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Johnson C. Smith University


1867-2001
Charlotte, North Carolina
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Alma Mater I

We love thee Smith with all our hearts!


to thee we'll e'er be true
and in the light of truth and right
Hold high the Gold and Blue

Refrain:
Proudly we thy name, our Alma Mater, Old S.U.
hail
Johnson C. Smith, our ownl Our hope, our guiding star,
our light unfailing)
Pride of our loyal hearts, we'll love and honor thee
our whole life through.
On ever on! dear old J.C.S.U.!
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Fair Smith, where'er on earth we roam,


Send forth thy constant ray
And let it beam with steadfast gleam
To lead us o'er Life's way.
(Refrain repeat)

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Words by George Leonard Allen
Music by R. Tate

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JOHNSON G SMITH UNIVERSITY

To the Class of 2001:

GREETINGS:

I am
pleased and proud to extend greetings and best wishes to all of you-
members of the staff of this annual, officers of the Student Government
Association, student trustees, the student body writ large, administrators,
faculty, and staff - through the medium of the 2000-2001 edition of THE
BULL.

In our commitment to the students served Johnson C. Smith University, it


at
is we continue marching boldly
fitting that new millennium dedicated
into the
to providing the best possible environment for teaching and learning. I have
watched with pride the increased maturity and sense of purpose developed in
the student body as it moved about the campus, serving in various capacities
of increasing trust and responsibility. I commend you.

Finally, I commend the very fine editorial staff for 2000-2001, along with
advisors, for the magnificent effort put forth to capture the essence of the
next generation of excellence.

This pictorial depicting the life and activities at the University will be a
constant reminder of your years spent here as part of the Johnson C. Smith
University family.

Sincerely,

Dorothy Cowser Yancy, PhD.


President

Office of the President


100 Beanies Ford Road • Charlotte, North Carolina 28216 • (704) 378-1007

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Johnson C. Smith University was founded in 1867 by two young white Presbyterian ministers.
Johnson C. Smith University sought to equip exslaves spiritually morally and intellectually Today
more than 130 years later, it continues to prepare men and women in similar manner. Smith has
continued as an academically strong and vibrant co-educational institution of higher learning
that is fast becoming one of the nation's premiere and most progressive small colleges. The
institution was founded April 7, 1867 as an Academy for the training of ministers, teachers, and
catechist. The first sessioi

began May 1, 1867 and


ended after five
months, with the first

class
being corn- prised of
eight or ten students
described as discreet anc
pious young men of
average ability who posses;
a knowledge of elementary
branches of education.
In the fall of 1867 the
charter was amended
naming the school "The
HenryJ.Biddle Memorial
Institue", hon- oring Major
Biddle and in appreciation
for timely gifts by his win-
dow. Mrs. Biddle
had responed
an appeal in the church pa-
pers request- ing help for
t h e Freedman's
cause and do- nated $1000
in honor of her husband, whc
had been killed in the War
Between the states in 1862. She made an additional contribution of $400, with the provision that
the school be chartered under the name honoring her decesed husband. Curricula of a classic na-
ture were added in 1876 and the name changed to Biddle University. The institution operated
under the leadership of northern whites primarily until 1891. In 1886 the first black professor was
named with the appointment of George E. Davis as professor of Natural Science. In the 1891 the
Reverend Daniel J. Sanders became the first black elected to the office of President of the Univer-
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In 1921, Mrs. Johnson C.Smith of Pittsburg, Pennsylvania began making large donations to the
institution,which resulted in the addition of nine buildings to the physical plant and a substantial
endowment. In recognition of her interest and support, the charter was amended in 1923, chang-
ing the name to Johnson C. Smith University. In 1927 the institution's progress was ensured by a
generous endowment gift from James B. Duke of Charlotte, North Carolina. Today the Duke En-
dowment con- tinues to serve as one of the
University's prime benefactors. The
high school de- partment was discontin-
ued in 1929, snd ue standard program was
restricted prima- rily to Liberal Arts and
Theology, Women were admitted to
the junior and se- nior classes in 1932 and to
all classes in 1941. In 1933 the institution
received an "A" rating by the Southern
Association of Colleges and
Schools (SACS) and was elected to full
membership in the American Council on
Education in 1934. From its founding to
1938 Johnson C. Smith University was oper-
ated by the board of National Missions of the
Presbyterian Church, USA. In April of
1938 the Univer- sity became an Independent
Presbyterian in- stitution affiliated with the
church through the Board of Christian
Education. The mission of Johnson C. Smith
University is to provide an outstanding
(education for a di- verse group of talented and
highly movited students from various
ethnic, socioeco- nomic, and geographic
backgrounds. Johnson C. Smith offers a
liberal education in conjunction with concen-
tration study in specialized fields in
preparation for advanced study and specific careers. The University endeavors to produce
graduates who are able to communicate effectively, think critically, learn independently as well as
collaboratively, and demonstrate competence in their chosen fields. Johnson C. Smith University
has firm resolve to maintain the fiscal and human resources requisite to be a truly distinctive
institution - a hallmark of excellence in its students, faculty, staff, administrators, academic and
other programs, facilities, operations, and environment.

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The Creation of a Smithite
Golden Bull Academy: The New Student Orientation Experience

In the trunk below you will find the hopes and dreams of
future Smithites. You will find the love of parents,
extended familiy, and church members. You will also find
cans of soup, ramen noodles, crackers, peanut butter, jelly,
clean towels, toothpaste, and anything else that can fit into
"The Trunk of Hope".

"Do all the Golden Bulls live


in luxury like this.? If so I

want to become a Golden


Bull so I can live here".

Shawanda Johnson, Shannon Kemmer and The Golden Bull


show the future class of 2004 how this aint nothing but a
Smith thing. '1 surely would like my
grandbaby to become a
Golden Bull".
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The Evolution of a Golden Bull
July tenth through July twenty-third two thousand

Talathia Joyner helps some prospec-


tive members of the class of 2004
check into "The suburbs", New Resi-
dence Hall.

The Residence Life Staff along with Shannon Ducket


lelp to show future Smithites the truth about living
n a residence hall.

This Golden Bull family is


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already fitting in, chilhn on
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Duke Hall.

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The Student Orientation Leaders show
the audience what "Brayboy Madness"
is all about, in its Showtime at the

Apollo -Smith Style.

Residence Life staff, Ms.


Middleton and Ms. Webb,
help welcome students and
parents to the Smith
family.

The future Smithites have no problem


telling the SOL's where they can take their
act.

Student Orientation Leader,


Sequoya Pollard (The
Sandman) lets the crowd
know that this act has to go.

Resident Advisor, Nakita Cooper is

always willing to help out her fellow


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Mrs. Herriet Gentry Love,
Director, Health Services
meets and greets the class of
2004 and reminds them to turn
in their health forms.

Student Government President,


Manuel McGriff and friends
doing it like only he knows
how.

Parents stand in the long lines to help their


children register for classes and make tu-
itionpayments. These lines will become a
thing of the past with the help of technol-
ogy-

Student Orientation Leader, Roxanne


Smith makes sure all incoming freshman
feel welcome.

FDY and United Parcel Services feed the


freshman and their parents on the lawn
of Myers Hall.

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Student Orientation Leaders
Golden Bull Academy 2000 :

Student Orientation Leaders 2000-


2001.

Angela Beasley, Student Orientation


Leader Coordinator

Student Orientation Leaders


Nicole Thompson Cotteka Johnson
Nicole DuBois LaTeka Kegler
Asiha Foster Talathia Joyner
Kamia Murray Manuel McGriff
Jina Meadows Tawanda Dent
Ronald Brown Kimberly Jenkins
Karima Lateef Lyneeta Sides
Darrell Weaver Danielle Kelly
Davis
Jessica ClintonMoore
Timothy Eaton Kandee Cannon I

Maru' David Lavetra Deneal


Sequoya Pollard Tonesia Sims
Derek Epps Zakiya Thomas
Rodrissa Polite Anwar White
Candice Simmons Branch Gant
Cheronda Ford Chanika Mills
Roxanne Smith Keitra Manigult
Niyia Pauling Angelica Boyd

"Is this how the


SOL's train for
Golden Bull Acad-
emy?"

Student Orentation Leaders


take a break from learning
leadership skills to have a
1CSTT snack.
SOL's in one of their many leadership
training workshops.

Student Orientation Leaders Derek Epps and Angela Beasly, poses for

showing their crazy pose. hard days work.


a picture after a

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The Next Generation of Excellence on
the Go !!!

Laughing with your friends in the residence hall room, talking on the phone to the wee
hours of the morning, going to the cafe to get a cheeseburger for lunch, studying arduously
for that final exam, getting dressed up to go to the JCSU basketball game to see those Golden
Bulls throw down, or hitting that alarm clock at 7:00a.m to get up for an eight o'clock class

are all part of STUDENT LIFE.


