GREAT COMMONWEALTH 83 Let All Seniors Rise!- Sherri L. Penn Accounting Denise Peppers Business Administration Alesia Powell Mass Communications Michael Powell Mechanical Engineering Stephanie C. Proctor Accounting Terrie Propst Administrative Services Chanetta Ramey Accounting Eushama Randolph Psychology Victor L Ray Computer Science Kim Raynor Accounting William E. Reid Industrial Technology Cynthia M. Rhett Accounting 84 " PROUD BOASTER OF THE FREE- Our Faculty and Instructors Recognize Differentiation and Innovation- Bobby Richards, Ir. Business Management Lucy Richardson Accounting Sharon I. Richardson Administrative Services Malcolm Roberts Mass Communications Anthony Robinson Industrial Technology Damon C. Robinson Economics Debra Robinson Computer Science Kara A Rochelle Industrial Technology Marvin A Ross Safety Driver Education Blissette Royal Business Administration lody Rucker Business Administration Justine Rush Computer Science " SHE ' D HAVE THE RECORD OF HER WORTH Sonia Russ Agricultural Engineering Senior Status and Social Order— " Unique ' Reginald Salaam Early Childhood Education Monique Satterwhite Social Work Norma D. Scales , Art (DESIGN) j Sharline Schneider French Professional Education Cheryl Y Self Industrial Engineering Donald Sellers Mass Communications Ronald K. Sellers Accounting Milton Shaw Accounting lames Sifford Computer Science Benjamin W Simmons, Jr. Marketing leremy Simmons Architectural Engineering " ON GRANITE NOT INSCRIBED Agricultural, Arts Sciences, Business and Economics, Education, Engineering, Graduate, Nursing — Our Seniors! Marilyn D Sledge Computer Science Demetricus Smith Accounting Roderick Smith Accounting Vanessa Smith Mass Communications Wilbert Smith, Jr. Industrial Technology Tracy R. Spellman Industrial Engineering Deborah Spivey Landscape Architecture Andrea Spool Architectural Engineering Clyde Springfield, Jr. Accounting Rhonda E Stewart Laboratory Animal Science Sonya V. Stewart Electrical Engineering Dmitri L. Stockton Accounting ' NAY LET THE CHILDREN OF HER BIRTH PROCLAIM IT BY THEIR LIVES Carlton Suber Industrial Technology With Many Ideas Expressed- Tammy Su ggs Transportation Anita Tapp Administrative Services Cynthia M. Taylor Computer Science Deborah Taylor Computer Science Monterio Taylor Business Administration Sylvia L. Taylor Industrial Engineering James Tharrington Speech and Theatre Education Charlene Thomas Industrial Technology Janet R. Thomas Computer Science Alvin A. Thompson Social Science Phyllis Thompson Business Administration ' DEAR A. T., DEAR A. T., HENCE FORTH OUR AIM SHALL BE Higher Education — North, South, East, West- Gloria Thornton Electrical Engineering Kudo Tifin Vocational Industrial Education W. Adebayo Tijani Building Construction Croliss C Tootle Industrial Technology Kyle Truitt Carol A Tyson Mary L. Umstead Susan Upperman Industrial Engineering Speech Mass Communications Computer Science Psychology Antwian R. Vandyke Engineering Physics Brenda F. Vann Early Childhood Education Christine Vincent Administrative Services Alyce C. Vital Accounting " BY PRECEPT WISE AND DEEDS MORE SURE TO BLESS THE STATE THROUGH THEE ... " Seniors— Effectively Meet tlie Demands Alethia V. Wade Business Administration Alvin Walker English Robin Walker Art (Design) Sandra P Walker Architectural Engineering Kenneth E Waller Computer Science Valerie Warren Architectural Engineering Debrann Wahsington Nursing Selena D. Washington Business Administration Gregory L. Waters Computer Science Teresa L Watson Professional Biology Wilsonia Watson Business Administration " THE ARTS OF INDUSTRY TO YIELD AGAINST THE IDLE FOE, Bonita West Social Work . I ' Miammmmmmtp.- Vision, Foresight and Wisdom- David West, Jr. Jimmie West Teresa White Industrial Technology Business Administration Computer Science Darryl D. Wiley Industrial Technology Pamela L. Wilkes Industrial Arts Education Benjamin Williams Computer Science David Williams Industrial Technology Dianiece Williams Management I. Williams Architectural Engineering Lawrence Williams Computer Science Pamela Williams Industrial Technology " A HARVEST RICH FROM RIPENED FIELDS Wanda Williams Child Development Wanda Williamson Business Administration Perfection ... the Rest Is Success! Karen Witherspoon Business Administration Angela L. Womack Business Administration Regina Womble Business Administration Keith Wood Business Administration Anthony Woodard Mechanical Engineering Darryl M. Woodard Industrial Technology Anita M. Wright Business Administration Gloria Wynn Professional Speech Theatre Arts Letha A. Young Professional Theatre " OF WHAT THY STUDENTS SOW. Elon F Zeizler Industrial Engineering maii t mtmia i. MR MINKS, INSTRUCTOB Physical Science Classroom Laboratory Concentrations N C A T CLASSROOM PROJECTS IS THIS A BIOLOGY CLASS? OR . PROFESSOR HELPS ANTHONY WITH WHAT! : mu ' gmiimff. ' !i£simBmsismj:, DIGIT CIRCLE L-R: Harold R. Evans (President), Linwood Edwards, Stephanie Reaves, Mary Umstead, Hero I (Mascot), Brenda J. Nowlin, Mike Johnson, Carol L. Braswell, Deborah Woodard, Back row: Chip Potter, Mike Smith, Hatem Abuahmad, Dr. Gilbert Casterlow, Jr., (Faculty Advisor), Jacob J. Watkins (Treasurer), Sharon S. Leslie (Secretary), Donald Tilery, Edward Brown (Vice President). CLUB ' 86 Seated L-R: Robert Baker— President, Esther Woods— Vice President. Stariding L-R: Natalie Belcher— Member, James Harris— Recording Secretary, DeNita Robbins— Representative and Founder, Alvin Walker— Parliamentarian. ACADEMIC PURSUITS AND EXTRA I CLASS ACTIVITIES » mmmi mig Bgamitmias UNIVERSITY CHOIR DIRECTED DR. SAMUEL ■ llliMill— wiajMMM Robin Anderson Charles Evans-Anform Dawn Renee Anthony Andre ' Artis Barry Booth Angela D. Bryant H. Venita Brown Brigitte Coles Michael Conrad Critterdon Denise Eochelle DePass Lathan Dixon Felecia Gail Drew Timothy V. Drew David Folk, Jr. Jacqueline Renee Franklin Dallas Cathing Keith Graham Patricia Graham unMimrinmniiii Newman H. Graves Sheba Anne Hall Randall Harris Thomas Bernard Horton Mercedes Kitson Debara Anneice Jenkins Craig McKinely Joseph Deirdre Michelle Lewis Tamara Evette Long 100 !«a»4»««lWSi«S ' . VV; Wallace Marion Means Pamela E. Monroe Rose Moore Kenneth Owens Rosita Maria Penn Sherri Lynn Penn Stephanie Lenora Proctor Kimberly Lynn Raynor Vernon E, Royster u Milton B. Shaw Benjamin W. Simmon, Jr. i ' t ' : Demitricus Smith Tracy Rena Spellman Marilyn Deneen Sledge Bh B h a H n n- ) E Sonya V. Stewart lames P. Tharrington, Jr. Gloria Renee Thorton 102 Ih II I Teresa L, Watson Letha Young Soma Russ Carolyn Essie Carter Mr. Aggie Contest AND OTHER Coronations W9»«MeyKSSWS ' . !,-; ' • ' Delta Sigma Theta gives support to Apartheid. Rev. Jesse Jackson shares valuable knowledge on the Apartheid Move- ment. Students shout for justice in South Africa! SOUTH AFRICA APARTHEID MOVEMENT .J S ' ' i1 -1 With a purpose in mind. Rev. Jesse Jackson speaks to NCNB Charlotte manager. Students await word from Reverend Jesse Jackson. The Fifth Annual Observance Of Black College Day September 30, 1985 IW M BLACK COLLEGE DAY KICK-OFF — DR. WAYMAN MCLAUGH- LIN, PROFESSOR MA- JOR THEME: " THE i BLACK COLLEGE— A KEEPER OF THE . " DREAM. " 1- ' -ill ' ' V A- ' IFLV CONGRESSMAN WAL- TER FUNTROY BROUGHT THREE MESSAGES: THE NA- TIONAL BLACK LEA- DERSHIP ROUNDTA- BLE; THE FREE SOUTH AFRICA MOVEMENT; A NEW VENTURE CA- PITAL FUND STUDENTS FROM ELEVEN BLACK COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES GATHERED IN RALEIGH N C AND CHANTE- D- " ALL WE WANT TO DO IS READ, AND WRITE, AND STUDY HARD, AND SAVE OUR BLACK SCHOOLS " DR LAVONNA ALLISON AND DR. ABDUL M MAHAMMAD ALSO Q Ei- " W£ MUST EXCEL ' ■■•V. M .■ ?. ;! mmmsiR Ja4« «.w.l,v■, ' •;; , 3 COMING Archives f. D. Blutort Ubrarf N. C. A 1 T State Univers«v Greensboro, N. C. 274)1 CORONATION OF MISS INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS ASSOCIATION MISS ISA 1985-86 Caroline Faza Industrial Engineering MILDRED SEAMAN— BERMUDA MISS ISA, 1984-85 s E N I O R CAROLINE FAZA— PALESTINE Being crowned as the new MISS ISA MISS INTERNATIONAL STU- DENTS ASSOCIATION MISS CAROLINE FAZA AN INDUS- TRIAL ENGINEERING MAIOR CLASSIFICATION SENIOR HOB- BIES PLAY BASKETBALL, VOL- LEYBALL AND TENNIS, DRAW- ING ART PAINTING PICTURES SHE STARTED SCHOOL FALL 1982 AND SINCE THEN SHE HAS BEEN ON THE DEAN ' S LIST SHE IS A MEMBER OF HE, MEMBER OF SWE (SOCIETY OF WOMEN ENGINEER) SHE PLANS TO AT- TEND GRADUATE SCHOOL IN THE FALL OF ' 86 IN INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT SALEH AL-ABDULLAH — KOWAIT ESCORT 108 MISS CAROLINE FAZA MISS ISA, 1985—86 iiiZLttm " ■ • ' ■■ " COURT OF , I ' ' SW 1 DMBEHLY THOMPSON (BERMUDA) GREGOEY SMITH (BEHMUDA) ■■■■ MISS ISA MAGEN MWESE - DANIEL OJEIFON . (NIGERIA) . (NIGERIA) SONIA ROUMELL (JAMAICA) REGINALD CANN (BEHMUDA) AGNES VDOYE ALBERT UTSALDO.. ..(NIGERIA) .