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Tuesday, October 7, 2008 —
‘Always Watching...’
Students gradually returning to campus quarters
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BY WYNDHAM
Photo by James Nance
Wingate by Wyndham is one of the temporary residences for WSSU students.
BY STEVEN J. GAITHER
Sports Editor
When Autumn Duke found
out her on-campus housing
assignment had been moved
off campus this summer, she
couldn't believe it.
"I called my mom and I was
like 'are you serious'?" Duke
said.
The senior from Charlotte
applied for housing during
the scheduled application
period. A week after she
received the notice that she
was assigned to Wilson
Hall, she got an official e-
mail informing her she had
been reassigned to one of
three hotels — Wingate by
Wyndham, Hawthorne INN
or Brookstown Inn -- in
downtown Winston-Salem.
Duke is one of approxi
mately 140 WSSU students
assigned to one of three
hotels in the city, according to
Assistant Vice Chancellor for
Student Affairs Calvin
Phillips.
Phillips said that the depart
ment of housing and residence
life usually reserves about 900 of
the 2,377 beds for incoming
freshmen each year.
More than 1,300 freshmen
were accepted this past
spring.
"We were asked for more
space [for freshmen]," Phillips
said.
"We were able to accommo
date the freshmen to a point.
We had a meeting with the
Chancellor Reaves, and he
decided to guarantee housing
for freshmen."
Students
continued on Page 3
Rams lose ‘offensive’ coach
Parking decals reported stolen
from vehicles in campus lots
BY STEPHANIE DOUTHIT
Editor in Chief
The WSSU football team is
1-4 on the field and missing
one of its coaches.
Nick Calcutta and the ath
letic department reached an
agreement that Calcutta could
no longer be the Ram offen
sive coordinator because he
was accused of making a
racial epithet during a team
meeting.
"In the best interest of the
football program, the team, the
athletic department and the
University, mutual separation
was the right thing to do," ath
letic director Chico Caldwell
said in an interview with the
Winston-Salem journal.
Caldwell said that the [ath
letic department's] decision
was harsh, and a swift
response was called for to
allow time for ample research
and to look into all the details
to make a final decision.
Calcutta had coached the first
game and was suspended indefi
nitely by the second game.
Offensive
continued on Page 4
BY TRYGEANIA DOWELL
News Reporter
Window decals have been
reported stolen in at least
three parked vehicles within
the past two months.
According to the WSSU
police blotter, a record of cam
pus incidents, vehicles
parked in lot P and lot DD
were broken into and WSSU
parking permits were the
only things reported stolen.
Sept. 25 senior Charity
Holloway reported her decal
Stolen decals
continued on Page 3
October is National Breast Cancer
Awareness Month. The organization is
comprised of several national public serv
ice organizations and agencies that part
ner to build breast cancer awareness,
share information and provide access to
screening services. This month many Web
sites will use the color pink. The color and
the ribbon symbolize breast cancer aware
ness.
Source: nbcam.org
Oct. 10 is the last day to register to vote
in North Carolina for the November pri
mary election. Registration can be com
pleted in-person or by mail. Correct infor
mation must be submitted to the county
board of elections office. For more infor
mation visit the State Board of Elections
Web site.
Source; sboe.state.nc.us
Tennessee State University officials confirmed
that a flash drive containing more than 9,000 stu
dents’ Social Security numbers was missing. A stu
dent, who used the drive for saving a homework
assignment, returned the flash drive days after it
was reported missing by a financial aid counselor.
It has not been indicated whether the student tam
pered with the drive or not. State auditing officials
will investigate further.
Source: Black College Wire
    

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