Oh, student life encompasses so much for so many. Every student has one. It is impossible
not to, especially at Johnson C. Smith University where there are so many organizations to
join and functions to attend.
Moving from one residence hall to another, gliding from the library to the education build-
ing, or going to the cafe' party, students at Smith are always on the go.
We see ourselves going to Chicken King for a snack, Eastland Mall to get something to
wear game, or downtown to look for a job or internship. It is these activities which
to the
help students tounwind and relax from academic pressures.
The students of Johnson C. Smith University are a family and a community of their own.
Giving each other support, showing school spirit, or tutoring each other in academics is what
student life is all about; it is sharing a part of oneself with another.
Typing a term paper at four o'clock in the moring talking to a professor in his or her
,

office, student life activities never end. There is always something that needs to be done or
something to do, so-
Let's all continue to be The Next Generation of Excellence.

Tarik, Dylan, and Shirlna take a break SGA president takes


between classes on the block. time out of his buzy
schedule to talk to
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Joyce waits in line to finish Sherry Walker and Reginae Goodwin
her wax hand. making wax hands. "Looks like they
get paid to have fun!"

"It sure looks hard to take the wax hand off


without it changing shape."

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Troy shows off his finished waxed
hand.

Wax Hands is just one of the many activities that


the Office of Student Activities organizes for the
students of Johnson C. Smith University.

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Students can be seen every-
where taking a study break.

Smithites taking a break between classes.

Clean clothes are a must at JCSU, so wash away


Carletta.

Andrew showing off his All CI AA Tennis


jacket.

Ashlie and India, they are an example of the friends


you can make at JCSU.

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William and the gang plan on winning the next
football game.

Father and son, Omar and Nathan,


take a break from studying to
pose for a picture.

Seniors Danielle and Tameika friends


who come from two different coast but
found each other at Smith.

"I hope my mom sent my cape and my tights,


she knows I've got capers to solve."

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doing all types of things
:

around campus
Walking to class

Nicole Thompson and Shan-


non Berry all smiles... both are
RA's in Greenfield Hall.

Buying snacks and books in


the JCSU bookstore.

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Having fun in the University pool.

Taking out the trash.

Rexaling and shooting the


breeze in a New Rez condo.

Angela Johnson, resi-


dent advisor for the
New Residence Hall
sitting duty on a
Wednesday night.

Sheeka Blanco on the


way to practice.

Laughing with friends.

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As students walk through the lines they think to
themselves, Where's my table? Where's my seat?
Gimmie the food, I'm ready to eat. The cafeteria
staff is always greating students with a friendly smile (ha ha). Al takes his work with him
Whenever you're hungry, looking for the latest gossip, wherever he goes.
the latest fashions or just trying to find your friends.
All of this and more can be found in :

The Cafe

'What is this child talking about?"

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"Does that really taste good?"

Kenny and Kendel out on a hot date in the


cafe.

Pimpin' in the Cafe

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"We just want our two minitues of fame."

Thomas Rivers and Elana Bates waiting


in line for some good old FDY nurishment.

Somebody help!

It's a Cafe thing.

Freshman, just taking up space in the cafe.

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Many students use the university library as their
quiet place to study.

Did your professor assign you to work in teams or


are you just studying together?

So what is your paper on?

"I like to get a private room, so I can


get my study on.

"Smile, you've just been


caught studying."

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"I don't think they're doing any work, just
look at their faces, their surfing on the
internet."

"This picture is fake the girl does not even


have a book to check out."

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"Look she is taking our picture, is this for the year-


"If study in here every night
I I just
book?"
might get all A's."

The James B. Duke Library


is an integral part of Johnson C. Smith
University. The Library is designed to support the University
Mission and serve as vital linkage between patrons and resources
by making accessible as much information as possible. Reasearch
is a vital aspect of the learning process and the library is committed

to providing students with a diverse range of materials needed for


reasearch development.

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Smithites on the go...

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Presents : Breaking Down Barriers Ladies Chat

Topics discussed at the Ladies Chat included respecting


yourself and one another, male bashing, relationships,
joining a sorority, and a host of other topics that effect the
college women.

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Presents Love Shouldn't Hurt Part
: I

Dating Violence is any action that harms or is used to gain or


maintain power and control over another person in an intimate
relationship. It may include shoving, hitting, threating, chok-
ing, demanding sexual actions or using a weapon.

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Presents : AKAdemic Awareness Workshop

Set aside certain hours each day fori

assignments. Why lose time phoning all

over campus to find somone who knows


the assignment? Remember to keep a
assignment book. Learning to take good
lecture and text notes will help you pre-
pare for the test more effective!

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Living On My Own
Sponsored by The Office of Residence Life
Guest Speaker: Rev. Warren Lesane
University Chaplin

Rev. Lasane told the student


that living away from their parental
support would be hard at first but
they could do it. The students talked
about living with a roommate, shar-
ing a bathroom with forty people, and
many other aspects of living in a
Residence Hall.

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tried to warn

me."

"I'm glad that

this is going to

fullfill my
Community

Service

requirements."

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Vanessa Speight,
President

Syeetah Hampton-El

La-Asia Hundley

Rodrissa Polite

Jacqueline Whitten,
Advisor

The 4-Year Change

Going through college is almost synonymous with going through changes. Whether you're at

Johnson C. Smith University lor tour years, ten years, or just one quater, chances are that the
experiences you have had have affected who you are and why you are that way.

Changes can he physical ask anyone whose I.I), pictures bears little resemblance to him now or
whose freshman year clothes are yards too big or sizes too small.

Through less obvious, changes in personality, lifestyle and personal beliefs also come about. Re-

member a freshman, the kid who never drank, cleaned his room and got up for church every
Sunday; Did it surprise you two years later to see the same person in Mr. Pec's at 1:30 a.m. on a

Sunday morning, surrounded by strange friends and every kind of mix drink you can name?

flunk of your own experiences the people vou've met, the job interviews, the classes, the goo.
times and bad. flunk of what you once belived in, and reevaluate it now. Have you changed?

Perhaps you've grown


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Trinnette Cooper- Most Likely to
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"We can not
rewrite the
past,but we
can write the
future"
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Sabrina Adair,
Milwaukee, WI

Angela Beasley
tone Mountain, GA
nentary Education

Shakanda Beaver
Chester, PA

Keisha Belton
Hyattsville, MD
Kai Berry
Morganton, NC
Shannon Berry
Evanston, IL

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Veronica Best
Brooklyn, NY

John Blake
Charlotte, NC
Carl Butler
Hephizbah, GA
Shana Campbell
Chesterfield, Sc

Tracey Cambell
Washington, DC
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Kasey Harris
Windsor, CT

A'Kosha Hinkson
Hope Mills, NC
Miqel Hudson
ElkGrove, CA
Computer Science

Efunyemi Hughes
Chicago, IL

La- Asia Hundly


Brooklyn, NY
Erin James
Sumter, SC

Jawanzza Johnson
Washington, DC
Shannon Kemme
Philadelphia, PA

Karla Knight
Chester, VA
Chinue Lawrenc
Rocky Mount, 1

Albert Layton
Chester, PA

Andrew Lovett
Albany, GA
Mathematics

Keitra Manigat
Charleston, SC
LaShonda Owens

Rodrissa Polite
Pembroke, FL

Marty Ragin
Summerton, SC

Elryn Reagor
Dallas, TX

Juanita Reed

Carlisha Richardsi

Cassandra Roscoe
Ft. Lauderdale, FL

Milton Roy
Columbia, SC
Sports Managment

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Danielle Sanders
Philadelphia, PA
Political Science

Lakisha Sanders
Ft.Lauderdale, 1

Lynetta Sides
Winston-Salem,

Syretta Summers
Fayetteville, NC
Sean Sutton
Portland, OR

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Kokia Tarik
Washington, DC
ementary Education

April Tate
Washington, DC

Nicole Thompson
Laurelton, NY

Teri Thompson
Washington, DC
ementary Education

ernavia Vanderhost
Nesmith, SC

CONGRATULATIONS GRADS Dylan Whitehead


Riverdale, GA

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Always smiling for the cam-
era

"Oh boy! We have come a


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great addition to any year-
book."
And people say college students don't get
any sleep."

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this girl get #1 Bailer." AKAin
on ray side training."

of the cam-
pus?" women.

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whites?" tying with friends"

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2000

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The Luv-A-Bulls

The Luv-A-Bulls hanging out with Will Dottery


JCSU Cheerleading
. and Kachina always Coach McClendon and
epresenting their sorority. squad taking time out
Alpha Kappa Alpha from cheering.
Sorority, Inc.

Seniors Teri and Shannon,


having fun as usual.

