North Carolina Wesleyan College - Dissenter Yearbook (Rocky Mount, NC)
- Class of 1983
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North Carolina Wesleyan College
301 North By Pass
Rocky Mount, NC 27801
aking the Right Move
On the Exterior
1982-83 was a year of progress for NCWC. One example of
progress was the ground breaking ceremony for the Leon
Russell Chapel. After years of planning and fundraising the
dream is a soon to be reality with the Chapel scheduled to be
completed next January.
Now that the Chapel is almost finished, plans are in the
works to renovate the old power plant for the Fine Arts
Department. The building will house both the music and
Other progress occured this summer with the painting of the
interiors of the Administration and Student Union Buildings.
Students returning will also notice that the lobbies in South
and Edgecombe have been enlarged and that the tennis
courts have been resurfaced. All in all, 1983 proved to be a
year of improvements in which NCWC moved with the
One of the most beautiful sites at Wesleyan is the fountain.
Home sweet home in the Fall for some will be Nash Dorm.
Construction on the Chapel went on throughout the summer with the
completion date set in January.
The Student Union and Administraton Buildings got a face lift with a fresh
coat of paint.
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' g the Right Move
On the Interior
This was the year of champions at NC Wesleyan The
baseball team captured the Conference title, the regional
title, and went on to become third in the nation. The inen's
basketball lezltll had their victories too, capturing the schooI's
first victory over a Division l school QVMIJ and ended the
season with the best record ever for NCWC.
Sports was not the only place for success, student interest
and involvement saw the birth ol' Phi Beta Lambda Business
Fraternity, tPBL1 on campus, Sponsored by PBI., Mare
Harris competed at the National Convention in San Francisco
this summer winning first place in Accounting.
The Curriculum also started moving with the times. Next
Fall a Computer Science major will be offered.
One ol' the highlights ot' the nten's basketball season was their victory over
Colonel Wiltrakis and Mrs Lytton put the computer to work
Marc Harris became the first Wesleyan student to compete at the national
Phi Bela lambda Convention
This year the stands were tilled to support the Bishops,
The men's baseball team passed everyone this year including East Carolina
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The old saymg that It s the people that make
the place has never been more true than at N C
Wesleyan Although the campus wrth tts
serpent1ne wall and beauttful fountaln make the
campus unlque It IS truly the people that make
NCWC specral When one has great people
great events come rn due course and thls year
was no exceptron Homecoming and Sprmg Flmg
were two of the major events of the year Other
hlghlxghts lncluded partles at My Club and
Ocean Drrve North Convocatlons Sprung
Symposlum and Academrcs also played a large
role rn the llfe of a student on the campus of
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Ken Wxlkxns Angela Grllram Steve
Felton Patrlcra Jones and Trm Parker
An unknown Wesleyan student shows one
way to beat the heat
Danny Mxller takes a crgarette break after
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ffl Cllff Sulllvan hugs Sharm MacSuga
42 Nu Gamma Ph1 Little Sister Charlotte
Varnell throws a pre at her Phr brother
Lewrs Nofslnger as the crowd watches
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Homecoming 1982 was a weekend full of
excitement and fun. The festivities began
with the pie throw sponsored by Edgecombe
Dorm. Bids were taken and the highest
bidder was awarded a pie to be thrown at
the helpless victim, draped in a garbage bag.
Much revenge was taken by coaches,
players, bosses, employees, students and
faculty alike. It was great fun for all. Friday
evening the annual "pig pickin" took place at
the Belmont Swim and Racquet Club.
Students, friends, and alumni all shared in
an evening of wonderful food and drinks.
Saturday afternoon brought the sporting
events. At 2:00 p.m. the soccer team took to
the field in front of a large crowd of students
and alumni. During halftime the 1982
Homecoming Queen nominees and their
escorts were presented, representing 13 of
Wesleyan's organizations. At 4:00 p.m. the
crowds moved indoors to watch the women's
volleyball team capture Meredith College in
a rough four game match. Saturday's
activities were culminated at the
Homecoming dance held at Josh Bullocks.
The night was highlighted when Miss Robin
Lane, representing Pi Kappa Omega
fraternity, was crowned Homecoming
Queen. The weekend of festivities ended on
Sunday with the annual mudfest, which
found students sloshing around in a field of
mud, running races, and celebrating.
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above left: Lisa Williams, representing the Senior Class,
receives her coursage from RD Nancy Smith,
above right: The Homecoming crowd was surely a
left: Nominees take a moment to pose for the cameraman.
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Wesleyan Gffers You
A Wide Range G
For a small school, Wesleyan offers a wide range of
degree's and concentrations. Bachelor of Art Degree's are
available in Behavioral Studies, Biology, Business
Administration, Chemistry, Economics, English,
Environmental Science, History, Mathematics, Music,
Philosophy, Religion, Politics, Psychology, Religion, Sociology
and Anthropology, and Theatre.
Bachelor of Science Degrees are available in Biology,
Chemistry, Criminal Justice, Education, Fish and Wildlife,
Management, Mathematics, and Physical Education.
Besides the Bachelor Degrees, Wesleyan offers many
special Academic programs such as Cooperative Education,
Continuing Education, Internship, and Independent Studies.
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Rrch Wrlknm doubts rf ull the lnfurnmtlon wall sunk nn by tomorrow mormng.
