University of Mississippi - Ole Miss Yearbook (Oxford, MS)

 - Class of 1995

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BLACK STUDENT UNION ors ves the ege Pre- lent :cu- em- }ro- pus and The Black Student Union is an organization tliat is designed to promote tlie participation and interests of all students on campus. It is not an inclusive or- ganization primarily for African American students but is open to all students of different ethnic backgrounds, nationalities, creeds, and color. The mission of the BSU is to provide an atmosphere conclusive for learning in the academic as well as the social arena. They sponsor a wide range of events such as financial aid and stress management workshops, picnics in the Grove, and a formal to end the year recapping the accomplishments of that semester. The BSU also sponsors other activities and community service projects to reach back into the community in- stilling, in todays youth that education is the key to success. The BSU continues to strive to be an effective group of determined, goal oriented students willing to bring about a positive change. Photo by Matt Mitchell 1995 BSU OFFICERS )B0 [lien ell ipiilli liiie Debbie Jones, George Davidson, Demondes Hayes, Percy Townes, Ken Qrigsby, Michael Robinson, Monroe Heal, Rafael Griffin, Carissa Wells. [ Organizations 253

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AMBASSADORS The Ole Miss Ambassadors and Regional Representatives play an important role in the high school and junior college relations activities of the Pre- Admissions office. A student organization within the execu- tive branch of the ASB govern- ment, the Ambassadors pro- vide tours, assist campus visitors, write letters to pros- pective students, house vis- tors that stay overnight, and participate in other programs that communicate informa- tion about Ole Miss. Photo by Matt Mitchell 1995 Ambassador OHicers Brett Bagley, Susan Bonefleld, Qina Dunnam, Ken Qrigsby, Laura Hale, Amy Herring, Catherine Kingrea, Cynthia Kingrea, Charlotte Lowe, Mark Meredith, Rita Moody, Jennifer Whealdon. Photo by Matt Mitchell 1995 Ambassadors Sonja Allen, Deirdre Baker, Jason Baker, Tobie Baker, Mistie Barnes, Lynn Baumann, Jennifer Belue, Margaret Biddle, Bejamin Blosson, Meredith Boyd, Moira Brodnax, Denny Bubrig, Brad Calendar, Camille Camacho, Karen Carlisle, Renee Caston, Christopher Cave, Amanda Chastan, Jami Clark, Jennifer Cole, Stacey Collins, William Cook, Andy Cunningham, Jennifer Decoudres, Billie Devoto, Ashley Drinkard, Cole Duke, Ginger Dunnam, Mark Eubanks, Todd Everett, Bunny Findley, Macey risher, Kristie Piveash, Grant Ford, Andy Gamer, Dabney Garrison, Kim Garvin, Leiia Gary, Kristin Qaughen, Ginger Gordon, Kayra Gutierrez, Pat Hagaley, Angle Hammerii, Alysan Hardy, Lesley Hardy, Sara Hartley, Andrea Harvill, Jay Hatcher, Jennifer Hayes, Anna Blair Hayes, Latonyia Haynes, Tina Hill, Pieely Hines, Heather Holdsworth, Christopher Hoskins, Lori Howell, Jean Clare Huggings, H Byran Jenkings, Laurel Joachim, Emily Johnson, Juantine Johnson, John Jones, Jodi Jordon, Kara Keller, Merrill King, Jenni Kingery, Kecia Kitchens, Laura Koon, Tu Lam, Martha Lee, Joanne Levi, Emily Lewis, Molly Logan, Molly Lomax, Amy Lowe, Allison Malone, Erin Marsh, Scott Martinez, Yancey Mason, Meg Michaels, Joel Montgomery, Laura Moore, Marie Moore, Laurie Morgan, Tina Morris, Tara McCallum, Whitney McClintock, Ginger McCollum, Matasha McQeehan, John neil Mclntyre, Dean McKinster, Andy McMahan, Stephanie Mapper, Monroe neal, Benjamin Newton, Ellen Morris, hancy Jane Otto, Ashley Parker, Robin Freaus, Courtney Prestage, Leslie Price, Tricia Quigney, Andrew Ratcliffe, Jimmy Rester, Maya Reynolds, Bo Rhodes, Robin Riddell, Cassandra Ann Roberts, David Robertson, Renee Rodriguez, Hart Rogers, Heather Scale, Kristi Senter, Cameron Shepherd, Shana Shields, Erich Simpkins, Amy Smith, Michelle Smith, Elizabeth Smotherman, Maureen Sorrells, Chad Spencer, Ashlye Stewart, Valeria Stokes, Erin Sutherland, Brian Talley, John Hugh Tate, Angela Taylor, Danielle Taylor, Sandy Taylor, Wendy Temples, Calvin Thigpen, Larhonda Thompson, Ashley Tinnin, Leslie Tribble, Laura Tumage, Elizabeth Waller, Jennifer Wells, Philip Wentworth, Heidi West, Bo White, Christy White, Michelle Whitt, Prentiss Williams, Tyson Wilkins. 252 Organizations



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BLACK GRADUATE AND PROFESSIONAL STUDENT ASSOCL TION The Black Graduate and Professional Student Association was founded in 1988 by men and women who saw value in the unification of those graduates seeking the common goal of higher education. Through progressiveness and solidarity we stand as adorn the motto, " The Black Graduate and Professional Student Association: An exhibition of excellence. " It symbolizes the committment and dedication of the BGPSA members toward masters degrees, law deg rees, and Ph.D. ' s. The BGPSA serves as a medium for developing the leadership potential and ability of its members. We network to create an environment for the African-American graduate student that will promote both the enhancement of professionalism and the advancement of our economic status as individuals and people. We believe that the strides we make toward furthering our education will serve as effective tools in the futherment of our people and our race. The BGPSA promised and delivered a dynamic and progressive year. Among the various social and academic activities were a host of seminars and workshops. These intensive sessions were designed in collaboration with administration to assist in the financial, professional, personal, psychological, and academic support and well- being of the BGPSA members. Some of the seminars presented were: 1. Strategies for Successful Matriculation of Minority Graduate Students Mow to Survive 2. Stress Management Workshop 3. Financial Investment and Money Management Workshop 4. Improving Our Dating Relationships Currently, there are more than 250 African-American students enrolled in Graduate programs at the University. It is the goal of the BPQSA to facilitate in ensuring that the academic endeavors of its members will culminate in advanced and terminal degrees. 91 pi m. m in Li osep ISC ly l 5 ' ,iSiii.nnif .iiiil!S!2SI!! ' Photo by BrooKe Beard 1995 BGPSA Officers Sharon Vaghn, Secretary; Shawn Clark, Treasurer; Richard Doss, Vice-President; Kendall Harris, President 254 Organizations T tan Chri

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