■'. i,. si'A ,/*. 3 Winston-Salem State University November 1995 m s R NEWS BRIEFS College Students Protect Your Personal Possessions Registering for classes, buying books and moving away from home are typical worries for college students. Today, students must also add theft to their list of worries. Theft is the number one crime on college campuses, according to the Insurance Information Institute (III). If you fall victim to burglary, having adequate insurance can lessen the blow. For students who live in dorms, their personal possessions are insured under their parents homeowners policy. New coeds should consult their parent’s insurance agent to guarantee that expensive computers, televisions and stereos are fully covered. Upperclassmen who move off campus need to purchase a renters insurance policy to cover their belongings. The 1.1.1., offers the following advice to guard against theft on college campuses: * Always lock your doors. * Leave expensive jewelry at home. *Engrave electronic items. * Don't leave personal items attended on campus. Burke Singers page 3 Ranger Challenge page 4 Enter to Learn page 6 Football Review page 7 Lady Rams page 8 \ Just A Reminder... Begin studying for your final I examinations now. Final examination time is closer than \you think. Finals begin on \ December 11,1995. Schexnider Named New WSSU Chancellor THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA NEWS RELEASE Dr. Alvin Schexnider, who currently serves as vice provost for undergraduate studies and associate vice president for academic affairs at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Va., has been named the new chancellor of Winston-Salem State University. A native of Lake Charles, La., Schexnider, 50, graduated from Grambling State University with a bachelor's degree in political science; a master's and doctoral degrees in political science from Northwestern University. He has accumulated more than 20 years of experience as a faculty member and academic administrator in a number of public and private institutions of higher education. Schexnider has also served as an associate and assistant vice president for academic affairs and associate dean during his tenure at VCU. Dr. Schexnider has been active in professional and civic affairs which include several years of service on the Slate Board of Education for the Commonwealth of Virginia. He has authored many scholarly publications on urban, racial and military issues. Schexnider is married to the former Virginia Reeves of Salem, Va., a school psychologist for the Richmond Public Schools. They have Dr. Schexnider two children Alvin, Jr., 12; and Elena, 9. Huntley Misses Breaking 1989 All-Time College Rusher’s Record BY WSSU SPORTS STAFF Although the Winston- Salem State Rams defeated the Virginia State Trojans 20 -14, Richard Huntley fell 35 yards short of becoming college football's all-time leading rusher on November IL Huntley finished the gan>e with 175 yards (he needed 210 yards) on 37 carries and scored two touchdowns, helping the Rams defeat Virginia State, the CIAA champions. Many Rams fans came to the game, which was played during steady rain, anticipating seeing history being made. "I knew Huntley was going to set a new record," Mid Luther Mason. "I came to the game in the last quarter because I just knew WSSU and Winston-Salem were going to be getting plenty of press. A North Carolina hisuxically black college was going to make the "big time' in the sports world." During the third and fourth quarters of the game, it was quite obvious to the rain soaked fans that braved the inclement weather that history may not be made that day. Contrary to popular belief, history was made. Huntley gained 218'yards, but he lost 43 yards, including 25 yards on two plays when he played the role of the team's punter. There were two bad snaps and he had to chase the ball. "They played as if they didn't want him to break the record. The score should have been 40 - 0 and he should have broken the record," said 8-year-old Ashante' Dunn, who was attending the game with her father and uncle. jTI Richard Huntley Rams, Start Studymg For Your Exams!!