Dr Tucker provem that teachers use the Llbrury
Garber Ch.1pcl rs the largest classroom at NCWC, ll also servcn us the Chapel
Pam Prlce and Amla Burley after u day rn the computer lab.
NCWC Moving with the time
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constantly keeps up with current trends and needs
of the students,
Changes for next year include the following:
8:00 a.m. classes on Tuesday and Thursday
instead of 8:30. a new computer science major and
various new classes offerings.
Future plans include a special education major.
and having minors.
Daitd Langlots relaxes between pledge chores
Students take a minute to chat between classes
Dr Finney gtxes his students an account of the French Retttluttort
Nlark Barbuur catches up un his fgetvrtuttttes assignment
The Library is one ot' the must popular places In study
From the flrst day of class to the last exam a
student s day IS fllled wlth HCIIVIIIGS One of the
brggest problems a freshman runs mto IS
dlSCOVCI'll'lg that there are only twenty four hours
rn a day not forty elght However after the flrst
semester most freshmen become seasoned pros at
balancmg thelr trme between studymg and
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Twentieth Century Rubsia is not a class to be taken lightly
The learning lab provides an opportunity for mtudents to bru5h up in arms in which they .irc insult
James Gill works on an experiment for Chemistry
The Music Department offers many opportunities for its majors
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Biology is one class that requires a lot of time and a lot of notetaking.
Layne Honeycult gels ready to hi! the water before Sailing Class.
Even though he is only a freshman, Don has already decided his major, which is Criminal Justice.
A rzirily anywhere is a clean desk.
Ted Ashby and Dr. Johnson discuss further assignments,
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When one enrolls in NCWC, they are
more than likely assigned a room in one of
the four dorms on campus. Living in a dorm
can be quite an experience especially if you
have always had a room of your own at
home and have suddenly found yourself
sharing a 9 by 12 room with a stranger.
Other changes include waiting in line for the
shower and doing your own laundry,
Dorm life is not all bad. One of the best
things is all the friends you make. Midnight
rap sessions would not be complete without
popcorn popping in the background, stereos
blaring all hours ofthe night, and the faint
sound of laughter and the buzzer buzzing up
a storm. Studying just does not seem right
unless you are doing it in a group. Memories
of everyone's home away from home will
never leave us. South, Nash, Edgecombe,
and North, we will never forget you. Can
you say, "I like calling N.C. Wesleyan
ffl Residents at North have mixed reactions on the
score of the Superbowl.
1542 Susan Smith demonstrates the Favorite studying
position at NCWC.
33 The normal state ofthe desks in most residents'
41 Amber, Christyle, Sharon and Wendy surprise
Brenda with a cake on her birthday
42 Danny Miller shows off his pet bear and tiger.
63 Willie Arrington and Lisa Bramlet share a laugh.
94 Angela Chestnutt relaxes in the lobby after classes.
M5 Maria Thanos pretends to enjoy doing her laundry.
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With the new manager, Scott
Myers, the Cafeteria and Snack Bar
got a new lift. New entree's and
special dinners like the Western
Night was one of the highlights of
The Cafeteria and Snack Bar, which
is run by Saga, was also a means of
employment for some students.
Senior, Sybil Driggers got a lot of
work experience as Student
Manager of the Cafeteria. After
graduation the on-the-job-training
enabled Sybil to land a job at St.
Andrews as their Cafeteria
Next Fall students will see some
changes in the Cafeteria,
remodeling and rearranging promise
to be a pleasant surprise to the
returning students. '
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Karen Higgins wonders what is on her fork,
The Cafeteria was it gathering spot in between classes.
Sybil and David share a moment before the cleanup begins.
Dr. Ketchiff and Dr. Celucci lake a break to eat in the Snack Bar,
Jennifer looks on as her neighbors ponder on the ingredients of the
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N.C. Wesleyan packs up and hits the road i
Besides moving in and moving out, Wesleyan students always seem to
be packing up to go somewhere. Regular holidays always bring up the
worries of: how am I getting home, will there be enough room in the
car for my stuff, and last but certainly not least, do I have enough
money to get there? Besides going home many trips are planned
throughout the year. Fraternities and Sororities have beach weekends
and Dr. Davis sponsors a trip to Europe in the summer.
The hardest part of packing is at the end of the year when you try to
find room for all the stuff you have accumulated throughout the year. 73 if "
The sad part is saying good-bye to everyone and the best part is that
good-bye is for the summer.
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lihe game room provided students
with a place to relax and engage in
some friendly competition, With
papers to write, chapters to read,
and tests to take, students
sometimes found that they need a
break and the game room provided
Equipped with a pool table, ping
pong table, pinball and video games,
the game room gave students a
variety of activities to choose from.
The student body's skill was put to a
test when a video tournament was
held in the Spring.
Beef enjoys 11 video game,
Patricia Jones vias quite an ace at ping pong,
Ed Nixon said he really enjoyed the game
Susan Smith out to eliminate her opponent
Joe gels into Speak Easy. one ol the pinball
The Wesleyan seal adorns one of the walls in
the game room.
1982-1983 News Brief
The year at hand 1982-1983 was like looking to the
sky and seeing the beginning of a rainbow after a
long storm. Unemployment, inflation, Social
Security, defense spending, El Salvador, and cuts in
Social programs were hot subjects for the Reagan
Administration. Although things looked bad in
19821 1983 showed some improvements. People
began to hope again that things would get better.