(NIGERIA) STELLA G TWUMASI (GHANA) PETER AWUTE (NIGERIA) FOUNDERS ' DAY CONVOCATION Presiding: Edward B. Fort, Chancellor North Carolina AgricuHural and Technical State University THE ACADEMIC PROCESSIONAL: " Tnumphal March " University Symphony Band (Verdi) lohnny Hodge, Conductor PRESENTATION OF THE COLORS Army Air Force R O T,C Color Guard INTRODUCTORY REMARKS Edward B Fort, ChanceUor INVOCATION The Reverend Cleo McCoy Reid Memonal CME Church GREETINGS From the Slate of North Caiobna Lee Monroe, Senior Educabc Advisor to the Governc From the City oi Greenstxaro John Forbis, Mayr From the Guiliord County Delegation Margaret Keesee-Forrester, Chairpersc From the University Betirees Pearl G Bradley. Retired Prolessc From the University Faculty and Stall lames Johnson, Presidei University Senal ' From ttie National Alumni Association lames Gooch, Presidei From the Student Government Association James Thamngton, Presidei wmmm lUSICAL SELECTION " We Are The World " University Choir {Jackson and Richie) Samuel Barber. Director HE OCCASION— RESOLUTION WiUiam C Parker. Chaxmiaii Board of Trustees (USICAL SELECTION " The Doiology " A T FeUowship Gospel Chou {Thomas Hill) James Thomas, Director . TTRODUCTION OF SPEAKER - Edward B. Fort, ChanceUor FOUNDERS ' DAY ADDRESS The Reverend Dr Samuel Proctor Senior Minister Abyssinian Baptist Church New York, NY. -(USICAL SELECTION " Climb Every Mountain " (Rogers Hammerstein) [JTANY OF DEDICATION -VLMA MATER BENEDICTION ,tETIRING OF COLORS Army RECESSIONAL " Processional Pageantry " ,, (Meyerbeer-Gounod) University Symphony Band Johnny Hodge, Conductor Albert SpruiU, Dean School of Graduate Studies _ Audience Rabbi Arnold Task Temple Emmanuel Air Force R OT C Color Guard . University Symphony Band Johnny Hodge. Conductor Miss A T, 1985-86 Miss Debara Jenkins mm ' iViii ' • ' ■ iJtf ' ' V ' iiirf ' ' • ' ii ' iil The Men in White, a Part of the Coronation. Profile of Miss A T 1985-86 Debara A. Jenkins Senior, Home Economics Education major, in the School of Agriculture of North Carolina Agri- cultural and Technical State University. Career Goal, to become a Home Economist in Busi- ness. Using my skills in public speaking, management, and personnel relations will hopefully lead me into a career in public rela- tions and consumer affairs. Hometown, Selma, North Carolina. Graduate of the Smithfield-Selma Senior High School. Professional Memberships: American Home Econo- mics Association; State President, Student North I Carolina Home Economics Association; Board of Directors of the North Carolina Home Econo- mics Association; Secretary, Student North Carolina A T Home Economics Association; Parlimentarian, Student North Carolina Home Economics Association. Extra-Curricular Activities: Young People ' s Democratic Club; Student Government Associ- ation; United Christian Fellowship Gospel Choir — soloist. Honors and Awards: Home Economics Service A- ward; Student Government Association Award; Scholarship from Greyhound, Inc.; Miss United Christian Fellowship; Academic Achievement Award; District 4-H Talent Award; Progressive Women ' s Club Scholarship; Miss Black Teenage World of Johnston County; Miss Black Teenage World of North Carolina; Miss Black Teenage World of North Carolina Talent A- ward. Hobbies: Traveling; Singing; Playing the piano. WITH DEEP HUMILITY, I ACCEPT THIS CROWN AS MISS A T, WITH ALL MY HEART, WITH UNITY OF SPIRIT, LOVE, AND HIGHER PRAISE TO GOD ABOVE. Agricultural Economics Club Karen F. Griflin Escort: Leroy M. Bertram Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. Janet R. Thomas Escort: Kevin Davis Air Force ROTC Wanda L. Orr Escort: Patrick Brinson Alpha Lambda Delta Cheryl J. Gray Escort: Barry A. Gray Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. Lynn Poindexter Escort: Lathan Dixon Alpha Phi Omega Fraternity, Inc. Robin Russell Escort: Angelo Q. McArthur i ' :: -:. 2Mm-m Alobeaem Society Jacqueline Franklin Escort: Ronald Sellers American Society of Agri-Engineers Kimberly Jones American Chemical Society Martha L. Harris Escort; Darryl L. Simon American Society of Heating Ref. Eng. Letitia C. Robinson Escort: Marcus Staley American Society of Mechanical Engineers Karen A. Carpenter Escort: Clay S. Gloster, Jr. 1 Anson Aggie Club Vetia M. Bennett Escort; Gary Duncan Architectural Engineering Society Stephanie A. Jones Escort: Randy Harris Association for Computer Machinery Sharon S. Leslie Escort; Robert L. Leslie Army ROTC Angela Bynum Escort: Denorris Watson Bertie County Aggie Association Drena L. Futrell " Escort: Johnnie L. Powell Biology Club Charlotte E. Feaster Escort; Robert Boney Charlotte Club Sylvia C. Bellinger Escort: William McKnight eM ■ 1 ' - ' ' " ■ ' ; Chi Eta Phi Sorority Debrann Washington Escort: Dwight Threat Curtis Hall Monte Carr Escort: M. Parks Cooper Residence Hall Eartha I. Black Escort: Timothy V. Drew Digit Circle Shaidah J. Muhammad Escort: Gary Harrison Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Sheronda A. Emerson Escort: Patrick A. Reives Edgecombe Aggie Club Irene Whitaker Escort: loe Berry Food Science Club Sonia Roumell Escort: James T. Glenn Groove Phi Groove Social Fellowrship, Inc. Donna Y. Shaw? Escort: Taft Turner Gamma Phi Delta Sorority, Inc. Alyce L. Vital Escort: Lewis Parker Halifax Northampton County Aggie Club Yvette Shivers Escort: Darry Scott History Magazine Club Selina T. Steele Escort: Timothy McClain Holland Hall Sylvia Y. Lark Escort: Michael Austin arn I M ii ikm i ' n. i»a. fe— -iwiilili Holt Hall Melanie M. Martin Escort: David Clinton Institute of Electronic Electrical Engineers Felecia G. Drew Escort; Bernard Grant Industrial Education Professional Association Agnes Udoye Escort: Alvin Riddick International Students Association Caroline Faza Escort: Saleh Al-Abdullah Institute of Industrial Engineers Laonya Wade Escort: Barry Booth Men ' s Council Deidre Reid Escort: Jeffrey Johnson Metropolitan Area Association Kimberly W. Payne Escort: Mike Jones Morrison Hall Joanie Douglas Escort: Francois D. Middleton Mo-Del Unique, Inc. Mary C. Perry Escort: Michael Saulks Morrow Hall Claudia P. Walker Escort: Lance Olivierra NAACP Lisa M. Little Escort: Gregory West National Agri-Marketing Association Monate L. Parks Escort: Clements MacWilliams ■ilr ' - 1 tmm- ' m witi ir ' ■ ' li ii National Black Society of Engineers Dina I. James Escort: Tony McFadden New England Aggie Club luanetta Silvers Escort: Charles Parker National Society of Pershing Angels Renitta Burt Escort: Ervin Bell New York Unlimited Stacy Gay Escort: Michael Warren New Jersey Club Angela Wright Escort: Cedric Johnson NC A T Fellowship Gospel Choir Sabrina L. Jones Escort: Phillip Langston Pan Hellenic Council Shelia R. Howell Escort: Mike Jones NC A T Agri-Education Association Stephanie Baker Escort: James Barnes Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Sylvia Harrison Escort: Jarius Moore Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Sylvia A, Williams Escort: Kenneth Ruff Philly ' s Finest Michelle May Escort: James P. McMillan Political Science Club Stephanie Watkins Escort: Hans Lassiter n - :;:-- v ' T-- ' " ' VV»V:: ' ' -irrt iS " iwr- -iBil ' ii ' ii| - ii« tf t - ' n iii ' iii Psychology Club Allison M. Pope Escort: Walter L. Hankins Scott B Venetia D. Brown Escort: Cyrus Blackwell Sandhills Alliance Katrice Keller Escort: Warren McNeill Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc. Shirley A. Thomas Escort: Willie Robinson Scott C leannie Gant Escort: David S. Hammond Sisters of the Brothers in Christ Adrianne Jackson Escort: Paul Parsons smm Society for Adv. of Management Dawn Friend Escort: Alton Williams Society of Women Engineers Roslin K. Maddox Escort: Anthony Humphrey Society of Physics Students Dannellia Gladden Escort: Frankie B. Hicks Sociology Social Work Club Carla Y ludkins Escort: Henry Wooten South Carolina Aggie Club Shirley A. Watson Escort: Orlander Myers Speech Pathology and Audiology Club Michelle Baker Escort: Paul Richards l «i- |S ' ' ' i « ' j l Tl L l rf ' it Student Home Economics Association loan M. Evans Escort: Travis Powell Student National Education Association Rebecca Merrill Escort: Alvin Walker Student Union Advisory Board Monica Y. Diggs Escort: Julian Patterson 1 1 i i ••TO The Brothers In Christ Stephanie R. Deans Escort: Daniel Knight Teloca Bernadette B. Allen Escort: Bernard Fuller The United Christian Fellowship Jacqueline C. Fuller Escort: Terrence C. Brown ' " The Wesley Foundation Brenda G. Brown Escort: Sidney Hargro Vanstory Hall Valerie E. Moore Escort: Vincent Quiett Transportation Club Tammy Suggs Escort: Anthony Hardie Women ' s Council Karen Y. Mickens ' ' Escort: Walter Reuben, Jr. Zee Barbee Hall Shelia Harrison Escort: Timothy Crawford • • m m The 1985-86 CORONATION OF MISS NORTH CAROLINA AGRICULTURAL AND TECHNICAL STATE UNIVERSITY " TURNING IDEAS INTO REALITIES: IT ' S OUR TURN ' MISS SYBIL LYNCH MISS A T, 1984-85 THERE SHE GOES . . A LADY OF GRACE CORONATION SCENES OF MISS A T CAPTAINS OF THE FOOTBALL TEAM MR. JESSIE BRITT AND MR. JOHNNY COLEMAN NARRATORS: CAROLYN CARTER, HARVEY JOHNSON, MICHAEL BURCH, VICTORIA ROSA. 1 1 TURNING IDEAS INTO REALITIES: IT ' S OUR TURN " REV. JAMES THARRINGTON PRESIDENT OF SGA CHANCELLOR AND MRS. FORT, DR MRS. ROLAND BUCK ENJOY CORONATION. ■JlUMDHUllUHItimUM The Annual Student Government Association ' s Reception For Miss A T The 1985-86 Annual Homecoming Parade STUDENTS . . . THE HEART OF THE PA- RADE. M gWMlllMMJ AGGIE CHEERLEADERS Mr. limmy Williams IJIllJllliiltlLUH MR. AL HOLLAND WITH WIFE. AL, A FORMER A T BASE- BALL AND FOOTBALL PLAYER. PRESENTLY PITCHER FOR THE NEW YORK YANKEES. FOOTBALL PLAYERS REUNION. COACH GEORGE RAGS- DALE, ELLSWORTH TURNER, ALL HOLLAND, JEROME SIM- MONS COACH THOMAS BYNUM RECEIVES REWARD. CURLEY NEAL, A FORMER GRADUATE S ! IDENT, AND RETIREE FROM GLOBE TROTTERS, STANDING us WITH MR. MRS. PEELER, LONG TIME A T SPORT ' S FANS. ir i INTRAMURAL SPORTS Coach Ralph Brown Director 136 g . ' , y w l i i ' i M i i.iyu. ' y FEMALE SPORTS Swimming Jogging Racketball Tennis ' tjfiXJ ' jit ti:k iA t i M LIFT-A-THON Faculty Staff Basketball Game FOOTBALL SCHEDULE 1985 NORTH AGGIES FOOT DATE OPPONENT Aug 31 Tennessee State Sept 7 Delaware State Sept, 14 Winston-Salem State (Groves Stadium) Sept 21 South Carolina State Sept, 28 Morgan State (Hall of Fame Game) Oct, 5 Johnson C. Smith (Clubs Organizations Day) Oct 12 FayettevJIle State (Homecoming) Oct 28 Howard (Band Youth Day) Nov 2 Bethune-Cookman Nov, 16 North Carolina Central Nov, 23 Mississippi Valley State SITE Memphis, Tenn. Philadelphia, Penn Wmston-Salem, N,C, Orangeburg, S,C. Greensboro, N.C, Greensboro, N,C, Greensboro, N,C. Greensboro, N,C. Daytona Beach, Fla, Greensboro, N,C. Itta Bena, Miss, ALL HOME GAMES PLAYED IN AGGIE STADIUM TIME 7:00 P.M. 4:00 P.M. 7:00 P.M. 7:30 P.M. 1:30 P.M. 1:30 P.M. 1:30 P.M. 1:30 P.M. 1:30 P.M. 1:30 P.M. 7:30 P.M. v i» ' - FOOTBALL COACHES MR. MAURICE (MO) FORTE MR. JACK EATINGER OFFENSIVE LINE