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High Point University 

833 Montileu Avenue 
High Point, North Carolina 

27262 
volume 77 



WIGH POINT UNIVERSITY 

SMITH LIBRARY 

UNIVERSITY STATION, MONTLIEU AVE. 

HIGH POINT, NC 27262-3598 



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Creating a 
community for 

2001. 



What is it that binds High Point 
University as a community? 



"Our search for direction as we leave home, 
enter a new environment, and seek to find 
c:)urselves." 

Tim HiKsctt, Big Man 
on Campus 2000 

"Our sense of pride for our school. We are 
such a small schocil that we know each 
other more personally and recognize the 
familiar faces." 

Mandy Hcdgccock 



"The Campus activities give pec^ple a 
chance to interact with others whom they 
don' t normallv see because of their major." 



Misti/ Dills 




You, the Class of 2001, are a very special class. You 
came to High Point eager, enthusiastic and willing to gain 
knowledge, which in turn you absorbed and used to nour- 
ish your minds. We, the faculty and staff, are so proud of 
you and all students High Point University. 

During your years as a student here, you have seen 
many changes - academic and curriculum changes (We have 
been consistently ranked among the top tier of regional 
liberal arts colleges.), athletic changes (a full-fledged Divi- 
sion I program), changes in our lovely chapel building, a 
completely updated and expanded science building, a new 
residence hall and the groundbreaking for a beautiful new 
fine arts building. You have been a part of all of this, and on 
behalf of the University family, I thank you for you gener- 
ous and cooperative spirit. 

You will soon face new challenges. It will not be 
easy to leave the University, but you will be prepared, and 
if we wanted life to be easy we should have been born in a 
different universe. We are optimistic about your future 
because we know you and believe in you. Please remember 
that with the help of the Almightly, all things are possible. 
We will continue to watch your future with the greatest of 
interest. 



Best personal regards. 



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I thank yon 

for your 

generous 

and 

cooperative 

spirit. 





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Table of Contents 

Student Life 6 

People 30 

Sports 86 

Greeks 114 

Organizations 136 




HIGH POINT UNIVERSITY: 
A PROFILE 

High Point Uni\'ersity, founded in 1924, currently 
enrolls nearly 3,000 students in day, evening, and 
graduate programs. For six consecutive years, US 
NEWS & WORLD REPORT has ranked High Point 
Uni\'ersity among the top tier of regional liberal 
arts colleges; and in 2000, High Point was ranked 
Number One among regional liberal arts colleges 
in North Carolina. In addition, on three occasions, 
US NEWS AND WORLD REPORT has ranked 
High Point among the 20 most efficient senior 
colleges and uni\ersities in the nation because it 
has achie\'ed quality while keeping costs low. In 
1999, High Point Uni\'ersity was one of 100 senior 
colleges and uni\'ersities in the United States se- 
lected for listing on The Templeton Honor Roll of 
Colleges that encourage Character-De\-elopment; 
in 1997, the University received the National Stu- 
dent Retention Award; and in 1996, the Peterson's 
publication Smart Parents Guide to College lauded 
the Uni\'ersitv's efforts to inculcate values and to 
encourage graduation. 

Currently, two thirds of the entering freshmen 
come from states other than North Carolina; one- 
third, from more than 500 miles away, including 
nearly 1 50 students who come from countries other 
than the United States. Such diversity makes the 
campus a microcosm of the world— an ideal place 
for learning to live and work in the global society 
of the 21st century. 

The Uni\'ersity is clearly a university on the move. 
Since 1985, enrollment has more than doubled; the 
University has generated more than $41 million in 
gifts and grants; the endowment has grown from 
$8.7 million to $44.3 million; the number of faculty 
has more than doubled; the percentage of faculty 
with terminal degrees has grown from 56% to 78%; 
and enrollment in the honors program has grown 
from 32 students to 156 students. Also, the Univer- 
sity has committed $58 million to construction and 
renovation, including $28 million for projected 
construction— $15 million for the proposed Charles 
E. and Pauline Lewis Hayworth Eine Arts Center; 
$3 million for the proposed Norton Center for 
International Home Eurnishings, and $10 million 
for renovations to the University's outdoor ath- 
letic facilities. Also, during this period, the Uni\'er- 
sity has mo\'ed from N AIA, to NC A A-II, to NC AA- 
I. The Uni\'ersity sponsors numerous honor societ- 
ies and over 40 clubs and organizations, including 
four national fraternities and four national sorori- 
ties. More significantly. University students record 
more than 25,000 hours of community serxice an- 
nually. 



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TUDENT LIFE 





A Week of Fun Among the Colors of Autumn 



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ALL INVASION 



SAB brought to campus the speed and crashes of racing through 
virtual NASCAR. This thrilUng, hold-on-to-your seat activity was the 
first of many during Fall Invasion. Fun Flicks combined students' best 
dance moves with their favorite songs to create an MTV-style music 
video. Sponsored by SAB, this was free to anyone outgoing enough to 
show off their skills. 





The miracles of modern tech- 
nology put students in the 
spotlight. 

Kendria, Ebonv, and Brandy 
rock the house with their \ideo. 




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Not all the \-idoes were MTV 
st\ie. Some students made 
mini-mo\'ies, complete with 
costumes. 



Students gather around the 
NASCAR simulator to take 
their turn at the wheel. 





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Al Ducharme entertains stu- Subira and Gloria get together 
dents with his humor. for a Goot'v ID. 



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VERYDAY PEOPLE 



Eating, studying, hanging out with friends, or just chilHn' are all a part 
of everyday college life. On this spread, the Zenith staff present a 
snapshot of "everyday people" at High Point University. When you 
look back at your college days "everyday life" is the thing you'll miss 
the most. 




Known for his outrageous hats, 
Big Daddv wear, and Ha waiin 
shirts, Tim Hubbarci is the 
imofficial Big Man on Cam- 
pus. 

As the sun goes do\vn Gloria 
"Chi Chi" wilhams hits the 
hooks for another all-nighter. 




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Friend mug for Zenith after 
another satisfying meal in the 
cafe. 



Ste\'en Coard gets a cup of the 
"The Real Thing" to go at the 
cafeteria. 




Be it ever so humble, there's 
no place like "the wall". Stu- 
dents contemplate the mean- 
ing of life while getting a little 
sun. 



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November 4-5, 2000 



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AMILY WEEKEND 



The events of Fallapalooza entertained students and family alike as 
parents arrived on campus for the annual Family Weekend. Faculty 
members were on hand to meet and mingle, and everyone participated 
in a wide array of activities. The Tower Players produced "Nunsense" 
for the enjoyment of all while the Dance-A-Thon loosened things up a 
bit. 




FALLAPALOOZA brought 
many new acts to HPU. This 
style of dancing is called clog- 
ging. April White is a proud 
member of the squad. 

The sisters of Hoboken trv to 
raise money to burv the last 
four nuns who died from botu- 
lism. Several nuns try to sell 
their baking tips in this skit. 



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"Nunsense" satires life in a 
convent with hysterical, any- 
thing goes fun. The Tower 
Players put on the witty and 
outrageous musical for Par- 
ents' Weekend. 

Amora Williams and her 
mother groove to the music at 
the FALLAPALOOZA Dance- 
A-Thon. Amora took home 
first prize. 




Tiffany Cherry and her family 
are on their way to breakfast in 
the cafeteria where they will 
be introduced to Tiffany's pro- 
fessors. 



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SAB attends Southeast Regional NACA conference 



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HOPPING FOR FUN 



The Benton Convention Center in Winston-Salem served as host to the 
National Association for Campus Activities (NACA) Southeast Re- 
gional Conference. Nine students chosen to represent High Point 
University had an opportunity to attend educational sessions and a 
live showcase of performers, allowing students an opportunity to 
negotiate deals for next semester's Student Activities Board events. 




Tiffany Hairston plavs the air 
(tilled) guitar while shopping 
for fun. 

Leslie Malbon, Kristv Lomax, 
and Amy Rogers enjoy dinner 
at the Conference. 



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Quonsetta Salters considers 
possibility of a snakecharming 
event on campus. 

Comedian Elvira Kurt says, 
"Please bring me to HPU; I 
promise I'll be funnv!" 




People of Color Poetry Slam. 



Break! does a power tumble to 
impress delegates at the Con- 
ference. 



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Each year the University hosts the Crop Walk for the 
city of High Point. 



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TOP THE HUNGER 



The Crop Walk is a national fundraiser to help eliminate hunger in the 
United States. The money raised from the 5K walk helps local agencies 
combat hunger in the High Point area. Many student organizations fjf 
helped with the event: Genesis, Delta Sigma Phi, the Volunteer Center, 
Alpha Phi Omega, and Kappa Chi. 





Bud Hill, Director of the Open 
Door Shelter in High Point 
welcomes and thanks walkers. 

Delta Sigs get up early to help 
check people in. 




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Participants came from the 
community and Uni\'ersity. 



The Crop Walk is fun for man 
and dog alike. 







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Acarbohydrateboost is given Genesis Gospel Choir per- 
at the finish line. forms with a solo by Lakisha 

Morgan. 



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The campus opens its gates to welcome back those 
who onced roamed the grounds. 



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DMECOMING 



Friendly competition threaded Greek Week as fraternities and sorori- 
ties paired off to see who was tops on campus. The Theta Chi/Zeta Tau 
Alpha team met the challenge by setting a new record for points 
accumulated during Greek Week. All students enjoyed other festivities 
such as the ground-breaking ceremony and Homecoming parade. 
Alumni were made to feel back at home. 




Kathy Miller, Debi Royals, and 
Michael Turmala, Class of '75, 
enjov the parade. 

Honor Society Alpha Phi 
Omega participates in the pa- 
rade. 



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Dr. Wrav chats with rising star, 
Nick Woodward. 

Nominees for Homecoming 
Court pile in for a place in the 
parade. 




Dr. Martinson breaks ground School spirit is contagious as 
for the new Fine Arts building, the evening draws near. 



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''My Kind of Town" invites partygoers to enjoy an 
evening of celebration. 



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OMECOMING 



Over 1,000 students, alumni, faculty, and staff participated in home- 
coming festivities at the Benton Convention Center. Indeed, it was a 
night to remember. A grand ballroom held a band and DJ, a free novelty 
room treated guests, and everyone partook of coffee and dessert in the 
atrium before boarding the buses back to campus. 




Jennv Mav and Larikus Scott 
enjoy being members of the 
Homecoming Court. 

The Homecoming Court gath- 
ers for a celebratory photo- 
graph with King and Queen 
before taking the dance floor. 




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Students do the Electric Slicie 
at the Benton Con\'ention Cen- 
ter. 

Dressing up is haU" the fun of 
the e\'ening. 




ig Man on Campus Tim President Martinson dances 
Hassett is happy after being with Homecoming Queen 
announced the winner. Nikita Tones. 



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Playing and competing all in the name of fun. 



