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April 20, 1988
Last Wills and Testaments What do
RENARTA CLANTON and
We asked a small sample of students
what they would leave behind, and here
is what they said.
Being of sound mind and body ...
I, Devaree Yvette Crawford, do
hereby bequeath to Tammi Hampton my
ability to stay in on Friday and Saturday
nights in order to study.
1, Delectra Mauneka Howell, do
hereby bequeath to Claudia Rouse several
rolls of quarters so that you can always
have a ride home. ... To all interested in
dividuals, I leave Carolina’s business
I, Alfred Landon Smith, Jr., do
hereby bequeath to Natalie Haith my
1, Wanda Renee Gorham, do hereby
bequeath to my sorority sisters my love,
understanding and patience. ... To the
Theta Pi Chapter Fall 1987, I, your Dean
of Pledges, leave to you the ability to
judge others fairly and to uphold Theta
Pi’s high standards.
I. Andrea Regina Shaw, do hereby
bequeath to my roommate, Reubena
Whitted, patience, wisdom, and the
strength to get out of here (Carolina). ...
To Renarta Clanton, I leave my jour
I, Carlton W. Bailey, do hereby be
queath to Antonio Goss, Dennis Clemons,
Aaron Staples, Torin Dorn, Darrell
Hamilton, and John Reed my football-
playing abilities and this phrase: “If a task
is once begun, never leave it until it is
done. Be the labour great or small, do it
well or not at all.”
I, Chiquita Yvette Lee, do hereby be
queath to Stacye Blount my Medtech lec
I, Luchina! Lenay Fisher, do hereby
bequeath to all black students the strength
and serenity to find themselves and like
who they find.
I, Brian K. McBroom, do hereby be
queath to Angela D. Smith all my
economics books and notes.
I, Rhonda Damete Baker, do hereby
bequeath to Latees Wilson, Angela D.
Smith, and George Hicks Professor
D’Aveni’s BA 190 class. ... To all
underclassmen members of the gospel
choir, I leave you my patience and
melodious singing talents! (laugh)
1, Sherry Teresa Whitesides, do
hereby bequeath to Garraud Etienne the
duties of 1988-89 Black Ink Editor.
I, William Edward Barksdale, Jr., do
hereby bequeath to Sharon my heart for
all the great memories. ... To Omega Psi
Phi, 1 leave the Atomic Dog. 1 hope you
all can live up to the legend.
I. Charity Elizabeth Bell, do hereby
bequeath to Tony Staton my love for the
joy that you’ve brought to my life. ... To
Tina Brown, I leave you much happiness
and a bottle of W.S. ... To Mark Reed,
I leave my driver's license. ... To Patricia
Jones, I leave much success. ... To
Tavondia Williams, I leave my love and
1, Virginia Dare Hardy, do hereby
bequeath to the Kappa Omicron Chapter
ot Delta Sigma Theta my words, support,
and all my sisterly love.
I, Rochelle Monique Brandon, do
hereby bequeath to Wilson Hyman and
Donna Epps my key to the undergraduate
honor court office. You’ve also acquired
the long nights of court cases that will
cause you to miss Tire Coshy Show. Best
luck as officers of the honor court. ... To
the Steering Committee of Black Women
United, 1 leave my folder that contains in
formation about past successful programs
and dreams for continued growth as an
organization tor unified black women. ...
To incoming black freshmen, I leave a
four-year struggle to reach one’s poten
tial at UNC-CH.
I, Janet Roach, do hereby bequeath
to the black students at UNC the courage
to come together, the power to succeed,
and all the endurance and luck to get
through the best way you can. ... In order
to continue having the black film series,
I leave the Discovery Committee Robert
Townsend and Spike Lee’s telephone
I, Elizabeth Carter Martin, do hereby
bequeath to all black students this phrase:
“To those who sit here following or re
joicing ... greetings. So also did we in our
I, Sharon Lynette Newsome, do
hereby bequeath to Tryphenia Peele best
wishes with the French department.
I, Darren Maurice Poole, do hereby
bequeath to the executive assistants chair
ing the Minority Concern Committee in
the Student Government the following ad
vice: 1) start early, 2) plan well, and 3)
delegate effectively; and remember,
“Success is fvften measured in quality, not
I, Leon Calvin Staton, do hereby be
queath to the males of UNC an AIDS-free
campus so that the tradition can continue.
by TANYA PERSON
What do you think about the pro
posal made by Dean Cell and its conse
quences, especially concerning Dean
— If Dean Crosian doesn’t do what
she’s doing now. who will? They’ve got
to start thinking about minorities. If Cell
has the power to move Dean Crosian
around, the other administrators on cam
pus will be able to do the same. All in all.
the final decision is Croslan’s.
Elmarie Erw in, International Stiuiies
— The proposal was ludicrous, un
caring, and hastily thought out. I don't
think it's needed. I think Crosland would
be right if she resigned because she
wouldn't accomplish anything in the posi
tion they'd give her. She would definite
ly be giving up power.
Tim B. Cousar, Business Administra
tion Major, Freshman
— Funny how people who didn't
have much to do with minority recruit
ment can judge and make decisions for
minorities. Cell hasn’t worked with them,
so how can she make such decisions? Her
actions on the proposal and her response
to the proposal are really questionable.
Lesley Renwrick, Advertising Major,
— If they can do that in counseling,
they can do that in all administration. All
students everywhere will be affected if no
one cares what students think. Her [Cell’s]
tactics showed how unwilling Arts and
Sciences is to truly work with students.
Jennifer Galloway, RTVMP Major,
— Very smart (rather underhanded)
move for this white institution to dilute the
leverage the blacks have on this campus.
They continue to abolish positions that are
helpfial to the black community. But we’re
not as dumb as they think we are.
Vince Jenkins, Biology/Pre-Med Ma
— You try to get ahead and they
knock you right back down. You get a lit
tle power, and they’ll take it away from
you. I’m really tired of this university and
its belittling policies they try to get away
Gina Devose, Education Major,
Continued from page 5
Reginald T. Shuford
Sheila A. Simmons
Sherita G. Simmons
Deborah L. Stokes
Wanda C. Strater
Amy E. Townsend
Jacqueline M. Vaughan
Marcilla J. Whitted
Kim C. Windley
Pharmacy (Five-Year Program)
Alma Kaye A. Battle
Donetta L. Bonner
Sharon V. Gaskins
Willo-Jo M, Greene
Carla D. Wilson
Gregory D. Goins
Derek R. Greene
Forest City, N.C.
Virginia D. Hardy
Sonja D. Henderson
Ruletta W. Jernigan
3.0 Seniors continued on page
3.0 Underclassmen continued
on page 7