by Alisa Wilson
“Have a strong mind, strong com
mitments, and high goals and you can do
This is the attitude of a WSSU senior who
has been the recipient of several honors this
Craig Johnson, who is better known as
“Tibbs,” has apparently made his own ad
vice a stepping stone.
Johnson, a 20-year old-junior, majoring in
English, is from Jamaica New York.
He recently received the prestigious
Business/Industry Cluster Award. He
received it because of his active participa
tion in the community and many services
rendered to the university.
Johnson, who also received class honores
at the recent Honors Day Program said “I
feel honored and privileged to be elected
because it gives me a standard to main
Two sources which he feels have
motivated him are his parents and Jesus
Christ. These motivations along with a few
others are what have shaped “Tibbs” into a
Johnson also said that he has alwas been
outspoken and his point of view has always
been respected by his peers.
Among the honor just mentioned, Craig
has also received a departmental scholar
ship; he has been on the Dean’s List since
his freshman year; has been selected as an
oustanding member of his class for two
years and was selected as Who’s Who
Among Students in American Universities
After receiving his degree in English, he
plans to attend law school at St. Johns in
This is definitely someone we will need to
keep our eye on in the future.
by Darrell Womble
When you hear the term CIA what comes
to your mind? Mystery, intrigue, es
Well, a member of the Mighty Ram Fami
ly will be working for the CIA.
Tony Herring, a junior and a football
player, from Faison, N.C. got this job
through the Co-op program here at WSSU.
He is currently expecting a call from the
CIA to find out when he starts and exactly
what he will be doing.
He is pretty sure it will deal with com
puters since he is a Computer Science ma
Herring is anxious to start work before
hitting, the football field where he plays
With that attitude Herring should be suc
cessful in his summer job.
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