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ERBY DAY 

Saturday, August 28, 2000, was the day for students to meet on the 
Greensward for Derby Day. Events included the mattress race, hippity 
hop, three-legged race, dizzy bats, tug of war, and water balloon toss. 
Teams from organizations and residence halls came out to participate 
for a day of food, fun, and excitement. 





All that hard work gives stu- 
dents a healthy appetite. 

The man with the mike - Tank 
Flovd - keeps exerything in 
line on Derby Day. 




Hippity hoppers round the 
curve and head for the finish 
ine. 

Becca Marcus and George Tay- 
or take a break in each other's 




Team North feels inspired to 
do their own thing on Derby 
Day. 



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And the fun goes on. 



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ERBY DAY 



Is it better to give than to re- 
ceive? Depends on which end 
of the balloon toss you find 
yourself. 




One way to win the hippit\- 
hop is to go airborne! 



Darius Mooring and Joe 
McGowen have fun while par- 
ticipating in the mattress race. 




\'adkin Hall residents struggle 
to win the tug of war. 

A calm, e\'en start is essential 
to a successful dizzv bat turn. 




Teams take a break to prepare Phi Mu sisters work together 
for the next competition. to take Derbv Dav honors. 



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Pulling together, the Orientation Committee makes a 
hectic day run smoothly. 



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RIENTATION 

Hours of practice and planning paid off as new students were quickly 
settled into their rooms by competent committee members. After 
attending general sessions, students were treated to several fun activi- 
ties to welcome them to the University and to help them make new 
friends. Another year is successfully underway. 



PUTTING THE 
PIECES TOGETHEI 




Team members don't waste a 
trip; it necessary to have botli 
hands full on Move-In Dav. 

Friendly faces welcome and 
direct new students to unload- 
ing areas. 



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Lines were long but patient at 
the check-in tables. 



At the Luau, Mindv Wanzie 
wins the limbci contest tor the 
3rd vear in a row. 




Karaoke brings old and new Students take the Honor 
friends together. Pledge at a General Session. 



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RIENTATION 



Tim Hassett uses the Gator and 
a walkie-talkie to troubleshoot 
during Move-In Day. 




A good workout is guaranteed 
on Move-In Day as Kenji 
Dorsey works to unload a 
year's worth of possessions 
one load at a time. 

Lori Sessoms, Chair of the En- 
tertainment Committee, brings 
out tiki torches to light up the 
Luau. 




The Luau helps Martina, 
Tawanna, Cyamon, and 
Sheena get loosened up and 
ready to get to work (and play) 
as the school year starts. 

General sessions were led by 
students. 




The Orientation Committee The Lawn Party giyes stu- 
hands out information pack- dents a chance to compete in 
ets to new students. fun and games before settling 

down to business. 



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Sarah Coleman 



George Coppedge 



Derico Cooper 



Rebecca Cornelius 




Deidre Cotilla 



Megan Cramer 



Sandra De Kozlovvski 



Mistv Dills 




MarvAnn Diniaio 



Shelle\ Dodson 



Melissa Douh 



Gabriela Downs-Rocha 



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Dawn Eagiin 



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Donnelle Fagt; 




Alan Fawcett 



Stephen Felton 



Nikkoa Fields 



Wendy Fisher 




David Fleming 



Janet Flvnn 



Rebekah Forbes 



Crystal Fox 




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Wendv Francis 



Dawn Francisco 



Jennifer Franks 



Jetf Gano 




Kelly Gasko 



John Gantt 



Jennifer Gerhart 



Dankinette Gibson 




Derrick Gibson 



Harold Gibson 



Tammy Gigliotti 



Clayton Gilcher 



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Derek Graf 



Micliael Graff 



lonalhan Griffith 



Nicholiis Grieco 




William Gurlev 



Magnus Giistafsim 



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Christine Hanev 




Shelly Harringtc 



L'Nell Harrison 



Chad Hartman 



Timothv Hassett 




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Ed Hickey 



Tana Hil 



Megan Hofmann 



Jessica Holyfield 




Scott Hornung 



Emilv Hunter 



Stefania lebba 



Mantas Ignatavicius 



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Amanda Ingle 



Porsche Jackson 



Nikita Jones 



Ron Jordan 




Jessica Kolodgy 



Randi Komisar 



William L'Eplattenier 
Tracv Lester 




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Ann Leu IS 



Michelle Lewis 



Da\id Lindsev 




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Anne McCullough 



Shawn McGee 



Heather McGee 



Michael McGown 




Gary McMulHn 



Tracv McVev 



Steven Meccia 



Wilham Medlin 




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Whitney Millman 



Brandi Morgan 



Angela Moscoso 



Thomas Motsinger 




Timothy Murrel 



Russell Nelson 



Effie Nicholson 



Maria Niles 



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Erik Pettersson 



Charles Pindell 



Meribeth Pr^iml 




Jessica Proctor 



Michael Rasmiissen 



Tracy Ray 



Ryan Rice 




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Reiiff Ridout 



Siira Roach 



Brvan Rohhins 




Tina Roberts 



Rebekah Robinette 



Stacey Rodgers 



Cesar Rodriguez 




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Nicole Saffer 



Ruslan Salakhutdinov 



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E\ci Marie Shiirdella 



Oli\ ler Schouten 



Lariku^ Scott 




Lori Sessoms 



Lev Shelienberger 



Marc Smith 



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April Sparks 



Diane Sperber 



Ex'onne Stubbs 



Nicole Tarantino 




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Gar\' Todd 



Brett Trielo 




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Charles Washingtc 



Katherine Watson 



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Sahrina White 



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Du-~tin Williams 




Nicholas Williams 



Shanee Williams-Rosebdro 



Marshall Wilson 



Kevin Wolfe 




Teresa Wishon 



Stephanie Wohlford 



Lindsay Wolfram 



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Randall Caudill 



Paula Collins 




Suzanne Davis 



Thorn Elmore 



Ethel Kouha 



Charles Patterson 




Thomas Rose 



Anita Thompson 



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Greg Alley 

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Stephanie Amponsah 

Venieca Anderson 



Alex Andreasson 

Chris Archambeault 

Jennifer Archer 

Lashan Archie 



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Michael Ashton 

Allison Augustine 



Aleksandrs Baikovs 

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Kellv Barker 
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Charles Barron 
Christopher Bartlett 
Jim Bastien 
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Kellv Beeson 
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Amber Bovea 

David Brauzer 

Stacv Brelsford 



Michael Brewster 

Darlene Brito 

Robert Brittam 

PhiHp Brookshire 



Christy Brown 

Kendria Brown 

Keoda Brown 

Kevin Brown 



Alex Buc 

Mark Bulovas 

Ke\in Burch 

Jo Burcham 




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Robert Burcham 
Shervl Burden 
McKenzie Burkhardt 
Caroline Burke 



Mindv Burnett 
Susan Burv 
Jadario Bush 
Blair Bvrd 



Audra Callahan 
Kathrvn Cameron 
Cathy Campbell 
Sonva Campbell 



Adam Canevazzi 
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Aaron Caracci 
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Jason dinger 

Catherine Clough 



Steyen Coard 

Katherine Coates 

Doug Cobb 

Jaclvn Coleman 



Eugenia Coley 

Melissa Coloton 

Milena Conn 

Joshua Cook 



Leah Cope 

Natahe Corbin 

Rena Cornwell 

Jamaal Cottman 




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Jennifer Cox 
Brandv Cox 
Stephen Cowne 



Sarah Craxen 
Heather Crawford 
Nicholas Creed 
Jennifer Cross 



Courtney Culbertson 
Sarah Czyz 
Emily Dabbs 
Shana Dallara 



Monica David 
Abbv Davis 
Johnathan Davis 
Gregory Da\is 



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Julie Docimo 

Jose Dominguez 

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Kesha Douthit 

James Drane 

Ann Durham 



Kellev Dziczek 

Christy Ebert 

Michele Eckes 

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Barbara Jean Ercolino 
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Shea Evans 



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Michael Feelev 
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Nicole Garner 

Stephen Garner 



Stephanie Gaston 

Keith Gates 

Justine Gatsche 

Aaron Gav 



Hannah Gerres 

Deborah Gibson 

Lindsay Gibson 

Ginny Gielen 



MJ Gimbar 

Kimberly Glo\'er 

Esteban Gonzalez 

Clavton Gordner 




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April Goode 
Mary Goodrich 
Donalee Goodrum-W'hite 



Erica Gornik 
Stacie Goss 
George Gouge 
Kenneth Graff 



Hedther Graham 
Kelly Green 
Summer Green 
Brad Greene 



Courtney Griffin 
Garrett Griffin 
Christin Gribble 
Erin Groves 



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Raymond Harp 

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Natasha Harris 

Valerie Harris 



Kevin Harrison 

Paula Hartness 

Adrienne Harvey 

Melinda Harvey 



Teddy Hart 

Carolyn Hassett 

Joseph Haubenhofer 

Michael Hayden 



Lisa Hayes 

Jessica Healan 

Erin Heaton 

Jonathan Hedrick 



Jordan Hedrick 

Robbie Hedrick 

Baron Heinemann 

Jennifer Helsle\' 




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John Henkel 
Jill Hennie 
Andrea Henson 



Kara Herndon 
Cassie Herrm 
Michael Hershkovitz 
R\'an He\erle\' 



Kristin Hiatt 
Kristin Higgins 
Katie Hodges 
R\an Hodges 



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Tonita Holland 
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Kahlea Hunter 

Chris Hyatt 



Cricket Indra 

Ericka Inyerso 

Paul Isbell 

Jim Isphordmg 



Erin Jackson 

Tiffany Jackson 

Patricia Jamroz 

Kristen James 



Ebony Jarrett 

Jessica Jenkins 

Kellie Jenkins 

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Kelly Johnson 



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Jared Kirby 

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Brian Kraft 

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Jaime Kutz 

Scott Laird 

Michael Lancaster 



Jennifer Landers 

Mandee Lasseter 

Jennifer Lavton 

Harrv Leach 



John Leal^e 

Jamie Leathead 

Naomi Leavitt 

Justin LeBlanc 



April Leeks 

James LesJev 

Cameron Leslie 

Angela Lesnett 




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Cassandra Leonard 
Brandon Le\vis 
Will Leu-is 
Stephanie Lien 



Kristine Lomax 
Lilly Lopez 
Leslie Loveless 
Rebecca Lowe 



Michael Luger 
Rvan Lurate 
Jennifer Lyons 
Carlv MacAllister 



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Anthony Maiorano 
Katie Macken 
Meredith Mackoy 



Leslie Malbon 
MeHssa Males 
Helen Markelova 
Dara Marley 



Jordan Marshall 
William Marshall 
Heather Martens 
Amber Martin 



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Justin Martin 
Kelly Martin 
Lucas Martin 



Ai Matsumoto 

Phillip Matthews 

Bran McAbee 

Jessica McAfee 



Nikkia McCalla 

Joshua McCov 

Todd McDaniel 

Amanda McDonald 



Marv McDevitt 

Sherry McGau\ran 

Joseph McGovven 

Jeanelle McKenne\' 



