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(ft) To be inducted in the Hall of Fame is a pres- tigious honor given to a selected few who have shown above average academic performance, community service, lead- ership ability, and poten- tial for continued suc- cess. This year ' s ten Hall of Fame inductees were selected from ninety-eight students who were selected for Who ' s Who Among American Universities and Colleges. The ninety-eight students were chosen by a panel consisting of academic deans, the presidents of the Black Student Union and the Associated Student Body, and the edi- tors of the Ole Miss Yearbook and the Daily Mississippian. The basis for selection was academic excellence, leadership posi- tions held, community service, and the activities involved in while a student at Ole Miss. The dean of students, Dr. Judith Trott, supervises the selection of Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges and the Ole Miss Student Hall of Fame. The ten members of the 200 1 Hall of Fame are Brynna Clark, Melissa Gong, Hart Hazard, Timothy Hotard, Tessa Hughes, Trey Jones, Jessica Mitchell, Markeeva Morgan, Scott Pritchett, and Micajah Sturdivant. Brynna Clark, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Larry E. Clark of Brandon, MS, is a Political Science major. Her activities include: ASB VP, chair of ASB finance committee, Phi Eta Sigma President, Mortar Board secretary, Honors College senator, sorority pledge class president, ' Distinctions The 2001 Hall of Fame Ten individuals honored for achievements and contributions to University -WRITTEN BY HAYS BURCHFIELD the sorority social chair, Rebel Recruiter, Ambassador, and summer campaign mana r for Attorney General Mike Mooie. Melissa Gong, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen W Gong of Jackson, MS, is double majoring in Journalism and Psychology. Her activities include: SPB director, SPB co-director of special events, ASB presiden- tial cabinet, ASB director of academic affairs, ASB senate executive council par- liamentarian, ASB chair of the peer con- sulting task force, Mortar Board co-chair of membership, and intramural tennis champion in doubles. Hart Hazard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Hazard of West Point, MS, is double majoring in English and Psychology. Her activities include: sorority rush and philan- thropy chairman, Mortar Board member- ship selection chairman, Habitat for Humanity Vice President- Volunteers, ASB senator, senate campus liaison, senate aca- demic affairs and ethics committee chairman, and class favorite. Tim Hotard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Hotard of Gretna, LA, is majoring in Management. His activities include: School of Business Administration student body VP, Ambassador and director of tours, Golden Key corresponding secre- tary, Resident Advisor, Special Olympics, Habitat for Humanity, Coaches vs. Cancer, and the Christmas Store volunteer. Tessa Hughes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
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Congratulations Ok Miss -BRIAN ROSENKRANS Following the formal announcement in Philadelphia, Chancellor hhaval informs university officials in prestigious honor society, Phi lleta Kappa. Dean of Liberal Arts lilenn Hopkins, Provost Emeritus Gerald Walton, w Once the announcement was made, I liri made calls to other Hie Hiss -BRIAN ROSENKRANS I other university administrators gathered at the Public delations office in anticipation of the Phi lleia kappa announcement. T ' Beta ' Kappa (ff)
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limi Ron igrato- s So I ' m i In iilliiuiii!) plays his plaque to a I ' iiiiiili iiii ' iii- r. PHOTOS BY ROBERT JORDAN Larry Hughes of Eupora, MS, is majoring in merchandising. Her activities include: President and Director of PR in Merchandising Association, President of Ebony Elegance Modeling Board, President of Ole Miss Modeling Board, ASB elections commissioner, ASB sena- tor, orientation leader, Resident Advisor, Habitat for Humanity VP of public relations, Mortar Board, and Rebel Recruiter. Trey Jones, son of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Jones of Germantown, TN, is majoring in Accounting. His activities include: Senior Class President, President of the Associated Accounting Student Body, ASB senator, fraternity treasurer, pledge trainer, intramural chairman, rush chairman, class favorite, volunteer for United Way, American Cancer Society, Habitat for Humanity, and Boys Club. Jessica Mitchell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mitchell of Columbus, MS, is majoring in English. Her activities include: Mortar Board President, Ole Miss Ambassador Executive Director, Sigma Tau Delta VP, sorority pro- gramming and member education VP, ASB Senate Executive Council sergeant-at-arms, Lambda Sigma selection coordinator, ambassador, Honors College senator, and Associated Student Body senator. Markeeva Morgan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred L. Morgan of Senatobia, MS, is an electrical engineering major. His activities include: ASB judicial council chair, Black Student Union VP, fraterni- ty President, Tau Beta Pi treasurer, selection coordinator and coordi- nator of new ambassador training, intramural basketball coach, and Honors College senate. Scott Pritchett, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Pritchett of Germantown, TN, is majoring in Accounting. His activities include: Mortar Board treasurer, fraternity secre- tary, academic scholarship chair, and judicial chair, ASB senator, volunteer at Boys Club, Special Olympics, St. Jude, Red Cross, and domestic violence shelter, and intramural tennis champion in sin- gles, doubles, and mixed doubles. Micajah Sturdivant, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Sturdivant of Itta Bena, MS, is majoring in Business with an emphasis in international business, marketing, and manage- rial economics. His activities include fraternity President, phi- lanthropy chairman, and alumni relations chairman, IFC VP, Mortar Board, ASB senator, and volunteer for the American Cancer Society, Habitat for Humanity, and Special Olympics. tfaft of Tame (ffi
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