University of West Georgia - Chieftain Yearbook (Carrollton, GA)

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fii WEST GEORGIA COLLEGE CARROLLTON, GEORGIA 30118 THE CHIEFTAIN ' 81 With an enrollment of some 5,000 students from 36 states and 16 for- eign countries, and a teaching faculty that numbers nearly 300, West Gerogia is a " not too small, not too big " college. The College is located 45 miles west of Atlanta in Carrollton, Georgia, a town of some 18,000. Full and part-time faculty total nearly 300, over 60% of which hold the doctor- ate or other appropriate terminal de- gree. Faculty members come from throughout the nati n and world. More than 300 professional and sup- port staff complement the teaching faculty. West Georgia ' s campus is composed of 400 acres of towering oaks, grassy laws, and thousands of shrubs and flowers, making it one of the most beautiful college scenes any- where. The campus architecture com- bines the old styles from the early A M School days with the most mod- ern designs of today. The campus now includes some 50 structures of learning, residence and recreation which are valued at nearly $40 mil- lion. A free bus service serves the en- tire campus. There are more than 50 registered student organizations on campus, covering a wide variety of interests, from exploring caves and skydiving to lifting weights and debate. West Georgia has chapters of 18 national and social fraternities and sororities on campus. They are active in campus and community activities and provide many opportunities for involvement with with fellow students, " Rush " periods for pledging new members are held at various intervals throughout the academic year. Many religions maintain campus centers which serve the campus community. Ministers and priests are available to serve students through workshop services, personal counseling and group social and service activities. A very active fine arts student activities program includes the Concert Choir, Chamber Singers, Wind Ensemble, Jazz Ensemble and Concert Band. There are also quarterly exhibitions of student art and or theatre production is staged each quarter and student directed one act plays and an opera workshop are annual activities. All students are eligible to audition for such activities and there are a limited number of scholarships in several of these areas. West Georgia College has one of the top debate programs in the United States. In 1979 the WGC team was ranked third in the nation, having placed seven consecutive years among the top teams in the country, including such recognized powers as Harvard and the University of Southern California. Student publications include a weekly news paper, annual literary magazine and annual yearbook. Each of these publications has a student editor and staff. Also, West Georgia has a campus radio station which is managed and operated by students. It provides an alternative form of listening for the student population as well as a valuable tool for those students in the mass communications program. Presently, West Georgia maintains nine resident halls for men and women. Some 2,000 students reside on campus. Most halls are air-conditioned and include such features as a laundry room, study and typing carrels, kitchenettes, and television lounges. History is the originator for West Georgia ' s new logo. The granite memorial pictured above came to the campus from the Mcintosh Reserve located south of Carrollton. Chief William Mcintosh had a large granite stone hewn into steps for his visitors to mount their horses. The 200-year old rock has been on the campus since 1916 when it was moved from the Mcintosh Reserve and used as a cornerstone in a girls ' dormitory. It now rests in a park on Front Campus Drive and symbolizes a " Step up to West Georgia College. " BIRTH OF AN ANNEX And Finally . . . The Dedication Last spring, the West Georgia Col- lege Library was renamed for Irvine S. Ingram, president of West Georgia and the preceeding Fourth District A M School. The West Georgia college library Is one of the most modern, easily ac- cessible, well-stocked libraries In the State of Georgia. The recent expan- sion now gives the four-level struc- ture more than 110,000 square feet of space. It presently houses some 275,000 bound volumes, an extensive reserve of 1,500 magazines from around the nation and world, and nearly 1 million pieces of microtext. It is the district depository for United States government publications. .:. ; ■:,■.:■.