Michelle McKnight 

Tzeala McLean 

Alex Medina 

Rvan Merrill 



Annika Meverson 

Brian Middleton 

Brandon Miller 

Michelle Miller 



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Tiwana Miller 
Willow Miller 
Kimberlv Millington 
Courtnev Millman 



Tavlor Milne 
Gloria Miranda 
Lauren Mirochna 
Stacv Monk 



Katie Monroe 
Islen Monroy 
Denise Montgomery 
Carlv Moon 



James Moore 
Ravshaun Moore 
Terri Morehead 
Beth Mork 



Samantha Morris 
Afton Mosley 
Rich Mossman 
Trev Muller-Thvm 



Brvan Vlurphv 
Kerry Muscolina 
Michael Muse 
Alisa Mvers 



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Chad Nalick 

Heather Nehrbas 

Lea Newport 

Marv Nicholls 



Mario Nocito 

Susan Noll 

Dani Norman 

Jamison Nunn 



Marc O'Brien 

Shannon O'Brien 

Learvn O'Mallev 

Cathey O'Neal 



Savoko Oda 

Hannah 01i\er 

Justin Ollis 

Stephanie Vxk 



Greg Papanicolos 
Jodi Palladino 
Jennifer Parks 
Lauren Parnell 






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Ethan Paschal 

Jessica Paul 

Vaneisha Pa\nter 

Jocehn Paza 




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Anna Peckham 
Kristin Pendrv 
Magdalena Petreska 
Adam Petroski 



Lisa Pettigrew 
Amie Phillips 
Shannon Phillips 
Tiffany Pmto 



Bill Piser 
Nicholas Piersol 
Terri Pistorio 
Leah Pitt 



Rebecca Plescia 
Dominick Potente 
Kelly Preddy 
Paul Pree 



Adam Pressley 
Zacharv Prisco 
Tracvann Pryce 
Kristen Puckett 



Nicholas Pugliese 
Nicole Purdv 
Heather Purt2 
Susan Quade 



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Sean Quintana 

Courtney Rahl 

Anna Marie Rasch 

Natalie Ratcliffe 



Sallv Reece 

Carrie Reed 

Riley Rees 

Megan Reeves 



Jamie Regulski 

Christy Reid 

Heather Reid 

Wilham Reif^teck 



Kristen Remine 

Etienne Reyes 

Dave Reynolds 

LaRae Rice 



Matthew Richardson 

Jennifer Ridgeway 

Justin Riley 

Emily Rintz 



Janet Robertson 

A\a Roddv 

Jennifer Roddv 

Rebecca Roehncli 



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Amanda Rogers 
Josh Rogers 
Kimberlv Rogers 
Sarah Rose 



Allvson Ross 
Gina Rosser 
Samantha Routh 
Shannon Rowland 



Justin Rozdolski 
Stacev Ruffner 
Rebecca Rush 
Brianne Russell 



Kfltherine Saffer 
Michael Salamone 
Quonsetta Salters 
Crissy Samuel 



Elizabeth Sanders 
Jared Savage 
Haley Sawyer 
Melanie Scala 



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De\on Schwartz 
Marissa Schwartz 
Pam Schwartz 






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Stephanie Scott 

Jennifer Sebert 

Brian Serafin 



Matthew Settlage 

Kellv Shamberger 

Megan Shannon 

Stephanie Sharp 



Jacquelynn Sharpe 

Shannon Shattuck 

Robert Sherwood 

April Shields 



Anna Sherrod 

Felicia Sherrod 

Anna Shore 

Brad Shore 



Kenneth Shumate 

Lindsev Silva 

Narada Simon 

Stacv Sink 



Jacob Skillin 

Sarah Slatter\ 

Andrew Smith 

Crystal Smith 




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Gvvendohn Smith 
Jackie Smith 
Janelle Smith 
Megan Smith 



Rachel Smith 
Rhianda Smith 
Ruth Smith 
Tanisha Smith 



\'ictoria Smith 
Walter Smith 
Carrie Smutek 
Robvn Snvder 



Deneta Somerville 
William Southern 
Laura Spencer 
Andrew Squire 



Jamie St. John 
Martina St. John 
Kate Stackhouse 
Claire Stamand 



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Liz Steckel 
Victoria Steele 
Shana Stephen? 






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Stacy Stewart 

Jack Streater 

Anna Stridh 

Lauren Stolzer 



Henry Suhr, III 

Stephen Sx'iatko 

Angela Svvann 

David Synan 



Josheph Taureck 

Kenneth Taylor 

Melissa Taylor 

Kirsten Temple 



Allison Terrell 

Alicia Thomas 

Chanel Thomas 

DeAnne Thomas 



Jed Thomas 

Keisha Thompson 

Shannon Thornton 

Nicole Timmons 



Kenzo Tochiki 

Jay Todd 

CeCe Tolliver 

Josh Toopes 




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Ryan Torguson 
Jade Iran 
Mollv Tripp 
Jonathan Tri\ette 



Tre\or Trovvell 
Erin Turner 
Laura Beth Turner 
Robert Van Hoose 



Kim WmHuss 
Kevin Vanhoy 
Meredith Valentine 
Andrew \'each 



H^tella Veach 
Garrick Velat 
Colleen Vena 
Donna Venable 



Lauren Virgin 
'Stephen Voges 
Ariane Walker 
\ erntisha Walker 



Melanie Wall 
Misti Ward 
Patrick Warring 
Dominic Watkins 






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Erica Watson 

Nicole Webster 

Jason Wenzel 



Claire Wessel 

Jennifer Weinstein 

Brooke Wharton 

Sean White 



Tanner Wightman 

Keith Whmes 

April White 

Alexis Whitfield 



Jakob Widange 

Amora Williams 

Anita Williams 

Blake Williams 



Scott Williams 
Subira Williams 

Bonnie Wilson 
D' Andre Wilson 



Jenna Wilson 

Katie Wilson 

Wendy Wilson 

Gary Wingfield 




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Maria Winfrey 
Jassica Winston 
Aaron Winters 
Adam Witten 



Allvson Wood 
Angela Wood 
Matthew Wood 
Pavton Woodard 



Amy Woodruff 
Heather Woodson 
Amanda Worster 
Vlichelle Wrenn 



Andrea Wright 
Dana Yates 
Laura Yeager 
Amanda Yoder 



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Rachel Beauchamp 

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Jessica BuUins 



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Abby Catoe 

Johnny Collins 

Rhea Conrad-Reed 



Tamike Crumplon 

Ximena Dcickery 

Heather Ellis 

Pamela Extrom 



Jeannie Fansler 

Anna Fulk 

Randv Galyean 

Samuel Games 



Julie Goodin 

Susan Harris 

Jeremiah Handv 

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William Jones 



Matthew Kimel 
Marcella Marsh 
Robert Misior 
Jean Muhigira 



Robert Patterson 
lohn Richardson 
Jessica Rodriguez 
Regina Scott 



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Jonathan Smith 
Steve Stone 
Michael Tilley 



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VENING DEGREE PROGRAM 



Tracy Rich-Perez meets with 
her English class. 



In with the new - Year 2000 
brought the EDP staff to a new 
location. 

Students meet with advisors 
during registration at the MPC. 




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btudents at Madison Park en- 
joy a holiday break. 

Good food and compan\' - no 
better \va\' to celebrate the holi- 




Registration at the EDP center Madison Park students wait 
brings out all ages. for class to begin. 



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Dr- Guy Arcun 
As-it, Professor 



Dr. Gray Bowman 
Professor 



Ms. Sam Beck 
Dir. Career Development 



Dr. Richard Bennington 
I^rofessor 



Mrs. VVendv Brodar 
Administrative Assistant 



Dr. Jeffrey Butera 
Asst. Professor 



Mrs. Virginia Blair 
EDP Asst. Coordinator 




Mrs. Sharyn Carpenter 
EDP Adm. Coordinator 



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Dr. Dennis Carroll 
Professor & Chair 



Dr. Clinton Corcoran 
Associate Professor 







Mrs. Gcraldine Chisholm 
Switchboard / Receptionist 



Dr. Pamela Clift 
Assistant Professor 



Mr. Craig Curty 
Asst. Dir. Academic Services 



Mrs. Deborah Dalton 
EDP Coordinator 



Mr. William Cope 
Associate Professor 




Ms. Becki Davis 
EDP Security 







Dr. Vance Davis 
VP Academic Affairs 



Mr. Christopher Dudley 
Dir. Athletic Development 



Dr. Elizabeth Dull 
Associate Professor 



Dr. Randall Epperson 
Instructor 




Ms. Diana Estey 
Registrar 



Mr. Gart Evans 
Dean of Students 



Ms. Karen Fincher 
Admistrative Assistant 




■ Mrs. Amelia Fuller Dr. Woodv Gibson 

■OP Admissions Coordinator Associate Prof. /Athletic Dir. 



Ms. Toni Graves 
EDP Adjunct Professor 



Mr. Jeffrey (Tank) Floyd 
Asst. Dean Campus Life 




Ms. Nancv Gordon 
Accounting Assistant 




Mrs. Rhonda Grimsley 
Admistrative Assistant 



Mrs. Carole Hampton 
EDP Adminstration 



Mr. Bob Haves 
VP Financial Affairs 



Mrs. Dwanna Ha\'worth 
Secretary 






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Mrs. Sherron James 
Accounting Assistant 



Mr. Jolin Lefler 
VP Inst. Ad\ ancement 



Mrs. Terri Kane 
Director of Student Accounts 



Mrs. Amber Kelley 
Director of Counseling 



Ms. Catherine King 
EDP Coordinator 




Dr. Barbara Leonard 
Associate Professor 



Mrs, Melitta McCroskev 
Purchasing Agent 



Mrs. Jean McDowell 
Cashier 



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Mrs. Ann Miller 
Associate Registrar 



Mrs. Elizabeth Ann Murphv 
Secretary 



iJr. rhilhp Norwood 
Instructor 



Mrs. Roberta Powell 
Asst. Director Financial Aid 



Ms. Marisa Ray 
Development Officer 



Dr. Betty Royal 
Associate Professor 



Mrs. Betsy Orcutt 
Office Manager 




Mr. Jim Schlimmer 
Dean Enrollment Mgt. 



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Dr. Frederick Schneid 
Associate Professor 



Mr. James Speight 
Associate Professor 



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Assistant Professor 



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Associate Professor 




Vlrs. Wendv Smith 
Database Adminstrator 




Mr. James Spessard 
Dir. Accounting Services 



Dr. James Stitt 
Professor & Chair 



Dr. Thomas Stockton 
Bishop m Residence 




Mrs. Donna Thornton 
Secretary 




Mr. Rans Triplett 
Dir. Residential Life 



Mrs, Gail Tuttle 
EDP Associate Dean 



.Mrs, Gale Varner 
Administrati\'e Assistant 




Mr, Michael Waggoner 
Assistant Professor 



Dr. Ann Watkins 
Associate Professor 



Ms. Lou Ann Williams 
Secretary 



Dr. Morris VVrav 
VP Internal Affairs 



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Women's Soccer 



The 2000 Women's Soccer Team finished with an o\'eraIl record 
of 4-11-2 (2-3-1 in the Big South) under second-year Head Coach 
Tracie Foels. The Panthers lost to host Radford University, 3-0, 
in the first round of the Bie; South Tournament to end their 
season. Emily Lanham, Beth Mork, and Tamara Impson all 
earned spots on the Big South All-Conference Second Team, 
while Gwen Smith Avas the team's selection to the league's All- 
Academic se]uad. 




