North Carolina Central University - Eagle Yearbook (Durham, NC)

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X . . ' ■kSi. ' ' M IT •V«J« mMM 1979-80 FAYETTEVILLE STREET DurharrirNC . :,- E itor-in-j:hi?f ' Til TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction 1 Senior 12 Junior 49 Sophomores 63 Freshman 74 Faculty Administration 96 Law School 124 Graduate 126 Nursing 130 Fine Arts 132 Alumni 134 Who ' s Who 136 Organizations 146 SGA Awards 182 Greeks and Social Fellowships .... 194 Student Life 216 Homecoming and Campus Queens . 234 j Sports 257 ; ' made Weve seen a lot ' Some old, Some new. " V Ms. NCCU strutted down the aisle ■ . ' ' =i - Homecoming had her day o • " All was so fruitful and beautiful v ' . • ' ' ' ' ' so Close, but yet so far away, sfh, - ' m % » - " - Even during the Masons •,, g . We ' ve had many disapAjintments But all know the name! We ' ve learned from th(fee mistakes:. And we moved from dly to day i, ' !% Z, But all is not lost For we ' re ' so close, but yet so far aili African Ambassadors mJ Hf r ti And others from all around fT»- i -i - : v atio We found liope where ' There was So Close, but yet so far away. And now, we ' re at the end of out ' ' t this message be loud and clear jr fight is just beginning do something while you ' re hereiJ hen we jPgljjQjfive years fr " wr [ ilg our stay be in vain " " " IP " ' ' T " ufYi so close, but yet so far away - To insurmountable gain! Barbara McPhail ACKNOWLEDGEMENT This year ' s edition of the eagle is being dedicated to Dr. Helen G. Edmonds on behalf of her numerous personal and university affiliated accomplishments. Some of these accomplishments include the position of Dean of the Graduate School (19641971), and Professor Emeritus of North Carolina Central University (1971 -1977). Dr. Edmonds has been a motivational and inspirational leader to students and administration alike for a number of years and continues to be active in University related affairs. I am sure I speak for the entire university community by stating that her undying interest in the future growth of the student body, not only in sheer numbers, but in the quality attained by the students are greatly appreciated by all par- ties concerned. According to Dr. Edmonds, " The Eagle is no ordinary! " So, we as students must strive to fulfill the ideals of our highly distinguished alumna. Dr. Helen G. Ed- monds. Duff Tinnin Dr. George Reid The bonafide student body of North Carolina Central University acknowledge the many services rendered to this university and student body by Dr. James F. Blue, Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs; Dr. Rodger Bryant, Assistant Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs; and Dr. George Reid. Dr. James F. Blue Dr. Rodger Bryant -ap?:i- JNorth Carolina Central University Founder ' s Day Friday, November 2 NCCU - A Triumph of Faith " The history of orth Carolina Central I nnersity and its founder. Dr. fames E. Shepard. 1.1 music and narrative. presented by the VCCt Choirs and the Department of Dramatic Art. 11 a.m. B.N. Duke Auditorium Wrealh-la inB exercise al Dr. Shopard s statue to follow. t the lounge of the oino Elder Student An Educator Is Born The history of North Carolina Central University is in- timately linked with the life of James E. Shepard. When he was 35 years of age, he founded the institution; for the remaining 37 years of his life he carried its respon- sibility, directed its course, secured the funds for its operation and extension, and molded its course. Dr. James E. Shepard was born in Raleigh, North Carolina, November 3, 1875 to Reverend Augustus Shepard and the former Hattie Whitted. His father, a Bap- tist minister served as pastor of the White Rock Baptist Church of Durham. Being of a religious family background, James Shepard was raised to love Jesus. He was baptized at an early age. He was educated at Shaw University, one of the oldest Black Institutions In the country, which had been founded in the early wave of interest in Black education by Major Tupper. James E. Shepard was trained as a pharmacist and opened the first Black drug store in Durham. Later, he became a licensed preacher, in order to present the needs of his school from the pulpits of his brethem. In his druggist days, he became interested in politics and was appointed deputy collector of internal revenue, with offices in Raleigh. He was considering the campaign of Congress as successor to Representative Cheatham, last black to represent North Carolina in the national legislature (at that time), when he accepted appointment int to a post in the office of the Register of Deeds of Washington, D.C. r Annie D. Shepard Author of N.C.C.CI. ' s Alma Mater ALMA MATER Mrs. Annie Day Shepard apparently held only one title at this university her husband founded in 1910. For three years she was identified as Matron of the Dining Hall. For thirty-six years Mrs. Shepard was devoted to counseling students. If not for her efforts in helping students, many of them would not have achieved their wants and wishes. Mrs. Shepard was the author to the words to the university ' s Alma Mater, whose three verses are still sung today. Mrs. Shepard died Februray 8, 1 947. Her funeral was conducted on the following Monday. That morning an address by Langston Hughes was scheduled on the N.C.C.CJ. campus. The celebrated poet dedicated a poem. " Dear Lovely Death " to Mrs. Shepard. Mrs. Shepard was married to James E. Shepard November 7 , 1895. To their union, two daughters were born — Majorie and An- nie Day. ' Dear Old N.C.C. " The sloping hills, the verdant green The lovely blossoms ' beauteous sheen Surround our college proud and Gray Where wave our colors Maroon and Gray What matters it how far we roam. Our thots will oft return to home And hearts will e ' er be true to thee. Our Alma Mater M.C.C. Chorus Then Rah! Rah! Rah! For our colors so gay! Dear Old M.C.C. ' s Maroon and Gray Thy Sons and Daughters will honor thee. Dear Old N.C.C. You send us forth with hearts of love So like a blessing from above. And from the path we ' ll never stray Our dear Alma Mater Maroon and Gray We ' ll work and fight, we ' ll win our way. When duty calls we shall obey And may we e ' er return to thee Our Alma Mater. N.C.C. mt N.C.C.G. A Beautiful Place North Carolina Central_Unlverslty Founded 1910 by James j E.Shepard for Negroes. State liberal arts col- lege. 1925-1969. Now a regional university. Tradition Community Dedication Tranquility This is EAGLE Country The Morth Carolina Central University campus is 105 acres of rolling land within the city limits of Durham, North Carolina. rnCCU ' s 40-some buildings are connected to one another by tree-lined walks and sit on green lawns. Dr. James E. Shepard founded INCCCI in 1910 and served as its president until his death in 1947. Students and faculty mem- bers are reminded by this statue, erected by Morth Carolina ' s Prince Hall Masons, of the principles the founder stood for. The motto of the school. Truth and Service, " em- bodies those principles. A sense of community is cultivated at Morth Carolina Central. Faculty and stu- dents share a common goal, and the achievements of hCCG graduates serve to illustrate the successes born in the classrooms of Morth Carolina Central University. Flowering and fruiting trees and shrubs perfume tfie air for nine montfis of the year as MCCU students walk from classrooms to dormitories. Modern design blends with Georgian lines in the campus buildings. MCCCI is a beautiful place. NCCCJ offers undergraduate, graduate and professional programs in its five schools. In keeping with the principles of " Truth and Service. " many programs are oriented to community and national needs: criminal justice, public administration, health administration, education, nursing, library science, and many others. The liberal arts approach to education is seen as training for leadership in the community. To Work And Study B « ' JMff K lMfli H HPlA. t E " " " H Hv H B l NORTH CAROLINA CENTRAL UNIVERSITY Fall Convocation September 27, 1979 10:40 A.M. R. L. McDOUGALD GYMNASIUM Jannelle Diggs — Ms. Senior SCO ELF rs A F 1 S 1 o s R Rtl f c R Reggie Bryant — Vice President Frances Perry — Secretary Avis Artis — Treasurer Dorcas Michelle Adams Public Administration Gadsden, S.C, Donald Edward Alderman Public Administration Wallace, M.C. Shirley Ann Alford Business Education Rocky Mount, M.C. Dorothy Graham Allen Business Education Durham, N.C. Hattie A. Allen Elementary Education Henders on, N.C. Gloria Marie Alston Kenneth Fletcher Alston Norman H. Alston Pamela D. Alston Michael Obi Anagor Nursing Accounting Psychology Nursing Business Administration Queens. N.Y. Washington, D.C. Jacksonville, N.C. Seaford. Del. Nigeria Avis Annette Archer Ellis Ray Armstrong Michelle Anise Arrington Avis Adriena Artis Linda C. Ashley History Pre- Physiotherapy Biology Biology Elementary Ed. Winton,N.C. Mount Olive. N.C. Philadelphia. Pa. Faison.N.C. Camden, N.J. SENIORS Barbara Jean Atkins Fine Arts Williamston. M.C. Morris Alvin Autry Public Administration Salemburg, M.C. Lester Rowan Baker Business Administration Brevard, M.C. Thedora Lee Baker business Administration Raleigh, N.C. Alice Faye Baldwin Public Administration Wtiiteville, N.C. Gwendolyn Dora Barrino Nursing Charlotte, N.C. William Fletcher Baskervllle Music Henderson, N.C. Paul Anthony Batts Psychology Rocky Mount, N.C. Tanya Christine Bell Business Education Wilmington, N.C. Ricky Ricardo Bennett Rec. ' edtion Nev. London. N.C. LASS OF 1980 r Theodora Anita Bennett Elementary Education Charleston, S.C. Sandra Ketrina Benton Business Administration Reidsville. M.C. Malcom Reid Berry Recreation Valdese, M.C. Lynwood Donnell Best Accounting Goldsboro, N.C. Calla Maria Bethel Music Education Raleigh, M.C. Mildred Gloria Betts Elementary Education, K-3 Virgilina. Va. Michael Lyndell Billingsley CriminalJustice Fayetteville, M.C. Gloria Jean Blackman Elementary Education, K-3 Apex, N.C. Deborah Ann Blackmon Mursing Lumberton, M.C. Debora Carol Blackwell Elementary Education, K-3 Roxboro, N,C. Virgie Blackwell Business Administration Durham, M.C. Pamela Denise Blake Physical Education Durham, M.C. Barbara Kaye Blount Public Administration Swan Quarter, M.C. Sharon Alexander Boateng Home Economics Fashion Textile Design Takoma Park, Md. Cecil Timothy Boddie Therapeutic Recreation Oak City, M.C. SO CLOSE BUI Anthony Bernard Bonapart CriminalJustice Charlotte, M.C. Antonio Booth Public Administration Durham, N.C. Deanza Bostick Business Administration Rockingham, h.C. Mary Minor Boston Business Education Durham, N.C. Carolyn Naomi Boyd Business Administration Littleton, N.C. Jacqueline Thomasine Boyd Stephanie Gwenette Boyd Kathy Demetra Bradsher Earl Michael Brandon Gregory Carl Braswell Sociology Mursing Elementary Education History Recreation Rockingham. M.C. Kings Mountain, M.C. Hurdle Mills, M,C. Durham, N.C. Rocky Mount. M.C. Schwester Carrolle Brewer Sociology Charlotte, M.C. Perey A. Brinkley Jr. Business Administration Durham, N.C. Nelson McKinley Britt Business Administration Raleigh. M.C. Pamela Maria Broadnax Business Administration Reidsville, N.C. Beverly Jean Brown Business Administration Durham, N,C. Iyet so far away 1 Jacqueline Darlene Brown History Gastonia. INC. Myra Yvonne Brown biology Magnolia, M.C. Toni Annette Brown Mathematics Durham, N.C, Twyla Gunell Brown Business Administration Fayetteville, N.C, Victoria Brown CriminalJustice Colonia, rS.J. Wanda Pearl Brown Elementary Education Wilson, M.C. Wilbur E. Brown Jr. Biology Fredericksburg, Va. Deanna Jeanne Bryant Business Administration Tabor City. N,C. Deloris V. Bryant Business Education Reginald Lewis Bryant Public Administration Columbia, N.C. Maggie M. Bullock Temple Bullock Doris Faye Bulluck Janice Denise Bulluck Angela Bonita Burwell Political Science Elementary Education Mursing Psychology Sociology Manson, N.C. Henderson, M.C. Rocky Mount, N.C. Rocky Mount, M.C. Wilmington, N.C. I AM NOT AFRAID Timmy Ray Butler Business Administration Clinton, N.C. Thomas Michael Caldwell Public Administration Winston-Salem, N,C. Cheryl Senora Campbell Public Administration Charlotte, N.C. Rosalind Montressa Camps Anthony Munsel Cannady Business Administration Visual Communications Fayetteville, N.C. Durham. N.C. JoAnn Cartwright Bruce Edward Cash Shelby Jean Cash Cynthia Denise Cassidy Bernard Casterlow Home Economics Business Administration Nursing Business Administration Business Administration Camden, N.C. Roxboro, N.C. Roxboro, N.C, Charlotte, N.C. Rich Square, N.C. Brenda Lee Chasten Carol Fellows Chow Cynora Diana Clark Debora Dianne Clark Denise Clark Nursing Nursing Sociology Clothing and Textiles English Rose Hill, N.C. Durham, N.C. Winston-Salem. N.C. Asheville, N.C. Belmont. N.C OF TOMORROW Debra Ann Coats Biology Washington, DC. Gwenevere Miranda Cobb INursing Raleigh. N.C. Sharon Edwards Coffield Public Administration Durham. N.C. 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Janneile Thomasina Diggs Foods and Nutrition Newport Mews, Virginia AND 1 Aaron Dixon Tonette Valerie Dixon James Curtis Dockery Deidre Brunella Dorsey Rachel Louise Downey Accounting English Political Science Elementary Education Elementary Education Charlotte, N.C. Salisbury, NC. Laurinburg, N.C. Bronx. MY. Oxford. M.C. Alice Marie Drake Edward Joseph Dudas Jr. Dale Orine Duncan Clarice Dunn Bernice Dupree Biology Recreation Criminal Justice Elementary Education Elementary Education Greensboro. N.C. Morrisville, N.C. Wadesboro.N.C. Raleigh. N.C. Pinetops, N.C. Janice Faye Earie Therapeutic Recreation Belmont. N.C. Barbara Denise Edwards Recreation Hennco. N.C Thomas J. Elijah III Finance Acct. Pfafftown, N.C. Timothy Nigel Ellerby Business Administration Wadesboro, N.C. Sherrie Annetta Evans Business Education OxiOTd. N.C. LOVE TODAY Merritha A. Everett Nursing Durham, N.C Shirmaine Delanie Faison Public Administration Littleton, IN.C. Vanessa Diane Farrar Health Education Pittsboro, MC. Jerry Farrior CriminalJustice Teachey, M.C. rHathan Farrior Mness Administration Rose Hill, N.C. Cynthia Faull Business Administration Rose Hill. N.C. Alphonso Wayne Felton Geography Elizabeth City. N.C. Marlene Ferrell Business Administration Cary, N.C- Rosalind Renita Fields English Raleigh, N.C. Eugene Raynard Fleming CriminalJustice Greenville, S.C. Teresa Rose Fleming Public Administration Robersonville, N.C. Deborah Jean Flowers Clothing and Textiles Mt. Olive, N.C. Gloria Faye Floyd Accounting Fairmont, N.C. Charles Michael Foster Music Raleigh, N.C Renee Yvonne Foster Health Education Winston Salem. N.C LIFE IS A m Vanessa Dale Foust Mursing Mebane, M,C. Casandra Denise Fowler Criminaljustice Marion, N.C, Carlotta Joesphine Fox Business Administration Lenoir. rn.C. Janie Cebrlttia Franks Clothing Textiles Pollocksville, N.C- Ruth O. Freeman Clothing and Textiles Durham. h.C, Olivia Denise Catling Public Administration Morlina, MC, Miriam Lenore Gattis Accounting Durham. N C Juanda Gibbons Accounting Come, M.C. Anthony Kelvin Gibbs Accounting Arapahoe. N.C. Carolyn Denise Gibbs Early Childhood Education Bavboro. N.C. COMSTANT CHANGE q c: BrendaVernettGibbs Ivah Bonita Gilbert Reginald Jerome Godette Deborah Ann Gourdine Leroy Graham Elementary ' Education Elementary Education Business Administration Health Education Business Administration Durham, h.C. Wadesboro, M.C Havelock, M.C Charleston, S.C. Bolton. M.C. Camela Olivia Green James Kelly Green III James Preston Green Phyllis Greene Tarnaz Lee Greene Political Science English Public Administration Biology Physical Education Orangeburg. S.C. Fayetteville, M.C. Henderson, h.C. Trenton. M.C. Williamston.M.C FROM ONE m Anthony Raymond Griffin Joycelynn Denise Gwyn Public Administration English Hempstead, NT. Mount Airy. M.C. Gwendolyn Hackney Nursing Youngsvllle, N.C. Janet Lee Halsey Business Administration Edenton, N.C. Renata Nola Hamm Education Durham. N.C. Renita Darlene Hammond Business Education Fayetteville. N.C. Lorraine Deloise Harper Nursing Maysvllle. N.C. Angela Levern Harris Nursing Trenton. N.C. Chester Harris Business Administration Durham. N.C. Curtis L. Harris Mathematics Charleston. S.C. Cynthia Elaine Harris Gary Harris Joann Harris Roy Hiawatha Harris Sociology CriminalJustice English Public Administration Halifax. N C Washington. D.C. Jackson. N.C. Denver. Colo. POIMT TO ANOTHER James Henry Hatchel Business Administration Washington. N.C. Phyllis Gwena Hawes business Administration Durham, N.C. Wanda Hawkins Business Administration Raleigh, M.C. Mamie Bullock Hawley Elementary Education Henderson, IN.C. Sheila Lynn Hayes Information Systems Rose Hill, N.C. Virginia Hayes Elementary Education Henderson, M.C. Jora Michelle Haywood CriminalJustice Winston-Salem, M.C. Gwenda Hemingway Business Education Tabor City, M.C. Joyce L.W. Herndon Elementary Education Oxford, M.C. Deloise Washington Hicks Business Education Durham, M.C. Robyn Annette Hicks Business Administration Washington, DC. Claudia Mae Hill Elementary Education Pollocksville. M.C. Mathaniel Hill Business Administration Orlando. Fla. Michael Wendell Hilliard Physical Education Halifax, M.C. Eric Wesley Hines jsiness Administration Reidsville. M.C, Velma Marie Hines Elementary Education Southern Pines. M.C. FROM ONE Iirl Richard Hinton, Jr French Rocky Mount, N.C. Desdemonia LaRue Hodge Accounting Wendell, N.C. Inonia Denise Hodge Music Education Wendell, N.C. Valgenla L. Holmes Home Economics Weston, Vt. Pamela M. Hooker Business Administration Moncure, NC. Marilyn Elaine Hopkins Eva Lynette Howard Ruthell Howard Edwenda Maria Hughes Linda Diana Humphrey Biology CriminalJustice English Biology Nursing Greensboro, N.C. Durham, N.C, Englehard, N.C. Goldsboro, N.C. St. Paul, N.C. Belinda Ross Hunter Gwendolyn Denise Hunter Setrina Anita Hunter William Lawrence Hunter Viola Tatum Hunter Health Education Clothing and Textiles Biology Business Administration Nursing Durham. N.C. Jacksonville, N.C. High Point, N.C. Garysburg, N.C. Durham. N,C. DAY TO THE NEXT Debra Lynette Hyatt Home Economics Charlotte, M.C. Saundra Ann Hyman Business Administration Oak City, N.C. Lynette Ingram Business Administration Rockingtiam. M.C. Patricia Ann Isler Political Science Goldsboro, M.C. Alicia Oteria Jackson Elementary Education Mastiville, M.C. Lennon Arnold Jacobs Political Science Wilmington, M.C. Robert Gene Jacobs Criminal Justice Baltimore, Md. George L. Jaime Recreation Ed. Washington, DC. Debra Ann Jefferies Business Administration Roanoke Rapids, N.C. Phyllis Annette Jefferson Business Administration Norlina, M.C. Eric Arnold Jeffries Delores Leona Jenkins Donald Ray Jenkins Joe Ann Jenkins Evangeline Johnson Business Administration Accounting English Raleigh, M.C. Business Administration Slier City. M.C. Mewport Mews, Va. Weldon, M.C. Durham, M.C. BCJT WE Gloria Almeta Johnson Public Administration Goldsboro.rH.C. Joe H. Johnson Business Administration Rochester, I .Y. Sarah Liza Johnson Business Administration Durham, H,C. Todd Keith Johnson Accounting Ft Washington, Pa. Vennle Denise Johnson Nursing Goidsboro, M.C, Jessie Lynwood Jones Public Administration Polkton, INC. Nesbie Douglas Jones Business Administration Bronx. M.Y. Teressa Jones Business Education BayborcN.C. Cathy Anette Jordan History Semora. M.C. Cheryl Annice Joyner Home Economics Kittrell, M.C. HAVE ALWAYS HAD Lavards Lyn Latimer Public Administration Fayetteville, N.C, Phyllis Elvira l wrence Public Administration Charlotte. M,C Frankie Delores Lawson Business Administration Virgilina. Va. Rosalind Lenior Business Administration Charlotte, N.C. OGR PRIDE Linda Diane Lester Business Administration Roxboro. M.C, Loretta Michelle Lewis English Mashville, INC. 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Allyn Glynn McLean Music Education Laurinburg, M.C. Bettie Veronica McLean Health Education Pembroke, M.C. Sandra Kay McLendon Recreation Ansonville, M.C. Robert Fletcher McMeil Public Administration Tabor City, M.C. Barbara Rochell McPhail Health Education Clinton, M.C. Juella McQueen English Bennettsville, S.C. Christopher Leon McRae Music Red Springs, M.C. Helen Vernetta McSwain Elementary Education Durham, M.C. India Yvonne Mangum Business Administration Durham, M.C. Lenwood Manning Jr. Public Administration Maxton, M.C. AS WE WENT Kay Carolyn Mitchell Home Economics Siloam. M,C. Patricia Dianne Mitchell Elementary Education Ahoskie, N C. Angela Virginia Moore Mursing Burlington, h,C, Daniel A. Moore Physical Education Jersey City, M.J. Leonanous Australia Moore History Durham, N.C. rHROGGH THE CHANGE Myron Orlando Moore Criminal Justice Belmont, M.C. Rosaline LaJetta Moore Elementary Education Raleigh. M.C. Vickie Rene Moore Biology Durham, M.C, Charlene Monroe Business Education Atl inson, N.C. Michael Anthony Murdock Public Administration Goldsboro. N,C. Deborah Jean Nutall Accounting Philadelphia, Pa, Kevin Marcel Odom Business Administration Fayetteville, rH,C, IT WAS ALL WE III Cynthia Cheyanne Patrick Public Administration Winterville, IN C. Vivian Joyce Peacock Biology Brooklyn, M.Y. Vincent Brendon Pearsal! Visual Communication Mt. Olive, N.C. Catherine Denise Peebles Business Education Raleigtn. M.C. Tonya Lorraine Peen Biology Washington, D.C. Shelia Renee Pennington Public Administration Durham, INC. Charles W. Penny Public Administration Fayetteville, N.C. Frances Perry Public Administration Franklinton, INC. Hattie Esther Perry Home Economics Henderson, M.C. Hattie Person Business Administration Robbins, N.C. HAD FROM WHICH TO BGILD Phyllis Ann Petrie Business Education Durham, M.C. DeQuilla Phillips Business Education Kenansville. N.C. Cathy Elaine Pickett Psychology High Point, M.C. Cynthia Yvette Pickett Home Economics Asheville, M.C. Terri Layne Pipkin Health Education Pembroke. N.C. John Louis Poole Business Education Henderson, M.C. Angela Elaine Powell Business Education Roanoke Rapids, M.C. Bernita Cozette Powell Business Education Burgaw, M.C. Patsy Anna Price Mursing Siler City, M.C. Kenneth Pugh Elementary Education Fayetteville, M.C. Paul Whitney Pugh Political Science Durham, M.C. Charlene Marie Ragland Elementary Education South Boston, Va. Clara Ragland Health Education Roxboro, M.C. Willa Augusta Rainbow Biology Raleigh, M.C. Kenneth Ray Ramsey Business Administration Godwin, M.C. FOR WE ARE SO Tony Rome Richardson CriminalJustice Wilmington. MC, Sephina Jo RIddick Business Administration Hobgood.MC. David Lamar Ritchey Accounting Miami. Fla. Kathleen V. Rivers Mursing Gastonia, M.C. William Henry Robinson Elementary Education Fairmont, N.C. CLOSE YET SO FAR AWAY iJM Winston Conward Robinson Accounting Warwicl , Bermuda Valencia Yolando Robinson Elementary Education Durham, N.C. Jackie Rogers Business Education Raleigh, N.C. Jacqueline Delois Rogers Political Science Mashville. M.C. James Earl Rogers Political Science Maxton, N.C, Wilmon Rogers Sociology Red Springs, N.C, Shenlle Lamar Rothwell Clothing Textiles Maxton, N.C. Linda Faye Rouse Nursing Durham, N.C. June Kathy Royster Elementary Education Virgilina, Va. Lydia Janet Royster Elementary Education Virgilina, Va. Sheila Diane Rucker Journalism, ' English Winston-Salem, N.C. Dana Denise Rutherford