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THE RAM 



Volume 50 
Winston-Salem State University 
Winston-Salem, North Carolina 



FRANCIS L ATKINS BUILDING — Houses the 
School of Nursing and other health-related fields. 
Completed in 1983, it is named after the second 
president of the University. 

BROWN HALL — Dormitory for men, built in 1 965. 
Named for Thomas J. Brown who served the Uni- 
versity from 1 91 1 to 1 961 in a variety of capacities, 
including chairman of the Social Science Depart- 
ment, Purchasing Agent, Director of Extension, and 
Postmaster 

BLAIR HALL — Administrative building, built in 
1940, Named for W.A. Blair, president of People's 
National Bank and a member of the first Board of 
Trustees of WSSU. 








KENNEOY DINING HALL — Food service building 
built in 1938. Named for Francis M. Kennedy, a 
teacher and former president at Slater Industrial 
Academy. 

MAINTENANCE AND GARAGE — Built in 1 975, it 
houses the offices of security and maintenance. 

CLARENCE E. GAINES ATHLETIC COMPLEX — 
Named for the legendary Clarence "Bighouse" 
Gaines, the building was completed in 1978. It 
houses such facilities as a basketball court, an 
Olympic size swimming pool, and a dance studio, tt 
incorporates the John C. Whrtaker Gymnasium. 



MOORE HALL — Dormitory for women, built in 
1962. This building was named for Beatrice Moore, 
who served as Assistant Director of Old Atkins Hall 
for six years. She also served as University Dieti- 
cian from 1933 to 1963. 

MOYER M. HAUSER STUDENT UNION BUILD- 
ING — Student union built in 1971. Named for 
Moyer M. Hauser who served the University as a 
teacher of Mathematics and physics from 1 925 to 
1929, and as University Engineer from 1934 to 

C.G. O'KELLY LIBRARY— The University library, 

buittinl967and enlarged in 1971. It was named for 
C.G. O'Kelly. a teacher at Slater who served as 
Interim President of the institution in 1913. 

NURSING BUILDING — Built in 1955. It housed 
the School of Nursing but is now used for storage. 





4 INTRODUCTION 






Beautiful, that's the one word that best describes 
the campus of Winston-Salem State University. Lo- 
cated on the hills of east Winston, W.S.S.U. is a 
gleaming landmark of this progressive city. 

Style Spirit . Unity . Tradition are all 
found in abundance at W.S.S.U. The people, the 
campus, the curriculum are illustrative of the con- 
tinuing pursuit of excellence found at W.S.S.U. 

W.S.S.U. offers a wide variety of major and minor 
programs within the North Carolina university sys- 
tem. Our wide open fields offer the best for our 
graduates. Whichever major you decide upon, all of 
the essential materials can be found. The opportu- 
nities are endless! 





Our students represent 22 states and three for- 
eign countries, several social and economic back- 
grounds, and a kaleidoscope of personalities. We 
come together on this campus to form a strong and 
diverse student body. Never losing our identity, we 
weave ourselves through four years of together- 
ness, emerging as fully developed individuals, 
changed by those whom we have touched. More 
complete because of the encounter, we are pre- 
pared to meet the challenges of tomorrow. 




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Winston-Salem 
State University 






Winston-Salem State University repre- 
sents the building of the old and the new, 
classic revival architecture accented by con- 
temporary structures, traditional settings, 
exciting new facilities, a continuum from the 
past to the future, all preparing the individual 
student for changing times. 

In her endeavors to promote a level of com- 
munication conducive to her academic 
pledge, Winston-Salem State University 
reaches out to and takes in from her name- 
sake community, to continue the cultivation 
of seeds planted 92 years ago. 




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INTRODUCTION 9 





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Winston-Salem is a city like no other, where 
achievement is nurtured, and people are inspired 
. . . enriched . . . motivated. Where the pace of life 
allows for living, and progress comes with imagi- 
nation and innovation. Where climate is as mod- 
erate as costs, and education feeds art, science 
and industry. Where resources and opportunities 
are unlimited, and newcomers put down deep 
roots of contentment, vitality and commitment. 
Where commerce makes culture its business, 
and economic growth is a dynamic by-product. 



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Fertilized by the spirit of Winston-Salem, Win- 
ston-Salem State University breeds an awareness 
of the enduring interaction which must be main- 
tained between the school and the community. This 
interaction has produced magnificent Lyceum 
events, participation in the Carolina Streetscene, 
WSSU Day sponsored by community churches and 
generous contributions to the community by stu- 
dent organizations. 




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As we involve ourselves in our campus, we be- 
come aware of the larger community and the poten- 
tial for growth beyond our campus world. Joining 
other local colleges, we reach out into the commu- 
nity through urban affairs to serve along with those 
agencies who seek to resolve urban problems and 
to make way for change and improvement. Our par- 
ticipation becomes more involved as our campus 
changes. 



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Dear Graduating Seniors: 

We are pleased to know that you will carry from Winston-Salem State 
University a very important record - the 1985 Ram Yearbook. This chronicle 
of events, documented In such an excellent manner, is a source of pride for 
all of us. Year after year, it should provide encouragement and inspiration 
as you reflect on the joys, challenges and accomplishments experienced during 
one of the most important periods in your life. 

We appreciate your loyalty and dedication to the University. Many of 
our successes resulted from contributions which you made during your tenure. 

We hope that the harmony and goodwill reflected throughout this book 
will remain in your memory, and that your love for WSSU will continue to 
Increase with the passing years. 

As you join thousands of other WSSU graduates in a larger society, we 
extend to you, on behalf of the entire University family, sincere congratula- 
tions and best wishes for a productive and happy life. We share your excitement 
for the future. 

Please keep in touch with us, and return to the WSSU campus often. We 
hope that you will continue to be a vital resource for your alma mater. 






Sincerely, . 

Haywood L. Wilson, Jr. 
Acting Chancellor 




La Joi, Mrs. Rosa T. Wilson, Dr. Wilson and Haywood, III 



CHANCELLOR 17 



Board of Trustee 




Miss Louise Smith, Chairperson 




Mr. Rayford Means 

18 BOARD OF TRUSTEES 



Mr. Dalton D. Ruffin 
Vice Chairman 



Mr. James W. Stewart Mr. James M. Van Hecke, Jr. 



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Mr. Donald L. Benson* 
Student Affairs 



Mr. Myron Chenault 
Development Affairs 





Dr. Callie B. Coaxum* 
Academic Affairs 



Mr. Robert Fenning 
Business Affairs 



'Acting 



VICE CHANCELLORS 19 



Mrs. Gladys Oldham 

1984 WACHOVIA EXCELLENCE IN 
TEACHING AWARD WINNER 



"And gladly would he learn, and 

gladly teach." Goeffrey Chaucer 

Prologue, 

The Canterbur y Tales 

The effective teacher is a good 
student as Chaucer implies in 
Prologue, The Canterbur y 
Tales . The Wachovia Excellence 
in Teaching Award recognizes 
those qualities in educators at 
Winston-Salem State University. 

The $1000 award is presented 



been nominated and selected on 
the basis of teaching effective- 
ness, scholarly achievement, pro- 
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nominees must have taught for at 
least three years at WSSU. Each 



mester hours per semester during 
the year he or she is nominated. 

An ad hoc committee is 
appointed to screen nominations 
and choose a winner. The commit- 
tee is comprised of four faculty 
members — one each from the Di- 
visions of Liberal Arts and Sci- 
ences, Applied Arts and Sciences, 
Education, and Nursing — one 
representative, and three WSSU 
students. Two students are 
appointed by the president of the 
Student Government Association. 
All other members of the commit- 
tee are appointed by the Vice 
Chancellor for Academic Affairs. 
After evaluating the nominees, the 
selection committee recommends 
the recipient to the Chancellor. 

The award is presented to the 
honoree during the Parents' Day/ 
Honors Day Program each spring. 



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Who's Who Among 

American Colleges 

And Universities 



Each year, a select number of outstanding cam- 



tor their accomplishments. This directory contains 
a small percentage of academically Inclined Indi- 
viduals from over 1 ,000 Institutions of higher learn- 
ing. "Who's Who Among American Colleges and 
Universities", first published in 1934, is meant to 
recognize the well-rounded college student. 

Knowledge is a powerful tool that helps to open 
many doors. It has opened the door for twenty-nine 
Winston-Salem State University students. Their 
biographies will appear in the 1984-85 edition of 
"Who's Who Among American Colleges and Uni- 
versities. 



WILLIE BAKER, s native of Charlotte, North Caroli- 
na, is a Junior computer science major. He has 
operated in such capacities as secretary of the 
Association for Computer Machinery, Business/ 
Industry Cluster representative, and WSSU Honor 
Student. He has also received a Departmental 
Scholarship. Baker believes, "If a task has once 
begun, never leave it until it is done. Be the leader 
great or small, do it well or not at all". He hopes to 
obtain a managerial position In a computer science- 
oriented facility which offers growth as well as re- 
sponsibility. 



A native of Fayetteville, North Carolina, BRENDA 
LEE BROWN is a senior computer science major. 
She hopes to own a successful Computer Corpora- 
tion some day. She says "To set goals for yourself 
and always have something to strive for, because 
without a purpose there is no reason for achieve- 
ment". Brenda Is a member of Alpha Kappa Mu 
National Honor Society, the Association for Com- 
puter Machinery, the Gotham City Club, ROTC. She 
is also an Alpha Phi Alpha Sweetheart. 




■ WANDA GAYE HOOTS COOPER Is a senior nursing 

■ major from Advance, NO She has been a Psychiat- 
ric RN for six years. Wanda participates in such 
activities as the Curriculum and Policy Committee 

I for the Nursing Program along with various activi- 
ties Involving her five school age children. Wanda's 
| philosophy is "To touch all I come In contact with In 
I a positive manner and leave no one feeling worse 
for having been there". 



JOAN CARTER of Winston-Salem, North Carolina, 
Is a junior nursing major. She wants to continue her 
education by pursuing a master's degree in the area 
, and work as an officer for 
J States Government. She operates in 
such areas as Day Student Association, and Stu- 
dent Nurses Association. Ms. Carter says "When 
trying to achieve any goal, despite the time, critic- 
Ism, and failure, continue to strive . . . !" 



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A smile is like a ray of sunshine; it will eventually find its way through the 
darkest skies", says KELVIN G. DUNLAP, a senior computer science major 
from Ansonville, North Carolina. He wishes to become a leading authority in the 
field of Computer Science. He is a member of Alpha Kappa Mu Honor Society f 
and the Association for Computer Machinery. 



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MURIEL L. GABRIEL of Newton, North Carolina is a senior art ALICIA RENEE FLOWERS of Wilson, North Carolina is a senior computer 

major. She enjoys drawing, painting, poetry, reading, sewing, science major. She has operated in such capacities as Vice-President of Asso- 

and cooking. Muriel says that "Life is a very beautiful, but ciation for Computer Machinery and treasurer of Pegram Hall and her Senior 

fragile thing, and by putting God before all things, I have class. In order to be successful, Ms. Flowers says to "First believe in God next 

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soared. Murielwouldliketoworkwithaninteriordesignerfirm become a system analyst, 
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SHARON FULLER from Hope Mills, North Carolina, is a senior majoring in early 
childhood. She has been active in such organizations as University Ushers, 
Student National Education Association, and Winston-Salem State University 
Marching Band. Fuller would like to become one of the best teachers in her field, 
for "It does not matter how hard the way may become . . strive for the best!" 



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MADISON HARDING of Pleasant Hill, North Carolina, is a senior business 
administration major concentrating in Business Information Systems. He has 
operated in such capacities as a National Dean's List inductee, Winston-Salem 
State University Honor Student, Business/Industry Cluster host, Residential 
Assistant, and Yearbook Staff member. He believes "Confidence in oneself is 
the key to self-actualization, with the guidance of the Lord . ". Madison would 
like to acquire a managerial position in data processing. 



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TONY HERRING is a junior computer science major from Faison, North Caroli- TERESSA TUCKER HUTCHENS of Shoals, North Carolina, is a senior early 
na. He enjoys being a member of Association for Computer Machinery and childhood Education major. Hutchens is active In church, the choir, Women's 
playing for the Ram football team. Hoping to work with a major corporation as a Society, and the Parent-Teachers Association. She says "All the flowers of all 
computer analyst, Tony says, "Self-discipline is the key to success". the tomorrows are in the seeds of today." Teressa's goal is to become an 

excellent teacher, by instilling within young children the love for learning. 



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I ERIC BERNARD HUDSON of Charlotte, NC is a ju- 
nior computer science major. He is the Director of 
Judicial Affairs, and a member of Kappa Alpha Psi, 
and he enjoys dancing, and such sports as Tennis, 
Racquetball, and Basketball. "Trust in God and 



e hopes to own and operate a software application 
corporation. 



A senior majoring in physical education, ANNETTE 
HUNTLEY is from Charlotte, NC. She enjoys soft- 
ball, basketball, and being a member of the P.E. 
majors club and the Queen City Club. Huntley says, 
"Success only comes with determination, hard 



field of Sport s Medicine. 



CRAIG T. JOHNSON is a junior English major from 
Jamaica, New York. Johnson says the secret to 
success is, "Looking to God for guidance and never 
losing sight of one's goals". He is the Director of 
Social Affairs of the Student Government Associa- 



Club. Johnson intends to continue his education by 
obtaining a corporate law degree from a reputable 
school of law. He is also looking toward to being 
commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in the United 
States Army Reserves. 



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Who's Who 







BEVERLY MASON is a native of Semora, North 
Carolina. She is a senior majoring in business ad- 



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Yearbook Staff, Student Government Association 
Representative, Spanish Club, Association for 
Computer Machinery, the Dean's List and the Na- 
tional Dean's List. Beverly hopes to become a man- 
ager of a television station and attend graduate 
school. 



A native of Brooklyn, New York, DAVID JOHNSON is 
a junior accounting major. He has operated in such 



dent Union Program Board Chairperson, Director of 



borne). He believes, "Motivation is the key to suc- 
cess". Johnson plans to become a Certified Public 
Accountant (CPA) and obtain a Law Degree. 



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PAULA FAYE MCNEIL of Fayetteville, North Caroll- RODERICK T. MCIVER of North Babylon, New York 



wants to be successful In a top managerial position Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, the Judicial Counsel of 
with a prestigious firm. She Is a member of the Blckett Hall, and the Pre-Medlcal Society. He is also 



BELYNDA ROSETTA LITTLE of Ansonville. North 



She operates In such capacities as Junior Class 
Treasurer. Residential Assistant. Student Person- 



and the Ram Yearbook Staff. 



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dent assistant. Roderick's philosophy of life is, 
"Success is not the amount of wealth or power one 
gains, but the amount of peace and happiness one 
gives." His goal is to open a medical clinic that will 
serve the poor In rural areas. 



of the Mozlk Modeling Troupe. She believes "If your 
mind can conceive It, and your heart believe it, then 
your dreams can become reality." Belynda plans to 



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RANDOM PENDER Is a native of Winston-Salem, 
NC. She is a senior nursing major. She is Vice- 
President of the Student Nurses Association, Vice- 



a Sunday School Teacher. Random says, "I can do 
all things through Christ who strengthens me." She 
hopes to become a Nurse Administrator. 



GLORIA R. SIMMONS a native of Mount Airy, N.C., is 
a senior majoring in intermediate education. Glor- 



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termediate Educators Association, and the Self 
Study Steering Committee. Gloria believes "Those 
who bring sunshine to the lives of others cannot 
keep it from themselves." In the future she plans to 
obtain a doctorate in Education with certification In 
the Social Sciences snd teach in a university. 







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RENA DAPHINE WILKINS, a native of Roxobel, NC DEBRA STEVENSON is a senior from Fayetteville, 

is a senior business administration comprehen- NC majoring in psychology. Her goal is to become a 

slve major. She is a member of the Student Honors registered Psychiatric Nurse. "Determination is the 

Organization and Phi Beta Lambda Business Orga- key to success; therefore, always be determined to 

nlzatlon. reach your goals in life," savs Debra. Debra is an 



key to success; therefore, always be determined to 
reach your goals in life," says Debra. Debra is an 
active member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, the 
Gotham City Club and the Psychology Club. 



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MICHAEL L. TAYLOR Is a junior from Chapel Hill, 
NC. He is majoring in business information sys- 
tems. Michael's extra-curricular activities include 
Student Personnel Assistant, Student Union Pro- 
gram Board, Yearbook Staff, WSNC-FM staff, News 
Argus staff and ROTC. "Be all you can be, put God 
first, and don't let anyone tell you what your capabi- 
lities are because your capabilities are unknown," 
says Michael. As for long term goals, Michael would 
like to become a decision maker, and make his own 
state of the art contribution to high technology and 
finally, he wants to have his own business. 

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PHYLLIS WEBB, a native of High Point, NC, is a 
senior majoring In art. She Is Involved in various 
singing activities, weekend concerts, and interior 
decorating, and she works part-time with the Walt 
Disney World's Entertainment Division. Her goal is 
to develop her skills as an artist. She also plans to 
involve herself more deeply in a family owned 
health care business, and more importantly to fully 
understand the duty and lordship of Jesus Christ. 



The key to success is self-confidence, determina- 
tion, hard work and last but certairTty not least, fami- 
ly support Is TRACI F. WHITE'S belief. She Is a 
nursing major and a native of Winston-Salem, NC. 
Tracl Is a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority 
and the National Student Nurses Association. Her 
long-term goal is to be in nursing administration. 




SENIORS 






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Denis Wilson 
President 



Sharon Tyson 
Vice-President 



Senior 

Class 

Officers 



Michael Few 

Senior Class SGA 

Representative 



Angela Chestnut 
Secretary 




Reginald Forbes 

Senior Class SGA 

Representative 




Bonnie Moore 
SGA Representative 



Robert Leath 
SGA Representative 



Angela Dickens 
Miss Senior 



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Senior Class History 



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G/intoua fanyley 

<d)enis Wilson 




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SENIORS 31 







Burchette, Monica 


Burton. Michael 


Carmon, Kimberly 

Winston-Salem. NC 


Warrenton, NC 


Warrenton. NC 


Business Administration 


Intermediate Education 


Business Administration 







Carroll, Sylvia 
Norlina, NC 


Carruthers, Alan 


Carson, Willie 


Caulder, Dana 


Winston-Salem, NC 


Winston-Salem, NC 


Lumberton, NC 


Sociology 


Business Administration 


Business Administration 


Business Administration 




Chavls, Teresa 

Henderson. NC 
Business Administration 



Cheek, Sharon 



Cherry, Lisa 

Windsor. NC 

Business Administration 



Chestnut, Angela 

Reidsvilie. NC 
Special Education 




Chisholm, Sandra 

Winston-Salem, NC 
Business Administration 



Clark, Clarissa 

Washington. DC 

Nursing 



Clay, Leonard 

Baltimore. MD 
Business Administration 



Conrad, Leonard 

Winston-Salem. NC 
Accounting 



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Datlon Yvonne 

Stoneville, NC 

Business Administration 



Dorest, Gilbert 

Charlotte, NC 
Business Administration 



Eason, Robin 

Durham. NC 

Business Administration 



Davis, Sheryl 

Winston-Salem, NC 

Business Administration 



Davis. Veronica 

Winston-Salem, NC 
Business Administration 



Do, Lua 

Wmston-Satem. NC 
Jusmess Administration 



Dowdle, Ronnie 

Charlotte, NC 

Business Administration 



Edwards, Sheila 

Union Hall, VA 
Office Administration 



Ellis, Alan 

Winston-Salem. NC 

Music Education 



Dickens, Angela 

Raleigh. NC 
Business Administration 




Draughan. Gloria 

Enfield, NC 
Business Administration 




Ellis. Brenda 

East Spencer NC 

Psychology 



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Frazler, Miriam 

Winston-Salem, NC 

Psychology 



Funderburk. Grady 

Hampstead. NC 
Physical Education 



Gambrell, Pauline 

Winston-Salem. NC 
Business Administration 



Gary, Jacqueline 

Charlotte, NC 
Business Administration 




Glllon, Deborah 

Statesville, NC 
Nursing 



Gilmore, Sonya 

Winston-Salem. NC 
Business Administration 



Goodson. Stacy 

Winston-Salem. NC 

Mathematics Education 



Goodwin, Cynthia 

Donatd, SC 
Business Administration 



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Greene. Sandra 

Warrenton, NC 

Business Administration 



Hagan, Samuel 

Jacksonville, NC 

Business Administration 



Halth, Colestla 

Greensboro, NC 

Business Administration 



Gregg, Shawn 

Clemmons, NC 
Business Administration 



Hallstock, Venice 

Winston-Salem, NC 
Early Childhood Education 







Grogan, William 

Roanoke, VA 
Computer Science 



Haire Ilia 

Fayetteville, NC 

Business Administration 



Harding, Madison 

Pleasant Hill. NC 
Business Administration 



Harding, Stanley 

Pleasant Hill, NC 
Business Administration 



Guions, Beverly 

Elizabethtown, NC 
English 




Hairston, Jerl 

Fieldale, VA 

Business Administration 




Harris, Donna 
Launnburg, NC 
Political Science 



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Hugglns, Flake 

Statesville, NC 

Business Administration 



Hughes, Tangula 

Winston-Salem, NC 
Nursing 



Huntley, Cynthia 

East Spencer. NC 
Business Administration 



Hutchens, Teressa 

Pinnacle, NC 
Early Childhood 



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Johnson, Delores 

Reidsville, NC 
Business Administration 



Jordan, Michelle 

lewiston. NC 

Business Administration 



Johnson, Delores R. 