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Front Row: Jennifer Franks, Sara Hanson, Eileen Mazeika, Colleen Vena, Cindy Watts, Katie Smith, Cat Ruday, 
Lindsay Kroeger, Sarah Kenney. Row 2: Ryan McMahon (Athletic Trainer); Tamara Impson, Stephanie Moenter, Syd 
Harden, Jamie Theil, Alisse Robertson, Emily Lanham, Stacey Moenter, Tiffany Impson, Cici ToUiver (Athletic 
Trainer). Row 3: Assistant Coach Stephanie Bair, Kelly Gasko (Team Manager), Megan Moore, Andrea Henson, Beth 
Mork, Kerry Muscolina, Gwen Smith, Bekki Dion, Head Coach Tracie Foels. 



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Chad Hartman 




Men's Soccer 



High Point University Men's Soccer had one of its most produc- 
tive seasons in recent years uncier the direction of third year 
Head Coach Peter Broadley. While finishing with an overall 
record of 9-10-1 (3-4 in the Big South) despite the loss of five 
starters due to injury, the Panthers fought their way to the semi- 
finals of the Big South Tournament, onlv to lose 2-1 in double- 
overtime to eventual conference champion Rad ford University. 
Earning honors for the 2000 men's team were Damon Ming, 
John Sitaridis and Ben Mork who were all selected to the All- 
Conference Second Team while Eric Lona was selected to the 
Big South Conference's All Academic Team. 




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Front Row: Damon Ming, Tanner Wightman, Kenzo Tochiki, Chad Hartman, Matt Wood, Perry White, Kirk Rudder. 
Row 2: Head Coach Peter Broadlev, John Sitandis, Nick Grieco, Luke Knor, Frank Pinho, Eric Lona, Pat McGurk, 
Barry Mitchell, Dan Kitching, Terek Moss (Team Manager). Row 3: Assistant Coach Dan Dudley, Assistant Coach 
Jeff Gephart, Keith Wines, Ben Mork, Nate LeMaire, Ryan Tremhley, Chris Young, Calvin Keller (Athletic Trainer), 
Dan Tarara (Head Athletic Trainer), Jen Layton (Athletic Trainer). 



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Cross Country 



High Point University's Men's and Women's Cross Country 
teams showed much improvement in meet competition com- 
pared to just a year ago. The men finished as high as 3rd place 
in both the High Point/Elon Invitational and the Western 
Carolina Invitational. The women finished as high as 6th place 
in the Western Carolina ln\'itational. Niran Pillay garnered All- 
Conference honors and was named the Big South's Rookie of 
the Year for his 5th place indnidual finish in the Big South 
Cross-Countr\' Championship Meet. 




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Michelle Fromal 




Tomm\' E\'ans and Tavlor 
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Men's Results 

WCU Invitational 

3rd out of 6 

Winthrop Invitational 

7th/9 

Great American Classic 

16th/21 

GSO Invitational 

7th/15 

NCSU Meet 

4th/ll 

Big South Conf. Meet 

5th/8 

NCAA Southeast Reg. 

Women's Results 

WCU Invitational 

6th out of 6 

Winthrop Invitational 

9th/9 

Great American Classic 

20th/21 

GSO Invitational 

lOth/15 

NCSU Meet 

9th/12 

Big South Conf. Meet 

8th/8 

NCAA Southeast Reg. 




Team Photo 

Front Row Niran Pillav, Dan Gariepv, Tommy Evans. Row 2: Ginny Gielen, Cricket Indra, Michelle Fromal, Enka 
Holder Denise Montgomery, Mike Salamone, Michael Lancaster, Taylor Milne, Head Coach Boh Davidson. Row 3: 
Alex Baikovs, Kenji Dorsey^ Keith Gates, Michael Chnstensen, Assistant Coach Jimmie Burchette. 



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Jen Lavton 




Sports Medicine 



The personnel in\ol\ed in the sports medicine program have 
worked hard all year to keep High Point's athletes healthy and 
in top physical shape. Like High Point's athletics, the sports 
medicine program continues to grow by introducing more and 
more students to the field of athletic training. The many hours 
that sports medicine majors spend in the classroom and on the 
field have enabled them to learn about the prevention, evalua- 
tion, and rehabilitation of athletic injuries. The sports medicine 
staff will continue to ensure our athlete's safetv so they can 
compete to their maximum le\el. 




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Seniors: Angela McClov, Da\'e 
Lindsey, Steve Meccia, Shawn 
McGee, Nicole Saffer. 




Row 1: Ryan McMahon, Steve Meccia, David Lindsey, Angela McCloy, Jeff "Duke" Calvin, Shawn McGee, Nicole 
Saffer. Row 2: AJ Jessup, Mandee Lasseter, Summer Green, Michelle Eckes, Jen Layton, Calvin Keller, John 
Neidecker. Row 3: Jaclyn Coleman, Ben Diffendefer, Melissa Coloton, BJ Ecolino, Lauren Pamell, John Capozzolo, 
Justin Ollis. Row 4: Cece ToUiver, Kris Kreissig, Kelly Shamberger, Lexi Boswell, Chris Bartlett, Jammaal Cottman, 
Josh Geruso. 



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Kristy Flint 




Volleyball 



Panther Volleyball finished with an overall record of 3-28 (242 
in the Big South) under second-year Head Coach Georgette 
Crawford. High Pomt lost to Coastal Carolina, 3-0, in the first 
round of the Radisson Hotel-High Pomt Volleyball Champion- 
ship to end their 2000 campaign. Former Big South Rookie of the 
Year, Tracyann Pryce, earned a spot on the All-Conference 
Second Team while also landing on both the Big South All- 
Academic and All-Tournament Teams. 




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Tracyann Pryce 




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UNC-C 

Villa nova 

Wake Forest 

Belmont 

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Wofford 

Liberty 

Radford 

Elon 

Coastal Carolina 

Charleston Southern 

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Winthrop 

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Men's Basketball 



Head Coach Jerry Steele's 2000-01 High Point University Men's 
Basketball squad returned seven letter-winners from the 1999- 
2000 campaign where the team finished in sixth place out of the 
eight team Big South Conference. A brand new assistant coach 
in Brett Reed joined the squad, as well as junior transfers Doug 
Alves, Jermaine Wallace, and Craig Clark. Freshmen Brent 
Halsch and Dan Kalbaugh gave the Panters depth on the bench. 
Coach Steele came into the season with 595 career wins and 
easily attained his 6ooth collegiate coaching victory early in the 
seastin. 



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Men's Team 

Front Row: Mantas Ignativicius, Teddy Hart, Derek Van Weerdhuizen, Dustin Van Weerdhuizen, Brent 
Halsch, Doug Alves, Dan Kalbaugh. Row 2: Assistant Coach Brett Reed, Fletcher Farmer, Tim Wilson, John 
Stonehocker, Jimmy Bennett, Craig Clark, Valdas Kauknas, Head Coach Jerry Steele. 



Dustin Van Weerdhuizen 



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Nicki Fauntleroy 




Women's Basketball 



With seven returnees and a stellar recruiting class. Head Coach 
Dr. Joe Ellenburg and his Panthers looked to avenge their injury 
plagued 1999-2000 season when they finished with a record of 
6-22 overall and a 3-11 in the Big South Conference. The addi- 
tion of redshirt guard Narelle Henry along with six other 
freshmen recruits including Debbie Ruiz, Nicki Fauntleroy, 
Gemma Keogh, Shannon O'Brien, Chanel Thomas, and Amber 
Chastain made HPU better. Guard Misty Brockman made her 
much anticipated return after sitting out all of last season with 
a knee injury. Coach Ellenburg reached his milestone 200th 
career coaching victory as he entered this season with an overall 
\'ictorv total of 194. 




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Team Photo 

Front Row: Misty Brockman, Narelle Henry, Gemma Keogh, Cebronica Scott, Debbie Ruiz, Shannon O'Brien, 
Nicki Fauntleroy, Gary Wingfield (Team Manager). Row 2: Head Coach Joe EUenhurg, Deidra Cotilla, Chanel 
Thomas, Gina Rosser, Mary Brewer, Amber Chastam, Stephanie Scott, Toni Vick, Assistant Coach Tooey Loy . 



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Men's and Women's 



Track & Field 



Thirty-nine year Head Coach Boh Da\'idson has decided to 
retire after the 2001 spring season. He looks to lead his men's 
and women's track & field teams around that final turn one last 
time. Men's seniors Larikus Scott, Carlton Sanders, and Travis 
Harvey hope to make that dream a reality. Distance runners 
Tommy Evans, Dan Gariepy, and Taylor Milne should finish 
well for HPU as should field \'eteran Ed Bunnell. On the 
women's side seniors Roxie Stennett and Porsche Jackson look 
to sprint their way to the finish for Coach Davidson. Distance 
specialist Cricket Indra could solidify a top spot in the Big South 
as a freshman as could new thrower Nicole Garner. 




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Tommy Evans 



Row 1: Stephanie Amponsah, Erika Holder, Brandilynn Price, Melissa Henderson, Porsche Jackson, Denise 
Montgomery, Gniny Gielen, Cricket Indra. Row 2: Tommy Evans, Kirk Rudder, Niran Pillay , Nicole Garner, Tiffany 
Cherry April' Powell, Tyisha Ryans, Mike Lancaster, Mike Christensen. Row 3: Taylor Milne, Mike Salamone, Dan 
Gariepy, Blake Williams, Larikus Scott, Carlton Sanders, Roxie Stennett Kodi Coverson, Keith Gates, Anthony Cook. 
Row 4- Head Coach Bob Davidson, Matthew Boggs (manager). Amber Chastain, Gina Rosser, Ed Bunnell, Travis 
Bunnell Alex Baikous, David Lindsey (trainer). Assistant Coach Jimmie Burchette. 



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Baseball 



The 2001 Panthers \v\\\ be led bv 23rd year Head Coach Jim 
Speight for the final time this spring, as he announced his 
retirement from the program earHer in the school year. Speight 
looks to climb the ladder a little further with this year's squad 
as a semifinal loss in last year's Big South Conference Tourna- 
ment showed the Panthers that they could compete in one of the 
top tier Di\'ision 1 baseball conferences in the country. Senior 
Jason Brennan alcmg with sc^phomore Ke\'in Burch will anchor 
the pitching staff for HPU. Senior transfer Kirk Harris, along 
with returnees John Cavanaugh, Chris Vinar and Michael 
Lowman will look to swing the bats and lead the Panther 
offense. 




