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BLACK GRADUATE ONS I The Black Graduate and Professional ssociation was founded in 1988 by men ind women who saw value in unification of hose graduates seeking the common goal of ligher education. Through progressiveness ind solidarity we stand as representatives of Dositive achievement. Thus we proudly adorn our motto: " The Black Graduate and Professional Association: An exhibition of excellence. " It symbolizes our commitment and dedication of the BGPSA members toward masters degrees, law degrees, and Ph.D ' s. Currently there are more than 220 African- American students enrolled in the graduate programs at the University. It is the goal of the BGPSA to facilitate in ensuring that the academic endeavors of its members will cul- minate in the attainment of advanced degrees. AMERICAN PRESIDENT Tonya Collins VICE PRESIDENT Murrell Godfrey SECRETARY Charles Bland TREASURER 1999 Zakia Williams TREASURER 2000 Ginger Powe Sonja Allen, Rasheda Bell, Nichelle Boyd, Shawn (lark, Rhea Daniels, liumukunda Darboe, Alysia Davis, Garrick Florence, Brendalyn Foster, Lester Green, LaSonya Hall, Derrick Haraway, Kenosha Hobson, Tyms Hodges, David Linzey, Nolan McMurray, Joseph Meredith, Charlet Meredith, Tracy Montgomery, Tommy Morris, (rlos Palmer, Kyna Robinson, John Satumba, Ejeera Selmcr, Melody Sias, Tisa Strickland, Tiffani Terry, Denise Wesley, Frank Williams, Hope Woods, Kimberly Adams, Pheonix Savage, Wal-Letra landfair, Tommiea Jackson The American Marketing Association is an organization dedicated to enhance mar- keting in all levels and to enhance awareness for students about marketing. American Marketing Association and its members promote anything from philanthropy events to resume workshops. Traditionally know for Marketing Week, American Marketing Association is an exciting organization that any type major can join. In American Marketing Associa- tion a person has the opportunity to use all types of resources and interact with exciting intelligent people. PRESIDENT Judson Offher VICE PRESIDENT Keith Tutor ADVERTISING VP Kattierine Kuykendall CAREERS VP Amy Burge MEMBERSHIP VP Mandy McKittick COMMUNICATION VP Heather Hollingshead PROGRAMS VP Allyson West Daphine Boone, Amanda Blister, Tonya (ash, Derrick Cook, Jay Hassell, Lisa Heros, Stuart Hollingsworth, George Izzo, Tammy Jones, Catherine Kessler, Moneika King, John Nellis, Katie Stevens, Zaid Tahia, Aysen Bakir Dion Bryce-Wells, Craig McBee, Lee Smith, Amy Walker, Robin Netterville, Date Dillon, Barry Jack- son, Claire Yates, Kelly (henault, Kelley Jones, Meg Richards, Melanie McKenzie, Kaytee (lark, Brittany Spaht, Ryan Nance, Lori Fauret, Mary Grace Penick, Shelley (artwright, Megan Mauldin, Joshua Polley, Melissa Medlin, Brooke Miller, Meredith Hampton, Greek McMillan, Brian Mill, John Beal, Mark Muntford, Kevin Webb, Marke Burke, Tim Ellis, Timothy Chrest- man, Candace Simmons, Chad Branson, Emily MiddlecofT, Chris Sparks
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RESIDENCE HALL RHA is the orgainization that repre- sents all students who live on campus, unifying the 13 residence halls at the University. Its purpose is to provide specialized services and activities for all residents, iNIVB and to communicate residents ' sugges- tions and concerns to the Housing and Residence Life administration. " M»Ts THE RHA EXECUTIVE BOARD m Br OFFICERS ' 9 ! PRESIDENT TREASURER Mike Juhas Brooke Rankin; VICE PRESIDENT SECRETARY Alecia Baird Ginger Garrison NATIONAL COMMUNICATIONS COORDINATOR (NCC) Randy (hockley PROGRAM DIRECTOR Carter Dobbs III ACCOUNTING The Associated Accounting Student Body is an organization comprised of students in the E.H. Patterson School of Accountancy here at Ole Miss. The organization acts as a communication medium to inform students in the field of Accounting. The officers also participate in special events sponsored by the School of Accountancy ACADEMIC ADVISOR ■ ■■ Or. James W. Davis PRESIDENT VICE PRESIDENT VICE PRESIDENT VICE PRESIDENT TREASURER Kelly Lomax ACADEMIC PUBLIC RELA- PUBLIC RELA- Keith File AFFAIRS TIONS TIONS Ruts Weston David Ruff David Ruff
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OLE MISS The University of Mississippi Tae Kwon Do Club was estab- lished on November 17, 1992 by (Founder and Head Instructor) Larry Weeden, Jr. He passes on his knowledge of this 2,000 year old Korean martial art under the guidance and permission of the Honorable Grandmaster Yoo Jun Saeng of Yoo ' s Authentic martial arts, located in Alexandria, Vir- ginia. This past semester, Weeden promoted Sung Yol Ra, to Instructor of the club. After Ra ' s promotion Weeden started a black belt club, which he teaches, and now holds the title of Head Instructor of the club. This club is W.T.F. certified and is a member oftheU.S.T.U. Students in the club learn tradi- tional Tae Kwon Do, Korean lan- guage, customs, and culture, which is very important to learn- ing the martial art. Tae Kwon Do is now a full medal Olympic sport. The Ole Miss Tae Kwon Do club is always open to begin- ners and advanced students. o- « $»$ Students of the Ole Miss Tae Kwon Do Club for the fall semester pose for picture. Students become very close like that of a family, through years of prac ticing together. Hyung (ho, Jeanne Kuhajek, Kenny Chin, Larry Weeden, Jason Yoo, Sung Ra, Konrad Yapp, Amanda Murphy, Shalikina Wei den, and Connie Wong (not pictured : Junmo (hung) Pictured at left: Larry Weeden, Jr. (Founder and Head Instructor) and Sung Yol Ra (Instructor)
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