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Nationally known writer visits pages Student engineers see robotics page 7 Semesters coming in 1997 page 10 Ttie Humanities- what's up? pages 12-13 THE WCC volume 7 no. 1 Wayhe Coiiiiniimty College, Goldsboro, NC 27533-80^ May 17,1995 Election yields new student leaders Hiram Grady By CATHY SNOVEL At the SGA election held on April 27, 1995, students chose new leaders for their Student Government Association: Hiram Grady, President; Max "Buck" Rich, Vice- President; and Lisa Stell, Secretary. Grady, now completing his first year in the Associate Degree Nursing program, worked from 1985-1994 in the North Carolina Division of Motor Vehicles. Buck Rich A native of Albany, GA, he graduated from South Lenoir High School in Deep Run, NC in 1980. He is married to LaRue and has a son, Christopher, aged 5^. Grady is active in church and community activities in Kinston. Grady said in his statement of Intention to Run for Office: "I will represent our school in a mature and responsible manner and will make certain that all opinions and points of view are heard and respected." Committee finds report laclcirrg SACS visit accomplislieci Lisa Steli Rich was born in Baltimore, MD. He graduated from Dundalk Senior High School and joined the Air Force where he attained the rank of staff sergeant after 6 years of service. He served as a state certified electrician apprenticeship and worked as an outside salesman for Womack Electrical Supply Company. Rich now is self-employed in his own company. Baas Construction. Married to Andi, Rich has 2 children. Amber, 7, and Stephen, 3. His hobbies include country music, playing the guitar, fishing and sports. He also write children’s books. He said in his Intention statement: "I am not one to sit around and complain. If something needs fixing, fix it and press on." Rich said he thanks each person who helped in the election. "I am proud to attend WCC and I am looking forward to helping make this year one to remember." Stell, a first-year student in the Parks program, graduated from Athens Drive High School in Raleigh and from North Carolina Wesleyan College where she earned a B.A. in English. She worked in the Writing Center at Louisburg College tutoring students and helping them with aspects of the writing process. continued p. 2 By JENNIFER L. TAPE Every 10 years colleges which have membership in the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) undergo intense scrutiny for reaffirma tion. Beginning in September 1993, WCC prepared for reaffirmation by writing a 318-page Self-Study report, an analysis of all aspects of the college. The Self-Study Report is based on criteria developed by SACS and expressed as "must" and "should" statements to which more than 70 faculty, staff, and students responded. SACS Team parti cipants came from Texas, Georgia, Alabama, Virginia, Florida, Kentucky, and South Carolina to analyze the report and inspect the college. »r. laiine J. Saiple, Keaffinatioi Ten leiber ud Issoeiate frofessor of Ei((ii8b at Selalb College, discvsses Biglisk carriealoi liU bglisk iistrnctor Pasla Saals daring the Teai's fisit. PHOTO: JEllIFn TiPI continued p. 2

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