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Women's Tennis 



Women's Tennis is again under the direction of 7th year Head 
Coach Jerry Tertzagian. The Panther ladies are looking to con- 
tinue the success of years past, in particular their first official 
season of Division I competition in the Big South Conference, 
where they finished as the #3 seed for the tournament, while 
making it all the way to the semifinal matches. Veteran senior 
Mirva Maenpaa and Megan Hofmann as well as sophomore 
Elisabet Ericson look to lead a core of young freshmen into the 
next era of High Point Uni\'ersity Women's Tennis. 




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Jakob Widange 




Men's Tennis 



Eighth-year Head Coach Jerry Tertzagian comes into the 2001 
men's tennis season with very high expectations. Due to the 
signing of two big recruits - Bjorn Hagdahl and Johan Dorfli - 
the men's team is looking to go nowhere but up. Six veterans 
return for the #5 seed in the Big South Conference tournament 
a year ago, inckiding seniors Peter Mellstrom and Erik Pettersson. 
Junior Jacob Widange, the team's #1 seeded player, will look to 
haye a huge season. 




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Ross Miller 




Golf 



Men's Golf begins a new era at High Point University as brand 
new Head Coach JB White steps in to take over the program. 
Coach White, a former golf pro at three different country clubs 
is hoping to make an impact with his recruiting class right away. 
Senior Mike Rasmussen will aid Coach White, providing lead- 
ership for the young squad. Veterans Andrew Smith, Ross 
Miller, and Gordon Hughes should also help the newcomers 
with their transition to the college game. 




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Many thanks to everyone who supported High Point University athletic teams by 
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footbridge across the River Thames 
connecting London's St. Paul 
Cathedral with the Tate Modern Art 
Gallery, opens in June. It is the first 
bridge to be built over the Thames 
in 100 years 



D Gas prices soar across Europe. Heavy taxation policies in France and 
England cause massive protests and transportation blockades. Both 
governments eventually promise relief 





Q Former KGB agent Vladimir Putin 
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A Floods In Southeast Asia are 
caused by days of pounding rain. 
Millions are forced to leave their 
homes and more than a thousand 
people die In the region's worst 
flooding in decades. 



A President Clinton travels to 
Southeast Asia In November to help 
mend relations behiveen the United 
States and Vietnam. He is the first 
U.S. president to visit Vietnam since 
the end of the war in 1975. 



A A cable car carrying skiers 
and snowboarders In Austria 
catches fire inside a tunnel, 
kiiiing more than 150 people 
on board. It is the worst Alpine 
disaster in the country's history. 



A Yugoslav President Slobodan 
Milosevic Is ousted from office in 
October, ending 13 years of violent 
rule. Vojislav Kostunica becomes 
Yugoslavia's first democratically 
elected president. 




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street artists 
called "Strange 
Fruit" perform 
gravity-defying 
feats around 
the world. The 
performers float 
above the audience 
on 1 5-foot 
fiberglass poles. 



President Clinton makes a last- 
ditch effort to broker a IVIiddle East 
peace deal before his term ends 
in January 2001 by drafting a plan for 
leaders of both Israel and Palestine 
to review. Israeli Prime Minister 
Ehud Barak and Palestinian Yasser 
Arafat agree to review Clinton's 
proposal, but no deal is signed 
before month's end. 

A Singapore Airlines jumbo jet 
crashes during takeoff in Taiwan, 
killing 81 of the 179 people on board. 
In a blinding rainstorm the pilot uses 
the wrong runway and collides with 
construction equipment. 




□ Canada mourns the death of former 
Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau, who 
served the country for nearly 16 years. 
Trudeau, who was 80, is remembered 
for his flamboyant style and his 
commitment to Iceeping Canada a 
single nation. 




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D In August, the Russian nuclear submarine 
Kursk s'mks to the bottom of the Barents Sea 
after an unexplained explosion. All 118 crew 
members are killed. 



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□ Two hundred North and South 
Koreans separated from family 
members since the 1950-1953 
Korean war reunite in August. The 
four-day visits are a goodwill gesture 
by both countries' leaders, who met 
for the first time in June. 




AIDS reaches epidemic proportions 
in southern Africa. Leaders and 
citizens throughout the world 
conduct a massive educational 
campaign on World AIDS Day 
December 1 to teach people about 
the disease that is killing 6,000 
sub-Saharan Africans each day. 

Uganda is struck by an occurrence 
of the deadly Ebola virus that Is 
linked to more than 100 deaths. 
The outbreak is traced to a Gulu 
woman who died in September 
and whose body infected other 
people during the ritual cleansing 
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A In January 2001, a 7.9 magnitude 
earthquake devastates Gujarat in 
western India. The huge quake 
causes an estimated $5.5 billion 
in damages and kills more than 
20,000 people. 



A In August, Somalia elects its first 
president In nine years. President 
Abdiqasim Salad Hassan promises 
to bring peace and economic 
recovery to the African nation. 



A Former Coca-Cola executive 
Vicente Fox, of the National 
Action Party, Is elected president 
of Mexico in July, ending the 
Institutional Revolutionary Party's 
71 -year reign. 



A More than 150 world leaders meet 
at the U.N. Millennium Summit in 
September to discuss war, poverty, 
disease and other global problems. 
The meeting is the largest gathering 
of world leaders in history. 




D The worst wave of Middle Eastern violence in years erupts between 
Israelis and Palestinians, leaving mere than 350 dead. A visit by Israeli 
opposition leader Ariel Sharon to a Jerusalem holy site on September 28 
is claimed to have sparl<ed the fighting. 



Q In July, an Air France Concorde supersonic jet catches fire and crashes 
outside Paris, killing 113 people. The crash is blamed on metal debris which 
punctured the tires and damaged the fuel tanks. 





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Permanent Normal Trade Relations 
I in September to open jp trade 
between the United States and China. 
The bill IS expected to increase U.S. 
exports by $13 billion annually. 





n Firestone initiates the largest tire 
recall in history after dozens of 

rollover accidents appear to be 
caused by faulty treads. At least 148 
deaths in the United States are linked 
to the defective tires, although other 
problems with sport utility vehicles 
also are under investigation. 





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monopoly practices 
in the software 
industry, IVIicrosoft 
Corporation is 
ordered by a federal 
, district judge in June 
to break into two 
separate companies. 
Company chairman 
Bill Gates files for 
an appeal. 



A wave of Internet startup 
companies, once the darlings 
of the online economy, file for 
bankruptcy after falling short 
of stockholders' earnings 
expectations. The NASDAQ stock 
exchange, where most dot-coms 
are traded, loses 39% of its value 
for the year 

Millions of Californlans go for hours 
without power In January 2001 as 
utility companies cut off electrical 
supply due to low reserves. The 
crisis, blamed on aging generating 
plants, deregulation, soaring 
wholesale prices and debt-ridden 
utilities, spurs other states to 
begin devising prevention plans. 




□ The Oklahoma City National 
Memorial is unveiled in April 2000. 
The memorial is built to honor the 168 
people who died in the 1995 bombing 
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Q On December 4, 2000, the U.S. presidency remains in 
limbo as both Florida and New Mexico officials recount 
ballots to determine who will win their state's electoral 
votes. New Mexico goes to Gore. Ultimately, Bush wins 
Florida which gives him a narrow victory. 



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□ In the ciosest presidential election 
in more than 100 years, Republican 
George W. Bush of Texas beats 
Democrat Al Gore from Tennessee, 
The race Isn't decided until 36 days 
after the popular election, when 
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On election night, several TV 
networks prematurely declare Al Gore 
the winner in Florida, only later to 
reverse themselves, twice. The 
fiasco confirms many Americans' 
distrust of polling and early "calling" 
of elections. 

in one of his first duties as President- 
elect, George W. Bush nominates 
Colin Powell to be Secretary of Stale. 
The four-star Army General becomes 
the first African-American in history 
to serve in this role. 



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ballots become common terms 
during the election as Florida officials 
assess voter intent. The confusion 
generates national discussion for 
uniform methods of voting. 






A The U.S. Supreme Court casts 
the deciding vote In the nation's 
election. The court ends the Gore- 
Bush legal battles in Florida by 
stopping all recounting, an action 
that effectively gives Bush victory. 



A In a fiery and highly publicized 
political battle, Hillary Rodham 



A Missouri Governor Mel Carnahan 
is elected to the Senate days after he 



Clinton beats Republican Rick Lazio dies in a November plane crash. His 



decisively to become senator from 
New York. She is the first first lady 
to be elected to public office. 



widow, Jean Carnahan, agrees to 
serve as senator in his place. 




D In October, the USS Cole is bombed while refueling in Yemen. A number of 
terrorist groups are suspected of the blast that kills 17 sailors and injures 39. 



O The Federal Trade Commission charges the film, recording and 
video-game industries with marketing violent and adult-rated materials to 
teens. The entertainment giants are requested to stop the practice or face 
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capable of calendar 
scheduling, note taking, 
e-mailing, phoning and 
Web browsing go 
mainstream in 2000. 
Competition among 
manufacturers heats 
up with Microsoft, 
BlackBerry, Palm and 
other brands vying 
for shares of the teen 
and business markets. 



Paleontologists identify a new 
species of dinosaur from fossils 
found in northern Italy. The 
26-foot-long, meat-eating 
Sallriosauris one of tlie world's 
oldest dinosaurs, dating back 200 
million years. 

Scientists are forced to rethink the 
traditional definitions of a star and 
planet when 18 massive planet-like 
bodies that don't revolve around 
a sun are discovered in tlie Sigma 
Orionis cluster. 




Q Final touches are made to the 
International Space Station for its 
first residents. American astronaut 
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D Wireless devices tiiat send 
real-time personal messages 
between users become the latest 
communication craze. The "instant 
messages" can be typed, written or 
spoken, depending on the brand, 
and devices cost less than $100. 



Q In 2000, both Honda and Toyota launch gas-electnc 
hybrid cars. Operated by a battery-powered electnc motor 
and a gas-run engine, the hybrids get up to 70 miles per 
gallon on the highway and release minimal emissions. 



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created to lessen the load on the 
old .com standard. The new names, 
slated for use in mid-2001, include 
.Info for general use, .biz for 
businesses, .name for Individuals 
and .pro tor professionals. 

Scientists complete a rough "map" 
of the genetic code that makes 
a person human. The map will aid 
in the detection and prevention of 
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D Amtrak introduces the nation's first high-speed train in 
November. The "Acela Express" travels up to 150 miles per 
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Q New prepaid credit cards and 
online credit lines are the latest 
high-tecl: means for parents to 
control their teens' spending. 
Depending on the account, parents 
determine the spending limit or 
the online stores where the money 
can be spent and receive monthly 
statements of purchases made. 