MR. RAYFORD PETTY DEFENSIVE BACKS ' MR. STAN KEARNEY DEFENSIVE LINE MR. GEORGE RAGSDALE RUNNING BACKS MR. GEORGE JAMES LINE BACKERS MR. THOMAS BYNUM TRAINER MR. ROY THOMPSON STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING MR. THERON THOMAS EQUIPMENT MANAGER PAT ARTIS ' JUDAS BEST KEN CANION ' ■ RODNEY DICKERSON CHRIS BARBER HIWATHA BETHEA JEFF FRANKLIN DEANGELO BELL BOBBY BLUE MARVIN CHRISTIAN JOHNNY COLEMAN KAREY GEE ANTHONY BEST JESSIE BRITT KEVIN COUNTISS PETER GILCHRIST KEVIN GREEN MARION HAYGOOD JESSE JACKSON, JR. ALVIN GRIER ALAN HOOKER JONATHAN JACKSON MARKUS HAGER GRADY HOOKER JUAN JACKSON BERBER HARBISON GEORGE HORRISON JOE JOHNSON KEVIN JONES CARLOS JUDGE TODD LEAK KELVIN LEE WILLIE LEVETT TRACY NAPPER STONEY POLITE BOBBY MCCAIN FRANK NEWMAN ERNEST RIDDICK s sf sKKS isn STEVE MCCORMICK ERIC PAGE KEN SANDIFORD CRAIG MORRISON ALLEN PALMER TIM SCOTT ROBERT SHIVERS LARRY TAYLOR PHIL WHITE DERRECK WOOTSON 1985 — 86 Roster NO NAME POS HT WT CL HOMiJTOWN 67 Bobby McCain OL 6-1 235 JR Semora, N C 1 Anthony Best DB 6-0 170 SO Wilson, N C 74 Kelvin Lee DL 6-3 255 SO ThomasviUe, N C 2 Wilhe Levett PK 5-10 170 so Greenville, N C 76 Carlos Judge OL 6-2 255 JR Detroit, Mich 3 Herbert Harbison WR 5-9 155 JR Shelby, N C 78 Larry Taylor OL 6-3 265 SR Burlington, N C 4 Tracy Napper QB 6-0 185 JR Orlando, Fla 79 Frank Newman DL 6-2 231 JR Greensboro, N C 7 George Hornson PK 5-9 170 SO Spring Hope, N C 80 Bobby Blue TE 6-5 205 SO Southern Pines, N C 8 Chris Barber DB 6-1 185 JR Winston-Salem, N C 83 Jessie Britt WR 6-4 201 SR Sunbury, N C 9 Derrick Wootson PK 6-3 223 JR LeGrange, N C 85 Allen Palmer TE 6-3 225 SO Slier City, N C. 10 Ed Hooker DB 6-2 175 JR Liberty, N C 86 Kevin Green TE 6-2 210 SR Newark, N J 11 Alan Hooker OB 6-2 175 SO Liberty, N C 88 Joe Johnson TE 6-1 190 SO Pomfret, Md 12 Douglas Hodge DB 5-9 185 JR Hamden, Conn 90 Ernest Riddick NG 5-11 240 IR Edenton, N C. 14 Kenny Sandiford WR 5-7 155 JR Columbia, S.C. 95 Rodney Dickerson DL 6-3 260 SO Roanoke, Va. 15 Alvin Gner WR 6-0 185 SR Miami, Fla. 98 Judas Best DL 5-10 265 JR Greenville, N.C. 16 Marvin Smith WR 5-8 160 JR Tarboro, N C 99 Markus Hager DL 6-2 220 SR Kings Mountain, N C 17 Jonathan Jackson LB 5-11 180 SO Chicago, 111 20 Juan Jackson RB 6-0 185 SO Wilson, N C 22 23 David Armstrong Peter Gilchrist RB FB 5-7 5-11 165 175 IB SO St Stephens, S.C Burlington, N C 1985 Recruits 24 George McClain RB 5-8 170 SO Dunn, N C 25 Hiwatha Bethea DB 5-10 175 SO Winston-Salem, N C. DOWM T.TNT-MT-N 27 Todd Leak P DB 6-0 185 SR Winston-Salem, N C NAME HT WT HOMETOWN 31 Grady Hooker DB 5-10 185 JR Greensboro, N.C Edwardo TumbuU 6-3 245 St Thomas, V I 33 Kevin Jones DB 6-4 205 SO Atlanta, Ga Steve WilUiams 6-2 245 Fayetteville, N C 36 Karey Gee RB 5-7 195 SR Wilson. N C Jimmy Fennell 6-0 220 Greensboro, N C. 38 Jesse Jackson. Jr DB 5-11 180 SO Washington, DC Barrv London 6-4 220 Shelby, N C 39 Terrence Stevens DB 5-9 180 JR Faison, N C Myi on Mulcare 6-1 245 St. Thomas, VI 40 Robert Shivers FB 6-2 240 JR N Augusta, S.C LjTsrpnar uT ' OG 41 Craig Morrison DB 5-9 175 SO Winston-Salem, N C Mic hael Moblev 5-11 205 Shelby, N C 42 Kevin Countiss FB 5-10 200 JR Pomfret, Md. Efram Fuller 6-3 215 Yanceyville, N C 44 Stonie Polite TB 5-9 215 SO Atlanta, Ga. Demont Vann 6-4 205 Hampton, Va 46 Rayshawn Smith DB 5-9 190 SR Greensboro. N C Joel Cole 6-1 215 Winston-Salem, N 47 Phil White DB 6-0 170 SO Siler City, N C. Derrick Sims 6-4 205 Hamden, Conn. 48 Tim Scott LB 6-2 210 JR Raleigh, N C Mai k Ausbrook 6-2 230 Washington, DC. 49 Chester Gary DB 5-6 150 SO Bailey, N C James Davis 6-3 205 Chapel Hill, N C. 50 Jeff Franklin LB 6-2 235 JR Melbourne, Fla DEi ' L ' NSIVE BACKS 52 Herbert Mozell LB 6-1 190 SO Miami, Fla Brian Bowden 6-0 188 Fayetteville, N.C. 53 Eric Page C 6-1 210 JR Washington, DC Tim Brown 5-11 180 Shelby, N.C. 55 Leon Parson DL 6-0 210 JR Andrews, S C Joe Somerset 5-9 165 Miami, Fla. 56 Deangelo Bell OT 6-6 325 SR Greensboro, N C Broderick Rouse 6-1 185 Miami, Fla. 57 Pat Artis LB 5-10 190 JR Goldsboro, N C RUNNING BACKS 58 Johnny Coleman LB 5-11 190 SR Wilson, N.C. Jerome Crawford 6-2 205 Greensboro. N C. 60 Steve McCormick OL 6-2 235 SR Durham, N.C Keith Matthis 5-10 195 Oxon Hill, Md 62 Marvin Christian C 6-2 240 SO Richmond, Va Edward Arlinciton 6-1 185 Owego, NY 64 Manon Haygood OL 6-0 235 SR Detriot, Mich. WIDE RECEIVER 65 Jim Jones LB 6-4 225 SO Laurmburg, N C Reginald Rambert 6-1 175 Greensboro, N.C. 66 Ken Canion DL 6-3 245 JR Atlanta, Ga DREXEL BALL SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR ORBY Z. MOSS, JR. ATHLETIC DIRECTOR Corbett Sports Center Home Of The Aggies ACTION SHOT SCHEDULE ACTION SHOT k i DON CORBETT c o A C H ASSISTANT COACH TIM ABNEY fm B A S K E T B A L L P L A Y E R S GEORGE CALE GUARD KENNY COX FORWARD CARLTON BECTON FORWARD ARVIS CATES GUARD GARDNER COWELL CENTER CORVIN DAVIS GUARD THOMAS GRIFFIS GUARD mmmummm ZACHARY HOOKS CENTER MARK ROBINSON CENTER DARRYL HOLTON FORWARD LLOYD KING FORWARD LEE ROBINSON FORWARD CLAUDE WILLIAMS FORWARD ' sf " DON WILLIAMS GUARD 1985-86 NORTH CAROLINA A T STATE AGGIETTES BASKETBALL SCHEDULE DECEMBER 2 NORTH CAROLINA— WILMINGTON 4 Appalachian State 9 Barber-Scotia 21 North Carolina— Charlotte 27-29 Queens Xmas Tourney JANUARY 10 Coppin State 11 Howard 13 Morgan State 16 West Virginia State 18 BETHUNE-COOKMAN 20 NORTH CAROLINA CENTRAL 25 Bethune-Cookman 27 WINSTON-SALEM STATE 29 North Carolina— Wilmington FEBRUARY 1 Delaware State 3 Maryland— Eastern Shore 8 MARYLAND— EASTERN SHORE 10 DELAWARE STATE 11 NORTH CAROLINA— CHARLOTTE 13 TENNESSEE STATE 17 South Carolina State 20 COPPIN STATE 22 HOWARD 24 MORGAN STATE 26 Tennessee State MARCH 1 SOUTH CAROLINA STATE 7-9 MEAC Tournament in Philadelphia, Pa Home 7:00 Away 5:15 Away 7:00 Away 3:00 Away TBA Away 6:00 Away 5:45 Away 6:00 Away 6:00 Home 6:00 Home 6:00 Away 6:00 Home 6:00 Away 7:00 Away Away Home Home Home Home Away Home Home Home Away Home ., Civic 6:00 6:00 6:00 6:00 7:00 7:00 6:00 6:00 6:00 6:00 7:00 6:00 Center SCHEDULE HEAD COACH JOYCE SPRUILL ASST. COACH HELBURN MEADOWS 1985-86 NORTH CAROLINA A T ' AGGIETTES " Front Row (L-R): Karon Williams. Donna Burke, Cynthia Greene, Leshaun Arnngton, Kim Zackery, Second Row (L-R): Sharon Pratt, Yvette Estep, Marsha Oden, Paulette Dennis, Back Row (L-R): Kimberly Wells, Kim Broadnax, Cathy Grant, Angelique Satchel, LaVonne Mclver MEN AND WOMEN ' S BOWLING Row 1 Across: Micheal Alston, Tony Eadie, Dwight Armwood. Row 2 Across: Tim Drew, Cleve Garrison, Brent Timmons (Capt), Fred Hayes, Richie Collins; Not pictured— Steven Hill and Kenneth Snipes. 1 Q S J Row 1 Across: Stephanie Tidwell, Beverly Thomas, Jackie New- ' :.= n, Kelli Harris, Bonita Alexander, Donna Williams; Not piciuied — Karen Branham. MEN ' S TRACK TEAM ' ± ) FEMALE TRACK TEAM wmim MEAC TRACK AND CROSS COUNTRY COACHES MEAC BASKETBALL n CHUCKIE BECTON CLAUDE WILLIAMS COACHES WRESTLING TEAM Row 1 Across: Terry lones, Melvin Ridley, Tony Ray, Gerald Harper, Dark Brown. Row 2 Across: Glover Ford, Randy Brower, Norman Armstrong, Coach Melvin Pickney, Tyrone Williamson, Kelvin Reid. VOLLEYBALL TEAM Coach: Orby Moss and Enthusiastic Team Ild. Requires Concentration and Dedication BASEBALL TEAM FRANKIE, BEVERLY MAZE mmmlmllmu !tl ■inTirrinriiifr NATALIE COLE G STUDENT LIFE FROM DARE TO CHEROKEE 158 ■nmmmmmim mKaeiimiiimHmJ. s T U D E N T I UNIVERSITY DAY SCHOOLS AND COLLEGE OF CONCENTRATIONS THE . . . OF STUDENTS SCHOOL OF AGRICULTURE % Dr. Sidney Evans Associate Dean, Director of Agricultural Research Dr. Daniel Godfrey Associate Dean, Director of Agricultural Extension Dr. Richard Robbins Chairperson, Department of Agricultural Economics Dr. Arthur P. Bell Chairperson, Department of Agricultural Education Dr. George A. Johnson Chairperson, Department of Animal Science Dr. Harold Mazyck Chairperson, Department of Home Economics Dr. Samuel Dunn, Standing Chairperson, Department of Plant Science Dr. Burleigh C. Webb, Dean fiiftllMiH ' Wil DR. WILLIAM DELAUDER Mr. LeRoy Holmes Chairperson, Department of Art DEAN Dr. Ethel Taylor Assistant Dean, College of Arts and Sciences Dr. Arthur J. Hicks Chairperson, Department of Biology COLLEGE J, OF Dr. Walter Wright Chairperson, Department of Chemistry ARTS AND SCIENCES Dr. Jimmy Williams Dr. Helen LeBlanc Disher Chairperson, Department of English Chairperson, Department of Foreign Languages Dr. Peter Meyers Acting Chairperson, Department of History COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES Dr. Wendell P. Jones Chairperson, Department of Mathematics Dr. Clifford Watkins Chairperson, Department of Music Dr. Jason Gilchrist Chairperson, Department of Physics Dr Amarjit Singh Chairperson, Department of Political Science Dr. Emory Sadler Chairperson, Department of Psychology Dr. Sarah Kirk Chairperson, Department of Sociology and Social Service Dr Mary M. Tuggle Chairperson, Department of Speech Communication and Theatre Arts SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS I Dr. Danny Pogue Assistant Dean, School of Business and Economics Dr. Mark Kiel Chairperson, Department of Accounting Dr. Georgia Bowser Chairperson, Department of Business Administration Dr. Meada Gibbs Chairperson, Department of Bus. Education Administrative Services rif Dr. Samuel Woods Chairperson, Department of Economics Dr. Ouiester Craig, Dean SCHOOL OF EDUCATION Dr. Dorothy P. Barnett Assistant Dean, Director of Teacher Education, School of Education Dr Charles L. Hayes Chairperson, Department of Curriculum and Instruction Dr. Henry T. Cameron Chairperson, Department of Educational Leadership and Policy I I ] i p l Dr. Deborah J. Callaway Chairperson, Department of Health, Physic al Ed. and Recreation Dr. Robert Pyle Chairperson, Department of Industrial ' Education Dr. Wyatt Kirk Chairperson, Department of Human Development and Services Dr. Isaac Barnett Chairperson, Department of Safety and Driver Education Dr. Walter Dukes Chairperson, Department