Other newsbreaking items were: John DeLorean's
attempt at a deal to save his financially troubled
new car and the many deaths that occurred during
the year including Leonard Brezhnef, Princess
Grace, and Karen Carpenter, to name a few.
Lawsuits splattered the headlines. The Bee Gee's
were sued for plagarism concerning the Saturday
Night Fever smash "How Deep Is Your Love". Paul
McCartney was sued by his illegitimate daughter
and even Donahue was not safe.
Democrats began getting ready for the 1984
elections with Walter Mondale in the lead followed
by John Glenn and Gary Hart.
In sports, the Washington Redskins won the
Superbowl by beating the Miami Dolphins. In
basketball, N.C. State was at the top. In a night
that made the Wolfpack famous, they beat Houston
54-52 on their way to become the National
Besides, NC State, perhaps the biggest story of
them all concerns the Environmental Protection
Agency which has been charged with
mismanagement of its Superfund which goes to
clean up the largest hazardous waste sites in the
All in all, 1982-1983 shows the beginning of better
things to come. It was definitely a year that will
not be easily forgotten, especially for the loyal
Anne Burford, former administrator of the EPA
The dream that led to disaster
Walter Mondale and Ted Kennedy
Which one will be the Democratic nomination for the Presidency'
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fad's and favorites
New trends and styles came into the year with the
reappearance of the mini skirt and the appearance ofthe
"valley girl" on the last coast.
Movie goers saw such hits as Rocky III, Tootsie, Officer and
a Gentleman, EI Sophie's Choice, High Road to China, and
Two mini-series that got viewers hooked on television were the
Winds of War and The Thorn Birds. Regular series favorites
were: Dynasty, Dallas, Hill Street Blues, Fame, and Cheers.
1983 also marked the end of M'A"'S"H which had run for
Good Music was provided by: Toto, Michael Jackson, Lionel
Richie, Rick Springfield, Styx, Prince, and Daryl Hall and
John Oates. While 1982-83 saw the break up of the Doobie
Brothers, it saw the appearance of Men at Work and the
controversial Culture Club.
Members of the hit series M'A'S'H which came to an end
Richard Gere and Debra Wringer scored big in Officer and a
Sean Connery returned as 007
Boy George and the contraversial Culture Club.
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The year of 1982-83 proved to be u year
of success for the Battling Bishops at NC.
Wesleyan College. Soccer, basketball.
volleyball. baseball, softball, and tennis all
had good seasons.
While we are speaking of success and
good seasons, we have to go in more detail
about the men's basketball team. This years
highlights included: winning the Wesleyan
Invitational Tournament, recording the
school's first victory over a Division I team
CVMI 58 to 471, and beating first place tin
the conferencel St. Andrews by S1 to 61 in
a memorable night in Everette Gymnasium.
Volleyball also had a good year that
ended with the Lady Bishops capturing
second place in the conference. Softball
captured third place this year. With both
teams having the majority of their players
returning better things are on the way for
the Lady Bishops.
Another major highlight of this year was
the baseball team who ended up with a
super record. This record included winning
the Conference title, the South Atlantic
Regional Crown and coming in third place
at the World Series in Ohio.
In conclusion, Wesleyan athletes put
together a .612 winning percentage over
past seasons making it the highest
percentage ever for NCWC.
The Lady Bishops hold a Christopher Newport runner at second
Soccer practice started in the fall and the effort showed during the
season with three-quarters of the team returning things look great
Richard Niattocks takes a breather during the regional
tournament held at Rocky Mount Stadium. He signed with the
tlinkees at the end ofthe season.
With the winning season this year everyone was Proud to be a
Frank Brown warms up before a game. He and Eddie McKay
were elected co-captains for next year
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Thc crowd has a definite .tllect on any type ol
sporting event This year a new group hit thc
stands at Wesleyan Some culled them the
"Ble.tcher Bums". while others just called them
Plain Crazy: lt all started with it plan by Lu.-Xnn
Walters and Chaz Foley to raise school spirit .ind
get more students involved at the basltetball
games. To mal-te this plan work, they approached
the baseball team and other students who liked lit
get involved in cheering their Tylighty Bishops on.
and presto -f the "Bleacher Bums" were born. All
through the gym. one could hear the familiar cries
of: "You and your momma and you can go" or
"Captain ---- Crunch". .lust to name a fewx Not to
mention the famous "time out py ramid". The
Battlin' Bishops were led on by' the crowd
participation. sometimes elimaxing a game in a
run to mid court to hug the players and do a
Washington Redskin Special.
The "Bleacher Bums" were not the only' people
in the stands. Record numbers of faculty. students.
and alumni. not to leave out area citizens and
parents. crowded in the gym to cheer the Bishops
to victory. The year 1982-1983 proved that
NCWC has school spirit and is not afraid to show
it The Dissenter would like to give photo credit to
Clifton Barnes. Clay' Andrews. and Joe Burnette
for picture als -1, 5, and 7.
Dr and 'ylrs Petteway showed up to cheer thc Bishops in
ytctory against St -Xndrews
'ylilse flush" DeLeonc hams it up for the crowd
During the tournament, some students showed their team spirit
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This was a year of building for the men's soccer team. Out of
a 26 man roster, 20 were in their first year of collegiate
competition. Matched against some of nations best Division I
teams, the soccer team gained needed playing experience.
