The Register, 1983-12-02
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g â„¢\ be housed at a&t the model farm program is designed to benefit small farmers problems photo by jay hall by doris person editor in chief he also said that chancellor edward b fort was doing a terrific job and he was pleased with his leadership in the university of north carolina ment honors she is a former student government association ad viser for which she received herbin has been an instruc tor at a&t since 1969 proper care and attention , farms such as the one being here will replicate through the hunt said it is crucial to do extensive research work to aid small farmers with such pro blems are borrowing money , production cost or a drought he also said he hopes with the a special committee of in dividuals from the areas of plant and animal science agricultural education and engineering soil conversation and similar areas are respon sible for general design of the farm it will be a training facility for students and farmers tion said hunt kenneth a arey special to the register hunt cause any outrageous out bursts they carried posters stating hunt was afraid to four republicans who were students from the university of north carolina at greensboro did attend the press conference but did not was extra security on duty earlier this week received word that some members of the republican party may posssibly intervene the conference therefore there system herbin has worked with many foreign students and entertained them in her home she has invited foreigners into her church celia phelps united methodist church which observes a human rela tions sunday in february last year arter taking some of her students to atlanta for a cultural trip they presented her with a plaque she received a statue of rodin's the thinker also hunt pape 3 state the governor praised dr burleigh webb dean of the school of agriculture for his dedication to the field of spring work-study is cancelled site of a new program to benefit small farmers hunt who was visting a&t in connection with the meeting of the governor's committee on agriculture forestry and the seafood industry said a model small farm will be incor porated in the a&t farm system which research the uni que problems of the small farmers the idea is to translate what is being done at a&t and elsewhere for pratical applica recognizing a&t as a na tional leader of the problems of small farmers,governor james b hunt announced this morning at a press conference in the new animal science building that a&t will be the shoarin dlila snipes the six-year old honorary aggie and his family are featured in the december 5 issue of jet americans just as peedie snipes captured the hearts of the ag gie family last spring he will now touch the hearts of all peedie omegas honor herbin peedie has one sister and two brothers the entire snipes family will return to a&t for a very special christmas party in their honor next week peedie is one of ten children in the nation stricken with the rare disease which causes six year olds to look 60 or 70 details for the party will be announced at a later date the omegas honored her at their national achievement week banquet recently annie b herbin assistant professor of english and humanities has been named citizen of the year by the mu psi chapter of omega psi phi staff writer by leonard williams herbin said a good citizen is one who works with people listens to people and their pro blems and goes beyond the call of duty i feel it's the highest honor a teacher can receive she said before it occurs delores s davis associate director of student financial aid said this has nothing to do with the deficit of the university it is simply a management procedure in order to avoid a problem the college work-study program for the 1984 spring semester has been cancelled because of an over commit ment of funds in the fall semester of 1983 baltimore an a&t graduate she received her bachelor and master's degrees in english she has also studied at the university of maryland college park penn state and johns hopkins university in omegas william mitchell and lionel lyons were honored at the banquet also mitchell was selected scholar of the year and lyons was selected as omega man of the he is more receptive to learning and should seek the knowledge of truth he is then better equipped to serve humanity share his wealth ideas and services this emphasizes a person's knowing his strengths and weaknesses and being able to admit that he does not know everything she said when asked how students could become good citizens she cited a quote by socrates the unexamined life is not worth living davis said the entire financial aid staff appreciates the cooperation it has received from the students in helping resolve the problem students can be assured that this pro blem will not occur in the 84-85 academic year she said available in order to compensate for the loss of the work-study pro gram in the spring assistance such as national direct stu dent loan supplemental educational opportunity grant and the state tuition grant will be available in most instances the ndsl will be used because that is where the majority of the funds are the work-study program for the fall semester 1983 was over committed in an attempt to counter the number of in the past 25 percent of the students who were award ed work-study will not accept it and another 25 percent won't work therefore forget ting the award when this oc curs all of the funds allocated to the program are not used and have to be sent back which causes cuts in the budget for the next fiscal year in an attempt to avoid this more students were given work-study however 85 per cent of the students who were assigned work-study accepted it exhausting the committed funds for the spring students who would not accept the award and those who would not work at all complete awareness for complete commitment # thj4-5 register volume lv number 15 north carolina agricultural it technical state university creensboro n friday december 2 1983 the agriculture and acheivements of the depart herbin year class peedie who suffers from progeria a rare aging disease became an honorary aggie last spring as a result of a discus sion in a social psychology magazine on the front cover of one of the leading black publications in the nation is peedie in the arms of his mother susan snipes jet magazine peedie makes front cover iii hunt holds con ference
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