■:..:.:,,■,■;;:,.. ' ■ . ' 1 - V, A ■■ - ■• f V There ' s Plenty of Fun for the Big Kids During the Year 10 And the Campus Doesn ' t Sleep in Summer, Either Marching bands, cheerleaders, day camps, drill teams, sports teams, over 6, 000 folks in all! l Tt kl i ' v ' « W ' ' ' " ' ' WHEW! n 12 FACULTY AND 2 H o z 13 OFFICERS of GENERAL ADMINISTRATION Dr. Maurice Townsend PRESIDENT Dr. Tracy Stallings DIRECTOR of COLLEGE RELATIONS Dr. John T. Lewis VICE PRESIDENT NOT PICTURED: Kenneth C. Batchelor, Director of Fiscal Affairs; Bruce W. Lyon, Dean of Student Ser- vices; Richard A. Folk, Director of Instructional and Research Services. 14 GREEKS and ORGANIZATIONS SWEETHEARTS » ' £ir STUDENT GOVT. ASSOC. Executive Officers Seated, from left: Mike Kay (Vice Judiciary), Cheryl D. Lovell (judiciary) Back, from left: Har- mon David Blackwell (Vice President), Emerson S. Moore (SGA Advisor), Gary Ichter (President) f I «« ■ 1 BLACK CREEK COUNCIL [• N li li KAPPA DELTA :n: ' 11 -r ««».— ' % 15 more GREEKS and ORGANIZATIONS STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION Seated, from left: Mark Waters, Adrian Browne, Marcia McCrory, Camillia Johnson, Karia Walker, Louis Amis. Back Row, from left: Dale Brunton, Gregory Hatchett, Bob Garrett, Soloman Thomas, Chris Vollo, Marc Henson. BLACK STUDENT ALLIANCE Executive Council ,v ' 1 .- $M ' ' BLACK STUDENT ALLIANCE ' jP III ANTHROPOLOGY NOT PICTURED: Dr. Morgan Crook, Dr. Dan Juengst, Dr. Lewis Larson, Dr. Karl Steinen. 17 ART Ozzie Binion Cameron Covert k W ' Robert Jobson (NOT PICTURED: Bruce Bobick (chairman), Mary Hogan.) . v Henry Setter Derrill Maxwell 19 BIOLOGY Dexter Byrd Dr. Spencer Hamada Dr. William Maples 20 Dr. Dwight Romanovicz Dr. Carl Quertermus .1 ■f Dr. Virgil Snow (NOT PICTURED: Dr. Arthur Gardner, Dr. Edward Gilbert (chair- man), Robert England, Dr. Fred Hickson.) 21 BUSINESS i 5 ife-- Dr. Siegfried Karsten (chairman, Dept. of Economics) Dr. Carole Scott ECONOMICS NOT PICTURED: ACCOUNTING and FINANCE -Dr. Paul Baker (chairman), Frank Boozer, Steve Busby, Dr. Eugene Poindexter, Naomi Satterfield, Gale Swanson, Dr. William Vandiver. ADMINISTRATIVE SYS- TEMS and BUSINESS EDUCATION -Dr. Donald Crawford, Roberta Gibson, Dr. Noel Powell. ECONOM- ICS -Steven Dickey, Dr. Leiand Gustafson, Dr. Richard Guynn, Willie Lankford, Dr. William Phillips, George Sav. MANAGEMENT and MARKETING - Dr. John Beall, James Carr, Sydney Cook, Dr. Frank Hunsicker (chairman). Dr. J. Mark Miller, Don Nixon, Peter Pih, Dr. Lloyd Southern, Dr. Walter Woods. 22 CHEMISTRY Dr. Glynn Esslinger (NOT PICTURED: Dr. William Lockhart (chairman), Dr. Jack Grogan, Dr. William Nonidez, Dr. Jimmy Stokes) Dr. Latha Barnes 24 EDUCATION NOT PICTURED: DEPARTMENT of EARLY CHILD- HOOD EDUCATION -Dr. Verl Short, (chairman) Dr. Harry Dennis, Dr. Ellen Gruber, Priscilla Wade, Dr. Joan Sanders, Dr. Diane Jennings, Dr. Carl Johnson. DE- PARTNT of MEDIA -Joyce Durand. DEPARTMENT of MIDDLE GRADES EDUCATION and READING -Dr. Dano Faires, Dr. Peggy Steelmon, Dr. Ross Miller, Dr. Lucille Klee, Dr. Mary Creamer, Dr. Thomas Davidson, Dr. Rachel Grogan, Dr. Roy Owen, Mary Davidson. 26 I : m I 1 L • ENGLISH Dr. James Matthews (chairman) Dr. William Doxey James Dahl r Scott Smith 28 Bob Anderson Francie Boerner and Fran Chalfant Huey Owlngs and Dr. Virginia Meehan Dr. |im Murphy How do you define an SENSATION? 29 Dr. Lemuel Norrell Dr. C. Mines Edwards Dr. Bob Reynolds Dr. Paul Bowdre 30 FOREIGN LANGUAGES Ken Sapp Dr. Douglas Hilt (chairman) (NOT PICTURED: Dr. Alex Corriere, Dr. Dotti Joiner, Diane Sharpe.) Dr. Owen Moore 3J Dr. Diaz-Jimeno iPJ ' . ' tj(pi«P ' ' i « M Dr. Kenneth Bunting r x Robert Myer si N I. GEOGRAPHY (NOT PICTURED: John Upchurch (chairman). Dr. lames O ' Malley, Dr. Gerald Sanders, Dr. Anita Wepfer.) 