Sociology Morganton, N.C. Elaine Russell Biology Washington, DC. Velinda D ' Etta Russell Sociology Ernestine Hunt Sampson Economics Durham, N.C. SEEMS LIKE IT Glendora Darlene Saunders Kenneth Dwight Scott Yvonne Scott Angelo John Sexton Leola L. Shaw Psychology Business Administration Sociology Business Administration rSursing Cameron. N.C Springfield, Mass. Scotland heck. M.C, Rich Square. M.C. Durham. IN.C. Larry Austin Shelton Business Administration Englehard. N.C, Gale Patrice Shepard Geography Hampstead, N.C, Artis Lynn Shuford Public Administration Granite Quarry. NC. Jerome Simmons Public Administration Asheville, M.C. Joseph J. Simmons Recreation Jackson Springs. N.C. Cynthia Diane Simon Therapeutic Recreation Wadesboro. N.C Michelle Slaughter Business Administration Oxford. N.C, Darrell Jerome Sloan Accounting Winston-Salem, N,C, Dennis Sloan Public Administration Detroit, Mich, Brenda Joyce Smith Visual Cor " imunications Durham. N,C, WAS ONLY YESTERDAY Wanda Elizabeth Smith English Raleigh, M.C. Miriam E. Snelling Public Administration Raleigh. M,C. Antonio Rodriquze Southern Business Administration Atlanta, Ga. Fajayan E. Sowells Public Administration Winston-Salem, N.C. Vincient Antionto Spears CriminalJustice Dunn.rS.C. Thurman Lee Spicer Jr. Business Administration Durham, M.C. Charles Herbert Spivey Visual Communications Mew Bern, M.C. Rowena Stainback Business Administration Oxford. M.C. Paula Stewart Business Administration Tabor City, M.C. William Lewis Stockton Biology Mt.Olla, M.C. WE WERE KIDS Brenda Faye Street Business Administration Roxboro. N.C. Stephanie Stukes business Administration Wilmington, M.C, Albert E. Tabb Business Administration Gaston, N.C. Annie R. Tabron Home Economics Louisburg, M.C. Fredrick Walter Talford Business Administration Charlotte, N,C. James Michael Thompson Marlena Coles Thompson Elementary Education Business Administration Wilmington, M.C. Saratoga Springs, NY. Ronnie Thompson Political Science Lumberton, N.C. OUT TO PLAY Brenda Jean Tillery Business Administration Scotland Heck. M.C Patricia Diane Tillery Public Administration Scotland Neck, nr. Bonita Caryl Tillman Sociology High Point, N.C. Brenda Alberta Tillman Business Education Wadesboro, N.C. Marion Spelling Toliver Elementary Education Raleigh, N.C. Duane Alan Townes Public Administration Henderson, N.C. Leiand Quintin Towns Public Administration Williamston, N.C. Willie Lee Truesdale Accounting Charlotte. N.C. Sharon L. Tucker Nursing Baltimore, Md. Ouida Dianne Turner Accounting Burlington, N.C. Hattie Tyson English Robersonville, N.C. Lemuel H. (Jmsteaa Political Science Durham, N.C. Barbara Vann Elementary Education Henderson. N.C. Elaine Jenice Vaughan Recreation Murfreesboro, N.C. BUT A WHOLE LOT r Vickie Lynn Vaughan Business Administration Ahoskie. N.C. Barbara Dean Vinson Mursing Clayton, N.C. Elaine Vinson Health Education Woodland, M.C. Roderick D. Vinson CriminalJustice Paterson, N J. Alex Vernon Waddell Jr. Accounting Wilmington, N.C. Nelbra Walden Business Administration Roanol e Rapids, N.C. Benita Ann Wallace Political Science Durham, N.C. Donald Lee Walton CriminalJustice Newark. N.J. Angeline Warren Elementary Education Nashville, N.C. Maxwell Kenard Warren Business Administration Winston-Salem, N.C. Marsha Ann Washington Business Administration Durham, N.C. OF THINGS HAVE Angelecia Watkins English Forest City, N.C. Arthur Mack Watkins Public Administration High Point. NC. Kenneth Ray Watson Biology Kannapolis, N.C. Levonia Delane Watson Woodleaf, N.C. Patsy Ann Watts CriminalJustlce Evington, Va. Jacqueline Antionette Webb Recreation Durham, I .C. Peggy Loraine Webb Art Education Durham. M.C. Reynold Avon Webb Business Administration Oxford. N.C. Bernadette West Business Administration Havelock. N.C. Johawna White Business Administration Durham, N.C. Michael Lee White Psychology Claremont, N.C. Nancy Mae White Therapeutic Recreation Wilmington. N.C. Tammy LaTiece White Psychology Belhaven.NC. Tamera Denise Whiteside English Spindale. N.C. Annette Deloris Whitley Management Selma.N.C. Jaynette Aristia Whitt History Virgillna, Va. GONE DOWN SINCE THEN Kathy Mae Wiggins Delphine Durone Wilder Vernon Tyrone Wilder Charles Lee Williams Deborah Williams Accounting Psychology CriminalJustice Accounting Health Education Robersonville, N.C. Smithfield, M.C. Miami, Fla. Durham, M.C. Raleigh, M.C. Jannie Carolyn Williams Leo Williams Louis Williams Marilyn Yvonne Williams Phyllis Cornet Williams Accounting Geography History Psychology CriminalJustice Clinton, N.C. New Bern, N.C. Wilmington, N.C. Whiteville, N.C. Kinston, N.C. Robert Earl Williams Sarah N. Williams Sharon Denise Williams Shirley A. Williams Sinclair Williams Sociology Sociology Sociology Nursing English Trenton. N.C. Maxton, N.C. Greenville, N.C. Durham, N.C. Wilmington, N.C. HOW TIME FLIES Sondra Kay Williams Health Education Mewton Grove, M.C. Theresa Williams Physical Education Hamlet, M,C. Jeanna L. Williamson Business Administration High Point, M,C. Annette Roberson Wilson Criminal Justice Winston-Salem. M.C. Valerie Maria Winfield Physical Education Silver Springs. Md. Reginald Maurice Wright Political Science Raleigh. N.C Tanya R. Wright 3usiness Administration High Point, M.C Gregory Wylly Visual Communication Fayetteville. M.C. Vanessa Arnetta Young Elementary Education Greensboro. N.C, Barbara Ann Younger Sociology Hamlet. INC. " JUNIOR CLASS JCINIOR CLASS OFFICERS President — Emma Deese Vice-President — Audwin Jones Secretary — Sheryl Massey Treasurer — Tanya Prunty Juniors Adams. Kathyael Aldridge. Janice Alexander. Anthony Allen. Edith Allen. Aron Alston, Gregory Alston. Janet Anderson. Phyllis Anthony. Deborah Archie, Karen Arnett. Glen Artis. Shereria Ashworth. LaWanda Alkinson. Carolyn Bailey. Latmer Baldwin, Ada Ballard. Stanley Barlow, Rosa Barnes. Dodson Barney. Terence Barnctt, Dianne Barnette, Gregory arry. Lisa ass. Logan Juniors Battle, Steven Bavnes. Kirsten Bazemore, Bernita Beason. Cindy Beli. Machell Benjamie Loretta Benson. Cindy Benn. Aurora Bennett. Deborah Bennette. Don Berryman, Carol! Best. Brenda Blake, Pamela Blake. Sharon Blanks, Beverly - ' Blount, Ennma Bond, Vivian Boatwright, Judy Boger, Grace Boone. Gregory Bowens. Andre Boyd. Jamie Body, Mary Bradsher. Melodia 3randon, Cleveland Braswell. Fred 3raswell. Geronda Bridges, Eartha Broadie, Wanda Brock, Wanda r Juniors Brooks. Carolyn Brooks. Renee Brown. Evelyn Brown. Fee Brown. Felecia Brown. Joyclyn Brown. Robin Brown. Terry Bryant. Gretchen Bryant, Teresa Bullock. Thomas Bumpass, Brenda Burke. Teresa Burnette. Gail Burnette. Sonja Burney, Pandora Burroughs. Ray Burton. Dianna Burwell. Freddie Bush. David Byers. Raefette Caromartie, Tammie Carr, Deborah Carter. Debbie Gates. Sharkita Chavis. Garcia Chavis. Reco Cheek. Fola Clark. Jackie Clark. Vanessa Juniors Coachman. Marcia Coaxum. Michelle Cobbs. Carolyn Cockerham. Letital Cole, Claude Cole. Harnette Collins, William Coleman, Dewain Comegy, Tyron Cooper. Andre Cooper. Ivy Corbett. Alita Cordovia. Sharon Corru. Daniel Cowan. Arnette Cox. Terry Creshaw. Freda Crowder. Donna Crow. Michelle Cuffee, Lonnie Cunningham, Thomas Curry, Luke Daniel, Dennis Douthit, Al Davila, Antonia Davis, Jerry Davis, Marion Degree, Gaylin Deese, Emma Diggs, Paula Juniors Diggs. Vanessa Dixon. Philathea Dockery, Lory Dooley, Dianna Dunn. Pat Eaves, Douglas Edwards, Anthony Edwards. Shirley Ellerby, Janice Ellis, Charles Epps, Lucille Evans, James Evans, Marvin Evans, Wendy Everett, Harriet Everette. Michael Farmer. Rhonda Farrish. Gloria Feggins. Terry Fields, Settle Fields, Blondella Fields. Tony Fenton. Cliff Fitts. Marilyn Foster. Jacqueline Foster. Joan Forbes, Bonita Forbes, Cheryl Foxx, Kenny Frazier. Aaron Juniors Frazier. Myra Frink, William Freese, Tara Fuller. Alonzoll Gadsden. Annette Gaddy. Stephanie Gamble. Annie Gandy, James Gardin. Shelia Garner. Keith Galling, Guvonia Gates. G. Gethers. Lorna Gerard, Person Gibbs. Mary Giles. Maria Gilmer, Rosalyn Gilmore. Anita Gipson, Marvette Glymph. Sabrina Golden. Grace Gorham. Terry Graham, Eric Green, Iris Green, Jacqueline Green. Tammy Greene. Shelia Grier. Dekota Griffin. James Gwynn. Otis Juniors Gyle. Gail Hailey, Myron Hair. Sonja Hairston. Conova Hall. Jerry Helton. Audwin Hector. Ellen Henry Ronnie Henderson, Paula Henderson, Torricel Hester, Regina Hicks. Sean Hicks, Cheryl High Patricia Hill. James Hill. Linda Hill, Sandra Hilton, Harriet Hinson, Elaine Holloman. San , f Juniors Holloway. Cynthia Holloway. Thomas Hood, Mariel Hooks, Vivian Hooper, R. Hope, Bernita Home, Ronnie Horton, Christine Hughe, Allison Humphrey, Pamela Hunter, Karen Ingram, [Norman Irvin, Ed Jefferson, Bernice Jefferson, Kenneth Jefferys, 8. Johnson, Annie Johnson, Cedric Johnson, Lillian Johnson, Michael Johnson, Deloris Johnson, Ronnie Johnson, Sharon Johnson, Shelia Jones, Aretha Jones, Audwin Jones, Cornell Jones, Judith Jones, Robert |. Jones, Robert | Juniors Jones. Robin Jones, Sandra Jordan, Carolyn Jordon, Frieda Jordon, Shelba Joyner. tA ke Joyner, Teresa Judd, Anthony Kearney, Delbera Keaton. Ervin Kennedy, Ernestine King. David King, Michael Knight, Gloria Lash, Shari Lassiter, Betty Lewis, Pamela Lily, Mane Linster, Tammy Lomax, Kim Lonesome, Kevir Long, Andrea Long, Katherine Luckey, Merle Lunsford, Mary Lyon, Earline tAaWoiy. Phyllis Mangum, Shelia Mason, Cynthia Mason, Dudley Juniors Mason, Pamela Massenburg. Vincent Massey. Sheryl Marwell. William McArthur, Demetrius McConneil. Lornithal McCullough. Carolyn McDowell, Edrie Mcintosh, Anthony Mclosh. Deneice Mclver, Angela Mclver, Donald McKay, Rixine McKee, Gwendolyn McKenzie, Murry McKoy, Delphine McLean, Debra McLean, Derrick McLymore, Phyllis McMillan, Denise McMillian, Janine McNeil, Loretta McNeil, Marsha ' McNeil, Nora Medlin, Mildred Mercer, Anna Mercer, Don Middleton, Judsenia Miles, Sonia Miller, Betty Juniors Miller. Cynthia Mills. Beverly Mills. James Mills. William Mitchell. Vivian Moore. Daniel Moore. Juestire Moore. Kenneth Moore. Maxine Moore. Michele Moore, Murice Moore, Tonya Moore. Teresa Morehead, Yvonne Morgan, Kaylois Morgan. Wanda Morris. Maxine Moses, Loraine Moyo. Monday Muldrow. Ida Muldrow, Joe Murray, Andrea Murray, Arne Mance, Deborah Meal, Brenda Meal, Letitia Meal, Orlando Meal, Victor Mealy, Ricky Meptune, Reginald " 1 Juniors Mewsome, Barbara Newton, Rowena Munn, Lula Odom, Lorenzo Oglesby, Kathy Patterson, Mildred Patterson, Sabrina eace, Jacqueline Pennington, Charlene Perry, Allyson Pruitt, Fredrick Pruitt, Marsha Prunty, Tonya Porcl y, Marcella Pounds, Linnette I Juniors lllill Poteat, Cynthia Powell. Lanie Quick. B Ralford. Scottle Rainbow, Donna Rainey. Tony Raynor. Antonio Reese, Willie Reeves. Buddy Richardson. Daphine Richardson, Pamela Richardson, Sharon Richardson. Stanley Ridley. Donald Riggins. Linda Riley. David Rivens. Walter Roberts, Donald Robinson, Cynana Robinson. Lori Robinson. Johnny Robinson. Vera Robinson. Tambler Royuter. Marvin Ruffin. Anne Rutledge. Louis Sanders, Carl Saunders. Keith Savage. Cheryl Sawyer. Cynthia Juniors Scales. Melisa Scott. Audrey Scott, Anthony Scott, Dennis Scurlock. George Seabrook, Pamela Semper, George Sessoms, Katrlna Sessoms, Sharon Shockleford, Rubetto Sherrod. James Sheff, Claig Simmons. Earllne Simmons, Tanya Slade. Kim Slade, Loretta Simmons, Patricia Smith. Cora Smith, Debora Smith, Evelyn Smith, Gross Smith, Melda Smith, Matalie Smith, Pearlniece Smith, Richard Smith, Sharon Smith. Stephen Sparrow, Catherine Sparrow, Hilburn Spaulding, Joe Juniors Stokes, Machele Stokes. Michele Stewaet. Mary Strickland, Ernest Stroman. Lietha Swann. Ansela Swann. Willette Swinetone, Judy Sykeg, Ruby Sweat. John Swinton, Judy Talbott. Andrea Tate. Charles Tate. Delphine Taylor. Jacquelyn Taylor. Mane Taylor. S. Terry. Mattie Tetterton. Cynthia Thomas. Rhonda Juniors Thompson, Arlene Thomas. Jamaine Thompson. Janice Thompson. Gina Thompson. Micheal Thome. Geraldine Thorne. Katnna Tinnin, Alvis Tinnin. Duff Tollison, Trina Torain, Tina Tomlin. Marsha Tomiinson, Sharon Townsend. Alicia Transon, Charles Tucker, Mallory Tuten, Richard Tynes, Sunshine Wade, Miriam Walden, Cynthia Wall er, Deborah Walker, Lloyd Wall. James Wall. Fannis Wallace. Patricia Waller. Carolyn Ward. Cynthia Washington. Cathy Watkins. Evelyn Watson. Hazel i Juniors Watson, Stephanie Webber, Tian Wells, Anne West. Jo Anne Whiteside, Jeff Whitley, Whitted, Wiggins, Williams Williams Donald Deidra Jennifer David Denise Williams, Williams, Williams, Williams, Williams, Williams, Williams Williams Williams Williams Doris Drucilla Donald Eric Geneva Greg Larry Marilyn Marilyn Terry Wilson, Alfred Winborne, Clara Winchester. Pamela Winston. Clenso Winston, Paulette Wooten, Vivian Wright, Wren Yarborough, Danny Young, Yvette Younginer, Debbie Sophomore iV i Class %- ; . i Class of ' 82 I SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT - Lowell Alston VICE PRESIDENT - Berlinda Jones TREASURER - Sylvia Little SECRETARY — Vivian Taylor CONGRESS Nina Moore Kelvin Williams Darryl Hilton David Multon Sophomores Abraham. Preston Adams, Mark Adderly. Donald Addison. Euretha Adkins, Deirdre Agne. Deborah Allen. Sandra Alston. James Alston, Sharon Alexander. James Alexander, Prentis Anderson. Rebbeca Alexander, Samuel Autry Michael Bailey, John Bailey, Matian annerman. Kimberly Barefield, Anne Barnes Edwin Barnes, Margaret Barnes, Sandra Bess, Wanda Beason. Cheryl Beatty, Glenda Bell, Audrey Bennett, Lola Bennett, Sharon Berry, Darryl Best, Dubbisette Bethea, Steve Bizzell. Gewendaleyne Black, Kevin Blunt, R. Boone, Emma Bostic, Jamiss Boyd, Pamela Sophomores Boyd, Sonja Boykm. Deborah Bradley. Denise Bradsher, Mary Brake, Wesley Bradley, Denise Branch, Maggie Braswell. Gerald Brooks, Cynthia Brown. Annette Brown. Curtis Brown. Guy Brown. Joseph Brown. Lisa Brown. Maude Brown. Michael Brown. Quenton Brown. Valarie Brown. Valeria Bryant, Rodger Bullock, Ernestine Bullock, Phyllis Bullock, Sylvia Bumpers, Deborah Bullock, Ernestine Burnette, Matalie Burns, Sabrina Bush. David Butler, Karen Burton, Bettye Caldwell. Deborah Caldwell. Gary Carlisle. Dennis Carmon. Elaine Carpenter, Rhonda Carroll, Kim Sophomores Carter, Gail Carver. Bonnie Cates. Ronald Chamblee. Linda Chapman. Anthony Chapman, Marsha Chesley, Joyce Clarke, Jori Clayton. Donnell Coleman. Debra Coleman, Dwain Connally. Emestean Cooke, Claudette Cooper, Reba Cordell. Brenda Cotten, Phyllis Couch, Andrew Council, Deborah Crawford. Maria Cross, Winfred Curry, Gwenevere Dawson, Ina Davis, Kim Daye, Faye Deberry, John Dixon, Kelly Dixon, Matalie Dove, Debbie Dugger, Teresa Dumas. Betty Duncan. Deborah Eddleman. William Edmondson. Jennifer Edwards, Lena Elder, Ashley Sophomores SAfA f Ellerbee. Marshall Ellington, Derrick Elliot. Ronnie Ellis. Gwendolyn Epps. Pamela Ester. Diana Everett. Tyrone Fenn. Dianne Fisher. Eileen Flenlall. Tyrone Forbes. Beverly Frank. William Frazier. Pandora Frederick. Deborah Frederick. Shelia Freeman. Dorthea Frink. Alfonza Fuller. Alonza Gabriel. Mark Gainey. A.loysius Gamble. Marie Gay. Judy Geary. Wynter Gentry. Kathy George. Phyllis Geter. Sharon Gibson. Michael Gibson. Sonja Gilliam. Gwendolyn Glover. Edris Golden. Debra Goodwin. Debra Gore. Alton Graham. Carolyn Graham. Lynn Graham. Lue Sophomores Grant. Cynthia Guthrie, Alan Hackett. Cheryl Haire, Jacqueline Hairston, Pamela Haith. Lisa Hall. Glordia Hall. Penetha Hamlet. Gregory Hamilton. Barry Hamilton, Kenneth Handy. Yvette Harding. Shelia Hardy, Patricia Hargraves, Anthony Hargrove, Ralph Harris, Geogette Harris, Clarence Harris, Duayne Harrison, Mary Hawkins, Peggy Hayes, D. Henley, Sharon Henley, Sharon High, Cynthia Hill, Leslie Hill, Macio Hill, Marcia Hill, William Hollins, Norman Holloway, Denise Holmes, Cecil Holmes, Sybil Holt, James Hooks, Albert Hooper, Kathy Sophomores Hudgins. LaWanda Hunt, Issac Hunt. James Hunter, Donna Hyatt. Wanda Hylton. D, Ingram, Mary Jackson, Shelley Jefferson, David Jerkins, Velma Jofinson. Amy Jofinson, Joyce Johnson, John Johnson, Kerry Jones. Belinda Jones. J Jones, Jim Jones, Lawrence Jones, Marion Jones, Matalie Jones, Patrice Jones, Shirley Jordon, Judy Kearney. Tony Kee. Franklin Keen. G. Kennedy. Barbara Kersey. Deborah King, Anthony King, Cheryl King, Michael Kirkland, Maunce Kizer, Felicia Kniqht. Gloria h. .jonce. Brenda Kornegay. Evett Sophomores Lacey. Mark Lackey, S. Langford. Karen Lash. Pat Lasiouxx. Mary Leake, Dennis Leathers. Deborah Ledbetter, Paulette Lee, Donna Leonard, Karen Lewis, Kevin Little, Tyrome Little, Wanda Lockhart, James ■|M Love, Lorrie Love, Tony Luther, Stare Mann, Jo Ann •i( M Marbury, William Martin. Curtis Marsh, Tommy Marshall, Darryl Marshall, Linda Martin, Milton Mason, Jacqueline Mason, Melvin Massenburg, Eynthia Massey, Curtis Massey, Gregory McAdams, Bobby McBryde, L, McCawley, William McClarin, Jacky McCoy, George McCormick, Milbah McCullers, Sam Sophomores McDonald, Michelle McGee. Ellia McKlnney, Adriane McKinney, Sherry McKinstry, Christopher McLaurin, Kevin McLaurin, Naomi McLean, John McLean, Michael McNeil, Hayard McMell, Ronnie McPhatter, Paul Mebane, Chuck Medlin, Tony Melvin, Ronald Mercer. Ray Middleton. Denlse MIddleton. Judseni, Miller, Rita Mitchell, Paschelle Mitchell, Walter Monk, Ronnie Moore, Ella Moore, Gloria Moore, Lesia Moore, Myra Moore, Nina Montgomery, Mar Morehead, Vicky Moton, James Murry, Zina Murrell, Tina Nance, Ellen Neal. Francine Nelson, Lisa Newby. Francina Sophomores hewkirk. Ella 4 M Mewlin. Miranda m vj p Morman. Barbara m r Norwood. Cheryl Jf T Oates. Beverly Dates. Terry T Outlaw. Jennifer Owens. Tanya Palmer. Colette Palmer. John Palmer, Robert Parker. Elizabeth Parker, Margie Parker, Pamela Parker. Warren Parrish. Celeste Parrish, Wilhemenia Patter. Vanessa Pennington. Natalie Perry Donald Perry. Mattie Person. Juanda Peterkin. V, Peterson, Dwayne Peterson, Rochelle Pettiford. Wendy Pickett. Angela Pinckney. Mike Pittman. Gwendolyn Porter, Joyce Porter. Timothy Potter, Michael Powell. Anita Powell. Melinda Price. Karen Price. Sherone Sophomores Purnell, Catherine Purvis. Tom Raeford. Lisa Reaves. Michael Rhodes. Sammy Riggins. Sadie Richardson, Eric Richardson. Michele Roberts. Freddy Roberts. Janet Roberts, Tylea Robinson. Stephaine Rogers. Helena Rowe. Sylvia Ruggin. Cheryl Sanders. Jawanda Sammons, Jennifer Sanders, Brenda Sanders, T. Savane. Rebecca Scales. Zetta Scott. Lisa Selby. Wanda Sellars. Eric Sessoms, D. Seward, Ida Simpson, Mary Simpson. Rosa Sims. D. Simmons. Karen Singleton. Michael Skinner, Lisa Sledge, G. Small. Debbie Smalls, Robin Smith, Andre Sophomores Smith, A. Smith, Chris Smith, Charmaine Smith, Cynthia Smith, Dennis Smith, Jacl ie Smith, Reginald Smith, Terry Soloman, Sandra Stalling, Veronica Stanfield, Z. Pettiford, Stanley Stark, Georgette Steele, Terry Stephens, Ingrid Stephens, Sarah Stewart, Garner Stevens, Karen Sturdivant. Leonard Swanson, A. Tate, Teresa Tatum, Donald Taylor, V. Taylor, Vivian Thomas, I. Thomas, John Thompson, Brenda Thompson, Cathy Thomas, Chevella Thomas, Iris Thompson, Michael Tillery, Marjorie Tillar, Debra Tillery, L Smith, C. Totten. Vickie Sophomores Torian. Annette Townsend, Mike Trice, Thomas Toutman, Michael Tucker. Kimberly Tucker. Travesa Vasson. Kevin Vincent. Curtis Wallace. J, Wallace. Kimberley Walker, Cynthia Wallace. James Ward. V, Watt. LaTalhnya Webb. Avon Weeks. Carole West, Velma White, Jackie Whitfield. T. Whitaker, Stanley Wicker, Myra William, Anniett Williams. Audrey Williams. Calvin Williams. James Williams. Mary Williams, Robert Williams. Sfron Williams. Michael Williams. Terry Williams. Terry Williams. T. Williams. Willie Willis. Wanda Willis, Gregory Wilson, W. Sophomores Wingate. Stephen Winston. Gloria Winston. Sta Wooden. I. Woods. Linda Wormack. Shelia FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT - Darryl Banks VICE PRESIDENT - Patrick Langston SECRETARY - Angela Clark TREASURER - Leoa Rouson Freshmen Adams, Johnnie M. Aldridge. Eugenia Alford. Beulah Alford. Carolyn Allen. Carl Allen. Cheryl Allen. Irene Alston, Jeffrey Anderson. Rhonda Anderson. Vanessa Anderson. William Andrews. Twauna Arp. Billy Arrington. Phyllis Artis. Willie Avent. Tonya Bacote. Chypes Bailey. Carl Bailey. Freda Bailey, Tijuana Baird. Lori Baldwin, Brenda Banks, Darryl Barnes, Carolyn Barnes, Dallas Barnett, Rodney Barns, John Barrett, Valane Baskerville, Brenda Baskerville, Tanya Basnight, Rodney Bass. Doza EJeale. Deborah Beatty. Andrea Bell, George Bell, Jackie Belk, Alan Bennett, Cora Bennett, Gillettie Bennett, Thaddeus Benson, Stephanie Berry, Meta Best, Andre Best, Douglas Bethea, . nthony Biggs, Barbara Bivens, Kim Black, Alfreda Blackmon. Kathy Freshmen Blackwell. Kenneth E- Blakely, Trina Blue, Laton Bond. Walter Bordeaux. Charlene Bostick, Pamela Boston. Cannille Boyd. Alvinia Boyd. P. Bradford. Richard Bradley. James Brewington. Sherese Bntt. Terri M. Brothers. Cynthia Brown, Daisy Brown. Geraldine Brown, Jimmy Brown, Miecy Brown, Reggie Brown, Trumiller Browner, Debra Bryant, Mark Bullock, Ollie Bullock, Cary Bullock. Catherine Burgess. Steven Burke. Ronald Burnette. JoeAnn Bumette. Julius Burney. Gwendolyn Burns. Angela Cagle. Denise Caldwell. John Campbell. Jeffrey Campbell. Nanette Carr. Maria Carr. Deborah Carson. June Cason, Billy Cassell, Jacqueline Caviness. Gordon Chapman. ElJevonia Chase. Linda Cherry. Crystal Christman. Ghao Clark. Michael Clark. Monica Clayton. Jeffrey Clemons, Linda Freshmen Cobb, Sharon Cochrane. Denise Cockerham. Wade Cogdell. Veronica Coleman. Denise Coley, Charles Coley. Robin Collins. Charles Collins. Clinton Collins. Donald Collins. Sabrina Colson. Michael Conner. Mildred Conway. Lori Conyers. Angle Cooper. Lorenza Cooper. Pamela Coston. Priscilla Cotten. Demetrice Covington. Karl Cozart. Karen Crawford. Lorraine Cross, Flossie Crowder. Ernest Crowell. James Cunningham. Sheila Curry. Thomas Daniels. Antionette Daniels. Deborah Darlene. Carroll Davis. Evelyn Davis. Ken C. Dones. Lawrence Darrs. Lonnle Davis. Man Davis. Maurice Davis, Pamela Davis, Stephanie Dempsey, Joe Dixson. Karen Dunston. Phillip Ebran. Reginald Edmondson. Wayne Edwards, Brnjoinin Edwards, Linda Edwards. Raye Edwards. Sonys Edwards. Tony Eley. Jerbert Freshmen Elliott. Wandagail Enyram. Robert Enoch, Janice Epps, H.M. Evans, Erma Evans, Louise Evans, Olivia Everett, John Faison. Michael Ferrell. YoLanda Fields, Clarence Fields, Stephen Finley, Curtis Fitzgerald, Alan Fogle. Robin Folk, Marie Foreman, Vanessa Foster, Michael Foster, James Fowler, Sonya Franklin, Athena Franks, Mirian Freeman, Claudia Gamble, Gladys Gandy, Shernetta Garner, Beulah Garrett, Josette Gartrell, Michael Catling. Jacqueline Galling, Kenny Gatting, Ronald George, Cetrena Gibbs, Emery Gibson. Rex Gore, Gloria Gorham. Donnie Graham. Virginia Grant, Claressa Gray, Wayne Green, Brenda Greene, Calvin Gher, Lori Grier, Sabrina Griffin, Anthony Grimes, Brenda Grimes, Grenda Grimes, John Hairston, Teresa Haith, Jimmy t ll Freshmen mT Jy| 4 n J!)l ' Hall, Bridget Hall, Joyce Hamm. Donald Hampton. Derwin Hansley. Elyah Hardin, Cedric Hardison, Brenda Hargrove. Virginia Harper. Jerry Harris. Alma Harris. Jacqueline Harris. Kelley Harris. Patricia Harvey. Cassandra Hart. Alesia Hayes. Sandra Haywood. Mark Heard. Sue Hedgepeth. Sheryl