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

 - Class of 2000

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STUDEN life Members of the Westminster Fellowship enjoy listening to a Christmas Story. (Above) BSUers, Elise Meador and Brid- get Green, enjoy a moment after Tues- day flight Together at the BSU. (Left) Several students share together in a group bible study at the BSU. (Bottom Left) Members of the University Chris- tians (Bottom Middle) Several religious organizations hold Christmas dinners. (Bottom Bight) 44

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Carl Rebtnan GSC Presid ent The Graduate Student Council is committed to strive towards higher academic standards, to promote democratic priniciples, to foster close cooperation between students and faculty and to serve the general welfare of the institution. The GSC works to address all issues from the library to graduate housing. As president of the council, Carl ' s position is very important to him. He feels it is his responsibility to work to expand its services and pres- ence on both the local and national campuses. He hopes to leave a well organized governmental structure that will make it easier for his suc- cessors to take the GSC to even higher levels. Caleb Clark Gold en Key Pre sident The purpose behind the Golden Key Honor Society is to recognize and honor outstanding students. The society is involved in many social activities and service projects geared at benefiting many different people. By being the society ' s president and the Southern Regional Student Representative, Caleb has been given countless opportunities to work with other outstanding stu- dents from across the state. His lega- cy to upcoming Golden Key presi- dents would be that the job is a lot of work, but all hard work pays off in the end. Alex Farlow IFC President Susan Spurlock Panh ellenic - VP Rush Panhellenic and the Interfraternity Council, work respectively, to pro- mote, assist and govern all matters concerning Greek Life. Panhellenic promotes unity in the greek system by providing an organized body standing behind it, while the Inter- fraternity Council helps to foster relationships between the students and the university. As president, Alex hopes Greek Week will continue to grow and as Vice President of Rush, Susan would like to see the charitable benefits of philanthropy continue for years. through accomplishments in the classrooms, libraries, and laboratories. Additionally, they provide leadership in student govern- years, guided by eternal values, enduring principles, and the creative power of the human spirit, Ole Miss students have made a goals and objectives of Ole Miss, and the University is a reflection of your collective personalities. " - Chancellor Robert Khayat 43



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SPIRITUAL naerstana i ng f Religion is a huge part of many stu- dents ' lives at Ole Miss. Students have many different options of places to worship. Some of the religious organizations on campus include the Baptist Student Union, Campus Crusade for Christ, Catholic Campus Ministry, Chi Alpha, Chinese Christian Fellowship, Covenant Fellowship of UM, Fellow- ship of Christian Athletes, Internation- al Christian Fellowship, Latter-Day Saints Student Association, Muslim Student Association, Pentecostal Youth Fellowship, Reformed University Fel- lowship, Student Mobilization, Univer- sity Christians, Wesley Foundation, and the Westminster Fellowship. The main purpose of most of these groups is to share the gospel of Jesus Christ with the Ole Miss campus and fellowship with other Christians as well as Oxford community. The many different a time of learning about God ' s word. " religious groups meet each week on cam- Amanda Nail, a junior from Tupelo, par- pus to give students the chance to come ticipates is Reformed University Fellow- together and worship with other believers ship. " RUF is a place I can go to genuine- and have a good time. ly and sincerely worship, " she said. " We " Campus Crusade is a time of uplifting also study a different scripture each week. " praise and worship " , said Emily Moody, a Members of different religious organiza- junior from Atlanta. " It is a great time of tions can be seen working hard in both the community and all over the world. Some of the groups offer students opportunities to go on foreign mission trips or mission trips around the United States. Two Studenn from the Wesley founda- tion, while on a minion trip, pose with some ofthe people with which they were able to witness. (Above) The Wesley Foundation, like other reli- gious organizations on campus, enjoy taking a mission trip together (Left) I 45

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