The Register, 1982-03-19
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while a campus security officer was injuried this when he returned inside franks asked michael fairley editor in-chief of ihe register where the healing unit was located and fairley directed him to a room near the side door james frank a member of the campus security force responded to call from a register staff member about a gas leak in the campus newspaper office he arrived around 6:18 a.m talked with staff members about the source of heat in the building then went outside lo check for a possible origin of the leak security officer injured in early morning explosion frns weni inside the room but told fairley to stand back because there might be an explosion fairley said as he proceeded to another area of the building he heard and saw an explosion franks ran from the room with flaming hair and clothing register managing editor tony moore wrapped franks in a denim jacket to extinguish the flames then he and production manager thomas harris >- u s h e d him to the infirmary while fairley called an ambulence no one else was injuried franks was later taken to greensboro hospital where his condition was listed as stable members of the greensboro fire depart ment arrived dr rosalyn s yalow winner of the 1977 nobel prize in physiology and medicine will present a public lecture the marteena hall auditorium saturday at 7 p.m honors dr yalow's lecture on radioactivity in the service of man is a feature of the university's natural science colloquium sponsored by the marc honors minority access to research careers marc program dr yalow was awarded the 1977 nobel prize for her work in the meeting which deliberated for two hours in cluded top ranking a&t ad ministrators and sga ex by audrey l williams sga president stephen kirk met with chancellor ed ward b fort wednesday to challenge why a&t may have to give 900,000 of tax dollars back lo north carolina and why the corbett sports center could not be used for a concert that had been scheduled for march 20 york journal mass communications program will begin friday mar 26 wilh a leciurc by dr pam johnson publisher of the iiiwca new saturday's sessions will include aluncheontalk by i cm tucker cbs correspondent and a workshop on ihe much fort returning 900,000 will not affect academics persons wishing to register for the conference are asked to contact mrs joyce jones at 919-379-7582 across the nation participating in the conference will be high school and college students journalism educators and professional journalists from publicized janet cooke case rhe conference sponsored i he a&t pittsburgh courier joining lewis in managing and editing the paper will be pat patterson the founding editor of black enterprise magazine staffers will include denise stinson formerly of the cleveland plain dealer and lou ransom formerly of the system lewis said the weekly newspaper is an old tradition however the national leader will stress the progress and development of black america in spite of the according to lewis the new paper to be known as the national leader is being founded to create a vehicle through which blacks may communicate minority broadcast owners and managers lewis was formerly senior editor of the philadelphia evening bulletin participating in the discussion will be claude a lewis the paper's editor and publisher and ragan henry one of the nation's foremost the unveiling of a new national black newspaper will be discussed at the 5th annual a&t state university mass communications conference on mar 27 see nobel page 6 university and chairman of the department of clinical sciences at montefiore hospital and medical center in bronx new york yeshiva dr yalow is currently the distinguished professor-at large at the albert e einstein college of medicine at medicine the prize winning scientist began her career at hunter college in new york city she then went to the veterans administration hospital as assistant chief of its radioisotope and nuclear medicine services in 1970 she became the chief of nuclear medicine there she has also served as a research professor in the department of medicine at mt sinai school of administration hospital in bronx new york and agencies may possible 5 per cent cut in its face a charles mclntyre vice chancellor for fiscal affairs ex plained that a&t along with other state supported schools ecuiive members state see fort page 2 its salary increase he said if the state does not find the money to continue according to mclntyre a large portion of the 125,000,000 needed by the slate includes a 5 per cent cost of living salary increase for state employees the stale budget office needs an additional 125,000,000 to balance the budget for next year mclntyre said when the stale legislators made their ap propriations il was assumed i hat there would be an increase in revenue and we're all aware ihat it didn'i happen expenditures this year pioneering radioimmunoassay technique which allows the measurement of hormones in very small concentrations she is currently senior medical investigator and director of solomon a benson research laboratory at the veterans i i congrats aggies & aggiettes jj jfilfj a a jt a ap st 1 1 r jf th|4c7 register complete awareness for complete commitment volume liii number 31 north carolina agricultural & technical state university greensboro nc friday march 19 1982 dr dorothy alston left special assistant to the chancellor chancellor edward b fort center and charles mclntyre right vice chancellor for fiscal affairs along with paula jeffries budget director met wilh sga officers wednesday to address key toptcs.fplioto by randall taylor new black newspaper national leader to be announced at media conference to lecture in marteena sec explosion page 2 1977 nobel prize winner morning investigating a gas leak in t he a&t register office according to newspaper staff members
|Title||The Register, 1982-03-19|
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