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

 - Class of 2003

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o o ie 4 mortar ortar Board was established as a national M honor society, and today is one of the highest senior honor groups for both men and women. Tassels, the local chapter, has been active on the Ole Miss campus since its founding in 1930. Mortar Board has a 40 member limit, and selection is based on leadership, scholarship, and service. Candidates for membership must have at least a 3-0 GPA. Mortar Board challenges the individual to provide thoughtful leadership to the campus and community, to create an environment of effective communication, and to move toward the improvement of the status of men and women. 2002-03 Officers President: Jim Jacobs Vice President: Ashley Abide Secretary: Bentley Harris Treasurer: Marshall Rivers Communications Director: Melissa Huling Membership Chairs: Anna Walker Carla Crosby Members Ashley Abide, Waverly Almon, Morrow Bailey, Anastasia Ballas, Austin Barrett, Wilson Boone, Megan Brown, Nicholas Brown, Andrew Bryant, Kristin Caldwell, Jenny Cameron, Carla Crosby, Jay Desai, Jake Dickerson, Laurie Evans, Trey Hankins, Bentley Harris, Staci Henson, Elizabeth Holcombe, Melissa Huling, Jim Jacobs, Mary Mills Lane, Bessie Liedtke, Maryj Ellen Maples, Jeff McCrary, Matt McKenzie, Molly McKenzie, Sophie Nord, Chin Onwubiko, Haley Phelps, Marshall Rivers, Gabe Roberts, Meredith Skelton, Raegin Smith, Drew Snyder, Andrew Taylor, Anna Walker, Andrew White, Doty Wohrman, Trent Yates

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MBA Association Officers jl " j MBA association is a voluntary organization in the MBA program with elected resident: James Lomas Social Chairs: Katherine Mills Lisa Heros JL representatives. The duty of the mba flee President: Kim Walker GSC Representative: Jorge Vinueza association is to govern the social and philanthropy .,- r , -,. _. . _. activities that take place throughout the course of the ecretary: Tom Speed Treasurer: Brian Bogue , , , , , .,„. , . ' ' ■ year, and to enhance the awareness or the JvlbA body epresentatives: John Toohig Nathan Hysmith in the eyes of the public. Black Graduate Professional Student Association JL s he Black Graduate and Professional Student Association is a non-profit student run organization dedicated to improving the status of African and African-Americans at the University of vlississippi by systematically identifying and addressing their needs ind concerns. The BGPSA supports a variety of objectives and nitiatives throughout the year, including: Increasing the number of gradutate and professional students of frican descent by encouraging undergraduates to pursue graduate ind professional degrees Providing resources that will enhance the likelihood of academic and :areer success of current graduate and professional students Developing a network of emerging scholars of African descent who ire dedicated and sensitive to the needs and concerns of an increasingly Jiverse academic community. GPSA membership is open to graduate and undergraduate students, cademicians, institutions, corporations, and other groups and ndividuals who are interested in supporting students of African escent as they participate and succeed in higher education. The GPSA does not discriminate or limit its membership to any ndividual or group based on race, creed, color, nationality, ability, or exual preference. Aembers: Derrick Brown, Numukunda Darboe, Murrell Godfrey, Nolan McMurray, Ginger Powe-McNair, Rhonda tennis, Bryan Williams, Joe Anderson, Anna Stanley, Carla iartwright, Stephanie Keeton, Erika Cohen, Ravyn Wilson, onora Miller, Ejeera Selmer, Kenja Shell, Andrew Clark, Paula Aathis, Kenosha Hobson, John Satumba, Tywanda Jeffers



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Jeffrey Brown. CSA ' s choir director, and Tommy Herring play guitar together for praise and worship during one of CSA ' s Tuesday night gatherings. Members of CSA ' s choir sing praise and worship songs on a Tuesday night. The choir also performs during St. John ' s Sunday evening student masses. The Catholic Student Association at Ole Miss is made up of a diverse group of students who have come together to form a community of support, trust, belonging, friendship, and faith. The diverse cultures, personalities, and strengths of the members of the Catholic Student Association brings to life the excellence and greatness that comes from the unity of the whole human family. The Catholic Student Association offers a number of activi- ties throughout each week and over select weekends to help students learn more about God ' s role in their life, their faith, the Church, each other, and to have fun in the process. catholic student association s 165 o o

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