The Register, 1986-04-16
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north carolina agricultural and technical state university greensboro wednesday april 16 1986 dent government association president fun show said antonio bryant a freshman from jiiiiiiisif election winners byjayhaii michael brunson smiles after being elected sga stephanie tidwell miss a&t elect calls president for the next school term home to tell her parents the good news i feel the sga have very good intentions but there is only so much they can do said david williams a some feel that students play a big part in the success of the sga i wouldn't blame lack of communication on anyone we all are students and we need each other " said tharr ington it's been a rewarding and enjoyable year for me i have no regrets everything i've done this year shines in the light of god but sga president james tharrington feels that the year has been quite successful i feel the sga has been totally ineffective the ques tion is what have they done this year said kim payne a junior accounting major i dont think the sga has done a worthwhile job they haven't succeeded in doing what the students on campus wanted to do said keith wood a senior business ad ministration major by daphne page special to the register in a few days the tharr ington sga administration will be giving up their posi tions however students are still questioning their term due to apathy on the stu dent behalf and poor com munication on our behalf a lot of pertinent issues go un noticed law added the sga including the 40 member senate have played an intricate role in the univer sity's functioning he said darnevey a law vice president of internal affairs said he has noticed a continual misconception on the students behalf moreover it's up to the students to get more involved it's going to take a lot more in put from the students to get things accomplished the students are the university's purpose therefore it's up to the students to unify and take a strong stand on all university issues said freshwater aaron e freshwater a junior electrical engineering major said the sga has very good officers however i don't think they have pushed hard enough to fulfill the students desires them ." freshman business administra tion major the people who are a part of the sga seem dedicated their purpose however has reason for one to wonder why we are to respect according to arrest war rants the students assaulted sion on any action fort said once he receives the report he will make a deci because we have to give them due process he said buck said he's received reports from graduate chapter fraternity members and ad visers concerning the in cidents but the information is not ready for release until it's submitted to the chancellor in the omega case charges were brought against one fraternity member fort said and law enforcement officials are handling the investigation the university will conduct its omega psi phi and alpha phi alpha fraternities were both suspended through spr ing semester 1987 i don't want students com ing to this university and fear joining a fraternity or sorority because of hazing he said by linda bumpass staff writer prompted by the suspen sions of two a&t fraternities for alleged hazing changes in procedures governing universi ty pledge periods for greek letter organizations are being planned and will be initiated in the fall says chancellor ed ward b fort hazing incidents produce changes steven jones 20 of 731 own were â€¢ jeffrey henderson of 106 haley hall his beard was set afire and his chin scarred â€¢ arnold mazyck of 1070-a scott hall he was hit on the head arms and shoulders with a two-by-four piece of wood â€¢ clemente mcwilliams of 109 halev hall he was hit on continued on page 8 aggie fest to feature five groups complete i am against hazing he said because it's ... against the law and if found on this campus it will be prosecuted to the fullest the administration has not determined the type of penalty the omegas will face says dr roland e buck vice chancellor for student affairs we haven't determined plott st greensboro is charged with four misde meanor counts of assault with a deadly weapon two felony counts of assault with a deadly weapon inflicting serious in jury two misdemeanor counts of hazing and one misde meanor count of simple assault and battery fort said campus police are still investigating alleged alpha phi alpha hazings and any needed action will be taken when the investigation is that greenville i enjoy starpoint and hope the special guest will round this event off...it should be a lot of fun said pippa from the groups performing in clude starpoint whose latest hit is object of my desire juicy known for sugar free trouble funk by patricia poole special to the register many students feel this year's aggie fest set for april 26 will be an enjoyable event and plan to attend - and skinny boys known for jock box also a local group chocolate buttermilk from fayetteville will appear williams said from raleigh i feel that aggie fest this year will be more enjoyable than last year as far as enter tainment is concerned said michelle boyd a sophomore i congra tulate a&t on their choice of picking juicy and starpoint it should be a anc art teacher of the year dr william delauder dean of the school of sciences presents dr vallie guthrie of the chemistry depart ment the teacher of the year award at the annual arts am sciences honors program the concert will feature five groups according to curtis williams assistant to the stu the concert will begin at noon in aggie stadium tickets for a&t students high school and other college students will be 8 general admission is 10 admission on the dav of the show is 11 rochester n.y sutton a junior complete awareness for complete commitment volume lvh number 14 â– . students question sga
|Title||The Register, 1986-04-16|
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