The Register, 1980-04-29
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richard moore we have spent more time with a&t than we normally would to try to help them get straightened out bridges said seniors celebrate the arrival of caps and gowns photo by tyson moore speaks at awards luncheon a year and a half ago we spent 100-man-days to bring their records up to date instruct them what to do to keep it going but they didn't follow up the records were in good shape at the end of the last audit a year and a half ago because we did it bridges said the current audit report was a most difficult one to write it the problem is worst than prior years he said some problems were encountered in the general fund but that the biggest problem was with special funds the auditors said that bills past due for more than 60 days were found march 25 in the amount of 690,596 essence of happiness one can only be happy public by tony moore richard moore director of information they are eric brown and graduate and a native of pennsylvania spoke on the steven harris i freshmen beverly godfrey joan russell and keith smith sophomores jacqueline pender a junior sandra carr a senior and nagatha dixon who graduated when he learns to serve happiness is not materialistic as some may think but it services.served as speaker for the annual awards luncheon of the department of speech communcation and theatre arts the luncheon was held in the commons area of williams director of the paul robeson little theatre presented the with marked emphasis said that yours is an opportunity adequate sources of funding to retire the above bills is questionable and our examination does not reveal an adequate budgeted approach to this most pressing problem the report said they cited the athletic the auditors said that continued poor fiscal management had resulted in serious deficit spending in a number of areas department as an example they said they attempted to dr mary e moore chairperson of the speech and rants ndent pe contracts an becomes ind by michael fairley state auditors in an effort to correct the financial matters of a&t have found the university's records essentially unauditable and hold the board of trustees and chancellor lewis c dowdy responsible foi the discrepancies state auditor henry bridges commented monday on the justcompleted audit for fiscal year ended june 30 1979 said copies have been sent to the governor the advisory budget commission and the unc general administration according to the audit report the undesirable conditions of records sizable number of unpaid bills and the apparent inability of university administration to correct the situation caused the auditors to have little confidence in fiscal affairs at a&t since ultimate responsibility for a&t's finances lies with the board and the chancellor the auditors said they believe that top management has been negligent in furnishing the proper leadership and direction as vice affairs dowdy announced 10 days that he had removed alston jr chancellor for fiscal wm plummer and made him special assistant to the chancellor it has been reported that alston's to serve by attaining and pursing an undergraduate awards for academic achievement the winners for the 1979-80 year are as degree you are preparing for a natural service the time to see generation page 5 theatre arts department presided rendering greetings she remarked that it is an honor to pay tribute to the serve is here serve is now and the place to follows highest ranking senior sandra carr who was also the highest ranking junior for 1978-79 jacqueline pender highest ranking concluding moore added that the only way to be students in the speech department and that the class junior joan russell highest ranking sophomore and eric brown highest ranking freshman happy is to make others so paulette fleming techincal director of the paul robeson little theatre recognized the departmental honor students of 1980 is the largest in the history of the department since its inception james galbreath , a senior speech and theatre arts major from chapel hill delivered grace for the luncheon avery verdell a senior professional theatre arts major from east spencer read an interpretive piece entitled holdfast your dreams by louise driscoll dr frank h white dean of the school of arts and sciences introduced the speaker for the hour moore who is an a&t johnson formerly the administration assistant to the chancellor issued this memorandum on april 21 1980 only five days after plummer alston was relieved of the position of vice chancellor for fiscal affairs the area contracts and grants will come under the direct supervision of the by richard b steele effective immediately the area of contract ana orants will no longer report to the director of accounting but will become an independent unit said henry e johnson acting vice chancellor for fiscal affairs because of the university's problems in accounts payable and the auditors report for the fiscal year ending june 30 1979 further transitions have been requested from the office of fiscal affairs see deliveries page 5 it has become necessary to take drastic and immediate steps to control spending said johnson effective immediately we are taking the following action future shipments-as of monday april 28 all vendors are to defer all shipments until july 1 1980 delivering acting vice chancellor of fiscal affairs mm entitled to the ecstasy jacqueline pender delivered the senior farewell and sandra delivered the senior response complete awareness foe complete commitment # th|4c7 register volume xli number 50 north carolina agricultural&technical state university greensboro nc april 29 1980 tuesday auditors find records essentially unauditable comes from service he said to the students moore in december dr john m kilimanjaro cafeteria friday april 25 at 1 p.m dr pearl g bradley professor of speech communication and theatre arts who has rendered 32 years of devoted service read the senior roll call telling something about each student and his plans in her preface to the roll call bradley commented that today is your academic judgement day you have gone through the agony and now you are
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