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The Three Amigos: Nicole, Teri and Shawanda

(118) JCSU
The Luv-A-Bulls always
helping the community

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2000-2001 Golf Team
Coach James Saunders
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2000-2001 GOLF SCHEDULE


Fall 2000 Season Spring 2001 Season (Tentative)
August 28 - November 14 March 5 -May 14

Tournaments: Tournaments:
Lincoln Memorial University Fall (lassie CIA A Divisional Championship
September 27 - 29, 2000 March 11 - 13,2001
Cedar Hill Country Club Raleigh, NC
Jonesville, VA
Barton College Dogfight CIAA Divisional Championship
October 8- 10,2000 April8- 10,2001
The Challenge at Hideaway Farm Bide-A-Wee
Graham, NC Portsmouth, VA
Queens Collegiate Intercollegiate Championship CIAA
November 4 - 6, 2000 April 18-21,2001
Regent Park Golf Club Raleigh, NC
Fort Mill, SC
Wingate Bulldog Invitational National Minority Championship
November 12- 14,2000 May 9 -13, 2001
Eagle Chase Golf Club PGA Reserve
Marshville, NC Port St. Lucie, FL

Chaz Moses

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Tennis Team
2000-2001

Coach James Cuthbertson

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2001 Men's
Tennis Team

2001 MEN'S TENNIS ROSTER (1-1 ovc rail)

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Darin) Griffin 5-5 130 5R h.,nM., n ,N« MS
Marl.M Jacks-n 5-8 150 SO Flnr*nc*3C Wltm
Johnny Johnson S-10 lf.5 PR Rkhmnnd.VAUF. Kennedy
(.rr.rk l..nc* h-0 155 SK Cfckafo,lUMt< * rmri

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Andre* Momofl 5-in 11.5 JR
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2001 Men's
Tennis Team

2000-01 TENNIS SCHEDULE/RESULTS (1-7 overall)


September 20 at Pfeiffcr College W6-3
September 26 at Hclmont Abbey L 1-8
September 29 at Queen'. College LI-8
February 7 PFEIFFER COLLEGE L5-4
February 14 BELMONT ABBEY LO-9
February 23 vs. Xavier (Dillard Classic) L2-7
vs. Dillard (Dillard Classic)
L2-7
vs. Morehouse (Dillard Classic) LO-9
Mareh 6 at Benedict 3:00 p.m.
March 7 N.C. CENTRAL 3:00 p.m.
March 13 at Mars Hill 3:30 p.m.
March 15 at St. Augustine's 2:00 p.m.
Mareh 17 at Virginia I „„,„ 2:00 p.m.

March 18 at St. Paul's 11:00 a.m.


March 25 VIRGINIA STATE 2:00 p.m.
March 26 at N.C. Central 2:30 p.m.
reh29 atShaw 3:00 p.m.
March 31 VIRGINIA UNION 1:00 p.m.
April 4 ST.AUGUSTINE'S 3:00 p.m.
April 5 WINSTON-SALEM 3:00 p.m.
April 7 BENEDICT 1:00 p.m.
at Morehouse 3:00 p.m.
April 12 at District of Columbia 11:00 a.m.
April 14 SHAW 1:00 p.m.
2001 MEN'S ROSTER

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Women's
Tennis Team

2000-01 TENNIS SCHEDULE/RESULTS


September 19 at Queens L9-0
September 20 at Pfeiffer College L 8-1

September 26 at Belmont Abbey L 6-1

October 17 CATAWBA L7-0


Converse -
October 21 at

October 27 Blue/Gold Alumni -


February 7 PFEIFFER COLLEGE 3:00 p.m.

February 12 BELMONT ABBEY 1:30 p.m.

February 19 at Erskine TBA


February 20 SALEM 3:00 p.m.

February 23 Dillard Classic TBA


February 24 Dillard Classic TBA
February 25 Dillard Classic TBA
March 5 at N.C. Central 2:30 p.m.

March 6 at Benedict 3:00 p.m.

March 8 CONVERSE 4:00 p.m.

Bennett 3:00 p.m.


March 9 at

March 10 at Virginia State 9:00 a.m.

Mars 1:00 p.m.


March 13 at Hill

March 20 CENTRAL
N.C. 3:00 p.m.

March 31 BENNETT 9:00 a.m.

April 2 UNC PEMBROKE 3:00 p.m.

April 7 BENEDICT 1:00 p.m.

April 12 at District of Columbia 1:00 p.m.

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Women's Tennis Team
2001
Women's
Tennis Team

2001 WOMEN'S TENNIS ROSTER


Name Class Hometown
Ki .mi Forbes IK N.Y., INY/Covent of Mercy Aca.
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Kerri Lcgctte KK Columbia,SC Keenan


Crystal Kutlisill FR Shelby.NC Shelby
Rochelle Banks SO Sparta. NC/Alleghans

Ranala Strong SO York,SC/Comprehensive


Ndelea Nimama SO Atlanla.CA/Padea

Athletic Director Catherine Wright

Coach James Oscar Cuthncrtson, Jr.

SID Leonard Haynes IV

Scott McCall

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"*!S© JCSU Volleyball
Lady Golden Bulls
Head Coach: Mark Raley
Athletic Director: Dr. Catherine Wright
Sports Information Director: Leonard Haynes

Player

1 S FR NYEMA MATHIS
3 OH JR SHEEKA BLANCO
4 DS FR GEILLIAN RANKIN
5 DS SO AELISHA MARSH
6 MH FR SHAYLA MANIGUAH
7 MH FR CRYSTAL PERKINS
8 OH JR DANIELLE ADAMS
g S SO JOYA STUCKMAN
10 OH FR REGINA CHURCH
11 MH JR FELECIA BOST
12 HO SR MARQUISHA CLAYBURN

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Head Coach Barry Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Senior, Co-Captain
Street Serena King Diane Dunn and High Scorer
Marquisha Claybun

Lady Golden
Bulls

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NO. NAME
LADY BULLS ROSTER (10-7 overall 5-3 CIAA 1-3 Div.
POS. HT YR HOMETOWN
, Leaders of the New School
4 Blanche Doctor G/F 5-10 Jr. Goldsboro, NC
5 Letisha Crawford G/F 5-11 Sr. Martin, G A
10 Veronica Thomasot G 5-9 Fr. Fountain Inn, SC
1 Kristina Zemaity te G 5-7 Jr. Kaunas, Lithuania
14 Joi Sun-alt G 5-4 Fr. Charlotte, NC
20 Regina Church F 5-11 So. Virginia Beach, V A
21 Marqulsha Claybur G 5-7 Sr. Charlotte, NC
24 Alicia Lynn G
Co-Captain Letisha Crawford,
5-S Jr. Charlotte, NC
25 Cassandra Penn C 5-5 So. Winston-Salem, NC best known for speeding up the
33 Natasha Morgan F 6-2 Fr. Fountain Inn, SC court and love for the game.
34 Crystal Perkins C 6-3 Eden.NC
54 Kryital Wessoo C
So.
Always a team player.
6-1 Fr. Shelby, NC
55 Sharon Palmer C 6-2 Sr. Toronto, Canada

Number 4, Blanche Doctor,


known to pull through during
crunch time in a big game.

Senior Guard Sharon Palmer,


known to stay in the paint
and capture all rebounds.

SASKETBA
JCSU
Lady Golden
Bulls

Senior Marquisha Clayburn score


1000 points.

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Senior Stephen Joyner. Senior Guard Antonio
H/g h Sor r
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Plays position of Point Wade from Boiling Springs, 'T.J. Shingler.
Guard.

Golden
Bulls

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GOLDEN BULLS 2000-01 ROSTER (14-3 Overall, 8-1 CIAA, 4-1 Div.)

NAME
Lamont Dixon
POS
F
HT WT CL
6-7 250 SR
HOMETOWN
Buffalo, NY
& Bring Home the Trophy
Jabmad Woods F 6-4 210 JR Charlotte, M
Earl Foreman G 5-8 170 Jr. Philadelphia, PA
Stephen Joyner G 5-8 150 Sr. Charlotte,NC
Tyson Bates G 6-1 190 Jr. AshevUle, NC Head Coach Stephen Joyner,
Shams Greene G 6-1 185 So. Buffalo, NY graduate of Johnson C. Smith
Vernon Benjamin G 6-2 185 Fr. Rock Hill, SC Univeristy and Former "Golden
Antoine Sims G 5-10 175 Jr. Buffalo, NY Bull", and CIAA champion.
Wayne Hinton G 5-7 145 So. Charlotte, NC Congratulations Coach! We are
Robert Avery G 6-3 200 Jr. Statesville, NC
proud of you!
Antonio Wade F 6-7 225 Sr. Ladson, SC
Wiyle Petty G/F 6-5 200 Sr. Boiling Springs

Brandon Davis F 6-4 215 Jr. Duncanville, TX


Willie Martin F 6-6 215 Fr. Burgaw, NC
Lemans Sbingler F/C 6-7 220 Sr. Santee, SC Finally, Assistant Coach "Buck"
Jamaal Young F/C 6-7 225 Jr. Brooklyn, NY
k Joyner, graduate of
former '
Golden
JCSU and a
Bull." Interest-
ing Fact, his father works for
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rival college Livingstone College


in Salisbury, NC.

Assistant Coach Mark Sherill,


also a gradute of Johnson C.
Smith University and he too is a
former "Golden Bull." Congratu-
lations Coach!
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Miss Angela Yvette Beasly, a native of


Slime Mountian. Georgia, is the daughter of
Mr. & Mrs. Willie and Marilyn Beasly and the
sister of Erika Dean. Angela is a senior major-
ing in Elementary Education with a concentra-
tion in Mathematics. During her tenure here at

Johnson C. Smith University, she has held


many leadership positions which include
Chairperson of the Campus Ministry Program.
Coordinator for the Student Orientation
Leaders, President of the Student Christian
Association and President of Pi Delta Tau
Education Honors Society. Her honors
include. Alpha Kappa Mu Honor Society.
Deans List. Who's Who Among Students in
American Universities and Colleges, and she is

member of the Honors College. Her


also a
membership include. West Hunter Street
Baptist Church. Student of North Carolina
Association of Educators and Student Govern-
ment Association (Executive Board).
Angela is a sophisticated lady of the Gamma
Delta Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority.
Incorporated.
Upon graduation from Johnson C. Smith
University, Angela plans to attend graduate
school to obtain a masters degree in Educa-
tional Leadership. She aspires to one day
become an Elementary School Principal.