Helton. Ricky Henderson. Faunne Herron. Robert Hester. Beverly Hester. Claudette Hicks. Patricia Hill. Ricky Hilliard. James Hines. Debra Hines, Scottie Hinnant. Cynthia Hinshaw. Debbie Hinston. Ceberettia Holder. Dennis Hollard. Veronica Holloway. Jackie Holt, Mike Hooker. Robert Home. Rachel Horner. Sylvia Howard. Marchelle Hubbard. Johnanne Hudgins. Sharo ' Hudson. Ozella Hughes. Sheryl Hunter. .Anatra Hutson. Sonja Ingram. Antoinette Ingram, Lorenzo Ingram. Thressia Freshmen Jackson. Alcla Jackson. Cynthia Jackson, Duncan James. Pamela Jamison. Felicia Jenkins. Yuonne Jenrette. Vickl Jernigan. Dean Johnson. Andre Johnson, Dearise Johnson. Deborah Johnson, Ida Johnson. Lisa Johnson. Mary Lou Johnson. Michael Johnson. Nathan Johnson. Sandra Jolly. Teresa Jones. Angela Jones. Barbara Jones. Charlotte Jones. JoeAnn Jones. Jouene Jones. Michael Jones. Reuben Jones. Vernon Jordan, Cynthia Jordan. Maurice Joyner. Carlton Keen. Dudley Keith, Demetrice Kennon, Sandra Kirkland, Nikita Koonce, Joan Lambson, Leland Langston, Patrick Lanier, Andre Leach, Bishop Ledbetter, Gilbert Lee, Beverly Lee, Dafney Lee, Gloria Lee, Katie Little, Anthony Little, Denise Little, VanNessa Lindsey. Cynthia Lipscomb, Joselyn Lockhart. Kathy Freshmen Lockhart, Kennedy Lofton, Linda Long, Herman Lucas, Debra Lucas, Tawnya Luster, Linda Lynch, Mancy Lyons. Donald Mack. Alphonsa Magee. Ray Major, Lisa Mason, Alfgreda Mason, Bernita Mason. Veronica Massey. Robin Mathews. Wendel May. Debbie Messlck. Sharon Miller. Qheiyl Miller, Deindre Miller, Tracey Mllsap, Phillis Mitchell, Antionette Mitchell, Evette Mitchell, Karen Monroe, Brenda Montgomery, Verna Moore. Adrlenne Moore, Marilyn Moore, Wanza Moore, Withenie Moms. Deborah Morgan. Lafayette Mosley, Karen Mosley. Sharon Morton, John Murchison. Tracy Murray. Shelia Murray. William Myrick, Deborah McClaln. Georgette McCrae. Brenda McDougal. Cheryl McDougald. Faleuma McFadden. Lesterial McGregor. Joycee McKlnnen. Cedric McLean. Angela McLean. Rounchey Freshmen McLeod. Tonida AAcMillien, Glenn McNeil. Delissia McMeil. Mitchell McNeill, Shirley McMeil. Ronnie McLorn, Bonita Nance. EnitoocI Nensome. Richetta Newkirk. Benita Newkirk. Stephan Oates. LaWanda Oglesly. Odus Oliver, Angela Outlaw. Wanda Outterbridge. Melanie Parker, Judy Parker. Michael Parks. Wilhelmina Patterson, Ray Payne, Dawn Peacock, Bndget Peele. Katrine Peerman. Donna Pender. Regina Perry. Andreas Pharris. Robbye Pickett. Beverly Pillow. Donald Pindle, Arden Plummer, Patricia Pope, Sandra Porterfield. Regina Powell. Linda Preston. Chris Price. Viviree Pridgen. Jacquelina Pullen. Marguerite Purcell. Bernard Purdie. Deborah Pyant. Rickey Ragland. Manda Ransaw. Valerie Ray, Kenneth Rayner, Teresa Redfearn, Wanda Reid, .Sharon Reid, Veronica Reid, William Freshmen f ?f Revelle. Clarence Rhodes. Carolyn Rice. Phillip Richardson. Brenda Richardson. Helen Richardson. Rony Ridgell. Arlene Roberson. Ernest Roberts. Fredia Robinson. Barbara Robinson. Mike Rogers. Brenda Rogers. Cedric Ross. Charlotte Rountree. P. Sample. Olanda Sankey. Kelvin Sawyer. Mia Scott. Deanna Seward. Jacqueline Swell. Darleene Shields. Roberts Shipman. Andre Slier. Miles Slier. Reglna Silver. Sandra Simmons. Patricia Simmons. Roymond Singleton. Michael Slade. Landa Smith. Audrey Smith, Craig Smith. Cynthia Smith. Harry Smalls. Myra Smith. Lora Smith. Kim Smith. Phyllistine Smith. Sheila Sneed. .Mice Somerville. Annetta Southerland. Tujuana Spain. Gwendolyn Speas. Antoinette Spencer. Deborah Springs. Gerald Staflord. Cindy Stancil. Sheila Stanfield. Wanda Freshmen Staton, Sandra Stewart, Dollie Stewart, Mable Stokley, Lorraine Stokley, Prince Strtt, Gene Styles, Parri,;la Sumner. Denise Sutton. Teresa Tail. Patience Taylor. Douglas Terry, Anner Thomas, Chris Thomas. Mary Tillery, Sandra Tillery, Thomas Tomlinson, Junethan Tripp, LaVerne Valentine, Betsy Vann, Marilyn Vestal, Randy Vincent. Drewry Wade. Deborah Waddell, Diamme Walkup. William Ward. Amos Ward. Eileen Ward. Jacqueline Ward. Shelia Wattington. Kathy Watson. Chrl Watson. Mattie Watson. Shelia Webb, Charlotte West, Sharyn Whitfield, Pat Whittenburg, Barbara Whitted, Darlene Wiggins, Andrea Wiggins. Marnita Wllcher. Vesse Willia. Rebecca Williams. Anita Williams. Beverlyn Williams. Charles Williams. Donna Williams. Evelyn Williams. Jacqueline Williams. Sandra Freshmen Williamson, Odell Willia. Brenda Wilson. Ola Wilson, Pamela Wilson. Verna Wit herspoon, Gary Woods, Curtis Worth. Emmanuel Worsely. Leondus Wright. Randy Wnght, Terence Wyatt, Sharon Wyehe, Phillip York, Crystal i Si, Dr. Albert rs. Whiting Chancellor, A.B., Amherst College; M.A,. Fisk (Jniv,: Ph.D.. American Univ : LLD. Amherst College- Dr Dallas Simmons Vice Chancellor for University Relations, NCCCJ - BS. MS. Dul e Univ - PhD Dr. George W Reid Asst. Undergraduate Dean, NCCG - BA, MA. Howard — Ph D Dr. Walter H. Pattillo, Jr. Dean of the School of Arts and Sciences, Hampton Institute — BS, Iowa State (Jniv MS., PhD James F Blue Dr. Roger G Bryant ViceChancellorforStudent Affairs.B.S.N.C, A Assistant Vice Chancellor For Student Affairs. T: M.Ed.. Ph.D.. Gniv of MC at Chapel Hill. Univ. of Georgia, Ed.D Mr, William Jones Assistant to Chancellor — Director Affirmatjve Action. B.S Hampton Institute, M.A, — Atlantic Univ LB rnccu Dr, Cecil L, Patterson Vice Chancellor of Academic Affairs, B.A. — Huston-Tillotson College. MA, Ph.D - Gniv. of Pennsylvania Dr Mary M Townes Mrs Mildred Trent Acting Dean of Graduate School of Arts and Director of Student Life Women, M.A. George Science. B.S.. M.SP H - MCCU. MS, PhD - Washington Univ.. B.A. - Virginia - Union Univ. Gniv. of Michigan Mr Hyman Albritton Veterans Coordinator Counselor, B.A., M.A. MCCCJ Dr. Charles E.King A.B., Paine College; A.M.. Univ. of Michigan; Ph.D., Univ. of Chicago Mrs. Sarah Bell-Lucas Associate Director, Academic Skills Center, B.S.. tAA. MCCU Dr, David W. Bishop Professor of History. A.B., A.M. — Howard Uni Ph.D - Catholic Univ. Mr. Earl Jenkins Bobo Instructor of English. Academic Skills Center, BA. - NCCa, M.S. — Indiana Univ. Mr, Jess Bowe Director Criminal Justice Prog B.A. — West Virginia State. M.S. — Eastern Kentucky Gniv, Dr. Vernon Bond B.S. - SL Augustine. M.S, - MCCU. Ed.D (Jniv. of Tenn. Dr, Roger Gilbert Bougard Associate Professor of Modern Foreign Language. B.A,. M.A., PhD - UNCChapel Hill Dr, Percy Murray II Dr. Leslie Brinson Chairman Department of Psychology. B.A.. MA., MCCU; Ph.D.. Univ. of Maryland Professor Albert Broderick Professor. Law School. A.B. — Princeton, LID, SJ.D. - Harvard Mr. Clarence Brown BA. - MCCa. MPA - Howard Univ. Dr. Vinston Burton, Jr. Mr. Morman Caine ur. vinston Durton, jr. mr. norman i_aine Associate Professor — Geography, B.A., MCCG; Assistant Professor — History Dept. B.A.. MA., MA„ Michigan State: Ph.D., Univ. of California of A.B.D. — Rutgers Los Angeles Dr. Milagros Carbailo MA., OMC - Chapel Hill: Bachlllerato en Letras, Institute de La Habana: Mumero I; Doctorado en Filosofio y Letras. Universidad de la Habana Dr. Golam W. Choudhury BA., Rutgers: MA., Ph.D., Princeton Univ. Dr. John Myers B.S., M.S., Carson-Mewman College; Ph.D., Univ. of Florida Mrs. Ingrid E, Casteriow ).A.. N.C.CU.. MEd, M CCCI Dr, Vernon Clark B.S. - Shaw Univ., M.S. - NCCU. Ph.D - UNC- Chapel Hill Dr. George H Conklin Chairman. Dept. of Sociology, A.B. — Colgate (Jniv . Ph.D — Univ. of Pennsylvania Ms. Diane Cooper Speech Instructor - ASC, BA., M.Ed. - NCCG Mr. James Carter Assist. Football Coach. Head Wrestling Coach instructor, B.S. — Benedict College, M.A. — Ball State (Jniv. Mr, Melvin J. Carter Asst Prof. Art Department, B.A. — M.C. A T., M.P.D. - N.C.S.U. II Ms. Patrick DeVine Ohio Dominican Univ.. B.A., M.A.C.T, - (jrSC Chapel Hill Dr. Howard Duncan Associate Professor of Biology. B.A,, MA. Hampton Inst,. Ph.D. - G.N C Dr C.James Dyer A.B - U.M.C , MA. - Duke Oniv . Pfi.D U.M.C, Dr. Eugene A. Eaves Associate Professor, Depart, of Modern Foreign Languages, BA. - NCCU, MA. - Atlanta Univ. Pfi D — Univ. of Connecticut Dr, Patricia Cunningham Associate Prof, of Biology, B.A. — Wells College, Ph.D., M.S. - Univ of Delaware Richard D. Delay Dept. of Aerospace Studies, B.S., MS Meteorology W % H hji Lf- l 1 H A 1 Ms, Elizabeth Field Dr. Quentine Finch Instructor Dept. of Biology, MS, — Iowa State Visiting Instructor, BSC — MCCG. M.Ed — GNC- (Jniv, Chapel Hill. Ph.D - Ohio State (Jniv. Dr. Sundar Fleming Chairman of Mgt. and Marketing Mrs. Linette Fox Public Admin. Program, BA. — Bennett, GMC Greensboro — M.B.A. Dr. Stewart B.Fuibright Director of Graduate Studies in Business, A.B. - Lincoln Univ., M.B.A. — Univ. of Chicago. Ph.D - Ohio State Univ. Ms. Jacquelyne Furtick Instructor in Academic Skills Center. B.S. Hampton Institute. M.S. — M.Y. CJniv. Mrs. Brenda Pagan Dr. Joyce Evans Mr. Christopher Fisher Instructor Academic Skills Center, B.A, — Ben- Sports Information Director, B.S. — Virginia CIn- nett College. MA — Syracuse, PhD — Chapel ion Univ., Ed.M. — Temple Univ. Mill Ms. Minnie Forte M.Ed - NCCU, B.A. - St. Augustine ' s Mrs. Wanda J.Garrett Visiting Lecturer (English). UA.P.B. - UMC- Chapel Hill Mr.MohinderGill Assoc. Professor of Art Department Ms. Shirley Green Director of Residence Operations, B.S.. M.S. NCCU Mr. Hugh Harris Assistant Director A.C.S., B.A., M.A. — Rutge Mr Jasper L, Harris Assistant Professor of Geography Dr. Lana Henderson Chairperson. Dept, of Art, B.A. — Hampton In- stitute. MA — Gniv. of Illinois. Ph.D. — Ohio State Ll. Col. David Hickman Aerospace Studies. B.S. (Jniv. of Wyoming, MS Technology Ohio Ms. Janice Harper Reading instructor ASC. BA. M.S. - MCCG Dr. John Harrington Foreign Languages. BA., MA Columbia (Jniv, Ms. Duanne Hoffler instructor. Clothing and Textiles. B S — Bennett College. M.Ed. GMCGreensboro Mr. Doug Holmes Accounting Faculty Mr. Carlyle D.John Art Dept.. M.F.A — Ohio State Un Ms. Jean F. King Visiting Lecturer. A.B., MA. — West Virginia Unn Dr. Elzie Laube Assoc. Prof. Biology, B.S., M.S.. Mad - U. of Wis.. Ptn.D — Duke University Ms. Viola Leak-Buriey BA. — Fisk Univ.. BFA — Pratt Institute, MFA ■ Hunter College Ms, Isabel Levitt Assistant Prof, of Art, BFA,, MFA, — Alfred University r " VP ■ I9 ' . 1 Mr, E.T Malone, Jr. Mr. William Maione Visiting Lecturer in English, B,S. — Campbell Director of Development, B.S., M.S.P.H.. MC College, MA. — University of MCCH College at Durtiam Mr. Tfieodore A. Manly Assoc. Prof. Physical Ed. Rec, B.S. - Hampton Institute, M,S, — Indiana Univ,, ED,D, — Virginia Polytechnical Institute, ESU William H. Margerus Jr. Dept of Aerospace Studies, B.S. — Zoology. Penn State, MA. — University of M. Colorado Mrs. Carrie Matthiews Speech Instructor — Academic Skills Center. B.S.C. M,Ed. - NCCU Dr. Waltz Maynor Director of Summer School and Continuing Education. Ed.D. — Duke Univ., fAA. — Ap- palachian State Univ., B.S. — Pembroke State University Dr. Michael McKinney Ms. Glenda McMeill Associate Professor — Public Administration B.S. — Bennett College. MPA — Florida Atlantic Program, Ph.D.. M.A. — University of MD.. BAk. — University Rutgers University Ralph Medlyn Aerospace Studies. MBA — University of Utah. BA. — Morthern Michigan University i W y n Mr. Lindsey A. Merritt Director of Career Counseling, BS, LS NCCU Mr, Joseph Mitchell - UMC-G,, M,M.E. — Vandercook College, MCCU Dr. Mancy Mueller Professor (Biology), A,B , College of Wooster, M,S,, Ph D , tlniv of Florida Dr. Percy Murray Chairman — Department of History, BA,. M,A, MCCG. PhD, — University of Ohio Father Francis O ' Connor Visiting Lecturer ASC, M.A,T„ PH,L — Ballannine College. S,T,D, — Institute Catholique De Paris Dr, Woodrow W, Nichols Professor and Chairman — Dept, of Geography. B,A,. NCC(J; MA,, Michigan State Univ,; Ph,D,. (Jniv- of California at Los Angeles Dr. Joseph Parker Associate Professor — Biology. B.S., M.S NCCa, Ed.D. - Dul e Univ. Mr. fSorman E. Pendergraft Director Museum of Art, Assistant Prof. Art Dept. A.B. - GMCChapel Hill, M A C T - UNC-Chapel Hill Dr. Patsy B. Perry Professor and English Dept. Chairman, Ph.D. UMOChapel Hill, M.A.. B.A, - NCCU Dr. Annette L, Hoage Phinazee Dean, School of Library Science, BA. — Fisk lUniv., L.S. and M.L.S. - Univ. of Illinois. D.L.S. - ;Columbia Univ. Mr George L Quiett Asst. Prof. Phy. Ed. Rec, B.S, — St. Augustine, J . — Columbia Univ Dr. Carolyn J. Rayford Assoc. Prof. — Counselor Ed.. BA. - InsL, Ed.M. — Boston Univ.. Ph.D. Wisconsin Hampton Dr, Isaac A Robinson Assoc Prof and Director of Social Work, B.A, MCCU, MS.W, - (JNC, Ed.D - NCSG Dr, Artfirell D. Sanders BA. - MCCU, M.A. - Claremont Crad. School, Ph.D. — Indiana Univ. Dr. James Schooler Prof, and Chairman of Chemistry. M.A, — Witten- burg College, M.S., Ph.D. - Gniv. of Wise. Ms. Elsie Scott Asst Prof., Criminal Justice, BA. Univ. MA (Jniv. of Iowa Dr, Rajendar Sharma Assoc. Prof. — Biology, Ph.D., M.SC. — The Ohio State CJniv. Mr. Robert Smith Director of Food Serv. m Ms. Eurydice W. Smith BA. MSLS. - MCCCJ. AMLS, - Univ of Michigan Mrs. Laura Smith Mr Joseph C. Sroka Visiting Lecturer — Academic Skills Center, BS, Asst. Prof Criminal Justice. A.S. — Pa.. B S. — — MCCG Virginia Commonwealth, M.S. — Eastern Ken tucky Gniv Mr- Raphael Thompson Chairman - Accounting GBA, B S , M.C. College at Durham: MBA, Mew York Univ Ms. Mary Frances Vogter BA. - Millsaps College, MA. - UMC-CH Dr. Bametta White Associate Professor — Counselor Ed., A.B. — W. Va. State, MA PhD — Atlanta Cniversity Mr. Harvey White MCCU, M.S. - East Carolina University bi Dr. George H.Williams, Jr. Associate Professor Biology, B.S. — J.C. Smith, M.S. - MCCa, M.A.. Ed.D. - Duiie University Mr Shade Dawson. Jr Secretary, Academic Skills Center Mr Paul Woods B,S, - DC. Teachers College. M.Ed Temple (Jniv. MA - Atlantic (Jniv. Mrs. Quincey Eaves Secretary. Asst. Vice Chancellor for Student Af fairs, B.S.C. - MCCU Ms, Angelia Davis Coordinator — Ed Learning Center H Hbi. WM K 8 lv «g K i -J fl Wl| r ) w H V , f , ■ Ms. Janice H. Cockerham Admin. Secretary, Academic Skills Center Mrs. Lou S. Barnes Program Director, Student Union, B.A, — MCCG Mrs. Lucille Boston Dormitory Supervisor 3S--- Mrs, Jenny Horton Career Counselor. MA, B,S.. AA, — Kittre College Dr. Marcone R. Hines Director - Student Health. M.D. - UMC-Chapel Ms. Margaret Jones Library Science. M.S.L.S. — Atlanta (Jniv. Mrs. Barbara Lassiter Secretary IV, Placement Office Hb ' ' III Mr. Thurman Prescott, Jr. Director of Student Union Mrs. Jessie Parker Secretary. University Relations Office Mrs. Edith Smith Secretary, Residence Operations. B.B.A. Ncca Mr. Willie Finch. Jr. Asst Director. Student Union. B.S.C, MA, MCCO In Honor of Wayne Maurice Dunn A Hero at 27 In Memory of WAYME MAURICE DUNM It is with sincere regrets that we inform you that during a planning workshop in Morehead City, North Carolina. Wayne Maurice Dunn, born February 2, 1952 in San Diego, California and formerly of Brooklyn Mew York, a counselor and instructor of North Carolina Central University, died by accidental drowning on Wednesday, May 30, 1979 in Atlantic Beach. Mr. Dunn received the B.A. Degree in 1973 from Shaw University and the M.A. Degree in 1976 from NCCU. In addition to his responsibilities as instructor Counselor, Mr. Dunn was also a member of and advisor of the Groove Pi Groove Social Fellowship, and advisor and Co-Founder of the Committee on Stu- dent Discipline. He darted out to save one who had drifted afar, for the little raft from the ebb tide knew not when to stop He grasped the beautiful maiden as if to say HOLD ON! PEACE IS HERE! HAVE NO FEAR! But perchance the hero himself smoothly released his protective hand from the maiden fair and himself drifted away Away from the distressful maiden — away — Away from the lifeguards — Away from all who shared inviting smiles, jokes. Laughter, sunshine and play — Away from any bother whate ' er — away — PEACE HE DESIRED! PEACE HE SOUGHT! PEACE HE FOUND! — without splattering against the vaulting waves or grasping for breath amidst an engulfing sea! Yet he went under: Go back for him? He went under as if by a martyr ' s choice, without inducing even a ripple in matter so familiar to him. MUST THE BRAVE TASTE DEATH BUT ONCE? How does one say " Good-bye " to a hero? Our words are too shallow, too empty of meaning to truly reflect t he mode of our hero. At best, we banded in humility — resolve not to multiply that emptiness with nought still. We, nonetheless, extend to our hero endless THANKS for a renewed spirit of HOPE. Our frailty yet forces us to say essentially: " PEACE be unto you. Brother Wayne! Your living was not in vain! " Your heart still smiles to TRUTH and SERVICE against that mysterious undercurrent which invited you to a Higher realm of glory. Wayne, indeed we — your beloved family and friends, you. neighbors, your administrators, your co-workers, your counselees — accept your tune of peace, service and good will, which you have bequeathed to us. I We ACCEPT THE CHALLENGE OF A SPIRITED HERO: We will uphold " Truth and Service! " Wayne Maurice Dunn, our HERO, we thank you for immeasurable COURAGE and STRIDE! Wayne Maurice Dunn, our HERO, we salute you!!! —Earl Bobo B W. G. Pearson Cafeteria Donna Jones, Betty Kelly. Ruby Sykes, Sonya Harrington The food services here at Month Carolina Central University are operated by the University with the in- tention of serving appetizing, well balanced meals in an atmosphere that is made pleasant by staff members and you, the customer. Dining facilities provided in the student union include the Snack Bar which is a vending operation that offers quick snacks, sandwiches and beverages, and the Eagle ' s Nest that offers cafeteria style service for cash-paying customers. M Beverly Bartee, Ruth Hollaway Reginald Moble B Geraldine Caldwell. Mary Markham. Zella Johnson, Maria Walker, Betty Harrington Letilla Footman. Debbie Maye. Diane Farrow ©bsequtes for JOHN DOUGLAS LENNON Saturday, February 1, 1980 11:0(1 A.M. White Rock Baptist Church Durhcim, North Carolina The Reverend Lorenzo A. Lynch, Ofticiatiiis JOHN DOUGLAS LENNON Serving God Through Service To Man By the words of a wise old seer, " He who would be the greatest a- mong you must be the servant of all. " This surely must have been the tenet by which this man patterned his all-too-bricf life, for his record of service to his fellowmen reads much like a WHO ' S WHO AMONG SER- VANTS. There is clear evidence of his anomalous talents and interests in that he associated himself with many phases of activities and served well with all: teacher, Millgrove and Merrick-Moore Schools; principal, Little River School; dean of men and director of student life for men. North Carolina Central University; twice-elected vice-chairman, Durham City School Board of Education; trustee and Sunday School Teacher of the PALS Class, White Rock Baptist Church; active memt er, Durham Com- mittee on the Affairs of Black People; member. North Carolina and Na- tional School Boards; past president. Association of Non-White Con- cerns, (a division of the North Carolina Personnel and Guidance Associa- tion). At the time of his death, he was sen, mg as president-elect of the Association of Non-White Concerns, (a division cif the Amencan Person- nel and Guidance Association); member. Chamber of Commerce Educa- tion Committee; member. Governor Dan K. Moore Committee on Educa- tiim. His services to his fellowmen did not end with involvement in church and professional affairs, but included also circumvolution in matters of comunity interests. In this respect, he served as former president of the Citv Schools Svstem Parent-Teacher Council, the Durham County Hu- man Relations Commission, the North Carolina Agr iculture Teachers As- sociation, Chairman of the Retired Senior Citizens Volunteer Program, Troy House and Family Counseling Services. This was JOHN DOUGLAS LENNON, the manner of the man, giant-like in SERVICE. His places among us may be substituted, but they can never be filled. Only seldom can one so gifted, jO willing, so tenacious, so dedicated pass our way He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Thelma Cumbo Lennon, tVkO daugh- ters, Mrs. Carolyn Shannon of Los Angeles and Mrs. Marjone Paul of Miami; four sisters Mrs. Jessie Jacobs of Wilmington, Miss Mamie Lennon, Dr. Marjorie Zohierand Mrs. Elizabeth Martin, all of New York City, ten nieces and nephews. Fadni awni . like the sfars of the iiioniii} ;, Losnis ' tlieir ly i in the glorious fun, Thuf has he im cd from the earth and fs toilin;( Lon to be ranembered for lohat he has done. Praverfully Sul ' niitted, THE FAMILY FUNERAL MASS for MRS. JOCEYLN CAIN STEVENS Immaculate Conception Parrish Catholic Church Slow. Chapel Hill Street Durham, North Carolina Friday, February 1, 1980 11:00 A.M. The Reverend Francis M. CVConnor, Officiatiii i The Obituary Mrs. jocelyn Cain Stevens, died Monday morning, January 28, 1980 at Duke Medical Center. Mrs. Stevens was a member of the staff of the James E. Shepard Memorial Library at North Carolina Central University since 1959, and served from 1964 to 1979 as head reference librarian She was ap[X)inted in 1979 as Acting Assistant Chief Librarian. She held the faculty rank of assistant professor at NCCU. As head reference librarian, Mrs. Stevens established an informal university archi ' e, which preserves many historic papers and documents related to the uni ersitv. She was listed in two major biographical references: Xlio ' Who of American Women and A Bio ;rapliical Directory of Lihrtinnn m the United States and Canada. Mrs. Stevens was a member of the Holv Cross Catholic Church. She was an active member of the Lady ' s Altar Society; a former member of the Holy Cross Advisory Board and the Educational and Missionarv Board of the Societ% ' of Jesus. Mrs. Stevens was a member of the American Library- Association, the Southeastern Library Asscxiation, and the North Carolina Library Asso- ciation. She was a former ice president of the Durham Count ' Library Association. She was a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha S(.)roritv She was bom in Waco, Texas, the daughter of William and Anita Weston Cain. She attended Waco schools and held a bachelor of science degree in education from Northwestern University. She earned her mas- ter ' s degree in library science from NCCU. Surviving are her husband, James A. Stevens; two sons, James A. Stevens, Jr. of Evanston, Illnois, and Robert L. Ste ens of Miami, Florida; two grandchildren, Jason David Stevens and Holly Lynn Stevens; a step- mcither, Mrs. Fostoria Logan Cain of Cassopolis, Michigan; and an aunt, Mrs. Nancv Pattan of Waco, Texas i Department of History North Carolina Central University NATIONAL AFRO-AMERICAN HISTORY MONTH FEBRUARY 1980: Heritage For America Program Director and Coordinator Dr. Stephen A. Fortune. Associate Professor, Department of History and Social Science. Black History Month Februarys - 13, 1980 Black History Month will be celebrated by the Department of History at North Carolina Central University from F ' ebruary 3 - 13 The nation-wide theme is Heritage for a New America As usual, there will be exhibits, lectures, panel discussions, films and musical recitals. This year, the keynote speaker is United States Attorney Mickey Michaux He will head a bevy of local