Campus News September 16,1992 page four Meredith College wakes up with Boh and Mike G-105’s morning show, The Bob and Mike Morning Show, broadcasted live from Meredith College on Friday, Sept. 11 as part of the Cam pus Tour week sponsored by G-105. The Campus Tour included NC State on Tuesday, UniversityofNorthCarolina at Chapel Hill on Wednesday, and Duke University on Thurs- d a y . Meredith College was the only woman’s college chosen from the Thaiigle’s c 0 1 - leges. Bob Dumas said they had to choose from Meredith, Peace and St. Mary’s. “We decided that Meredith would be more fim,’’ said Dumas. Bob and Mike were on campus from 5:30 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. with Clearly Canadian and Domino’s pizza. Libbie Farmer, a senior at Meredith, went out at 5:30 a.m. to see Bob and Mike because she thought they were giving away free concert tickets. Farmer said, “We didn’t know that you had to register. But that’s okay- we’ve had tun anyway. [Bob and Mike] are hilarious! “ Stacy Young also greeted Bob and Mike upon their arrival. Young said, “I work for Mix 101.5 and I wanted to check out the competition. Actually, I thought we could get free B-52 tickets.’’ By 8:00 a.m. a group of about 25 people had gathered around the white G-105 van. Bob and Mike walked around talking to the students, visited class rooms, and played the piano in a practice room. Anne Leigh, junior, said, “ Things like this don’t happen here all the time. It was something different and special.’’ Bob Dumas, G-105 DJ, talks to Kim Clark, junior, about Fall Fest. photo by Tracey Rawls African- American advisor named Eleanor F. Nunn was hired to join the Meredith community as a counselor and advisor to African American students. Nunn’s career is complemented by her background. Nunn volunteered her time and knowl edge by joining the Peace Corps. She was stationed in Samaru, Nigeria. While there, Nunn helped to develop and coordinate science cur riculum, and she also taught biology, chemistry, and agronomy. Nunn has throughouly enjoyed her career in teaching; however, she was able not only to gain experience from teaching, but also from working with tlie system. Nunn was a budget analyst for North Caro lina, monitoring the operations at most of the UNC system. She also worked in the private sector as a full partner in Endar Financial Services. She sold stocks and bonds. Nunn later became a consultant for the NC Institute of Minority Development. She was the liason between the NC Biotechnology Center and NC’s Histori cally Black Universities(HBCU); she provided information and technical support in bio technology to HBCU. Nunn’s experience and knowledge will be an integral part of the Meredith community. According to Dorothy Sizemore, Dean of Students, Nunn has both knowledge of the classroom enviorment and the “behind the scenes work.” Dean Sizemore added that Nunn’s background and training will bring new ideas to students and that her enthusiasm will be contagious. The 199Z Yearbooks Are Here ¥«ari>ook$ wSI br distributed to all onder^adoaie sindents wito were registered fuil-titkiB during the acadeirac year. IMstribatituiwt!} lake jpiaee in the Student Leader Conference Room, located in the Cate Center^ acecurding to the following scfaednle: Monday^ Sept. 21,9:00 a.m. to 1:00 pan. Seniors Monday, Sept 31,1:00 p,ni. to S;00 p,TO, Juniors Tuesday,' Sept 22,9:00 am. to 1:00 pm Sc^bamores ir ymji are Unable to pick up your book at the sch^nted time, yon may pick it up on Tuesday, September 22 between 1:00 pm and 5:00 p.m. Fresbmen and part-dme students may buy a yearbook for $10.00 at the Office of Student Aedvities during the week of September 21* 25. :F(Hr more information call the Office of Student Activides and Leadership Bevelapnientat xSJJS.

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