The soccer team finished the season with a 6-12-l overall
record. Scott Preston was named to the 1982 Dixie
Intercollegiate Athletic Conference All Conference Team.
Four other players received honorable mention for all
conference honors: Tom Heuring, Thomas Cox, Rohan
Naraine, and Larry Gaydos.
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direction of new head coach Sue Daggett t
kept their winning tradition alive. With the
returning players and the composition of the 1 W -
"Lansdowne Line", it was tough to defeat Q ' ' ,
the Lady Bishops. The season was not i ' , - 1, ' i
perfect, but the powerful squad finished in a Q1
strong second place behind UNC- ' .
Greensboro. The only two seniors on the
squad, Beth Hayes and Lisa Williams, were
named to the DIAC All-Tournament team.
Hayes, along with high school foe. Kim
Cooper. were named to the first team All-
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Terry Wright powers up two points for the Bishops as players look on.
Battlin' Bishops find time to ham it up before game in the South Atlantic
Regionals in Roanoke, Va.
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Bottom row fl to rj: Daniel Wright,
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Mark Hunter, and Tony Wright. Top
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season tournament. lt was a year accomplished with
togetherness a major lactor within our group, and without it,
we may not have had such a successful year.
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A1 the end of the season, the following awards were
All D1AC11st team1 ,. ,. Terry Wright
All DIAC Tournament ,. . , . Terry Wright
Clay .'XlTdFC1KN,L11Tl.1 .loe Burnette,
All NABC District. ... .,. , .Terry
All NCAA South .'X1l1il'111C Regional Tournament
At the Athletic Banquet, Jeff Hood received
M.V,P, The Dissenter would like to give photo
credit for pictures I, 2. and 4 to Clilton Barnes,
Building Year for LADY BI
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l9X' IQU was tbulldlng we tr lor the
Ladx Btshops New players and returmng
pltxers htd to adlust to one another whlle
Coach Farrell had to put me plawers
together that eould get the job done The
glrlx newer gate up plating eaeh game to
the llnal buzzer Season hlghllghts meluded
Brehop wma our Bennette Greenbboro and
Chmtopher Newport At the end of the
seamon All Conferenee Second Team Awards
went to Robe Edmonds and Denlbe Jordan
Rone Edmonds was also awarded most
valuable player at the Athletle Banquet
Wtth most ol the team returnmg next year
thmgs look good for the LADY BISHOPS'
Rose Ldmondx w xtehex as um mt re pomtx are
seored for the Bushopx
Rose lung gnu up tor two rbalnxl Lhmt vphcr
Brenda Nlalhnx Quardf. agulnst the wut ul bvundx
The ladx Bxshops lxxten altentnelx as Lnaeh
Iwrrell explunx the strxtegx
bherrl Webb jumps hugh lor powesxlon ul tht
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This year's baseball team went the distance. Starting
practice in the Fall and finishing the season in the
Summer, they were truly year around athletes dedicated to
their sports. All the hard work paid off though, the
Battling Bishops won the Conference title, the Regional
title, and captured third place in the nation.
Much ofthe success of this year's team is said to go to the
excellent pitching squad. This squad played a key role in
the outcome ofthe Regional Tournament when the Bishops
literally out pitched Lynchburg College. Another factor in
the success was the team's togetherness and the leadership
of captains Willie Arrington and Toby Holiday.
With two-thirds of the players returning next year, things
look good for the baseball team in 83-84.
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There was a softball season
this year although few saw a
game. Rain and snow caused
many of the games to be can-
celled or postponed, conse-
quently, because of the weath-
er's effect on the softball field
not one home game was
played on the Wesleyan camp-
us this year. Instead of the
school field, a city field on Co-
key Road and Southwest High
School's field was used.
The weather did not spoil the
season though, with ten new
players and new Coach, Sue
Daggett, the Bishops captured
third place in the Conference.
All Conference awards went to
Gail Puryear and Joyce
Young. Joyce Young also was
on the all tournament team
and received the MVP award
at the Athletic Banquet.
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Karen Higgins connects against Christopher Newport College.
After their victory, the Bishops shake hands with the Captains.
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When one thinks of Spring, tennis is one of the first
things that comes to mind. When one thinks of playing
tennis, warm sunny days are taken for granted. This year's
team was in for an awakeningg the weather played havoc
with their schedule and many practices were conducted in
the rain. The team stuck together though and with the
guidance of Coach Toombs assisted by Patel, a lot of fun
and victories were the rewards.
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1983 Tennis Team Kneeling L to R Marie Hagan. Tony Johnson, Reggie
Sagadraca. Rook Soratana, Standing Scott Kelsey, Al Herr, Rich Will,
Gary Hunter, Rick Huskins, Patel, Coach Toombs.
Marie Hagan eyes the competition.
Patel was a great asset to the team this year.
Reggie Sagadraca prepares for the return.
Scott Kelsey was elected MVP this year.
Coach Toombs prepares for another one of his awesome returns.
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Coach David Toombs is the coach of the tennis team. He graduated from
Radford University with a BS and MS in Health and Physical Education. Next
year besides tennis, Coach Toombs will also be coaching the new women's
Coach John McCarthy is the coach of the Men's Basketball team which had
the best season ever this year in the history of NCWC. He graduated from the
college of William and Mary with a BA in History and a Master in Education.
Coach Tony Ferrell is the coach'of the Men's Soccer team which is currently
in a rebuilding season. Coach Ferrell graduated from Campbell University
with a BA in physical education and a Master's in Education. Besides coaching
soccer, Coach Ferrell serves as the Athletic Trainer.