Angela enjoys spending quality lime with


her family and friends. She also has a strong

sense of pride in her university.


Miss lameika Dodger

First /\nendanT

Miss Tameika Jenel Badger is from


Oakland, California. She is the
first-born daughter of Ms.
Tammie A. Badger. Tameika is
double majoring in U.S. History
and Social Science. Tameika
has shown her love for and
dedication to her University

through her continued involve-


ment Her accomplishments
and activities include Dean's
List, UNCF scholarship recipi-
ent, JCSU Study Abroad Pro-
gram, Freshman Class Senator,
JCSU Debate Society, Miss
Sophomore Class, History Club,
SGA Vice President of Financial
Affairs and Vice President of the
Gamma Lambda Chapter of Delta
Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.

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Miss Nicole Thompson
Second Attendant

\ Her major is Business Administra-


\ tion with a concentration in Mar-
\ keting. Her activities include
\ her membership to Delta Sigma
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\ as a Resident Advisor, past

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H ety and Student Orientation

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Leader. She has received aca-

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National Dean's List of
America, Who's Who Among
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versities and a Duke Endow-
WSjm ment Scholarship recipient.

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The Next Generation Of Elegance
Campus Kings And Queens ^^

Mr. & Miss Senior Class


Mr. & Miss Junior Class
Ms. La-Asia Hundley
Ms. Danielle L. Kelly
Mr. Elryn Y. Reagor
Mr. Johnny Johnson Jr.

Mr. & Miss Sophomore Class Mr. & Miss Freshman Class
Ms. Chanika A. Mills Ms. Normandy E. Dawkins
Mr. Anthony R. Dennison Mr. Christoper E. Ford

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Miss Black and Gold Mr. & Miss Alpha Kappa Alpha Miss Omega Psi Phi
Ms. Danielle K. Lucas Ms. Jewel Preston Ms. Erin T.Moore
Escort: Mr. idrissa Gleton Mr. Alexander Duncan III
Escort: Mr. Milton Roy

Miss Delta Sigma Theta Miss Phi Beta Sigma Miss Zeta Phi Beta
Ms. Angela R. Johnson Ms. LaDawn A. Knighton Ms. Ambi R. Ladd
Escort: Mr. Albert Layton Escort: Mr. Henery King III Escort: Mr. Stephen Joyner

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Mr.& Miss Tau Beta Sigma Mr. & Miss Pan Hellenic Council Miss Berry Hall
Ms. Rhonda S. Bowden Ms. Marsha I. Clark Ms. Shadonna Jones
Mr. Kamil C. Cooper Mr. Andrew Lovett Jr. Escort: Mr. DuRon Blount

Miss Duke Hall Miss Greenfield Hall


Miss Carter Hall
Ms. Kenya Starks Ms. Shayla R. Manigault
Ms. Charles J. Tomlin
Escort: Mr. Justin Gilbert Escort: mr Rodriquiez A. Goodwin
Escort: Mr. Charles McKenzie

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Mr. & Miss Honors College Mr. & Miss Liston Hall Miss Myers Hall
Ms. Lauren M. Scott Ms. Crystal L. Rudisill Ms. Erica M. Fisher
Mr. Clinton F. Moore Mr. Marcus S. Scurry Escort: Mr. Kamal Faulk

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Mr. & Miss New Residence Hall Miss Sanders Hall Miss Smith Hall
Ms. Shayla R.Jackson Ms. Sarah Q. Bowden Ms. Erica Thomas
Mr. Ronald J. Brown III Escort: Mr. Chad Farrell Escort: Mr. Kenneth Nye

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Mr. & Miss Residence Advisor Miss Caribbean/lnt'n Assoc. Miss Criminal Justice
Ms. Sharlise Crump Ms. Mam' S. David Ms. Shana S. Cambell
Mr. Derek J. Epps Escort: Mr. Mike Dukes Escort: Mr. Raymond Wells

Activity Comm. Miss Ira B. Aldridge Players Mr. & Miss NAACP
Miss Golden Bull
Ms. Jina R. Meadows Ms. India L Harris
. Ms. Jessica C. Davis
Escort: Mr. Aaron White Mr. Anthony J. Wright
Escort: Mr. Eric J. Chapman II

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Mr. & Miss NABA Mr. & Miss NSBE Miss Peer Educator
Ms. Danielle S. Adams Ms. Tannille price Ms. Angelica S. Boyd
Mr. Galen T. Clifton Mr. james R. Johnson III Escort: Mr. Curtis Barnett

Mr. & Miss R. W. Johnson Gospel Choir Mr.& Miss Science Club Miss Sigma Tau Delta
Ms. Shereen A. Kanoy Ms. Shavon D. Daise Ms. Unique Morris
Mr. Terrence J. Ford Mr. Jaahidu A. Muhammad Escort: Garrick Jones

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Mr. & Miss Student Christian Assoc. Mr. & Miss SIFE Mr. & Miss SNCAE
Ms. Quandrian M. Bronner Ms. Shannon L. Berry Ms. Sequoya N. Pollard
Mr. Rashaun T. Haskell Mr. Manuel L. McGriff Mr. Sean T. Bunyan

Miss University Band Mr.& Miss University Choir Miss Varsity Cheerleader
Ms. Masaley L. Kargbo Ms. LaTeka A. Kegler Ms. Shannon J. Kemmer
Mr. James N. Tate III Escort: Mr. Derrick Johnson
Escort: Mr. Prim Shepard

1CSU
Coronation Practice 2000 :

The students worked very hard to make the coronation


of Miss Johnson C. Smith University a success. They
wanted their organizations to be showcased in the best
light. They practiced, memorized, and rehearsed until

they had the show just right. And on the night of the
show everything did not go as planned, things went wrong,
and people made mistakes. In the end the night was
wonderful, the event will be remembered, and will live for
it

ever in the heart of Angela Yvette Beasley, Miss JCSU 2000-2001


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Anwar and Nicole living it up during tl

"Blue and Gold" night.

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Ladies, are you ready? It is never as good
as the first time...

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Jennifer Tate, Miss Johnson C. Smith
University 2000 bid fair well to reign and
welcomes the new Miss JCSU, Angela
Beasley.

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Ms- Webb and Ms. Bowen take time out to enjoy the
festivities... Looking good ladies!

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Student Organizations
We go to classes to search for deeper
meanings, to see if we can understand
more fully our reason for coming to
college. Sometimes we ask ourselves,
surely there must be more to college
than textbooks?so we join a group in
WHICH WE CAN EXPRESS OURSELVES. An
ORGANIZATION IN WHICH WE CAN FIND
FULFILLMENT WHILE DOING THE THINGS WE
LIKE. AND EVEN THOUGH WE JOIN COUNTLESS

ORGANIZATIONS, WE DO NOT WANT TO CHANGE


THAT WHICH MAKES US DIFFERENT. AND WE
DON'T HAVE TO CHANGE. We CAN STILL BE
INDIVIDUALS IF WE WISH.

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Johnson C. Smith University
Concert Choir

Dionte Hope Tyrna Moore Andrew Lovett Oveta Deassasaur


Monica Simpson Mary Screen Charisma Rhymer Kendale Robinson
Eleana Jones Jermaine Blakey Tiffany Stone Angel Pratt
Kevin Brown Felicia Gadson-Shaw Louis Willingham Robin Philips
Lollitha Smalls Jakoya Grissett Tiffany Risper Louis Brown
Frederick Shirley Kevin Richardson Ronald Brown Jason Brown
Lateka Kegler Dominique Wilkins Charles Cotton Dorian Daniels
Dominique Goodman Joye Smith Erolyn Sweeney Micole Horton
James Tate Joanne Debrah Venita Randall Ona Rivens
Kendell Robinson Louis Willingham Keledi Anyancon Charles Cotton
Karima Davis Kenya Starks Charee Wright Johnathan Perry
Kerri legette Timberly Simmons Robert Johnson Jade Staton
John Wilson Viticus Thomas
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SWARM: Students With A Realistic Mission


The Swarm Agents Mission is to provide education and leardership as an effective method of
prevention, while promoting the development of self-worth and respect for others.

La Sir .hi Students In Free Enterprise


SIFE's mission is to create opportunities for students to strengthen their professional
by planning, implementing, and evaluating various
skills free enterprise projects on
campus and in the community.

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National Society of Black Engineers

LJ R. W. Johnson Gospel Choir t J^

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Mr. Manuel McGriff
President
Student Government Association 2000-2001

Dear Smithites,

It has been both a pleasure and privilege for me to serve as the president of your
Student Government Association for the 2000-01 school year. Not only am I pleased to
have held this position, but also I am ecstatic to be the first SCA president of the new
century. As my term comes
an endto would like to leave the following words of
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inspiration to those of you who have supported the efforts of the Student Government
Association. One must embark into society and make a magnanimous IMPACT. hope I

that this years SGA board has made an IMPACT on your college experience. An IMPACT
that will affect you through your time here at the university. Hopefully the IMPACT we
created has been an inspiration to help you reach an echelon of peace, happiness and
prosperity.

