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February 16
February l6
January 19, 1961 NORTH C/ROLIN/ WESLEY.N Vol. I. NoT~2
On February 2, the faculty of
North Carolina Wesleyan College
will nominate eight students to
serve on the Community Council.
These students will be examined
for scholastic rating, a 2.0 aver
age is required, and for charac
ter rating.
The names will be held until
February 9, when they v;ill be an
nounced at assembly, /'t this as
sembly the students will nominate
four faculty members. The camp
aign will begin at this time.
On February l6, the election cf
the students will be held to se
lect four from the eight. The fa
culty will choose two from those
chosen by the students, and the
staff V7ill select one, com.prising-
a Community Council of 4 students,
2 faculty members, and one staff
Dr. Willard B. Gatewood, Prof
essor of History, has received
good reviews on his book, Eugene
Clyde Brooks, Educator and Public
Servant, which was publis|ieH by
the Duke University press Decem
ber 31.
It is a biography of a man who
was prominent in political and ed
ucational circles in North Carol
ina. ^mong other things Eugene
Brooks V7as President of N.C. State
College and State Superintendent
of Public Instruction.
A special committee to study
the organization of the Student
Government Association at V/esley-
an was appointed by SGA President
Henry Sanders. Those appointed
to the committee are David Caison,
Freddie Jones, Joan Lamberth, and
Dicky Moore.
The purpose of this committee
is to study student government
organizations, student constitu
tions, the Community Council, and
qualifications for holding office
in student affairs. It will make
trips to other colleges to study
the forms of government in these
This committee will advise the
president concerning student gov
ernment maf:ers at present. When
t:>e committee has made a thorough
study, it will make a proposal to
the student body for the permanert
organization of the Student Gov
ernment .
The special committee is work
ing with Vann Massey, SGA vice-
president, and its work v/ill end
when it has completed its study
and made the proposal.
Next week V/esleyan College sti>
dents will be able to purchase de
cals, key-chains, pennants, and
stcitionery, decorated with the
college seal and name. Soom they
should be able to buy sweat shirts
and jackets among other things.
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