Winston-Salem, NC 
Business Administration 



Joyner, Melody 

Greenville. NC 
Medical Technology 



Johnson, Leonard 

Frankhnton, NC 
Business Administration 



Kemp, Cynthia 

Fayetleville, NC 

Business Administration 



Jordan, Mary 

Winston-Salem, NC 
Nursing 




Knox, Pamela 

Leiand, NC 

Special Education 



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Manning, Shirletta 

Winston-Salem. NC 

Business Ad ministration 



Mason, Beverly 

Semora. NC 
Business Administration 



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McCollough, Tony 

Winston-Salem, NC 



Applied Science 



McMJIIIan, Dell 

Sanford. NC 

English 



Melsenhelmer, William 
Concord, NC 

Business Administration 



McCullough. Gabrlelle 
Winston-Salem. NC 
Special Education 



McNeil, Paula 

Fayetteville, NC 
Business Administration 



McCullough, Yvette 

Charlotte. NC 
Business Administration 



McPhall, Cynthia 

Clinton, NC 

Business Administration 



Menefee, Karl 

Weldon, NC 
Medical Technology 



Miller, Carolyn 

Walkertown, NC 

Early Childhood Education 



McGrlfl, Denise 

Winston-Salem, NC 

Music Education 




Mcllwaln, Norman 


Mclver. Roderick 






Charlotte, NC 


North Babylon, NY 


Launnburg, NC 


Goldsboro, NC 


Urban Affairs 


Biology 


Business Administration 


Sociology 




McOualg, Regeanla 

Trenton, NJ 

Special Education 




Miller, Greta 

Charlotte, NC 

Business Administration 



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Miller, Paul III 

Winston-Salem. NC 

Business Administration 



Miller, Rosllyn 

Charlotte, NC 
Business Administration 



Miller, Sheila 

Mt. Gilead. NC 
Office Administration 




Miller, Terrl 

Waynesboro, VA 
Sociology 



Mitchell, Derrick 

Rural Hall, NC 

Business Administration 



Moore, Bonnie 

Lexington, NC 
Office Administration 



Moore, Janet 
Oxford, NC 
Special Education 




Oglesby, Tammye 

Winston-Salem, NC 
Psychology 



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Page, Darryl 

Bennetisville, SC 
English Education 



Parker, Cassandra 

Greensboro, NC 
Business Administration 



Partee, Emery IV 

Cleveland, NC 
Art 



Patton. Warnle 

Winston -Salem, NC 
Business Administration 




Piatt, Timothy 

Greensboro. NC 
Business Administration 



Poole. Jacqullne 

Cedar Grove, NC 
Business Administration 



Poteat, Lorl 

Reidsvilfe, NC 
Business Administration 



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Robertson, Deborah 

King, NC 
Nursing 

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Robinson, Ginger 

Cameys Point. NJ 
Computer Science 



Robinson, Lashawn 

Goldsboro. NC 
Special Education 



Robinson, Patricia 

Leland, NC 
Office Administration 



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Watson, Robin 

Smithtield. NC 
Special Education 



Watson, Sharon 

Burlington. NC 
Political Science 



Webb, Denlse 

Winston-Salem. NC 

Business Administration 



Weeks. Dorothy 

Columbia. SC 
Nursing 




Wiggs, Derrick 

Kinston, NC 
Music Education 



Wilder, Anthony 

Wilmington, NC 

Business Administration 



Wllkins, Rena 

Roxobel. NC 
Business Administration 



Wilson, Denis 

Shelby, NC 
Business Administration 




Wilson, Sharon 

Winston-Salem, NC 
Computer Science 



Wilson, Temely 

Reidsvtiie. NC 
Special Education 



Wltherspoon George Jr. 

Winston-Salem, NC 



Young, Michelle 
Brevard, NC 

Business Administration 



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TO MARILYN ROSEBORO, 

Thanks for your leadership and guidance, for without your patience and 
understanding, we would not have gotten this far! We extend to you our love 
and gratitude! 




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Speaker Kenneth R. Williams, Chancellor Emeritus of Winston- 
Salem State University, roused an audience of faculty students, and 
alumni at the University's Founder's Day Convocation during Home- 
coming Week. Florence T. Butler, Gloria C. Gore, Wilma L. Lassiter, 
Charles Parker, Carrie Robinson, Andrew I. Terrell, and Bessie 
White were named Professors Emeritus. Joseph O. Lowery received 
the Simon Green Atkins Distinguished Alumnus Award. 





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Kelvin Walton — President 



Randy Miller — Vice President 



Bernadine Mitchell — Secretary 




BeLynda Little — Treasurer Carolyn Closs — Administrative 

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Fernando Bray 

Winston-Salem, NC 



Dwayne Brewington 

Riverside, CA 



Monica Brewton 

East Orange, NJ 



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Roderick Brice 
Gastonia, NC 



Cheryl Britton 

Irvington, NJ 



Thomas Bryant 

Kannapolis, NC 



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Sharon Burn 

Winston-Salem, NC 



Patricia Carter 

Winston-Salem. NC 



Shari Cherry 

Aulander, NC 



Tim Burrell 

Winston-Salem, NC 




Rhonda Chadwick 
Durham, NC 



Robert Clark 

Winston-Salem, NC 



William Capers 

Fayetteville, NC 




Darlene Cheek 

Winston-Salem, NC 




Tony Clark 

Washington, NC 




Anita Ervin 

Fairfax, VA 




Jeanne Ervin 

Morganton, NC 



Angela Erwin 

Charlotte. NC 



Lionel Etheridge 

Winston-Salem, NC 




Bonita Foote 

Winston-Salem, NC 



Alisha Gaddy 

Winston-Salem, NC 



Herbert Gaddy 

Winston-Salem, NC 




Pamela Glenn 

Winston-Salem, NC 



Dominique Goode 

Winston-Salem, NC 



Janis Gooding 

Trenton, NC 



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Tony Helton 

Charlotte, NC 



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Casey Hill 

Wilmington, NC 



Denise Hill 

Winston-Salem, NC 



Deborah Hoffler 

Winston-Salem, NC 



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Denine Huntley 
Charlotte, NC 





Kimberly Irvin 

Philadelphia, PA 



Oionne Jackson 

Suffern, NY 



Gloria Johnson 

Greensboro, NC 






Lajaynees Johnson 

Chapel Hill, NC 



Carmen Jones 

Winston-Salem, NC 



Kelvin Kearns 

Charlotte, NC 




Kimberly Kelsey 

Salisbury, NC 



Angela Lambson 

Winston-Salem, NC 



Sallie Lane 

High Point, NC 




Sabrina Larkins 

East Orange, NC 



Cheryl Leake 

Wingate, NC 



Sherry Lewis 

Winston-Salem, NC 



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Robin Limous 
Charlotte, NC 



Belynda Little 

Ansonville, NC 



Rosalind Love 

Gastonia, NC 



Constance Lowery 

Winston-Salem, NC 



Curtis May 

Philadelphia, PA 



Devonda McLain 

High Point, NC 



Emma Little 

Wadesboro, NC 




Annis Lytle 

Old Fort, NC 




Linette McLean 

Shelby, NC 



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Ronald McCrae 

Washington, DC 



Sandra McDaniels 

Scottland Neck. NC 



Shirley McFadden 

Winston-Salem, NC 




Errol McGuirre 

Brooklyn, NY 



Stanley McMurray 

Fayetteville, NC 



Cynthia Meeks 

Gastonia, NC 





Valerie Miller 

Winston-Salem, NC 



Bernadine Mitchell 

Wadesboro, NC 



Loume Moody 
Winston-Salem, NC 




Zelma Morrison 

Winston-Salem, NC 



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Sylvia Parker 

Williamston, NC 



Tracey Penn 

New York, NY 



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Robert Pitts 

Winston-Salem, NC 



Kim Plummer 

Germantown, MD 



Kenneth Poindexter 

Winston-Salem. NC 




Cindy Pompey 

Timmonsville, SC 



Thomas Poole 

Winston-Salem, NC 



Clark Poston 

Winston-Salem, NC 




Jean Powell 

Lumberton, NC 



James Roach 

Rockland, MA 



Loring Roberts 

Durham, NC 




Monica Roberts 

Reidsville, NC 



Fonda Robinson 

Greensboro. NC 



Patrice Robinson 

Winston-Salem, NC 



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Arnold Rogers 

Milton, NC 



Kevan Sawyer 

Winston-Salem, NC 



Brian Sherman 

Jacksonville, NC 



Bobby Simmons 

Winston-Salem, NC 



Gigetta Slade 
Reidsville. NC 



Dana Slade 

New Bern, NC 



Dwain Smith 

Raleigh. NC 



Jennifer Smith 

Lumberton, NC 



Karen Sessoms 

Ahoskie, NC 




Leslie Simpson 

Rocky Point, NC 




Debbie Smith 

High Point, NC 




Lemart Smith 

Wendell, NC 



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Arena Thomas 

San Fransico, CA 



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Vena Thomas 

Trinidad, West Indies 



Lennetta Thompson 

Winston-Salem, NC 



Robert Toran 

Norfolk, VA 




Patrick Tucker 

Statesville, NC 



Kelvin Walton 

Lewiston. NC 



Victor Watts 

Winston-Salem. NC 




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Jeffrey Webb 

Winston-Salem, NC 







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Vic Wilkens 

Statesville, NC 



Kimberly Williams 

Winston-Salem, NC 



Norris Williams 

Fayetteville, NC 



Amos Wilson 

Winston-Salem, NC 




Douglas Wilson 

Fayetteville, NC 



Pecolia Wilson 

Winston-Salem, NC 



Carey Worth 

Charlotte, NC 



Patricia Ziglar 

Madison, NC 



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Michael Clark — President 



Alisa Wilson — Vice President 



Jean Hailey — Treasurer 



Donna Montgomery — Secretary 




Danita Rucks — Parlimentarian 



Lisa Dickens — Chaplain 



Renee Williams — Ms. Sophomore Dr. James McLaughlin — Advisor 




Sophomore Class 
Officers 



Class Motto: 
The Past Is Gone 

Remember It. 
The Present Is Here 

Deal With It. 
The Future is To Come 

Prepare for it. 




Angela Miller 
Veronica Gillon 
Sandra Ingram 
Tony Wilkerson 



SGA Representatives 




Edrena Alexander 

Winston-Salem. NC 



Chris Allen 

Winston-Salem, NC 



Samuel Allen 

Buffalo, NY 



Kimberly Alston 

Littleton, NC 




Trindina Anderson 

Jacksonville, NC 



Jackie Arington 

Durham. NC 



Rusty Ashburn 

Mt. Airy, NC 






Kathy Banks 

Irvington, NJ 





Janetta Baldwin 
Wilmington, NC 



Anita Beasley 

Bayboro, NC 



Derrick Beasley 

Detroit, Ml 



Wilbert Beatty 

Fayetteville, NC 






Lynn Belton 

High Point. NC 



Devetta Blount 

Plymouth, NC 



Romona Blue 

High Point. NC 



Pamela Bohannon 

Pfafflown, NC 



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Angela Boone 

Fayetteville, NC 



Ernest Broadway 

Winston-Salem, NC 



Linda Broadway 

Dunn, NC 



Geneva Broddy 

High Point, NC 




Terrence Brox 

Fayetteville, NC 



Joseph Bruinton 
Trenton, NC 



Karen Buchannan 

Brooklyn, NY 



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Shelton Bullard 

Fayetteville, NC 



Hermeta Bullock 

Greensboro, NC 



Yolanda Burt 

Jacksonville, NC 



Jeff Burton 

Winston-Salem, NC 




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Angela Butler 

Badin, NC 








James Bulter 

Marion, NC 




Anthony Butts 

Fayetteville, NC 



Eric Caesar 

Winston-Salem, NC 




Denise Campbell 

Winston-Salem, NC 



Angela Canty 

Winston-Salem. NC 



Daryl Canty 

Fayetteville, NC 



Letha Capel 
Crewe, VA 




Michael Clark 

Oxford. NC 



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Bonita Clarkson 

Hopkins, SC 



Terry Clarkson 

Hopkins, SC 



Zalda Class 

Winston-Salem, NC 



Lisa Clayton 

Henrico, NC 




Angela Clyburn 

Washington, DC 



James Clyburn 

Winston-Salem, NC 



Isetta Coakley 

Mount Pleasant, NC 



Bertie Coates 
Seabord, NC 




Victor Coffey 

Wendell, NC 




John Cole 

Charlotte, NC 



Jannifer Conard 

Winston-Salem, NC 




Marian Conard 

Winston-Salem, NC 





Antoinette Cooper 

Wilmington, NC 




Felecia Cooper 

Meritt, NC 



Angela Corbett 

Mebane, NC 



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Oletha Coulter 

Newton, NC 



Nikki Crossman 
Winston-Salem. NC 



Marcella Crowder 

Wadesboro, NC 



Angela Dalton 

Walnut Cove, NC 




Andrea Davis 

High Point, NC 



Charles Davis 

Willingboro, NJ 



Theodoric Desros 

Newark, NJ 



Lisa Dickens 

Raleigh, NC 







Wilton Donnell 

Greensboro, NC 



Valarie Dorest 

Charlotte, NC 



Debbie Dozier 

Greensboro, NC 



Reglna Drakeford 

Charlotte, NC 










Faith Duncan 

Wadesboro, NC 



Rickey Dye 

Greenville, SC 



Janet Eaddy 

Wilmington, NC 



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Paula Fowler 

Marion, NC 



Angela Frazier 

Havelock. NC 



Anthony Fuller 

High Point, NC 



Cozette Fuller 

Cedar Grove. NC 





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Jackie Futrell 

Bertie, NC 



Darryl Gaddy 

Winston-Salem. NC 



Veronica Gillon 

Statesville. NC 



Carl Ginyard 

Edison, NJ 




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Connie Hare 

Thomasville, NC 



Roseni Harper 

Winston-Salem, NC 



Lyda Harrison 

Winston-Salem. NC 



Joyce Harrington 

Lauringburg, NC 




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Doris Harvey 

Fayetteville. NC 




Bridgette Hatchett 

Winston-Salem, NC 





Rosa Hawley 

Durham, NC 



Tione Hayes 

East Orange, NJ 



Randolyn Haywood 

Charlotte, NC 



Eric Heaggans 

Statesville, NC 



Cortenous Herbert 

Winston-Salem, NC 



Franzine Holley 
Coleraln, NC 



Paula Holley 

Rocky Mount, NC 




Clara Housch 

Mocksvllle, NC 



Sherry Houston 

Harmony, NC 



Garrett Hunter 

Winston-Salem, NC 



Doris Hussey 

Tarboro, NC 




Sandra Ingram 

Hamlet, NC 



Alan Ireland 

Greensboro, NC 



Karen Jackson 

Southport, NC 



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Kecia Jackson 

Jersey City, NJ 



Sylvia Jackson 

Fayetteville, NC 



Beverly Jarrett 

Winston-Salem, NC 



Brian Jeffries 

Jackson, NC 





Michelle Kirby 

Winston-Salem, NC 



Tim Lamb 

Fayetteville, NC 



Cherie Larisey 

Winston-Salem, NC 



Jervita Lawson 
Reidsville. NC 







Renee Lax 

High Point. NC 



Sylvia Ledbetter 

Charlotte, NC 



Kelvin Lewis 

Burlington. NC 



Mae-Retha Lewis 

Winston-Salem, NC 




Delya Lloyd 

Tarboro, NC 




Enetta Lucas 

Wilson, NC 




Regina Mack 

Newark, NJ 



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Robert Mack 

Kannapolis. NC 




Valerie Mathews 

Kenansville, NC 




Sebastain Mayfield 

Norlina, NC 



Elie Mbumina 
Zaire, Africa 



Diana McCann 
Rural Hall, NC 



Zina McLean 

Mt. Holly, NC 







Veronica McCullough 

Hamlet, NC 



Paula McCullum 
Lewisville, NC 



Domenica' McGill 

Winston-Salem, NC 



Dewey McKee 

Charlotte, NC 





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Lynette Melton 

Aulander, NC 



Vonda Meminger 

Winston-Salem, NC 



Angela Miller 

Panama City, FL 



Renee Montgomery 

Marion, NC 



Castell Moore 

Whiteville, NC 



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Faith Phifer 

Mooresville, NC 



Cassina Philyan 

Mt. Olive, NC 



Simone Pittman 

Wilmington. NC 



Derek Pleasants 

Boston, Mass. 





Brenda Poole 

Oxford, NC 



Gloria Price 

Shelby. NC 



Lavonda Propsi 

Lenoir. NC 



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Alexander Rave III 

Kinston, NC 




Kenneth Raymond 

Boston, Mass 



Deborah Redding 

Winston-Salem, NC 



Djuna Revels 

Laurinburg, NC 




Rhonda Richardson 

Winston-Salem, NC 



Kerry Rlddlck 

Greensboro, NC 



Sharon Riddick 

Ahoskie. NC 



Robert Robbins 

Greensboro, NC 




Diane Robinson 

Greensboro, NC 



Jackie Robinson 

Charlotte, NC 



Starlae Robinson 

Lilesville, NC 



Vicky Robinson 

Darlington, SC 




Sylvia Rogers 

Wilson, NC 




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Latonya Ross 

Charlotte, NC 



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Darryl Rouse 
Fayetteville, NC 



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Theola Roy 

Bassett. VA 



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Shelia Rucker 

Winston-Salem. NC 



Danlta Rucks 

Jackson. NJ 




Avery Sales 

Winston-Salem, NC 





William Scales 

Pinehurst, NC 




Maria Shaw 

Burlington. NC 



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Karen Shields 

Winston-Salem, NC 




Darin Smith 

Fayetteville, NC 



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James Smith 

Germantown, NC 





Monica Stanfield 

Milton, NC 



Edward Singleton 

Washington. DC 



Kevin Skeen 

Thomasville, NC 



Earl Smith 

North Wilkesboro, NC 



Fredrick Smith 

Kannapolis, NC 



Tonya Spates 

Teaneck, NJ 



Monique Stallings 

Chinquapin, NC 




Alfreda Smith 

Erwin, NC 





Kimberly Smith 

Topeka, KA 








Phyllis Standback 

Laurel Hill, NC 




Bichson Stevenson 

Southport, NC 




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Terrie Swain 

High Point. NC 



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Mark Takagi 

Boise, Idaho 



Brenda Taylor 

Henderson, NC 




Marian Taylor 

Bethel, NC 




Everette Teal 

Wadesboro, NC 




Brian Totten 

Yanceyville, NC 




Sonya Terry 

Kittrel. NC 



Venus Townsend 

Rocky Mount, NC 




Winifred Thompson 

Winston-Salem, NC 



Jessie Toms 

Morganton, NC 





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Scotty Tucker 

Newark, NJ 



Delmar Turner 

Annapolis, MD 




Denean Ward 

Rich Square, NC 



Sheila Webb 

Warrington, NC 



Mary Weaver 

Norfolk, VA 



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Sabrina White 

Winston-Salem, NC 



Arneise Whitley 
Charlotte, NC 



Walter Wilder 

Pollocksville, NC 



Hamlet Wilkins 

Henderson, NC 




Bernaderte Williams 
Charlotte. NC 



Carmen Williams 

Spring Hope, NC 



Cynthia Williams 

Advance, NC 



Felecia Williams 

High Point, NC 




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Karen Williams 

Warrenton, NC 




Renee Williams 
Martinsville, VA 



Ronald Williams 

Fayetteville, NC 



Alisa Wilson 

Burlington, NC 





Kendre Wilson 

Harlem, NY 



Alheem Young 

Camden, NJ 



Valorenie Young 

Winston-Salem, NC 







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Pier Connors — Treasurer 



Angela Kerr — Secretary 







James Brewer — Parlimentarian 




Johnetta Huntley — Advisor 







Cassandra Harris 
Yvette Shoats 
Robin Huntley 
Joseph O'Pharroh 







Timothy Abram 
Earl, NC 
Philila Albritton 
Chester, PA 
Cheryl Alexander 
Winston-Salem, NC 
Curtis Allen 
Mount Airy, NC 
Feon Allen 
Greensboro, NC 



Uun Allen 

Winston-Salem, NC 
Jamie Alston 
Asheboro, NC 
John Alston 
Winston-Salem, NC 
Emmanuel Aluya 
High Point, NC 
Rhonda Anderson 
Winston-Salem, NC 



Terry Anderson 
Greenville, SC 
Lisa Arnette 
Durham, NC 
Ola Ashford 
Winston-Salem, NC 
Michael Backfield 
Hampton, VA 
Christopher Bailey 
Greensboro, NC 



Jan Bailey 
Winston-Salem, NC 
Jay Bailey 
Winston-Salem, NC 
Eugene Baker 
Winston-Salem, NC 
Pamela Baldwin 
Fayetteville, NC 
Rudy Baldwin 
Brooklyn, NY 



Rena Banks 
Rocky Point, NC 
Arlette Barber 
Smithville, NC 
Ha Barber 
Charlotte, NC 
Jeff Barber 
Gastonia, NC 
Tracy Barnes 
Newark, NJ 



William Barnes 
Hampton, VA 
Laverne Barrett 
Monroe, NC 
Tammy Beam 
Marion, NC 
Melanie Beatty 
Fayetteville, NIC 
Victor Belton 
Deerpark, NY 