33 GEOLOGY Dr. Johnny Waters (NOT PICTURED: Dr. Sumner Long (chairman). Dr. Richard Sanders, Dr. Vernon Scott.) Dr. Timothy Chowns Thomas J. Crawford 34 HISTORY NOT PICTURED: Dr. George Clarke, Dr. Robert Clax- ton, Dr. Ara Dostourian, Dr. John Ferling, Ted FitzSi- mons, Dr. Richard Folk, Dr. Jim Gay, Dr. Cope Good- win, Dr. James Griffin, Dr. Lynn Holmes, Floyd Hoskins, Hellen Jackson, Dr. Steve Hanser (chairman). Dr. Ben Kennedy, Dr. John Martin, Dr. Mel Steely. 36 COMPUTER SCIENCE and MATH NOT PICTURED: Harriet Bogue, Ray Bogue, Dr. Terrell Baily, Dr. Jim Crowell, Dr. Hwa Suk Hahn, George Mahaney, Dr. James Perry, Dr. Chatty Pittman (chair- man), Sally Robinson, Dr. Thomas Sharp, Karen Smith, Dr. Howard Taylor, Dr. Vernon Zander. I Dr. Alfred Duquette MATH Dr. Edith Maxwell MATH 37 Music Dr. Carl Johnson Dan Bakos Lyster Bass (NOT PICTURED: Robert Coe (chairman), Betty Sue Tolbert, Dr. Gerald Farmer, George Mann, Dr. William Shank.) 38 Bruce Borton Elizabeth Phillips Inge Lundeen 39 PHILOSOPHY Dr. Joel Auble (NOT PICTURED: Dr. David Higgins (chairman). ) Burdette Wantland Dr. Jim Cox 40 PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND RECREATION Diane Benford Robert Reeves Ed Lambert and swimming students (NOT PICTURED: Thomas Learning (chairman), David Dugan, Dot McNabb, Archie White, Billy Gambel, Nancy Moseley, Mary Scudder.) Betty McVaigh 41 PHYSICS Dr. Lucille Garmon Dr. Ben deMayo (NOT PICTURED: Dr. Herman Boyd (chairman), Dr. Bobby Powell, Dr. George Keller.) 42 POLITICAL SCIENCE NOT PICTURED: Dr. Daniel Brantley, Dr. Paul Masters, Val Mixon, Dr. Roald Mykkletvedt, Dr. Elmo Roberds, Charles Scudder, Dr. Don Wagner, Dr. Don Wells (chairman). 43 i PSYCHOLOGY H ! NOT PICTURED: Mike Arons (chairman), Dr. James Barrell, Nancy Anne Boxill, Dr. Don Chandler, Dr. James Klee, Bob Masek, Dr. Henry Moore, Dr. Anne Richards, Dr. Dondrian Rice, Tip Schumrum, Andy Short, Dr. Horace Stewart, Dr. Jim Thomas. % • I SOCIOLOGY ■ ,j»K««TK ' S " trac ?««. V y - d (NOT PICTURED: Conner, Lingamneni, Simons, (Chairman) Da- vis, Dufour, Ian, LaFountain, Mason, Parsons, Poster, Roche.) 45 SPEECH THEATRE (NOT PICTURED: )im Burroughs, Lisa McNerney ; W,l tf , ■- ' Rick Asam Dr. Chester Gibson I i Dr. Oliver Link Walter Ulrich ■t ■ ' X - SPECIAL PROGRAMS ' X 47 The ART Program .; 3«%« 4 I • HK- The past year saw significant additions to the curriculum ' in the Department of Art. Under the direction of Professor Ozzie Binion, Advertising Design was established as an area within the department. Two internships in Advertising Design were established with the Atlanta Center for Creative Services, and one with the Southwire Company in Carrollton. An internship in Fab- ric Design was instituted with the Milliken Company in La- Grange, Ga. A trip to New York City as part of an Art History Semi- nar in which the major art museums were visited, was con- ducted by Professor Dotti Joiner. A total of thirty-two stu- dents made the trip and were fascinated by the " Big Apple " . Other art history and studio classes visited the Bir- mingham Museum of Art in Alabama to view the perma- nent collection and see the travelling exhibition: " Art and Medicine " . A bronze and aluminum foundry was installed under the guidance of Professor Henry Setter. An electric kiln was added to ceramics. A radial arm saw with mitre attach- ments enabled the painting students to frame their work in- expensively. Professor Bruce Bobick spent the summer in Cortona, Italy where he taught two courses in painting for the Uni- versity of Georgia Studies Abroad Program. Art students were active in exhibiting their works during the year. Undergraduate painting students Donna Porschatis and Carol Gee had watercolors accepted in the prestigious " Watercolor, U.S.A. Exhibition " at the Springfriend Art Mu- 48 at WGC seum in Springfield, Missouri. Ms. Porschatis ' work was awarded a purchase award as well. Also Jane Williamson and Donna Brown had watercolor paintings accepted in the Watercolor Society of Alabama Exhibition held at the Bir- mingham Museum of Art. Congratulations to these aspiring professional artists. An Art Career Workshop was held on campus in which 225 high school