We should be so pleased to be students of this university, during its years of greatest


reputation and financial standing. As students we should continue to commemorate the
numerous accomplishments made. This year we were recog-
that our university has
nized as the first HBCU to implement a laptop initiative with IBM. We house the world's
largest bull in or new stadium, and continue to gain support for the renovation of our
universities oldest building. In short never forget your experiences here, contributions
and let the spirit of god be your source of strength as we press on to attain our goals.

Manuel L. McGriff

Student Government Association President 2000-01


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The 2000-2001
Student Government Executive Board

Manuel McGriif
Danielle Sanders
Talathia Joyner
Stephen Joyner
Elena Bates
Angela Bates

LD Lynetta Sides
Rodrissa Polite
Elryn Reagor
or
Nina-Michelle Hammond

JCSU (KS1)
Recognized Student
Organizations

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc


Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc
Black Ink Monks
Carter Hall Council
Communication Arts Club
Commuting For A Cause (CFAC)
Debate Society
Delta Psi Kappa (Health & Physical Education Honorary Society)
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.
Division of Lifelong Learning Council
Freshman Class Council
Golden Bull Activities Committee
Greenfield Hall Council
Health & Physical Education Majors Club
History Club
International Institution of Sound University Band
Junior Class Council
Myers Hall Council
National Association of Black Accountants, Inc
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)

ICSU
Recognized Student
Organizations

National Society of Black Engineers


New Residence Hall Council
Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc.

Pan Hellenic COuncil - JCSU Chapter


Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc.
Pre-Alumni Chapter
R.W. Johnson Gospel Choir
Sanders Hall Council
Senior Class Council
Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc.
Sophomore Class Council
Smith Hall Council
Student Christian Association
Student North Carolina Association of Educators
Students In Free Enterprise (S.I.F.E.)

Students With a Realistic Mission (S.W.A.R.M.)


Tau Beta Sigma National Honorary Band Sorority, Inc
Zeta Phi Beta Sigma Sorority, Inc.
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Tau Beta Chi Businees Honor Society,


Felcia Gadson, President

Student North Carolina or


Association of Educators

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Student Christian Association


The purpose of the Student Christian Association is to provide a spiritual home for the students on the
campus of Johnson C. Smith University

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Communications Club

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Honorary Band Sorority

New Residence Hall Council Qj


Travelyan Walker - President, Talathia Joyner - Treasurer,
Shayla Jackson - Miss New Residence Hall, India Harris - Secretary
*Latoya Peterson & Ronald Brown are no longer serving on the Hall Council
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Angela Harris, President

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JCSU Concert Choir
Have What It Takes?
Greek Life Smithnites Way
It is all about commitment

Andrew, we certainly have a good


thing going here!

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so well!

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Pan Hellene Council
From generation to generation the Greeks of Johnson
C. Smith University have maintained an aire of

unity that has endured for years. Greek life is made


up of multi-dimensional organizations whose in-

terests are far more than social. They engaged in

campus and community involvement as well as

providing scholarship to others in need. It is a bond

of loyalty, joy and sorrow that united brother to

brother and sister to sister. These shared feelings

form lasting friendships. At JCSU the greek tradi-

tion is one of uniqueness and integrity. It is through

growth and maintenance that makes JCSU Greek


life meaningful.

Mvfia Tfti Mvfia Mpha %apva Mvfia (Delta Sigma Iheati


The Pan-Hellenic Council serves as that body whose
function is to bring aobut harmony and unity among
Greek Letter Organizations at Johnson C. Smith Uni-
versity- This body is made up of students from each
of the eight greek letter organizations on our cam-
pus. Its executive board consists of one person from

each of these organizations and elected representa-


tives

from each Greek. The Pan-Hellenic Council estab-


lishes guidelines for intake activities and policies for
initiation of students involved in the process.

Kappa tAlphaTsi Sigma Qamma ^fio

,aPsiTfa ZetaTfd'Beta Tfti (Beta Sigma


Greek Life: A Step Above The Rest

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JCSU
Since its founding on December 4, Alpha Phi
1906,
Alpha and vision
Fraternity, Inc., has supplied voice
to the struggle of African-Americans and people of
color around the world.
Alpha Phi Alpha, the first intercollegiate Greek-
letter fraternity established for African-Americans,
was founded at Cornell University in Ithaca, New
York by seven college men who recognized the need
for a strong bond of Brotherhood among African
descendants in this country.
Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, ln<

Today, Alpha Phi Alpha continues its commitment to members of the Fraternity and the African-American com-
munity through Alpha University. Via Alpha University, the Fraternity has dedicated itself to fostering the spirit
of Brotherhood, training a new generation of leaders, building the technological capacity of members, bringing
consistency to the implementation of the Fraternity's national programs and ensuring that chapters have the
necessary preparation to implement fraternal initiatives and day-to-day operations.

Andrew Lovett, Chaplain/Editor of Spinx


Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc.

On Friday evening, November 17, 1911, three Howard


University undergrauate students, with the assistance of
their faculty advisor, gave birth to Omega Psi Phi Frater-

nity, Inc. This event occurred in the office of biology


professor Ernest E. Just, the faculty advisor, and three
liberal arts students were Edgar A. Love, Oscar J. Coo-

per, and Frank Coleman. The fraternity has emerged as


one of the prestigious Black fraternities in America.
Omega Psi Phi Fraternity. Inc., was the first greek letter

organization of national standing to be established on


Johnson C. Smith University's campus. On December 5.

192 1 . Rho Chapter was established and began a career on


the campus which has been rewarding to many local

Smithites.
Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc.

Sigma Gamma Rho was founded on November 12, 1922, on the


campus of Butler University in Indianapolis, Indiana. The
group became an incorporated national collegiate sorority on
December 30, 1929. Seven distinguished young teachers founded
Sigma Gamma Rho with the idealism that greater service re-
sulted in greater progress. Hence, the birth of a sisterhood
dedicated to African American brothers and sisters to help
its

provide the means that they may promote cultural awareness,


educational and health programs, and recreational activities.
Today, Sigma Gamma Rho has grown to over 72,000 members
with over 600 chapters in the US, Bermuda, Bahamas, and the
Virgin Islands. The Beta Upsilon Chapter of Sigma Gamma Rho
Sorority came to JCSu in c)55 and was the first sorority in the
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Pan-Hellenic Council.

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Walter Hall
President
Kamil Cooper
Vice-President
Travelyan Walker
2nd Vice President
Stephen Joyner
Treasurer
Antonio Wade
Secretary
Thomas Rivers III
Corresponding Secretary
Viticus Thomas
Chaplain
Evan Woodberry
Parliamentarian
Ronald Brown
Social Action Chair
Kevin Richardson
Education Chair
Issac Houston
Bigger and Better Business Chai
Henry King III
Mr. Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity,
Inc.
Manuel McGriff
Intake coordinator
Mr. Hugh Scott- Adviser

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Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity

On January 9, 1914 under the blue skies,


white stars and cresent moons of Washington,
D.C. three young black men at Howard univer-
sity created what would later be known as the
"One and Only True Brotherhood" Phi Beta
Sigma Fraternity, Incorporated. The first frater-
nity recognized at Howard University, Phi Beta
Sigma is an organization that believes in the
"exclusive we" rather than the "inclusive we."
Founded on the ideals of brotherhood, schol-
arship, and service has truly experienced "A
it

Proud Past and looks forward to Progrssive


Future."

The infamous Alpha Epsilon chapter


founded October 27, 1927 at Johnson C.
Smith University can honorably say, "We have

pn upheld the principles and ideals of our Na-


tional Constitution." We firmly believe in and
stress continually upholding our motto "Culture
for Service and Service for Humanity."

Thirteen Strong
Our Cause Speeds on its Way

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Alpha Kappa Alpha is the oldest Greek letter organization


established in America by Black college women. The record
of its origin, growth and development, activities, evolving
goals, and accomplishments is more than an interesting
fHtM
chronicle of a colored bit of college-based Americans.

It is. rather a siginificant and inspiring reflection of the


emergence of a dynamic group inchanging culture. The
efforts ofAlpha Kappa Alpha women in the promotion of Danielle Lueas. Basileus: Teri Thompson. Anti-Basileus; Migel hudson. Gammateus: Kokia Tari, An
high scholarship, vocational, and career guidance health ,
Grammateus; Cortina Brewton. Pecunious Grammateus: Toneisa Sims. Tamiouchos; Maru David,
services, the advancement of human and civil rights, and Epistoleus; Chaunita Parks, Parliamentarian; Jewel Preston. Hodgeus; Syeetah Hampton-El. Ivy jj
in so many other areas constitute a priceless part of the Reporter, Jamea Edwards. l\y Leal Reporter: Kachina Fleet. Membership Intake Chair.
American experience in the twentieth century.