of Industrial Technology Dr. Albert Walker, Dean srarai SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING Dr. William Craft Associate Dean, School of Engineering Mr. Reginald Whitsett Acting Chairperson, Department of Architectural Engineering Dr. Franklin G. King Chairperson, Department of Chemical Engineering Dr. Harold Martin Chairperson, Department of Electrical Engineering Dr. Arup Mallik Chairperson, Department of Industrial Engineering Dr. Tony Min Chairperson, Department of Mechanical Engineering Dr. Suresh Chandra, Dean 167 IN MEMORY OF THE GRADUATE SCHOOL GRADUATE EDUCATION AT NORTH CAROLINA AGRICULTURAL AND TECHNICAL STATE UNIVERSITY WAS AUTHORIZED BY THE NORTH CAROLINA STATE LEGISLATURE IN 1939. THE AUTHORIZATION PROVIDED FOR GRADUATE TRAINING IN AGRICULTURE, APPLIED SCIENCE AND ALLIED AREAS OF STUDY. AN EXTENSION OF THE GRADUATE PROGRAM, APPROVED BY THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF NORTH CAROLINA IN 1957, PROVIDED FOR ENLARGEMENT OF THE PROGRAM TO INCLUDE TEACHER EDUCATION AS WELL AS SUCH OTHER PROGRAMS OF A PROFESSIONAL OR OCCUPATIONAL NATURE AS MIGHT BE AP- PROVED BY THE STATE BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION. OF r. North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University GRADUATE SCHOOL Dr. Albert Spruill Dean 1st Graduate Dean Chairman of the Graduate Committee 1939 DR. W L KENNEDY 170 i S s AL SPRUILL, ATTENDING THE DEAN ' S WORKSHOP SPONSORED BY COS IN JULY, 1985 ON A TOUR OF THE PUGET SOUND. Woodland Ellroy Hall, 1st Graduate of AST ' s Graduate School, 1941. REFLECTIONS... IN OBSERVANCE OF ... FREDERICK ALLEN WILLIAMS, 2nd GRADUATE DEAN OF A T ' s GRADUATE SCHOOL, 1951. BLACK HISTORY MONTH 1985-86 H IN MEMORY OF DR. ALFONSO GORE 1985-86 THE LEARNING ASSISTANCE CENTER MELVINE GRAVES-GRICE DIRECTOR LAB TECHNICIAN SECRETARY m i SUPPORTIVE SERVICES DEDICATED TO THE CAUSE. LENDING A HELPING HAND AN YTIME ' • ' • " ™ ' ' ™— " 3i i E3 £ BOOKSTORE CAMPUS SHOP n mmmmBmi CAMPUS ,- ' TT MR. BOZ BEAUTY SALON miitimii MBSm CANTEEN STUDENT LIFE i FOOD SERVICE Williams Cafeteria Staff Mr. James Meachem iUMHiiiilwitiHl fl MRS. LINDA BOWLING, DIRECTOR H E A L T H MRS. MARIETTA DOUGLAS, RN s E R V I C E S m i A T LAUNDRY . . . Mr. Albert Crawford Supervisor Campus Post Office MR. ISAAC MACK 180 MRS. LEONA M. BUNKER SUPERVISOR, POST OFFICE i rai BSS PHYSICAL PLANT Mr. Douglas Boone Grounds Superintendent Mrs. Mary O. Barbee Supervisor of Housekeeping Mr. Ron Gales Engineer Mr. Printess David and Mrs. Blondine Graham i HK lHtfi HOUSING OPERATIONS V V, » MRS. MARY SMITH— MORROW HALL RESIDENCE ADMINISTRATOR ■««»««Si»,s : MR. lAMES WHITE— COOPER HALL RESIDENCE ADMINISTRATOR 182 sm s i . JACQUELYN DAVIS JOSEPH WILLIAMS BRENDA ISAAC i RONNIE TATE, SCOTT C. ADMINISTRATOR FREDONIA RUSSELL CURTIS HALL CLYDE HARRIS SCOTT B ADDIE WIDEMON HOLLAND iM«nrii iMMMini B RONALD VINES HALEY HALL LINDA INMAN BARBEE HALL JAMES TOON SCOTT A ALICIA DEVANE MORRISON MEMORIAL UNION STAFF Mr. Vernell Stallings Associate Director Mrs. Helen Waldrum Housekeeping Supervisor Mr Alonzo Pucker Housekeeper Mrs. Mattie Smith Program Director Mrs. Grace Finley Secretary Rev. David Brown Housekeeper Mr. Mihlford Marshall Recreational Aide ft The Memorial Union- O of Students Elwood Edwards Game Supervisor George W. Carter Housekeeper Patricia Miller Receptionist " ' ' f Clyde Bowden Mechanic Willie J. Kendall Security Wl ■ l-It ' l i Fred Robertson Housekeeping Assistant Billy Reives Housekeeper AFRICAN HERITAGE CENTER I 5iU MRS. MATTYE REED, DIRECTOR Bead-work picture from Nigeria, mask from Zaire U.S. pollery on " bounouch " by Thomas Day, Millon, NC (1890-1957) ■li UNIVERSITY POLICE OFFICER LINDSAY— FIRE MARSHALL CHIEF JO. WILLIAMS OFFICER BOPP 190 OFFICER JENKINS I UNIVERSITY POLICE jp " -» HATS OFF! mammA STUDENT L I F E IfiillTMil STUDENT LIFE ■w f Ir OFF CAMPUS LIFE 194 1 « OFF CAMPUS LIFE r EXTRA-CLASS ! ACTIVITIES MU PHI EPSILON INTERNATIONAL PROFESSIONAL MUSIC, INC. n V SHUTTLE S P A C E P R O G R A M THE 11 2 -HOUR PROGRAM HON- ORING ASTRONAUT RONALD E. MC NAIR, INCLUDED STATE- MENTS FROM DR. STUART AHRENS, DIRECTOR OF THE A T SPACE SHUTTLE PROGRAM. " MCNAIR WAS CARRYING AN A T 0 PENNANT AND A DRAW- ING OF THE AGGIE BULLDOG WHEN THE CHALLENGER EX- PLODED. " DR. AHRENS STATED THAT, " WHEN AN A T PAYLOAD FLIES IN THE SHUTTLE NEXT YEAR, STUDENTS PLAN TO EN- GRAVE MC NAIR ' S NAME ON THE TWO DEVICES AND TO ENCLOSE HIS PHOTOGRAPH INSIDE THEM. " " THUS, RON WILL FLY AGAIN ON THE SHUTTLE. RON NEVER FOR- GOT A T. A T WILL NEVER FOR- GET RON. WE THANK GOD FOR HAVING SHARED RON WITH US, " AHRENS SAID. Dr. Stuart Ahrens, Director, Holding Shuttle THE If OF EXTRA-CLASS ACTIVITIES NORTH CAROLINA AGRICULTURAL AND TECHNICAL STATE UNIVERSITY GREENSBORO 27411 (919) 379-7940 EDWARD B FORT Chancellor To The Editors Of AYANTEE: There is no more important activity for enhancing school spirit and capturing for posterity many pleasant memories and friendships than publication of the uni- versity yearbook. In well chosen photographs and in narrative are reflected the quest of AST State University for continuing excellence, especially as it relates to the quality of life for our students. I want to congratulate the dedicated staff members of the AYANTEE for their willingness to labor in the vineyard of superb production, using strategies designed to insure that this yearbook compares favorably with those of the past. I know that this publication will serve as an inspiration for the students as they leave the hallowed grounds of Aggieland for exciting careers and accomplishments. You are challenged to hold the A T banner high wherever you go, as did our late beloved Astronaut, Dr. Ronald E. McNair, who not only carried with Aggie Pride his eternit " " University from Dare to Cherokee, but to the outer edges of It is my fervent hope that as we continue as a family to work together we can perpetuate all that makes this university one of the finest along the Eastern Seaboard. We can meet admirably all of the challenges of today ' s society, as well as face the future with confidence and determination. My continuous role as A T ' s leader will be to insure that we have, on this campus, the resources and personnel equipped to meet these challenges. You will also be undergirded by an outstanding faculty and staff, an important ingredient for accomplishing our goals. Again, we congratulate you and your colleagues for the contribution which you make in relationship to the well being of this historically great University. Sincerely, EBF nr Edward B. Fort Chancellor An Equal Op orruni[ A imiumr Action Emp nwr A Coniiiiufni Insmuiion o THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA AGGIE TOASTMASTERS L to R: Chiquita Crawford, Kim Raynor, Joan Shields, Bernard Grant, President, James Brame, JoVanka Richards, Alan Cook, Dwayne Wilkins, Mark Bottoms, Andre Artis, Darnevy Law, Thomas B. Horton. ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA L-R Seated: Karen Branham, Secretary; Karen D. Grant, Allison W. Ayers, Michelle Hodges, Shelley C. Thomas, Darlene Brister, James F. Butler, III President. Standing Row 1: Paul D. Powell, Jeffrey L. Henderson, Evetta Evans, Lynn Perry, Veressa Hendrix, Dana Dean, Kathy Harris, Kimberly Barclift. Standing Row 2: Brent Timmons, Treasur- er; Richard N. Johnson, Jonathan Jackson, Dan Knight, Jesse Jackson, Sylvester Cash, Allan D. Finch, Vanis O. Mar- ° ' shall, Claude W. Dunston, Lonnie L. Cockerham, II. mmmm THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS First Row, L to R: Karen Winsley, Ricky Dixon, Lisa W. White, Karen A. Carpenter, Kathy A. Winsley Second Row, L to R: Lisa M. Lilly, Thomas A. Cheston, Jaime Degala, Darnevy Law, Gerald O. Frazier, Kerry A. Eans. Third Row, L to R: Blaine L. Deas, William Barlow, Darlena Stockton, Ellis Davis, Greg Young. Back Row: Dr. Ofori, Troy Daw- son. 202 ASSOCIATION FOR COMPUTING MACHINERY Amos, Advisor, President Joseph Allen, Treasurer Jerome Watkins, Secretary Sharon S. Leslie, Vice President Byron Wall. Members Shown. 203 ■IHiHHHIl BETA GAMMA SIGMA First Row, L to R: Kim Raynor, Sherri Penn, Stephanie Proctor. Second Row, L to R: Tamara Long, Chanetta Ramey, Jacqueline Franklin, Mercedes Kitson. Third Row, L to R: Andre Art is, Dr. R. Angell, Dr. W. Kauder, Mr. A. Vonsiatsky, Dmitri Stockton. BETA PSI » .. « ■ Front Row, L to R: Kim Neal, Treasurer, Kathy Harris, Tamara Long, Sherri Penn, Miss Beta Psi, Natalie Parker, President, Geraldine Norris, Advisor. Back Row, L to R: Wanda Williamson, 1st Vice President, Shirlye Grandy, Wilsonia Watson, Hope Wilson, Correspondence Secretary, Adrianne Jackson, 2nd Vice President, Kim Raynor, Secre- tary. EDGECOMB AGGIE CLUB Alyce Vital, Vicki J. Johnson, Sharon E. Harris, Irene Whitaker, Bruce Jones, James Umstead, Lewis A. Parker, B. S. Howell, Darryl Hussey, Ivory C. Mann, Jr. Officers: Lewis A. Parker, President, Brad Howell, Vice President, Sharon Harris, Secretary, Darlene Mercer, Treasur- er, Irene Whitaker, Miss Edgecombe Aggie Club, Daniel Lyons, Advisor. ECONOMICS CLUB L to R, 1st Row: Jeong, D. K., Advisor, Valerie Moon, President, Damon C. Robinson, Vice President, Samuel Woods, Craig M. Joseph, Stephanie Tidwell, Treasurer, Barry M. Johnson, Terry L. Jones, Temerial A. Simmons, Eric Caesar, Assistant Secretary. GOSPEL MESSENGERS J James Brame President, Dennis Glover, Christopher Mollis Vice President, Kevin C. Butler, Paul A. Parson, I, Secre- tary, Gerald A. Williams, Daniel E. Knight Jr. Treasurer, Darryl T. Howard, Kaven Y. Smith, LeRoy L. Smith, III ■■iU HISTORY CLUB MAGAZINE L to R: Dr. D. I. Benson, Richard Moore, Phyllis Craven, Curtis Richardson, President Editor. L to R, Row 2: Bertrand Poole, Felton Best, Mark Altmaw, Linda Draughn, Bryan Smith, Dr. David Porter. METROPOLITAN AREA ASSOCIATION NEW DIMENSION EXPERIMENTAL ENSEMBLE Paul A. Parsons Vice President, Dedra S. Graves, Christopher