□ a new Web site, Customatix.com, lets users design their own 
sneakers. Starting from scratch or selecting a prefab model, users 
can pick everything from the colors and styling to the fabric and 
personalized logo at a cost of $80 to $95 a pair. 





n MH-18, billed as the first national 
lifestyle magazine for guys 13 to 
18, hits newsstands in August. The 
Men's Health offshoot covers sports, 
fitness, school, relationships and 
issues teenage boys face growing up. 






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publishers, releases new dictionaries, 
capturing the language of our 
computer-savvy culture. "Dot-com," 
"netiquette" and "cybersurfing" are 
among the new entries. 



A Pleather, a synthetic fabric 
that looks like leather, comes 
in an array of colors and prints 
and is popularized by celebrities 
like singer Christina Aguilera. 



A Laser eye surgery becomes an 
increasingly accepted alternative to 
eyeglasses and contact lenses as 
the technology continues to improve. 



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\ berry-colored iMac sparks 
\ a wave of similarly colored 
cell phones, CD players, 
cameras, irons and other 
household appliances. 



For the first time, females 
outnumber males in Internet use 
in the United States, representing 
50.4% of the online population 
in 2000. Teenage girls are the 
fastest growing user segment. 

Designer faceplates become a 
popular way to personalize 
cell phones. The decorative 
attachments come in a variety of 
designs and colors to match the 
user's mood or outfit. 




□ Wordstretch bracelets become 
a trendy accessory in Hollywood 
and around the nation. The 
multi-colored elastic bands come 
inscribed with "Call me," "Money is 
overrated," "Snap out of it" and 
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Q Message T-shirts become fashion statements 
among teen girls. "Foxy Lady," "Princess" and ■■Monl<ey 
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Q High-tech, fold-up metal versions 
of the old scooter are one of the year's 
hottest modes of transportation but 
also a leading cause of Injury. 




By the end of 2000, an estimated 
75% of U.S. universities offer 
courses online and more than 5.8 
million students have lagged on. 

With the 2000 unemployment rate 
at a low of 4%, college students 
working as summer interns 
command wages up to $20 an 
hour, along with compensation 
packages, from high-tech and 
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Origins, Hermes and Bllstex begin become popular fashion accessories 

to market products In portable for teen girls, accenting the face, 

single-use packets. Products include neck and shoulders. 
nail polish remover, scented wipes, 
hair conditioners and moisturizers. 



A Mail-order clothing pioneer 
Lands' End introduces "scan wear." 
The technology captures customers' 
body measurements, and allows 
users to virtually "try on " clothing 
when ordering via the Internet. 



A "Personal TVs " by TiVo and 
ReplayTV allow users to control 
live TV by pausing or rewinding 
and to record their favorite shows 
without having to set a VCR timer 
or purchase videotapes. 




n Chrysler rolls out its 1930s retro car, the PT Cruiser, in spring 2000. 
The five-door "personal transportation" wagon is a hot seller, beating the 
popular Volkswagen New Beetle by two to one in the first month. It also 
wins Motor Trend magazine's 2001 Car of the Year. 



Q Teens involved in anti-smoking organizations such as The Truth and 
Target Market strike back at Big Tobacco for marketing to youth, by 
launching their own in-your-face advertising campaigns targeting cigarette 
makers. The print and broadcast ads are sponsored by funds won from 
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"The Sims," which simulates the life of 
a suburban family, develops a fanatical 
following with teens. Players create the 
characters and guide them through 
building a house, furnishing it, finding 
a career and running a family in their 
pursuit of happiness. 




□ The IVlillennium Force, the world's tallest and fastest roller 
coaster, opens in May 2000 at the Cedar Point amusement park 
in Sandusky, Ohio. The ride has a 300-foot drop and travels up 
to 92 miies per hour. 




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D Jim Carrey stirs up trouble in the 
town of Whoville in an adaptation of 
the Dr Seuss classic, How the Grinch 
Stole Christmas. The Grinch, which 
opens in November, is the highest 
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De Niro and Ben Stiller, opens In 
October. The movie wins Favorite 
Comedy IVIotlon Picture at the 
People's Choice Awards, and De Niro 
earns a Golden Globe nomination. 



A In July. CBS launches'Big Brother," A UPN's weekly series "WWF 



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people share living quarters for three wrestler The Rock i 

months until all but one are voted most-watched show 

out. Viewers can monitor contestants 7.3 million viewers 
24/7 on the show's Web site. 



Smackdown!" starring professional 
wrestler The Rock is the network's 
most-watched show in 2000, with 



A in December, Cast Away is 
released, starring Tom Hanks as a 
crash victim stranded on a desert 
island for four years. For his nearly 
one-man performance Hanks wins 
Best Actor at the Golden Globes. 



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Q Gamers camp outside 
electronics stores to 
secure the long-awaited 
Sony PlayStation 2, which 
goes on sale in October 
in limited quantities. The 
new version allows users 
to listen to CDs and watch 
DVD movies in addition to 
playing games. 



The first big hit In 2001 is Save 
the Last Dance, which opens in 
January. The teen romance, 
starring Julia Stiles and Sean 
Patrick Thomas, earns close to 
$50 million In Its first two weeks. 

Pay It Forward, a movie based on 
the Idea of performing random 
acts of kindness, opens in October 
starring Haley Joel Osment, 
Kevin Spacey and Helen Hunt. 




□ Tom Cruise reprises his role as 
Ethan Hunt in the action sequel 
Mission: impossibie 2. The May 
release is summer's biggest box-office 
draw and 2000's second-highest 
grossing film, earning more than 
$215 million. 




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a Popular television series prompt the introduction 
of board game versions. "Survivor" and "Who Wants 
To Be a Millionaire" lead the list of new releases. 



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Q NBC's White House drama "The 
West Wing," starring Martin Sheen, 
Allison Janney and Richard Schiff, 
sets a record for receiving the most 
Emmys in a single season with nine 
wins, including Outstanding Drama Series, 




In November, illusionist David 
Blaine is encased in Ice for 62 
hours in New York's Times Square, 
assisted only with air and 
watertubes and a catheter. Blaine, 
who was seeking notoriety over 
national TV, survives the stunt but 
requires hospitalization. 

Russell Crowe becomes a 
household name with the release 
of Gladiator. The epic film wins 
a Golden Globe Award for Best 
Drama as well as an acting nod 
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$157 million and Is voted the Teen 
Choice Awards Movie of the Summer. 



A Fox's "Dark Angel " is voted 
Favorite New Television Dramatic 
Series at the 2001 People's Choice 
Awards. The series, set in the year 
2019, explores the life of a genetically 
enhanced heroine named Max. 



A in July, Wolverine, Cyclops, 
Storm and other super-powerful 
comic book characters are brought 
to life in X-Men. The movie grosses 
over $157 million, one of the year's 
10 biggest box-office draws. 




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n The year's hottest TV show is CBS's 
"Survivor," in which 16 contestants 
compete for a million dollars by surviving 
on a tropical island for 39 days. More than 
51 million viewers tune in for the final episode. 
Based on Its success, CBS launches a second 
"Survivor" series in January 2001 set in the 
Australian Outback. 



Charlie's Angels, based on the popular 70s TV series, is one of the top 
20 box-office draws in 2000. The movie, starring director Drew Barrymore, 
Cameron Diaz and Lucy Liu, earns $40 million its opening week in 
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Q Creed, with lead singer Scott Stapp, 
proves to be one of 2000's hottest rock 
bands, with their singles "Higher" and 
"With Arms Wide Open" hitting the top 
5 on Billboard's Hot 100 singles list. 
The group wins American Music 
Association's Favorite Alternative Artist 
and Favorite Pop/Rock Album. 



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Q Opening week sales records are shattered in 2000 with 
benchmarks set for the number of albums sold. Britney 
Spears' Oops.../ Did it Again. Eminem's The Marshall Mathers' 
LP, Limp Bizkifs Chocolate Starfish and the Hot Dog Flavored 
Water ana Backstreet Boys' Blacl< & Blue a\\ break the 
million-unit mark. 



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industry over copyright infringement. The popular online 
music sharing service, with over 60 million users, faces 
shut-down unless it can create a new business formula 
that satisfies the major recording labels. 



The Beatles begin 2001 atop the 
Billboard a\bum chart with the 
album 1. The CD sells more 
than S million copies over the 
holiday season. 

SIsqo, a member of the R&B 
band Dru Hill, goes solo In 2000. 
The singer tops the singles chart 
with "Incomplete" and "Thong 
Song" and takes home awards 
from Billboanl ami the American 
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Q American Marion Jones, 24, becomes the first woman to 
win five track and field medals m a single Olympic Games 
at the 2000 Summer Games in Sydney Jones wins ttie 100- 
and 200-meter sprints and tiie 4x400 relay, and finislies 
third in botii the 4x100 relay and long iump. 



!3 The New Yorl< Yankees defeat the New York 
Mets four games to one in the first "Subway 
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tour major tournaments to become the 
youngest player to win a career grand 
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NASCAR Winston Cup, his first after 
eight years on the circuit. Labonte 
and his brother Terry, winner of two 
previous Winston Cups, are the first 
brothers to win titles. 



A The Houston Comets beat the 
New York Liberty to win the 2000 
WNBA championship. The win is 
Houston's fourth in a row, and 
star Cynthia Cooper is named the 
finals MVP. 



A In the 2001 Orange Bowl, the 
underdog Oklahoma Sooners defeat 
the Florida State Seminoles 13-2 to 
win the National Championship. It 
is Oklahoma's first title In 15 years. 



A Australian Karrie Webb is named 
the LPGA's Player of the Year for the 
second time in a row. Webb wins 
seven titles in 2000, including the 
U.S. Women's Open in July, and sets 
an earnings record of $1.8 million. 



D Venus Williams dominates women's 
tennis. The 20-year-old has a 35-match 
winning streak, which includes the titles 
at Wimbledon and the U.S. Open as we 
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Q The Los Angeles Lakers win the NBA 
championship, the franchise's first in 12 years. 
The Lakers beat the Indiana Pacers in game six of 
the finals. Center Shaquille O'Neal is named MVP. 



I June, the New Jersey 
Devils win their second Stanley 
Cup in six seasons by defeating 
defending champion Dallas Stars 
four games to two in the finals. 
Scott Stevens wins the Conn 
Smythe Trophy for postseason MVP. 








The racing world Is stunned when 
NASCAR legend Dale Earnhardt Sr, 
a seven-time Winston Cup champion, 
Is killed on the last lap of the 
Daytona 500 In February 2001. 
NASCAR does not retire numbers, 
but car owner Richard Childress 
I said he wilt never again race 
Earnhardt's black No. 3 car. 

Xtreme Football debuts in February \ 
2001. The game combines 
conventional football rules with 
some of the mayhem of professional 
wrestling. Eight teams play in the 
league's first season. 



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A Laura Wilkinson overcomes 
three broken toes to win the 
women's 10-meter platform diving 
competition. Wilkinson Is the first 
American woman to earn the gold 
in this Olympic event since 1964. 



