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Volume 28 Issue 3
(Wilkes Community College)
Holiday Memories &
Several Freshmen students have been
asked questions about the holiday season,
past and present, while attending a session
of the Student Success Class (ACA 111).
Listed below are their responses.
What do you plan to do over the holiday
“Get in a little more sleep and spend time
with my family and friends and my fmace.
I also plan to explore nature a little more.”
“Catch up on some needed sleep. Spend
time with family. Maybe go snowskiing.”
“Spend lots of time with my family and my
boyfriend and his family.”
“I plan to go to the Blue Ridge Parkway
and Cherokee and explore my heritage.”
“Absolutely nothing that has anything to
do with school.”
“Work more; spend time with friends that
will be home from out-of-town colleges;
spend time with family.”
“Catch some good workouts and chill out
with my new family. For New Year’s Eve
1 am going to New York to watch the ball
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December 11. 1997
Mr. & Ms. W.C.C. Elected
Bradley Settle and Kristen Harpe were
recently elected as Mr. and Ms. W.C.C.
for the 1997-98 school year. The
elections were held on November 17 and
18 in the student commons. Each active
club on campus had the opportunity to
nominate one candidate for each
position. The qualifications required of
all nominees were:
♦Must be a sophomore.
♦Must be a full time student.
♦Must have a minimum of 3.0 G.P.A.
♦Must be an active member of the
organization by which he/she is
The new Mr. W.C.C. definitely iulfills
all of the criteria listed above. During
his time as a student at W.C.C. , he has
Left to right. Kristen Harpe, Ms.
W.C.C. and Bradley Settle, Mr. W.C.C.
been involved with numerous activities.
This fall he served as a scorekeeper for the
volleyball team and is a member of the
basketball team. Bradley has been a
member of S.G.A. for two years and is
currently serving as chairperson of the
Community Service Committee. He is a
volunteer fireman with Pleasant Hill Fire
Department and works part-time at Little
Caesar’s in Elkin.
Bradley will graduate in May with an
A.A.S. degree in Information Systems.
After completing his degree, he plans to
obtain employment in the computer field.
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