Wilkes Community College
Volume 28 Issue 4
Wilkes Community College
Announces Fall Semester Dean's List
Wilkes Community College's Dean's List for Fall Semester 1997
includes 185 students. To qualify, full-time students must earn a 3.5
grade point average or more out of a possible 4.0. Students who
qualified are as follows:
North Wilkcsboro: Joe Donald Berrong, II, James Clark Blackburn,
Mary Elizabeth Blevins. Shannon Denise Brown, Vincent Kyle Chap
man, Nicole Lee Church, Amy Sue Davis, Alysia Anne Fortner,
Thomas Gwyn Gambill, John Daniel Gaudinier, Kelly Ann Glass,
Rachel Karen Gorshe, Geoffrey Olin Hayes, Christopher Jason Hol
brook, April Jeanene Johnson, James Carson Lentz, Sara Jean Miller,
Joshua Franklin Minton, Kelley Amanda Osborne, Keary Nichols
Reid, Christy Michelle Riddle, Virginia Caroline Rogers, Amanda
Riddle Sidden, Kimberly Michelle Sparkman, Jamee D. Thompson,
Rebecca Michelle Triplett, Christopher Keith Upright, and Chadwick
Wilkcsboro: Jami Bilicic Adams, Tammy Cheryl Bauguess, Ian Eu
gene Bryant, Rebecca Ann Byrd, Sandra Walsh Church, , Kristy Ann
Johnson, Jamey Thomas Lambert, Scotty Clinton Lambert, Jeff
Fitzgerald Lovette, Julie Renee Minton, James Franklin Morrison,
Tony L. Perkins, Keith Allen Prevette, Wayne Alan Sheets, Matthew
Scott Wayne, and Sheri Lee Wilson.
Millers Creek: Justin Cody Church, Derek Shelton Goddard, Kathleen
Yvette Greer, Clayton L. Mathis, Jr., Jamie Dale McGuire, Guy
Charles Miller. Melissa Hope Roberson, Amanda Dawn Shumate, and
Joel Scott Watson.
Other Areas of Wilkes:
Jonathan Free Kitchen of Ferguson; Angela Leann Anderson, Crystal
I ynn Anderson, and Thomas Michael McGuire of Hays; Pamela Wood
I landy and Tina C'hurch Wyatt of McGrady; Amber Lynn Glasco,
Amanda Jane Lowe and Jason Monroe Marlow of Moravian Falls;
Karen Sue Haynes Ferrell, Jennifer Leigh Kerley and Richard Dale
Laws of Purlear; Nancy Eller Graybeal, Cynthia Lynn Walker Perry,
Amanda Joy Prevette, Gayle Glasspoole Price, Amber Yvonne Sparks
of Roaring River; Susan Jordan Cantrell, Kristen Anne Harpe,
Maeshell Combs Marley, and Jason Ray Welborn of Ronda.
(ConHnued on page 3)
Have You Visited
Our New Buildingf
The new building officially opened on
January 26, 1998 and is proving to be
an exciting place for the students of
W.C.C. Listed below are a few high
lights of what can be found in the
Learning Resources/Student Center.
Cafe/Student Commons (1st. floor):
The new cafeteria will be opening soon
and will be serving lots of great food.
Besides eating in the cafe, students can
also hang out with their friends in the
large commons area.
Computer Lah (1st. floor): Located in
the Student Services Office, this labe
has 8 computers available for student
use. It is oben 7:30 am - 8:00 pm Mon
day -Thursday and 7:30 am -:00 pm on
Gameroom (1st. floor): You can play
pool, football, air hockey, ping pong or
choose among a variety of arcade
games while spending time in this
Learning Resources Center (2nd.
floor): The increased space in this facil
ity is allowing the staff to accommodate
more books, reference materials, com
puter stations and more. Plus, students
will have a great view while they study
or do research in the LRC.
Kendra Taylor ft Reheci a Adams experience
"Cniisin USA ’ in the new f’ame room.
(conHnned on puf’e 3)