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diamond girls Irst row: Ashley Hatfield, Rachael Donahue, Andrea Savorgnan, Caroline Dreher, Lucy Savorgnan, Kriscy Fenster, Ashley McCoy; Second row: Courtney McDonald, Lauren | ' ye, Blair Ferguson, Kim Kosman, Ashley Hutton, Ashley Watkins, Graham Harlin, Ashley Megel, Meki Clark; Third row: Andrea Raley, Melinda White, Jill Rosamond, Rhalon Dominick, Leah Smith, Lizzie Andrews, Carol Ann Roebuck, Megan Hoggard, Shelby Brune, Lauren Reeder, Kerri Langston; Fourth row: Jessica Banahan, Daryn lutcliffe, Liz Casali, Aliya Ramirez, Brirtney Young, Lindsey Krouse, Kendra Moehring, Amy Thompson, Caroline Murphree, Jessica Betsayad, Li ndsey Harper: Not pictured: nndsay Brown, Carla Crosby, Julia May, Dolezal, Ashley Dove, Lindsey Davis, Mary-Grace Haynes, Becky Melvin, Jennifer Quinn, Jennifer Pennington, Laura Shirley he 2002-03 Diamond Girls bring beauty, grace, fun, and energy to Ole Miss Baseball, he squad of 48 is chosen in the fall d prepares for the upcoming eball season by promoting Rebel aseball. In the fall, the ladies get volved in the community by lping with North Mississippi egional Center Halloween Haunted rail and Carnival and by visiting sidents at Azalea Gardens. Their ig fundraiser is putting out a iamond Girl calendar with profits ing to help the squad travel with le team to all SEC weekends and all ost-season play. In the spring, the iamond Girls can be seen all over U Stadium and Swayze Field lling programs, helping with romotions, interacting with the as, and on the field working bats d foul lines. The Diamo nd Girls help with recruiting, acting as aseball hostesses for prospects and neir families. The Ole Miss )iamond Girls are an essential part f Rebel Baseball. Head Diamond Girl: Jennifer Betsayad Captains: Chalon Dominick Ashley Dove Kendra Moehring Jill Rosamond Jill Rosamond and Kendra Moehring hang out after a game. 3 § e 1 173
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institute of transportation engineers Officers: President: Benjamin Russell Vice President: Talbert Rea Treasurer: Karl Hector Secretary: Tony Sanders Advisor: Dr. Waheed Uddin The Institute of Transportation Engineers is one of the largest and fastest growing multimedia professional transportation organizations in the world. Its members are responsible for meeting society ' s needs for sale and efficient surface transportation. latter-day saints student association—. Members: Collin Anderson, fared Baumann, Stephanie Campbell, Allison Cerveny, George Cerveny, Jennifer Cerveny, Mary Cerveny, Dustin Bankston, David Fairey, Brittney Gillespie, Randy Jasmine, Chrissy Jennings, Michelle Jones, Josh Kennedy, Amanda Marcak, Louis Dorsey, David Morrison, Sam Rayburn, Wes Rayburn, John Waters The Latter-Day Saints Student Association is affiliated with the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. The main purpose of the LDSSA is to provide a warm environment of fellowship and spiritual growth by following the teachings of Christ and His Church. The LDSSA as various activities including community service and scripture study classes through the Institute of Religion. The Institute of Religion offers weekly scripture study classes every semester. The association invites all students to attend the activities and meetings. school of accountancy officers .he AASB is the student body of the Patterson School of Accountancy. The officers work closely with the administration regarding student concerns and affairs. The AASB represents students ' interests and provides a direct connection to the dean and the faculty. T: President: S. Morrow Bailey VP Administration: Andrew G. Bryant VP Publicity: William " Trip " Yates Secretary: Shea C. Pritchett Treasurer: Steven S. Kilgore Graduate Representative: Eleanor P Griffith Graduate Representative: Natalie M. Strong
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174 Pre-Accountancy Society , The Pre-Accountancy Society is a society for freshman and sophomore accounting majors or those with an interest in accounting. They associate themselves with Beta Alpha Psi and help them with many on-campus activities. It is a great organization for underclassmen to meet important and beneficial people early in their college career. Members: Ann Barrett Blackburn, Brett Cantrell, Brian Chopin, Brad Cook, David Elks, Chris Frierson, Grace Fullilove, Beth Henson, Austin Jones, Lisa Lawton, Brooks Anne O ' Briant, Dipesh Patel, Aaron Samuels, Aaron Schell, Angela Snell, Sally Swearengen, Jay Tayloe Officers President: Morgan Stone Vice President: Jessica Bogan Secretary: Chase Black Sigma Alpha lota Chief Emissary Officers Officers President: Amy S. Rains Vice President Membership: Lauren Billman Vice President Ritual: Shelby Thomas Corresponding Secretary: Jill Ward Recording Secretary: Rosanne Rutledge-Schmidt Treasurer: Paige Zastoupil Editor: Angela Foster Sargent at Arms: Amber Roland Fraternity Education: Lauren Joiner Sigma Alpha Iota is an International Greek Music Fraternity for Women. It began at the University School of Music in Ann Arbor, MI in 1903. Its purposes are to promote an interest in music and foster social contacts between those interested. Sigma Alpha Iota organizes its group lite specifically to promote competence and achievement within the field of music. This year, Sigma Alpha lota is celebrating its 100th Anniversary and the Alpha Omega Chapter is celebrating 65 years of service to the University of Mississippi Music Department. Officers President: Ashley Bowman Vice President: Brent Fletcher Secretary: Julie Jones Special Events: Katie Commiskey Web Coordinator: Clark Lawrence Web Coordinator: Jennifer Uznik Members: Johnathan Bishop, Tyndale Brickey, Ellen Burton, Jaman Caroline, Brian Doss, Bradford Hutchins, Timothy Lowe, Salley McCullar, Angel McCullough, Angie Nail, Stacey O ' Neal, Peter Reiley, Meredith Skelton, Maggie Turner The Chief Emissary Officers (CEOs) represent the School of Business student body through ambassadorial positions at academic, professional, and recruting events.
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