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Brevard College, Brevard, N.C.
Volume 55 Numbers
Wednesday, February 17,1988
Newly-inducted members of the Phi Theta Kappa at Brevard College in- Robert Brooks. Laura Giving, Biir Orrell, Yoko Okuma, Angela
elude: front row, left to right: Reggie Williams, Joe Dawsey, Darnell Owens, Amanda Hill, Lon Miller, Natalie White, Heather Barclay. An-
Newton Greg White, Dean Feldspausch and Doug Robinson, standing, drea Henry, Susan Wright, Anne Ramey, Trudy Taylor. Marla Camp,
and Eric Halpin. (BC photo by Randy Jackson)
Phi Theta Kappa taps top BC students
by Melissa Lowery
Phi Theta Kappa held its spring induc
tions Wednesday, Jan. 27, 8 p.m. Dr. Ray
Fisher, the guest speaker, said the PTK
members represent the best and the
brightest at Brevard College.
PTK is the national honorary society for
students in two-year colleges. In order to
qualify for membership, a freshman must
maintain at least a 3.5 grade point
The following people have been invited
Backed up by bassist Elliott Wadopian, jazzman Howard Hanger swings
the house and then tells students to look for “the big picture.” Story on
page 3. (BC photos by Jock j^auterer)_
to join PTK this spring:
Heather Barclay, Robert Brooks, Marla
Camp, Joe Dawsey, Jeff Ertzberger, Dean
Feldpauson, Laura Gooding, Erin Halpin,
Andrea Henry, Amanda Hill, Kim Hoots,
Julie Litter, Tina Litter, Lori Miller,
Darnell Newton, Yoko Okuma, Biar Or-
rell, Angela Owens, Anne Ramey, Doug
Robinson, Kendrick Summers, Trudy
Taylor, Gary White, Natalie White, Reggie
Williams, and Susan Wright.
So you want to be on TV?
Here’s your chance: Channel 4 of Green
ville will be filming a segment of “PM
Magazine” on the Brevard College cam
pus this week for a feature on the town of
Field Producer Kate Buford says she
wants as many students as possible to be in
the show. The filming will take place bet
ween 2-4 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 18, at the
fountains between McLarty-Goodson and
Moore classroom buildings.
The show will air at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday,