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WW Working with the yearbook has been something I ' ve enjoyed doing ever since high school. I wanted to continue that opportuni- ty when I came to Ole Miss, but as a fresh- man, I wasn ' t sure how I could get involved. However, as soon as I saw an ad in the DM at the end of my freshman year to be on staff, I responded immediately and became involved as a section editor. I then set a goal to one day be the editor- in-chief, but that goal somewhat faded once I saw how much time and work it required (a lot more than in high school!). Focusing on my school work has always been my number one priority, and I was afraid that my grades would suffer if I chose to take on such a big responsi- bility. However, when the time came to select a new editor at the end of my junior year, I felt the Lord leading me to apply for the position. I had to have faith that He would give me the strength, patience, and time to get through it, and He did! This year has been a wonderful experience, and one that I have not regretted. I want to thank Chancellor Khayat and Thomas Wallace for taking time out of your busy schedules to talk with me, and for your tremendous sup- port. Thanks to Robert Jordan, Kevin Bain, and Joe Ellis at Imaging Services for rescu- ing me on several occasions! Thanks to everyone in the Public Relations office, Lamar Chance and the rest of the staff at Sports Information, the Daily Mississippian, Peter Cleary, Kristy Lowe, Darcy Colley, Leslie Walker, and Melanie Wadkins. Thank you, Ralph and Traci for your support and encouragement. Thank you to everyone at Taylor Publishing Company, especially Ben and Tami for your time, support, and patience-you are THE BEST! A big thanks to all of the section editors, assistants, writers, and photographers for your hard work, time, and commitment. You made my job so much easier! Thank you, Summer, for always being there when I needed help! Thank you to all my friends and family, espe- cially my mom and dad, for supporting me and 1 for believing in me- I love you! Thank you, Jeremy, for your love, support, and patience. I i could not have made it without you- I LOVE YOU! And last but not least- thank You, Jesus, for using me and working through me to do Your work. All that I am is Yours. B Words from tfie ' Editor
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Serving as the People section editor has definitely been a challenging and rewarding experience. I would not have survived, though, if it were not for the peo- ple who helped me. To Kelley, for being a wonderful and dedicated assistant. I would not have completed the section without her. To Karen, my editor, who was so patient through everything and made my experi- ence on the yearbook staff so enjoyable. To Kelsi, who helped me with my biggest deadline without any ques- tion. To Ryan and Amy, who gave me pictures to use in the section. They were greatly appreciated. I would also like to thank everybody who helped during class pictures and my deadline. You all made my job so much easier, and I wouldn ' t know what I would do without you. To a wonderful staff, thanks for a great year. 3$e ec oir) " Ecllor Hello Friends, I would like to give a special thanks to the many people who helped me with my section of the yearbook. I would like to thank each Dean and their secretaries from each school for contributing information. I am so grateful to Chancellor Khayat for his generous support for the year- book. I would also like to thank MAMP, the Study Abroad program, McDonnell-Barksdale Honors College, the Croft Institute, the Career Center, and the Academic Support Center. Special thanks also goes to Mr. Edward C. Maloney, Mr. Calvin Thigpen, Ms. Tina File Webb, Dr. David Cole, and Ms. Julie Grimes for their efforts in helping to make the " Academic " section better. I would also like to thank Hays Burchfield, Amanda Johnson, and Kathleen Hillman for their copy writing. Special thanks goes to Sarah-Elizabeth Gundlach, Ryan Pierini, Brandy Stewart, Josh Guest, and Denise Williams for the photographs in my section. The biggest thank you of them all goes to the Editor, Karen Smith. Thanks Karen for taking the chance on having a " Freshman " as a section editor. After three years on yearbook staff, Em a lit- tle sorry to see it all end. So it goes though. Of each staff I ' ve worked with, I ' ve probably enjoyed this one the most. There was Ryan the Pirate, and Karen the high commander and lady of much organization. There was John the jokester, Ashley the ever stressed, Amy the delicious cake maker. There was Ben the ever generous patron of yearbook dining and all the others who made this ride so unforgettable. Then there was Traci, the ever faithful and overworked advisor who put up with us for just one more year. It ' s been such a blessing to work with each and every one of you. Thanks for making my yearbook experience such an awesome one! at- Dear Friends, On the behalf of the Sports section, I would like to say thanks to Sports Information for providing a majority of the pictures in the Sports section, and for your time, patience, and resources. I would also like to thank my copy writers: Hays Burchfield and Peter Ross. Without your articles, the section would not have happened. Many thanks go out to everyone who wrote a sports diary: John Engstrom, Takela Corbitt, Burney Hutchinson, Amanda Lehotak, Alex Hartman, Julie DeRoo, Troy Muller, Teresa Brown, Maranda Stockton, Jennifer Soileau, Angela Westbrook, Savante Stringfellow, Abby Diddle, and Kira Zschau. I would also like to thank everyone on yearbook staff for helping me out my first year on staff. THANK YOU, KAREN!! I appre- ciate all the help you gave me, and I look forward to being on staff next year. Lastly but not least, I would like to thank my roommate Tricia Oughton who helped me out during times that were tight. Thanks again to everyone. foltftk %MXK$» How do I begin to thank all the people that looked after me during late nights at Farley, and during deadline weeks when my mad sci- entist hair was a daily occurance, and I was constantly forgetting to eat! Foremost, I am nothing without my family; when we faced dis- aster, I completely realized our amazing strength and our courage to continue this crazy journey of life. Mom, you are my angel in so many ways I could never even begin to explain. You remind me every day of the woman I want to become. And Dad, you are ever present to give me a glimpse of my exact personality and laugh along with my crazy schemes. Abigail-your name could never be anything else and I am the favorite; Ben-please don ' t turn into a real boy. And to my wonderful friends and sisters at Ole Miss.... where would I be without you! Y ' all have been there for everything: the mohawk issue, my numerous mental breakdowns, dropping classes (Why would anyone take over 1 2 by choice?), all the chaos of life-a.k.a. UG A game, shady toxic people, and the good things like quality boys, presents, cookies, and Oprah. And as always- STIPE FOR PRESIDENT. Ashley G. Williams Student Life Editor 200 1 Words from the Staff
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