The Register, 1967-01-20
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the reading institute under the direction of mrs gladys f white associate professor of english will provide an opportunity for 27 par ticipants in the upper elementary the ayantee staff includes jack c blake and patricia lanier associate co-editors leroy pal mer military editor julia king organizations editor delcie john son greek editor karen king nan pride darenne pazant bren da carmichael gloria lyles thomas patterson nancy price 0 r a strickland and mauryce johnson typists also included are jerry mcculloch who is as sisting with sports odis rousseau with student life and willie gray and james r wagoner who have assisted in the photography mr e f corbett serves as ad viser volume xxxviii no 15 greensboro n c january 20 1967 college schedules finals â€” january 24-28 time of special interest also is the theme of this year's ayantee it is to spread thy trophies from dare to cherokee this year's staff is working diligently to have this year's ayantee back within a month before the school year ends the majority of the pictures have been completed with the exception of student life more candid shots are being taken this year for student life so if you should see a camera pointed in your direction within the next few weeks smile for you could be on candid camera a highlight of this year's edition is a letter and photograph received from governor dan k moore ex tending congratulations to the seniors the annual because of an in crease in sections has increased by approximately 10 per cent the cover has changed considerably the cover on this year's ayantee is navy blue with only a gold metal plate â€” the college seal â€” implanted in the book along with the date 1967 this edition will include ten sec tions headed by a color section covering the first sixteen pages of the book this color section wi include a brief history of th school and approximately twenty color photographs the other sec tions include administration academics classes clubs and or ganizations greeks sports mili tary queens achievements and student life otis hairston jr editor of the 1967 ayantee and his staff have made considerable changes in this year's ayantee this year's staff has tried to improve the means of expressing your college life and your mo ments to remember so that you can have them to cherish for a lifetime 6 8 p.m 7 9 a.m 9-11 a.m lr 3 p.m 9-11 a.m 9-11 a.m 3 5 p.m 1 3 p.m 1 3 p.m 7 9 a.m 11 1 classes that meet for the first time on monday at monday at monday at monday at monday at monday at monday at monday at monday at monday at monday at 7 9 a.m 6 8 p.m 3 5 p.m 7 9 a.m 11 1 11 1 3 5 p.m 3 5 p.m 9-11 a.m lr 3 p.m 11 1 first day of examination period first day of examination period first day of examination period second day of examination period third day of examination period first day of examination period second day of examination period third day of examination period third day of examination period first day of examination period first day of examination period fourth day of examination period third day of examination period fourth day of examination period fourth day of examination period third day of examination period second day of examination period second day of examination period second day of examination period fourth day of examination period fourth day of examination period second day of examination period tuesday at tuesday at tuesday at tuesday at tuesday at tuesday at tuesday at tuesday at tuesday at tuesday at tuesday at last regular last regular 8-10 a.m 10-12 saturday at saturday at 8:00 10:00 saturday jan 28 saturday jan 28 the program for vespers on sun day january 22 at 6:00 p.m in the richard b harrison auditor ium will provide members of the college community an unusual ex perience for the first time we shall have the benefit of the com bination of the creative genius of two highly-skilled musicians one professional and one student lead ing us in a non-traditional ap proach to the worship service there will be no sermon nor address it will be worship in song throughout our guest artist mrs alfreda gibbs bunton is a graduate of fisk university with a major in music and she holds the m a degree in music education from columbia university before be coming visiting professor in church music at the howard uni versity school of religion she served several years as chairman of the music department of still man college mrs bunton has much experience as organist and director of several outstanding church choirs evander gilmer jr who will serve as guitar accompanist and continued on page 3 at coliseum spring semester registration will begin february 3 classes are scheduled to begin on february 6 a complete schedule of final examinations follows following the final exams stu dents will be given a fall semester break if an examination period is not provided in the schedule for a class in which a student is enroll ed he should consult his instruc tor concerning the examination period it will be the responsibility of the instructor to clear the examination period with the dean of his school the students and faculty of a&t college have begun prepa rations for fall semester examina tions monday january 23 has been designated as a campus-wide reading day final exams will ex tend from tuesday january 24 to saturday january 28 examination periods for no cred it remedial courses preparatory courses or high school deficiency courses will run for two hours examination periods for one-hour credit courses will run for the first hour of the two-hour examination period boston celtics meet warriors in game here news briefs j alumnus