N. H. Hollis, Lovely M. Dawson, Treasurer, James D. Brame, Laurice L. Brown, Princess A. McCaleb, Releatha K. DeBerry, Miss NDEE, Revondia E. Spinks, Beverly L. S. Jolley, Secretary, Daniel E. Knight, Jr., William O. Parker, President, Mrs. Patricia Wall Advisor. NEW ENGLAND AGGIE CLUB Kneeling: Anthony Bostic, Kevin Shelby President, Russell Beaty, Darryl Elow. Standing: Stephanie McCullers, Sheena Whitley, Sonja Twitty, Allison Headley, Juannetta Silver Queen and Vice President, Dina James, Jacquelyn Patrick, Terri Neal, Michaela Cooper, Kimbra Dennis. NATIONAL AGRI-MARKETING ASSOCIATION Tracey Smith, Clemente McWilliams President, Karen Griffin, James Griffin, Monete Parks, Treasurer, Vickie Jackson, Ion Qutterbridge, Louise Tliomas, Rosita Penn, Darryl Watson, Dr. Donald McDowell Adviser, Stanley Harding, Rozer Bryant, Brad Brooks. PI MU EPSILON L to R: Evetta Evans, President, Gloria Phoenix, Math Computer Sc. Faculty, Steve Straughn, Jaquetta Kearney, Secretary, Shearon Brown, Faculty Nazir Bashir, Dr. Wilbur Smith, Advisor, Dr. Gilbert Casterlow, Faculty. (Not Pic- tured), Dr. Nan Manuel, Faculty, Clifford Tucker, Vice President. SISTERS OF THE BROTHERS IN CHRIST I — h to R: Patricia Graham, Anita Virgil President, Helane Warren Treasurer, Kathy Harris Vice President, Felecia G. Drew, Andrianne Jackson Miss SOBIC, Eartha Black, Mrs. Patricia Smith Adviser, Hilda Goins, Jacqueline Fuller, Subrenia Moore Chaplain. lasM ui-MHj nw» 1st row, l-r: Mark Bottoms Corresponding Secretary, Harry Hardy, Bobby Richards Treasurer, Thomas B. Horton President. 2nd row, l-r; Pamela Cooke, Lillith Royal, Angela Martin, Angela Bryant, Valorie Robinson, Kecia O ' Neal, Monique Bryant, Lorelle Bowie, Phyllis Thompson Recording Secretary, Dawn Friend Miss SAM, Dr. Georgia Bowser Adviser. SOCIETY O F PHYSIC STUDENTS II Frankie Hicks, Nora Pencola, Maria Diaz Adviser, Bruce Alston, Dannellia Gladden President Queen, Kenneth Steen, Michael Denty. SOUTH CAROLINA AGGIE CLUB L to R: Troy C. Dawson, Mario Bonner, Stacey Middleton, Secretary, Sylvia Bull, Orlander Myers, President, Timothy Geathers. STUDENT CLUSTER ACTIVITIES COUNCIL L to R: James E. Barnes, Cathy Smith, Jacob Jerome Watkins, Stephanie Reaves, Audrey Alexander, President, Kathy Harris, Dejuan D. Stocks, Norma D. Scales, Cyrus Blackwell, Darryl A. Williams, Sargent-Of-Arms, Teresa L. Sapp, Correspondence Secretary, Reginald Truesdale, Vice President, Gloria Phoenix, Faculty Advisor, Evelyn D. Wheless, Recording Secretary, Eugenia Toca-McDowell, Treasurer, Ronald Warren, Pari. THE BROTHERS IN CHRIST I L-R: Gerome Williams, Daryl Raglamd, Daniel Knight, Gerald Williams, Thomas Horton. YOUNG ENTREPRENEURS Jonathan Jackson, Treasurer DeVaughan Howell, Gail Wright, Noel Stewart, II President. A Young Group on the Move Soloist. Sabrma lones, directors, Renee MarliD, Organist, Ron lones, Drummer, Derek Booker, Pianist Si Trainer, James Thomas 1st row — Michelle Baker, Walthea Yarbrough, Courtney Foster, Ronda Burton, Lee Christian, Ir Al Henderson, Arthur Myles, Stacy Williams, Fred Mason, Joseph Allen, Teresa Thompson, Almena Mayers, Elzora Weeks, Tanya Jennings, Sylvia O ' Neal, Wanda Holmes, Tonya McCall 2nd row Staci Handle, Sylvia Ball, Ingnd Hargett, Renee Woods, Princess McCaleb, George Glover, William Mitch- ell, Alan Bagby, Dwayne Burgess, Berl Poole, Allison Pope, Sauodra Morehead, Monee McGuire, Valerie Peterson, Angela Wright, Ursula Hunter, Stephanie Jones 3rd row June Jones, Tajuana McGuire, Debara Jenkins, Jerome Watkins, Wendell Powell, Larry Payne, Phillip Langston, Bennie Butler, Elliott McLaughlin, Sandra Dean, Reuben Crummy, Mar)orie Harris, Camela Overby, Anita Hudson, Kim Sessoms, Cathy Spence A T F E L L O W S H I P GOSPEL «5»-«! Kimble Credle, Leon D. Simmons Treasurer, Reginald fl Kimble Credle Spring 83, Leon D. Simmons Spring 85, Regi- Worthinglon President, Keith L. Wood, Kotey Neequaye, nald Worthington Spring 85, Keith L. Wood Spring 85, Kotey James F. Hooks, Clayton Daughtery J l Neequaye Fall 83, James F. Hooks Fall 84, Clayton Daughtery Spring 84. SPACE SHUTTLE, SLOW POKE, INSPECTOR GADGET, SURVIVOR, B.L. SCHLEPROCK, KERMIT, DROOPIE A L O B E A E M S O C I E T Y Architectural Engineering Society Wanda Holmes, Jeffrey Henderson, Moni- ca McLaughlin, Kimberly Ennett, Lorenso Winslow, Jeremy Simmons, Barry Dillard, Anita Key, Sandra Walker, Scott Abdul- Salaam, Patricia Whitaker, Anthony McFadden, Valerie Warren, Felecia Woiriels, Creighton Barber, Allan Finch, Advisor — Dr. Clark. Officers: Vice President — Lathan Dixon, Parl- iamentarian — Allan Finch, President — Sandra Walker, Secretary — Patricia Whitaker, Treasur- er — Kimberly Ennett. m Row 1. Chanetta A. Ramey, Sherri Penn, Kenneth Owens, Stephanie Proctor, Jacqueline R. Franklin. Row 2. Andre Ar- tis. Dr. William F. Kauder, Jr., Charles Evans-Aniom, Jeffrey Johnson, M. Conrad Critten- den, Andre A. Vonsiatsky. Row 3. Helen A. Kennedy, Rose Moore, Lucy Richardson, Dmitri L. Stockton B A Charles Evans-Anfom, Vice President Kenneth Owens, Treasurer, Stephanie L. Proctor, Secretary, Helen A. Kennedy, Faculty Vice-President, M. Conrad Crittendon, President. fe ■ ! M H L. 2|| 3 H fti J P. ' ' 1 i " v 1 — r Jennifer Dalton, Bernadette Allen, Karen Y. Mickens, Beverly E. Threatt, Helen A. Kennedy, Michael Crittendon, Sherri Penn, Camela S. Overby, Audrey Alexander, Standing: Victoria Grady, Cheryl Grant, Barry Johnson, Elliott McLaughlin, Alvin Walker, Craig Joseph, Vice President, Chancellor Edward B. Fort, Hebrew L. Dixon, III President, Vernon A. Clement, James F. Butler, III, K. Ranji Vaidyanathan, Michael A. Wilkerson, Carla Macon. COUNCIL OF PRESIDENTS iH mm DELTA SIGMA THETA SORORITY, INC. The Executive Board; President Marilyn Sledge, Vice Presi- dent Inger Swimpson, Treasurer Vicki Hinton, Recording Secretary Deanna Brown, Chaplain Rosita Penn, Parliamen- tarian Jill Solomon, Custodian Barbara Cotton, Service Project Chairperson Windy Norggins, Fund Raising Chairperson Regina Boykin, Publicity Chairperson Carla Judkins. HISTORY OF THE DELTA SIGMA THE- TA SORORITY, INC AT THE INCEPTION OF THE DELTA SIG- MA THETA IN 1913 AT HOWARD UNI- VERSITY, THE FOUNDERS EN- VISIONED AN OR- GANIZATION OF COLLEGE WOMEN PLEDGED TO SERI- OUS ENDEAVOR AND COMMUNITY SERVICE THESE YOUTHFUL STU- DENTS DEMON- STRATED A VITAL CONCERN toR SO- CIAL WELFARE, ACADEMIC EXCEL- LENCE, AND CUL- TURAL ENRICH- MENT. LADIES OF DISTINCTION TODAY DELTA SIGMA THETA IS A PUBLIC SER- VICE SORORITY, DEDI- , GATED TO A PROGRAM OF SHARING MEMBER- SHIP SKILLS AND ORGA- NIZATIONAL SERVICES IN THE PUBLIC INTER- EST. IN 1930, DELTA SIG- MA THETA WAS INCOR- PORATED AS A NATION- AL ORGANIZATION THE RECORD OF INCORPOR- ATION IS FILED IN THE CONGRESSIONAL LI- BRARY IN THE OFFICE OF THE RECORDER OF DEEDS IN WASHING- TON, D.C. MISS DST Sheronda Emerson, Miss Alpha Mu Detrice Galloviray, Miss Creme Stella Canty. N E W J E R S E Y CLUB p H I L L F I N E S T Dana Dean — Secretary, Mi- chelle May — Queen, Ryan O ' Neal — Vice President, Lisa Finger — Treasurer, Karen Mickens — President. l...l... ' l- 1:. 1 . n - .1., -V , if r- ' -- Karen Mickens, Maerena Williams, Dana Dean, Alethea Taylor, Lynn Perry, Denise Taylor, Lisa Finger, Michelle May, Andrea Pearson, Wanda Davis. ' i : § f M f Andrew Lofton, Eric Carmichael, Tracy Faheem Cephas, March Stokes, John White, Raymond Byrd, David Alston, Miles B. Harris, Ryan O ' Neal, Aaron Johnson, Walter R. Bright, Leroy L. Watson. RHO EPSILON REAL ESTATE FRATERNITY Fall 1985 Inductees, Charlene Brown, Salena Washington, Gloria McQueen, Jeffery Pointer, 2nd row: Jennifer Jones, Deirdre Lewis, Vicki Johnson, Bliss Royal, 3rd row: Pricilla Carter, Stephanie Nixon, Vincent Ragland, Margaret Little. Officers: Micheal Alston, Circulation Director, Kim Neal Secretary, Natalie Parker Vice President, JoVanka M. Rich- ards President ■ ' • ' ■■ ■■,■■■,; ' 223 warn TAU BETA PSI Regina Gannaway, Dr. Elias Abu-Saba, David Olson, Gregory Young, Dr. D. Yogi Goswami, Dr. Reginald Whitsett, Hebrew Lathan Dixon Clay Gloster, Jamie DeGalla, Toni Dew, Derrell Dunn, Troy Dawson, Rita Joyner, Blane Deas, Ruby Oakley, Ester Hughes TRANSPORTATION CLUB Club Officers: Joseph Hicks Co-Treasurer, Tammy H. Guggs, Vice President, Anthony R. Spinsk, Presi- dent, Dawn Harris Secretary, Taft D. Kelly Co-Treasurer, Frances Pentleman, Sylvia M. Bull, Mrs. Deborah Underwood, Mercedes Kitson, Geraldine Patterson, Angelia Randolph, Stephen D. Branch, Chris F. Foxx, Taft B. Turner. Transportation Faculty and Advisors: Seated: Dr. Kofi Obeng, Dr. Rob- ert L. Rivers, Dr. Basil G. Coley. Standing: Dr. Abdussalam A. Addus, Mr. Andre A Vonsiatsky, Dr. Julian M. Benjamin, Dr. Samuel A. Woods. 225 m ZETA PHI BETA SORORITY, INC. SUSAN UPPERMAN, CHARESE BAKER, WANDA WILLIAMS, SONIA RUSS, DONNA ALSTON, AMETTA DUDLEY 1985-86 Officers PAN- HELLENIC COUNCIL 227 A T REGISTER Pamela Monroe — Circulation Manager Anthony Jeffries, Sports Editor Sheba Hall— Head Typist Sharon Spivey — Production Manager SPRING ' 83 L to R, Janet Thomas, Angela Respus COURT, Seated, Miss AKA, lanet Thomas Standing, Chanetta Ramey, Brigitte Coles, Angela Coley Not Pictured — Tonia Dew ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA SORORITY, INC. . ' ' ■;■.,:■ ' i ' . ' , ' riw,,. ,i.kkmaa SPRING ' 84 Seated, Brenda Nowlin L to R, Angela Coley, Venita Brown, Brigitte Coles, Tanya Graves, Pamela Swindler Ambitious, Kind, Always a Lady — Alpha Kappa Alpha So- rority, Inc. In 1908, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority became America ' s first Greek Letter organization established by and for black women. Today, nationally and locally, Alpha Kappa Alpha cultivates and encourages high scholastic and ethical standards, promotes unity and friendship among college women, alleviates problems concerning girls and women, maintains a progressive interest in col- lege life and serves all mankind. I SPRING ' 85 Front, Wanetta Harvey, Pamela Wright, Sheila Howell, Chanetta Ramey, Karen Burt, Standing, Twanda Staley, Sheila Cash, Patricia Armstrong, Evetta Evans, Kim Payne, Pamela Wilkes, Faith Bynum, Vibeka Hicks, Karen Mickens, Angela Garland. 