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March 2. 1961 NORTH CARQLIM WESlEYAN ' Vol". I. No; 3
The organization of a Student
Christian Association has been ap
proved by the faculty of Wesleyan
College. The SCA is a group in
which each student of the college
may participate and is affiliated
with the Inter-faith Council, a
committee under the Student Gov
As such, the SCA will begin at
Wesleyan in fall, 1Q61, although
plans are being completed now.
Each denomination on campus with
at least six members will form a
group, with one representative to
the_Inter-Faith Council. For each
additional twenty-five members,
the group will be allowed another
representative. In addition to
forming the Inter-Faith Council,
these representatives will consti
tute the Religious Life Planning
Committee on the campus.
The administration, faculty,
and friends of Wesleyan are honor
ing Dr. Vailard B. Gatewood, Jr.,
Professor of History, with an au
tograph party on Saturday, March
11, from 7:30 to 9:00 p.m. in the
Dr. Gatewood's book, Eugene
Clyde Brooks: Educator and Public
Servant, was recently published
by the Duke University Press.
Mrs. Eugene Clyde Brooks, Mr. and
Mrs. E. C. Brooks, Jr., and other
guests will attend the party.
To fill the vacancy 6f the
president of the Student Govern
ment Association, Vann Massey of
Ahoskie was elected by acclama
tion at a meeting of the student
body, February 9, 1961. To fill
the offices of Secretary and Vice-
President, nominations were made
and the election was held the fol
lowing day. Jack Price of Rocky
Mount was elected to the office
of Vice-President, while Joan
Lamberth of Roxboro was elected
Student membership on the Com
munity Council was also elected
February 10. Susan Black and Gary
Garlow will represent the student
body for three semesters, with
Betty Anderson and Louis Vi/omble,
who will serve for one semester.
Dr. C. Edwin Harwood and Dr. Wil
lard Gatewood were chosen to re
present the faculty for three and
one semesters respectively. Miss
Lois Collins, to serve one semes
ter will represent the staff.
Other vacancies in the student
government committees were filled
by Vann Massey, SGA President.
Judy Biggs and Margaret Walters
were appointed to serve as co-
chairmen of the annual committee.
Freddie Jones was named as chair
man of the SGA Committee to study
student government. Jane Smith
was named a nevr member of the SGA
Policy and regulations concern
ing the Community Council vas pro
posed by the Special Committee
and approved by the student body
at its February 9 meeting.