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Cassandra Bennett 

Wadesboro, NC 

John Tm Bennett 

Winston-Salem, NC 

Angela Berry 

New Bern, NC 

Barbara Beston 

Winston-Salem, NC 

Tracie Bines 

Winston-Salem. NC 



Perrin Black 

Winston-Salem, NC 

Ajile Blackburne 

Baldwin, NY 

Lisa Blackman 

Wagman, NC 

Teresa Blackmon 

Lancaster, NC 

Tony Blaylock 

Raleigh, NC 



Maria Blount 

Wilmington, DEL 

Vanilla Blue 

Clarkton, NC 

Angela Blunt 

Aurora, NC 

Beverly Bobbin 

Enfield, NC 

Bobby Bobo 

Winston-Salem, NC 



Marlene Borden 

Louisville, KY 

Gregory Bost 

Kannapolis, NC 

Lisa Bonds 

Roanoke, VA 

Jean Bourne 

Lenoir, NC 

Sam Bowels 

Winston-Salem, NC 



Emerson Bowen 

Roxboro, NC 

Jenane Bradley 

Fayetteville, NC 

Roslyn Bradley 

Charlotte, NC 

Sonya Bradley 

Winston-Salem, NC 

Katrina Brandon 

Winston-Salem, NC 




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James Brewer 
Greensboro. NC 
Darlene Bridges 
Tarboro, NC 
Michelle Bridges 
Washington, DC 
Rita Bnnkley 
Emlield. NC 
Kenneth Brooks 
Jamesville, NC 



Alexis Brothers 
Hamlet. NC 
Helen Brown 
Gastonia. NC 
Kym Brown 
Atlanta. GA 
Linda Brown 
Fayetteville. NC 
Pamela Brown 
Mebane. NC 



Raymona Brown 
Winston-Salem. NC 
Roderick Brown 
Wilmington. NC 
Vanessa Brown 
Greensboro, NC 
Cynthia Browne 
Mocksville, NC 
Ester Bryant 
Kenansville. NC 



Samantha Bryant 
Brooklyn, NY 
James Burch 
Winston-Salem 
Lauren Burch 
Lenoir, NC 
Brian Butler 
Winston-Salem 
Darryl Butler 
Suffolk, VA 



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Robin Bynum 
Burlington. NC 
Ange ligue Byrd 
Durham. NC 
Dorothy Byrd 
Thomasville, NC 
James Caldwell 
Fayetteville. NC 
Maria Caldwell 
Statesville, NC 



Rosyln Caldwell 
Winston-Salem, NC 
Andre Campbell 
Durham, NC 
Eugenia Campbell 
Ashville, NC 
Lori Campbell 
Winston-Salem, NC 
Robert Carpenter 
Winston-Salem. NC 



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Felicia Carr 

Silver Spring, MD 

Kecia Carrington 

East Orange, NJ 

Carroll Carter 

Winston-Salem, NC 

Daphne Carter 

Gary, Ind 

Felecia Carter 

Burlington, NC 



Linda Carter 

Winston-Salem, NC 

Michelle Carter 

Winston-Salem, NC 

Michelle Carter 

Winston-Salem, NC 

Annette Ceasar 

Mt. Airy, NC 

Shelia Cephus 

Tarboro, NC 



Chhanda Chaudhuri 

Calcutta, India 

Bartrice Chisolm 

Charleston, NC 

Wayne Chisolm 

Rahway, NJ 

Emma R. Church 

Winston-Salem, NC 

Roy Church 

Winston-Salem, NC 



Serenust Churn 

Winston-Salem, NC 

Bincent Cloud 

Winston-Salem, NC 

Vitina Cockmane 

Thomasville, NC 

Hope Coffey 

Waxhaw, NC 

Lisa Cole 

Wadesboro, NC 



Robert Colley 

Bethania, NC 

Angela Collins 

Durham, NC 

Colette Connors 

Winston-Salem, NC 

Pier Connors 

Willingboro, NJ 

Pamela Cooke 

Durham, NC 




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Howard Coslon 
Winston-Salem, NC 
Danetta Cotton 
Pittsboro, NC 
Celestina Crawford 
Whiteville. NC 
Felecia Credle 
Bayboro. NC 
Tassa Cremedy 
Winston-Salem, NC 



Dwayne Crockett 
Bronx. NY 
Gary Cromartie 
Elizabethtown. NC 
Andrea Crosby 
Shelby. NC 
Lisa Crowder 
Smithfield. NC 
Harlan Crutchfield 
Hickory. NC 



Mark Cullins 
Wanyesville. NC 
Tanjel Culp 
Charlotte, NC 
Rodney Cunningham 
Baltimore. MD 
Alan Curry 
Kannapolis, NC 
Maurice Cutler 
Williamston. NC 



Sharon Dance 
Elizabeth City. NC 
Denell Daniel 
Enfield, NC 
Michelle Daniel 
Enfield, NC 
Lucious Daniels 
Columbia. NC 
James Dargan 
Atlanta. GA 



Germaine Davis 
Landover, MD 
Guanah Davis 
Salisbury, NC 
Joe Davis 
Salisbury, NC 
Lavondra Davis 
High Point. NC 
Roderick Davis 
Rocky Mt NC 



Tonya Davis 
Greensboro. NC 
Calvin Dees 
Hartford. CT 
Andrienne Deloatch 
Tarboro, NC 
Loshell Dennis 
Winston-Salem, NC 
Antonio Denston 
Spnnghope, NC 



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Michael Durham 

Mt. Olive, NC 

Shawn Easter 

Winston-Salem, NC 

Cynette Edwards 

Winston-Salem, NC 

Sandra Elder 

Winston-Salem, NC 

Beverly Eldridge 



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Winston-Salem, NC 



Veronica Evnas 

Winston-Salem, NC 

Angela Everette 

Murfreesboro, NC 

James Ewings 

Candor, NC 

Patrice Faison 

Goldsboro, NC 

Ray Felton 

Bertie, NC 



Lita Fennell 

Kenansville, NA 

Deborah Ferguson 

Lenoir, NC 

Carla Fletcher 

Winston-Salem, NC 

Troy Flowers 

Winston-Salem, NC 

Charla Forne' 



Lenoir, 



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Winston-Salem, NC 

Issac Fowst 

Burlington, NC 

Sandra Fowler 

Winston-Salem, NC 


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Stephanie Frazier 

Winston-Salem, NC 

Elise Freeman 

Wilmington, NC 

Twanda Fuller 

Winston-Salem, NC 

Wanda Fyall 

Wadesboro, NC 

Samatha Gadsden 

Charleston, SC 




108 




Patrick Gamble 
Asheville, NC 
Monique Gardner 
Ayden, NC 
Sonya Garner 
Goldsboro, NC 
Durine Garris 
Wadesboro, NC 
Bridget Gary 
Durham, NC 



Lori Gerringer 
Kernersville, NC 
Clairessa Gilbert 
Columbus. OH 
Angela Gill 
Roanoke, VA 
Irish Gill 
Charlotte. NC 
Greg Gillis 
Fayetteville. NC 



Shirley Gist 
Winston-Salem, NC 
Kelly Glenn 
Oxford, NC 
Angela Glover 
Staley, NC 
latonia Glover 
Philadelphia, PA 
Angela Godwin 
Ash, NC 



NC 



Ruthie Gordon 
Winston-Salem, 
Rickey Gorrell 
Reidsville, NC 
Guaniveria Graham 
Winston-Salem, NC 
Timothy Graham 
Evergreen, NC 
Johnny Grant 
Fayetteville, NC 



Ann Graves 
Winston-Salem. NC 
David Graves 
Reidsville, NC 
Kimberly Gray 
Kannopolis, NC 
Lisa Griffin 
Greensboro, NC 
Andrea Griffis 
Garner, NC 



NC 



Annita Green 
Winston-Salem, 
Crystal Green 
Winston-Salem, NC 
Debra Greenfield 
Winston-Salem. NC 
Veronica Guoines 
Elizabethtown. NC 
Belinda Haith 
Burlington. NC 



109 



Gary Hairston 

Winston-Salem, NC 

Herrell Hairston 

Winston-Salem, NC 

Cheryl Hale 

Roanoke, VA 

Constance Hamilton 

Charlotte, NC 

Dawn Hand 

Charlotte, NC 



Keely Hargraves 

Carrboro, NC 

Lynerte Harley 

Winston-Salem, NC 

Muriel Halland 

Fayerteville. NC 

Clarence Harrington 

Winston-Salem, NC 

Caressa Harrington 

Durham, NC 



Cassandra Harris 

Lexington, NC 

Rose Hart 

Winston-Salem, NC 

Kim Hayes 

New York, NY 

Renita Hayes 

Durham, NC 

Anthony Helton 

Mount Airy. NC 



Billy Helton 

Marion, NC 

Acie Hendricks 

Warrington, NC 

Jimmy Hester 

Durham, NC 

Ricky Hicks 

Davie County, NC 

Virginia Hicks 

Pilot Mountain, NC 



Darryl Hill 

Greensboro, NC 

Jimmie Hill 

Joliet, III 

Frederick Hilliard 

Wadesboro, NC 

Tracey Hipp 

Columbia, NC 

Sandra Hodge 

Roanoke, VA 



Tracey Hogue 

Cleveland, NC 

Devore Holman 

Advance, NC 

Fleechia Holloway 

Durham, NC 




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Sharon Holloway 
Raleigh, NC 
Monica Hood 
Fairmont, NC 
Steve Hood 
Dover, Delaware 
Darin Hopkins 
Winston-Salem, NC 
Katnna Hopkins 
Winston-Salem, NC 



Robert Hopson 
Durham. NC 
Pamela Horlon 
Winston-Salem. NC 
Jennifer Howard 
Gnmesland. NC 
Terrence Howard 
Kinston, NC 
Sharon Hughes 
Winston-Salem, NC 



Andrea Humphrey 
Fayetteville, NC 
Angela Hunter 
Winston-Salem, NC 
Robin Huntley 
High Point, NC 
Sophia Huntley 
Winston-Salem, NC 
Sonya Hurt 
East Orange, NJ 



Alan Hutchens 
Clemmons. NC 
James Hutchins 
Winston-Salem, NC 
Joey Ireland 
Winston-Salem, NC 
James Jackson 
Sylva, NC 
Renee Jackson 
Winston-Salem, NC 



Robyn Jackson 
Wheaton, Maryland 
Sophia Jackson 
Winston-Salem, NC 
Rodney Jacobs 
Winston-Salem, NC 
Keith James 
Greensboro, NC 
Mildred Jant 
Charlotte. NC 



Cecilia Jefferson 
Fayetteville, NC 
Purcell Johns 
Cleveland, Ohio 
Kenneth Johnson 
Durham, NC 



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Lisa Johnson 

Durham, NC 

Mary Johnson 

Winston-Salem, NC 

Stephanie Johnson 

Fayetteville, NC 

Benjamin Jones 

Winston-Salem, NC 

Carla Jones 

Wake Forest, NC 



Christopher Jones 

Winston-Salem, NC 

Felecia Jones 

Bailey, NC 

Kimberly Jones 

Durham, NC 

India Jones 

Warsaw, NC 

Robyn Jones 

Winston-Salem, NC 



Roy Jones 

High Point, NC 

Vonja Jones 

Virginia Beach, VA 

Rochelle Joyner 

Winston-Salem, NC 

Robbin Justice 

Durham, NC 

Charlene Kearney 

Henderson, NC 



Brenda Kelley 

Williamston, NC 

Joseph Kelly 

Durham, NC 

Jennifier Kennedy 

Salisbury, NC 

Angela Kerr 

Greensboro, NC 

Lee Kimbrough 

Winston-Salem, NC 



Alisa King 

Asheville, NC 

Lavaiter King 

Winston-Salem, NC 

Michael King 

Fayetteville, NC 

Sharin King 

Durham, NC 

Rhonda Kini 



Asheville 



King 
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Tyron Kirkland 
Trenton. NJ 
Audra Kittrell 
Greensboro, NC 
Charlene Knight 
Greensboro. NC 
Kimberly Knight 
Raleigh, NC 
Andrea Knotts 
Wadesboro, NC 



NC 
NC 



Carletta Knox 
Kannapolis, NC 
Robin Knox 
Winston-Salem, 
Rodney Lash 
Winston-Salem, 
Denise Latham 
Grantsboro, NC 
Chris Laws 
Tarboro, NC 



Phyllis Lax 
High Point, NC 
Herman Lee 
District Heights. MD 
Steve Lee 
Roanoke, VA 
Robert Lee 
Roanoke, VA 
Fernanzer Lewis 
Greenwood, SC 



NC 



Cheryl Lide 
Winston-Salem, 
Leslie Linder 
Bolivia. NC 
Andrew Lindsay 
Winston-Salem. NC 
Cynthia Little 
Wadesboro. NC 
Michael Little 
Winston-Salem. NC 



Randy Little 
Philadelphia, PA 
Patrick Livingston 
Winston-Salem, NC 
Tito Lockett 
Charlotte, NC 
Glenda Long 
Gastonia, NC 
Elzatha Lomick 
Bessamar City, NC 



Karen Lordeman 
Winston-Salem, NC 
Angela Love 
Winston-Salem, NC 
Joyce Lowe 
Enfield, NC 
Clifton Mack 
Winston-Salem, NC 
Darryl Maddox 
Asheville. NC 



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Chowaine Manley 

Conway, NC 

Essie Manley 

Milwaukee, NC 

Christopher Manning 

Durham, NC 

Patricia Martin 

Oak City, NC 

Rayford Massey 

Kannopolis, NC 



Troy McAllister 

Santa Ana, CA 

Stacy McCormick 

Durham, NC 

Thomas McCoy 

Fairmont, NC 

Amanda McCullough 

Winston-Salem, NC 

Kia McCullough 

Winston-Salem, NC 



Darren McDonald 

Sylva, NC 

Beverly McFadden 

Winston-Salem, NC 

Constance McGee 

Waltersboro, NC 

Angela Mclntyre 

Charlotte, NC 

Billy McKeever 

Winston-Salem, NC 



Sharon McKeitham 

Wilmington, NC 

Antonio McKoy 

Fayetteville, NC 

Lisa McNeely 

Cleveland, NC 

Tyrone McNeil 

Rockland, NY 

Tammy Melton 

Winston-Salem, NC 



Cynthia Miller 

Winston-Salem, NC 

Damien Miller 

Fayetteville, NC 

Marisa Miller 

Winston-Salem, NC 

Russell Miller 

Graham, NC 

Anthony Mills 

Durham, NC 





Curtis Mims 
Faison, NC 
Jana Minor 
Winston-Salem, NC 
Carolyn Mitchell 
Winston-Salem, NC 
Lisa Mitchell 
Winston-Salem, NC 
Steve Mitchell 
Winston-Salem, NC 



Tracey Monroe 
Oaksboro, NC 
Charles Moore 
Waynesville, NC 
Daphne Moore 
Mt. Holley, NC 
Nancy Moore 
Lauringburg, NC 
Alisa Morris 
Murfreesboro, NC 



Allison Morris 
Winston-Salem, NC 
Duane Morris 
Cleveland, OH 
Elrod Morris 
Ahoskie, NC 
Yolanda Morris 
Charleston, SC 
Dawn Morrison 
Brooklyn, NY 



Cedric Moss 
Winston-Salem, NC 
Sharon Moss 
Tarboro, NC 
Shaun Mozingo 
Goldsboro, NC 
Margaret Nance 
Charlotte, NC 
Terry Nance 
Charlotte, NC 



Jonathan Napper 
Winston-Salem, NC 
Marseille Neely 
Winston-Salem, NC 
Johnathan Neil 
Whiteville, NC 
Curtis Norris 
Shelby, NC 
Bonita Norman 
Charlotte. NC 



George Norwood 
Winston-Salem, NC 
Ronda Odenwelder 
High Point, NC 
Cheryl Ollison 
Newborn, NC 
Cathy Oliver 
Winston-Salem, NC 
Sherry Oliver 
Winston-Salem, NC 






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Willie O'Neal 

Winston-Salem, NC 

Gloria O'Neil 

Winston-Salem, NC 

Earl Opharrow 

Kinston, NC 

Fred Parham 

Roxboro, NC 

Edetta Page 

Durham. NC 



David Parker 

Wilson, NC 

Renaldo Parker 

Jacksonville, NC 

Norman Patterson 

High Point, NC 

Clevette Pauling 

Winston-Salem, NC 

Cecelia Pearson 

Sanford. NC 



Darren Peebles 

Winston-Salem, NC 

James Peebles 

Mocksville, NC 

Michael Peele 

Williamston. NC 

Eric Pegram 

Gastonia, NC 

Andre Pegues 

Wilson. NC 



Donald Pelzer 

Winston-Salem, NC 

Kimberly Peoples 

Winston-Salem, NC 

Dennis Peppers 

Fayetteville. NC 

Beverly Perry 

Kittrell, NC 

Harvey Petties 

Goldsboro, NC 



Sharon Phason 

Fayetteville. NC 

Lisa Pinkston 

Charlotte, NC 

Trudy Pitt 

Goldsboro, NC 

Letitia Pleasants 

Roanoke, VA 

Curtis Pledger 

Elizabeth, NC 



Liticia Polk 

Monroe, NC 

Cynthia Posey 

Washington, DC 

Tomira Potter 

High Point, NC 



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Kenneth Powell 
Hickory. NC 
Bill Price 
Asheboro, NC 
Ginger Price 
Williamston, NC 
Lonnie Pulley 
Lawrence, SC 
Karen Purbis 
Winston-Salem, NC 



Whitney Pyles 
Bronx, NY 
Brian Ragland 
New York, NY 
Anita Batley 
Roland, NC 
Jacqueline Ratliff 
Wadesboro, NC 
Michelle Raveneau 
Springlake. NC 



Ernest Rawlings 
Smithfield, NC 
Dan Ray 
Great Falls, SC 
Rhonda Ray 
Winston-Salem. NC 
Robert Ray 
Winston-Salem, NC 
Sheila Reaves 
Greensboro. NC 



Roy Rector 
Lexington, NC 
Jerome Redford 
Winston-Salem, NC 
Octavia Reeves 
Chadbourn, NC 
Angela Reid 
Winston-Salem. NC 
Angela L, Reid 
Winston-Salem, NC 



NC 



Cylaria Reid 
Winston-Salem, 
Lesa Reid 
Wadesboro, NC 
Michael Reid 
New Haven, CT 
Mike Reid 

Winston-Salem, NC 
Stephanie Reid 
Wilson, NC 



Willie Rennicks 
Winston-Salem, NC 
Edward Respess 
Winston-Salem, NC 
Tyrone Rice 
Winston-Salem. NC 



Paula Richardson 

Lumberton. NC 

Sheila Richardson 

Selma, NC 

Sharon Riggsbee 

Chapel Hill, NC 

Paula Rives 

Greensboro, NC 

Richard Roane 

Winston-Salem, NC 




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Laura Shernll 
Ml Holly, NC 
Yvette Shoats 
Charlotte, NC 
Erick Shoffner 
Burlington, NC 
Jeffry Shoffner 
Greensboro. NC 
Barbara Simington 
Winston-Salem, NC 



Tecola Simmons 
Maxton, NC 
Cindy Sinclair 
Fayetteville, NC 
Taffee Singleton 
Henderson. NC 
Christopher Smith 
Winston-Salem, NC 
Conrad Smith 
Washington, DC 



Kim Smith 
Wadesboro. NC 
Michael Smith 
Garner, NC 
Patricia Smith 
Durham, NC 
Tamara Smith 
Landis, NC 
Wyteria Smith 
Walkertown, NC 



Lisa B Sowells 
Supply, NC 
Veronica Spencer 
Roxboro, NC 
Joy Squire 
Winston-Salem, NC 
Reginald Squire 
Wake Forrest, NC 
Cheryl Staley 
Winston-Salem, NC 



Deitra Stapler 
Winston-Salem, NC 
Lisa Stewart 
Polkton, NC 
Tom Stewart 
Winston-Salem, NC 
Aaron Stockton 
Cleveland, NC 
Tammy Stowe 
Charlotte, NC 



Farmvifle, NC 
Wendy Surgeon 
Greensboro, NC 
Les Tanner 
Trenton. NJ 
Albert Tapp 
Fayetteville, NC 
Jamie Tapp 
Cedar Grove, NC 



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Victor Tate 

Marion, NC 

Deidre Tatum 

Pfafftown, NC 

Rhonda Tatum 

Statesville, NC 

Ron Tatum 

Greensboro, NC 

Andrea Taylor 

Oxford, NC 



Howie Taylor 

Charlotte. NC 

Teresa Taylor 

Winston-Salem, NC 

Diane Thomas 

Raeford. NC 

Mary Thomas 

Holly Hill, NC 

Miriam Thomas 

Hillsboro, NC 



Sherry Thompkins 

Winston-Salem, NC 

Demetris Thornton 

Oxford, NC 

Sarah Threatt 

Charlotte, NC 

Terry Tillery 

Halifax. NC 

Sue Todd 

Walkertown, NC 



Marvin Toney 

Winston-Salem, NC 

Tracey Totten 

Yanceyville, NC 

Michael fruesdale 

Winston-Salem. NC 

Juanda Turner 

Catawba, NC 

Carla Tyson 

Winston-Salem, NC 



James Vample 

Durham, NC 

Reginald Vinson 

Winston-Salem, NC 

April Wallace 

Charlotte, NC 

Sheila Ward 

Stantonsburg, NC 

Jeffrey Ware 

New Haven, CT 



Kenneth Warren 

Fayetteville, NC 

Nina Waters 

Gaston, NC 

Pam Watts 

Statesville, NC 



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Lenice Webb 
Chapel Hill. NC 
Markette West 
Wilmington, NC 
Wanda Westberry 
Winston-Salem, NC 
Corita Wharton 
Concord. NC 
Anna Whisenhunt 
Winston-Salem, NC 



Phyllis Whitaker 
Stantonsburg, NC 
Dexter White 
Mebane. NC 
Donna White 
Statesville. NC 
Julia White 
Elizabeth. NC 
Palmer White 
Winston-Salem, NC 



Jaquelyn Wilkerson 
Brooklyn. NY 
Tony Wilkerson 
Long Island, NY 
Teresa Wilkes 
Kannapolis, NC 
Alton Williams 
Clinton, NC 
Angela Williams 
Littleton, NC 



Chandra Williams 
Goldsboro, NC 
Charlene Williams 
Marion, NC 
Debra Williams 
Raleigh, NC 
Doretta Williams 
Winston-Salem, NC 
James Williams 
Greensboro, NC 



Kevin Williams 
Winston-Salem, NC 
Kimberly Williams 
Kernersville, NC 
Marcia Williams 
Asheboro. NC 
Maurice Williams 
Newark, NJ 



Sarah Williams 
Winston-Salem. 
Willie Williams 
Boston, MA 
Janis Williard 
Clarksville. VA 



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Carla Wilson 

Winston-Salem, NC 

Ernest Wilson 

Roanoke, VA 

Glenn Wilson 

Winston-Salem, NC 

Mia Wilson 

Fayetteville, NC 

Benita Wimbush 

Henderson, NC 



Ernest Wolfe 

Winston-Salem. NC 

Shenita Woodard 

Charlotte, NC 

Haywood Workman 

Charlotte, NC 

Marcel Wright 

Winston-Salem, NC 

Rory Wynn 

Winston-Salem, NC 



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Genevieve Yhap 

Winston-Salem, NC 

Rosanita Yon 

Asheville, NC 

Fred Young 

Durham, NC 

Valdezia Youni 

Winston-Salem 




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Alan Brown — I want to be a football player. 