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Greco-Roman wrestler Rulon 
Gardner defeats Russian legend 
Alexander Karelin for the gold in 
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meter dash, becoming the first Aboriginal Australian to earn an individual 
Olympic gold medal. 







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beats out heavily favored Susie 
O'Neill of Australia to win the 200- 
meter butterfly. Hyman's winning 
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I Florida, wins the sixtti annual Ugly 
Couch Contest, sponsored by a 
slipcover manufacturer, with her 
vintage '70s entry. Prince and two 
other contest finalists appear on 
ABC's "Live! With Regis" in October 





n Comedian Dennis Miller debuts as co-announcer on ABC's 
"Monday Night Football." Miller's offbeat humor gets a mixed 
reaction from fans, and the series earns some of the lowest 
ratings in its 31-year history. 



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n Fred Rogers, host of the children's 
PBS show "Mister Rogers' 
Neighborhood," announces he will tie 
his tennis shoes for the last time, 
when his final new episode airs in 
August 2001. Rogers will continue to 
work on Web sites, books and special 
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cartoonist Charles M. 
Schulz.101 fiberglass 
Snoopy statues — each in 
a theme wardrobe — are 
displayed in Schulz's hometown 
of St. Paul. Several are 
auctioned off in October 
to raise money for 
aspiring cartoonists 




Video gamer Josh Griffith, 17, 
starts a business filling in for 
other gamers involved in an 
online roleplaying game called 
"Asheron's Call." Players are 
required to put in hours of 
game time to keep their online 
characters powerful. Busy 
executives pay Griffith up to 
$40 an hour to play for them. 

After a record 3,545 wins and 
$81 million In earnings during 
her 19-vear career, jockey Julie 
Krone becomes the first woman 
inducted into the National Racing 
Hall of Fame. 



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Q Controversial Indiana University 
basketball coach Bob Knight is fired in 
September after allegedly violating a 
University-imposed code of conduct. 
During his 29 years at Indiana, Knight 
was often criticized for temper 
outbursts. His dismissal provokes 
student protest demonstrations. 



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moves during the Greek 
Week's Lip Sync. 




Zetas anci Theta Chi win the Phi Mus show their disco 

banner ccintest during Greek mo\'es. 

Week. 



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Luke and Allison help Alpha ZTA's Amy and Erin and Theta 
Gamma Delta and Delta Sigma Chi's very own Jimmy Routh 
Phi win Lip Sync. rock the crowd. 




Phi Mu's and Pikes know how Sig's Adam Orlando shows his 
to jam in Lip Sync. suave moves with the lovely 

ladies of AGD. 



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Greek Week 

The Fun Goes On 



All the Greeks come together 
for pool activities. 

John Neidecker from Theta Chi 
watches over the poolside. 




Areyou ready to toga for Greek Meredith MacKoy is Brittnev 
Week 2000? Spears in Saran Wrap for Lip 

Sync. 



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These Gams do a fifty's tune in One fraternity brother does a 
their poodle skirts. bellvflop during pool games. 




Jon Hentz of Theta Chi puts This Lambda Chi Alpha gets 
on a great show. ready to swim in his leopard 

print swimwear. 



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Sisters at the Carnation Ball. 




The Chapter. Not pictured: 
LeAnn O'Malley, Gloria Biles, 
Brianne Russell, Mindy 
Wanzie, Christine Orcutt, « 
Markiesha Edgerton. 



Sisters relaxing in the lounge 




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Sisters take a quick break from volunteering at Duke 
Children's Hospital Annual Teddy Bear Ball to raise money 
for the hospital. 





Maeghan, Mandee, Amanda, Deneta, Jeanelle, Sylvia, and 

Veronica, Effie, and Lori get LeAnn spread the Lore of the 

ready for a night out at Hal- sisterhood, 
loween. 



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Zeta sisters march on the war 
path to Derby Day. 

The Chapter. Front: Susannah 
Brown, Heather Danie 
AUyson Ross, Christy 
Everhart, Brynne Fisher, Jana 
Cra\'en, Brooke Wharton. Row 
2: Kerri Cameron, Kelli 
Johnson, Kellev Bizon, Amora 
Williams, Tiffany Clark, Amy 
Powers, Mandy Space, 
Stephanie Wohlford. Row 3: 
Jennifer Franks, Stacie Goss, 
Jenna Todd, Rebecca Plescia, 
Erin Jackson, Amy Hanshaw, 
Jamie Denardo, Jennifer 
Layton, Angela McCloy. 



Zeta girls show their pride at 
the aquatic Greek Week e\'ent. 




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Officers. Susannah Brown, President; Kelli Johnson, VP; 
Brynne Fisher, New Member Coordinator; Erin Jackson, 
Membership; Jenn Layton, Secretary; Christy Everhart, 
Treasurer; Jana Craven, Historian Reporter; Amy 
Hanshaw, Ritualist; Mandy Space, Panhellenic. 




ZTA sisters smile with pride at the "Pamt the Cafeteria 
Pink" ser\'ice project. 




Sisters Amy Hanshaw, Erin 
Jackson, Christy Everhart, 
Brynne Fisher, Susannah 
Brown, and Mandy Space ha\'e 
fun celebrating Halloween 
during a meeting. 



Erin Jackson, Tiffany Clarke, 
Jana Craven and Cortney 
Goude are dressed to impress 
for fraternity drags. 



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Tracy Ray and April White 
share the spotlight. 




BJ Ercolino and Meredith 
MacKoy say cheese for the 
camera. 

The Chapter. Front: Melanie 
Wall, Alisha Choquette, Joelle 
Davis, Becca Marcus, Lauren 
Parnell, Stacy Monk, April 
White. Row 2: Carly 
MacAllister, Michele Grove, 
Corie Dixon, Katie Keyser, 
Johanna Reynolds, Tracy Ray, 
Tracy McVey,BJ Ercolino. Row 
3: Meredith McKoy, Vicki 
Hoots, Lauren Woodburn, 
Lauren Virgin, Jennv May, 
Kelly Larkin, Michelle Dell 'Osa, 
Michelle McKnight,Janie Jones. 
Row 4: Tori Belbusti, Kristvn 
Taylor, Beck\' Mendenall, 
Allison Augustine, Erin 
Dempsev, Erica Harper, Janet 
Robertson, Kelly Standridge, 
Laura Miller, Amy Loflin, 
LeAnn Durham. 



Jenny May, Becky Mendenall 
Melanie Wall, and Lauren Vir 
gin at the Luau. 



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Seniors. Front row. Katie Keyser, Tracy McVey, Becca 
Marcus, Tracy Ray. Row 2: Kristyn Taylor, Amy Loflin, 
Becky Mendenall, Jenny May. 




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Executive Council: Lauren Woodburn, Joelle Da\'is, Kristvn 
Taylor, Amy Loflin, Johanna Reynolds, Alisha Choquette. 




Janie Jones, Corie Dixon, Laura 
Miller, and Kelly Standridge 
are dressed up for fraternity 
drags. 



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Kelly Keslar concentrates on 
her cannon ball. 




The Chapter. Front: Megan 
Cramer, KristenGulbrandsten, 
Nikki Purdy, Vaneisha Paynter, 
Sara Ruseicki, Rorn Saren, Lea 
Newport. Row 2: Stefania lebba, 
April Emmerson, Jessica 
Walters, Rena Corwell, Melissa 
Males, Mandi Yoder, Jocelyn 
Paza, Terri Pistorio, Jill 
Chicalace. Row 3: Payal Patel, 
Candi Harbottle, Sarah 
Hubbard, Cammie Palmes, 
Amber Martin. Row 4: Kim 
Speck, Carolyn Hassett, 
Christianne Ellis, Brooke Weitz, 
Ashleigh Bowling, Erin Hall, 
Candi Hughes, Brenda 
Freeland, Kelli Keslar, Laura 
Zimmerman. Row 5: Laura Gra- 
ham, Jackie Smith, Emily 
Kalata, Hollis Mendenhall, 
megan Hoffman, Christine 
Honemond, Bekki Dion, Jessica 
Hunter, Jessica Proctor. 



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Executive Council: Bekki Dion, Panhellenic; Brooke Weitz, 
VP Standards; Jessica Proctor, VP Membership; Jessica 
Hunter, Secretary; Megan Cramer, President; Candi 
Harbottle, VP New Member Education; Christine 
Honemond, Treasurer; Rena Corn well, Asst. Treasurer; 
Jackie Smith, VP Public Relations. 




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Will Medlin pulls David Fai 
in the Homecoming Parade 



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Sean White and John 
Neidecker puts their two cents 
worth in the pot. 



The Chapter. Front: Alex 
Medina, Josh Geruso, Matt 
Boggs, Bob Fergason, Mario 
Noccito, Jason Bochalis. Row 
2: John Hentz, Nick Taddeo, 
Joe Vincell, David Faby, MJ 
Gimbar, Jeff Ca\in. Row 3: Will 
Medlin, Gary McMullin, Tim 
Hassett, Justin Gaynor, Shayne 
Sakson, Matt Fry. Row 4: Ke\'in 
Harrison, Matt Howell, John 
Griffith, Tom White, Chuck 
Pindell, John Neidecker, Sean 
White, TJ BeattN-, Mike Miller. 



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Seniors. Front: Tim Hassett, "Bouty". Row 2: Jon Hentz, 
Jon Griffith, Jeff Cavin, Will Medlin, Jason Bochalis. 








Executive Council: Jon Hentz, John Neidecker, Joe Vincell, 
Kevin Harrison. 





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The Brothers teamed up with 
the Alpha Gamma Delta so- 
rority to demonstrate their 
Greek pride in this banner 
hung in Slane Lobby 




Brett Wallin, Luke Martin, 
Scott Donely, and Eric 
Newman at Homecoming 
2000. 

The Chapter. Front: Mark 
Bulovas, Paul Isbell, Luke 
Martin, John Daly, Adam Or- 
lando, Pat McDermott, Jod 
McComb, Joe Simpson. Row 
2: Thomas Korrell, Greg 
Govonik, Eric Newman, Chris 
McComb, Michael Brewster, 
Keith Depre. Row 3: Seth 
Mattson, Drew VVvatt, Chris 
Crecelius, Oliver Schouten, 
Brett Wallin, Scott Donelv. 



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up and clean up at Crop Walk. 



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Executive Council: John Dalv, Treasurer; Eric Nev^'man, 
Pledge Educator; 01i\'er Schouten, Sgt -at-Arms; Scott 
Donley, President; Brett Wallin, Risk Management; Luke 
Martin, VP; Chris McComb, Secretarv. 







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Fall Rush 2000 - Brothers be- Sailors Ball - Celebration of 
fore meeting. pledges becoming new broth- 



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Jeremy Rash and Todd Carroll 
go for the last cup. 




The Chapter. Front: Joe 
Haubenhofer, Rich Mossman, 
Todd Carroll, Mike Moore, 
Chris Dyson, Mark Morgan, 
Matt Waite. Row 2: Jeff 
Mulford, Bobby Pray, Bill 
Crook, Brian Taylor, Zach 
Frisco, Andrew Wright, Ed- 
ward Johnson, Adam Da\'is. 



