a life long commitment -COURTESY OF BETH RUSH " Stephen is my best friend. He listens to me no matter what, and he is more understanding than anyone I have ever known. I love him because he cares for me and makes me the best person I can be. " Beth Rush, a telecommunications major from Jackson and Stephen Hammack, a second year medical student at UMC in Jackson- " We met back in 1998 when Beth was at Ole Miss for a summer program for rising high school seniors. And I was working at that program the summer after my soph- omore year. We started dating in December of 1999 and the next nine months were the only ones where we lived in the same city. We were engaged Christmas Eve the following year and will get mar- ried June 8th, 2002. Beth is the best thing that ever happened to me. She has a way of both being sup- portive of everything I do as well as keeping me from becoming so engrossed in what I do that I for- get what is really important. " -COURTESY OF KIM LINDSEY " We ' ve learned the art of compromise, which is important in any relationship. Nic is in the band here and I am on the color guard. We both graduate in May " Nic Penny, a management information systems major from Tupelo, and Kim Lindsey, a political science major from Fulton- " Nic and I met at Itawamba Community College. We hit it off the very first date. Even when we had only known each other a couple of weeks it seemed as if we had always been together. I don ' t know how I knew he was the " one " but I just knew. He became my best friend. Our relationship works because we always have a lot of fun together no matter what we are doing. We got engaged last April Fools Day, and we are getting married on June 2, 2001. We will be moving to Memphis, Tennessee. r ' Engagements
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