goes to liberia hines is a 1951 graduate of a&t he is married to the former ivory jean lassiter of ahoskie a son kenneth 10 will accompany and a daughter angela 18 will join them this summer after completing her freshman year in college nathaniel l hines a former budget analyst in the state de partment's bureau of african af fairs has been named peace corps associate director in liberia ac cording to director jack vaughn hines a native of bladenboro left january 4 for monrovia where he will provide administrative sup port to 400 peace corps volunteers working primarily in education hines holds a b s in business administration from a&t college after 14 years with the state de partment he became a budget of ficer for the district of columbia's human relations programs in june 1966 a world war two veteran he served in both the european and pacific areas tickets are now on sale at the a&t college bookstore the game also becomes impor tant because it is being sponsored by the greensboro jaycees which means that the greensboro com munity will benefit from resources gained as a result of the promotion incidentally the jaycees will also sponsor the a&t aggies â€” akron university basketball game here on february 24 the famed boston celtics and the san francisco warriors of the national basketball association will play here in one of the regula tion nba games the game is set for the greensboro coliseum on monday january 30 at 8:00 p.m because al attles a former ag gie star will be a starter for san francisco and sam jones a north carolina college all-time great will play for boston along with bill russell and others we have more than ordinary interest in this big attraction marcia ann nunn junior home economics education major from sanford views the site on north campus where the business and mathematics building will be erected ground was broken last week for its foundation c i a a tournament march 2-4 on march 10 and 11 at the uni versity of north carolina the first the school of education and general studies is concerned that its majors in the teacher educa tion program are either unaware of some of the requirements or have failed to take these into jnslderation the school is also concerned because some individ uals who are interested in teach er education are not properly reg istering this interest so that the departments can advise these per sons properly it is therefore requested by dr arthur f jackson dean that each student enrolled in a degree program in the teacher education program in the school of educa tion and general studies and who has completed at least three sc mesters at a&t college go im mediately to the departmental of fices and do the following 1 check to see whether or not the department has a record of your application for entry into the teacher education program if not make application at this time 2 check to see that the depart mental record of your work a a&t is current 3 obtain an evaluation of your present status this notice will be used as evidence that persons in this school were notified so that no considera tion will be given to persons who attempt to enter the teacher edu cation program at a later date and find themselves in difficulty be cause of failure to meet some re quirements dean requests a close check on major status otis hairston jr editor of the 1967 ayantee continued on page 3 nde a approves two institutes 1967 ayantee undergoes changes as staffers increase sections the cream of cemegt newf calling all student composers grades 6-8 to acquire current knowledge skills and newer ap proaches to enable them in teach ing reading effectively this will be a program with emphasis on the improvement of the partici pants academic preparation and skills in the use of selected edu cational innovations and instruc tional materials germane to ef fective reading instruction among the guest lecturers and consultants appearing in the in stitute will be dr shelley umans reading specialist and author of new special reading materials for upper grades dr eunice newton reading specialist howard uni versity and dr john b pesco worship in song to add high note in 6 p m vespers sonde reading and psychology central connecticut state college the ndea summer institute in history under the direction of dr frank h white professor of his tory will be a seven-week session for fifth grade elementary teach ers its purpose is to provide a short and intensive program for the professional advancement of elementary teachers of american history the emphasis of the in stitute's program will be upon subject matter which can be of direct use to the participants in their own classrooms the instruc tion will concentrate on providing basic factual information recent historical interpretations and at the same time introduce current strategies in the teaching of his tory both institutes are conducted in cooperation with the united states office of education as authorized under title xi of the national de fense education act as amended each participant will be eligible to receive upon application a week ly stipend of 75.00 plus 15.00 per week per dependent additional information can be se cured from the directors a proposals submitted by dr and mrs frank h white have resulted in a&t's being awarded two grants from the united states office of education for ndea summer in stitutes in reading and history june 12 - july 28 1967 the institute for reading ap proved for approximately 41,000 and the history institute for more than 43,000 are designed to im prove the competency of upper elementary and intermediate ele mentary teachers and supervisors
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