Carolrnti .1tCh.1pel Hill with .1 BA .md Mahler s in Physieal
Edumtron Coach Fox eoaeheb the baseball team ln hu fmt
WCJI' it NCWC he eontrnued the winning tradition by winning:
the Rs.g1on.1lCrown .ind eapturmg third plane in the Nation lor
NC XA Division lll Schools
Coreh L.1ur1Fn.rrelleo1ehes womenx
basketball Shi. grtxdu tied Irom C impbell
University with L1 BA in Physietil fzduedtlon .ind A
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York with .1 BS in Physical Edueatron from ilhlud md 1
'Master 5 in PhyQiC.1l Edueation from bxrrtuse L nixersrtx Xt
Wesleyan Codeh Ddggett eotthes both tht xmrmnx
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Cheerleaders raise the Bi hop Spirit
This year's Cheerleaders were on the top with their new
uniforms and exciting half-time routines. The Cheerleaders
raised the school spirit at NCWC.
Everyone knows how much a difference that a crowd can make
in a game and this years cheerleaders rited our home crowd up to
support the Bishops. Although not oftened thanked, we all
appreciated the cheerleaders for their enthusiasm.
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1982-83 Bishop Cheerleaders.
Pam Price cannot believe the referee's last call.
The Cheerleaders: Scott King, Joyce Free, Angela Gilliam, Pam Price, Rhonda
Lasiter, Reggie Sagadracca, Anita Bailey, Anna Surmaj, Robin Lane and Dee
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Senior, James Gill. Many students participated in
activities year round. Some sports offered were
basketball, softball, and football. Other activities
throughout the year were a ping pong tournament
and a super athlete weekend.
The year ended with the annual Intramurals
Banquet in which students were awarded for their
achievements and participation.
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, Mark congratulates Kelly on her plaque
James Gill opens the banquet with .i speech
ntramural a Student Exercise
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To make any school umque you need
spectal people to get thxngs rolhng At
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our sen1ors who have shared four years of
memorles w1th us 1n the fall comes a neyy
group of students fylled vuth excttement and
ldeas to take therr place
Wesleyan glves us a chance to l1ve an
grow tn a famlly eny1ronment There are no
strangers on the campus only frlends ou
have yet to be lntroduced to
At Wesleyan you have a chance to meet
people from all parts ofthe eastern
forexgn countrles Last year students came
from Germany Japan and Indra to name a
As the old saymg goes xt IS not the
bulldmgs but the people that make a school
great but the people at Wesley an make us
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James Gull and Cee Thort n pose forthe camera betyycen cla se
Layne Honeycutl Llbby Brrd ong and Patnua Jones ham ll up
for the camera
Tony Stroud and lxar n Hlgglfli yur h the soccer ame intensely
as they keep the score and stan nes
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We finally made it! - the exclamation of
most of the Senior class this year. Many
seniors found it hard to believe that this was
their last year at college. Although some plan
to continue their education, the majority of the
class was concerned with getting a job.
Economic times and high unemployment were
major concerns to this class of 1983.
This year the Senior Class had the
distinction of being the largest class NCWC
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leadership roles in man3 clubs and
organizations and they will be greatly missed
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Dale Richter and Mike lleidig discuss lulurc plans
Steve Felton checks the prices ofthe books he will need
Liz Satterfield and her mother applaud another Wesleyan
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Holly Abramson June Blankenship Michael Butler Loretta Cooper Kathy Diemer Lynne Forbes
John Alford Patricia Bowers Terri Castonquay Shelly Costello Janet Edwards Larry Gabriel
Brenda Amerson Frank Brown Don Clark Daphcne Crrsafullx Mary Ellis Kellie Griffin
Willie Arrington Joe Brunctla Timothy Clark Gloria Daniels David Ezzell Marty Gurganus
Anita Baxly Lellon Bryant Gus Cobb Donna Dawes Lynne Ezzell Virginia Hahn
Jumes Baugh Christopher Bullock Karen Consolt Mike Dawson Steve Felton Debrina Hall
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class of 1984. With graduation hopefully
next spring, many spent their time looking
over their transcripts figuring out what
classes they will need to finish.
Besides graduation Juniors had many
other concerns, one was cuts in financial
aid. With only one year left to go, some
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to finish. The Job Market was also a con-
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many considered changing their majors to
get a job. All in all, the juniors were happy
to know that they have almost made it and
look forward to next year.
One ol' the busiest people inthe Class of 1984 frog is always on lhe go
Amy Mndgelt enjoys the pig at the pig pickin
Shelly Costello the junior representative for Homecoming with her
escort Blaine Lewis
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taking mostly basic college courses. Many .N '-- -
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rofessors who give
The teachers at Wesleyan are one of the reasons that make NCWC a
special place. All of the faculty are ready and willing to help any
student if they have a problem. Many besides teaching are advisors
for campus organizations or active in community affairs.