1st Row, Karen Mickens, Vibeka Hicks, Sheila Howell, Faith Bynum, Pam Wilkes, Chanetta Ramey. 2nd Row, Janet Thomas, Angela Respus, Venita Brown, Angela Coley, Kim Payne, Pamela Wright, Erica Lowery, Evetta Evans, Pamela Swindler, Angela Garland. 3rd Row, Pamela Poole, Sheila Cash, Patricia Armstrong, Karen Burt, Twanda Staley, Brigitte Coles, Brenda Nowlin, Wanetta Harvey, Tanya Graves, (No Names). cz zn Seated, Sheila Howell, Karen Burt, Pamela Swindler, Standing, Angela Garland, Faith Bynum, Tanya Graves, Erica Lowery. JiiillllllUHIIIIIIIU Hebrew Lathan Dixon — President. i U Ik ■■■■! ■w Michael Wilkerson, Willie Woods, Kevin Dees, Malcolm Aaron, Tony Washinglon, Rodney Oakley, Curtis Richardson, Bruce Fison, Ben)arain McCartei, Roosevelt Pratt, Ricky Hyatt, Clinton Simon, Carlos Hicks, Ganzie Dent, Avery Williamson, Ulysses Johnson, Eric Griffin, Sieve Sesson, Anthony Burney, Hebrew Lathan Diion B E T A E P S I L O N ; Bill mil • ui s m r - Malcolm Aaron, Carlos Hicks. " The 13 Steps of Ethiopian Expansion " 232 ALPHA PHI ALPHA FRATERNITY, INC. Water Gate Fall " 85 " =---- The object of Alpha Phi Alpha is to stimulate the ambition of its members; to prepare them for the greatest usefulness in the cause of humanity, freedom and dignity of the individual; to encourage the highest and noblest form of manhood to aid down-trodden humanity in its efforts to achieve higher social economic and intellectual sta- tus; thus creating a most unforgettable motto " First of all servants of all, we shall transcend all. " National Miss Black Gold Queen- Kimberly E. Swanson ■5SSSSBSSS5S5SS We, the brothers of Beta Epsilon, the reigning National Undergraduate Chapter of the year, have worked endlessly in supporting a program that has upheld the aims and aspirations of our great fraternity. Anthony Burney — Vice President. THE RENAISSANCE OFFICERS: L to R Michael Barber, Terrence E Funderburk, Geofrey Anderson, Drew Wilharas, Douglas Dickerson, Milton A Earle, Gregory Burke, Nelson A- Lee, James Hall (Center) Wendell Countess L to R Vice President, Paul F Moore, President and Founder, Alphonso L. Smith, Not Pictured, Mike Cole ADVOCATERS 2: L to R Johnny Jackson, Wesley Childs, Gregory D. Burt, Michael Barber, Center (Sitting), Terrence E. Funderburk, Drew Williams, By- ron Home, Milton Earle, Troy Lemont Coleman, Mandell Jackson TODAY DECIDES TOMORROW: L to R, Front to Back V. P. Paul F. Moore, President, Alphonso L. Smith, E. Wesley Childs, Darrell Yarborough, Jonathen Jackson, Michael Barber, James Hall, Geoffrey Anderson, Nelson A. Lee, Douglas K Dickerson (Center), Gregory Burt, Andrew Wil- liams, Wendell Countess, Milton Earle, Byron Home, Troy L. Coleman, Terrence Funderburk, Mandell Jackson NOT PICTURED; Michael S Cole, Randall Saunders, Michael Williams, Ron- ald Lawrence. RENAISSANCE, UNO SI— 1ST CHAPTER PRO- MOTING BROTHERHOOD AND UNITY SAINTS OF THE RENAISSANCE; L to R Paul F Moore, Geofrey Anderson, Alphonso L Smith, Douglas Dickerson, Mandell Jackson, Byron Home, Wendell Countess, Nelson A Lee. Not Pic- tured, Mike Williams, Head Saint — F (Seated) Darrell Yarborough. 334 INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS ASSOCIATION Caroline Faza (Pa- lestine) — Miss ISA., K. Ranji Vaidyanathan (In- dia) — President, Shaion R. Martin- — Advisor, Franca Eqwu (Niger- ia) — Secretary, C. Diana Swarm (Ber- muda) — Commit- tee Member, Col- lin Koka (South Africa) — Vice President, Mildred N. Seaman (Ber- muda) — Commit- tee Member, Na- metsegang Nini Sekwati (Botswa- na) — Parliamentar- ian. 0 3 ' n° m ' -V-MCSt- -._,-. -. . ' . Fall " 83 " The 12 Disciples Fall " 84 " The K-10 THE MIDDLE-EASTERN PROVINCE CHAPTER OF THE YEAR— THE ALPHA NU CHAPTER OF KAPPA ALPHA PSI FRATERNITY, INC. 236 Fall " 85 " The 9 Sugar Babies The old new t SZ LZy THE ALPHA NU H |!fSAT.,;i:yliS5 JSs « ' " ' j Achievements from all angles. Reaching for that diamond in the sky! Yo Baby Yo! The Alpha Nu Chapter was founded on April 14, 1933 at NC A T State University, The Alpha Nu Chapter has been an intricate part of student academic, social and political life at A T. Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, founded on January 5, 1911 at Indiana University, with the ideals of achievement in every field of hu- man endeavor has placed an unquenchable thirst in all its members throughout the decades- The fraternity seeks to raise the sights of youth and stimulate them to accomplishments higher than might otherwise be realized or even imag- ined. " The Plot " d Officers: President Jay Beagles, Vice President Lisa Boiling, Secretary Sharlene J Perry, Treas Anna Lisa Sumpter, Advisor, Ms. Middleton, Stacey Gay Queen, Vice President (Assistant) Paul Richards. WE COMFORT ONE ANOTHER WITH THESE WORDS " STUDENTS- THE HEART OF NC A T SU. " HELLO! PHOTOGRAPHER, WE ARE THE LADIES OF NEW YORK! 238 fe REACHING FOR THE STARS ' A SMALL FAMILY WITH MUCH LOVE! LOVE, JOY AND PEACE! m OMEGA PSI PHI FRATERNITY, INC. I ,i-, L-R: Harry Davis, Gari Thomas, Walter Reuben, Ir., lonalhan Lewis, Rick Baldwin, William Baldwin, Terry Phelps, Steven B. Jones, Rez " Rude " Jeifries. Officers (L-R); Basileus — linathan Lewis (Center) Vice Basileus Steven B lones (Right), Keeper ot Finance — Walter Reuben, )r , Keeper of Records an ' l Seal — Marvin Lennon (Not Pictured). ' ' i ■ r- ta rir Spring ' 84 " Ricky ButiDett " t»r R«ub«D, ]r , Tarry Phalpi, Sl»v o B I Ronald W«« la, Shawn lankina, Larry Thompto L-R: Transfer Brothers: Baldwin. Rex Rude, Robert Berry, Rick On November 17, 1911 sacred to all Omega Men, the Omega the campus of Howard University Founders of this first greelj college campus were Edgar A Love, Oscar ). Cooper, FrAnlr iraternity was founded with the belief that " Friendship became the fraternity motto The cornerstones of Omega Psi flU nal principles Manhood, Scholarship, Perseverance, H ga has grown from the Mother Chapter, Alpha, at Howard ■ ' and undergraduate chapters throughout the United Stales, ' ' collectively claim nearly 60,000 Omega men. fe Willum Rowall (lady Ruckat No Picturad ) ' »« Phi Fralernity wai born on •n«t Black iralernily on a Black voUman, and Ernest E ]uit The ntial lo the •oul, " Ihui this ' r«tornily. Inc. are its lour cardi- Jpliit. Since lis founding, Ome- ome three hundred graduate is International chapters which In memory ol our Brother DR BONALD MC NAIR PHI MU ALPHA SINFONIA FRATERNITY Steven Gregory, Treasurer Lorenza Floyd Kenneth Buff, Educational officer The Handsmen Line " n PMj 1 1 Todd Harrell, Secretary Merwyn Smith Travis Powell, President William Barrow Willie Gilbert Charles Maldonado I. H 4 I n B r ' - M Russell Beaty MELODIC LINE History And Purposes: Phi Mu Alpha Sinlonia began with an invitation to a get-acquainted reception at Boston ' s New England Conservatory in the fall term of 1898. From this group of men a club was formed. This club accepted the suggestion of the newly-elected Director of the Conservatory, George W. Chadwick, that the group adopt the name of an organization of which he had been a member during his student days in Leipzig. SINFONIA was bom. The fraternity has grown far beyond the dreams of a few men in Boston. Its significant influence upon the musical life of America cannot be measured. But so long as there are those who believe in music and the brotherhood of musicians, Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia will flourish and make significant and lasting contributions to the cause of music in America. Darrell Harris Gregory Currie p rv ( n 1 jj Richard B. Harrison Players " The Peacemaker " AMERICAN COLLEGE THEATRE FESTIVAL XVIII Presents THE RICHARD B HARRISON PLAYERS Ol NORTH CAROLINA AST STATE UNIVERSITY Greensboro, North Carolina In The World ' s Premiere Production Of THE PEACEMAKER By Arnold Pinnis Directed by H D Flowers, II Set and Lights Designed by R Paul Thomason Projections and Photographs Designed by Larry Bell Costumes Designed by Mrs- Patricia O ' Connor and D E Coffey THE CAST {In Order of Appearance) Martin Luther King, Jr ' A Gregory Harris Actress One ' Cynthia Bailey Alberta King {The Mother) Mary (Friend) (The Waitress) Actor One Dwight Kirby Rev- King, Sr (The Father) Rev Kyle (A Friend and Minister) Act ress Iwo Victoria Rosa Coretta Scott (A Coed) Coretta Scott King (His Wife) Harvey Johnson Understudy for the role of Martin Luther King, Jr A fkJt J) MmfB AMERICAN COLLEGE THEATRE FESTIVAL XVIII Presents THE RICHARD B. HARRISON PLAYERS Of NORTH CAROLINA A T STATE UNIVERSITY Greensboro, North Carolina In The World ' s Premiere Production Of THE PEACEMAKER By Arnold Pinnix Directed by H. D. Flowers, II Set and Lights Designed by R. Paul Thomason Projections and Photographs Designed by Larry Bell Costumes Designed by Mrs. Patricia O ' Conner and D. E. Coffey THE CAST {In Order of Appearance) Martin Luther King, Ir " A Gregory Harris Actress One ' Cynthia Bailey Alberta King (The Mother) Mary (Friend) (The Waitress) Actor One Dwight Kirby Rev King Sr (The Father) Rev Kyle (A Friend and Minister) Actress Two Victoria Rosa CoreHa Scott (A Coed) Coretta Scott King (His Wife) Harvey Johnson Understudy for the role of Martin Luther King, ]r Archives f. 0. 9lufef3 tfbrary N. C. A ' T St ilmtfmiN Green bnrn. «.