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"^esday, December 10, 1991
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Scott Frederickson (left) and Barry Hill, instructors in the Music Department, demonstrate their skill on a
recording console, part of the new high-tech studio's equipment. The studio, the latest addition in the
expansion of the Music Department, will allow ECSU's talent to be enjoyed by a larger audience.
continued from p.l
. The Centennial Capital Campaign
is designed to raise $1 million. The
General Alumni Association has
committed to raise $1 million of the
$5 million goal, according to Dr. Ul-
lysses Bell, Vice Chancellor for De-
velopmentandPlanning. The Centen-
1 nial Committee is presently seeking
contributions from faculty, staff, stu
dents, parents, alumni and adminis
1 A July 12 editorial in The Daily
Advance points out the value of the
campaign, and urges the community
“It will be vital that the community
served by the school should also con
tribute,” the editorial stated. “Indi
viduals, businesses and groups will be
asked to give to this campaign. It is in
our interest to do so, considering the
impact of ECSU on this area”.
According to the ECSU Centen
nial Campaign brochure, $3,200,000
of the money raised by the campaign
will be used for scholarship endow
ments and to enhance the Incentive
Scholarship Program. One million will
go toward the Distinguished Profes
sor Endowments which includes
music, business and economics, and
sciences. These three professorships
will allow ECSU to possess a “unique
and strategically significantcombina-
tion of outstanding leadership,” ac
cording to the brochure.
Five hundred thousand dollars will
be used to buy ccmiputers for the li
brary. The remaining $300,000 will
go toward providing “enrichment op
portunities” for faculty and students.
The Centennial Capital Campaign
will conclude in AprU, 1992, with a
ceremony to announce the amount.
It P/f^f to advertise
in The Compass
for info call 335-3711
By Lavenia Dameron
SecondLL Antonio Boston, a 1989
graduate of Elizabeth City State Uni
versity, has been awarded one of the
highest awards that can be earned
during combat—the Bronze Star—
for his exploits during Operation
On Feb. 24, Boston’s battalion
moved into a battle position and pre
pared for combat operations. The next
day, Boston led his battalion across a
mine field and attacked, completing
the destruction of the Iraqi 48th Divi
sion. Boston is now serving as a pla
toon leader in C Company, 3D Battal
ion, 66 Regiment, 2D Armor Division
in Germany. Boston earned a bache
lor of science degree in criminal jus
tice from ECSU while enrolled in the
Army ROTC Program.
Dr. Helen M. Caldwell, Vice Chan
cellor for Academic Affairs and Dean
of the Faculty, has been appointed by
University of North Carolina Generjd
Administration to the Graduate Coun
cil, whose primary purpose is to re
view academic merits of Graduate
Program proposals and make recom
mendations to the President. Vice
Chancellor Caldwell’s appointment
represents a first time membership on
theUNC GraduateCouncil for ECSU.
Captain Elizah Thomas, Assistant
ProfessOT of Military Science has been
promoted to Major. The promotion
was announced by Col. Crenshaw of
Norfolk State at a ceremony Dec. 3 at
2:30 p.m. in the Kermit E. White
Roger McLean, Vice Chancellor
for Business and Finance, has been
appointed to the North Carolina Air
Cargo Airport Authority by N.C.
General Assembly Speyer of the
House Dan Blue. TTie Air Cargo Air
port Authority,createdduringthe 1991
General Assembly Session, oversees
the development of the Global Air
Cargo Industrial Complex in the state.
The National Youth Sports Pro
gram Committee awarded ECSU the
Silvio O. Conte Award of Excellence
in recognition of exceptional 1991
NYSP project performance. The
committee acknowledged the efforts
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leadership. The award will be pre
sented to the NYSP project represen
tative attending the national meeting
in Washington, D.C., Feb. 28,1991.
Anthony Brumsey, an ECSU sen
ior, has been selected to participate in
a Rural Fellows Program sponsored
by the N.C. Rural Economic Devel
opment Center in Raleigh. The pro
gram provides an ORXjrtunity for a
student intern to study rural develop
ment issues in northeastern North
Carolina. It is designed to create vi
able learning experiences which af
ford rural students an opportunity to
better understand the system issues
challenging rural development and
prosperity in North Carolina.
Anthony has been assigned for one
year as an intern with the ECSU
Community Development Technical
Assistance Program. He will woric
part time during the academic year
and full time during the summer.
The Fannie Mae Foundation pre
sented a grant check for $1,530 as an
Incentive Scholarship Award to Tho
mas Destry, an ECSU freshman.
Destry is a 1991 graduate of H.D.
Woodson Senior High School in
Washington, DC. He was one of 65 to
graduate and receive their scholarship
awards from the Fannie Mae Founda
The Environmental Protection
Agency has established a joint rela
tionship with ECSU to monitor the
environmental quality in Region III.
Pennsylvania, Delaware, Virginia,
West Virginia, Maryland and Wash
ington, D.C. are included in this re
gion. TTie EPA’s Region III office, lo
cated in Philadelphia, is strongly con
sidering long term assistance to ECSU.
This effort may help the agency’s
efforts in monitoring ^e impact of the
quality of the nation’s natural envi
ronment, particularly the quality of
ECSU’s Biology, Geoscience, and
Physical Science Departments are
directly participating in this program.
ECSU has been selected to partici
pate in a national program designed to
provide financial awareness seminars
to the University community. ECSU
is one of 16 historically black colleges
and universities chosen for the
NAFEO/MET Life Financial Aware
ness Program. The National Associa
tion for Equal Opportunity in Higher
Education and Metropolitan Life In
surance Company are sponsoring this
program. The primary goals are to
make people aware of the need for
fmancial and retirement planning and
to introduce career opportunities
within the financial services industry
Campus Police will begin monthly
informal discussions on a wide range
of campus safety topics in the 1992
Spring Semester. “Assaults (How to
Protect Yourself and Others),” “Lar
ceny (How to Protect Your Property)”
and “S ubstance Abuse (What Can We
are presently on the agenda for discus
sion. Campus Police Chief George
Mountain is soliciting written sugges
tions fw other discussion topics. The
discussions will be held in the Tho
mas Jenkins Building Conference
Room, dormitories and lecture halls,
depending on responses and requests.
TheUni versity Players of Elizabeth
City State University presented spe
cial production of the Neil Simon
comedy The Good Doctor on Wed
nesday and Thrusday, December 4
and 5, at 8:15 p.m. in the Little The
The Good Doctor, set in tum-of-
the century Russia, is based on a series
of humorous stories written by the
great Anton Chekhov. The play is one
of Pulitzer Prize-winning Simon's
many Broadway hits.
Featured in the cast of the Univer
sity Players' production were Shawn
Smith, ECSU director of theatre, as
The Writer; Chester Dunton, who
recently appeared in Dracula', Gar-
linda V. Hollins; Kimberely D. Ward;
Aaron Williams; Shahjehan Khan; and
Stephanie Crouail. All the actors ap
peared in a variety of roles.
The comedy was directed by Lisa
^D. Gregory and Shawn Smith. An-
^thony Scott Dunlow served as pro
duction stage manager, and Randy
Berry as technical director. Costumes
were designed by Susan Mahaffey.
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