The Register, 1983-09-16
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marrow by nancy simmons liston discusses cheating council honors advisers liston cheating in america is an epidemic and big business said hattye liston associate professor of psychology liston painted a terrifying picture of cheating at the 91st psychological association convention in anaheim california she conducted a numoer of studies and research over a period of two years on the growing problem of americans cheating on everything from love to taxes it is due to the nation's unstable economy and com petition for grades jobs and advancement when the economy is better there will be less cheating all around liston said liston tax cheating exceeds 100 billion a year telephone misuse such as billing to other people's numbers amount to some â€¢$â– 1 million'a year 60 percent of employees im properly use company and in stititional postage meters students have defaulted on 14 percent of federal educa tional loans piggott who serves as adviser to several dr lucille piggott dean of student life and adviser to the council . informed presidents and advisers that a reception would be held but the honorees remained a secret advisers of all registered campus organizations were honored at the council of presidents meeting recently editor in chief by doris person liston said she had been in terested in this report for about four or five years and she wanted to make people more aware of the problems and negative aspects of cheating in america an estimated $ 1 million is paid out to welfare double dippers annually nually pilferage costs department stores more than 4 billion an organizations said the entire group of advisers had never been honored and it was long overdue the council of presidents is the best source to bring all the advisers together she said people begin cheating bet ween the ages of nine and 12 and the problem usually reaches its peak in the 22-40 age group and the number of americans liston said i really enjoyed my research and i'm happyof the response that i'm getting from the public cheating is still a front burner issue and i will continue to look at it as a great moral dilemma for in addition copies of her data are in great demand by prominent lawyers doctors publishing companies and not to mention the media liston's manuscript was chosen amount 10 manuscripts to appear in the women educational equality act pro gram funded by benedict col lege in columbia s.c and dr marianna w davis pro ject director and editor has appeared in more than 500 newspapers including u.s.a today her paper was chosen out of 4,000 papers to be put in the american psychological association booklet liston has received nation wide coverage and was asked to appear on talk shows for n b.c c b c , and a bc more opportunities the young cheat because of the competition they face and men are bigger cheaters than women because they have cheaters will grow even larger over the next few years the council is composed of presidents of all student my proudest moments as advisor are when former staff members return to speak at our banquets said marrow the most exciting times marrow exclaims as the adviser was during the 60 sit in at woolworth the register printed a four page extra of articles relating only to the events of that day the staffs as well as the printers i have worked with are like members of a family she said the years marrow said faculty staff,alumni and friends have been supportive throughout a native of pantego marrow said she has thourough ly enjoyed her work with aii of its frustrations alston the late president f d bluford appointed her as adviser in 1952 she was recommended by dr l a marrow is an assistant professor in the english department she is married to dr eugene marrow of the biology department special recognition was given to mrs loreno marrow who has served as adviser to the a&t register for 31 years each adviser was presented a certificate by the president of the organization organizations there are more than 100 organizations complete awareness for complete commitment volume lv number 1 north carolina agricultural & technical state university greensboro nc friday september 16,^83 # thj4<5 register blackout students left in dark again aggie briefs university of north carolina system has authorized a new undergraduate degree in communications the program is scheduled to begin in the fall of 1984 fifteen of 19 nursing graduates have passed the na tional licensing exam the test was administrated in july the biomedical research support program has received a 942,604 grant for research purposes the grant is payable over a four-year period a year-long effort to increase freshman enrollment has attracted 1,148 of the underclassmen housing adjustments which left several upperclassmen off campus have been made to accommodate freshmen chancellor fort announces plans which include a new engineering building and reconstructing bluford library repairmen investigate a temporary transformer which was short circuited by a cat wednesday night leaving the soutn side of campus in darkness photo by dwight smith special to the register
|Title||The Register, 1983-09-16|
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