students from area schools were actively involved, producing art under the direction of the art de- partment faculty. The Art Department provided a total of twenty-two exhi- bitions and lectures during the 1979-80 year. A 171 2 ' X 9 ' ceramic mural entitled " Sporangium Dis- seminating Spores " by Bruce Bobick and Cameron Covert, was completed and installed in the addition of the library. In addition, Henry Setter completed a bronze relief of for- mer WGC president Ingram for whom the library was named. Prepared by Bruce Bobick chairman, Dept. of Art CONTINUING EDUCATION Continuing education is for every age and offered on a non-credit basis for a minimal fee or free. Some courses are co-sponsored with other campus departments as well as the County Extension Agency, the City and County School Systems and other agencies. The 55-65 community service courses held quarterly are classified as personal, social, cultural, recreational, or educational and range from An- tiques to 35mm Photography, with talented persons from the community and college faculty as instructors. Studycades, traditional trips to points of interest, are made regularly ranging from mini-trips to Atlanta for dinner and the theatre to a visit to the North Georgia mountains in the fall. In addition, many business, profes- sional and technical workshops, con- ferences and institutes, which, togeth- er with the short courses, enrolled approximately 7,500 children and adults in various programs last year. A Sampling of those programs is listed below: (Short Courses Community Services): Backgammon, Cathdril Quilting, Chi- na Painting, Pen Ink Drawing, Scuba Diving, Slimnastics and Basic Auto Me- chanics. (Professional Development): The Nurse as a Human, Intimacy and Contact, Pharmacology Update, and Motivation Today. (Children): Children ' s Judo, Georgia Folk Art and History and The Young Scientist. (Business and Government): Accounting for Managers, Principles of Banking, How to Start and Manage a Small Business and Decision making. prepared by Trudy Smith Assist Dir. of Continuing Education and Public Services 50 A WORLD BEYOND THE CLASSROOM SLIMNASTICS ro n o O z 51 FOREIGN j warn w Karen Frasse and Dr. Dotti Joiner Serve Crepes on Language Day Each year the highlight in the Language Department is the visit of Georgia highschool students and teachers to our campus on Language Day. On April 6 we had approximate- ly 280 visitors who enjoyed a lively program of language competitions, an international concert, and cuisine from many lands prepared by our resident chefs — our own facul- ty! In the afternoon it was the students ' turn to present a program of songs, recitations, and dramatic sketches, to the great enjoyment of a capacity audience. Equally successful later in the spring was the international sidewalk cafe ' our contribution to the Fine Arts Festival. During the regular academic year and summer school we offer several mini- blocks in Spanish, French, German, and Latin. These acceler- ated courses offer students greater flexibility in planning their language programs, enabling them to complete the same coursework in half the time. On a social note, our In- ternational Club has met on several occasions, offering stu- dents the opportunity to practice their languages and to meet people from many lands. The small library in the Hu- manities building is available as a congenial meeting place for those interested in foreign languages and music. We look forward to seeing you there! prepared by Douglas Hilt, Chairman department of Foreign Languages 54 LANGUAGES ,- -♦ 4 Over the past several years, the Language Lab has evolved to serve areas other than just Foreign Languages. In addition to maintaining tapes and other learning materials for language students, the lab has extensive holdings in other disiplines as well. Of course when you visit the lab, you will still find students studying Spanish, French, and German. But don ' t be surprised to find others viewing video tapes of speeches; music students listening to the great composers works; even Business Education students transcribing shorthand tapes. The lab is continuing to upgrade its equip- ment and services to better serve both the college and Carroilton com- munities. Language students and faculty enjoy a fall quarter reception. 