Marche Byrd — I want to be a nurse. 

Latoya East •— I want to be a school teacher. 

Meria Hopkins — I want to be a nurse. 



Ambri Jones — I want to be a school teacher like 
Mrs. Cobb 

Ashley Lindsey — I want to be Michael Jackson. 

Dimitric Massey — I want to be a Karate teacher; I like 

to chop hop. 

Anthony Martin — I want to be a policeman and 
superman. I want to fly. 



Brent Penn — I want to be a policeman 

Rachelle Peoples — I would like to be a clown. 

Jonathan Sims — I want to be a doctor; I want to take 
care of everybody. 

Erika Squires — I want to be a teacher like "Ma" and 

Mrs. Cobb. 



Jonathan Townsend — I want to be Spiderman. 

Dewuan Wilson — I want to be a policeman because I 

like guns. 

Kory Witherspoon — I want to be a football player so I 
can "drop" kick the ball. 



124 EARLY CHILDHOOD 





Antwyan Anthony — A 
fireman, because I want to 
keep fire out the house. 

Tiffany Brown — A dentist, 
because I want to work on 
people's teeth. 

Khionia Butterfield — School 
bus driver, because I want to 
take children to school and 
back home. 



Myron Chenault — Race car 
driver, because I want to be 
the Knight Rider and be a 
hero. 

Tasheika Davis — A nurse, 
so I can hold the babies. 

Taurin Davis — An airplane 
pilot; I'll be able to go places 
without paying. 

Franklin Dubois — A football 
player; I can knock down 
people without getting hurt. 

Bryan Harvey — Tuba player 
in a band because it's tun. 



Robin Hunt — Cashier. 

Leonittra Ingram — Cashier, 
because I like pushing the 
buttons. 

Lakaticia Jackson — A 
cheerleader; I like to jump 
around. 

Miranda Jones — A librarian. 

Douglas Mauney — Bus 
driver, because I want to take 
people to school. 



Stacie Murnll — A 
policewoman, so I can help 
people. 

James Price — A policeman, 
because I want to wear a hat 
like they wear and have a 
gun. 

Treyla Rice — An airplane 
pilot; I like to fly all by myself. 

Ashley Richardson — 
Teacher. 

Erika Stroud — Doctor, 
because I like to help sick 
people, and check their 
stomachs. 

Corrie Stowe — Nurse. 

Jamar Taylor — Truck driver 
so I can drive a pretty car. 

Rodney Waters — Truck 
driver because I like big 
trucks. 

Warren Watts — Join the 
Army because I want to go 
with my daddy; he is in the 
Army. 

Kevin Witherspoon — 
Football player because I like 
football. 



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James Singletary — SENIOR 

"I have a rather unique situation, i attended WSSU for two 
years, left, joined the U.S. Marines for four years and now I'm 
back to pursue my degree. I returned to WSSU after realizing 
that a college education is an important and essential asset. 
Attending WSSU has helped me to realize my potentials and 
develop them. As a result, I have big plans for the future. I am 
thankful that the Lord made a way for me at WSSU." 




Sylvia Jackson — SOPHOMORE 

"I feel that becoming a success depends on the potential one 
possesses, not the institution they attend. If I work hard at my 
studies and keep the faith in myself and God, I know I will 
succeed." 



Winston-Salem State University is culturally enriched with students from every background imagined. 
They are young, ambitious, wise, and soon to be successful. They all seem to have one thing in common 
— the pride they share in attending such a fine institution. This year, the Ram asked various members of 
the University Family questions concerning the positive aspects of attending a small public college. The 
different opinions of the randomly chosen individuals expressed a deep sense of integrity and passion. 
The responses proved to be as diverse as the University itself. 

128 SPEAKOUT 





barter Cue — JUNIOR 

"My chances in the working world are just as good as the next 
college graduate regardless of the school racial precentage. 
Knowledge defined by our institutions of learning is not enclosed 
n parenthesis as black or white. Webster defines knowledge as 
he fact or condition of knowing something with familiarity 
]ained. Experience and association plus Winston-Salem State 
Jniversity equals a quality education. These primary elements 
,)lus with a small degree of luck, will help one find true success in 
he world of work." 



Shaun Mozingo — FRESHMAN 

"Winston-Salem State University has helped me to gain a 
greater respect for people. By attending S.U., I know I will have a 
greater chance to succeed." 



SPEAKOUT 129 



Sebastian Mayfield — SOPHOMORE 

"By coming to WSSU, I have gained valuable communication 
skills, and good study habits. S.U. is situated in a picturesque 
environment. While expanding my degree of knowledge, I have 
grown as a person. Having a lot of patience, guts, and deter- 
mination, success, is right around the corner for me." 



Cheryl E. Alexander — FRESHMAN 

"My chances in the working world as a graduate from a pre- 
dominately black university as opposed to someone who gradu- 
ates from a white college are very great. The college that one 
goes to does not mean that you will be successful in the working 
world. The application of that knowledge one gains determines 
whether or not one will do well. I have great potential for my 
future, I am just as qualified as anyone else." 




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Juanita Summers — JUNIOR 

"The most positive aspect of WSSU is the programs that they 
have to offer such as Education. Business and Nursing. I have 
gained the need to achieve higher goals, instead of only being 
satisfied with a four year degree. I will be successful because I 
have the determination." 




Conrad Smith — FRESHMAN 

"I am an out-of-state student. I chose to attend WSSU be- 
cause of all the positive statements that I had heard about it. I 
wanted to learn how to live on my own instead of always depend- 
ing on my parents. WSSU is my home away from home. With 
help from God, I know I will be a successful individual." 




SPEAKOUT 131 





Patrice Faison — FRESHMAN 

"I feel my chances in the working world will be just as great or 
greater than any other college graduate. We (as blacks) are 
always having to prove ourselves as the capable individual; 
there will always be competition no matter where we go. It is 
not where one learns the knowledge but how well one retains it. 
I'm sure my future employers won't consider where I graduated 
from, but how much I achieved while I was there. I will always be 
very proud to say that I attended WSSU." 



David Alston — JUNIOR 

"My reason for attending Winston-Salem State University was 
basically, wanting to get a good education. WSSU has a wide 
range of curriculum which I have found comparable to even the 
largest university. Before coming to WSSU, I attended a commu- 
nity college in Massachusettes I compared many majors and 
found that predominately black universities are not inferior to 
other universities. I have found that predominately black institu- 
tions, especially WSSU, are striving to build a curriculum that all 
students should take advantage of. This is just one reason why I 
attended this university. I can honestly say that coming to ole 
S.U. has been a big plus in my life. I feel it has helped me to grow 
spiritually, educationally and socially." 



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lebbie Dozier — SOPHOMORE 

"The most positive aspect of WSSU is the people. The stu- 
dents, faculty and staff are warm, caring, understanding and 
riendly. I have an academic advantage due to the fact that the 
:eachers are willing to go that extra mile to assure under- 
standing." 




Jerry Shoffner — FRESHMAN 

"One of the positive aspects of WSSU, is that the instructors 
care about you as a student and a person. WSSU has a great 
reputation for its academics. I think my chances in the working 
world are as good as anyone else's. The important thing is that 
you know how to sell yourself as a worker." 



SPEAKOUT 133 



Janis Willard — FRESHMAN 

"Coming to WSSU has made me a very independent indi- 
vidual. College life has enabled me to learn some important facts 
about living with people and making wise decisions on the 
allocation of time." 



Charles Davis — SOPHOMORE 

"Winston-Salem State University has a friendly and united 
atmosphere that spreads throughout the city. The pride of the 
university is her successful alumni; the graduates are making 
grand contributions to society. I attend this University for her 
excellent nursing program." 




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Anita Beasley — SOPHOMORE 

"By coming to WSSU, I feel I've found myself as a black 
person. All cultures, especially Afro-American is emphasized by 
interesting lyceum events and other enhancing programs. This 
has enabled me to find out more about my heritage." 




Robert Banks — SOPHOMORE 

"I feel the most positive aspect of WSSU is its willingness to 
offer help and tutorial services to the student body. This is an 
important aspect because it shows that the faculty, and adminis- 
tration are concerned for those who have trouble in certain areas 
of study. Students have access to the learning center in Brown 
Hall, the writing center in the Communication Building and some 
private tutoring as well. All of these areas play an important part 
in the academic progress of the students." 




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Russell Miller— FRESHMAN 

"This University has the surroundings that can make anyone 
feel comfortable. Making a home away from home is the first 
step to becoming a good student." 




Dana Slade — JUNIOR 

"I feel that I have gained a great sense of confidence since 
coming to WSSU. I've learned to speak out against things that 
are wrong. SU has taught me how to express myself. This is 
quite a change for me." 



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"The closeness of a small campus cuts down the congestion 
found at larger institutions. I came to WSSU because of the 
reputable academic programs. We have a well structured teach- 
er education program and the campus life has activities that are 
suitable for everybody." 




David A. Berry — SENIOR 

"There are so many positive aspects about WSSU. Singling 
out the most positive is difficult. I personally believe that the 
most positive aspect of this grand old institution is that it provides 
a quality education in an excellent location at a reasonable cost." 



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Sherry Thompkins — FRESHMAN 

Winston-Salem State is an extraordinary university, they 
teach you not to be passive but how to go out and conquer your 
dreams. 




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"WSSU's small size allows for individualized instruction. It's 
great to know my instructors know me by name and not by 
number which would probably be the case at larger universities." 



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VISUAL ARTS SERIES 



August 27 - Sept. 26 
Sept 30 - Oct. 30 
Nov. 4 - Dec. 8 
Jan. 21 - Feb. 8 
Feb. 14 - 28 
March 5 ■ March 26 
April 9 - May 8 



Michael Callaghan 

Pottery, Fiber 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Franklin Williams 

Painter 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Robert Graham 

Paintings 

Greensboro, N. C. 

Francis Baird 

Photography 

Greensboro. N. C. 

Glenda Wharton Little 

Environment 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 

William Keen 

Sculpture 

Greensboro, N. C. 

Winston-Salem, State University 

Faculty Senior Art Exhibit 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 



UNIVERSITY FINE ARTS 
FESTIVAL 

March 24 - May 1, 1985 

March 24 to May 1 Winston Salem State University Fatuity Art Exhibit 
Fine Arts Gallery, 9 a.m. ■ 4 p.m Monday thru Friday 

March 24 25 University Drama Guild 

April 10-11 All-County Choral Clinic 

April 11 All-County Choral Concert 7:30 p.m. 

* April 14 Greensboro Symphony Orchestra, 8:00 p.m., Peter Fuchs, Conductor 
Armenia Adams Hummings. Piano Solosit 

April 15 - 16 All County Band Clinic 

April 16 All-County Band Concert 7:30 p.m. 

April 21 University Choir and Symphonic Band Concert 7:30 p.m. Williams Auditorium 

April 22 All-County String' Orchestra Clinic Concert 

April 28 University Dance Group Performance. 8:00 p.m. Williams Auditorium 

May 1 University Stage Band Concert, 8:00 p.m. Williams Auditorium 
'Note: A Performing Arts Series Program 



INSTITUTIONAL 
EXCHANGE SERIES 

BENNETT COLLEGE 
Greensboro, N. C. - Dance Group 

A & T STATE UNIVERSITY 

Greeensboro, N. C. - Jazz Ensemble 

WAKE FOREST UNIVERSITY 
Winston-Salem, N. C. - Choir 

REYNOLDS HIGH SCHOOL 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Symphonic Band 
Dates to be arranged 



Joseph N. Patterson 

Lecture & Assembly 

Series 

September 19, 10:00 a.m. 

Dr Haywood L Wilson. Acting Chancellor 

Kenneth R. Williams Auditorium 

October 17, 10.00 a.m. 

Dr. Barbara Phillips 

Hall-Patterson Communications Bldg, 

November 14, 10:00 a.m. 

Dr Zane Eargle 

Hall-Patterson Communications Bldg. 

December 5, 10:00 a.m. 

Dr. Jerry Drayton 

Hall Patterson Communications Bldg 

January 13, 7:00 p.m. 

Dr. Charles Willie (M. L. King Birthday) 

Kenneth R Williams Auditorium 

February 20, 10:00 a.m. 

Dr Lafayette Parker 

Hall Patterson Communication Bldg 

March 20, 10:00 a.m. 

Dr. Charles Lyons 

Hall-Patterson Communications Bldg. 

April 17, 10:00 a.m. 

Dr, Ralph Scales 

Hall-Patterson Communications Bldg. 



ACADEMIE SERIES 

September 27, 1984 
Ms. Armenta Adams Hummings, Pianist 

November 1, 1984 
Northwind Trio 

Feburary 21. 1985 
Mr. Albert R. Regester, Vocal 

March 21, 1985 
Mr. Bill Jones, Trumpeter 



1984 — 1985 

Lyceum 

Cultural 

Events 



Winston— Salem 
State University 




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COOPERATIVE 
EDUCATION 

Cooperative Education is a program which re- 
lates academic study to the real world work. The 
student participants in Cooperative Education aug- 
ment and enhance their academic preparation with 
off-campus, work experience related to their major 
fields of study. Students enrolled in the Co-op pro- 
gram gain confidence, maturity, success- 
orientation and an understanding of the profession- 
al, practical world of work. Thus Co-op is, for the 
students, a "gateway to their professions." 

For the participating companies and agencies, 
Co-op offers the opportunity to influence the direc- 
tion of higher education, become directly involved 
in the academic career of future employees, and 
observe their work before professional contracts 
are signed. 




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job at the same time? No one knows exactly but 
we have many students who have to cope with 
that problem. Having a part time job helps extin- 
guish the high cost of a college education. With 
inflation soaring, many undergraduates find it im- 
possible to function without some type of income 
and some students have to support themselves 
while in school. Without a doubt, Rams have infil- 
trated the working community in every imagin- 
able occupation. 




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Reginald Ray Randolph 

Computer Science Major 

Regina Gaye Randolph 

Business Administration Major 

Classification — Sophomore 

Bolivia, N.C. 

Birthday: July 26, 1963 

Reginald is three minutes older than Regina. 




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Deborah Faye Sharpe 

Mass Communications Major 

Daphne Kay Sharpe 

Nursing 

Classification — Sophomores 

Tarboro, N.C. 

Birthday: March 30, 1965 

Deborah is thirty minutes older than Daphne. 







TWINS 
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Shanna Deanne Hayes 

Major Business Administration 

Tione Vincent Hayes 

Physical Education 

Classification — Freshman 

East Orange. N.J. 

Birthday: September 19, 1965 

Tione is five minutes older than Shanna. 




DeNell Melissa Daniel 

Psychology Major 

Michelle Veronica Daniel 

Psychology Major 

Classification — Freshman 

Enfield, N.C. 

Birthday: August 9, 1966 

DeNell is ten minutes older than Michelle. 



Jan Perrin Bailey 

English Major 

Jay Perrie Bailey 

English Major 

Classification — Freshmen 

Winston-Salem, N.C. 

Birthday: December 26, 1965 

Jan is seven minutes older than Jay. 



Sharon Lynette Forrest 

Accounting Major 

Karen Laverne Forrest 

Accounting Major 

Classification — Freshman 

Winston-Salem, N.C. 

Birthday: December 26, 1 965 

Sharon is sixteen minutes older than Karen. 



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not a fi/acej£>r AiyAec ma/efona/e relations/. 



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tdeven auydtf /beoft/e doin? aduzt tAey en/^ most " S TStTHftSNg" . 

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* ACTING 



Dr. Alex Johnson " 

Administration Assistant to the 

Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs 

• ACTING 



Division Directors 




Dr. Taylor Cox 
Business and Economics 




Dr. Hazel Harvey 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 



Dr. Jerry Hickerson 
Applied Arts and Sciences 



Dr. Constance Johnson 
General Studies 



Mrs. Mae Rodney 
Library Services 



162 UNIVERSITY PERSONNEL 




UNIVERSITY PERSONNEL 163 




Dr. Howard Barnes 
Social Science 



Dr. Adnee Bradford 
Communication Arts 



Dr Winston Bell 
Music 



Mrs. Elsie Blackmon 
Business & Economics 



Mr. Ronald Boger 
Business & Economics 




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Dr. Eddie Cecil 
Communication Arts 



Ms. Pamela Chasten 
Nursing & Allied Health 



Mrs. Janie Coleman 
Nursing & Allied Health 



Mr. Stenson Conley 
Physical Education 





Dr. James A. Dervin 
Communication Arts 



UNIVERSITY PERSONNEL 165 




Mrs. Kim Driesback 
Business & Economics 



Mrs. Emma Duren 
Education 



Dr. Fred Eady 
Communication Arts 



Dr. Sammy Elaasar 
Business & Economics 




Dr. Dennis Felder 
Physical Education 



Dr. Pamela Felder 
Education 



Mr. Clarence Gaines 
Physical Education 



Dr. Glenda Gill 
Communication Arts 



166 UNIVERSITY PERSONNEL 




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Dr. Charles Gray 
Communication Arts 



Mr. Nathan Harris 
Business & Economics 



Mr. Wylie Harris 
Physical Education 




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Mr. William Hayes 
Physical Education 



UNIVERSITY PERSONNEL 167 




Dr. J. Otis Haywood 
Business & Economics 



Dr. Elwanda Ingram 
Communication Arts 



Dr. John Holman 
Communications Arts 




Mr. Lenner Jefferies 
Nursing & Allied Health 





Dr. Alice Johnson 
Nursing 




Dr. Paul Kuhl 
Social Science 



Dr. Shirley Manigualt 
Communication Arts 



Dr. Donald Martin 
Social Science 



Dr. Jo May 
Education 








Mrs. Merdis McCarter 
Math & Computer Science 



Mrs. Ollie McDowell 
Communication Arts 





Dr. James McLaughlin 
Social Science 


Dr. Rebecca Nail 
Communication Arts 




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Social Science 



Dr. Peter Ndoma-Ogar 
Business & Economics 



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Mrs. Edna Revels 
Education 




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Dr. Frank Rogers 
Social Science 





Mr. Pete Richardson 
Physical Education 







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Math/Computer Science 




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Dr. Valerie Saddler 
Communication Arts 



Dr. Wilbert Sadler 
Education 



172 UNIVERSITY PERSONNEL 




Dr. Donald Suttles 
Business & Economics 



Dr Kim Tan 
Natural Science 



UNIVERSITY PERSONNEL 173 







Dr. Melinda Vadas 
Social Science 



174 UNIVERSITY PERSONNEL 




UNIVERSITY PERSONNEL 175 




Betty Alexander, Director 
Medical Technology 



Saundra Amos. Coordinator 
Supplementary Education Program 



Wilveria Atkinson, Director 
Project Strengthen 



Willie Bailey, Assistant 
Purchasing Officer 




Thelma Bellamy, Technical 
Services Librarian 



Elaine Browne, Assistant Director William Cain, Director Michael Callaghan, Coordinator 

Student Activities University Counseling Center Continuing Education & Summer 

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UNIVERSITY PERSONNEL 177 




Gwendolyn Harris 
Bibliographical Librarian 



Irvin Hodge, Director 
Physical Plan 



Johnetta Huntley 
University Counselor 






Floyd Ingram 
Reference/Serials Librarian 




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Maurice Johnson, Director 
Enrichment Center 



Dr. Jimmy Jones 
University Physician 



Williard Jordan 
Financial Aid Officer 



Kenneth Kimber 
SEP Counselor 







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Tommy Leach 
Student Union Manager 




James Lewis, Director 
Security 



Reggie Lewis, Manager 
Book Store 



Vicki Miller 
Reference Librarian 






Walter Odom, Coordinator 
Cooperative Education 



Michelle Price. Assistant Coordinator 
Upward Bound 



Reverend Cedric Rodney 
University Chaplain 



Manderline Scales, Director 
Student Activities 




UNIVERSITY PERSONNEL 179 




Betsey Sherman, Manager 
Camp Robert Vaughn 



Norma Smith; Manager 
Academic Computer Center 



Dr. Kim Tan 
Project Strengthen 



Helena Tidwell, Director 
Sponsored Programs 




' Cheryl Troutman, Director 
Student Life 



Charles Williams, Coordinator 
Academic Advisement & Testing 



James Williams, Assistant Coordinator 
Title III 



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Naomi Attucks 
Art 



Jessica Bailey 
Graduate Center 



Belinda Beasley 
General Studies 



Tomara Boulware 
Business Affairs 




UNIVERSITY PERSONNEL 181 



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Patricia Jacobs 
Business Affairs 



Gregory Martin 
Campus Police 



Patricia Martin 
Social Science 



Emma Matthews 
Music 




Vera McClendon 
Academic Computer Center 



Angela McCray 
Academic Affairs 



Barbara Mclntyre 
Student Life 



Melba Mitchell 
Campus Police 




UNIVERSITY PERSONNEL 183 







Sherry Ramsey 
Student Activities 



Lillie Scott 
Student Life 



Carolyn Perry 
Business Affairs 



Robin Propst 
Business Affairs 



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Raymond Pun/rear (#21) Roy Rector (#79) 

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Lonng Roberts (#85) Juluis Sampson (#51) Robert Simmons (#25) Dwayne Smith (#46) 
Tight End Offensive Guard Running Back Line Backer 



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Kicker Tight End Line Backer 



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Oct. 20 WSSU vs. 

