The Register, 1980-03-28
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mcnair commented on the manner by which people complain about the millions of dollars being spent on space programs and equipment these individuals fail to realize how many multi billions of dollars are spent on alcoholic beverages drugs were recognized for academic and honor achievements during the school year forty eight students were cited for who's yvhoamongstudentsin american 1 niveisitits and c o 11 e n e s morning dr ronald mcnair autographs convocation programs for students photo hv jackie are you the lake city south carolina native told the audience that if new mineral deposits that will be able to get light from the sun's reflection mcnair stated that adage what you don't know can't hurt you can hurt you and enslave you if you're not the cosmetics and so forth said mcnair hailh feels system needs re-evaluation erry haith mcnair received thedoctor of philosophy in physics from massachusetts institute of careful willing to struggle and sacrifice then you're good enough he added some of you may not ever receive an honor or make the dean's list at a&t but you're good enough more than 350 students administration technology convocation he spoke with students faculty and the after brown journalism pioneer to lecture here april 2 i think the black voters carolina a&t state univeristy admitted that the hew-unc conflict was one of his major concerns as a candidate and that the issue was one of the influencing factors in his decision to run the fate of a&t and other minority institutions hinges on its outcome haith asserted haith says that he's been a member of the republican party for a little more than a year and that he is ecouraging black voters to break away from iis democratic tradition and stereotype haith feels that he has a very good chance of winning if he is able to mobilize the young voters of the county my campaign in itself is an attempt to get young people more involved in our political carter failed to of its black the should broaden their political awareness he said we should take advantage of the two-party system by seeing what both parties have to offer adminstration has live up to many promises to its supporters committee sponsors debates for president vice president see candidate page 5 by l maurice taylor while blacks excell in many professions there are always pioneers in the field of journalism tony brown is one of these pioneers on april 2 at 7 p.m brown will speak in the memorial student union ballroom television audiences and is one of ten abc independent journals abc television reaches about 7 million homes and 11 of its audience vatches7bny brown's journal brown was the executive producer of black journal the longest black natisnal television production this show was nominated for an emmy award by craig cotton the university of north carolina system of higher learning should re-evaluate its plans of distribution of monies for state supported universities declared 24 year old north carolina state house hopeful terry haith he is the youngest in age and in experience of the other nine candidates in the upcoming republican primaries but only seven will survive the may 6 vote which decides who will be the gop candidates in the state elections in november haith joins realtor bill fisher as being the other black aspirant on the ballot the unc-system should also include more incentives in making the larger institutions more appealing to minorities he added haith a senior political science major at north miss a&t listen to 90.5 f.m on your radio dial for further information the radio station has also shown interest in interviewing the candidates for s.g.a president and possibly a few of the other offices as well a native of charleston west virginia brown did his undergraduate and graduate work at wayne state university in detroit michigan he has a b.a degree in sociology and psychology he has a masters in social work and received an honorary doctorate from the university of michigan in 1978 if there are any questions concerning activities relating to elections please come to room 204 student union 209-c senior dorm and ask in addition to being a journalist he is a film producer educator and writer he is the executive producer and president of tony brown's journal his journal is highly acclaimed by he is recognized in who's who in america received the national urban league distinguished service award in 1977,wasselected as oneof the top 30 black newsmakers of the year by the national newspaper publishers association and is considered one of the 100 most influential blacks in america by ebony magazine in 1974 brown was the founder and first dean of howard university's department of mass communications by michael eure the election committee will sponsor campaign debates for the candidates seeking the offices of president and vice president of the student government association this will take place in the memorial student union rooms213 and 215 the time will be announced at a later date the debates will be centered around topics concerning a&t and its student body s students will be able to ask the iiis president ialand vice-presidential fc candidates questions i wnaa a&t's radio station has begun interviewing the candidates for other information locations will be posted on the student union bulletin board on monday march 31 for mike eure you may also consult kenny ricket in room 2125 scott hall-c complete awareness for complete commitment volume xli number 43 north carolina agricultural and technical state university greensboro nc march 28 1980 friday mcnair astronaut speaks at honors day convocation by fiorina g byrd critics of the nation don't understand the benefits from satellitesthatwillidentify land for crops according to dr ronald e mcnair mcnair a 1971 graduate of a&t and the nation's third black astronaut mission specialist was the key speaker for the annual honors day convocation wednesday moore mcnair added that the use of satellites will help locate 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