By Marian Anderson
The trial edition of STUDENTS
5PEAK OUT, which appeared in last
■nonth’s News Argus, carried over
:juite well among the Ram student
3ody in that students responded atten-
ively and awaited eagerly to contribute
;o this month’s column.
Since this final edition of the year
focused primarily on commencement
jxercises and matters concerning the
:losing of school, this edition of
5TU DENTS SPEAK OUT is dedicated
,0 the graduating seniors.
The following seniors are sharing with
as lasting memories and thoughts of
heir days at WSSU:
Teresa Mullins, an English major
Tom Mullins, S.C., comments:
‘Challenging, cultivating and cap-
ivating are the three C’s that describe
•ny rewarding experiences at WSSU.
The thing I will always cherish is the
:loseness my friends and 1 shared. So
is the end draws near, all the memories
3f the days at ’SU begin to flourish.
Hopefully, the university will proceed
;o enhance its programs.”
Joylette Hilliard, a special education
-najor from Tarboro, N.C., makes this
itatement: “Winston-Salem State
University has broadened my
Knowledge and awareness. 1 have
realized that there are persons who
lave been beneficial to my progress as
ivell as encouraging my endeavors. To
,he underclasssmen I say, ‘strive for
your goals and remember God in all
/our endeavors! Good luck.’
Charles Lamar Hinsley, a psychology
major shares this message; “As I
prepare to depart from Old SU, it
;eems only proper and fitting that I say
a few words of appreciation. Winston-
Salem State University has contributed
much to the enhancement of my life.
Through my involvement with the ’SU
family, 1 have gained a strong and flex
ible foundation on which to start a
career or pursue higher education. 1
have made many meaningful and long-
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