and nationally recognized speakers Attorney Michaux will speak on Sunday February 3, at 3 p m in B N Duke Auditorium. Joining in the celebrations at this time will be the acclaimed North Carolina Central University touring choir Exhibits have been prepared by the North Carolina Central University Museum, the James E Shepard Library and the School of Library Science. The Museum will exhibit coins designed by famous Black artists and Hai- tian paintings throughout February; while, the School of Library Science will concentrate on black authors and their works The James E Shepard Memorial Library will display the works of Black artists in the lobby and on the main floor The Student Government has planned a program of music and speakers to convene during the latter half of February The University Program Committee has already invited Benjamin Hooks and Ida Lewis for the celebrations Mr. Hooks will speak on February 27 The program from February 3 - 13 will convene in the Student Union, room 146-A. Or Stephen A. Fortune, Associate Professor of History and Social Science, is the coordinator and program director of activities for Black History Month. Black History Month Exhibits February 3 - 13 Coins Designed by Famous Black Artists Place: Noilh Carolina Central University Museum February 17 - 28 The World of Haitian Paintings Place: North Carolina Central University Museum February 19 10:40a.in. Guest speaker: Dr Henri Armand, Chairman, Modern Foreign Language, NCCU. Haitian Paintings and Their History at NCCU. Place: North Carolina Central University Museum February 3 - 28 The Gustavus Vassa : Library Resources Place: School of Library Science, North Carolina Central University February 3 - 28 The Black Painters Achieving Recognition: The Past Paving the Way to the Future. Guest spea ker: Dr. Percy Murrary, Chairman, Department of History, NCCU. Black Perspectives. Place: James E. Shepard Memonal Library February 3 - 28 The Forward March of Afro-Americans Place: Department of History, North Carolina Central University The Black History Month Celebration at North Carolina Central University is made possible by grants from Chancellor Albert Whiting ' s office, the Forum Committee, and the Student Government. The Department of History and the North Carolina Central University Community would like to express their sincere appreciation to these agencies of the University for their generosity. THE ALGMNl ASSOCIATION The objectives and purposes of the association are: to promote the spirit of the fellowship among its graduates and past students, and to strengthen their relations with the university. Specifically, the association shall help to organize and encourage: (A) activities which enhance the reputation of the university and interpret it to the public: (B) activities which will stimulate the interest of prospective students who would benefit from its unique educational programs; and (C) activities which will en- courage financial support by alumni and assist the in- stitution in obtaining funds from other sources. K AWARDS DAY FOR SENIOR CITIZENS R SPONSORED by the Alfonso Elder Student Union AFRICAN SYMPOSIUM 1979-1980 Senior Class President Cameia Green A recognized institution of the American academic community, the Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges Awards is con- ferred annually upon outstanding student leaders. Selections are made by campus nominating committees and based on decidedly above average academic standing, community service, leadership ability and future poten- tial. Forty-eight seniors at Morth Carolina Central University made Who ' s Who. They, along with a short biographical sketch, are featured on these pages. WHO ' S WHO Dorcas M, Adams of Gadsden. South Carolina is a Political Science major with a concentration in Public Administration During Dorcas ' tenure at Morth Carolina Central University her affiliations include: Alpha Kappa Mu National Honor Society Dean ' s list. Public Administra- tion club and the Morth Carolina Student Legislature, in which she held the office of Delegation Chairperson, Other Memberships include; Alpha Phi Omega Jewel club. Student Government Association. Stu- dent Congress. Student steering committee, council of Presidents, and Eagleson Hall house Council (Social Committee and President) Upon graduation she plans to enter graduate school in the field of Urban Pla ling Avis Annette Archer is a native of Winton, rSorth Carolina. Her major is History. She is a member of the Alpha Kappa Mu honor society of which she is the secretary. She is also a member of Pi Gamma Mu Honor society and Phi Alpha Theta honor society. She has also received four year scholarship from the [NCCO Alumni Association. Avis has made the honor roll and the Dean ' s list vihile at MCCU. Avis Artis is a native of Faison, Morth Carolina and a graduate of Morth Duplin High School. This senior biology major plans on attending medical school in the fall Avis has been a very active Eagle. She has held membership in several university organizations including: Student Congress, Student Residence Assistance. Alpha Kappa Mu Honor Society. Campus Echo staff and Annie Day Dormitory Council. This year Avis is serving as President of the PreProfessional Health Society, Miss Betta Kappa Chi and Treasurer of the senior class. A member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, she has served as Anti-Basileus and Basileus. Avis is a Dean ' s list student and has been a research associate in the Minority Biomedical support program, in 1979 she received Honorable Mention to Who s Who. Bertha LaVerne Baldwin, a senior from Goldsboro, Morth Carolina, is an Elelmentary Education major. While here at NCCCl, she has been a member of the Student Qovemment Association, Program Board and served as chairman of the Decorating committee, SMEA, and worked closely with class projects during all four years. She was listed in Who ' s Who among High School Students and has been on Honor roll and Dean ' s List student. Her interest include reading, meeting people, traveling, em- broidery and cooking. tt WHO ' S WHO Stephanie Gwenette Boyd is a senior Mursing major from Shelby M,C. Ms. Chi Eta Phi Sorority for 1979-80. She is a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Chi Eta Phi Sorority Student Government Association, Student Program Board, Student Nursing Association the Panhellenic Council, and the Council of Independent Organizations. She has held mem- bership in NCCU cheerieading squad, gymnastic team. Founders day committee and Baynes Hall House Council. Stephanie was named to Honorable Mention for Who ' s Who in 1978. Toni Annette Brown is a senior from the Bull City of Durham, M.C. Her major is Mathematics with a concentration in Computer Science. Toni ' s organizations and offices include the off- Campus Club; the Student Government Association; the Math Club, President, 1979- 80; Pi Mu Epsilon Honorary Mathematical Fraternity; the MCCG Marching Eagle ' Band, Head Majorette, 1978-80; and Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., Corresponding Secretary, 1978-79 and Recording Secretary 1979-80. She is also the honor attendant to Miss Homecoming, 1 979-80. Her hobbies are baton twirling, embroidering, reading, and meeting people Reginald Lewis Bryant, is majoring in Political Science with a concentration in Public Administration. Reggie is from Columbia, N.C. and an honor graduate from Columbia High School. His involve- ments at rnCCU include member of the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Vice-President of the Senior class of 1 980, SGA, President of Alpha Gamma Men, Senior Class editor for the newspaper, A member of the Program Board, Public Administration Club, Year- book Staff, rnCCG Peer Counselor, MAACP, and a Who ' s Who honorable mention representative for 1978-79. Reggies hob- bies include game hunting, racing, motor- cycling, billiards, reading, and unique in- terest in vans. ' 1IHL j ■ 1 ilk " H B J ■ J Wt m m ■ B ■ R ni flPHH 1 ■ m 1 N j i i A 1 Thomas Michael Caldwell, is majoring in Public Administration. He is from Winston- Salem, NC. Thomas is a member of the Political Science Club and the presiding Assis- tant Treasurer of the Public Administration Club. He has been involved in various com- munity projects. Thomas has also been named to the North Carolina Central University ' s Honor Roll and Deans List. He is an avid reader of publications and an audiophile. WHO ' S WHO Cynthia Cassidy. is a native of Charlotte. M.C. Cynthia is a marl eting nnajor with hopes of becoming a market research analyst Since being a student at MCCU. she has participated with the Student Government Association, Miss Junior, first at- tendant to Miss MCCU. Latham Hall social committee. Chair- man of the hospitality committee, the Program Board, and President of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority. Inc. , f 7SP. i - IHIk f 1 1 ■ m itt Hill II liiii I L J y Denise Veronica Clark is a native of Bel- mont. N,C. She is an English major born under the sign of Gemini, She has served Morth Carolina Central in the following capacities; as Vice-President of Eagleson Hall Dorm 1977-78. President of McLean Hall Dorm 1979-80, Stu- dent Resident Assistant for two years, Director of Campus Affairs 1978-79, Student Govern- ment Association and Co-director of same committee 1977-78, Denise is also a proud lady of Black and Gold who stresses enjoying life to its fullest. Vivian A. Conwell is a native of Rich Square. M,C, She is an Elementary Educa- tion major (4 9), Vivian is concentrating in Speech Pathology, She is involved in the following organizations: Student National Education Association. Alpha Kappa Mu Honor Society, and has been a dean ' s list student for two consecutive years. Gloria Corniffe is a native of Wilmington. N,C, with a major in Accounting, Born under the sign of Pisces, her hobbies include bowl- ing, skating, tennis, baking and traveling. She received three scholarships upon entering college, one of which was awarded from the American Institute of Certified Public Accoun- tants, During her precious years at MCCG. her affiliations include membership of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority. Inc. as Co-Dean of Pledgees, Chairman, Judician Advisory Board of Eagleson Dormitory as well as Student RESI- DENT ASSISTANT her junior year. Campus Echo, Phi Beta Lambda Business Fraternity, National Association of Black Accountants, Member of Entertainment Committee of the Student Government Association Staff, Who ' s Who Honorable Mention her junior year. National Student Business League, Ac- counting Representative Campus Organiza- tions, Eagle yearbook Staff and the Senior Class Fund Raising Committee, She hopes to pursue a career as a Professional Accountant. ■ WHO ' S WHO Claude H Davis III is a native of Winston-Salem, N,C. and is majonng in Public Administration, He is President of Alpha Pfii Alpha, and also serves Student Government Association. CJn dergraduate Council, Participated in Junior Congress, Student Concerns, and Assistant State Director of Alpha Phi Alpha, Af- ter Graduation he will be commissioned a 2nd Lt, in the United States Marine Corp James Curtis Dockery, a native of Laurin- burg, M.C. is a Political Science major. He has been active in numerous campus organiza- tions and community activities. To name a few, Mr, Docl ery has been a member of the Political Science Club, The Campus Echo. The Eagle Yearbook. The Men ' s Speaker s Fomm. The Peer Counselors, The English Club. He was the President of Alpha Kappa Mu Honor Society and President of Pi Gam ma Mu National Social Science Honor Society. He has participated in Voter Registration drives, and wood cutting for the poor and elderly. Rachel L. Downey is a senior Elementary Education major from Oxford. Noilh Carolina She has been very active in the following organizations: MCCO ' s Marching and Concert Bands. The Student Mational Education Association. Student Resident Assistant. Student Government Associa- tion. University Food Service Committee. Campus Echo and Council of Independent Organizations. Rachel ' s other campus ac- tivities include membership in Delta Sigma Theta Sorority. Her other accomplishments include being named to Who s Who Honorable Mention 1978-79 and Dean ' s List Student. Bernice Dupree is an Elementary Education major from Pinetops. M C, While here at North Carolina Central University. Bernice has been a member of the Student Steering Committee. McLean Hall House Council. McLean Hall President. Student Resident Assistant. Presi- dent of the Student Division of North Carolina Association of Educators. Honor Roll, and Dean s List. WHO ' S WHO Janice Faye Earle is a Recreation major (Therapeutic Con- centration) from Belmont. INC While attending North Carolina Central University I have enjoyed working with the vanous ac- tivities which include House Review Board; Mt. Zion, Open Doors Recreation Program; McLean Hall House Council — Treasurer civic affairs chairperson; INorth Carolina Central University Women ' s Softball Team — Co-Captain; Student Government Association Senior Congress; Recreation Club — Vice-President; and Parliamentarian of Delta Sigma Theta. Inc. Nathan Farrior, is a native of Rose Hill, N.C. He is a Business major with a concentration in Finance. While at NCCG. I was President of C.T. Willis Club. Parliamentarian of National Student Business League, Treasurer of Men Speakers Forum and Treasurer of the Pen- tecostal Fellowship, and received Honorable Mention in 1979. I am also a member of Phi Beta Lambda. Bowling Team, and Council of Independent organization, I have been active in working with the elderly at Hilhaven Rose Manor Convalescent Center in Durham. N.C. Jerry Farrior is a senior Criminal justice major He is a member of the Pep Squad. Men s Speakers forum. Student Resident assistants, 1978-79 1979-80, President of Chidley Hall 1979-80, President Student Steering Committee, Pariiamentarian for Peer Counselors, Housing Review Board, Ex-CJmbra, and selected as Honorable Men- tion for Who ' s Who in junior year. Sylvia Denise Gaither. a native of Charlotte, North Carolina, is an accounting major. While pursuing studies at N.C.C.G., she has served organizations including National Association of Black Accountants, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Alpha Kappa Mu Honor Society, Phi Beta Lambda Business Fraternity, Student Congress, and Campus Echo news staff. Following graduation she will be employed with Deloitte. Hasians and Sells and become a certified Public Accountant. i WHO ' S WHO Olivia Denlse Catling a senior Political Science major with a concentration in Public Administration. Member of Tau Beta Sigma (National Band Sorority and Miss Tau Beta Sigma for 97980, Member of [North Carolina Central University Marching and Concert Bands. Member of the Tyrone R. Baines Society of Public Administration, the Political Science club and the Student chapter of the N.A.A.C.P., Student Resident assis- tant, and Secretary of Eagleson Hall House Council for 1977- 78. Junior Class Editor of the Eagle Yearbook staff. Denise plans on attending graduate school upon leaving [N.C.C.CI. Being Senior class President is one of the worthwhile attributes of Camela Olivia Green. A resident or Orangeburg. South Carolina. Camela is a Political Science major English minor. While attending IN.C.C.U. she has held many outstanding leaderships positions. She was active in Student politics and held leading positions such as Vice President, Alpha Lambda Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta and Eagleson Dormitory, Student Resident Assis- tant, Junior and Senior Congresswomen and secretary of INorth Carolina Student Legislature, 1978-79. She has served on various committees dealing with University af- fairs including academic appeals, un- dergraduate Council, and Commeneement Planning. Other affiliations include the Political Science Club, English Club, Steering Commit- tee, Eagleson House Council and numerous involvements. Camela ' s awards range from be- ing on the Honor Roll and Dean ' s List to scholarships from the Delta Sigma Theta Durham Alumni Chapter. She was awarded Who ' s Who Honorable Mention 1978-79 and plans to attend Law school in the fall. Jojcel nn Denise Gviyn is an English major from Mount Airy, INorth Carolina, born under the sign of Aquarius. She is a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha in which she served as Co-Dean of Pledgees 1978- 79. Pan Hellenic Council, Secretary 1979- 80, Touring and Concert Choir, Historian, 1979-80, English Club, AESU Program Board, Student steering committee, and McLean Hall House Council. Future plans to attend graduate school with a major in Media-Journalism. Edwenda Maria Hughes, a senior Biology major from Goldsboro, N.C. with hopes of one day becoming a medical Doctor. While matriculating at IN.C.C.U. she has participated in the following organizations: Student Resi- dent Assistant, Student Government Associa- tion, Biology Club, Pre-Professional Health Society, Program Board, and Delta Sigma Theta Sorority. She reigned as Miss Biology Club, Miss Alpha Kappa Mu, and holds the of- fice of President of Beta Kappa Chi. WHO ' S WHO Setrlna A. Hunter a senior Biology major from High Point. North Carolina- She is a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.. Grammateus 1 978-79. Alpha Kappa Mu Mational Honor Society. Beta Kappa Chi Scientific Honor Society. Stu- dent Resident Assistant. Baynes Hall. NC.CCJ, Concert Tour- ing Choirs. Asst. Secretary 1978-79. Secretary Tour Manager 1979-80. She is also a member of the Judiciary Board of Baynes Hall, Setrlna is a Dean List student. Donald Ray Jenl ins. an English major from Weldon. North Carolina, is attending North Carolina Central University on a four year academic scholarship from the North Carolina Association of Independent Insurance Agents. Incorporated and the North Carolina Central University Alumni Association. Incorporated. During his four years at North Carolina Central. Donald has been associated with the John Douglas Lennon Speakers Forum, the Univer- sity ' s Honors program, the Campus Echo newspaper staff, the English Club, the Alpha Kappa Mu Honor Society. He served as a Peer Counselor his freshman year and has made the honor roll every semester while enrolled at NCCU. Donald intends to enter law school upon completion of his undergraduate studies. Cheryl A. Joyner Is a native of Franklin- ton, North Carolina and a 1 976 graduate of Franklinton High School. She is a General Home Economics major, concentrating in Foods and Nutrition Clothing and Textiles. She is a member of the following organiza- tions: American Home Economics Associa- tion. Kappa Omicron Phi. University Food service Advisory committee. North Carolina Student Legislature. Student Government Association. Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Cheryl plans to pursue a career as an Agricultural Extension Agent, Being President of the Pentecostal Fellowship Choir, Willie Eari Lang is a resident of Snow Hill. North Carolina, Willie has served in the following capacities: Baptist Student Union, C,A. Jones History and Social Science Club. Chidley Hall Dormitory Council (Ex- ecutive Asst. Sec, 1978-79). Pep Squad, Sophomore class congress. Student Resident Assistant, and the Student Steering Commit- tee. Willie also serves as a director and a soloist of the Pentecostal Fellowship Choir. He is a History major and plans to pursue a Master ' s degree in Counseling and Guidance. WHO ' S WHO Kathy Rene Mapson. a Political Science major, is a native of Leiand, INC. Kathy. a honor graduate from North Brunswic[ High School participated in various activities at IN.C.C.CJ While attending undergraduate school at N.CC.O . she participated in: Political Science Club, Student Steering Committee, Chair- person of Social Committee for Rush Hall Dormitory. Fire Marshal for Rush Hall Dormitory. Chairperson to Rush Hall for the horth Carolina Central University Charter of NAACP. Hous- ing Review Board Committee, and a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority. Incorporated. Serina Marvia Massey. a native of Warren ton. Ga. Marvia is majoring in English with a concentration in Media Journalism. Her organizations include: Dean of Pledgees for Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Miss Freshman, Miss Peer Counselor. English Club. Program Board. Pan-Hellenic Council — Secretary, Campus Echo Staff. After graduation, Marvia plans to attend graduate School and work in Atlanta, Ga. Juella McQueen is a native of Ben- nettsville. S.C and is majohng in English with a concentration in Media-Journalism. She is a member of the Alfonsa Elder Stu- dent Union Program Board, where she serves as Miss Student Union. She is also a member of the Advisory Board and was a member of the NCCCI Dance Group where she served as treasurer. Also a member of the English Media Club, and served as the Entertainment Chairperson of the Program Board (1978 79). Rosalind L, Moore is a native of Raleigh, M.C. and a 1975 graduate of Needham Broughton High School Her major is Elementary Educa- tion While here at NCCU. Rosalind has been a member of the Student Union Program Board, Student Concerns Committee and Student Government Association She is presently a member of ShEA (Student National Educa- tion Association) and Election Board. She also holds and operates an office in Baynes Hall House Council. Upon graduation, she plans to attend graduate school in the field of Library Science. I WHO ' S WHO DeQuilla Phillips of Kenansville, N.C. is a Business Educa- tion major. Bom under the sign of Leo. DeQuillas hobbies in- clude typing, sewing, rug hooking, reading, traveling, and meeting new people. A member of Gamma Sigma Sigma National Service Soronty, DeQuilla has served as 2nd Vice- President, Correspondent Secretary, and is at present Miss Gamma Sigma Sigma 1979-80; a member of tfie Alpha Phi Omega jewel Club, where she has held the position of Assis- tant Secretary 1978-79, a member of SNEA, Phi Beta Lambda Business Fraternity. Future Business Educators Association, and a member of the NCCU Choir Upon graduation she plans to pursue her education in the field of Business, J v w ■1 —..i- . mn y, « " j| H .a " H . ani H ■ ' .J l yMJpiJ H t 1 Larry Revelle, known to many as L Donelle Revelle, originates from Ahoskie. M.C. and is an English major with a concentration in jour- nalism Revelle is Editor in-Chief of the award- winning student newspaper. The Campus Echo. Revelle is the announcer for the Marching Eagle Band and is affiliated with the SGA. student union program board, English- Journalism Club. University Publications Com- mittee, and Academic Appeals Committee, Revelle has been a Dean ' s List student and plans to pursue journalism in graduate school upon graduation. Revelle is also senior cameraman at Channel 1 1 . WTVD television in Durham. Tony Rome Richardson, a Criminal Justice major, is from Wilmington, INC. and a graduate of New Hanover High School. He is a member of Alpha Phi Alpha. Criminal Justice Club, Off Campus Club and Pan- Hellenic Council. Following graduation he plans to pursue