55 1980 GEOLOGY FIELD TRIP AT ROCKY MOUNTAIN NATIONAL PARK -HIKE TO THE GLACIERS ■3 ' jr. N X N . 56 DEBBIE DEECAN AT 12,000 FT. ROCKY MOUNTAIN NATIONAL PARK Putting up tents in the dark . . . Putting up tents in the rain . . . Sleeping under the stars . . . Cooking in the dark . . . Flies in Utah . . . Blisters from the Grand Canyon hike . Bats at Carlsbad Caverns . . . Fun at Las Vegas Batheing in Hot Springs . . . Getting eaten up by mesquitos at the Great Salt Lake . . . Four days without a shower Geological mapping in Hurricane, Utah (VERY hot) Student impressions were many during the annual geology fieldtrip in August. But there was one thing everybody could agree on: the trip provided some of the most fun they had ever had and they were glad to have gotten through it all. Tim Chowns, associate professor of geology, believes that, un- like other schools. West Georgia provides extensive field experience and cites the four month van truck excursion through the western U.S. as one of the best learning exper- iences that could possibly be provided MASS 58 COMMUNICATIONS 39 The Sound of MUSIC The WGC Jazz Ensemble entertains visitors to the campus. The following optional programs of study are available at WGC: Bachelor of Music in Music Education, Bachelor of Music in Performance, Bachelor of Music in Theory-Composition, Bachelor of Music Degree with emphasis in both Music Edu- cation and Performance. A number of performing groups gain valuable exper- ience by participating in concerts, recitals and tours. They include: the Concert Choir, Chamber Singers, West Georgia Wind Ensemble, Jazz Ensemble, and Op- era Workshop. The Honors Recital provides an opportunity for the exceptional student to perform in the annual Honors Day musical offering based upon their performance record and a faculty-juried audition. 60 at WEST GEORGIA COLLEGE The student chapter of the Music Educator ' s National Conference is an active and important organization for music education majors. This orga- nization frequently sponsors workshops of interest in the field of music education. Delta Mu is an organization comprised of women music majors and minors. This a service organization which assists the Fine Arts Department with many functions, in addition to sponsoring guest recitals. In the competition sponsored by such organizations as GMTA and NATS our students have consistently received high placement and recog- nition. O P E R A W o R K S H O P 61 62 63 SPEECH and THEATRE ONE FLEW OVER the CUCKOO ' S NEST, THE DIARY of ANNE FRANK, and THE SURVIVAL of SAINT JOAN are among past theatre productions. Each fall a major drama is staged for a week-long run. Winter quarter offers major productions such as WHO ' S AFRAID of VIRGINIA WOLFE as well as a festival of student directed one- act plays. m...... Scenes from professor Rick Asann ' s THE LEGEND of the MAGIC BAUBIEJ Winter Quarter, 1980 Music and theatre combine in the spring for a week-long per- formance of a musical such as SOUTH PACIFIC, MAN of La MANCHA, and CAROUSEL. 64 nni STUDENTS (editor ' s note): The 172 students pictured in this section represent less than 10% of the total student enrollment. It ' s little wonder that in many circles West Georgia isn ' t tak- en seriously. 4,000 apathy majors can ' t be wrong! 65 Seniors and Graduate Students ALDRIDGE, Anne, E. Criminal Justice ARMSTRONG, Susan E. Education AUSTIN, Paula History French AYERS, John, L. Physical Education BALDWIN, Brian K. Management BANKS, Cynthia D. Office Administration ' a a . ! W. OKBWW- - ' - ™ BANKS, Terry J. Accounting BLACK, Susan D. Mass Communications BLANDENBURG, Michael R. Accounting X, I 66 HB BONNER, Michele D. Accounting BRAMLET, Jeffrey L. History BROWN, Margaret A. M.Ed. BURCH, Jeanna M. Education CALHOUN, Patricia Business Ed. CHARRING, Joann M.Ed. CHATHAM. )an Office Administration CLARK, Stephanie D. Sociology Comp. Sc. COCGINS, Ellen Elizabeth History 67 COOPER, Rhonda L. Sociology COX, Miriam L. Accounting CRAIG, Elizabeth