Alpha Kappa Alpha roots date back to Howard University,


Washington, DC, where the ideas for information was
conceived by Ethel Hedgemen Lyle of St. Louis, Missouri.
She was viewed by the Sorority as an instrument for
enriching the social and intellectual aspects of college life
by providing mental stimulation through interaction with
freinds and associates.

Through the years, however. Alpha Kappa Alpha's


function has become more complex. After her incorpora-
tion as a perpetual body in 1913, Alpha Kappa Alpha
gradually branched out and became the channel through
which selected college trained women improved the
social and economic conditions in their city, state, nation
and the world.

Today, that tradition has continued internationally,


nationally and locally. Alpha Kappa Alpha cultivates and
encourages high scholastic and ethical standards;
promotes unity and friendship among college women;
alleviates problems concerning girls and women;
maintains a progressive interest in college life; and
serves all mankind through a nucleus of more than
170,000 women in over 900 chapters.
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Cortina Brewton

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Maru' S. David
Kachina Fleet
Crystal
Jamea Edwards
Syeetah A. Hampton-El
Miquel V. Hudson Talathia Joyner
Danielle K. Lucas Traniece McKinight

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\ ^^ i>rf«$V Jewel Preston Alicia T. Price
Danielle Sanders Elizabeth R. Shambereger
Monica Simpson Tonessia C. Sims
Kokia Tarik Teri Thompson
Keena Williams
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Intelligence is the
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. was founded January 13, 1913, by 22 extraordinary
women on the campus of Howard University in Washington, D.C. The main objective
of the sorority is to establish and maintain a high standard of morality and scholarship
among women. Gamma Lambda was chartered on November 23, 1943, it was the firs

Greek sorority established on the campus of Johnson C. Smith University. Today


Gamma Lambda strives to fulfill the ideals and goals that were put into place by the
eleven remarkable chapter members. The sorority continues to provide comunity
service activities as well as on campus workshops including Girls Chats, Blood and
Bone Marrow Walk West for
Drives, Breast Cancer Workshops, Habitat for Humanity,
Wellness. Criminal Justice Workshops, The Importance of Voting Museum. Big Sister
Little Sister Mentor Program, Breast Cancer Walk and a host of other activities.

Gamma Lambda has successfully made the transition into the new millennium with
young ladies who live the ideals that our wonderful sorority was founded upon. We ar
proud to serve the Johnson C. Smith Community through continuous "Scholar-
ship, Service and Sisterhood!"

Gamma Lambda Chapter

President: Christie Blackmon


Viee President: Tameika Badger
Recording Secretary: Kirnberly Knight
Corresponding Secretary: Aisha Foster
Treasurer: La -Asia Hundley
Financial Secretary: Elena Bates
Chaplain: Lateka Kegler
Sargeant-At-Arms: Elva Lynch
Parliamentarian: Danielle Adams
Historian: Vanessa Speight
Miss DST: Angela Johnson
Pan-Hellenic Representive: Shakanda Beaver
Custodian: Jaci Whitten
Keeper of Muses and Graces: Erolyn Sweeney
Computer Manager: Monique Humphries
.

Torch of Wisdom

Like Violets, Deltas must be individullly selected


You cannot grab a handful without damaging some of them.
They cannot be roughly picked or picked in a hurry.

Like Violets, Deltas are not the kind of flower that


Shows off its fullest beauty standing alone, but is

Naturally gregarious and looks best in natural clusters.

However, Like Violets, the Delta can stand alone and


Still reflect beauty.

"The Devastating Divas of


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Delta Sigma Theta Sorority,Inc

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President Vice President Secretary Ass't Secretary
Shannon Duckett Tatisha West Leia James Verna Buckley

Treasurer
Naomi Seeley

Historian Chaplain General Member


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fieta Phi Beta- Sowuttp wad jpunded on^anuan^ 16, } 920, tup iue
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women on the campud, o^
nowaw, wuumditq,. 9t wad- the idea oj- tnede jjCuwdenA that the dowwLf, would neack colteae

women in ail pantd oj- the count/uf, who- wene donotitu--minded and dedJAed to tollow me idead,
and oojectiued, oj jfinen, womanhood, dcnola/idnip, d&urice, and dtiteAlu- toue an wJuch ^eta Phi
Beta Sowirfu- mad- jjOunded. $eia Phi Beta wad the pAdt Qneeh letter colteae dowritif to onaa-

niye in /Ipuca. Mone than 250 undenaAaduate and anaduate cnapteftA- one divided into nine
neaiond- in the Wmted Stated- and Africa. *7he Kappa, Ghapten- o^^eta Phi Beta Sowutwjnc.
wad- edtakUihed on the campMA, ojjjonndon Q. £mith fymuen&ittf on ftlovemken, 26, f9^6

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Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity was established on January 5,
1911 on the campus of Indiana University by ten enterpris-
ing Black men led by Elder Watson Diggs. Kappa Alpha
Psi has chapters all over the world, including Germany,
the Bahamas and South Korea. Kappa Alpha Psi was is the

third fraternal group to come to JCSU's campus. Thi


fhe
Alpha Epsilon chapter was established on December •rlO,
1927. The Kappas made a spectular and glamorous us

KjVF appearnace throught the famed Kappa dawn dance


)ther featured attractions.

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pha Epsilon Chapter
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search is increasing on
our campus, the empha-

sis of providing the best

possible instructional

environment for the


students are a primary

concern for the Presi-

dent as well as the fac-

ulty and staff. The evi-

dence of success is

found in the classrooms


where talented and
dedicated faculty gives

each and every student

the personal attention

and guidance he or she


deserves.

"We focus on a technologi-


cally-enhanced learning ex-
perience here at Smith..."
Smith is the first ana only hljUJ to become an II3M I hink Pad University

Academics
Planning the Next Move

The International studies


program takes you out into
the world to explore other
cultures and lands. It af-
fords you the opportunity
to gain understanding and
knowledge through inter-
disciplinary courses, ex-
change program and travel.

JCSU
Dr. Felicia Harris, Director of the Testing
Center, assisted Career Services with reg-
istration during its Graduate School Fair.
This is one of the many sponsored event
offered each year to encourage students
mainly seniors to think about there fu-
Esoso Ejoma is a junior from South Africa ture and career decision making.

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i^ i otteka lohnson
the Student Support
whii h is
is a senior from Nassau Bahamas. She
Sen ices Hereshe is doing what she does best,
making others face the challenges ol making the grade.
is Tutor for

JCSU
Thinking of Graduate or Medical School!
The advantages of attending The opportunity to meet
Our very own,
a graduate school fair are other faculty and staff who
Is. Limia Bowen, numerous. The opportunity are working here at univer-
to meet one on one with the sity and have graduated
RHCfor Duke representative of your choice from or attending one of the
is available. Representatives visiting university or college
fall, represented
discussed the application like Ms. Bowen
at Winthrop

'inthrop Univer- process, financial resources, Unversity. The opportunity


and program of study to to enhance your network
ity at the gradu- you, and even schedule a skills is also available.

ate school fair. campus visit.

JCSU
Academics 101

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Recognizes these

people

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Hardest working

Smithites

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Mexico
luictad 4e Mexico

Serlena standing in front of the floating


gardens

Fenille posing for the camera behind his


tone mexico

JCSU
Charez and Christie blessing a letter
opener

Zakiya posing with a donkey drinking


.Ja beer.

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MslaijJoyce Crisp,

Have you ever been walking around campus and hear a little woman
say, "hi honey! or how are you doing sugar?"

Iqyce Crisp might be small in statue but she has a big heart. She is

definitely a woman of her word and gets the job done. She can do
anything, from getting a room to getting you told when you are in

the wrong. Ms. Crisp always has the best interest of the students

and the people she is working with at heart. In her eyes, the
students always come first.

Ms. Crisp has been in the Student Union Building ever since it

opening in 1965. She is the only person that I know that can tell

you the ins and outs of this building. She will always put her best
foot forward to help you accomplish what you want no matter where
the place is located.

loyce Crisp is a woman that is of her word, and full of indepen-


dence to share with all. For all of your love, support, encourage-
ment, and just all of your straight forwardness, we say Thankyou
for your 30 + years.
Faculty 8r Staff
Dr. Magdy Atria
Director, Technology center
Karen Butler
Ass't Proissor of Health Ed.
Deidre Day
Certified Nunc Assistant
Patrick Day
Ass'l Vice President for Student Affairs
Peter Hall
Duke Distinguished Professor ty Physics

Dr. John Jones


Director of Institutional Planning,
Assessment, Effectiveness & Research
SerenaKing
Ass't Women's Basketball Coaixh
Gloria Lockhart
/ neused Practical Nurse
Harriet Gentry-Love
Director of Health Services
Constance Green
Associate Dean of Students

Helen Holbert
Circulation Assistant
Doris Hunter
Sa retary
Bessie Ledbetter
Assistant Professor of English
Warren Lesane
Ehaplain/Ass'i Professor of Religion
Rasheda McMullin
/ >m\-lor of Alumni i Affairs

Terry McPherson
Director of Residence Life
Wanda Middletpn
Residence Hall Coordinator

Varsry Muhammad
Assistant Director of Residence I ife

Brenda Murray
Administrate Assistant
[ulian Newman
Custodian

Jarmaine Nichols
Monika Rhue
in fii'pi ,'/ ibrary Vet fini ion
James Saunders
Program I 'ordinator/i .elf Coach

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JCSU Cares!