a career in law enforce- ment. Dennis Sloan, a Public Administration major from Detroit, Michigan, has been an extremely active Eagle. He has held such offices as Presi- dent of the Student Government Association, President of the Junior Class and Vice- President of the Sophomore Class. Other extra- curricular activities include: T.R. Baines Society of Public Administrators, Mens Speakers Forum. Political Science Club and B.U.D.D. HA. which he assisted in starting. In addition, he is a very active member of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. to who he is known as the in- famous D. Dog. ■ WHO ' S WHO Eva Thompson, a native of Jacksonville, M.C. and a Business Education major lias been very active around the campus Eva was the treasurer and is now the former secretary of the Future Business Educators Association Club, She is also a member of Student [National Education Association. Eix- Gmbra. Student Faculty Relations Committee and the Pep Club. Born under the sign of Scorpio. Eva s hobbies include jogging, sewing, traveling, and meeting people. Upon gradua- tion, she plans to pursue her education in Business. Leiand Quintin Townes. is a native of Williamston. M.C. and is majoring in Public Ad- ministration. He is President of the Public Ad- ministration Club. Vice-President of Alpha Kappa Mu Honor Society. Honorary member of Men ' s Speakers Forum of Chidley Hall, ac- tive member of the Senior Class and Student Government, and a member of the Student University Task Force on Student Life. A. Mack Watkins from High Point. M.C. and is majoring in Political Science. He is the Educational Director and Stepmaster for the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity. He is also involved with the Peer Counselors. NCC(J Touring and Concert Choirs. Alpha Gamma Mens Club. Attorney General of SGA, Junior Class Vice-President and Campus Af- fairs. He does plan to attend Law School. Serving as Editor-in-Chief of the Eagle year- book is one of the worthwhile attributes of Patsy Ann Watts. A resident of Lynchburg, Va. is a Political Science major with a concentra- tion in Criminal Justice. V hile attending NCCCJ she IS a member of the Alpha Lambda Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., Criminal Justice Club in which she served as secretary 1977-78. Cooperative Education Club. A.E. S.O. Program Board. Political Science Club. She was freshman Class Editor on the Eagle Yearbook Staff 1976-77. Sophomore Class Editor 1977-78. and Co-Editor-in-Chief 1978- 79. She is a member of Student Government Association which she was selected as a delegate for several conferences and a mem- ber of Alpha Kappa Mu National Honor Society, A deans list student. She was awarded Who ' s Who Honorable Mention 1978-79. Patsy ' s presently employed as a revenue Of- ficer with Internal Revenue Service. WHO ' S WHO Michael Lee White a drama major has made memorable contributions that make him an outstanding student. He has studied dance extensively and Is a member of the INorth Carolina Central Dance Group in which he has served as Sergeant of Arms, technical director, and President, He has done Choreography for the NCCG Dance Group as well as drama productions. He has served on the SGA, N,C, Student Legislature and tfie Ivan Dixon Players, His interest lies in dance and modeling oriental culture, theology, chess and classical music. He is a native of Claremont, N,C, and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lee White. . W4. , 1 FW ' ■ n -:.:s mk jn % ' " B s- S ' fflh . _M .- J 1 m gp Louis Williams is a native of Wilmington, M.C. During Louis stay at MCCU he has been very active in the C.A. Jones History Club serv ing as Vice President of the club. Other ac tivities which he has been involved with in- clude: Alpha Kappa Mu National Honor Society, Senior Class Congressman, Chidley Hall Dormitory Council, and Central ' s Wres- tling team obtaining a third place in theMEAC at the 1 77 lb, weight class, Louis has also made the Deans List several times. Reginald M, Wright is a native of Raleigh, M.C. Reginald is a Political Science major and is presently President of the Political Science Club. Reginald ' s major goal is to become a Corporate Attorney. Reginald will be entering Law School in the fall after hav- ing graduated from MCCCI in only three years Reginald ' s other activities and organizations include: Vice-President of Pi Gamma Mu National Social Science Honor Society, Member of the North Carolina Stu dent Legislature, member of the Pre Law Society, member of Alpha Kappa Mu National Honor Society, Member of the Off- Campus Club, and the Spanish Club, Reginald was also a continuous member of the Dean ' s list. Tonette Dixon Miss N.CC.CJ, M Organizations Black History FREDERICK DOUGLASS (1817-1895) Born into slavery in Tuckahoe, Mar ' land, Frederick Douglass escaped to New York in 1838. After making a rousing speech denouncing slaven. ' . Douglass was hired as an agent by an abolitionist society. Almost overnight he became the leading black spokesman in the anti- slavery cause. There was thunder in his words. From FOURTH OF JULY ORATION, 1852 By Frederick Douglass Fellow-citizens, pardon me, allow me to ask. why am I called upon to speak here to-day? What have I, or those I represent, to do with your national independence? Are the great principles of political freedom and of natural justice, embodied in that Declaration of Indejjendence, extended to us? And am I, therefore, called upon to bring our humble offering to the national altar, and to confess the benefits and express devout gi-atitude for the blessings resulting from your independence to us? Would to God, both for your sakes and ours, that an affir- mative answer could be truthfully returned to these ques- tions! Then would my task be light, and my burden easy and delightful. For ivho is there so cold, that a nation ' s sympathy could not warm him? Who so obdurate and dead to the claims of gratitude, that would not thankfully acknowledge such priceless benefits? Who so stolid and selfish, that would not give his voice to swell the hallelujahs of a nation ' s jubilee, when the chains of servitude had been torn from his limbs? I am not that man. In a case like that, the dumb might eloquently speak, and the " lame man leap as an hart. " But, such is not the state of the case. I say it with a sad sense of the disparity between us. I am not included within the pale of this glorious anniversary! Your high indepen- dence only reveals the immeasurable distance between us. The blessings in which you, this day, rejoice, are not enjoyed in common. — The rich inheritance of justice, liberty, pros- perity and indejjendenee. bequeathed by your fathers, is shared by you, not by me. The sunlight that brought life and healing to you, has brought stripes and death to me. This Fourth July is yours, not miue. You may rejoice, must mourn. To drag a man in fetters into the grand illuminated temple of liberty, and call upon him to join you in joyous anthems, were inhuman mockery and sacreligious irony. Do you mean, citizens, to mock me, by asking me to speak to-day? If so, there is a parallel to your conduct. And let me warn you that it is dangerous to copy the e.xample of a nation whose crimes, towering up to heaven, were thrown down by the breath of the Almighty, burying that nation in irrecover- able ruin! I can to-day take up the plaintive lament of a peeled and woe-smitten people! Student Resident Assistance The S. R. A. ' s are selected from rising seniors by the sophomores, juniors and graduating seniors each spring. The S. R. A. ' s serve as mentors to the Freshmen. The aim is to help freshmen adjust to dor- mitory group life in general and to help them recognize and accept the fine tradi- tions and ideals of MCCU. Mens Speakers ' Forum The John Douglass Len- non Men ' s Speakers Forum was founded in 1969 with the purpose of building leaders through com- munication skills. Front Row (left to right): Kenneth Foushee, Director of Stu- dent Life; Donald Jenkins, Clevie Brandon, Stephen Wingate. Back Row: Leon Rouson, Jimmy Green. Ger- ald Maddock, Sam Battle, Jerry Farrior. tr- Peer Counselors The P. C. ' s are com- posed of onandoff campus sophomores, juniors and seniors who intend to remain a part of the program until graduation. The Philosophy of the P,C. ' s program is to extend an additional service to their peers and to maintain a healthy existence in their university family. Off Campus Club The Off Campus Club is composed of M, C. C, a. students who live off campus during the academic year. It sponsors dif- ferent functions thoughout the year and also serves as a means of com- munications concern- ing campus activities. ' ' r ■■ ' ' ' y ' ■ Phi Gamma Mu Future ■ Business | Educators The Future Business Educators Association is a club composed of students majoring in this Reld. Its pur- pose is to improve relations between students and faculty within the depart- ment and to consider vocational opportunities in the Field. ■ ' :,J[:l.(! ' : ■■it:- ' : :- National Association of Black Accountants The primary goal of the National Associa- tion of Black Accoun- tants is to strengthen one ' s self in ac- counting and to promote student in- volvement in the field of business. National Student Business League The N. C. C. U. Chapter of the N. S. B. L. is an affiliate of the National Business League. The objec- tives of the N, S. B. L. is to further com- munications between business students and the Black Business community, pro- moting professional- ism, improving skills, and eliminating racial discrimination. , ■3. i- i-.j i C.T. Willis Club The C. T. Willis Business Club was organized to give the student of business and commerce the opportunity to mature both pro- fessionally and socially. The members of the club par- ticipated in a number of ac- tivities including fund- raising projects, listening to professional speakers and other activities to promote unity within the group. Public Admini - stration The T. R. Baines Society of Public Administration is composed of Public Ad- ministration majors. It is designed to interest stu- dents in all aspects of urban administration and plan- ning. • i ml «■ ■» »i ss Steering Committee The Steering com- mittee was founded upon the principle that social maturity should be the ultimate achievement based on the relationships between the students and the administra- tion. Economics Finance Club Math Club Pi Mu Epsilon " • . • " • ■■ " •■ «•«.»•■• -» " » ••■ Student Nursing Assoc. The Student Murs- ing Association provides an oppor- tunity for majors in nursing to develop leadership skills, to support selective ser- vice projects and to become members of the National Student Nurses Association through the N. C. Chapter. Pre- Professional Health Society The Pre-Profes- sional Health Society consists of Health ma- jors dedicated towards the advancement of public health. National Association African Liberation Committee Wat.. " ' j • 1? a«9tS:?B!8aiIBJ?«fl.WHSeJ!EW H JM - Home Economics Club The Home Eco- nomics Club helps to improve students fun- damental skills in sew- ing. cooking and organization of their dwellings. It helps stu- dents with any problems or questions they should have con- cerning home economics by dis- cussing, demonstra- tion and assisting. Kappa Omicron Phi The Kappa Omi- cron Phi is one of three national honor societies in the area of Home Economics. Its purpose is to further the best interest of the field by recognizing and encouraging scholastic excellence, developing leadership abilities, fostering professional activities and interests, and promoting fellowship among the faculty and students of the profes- sion. C. A. Jones History g I Club Cobett Jones History Club and Social Science is dedicated to promoting continued student ex- cellence in the field of history. The club currently sponsors a student scholarship for the depart- ment. Sociology Club The purpose of the Sociology Club is to involve students in community ac- tivities and to broaden their knowledge of sociological principles and oppor- tunities. S. ' SSraBBBflBEHBRiH«a!5!« aa» « ' " Council of Independent Organizations The Council of In- dependent Organiza- tions is the league of social fellowships and non-Greek organiza- tions that take an in- terest in the uplift of black people — brotherly, socially, educationally, spiri- tually, and econom- ically. Ladies of Black and Gold These ladies are the sweethearts of the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, The ladies conduct their own in- itiation process for new members. German Club French Club ESWKSSiB HHM»«»KWPJP33fB«K -i 5:i3riw»i ' wa Baptist Student Onion North Carolina Student Legislative Health Education Club This club is an organiza- tion composed of health education majors and minors. Its phmary objective is to facilitate student and community interest in health and recent issues concerning the field. Recreation Club This club is composed primarily of majors in the field of recreation and is designed to provide ade- quate training for recreation majors by employing the Durham Recreation Depart- ment. . :s . ' -i ir li ■a Criminal Justice The purpose of the club is to provide volun- teer work and service throughout the sur- rounding community, with criminal justice problems and solutions. Political Science A group of young pre- law, and political science students united to bring about a unified political science body here at N.C.C.CI. The members of the club participated in a number of activities in- cluding fund raising pro- jects, and other activities to promote unity and pride within the group. Alpha Kappa Mu Alpha Kappa Mu honor Society is to promote scholarship and to recognize academic achievement in all fields of study. The society selects to membership outstanding juniors and seniors. English Club This club perpetuates excellence in the art of communication, both verbal and non-verbal. Rush Hall House Council Rush Hall house coun- cil is made up of ladies of the dorm to provide ser- vice, and an opportunity for students to participate in the administration of the affairs of the students living in the dormitory. » - »i f ... McLean Hall House Council The McLean Council tries to promote a better family atmosphere and good leadership qualities among the ladies of the dormitory. Eagleson Hall House Council Eagleson Jail Coun- cil ' s duties and power are in keeping with needs of the dormitory. Several young ladies are selected to perform the needed tasks each year. Latham Hall House " Council This council ' s duties and power are in keeping with the needs of Latham Hall. Several ladies are selected each year to per- form various tasks the council undertakes. a Annie House Council The Annie Day House Council represents the women of Annie Day Shepard Dormitory. The council listens to the problems that the students might have ranging from open visitation to their roommates. Baynes Hall Counselors The Baynes Hail House Council conducts its duties and powers in keeping with the needs, desires and leadership capacities of this specific dormitory. , ' mM i? ' ' i mm ' ' ' - Geography Conservation Club This organization is open to all geography majors and interested persons. Some ac- tivities are picnics, dances, fund-raising projects and other ac- tivities to encourage interest in the field of geography. Veteran Club Veteran ' s Club is composed of people who have been in the U. S. Armed Forces. They carry out various community and volun- teer projects in the city. j ' --ji« m Alpha Phi Omega Jewels The Jewel Club is af- filiated with the Alpha Phi Omega Fraternity. The club is service oriented toward the school and community. As the Alpha Phi Omega sweethearts, they assist the fraternity in their projects. Pep Club The purpose of the organization is to promote team spirit among the students, faculty, alumni, and general community of N.C.C.U. - M 4 •k ' .v M ' . •• !? Social Work Society The North Carolina Central University Social Work Society was established dur- ing the fall semester of the 1979-80 academic year. The Society provides sociology majors and other in- terested students with the opportunity to engage in extra- classroom activities that will supplement and extend the social work knowledge ac- quired in classroom study. Through Society participation, students are also able to share with each other their needs, talents, and resources. All students accepted into the Social Work Concentration are eligible for mem- bership in the Society. Honorees J ' " H Action The Honorees in Action is an outgrowth of the Honors Pro- gram. It seeks to sup- plement the program by giving highly motivated students an opportunity to interact with each other in a less formal manner. The group attends many workshops yearly and seeks to promote academic ex- cellence. Excerpts of Historical Documents THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES (Signed September 17, 1787) WE THE PEOPLE (jf the United States, in Order to form a more perfect uniiin, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America. Mr. President and Gentlemen of the Convention: If we could first know where we are, and whither we are tending, we could better judge what to do, and how to do it. We are now far into the fifth year since a policy was initiated with the avowed object and confident promise of putting an end to slavery agitation. Under the operation of that policy, that LINCOLN ' S HOUSE DIVIDED SPEECH Springfield, lUinois, June 17, 1858 agitation has not only not ceased, but has constantly aug- mented. In my opinion it will not cease until a crisis shall have been reached and passed. " A house divided against itself cannot stand. " I believe this government cannot endure permanently half slave and half ft-ee . . . JOHN BROWN ' S LAST SPEECH November 2, 1859 He was indicted for treason and for conspii ' ing with slaves to commit murder, convicted, and sentenced to be hanged. I have, may it please the Court, a few words to say. In the first place, I deny everything but what I have all along admitted, — the design on my pai ' t to free the slaves. I intended certainly to have made a clean thing of that matter, as I did last winter, when I went into Missouri and there took slaves without the snapping of a gun on either side, moved them through the country, and finally left them in Canada. I designed to have done the same thing again, on a larger scale. That was all I intended. I never did intend murder, or treason, or the destruction of property, or to e.xcite or incite slaves to rebellion, or to make insurrection .... This court acknowledges, as I suppose, the validity of the law of God. I see a book kissed here which I su])pose to be the Bible, or at least the New Testament. That teaches me that all things whatsoever I would that men should do to me, I should do even so to them. It teaches me, further, to " re- member them that are in bonds, as bound with them. " I endeavored to act up to that instruction. I say, I am yet too young to understand that God is any respecter of persons. I beheve that to have interfered as I have done — as I have always freely admitted I have done — in behalf of His de- spised poor, was not wrong, but right. Now, if it is deemed necessary that I should forfeit my life for the furtherance of the ends of justice, and mingle my blood further with the blood of my children and with the blood of millions in this slave country whose rights are disregarded by the wicked, cruel, and unjust enactments, — I submit; so let it be done! SOUTH CAROLINA ORDINANCE OF SECESSION December 20, 1860 We, the peo|ile (jf the State of South Carolina, in Ccinven- tion assembled, do declare and ordain, and it is hereby de- clared and ordained, that the ordinance adopted by us in Convention, on the 23rd day of May, in the year of our Lord 1788, whereby the Constitution of the United States of America was ratified, and also all Acts and pails of Acts of the General Assembly of this State ratifying the amend- ments of the said Constitution, are hereby repealed, and that the union was subsisting between South Carolina and other States under the name of the United States of America is herebv dissolved. THE EMANCIPATION PROCLAMATION January 1, 1863 BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA: A Proclamation Whereas on the 22nd day of September, A. D. 1862, a procl amation was issued by the President of the United States, containing, amongother things, the following, to wit: " That on the 1st day of January, A. D. 1863, all persons held as slaves within any State or designated part of a State the people whereof shall then be in rebellion against the United States shall be then, thenceforward, and forever free; and the executive government of the United States, including the military and naval authority thereof, will rec- ognize and maintain the freedom of such persons and will do no act to repress such persons, or any of them in any efforts they may make for their actual freedom. . . . GEORGE WASHINGTON CARVER (18W-1943) George Washington Carver showed an unusually deep interest in plants even as a child. When called to join the faculty at Tuskegee Institute in Alabama, he pursued his interest in agricultural research, discovering more than .500 uses of the peanut, pecan, and sweet pfjtato. This former slave child, valued at $.300 — the price of a horse — became the world ' s foremost agricultural chemist. Outstanding Black Scientists Have Earned The Name of Geniuses ' ' W ERNEST E. JUST (188.3-1941) The foremost name among Afro-American biologists is Ernest E. Just. Earning academic honors at Dart- mouth College, this brilliant investigator of cell life and egg fertilization was later awarded his doctorate at the University of Chicago. Acknowledged as the individual who had done the most during 1914 to advance the cause of black Americans. Ernest E. Just had done more — he had advanced the frontiers of knowledge. Dr. CHARLES R. (1904-19.501 DREW Only after years of research did Doctor Charles Drew find a way to preserve blood for emergency use. Organiz- ing the Red Cross Blood Bank, this brilliant pioneer in blood plasma research was re.sponsible in great measure for the lives saved by blood transfusions in World War II. Sadly, in 19.50 Doctor Drew was injured in an automobile accident and bled to death before he could receive a blood transfusion. tti JAMES WELDON JOHNSON (1871-1938) Born into average circumstances in Jacksonville, Florida, James Weldon Johnson became one of the most distinguished black Americans of the early twentieth century. As an editor, teacher, essayist, poet, attorney, novelist, and lyricist for Broadway shows, his influence was felt in many fields. Few men of any age or race can claim a wider range of interests or talents. LIFT EVRY VOICE AND SING (National Negi ' o Anthem) by James Weldon Johnson Life ev ' ry voice and sing. Till earth and heaven ring. Ring with the harmiinies of Lilserty; Let our rejoicing ri.