R. Psychology CRENSHAW, Samuel )., Jr. Mass Communications CREWS, Mary Jane Criminal Justice DENNARD, Patricia A. Sociology 68 DENNARD, Pricilla A. Office Administration DUMAS, Sonya V. Psychology ENTREKIN, Caren Psychology EYKYN, Patricia A. Management FARLEY, Ruby Criminal Justice FERGUSON, Donald Psychology FINCH, Steven J. Management GAMBLE, Lorraine Office Administration GLADDEN, Wade L. Education • r GREEN, Jacquelyn Sociology GREER, James W. M.Ed. GREGORY, Charles P. Management HARRIS, Mark L. Criminal Justice HAZEL, Judith A. Criminal Justice HENDRIX, Patncia D. Psychology HERRELL, Olivia J. Accounting HORNE, Timothy Marketing HORNSBY, luanita Jo Education 69 HOWARD, Patricia Education HUDSON, Nellie Psychology INGRAM, Patricia Math JOHNSON, Camellia A. Political Science JOHNSON, Valariel Education JONES, Dianna I. Psychology JONES, James Geography KELLY, Emily Anne Office Administration KIERBOW, Cheryl M. Office Administration LANGLEY, Ruth English Spanish LEACH, Deon Criminal Justice LEE, Bruce M.Ed. 70 LESTER, Neal English LOUDERMILK, Beth M. Education LOWERY, Stanford Management MERRITT, Charles R. Geology MILLER, Renette Finance MINOR, Falice Accounting MOORE, Reginald G. Criminal Justice MORRIS, Lisa Joyce Geology NEWELL, Debra English Mass Comm. NEWTON, John N. Marketing PHELPS, Mary Ann Sociology QUARLES, Tina C. Recreation 71 POPE, Debra Education REA, Raphael Psychology REED, Yolanda Kay Business Ad RIDLEY, Glenys A. M.Ed. ROBINSON, Charles L. Recreation ROEDING, Linda K. Sociology ROTHSTEIN, Mark Physical Education MC KEEMAN, Carol S, Management SHEAFFER, Rachelle D. Education SHAW, Sylvia A. Management SHADRICK, Karen N. Accounting SHELTON, Darlene 72 n SIMS, S. Joyce Physical Education SMITH, Les. A. Geography STECALL, Wanda F. Education STICGERS, Michael T. Management THOMAS, Carrie A. Sociology WALKER, Deborah Education WALKER, Wanda Marie Education WARNER. Cecilia A. Managemen t WILLIAMS, Mary C. Education WILLIAMS, Sharon Kay Office Administration WILLIAMS, Van Marketing WILLIAMSON, Tamm L. Accounting 73 WILSON, Mary E. M.Ed. WINTERS, Kim L. Recreation WOOD, Nora Ann M.Ed. WOODARD, C. Renee Education YAW, Sylvia A. Recreation YATES, Lisa Gale Math, Comp. Sc. 74 A. ' W ' V • ' I.:-, ADERHOLD, Micahel ALLRID, Lisa Lee AYALOS, Juan r y i AYERS, Jeff BLOUNT, Algernon BOYD, Robert L., Ill BOURGEOIS, Edith BRADSHAW, Linda BROWN, Pamela Nh. ■yMsii- ' .. BROWNE, Adrian A. BYNUM, Dale E. CANSLER, Tina 76 CLARK, Debbie COLLINS, Lea COLLINS, Nancy A. ■:m DUNIGAN, Ronald ETHERIDGE, Joel FORRESTER, Ronnie GILLEY, Melisa HAYNES, Deborah HENRY, Nellie 77 HOWARD, Dorthea HOOD, Diedre JOHNSON, Julie E. KORDOWSKI, Linda MARTIN, Martha MARTIN, Scott Wm. MILLSAP , Beverly MOSLEY, Christopher MURPHY, Mark NOLLEY, Willie F., )r. PARTRIDGE, Winnifred PHIBBS, Donald 78 ROBERTS, Micheal W. ROSS, Ken SHELNUTT, Rita Jane STAMPER, Lajuana F. STARKE, Cassandra G. STYLES, Betsy 79 SWAIN, Charles O. THOMAS, Jodi THOMASON, Carol TYSON, Melissa M. WALLACE, Sandra K. WELDON, Cindy 80 YUCEL, Zeynep A i I 85 87 88 .1 1 ALLEN, Mary Angela AMIS, Louis Appricio BAKER, OIlie Virginia BATTLE, Felicia BELL, Candy BISHOP, Beverly ). BOGGS, Mary BOSWORTH, Linda BOWERS, ludith BRALY, Martha BRALY, Minam BRALY, Nona BRIDGES, Anthony BRIDGES, Michael Lamar BROOKS, George W. BURKS, Eugenia R. 90 BURNS, Gale BURT, Sherrie W. BUTLER, Kimberly Jane CARROLL, Chris M. CARRYER, Chad COBB, Tom COLVIN, Gerry COOK, Melissa F. COOPER, Deborah COX, Shirlisa DANIEL, Stephanie Elaine DAVIS, Dana DEATON, Michael A. DUMAS, Regina T. DUNN, Valencia C. DUNPHY, Karnn DYER, Natalie ELLISON, Tracey P. FLEMING, Gayla GARDNER, Terry Ann 91 GAVINS, Teresa GLADDEN, Jan GORDON, Brenda GUNBY, Kenneth GURLEY, Tana HAMMOCK, Janice K. MINES, Tina HOLLINS, Mary HORNE, Cynthia HURT, Doris L. JEFFERSON, Myra JOHNSON, Catherine Lynn JOHNSON, Wanda G. JOHNSON, Sherry E. KARR, Dale Eric KELLEY, Susan KRAUSS, Tammy LINEBACK, Pam McCORMICK, Ginger G. McCULLOUGH, Jennifer 92 J McDANIEL, Obie McFARLAND, Howard McGHEE, Avis Y. MALCOLM, Mitzi MARTIN, Dale MAUK, Tammy Sue MORELAND, Teresa MORRIS, Scott NASH, Joy NEELY, Debbie L. 93 RADFORD, Terri