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Hall of Fame by Vernon Ray ford Walking along the taupe floors of the Union a few years ago, I would notice the pictures of the past 1 lall of Fame recipients. I would always ask myself, " What did they have to do to get that honor? ' Deep down I resolved that one clay I would be on the wall amongst the Hall of Fame. That was the easy past; however, I found there was no clear path to being in the Hall of Fame, no clear application process, no clearly defined criteria. It got to the point I had to decide whether I wanted to be Hall of Fame or whether I wanted to try to make a difference. Whether I wanted people to just see my picture on the top floor of the Union or to say that Vernon helped do something about the current condition of things. I chose to try to make a difference and Hall of Fame, as well as the answers to my first question came naturally. theEND " it is an i ionor in knowing that i was recognized for doing what i thought was right : attempting to make a difference, however small. " -Vernon Rayford, a pharmacy major from holly springs, mlss. V E R N O N R A Y F O R D Hall of Fame M A R S H A L L R I v E R S by MarshallRivers While I have had the opportunity to be a part of many organizations while attending Ole Miss, I would have to say that I enjoyed the Ole Miss Ambassador program more than any other. The Ambassadors Program allowed me to share with the incoming students things that I think are great about Ole Miss and Oxford. Founding the Student Rebel Athletic Foundation also gave me the opportunity to work with another one of my favorite aspects of Ole Miss. I would have to say that the leadership experiences that I ' ve enjoyed at Ole Miss will benefit me greatly in the coming years as I pursue a career in accounting or business. theEND 85 " Ole Miss has been a wonderful place to call home for the last four years. i know that ole mlss has definitely left its mark on me and i hope that i in turn have left a mark on Ole Miss. " -Marshall Rivers, an accounting from Union, Miss. Robin Prctiiuii
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-, P4 Hall of Fame by ChinOnwubiko During my first year at Ole Miss, one of my friends (who himself went on to be included in the Hall of Fame) mad e a statement about himself to this effect: " The University has invested a lot in me. It is now my responsibility to pay them back through service and campus involvement. " I felt that those words could very well apply to me as well. And so, through the strength and abilities given to me by Christ, I hope that I have been able to show that the University made a wise investment. And I hope to continue to do so as I make the transition from Ole Miss student to Ole Miss graduate. theEND " Thinking back to when i was a freshman, i thought it would be nice to be in the hall of fame, but i seriously doubted that i could do it. But here I am being selected four years later which is just another reminder that " i can do all things i hrough (jikisi who si kl (, i hens me. " pljilippians 4:13 -Chin Onwubiko, a biology major from Stringer, Miss. c H I N o N W u B I K O Hall of Fame M o L L Y M c K E N Z I E by MollyMcKenzie Throughout my four years here at the University of Mississippi, I have truly experienced the magic of Ole Miss. This prestigious University provides unimaginable- experiences, countless doors of opportunities, an infinite amount of knowledge, a friendship that never fails, and a tie... a bond that can never be broken; then it pushes you ahead of the world. But Ole Miss never lets go, it never stops giving, and never ceases to call you back into its magic, back to your home. Many people dream of such a place... only a few of us can call it ours. theEND " i have been privileged to serve as Associated Student Body Vici President. Ole Miss has provided me with countless opportunities, learning experiences and friendship. " -Molly McKlnxil, a marketing major from florence, mlss.
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Hall of Fame by Galx- Roberts I left my home four years ago to begin a new chapter. Although I was a little nervous about beginning college in an unfamiliar place, it did not take long for me to identify with Ole Miss. To me it is the embodiment of good times, friendship, memories, and successes. Now, as I find myself once again having to leave a home I dearly love to begin another one of life ' s new chapters, I will take with me the comfort of knowing Ole Miss will ever be a part of me. It is my prayer that my next destination welcomes me as warmly as Ole Miss did four years ago and captivates me as wholey as it does now. This summer I will begin working as an auditor for Ernst and Young in Memphis, Tenn. theEND " i feel blessed and am truly thankful for the opportuni ties i have had, knowing that without the help and support of so many other people, i would not have been able to benefit from all That Ole Miss has to offer. " )berts, an accounting business MAJOR FROM RlDGELAND, MlSS. G A B E R o B E R c Hall of Fame H A D Y N R o B E R T S by HadynRoberts It has been a blessing to attend the University of Mississippi. I must thank God for working through me and allowing me to utilize my talents to help make Ole Miss a better place. This University has equipped me with the necessary skills to begin my crusade towards success, hard work, dedication, and conviction which are prerequisites for accomplishing goals. I hope people remember my passion for helping other students. Whatever profession I choose, I want to serve my God, my country, and my state. theEND " Don ' t ask what the world needs of you. instead, ask what makes you come alive because what the world needs are people who have come alive. " -Hadyn Roberts, a biochemistry major from pascagoula, mlss. by John Eldridge, Wild at Heart
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