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VOLUME I NO. ^
WAYNE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
September 8. 1969
LEARNING RESOURCE CENTER LAUNCHES DURING
A methodical thump! .... thmnp! ....
"Here's your library card. Thank you!"
coming from the library circulation desk
has novf joined in with the whirr, static,
and grrrrrrrrrrr.... of garbled messages
escaping from the tapes in the Directed
Beginning this fall quarter, the
Directed studies Lab and the library will
join hands and open doors to become the
Wayne Community College Learning Resource
Center. The traditional library with its
research material, books, and audio visual
equipment will merge with the lab and its
programmed materials and teaching aids.
Mrs. Mildred Councill, director, will
head the staff which includes Mrs. Scottie
Cox, Mrs. Pamela Lawrence, Mrs. Virginia
Lancaster, Charles Lee,
Pavco, and Mrs. Elizabeth
student aides, who will
■WCCLRC working force, are
part time work beginning in September,
Mr. Lee and Mrs. Pavco will be new
comers to the staff, Mr, Lee formerly
worked as audio visual coordinator for the
Goldsboro City School System, Mrs, Pavco,
whose husband is in the Air Force, worked
as an IBM computer operator for the
Chaanaaiizn National Bank of Illinois.
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•'WELCOME TO W.C.G. DANCE"
September 12, 1969
Mrs. Carol Ann
Congratulations! By virtue of your
enrollment at Wayne Community College, you
have been awarded a state scholarship in
excess of $600. This is symbolic that the
State of North Carolina and Wayne Community
College has confidence in you to take
advantage of this opportunity and become a
successful citizen of North Carolina.
Wayne Community College operates on the
hypothesis that the only reason for our
existence is to serve the students who pass
through our doors. More simply stated, we
are student centered and all of our pro-.
grams and policies are directed to this end.
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DELTA CHI G^iEGA
The brothers of Delta Chi Omega are
about to celebrate the first anniversary
of the brotherhood. Objectives from
the very beginning have been varied
and include good scholastic standing,
interest in school activities, and
loyalty and friendship among the
Delta Chi Omega plans to have its
second fraternal "rush" on registration
day this fall. All interested students
will be greeted by three officers of the
brotherhood: Marshall Boykin, president;
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