RANDALL, Sylvia REEVES, Susan ROESEL, Stuart ROSSER, Marvene RUSSEL, Kevin SCHERMERHORN, Katherine SMITH, Dejuana SMITH, Willard L. SPIDELL, Terri STEWART, Annette THOMAS, Thomas TOLBERT, Cynthia L. TOLBERT, Tressa Annette WALDREP, Becky WALKER, Kimberly Alesia S. WALKER, Matilda WANTLAND, Jill WHITMAN, Doc WHITNEY, Derek L. WILSON, Pamela WRIGHT, Contressa 94 FRESHMEN ABNER, Anthony R. ALLEN, Steven M. AUSTIN, Kay BAILEY, Stephine BAKER, Jill C. BARBER, Brandt K. BARKLEY, Cassandra BARLOW, Laurie BARNES, Susan L. BARNETT, Carol L. BARRETT, Rebecca 96 4 f{ BAUGHN, Sonna M. BEALL, Regina L. BEATY, Linda K. BECK, Stephen R. BENEFIELD, Andrea BESHERS, John M. BLOUNT, Cayenne C. BOHANNON, Julie BOOZER, Ceorge BREES, Lisa BROADHURST, Jeff BRODNAY, Nellie BROWN, Faith A. BROWN, Lori BROWN, Sandra E. BRYANT, Wesley W. Jr. BUCHANAN, Carmei F. BUCHANAN, Neal BURNHAM, Judy BURRIS. Ian 97 CALLUM, Christie A. CAMPBELL, Laren CARTER, Lisha CASTRO, Alan CHANCE, Dorothy CHRISTOPHER, James CHUNG, Karen CLAY, Shaton CLEMENTS, Kay CLEMONS, Trenia COCHRAN, Marie T. COLLINS, Clay E. COLLINS, Sandra G. CONNER, Johnny Jr. COSPER, Caron COSTLEY, Cindy 98 cox, Christopher DAUGHERTY, Laurie DAVIS, Renee DAVIS, Tim DENSON, Gloria M. DORSEY, Wanda DREYER, Kay DULANEY, Mary DUNCAN, Gary K. Jr. DUNCAN, William B. DUNN, Trae, E. DURRAH, Terrence EARLS, Phyllis E. EDMONDSON, Jerry ELLIOTT, Willie FAULKNER, Randall FAVORS, Pamela FERGUSON, Beth FLORENCE, Darlene FLORENCE, Renee 99 FORD, Sally FOSTER, Derekia L. FRAMBROUGH, Kevin G. FRANKLIN, B. Terressa FREDERICK, Julie A. FREEMAN, Donna GARRETT, Dorothy S. GARRETT, Karen S. 100 GIBSON, Charles M. GILLHAM, Becky GRADY, Alfred B. Jr. GRAVES, Cassandra E. GREEN, Robbie GREEN, Suzanne GRIFFITH, Niki GUATNEY, Julie M. GUSKEY, Michelle HACKER, Charlene HALL, Angela R. HALL, Debbie HALL, Rory D. HAMMOND, Neal HANBERRY, Scott HARDAWAY, Marnita Y. HARRIS, Michael ). HARRISON, Vivian A. HAYWARD, Mark J. HILL, Holly HIRSCH, Cinda HODGES, William HOGG, Darlene HOLLOWAY, Denise A 101 HOWARD, Anthony L, HOWARD, Daniel L. HUBSKY, Michelle R. HUFF, Ben HUGHEY, Audrey HYDE, Beth HYNEMAN, Ginger INGLE, Cheri JACKSON, Derek lENKINS, Tare L. JOHNSON, Cathy L. JOHNSON, Denise JOHNSON, Jefflyn JOHNSON, Laurie JOHNSON, Vicki L. JONES, Mike JONES, Sharon F, JORDON, Mildred KARLSEN, Ince KEELING, Chris 102 KERLY, Lisa L. KILE, Kim KIMMONS, Deniece KING, Kim KIRKLAND, Connie D. KIRKLAND, Khelee L. KNOX, Gl amer L. KOCH, Kim LANDRUM, Leigh A. LANIER, William T. LEDFORD, Melissa LEE, Valerie LENNING, Sherry D. LETT, Eugene LEVINE, Donna LEWIS, Laryce LEWIS, Tena LOCKWOOD, Becky LOVE, Terri L. LUKE, Liz 103 LUSK, Allen LYCEAR, Elizabeth LYNCH, Debbie MACKEL, Joan MADDOX, Walter K. MALCOLM, Suzette MARTIN, Ann MARTIN, Loretta A. MARTIN, Vickie McGAHEE, Helen E. McGUIRE, Bobby McKENZIE, Donna McSWAIN, Tamela D. MEADERS, Leigh MILLIKIN, Carey MITCHELL, Janice MITCHUM, Sheila MONTGOMERY, Mary C. MOORE, Donna MORRIS, Lisa Q. 104 NANCE, Sharon NIXON, Johnny W. NOAKES, Jennifer A. NOBLES, Caria NOBLES, Carol NOWAR, Tisha ORRENDER, Kim PACE, Becky L. PATTERSON, Metha PENNYMAN, Kennth T. PHILLIPS, Deidre E. PITTS, Terri PORTER, Veleta P. POWELL, Katrina PRUITT, Lisa PUTMAN, Lynne PYE, Vickie M. QUILLIAN, Daniel RABIDEAX, Greg RAGLAND, Dedra D. 105 RAINES, Dajuaii RAMSEY, Reid RICE, Sharon RISINGER, Tanya ROBETS, Delame ROBINSON, Lisa ROPER, Rhonda ROSBOROUGH, Owen ROSE, Regina RUDER, Fred RUSSELL, Liz SCOTT, Doriossa SEAY, Kimberly A. SEYMOUR, Karen STEED, John W. SHAW, Frazier SHELLY, Michael L. SIMON, Connie A. SINCLAIR, Leslie SMITH, Abbe E. 106 SMITH, Donna S. SMITH, Edward E. SMITH, Sandra L. SMITH, Sherry SNOE, James A. SOWERS, Babara J. SPRINGER, William F. STANCIL, Kimberly A. STAKELY, Mary H. STANLEY, Jerome A. STANLEY, Renee STODGHILL, Angela TERRELL, Sheryl TIBBITTS, Jill TOLLESON, Ted TRAYOR, Wendy L. ULMER, Sandra L. VEGO, Velena M. VICK, Valerie WADDELL, Rosalindv 107 WALKER, Glenda L. WALDER, William M. WARE, Marcia WEAVER, Michael WEST, Janet WHEELER, Kris WHITNEY, Michele WILHELM, Tina WILLIFORD, Chuck WILLIAMS, Tim WILLIAMS, William B, WILLISFORD, Glen WILSON, Elizabeth WYATT, Elijah WYENS, Jennie WOOD, Lisa 108 no Ill And they ' re off: Hundreds of students (at right) surge forth in a race for that coveted place at the head of the line. The fight doesn ' t end there, however. The students below battle it out at the en- trance of the Education Center, site of the quarterly carnage. Once inside, it ' s ' ' hurry up and wait. " mi ■ - " xifl REGISTRATION 112 115 SORORITY RUSH , HO CHI FALL 1980 m f »4 LU u Q LU 1 117 Delta Sigma Theta Pi Kappa Alpha ..