- e High as the list ' ning skies. Let it resound loud as the rolling sea. Sing a song full of the faith that the dark past has taught us Sing a song full of the hope that the present has brought us; Facing the rising sun of our new day begun. Let us march on till victory is won. Stony the road we trod. Bitter the chast ' ning rod. Felt in the days when hope unborn had died; Yet with a steady beat. Have not our weary feet Come to the place for which our fathers signed? We have come over a way that with tears has been watered We have come, treading our path thro ' the blood of the slaughtered; Our from the gloomy past, Till now we stand at last Where the white gleam of oui- bright star is cast. ■i . »»a. ' ' •a " ' " •■ ' ■ ■ PAUL LAURENCE (1872-1906) DUNBAR Paul Dunbar was an elevator boy when he put to- gether his first collection of verses. Other books followed. While many of his most beautiful works were written in conventional English, his most popular ones were in the quaint broken English of the newly freed slaves. Paul Dunbar was not quite thirty-four when he died of tuberculosis in 1906. THE COLORED SOLDIERS bv Paul Laurence Dunbar If the muse were mine to tempt it And my feeble voice were strong, If my tongue were trained to measures, I would sing a stirring song. I would sing a song heroic Of those noble sons of Ham. Of the gallant colored soldiers Who fought for Uncle Sam! In the early days you scorned them. And with many a flip and flout Said " These battles are the white man ' s. And the whites will fight them out. " Up the hills your fought and faltered. In the vales you strove and bled. While your ears still heard the thunder Of the foes ' advancing tread. Then distress fell on the nation. And the flag was drooping low; Should the dust pollute your banner? No! the nation shouted. No! So when War, in savage triumph. Spread abroad his funeral pall — Then vou called the colored soldiers, An they answered to your call. And like hounds unleashed and eager For the life blood of the prey. Sprung they forth and bore them bravely In the thickest of the fray. And where ' er the fight was hottest. Where the bullets fastest fell. There they pressed unblanched and fearles At the ver ' mouth of hell. Ah. they rallied to the standard To uphold it by their might; None were stronger in the labors. None were braver in the fight. From the blazing breach of Wagner To the plains of Olustee. They were foremost in the fight Of the battles of the free. And at Pillow I God have mercy On the deeds committed there. And the souls of those poor victims Sent to Thee without a prayer. Let the fulness nf Thy pity O ' er the hot wrought spirits sway Of the gallant colored soldiers Who fell fighting on that day! Yes. the blacks enjoy their freedom. And they won it dearly, too; For the life blood of their thousands Did the southern fields bedew. In the darkness of their bondage. In the depths of slavery ' s night. Their muskets flashed the dawning. And they fought their way to lignt. They were comrades then and brothers. Are they more or less to-day? They were good to stop a bullet And to front the fearful fray. They were citizens and soldiers, When rebellion raised its head; And the traits that made them worthy. — Ah! those virtues are not dead. Thev have shared your nightly iffils, They have shared your daily toil; And their blood with yours commingling Has enriched the Southern soil. They have slept and marched and suffered ' Neath the same dark skies as you. They have met as fierce a foeman. And have been as brave and true. And their deeds shall find a record In the registry of Fame; For their blood has cleansed completely Every blot of Slavery ' s shame. So all honor and all glory To those noble sons of Hamm — The gallant colored soldiers Who fought for Uncle Sam! LANGSTON HUGHES (1902-1967) Langston Hughes, a major figure in the " Harlem Renaissance. " was one of the most honored and versatile authors in the United States. While known primarily as a poet, he wrote novels, songs, plays, and biographies. Langston Hughes wrote mostly about common people, chiefly black people. Writing for children as well as adults, he used words that people understood. And he wrote with pride. NEGRO by Langston Hughes I am a Negro: Black as the night is black. Black like the depths (if my Africa. I ' ve been a slave: Caesar told me to keep his door-steps clean. I brushed the boots of Washington. I ' ve been a worker: Under my hand the pyramids arose. I made mnrtar fcir the Wodiworth Building. I ' ve been a singer: All the way from Aft-ica to Georgia I carried my sorrow songs. I made ragtime. I ' ve been a victim: The Belgians cut off my hands in the Congo. They lynch me still in Mississippi. I am a Negro: Black as the night is black. Black like the dei ths of my Africa. .- - r J t. " i. " ;., WILLIAM WELLS BROWN (1816-1884) William Wells Brown, an escapee from slaver ' , first served as an assistant to the fier - abolitionist. Elijah Lovejoy Under Lovejoy ' s tutelage William Brtjwn be- came an anti-slavery lecturer and writer In IS-S;! he be- came the first Afro- American author to wnte and publish a novel. Clotetle. William Wells Bnjwn was also an histonan of the pre-Civil War penod RICHARD WRIGHT 11908-19601 Mississippi-bom Richard Wnght. a product of oppres- sion and poverty, was one of the first novelists to arouse the nation ' s conscience to the plight of black Amencans Through his convincing novels, such as ' atue Son and Black Boy. Wnght hoped to kindle a sense of justice in people ' s hearts The fact that much of the material for his novels was drawn from his own experience helps tn explain the integrity and power of his wnting. GWENDOLYN BROOKS ' i c was published Though (1917 In 94lj A Strfet m Bronz It was highly praised, for Gh a beginning For her second volume of poems. Annie AlU-n. she won the 950 Pulitzer Pnze for poetn, Though residing tn Chicago. Miss Brooks has accepted invita- tions to read her poems throughout the countr -. She responded with special delight to an tnviUtion in 1962. It was signed by President John F. Kennedy. CHARLES W. DDELL CHESNl ' TT (1858-19321 Charles Waddell Chesnutt was amung the f Amt-rican novelists to U- concerned with the pn.bl facing black people in a predominantl white s xi Unr ecognizable as an Afm-American himself. Chs Chesnutt often chose for his themes the disap«i ments of thns. ' who attempted tn " cross " " the o.lor 1 . s a pionef r in ' " problem " ' novels, he secured a rani position among Amencan novelists. LORRAINE HANSBERRY I lam- iDbS I The first la i% u( Afr.,-Amernan ancretrN to ha%.- a pla on Br.jad»av was also the linst black woman to win Ihi- New York Drama tritics Circle Award Lorraine Hans- berr " s successful stage production. A Haism in thy Sun. was later made into a motion picture Sadlv. Miss Hans- bern.-s career was cut short b her untimely death at the age of thirty-four. MARGARET A. WALKER (I9I.V ( Frnm h r earliest years Margaret A Walker fnund satis- faction in writing p jetr - When only an adolescent, she met nationally-known I ngston Hughes. Accepting his advice, she submitted her verses to magazines and book publishers. With her first bo«jk of poems. For . ] Pcoplr, she won a 1942 Yale University award and immediate CARTER GOODWIN WOODSON (187.5-1950) Carter Goodwin Woodson devoted his life to the study of black culture Founder and editor of the Journal ol Negro History. Dr Woodson was also the author of numerous books, the most important of which is Thr Negro in Our Hu tory. For the vast reservoir of informa- tion that he compiled on the achievements of Afro- Amencans. Dr Carter Woodson was awarded the Spin- gam Medal in 1926 CARL T. ROWAN 1 192.V ) In 1964 President L ndon Johnson appointed jour- nalist Carl T Rowan Director of the I ' nited States In- formation Agency It is the duty of this agency to make American foreign policy clear to the peoples of the world. For newspaperman Rowan it was a high honor. Carl T. Rowan had already served as a lecturer for the State Department and Ambassador to Finland Dr. KENNETH B. CLARK ;tud of Ih.-ili.i segr.-Balion ruling Thelnui;.]. i .1 ' in for Child Development in H.irlem , " ghetto cycle " without equal opport grading of education for black . i JEFFERSON F. LONG Atn Beginnmnhis Ji-ffciv».n F Lone «a!. Ih, ' gre sman fnim the state of t ' .t as a tailor. -Jeffersijn L mg simn t)ecame interested in politics, Nnminateii b the Repuhliean F arty. Long won election to the 41st t ' onBress While in iiHice he urged protection from violence for black voters, Jefferson Long later served as a delegate to the Republican Convention of 1880. PINCKNEY B. S. PINCHBACK I l.slT-UUlt I ' lniln.A I ' m, hb.i.k bet.in life .is .i slave I ' .iven his Irre.l.mi. he moved 1.. (Iliio where he wnrked on a rivei l«.iit Later I ' ineknev enlisted in the I ' nion .Xriiiv Flui ing Heconslriiction I ' H .s; Pinchlrack was elected Liei tenant C.overnor of Ijiuisiana F ' or his loyal support dui ing [xililical campaigns. Pinckne Pinchlnick was m pointed to various offices by grateful Republican pres dents throughout the remainder of his years JOHN R. LYNCH (l,H47-Ut;J9. John R. Lynch, bom a slavt- in Uuisian . was the first Afro-Amfrican U presidf ttvtr a national convention of the Republican Party It was a fitting tribute to the man who had been elected three times to the ConKress of the Unitt States John Lynch had previoiisl ser ' e i in the Mississippi State L epislature, where he wa-s S|»eaker of the House OSCAR DePRIEST I i,s;i-i!i, ' .ii When Oscar DePnest was elected to the 71st Congress, he was the only . fro-American in the House of Rppresen- lal ives DePnest was also the hrsi of his race to b e elected lo C..ngri-ss in the twentieth century. Serving three terms in I ongress as a representKitive fnjm Illinois, Oscar llel ' nesi br.ame the spoke.snian for the nation ' s twelve million bla, k Air ROBERT WEAVER llHtlV- I On January 13. 9tiB. Robert Clifton Weaver was named Secretan ' of the newlv-created Department of Housing and 1 rban Development b President Lyndon Johnson, Thus Robert Weaver beianie the hPit Afne American ever to be appointed to a President ' s cabinet His job was to improve transportation, lo tight air and water pollution, and to eliminate slums - in es.sence. to make cities better places in which to live THURGOOD MARSHALL iV.tt S- ThurK.Ktd Marshall ' s appointment as an Associate Justice of the Supreme ( " ourt was confirmed by the I ' nited States Senate in SeptemU-r of 1967, He was the first uf his race to be so honored For the scholarly allornev it was a second major triumph. Previously, on May 17. IDM.Miirshairsp.T ' iuasive arguments before the Supreme Criurt won the deiision which declared " sepa- rate hut equal sthoolm " unconstitutional SHIRLEY CHISHOLM I 1M4- • Brooklyn Col- r highK progressive polit ng ability, and her gnt, CONSTANCE BAKER MOTLEY iltlL ' l- 1 Ap| .Hitmeiil lo ,1 Fedir.il iudgeshi|i in IfHih bv Presi- lent Johnson marked the high point of an illustrious areer for Constance Kaker Mot lev Previous honors in- lude.l election lolhe New York .State .Senate and to the ir,,si.leno of ihe Horoii-h o[ Manh.illan Earlier, Mrs Mo , n.■ liefo I Rights BARBARA JORDAN nthe 18lh District of Texas. A Close Encounter of Dance at NCCCJ The dance group consists of twelve females and five male dancers who will perform for the development of better technique and to inform the audience about what ' s happening in dance. Their purpose is to develop an appreciation for dance as an art form through individual participation and by providing situations that will allow for a need for excellent and a need for self- discipline. Ms. [Nancy Pickney is the advisor for the dance group. Eagle Funk Strikes Again THE 79-80 MARCHIMQ EAGLES m. ' ' Mim " A " « " •■ Marching Band Dennis Sloan — President s G A Ervin Baker — Vice President Business Manager — Antorio Davila .A ' k - - - " ■kfitiL i 1 ■ 4. 1 s ' L ■ » Social Affairs Student Government Association ntercollegiate Affairs Public Relations Awards Day — S.G.A. Banquet ' 79 r 9l Mi .iii»L_V50j . A l lUliJ ■Bobby Andrews and Patsy Watts ToRervices made to the Eagle Yearbo MOTOR 1 Ex-Umbra 1979-80 Officers — Barbara R. McPhail — Editorin Chief. Whitney Tinnin Co-Editor. Ellis Armstrong — Business Manager, Cynthia Harris Prose Editor Literary Works Critics: Standing — Brenda Page. Vanessa Farrar, Leila Filces, Cynthia Ward. Sitting — Sheila Bazemore. Elaine Vinston, Sandra Williams Typists: Standing — Leiia Fikes, Sandra Williams. Vicky Wiggins, Vanessa Farrar. Sitting — Patricia Hicks. Tammy Johnson. Velma West Standing — Ellis Armstrong, Gerald Price, Mark Williams. Sitting — Thaddeus Bennett. ExUmbra is NCCCI ' s literary magazine. It is a Latin term for " out of tfie sfiadows. " Through ExCJmbra, NCCCi students are brought out of the shadows, into the light where their creativity and creative expres- sions surfaces. The organization prints submitted poetry, prose, short stories, or whatever turns the stu- dent on!! So, let ElxClmbra bring you " out of the shadows " with your Creative Overtones. Row one — I to r; Hosea Pickett. John Palmer, Adrian Arnold, Mr. Charles H. Gilchrist (Director) Dwight Corbett, Lawrence Jackson. Terry Dates. Row two — I to r: Marilyn Fitts, Teressa Taylor, Carenda Mitchell, Phyllis Jones, Marion Davis, Tanya Simmons. Carol Evely. Constance Prince. Row three — I to r: Inonia Hodge, Rosetta Breeze, LaWanda Hudgins, Denise Gwyn, Charisse Young , Debra Home. Robyn Hicks, Deon Hargrove. Setrina Hunter. Row four — I to r: Allyn McClain. Ernest Lucas. Dudley Mason. Arnold Mercer. Philip Dunston. Mack Watkins, Albert Mixon. XI L L L I LL I 1 Concert and Touring Choir Association 1979-80 Row one — I to r. Mr. Charles H. Gilchrist (Director). Marilyn Fitts. Shwester Brewer. Teressa Taylor, Phyllis Jones, Loretta Parker, Beverly Pickett. Tonya Simmons, Melaine Outterbridge. Davetta Henderson, Carenda Mitchell. Sharon Sessoms. DeQuilla Phillips. Carol Evely, Lawrence Jackson. Row two — I to r: Virginia Hargrove. Denise Gwyn. Cynthia Jordan. Kim Davis. Renee Pindle. Debra Home. Robvn Hicks. Marchelle Howard. Sherese Brewington. Setrina Hunter. Row three — I to r: Mack Watkins. Albert Nixon. Terry Oates, Ernest Lucas. Rickey EJennett. Bobby McAdams. Freddie Burwell. Charisse Young Ailes Siler. Philip Dunston. Dwight Corbett. Gene Stitt, Dorian Coward Officers — I to r sitting: Alan Gore — President. Teressa Taylor — VicePres.. Mack Watkins — Vice-Pres., Standing: Setrina Hunter — Secretary. Dean Hargrove — Treasurer. Paula Stewart — Ms. Choir. Carenda Mitchell — Librarian. Rosetta Breeze — Asst. Librarian. Carol Evely — Dean of Women. Ricl y Bennett — Dean of Men. Denise Gwyn — Asst. Treasurer. ■ ' aJ LARRY REVELLE EDITOR-IN-CHIEF CAMPUS ECHO THE CAMPUS ECHO The purpose of THE CAMPUS ECHO is to build pride which is the core of school spirit; to interpret and farily report newsworthy events in the life of MCCCJ: and to provide mediunn of ex- pression for students in writing for a news publication. Larry D. Revelle, a senior English major with a concentration in Journalism, took his job as Editor seriously. That ' s just one more reason why l979- ' 80 will always be remembered at NCCU as YEAR OF THE CAMPUS ECHO. The staff stood firmly by its motto: " If you didn ' t l now about it, it ' s probably because you didn ' t read THE CAMPUS ECHO. " «.,_ rn lA - - - Campus Echo Staff 1978-80 Ruthell Howard — Associate Editor Patrina Tollison — Miss Campus Echo CAMPGS ECHO STAFF Jimmy K. Green III — NEWS EDITOR Samuel Cooper — Advertising Manager Ronnie Johnson — Business Manager Editor-in-Chief Patsy Watts THE EAGLE ■ Co-Editor Marilyn Hopkins Business Manager Larry Simpson Co-Editor Orlando Meal YEARBOOK iHMr J Photographer Phyllis Steadman Photographer Ronald Copeland HHHH a A.E.S.G. Program Board ALFONZA ELDER STGDENT (JINION Mr Thurman Prescott, Jr Mr, Norwood Pearson Mr. Marvin A. Lea i fk .s M n m n Lties ROOg NB 1 1 - 1 Al m I H 1 Sj 1 — i ' F ; %i ( J l j H Muriel Jordan, Lou S. Barnes, Ellen Hector 77 •■JU S( Student Bookstore K V -1 » -:li Doris Fitzgerald Mrs. Doris Fitzgerald. Dr. Rodger Bryant Shelia Elliott mm H F mJfW ' tL ' ' . tP ' 1 i ■pP ' 4 t t " " d mM Hiff ilfll Mem be s of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Alpha Lambda Che pter Jannelle Diggs Sabrina Patterson Phyllis Greene Cynthia Cassldy Gloria Corniffe Charlene Pennington Toni Brown Sylvia Gaither Pam Clark Dori Bennett Avis Breeze JoAnn Cartwright Angela Winston Alice Drake Deborah Blackmon Michelle Stokes rSatalie Smith Raefette Byers Rosalind Fields Debbie Battle Janice Earle Debbie Leathers Sandra Stewart Debra Walker Patsy Watts Camela Green Elaine Fields Shari Craft Rachel Downey Marguerite Aldridge Dekota Grier Edwenda Hughes Debra Clark Advisors — Ms. Nancv Pinckney Ms. Petronia Jenkins I Delta Sigma TTieta Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc. was founded at Howard Univ. in 1913. Delta has a membership of over 95.000 women in over 500 chapters located throughout the U.S. and the Republics of Haiti and Liberia and Ger- many. The Deltas believe in " serious and strong com- munity endeavor and have demonstrated vital concern for thie social welfare, academic excellence, and cultural enrichment of its members. The Delta ' s colors are Red and White. Alpha Phi Alpha m .. 4S g gg» i 1 f ' ti H K 1 1 .. L_ 1 I 1 _- Alpha Phi Alpha was originally a Social Study Club at Cornell University. Ithaca, Mew York, in the academic year 1905-1906. Through their founder ' s patience, sacrafice, cooperation, unabating interest and loyalty to ideals came the consolidation of a permanent organization on December 4, 1906. Alphas ' motto is " We Salute the Past and Face the Future. " I ALPHA PHI ALPHA fe- - : Va ,. Alpha Hhi Omega ■■ t, n .w.. fraternity! TA CHAPTER ■ ALPHA PHI OMEGA Alpha Phi Omega National Service Fraternity The purpose of our Fraternity is to assemble young college men, who hold certain beliefs in common and who share a common heritage. These young men are united and taught the principles of Leadership. Friendship and service and the spirit of brotherhood. The Fraternity was founded December 16, 1925. at Lafaette College in Eastern Pennsylvania. Their colors are old gold and royal blue. Their motto is. " To be a leader. To be a Friend and To be of Service. " TFA Tau Gamma Delta Sorority Inc. has a national theme which is leadership. Involvement, Unity. Tau Gamma Delta Sorority was founded in 1 942, the purpose of the organiza- tion is to promote higher ideals and establish reputable standards for growth and harmony of true sisterhood of business and professional women of the world, and to aid in the education of worthy students desiring business or professional training, and to further community and civic activities. mmmsm 0= 5=3 ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. is a sisterhood of college women both graduate and undergraduate that " seek to cultivate and encourage high scholastic and ethical stan- dards, to promote unity and friendship among college women, to study and help alleviate problems concerning girls and women, to maintain a progressive interest in college life, and to be a service to all mankind. " AKA was founded on the campus of Howard University in 1908 in Washington, D.C. r Gamma Sigma Sigma was founded in 1953 by girls from Boston University. Brooklyn College, Drexel Institute of Technology, the University of Houston and Miami University. Gamma Sigma Sigma is based on the high ideals of service, friendship and equality. The purpose of the sorority is to assemble college and university women in the spirit of service to humanity. ■- ■ • ' : ' ' . I HH HHH HT K 1, uS bS B H iifS W W Ol — - ' l- " f:; W " s ■ Swing Phi Swing Social Fellowship Inc. was founded April 4. 1969 at Winston Salem State University. The Organizations colors are white and black. Swing Phi Swing is a black oriented organiza- tion that promotes finer black womanhood, academic excellence and active school participa- tion. The organization is strongly devoted to the future growth and development of the black com- munity. GROOVE PHI GROOVE PHI BETA SIGMA KAPPA ALPHA PSI ' ' - iA-s 2- - .-. ' - » •»- w- «t 4«S tOkti ' !%4« ttR ' PHI BETA LAMBDA Business Fraternity The Phi Beta Lambda Business Fraternity is a national organization devoted to developing aggressive leadership among students in business. I HAVE A DREAM ' I say to you today, my friends, that in spite of the difficulties and frustrations of the moment I still have a dream. It is a dream deeply footed in the American dream. I have a dream that one day this nation will rise up and live out the true meaning of its creed; " We hold these truths to be self- evident, that all men are created equal. " I have a dream that one day on the red hills of Georgia the sons of former slaves and the sons of former slaveholders will be able to sit down together at the table of brotherhood. I have a dream that one day even the state of Mississippi, a desert state sweltering with the heat of injust and op- pression, will be transformed into an oasis of freedom and justice. 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 every valley shall be exalted, every hill and mountain shall be made low. the rough places will be made plains, and the crooked places will be made straight, and the glory of the Lord shall be revealed, and all flesh shall see it together. This is our hope. This is the faith with which I return to the South. With the faith we will be able to hew out of the mountain of despair a stone of hope. With this faith we will be able to transform the jangling discords of our nation into a beautiful symphony of brotherhood. With this faith we will be able to work together, to pray together, to struggle together, to go to jail together, to stand up for freedom together, knowing that we will be free one day. This will be the day when all of God ' s children will be able to sing with new meaning. My country, ' tis of thee. Sweet land of liberty Of thee I sing Land where my fathers died. Land of the pilgrims ' pride. From every mountainside Let freedom ring. And if America is to be a great nation, this must become true. So let freedom ring from the prodigious hilltops of Mew Hampshire. Let freedom ring from the mighty mountains of Mew York. Let freedom ring from the heightening Alleghenies of Pennsylvania! Let freedom ring from the snowcapped Rockies of Colorado! Let freedom ring from the curvacious peaks of California. But not only that; let freedom ring from Stone Mountain of Georgia! Let freedom ring for Lookout Mountain of Tennessee! Let freedom ring from every hill and molehill of Mississippi. From every mountainside, let freedom ring. 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 which says, there all go God ' s children, black men and white men. Jews and Gen- tiles, Protestants and Catholics, will be able to join hands and sing in the words of the old Megro spiritual. " Free at last! free at last! thank God of almighty, we are free at last! " ■ I Tau Beta Sigma I 1946 Kappa f Kappa Psi 1919 Kappa Kappa Psi Honorary Band Fraternity is an organization dedicated to the purpose of " Building Better Bands. ' Kappa Kappa Psi was founded on November 27, 1919. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. 