age Page 3 TO INTenSTATE 40 WINSTON-SALEM STATE UNIVERSITY CAMPUS MAP 5 I- I ALUMNI/PUftLiC RCLATIONS BLOG f L ATKtNS BUIL&ING NEiW ATKINS HALL BICKETT HALL BLAIfl HALL BROWN HALL NEW BUSINESS 8U>LD>NG CAROLINA HALL OLD CHANCELLOR S RESIDENCE COLSON HALL COLTRANE HALL . DILLARD HALL ELLER HALL FINE ARTS BUILDING C E GAINES CENTEA HALL-PATTERSON BUILDING HAUSER STUDENT UNION HEALTH BUILDING HILL HALL KENNEDY DINING HALL MAINTENANCE BUILDING MOORE HALL OLD NURSING BUILDING O'KELLY LIBRARY PEGRAU HALL POWER PLANT WHITAKER GYM KENNETH R WILLIAMS AUDITORIUM CROMARTIE STRCCT rm [T] M cfR □ STADIUM OAlVE CONGRATULATIONS Hattie Black Miss Alumni 1985-86 Alice Boyd Grady 1st Runner Up On behalf of the entire News Argus staff, we would like to extend a warm welcome to all alumni, students, faculty and friends of the university. We hope that Homecoming will be a joyous occasion. Undergraduate Homecoming Events Sunday, October 27 - Freshman in Charge WSSU Day at local church (Queen’s choice) mn m Movie in the Student Union Ballroom m' Gospel Festival (Choir Competition) p. Monday, October 28 - Sophomore m Charge Class Colors Day -Every class wear their respective colors ,, _ .. Fashion Show sponsored by Mozik Modeling group 8:00 p.m. and/or the Queen and her court. , Tuesday, October 29 - Juniors m Charge Yearbooks on Display in Student Union Ballroom, a chance for students to see the first issue of “The Ram” in 1935 Wednesday, October 30 - Seniors in Charge . ^ „ 8:00p.m. The Senior Program . Thursday, October 31 - Queen’s in Charge ^ ^ .• ..10:00a.m. Founders Day Convocation Miss WSSU Day 7 ■ in n m Coronation '''y. 10:00p.m. Ha^oween Haunted House Sponsored by Physical Education Department iu. vU p.m. Friday, November 1 - Organizations in Charge (Headed by Day Student Organization) Classes suspended at 11 a.m. , „ Mini Parade - WSSU Marching Rams and the YMCA Drilling Team 1.00 p.m. Pep Rally - To follow immediately after parade . , 1 „ Mini Carnival - All organizations to set up booths and sell selected goods also tl^ ^um 1 and SGA in the Student Union Ballroom 3-6: W p.m. Bonfire - on the lower track field. Countdown to Homecoming game 10:00 p.m. Concessions to be sold. Cheerleader and Band to help promote the Homecoming spirit. Dance in Whitaker Gym - 2-6 a.m. Saturday, November 2, Greeks in Charge Homecoming Parade - Downtown m Homecoming Game m Greek Step Show (Competition) P ''■ 1st Show Melba Moore/Freddie Jackson ^p m. 2nd Show Melba Moore/Freddie Jackson lu^wp.m. The Victory Dance (2-6) sponsored by Pan Hellenic Council 2-ba.m. Alumni Activities The following activities are planned for HOMECOMING ‘85: Thursday, October 31, 1985 10:00 a.m. Friday, November 1,1985 9:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. 9:00 p.m. -1:00 a.m. 1:30 a.m. Saturday, November 2, 1985 10:00 a.m. 1:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m. & 10:00 p.m. 10:00 p.m. -1:00 a.m. Founder’s Day Convocation K.R. Williams Auditorium Alumni Registration Alumni Building Campus Red & White Parade and Pep Rally Queen’s Reception Hyatt Hotel (Garden Terrace) Alumni Ball Benton Convention Center Tickets $7 (Miss Alumni Coronation 10:30 p.m.) Post-Alumni Ball Breakfast Kennedy Dining Hall Homecoming Parade Homecoming Football Game Bowman Gray Stadium Barbeque Dinner Gaines Complex Tickets $6 SGA Homecoming Show Freddie Jackson and Melba Moore K.R. Williams Auditorium Students $8, Alumni $10, (Jeneral $12 Alumni Disco Hyatt Hotel Ballroom Tickets $5 J DISCOTHE ^-NKHT AWAY with Freddie Jackson and Melba Moore

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