Judy Jordan
Sergeant
HughScott
Resident? Hall Coordinator
Melanie Shipp
Administrative Assistant
Lenwood Simmons
Accounts Payable Coordinator^
Jeffery Smith
Director of Admissions

Terrance Stewart
Telecommunications Coordinator
Sherrv Walker
director of Student Activities'^
Kay Watts
Switchboard Operator
Tiffany Webb
Residemc Hall Coordinator .

Brenda Williams

Jenna Duncan
Retha Hall
Gloria Russell
Acquisitions Assistant
David Cook
Toyarna Wall
Admissions Counselor

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Ms. Cynthia Anderson
Dr. Marianne B. Davis
Dr. Peggy Duncan
Dr. Felicia L. Harris
Mr. Myles M. Lawhorn
Mr. Charles H. Rankin
Ms. Shena Stadford
Ms. Doris Bowman
Mr. Kevin Cooke
Mr. Caroline Elimimian
Mr. Scott A. McCall
Mr. Doris L. Redfearn
Ms. Karen Wallace
Dr. John N. Adeyeye
Dr. Carole Drew
&Dr. Magdy F. Attia
Dr. Jeffrey Ford

Dr. Thomas Collins

Mr. Joseph T. Majors


Dr. Percial M. Thomas

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Dank ot America Par Excellence

leaching Award

Up. Uennis LJgirri

Associate Professor ot Political Ocience

Uirector ot Atrican American lx African otudies Program


Monors College v^ore raculfij
A oerqeant I nomas Koddeij

Lonnie I. Papkep Uistin-

quished Award

Vepmelle McManus

Oapa olewart Uislinquisned


Oepvice Award

Lyhiet (j7UL( Martin

Mosgs S. Belton Distin-

quisncd Oepvice Awapd

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Each year the Office of Residence Life as well as others take time out to re-evaulate ways in which they too can
easy the transition of students from saying goodbye to mom and dad to starting a life for him or her self.

The Office of Residence Life believes that food and shelter is only one end of the continuum, which forms the
rational for University housing. The other, and most important, factor involves the education of those housed.

Karen Wallace, Program Assistant,


shared with the staff the importance
of completing forms.
Kpefp
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Staff intoing
it is largely through the latter functions that Residence Life has the opportunity to supplement and support the
overall mission of the University. We believe that life in the residence halls should aid the positive development of
hose who reside there and should figure actively in the production of academically and culturally wholeness
rather than fragmented individuals.

During a fun and relaxed time,


Mrs. Muhammad, the Assistant
Director and Mr. Addison, RHC
entertained the othersby rapping
to Heavy D & The Boys.

Limia Bowen, Tiffany Webb And Hugh Scott impersonate Ike and Tina Turner's
"What's Love Got to Do With It."

JCSU
Caribbean
International fest
Caribbean/International Student Association

The Caribbean/International student As-


sociationis comprised of students from the

United States Virgin Islands (St. Croix, St.


Thomas & St. John), Guyana, South Africa,
Exchange students from Maracco, Ireland,
Australia, Japan, and students of Carib-
bean/International decendants.
Resident Advisors Fall
Training
Well, once again I'm thank-

ing the student body for

giving the Yearbook Staff

and myself a chance to

capture history. This year

we have overcome great

obstacles to put an exciting

and captivating yearbook

together. This 2001 book

was made possible due to

the HARD WORK of the

advisor Mrs. Varsty

Muhammad. I must say

that in the past we the staff

put in long hours, but this

year it was her. She insured

that we completed the book So. instead ofmy letter to the students to say thank you, this is really for
Mrs. Muhammad. Thank you and the
for believing in the staff, the editors
and worked within our students. Also, thank you for putting in LONG HOURS to complete a year-
deadlines and means to book which reflects our 2000-2001 school year. This is my last year work
ing with you, thank you for making it my best year.
maintain the standards set

forth in previous years. Speical Thanks to Elaine Jones, Duron Blount, Leonard Haynes and others
who also assisted in pulling it all together to capture "The Next Generatioi
of Excellence."

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SABRINA ADAIR • DANIELLE ADAMS • LINDA ADAMS • ANTHONY
ALBURY • MONIQUE ANDERSON • BRYAN ANGRY • JACARADA BANKS •
DERRICK BARR • ELENA BATES • ANGELA BEASLEY • KEISHA BELTON •
KEONTA BEST • VERONICA BEST • KISHA BIBB • JOHN BLAKE • ADRIAN BOWERS •
TANISHA BREWER • CORTINA BREWTON • STEPHANIE BROADNAX • QUANDRIAN BRONNER
• FELICIA BROOKS-GADSON • MONET BROWN • QUENTARUS BROWN • SAKENAH BROWN •
JAMILA BUNCH • WALLY BURGESS • NKENGE BURKE • KARL BUTLER, JR. • SHANA CAMPBELL • TRACEY
CAPBELL • OSHANDA CANTEEN • AKEISAH CARRAWAY • CHERA CHARLTON • ALANNA CLARK • DIANNE
CLARK • MARSHA CLARK • RASHANDA CLARK • ROSHONNA CLARK • MARQUISHA CLAYBURN • BRADFORT CLINTON
• SHALA COLEMAN • TERYCK COLES • CORY COLLINS • TRINNETTE COOPER • JENNIFER CROCKETT • FARRAH CYPRIEN
• SHAOUINA DANDRIDGE • OVETA DESAUSSURE • ROBERT DUNCAN • MICHAEL DUNN • CASSANDRA DURHAM • TOBY
DURHAM • CARITA EVANS • JARIAN EWING • KELLY FIELDS • KAHLIL FLETCHER • CHRISTINA FLOYD • KERRIANN FORBES
|
CHERONDA FORD • DMORO FOSTER • GERCHELLE FOX • AIESHA GAITHER <

NIKIA GAITHER • BATHSHEBA GAITHER- BRADLEY • DAMAN GALLOWAY • TONIA


GATHERS • JOVITA GEAH • IDRISSA GLEATON • SAMUEL GLOVER • TYRONE
GOODWIN • ANITRA GOSHEA • ERAN GREEN • MARILYN GREEN • OMARI
GREENE • CORESA GRIFFIN • DARIUS GRIFFINII • MARVIN GUINYARD • NINA-
MICHELLE HAMMOND • GILDA HAMMONDS • SYEETAH HAMPTON •
JESSTINA HARRELL • INDIA HARRIS • KASEY HARRIS • WILLIAM HARRIS IV •
ANDRONE HATCHETT • CONNETTA HICKS • AKOSHA HINKSON • BRANDEE
HOLLINGSWORTH • JOSEPH HOLLINGTON • MCLYNN HOWARD •
MIQEL HUDSON • EFUNYEMI HUGHES • LA-ASIA HUNDLEY • STACY HUNT •
KATONYA JACKSON • ERIN JAMES • MARQUETA JAMES • CHASITY JENRETTE
• COTTEKA JOHNSON • JAWANZA JOHNSON • SHAWNITA JOHNSON •
TENISE JOHNSON • TIFFANY JOHNSON • COREY JONES • JAMEL JONES •
STEPHEN JOYNER, JR • SHANNON KEMMER • MIYOSHI LAWRENCE •
ALBERT LAYTON • SHIRLEY LOCKHART • ANDREW LOVETT • BERNARD MACK •
KEITRA MANIGAULT • CRAIG MARTIN • TAWANDA MARTIN • JOEY MAY •
MANUEL MCGRIFF • CATHY MCILWAIN • HAFID MCINTYRE • SHAWNTAE MOORE
• TRYNA MOORE • INDIA MURPHY • KELVIN MURRAY • KEMUEL MURRAY •
DONETTE NEDD • ERNEST NESMITH • OMAR PARKES • SHELLEY PATTERSON
• PORTIA PETTAWAY • TIFFANY PETTIS • WIYLE PETTY • RASHAD PHILLIPS •
SHAWANDA PITTMAN • EBONY PITTS • GWENDOLYN PLUMMER • RODRISSA
POLITE • SEQUOYA POLLARD • KEITH PULLEN • JOSEPH PURVIS • TIKIYA
RASCOE • ELRYN REAGOR • JUANITA REED • CARLISHA RICHARDSON •
SHERITA ROGERS • CASSANDRA ROSCOE • MILTON -ROY • NICHOLE
SAMUELS • DANIELLE SANDERS • DAMON SAUNDERS • MARK SAUNDERS
• LEMANS SHINGLER • LYNNETTA SIDES • CALVIN SIMMONS • TAUHEEDAH
SIMMONS • TIMBERLY SIMMONS • AINA SLAYTON • NELDA SMITH • YVONNE
SMITH • VANESSA SPEIGHT • SYLVIA SPILLER • TIFFANY STALLWORTH • MIA
STEPHENSON • SHAMEKA STEVENS • SYRETTA SUMMERS • TARIK SYKES •
KOKIA TARIK • APRIL TATE • DANA THOMPSON • NICOLE THOMPSON •
TERI THOMPSON • TONIA THOMPSON • GENEVA THORNTON • TEMEKIATONEY
• CHRISTAL TOODLE • CINQUE TROUTMAN • ANTONIO WADE • TAMIKIA
WARREN • JOSEPH WASHINGTON • SHANTE WASHINGTON • KIMBERLY
WEDDINGTON • TATISHA WEST • ROBERT WITAKER, JR. • ANWAR WHITE
• DYLAN WHITEHEAD • DEVORA WOODEN • KEILA WRIGHT • MASEKELA
WYKE • SABRINA ADAIR • DANIELLE ADAMS • LINDA ADAMS • ANTHONY
ALBURY • MONIQUE ANDERSON • BRYAN ANGRY • JACARADA BANKS •
DERRICK BARR • ELENA BATES • ANGELA BEASLEY • KEISHA BELTON •
KEONTA BEST • VERONICA BEST • KISHA BIBB • JOHN BLAKE • ADRIAN
BOWERS • TANISHA BREWER • CORTINA BREWTON • STEPHANIE BROADNAX •
QUANDRIAN BRONNER • FELICIA BROOKS-GADSON • MONET BROWN •
QUENTARUS BROWN • SAKENAH BROWN • JAMILA BUNCH • WALLY
BURGESS • NKENGE BURKE • KARL BUTLER, JR. • SHANA CAMPBELL •
TRACEY CAPBELL • OSHANDA CANTEEN • AKEISAH CARRAWAY •
CHERA CHARLTON • ALANNA CLARK • DIANNE CLARK • MARSHA CLARK •
RASHANDA CLARK • ROSHONNA CLARK • MARQUISHA CLAYBURN • BRADFORT
CLINTON • SHALA COLEMAN • TERYCK COLES • CORY COLLINS • TRINNETTE
COOPER JENNIFER CROCKETT FARRAH CYPRIEN SHAQUINA DANDRIDGE • OVETA DESAUSSURE • ROBERT
• • •
DUNCAN • MICHAEL DUNN • CASSANDRA DURHAM • TOBY DURHAM • CARITA EVANS • JARIAN EWING • KELLY FIELDS
• KAHLIL FLETCHER • CHRISTINA FLOYD • KERRIANN FORBES • CHERONDA FORD • DMORO FOSTER • GERCHELLE FOX
• AIESHA GAITHER • NIKIA GAITHER • BATHSHEBA GAITHER-BRADLEY • DAMAN GALLOWAY • TONIA GATHERS • JOVITA
GEAH • IDRISSA GLEATON • SAMUEL GLOVER • TYRONE GOODWIN • ANITRA GOSHEA • ERAN GREEN • MARILYN
GREEN • OMARI GREENE • CORESA GRIFFIN • DARIUS GRIFFIN • MARVIN GUINYARD • NINA-MICHELLE
II