1929-1968 i 1 NCCG HONORS Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Save our Black Schools Raleigh 1979 1 . ■■ ' M ' ,:•: 4o Ooii . b ' 1 ■• i " MCCU r ,.. ' - ' j.i.i. .:«j£ - t.V.: i 0x1113 loujer 35 FRESHMEN GIVEN RED IWkG0ME° 3l .;j«saT. ' Uit -i CARPET TREATMENT Some 300 freshmen were on campus this summer attending North Carolina Central Uni- versity ' s first annual Freshman Orientation Program. The three day session gave freshmen a chance to pre-register, pay bills, tour campus, and learn about their intended majors and finan- cial aid. Central put on its best show for the new students and treated them royally. Most freshmen agree that the program was advan- tageous and tremendously helpful. STGDY STUDY STUDY ITS Ahh .... I ' m finished for the day. Chalk that exam up to experience. Thanks for this peace and quiet in the library. hope this exam comes directly from the book. EXAM TIME AGAIN!!! rnCCCI ' s students are enrolled in five schools: the Undergraduate and Graduate Schools of Arts and Sciences, the School of Business, the School of Law, and the School of Library Science. Several programs offered at North Carolina Central University train students for " new careers, " careers which did not exist a few years ago or for which the only training available was " on-the-job. " if THE DEPARTMENT OF DRA- MATIC ART at North Carolina Cen- tral University believes that the theatre arts are a vital and profoundly human experience which can and should con- tribute significantl y to the un- derstanding of the total person. AN EXCITING GUEST ARTISTS PROGRAM that has included such artists as: Ruby Dee Juanita Bethea Robert Earl Jones Thalmus Rasulala North Carolina University Department of Dramatic Art 1979-80 SEASON for Colored Girls who have considered Suicide when the Rainbow Is Enuf by Ntozake Shange October 17-21 Everyman a medieval morality play December 5-9 Black College Theatre Festival The River Niger by Joseph A Walker April 24-28 rSCCCJ ' S 1 Past Time " how where can I park my car today " „ 1 ' 1 nli -ff- i ' liflS M If " : The Band Practices Eagle Funk " Can you stop those EAGLES " Hell Mo " WORK YOUR BODY Everyone needs a " Vote " of approval Another intriguing day in class Wasted Days and Wasted Nights NCCG JAZZ BAND r«ii- ' i ■ ' ' I .♦ W - ' U It never rains too hard to watch a step show. m f N- is! ' ji ■ 1 - ' ;. . •j ' tf " ; ' ;:? ' ' - ' ' -. ' ; J I hope this is the book I need. I ' m down to the last shelf. Hurry you guys. Only a few more minutes. Did you " score " last night? B Big brothers are watching , . . Step by step, man! The serious side can be fun. Miss Homecoming Phyllis Greene HOMECOMING 1979 Parade • 4 : Pockets Miss: TonetJi wixon L Her Majesty ' s Inauguration Miss Cynthia Cassidy 1st Attendant Miss MCCU. Miss Jeanette Whit 2nd Attendant Miss NCCa. Miss Tonette Dixon Miss NCCa ' s Walk. i I Chancellor Whiting and Tonette Dixon. Miss Tonette Dixon 1979 Miss NCCU. Soloist Miss Cynthia Best. Tonette Valerie Dixon, a native of Salisbury, rHorth Carolina entered North Carolina Central University in the fall of 1976. She is an English Major, with an interest in journalisnn and aspirations to pursue a modeling career. Tonette reigned as Miss Sophomore for the academic school year 1 977-78. She also served as Basileus of the Alpha Chi Chapter of the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority. She is an ac- tive member of the English Club. During Miss Dixons four years at North Carolina Central University, she has proven herself as a true and dedicated member of the Eagle family. ? ' .! - " . -pr Miss NCCUs Reception, Captain of the football team crowns Miss Homecoming m L ' 9 n A float made for a Queen On October 6, 1979 Ms. Phyllis Greene was officially presented thie title of Ms. Homecoming for the season. Phyllis is a native of Trenton, North Carolina. She is a Biology major with an interest in becoming a morti- cian. Phyllis is a member of many school activities as well as Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc. It was a most memorable occasion for those who attended as well as for those ladies who were honored along with Ms. Homecoming. Phyllis smiles as she watcfies the game. Ms. Brenda Baldwin Miss Freshman Ms. LaWanda Hudgins Miss Sophomore Ms. Cathy Price Miss Junior Ms. Sylvia Ann Allen Miss Chidley Hall Ms. Tina Torian Miss Eagleson Hall Ms. Beverly Johnson Miss Latham Hall Ms, Shirmaine D. Faison Ms. McLean Dormitory Ms. Paulette Ledbetter Ms. Rush Hall Ms. Sherry Rene Saddler Ms. Annie Day Shepard Ms. Marvia Massey Ms. Alpha Kappa Alpha Ms. Andicha H. Swanson Ms. Alpha Phi Alpha Ms. Aretha Jones Ms. Alpha Phi Omega Ms. Shari Craft Ms. Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Ms. DeQuilla Phillips Ms. Gamma Sigma Sigma Ms. Donna Marie Lee Miss Phi Beta Sigma Ms. Christine Daniels Miss Sigma Gamma Rho Ms. Olivia Catling Miss Tau Beta Sigma Ms. Angela Moore Miss Zeta Phi Beta Ms. Edwenda Hughes Miss Alpha Kappa Mu Ms, Avis Artis 23g Miss Beta Kappa Chi Ms, Stephanie Boyd Miss Chi Eta Phi Ms. Anita Davis Miss Phi Alpha Theta Ms. Avis A. Arches Ms, Pi Gamma Mu Ms X ' alerie M. VVinfield Ms Bervl T Quick Ms. Swing Phi Swing Social Fellowship, Inc. Ms, Tau Gamma Delta Sorority Inc. Ms. Juella McQueen Ms. Program Board Ms. Cathy Elaine Pickett Ms. iMCCU Band Ms. Toni A. Brown Ms. Homecoming Attendant 239 Ms. Patrina Tollison Miss Campus Echo Ms. Paula Stewart Miss N.C.C.U. Choirs ± Ms. Phyllis Jefferson Miss C.I.O. Ms. Annette Wilson Miss Criminal Justice Ms, Marilyn Hopkins Miss Eagle Yearbook Ms. Claudia Hill Miss Ex Umbra Ms. Francene Moore Miss Dance Group Ms. Erma Blount Miss French Club Mb, Catherine Peebles Ms. Future Business Educators Association Ms. Gale P. Shepard Ms. Geography Ms. Sherry Brown Ms. German Club Ms. Elinda Moore Ms. Baptist Student Union Ms. Ester E. Johnson Ms. C. A. Jones History Club Ms. Dedra Golden Ms. Kappa Kappa Psi Ms. Stephanie A. Davis Ms. NAACP Ms. Ronnie Johnson Ms. NCSL Ms. Cynthia Ward Miss Political Science Club Ms. Jannie C. Williams Miss National Student Business League Ms. Wanda J. Bass Miss Off-Campus Organization Ms. Annie Sampson Miss W.G. Pearson Cafeteria Ms. Geraldine Thorn Miss Peer Counselor Ms. Gloria Johnson Miss Pentecostal Fellowship Ms. Robin S. Brown Miss Pep Club Ms. Denise McMillan Miss Phi Beta Lambda Ms. Gretchen Bryant Mi?;? Pre-Professional Health Society Ms. Marion Snelling Miss Public Administration Club Ms. Ida Seward Miss Recreation Club Ms. Paulette T. Winston Miss Student Resident Assistant Ms. Rowena Newton Miss Student Steering Committee Ms. Natalie Stallings Miss Sociology Club Ms. Doris Bullock Miss Student Nurses Association Ms. Lorettd McNeil Miss CT Willis Unidentified ji r Ms. Cynthia Tetterton Miss Mistress of Ceremony Unidentified Ms. Vanessa Farre 244 Miss Health Club Ms. Kim Slade Miss English Journalism Escort: Kenny Foxx Unidentified Ms. Sandra Holloman Miss Psychology Miss Homecoming is? : ? ' " ' ' ' ' ■ ' " ' M i?S6aHBS«- ' IMflB Kt FASHION EXTRAVAGANZA ' 79 This years ' Homecoming Fashion Show revealed beauty, as well as style. The fashions show modeled summer to fall wear and in the latest styles. Eagles, if you got it. sport it. This satin doll sports tier evening wear. jm. 5r ' ' ' ' ' ! K ' r HOMECOMING 1979 1 979 Mock Funeral Bon Fire Lumpty Dumpty awaits the funeral isn t she F irdie? Dying Laughter. W ? f ! JIt ■■■ 1 .T -W The rough ones are the first to go. Burn Baby Burn! Gasing it up — Dean Bryant Eagles gathered around the fire site. ■j IM I V- I H j H n Ih ■■ 1 1 H I i 1 ■ Hr KT H W t ' IH HBH 4 M p 11 « H m 1 1 y PARADE GO EAGLES A GAME TO REMEMBER HOMECOMING 1979 GQ . . . I DO LOVE YOG The Student Government Association presented Pockets and G.Q. for a memorable homecoming. Pockets with So Delicious, and G.Q. with I Do You Love You set the stage on fire. The crowd reaction was unbelievable for this double-dose of music. POCKET ' S ... SO DELICIOGS There has never been no other show like this before. G.Q. and Pocl ets will always be rememberd for the 1979 Homecoming Show. THE END OF A MEMORABLE HOMECOMING ■ ■ u? 1 In Miss Homecoming Tau Gamma Delta Cynthia Cassidy 1 1 £ Alpha Phi Alpha Raefette Byers B n }f ' -K? m NCCU Roster NO NAME POS HGT WGT C 11 Charles Yuille QB 6-1 178 3 12 Kenneth Pugh QB 6-1 174 4 14 Darryl Lindsey QB 6-1 172 1 20 Isaac Hamilton DB 5-8 168 3 22 Jerry Davis DB 5-9 150 3 24 Allen Pierce DB 6-0 180 1 26 Ronald Tate TE 6-1 201 4 27 Andrew Riddick DB 6-0 170 1 28 Myron Dupree DB 6-1 179 1 29 Rodney Birth RB 6-1 185 1 30 Andre Cooper RB 5-9 174 3 33 Angelo Aldridge LB 5-9 207 4 34 William Ownes LB 5-11 190 3 36 Anthony Judd RB 5-9 205 3 37 Carl Hill RB 5-8 153 1 38 David Riley DB 5-9 173 3 39 Ken Blackwell RB 5-7 185 1 40 Roscoe Burnette RB 5-7 178 1 41 Bernard Watson WR 5-10 170 1 42 Michael Spease DB 5-8 160 2 43 Vernon Wilder DE 6-0 205 4 44 Johnny Thornton RB 6-1 190 2 45 Boisey Annwood DB 6-1 180 1 46 Benjamin Tate RB 6-2 215 1 47 Julius Henry RB 5-10 165 1 49 Gary Harris LB 6-2 226 4 50 Bryan Craig LB 6-0 212 1 51 Samuel Battle DE 5-11 204 3 52 Anthony Griffin C 6-4 220 4 53 Christopher Smith LB 6-0 190 4 54 James Noble C 6-2 228 3 55 Louis Mclver LB 6-2 220 2 60 Antonio Southern C 6-1 214 4 61 Chris McKinstry LB 6-1 220 2 64 Keith Hall G 6-1 240 1 65 Sammie Stroud T 6-0 225 1 66 Robert Jacobs G 6-2 216 4 68 Gary Smith G 5-11 233 4 70 Kenneth Collins T 6-6 267 3 71 Vincent Pearsall DT 6-4 275 4 72 Aaron Sinclair LB 6-0 185 4 73 Fred Pruitt T 6-7 220 4 74 Johnny Robinson DT 6-2 225 2 75 Terry Brown DT 6-2 250 3 76 Curtis Little G 6-0 230 1 77 Kenneth Ramsey DT 6-3 239 4 79 Kenneth Sheppard T 6-1 270 1 80 Carl Sanders WR 5-5 149 3 81 Greg Peak WR 6-3 185 4 82 Wallace Barnes WR 6-2 185 3 83 Victor Hunter WR 5-9 185 1 84 Audrain Melton DB 6-2 170 1 85 Michael Holt DE 6-4 195 1 86 Greg Wylly LB 6-3 209 4 87 Nathan Johnson 88 Wendell Matthews DE 6-1 218 1 89 Sherman Patrick WR 5-5 158 1 91 Phillip Rice TE 6-3 235 1 92 Alvin McNeil DE 6-3 215 1 NC HOMETOWN Clarksville, VA Fayetteville, NC Washington, DC Woodbine, GA Melbourne, FLA Fayetteville, NC Berlin, MD Plainfield, NJ Rocky Mount, NC Rocky Mount, NC Wilson, NC Dudley, NC Winston-Salem, Durham, NC Durham, NC Orangeburg, SC Burlington, NC Pittsboro, NC Raleigh, NC Syracuse, NY Miami, FLA Locust Grove, GA Baltimore, MD Berlin, MD Rockingham, NC Washington, DC Washington, DC Battleboro, NC Hempstead, NY Wilmington, NC Newport News, VA Jacksonville, NC Atlanta, GA Pensacola, FLA Greenville, NC Laurens, SC Baltimore, MD Whitakers, NC Atlanta, GA Mount Olive, NC Fayetteville, NC Bealleville, MD Leland, NC Jonesville, NC Greenville, NC Fayetteville, NC Hamlet, NC Wilson, NC Miami, FLA Knightdale, Laurens, SC Greensboro, Salisbury, NC Fayetteville, NC NC NC Winston-Salem, NC Elon College, NC Syracuse, NY Raleigh, NC 1979 " EAGLES ' -c Burnette jukes his way for a long gain. _ .. -SS:: Leading receiver Sanders, scores again. Coach Lattimore tali s with Don Shea of T. V. 11 about the Eagle Football Program. The new head coach on the sidelines for the Eagles, who completed his first year was Henry Lattimore retum- ing to Central after a brief stay at Morgan State University in Baltimore, Maryland. Lattimore who is well known in the Durham area was a welcomed addition to the coaching staff. The fans and student body of N. C. C. U. hope Lattimore is here to stay. SCOREBOARD EAGLES 12 Virginia Union 14 6 Winston-Salem 21 Elon College 5 6 Morgan State 20 7 Massachusetts 49 31 Delaware State 26 6 S. C. State 26 7 Maryland Eastern Shore 7 14 Johnson C. Smith 10 20 Howard 30 20 N.C.A T State 23 D-E-F-E-N-S-E Hey fellows! Where are the parties tonight? William Owens and Chris McKinstry stop an unidentified Howard ball carrier as Ken Bansey looks on. r 17 Eagles had their ups . . . and downs! Assistant Coach Jackson leads support to Andrew Rid dicl . Sam Battle prepares to clamp the Elon quarterback. a CHEERLEADERS I THE EAGLE SQGAD " MENS BASKETBALL SCHEDULE - 1979-80 OPPONENT SFTE Saunder. with the jumper. NOV 30 En UNC-Wilmington Wilmmgton, N C. DEC 1 Sal St, Augustine ' s Durham. N C, 3 Mon Elizabeth Cit ' Durham. N C 5 Wed Shaw 8 Sat Elizabeth Cm Elizabeth City, N.C 1? Wed Johnson C Smith Charlotte, NC 14-15 Fn-Sat Bull-Citv Invit (Eliz, Cit -St Aug ) (NCCU-Eay State) Durham, N C 17 Mon Virginia Union Durham. N C 20-21 Th-Fn Holiday Festival Winston-Salem. N C )AN 7 Mon SL Paul ' s Lawrenceville. Va 15 Tue Johnson C Smith Durham, N C 19 Sat Shaw Durham, N C 21 Mon S C. State Orangeburg, S C 26 Sat Coppin State Durham. N C 27 Sun St- Augustine ' s Raleigh, N C. 28 Mon Virginia Union Richmond Va 30 Wed St. Paul ' s Durham, N ' C FEB 1 Fri Marv ' land-Eastem Shore Durham. N C 2 Sat Favetteville State Favetteville, N C 4 Wed Winston-Salem State Durham, N.C 8 Fri Morgan State Durham, N C. 13 Wed N.C. A T State 15 Fri Maryland-Eastern Shore Pnncess Anne, Md 16 Sat Morgan State Baltimore. Md 18 Mon Favetteville State Durham, N C 21-23 Th-Sa ClAA Tournament Norfolk, Va MAR 1-2 Er-Sun MEACToumament Winston-Salem, N C and the house came tumbling down. Get up a little higher. Rick! I Rice. rio. 34 Fires Away. Does pressure intimidate us? Don ' t just hold the ball Saunders, do something! WOMEN ' S BASKETBALL THE LADY EAGLES 1979-80 DATE NOV NCCU WOMEN ' S BASKETBALL SCHEDULE OPPONENT SIT! fchzabt ' th City Awa Western Carolina Awa ' Mars Hill Awa ' Pembroke Horn Ca ' u ;ustine ipt eli • T State Tiiu I h abeth Citv Bennett Collee South Carolina Bennett Collet South Carolina Pembroke Atlanta Christ St Au);ustine A T State (.ampbeii H,.uarJ Sh.iu AtiantK Chnstu h (X) p I 3:3(1 p I M) p r 3(1 p I SKlp SKlp, Kl p I B Val drives in for a layup. Somebody get it. Who will get the ball? Wanda, No. 23 with a jump shot. IT Talking it over, during a time-out. • b Fl4 J E3m What form for a ladys ump sfiot. 273 i BOWLING TEAM 1 979-80 BOWLING TEAM SCHEDULE -1979-80 DATE TIME October 20 TOOp.m October 27 100pm November 10 1:(X) p ni No ' ember 1 1 1 00 p m Decembers ItWpm Kinuary 19 llXIpm lanuarv 2b OPPONENT St, Augustine Colli N C State N Carohna A T St Augustme Colli N Carohna A T UNC-Chapel Hill N C State UNC-Chapel H[|l SITE 0(1 pm Hebruar y 1 «) pm Februan, ' 14-lfi ACU-1 Kegional Ti February 29 Southern Intercollegiate B( Conference Roll-Otts Raleigh. N C, Raleigh, N C Durham, N.C. Durham, N C Greensboro, N C Chapi ' l Hill, N C, Durham, N C Durham, N C nt Charlotte, N C sling Montgomery ' , Ala March 1-2 Southern intercollegiate Bow Conference Tournaments .March 28-29 Sectional Tournament ling (S.ti Montgomer . Al,i to bv deleniiined) IT EAGLES a ■ WRESTLING NO SMOKING THE EAGLE MATMEN 1979-80 ■mtmt ' ' gUPrn g IJ H e W BtWKtttec mtiMbt ' CHAMPION MATMEN DAVID RILEY KENNETH RAMSEY 1st Row (left to right): JoAnn Harris. Debra Scott, Sandra McLendon, Gloria Crockett. Diane Crudup, Sunshine Tynes, Metrial Floyd, Aurora Benn, Van Rockwell 2nd Row (left to right): Debbie Ingram, Cherry Townsend, Janice Earle, Andrea Ledbetter, Susan Dellinger, Pat Downey, Darlene Hammond, Maria Doctor, Barbara Hayes, Janice Stnckland. Not Pictured: Denise Graham, Theresa Williams, Sharon Baucum, Denvia Johnson, Managers — Clifton Powell, Sandra Williams, Lee McBryde. •as.-a ,. i-itt fPrMSiai : ,S!f» . HISTORY OF N. C. C. U. WOMEM SOFTBALL Softball for women at M. C. C. U., started in 1977, wfnen the need to increase women intercollegiate sports aroused. In 1977 tfie first fiead coach was Mrs, Shiuler, assisted by Charles Edwards, and Willie Gay, In 1 978 the head coach for the lady eagles Softball team was Ms, McCormick, assistant coaches Willie Gay and Brenda McKoy, In 1979 the H . C. C, U. women softball team head coach was Willie Gay with no assistants. Also, un- der the direction of Willie Gay, the team won the first in- tercollegiate trophy for any women ' s sport at M. C. C. U., finishing second in A T State University invitational tour- naments. Mow look the game will be played like this T J VI Spuggy says one down and one more to go Boy, I ' ve just got to hit this ■ . Coach Gay gives Janice a little Janice swinging for all she ' s worth , advice .... Mo matter how low it is, I ' ll get it Spuggy chalks up another one WOMEN ' S VOLLEYBALL TEAM NCCU VOLLEYBALL SCHEDULE 1979-80 DATE OPPONENT SITE TIME SEP 14 Duke Awav 6:00 p.m. 18 Winston-Salem Awav 7:00 pm 20 UNC-Wilmmgton Greensboro College Home 6 30 p m. 25 Guilford Shaw Home 6:30 pm 27 UNC-Greensboro Home 6:00 pm. 28 Bennett Awav 6:00 p m. OCT 2 Lenoir Rhyne Louisburg Home 6:30 pm 4 Western Carolina Mars Hill Away 6:aip m 5 UNC-Ashville Awav TBA 9 A T State Awav 6:30 p m 9 St Augustine 10 East Carolina Awav 7:00 p. m 11 Elizabeth City Away 6:00 p.m 16 Pembroke Awav TBA 18 Winston-Saiem Home 6:30 p.m 19-20 ECU Invitational Greenv lUe, N.C. 21 Atlantic Christ Elon Home 6:00 p m 25 A T State Home 6:0) p m 26 St Aug Awav 6:30 p m 30 UNC-Charlotte Gardner Webb Awav 6:30 pm NOV 1 Bennett Home 6:00 pm 8,9,10 Division II St Tciu Greensboro, N,C, Eagle wall protects leading rusher, Roscoe Burnette. ' ' m mm tmii Snake squirms up the middle. " Don ' t fool around, pick it up, we haven ' t got all day. " Hi DLACK HISTORY MONTH At North Carolina Central University Keynote Speaker U.S. Attorney MICKEY MICHAUX Also THE NCCU TOURIN6 CHOIR At D.N. DUKE AUDITORIUM Sun., February 3, 3:00 p.m. ADRIENNEV.SEALY Garden of Success Young people, don ' t be left behind Strive for success, and success is what you will find: Remember that eagle that soars through the sky. Lift your eyes to the stars. and set your goals high. There is no limit as to how far you can go. If you always think positive, then Your Garden of Success will grow! Adrienne Sealy Master Charge Medicaid VISA McLaughlin Medical Arts Pharmacy William H. McLaughlin, Jr. 683-1089 Mon.-Sat. 9 AM — 9 PM Sunday 1 PM — 9 PM 2520 Fayetteville St. Durliam, N. C. 27707 Five Points Save On Your Books THE BOOK EXCHANGE We have a large stock of new and used textbooks for all of your courses at a great savings. See Us Before You Buy 682-4662 The Members of the Lambda Kappa Chapter Of OMEGA PSI PHI FRATERNITY INC. Say Congratulations to the Class of 1980 w Congratulations Class Of 1980 Commencement Does Mean The Beginning . And one thing that begins as you graduate from North Carolina Central University is your Identification as an alumnus. You are North Carolina Central University ' s best proof that our alma mater continues to make a vital contribution to society, to the state, to the nation, and to the world. You are Invited, as a graduate of this institution, to share the university ' s continued growth through membership in the North Carolina Central University Alumni Association. Through this organization, the men and women who are graduates of NCCU maintain close ties to the university and to each other. They help to recruit new students, provide scholarship assistance to many others, and offer valuable counsel to the university ' s leaders. 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Timmy Ray Rt 1 Bo-. 55-B Clinton, MC 28328 19191 5644235 cccccccccc Caldwell, Thomas Michael 837 West 7th St Winston Salem, M C 27101 (919) 7239715 Campbell. Cheryl Senora 3209 Fowler Ct Charlotte, MC 28216 (704) 399 1653 Camps, Rosalind Montressa 502 Geriod St East Spencer, M C 28309 (704)636 3355 Cannady. Anthony Munsel 626 Massey Ave Durham, MC 27707 (919) 688-6436 Cartwright. JoAnn Rt 1, Box 60 Camden, MC 27921 Cash, Bruce Edward Cash. Shelby Jean P O Box 1 292 Roxboro, MC 27573 (919) 599 3271 Cassidy, Cynthia Denis Cassius, Kenneth I 1 08 Saxony Dr Durham. MC 27707 Casteriow. Bernard (919) 539 2852 Chasten. Brenda Lee Rt 1 Box 22 Rose Hill, MC 28458 (919)2893306 Chow. Carol Fellows 1111 Georgia St Durham. MC 27705 (919) 2864040 Clark. Cynora Diana 221 E Sprague Si WmslonSalem, MC 27105 (919) 727-1532 Clark, Debora Dianne 70 Eastview Ave Asheville. fS C 28603 (704) 274-2908 Coats. Debra Ann 4331 3rd St MW Washington, DC 2001 1 (202) 882-7463 Cobb, Gwenevere Miranda 1804 Charles St Raleigh, M C (919)8287994 Coffield, Sharon Edwards 413 M Guthrie Ave Durham, MC (919) 682-0594 Cole. Claude Allan 704 Eleventh St Goldsboro. MC 27530 (919) 7354157 Cole. Pauline Marie Rt 2, Box 196 Four Oaks. M C (919)867-0379 Coleman. Ronald 512 Phillips St Fairmont. M C 28340 (919)6289372 Coley, Vanessa 171 5 Maple St Goldsboro. M C 27530 (919) 735-0638 Collette, Althea Renee 31 1 Jasper St Fayettevilie MC 28301 Comer, Wanda LaVeme Rt 4, Box 1 55 Oxford, M C 27565 (919) 693 7377 Connally, Anita Johnson Rl 4, Box 131 Roxboro, MC 27573 (919) 5997649 Connally. Willie Percy Rt 4, Box 131 Roxboro. MC 27573 (919) 599 7649 Conwell. Vivian Anita P O Box 5 1 3 Rich Square, M C (919) 5392910 Cook. Thaddeus 6170TimberlandDr Fayettevilie, M C 26304 (919) 8675255 Cooper, Samuel Ellison PO Box 943 Whiteville. N C (919)642 2887 Copeland, Clara Lindale Rt 2. Box 69 Littleton, MC 27850 (919) 586 3066 Corbett, Andrea Joyce 44 RiverdaleAve White Plains, MY 10607 (914)946 9649 ComiFfe. Gloria Vonzel 1 33 Henry St Wilmmglon, M C 28405 (919) 763-0901 Gotten, Danitova PO Box 53 EnReld, NC 27823 (919)445 5280 Cotton, Michael Jerome (919)274 2386 Craft. Shari Lynn 1 222 Essex Place Fayettevilie, MC 28301 (9191 4888779 Credle, Deborah Rt 1, Box 268 A Mew Bern, MC 28560 (919) 7454150 Crefl. Anita L. 908 Barbee Ave High Point, N C 27260 (919) 882-6323 Crews. Shirley Green 531 N Blount St Apt.315 Raleigh. MC 1919) 781 5990 Crockett, Gloria Denice Rfd 3, Box 280 Waxhaw, MC 28173 (704)843-2995 Crowder. Dolores Burnett 230 South St Roxboro, MC 27573 (919) 5995210 Curry, Mathan B. 1 l25BenningSl Durham. MC 27703 (919)688-6539 DDDDDDDDDD Daniels. Ray McCoy Rt 3, Box 154 A Enfield, M C 27623 Darden, Peggy A. Rt 3. Box 34 A Clinton, MC 28328 (919)682-2680 Daugherty. Angela Riel 1 575Nostrand Ave Brooklyn. M Y 1212) 2845713 Davidson. Vinesee Marie Rt 3, Box 840 (704) 875-1 194 Davis. Anita R. Rt 6, Box 543 Sanford. M C 27330 (919) 4994720 Davis. Claude Harrison III 2726 Fondly Rd Winston Salem. MC 27105 (919) 724-5716 Davis , Elvis Owens Rt I. Box 100 Wartenton, MC 27589 (919) 456-2770 Davis, Glenn Rl 3, Box 267 A Warrenlon, MC 27589 (9191 2574460 Davis. Gwendolyn Vaiti 1411 Rollingwood Dr Charlotte, M C (704) 5257526 Davis, Rachel L. Rt 3, 1008FargeRd Durham, M C (919) 544 3626 Davis. Roger Lee Box 392 Ellerbe, M C 28338 (919) 6522734 Daye, Mary Diana 46 1 5 West Ave Durham, MC 27704 (919)477 8555 SENIOR DIRECTORY DeSeny. Grace Lorraine Dent. Melette S. Rt. I, Box 214 Eure. N C 27935 19191 357 1368 DeVone, Wilhelmenia Delores 1013 Augusta Dr Fayetteville, M C 28305 (919)483 9288 Oiggs. Jannelle Thomasina 2915Mad.sonAve riewpori hews. Va 23607 (804) 247 9931 Dixon, Aaron 6328 Can er Blvd Charlotte fN C 28213 (7041 5978465 Dixon. Tonette Valerie 417 Willow R d Salisbury. NC (7041 633-6477 Dockery. James Curtis Rt. 4. Box 708 Dorsey. Deidre Bruneila I 1 45 Clay Ave Bron.v 4 Y 10456 i2l2i 588 3029 Downey. Rachel Louise Rt 4,Box2l8 Oxford. M C 27565 (919)693 2372 Drake. AJice Marie 1809 Joyce Sl Greenstwro, N C 27405 (919)27 335 Dudas. Edward Joseph, Jr. Rl_ I Momsville, INC 27560 Duncan, Dale Orine Rl I Box 87 Wadesboro. NC 28170 (704) 6942071 Dunn. Clarice 6200 Fox Rd Raleigh, M C 27604 1919)8679545 Dupree. Bemice 3 1 3 South 1 0th St Pinelops, h C 27864 (919)827 5650 EEEEEEEEEE Earie, Janice Faye I 06 Sacco Sl Belmont. NC 28012 1704)825-5297 