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Students Speak Out!
If you could change one thing on the campus of Winston-Salem State, what would it be?
Mia Dayon, 18, Freshman from Trenton,
NJ., major Nursing.
"I would change the policy against co-ed
visitation, because 1 feel that as college
students, we are and should be at the point
in our lives where we are able to act accor
dingly and maturely, enough so to handle
and accept the responsibility of co-ed visita
Offers Many Free
Services To Students
By Shelton Bullard
The Enrichment Center which is located
in room 204 of the Hall-Patterson Com
munications Building is a learning resource
lab. The purpose of the center is to enhance
and expand a student’s knowledge. The
hours of the Center are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.,
The center is equipped with audio visual
material, audio tapes, slides, filmstrips,
sound pages, programmed texts of college
level study material and many more educa
tional materials. These materials may be
used by the student or the instructor.
The center is also able to assist the han
dicapped and visually impaired students,
with such materials as a variable speed
tape recorder, a “talking calculator, dic
tionary and encyclopedia.”
WSSU students are also able to practice a
foreign language, and practice or record an
oral presentations. Students may also learn
the content of a complete course.
Aaron Orr, 20, Junior, Charlotte, N.C.,
Music Education major.
“If I could change one thing about our
campus, it would be the quality of food we
are served in the cafe. I feel that for the
money we pay to attend this school, we
should get a bigger and better selection.”
Materials on such standardize test such
as the SAT, ACT, or the College Level Ex
amination Program (CLEF) are also
available in the center for student use.
The Enrichment Center also has student
tutors in math, biology, chemistry, accoun
ting, Fresh. Composition, American
History. Black History, and World Civiliza
tion. Students wanting to use the tutorial
service need to first make an appointment.
The times of the tutorial sessions are posted
in the center.
Another area of the center is the Graphics
Lab located on the third floor of the Com
In the Graphics Lab students will find the
necessary materials and supplies to
prepare posters, charts, laminations and
dry mounting projects. The student must
come to the Enrichment Center first before
going to the Graphics Lab. There is no
charge for the use of the Lab, but there is a
charge for consumable items.
The Enrichment Center is staffed with
people who are concerned with a student’s
The Director of the Enrichment Center,
Mrs. Maurice Johnson, is one of these peo
Mrs. Johnson sav;, “In the past years 4!;
percent of students have come to use the
center’s facilities.” But she is “worried
about the other 52 percent that do not use
Maurice Mayfield, 20, Junior, Warrenton,
N.C., Political Science/Public Administra
“I would include more activities for the
student body as a whole to participate in,
not just one particular group or organiza
tion getting together, but the entire
Winston-Salem State University family.”
Mrs Johnson says, "It takes more exer
tion on the part of the students to take ad
vantage of the services available to them m
“It is not an area of remediation. It should
be utilized by those who want to forge
ahead,” explained Mrs. Johnson concerning
the center’s purpose.
Paula Vinson, 18, Freshman, Burlington,
NC., Major Business Education.
“I would change the hours of the grill. I
think they should be open longer to cater to
the student body.”
Several students have asked “it the
Enrichment Center’s hours could be ex
panded?” By expanding the hours student-
usage of the center might increase. Accor
ding to Mrs. Johnson this question is in the
process of being answered. However,
students should take advantage of the
’free’ services rendered by the center.
(Claremont Avenue location only) 11
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with the purchase of a 11
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