HAMMOND • GILDA HAMMONDS • SYEETAH HAMPTON • JESSTINA HARRELL • INDIA HARRIS •


KASEY HARRIS • WILLIAM HARRIS IV • ANDRONE HATCHETT • CONNETTA HICKS • A'KOSHA
HINKSON • BRANDEE HOLLINGSWORTH • JOSEPH HOLLINGTON • MCLYNN HOWARD
• MIQEL HUDSON • EFUNYEMI HUGHES • LA-ASIA HUNDLEY • STACY HUNT •
KATONYA JACKSON • ERIN JAMES • MARQUETA JAMES • CHASITY
JENRETTE • COTTEKA JOHNSON • JAWANZA JOHNSON • SHAWNITA
JOHNSON • TENISE JOHNSON • TIFFANY
JOHNSON • COREY JONES • JAMEL JONES •
STEPHEN JOYNER, JR • SHANNON KEMMER •
MIYOSHI LAWRENCE • ALBERT LAYTON • SHIRLEY
LOCKHART • ANDREW LOVETT • BERNARD MACK • KEITRA
MANIGAULT • CRAIG MARTIN • TAWANDA MARTIN • JOEY MAY
• MANUEL MCGRIFF • CATHY MCILWAIN • HAFID MCINTYRE •
SHAWNTAE MOORE • TRYNA MOORE • INDIA MURPHY • KELVIN
MURRAY • KEMUEL MURRAY • DONETTE NEDD • ERNEST NESMITH
• OMAR PARKES • SHELLEY PATTERSON • PORTIA PETTAWAY •
TIFFANY PETTIS • WIYLE PETTY • RASHAD PHILLIPS • SHAWANDA
PITTMAN • EBONY PITTS • GWENDOLYN PLUMMER • RODRISSA
POLITE • SEQUOYA POLLARD • KEITH
PULLEN • JOSEPH PURVIS • TIKIYA
RASCOE • ELRYN REAGOR • JUANITA
REED • CARLISHA RICHARDSON • SHERITA
ROGERS • CASSANDRA ROSCOE • MILTON
ROY • NICHOLE SAMUELS • DANIELLE
SANDERS • DAMON SAUNDERS • MARK
SAUNDERS • LEMANS SHINGLER •
LYNNETTA SIDES • CALVIN SIMMONS •
TAUHEEDAH SIMMONS • TIMBERLY
SIMMONS • AINA SLAYTON • NELDA SMITH
• YVONNE SMITH • VANESSA SPEIGHT •
SYLVIA SPILLER • TIFFANY STALLWORTH
• MIA STEPHENSON • SHAMEKA STEVENS
• SYRETTA SUMMERS • TARIK SYKES •
KOKIA TARIK • APRIL TATE • DANA
THOMPSON • NICOLE THOMPSON • TERI
THOMPSON • TONIA THOMPSON •

GENEVA THORNTON • TEMEKIA TONEY •


CHRISTAL TOODLE • CINQUE TROUTMAN
• ANTONIO WADE • TAMIKIA WARREN •

JOSEPH WASHINGTON • SHANTE


WASHINGTON • KIMBERLY WEDDINGTON
• TATISHA WEST • ROBERT WITAKER, JR.
• ANWAR WHITE • DYLAN WHITEHEAD •
DEVORA WOODEN • KEILA WRIGHT •
MASEKELA WYKE • SABRINA ADAIR •
DANIELLE ADAMS • LINDA ADAMS •
ANTHONY ALBURY • MONIQUE ANDERSON
JACARADA BANKS •
• BRYAN ANGRY •

DERRICK BARR • ELENA BATES • ANGELA


BEASLEY • KEISHA BELTON • KEONTA
BEST • VERONICA BEST • KISHA BIBB •
JOHN BLAKE~ • ADRIAN BOWERS •
TANISHA BREWER • CORTINA BREWTON
• STEPHANIE BROADNAX • QUANDRIAN
BRONNER • FELICIA BROOKS-GADSON •
MONET BROWN • OUENTARUS BROWN •
SAKENAH BROWN • JAMILA BUNCH •
WALLY BURGESS • NKENGE BURKE •
KARL BUTLER, JR. • SHANA CAMPBELL •
TRACEY CAPBELL • OSHANDA CANTEEN
• AKEISAH CARRAWAY • CHERA
CHARLTON • ALANNA CLARK • DIANNE
CLARK • MARSHA CLARK • RASHANDA
CLARK • ROSHONNA CLARK • MARQUISHA
CLAYBURN • BRADFORT CLINTON • SHALA
COLEMAN • TERYCK COLES • CORY
COLLINS • TRINNETTE COOPER JENNIFER CROCKETT • FARRAH CYPRIEN • SHAQUINA DANDRIDGE • OVETA

DESAUSSURE • ROBERT DUNCAN • MICHAEL DUNN • CASSANDRA DURHAM • TOBY DURHAM • CARITA EVANS • JARIAN
EWING • KELLY FIELDS • KAHLIL FLETCHER • CHRISTINA FLOYD • KERRIANN FORBES • CHERONDA FORD • DMORO
FOSTER • GERCHELLE FOX • AIESHA GAITHER • NIKIA GAITHER • BATHSHEBA GAITHER-BRADLEY • DAMAN GALLOWAY
• TONIA GATHERS • JOVITA GEAH • IDRISSA GLEATON • SAMUEL GLOVER • TYRONE GOODWIN • ANITRA GOSHEA •
ERAN GREEN • MARILYN GREEN • OMARI GREENE • CORESA GRIFFIN • DARIUS GRIFFIN • MARVIN GUINYARD • NINA-
II

MICHELLE HAMMOND • GILDA HAMMONDS • SYEETAH HAMPTON • JESSTINA HARRELL • INDIA HARRIS • KASEY HARRIS
• WILLIAM HARRIS IV • ANDRONE HATCHETT • CONNETTA HICKS • A'KOSHA HINKSON • BRANDEE HOLLINGSWORTH
• JOSEPH HOLLINGTON • MCLYNN HOWARD • MIQEL HUDSON • EFUNYEMI HUGHES • LA-ASIA HUNDLEY • STACY HUNT
• KATONYA JACKSON • ERIN JAMES • MARQUETA JAMES • CHASITY JENRETTE • COTTEKA JOHNSON • JAWANZA
JOHNSON • SHAWNITA JOHNSON • TENISE JOHNSON • TIFFANY JOHNSON • COREY JONES • JAMEL JONES • STEPHEN