The Dissenter was unable to get photographs of some members of the
faculty. we would like to stress that they were not forgotten and that
their names will be listed on the last page ofthe faculty section
Dr. Raymond Bauer
Coach of Skeet Team
Mathematics and Computer Science
Dr. Marshall A. Brooks
Chairman of the Education Department
Dr. Deborah Butler
Dr. Joseph Cellucci
Dr. Paul J. deGategno
Chairman of the English Department
Chairman of Physical Education Department
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Dr Hnmanbhoo V Nawdngul
Chemlstry and Physlcal Suence
Phillip I. Prager
July 14, 1951
November 14, 1982
The smallest sprout shows there
is really no death. And if there was
it led toward life, and does not wait
at the end to arrest it. And ceas'd
the moment life appear'd all goest
onward and outward, nothing col-
lapses. And to die is different from
what any one supposed, and
"Song of Myself"
QFebruary 1983 Aspectsj
"Although I barely knew him, I
have chosen to give a brief summa-
tion of what I saw in Phillip I.
Prager. Brief it must be to be in
unison with the time I knew him,
Can you remember that boyish
smile? Can you remember that
lanky stride? Did you see that will
to live and determination? These
are some of my impressions of
what he was,
Teaching was his profession, but
living life to the fullest indeed
must have been his hobby. For the
students in the business depart-
ment he stood out as the symbol of
a youthful business teacher, Al-
ways moving ata fast pace. just as
business most certainly does. For-
ever greeting you with a smile ac-
companied by a hint of sparkle in
his eyes. Hiding his troubles from
the world. for surely he had some
being careful not to let them tar-
nish his personality. When he was
teaching he was there with his
whole heart and soul. Sharing his
vivacious personality and knowl-
edge with his students,
In saying farewell to Mr. Prager,
I will say that l'll live my life to the
fullest. I will enjoy the living for
death sometimes comes as a sur-
prise. Often it is not anticipated."
Excerpts taken from a stu-
dents view in the December
14, 1982 issue of the Decree
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Dr. Leverell T, Smith, .lr
Dr. Nliirthii Smith
Religion und Campus Minister
Dr. Steven Smith
Advisor of NERDS
Dr. Lyle Willhite
Chairman ol' Business Department
Advisor of Phi Beta Lambda
Elected Professor ofthe Year
Dr. Stephen Wilson
Director of: Wesleyan Singers and Pro Xrte
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Ellis Duane Davis - Criminal Justice
Linda Flowers - English
Kenneth A. Hovey - English
Dr. Robert Little - Criminal Justice
Dr. Mike McCully - English and Director of Developmental
Jack W. Moore - Philosophy and Religion
Dr, Shirley Raines - Education
David Smith - Hotel 8: Food Management
Dr. Donna Starling - Psychology
Dr. Mary Lou Steed - Sociology
Col. Edward Wiltrakis - Mathematics
If anyone is not listed, the Dissenter apologizes.
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Phi Beta Lambda . . . As ects . Decree . . . Omicron Delta Ka a . .- i
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eta Lambda Aspects Decree
Sigma Phi Delta still busy as ever
Sigma Phi Delta is a social sorority. It's purpose is to
establish a mutual Sisterhood which will encourage
friendship and share common goals of living and working
together for the benefits of the college. Sigma Phi Delta's
membership eligibility does not discriminate against race,
creed or color.
Traditional Functions: Wesleyan Women's Tea, Mr.
Wesleyan Contest, Alumni Homecoming Cocktail, Parents
Weekend Hostesses, Halloween Costume Party, calling lines
for soccer games, and throwing off-campus parties.
Work Projects: Valentine's Day Carnation Sales,
Homecoming Carnation Sales, Half-time Basketball shoot,
Bake sales, car washes, slave sales, and throwing off-campus
Service Projects: Painting picnic tables, Hostessing for
Band and Chorus concerts, Heart and Cancer Fund Crusades,
and throwing off-campus parties.
Officers for 1982-83
President: Debra S. Libby-Spotsylvania, VA
Vice President: Cynthia D. Stallings-Henderson, NC
Secretary: Amy C. Midgett-Manteo, NC
Treasurer: Julie Toelle-Reston, VA
Pledge Mistress: Priscilla A. Rickenbacker-Grover, NC
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amma Phi is still alive
Nu Gamma Phi is not just another
Greek organization on campus, they are
a group of guys willing to roll with the
punches and accomplish many goals.
They provide activities to involve
students as well as the faculty. Each
year the brotherhood of Nu Gamma
Phi sponsors the professor of the year
poll, this helps develop good rapport
among students and professors. This
years winner was Dr. Willhite. Nu
Gamma Phi also sponsors many parties
involving all who will participate.
Each year a new sweetheart is choseng
this year's sweetheart was Anna
Surmaj. The sweetheart helps mold the
brothers by giving support and a
helping hand. The brothers also have
little sisters. The little sisters play an
important role to the fraternity. They
are special girls chosen by the brothers
to help support their organization. Yes,
the name of Nu Gamma Phi will be
remembered. The brothers of the past
and present maintain good close
relations and uphold the brotherhood.
The name and song of Nu Gamma Phi
will never die.
l22gNu Gamma Phi
Homecoming representative and this year's sweetheart, Anna Surmaj and her boyfriend, Phi brother Chaz Foley
Scott King gets a piece of the action from Andy Hobby.
