THE NEWS ARGUS
May 8, 1974
WSSU Male Chorus
Gives Last Concert
The University Male Chorus gave their
last concert this year at Little Rock
A.M.E. Zion Church in Charlotte. The
concert was sponsored iby the Alumni
Chapter of Charlotte.
The church was packed with standing
room only as once again the choir in
spired many. A few members of the
choir were performing for the last time.
These members were Harry Cohen, Joe
Rice, Lewis Tucker, James Flanders.
They have seen the Male Chorus grow
and are pleased to see the progress since
it was started in 1973. Although singing
has stopped, plans are still being made
for the tour next fall, and meetings are
taking place to keep the group alive.
Miss Cassandra accompanied the male
group on its final concert. She sang dur
ing one of the Chorus’ breaks. Mr. Mar
vin Swimpson played trombone during
one of the intermissions.
HIP CITY CORNER
WSSU's Male Chorus
Counseling Center May Help
Wow! College is different. For most
students, entering college means chang
ing their mode of living and their ways of
dealing with people. Many new tensions,
pressures, and stresses arise. Students
are faced with complexing issues such
as, I Just Can’t Study, Who Am I,
Where Am I Going, I’m Not Sure I
Should Be In College, I’m Feeling Down,
I Just Need To Talk With Someone, or
Friends Are Hard To Come By.
The Counseling Center at WSSU is
a place that you can come and work on
such issues. A counselor will often listen
more than advise. He or she can help
you explore yourself, your questions, your
concerns, and your decisions. What is
discussed will be kept confidential.
For the 1973-74 academic year 157
students achieved academic probation
status at the end of the 1973 Fall term
and 840 students received mid-term slips
for the 1974 Spring term. Are you includ
ed in these figures because You Just
Can’t Study, You Are Feeling Down, You
Just Need To Talk With Someone, etc.?
Students that have come to the Center
are usually satisfied that they have been
helped with their academic and/or per
sonal-social concerns to some extent.
Why don’t you give it a try? You don’t
have to be a candidate for a mental
institution to come to the Center. We
are concerned about working with you
before you get to that point. Students do
come because They Just Need To Talk
With Someone or They Are Feeling Down.
According to Zen “Human feelings are
frail, the ways of the world are rugged.”
Call on us for assistance as you “truck”
through this rugged world.
The Counseling Center is located on
the 3rd floor of Blair Hall. We look
forward to seeing you.
THE COUNSELING CENTER STAFF
FEATURE EDITOR - -- ^dith Parrish
SPORTS EDITOR - Jackie Burch
CIRCULATION MANAGERS -- - Pamela Lee, Paula Gillespie
PHOTOGRAPHERS Gloria Ross, Joey Daniels
REPORTERS AND TYPISTS;
Ida Enoch, Angela Chasten, Douglas Sadler,
Mary Hargraves, Debra Seabolt, John W. Lee,
Robin Griffin, Joyce Mack.
THE NEWS ARGUS is a student publication of Winston-Salem State University,
the contents of which are the sole responsibility of its students.
ADVISOR _ _ Marie Denning
Alpha Phi Omega
The Tau Chi Chapter of Alpha Phi
Omega, the National Service Fraternity,
will celebrate their 5th anniversary with
a week of activity beginning April 28.
The following events are scheduled:
Sunday, April 28:
Monday, April 29:
Dress in fraternity’s colors
Tuesday, April 30:
Dress in Gamma Sigma’s colors
Wednesday, May 1:
Thursday, May 2:
Friday, May 3:
Dance, Student Union
Saturday, May 4:
Party at the Barn
In what hag become a tradition at
WSSU, the brothers will honor individuals
who have performed outstanding service
to the University. This year’s honorees
are: Mrs. Frances Coble, Mrs. Virginia
Newell, Mrs. Lucy Bradshaw, and Mr.
Beaufort Bailey. They will be presented
with plaques at the formal dinner.
The Tau Chi Chapter was established
at Winston-Salem State University on
May 3, 1969 under the leadership of
Ronald Bushnell, first president and
Professor Joseph Patterson, faculty ad
visor. The twenty charter members were
attracted by the fraternity’s cardinal
principles of the friendship, leadership
and service. The highlight of the chap
ter’s history to date has been the 1971
award of recognition by the National
Office for service to the community.
Alpha Phi Omega was founded at
Lafayette University in Easton, Pa. in
1925. Over 800 chapters have been estab
lished in the United States alone and
others have been established abroad.
The officers of the local chapter are:
Roger Burrell, President; Clarence
Snuggs, Vice-President; and William
Carr, Secretary. The Advisor Council
consist of Dr. Joseph Patterson, Chair
man; Mr. Toney Couch, Dr. William
Sheppard, Dr. William Rice and Mr.
Frank A. Griffin.
by J. HOWARD DANIELS, H
Have you noticed all of the Groups
we’ve been getting lately? One of the
Bands was sponsored by Mr. Tony Couch
who broke his leg last week. Don’t
forget the Rock Festival the last week of
Issac Hayes is cutting a number of
new L P’s including one Gospel. Ten
years ago. The Beatles were breaking
every chart record in the world. Have
you heard Curtis Mayfield, “SWEET
EXORCIST”? STREAK album covers are
getting mighty popular. Paul McCartney
says that ain’t nothin’ happening with
the Beatles reuniting in the future. “Love
is The Message” has been selected as
the theme song for CBS television’s
forthcoming monthly hour-long program,
TOP FIVE ALBUMS
1. Headhunters — Herbie Hancock
2. Open Our Eyes — Earth, Wind &
3. Skin Tight — Ohio Players
4. War Live — War
5. Boogie Down — Eddie Kendricks
TOP TEN TUNES
1. Chameleon — Herbie Hancock
2. Jive Turkey — Ohio Players
3. Son of Sagittarius — Eddie Kendricks
4. Side Show — Blue Magic
5. Bennie & the Jets — Elton John
6. I Wish it was me You Loved — Dells
7. Wonderful — Isaac Hayes
8. There will Never be any Peace —Chi-
9. For the Love of Money — O’Jays
10. You Make Me Feel Brand New —
DO YOU KNOW WHERE IT’S
U N D E R S