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Oct. 27 WSSU vs. 

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Nov. 3 WSSU vs. 

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Nov. 10 WSSU vs. 

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CIAA Championship Game 
Nov. 17 WSSU vs. Norfolk State 

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N.C. Central University 

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Virginia Union 

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Livingstone College 

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Fayetteville State 

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Bowie State 

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Bryan Vance (#44) 
Full Back 



Dana Walker (#12) Mark Wallace (#39) 

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Top: 

Michael Winbush: MVP CIAA Championship, (Nor- 
folk State), Player of the Week, (WSSU vs. J.C 
Smith); (WSSU vs. N.C A&T). 

Bruce Dunlap: All CIAA Sportswriters Team, Player 
of the Week (WSSU vs. N.C. Central); (WSSU vs. 
Livingston). 

Danny Moore: SBN All American, Kodak All Ameri- 
can, Black College All American, Player of the 
Week (WSSU vs. Elizabeth City); (WSSU vs. 
N.C Central). 

Michael Warren: MVP CIAA Championship (Norfolk 
State), All CIAA Southern Division, All American, 
Player of the Week (WSSU vs. A&T). 



Lonnie Pulley: Newcomer of the Week (WSSU vs 

A&T), 
Jeffrey James: All CIAA, Player of the Week (WSSU 

vs. A&T). 
Eric Heaggons: All American Honorable Mention 
Mark Wallace: All CIAA Southern Division, Rookie of 

the Week (WSSU vs. St. Paul). 
Bottom left: 
Tyrone Smith: All CIAA, Rookie of the Week (WSSU 

vs. Bowie State). 
Top left: 
Danny Moore and Coach Pete Richardson with the 

Kodak All American Award. 



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Pete Richardson 
Defensive Coordinator 



Dave Sheppard 
Running Backs 



Wiley Harris 
Defensive Line 




Buddy "Mr. T." Taylor 
Athletic Trainer 



Fernandez "Bumpy" Griffin 
Equipment Manager 



Dr. William Rice 
Faculty Athletic Chairman 



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Donna Cobb. Kim Smith, Mary Thomas, Aletha Rush, Valerie Beatty, Shelli Mercer, Wanda Brown (Score Keeper), Donna Johnson 
Bernadette Williams. Mevayta Slrothers, Tonya Davis, Deborah Ferguson, and Bonita Rosby (Team Manager), 






Grady Funderburk, Team Manager 





LADY RAMS 


VOLLEYBALL REVIEW 


Sept, 13 


Wake Forest 


Sept. 13 


Catawba 


Sept. 17 


J.C. Smith 


Sept. 19 


St. Augustine 


Sept. 19 


Fayetteville State 


Sept. 20 


High Point College 


Sept. 20 


Wingate College 


Sept. 24 


Livingstone College 


Sept. 25 


North Carolina A&T 


Sept. 26 


St. Paul's 


Sept. 27 


Norfolk State 


Sept. 27 


Hampton 


Oct. 1 


Shaw 


Oct. 1 


Elon 


Oct. 3 


Atlantic Christian 


Oct. 4 


Livingstone College 


Oct. 9 


St. Augustine 


Oct. 1 1 


N.C. Central 


Oct. 17 


Fayetteville State 


Oct. 17 


Pembroke State 


Oct. 22 


Shaw 


Oct. 22 


Wingate College 


Oct. 25 


N.C. Central 


Oct. 25 


J.C. Smith 


OCT. 29-30 


CIAA TOURNAMENT 




HAMPTON INSTITUTE 



Al Roseboro, Coach 



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Dean Smith 

Second Place CIAA Championship 

(158 lb. Weight Class) 



Robert Toran 

Second Place CIAA Championship 

(150 1b. Weight Class) 



Joel Shackleford 

Third Place CIAA Championship 

(118 lb. Weight Class) 



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WRESTLING IN REVIEW 



DATE 


OPPONENT 


Nov. 9-10 


WSSU Tournament 


Nov. 16-17 


Pembroke Tournament 


Nov. 30 


Norfolk State 


Dec. 1 


Virginia State 


Dec. 


Hampton 


Dec. 4 


Appalachian State 


Jan. 12 


Clemson 


Jan. 19 


Clemson 


Jan. 22 


Campbell 


Jan. 23 


Barber-Scotia 


Jan. 30 


Livingstone 


Feb. 5 


North Carolina A&T 


Feb. 7 


Pembroke State 


Feb. 16 


CIAA 


Feb. 26 


NAIA District 26 


Mar. 1-2 


NCAA National Tournament 




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CROSS COUNTRY IN 
REVIEW 

Sept. 17 Pembroke Invitational 

Sept. 24 St. Augustine's Invitational 

Oct. 1 Campbell College Invitational 

Oct. 8 NAIA District 26 

Oct. 14 N.C. State Invitational 

Oct. 29 NCAA Regional 

Nov. 4 CIAA 

Nov. 12 NCAA Championships 




CROSS COUNTRY 




1984-85 CROSS COUNTRY TEAM 



Michael Few 
Rochester, Ml 

Carl Tate 
Dallas, NC 

Ken Dowdle 
Charlotte, NC 

Eric Pegram 
Dallas, NC 



Milton Philpotts 
Brooklyn, NY 

Robert Mack 
Kannapolis, NC 

Robert Neal 
Charlotte, NC 

'Carey Worth 
Charlotte, NC 



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BASKETBALL 

RAM BASKETBALL IN REVIEW 





RAM'S 






DATE 


SCORE 


OPPONENT 


SCORES 


Nov. 23 


81 


Knoxville College 


86 


Nov. 24 


60 


High Point 


58 


Nov. 27 


76 


Hampton Institute 


74 


Dec. 1 


39 


North Carolina A&T 


67 


Dec. 5 


113 


Bowie State 


71 


Dec. 7 


78 


Virginia State 


80 


Dec. 8 


74 


Virginia Union 


99 


Dec. 14 


92 


Norfolk State 


94 


Jan. 4 


90 


Elizabeth City 


92 


Jan. 5 


93 


Atlantic Christian 


71 


Jan. 14 


81 


Livingston 


82 


Jan. 17 


86 


N.C. Central 


62 


Jan. 19 


77 


Shaw 


64 


Jan. 21 


73 


Fayetteville State 


61 


Jan. 28 


76 


St. Paul's 


77 


Jan. 30 


80 


St. Augustine's 


(OT) 83 


Feb. 2 


80 


J.C. Smith 


73 


Feb. 4 


75 


Fayetteville State 


64 


Feb. 1 1 


78 


N.C. Central 


65 


Feb. 13 


63 


Shaw 


61 


Feb. 15 


72 


North Carolina A&T 


67 


Feb. 17 


72 


J.C. Smith 


80 


Feb. 19 


87 


St. Augustine's 


78 


Feb. 23 


81 


Livingston 


78 



Clarence "Bighouse" Gaines 
Heacn Coach 




Bill English 



Tim Grant 



200 




Thomas Faison (#4) 

Guard 

Philadelphia, PA. 



"Linwood Gorham (#42) 

Guard 

Patterson, NJ. 



Steve Hood (#14) 

Guard 

Dover, Del. 



Alexander Hooper (#24) 

Forward 

New York, NY. 




Percell Johns (#30) 

Forward 

Roanoke, VA. 



Anthony Nance (#32) 

Guard 

Charlotte, NC. 



Terry Nance (#44) 

Forward 

Charlotte, NC. 



Eugene Pennick (#20) 

Forward 

Lynchburg. VA. 



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Charlie Spell (#12) 

Guard 

Fayetteville, NC. 




Kevin Vaughn (#34) 

Center 

Philadelphia, PA. 




Oscar Williams 

Guard 

Chicago. III. 



Haywood Workman 

Guard 

Charlotte. NC 



•All CIAA AWARD 



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THE BEST 13 YET TO COME 



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BREAKING THE ZONE 



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EXERCISE & 
PHYSIOLOGY LAB 

New to Winston-Salem State University is the Exer- 
cise Physiology Lab. A wellness and fitness center 
that allows faculty and students to reach new dimen- 
sions in fitness and exercise. Coordinated by Betsy 
Dill, Exercise Physiologist; the lab houses several 
kinds of exercise equipment that enables its users to 
reach their desired levels of fitness and test endur- 
ance through various levels of training. 




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BASKETBALL 



DATE 

11-19 

11-26 

11-27 

12-1 

12-5 

12-6 

12-7 

12-10 

12-15 

1-10 

1-15 

1-19 

1-21 

1-28 

1-31 

2-2 

2-4 

2-7 

2-9 

2-11 

2-13 

2-15 

2-17 

2-21,23 



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LADY RAMS IN REVIEW 

RAM'S SCORE OPPONENT 

87 Lenoir Rhyne 

71 Norfolk State 
66 Hampton 

70 Virginia Union 
85 Bowie State 
87 Livingstone 
58 Virginia State 
65 UNC-Wilmington 
85 UNC-Asheville 

87 UNC-Wilmington 

88 St. Augustine 

72 Shaw 
Fayetteville 

80 St. Paul 

60 N.C. Central 

64 J.C. Smith 

75 Fayetteville State 

75 Livingstone 

88 St. Augustine 

80 N.C. Central 

65 Shaw 

71 North Carolina A&T 

66 J.C. Smith 

CIAA TOURNAMENT 
CIAA TOURNAMENT 



SCORE 

73 
89 
95 
76 
46 
70 
56 
76 
88 
83 
81 



77 
70 
58 
66 
73 
81 
68 
80 
67 
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ACTION SPEAK LOUDER 
THAN WORDS 



Annette brings the old saying life, "action 
speaks louder than words." Let her actions 
show that she works as hard in the books as 
she does on the basketball court. 

A native of Davidson, N.C, she transferred 
from Chowan Junior College and has proved 
to be an asset to the Lady Rams basketball 
team. She majors in Physical Education and 
maintains a 3.4 on a 4.0 scale. At the same 
time, she managed to average 12 points and 6 
rebounds per game. 

Last year at the peak of her collegiate career, 
Annette was named CIAA Female Scholar 
Athlete of the Year; Tom Harris Outstanding 
Female Athlete Scholar and awarded a medal- 
lion. 

This goes to show that work and play go 
hand-in-hand. "CONGRATULATIONS AN- 
NETTE, KEEP UP THE HARD WORK." 










Stenson Conley 
Head Coach 



John Haynes 
Team Manager 



Annette Huntley 



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Tonya Davis (#20) 

Forward 
Greensboro, NC. 



Dawn Hand (#11) 

Guard 

Charlotte, NC. 



•Carolyn Huntley (#10) 

Point Guard 

Davidson, NC. 



Mildred Jant (#24) 

Forward 

Charlotte, NC. 



Sharon Holloway (#30) 

Forward 

Raleigh, NC. 




Donna Johnson (#32) 

Guard 

Madison, NC. 



Annette Huntley (#34) 
(Wing) Guard 
Davidson, NC. 




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'Keenan Menefee (#12) 

Guard 

Weldon, NC. 




Cindy Pompey 

Forward 

Timmonsville, SC. 



"ALL CIAA AWARD 
"WSSU TEAM AWARD 



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Monica Roberts (#25) 

Guard 

Reidsville, NC. 



Faye Strothers (#42) 

Center Forward 
Winston-Salem, NC. 



Donna White (#44) 

Center 

Statesville, NC. 



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Durham, NC 
Russell Miller 
Burlington, NC 



Ronald Tatum 
Greensboro, NC 
John Biglow 
Burlington, NC 



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TENNIS IN REVIEW 



March 7 
March 11 
March 12 
March 14 
March 18 
March 19 
March 20 
March 21 
March 23 



N.C. Central 
J.C. Smith 
St. Augustine 
Fayetteville State 
St. Augustine 
Livingstone 
Fayetteville State 
Livingstone 
Shaw 



April 19 
April 1 1 
April 12 
April 15 
April 16 
April 17 
April 19 
April 26-27 



J.C. Smith 

North Carolina AST 

Shaw 

Barber-Scotia 

N.C. Central 

North Carolina A&T 

Fayetteville State 

CIAA CHAMPIONSHIP 



James Roach 
Rockland, MA 
David Alston 
Boston, MA 




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Roach is gonna win this one, "hands down 



WHAM! 



"THE BARBARIAN" 



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Annette Huntley (OF) 
Davidson, NC 

Cynthia Kemp (IF) 
Fayetteville, NC 

Faye Strothers (OF) 
Winston-Salem, NC 

Michelle Jordon (IF) 
Lewiston, NC 

Donna Johnson (IF) 
Madison, NC 

Cindy Pompey (OF) 
Timmonsville, SC 

Keenan Menefee (IF) 
Weldon, NC 

Beverly Bowden (OF) 
Fayetteville, NC 

Donna F. Cobb (IF) 
Reidsville, NC 

Carolyn Huntley (P) 
Davidson, NC 

Tim Grant, Coach 




1 984 SOFTBALL TEAM 
CIAA CHAMPIONS 




SOFTBALL 

CIAA CHAMPIONS 



1984 WOMEN'S SOFTBALL SCHEDULE 



DATE 

March 26 

March 27 
March 30 
March 31 
April 2 
April 6 
April 7 

April 9 
April 14 
April 15 

April 17 
April 21 



OPPONENT 

Shaw 

N.C. Central 

Guilford 

Barber-Scotia 

Wingate 

Catawba 

North Carolina A&T 

N.C. Central 

Elizabeth City 

Johnson C. Smith 

Fayetteville State 

Shaw 

St. Augustine 

Pfeitfer 

NAIA DISTRICT 26 




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Allen Ellis 

Derrick Wiggs 

Shirletta Manning 

Michael Brown 

Aaron Orr 

Marvin Harper 

Brian Crenshaw 

Ernest Thompson 

Gary Nixon 

Brian Jeffries 

Andrea Harris 

Fritzgerald McGill 






Annette Huntley 

Michael Shoffner 

Bonita Barringer 

Wendell Similton 

Debra Greenfield 

Sylvia Parker 

Micheal Winbush 

Reggie Speller 

Colina Cecil 

Cynthia Williams 

Donna Johnson 

Dominique Gerald 

John Reid 

Tony Barnes 

Gregory Hopkins 

Ken Dowdle 

Patrick Tucker 

Jeffery James 

Thomas Turner 




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Karla Barksdale 
Theola Roy 




Rita Archer 
Mark Sadler 
Donna Williams 
Maurice Mayfield 
Dawana Warren 
India Brown 
Belinda Little 
Iris Thomas 



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216 CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS 



Carla Barksdale 

Stan Ingram 

Wanda Darby 

Hope Coffey 

James Johnson 

Carey Worlh 

Robert Neal 

Bruce Dunlap 

Ken Dowdle 





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Miraim Frazier 

Dana Slade 

Jean Powell 

Dr. Fred Eady 

Sharon Reddick 

Danita Blount 

Michael Carter 

Lynn Jackson 

Vetta Bollard 

Victor Coffey 

Slyvia Jackson 

Selma Morrison 

Sharon Russell 

Mark Sadler 

Alan Eady 

James Johnson 

Alisa Wilson 

Anne Edington 

Cedric Ruff 

Belinda McKoy 

Bruce Dunlap 

Francine Holley 

Gail Mears 

Brian Drake 




CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS 217 




Arthur Johnson 
Reginald Speller 
Alvin Woods 



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Dion Hill 
Sharon Reddick 
Yolanda Mears 
Sylvester Pittman 



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Edward Raynard 

Mark McLean 

Terrence Howard 





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Phyllis Webb 

Sabrlna Umstead 

Ton! Shawn 

Teresa Hall 

Bonita Perry 

Delia Scoggin 

George Witherspoon 

Mickey Harris 

Robert Neal 

Gregory Watson 

Milton Murray 

John Ford 



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CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS 219 




Denise Matthews 
Jennifer Ford 
Pam Bynum 
Tanya Spats 
Pamela Chasten 
Tammy Blackwell 
Laura Martin 
Darla Hunt 





Danne Shields 
Wanda Hill 
Tracey White 
Randon Pender 
Valerie Goins 
Debra Murray 
Tanya Davis 
Florence Debro 
Mary Jordan 
Joan Canter 
Cecila Roberson 
Mary Motley 
Tangula Hughes 



220 CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS 



Katrine Haire 

Joyce Harrington 

Carolyn Turner 

Mozell Thomas 

Denise Simons 

Sandra Scales 

Mike Smith 

Rodrick Davis 

Dorthy Suggs 

Shirley McFadden 

Angela Collins 

Sylvia Rogers 

Eneta Lucas 

Lisa Bonds 

Lititia Poke 

Dwight Bryant 

Stacy Goodson 

Dorthy Byrd 

Monique Stallings 

Rita Brinkly 

Patrice Farmer 

Stephanie Ried 

Jean Haily 

Sabrina Larkins 

Reginal Ruff 

Cedric Ruff 








Mozell Thomas 
Carolyn Turner 

Sylvia Rogers 
Denise Simons 
Stacy Goodson 
Eneta Lucas 
Sandra Scales 
Patrice Farmer 

Katrine Haire 




CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS 221 




Clarissa Clark 
Nesie Miller 
Devonda McClain 
Denise Morrison 
Mary Motley 
Beverly Mason 
Rita Archer 





Wanda Darby 
Connie Hare 
Kelly Renwrick 
Delya Lloyd 
Cassandra Evans 



222 CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS 



Reginal Ruff 

Jean Hailey 

Sabnna Larkins 

Cednc Ruff 

Sylvester Pittman 

Sylvia Rogers 

Eneta Lucas 

Lisa Bonds 

Lititla Poke 

Dwight Bryant 

Stacy Goodson 

Dorothy Byrd 

Monique Stallings 

Rita Bnnkley 

Patrice Farmer 

Katrine Haire 

Joyce Harrington 

Carolyn Turner 

Mozell Thomas 

Denise Simons 

Saudre Scales 





Roderick Davis 

Stacy Goodson 

Reginal Ruff 

Dwight Bryant 

Denise Simons 

Saudra Scales 

Sylvia Rogers 

Dorthy Byrd 

Katrine Haire 

Sabnna Larkins 

Patrica Farmer 

Rita Brinkley 

Carolyn Turner 

Shirley McFadden 

Angela Collins 




CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS 223 




Rita Davis 
Zelma Morrison 
Cynthia Moore 
Cheryl Britton 
Ivey Peace 





Janice McLean 
Betty Jean Sturdivant 
Valerie Bell 
Annie Ford 



224 CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS 



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During the month of September, Winston-Salem 
State University presented papers at an international 
research conference. The school was the only under- 
graduate university invited to the annual meeting of 
the world's top immunologists, the Reticuloendothe- 
lial Society. The Tenth International Congress was 
held in Ito, Japan, where fifteen countries were repre- 
sented along with one predominantly black institu- 
tion of higher learning, Winston-Salem State Univer- 
sity. 

Dr. Wilveria B. Atkinson and five students wrote a 
paper about their research and presented it to other 
scientists at the symposium. The students who 
attended were Phyllis A. Bass, G. Bradley Atkinson, 
Candis L. Black, Jacquese O. Black, and Terri L. 
Hamilton. 

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS 225 




Sheila Y. Ijames 
Student Government Association President 




226 CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS 



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Sherwood Davis 
Vice President 



Dana Caulder 
Miss W.S.S.U. 