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This year P1 Kappa Omega ach1evedthe1r highest goal which
was to go national This was accompllshed with a lot of hard
work by all the members but all the work paid off ln the Spring
when an ll'llIl21I1Ol'l ceremony officially changed P1 Kappa Ome
ga to Sigma P1
Besides gomg national Slgma P1 members were involved in
all aspects of the college Some were leaders in other campus
organizations for instance Steve Felton was the prime organlz
er for Ph1 Beta Lambda Reggie Sagadraca was co captain of
the Cheerleaders and Jeff Tabel was a member of the varslty
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' Scott and N13I'ld smile for the camera
Putrlcm Joneu wus named .1 little sister 1n 1983
Members of Slgmu P1 1983
Mike, Danny. and Frank get ready to roll around
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resident. Reggie Sugadraca
The 1982-83 academic year brought in a
new group of enthusiasm for Theta Alpha
Phi. T.A.l?'s primary concern of providing
quality theatrical productions for the
NC. Wesleyan campus, and community
was upheld throughout the year due
largely in part to a group of newly
Three primary productions were offered
during the year. The fall offered Stephen
Sandheims musical comedy "A Funny
Thing Happened On The Way To The Fo-
rum". The large cast consisted of a
unique combination of not only students
but also faculty members. Coupled with
such a large endeavor were the one-acts
provided by the acting and directing
classes under the supervision of TAR
advisor Phyliss Gitlin.
The Spring semester started with an un-
usual twist. Ira Levine's psycho-drama
was presented as the final senior project.
Ending the theatrical year was Paul Zin-
del's "Miss Reardon Drinks A Little" fea-
turing a cast of newcomers, T.A.P
The 83-84 academic year promises more
theatrical endowments. Always popular, a
musical will be offered in the fall along
with student one-acts and directing
projects. A drama is in preparation as an
opener for the spring semester. ln lue of
TAP pledge to provide theatrical exper-
iences for not only the N.C. Wesleyan
campus, but also the surrounding commu-
nity, a childrens theatre production con-
sisting of TAP. members and other inter-
ested individuals will tour surrounding
grammar schools in order to share and ex-
pand the theatre experience. Other activi-
ties for TA.P include new members,
sponsorship of the Freshman Orientation
dance, and other theatrical promotional
Omicron Delta Kappa is a national
leadership honorary fraternity. It is
composed of outstanding young men
and women who have proved them-
selves academically and participated
in extra-curricular activities. Selec-
tions are made from the junior and
senior classes by the members. Mem-
bership announcements are made at
the Honor Convocation held in the
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Aspects is the literary magazine on the campus.
Aspects publishes poetry and short stories written
by either students or faculty. Everyone is urged to
contribute their writing for Aspects and
membership is also open to all.
Members of the 1982-83 Aspects: Marie
Hagan, Bernetta Thorne, Dr. Ketchiff tadvisorj
The Gospel Explosion
Started by Isaic Hodge about four years ago the Gospel Ex- sing the gospel. Besides just gathering in the interfaith lounge
plosion has been a building success. The Gospel Explosion the Gospel Explosion performed at many churches and reli-
gives students a chance to get together with other students and gious events.
Board of Commissioners
The Botird of Commissioners is one ol' the controlling bodies Sonic ol' thc mcnibcrs ol' tlic Boaird ol' Coininissioncrs tire
of the Student Government Association. Commissioners rcpre- pictured below. They girc: Nliirtie Bairbour. fini Nlucci, Terri
sent all aspects ot' college rind bring that groups concerns to Cgistonguny, Ken N1urchinson,Tony Stroud. and ,liimcc 0.11,
the Executive Brunch of thc Student Government.
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The Community Counsel gives
Students, Faculty, and Administrators ti
chance to get together and discuss
problems. affecting Wesleyan us ii
Blaine Lewis. Dr Ccllucci, Dr Little, Shelly Cos-
tcllo. Bob Kcndell. Dr Shtirer, Hcth ll.iycs, Dr
Pi Sigma Phi : PE Majors Club
Pi Sigma Phi is an honorary organi-
zation for Physical Education Ma-
jors. To become a member, one must
pass a physical fitness test given each
One ol the main purposes of Pi Sig-
ma Phi is to help contribute to the
profession of Physical Education.
This purpose is achieved by career
night which has guest speakers in all
areas of Physical Education.
Besides career night, Pi Sigma Phi
members work as volunteers at Spe-
cial Olympics every Spring.
Alpha Theta Chapter of Theta Al-
pha Kappa, a national honor society
of Thelogy and Religious Studies.
Theta Alpha Kappa sponsors many
guest lecturers for students. To be-
come a member, a students must have
completed 12 hours of study in Reli-
gion-Philosophy and accumulated a B
lst row L-R: Debby Libby, Walker Edge. Lisa Williams. Patricia Jones. 2nd row L-R: Coach Scalf1AdvisorJ, Dale
Richter. Liz Satterfield, Jean Edge tAdvisorJ.
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lor all thc little things thex do that go
unnoticed by most. but are viewed by some.
the 1982-X3 Dissentcr is dedicated to Vickie
Faircloth and l inda Nlcfartliy.
Vickie lfaircloth has been employed with
the College lor one year as N1 r. fiarlow's sec-
retary and also manages the daily operation
ol the Student Lile Office, Besides hcr regu-
lar duties. Vickie also helps the Admissions
and Financial Aid Offices with various
projects throughout the year.
Vickie isa l9X0 graduate ol N15 W. Chris-
tian Academy and is working on her Associ-
ate's Degree in Business Administration at
Nash Technical College.