-G-?7rn ■ STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION 1985-86 Seated: Rev. lames P. Tharrington, Jr. President of SGA and Curtis Williams, Special Assistant. Thomas B. Horton Vice President External Affairs SGA Executive Board warn jO .K,® UNDER THE DI- RECTION OF MR. DARNEVY LAW, THE STUDENT SENATE HAS BEEN ACTIVELY INVOLVED WITH STUDENTS ' CON- CERNS. Christopher Morris Treasurer Terry Phelps Attorney General Christine McNeill Secretary Darnevy A. Law Vice President Internal Affairs 3J O Keith Latten President of SUBA seated Tyra Clymer introduces Coke Guggling Participants. THE SUAE BOARD WORKS TO ENSURE THAT THE UNION PROGRAMS FUL- FILL THE NEEDS AND INTERESTS OF THE ENTIRE CAM- PUS BY PROVIDING WELL-BALANCED AND VARIED CO- CURRICULAR AC- TIVITIES, OFFICERS Keith Latten President Melvin lones Vice President Tyra Cylmer Recording Secretary Thurman Ross Treasurer Mrs. Mattie Smith Adviser fe James Harris Melvin Jones Travis Hite Coke Guzzling Contest Tyra Clymer and associates enjoying Open Mike Program. Lisa Foust Eric Hampton DeNita Bobbins Arthur Myles WOMEN ' S COUNCIL R E S I D E N C E L I F E 250 THE AYANTEE YEARBOOK STAFF 1985-86 SONJA MARSHALL, EDITOR IN-CHIEF; WANDA CARTER, LAYOUT EDITOR; PATRICK CURRY, PHOTOGRA- PHER; BARI DAVIS, PHOTOGRAPHER; JUDY DAVIS, LAYOUT EDITOR; BONNE LOVELACE, PUBLIC RELA- TIONS; ARNOLD MAZYCK, PHOTOGRAPHER; TONY MURPHY, PHOTOGRAPHER; WADE NASH, PHOTOGRA- PHER; ALVIN WALKER, LAYOUT EDITOR; JOSEPH WILKERSON, HEAD PHOTOGRAPHER; MRS. DOROTHY I. BAILEY, ADVISER. 251 KHH CHANCELLOR EDWARD B. FORT STATED THAT, " RON MCNAIR WAS, IN THE LAST ANALYSIS, AN AUTHENTIC AMERICAN HERO. HE WAS AN EX- PLORER; HE WAS A SCI- ENTIST EXTRAORDINARY; HE WAS A HUSBAND AND FATHER; AND ABOVE ALL, RONALD MCNAIR WAS A BELIEVER IN THE DESTINY OF MANKIND. " RON McNAIR DIGNITARIES AST STUDENTS HONOR MCNAIR BLUFORD LIBRARY STAFF 2S4 STUDENT LIFE - ' 256 " PEEDIE " SNIPES AN HONORARY AGGIE HAPPY BIRTHDAY WITH LOVE! ELIZABETH LATIMER M.A. TAJ TRACEY BELTON STUDENTS . . . THE HEART OF . CHARLES WILLIAMS YAUCHING WANG SAMEER BADWAN N.C. A T STATE UNIVERSITY ■ ' - •l ru x Students from the School of Engineering ON YOUR RETIREMENT Recognition f?. rv f - Saluting . . . Professor William A. Streat N.Y. OHIO N.Y. EXTRA-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES FROM DARE TO CHEROKEE " 261 Dr. Gibbs Continuing to Visit Bluford Library Brothers in. .Christ DANIEL KNIGHT GERALD WILLIAMS DARRYL WALLACE JEROME WILLIAMS THOMAS HORTON 2«3 MLK BLACK HISTORY MONTH PROGRAMS THE INTERNATIONAL CONNECTION CONVOCATION REV. BILLY KYLES GUEST SPEAKER IN HONOR OF THE LATE DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. WHAT ' S THAT NOISE I HEAR? SPONSORED BY: STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION " I HAVE A DREAM " I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character. I have a dream today. I have a dream that one day . . . little black boys and black girls will be able to join hands with little white boys and white girl s and walk together as sisters and brothers . . . When we let freedom ring, when we let it ring from every village and every hamlet, from every state and every city, we will be able to speed up that day when all God ' s children, black men and white men, Jews and Gentiles, Protestants and Catholics, will be able to join hands and sing in the words of that Old Negro spiritual, " Free at last! Free at last! Thank God almighty, we are free at last! " — Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. 246 MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. TRIBUTES " " " " " " " " wsm ORATORICAL.... MLK.... TRIBUTES MISS CAROLYN CARTER DR. WILLIAM RANKIN MISS ELIZABETH GIBBS 5 r t t I ERIC GRIFFIN, MASTER OF CEREMONY DR. DOROTHY P BARNETT 1 lESSE JACKSON, JR. STUDENT LIFE • c 269 IN BETWEEN CLASSES . . . AND PROGRAMS € . " " ' " " " In Celebration of Black History Month The Literary Circle of North Carolina A T State University Presents ZORA: A Lecture Discussion of the Life and Writings of Zora Neale Hurston Conducted by Professor Robert Hemenway, Hurston Biographer and Chairman of the Department of English at the University of Kentucky at Lexington, and Professor Trudier Harris, Noted Afro-American Literature Critic and Folklorist at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 7:00 PM Wednesday, February 12, 1986 123 Gibbs Hall on the A T Campus This program is also sponsored by the North Carolina Humanities Committee nai M. N Greetings: Introduction of Speaker: Speaker: Introduction of Respondent: Respondent: Discussion: Conclusion: Reception: Program Dr. Jimmy Williams, Professor of English and Chairman, Department of Eng- lish North Carolina A T State University Dr. SallyAnn H. Ferguson, Moderator and Assistant Professor of English, North Carolina A T State University Dr. Robert Hemenway, Professor of English and Chairman of the Department of English at the University of Kentucky — Lexington Dr. SallyAnn H. Ferguson Dr. Trudier Harris, Professor of English at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Participants and Audience Lobby Student Union Advisory Board Presents Randall Robinson Executive Director, Trans Africa FRANKLIN H. WILLIAMS, President of the Phelps-Stokes Fund, an operating foundation concerned with the advancement of educational opportunities for Ameri- can minorities and Africans, began his career as assistant to Thurgood Marshall, the Special Counsel to the NAACP. Successfully passing the New York bar examination before graduation from Fordham University School of Law, he was appointed to the position upon receipt of his J.D. in 1945. Concentrating on military and criminal cases, he became the first NAACP staff assistant to appear before the U.S. Supreme Court where he successfully won reversals of death sentences of several black youths unjustly convicted for capital crimes. One case involving three Florida youths convict- ed on a charge of rape and tried in a highly emotional atmosphere was reported by Ted Poston, a noted black journalist, who earned the Heywood Broun Award for Journalism with his New York Post series depicting the tension and terror to which the attorneys were subjected. In 1959, Williams was appointed Assistant Attorney-General of the State of California where he established the first Constitutional Rights Section of any State Department of Justice in the Country. As Chief of that Section he forced the Professional Golfer ' s Association to admit black membership — an action which effectively removed racial bars preventing black participation in PGA tournaments. After John F. Kennedy ' s election, Williams was called to Washington to assist Sargent Shriver in organizing the U.S. Peace Corps. He and Shriver traveled around the world consulting with heads of state in 9 countries before volunteers were sent overseas. He was the first Black to be appointed an Ambassador to the U.S. Mission to the U.N. D A N C E T R O U P E »lm TO ALL FRESHMEN ... WE DEDICATE THIS SPREAD TO YOU . . . John O. Crosby 1892-1896 James B. Dudley 1896-192S Ferdinand D. Bluford 1925-1955 Warmoth Thomas Gibbs 1956-1960 PRESIDENTS AND CHANCELLORS PAST AND PRESENT Samuel Proctor 1960-1964 i ' i:in Lewis C. Dowdy 1964-1980 Cleon F. Thompson 1980-1981 (Interim) Edward B. Fort 1981 -Present WE WILL REMEMBER ALWAYS THE FAMOUS FOUR JIBREEL KHAZAN (EZELL BLAIR, JR.) FRANKLIN EUGENE MC CAIN JOSEPH ALFRED MC NEILL DAVID LEINAIL RICHMOND 280 THE GREENSBQ m tri»«t« U tiM four r Ez«ll Blair. Jr. jC Jibraal — " Franklin McCain " " 281 Christine C. Shelton Annie P. Caldwell Loleta A. Chavis ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT Ricky R. Jackson Marguerite Williams, Herbert Stauffer, Carol Simrel Brenda Ray 282 @ Jnfi John Smith Thomas Jefferson Ernestine Purnell ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT Queen Baimerman Scott Hummel Joyce Harrison Gloria Hughes Dolores S. Davis Mona Lisa Covingion ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT Randolph A. Robinson, Sr., Lavonne Matthews, Nate Hall, Carolyn Watlington, Chiquita McAllister, John Steele Jacquelyn Davis 284 LYNN CLAY VETA GRAVES s E C R E T A R I E S S E C R E T A R I E S 4 CECELIA CUNNINGHAM GRACE FINLEY SECRETARIES J f% h • Wanda G. Meekins Linda Hunter Gale Barger Carolyn Caldwell, Leonora Brant, Yvonne Dewar Nobra Eady Beverly McLeod Sharon B. Martin Secretaries Brenda Jones Cornelia M. Powers Brenda Patterson Maurice Joyner Crystal McCombs Mary Ingram Gloria J. Casterlow I ' ■mt ' ' iSs: Ester Johnson Audrey Riddick Patricia Wall Gracie B. Potts Doris Page Secretaries Secretari aries Viola Williams Faye M. Caple Virginia W. Brown Rhea Flores, Deloris Thompson, Evelyn H. Gales, Theresa M. Melton, An- drea Roberson Athelia Lomax Kay M. Harris Shirley Medley 288 Secret anes Bonita D Winborne Felicia S. Hooper K. Renee High Brenda Savage Fran Holcomb Deborah Livingston Brenda Petty Ball Dinah Brame Shciron Siler Gayle Parker Gladys Corbitt Secretaries Marteena B, Woolen BSSg gS ga iitm 1 1 1 1 j 1 Secretari aries ' Karlene Prince Janice E. Taylor Linda Waddell Linda Harper, Dorothy Martin, Mary Mims, James Rice, Sharon Martin, Brenda Searcy Anne Jones and Ethel Chiles I Secretaries r- r nil I " ■ rrji Jacqueline McMillan Nettie Rowland Idella M. lones Henrietta Largent Lori Thompson Luvaier McKoy Marche Cameron F -f ' EARLA DORSETT ri ' ' ir - ■«■ CAROLYN CROSSON CARRIE DRAKE ONNIE WHITELOW 292 VELMA WHITE NINA E. BRIDGES ARTHELIA LOMAX DR. GRAVELY— CHEMISTRY ENGINEERING SECRETARY PROFESSOR BAILEY UNIVERSITY COUNSELORS MARVA WALTINGTON JOYCE P. EDWARDS CARLOTTA BAKER MARYLOU BOWERS PEGGY OLIPHANT 91 COUNSELING SERVICES x» JAMES SIBERT Counselor H DR. ROBERT L. WILSON, DIRECTOR PAMELA L. VALADEZ Counselor DISCIPLINE, ACADEMIC MR. MILLER 296 PURSUITS 3k MRS. VIRGINIA MC KEE ASSISTANT TO THE CHANCELLOR DR. WILLIE T. ELLIS ASSOCIATE VICE CHANCELLOR FOR ACADEMIC AFFAIRS MRS. DORIS CANADA MRS. SHIRLEY FRYE Outstanding Contributors Toward Student Growth and Development 300 MR. ROGER MC KEE DR. DOROTHY P. BARNETT Wlf DR. LUCILLE J. PIGGOTT i DR. RICHARD MOORE MRS. ALENE YOUNG DIRECTOR OF LIBRARY SERVICES DR. RUDOLPH ARTIS DIRECTOR OF REGISTRATION AND RECORDS MR. CLENTON BLOUNT DIRECTOR OF ADMISSIONS MR. MARVIN WATKINS DIRECTOR OF RESEARCH ADMINISTRATION DR SANDRA ALEXANDER DIRECTOR OF FRESHMEN STUDIES DR. ROBERT WILSON DIRECTOR OF COUNSELING SERVICES MR. LEON WARREN DIRECTOR OF CAREER PLANNING AND PLACEMENT MR. CHARLIE WILLIAMS DIRECTOR OF SPECIAL SERVICES MRS. SHARON RICHARDS-MARTIN DIRECTOR OF INTERNATIONAL AND MINORITY STUDENT AFFAIRS MRS. NORMA PENNIX DIRECTOR OF VETERANS AND HANDICAPPED STUDENT AFFAIRS I .1 i MR. JAMES ARMSTRONG DIRECTOR OF UPWARD BOUND DR. H.D. FLOWERS, II DIRECTOR OF PAUL ROBESON THEATRE i MRS LILLIAN COUCH DIRECTOR OF PERSONNEL MR. JOSEPH DAUGHTRY DIRECTOR OF UNIVERSITY POLICE SERVICE MRS EDITH DAVIS DIRECTOR OF PAYROLL MRS. MAXINE DAVIS DIRECTOR OF PURCHASING MR. ANDRE JAMES DIRECTOR OF AUXILIARY SERVICES MR. LENNIE BEAMON DIRECTOR OF PHYSICAL PLANT MR. JONAH SMITH BURSAR CASHIER ' S OFFICE MR. NATHANIEL HALL DIRECTOR OF CONTRACTS AND GRANTS MR. HAROLD LANIER DIRECTOR OF COOPERATIVE EDUCATION MR. WILLIE MOORING INTERIM DIRECTOR OF COMPUTER CENTER DR. JEWEL H. STEWART DIRECTOR OF INSTITUTIONAL RESEARCH AND PLANNING MRS RUBY JONES SALARY ADMINISTRATOR ? rchives p. 0. ' ' M ' i 1-ikf ' ! ■ ate Univenrti L 2T4!l N.C. A T STATE UNIVERSITY A L U M N I .!fe DR. SAMPSON BUIE DIRECTOR .