Eric Hudson 
Judicial Affairs 




Pamela Knox 
Executive Secretary 



Joy Bridges 
Administrative Assistant 



Brian Drake 
Public Relations 




Cassandra Evans 
Public Relations 



Jacqueline Hendrick 
Public Relations 



Anthony Ragland 
Day Student Affairs 



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LUBS & ORGANIZATIONS 229 



Ram Staff 




Clintona Langley 
Administrative Assistant 



Dominique Good 
Photography 



Stanley Harding 
Business Manager 




230 CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS 



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Senior Section 



Priscilla Stanfield 
Typing Section 



Jacqueline Hendrick 
Public Relations 



Cassandra Evans 
Copy Section 




Janice McLean 
Sports Section 



Annamaria Stamp 
Underclassman 



Connie Hare 
Clubs and Organizations 



Section Editors 



CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS 231 




Yearbook 



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CARLA JOHNSON 
ALISA WILSON 
MARK SADLER 
JOY BRIDGES 



JOYCE STANDFIELD 
CLINTONA LANGLEY 
ROCHELLE STANLEY 
FREDDIE FRAZIER 
DELL McMILLIAN 



ROBERT LASSITER 
ANTHONY RAGLAND 
ROBERT ROBBINS 
ARTHUR JOHNSON 
DEBBIE SMITH 



RITA ARCHER 
MIKE TAYLOR 
BENSON RAY 
TONI EVANS 
CARY CAIN 



CALVIN FINGER 
KELVIN KEARNS 
PAMELA COOKE 
YVETTE SCOTT 
ARTHEA PERRY 



THE PRIDE OF THE CIAA 





MR. DUNCAN GRAY, DIRECTOR 



DR. LAPOINT DAVIS, ASSISTANT DIRECTOR 



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UNIVERSITY CHOIR 







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MISS CARLA LAMPKINS, President 





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Marcia McDougal 
Bonnie Moore 
Sonya Hairston 
Linda Hucks 
Reba Phillips 
Diane Robinson 
Leslie Linder 
Tim Funderburk 
John Alston 



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ANNETTE JORDAN PRESIDENT 

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Dear Rams, 

This yearbook is not just a book of pictures placed on a page; it represents the life and blood of WSSU, the students 
and faculty. As a member of this family I have grown and matured with the guidance of Miss Cassandra V. Douglas 
and Mr. Beaufort 0. Bailey, for without their patience, caring, understanding and love I would not have pulled through. 

In my eyes no one could have asked for a better staff than the one I was blessed with. Their willingness to work hard 
and put in extra time has helped to produce a book I know you will be proud to show. This book represents a family 
effort and without each member of the family pulling together it would not have been completed. 

I would like to thank the Ram yearbook staff for their dedication and hard work for making this book a success. 

And special thanks to Richard Bailey, Stanley and Madison Harding (The Hardy Boys), Brent Wilson, Valarie Goins, 
Rita Archer, Cynthia Jewell, my Mom and Dad and my lovely friend and co-editor Regeania McQuaig. 

To the "Class of 1985" I would like to share with you a verse my Mom shared with me: 

Figure it out for yourself 

You were born with all the greatest have had 

With your equipment they all began 

So get hold of yourself and say "I CAN." 

Look them over, the wise and the great 

They take their food from a common plate 

With similar knives and forks they use 

With similar laces they tie their shoes 

The world considered them brave and smart 

But you're all they had when they made their start 

You are the handicapped you must face 

You are the one who must choose your place 

You must say where you want to go 

How much you will study the truth to know 

God has equipped you with life; you see 

But he lets you decide what you want to be 

So, figure it out for yourself 

You were born with all the greatest have had 

2 hands, 2 arms, 2 legs, 2 eyes, and a brain to use 

If you would be wise, 

With this equipment they all began 

So get hold of yourself and say "I CAN." 



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Yours truly 



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R. Dion Hill 
Editor-in-Chief 
The Ram 1985 



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Dimensions — 9 X 12 Bound on the long side 
Cover — Base material — Lexotone, Color — Oyster, 

Gold Foil Stamp and Metal Applique, Fox Fur grain 
Run — 2,000 copies, 296 pages, 96 4/color pages 
Type — Helvetica 
Endsheets — 4/Color 
Paper — Gloss Enamel 
Printed by — Hunter Publishing Company 

2505 Empire Drive 

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Company Representative — J.B. Edwards 

SPECIAL CREDITS 

Greek Photos — Roland S. Watts 

Senior Photos — Mickey Harris, Jerome Redford and 

Richard Bailey 
Queen Photos — Mickey Harris, Benita Perry and 

Cassandra V. Douglas 
Building Photos — Mickey Harris 
Photographic Staff — Mickey Harris, Jerome Redford, 

Dominique Good, Kimberly Campbell, Conrad 

Smith, Ben Jones, Rodney Brown, Beaufort O. 

Bailey and Cassandra V. Douglas 



SPECIAL THANKS 

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BEST WISHES TO 
THE CLASS OF '85 

FROM 



THE MANAGEMENT & STAFF OF 

90.5 
WSNC-FM 

THE VOICE OF THE WSSU RAMS 

C.W. THOMAS, GENERAL MANAGER 



CONGRATULATIONS GRADUATING SENIORS 
FROM 



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EYEWEAR UNLIMITED OPTICAL SHOP 



224 NORTH TRADE STREET 
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BROWN ALUMNI CHAPTER 

OF 
WSSU ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 

WINSTON-SALEM, NORTH CAROLINA 
"33 YEARS OF OUTSTANDING PROGRESS 

PRESIDENT— DORIS MOORE 

VICE-PRESIDENT — VICKI SUMMERS 

SECRETARY — BERNICE DAVENPORT 

ASST. SECRETARY — JOSIE CLEMONS 

FINANCIAL SECRETARY — BARBARA HARRIETT 

TREASURER — NORMAN KING 

PARLIAMENTARIAN — ELEANOR BRYANT 

CHAPLAIN — DEBORAH DANIELS 

CHAIRMAN OF FINANCE — JAMES D. WILLIAMS 



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CONGRATULATIONS 






TO 






THE CLASS OF 1985 






FROM 




THE WASHINGTON-METROPOLITAN ALUMNI 




CHAPTER 






OF 




WINSTON-SALEM STATE UNIVERSITY 




1984-85 OFFICERS 




PRESIDENT 


MARY C. BUFORD 


(CLASS OF '61) 


VICE-PRESIDENT 


AMY JONES 


(CLASS OF 70) 


RECORDING SECRETARY 


DARLENE KNIGHT 


(CLASS OF '83) 


TREASURER 


BONITA J. MCNEILL 


(CLASS OF '82) 


CORRESPONDENCE SECRETARY 


GENEVA HUMPHREY 


(CLASS OF '54) 


FINANCIAL SECRETARY 


LEE B. MCRAE 


(CLASS OF 48) 


PARLIMENTARIAN 


RUTH WALLS 


(CLASS OF '55) 




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All Types of Building Products 



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Bus. Phone 724-7441 




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SAME LOCATION SINCE 1929 

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1985 



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Furnishings, Inc. 

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President 

"Creating Workable Office Environments" 

7758 North Point Blvd. Telephone 

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2310-12 NORTH PATTERSON AVENUE 

WINSTON-SALEM, NC 27105 

723-4563 

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TO THE DISTINGUISHED CLASS OF 1985 

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Winston-Salem, NC 27104 

768-0270 



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Teachers and State Employees. 



CONGRATULATIONS GRADUATING SENIORS! 



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CONGRATULATIONS 
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8 a.m. to 7 p.m. 

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7 a.m. to 4 p.m. 

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CONGRATULATIONS TO THE SENIOR MEMBERS OF THE RAM 

STAFF 



ILLA HAIRE 
MADISON HARDING 
STANLEY HARDING 
MICKEY HARRIS 
JACKIE HENDRICKS 
R. DION HILL 
CLINTONA LANGLEY 
JENNIFER LONG 
BEVERLY MASON 
JANICE McLEAN 



PAULA McNEIL 
REGEANIA McQUAIG 
ARTHEA PERRY 
BONITA ROSBY 
PAM RUSH 
ANNAMARIA STAMP 
BETTY STURDIVANT 
CYNTHIA THOMPSON 
ANITA TUKES 



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TANYA L. ADAMS 
I have seen you grow and I am proud. 
Keep reaching for the stars. Congratula- 
tions. 

Henry and Rita, with love 

Your father would have been proud, I 
am. You are our baby, we love you. 

Margie (Mama) 



WAYNE C. ARTIS 
Much love, luck, happiness, and plenty 
of success in your future endeavors. 
With love, Magaline, Alfonza, & Family 



MICHAEL D. BAKER 
I am very proud of you. Your determina- 
tion to be successful is what makes you 
unique. 

Grandmother 

Congratulations! Your success makes 
us very proud of you. May God bless 
you. 

Mom and Dad 



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RENESE O. BATES 
Nessie, we are proud of you. May God 
continue to bless you and watch over 
you. 

Love your family, The Bates 

I knew you could climb the ladder to 

success! Congratulations, and best 

wishes God bless Your big-little sister 

Sandra Dee Sims and Family 

Congratulations, and may God bless 
you. We are very proud of you Nessie 
Your Uncle & Aunt, Jack & Jean Miller 

Congratulations! The future holds a lot 

for such a wonderful person. Good luck! 

Carla & Christy 

Please be Patient, God is not through 
with you yet. We're proud of you. 

Love, Uncle Carl & Aunt Mae 



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ORLANDO BATTLE 
We are proud of you and wish you the 
best of luck. 

The Battles 



TAMYE M. BLACKWELL 
To a very sweet girl, wishing you the 
best. 

Your friend, J.E. Hauser, Jr. 



ANGELA WAVETTE BRODIE 
Walker would have been very proud of 
you. 

Your Sister, Virginia 




NORMAN F. BROWN 
Congratulations, we are proud of you, 
and wish the best of everything. 

Dad and Mom 

Congratulations to our only nephew. 

Now fulfill your dreams and aspirations. 

Auntie Roxie & Uncle Vincent 



DANA CAULDER 
Congratulations, may God be with you 
in all endeavors of life. 

A. Naomi Gerald 



LISA O CHERRY 
Congratulations! We are so proud to be 
your parents. May God be with you al- 
ways 

Mom and Dad 



ALONZO BRIAN COSBY 
Congratualtions, much hard work 
ahead. WSSU has given you knowl- 
edge, you must now use it. 

Granddaddy and Gum" 

Congratulations son! Wishing you a 
very successful career. I'm the proudest 
mother in the world. 

Mom 








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SHERYL V. DAVIS 
"As you climb the hill of success, con- 
tinue to reach for the top." 

Your aunt, Lillian O. Smith 

Congratulations, I never lost faith in you 
Keep God always first in your life. 

Mother 

Congratulations, you have laid the foun- 
dation. Now build upon it. We wish you 
luck. 

Mrs. Georgia L. Wheeler and family 

Congratulations, May you turn your 
"goals" into "gold" and your dreams into 
realities. 

Sorors: Rosalyn F. Pender and 
Sandra C. Robinson 



RONNIE L. DOWDLE 
Congratulations, Ronnie! May God 
bless you in your endeavors. We are so 
proud of you. 

Mom & Dad 



BRENDA K. ELLIS 
Congratulations! We are extremely 
proud of you. Wishing you much suc- 
cess and best of luck. 

Mom & Dad 



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ALICIA R. FLOWERS 
We are proud of you and pray that God 
will continue to bless you! 

Mom & Daddy 

We are proud of you and wish you the 
best of luck. 

Eddie Smith & Family 

We are really proud of you sis! We love 
you dearly. Good luck! 

Herman & Therman Flowers 

Congratulations! May God continue to 
richly bless you. 

Rev. & Mrs. Staccato Powell 



GRADY G. FUNDERBURK 
We are extremely proud of you. May 
God richly bless and keep you. 

Mom and Bryan 



SHARON M. FULLER 
Congratulations! We knew you could do 
it. You had a long way to go, and with 
God's help you've made it. 

Levi & Mildred Fuller 



Alicia 

beautiful young lady 



I've watched you grow into a 
. f'm real proud! 
Grandma Smith 



LISA MARIE GORDON 
Congratulations! It was an uphill strug- 
gle, but we made it through together. I 
love you. Mommmmmmmmmmie 

Congrats 'Lil Sister Soror! You've got to 
take my slack on this one. I may have 
been first on some things, but this is not 
one of them. Good luck in the future 
you've got a bright one. Love always, 
Steph! Oo-oop! 

Lisa, if you think education is expensive, 
try ignorance! Thanks for not trying the 
latter. 

Godmother A 

You have attained one of life's highest 

goals. Much happiness in your future! 

Grandma Carlita 

May your unique talents enhance your 
achievements and lift you to life's high- 
est status. Congratulations! Aunt Lois 
Make me, mold me, fix me Lord. Make 
me what you'd have me to be! 

Donald, Wanda and Donald, Jr. 

Best wishes and much success in all 
your endeavors, Lisa!! 

Godfather Otis and Unk Sonny 




ILLA HAIRE 
Dear daughter, you have been and still 
are like a bright shining star that gives 
light to many people, including your 
family. Your Christian ways will always 
be in our hearts. 

Continue to do right and Gods recom- 
pense to you will be a power of doing 
more right. 

God is neaven and the love of God is 
within you. We love you very much. 

Dad, Mom and family 

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STANLEY N. HARDING 
Congratulations son! Education is a 
valuable asset. We are so very proud of 
you. 

Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Harding 

I am very proud of you. Continue to 
strive for the very best life has. 

Lydia Harding 




KEVIN R. HAWKINS 
Do not follow where the path leads — 
rather, go where there is not path and 
leave a trail! Congratulations. 

B.A. Luv ya! 

What lies behind you and what lies be- 
fore you are tiny matters compared to 
what lies within you! 

Steph and Unk Sonny 






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JACQUELINE C. HENDRICK 
We are proud of you and hope you will 
continue striving for the best. God bless 
you. 

Grandma and Grandad 

I am very proud of you and may God 
bless you in all your endeavors. 

Mom 



REGINALD D. HILL 



TANGULA P. HUGHES 



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on 



We have always been and will continue Congratulations with love, because you 

suffered many things, yet were not de- 
feated by the struggle. 

Paxton Hughes 



to be proud of you 

Love, Mom and Dad 

Congratulations, Dion. We love you 
very much. 

Grandpa and Grandma 

You are continuously making the family 

proud. Carry on our black heritage Dion. 

Aunt Cindy and Paula 

Congratulations Dion ! This is just one of 
the many stepping stones of life. Shine 
on. 

Love, Alva 



CURTIS HUMPHREY 
Audnetes fortuna Ju vat — Fortune 
favors the bold. 

Curtis Humphrey, Sr. 

I knew you could do it because you're 
my super son and I love you. 

Mom 

The world is now your stepping stone. 
Enjoy it! Congratulations. 

Keith A. Humphrey 

We've has our ups and downs. Congra- 
tulations! Continue your climb to suc- 
cess. 

Sheri A. Humphrey 




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SHEILA Y. IJAMES 
Always remember anything worth hav- 
ing won't come easy and through 
CHRIST "All Things Are Possible." 
Love, Babette "Squirt" Summers 



LISA D. JEFFERIES 
We are proud of you. Continue to ac- 
knowledge God's sovereignty and use 
your talents unselfishly 

Mom, Dad and Brothers 



TONY LAVONE JONES 
Congratulations, you're finally at the 
top, but don't stop now. I'm extremely 
proud of you. 

Mom and Dad 



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WILLIAM B. LEAK 
Congratulations to a wonderful son. 
May God bless you with much success 
in your career! 

Love, Mom 



ELIZABETH A. LEWIS 
Congratulations! Baby. I knew you 
could make it. Just keep the faith. I love 
you. 

Mom and Brother 



JENNIFER D. LONG 
Congratulations and best wishes. 

Love, Mom and Oad 



BEVERLY MASON 
Congratulations! We are proud of your 
success through the years. Keep climb- 
ing the ladder of success. 

Uncle Bernie and Family, 
Baltimore, Maryland 

We are very proud of you, much suc- 
cess and happiness in the future. 

Love, Uncle Clarence, 
Aunt Lois, and "Ree" 

I am very proud of you. Always remem- 
ber to put God first. Remember that I 
love you. 

Your mother, Carlease 

Over the years, you have gained a lot of 
success. I am proud of you. 

Your grandmother, b.k.a. Moma 

We are proud of you. You have only just 
begun. We are still behind you! 

Landell. Elaine 
and Landra Cunningham 

Congratulations Beverly, We knew you 

could do it. Best wishes! Mrs. Matris 

Wade and Sons 







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RODGER D MASON 
Congratulations! We are so proud of 
you. Continue to "shoot" for success in 
life. 

Mama and Daddy 

Congratulations! You've made us feel 
so proud. May God bless you in your 
career. 

Aunt Mable and Uncle Clarence 



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CHESTER N. MAYFIELD, JR. 
Congratulations, son. We love you not 
only for your accomplishments but for 
your worth. You are a blessing from the 
Lord. Hold on to the wonderful qualities 
you possess. Strive for the best and in 
doing so, keep God in the No. 1 position 
in your life. 

Dad and Mom 




YVETTE REGINA McCULLOUGH 
Our limitations are in our own minds, the 
supply is there waiting in vast abund- 
ance. 

Love, Mom and Dad 






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JANICE McLEAN 
We wish you the best in all you do. We'll 
always love you. 

Rathel, Nelly and Jose 

Congratulations, on your potential and 
for a job well done. You're the top of my 
list! 

Ben|i 

You have always made us happy. May 

God bless you on your climb to success. 

Much love, Mom and Dad 

Congratulations, and to God be the 
glory for your success! We are proud of 
you' 

Rev. J. A. Moultrie and the 
Goldsboro Chapel Church Family 

Congratulations, May you have many 
prosperous years in the future. We are 
proud of you. 

Love, 
Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Williams 



PAULA F. McNEIL 
Congratulations! We are proud of you 
May God be with you through your en- 
tire career. 

Mom and Dad 



REGEANIA McQUAIG 
Congratulations! We are very proud of 
you. We always knew you could do it. 
Shirley and Eugene (Mom and Dad) 

You've sowed good seeds; now you'll 
reap a good harvest Good luck in the 
future. 

Cynthia and Kisil 

Our limitations are in our own minds. 
Always put God first then we know you 
will succeed. 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank McQuaig 

The habit of expecting great things of 

ourselves calls out the best that is in us. 

Your Brother, B.B. (Ron) 

We are extremely proud of you. May 
God richly bless and keep you. 

Cora and Essie Hamilton 

Congratulations to such a wonderful 
part of my life. The sharing and loving 
has now paid off, and even more in the 
future. Love you, James O. Singletary 




KARL D. MENEFEE 
The road was rough but you kept the 
faith. We are proud of you. God bless. 
Dad, Mom and family 



PAULL. MILLER, III 
Congratulations and wishing you the 
finest in your climb to success. 

Your wife, Mrs. Katrina 
Robinson-Miller 



JANET MOORE 
Congratulations, we knew you could do 
it. Best of luck and may God bless you. 
Ruffin and Ann 



SERINA A. MYERS 
Congratulations. We are proud of you. 
Hope you continually strive for the best. 
Love, Mom and Dad 



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DEBORAH A. ROBERTSON 
Congratulations. I am extremely proud 
of you. May further success be yours. 
God bless 

Mom 



JAMES O. SINGLETARY 

Congratulations! There is no secret to 

what God can do. You've made a lasting 

impression in my life. I'm proud of you. 

Love, Regeania McQuaig (Tweet) 

Obstacles are only seen when you take 
your eyes off your goal. Reach for it! 
The Family. Mom, Dad, George, Debra, 
Nita, Nount, Tony, Jackie, Alvin, and 
Lynn. 





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DARRYL C. PAGE 
Congratulations to a very special guy. 
Always put Christ first in your life and 
success will be yours. We love you! 

Ma and "Dea" 



CAROL L. REYNOLDS 
Congratulations on this wonderful 
achievement and I pray that a happy 
and fulfilling future lies ahead. 

Dad 

Congratulations. Your graduation from 

college is only one of many major 

accomplishments you're going to make. 

Love, Pam & Sherri Murrell 




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PAMELA DENISE SMITH 
You are the daughter and sister we love 
so dearly. Continued success, Happy 
Future & Congratulations. 

Mom, Dad & Sis 

Congratulations, be forever happy in 
your future endeavors! 

Francis & Nicholas 

Everyone can't be a star, but being a 

member of the winning team is fantastic. 

Uncle Eddie & Aunt "Gene" 

You are very precious to me, you're 
morning sunshine. May God continue to 
smile upon you. Congratulations. 

Grandma Rosa 

May the ladder of success be forever 
forthcoming for you. Sincere congrat- 
ulations! Iris, Jimmy & daughters 

Congratulations! Continue to make 
giant steps in the future. We are so 
proud! Dad & Family 

Congratulations, Pamela for success- 
fully completing another milestone in 
your life. Shaw Family 



ANNAMARIA STAMP 
Congratulations in the Goodness of my 
Goodness when I am Good and the 
Saddness of my Saddness when I am 
Sad And the Gladness of my Gladness 
cannot compare to the Badness of my 
Badness when I am Bad. God Bless 
Beryl & Allman Stamp 

Good luck and the best of everything. 
We knew you could do it. 
The Family: Maria, Pat, Orlando, Moni- 
ca, Karen, Barry, Lena & Tamara 

Congratulations, you made it! May God 
bless you in the future. 

Love, your Godmother, 
Bernice and Mother 

May God bless you. Keep it up! You will 
make that mark in life. 

Love, Aunt Mildred, Margaret 
Jeanette, Geraldine, and Uncle James 

Being a winner doesn't come easy. 
Congratulations, on your move to the 
top. 

Marvin & Helena Lattimore 

Success is a long journey to the top. 

Congratulations! Keep on keeping on. 

James McCloud 








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MOZELLE THOMAS 
We wish you Gods speed and the best 
of everything in your future. 

Mama and Daddy 



CYNTHIA LOUISE THOMPSON 
Congratulations, we are extremely 
proud of you. May God richly bless and 
keep you. 

Mom & Dad 



GWENDOLYN F. TOONE SHARI D. TRUESDELL 

Congratulations on making your Congratulations from all of us. 
dreams come true. Good luck!, and The Walls 

keep striving for success. 

Mom, Dad, Sisters & Brothers Love, best wishes and congratulations. 

Debborah and Trudy 

Congratulations and best wishes. We 
are proud of you. 

Love, Mom and Janski 




DAWANNA R. WARREN 
Congratulations to a dear daughter, 
who we love very much. As you con- 
tinue your climb to success, always re- 
member to "believe in yourself". May 
God keep you in his care. 