Linda McCarthy is the Sports Informa-
tion Director lor the College. Her duties in-
clude keeping the statistics for all players ol'
all the Athletic teams at NCWC. Mrs. Mc'
Carthy is also Sports Information Director
for the Dixie Conference, VFY Advisor, and
a member of nationwide College Sports In-
A picture ol' Mrs. McCarthy was unavail-
able for the yearbook.
The yearbook stall' would like to give a
special thank you to Mrs. McCarthy for all
her help in the Sports section and to Vickie
for conquering the large task of typing the
On January 20, 1983 a new organiza-
tion on campus was formally approved.
This organization was Phi Beta Lambda
QPBLJ which is a national business orga-
nization for all students interested in the
world of business.
For a first year organization at
NCWC, PBL did not rest for a minute.
The following is a list of the year's ac-
February 7-l l-Nash County had a
Business Awareness Week. Jim Jaffin
from I-Iardee's International was the
guest speaker. He spoke on International
Affairs with I-Iardee's Restaurant.
March 25-27-The Phi Beta Lambda
State Leadership Conference was held
in Greensboro. Thirteen members at-
tended the conference and three were
winners. The winners were: lst place in
Accounting II, Marc Harris, Znd place
in the Mr. Future Business Executive.
Mike Smithson, and Lisa Barnes placed
5th in Economics.
April 25-PBL had its Installation
Service which had Jerry Fedda as the
guest speaker. Mr. Fedda is from Cham-
pion International. Lynn Chapplear, who
is the State Secretary for PBL, was also
April 26-A PBL carnival was held to
raise money to send Marc Harris to San
Francisco to the National Convention
and to start an annual Phil Prager Schol-
.Iuly-Marc Harris won first place in
Accounting II at the National PBL Con-
ference held in San Francisco.
Other accomplishments included: be-
ing awarded an Exemplary Service
Award as a first year organization on
campus at the Honors Convocation, and
holding a Fantasy Trip Raffle in which
Laurel Smithson was the winner.
As the official student Newspaper at
NCWC the Decree gives students a
chance to express their opinions on var-
ious topics. The Decree reports on all
aspects of college life. It gives informa-
tion, offers a column for advice on per-
sonal problems and reaccounts the per-
formances of our athletic teams.
Anyone interested in reporting or
writing is encouraged to join the Decree.
P Y Club
The Psychology Club at NCWC was
extremely active this year. Guest Lec-
turers on many topics visited the campus
on a regular basis to talk to the members.
Regular discussions were also planned
by the members. The year was ended
with a pizza party at Pizza I-Iut. Anyone
interested in psychology or wonders
what makes the mind think the way it
does should sign up for the Psychology
Alpha Delta Chi was the first fraterni-
ty chartered at NCWC. Although the
Chi's have gone through a couple of dry
years, this year proved the Chi's are still
alive and kickin'. With a big pledge class
and a lot of new members with a lot of
new ideas, look for big things from the
Chi's in 1984.
One of the major events sponsored by
the Black Awareness Club is Black
Awareness Week. This year many guest
speakers were invited to the campus and
a fashionftalent show was held. The club
tries to provide activities which will help
enlarge the awareness of the college
community black culture. All are invited
to participate in any of the Club's activi-
Bicycle Racing Club
The Bicycle Racing Club at NCWC provides students interested in the sport of bicycle
racing, a chance to participate in regional and national bicycle races.
All students interested. who are active in bicycle racing, are invited to join the club. In
addition to racing, the club also speaks to civic and youth groups on bike racing and safety
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The road to the World Series was hard
and long with a few bumps thrown in
After winning the Conference title the
team received a bid for the South Region
al Baseball Tournament held in Rocky
Mount Other teams participating in the
tournament were Lynchburg Methodist
and Salisbury State College
Although the Bishops started out beat
ing Salisbury State in their openlng game
they lost to Lynchburg College causing
them to have to battle out of the losers
bracket As they say when the gomg gets
tough the tough get gomg and Wesleyan
proved to be just that In the finals our
pitching team literally outprtched Lynch
burgs pitchers and won the South region
In Ohio the Bishops started out beating
Eastern Conn which was the 1982 de
fending champion However this victory
was not without cost During the game
i designated hitter and relief catcher Mike
Desola broke his wrist
Things went allright in the second
game with the Bishops conquering Otter-
bien 17-4. After a rain delay caused Wes-
leyan to have to sit out two days they
played Otterbien again, The third game
was not as simple as the first two. In the
third inning, sliding into second base,
Toby Holliday broke his ankle and sud-
denly Wesleyan was without a catcher.
Although adjustments were made Wesley-
an lost the game 10 to 9.
After losing to Otterbien the Bishops
played a second game and lost to Mariet-
ta College. The Bishops ended 1982-83
being third in the nation with an overall
record of 38-73 the best baseball season
and record in the school's history.
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Editor 's Notes
Students, Faculty, Administration,
Just a few lines to express the putting together of the
1982-83 Dissenter. Although the year started late and the
book was an extreme rush job, I feel that it represents
Wesleyan's student body as a whole. Some of the pages are
well put together showing that time and energy was put in
its creation. Other pages are apathetic having been tossed
together in a rush.
I would also like to thank Mr. Garlow for his patience in
seeing the book completed. Mary Tom Bass andthe rest of
the Public Information Office for the use of their pictures.
Becky Johnson and Joyce Free for their help in putting
together the book. Last, but not least, Jane Leggett for all
the hours she spent on the yearbook.
In conclusion, I hope you enjoy this year's Dissenter.
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