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Merry Christmas from Carolyn, and May
your New Year be a better year. I want you
to always remember that I love you and
always will. May God be with you!
Carolyn T. Fleming
friendship The Enrichment
by Tujuanna Evans
“A world of friends is a world of peace” is
the motto of The Friendship Force.
What is the purpose of The Friendship
The Friendship Force is an organization
that encourages people to travel around the
world to promote friendship to people of
The organization is not only an exchange
program for students, it is for anyone who is
interested in promoting-friendship between
people of several countries.
Mrs. James Hunt, the wife of governor
Jim Hunt became interested in the Friend
ship Force and therefore turned it into a
The organization was originally started in
Georgia in 1977, but a chapter was started
here in Winston-Salem in 1980.
To become a member of the organization
all one must do is join. No rigid qualification
are necessary for membership. The force
travels to 27 countries including the United
The Winston-Salem Chapter has already
traveled to West Germany, Wales, Tokyo
Rev. Cedric Rodney, the university’s
chaplain is not only a member of the
organization but he is communication
If anyone is interested in The Friendship
Force and would like to know more about it
just simply go by his office in the Kenneth
R. Williams auditorium or call 765-0019.
by Ann Hawkins
Do you prefer the stern, macho, covered
look? Or the smooth clean, innocent look?
Does “it” allow you to be different? Can you
choose the attitude you want to portray? Is
“it” thick or thin, black, brown, red, or
Does “it” complement your daring eyes,
or hide unwanted flaws? Is “it” part of your
dress, or could you do without “it”? Does
your baiiy face appear more mature or does
your mature face appear more babyish?
Does “it” complement the hair on your
Yes, the look of the 80’s is beards - close-
( ut and very well-groomed.
Not only are the fnen in favor of the beard
but the women are also. In a survey, ten
women were asked what turns them on.
Their response was eight to two. Eight of
them go to men with beards, and two of
them go to the man with the clean-shaven
The opinions of the women agreeing on
the clean-shaven faces were that “mainly
the man appears to be neater, more
business-like, appers to be gentle, and not
as apt to be flirtatious.” But the overall opi
nions of the women who like beards were
that “men appear to be more macho,
distinguished, stern and, of course, sexy.”
Most men appear to be more mature; and
it actually excites some women to play with
a man’s beard. Most of the women enjoy the
hair rubbing against their faces while being
embraced. Their overall favorite color for
beards is black.
by Constance Lowery
In the latter part of November, an in
vestigation took place. It took about an
hour. And through this investigation - some
important and interesting facts were
discovered (much more than had been an
ticipated). Here are the results.
One cannot make the investigation and
come out without enthusiasm and a
broadened sense of self worth.
What is so interesting, is that, much
knowledge can be gained and appreciated
through the investigation, and many other
students are taking the advantage of it.
If students are serious about improving
themselves, then the Enrichment Center is
the place to go to study. The time has come
to bridge the gap between Research and
There are so many exciting things, (it is
like a wonderland for students.) from talk
ing encyclopedia to creating your own
posters and transperancies.
If help is needed on ideas with Bulletin
boards, filmstrips, it is all there to be used.
There are tapes and aides on almost any
subject for step by step usage.
“Many students are doing better as a
result of these books (called Problem
Solvers), in subjects, says Mrs. Maurice
Johnson, Head of the Enrichment Center.
Often times, instructors want research
done on papers and other projects, and if the
library cannot be used, the Enrichment
The main reason for the Enrichment
Center is to aid students/instructors with
materials, viedo equipment or whatever is
necessary. Special grouping can be set up
for 10 or more for any project or practice
testing procedure there are many in
dividual learning aides.
The Enrichment Center has a pleasant at
mosphere in which to study, as well as a
Typewriters, foreign language material,
Clep information, slides, study guides,
duplications, you name it and it’s there.
There is very little that can be seen from
the outside, but on the inside it is a whole
For oral presentations, the aides
available are indescribable and in history, a
complete set of tapes and book on World
Civilization I and II.
Such information is shared on how to
study, how to listen, how to take notes and
how to write. Student workers and Mrs.
Johnson and Miss Porter will help you to get
The Graphic lab can also be used by ap
pointment. Mrs. Johnson, explained that
there was a full time person, on staff but not
enough students come in to use the lab,
therefore this person was lost.
Such things as portfolios, written reports,
multiple copies and numerous other func
tions can be done in graphics.
Since it takes applicability in classes, it
strikes me as being important when it
comes to personal utility.
Mrs. Johnson has made a believer out of
me, to become an improved person in the
Tutors are selected, according to Mrs.
Johnson, at the beginning of the semester,
and whatever subjects students request
help in, tutors are made available.
In my opinion, the Enrichment Center can
be the link between success and failure in
courses. So, go for an investigation, from 8
to 5, the results will, in fact, enlighten you.
by Angela Corbett
SARA students currently represent the of
fspring of approximately 10 graduates who
attended WSSU nearly two decades ago.
One of the major activities SARA plans
for the spring semester is a program featur
ing the history of WSSU during Black
History Month, Local and campus
graduates will be participants in this educa
tional activity. It is strongly felt that
students should be informed about the
history of this institution.
Another planned spring event is the
SARA students participation in the Alumni
Unity Day. It will be held in Winston-Salem
at the Winston Stouffer Hotel on April 5-6,
1985. SARA students are also seeking alum
ni sponsors to help keep their alumni ac
tivities expanding. All donations are
beneficial to the students as well as the
alumni who make contributions.
SARA, an Alumni related association is
advised by Mr. Joe Daniels; Co-advised by
Ms. Shanlon Hudson and Ms. Gwen
Johnson, director of alumni.
Can you imagine being out on a cold night,
stranded after class in a new building, with
no telephone to use? Well this happened.
And to walk from the RJR Building to the
Fine Arts building and the telephone has
been torn up by someone (pulled completely
off the older!)
It is ridiculous when students thinks
pranks such as doing foolish things like pull
ing phones apart is something to do.
There could really be a serious problem
and telephone could save a life.
Students are always crying out - “Treat
us like adults” - Well, act like adults!
Stop the foolishness, it hurts us as well as
in Airfare War
by Victor Watts
For the last two weeks two major airlines
have changed prices of their one way flights
between the Greensboro Regional Airport
and La Guardia Airport in New York.
The two major airlines are Eastern and
Piedmont will begin competiting with Peo
ple Express the well known discount airline.
People Express recently announced that
they will have five round trip flights a day
for only $49.00 during peak hour and $35.00
after 7 p.m. and weekends.
People Express can offer lower prices
because of their no frills concept. This
means the company offers no baggage
check in, ticket booth, walkway or food ser
vices but will provide some of them at addi
Piedmont plans to add three more round
trip nights to bring it up to five a day same
as Peoples Express.
People Express feels that regular
travelers including college students want
transportation and their offering it at a
price that average people can afford.
Merry Christmas to the cast of A Street
Car Named Desire.
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Winston-Salem State University
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