Mom & Dad 



RENA D. WILLIAMS 
We always knew you were the best, and 
we're so very proud of you. 

Mom & Brenda 



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ELAINE LAVERN ALEXANDER 
Congratulations, we are very proud of you, and wish the best of luck. 

Uncle Al and Aunt Sue 

Congratulations, Success is just around the corner. God will be with you all 
the way. 

Your mother, Hazel Alexander 

Congratulations, I am very proud of you. My thoughts and prayers have been 
with you always. 

Your Aunt Alice S. White 

Congratulations, we knew you could do it. We are very proud of you. 

Aunt Chip 

Congratulations, now that you have the knowledge, success is there for you I 
am proud of you. 

Aunt Grace 

We are very proud of you. We knew you could do it. We love you. 

Your aunt, uncle and cousin, (The Minors) 



JONATHAN L NIMMONS 
The last four years were hard, but through it all God has blessed you. 

Mom, Dad and sisters 




Class of 1985 
We will miss you 



WARNIE LEE PATTON 
We are proud of you and wish the best of luck now and always. Continue to 
press forward, Warnie. We love you. 

Mother, sisters and brothers 



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PAMILLA A. RICE 
To be born with qualities and to succeed is one thing. To nurture those 
qualities is another! Congratulations! 

Your parents 



DANIEL J. BRYSON 
Daniel, we are proud of you. Congratulations, keep up the good work. We 
love you. 

Mom and Dad 



LEONARD EDWARD CONDRAD, JR. 
Congratulations on your climb of success. May God bless you. 



Mother 



I am very proud of your accomplishments. I wish you the very best of 
everything. 

Love, Janet Rynes 



WAYNE K. RICHARDSON 
Jesus is the height of the world. If you follow him you will always be success- 
ful. Congratulations! 

Love, Mom and Dad 



Always strive for the best and accept nothing less. I love you. 



Kathy Bryant 






DEBORAH H. ROBERTSON 
Congratulations. I am extremely proud of you. May further success be yours. 



God bless. 



Mom 



ALLEN M. COOLEY 
Your determination and attack ensured your guerdon, good luck and God 
bless you. 

Jim and Margaret Cooley 



SHARON B. RUSSELL 
We are very proud of you. Put God first, then we know you'll succeed. 

Mom and Dad 



TUJANNA EVANS 
Congratulations, we are proud of you. May the good Lord bless you always. 

Grandma & Grandpa Byrd 






JACQUELINE A. JOHNS 
We are proud of this achievement and we thank God for His guidance, 
blessings, love and for giving you to us. We love you. 

Mom and Dad 



MELODY G. JOYNER 
Congratulations my love! "With God's help "WE" made it." 

Your Mother, Sister and Brother 



JONATHAN V. THOMAS 
I am very proud of you. Continue to strive for the very best life has to offer and 
remember to put God first. 

Mom 

You're finally at the top, but don't stop now. I'm extremely proud of you. 

Dave 




GREGORY L. WATSON 
We are very proud of you. The best of luck and success in the future. 

Grandma Annie B. Watson 

Congratulations! I am very proud of you. May God bless you. Good luck. 

Mom, Sister, and Brothers 



JOANN K. MAIDEN 
Congratulations for directing the change, rather than simply going through 
the changes. No stopping! 

J.A.M., Jr. 

Congratulations! We are proud of you, and your accomplishments. Keep the 
dynasty alive. 

The Maiden Family 




DOROTHY ANN WEEKS 
Your wish from a little girl has finally come true, to finish college. God bless 
you. 

Mom & Family 



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SENIOR CLASS DIRECTORY 



Adams Tanya 
5720 Harper Ferry Road 
Winston-Salem, NC 27106 
Akins Michael 
32 Laurel Lane 
Winston-Salem, NC 27101 
Alexander Carolyn 
835 Willow Place 
High Point, NC 27260 
Alexander Elaine 
500-B Anaheim Street 
High Point, NC 27260 
Alexander Johannah 
241 1 Carmine Street 
Charlotte, NC 28206 
Allen Robbie 
110 Hemingway Street 
Winston-Salem, NC 27107 
Allen Samuel 
610-B W2nd Street 
Winston-Salem, NC 27101 
Alston Gloria 
RTE2, Box 158-C 
Warrenton, NC 27589 
Alston Lillie 
2449 Bluefield Street 
Durham, NC 27704 
Anderson William 
2009 Bay Avenue 
Hampton, VA 23661 
Armstrong Grady 
722 East Grand Avenue 
Rocky Mount, NC 27801 
Artis Linda 
2746-A Cole Road 
Winston-Salem, NC 27107 
Artis Wayne 
104 Reid Street 
Suffolk, VA 23434 
Askew Ricky 
RTE 1 , Box 489-A 
Aulander, NC 27805 
Avinger Sandra 
3420-A Hartford Street 
Winston-Salem, NC 27106 
Bailey Jock 

112 North East 27th Street 
Winston-Salem, NC 27105 
Bailey Linda M 
916 W Allen Street 
Hendersonville, NC 28739 
Bailey Linda S 
RTE 11, Box 359 
Statesville. NC 28677 
Baker Bevan 
RTE 4, Box 238-A 
Hertford, NC 27944 
Baker Harriet 
620 2nd Street SW 
Conover, NC 28613 
Baker Michael 
1023 Mt, Kisco Drive 
Charlotte, NC 28213 
Bangle William 
2461 Ardmore Manor 
Winston-Salem, NC 27103 
Barber Dreama 
RTE 1 , Box 431 
Mocksville, NC 27028 
Barnes Toney 
1916 Tyler Townloop 
Raeford, NC 28376 
Bates Renese 
Route 1 2, Box 27-A 
Salisbury, NC 28144 
Battle Orlando 
515 Park Avenue 
Rocky Mt., NC 27801 
Bell Valerie 
RTE 1 , Box 509 
Plymouth, NC 27962 

Benge Barbara 

PO Box 592 

Rural Hall, NC 27045 



Bennett Robby 

PO Box 271 

Walnut Cove, NC 27052 

Bentley Kerry 

4844 Northwest 24th Court 

Fort Lauderdale, FL 33311 

Benton Pamela 

2716 Raleigh Avenue 

Winston-Salem, NC 27105 

Beroth Jane 

1613 Village Place 

Winston-Salem, NC 27107 

Bigelow John 

1620 Margaret Lane 

Burlington, NC 27215 

Blackwell Tamye 
361 Maxine Road 
Danville, VA 24541 
Boiling Steven 
3013 Lamb Avenue 
Richmond, VA 23222 
Bovender Elizabeth 
1337 Houston Street 
Winston-Salem, NC 27107 
Bowden Beverly 
6214 Timberland Drive 
Fayetteville, NC 28304 
Bragg Leroy 
7734 Alexander Road 
Wilmington, NC 28405 
Brandon Jacqueline 
RTE 1 , Box 48 
Semora, NC 27343 
Bridget! Sharon 
RTE 1 , Box 383 
Windsor, NC 27983 
Broadie Angela 
RTE 5, Box 68 
Louisburg, NC 27549 
Broadnax Carmen 
1410 N E 3RD Street 
Winston-Salem, NC 27102 
Broadnax Donnell 
RTE 9, Box 126 
Reidsville, NC 27320 
Broadway Lakay 
12 Brich Avenue 
Princeton, NJ 08540 
Brown Brenda 
580 Wilma Street 
Fayetteville, NC 28301 
Brown Deborah 
1361 W Sedgefield Drive 
Winston-Salem, NC 27107 
Brown Deidre 
5310 Prince Charles Drive 
Kernersville, NC 27284 
Brown Keith 
1439 Mornignside Drive 
Burlington, NC 27215 
Brown Michael 
RTE 1 , Box 25 
Edenton, NC 27932 
Brown Norman 
101 West 25th Street 
Winston-Salem, NC 27105 
Brown Wanda 
1 447 Church Street 
Statesville, NC 28677 
Bryant Donald 
627 Eagle Road 
Kinston, NC 28501 
Bryson Daniel 
112 Ross Street 
Morgonton, NC 28655 
Buchanan Sonia 
/30-D S Pender Street 
Wilson, NC 27893 
Bullock Demetrice 
4101 Kennedy Drive 
Wilson, NC 27893 

Burchette Monica 
306 East Bate Street 
Warrenton, NC 27589 



Burton Michael 
RTE 1 , Box 3B 
Warrenton, NC 27589 
Bynum William 
1006 Springdale Drive 
Durham, NC 27707 
Cain Cary 
1711 Butler Street 
Winston-Salem, NC 27107 
Cain Gloria 
RTE 11, Box 665 
Sanford, NC 28368 
Caldwell Edith 
3300-307 N Greensboro 
Winston-Salem, NC 27101 
Campbell Kim 
220 Huff Circle 
Winston-Salem, NC 27105 

Canty Alexander 
2350 Blecker Drive 
Winston-Salem, NC 27107 
Carden Anne 
8313 Stafford Mill Road 
Oak Ridge, NC 27310 
Carmon Kimberly 
1010 Treadway Court 
Winston-Salem, NC 27106 
Carroll Sylvia 
RTE 2, Box 191 
Norlina, NC 27563 
Carruthers Alan 
3401 Carver Road 
Winston-Salem, NC 25105 
Carson Willie 
920 N-West Blvd. 
Winston-Salem, NC 27101 
Carter Kenneth 
1021 E 15th Street 
Winston-Salem, NC 27105 
Caulder Dana 
215 Front Street 
Lumberton, NC 28358 
Chadwick Brenda 
1350 Argonne Blvd 
Winston-Salem, NC 27107 
Chavis Teresa 
326 Whitten Avenue 
Henderson, NC 27536 
Cheek Sharon 
POBox 183 
Goldston, NC 27252 
Cherry Lisa 
RTE 1 , Box 1 1 1 
Windsor, NC 27983 
Chestnut Angela 
801 Burnett Street 
Reidsville, NC 27320 
Chisholm Sandra 
1424 Derry Street 
Winston-Salem, NC 27105 
Clark Clarissa 
622 Galveston Street 
Washington, DC 20032 
Clarke Angela 
6307 Fanning Circle 
Fayetteville, NC 28304 
Clay Leonard 

2048 Summit Avenue Apt I 
Baltimore, MD 21207 

Conrad Leonard 

320 Hemingway Street 

Winston-Salem, NC 27107 

Cooley Allen 

1200 Red Oak Lane 

Winston-Salem, NC 27106 

Cooper Gaye 

RTE 4, Box 191 -A 

Advance, NC 27006 

Cosby Alonzo 

RTE 4, Box 148-R 

Rockingham, NC 28345 

Cowan Alexis 

PO Box 583 

Landis, NC 28088 



Cox Carla 

1262 W 4th Street 

Jacksonville, FL 32209 

Crawford Eric 

754 Vancouver Lane 

Gastonia, NC 28052 

Crisp Sherbydean 

RTE 4, Box 375 

Mebane, NC 27302 

Crutchfield Algie 

955 Ransom Road 

Winston-Salem, NC 27106 

Cunningham Avis 

1317 N Highland Street 

Gastonia, NC 28052 

Dalton Diane 

4895 Pine Hall Road 

Walkertown, NC 27051 

Dalton Yvonne 

PO Box 332 

Stonesville, NC 27048 

Darden Evette 

3031 Airport Road 

Winston-Salem, NC 27105 

Davenport Janis 

2841 Gilmer Avenue 

Winston-Salem, NC 27105 

Davis Addie 

2823 Glenn Avenue 

Winston-Salem, NC 27015 

Davis Brenda 

200 Essex Road 

Nashville, NC 27856 

Davis Deborah 

1005 Faison Street 

Wilson, NC 27893 

Davis Laleisa 

1 975 Lyon Street 

Winston-Salem, NC 27105 

Davis Sheryl 

281 5-B Milbrook Drive 

Winston-Salem, NC 27105 

Davis Tanya 

1104 Cadmeron Avenue 

Winston-Salem, NC 27101 

Davis Veronica 

800 D Tara Court 

Winston-Salem, NC 27107 

Debro Florence 

RTE 2, Box 309-A 

Halifax, NC 27839 

Dickens Angela 

3008 Littlejohn Road 

Raleigh, NC 27610 

Do Lua 

2317 Cole Road 

Winston-Salem, NC 27107 

Dorest Gilbert 

5851 Crestwood Drive 

Charlotte, NC 28216 

Dorest Valerie 

1 308 Bruce Street 

Winston-Salem, NC 27101 

Doub Ronald 

1 1 55 Castlegate Drive 

Winston-Salem, NC 27103 

Dove Antonio 

505 Adkin Street 

Kinston, NC 28501 

Dowdle Ronnie 
1108 Zion Court 
Charlotte, NC 28209 
Draughan Gloria 
RTE 1 , Box 90 
Enfield, NC 27823 
Dunlap Kelvin 
PO Box 226 
Ansonville, NC 28007 
Dunn Oneil 
RTE 1 , Box 536 
Trenton, NC 28585 
Dunnings Terry 
1 000 Westmoreland Drive 
Staunton, VA 24401 



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Earle Dons 

1 06 Sacco Street 

Belmont, NC 28012 

Eason Robin 

1 7524 3rd Avenue 

Detroit, Ml 48203 

East Annie 

PO Box 503 

Pilot Mtn, NC 27041 

Edwards Sheila 

RTE 1 , Box 295 

Union Hall. VA 24176 

Ellerbee Morris 

623 Dennis Road 

Jacksonville, NC 28540 

Ellis Alan 

2114 Elbon Drive 

Winston-Salem, NC 27105 

Ellis Brenda 

PO Box 275 

East Spencer, NC 28039 

England Donna 

2709 Denise Drive 

Greensboro, NC 27407 

Evans Crystal 

5160 Vista Lindo Court 

Winston-Salem, NC 27102 

Evans Jacqueline 

100Cassell Street 

Winston-Salem, NC 27107 

Evans Kevin 

2600 O Salisbury Road 

Winston-Salem, NC 27107 

Evans Tanja 

1819 LeJuene Blvd. 

Jacksonville, NC 28540 

Evans Tujuanna 

3343 Cardinal Street 

Winston-Salem, NC 27105 

Fennel Patsy 

3996 Carver Sch Road 

Winston-Salem, NC 27105 

Few Michael 

1048 Willow Grove Court 

Rochester. Ml 48063 

Finger Calvin 

1426 W Monroe Street 

Salisbury, NC 28144 

Flowers Alicia 

2000 Fieldcrest Road 

Wilson, NC 27893 

Forbes Reginald 

305 North Washington Avenue 

Reidsville, NC 27320 

Ford Annie 

937 21st Street 

Winston-Salem, NC 27105 

Foster Honor 

2141 East 12th Street 

Winston-Salem, NC 27101 

Fowler Clementi 

623 E 25th Street 

Winston-Salem, NC 27105 

Foxx Darrell 

PO Box 354 

East Spencer, NC 28039 

Franklin Lonnie 

2090-8 Cole Road 

Winston-Salem, NC 27107 

Frazier Miriam 

2716 Ivy Avenue 

Winston-Salem, NC 27105 

Fuller Sharon 

PO Box 182 

Hope Mills, NC 28348 

Funderburk Grady 

RTE 1 , Box 204 

Hampstead, NC 28443 

Gaddy Janice 

204 Woodland Drive 

Polkton, NC 28135 

Gambrell Pauline 

908 Camel Avenue 

Winston-Salem, NC 27101 

Gary Jacqueline 

9025 Shadowood Lane 

Charlotte, NC 28210 



Geer Lois 

123-C Piedmont Avenue 

Winston-Salem, NC 27101 

Geer Robert 

516 Tuggle Street 

Durham. NC 27713 

Gillon Deborah 

2404 E Greenbrier Road 

Statesville, NC 28677 

Gilmore Sonya 

4260 Brownsboro Road Apt E-4 

Winston-Salem, NC 27106 

Glenn Carla 

RTE 4, Box 71 -C 

East Bend, NC 27018 

Goines Valarie 

3421 -G31 O Vineyard 

Winston-Salem, NIC 27103 

Goodman David 
100-72B Willow Crk Road 
Winston-Salem, NC 27105 
Goodson Stacy 
1 508 Hook Street 
Winston-Salem, NC 27401 

Goodwin Cynthia 
RTE 2, Box 309 
Donalds, SC 29638 
Goodwin Ellen 
2705 Drewry Lane 
Winston-Salem, NC 27105 
Gordon Lisa 

4530 FT. Totten Drive NE 
Washington, DC 20011 
Gould Tammy 
706 Ponell Street 
Winston-Salem, NC 27107 
Gray Darlene 
2742-H Cole Road 
Winston-Salem, NC 27107 

Gray Stephanie 
2721 Ludwig Street 
Winston-Salem, NC 27107 
Green Bernadet 
3931 Whitfield Road 
Winston-Salem, NC 27105 

Greene Sandra 

RTE 1, Box 110-2 

Warrenton, NC 27589 

Gregg Shawn 

6784 Forest Oak Drive 

Clemmons, NC 27012 

Griggs Glenn 

RTE 3, Box 273 

Eden, NC 27288 

Grogan William 

1230 Grayson Avenue 

Roanoke, VA 24017 

Guions Beverly 

RTE 3. Box 131 -A 

Elizabethtown, NC 28337 

Gwyn James 

232 Lodge Street 

Winston-Salem, NC 27105 

Hagan Samuel 

106 Carver Road 

Jacksonville, NC 28540 

Hailstock Venice 

411 Ross Street 

Winston-Salem, NC 27101 

Haire Ilia 

811 Crawford Street 

Fayettville, NC 28301 

Hairston Brenda 

RTE 3, Box 385 

Lexington, NC 27292 

Hairston Jeri 

RTE 1 , Box 824 

Fieldale. VA 24089 

Hairston Sylvia 

323 Byrd Street 

Eden, NC 27288 

Haith Colestia 

1310 Bothewell Street 

Greensboro, NC 27406 

Hall Kenneth 

RTE 6, Box 57 

Whiteville, NC 28472 



Hall, Theresa 

2642-14 N Cherry Street 

Winston-Salem, NC 27105 

Hamilton Renee 

30-45th Street 

Copiaque, NY 11726 

Handy Ricky 

2831 Thomasville Road 

Winston-Salem, NC 27107 

Harding Madison 

RTE 1, Box 136 

Pleasant Hill. NC 27866 

Harding Stanley 

RTE 1, Box 139 

Pleasant Hill, NC 27866 

Harris Donna 

Apt 7-D 900 Charlotte Street 

Laurinburg, NC 28352 

Harris Gloria 

RTE 8, Box 1 1 

Salisbury, NC 24118 

Harris Janie 

270 Pardwood Court 

Winston-Salem, NC 27105 

Harris Mickey 

1014 Slaughter Street 

Goldsboro, NC 27530 

Harris Teresa 

RTE 3, Box 395-A 

Oxford, NC 27565 

Hawkins Kevin 

601 Rice Street 

Florence, SC 29501 

Hayes Dan 

4013 Peterson Avenue 

Greensboro. NC 27405 

Haynie Valerie 

1254 WSedgefield Drive 

Winston-Salem, NC 27107 

Head Robert 

1220 Cedrow Drive 

High Point, NC 27260 

Heath Michael 

807-L Utah Drive 

Winston-Salem, NC 27107 

Henderson Billy 

211 Smith St. 

Thomasville. NC 27360 

Hendnck Jacqueline 

RTE 3, Box 309-C 

Enfield, NC 27823 

Hicks Karen 

615 Pollock Street 

Richmond, VA 23222 

Hill Denise 

1809 N Jackson Avenue 

Winston-Salem, NC 27105 

Hill Dion 

55 Berkley Terrance 

Irvington, NJ 07111 

Hill Reginald 

55 Berkeley Terrance 

Irvington, NJ 07111 

Hill Samaria 

1425 Waddell Street 

Charlotte, NC 28216 

Hill Wanda 

2700 Fondley Road 

Winston-Salem, NC 27105 

Hilton Waldter 

881 Morris Road 

Winston-Salem, NC 27101 

Hipp Exree 

3119 Pickett Street 

Columbia, SC 29205 

Holmes Valerie 
1422 West 120 Street 
Los Angeles, CA 90047 
Horton Elizabeth 
1620-62 W 1st Street 
Winston-Salem, NC 27104 

Howard Sylvester 

1270 WSedgefield Drive 

Winston-Salem, NC 27017 

Huggins Flake 

1580 W. Cloaninger Street 

Statesville, NC 28677 



Hughes Gregory 

RTE 1, Box 123-H 

Milton, NC 27305 

Hughes Tangula 

2059 Bethabara Road Apt 25 

Winston-Salem, NC 27106 

Humphrey Curtis 

222 Bruce Street 

Newark. NJ 07102 

Huntley Cynthia 

PO Box 57 

East Spencer, NC 28039 

Hutchens Teressa 
RTE 2. Box 171 
Pinnacle, NC 27043 
Huyunh Khoung 
2317 Cole Road 
Winston-Salem, NC 27107 
hames Sheila 
Route 12. Box 153 
Statesville, NC 28677 
Ingram Geraldin 

1008 Cameron Avenue 
Winston-Salem, NC 27107 
Ingram Lyndell 

8-H Salem Garden 
Winston-Salem, NC 28007 
Irby Gregory 
53 Max Street 
Asheville, NC 28801 
James Deborah 
1 333 Gray Avenue 
Winston-Salem, NC 27101 
James Dojer 
602 Voss Street 
Winston-Salem. NC 27105 
James Jeffery 
1133 North Lewis Lane 
Florence, SC 29020 
James Tammy 
Route 1 , Box 90 
Olin. NC 28660 

