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The cougar cry : the voice of Wilkes Community College. online resource (None) 1967-current, May 28, 1968, Image 1

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vox.. 1, NO. 12 THE VOICE OF WILKES COMMUNITY COLLEGE Wilkesboro, North Carolina WCC MAY 28, 1968 ■f ,A' \ - >' ./ ^10. wi '.A .X- J SOCK IT TO ME SGA Sponsors Dance The SGA sponsored a dance at Woodlawn gym Wednesday, May 15. The music was pro vided by the Downbeats. f' Campus Nears Completion The three buildings that will house WCC are 70% completed. Lovette and Hayes Halls haVe reached the final stages of com pletion. Weather permitting, the sand blasters will begin working on the outside of the halls next week. The Administration Build ing will not be completed until the first of September. If the buildings are not completed by the beginning of the fall quarter, the college will not move in until the buildings are completed. The landscape planning engi neer will move in on September first and begin planting grass. The campus parking will be to the right and back of the build ings. There will be no power lines on the building site. Tlie lighting will be furnished by security lamp posts. When the college is completed it will be the fifth largest Com munity College in the fifty member Community College sys tem. The buildings will contain twenty six class rooms, four science labs, a teaching audito rium for three hundred students, thirty two offices, four reception areas, a student complex, two tier demonstration rooms, a library, the bookstore, and four teen accesory rooms. MOUSE New Administrative Officers Announced YES, THE BEAT GOES ON Next fall WCC will have a new Dean of Academic Programs. Donald W. Wahelan will replace Mr. Mayes, the present dean. Mr. Wahelan come to WCC from Western Piedmont College. He holds a B.S. and M.A. from Appalachian State University. A new vocational counselor has been added to the admin istrative staff of WCC. Joseph R. Austell, a retired Air Force colonel will take over the duties of this office next fall. Mr. Austell holds a B.S. and M.A. from Clemson University. Due to the administration not approving the constitution, it will be brought before the student body for approval sometime this week.

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