-•irt, AFFAIRS 311 ALUMNI AFFAIRS SPORTS HALL OF FAME 1985-86 INDUCTEES FACULTY AND S T A F F i t? J FACULTY MR. CALVIN ERVIN DR. I.E. MARSHALL DR. FRISSELL JONES DOWDY ADMINISTRATION BLDG. NORTH CAROLINA AGRICULTURAL AND TECHMCAL STATE UNIVERSITY CORBETT SPORTS CENTER SWIMMING POOL MR. HAROLD MARTIN, SUPERINTENDENT . j: 1 •«i FARM. . .AND CATTLE. . .AGRICULTURE IN MEMORY OF Mrs. Loreno M. Marrow THE A T REGISTER NEWSPAPER STAFF THE 1985-86 STUDENT BODY AT NORTH CAROLINA A T STATE UNIVERSITY WILL REMEMBER ALWAYS ROTC LTC Johnny Williams % SSGT A.B Cook NCOIC CPT Daniel A. McFadgen Commandant of Cadets CPT Judy Atkinson R O SSGT James Scolari T SSGT Stanley King c CPT Curtis S. Driggers MAJOR MARIANO CORPUS MSII INSTRUCTOR OIC LOGISTICS CPT. HAZEL L. YOUNG MAJOR DARRYL D. MAGEE SSG. DOUGLAS KOTHENBEUTEL SUPPLY NCOIC SFC HAROLD WILSON i 323 IN MEMORY OF DR. HOWARD ROBINSON V MEMORIUM FOR ALL OF OUR DECEASED BROTHERS AND SISTERS WHOM WE FAILED TO LIST. WE PAUSE IN MEMORY. w w INDEX A T DANCE TROUPE, 276 A T Fellowship Choir, 214 A T Register, 228-229 Academic Pursuits And Extra- Class Activities, 96,296 Action Shots: Football, 138 Men ' s Basketball, 144 Women ' s Basketball, 149 Administration, 299-311 Administrative Support, 282- 284 African Heritage Center, 188- 189 Aggie Toastmasters, 201 Agriculture School of, 162 Alpha Lambda Delta, 201 Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., 230-231 Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., 232-233 Alpha Phi Omega Fraternity, Inc., 215 Alobeaem Society, 216 Alumni Affairs, 311-312 American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 202 An Aggie At Heart, 02 An Honorary Aggie, 257 An A T Scholar 1985-86 Goals and Objectives, 14 Annual Homecoming Parade, 130 Architectural Engineering Society, 217 Arts and Sciences College of, 163-164 Association for Computing Machinery, 203 Ayantee Yearbook Staff, 251 Ayantee Yearbook Theme, 10- 13 B Ball Drexell, 143 Band University, 132-133 Barber Shop, 175 Base Ball Team, 154-155 Basketball Coaches Men ' s, 145 Basketball Coach Women ' s, 148 Basketball Players, 146-147 Beauty Salon, 176 Beta Alpha Psi, 218 Beta Gamma Sigma, 204 Beta Psi, 204 Black College Day, 106 Black History Month Programs: A T Dance Troupe, 276 Franklin H. Williams, 275 Randall Robinson, 274 Zora, 272-273 Board of Trustees, 6 Bookstore, 175, 296-297 Bowling Women ' s and Men ' s, 150 Buck, Roland E., 8,15 Business And Economics School of, 165 Campus Barber Shop, 175 Campus Beauty Salon, 176 Canteen, 177 Career Day, 43 Chancellor Edward B. Fort, 7 Chancellor ' s Letter, 200 Chancellors Past and Present, 278-279 Chancellors Vice, 8 Cheerleaders, 131 Classes: Freshman, 31-40 Sophomore, 45-52 Junior, 55-60 Senior, 64-92 Class Divider, 27 Classroom and Laboratory Concentrations Physical Science, 93 Classroom Projects, 94,293 Coaches: Football, 139 Men ' s Basketball, 145 Women ' s Basketball, 148 College of Arts and Sciences, 163-164 Commencement 1984-85, 1 Concentration 100%, 29 Concert MAZE, 156-157 Contents, 3-4 Convocation, Rev. Billy Kyles, 265 Coronations: Mr. Aggie and Others, 104 Miss International Students Association, 108 Miss A T, 127-128 Counseling Services, 295 Council of Presidents, 219 Court of Miss A T, 109 D Deans School, 9 Dedication, 15 Dedication 100% Junior Class, 55 Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., 220 Dividers: Administration, 298 Administrative Support, 281 Classes, 27 Recognized Student Organizations, 199 Schools of Concentrations, 161 Sports, 135 Student Life, see recognized student organizations, 199 Supportive Services, 174 Dowdy Administration Picture, 13 Economi cs Club, 205 Edgecombe Aggie Club, 205 Education School of, 166 Engineering School of, 167 Facilities, 316 Faculty, 314-315 Farm Life, 317 F.D. Bluford Library, 254-255 Female Track Team, 151 Food Service, 178 Freshman Class, 31-40 Freshman Officers, 30 Freshman Orientation, 28 " FROM DARE TO CHEROKEE, " 158 Football Players, 140-142 Football Players Reunion, 135 Football Schedule, 138 Fort, Edward B. Chancellor, 7 Founders ' Day, 110-111 G Godfrey Doug, 319 Gospel Messengers, 206 Graduate School, 169, 170- 171 Greensboro Four, 280 H Health Center, 179 History Club and Magazine, 207 Housing Operations, 182-185 Index 326-328 International Students Association, 108,235 Intramural Sports, 107, 136- 137 K Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc., 236-237 King, Martin Luther Jr. Tributes, 266-268 Kyles, Billy 265 Laundry, 180 Learning Assistance Center, 172-173 Library, 254-255 Lyceum Series, 41 M Marrow, Loreno M., 318 Mclntyre, Charles, 8 McNair, Ronald-01, 198, 252- 253 Memorials: Doug Godfrey, 319 Alfonso Gore, 172 Loreno Marrow, 318 Carrie H. Waldrum, 168 Howard Robinson, 324 Other Deceased, 325 Memorial Union Staff, 186- 187 Men ' s Track Team, 151 MLK Black History Month Programs, 264 Metropolitan Area Association, 207 Miss A T, 112-113 Moss, Orby, 143 Mu Phi Epsilon International Professional Music, Inc., 197 N National Agri-Marketing Association, 209 New Dimension Experimental Ensemble, 208 New England Aggie Club, 208 New Jersey Club, 221 New York Unlimited, 238-239 Nursing School, 168 o Off-Campus Life, 194-195 Officers: Freshman Class, 30 Sophomore Class, 44 Junior Class, 54 Senior Class, 63 Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc., 240-241 Organizational Queens Escorts, 114-126 Oratorical Tributes Judges and Special Guests, 268 Orientation Freshman, 28 Outstanding Contributors Toward Student Growth and Development, 300-301 Pan-Hellenic Council, 227 Parade, 130 Peedie An Honorary Aggie, 257 Phyllis Finest, 222 Physical Plant, 181 Physical Science Classroom and Laboratory Concentrations, 93 Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, 242- 243 Pi Mu Epsilon, 210 Post Office, 180 Prespiration 100% Sophomore Class, 45 Projects Classroom, 94 R Reaching Higher Heights of Awareness 100% Concentration, 29 Richard B. Harrison Players, 244-245 Rho Epsilon Real Estate Fraternity, 223 Robinson, Randall, 274 Ron McNair, 01, 252-253 (1985-86) Roster And Recruits, 143 ROTC, 320-323 Schedules: Football, 138 Men ' s Basketball, 144 Women ' s Basketball, 149 Schools: Agriculture, 162 College of Arts And Sciences, 163-164 Business And Economics, 165 Education, 166 Engineering, 167 Nursing, 168 Graduate, 169 Scholar, An A T, 14 Schools and College Deans, 9 Quiester Craig William DeLauder Suresh Chandra Albert Spruill Albert Walker Margaret Warren B.C. Webb Secretaries, 285-292 Sisters of The Brothers In Christ (SOBIC), 210 — Simms, Nathan Jr., 9— Smith, Albert E., 9 Society for Advancement of 327 Management (SAM), 211 Society of Physic Students, 211 Specifications Ayantee Yearbook, 328 South Africa Apatheid, 105 South Carolina Aggie Club, 212 Space Shuttle Program, 198 Splash Party, 196 Staff, 313 Staff Appreciation Day, 18 Streat Professor, 260 Student Life, 16,17,19,20-26, 42,53,61-62,95,97-160,192- 251,256-277 Student Cluster Activities Council, 212 Student Government Association, 246-247 Student Union Advisory Board, 248-249 Summer School, 2 Supportive Services, 174-191 Table of Contents, 3-4 Tau Beta Pi, 224 The Annual Student Government Association ' s Reception For Miss A T, 129 The 94th Annual Commencement, 1 The 1985-86 Annual Homecoming Parade, 130 The 1985-86 Coronation of Miss North Carolina Agricultural And Technical State University, 127-128 The Brothers In Christ (BIC), 213 The Rennassiance, 234 Theme Ayantee Yearbook, 10- 13 Tip-In (Between pages 16 17) Dorothy Alston Benjamin Rawlins Nathan Simms, Jr. Albert Smith Sullivan Welborne Transportation Club, 225 Trustees Board of, 6 u University Band, 132-133 University Counselors, 294- 295 University Day, 160 University Facilities, 316 University Police, 190-191 and Schedule, 148 Women ' s Basketball Team and Action Shots, 149 Women ' s Council, 250 Women ' s Men ' s Bowling, 150 Wrestling, 153 Young Entrepreneurs, 213 Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc., 226 Zora, 272-273 (SEE SENIOR CLASS FOR THE ALMA MATER, 64-92) V Vice Chancellors, 8 (see Vice Chancellors on Tip-In Between pages 16 17) Volleyball, 152 w Williams, Franklin H. Who ' s Who Among Students In American Universities and Colleges, 97 Women ' s Basketball Coach AYANTEE YEARBOOK SPECIFICATIONS, 1985-86 INTER-COLLEGIATE PRESS LAYOUT MAT PASTE-UP SHAWNEE MISSION, KANSAS PROGRAM PIONEER PAGE TRIM SIZE 9X12 PAPER STOCK 80 ENAMEL BINDING SIG KIND OF COMPOSITION TYPE 30 NUMBER OF PAGES 328 4 PAGE TIP NUMBER OF BOOKS 4500 JIM GARRETT, PLANT REPRESENTATIVE ROBERT LAWSON, SCHOOL REPRESENTATIVE DOROTHY I BAILEY, ADVISER 328 Dr. Ronald McNair A GREAT AMERICAN Hero Aichives F. D. Blufort W ry N. C. A t T tit 4rtiv i Greenslioft, N. C. 27411 i -m m j AN AGGIE AT HEART , 1950-1986 . • '

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