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Paige Zastoupil Michelle Sommerfield Marie Lloyd Kieshahn Koepp Anna McGahey Amelie Nolen Amber Cannon Amanda Ayers Amber Ryan Katie Bradshaw Jocelyn English Lauren Joiner Diana Semmes Jacqlyn Singleton Terica Slaughter Lauren Wibbenmeyer Jamie Williams Susanna Baral ■£-. esas tot Hie fyri Kayte Lathouwers Mary Virginia Barnett Sarah Jane Lewis Sara Gray Tiffany Jue Earnest Woodall Heather Russell Janlyn Ledbetter Marshall Rivers Jason Zemek Melissa Daniels Nicklaus Simpson Rachael Parks Dominique Crouch Sarah Kathryn Dossett Mary Ann Farmer Amy Rich Eric Coleman Gabe Roberts Laura Latham Liza Carter Lidsey Bromley Ashley Gill Tadd Magro Haley Phelps Ashley Barron Jill McCain Chris Davis Christopher Purser Angela Marie Hudon Jennifer Thompson Philip Rogers, Jr. Tan Beta Sigma is a National Honorary Band Fraternity, rhe Beta Tau chapter at rhe University of Mississippi was established April 19, 1959. Tau Beta Sigmas focus is on promoting the Universitys band program, including The Pride of the South Man hing Band, Wind Ensemble, and Symphonic Band. Theresa Yancey, President Mara Villa, Vice President Melinda Downing, Treasurer Kim Henson, Secretary Courtney Windsor, Historian Mr. David Willson, Advisor T he Student Alumni Council works with the Universitys Alumni Association to create a link between students and alumni. The Council also helps with Homecoming activities and other campus events. Carter Dobbs Emily Emigh Candie Simmons Sue Ellen Taylor Tiffany Weiss Hays Burchfield Sheila Dossett Camille Collins Lauren Billman Josh Combes Matt Dossett Kelly Fountain Grady Stegall Julie Perry Hope Walker Kelly Phillips Stacy Koon Melinda Hare Danny Jetter Michelle Jue Sigma Alpha lota, Social Work, Hyperbole., TauBeta Sigma, Student Alumni Council
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C igma Alpha lota is a Music Fratenity for Women. Members come from different majors, and share a common bond through a love of music. Suzanne de Marche, President Jennifer Hodges, Vice President Membership Jill Ward, Vice President Ritual Amy Rains, Secretary Rosanne Rutledge-Schmidt, Corresponding Secretary Joanna Rochester, Treasurer Brooke Lummus, Editor Advisors: Dr. Carol Dale, Dr. Laurdella Foulks-Levy, Ms. Cynthia Linton, Ms. Nancy Maria Balach The Student Social Work Organization promotes the professional development of students seeking careers in professional soc ial work practice. The organization embodies principles of the Social Work Code of Ethics on the National Association of Social Workers. Members are encouraged to serve humanity through promotion of academic enrichment and service. Each member is required to volunteer at least 20 hours per semester. Corey Pulliam, President Shamecca Moore, Deidre Mooneyham, Volunteer Coordinator Vice President Angela Cohran, Kim Kuykendall, Secretary Social Coordinator Brittany Best, Treasurer _ Mary Ann Tigrett Trudie Perry, Pub ' ,c,t V Coordinator Service Coordinator .. Keonna Starks, Membership Coordinator Angie Denley, Joey Kimbrough, Glenda Tedford, Angela Adams, Brian Cooper, Molly Ivy, Jill Collins, Kiki Moore, Janice Stetz, Melissa Floyd, Susan Eftink, David Knight, Branda Lanford, Deanna Cummings, Melissa Hendrix, Sarah Bowen, Rhonda Dye, Amy Brown, Mandy Brown, Samantha Stokes, Lisa Byars Cooper, Sundra Pettit, Sherry Carr, Crittany Thorn, Toya Brooks, Kelley Livingston, Pam McNeal, Sheils Sykes, Lisa Winders, Heather Ray Brooke Burt Gavin Ales Joel Moore Raney-Mills Turner LeeAnn Jarret Melissa Sindelar Chris Ross Anna Cabell Mary K. Harkins Ginny Bodenhamer Freda Busby Brandon Russell Kinsley Manning Hannah Bryant Katie Winsett Laura Hulsey Camille Comer Jon N. Benson U yperbole is an undergraduate literary magazine that serves as an outlet for the literary and artistic talents of Ole Miss students. The first edition was published in April 2001 , under the direction of its first editor, Megan Norris of Jackson, Miss. The first edition was made possible through the support of the McDonnell Barksdale Honors College and the encouragement of Dr. Elizabeth Payne, director of the Honors College, and Dr. David Galef, advisor. Editors: Shane Richardson Anna Fleming Amy Rich Mary Johnson Jannifer Chadwick Megan Norris Palmer Brown Emily Peyton Organizations
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I MAGE (Increasing Minority Access to Graduate Education) is a minority organization which promotes a threefold mission: to increase the academic standing of minorities under-represented in the sciences, math, and engineering; to increase the number of under-represented minorities matriculating to The University of Mississippi; and to make IMAGE a catalyst for positive things in and around The University of Mississippi community. Elizabeth Wells, President Yolonda Richmond, Vice President Erica Brantley, Secretary Kaleshia Brown, Assistant Secretary Tancia Boone, Treasurer Melody Petty and Tonya Haynes, External Publicists Regina Covington and Kora Pounds, Internal Publicists )ohanna Williams and Kevin Hall, Newsletter Editors
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