■ Yj- -- :Mmn ■: ' ' . .,, i«feM„- .-. " .fA«: ' ' j ' te " ' rfW3« 120 i Delta Delta Delta il m EJ m 9H jtA ' l i j 1 Alpha Phi Alpha 123 «!ifel ' ' 124 . tt4 .- ;.■« r % 4 . ' ; ' ' 3«? j-s|:r ;: ' " ?-». ■:1 ?. 128 wimi " km X " " Kappa Nu Alpha Phi Omega 129 Pt " i f, ' » !» • mil g ■ ■ «■■ 133 Kennedy Chapel . % » ' - .;• .- ic :: f .-».l - :«r l_ , j - j,«ifei . ,«,fc , j A Quiet Place 134 135 136 137 ■ J Some students enjoy roller skating as a recreational activity. Oth- ers prefer the challenge of the campus slopes. 138 HJJgHj! ! Kate BENTLEY jra€queline WILDAU ' IVIainly mm JU %% i The most exciting- young mime performers in America Patricia Ryan, Drama Dept Stanford University •7 Miss Wildau did some of the best and most innovative interpretive work I ' ve ever seen. University of Santa CriLZ Katie Bentley. . . has to be one of the most gifted young mimes on the stag-e. she ' s not merely graceful but infinitely skillful. Elliot Norton. Boston Herald American ■w- Amazing- concentration ability . . I have difficulty beUeving that no props were used. . . Tufts Observer tV . . .earthy, warm, direct- homing ia on the everyday touches that iQuminate human action. . . Arthur FYiedman. The Real Paper, Boston " w- So adept at defining special Limitations and keeping to them. . . wonders of economic disciplined stage acti dty. Christian Science Monitor lir Spontaneous, sopinsticated , Bill aard College Tlie best " Friday ' s " pro g-ram of the season. . . Cleveland Orchestra Guild Variously side-splittuig and charming. Peter Bellamy, Cleveland Plain Dealer MIKE WILLIAMS 140 141 MOTHER ' S FINEST u f f S W ' mrr ' ' % 0tS U3 v .mna Kahle .-t.V, . ' ,„-i- v " ..v:: " - ; ' -■ ' . ' .--.V? ' ' -- ijt ' ..-. TL, .-.,. ' --. ;.«j(i .,. -»■»,,-.,. i,_,..i.-. .jji ,---- n Concert LEWIS GRIZZARD I 145 HOMECOMING J:» " « ' ., ' ' i5S..j4 - i..««i-;,3 »,fc v " « ' i.,je,8K -k i;.a.t»J?rKi« V, ■. ' -» . !»», ' , H 1981 THE COURT (From 1-r): 3rd. runner-up: Bilques Shariff, sopho- more from Breman; 2nd. runner-up: Sandy Mc- Cormack, junior from Decatur; 1981 Homecom- ing Queen Deidre Creecy; 1st. runner-up: Tracy Hammonds, sophomore from Austell; 4th runner- up: Chinita Macon, senior from Dalton. Deidre Creecy WINTER CARNIVAL 1981 The face painting booth, sponsored by the Student Council for Exceptional Chif dren, drew these two would-be clowns: Britt Kelley (left) and Randy Cook. Assistant Braves baseball coao Skip Fite is targetted for dunking by Mike Mead. 148 Visitation Day Winter Qtr. Some 1,500 area high school students and their parents descended on the campus for the quarterly visitation day in February. The college uses these days as opportunities to " show their stuff " to prospective students who are shop- ping for institutions of higher learning. 149 . PARTYING ■■-::■ i-yy,. Favorite Activities At WGC: 152 TAKIN ' IT EASY AND O 153 60 I VEST GEOBG A ATHLETICS PARKING PARKING PARKING PARKING PARKING ORSE I OITB HAVE Y013 YOURHOm nrniniipi u uirPTrOll m cun I Individual Expression is the Key to Noteriety GGEu ODAY? Hi Hk Individual Expression is the Key to Noteriety 155 157 MEN ' S BASKETBALL I I I I % (r . m . 1 } a ,. S;:;-! gr ' ; _J, 161 Women ' s Basketball BASEBALL 4 FORMER W G.C. ,|r_ PRO SIGNEE S Cross-Country Track SOCCER SOFTBALL MEN ' S TENNIS 170 VOLLEYBALL rr-mmmv " ' Mi --- V00TB4t( I 172 ORGANIZATIONS UMOJA STAFF ENGLISH HONOR SOCIETY 174 RECREATION COUNCIL RECREATION COUNCIL OFFICERS , 175 BAPTIST STUDENT UNION 176 177 MINORITY ART STUDENT LEAGUE 178 PANHELLENIC COUNCIL 179 GEOLOGY CLUB 180 v mm ' » Kail ' 7 m ' — i. few- A ' - ' I. JfTifl ' THE WEST f GEORGIAN WWGC €% ' l., - . 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