Edwards. Barbara Denise BoK 52 A Hennco, N C (919) 537-6233 Elijah. Thomas J. Ill I919CliffsideDr Pfafftown NC 27040 1919) 9244087 Elterby. Timothy Nigel Rt 1 Box 34 Wadesboro, NC 28170 1704) 694 3623 Evans. Sherrie Annetta Rl 4, Box 232 Oxford, N C (919)693-6810 Everett. Merritha A. I408C Lakeland St Durham, NC 27701 (919)683-8706 FFFFFFFFFF Faison. Shirmaine Delani Rt 3. Bo 12 Ltttlelon. N C (919) 586 3483 Farrar. Vanessa Diane Rt 2, Box lOA Pitlsboro. NC 27312 (9191 542-3099 Farrior, Jerry Rt I. Box 340 Teachev, NC 27707 Farrior, Nathan Rt 2, Bo 1 39 Rose Hill, N C 28458 i9!9l 2892364 Faulk, Cynthia PO Box 541 Rose Hill. N C 28458 (919) 289 3874 Ferrell, Marlene 505 N Academy St Cary. N C 2751 1 (919)4675914 Fields. Rosalind Renita Reming, Eugene Raynard Reming. Teresa Rose PO Box 1213 Robersonville, N C (919) 7954295 Foster. Renee Yvonne 1013 Thuimond Sl Winston-Salem, NC (919) 725-1476 Royd. Gloria Faye PO Box 427 Fairmont N C 28340 (9191 6286569 Foster. Charies Mkhael 3100SnowberTvDr Raleigh. N C 1919)8327489 Foust. Vanessa Dale PO Box 166 ebane, N C 27302 19191 563-6583 (704)652 7120 Fox. Cariotta Josephine 31 1 Hamngton St N W Lenoir. NC 28645 (704) 7585324 Franks, Janie Cebrittia PO Box5l Pollocks VI lie, N C 28573 (919) 224-971 1 Freeman. Ruth O. 608 F " 7 Hardee St Durham. NC (9191 6883508 French. Slephan Aubrey 2421 Sturtevant Detroit Michigan (313)868-2216 Fufrell. Lue Cready Rt 2. Box 154 Ahoskie. NC 27910 (919) 587 3291 GGGGGGGGGG Gaither. Sylvia Denise 429 Edgegreen Dr Chariotte, NC 28210 (704) 525-3712 Garrison. Delilah Jackson Rt. I , Box 399A Raleigh, N C 27609 (919) 787 7434 Catling. Olivia Denise PO Box 23 Morlina. NC 27563 (919)456 2903 Gatb ' s, Miriam Lenore 1 305 South Roxboro St Durham. N C 27707 (919)6884503 Gibbons. Juanda Rt I. Box 227 Como, NC 27818 (919) 398-4846 Gibbs. Anthony Kelvin Rt 2. Box 60-A Arapahoe. NC 28510 (919) 249-0975 Gibbs. BrendaVemett 4 1 Pilot St Apt F 1 Durham. NC 27707 (919)682-6314 Gibbs. Carolyn Denise Rt l.Boxl79A Bayboro. NC 28515 (919) 745-3219 (704) 694-3078 Godette. Reginald Jerome Rt 1 . Box 1 5 Havelock. N C (919) 4474970 Gourdine, Deborah Ann l919GrimballRd Charleston, SC 29412 (803) 795 1680 Graham. Dean 1 63 Games St Southern Pines N C 28387 (919)692-6673 Graham. Myra Anita l255Ton-eyDr Favetleville. NC 28301 (919) 4885463 Gray. Donald 305 W Alton Sl Durham, NC 27707 (919)682 3859 Gray, Johnice PO Box 563 Fremont NC 27830 242 5288 Gray. William Kenneth 510 Silver Spnng Ave Washington, DC 20910 (202 1 588-8724 Green, Anthony Vincent 1 660 Madison Ave New York. NY 10029 (212) 534-6223 Green. Camela Olivia lOIOWhalegSt Orangeburg, SC 29115 (8031 534-8029 Green. James Kelly Ml 5470 Lynbrook Cl FavetteviHe, N C 28304 (919)868 1337 Green. James Preston I 1 Omega St Henderson. N C 27536 (919)438 7464 Hayes, Sheila Lynn 1919) 7924505 Griffin. Anthony Raymond I28Cru.kshankAve Hampstead, N Y (516)485-1145 Gwyn. Joycelynn Denise Mount Aifv N C (919) 786-2996 HHHHHHHHHH Hackney. Gwendolyn PO Box 353 Youngsville, N C 27596 Halsey. Janet Lee Davis Apt " 9 Edenlon. NC 27932 (919)482 2093 Hamilton. Godfrey 49-C Da lon St Durham, NC 27701 (919) 596-3965 Hamm, Renata Nola 1015 Simmons Sl Durham, NC 27701 Hammond. Renita Dahene 65I3Tareylon Rd Fayetteville, N C 28304 (919)8670379 Harper. Lorraine Deloise StarRt Box 59 Mavsville, N C 28555 ' 9191 743-8351 Harris. Angela Levem Rt 1 Box 386 Tremon. N C 28585 (919) 2244211 Harris. Chester 2516KirbySL Durtiam, N C (919) 596-1727 Harris, Curtis L. 2::2GLimwoodBlvd N Chai.c- ' ton. SC 29405 (803) 744-2c75 Harris. Cynthia Elaine P O Box 1 52 Halifax. N C (919) 5834381 Harris. Gary 1 135 0atesStNE Washington, DC (202) 397-3112 Harris. Roy Hiawatha 2402 South Newberry Ct Denver, Colorado 80222 (303) 756-2217 Hatchel, James Henry lOieVan-NordenSt Washington, N C 27889 (919) 946-7130 Hawes. Phyllis Gwena 6 1 7 Hope Ave Durham, NC 27707 (9191 6824658 Hawkins. Wanda 1 526 Ben Lloyd Dr Raleigh, NC 27610 (919) 828-2596 Hawley. Mamie Bullock Rt 4, Box 232V Henderson, N C 27536 (919)438-7623 Haywood. Jora Michelle 2837 Emerson St Winston Salem, N C (919) 7885275 Hemingway. Gwenda Rt 3 Box 244 A Tabor Citv, N C 28463 I9I9I 6534230 Hemdon. Joyce L.W. Rt 4, Box 94 Oxford, NC 27565 1919)693-8564 Hicks. Deloise Washingto 2921 S Roxboro St Durham, NC 2770? (919)489-6906 Hicks. Robyn Annette 5721 Chillum Place NE Washington. DC 2001 1 (202) 6357351 Hill. Claudia Mae Rt 1 , Box 292 F Pollocksville N C (919) 224 9781 Hill. Nathaniel 3452Domi-rrt2Ct Orlando, Fla 13051 295 3356 Hilliard. Michael Wendell Rt I. Box 161 C Halifax NC 27839 445-2073 Mines. Eric Wesley Rt 5, Box 563 Reidsville, N C 27320 (9191 349-9488 Hinton, Richard Jr. Box 279 Powell Rd Rocky Mount N C 19191 4424304 Hodge. Desdemonia La Ri Rt 2. Box 395 Wendell. NC 27591 (919) 365-7825 Hodge. Inonia Denise Rt 2, Box 392 Wendell, NC 27591 (919) 365-5011 Holmes. Valgenia L. PO Box 19045 Weston. Vermont 05I6I Hooker. M. Pamela PO Box 32! Moncure, NC 27559 (91 9» 542-2226 Hopkins, ManTyn Elaine Rt 1 , Box 744 Greensboro, NC 27406 (919)6742067 (919) 544 1483 Howard. Ruthell Rt I, Box 137 Englehard, NC 27824 (919) 925-1161 Hughes, Edwenda Maria 502 Bunche Df Goldst)oro, N C 27530 (919) 734-6293 Humphrey. Linda Diana Rt l,Box2l7 St Paul, N C 28384 (919) 8654240 Hunter. Gwendolyn Denise 1 23 Carver Rd Jacksonville. N C (919) 347-6303 Hunter. Setrina Anita 1 209 Terrell Dr High Point N C (9191 882-2090 Hunter, William Lawrence PO Box 156 Garysburg. NC 27831 (919) 5364413 (9191683-8553 Hyatt, Dcbra Lynette 2 1 33 Syracuse Dr Charlotte, NC 28216 (704) 392-5842 Hyman. Saundra Ann 1 72 Hamilton Apts Oak City, N C iiniiiiii Ingram. Lynette Rt I Bo« 507 Rockingham, h C 28379 19191 582 1552 Isler. Patricia Ann 1 06 Mines Dr Goldsboro. M C 19191 7782348 JJJJJJJJJJ Jaclfson, Alicia Oteria 811 Old Wilson Rd Piashwile, N C (91914592455 Jacobs. Lennon Arnold 808 S 16th Sl Wilmington. MC 28401 (919i 7624158 Jacobs. Robert Gene Jaime. George L. l7l6KenyowSt riW Washington. DC 12021 4839552 Jefferies. Debra Ann Rt 1 Box 333 Roanoke Rapids. N C (9191 5863250 Jefferson. Phyllis Annette Rl 2, Box 297 Morlina. rs C 27707 (91914562158 Jeffries. Eric Arnold Rl 3 Box 5 Slier Citv. N C (9191 742-3764 Jenkins. Delores Leona 42210rcijtlAve Newport News, Va 23607 18041247 1829 Jenkins. Donald Ray II 15 Pine St Weldon. n C 27890 (9191 5362247 Jenkins. Joe Ann 3330 Barwell Rd Raleigh. NC 27610 (9191 772fl912 Johnson. Evangeline 2806 Owen St Durham. N C 27703 (9191 596-1439 SENIOR DIRECTORY Johnson, Gloria Almeta Johnson. Joe H. 71 Elba Si Rochester n Y 17161 4640127 Johnson. Sarah Liia 3600 Suffolk Si Durham, h C 27707 (919)4895288 Johnson. Todd Keith 427 Ft Washington Ave Ft. Washington. Pa 19034 (215) 643 3049 Johnson, Vennie Denise 606 West Spruce St Goldsboro. MC 27330 (919) 734 3474 Jones. Barbara Ann Rt l.Box 177 Bavboro, NC 38515 (919) 7454613 Jones, Cheryl Schanae 7 1 ? Mont Dr Spnng Lake. NC 28301 (919)497 1535 Jones, Evelyn C. PO Box 1991 Durham, M C (919) 4774657 Jones. Ida Patricia Rt. ), Box 447 Cleveland, hC 27013 (70412782173 Jones, Jackye Alessia Jones. Jessie Lynwood Rt 1, Box 35 Polkton, NC 28135 (704) 272 7338 Jones, Nesbie Douglas I 20 7 Erskine PI Bronx. NY 10475 (212) 3202344 Jones. Teressa R| I, Box " eOE Bayboro, N C 28515 (919) 745 3438 Jordan, Cathy Anelte Rt 1 , Box 1 25 Semora, M C 27343 599 34 1 2 Joyner. Cheryl Annice Rt 1 . Box I 56 Kittrell, nc 27544 (91914386988 KKKKKKKKKK Keck. Rhonda Diana 4112 Offut Dr SuitJand. Maryland 20023 (301) 568 5461 Kee, Carolyn Marie PO Box 56 Gumberry, MC 27838 (919) 589 9551 Kertt. Franklin Louis II I0I3E Salisbury Rd Asheboro, h C 27203 (919)6253937 Khubile, Theresa L. PO Box 985 Gaborone, Bolswana KJrkman, Allen Jr. 2928 E Pnncess Anne Rd Norfolk. Va 23504 (804) 6270709 LLLLLLLLLL [-ancasler, Ethel L, PC Box 333 Scotland Neck, N C (919) 8264774 1919) 747-2782 Lanier, Henry Rt. 2, Box 277 Snow Hill, N C 28580 1919) 5664847 485 Santa FeDr Favetleville, N C 28308 1919) 8673232 Lawrence, Phyllis Elvira 4914 Clintwood Dr Charlotte, NC 28213 (704) 598-7689 Lawson, Frankie Delores Rt I . Box I 79 Virgilina, Va 24598 (9191 599 1957 Lee, Bruce Alan I 1 1 Webster Si South Boston, Va 24592 Lenoir, Rosalind l5l4WaddellSt Lester, Linda Dian Lewis. Loretta Michelle Rt 2, Box 41 B Nashville. N C (919) 459-7839 Ligons, Johnny Mack 91 I Highland Ave Winston Salem, N C Lipscomb, Marjorie Langley I 922 Apex Hwy Durham, NC 27707 (919)6826934 Ultle. Chyrel 3709 Man in Rd Charlotte, NC 28211 (704) 3665702 Little. Lee R. Jr. 31 12BraddockDr Favetleville. NC 28301 1919) 4888084 Lockhart. William Henry 45( " ) Lexington Dr Wilmington, M C 28404 (919) 799 3993 Koonce, Kenneth Earl 1 I 1 5 Desmond SI Kinston, NC 28501 (919) 523 9272 1704) 254 1530 Lowe, Phyllis LaVem Rt 2, Box 1 36 Madison, NC 27025 (919) 427 3345 (AJAMIAIAFAPATAJAIA McCallum, Danyl Anderson 2322 Alston Ave Durham, NC 27707 1919) 596 6922 McCuller. James Axson Rl I, Box 145 A Swanquarter. N C 27885 (919)9264476 McDonald. Angela Renee 7300 Hyannis Dr Fayetteville, N C 28304 1919)424-2662 McDougald. Jerleen Rt 2, Box 598 Red Springs. NC 28377 843 3150 McDowell. Sandra Denise 2524 llthSlNW Washington. DC 20001 (202) 387-0875 Mclver. Creo Melvin II Rt 3. Box 282 D Jacksonville, NC 28540 (919) 3473293 McKee, Donna Elaine I 1 8 Tabor Rd Salisbury, NC 28144 (704) 636-6316 McKoy. Paulette M. 702 E Granville Si Dunn, N C 28334 (919)892 3522 McLean. AJlyn Glynn 220 Gulf St Launnburg, NC 28352 (919) 2760864 McLean. Settle Veronica PO Box 409 Pembroke, NC 28372 (919) 5214497 McNeil. Robert Fletcher 240 W 2nd St Tabor City, NC 28463 (919) 6532715 McPhail. Barbara Rochell 703 Stetson St Clinton. N C 28328 (919) 592-8103 McRae, Christopher Leon 206 Richardson St Red Springs. N C (919)8433163 (919) 688 3345 McQueen. Juella Rt 2, Box 436 Bennettsville, S C (803) 479 3010 Mangum. India Yvonne 301 West Alton St Diirham. NC 27707 1919) 688-8337 Manning. Lenwood Jr. Rt l,Box202AA Maxton, N C 28364 (919) 844 5891 Marrow, Victor Aaron Marshall. Amy O. PO Box 503 Robersonvtlle. NC 27871 (919) 795 3872 Martin, Vanessa Dawn 5221 Sunrise Terrace Winston Salem. NC 27105 (919) 7254095 Massey, Jerina Marvia PO Box 305 Warrenton, Ga 30828 (4041 465 2470 Mathis, Diane Rt 2, Box 492 B Rose Hill, NC 28458 Mickle. Eliza 2820 Columbus CI Charlotte. NC (704) 394 7098 Middleton. Genell Mitchell. Carenda Alexine 4520 Fayetteville Rd Durham. NC 27713 1919) 544 2102 Mitchell. Patricia Dianne I I I E Monaco Dr Ahoskie, NC 27910 (919) 3324552 Moore, Angela Virginia 541 MontclairDr Burlington. N.C 27215 (919) 228 7744 Moore, Daniel A. 37 Webman Pkwy Jersey City, NJ 07305 (201)4354243 91 1 Clayton Rd (919) 596 I 140 Moore. Myron Orlando Moore. Rosalind LaJetta 8l3NewcombeRd Raleigh, NC 27610 (919) 821 3199 Moore, Vickie Rene 309 Wayne CI Durham, NC 27707 (91916824712 Murdock, Michael Anthony Murphy. Edith Delphine P O Box 37 Godwin, NC (919) 892-5361 Mun eli. Aaron M.II 500 Washington Ave Brooklyn, N Y I 1238 NNNNNNMNNN Nelson. Ron R, 610 Milford Hills Rd Salisbury, N C (704)636-1527 Mice, Sally Ann 3300 Hursey St Durham, N C 27703 (919) 596-6258 Nolan, Elvira Denise Rt 1 , Box 54 Havelock. NC 28532 (919) 4474856 Nutall, Deborah Jean OOOOOOOOOO Odom. Kevin Marcel 2903RosehillRd Fayetteville. N C 2830 1 1919) 488-6234 Owens. Alban Lemuel PO Box 167 Columbia, NC 27925 (919) 796-5421 Owens, Victor Ray 1 37 Bell Fork Rd. Jacksonville, N C 28540 (91914552077 PPPPPPPPPP Packingham, Linda Dobbin l200BHeafthside5l Durham, NC 27707 Parker, Dwayne Tyrone 91 3 Academy St Wilson, N C 27893 (919) 2370737 Parker, Emma J. Rt. l,Box212 Wadesboro, NC 28170 (704) 694 3839 Parker. Jesse Ray StarRt Hamilton, NC 27840 (919) 798-8891 Parker. Loretta Shanelle 1 428 Maplewood Dr Durham. NC 27704 (919)477-7554 Parker. Melba D. 614 Monagan St Fayetteville, NC 28301 (9191 323-0283 Patrick. Cynthia Cheyanne PO Box 327 Winlerville. N C 28590 (919) 756 3594 Peacock, Vivian Joyce 1 44 Logan St Brooklyn, N Y (212) 827 5215 Pearsall. Vincent Brendon 531 S Chestnut St Mt, Olive, N C 28365 (919)658 2053 Peebles, Catherine Denise 753BuncheDr Raleigh, NC 27610 (919) 834 3738 Penn, Tonya Lorraine 3809 Nash St S E Washington, DC 1202) 581 5977 Pennington. Shelia Renee 1816 Sherman Ave Durham. N C (919) 682 0717 Penny. Charles W. 22 1 6 Greensboro St Fayetteville, NC 28301 (9l9)488-n76 Perry. Frances Rt 2, Box 239 Franklinton, N C (919) 494 7359 Perry. Hatlie Esther Rl 6. Box I 3 E Henderson, N C 27536 (919) 4924809 Petrie, Phyllis Ann 3409 Hope Valley Rd Durham, NC 27702 (919)493 1586 Pickett. Cathy Elaine 1715 0berlinDr Hiqh Point, N C 27260 (919) 8893678 Pickett, Cynthia Yvette 2 Short Brick St Asheville. NC 28801 1704) 2534363 Pipkin, Terri Layne Rl I, Box 19 Pembroke, NC 28372 (919) 5214291 Poole, John Louis 1 06 1 Pinkslon St Henderson, NC 27536 492 7984 Powell. Angela Elaine Rt 1 Box 1 34 Roanoke Rapids, N C 27870 (919) 5375347 Powell. Bemita Coiette Rt I . Box 405 Burgaw, N C 28425 Price, Palsy Anna Rt. 2, Box 496 Slier City. NC 27344 (919) 7424324 Pridgen. Adrian Kelvin Rt 10, Box 25 Goldsboro. N C (919) 7786924 Pugh. Kenneth 775 Rosewood Ave Fayeneville. NC 28301 (919) 488 5961 Pugh. Paul Whitney 5321 Shady Bluff Durham. NC 27704 Purdie. Edward Earl II 822 Clark St New Bern. N C (919)6330453 RRRRRRRRRR Ragland. Charlene Marie l609ElliohAve South Boston, Va 24592 Ragland, Clara PO Box 901 Roxboro, N C 27573 (919) 599 7998 Rainbow, Villa Augusta 315SherrvbrookDr Raleigh. NC 27610 (919) 833 9931 Ramsey, Kenneth Ray Rt 1, Box 57 A Godwin, N C 28344 (919)483-0330 Ransome, Shamese 529 Maple St Ahoskie, NC 27910 Reed, Valreno Jerl Rt 2. Box 183 Virgilma, Va 24598 693 5984 Reginald. Bryant Lewis P O Box 1 55 Columbia, N C 27925 (919) 7974419 Reid, Forrest Efrom 304 Todd St Belmont. N C 28012 (704) 825 2887 Reid, Winifreds. C 2 Cornwallis Rd Ahoskie, NC 27910 Rhodes. Swindale 1406E Caswell St Kinston. NC 28501 (919) 527 1090 Rice, Audrey Joliene 1 08 9th Ave S E (704) 322 1896 Richards, Marcella L. 463 Powell St Henderson, N C 27536 (919)4927164 Richardson, Iris Jean Rt 2, Box 69 Nashville, N C 27836 (919) 459 7306 Richardson, Kay Frances Rt 5. Box 98 Rocky Mount, N C. (919)443 5349 Richardson, Tony Rome 1115 Dock St Wilmington. NC 28401 RIddkk.SephinaJo PO Box 143 Hobgood, N C 27843 (919)826 3577 K SENIOR DIRECTORY Ritchey, David Lamar Shaw. Leola L Stainbaclt, Rowena Toliver. Marion Snelling Warren. Angeline Williams. Jannie Carolyn i3 1 1 r w 1 lA Si 1011 Ancroft Ave 202 Wilminqton ' Vve 602 St George Rd Rt 2 Bo. 78 1 102 Phillips St Miami, Fla 33055 Durham. M C Oxford. NC 27565 Raleigh, hC 27610 Nashville, N C 27856 Clinton, NC ' W5l 621 1212 (91 9( 596 7606 (919)693 5808 (9191 829-0891 (919) 4785682 (919)592-8823 Rivers. Kathleen V. Shelton. Larry Austin Stewart. Paula Townes. Ouane Alan Warren. Hajtwell Kenard Williams. Leo n.i Bo. !-«! Rl I.Bo»13E 223 West 2nd St 1410 Alpha St 1 08 Overlook Dr W 1 82 Craven Terrace i.l.lnn,., M.: 2B052 Englehard. Pi C Tabor City. M C 28463 Henderson, NC 27536 Winston Salem. NC New Bern, NC 28560 ,vu. M.,4 11862 (919) 925 5421 (919)653-3691 (919) 492-0743 1919) 722 1571 Williams. Louis Robinson. Atom Henry Shepard. Gale Patrice Stockton. William Lewis Towns, Leiand Quintin Washington. Marsha Ann 71 9 Red Cross St -I 4 Box 286 Rl 1 Box 268 D Rt 1 , Box 1 7 905 Roberson St 2808 Dearborn Dr Wilmington N C ' aitmonl NC 28340 Hampstead, IN C Mt. Ulla, NC 28125 Wjlhamston, N C Durham, N C 27704 (919) 763-0394 ■il9l 628-6675 (9191 270-2687 (701) 636 884 (919) 792 1833 1919) 4775317 Williams, Marilyn Yvonne Robinson. Winston Conward Shuford. Aftis Lynn Street. Brenda Faye Tmesdale. Willie Lee Watkins. Angelecia Rt 1 Box 226 ' obbsHilIRd F O Box 294 71 7 Henderson Rd 1 4 1 6 Parkwood Ave PO Box 964 Whiteville N C 28472 Ajrwick Bermuda Granite Quarrv, rH C RoKboro. N C Charlotte, NC 28205 ForesI Citv N C (919) 6484505 809-29 54980 (704) 279 7055 (919)599-0975 (704) 3764221 Watkins. Arthur r ' ack Williams. Phyllis Comet Robinson. Valencia Yolando Simmons. Jerome Stukes. Stephanie Tucker. Sharon L. Rt 1 Box 485 A 1 02 South Isler St - ' 905 Roctielle St BIdg 1 266 Pearson Dr 101 Charier Dr 1317 N UnwoodAve High Poinl, N C 27260 Kinston, N C Durtiam, N C 27703 Asheville. MC 28601 Wilmington, N C 28403 Baltimore. Md (919)454 3937 1919) 523 5580 (919)596-0813 (919) 791 2084 i30l) 342-6980 Simmons. Joseph J. Watson. Kenneth Ray Williams, Robert Earl Rogers. Jackie Rl 1, Box 763 Turner. Ouida Dianne Rt 2,Box415)( Rl 2 Box 307 1918 Atkins Dr Jackson Spnngs. M C 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 II 1 5l7WiontclatrDr Kannapohs NC 26081 Trenton. N C 26585 Raleigh, n C 27610 (919)673-6561 Burl.ngton, N C 27215 (704) 933-0074 19191 5234422 (9191 834 B607 Tabb. Albert E- (919)227-0890 Simon. Cynthia Diane •523 Lawrenceville Hw Watson. Levonia Delane Williams, Sarah N. Rogers, Jacqueline Delois Rl 3 Box 265-A Tyson, Hattie Rl 1, Box 328 PO Box 431 PO Box 906 Wadesboro, Pi C (919) 537 5409 PO Bo»793 Woodleal, NC 27054 v axton. N C 26364 Nashville. N C 27856 (7CI4 1694 3887 Robersonville, NC 27871 (704) 2784505 (9191644 3920 (9191459-1677 Tabron, Annie R. 1919) 7954701 Slaughter, rilichelle Rt, 3. Box 179 Watts. Patsy Ann Williams. Sharon Denise Rogers. James Earl 850McCask.llSt Rt 4. Box 439 Oxford. N C 27565 Louisburg. N C 27549 (919) 4963313 aaaaaaaaaa Rt 2, Box 1 52 Evington Va Rt 4, Box 227 A Greenville, N C Maxton N C 28364 (919)693-2746 (804) 239 2082 (9191 758-3991 (9191 6443910 Talford, Fredrick Walter (Jmstead. Lemuel H. Sloan. Oarrell Jerome 1212 Boone St 1 507 South Roxboro St Webb. Jacqueline Antionette Williams. Shiriey A. Rogers. Wilmon 264 1 Old Belews Creek Rd Charlotte, N C Durham ( C 27707 907 Scout Dr 29 19 Apt B Weaver St Rt 1 Box 10 Winston Salem. M C (704)333-2097 (9191 6824618 Oomam, N C Durham, NC Rothwell. Shenile Lamar Rl IBox 148 Maxton, N C 28364 191916443769 Rouse. Linda Faye 28l4En inRd Apt 7-D Dumam. NC 27705 (9191 383 2780 Royster. June Kathy Rt- 2, Box 22 Virgil.na,Va 24598 (919) 693 2504 Royster. Lydia Janet Rt I. Box 153A Virgilina, Va 24598 (9191 5995294 Rucker. Shelia Diane 1651 E 22nd St WmstonSalem, NC 27105 1919) 727 1530 Rutherford, Dana Denise Russell, Velinda D ' Etta 1 19 King Ave Trenton. NJ 08636 (6091 863 M29 ssssssssss Saunders, Glendora Dariene Rt 2. Box 339 Cameron, N C 28326 (919)499 5495 Scott, Kenneth Dwight 3211 44th St Tampa, Fla 33605 18131626 7276 Scott, Yvonne 415E 12lhSL ScoUand Neck, N C (919) 8265879 (9)91 539 2283 (9191 722-8726 Sloan, Dennis 3322 Wcksburg 13131 8964592 Smith, Brenda Joyce 904 Yancey SI Durham, NC 27701 (919)6824015 Smith, Cheryl Faye Rl 1 Box 397 Raleigh NC 27614 (919) 787-1578 Smith, Gary Wayne PO Box 582 Whitakers. NC 27691 19191437-8961 Smith, Ronnie Rt 1 Box291 A Council, N C 28486 Smith, Wanda Elizabeth 1310OakwoodAve Raleigh, N C (919) 834 2062 Snelling, Miriam E, 579 Lipscomb St. Raleigh, N C 27609 (9191 782 7168 Southern, Antonio Rodriguez 1016 Forrest Valley Dr Atlanta, Ga 30354 (4041 36362(7 Sowells, Fajayan E. 245 Stvers Rd WmstonSalem, NC 27105 (9(91 7222030 Spears. Vincient Antionto Spicer. Thurman Lee Jr. 606 ' . HollowaySt Durham. NC 27701 (919)688-8522 Spivey. Charies Herbert 609 Dudley St New Bern. N C 28560 (9(91 637 «31 Tally. John Quentin Tate, Ronald Franklin Rt 3. Box 512 Berlin. Md 21811 (3011641 2057 Taylor, Emma L, RL4.BOX 120 Fairmont N C 28340 (919)628 0808 Tedder. Beverly 2605 Favetteville St Durham, N C 27707 (919(682 1924 Thompson. Eva Mae 1 18 Coleman Dr Jacksonville. N C 1919) 3474080 Tliompson. James Michael 508 Barclay Hills Dr Wilmington. N C 28405 (9191 763-1889 Thompson. Mariene Coles RFD " 6 Louden Rd Saratoga Spnngs, N Y 1 2866 15181 5840973 Ttiompson. Ronnie Tillery, Brenda Jean Rt 2. Box 3 Scotland Neck. N C 27874 (919) 8265129 Tillery. Patricia Diane Rt- I , Box 239 C Scotland Neck. N C 27874 (9191826 3909 Tillman. Bonita Cheryl ) 323 Cedrow Dr High Point N C 27260 (919)8854614 Tillman. Brenda Alberta Rt 1 Box 63 E Wadesboro. NC 28170 (704) 694 3605 vwwwvw (9)91 4387623 Vaughan. Elaine Jenice 1314AWestMainSt Murfreesboro N C 27855 Vaughan. Vickie Lynn Rt 2, Box 1 23-A Ahoskie NC 27910 19191 3324316 Vinson. Barbara Dean Rt 2, Box 3085 Clayton, N C 27520 (9191 553-7821 Vinson. Elaine Rt (Box 229 Woodland, N C (919) 587 2611 Vinson. Roderick 265 18 Ave Palerson NJ 075(34 (2011 345 1981 wwwwwwwwww Waddell. Alex Vernon Jr. 6 1 1 Marsteller St Wilmington, NC 28401 1919) 762-5767 Wade. Gwendolyn Rt 1 Box 191 Halilax N C 27839 (9191 4453644 Waker. Vemita Micelle l09Ro5etterSt " B Boston Mass 02125 Walden. Nelbra Walden 405 Wne Street Roanoke Rapids, N C 27870 (9191 537-8585 Wallace. Benita Ann 6 B Sargent PI Durham, NC 27707 (919) 596 7430 Walton, Donald Lee (201) 824-3863 Ware. William Webb. Peggy Loraine 3007 Weaver St Apt " 2 Durham NC 27707 (919) 489-8466 Webb, Reynold Avon 821 Goshen St Oxiord, N C 27565 (919) 6937177 West, Bemadette Rl 1 Box 3 C Havelock, N C 28532 (9191 4474154 White, Johawna White, Michael Lee Rl 2, Box 359 Claremonl NC 28610 (7041 459 7(34 White, Nancy Mae 824 Grace St Witminglon, NC 28401 7630043 White. Tammy LaTiece 303 Union St Belhaven NC 27810 1919) 9432187 (9191 965-6582 Whitt. Jaynette Aristia Rt I, Box 149 Virgilina, Va 24598 (919) 5994963 Wiggins. Kathy Mae Rt 1, Box 279 B Robersonville, N C 2787 1 (9191 795-4636 (9191489-6467 Williams. Sinclair Rt I Box 1 90A Wilmington, N C 26429 19191 675-0665 Williams. Sondra Kay Rl 2, Box 305 Newton Grove, N C 28366 (919) 567-2150 Williams. Theresa 1 00 Gin Mill Rd Hamlet, N C 28345 (919) 582 2535 Williamson. Jeanna L. 409 Brentwood St High Point N C 27260 (919) 8854286 Wilson. Annette Roberson 1 963 Maryland Ave Winston Salem, NC (919 725 1523 WinHeld, Valerie ( ria 1 1 607 Stoninglon PI Sl e Springs, Md 20902 (301 1 5938680 Wright, Reginald Maurice 1513 Shelley Rd Raleigh, NC 27612 Wylly, Gregory 2202 Shaw Rd Favetteville, NC 28301 (919) 822-0093 YYYYYYYYYY Younger. Barbara Ann 541 Charlotte St Hamlet. N C 28345 (919) 582 1599 EDITOR-IN-CHIEF PATSY WATTS Dear N. C. C. U. It has been a joy and an honor to be part of the force responsible for the production of the 1980 EAGLE. If after viewing this yearbook, a smile creeps across your face, then my goal has been accomplished. I hope that while viewing this book, each of you will attempt to forget some of the negative experiences you may have had during the year 1 979- 80 and look at this production with objectivity and compas- sion for those students who worked so hard to make it possi- ble. At a time like this when all the work is done and the final page is ready for shipment to the printer, I cannot help but ex- press my thanks again to all those who gave so much of their time and moral support to help put together this valuable document. Sincere appreciation goes out to Dean Blue, Dean Bryant, Mr. Rivera, Ms. Covington, Ms. Davis, Mr. A. Jay, the student union staff, Ex-umbra, Campus Echo, and last but not least the EAGLE STAFF: Larry Simpson, Business Manager; Marilyn Hopkins, Associate Editor; Orlando Meal, Willia Thomas, Dekota Grier, Sebrina Grier, Lisa Scott, Donna Peer- man, Vanessa Anderson, Dee, Lori Conway, Whilhelmenia Devone, Darlene Hammond, Ronald Copeland, Betsy Valen- tine, Phyllis Steadman, Joe Decatur and Delmar Publishing Company. fi ' '


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