Jefferies Lisa 

4209 N. Hampton Drive 

Winston-Salem, NC 27105 

Jeffries Darrel 

2731-17 Reid Street 

Winston-Salem, NC 27107 

Jenkins Lois 

3915 Waddel Street 

Winston-Salem, NC 27105 

Jeralds Adrian 

319 Jasper Street 
Fayetteville, NC 28301 
Jeter Andrea 

210 NE 27th Street 
Winston-Salem. NC 27105 
Johns Jacqueline 

1009 Gregg Street 
Raleigh, NC 27601 
Johnson, Alby 
740 Spruce Street 
Winston-Salem, NC 27105 
Johnson. Arthur 

Route 3, Box 339 
Edenton, NC 27932 
Johnson Delores 
701 Woodsway Court 
Reidsville, NC 27320 
Johnson Delores 
2017 Cannon Avenue 
Winston-Salem, NC 27105 
Johnson Leonard 
P.O. Box 333 
Franklinton, NC 27525 
Johnson Obie 

320 Woodland Avenue 
Winston-Salem, NC 27101 
Jones Carmen 

340-G Glendare Drive 
Winston-Salem, NC 27104 

Jones Carol 

109 W Terrell Street 

Greensboro, NC 27406 

Jones Janie 

4013 S Bend Drive 

Winston-Salem, NC 27107 



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Jones Tony 

109 Balance Road 

Fremont, NC 278301 

Jordan Mary 

1305 Don Avenue 

Winston-Salem, NC 27105 

Jordan Michelle 

P.O. Box 122 

Lewiston, NC 27849 

Joyner Melody 

1618 Lincoln Drive 

Greenville, NC 27834 

Kemp Cynthia 

802 Normal Avenue 

Fayetteville, NC 28301 

King Michael 

405 W Cotton Street 

Farmville, NC 27828 

King Tomi 

405 W Cotton Street 

Farmville, NC 27828 

Knox Pamela 

Route 2, Box 523-C 

Leland, NC 27105 

Koonce Elton 

P.O. Box 144 

Trenton, NC 28585 

Lane Teresa 

1714 Lamb Avenue 

High Point, NC 27260 

Langley Clintona 

Route 6, Box 52-A 

Mt. Olive, NC 28365 

Lassiter Robert 

107 W Preston Street 

Selma, NC 27576 

Lawson Frank 

610 Martin Drive 

Kinston, NC 28501 

Leak William 

730 Barbara Jane Avenue 

Winston-Salem, NC 27101 

Lee Rita 

165 Hawkinstown Circle 

Salisbury, NC 28144 

Lee Shelia 

2245 Chalmers Drive 
Sanford, NC 27330 
Leonard Sherry 

1 1 3 Hayes Street 

Louisburg, NC 27549 

Lester Dweller 

438 Burch Avenue 

Roxboro, NC 27573 

Lewis Elizabeth 

705 Longleaf Ave. Box 1 

Goldsboro, NC 27530 

Lewis Milton 

3340 Meadow Road 

Lumberton, NC 28358 

Lewis Tanya 

415 Parkwood Avenue 

Winston-Salem, NC 27105 

Lewter Alice 

Route 1 , Box 264 

Woodland, NC 27897 

Lighty Cheryl 

4200 Apt 80 Brownsboro Road 

Winston-Salem, NC 27106 

Lineberry Ruth 

Rt 2, Box 563 

Siler City, NC 27344 

Locust Ronnie 

Route 1 , Box 1 80 

Greenville, NC 27834 

Long Jennifer 

4802 Singing Wood Place 

Durham, NC 27704 

Lowery Edward 

4106 Kingsland Circle 

Winston-Salem, NC 27106 

Lucas Waymon 

1 1 6 State Street 

Winston-Salem, NC 27105 

Maiden Joann 

28 Eakin Street 

Salem, NJ 08079 



Manning Shirletta 
3609 Spalding Drive 
Winston-Salem, NC 27105 
Marcus Seandra 
545-E Claremont Avenue 
Winston-Salem, NC 27101 
Martin Elizabeth 
442 Cliffdale Drive 
Winston-Salem, NC 27104 
Mason Beverly 
Route 1 , Box 43 
Semora, NC 27347 
Mason Rodger 
1777 W Queen Street 
Hampton, VA 23666 
Matlock Sylveste 
PO Box 771 
King, NC 27021 

Matthews Emma 
402 E 28th Street 
Winston-Salem, NC 27105 
Mayes Ricky 
3051 Fieldstone Drive 
Winston-Salem, NC 27105 
Mayfield Chester Jr. 
1120 Camden Avenue 
High Point, NC 27260 

McCaskill Reginald 
1080 Scriven Street 
Jacksonville, FLA 32209 
McClelland Kenneth 
2707 Ansonia 
Winston-Salem, NC 27105 
McClure Jara 
3017 Knollwood Drive 
Gastonia, NC 28052 
McCollough Tony 
1503 E 14th Street 
Winston-Salem, NC 27105 
McCorkle Joseph 
707 Mock Street 
Winston-Salem, NC 27012 
McCray Cedric 
218 Woodbury Street 
High Point, NC 27102 
McCullough Gabrielle 
1369 W. Sedgefield Drive 
Winston-Salem, NC 27017 
McCullough Yvette 
2201 Ludlow Drive 
Charlotte, NC 28216 
McGill John 
506 Kings Mtn Street 
Clover, SC 29710 
McGriff Denise 
1 344 Calveret Drive 
Winston-Salem, NC 27107 
Mcllwain Norma 
2543 Dalebrook Drive 
Charlotte, NC 28216 
Mclver Roderick 
72 Center Wood Street 
North Babylon, NY 11703 
McKeithan Sharon 
602 Douglas Street 
Laurinburg, NC 28325 
McKnight Ralph 
3005 Rush Avenue 
Charlotte, NC 28208 
McLean Janice 
204 House Street 
Goldsboro, NC 27530 
McMillian Dell 
Route 3, Box 775 
Sanford, NC 27330 
McNeil Paula 
1629 Rudolph Street 
Fayetteville. NC 28301 
McPhail Cynthia 
604 Pine Street 
Clinton, NC 28328 
McQuaig Regeania 
1411 Edgewood Avenue 
Trenton, NJ 08618 
McRae Jimmy 
2550 Douglas Drive 
Lumberton, NC 28358 



Meisenheimer William 

287 Broad Drive 

Concord, NC 28025 

Menefee Karl 

605 County Road 

Weldon, NC 27890 

Miller Carolyn 

3825 Dean Road 

Walkertown. NC 27051 

Miller Greta 

9901 Clairemore Place 

Charlotte, NC 28216 

Miller James 

226 Broad Street 

Winston-Salem, NC 27107 

Miller Paul III 

824 Charles Court 

Winston-Salem, NC 27107 

Miller Rosilyn 

1925 Earle Street 

Charlotte, NC 28206 

Miller Sheila 

P.O. Box 512 

Mt Gilead, NC 27306 

Miller Terri 

1326 E. Main Street 

Waynesboro, VA 22980 

Mitchell Derrick 

985 Edwadrd Street 

Rural Hall, NC 27045 

Mitchell Marilyn 

4233 Tise Avenue 

Winston-Salem, NC 27105 

Mitchell Mary 

1 004 Ross Street 
Graham, NC 27253 
Mitchell Millicen 

1528 E 21st Street 
Winston-Salem, NC 27105 
Moore Bonnie 
929 Cotton Grove Road 
Lexington, NC 27292 
Moore Cynthia 
165 Grace Street 
Danville, VA 24541 
Moore Janet 
Route 2, Box 111-B 
Oxford. NC 27565 
Moore Leander Jr. 
206 Ridgeway Drive 
Plymouth, NC 27962 
Moorefield Beechard 
3718 Crestbrook Lane 
Pfafftown, NC 27040 
Mosley Jacqueline 
2622 New Walkertown Road 
Winston-Salem, NC 27101 
Moss Henry 
PO Box 843 
Jamestown, NC 27282 
Murphy Kay 
436 St Paul Street 
Rocky Mount, NC 27801 
Murphy Rhonie 
Route 6, Box 296 
Whiteville, NC 28472 
Murrell Robert 
PO Box 324 
Trenton, NC 28585 
Murrey Milton 
5035 Lansing Drive 
Winston-Salem, NC 27105 
Myers Thennis 
120 Blaze Street 
Winston-Salem, NC 27105 
Nance Angela 
1121-12 Hutton Street 
Winston Salem, NC 27103 
Naylor James 
214 Neely Street 
Mocksville, NC 27020 
Neal Barbara 
607 Law Street 
Greensboro, NC 27401 
Neal Robert 
808 Roddy Apt. 2 
Charlotte, NC 28206 



Nelson Vickie 
1208 Argonne Blvd. 
Winston-Salem, NC 27107 
Nelson, Zendbia 
205 Tournament Drive 
Concord, NC 28025 
Nichols Vicki 
Route 1, Box 179-A 
Harmony, NC 27406 

Nimmons Jonathan 

4720 Dancy Street 

Savannah, GA 31405 

Oglesby Tammye 

130 Apt-4 Weatherwood Court 

Winston-Salem, NC 27103 

Oliver Millicen 

4460 Kimball Lane 

Winston-Salem, NC 27105 

Page Blair 

4023 O Brook Road 

Richmond, VA 23227 

Page Darryl 

2 West Ella Street 

Bennettsville, SC 29512 

Parker Cassandra 

1907 Drexmore Avenue 

Greensboro, NC 27406 

Parks Terry 

Rt 2, Box 237 

Wilkesboro, NC 28697 

Partee Emery IV 

101 North Knox Street 

Cleveland, NC 27013 

Patton Warnie 

4295 Talcott Avenue 

Winston-Salem, NC 27105 

Pearson Charles 

P.O. Box 41 

Parkton, NC 28371 

Pender Randon 

3302 Old Greensboro Road 

Winston-Salem, NC 27101 

Penn Alphonzo 

1335 Thurmond Street 

Winston-Salem, NC 27105 

Pennix Angela 

Route 3, Box 396 

Mebane, NC 27302 

Perry Freda 

Rt 2, Box 459 

Franklinton, NC 27525 

Phillips Sharon 

115 Rollingwood Drive 

Dudley, NC 28333 

Phillips William 

2900 Gilmer Avenue 

Winston-Salem, NC 27015 

Philpot Venice 

800 Tara Court Apt D 

Winston-Salem, NC 27107 

Pittman Annese 

1328 Laurel Court 

Rocky Mount, NC 27801 

Pittman Sylvester 

1 07 Alsop Street 

Enfield, NC 27823 

Piatt Timothy 

912 South Ashe Street 

Greensboro, NC 27406 

Poole Jacquline 

Route 1 , Box 234-A 

Cedar Grove, NC 27105 

Poteat Lori 

708 Willon Street 

Reidsville, NC 27320 

Powell George 

2640 Reynolds Pk Road 

Winston-Salem, NC 27107 

Powell Leon 

1 1 5-B Bart Street 

Raleigh, NC 27610 

Pratt Benjamin 

Route 3, Box 528 

Hillsborough, NC 27278 

Pruitt Velina 

Route 1 , Box 21 1 

Yanceyville, NC 27371 



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Pugh Darryl 
Rt 1 , Box 1 27 
Lewiston. NC 27849 

Raleigh Jeff 

5518 Dobson Road 

Greensboro, NC 27410 

Rawlinson Sharon 

911 Wendell Street 

Winston-Salem, NC 27107 

Ray Lisa 

1014 Knott Street 
Eden. NC 27288 
Redman Tirri 
Route 2. Box 5 
Harmony, NC 28634 

Reed Kimberly 

4996 O Belews Crk Road 

Winston-Salem, NC 27101 

Reich Mickey 

Route 6, Box 326 I-4 

Winston-Salem, NC 27101 

Reid John Jr. 

342 Zion Church Road 

Concord, NC 28025 

Reynolds, Carol 

2616 Fondly Road 

Winston-Salem, NC 27015 

Rice Barbara 
206 Barnngton Street 
Thomasville, NC 27360 
Rice Pamilla 
3926 N 19th Place 
Milwaukee, Wl 52306 
Richardson Wayne 
1115 Dock Street 
Wilmington, NC 28401 

Riley Herbert 
955-B 2nd Street 
Winston-Salem, NC 27101 

Rivers Doris 

1121 Hutton Street Apt 13 

Winston-Salem, NC 27103 

Roberts Shirl 
333 Point Place 
Fayetteville, NC 28301 

Roberts Yolanda 
1608-A Green Street 
Durham, NC 27705 
Robertson, Deborah 
Route 1, Box 118 
King, NC 27021 
Robinson Ginger 
111 Lupine Lane 
Carneys Point. NJ 08069 
Robinson Lashawn 
206 Winslow Circle 
Goldsboro. NC 27530 
Robinson Patricia 
Route 2, Box 529 
Leland, NC 28451 
Rosby Bonita 
Route 1 , Box 202 
Harmony, NC 28634 

Rose Michael 

2760 Lullington Drive 

Winston-Salem, NC 27103 

Rosemond Conyers 

131 Cushman Street 

Durham, NC 27703 

Rucker Victor 

614 Cameron Avenue 

Winston-Salem, NC 27101 

Rush Pamela 

Route 4, Box 709 

Trinity, NC 27370 

Russell Sharon 

317 Fannie Circle 

Charlotte, NC 28205 

Ryan Kourtney 

490 Cleveland Avenue 

Winston-Salem, NC 27102 

Sadek Frederic 

341 Westoak Trail 

Winston-Salem, NC 27104 

Sadler Mark 

1411 Green Circle Drive 

Gastonia. NC 28052 



Saunders Erika 

3085 Drapper Court 

Winston-Salem, NC 27105 

Scoggin Delia 

421 Burkendge Court 

Winston-Salem, NC 27105 

Scott Paulette 

1519 Russell Avenue 

Charlotte, NC 28216 

Sessons Teresa 

Route 2, Box 271 

Middlesex, NC 27557 

Shields Dianne 

1 309 Standish Street 

Salisbury, NC 28144 

Siddle Gatha 
2111 Smith Street 
Reidsville, NC 27320 
Simmins Stephen 
1103 Lisbon Street 
Clinton, NC 28328 
Simmons Gloria 
340 Forest Knoll Drive 
Mount Airy, NC 27030 
Singletary James 
Route 2. Box 136 
Bladenboro, NC 28320 
Sledge Dorothea 
PO Box 41 1 
Norlina, NC 27563 
Smith Alethea 
606 Carver Drive 
Lexington, NC 27292 

Smith Carla 

1004 Willow Street 

Fayettville, NC 28303 

Smith Kathryn 

2146 Rougemount Lane 

Kernersvilie. NC 27234 

Smith Pamela 

1009 Lombardy Street 

Greensboro, NC 27405 

Smith Randall 

Broad Street 

Walnut Cove, NC 27052 

Spicer Cynthia 

Route 1, Box 118 

Traphill, NC 28685 

Stamp Annamaria 

750 E 179 Street Apt 1-D 

Bronx, NY 10457 

Stanfield Priscilla 

Route 3, Box 650 

Stoneville, NC 27048 

Stavrou Melissa 

670 Kingsbury Circle 

Winston-Salem. 27106 

Steele Warren 

Rt 2, Box 204-A 

Mt Gilead, NC 27306 

Stevens Emily 

4525 Dare Avenue 

Winston-Salem, NC 27101 

Stevenson Debra 

802 Normal Avenue 

Fayetteville, NC 28301 

Stitt Francis 

7509 Boswell Road 

Charlotte, NC 28215 

Stone Glenn 

602 Garden Street 

Sanford, NC 27330 

Sturdivant Betty 

Route 2, Box 628 

Hamlet, NC 28345 

Suggs Belinda 

222 Wayne Avenue 

Goldsboro, NC 27530 

Suiter Calvin 

Rt 1, Box 146 

Pendleton, NC 27862 

Summit Dorothy 

1748 Joshie Drive 

Winston-Salem, NC 27013 

Sutton Stephanie 

Route 2, Box 393 

Middlesex, NC 27557 



Tabor Deborah 
230 Karen Circle 
Winston-Salem, NC 27105 
Taylor Arneda 
RTE 1 , Box 434 
Cleveland, NC 27013 
Thomas Jonathan 
1425 Milton Street 
Spring Lake, NC 28390 
Thomas Mozell 
36 Wynbrook Way 
Charlotte, NC 28213 
Thompson Cynthia 
508 Barclay Hills Drive 
Wilmington, NC 28405 
Toone Gwendoly 
399-A Rt 1 , Penny Road 
High Point, NC 27260 

Truesdell Shari 
3241 Cumberland Road 
Winston-Salem, NC 27105 
Tukes Anita 
615 Queen Street 
Wilmington, NC 28401 
Turner Carolyn 
Route 1 , Box 55 
Manson, NC 27553 
Tyson John III 
404 Carteret Court 
Beaufort, NC 28516 
Tyson Sharon 
600 Graham Street 
Wadesboro, NC 28170 
Ukpabi Jonny 
PO Box 6177 

Winston-Salem, NC 27106 
Virtue Eleanor 
5707 Henfield Road 
Bethania, NC 27010 
Walker, Marcy 
2820 Shorefair Drive 
Winston-Salem, NC 27108 

Walker Susan 

5160-7A Ambercdrest Drive 

Winston-Salem, NC 27106 

Wallace Sabrina 

714 Willis Avenue 

High Point, NC 27260 

Walls Stephanie 

2113 East 12th Street 

Winston-Salem, NC 27101 

Walser Sylvia 

5631 Lakeside Drive 

Pfafftown. NC 27040 

Ward Tony 

802-A Olivaia Lane 

Goldsboro, NC 27530 

Warren Dawanna 

3900 Glen Oak Drive 

Winston-Salem, NC 27105 

Warren Michael 

606 Conway Circle 

Camden, SC 29020 

Watkins, Wayne 
A-4 Flager Street 
Morristown, NJ 02960 
Watson Gregory 
1000 Furlonge Drive 
Smithfield, NC 27577 
Watson Karlton 
18075 Murray Hill 
Detroit, Ml 48235 
Watson Mary 
Route 2, Box 260 
Ahoskie, NC 27919 
Watson Robin 
802 Blount Street 
Smithfield, NC 27577 
Watson Sharon 
2009 F Mornigside Apt. 
Burlington. NC 27215 

Webb Darrel 

Box 645 

Mt. Olive, NC 28365 

Webb Denise 

350 Parkwood Avenue 

Winston-Salem, NC 27105 



Webb Phyllis 
356-1 S Cherry Street 
Kernersvilie, NC 27284 
Weeks Dorothy 
25-A Ashely Apts. 
Columbia. SC 29203 

Welch Michael 
2511 Brentwood Place 
Charlotte. NC 28208 
Wells Robert 
33 Bartlett Street 
Asheville, NC 28801 
White Dawn 
Route 4, Box 48 
Windsor, NC 27983 
White Linda 
PO Box 386 
Columbia, NC 27925 

White Traci 

419 Highland Avenue 

Winston-Salem, NC 27101 

Wiggins Janice 
Route 2, Box 138 
Grifton, NC 28430 

Wiggs Derrick 
81 1 Eagle Road 
Kinston, NC 28501 
Wilder Anthony 
1022 N 30th Street 
Wilmington, NC 28401 
Wilder Ray 
1105 Cowan Street 
Wilmington, NC 28401 

Wilkins Rena 

PO Box 194 

Roxobel, NC 27872 

Willard Ada 

2378 Union Cross Road 

Winston-Salem, NC 27107 

Williams Avis 
409 Dobson Street 
Statesville, NC 28677 
Williams Dennis 
902 Second Avenue 
Smithfield, NC 27577 
Williams Juan 
Rt 1, Box 129 
Ash, NC 28420 
Williams, Judith 
PO Box 341 
Enfield, NC 27823 

Williams Teresa 
225-26 N Peace Haven 
Winston-Salem, NC 27104 

Williams Vivian 
4640 O Baux Mt Road 
Winston-Salem, NC 27105 
Wilson Denis 
1007 N. Morgan Street 
Shelby, NC 28150 
Wilson Sharon 
2010 Rowe Street 
Winston-Salem, NC 27105 
Wilson Temely 
303 Forsyth Street 
Reidsville, NC 27320 
Winbush Michael 
114 Vanderbilt Circle 
Goldsboro, NC 27530 
Witherspoon George Jr. 
2101 Cerald Street 
Winston-Salem, NC 27101 

Wright Madison 
824 Crawford Street 
Winston-Salem, NC 27101 
Wyse David 
4920 E Hunt Club 
Winston-Salem, NC 27104 

Young Michelle 
PO Box 314 
Brevard, NC 28712 



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Dear Dr. Haywood L. Wil 

In this rush and hurry wor 
a little smile or a kind thank you where appropriate. 
Therefore it is essential that we take this opportunity 
to express some of our feelings toward you. 

THANK YOU for making sacrifices in order to in- 
sure the well being of our beloved learning institu- 
tion. THANK YOU for taking time to come from be- 
hind your desk in order to help the students at regis- 
tration time, for without your help things could have 
been disasterous. THANK YOU for being so easy to 
talk to. We've learned how to look behind that stern 
look in order to see your earing heart. THANK YOU 
for showing your school spirit at all times. You seem • 
to be a proud father of your baby Rams. This en- 
courages and motivates us. THANK YOU for being , 
our bridge over troubled waters. You stepped in at 
the time of need and gave us something that we 
never expected — a father, a mother, a friend and a 
leader all rolled into one enthusiastic Acting Chan- 
cellor — Dr. Haywood L. Wilson, Jr. 

May the goodness in you continue to shine. GODI 
BLESS YOU. 

"U STUDENT BODY 




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