Pikes at a Regional Conference 



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Executive Council. Chris Dyson, Secretary; Brian Taylor, 
VP; Bobby Pray, VP; Matt Waite, Pledge Educator. Not 
shown: Dan Carr, President; Charlie Weitz, Sgt-at-Arms; 
Mike Turner, Treasurer. 




Homecoming 2000 



Dream Girl 2000 



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Lev, Shaun, and Chris 
"Jumpin' Jumpin'" at the Lip 
Sync Contest. 

The Chapter. Front: Ste\-e Blair, 
Chris Corrigan, Ryan 
McMahon, Jason Wenzel, Tim 
Dooty. Row 2: Steven Voges, 
Esteban Gonzalez, Chris Scott, 
George Taylor, Greg Carter, 
Alex Walker, Joe Bekheit, Scott 
Carpenter. Row 3: Brad Capps, 
Jeremy Hood, Mitch Rabb, 
Trey Muller-Tyme, Shaun 
Johnson, Jon Bandy. Row 4: 
Jim Isphording, Lev 
Shellenberger, Jason 

Bland ford. 



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Seniors: Greg Carter, Lev Shellenberger, Nate LeMaire, 
George Taylor. 



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Executive Council. Front: Ste\'e Voges, Risk Manager; Jon 
Bandv, VP; George Taylor, President; Shaun Johnson, 
Rush Chairman. Row 2: jim Isphording, Alumni Chair- 
man; Trey MuUer-Tvme, Scholastic Chairman; Esteban 
Gonzalez, Fraternitv Educator; Le\' Shellenberger, Ritual- 
ist; Rvan McMahon, Treasurer; Josh McCov, Secretary. 





Ryan McMahon at the Food Hanging out after the annual 
Share. Alumni vs. Undergrad frisbee 

game. 



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Odyssey Club 



Row 1 : Cerra Fisher, Erynne Clark, Cathy Campbell. Row 2: Charity Kates, Sarah, Misty Dills. Not pictured: Stephanie Fishel, Blair, 
Byrd, Kevin Bailey, Laura Foster, Christine Hansen, Samantha Routh, Rilev Rees, Jennifer Sebert. Advisor - Fredrich Schneid. 




Freshman Class Officers 



Chara Freeman, Laura Foster, Samantha Routh, Rile\' Rees, Kristen Puckett. 



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Panhellenic Council 



Front row: Rans Triplett, Mandy Space, Emily Hunter, Johanna Revnolds. Row 2: Erin Jackson, Leslie Ashton, lackie Bailey, 
Meredith MacCoy, ICelly Standridge, Jocelyn Paza. 




Interfraternity Council 



Front row: Chris Jones, John Neidecker, George Taylor, Dustin Varner, Brian Taylor. Row 2: Kevin Harrison, Jimmy Routh, Bret 
Wallin, Luke Martin, Greg Carter. Row 3: Justin Gaynor, Scott Donley, Chris Scott, Esteban Gonzalez, Dan Carr. 



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Apartment Community Council 



Front row: Chrissy Haney, Sarah Heldreth, Misty Dills. Row 2: Matt Norman (Advisor), Baraon Heinemann (President), Wendy 
Fisher (Secretary). Not pictured: Wendy Francis (Treasurer), Dana Yates, Samantha Routh, Nicole Tarantino, Kurt Ellison (SGA 
Rep.) 




Front: Dankinette Gibson (VP), Ayanna Butler (President). Row 2: Ronnie Bellizaire (Treasurer), Justin Byrd (Secretary). 



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Biology Majors Club 



Row 1: Dr. Linda Curtis, April Sparks, Kim Glover, Charity Kates, Lorpu Dunbar, Megan McDade. Row 2: Meriboth Traml, Mistly 
Dills, Eliza Hammond, Stacey Kline, Tracie Locklear. Row 3: Dr. Chuck Smith, Dr. Gerald Smith, John Can tt, Dr. Fred Yeats, Shelley 
Dodson. 




90.3 WWIM The Enigma 



Row 1: Janiya Shantae Johnson, Steven Johnson, Len Gibson, Doug Herring, Jamyl Sharper, Carly Moon, Kelly Burdoo, Tara 
Theile. Not pictured: Kristy Whitaker, Justin Wood, Aisha Campbell, Joe Vincell, Juli Docimo, Jim Barkalow. 



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Volunteer Services 



Nicholas Williams, Amanda Rogers. 




Student Activities Board 



Row 1 : Laura Case\-, Sarah Bran\on, Maggie Alston. Rov\' 2: Amanda Rogers, Joelle Da\'is, Haley Dejarnette, Jacquelynn Sharpe. 
Row 3: Ste\-en Coard, Jennifer Sebert, Mike Christensen, Monica Da\'id, Tana Hill, Kristy Lomax. 



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Men's Cheerleading 



Row 1; Jimmy Routh, John Griffith Neal Gallagher. Row 2: George Gouge, Taylor Humphreys, Henry Clark, Adam Pressley, 
Nicholas Karwoski. 




Women s Cheerleading 



Row 1: Misty Johnson, Renee Ridout, Amanda Yoder, Vaneisha Paynter. Row 2? Ashley Goodrich, Kristin Hiatt, Shannon 
Shattuck. Row 3: Christy Brown, Lindv Maness, Kieran Fitzgerald, Heather Carnegie. 




Alpha Delta Theta 



Row 1: Maria Carroll, Kathy Watson, Anna Draughan, Kelly Shamberger. Row 2: Meredith Valentine, Kelli Owen, Heatheri; 
Woodson, Sherry Burden. Row 3: Pam Schwartz, Tiffany Grzan, Kristen ReMine, April Sparks, Jennifer Cross, Cheri Eddy, Ashleyii 
Warren. Row 4: Darlene Brito, Tiffany Pruett, Anna Stowe, Wendy Francis, Kelly Preddy, Mandy Hedgecock, Beth Judy. 




Alpha Phi Omega 



Row 1: Amanda Rogers, Jennifer Roddy, Allyson Wood, Mandy Hedgecock, Cathy Roberts. Row 2: Dawn Eagan, Amber Boyea, 
Laura Cossaart, Cat Bush, Donalee Goodrum-White, Heather Hehl. Row 3: BJ Coggins, Donna Venable, Jeffrey Harm, Jessica Seitz, 
Preston Barbour. 



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Home Furnishings Club 



■low 1: Mary Ann DiMaio, Randi Komisar, Courtney Baker, Rvan Cecil, Bryan Robbins. Row 2: Mary Beth Goodrick, Chark^s 
iVashington, Kelly Green, Johanna Reynolds. 




Multi-Cultural Programming Board 



,^ow 1: Pam Fox, Chris Huff, Eliza Hammond, Rashavvn Moore. Row 2: Felicia Shepard, Maggie Alston, Lorpu Dunbar, Charity 
^.Cates, Nikita Jones, Jackie Sharpe, Monica David. 



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Young Democrats 



Judy Waters, Sara Roach, Maria Carroll. 




College Republicans 



Row 1: Jonathan Bandy, Samantha Routh, Jimmy Routh, Jessica Hunter, Jennifer Helsey, Dominic Watkins. Row 2: Esteban 
Gonzalez, Trey Muller-Thym, Dr. Linda Petrou (Advisor), David Gouge, Juli Docimo, Adam Browne, Victoria Steele, George 
Coggins. 



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Outdoor Activities Club 



Row 1: Brent Smith, Darren Ball. Row 2: Rachel Smith, Christy Day, John Gantt, Tony Cottrell. 




Complex RA Staff 



Row 1 : Tommy Rich ( ARD). Row 2: Pam Foxx, Ericka Inverse, Haley Dejarnette, Nikita Jones, Eliza Hammond, Nicole Carter. Row 
3: Bessie Fleming, Stephanie Scott, Narelle Henry, Kristy Morrison (AD), Kelly Shamberger, Jessica Healan. 



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Finch Hall Staff 



Front: Chris Hooks, John Neidecker, Raymond, Gary Wingfield. Row 2: Bill L'Eplattenier, Billy Blohm, David Duggan (AHD), ,]; 
Darius Mooring. a 

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Delta Mu Delta 



Row 1: Sara Heldreth (President), Dr. Richard Bennington (Advisor), Dankinette Gibson. Row 2: Patrick Mayer (VP), Nick 
Woodward (Treasurer), Nate Bell (Secretary). 



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Genesis Gospel Choir 



Row 1: Mardochee Alexis, Nikita Jones, Jennifer Lyons, Sophia Kosh, Tiffany Hairston. Row 2: Cvamon Coley, Carol Adeyemi, 
Valerie Harris, Dedra Gibson, Eliza Hammond, Bessie Fleming, Charity Kates. Row 3: Sammv Gbemi, Len Gibson, Femi Gbemi, 
Derek Gibson, Dominic Watkins, Tim Hubbard. 




Senior Class Officers 



Row 1: Stefania lebba (VP), Justin Wood (Legislator). Row 2: Amber Lewis (Treasurer), Payal Patel (President). 



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SGA Executive Committee 



Front: Mindy Wanzie (Treasurer), Jenny May (President), Megan Cramer (Judicial VP), Haley Dejarnette (SAB President), Joelle 
Davis (Social VP). Row 2: David Gouge (Legislative VP), Nathan Bell (Attorney General) Jonathan Vandy (Secretary). 




Student Government Association 



Legislative Delegates 



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American Humanics 



Row 1: Jonathan Bandy (President), Maria Cole-Perez (Secretary), Pamela Palmer (Advisor). Row 2: Mandy Hedgecock, Helen 
Waters, Nicholas Williams, Monica David, Natalie Corbin. 




Apartments Complex Staff 



Row 1: Jennifer Layton, Matt Norman (AHD), Mindy Wanzie, Markiesha Edgerton. Row 2: Jocelyn Paza, Jeanelle McKenney, 
Wendy Francis. 



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Dance Team 



Front: Stacy Monk, Kelly Standridge. Row 2: Colleen Fitzgerald, Allison, Augustine, Lauren Woodburn. 




College Bowl Team 



Sarah Cra\'en, Jennifer Sebert, Laura French, Maggie Petreska. 



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Black Cultural Awareness 



Row 1: Sophia Kosh, Robin Snyder, Tonita Holland, Subria Williams, Jassica Winston, Nikkia McCalla, Mellissa Henderson, 
Keoda Brown. Row 2: April Leeks, Gary Wingfield, Shea Evans, Jackie Sharpe, Jainiya Johnson, Scean Quintana, Maggie Alston. 
Row 3: Alex Howard, DeAndre Willison, Kelly Rodriguez, Amber Lewis, Jennifer Lyons, Shannon Moxley, Len Gibson, Stephanie 
Ampomsah, Kahlea Hunter. Row 4: LaShawn Elam, Kendria Brown, JA Taylor, Jamison Nunn, Derek Gibson, Monica David. 




In Memory 



Bryce Ward 
IVlay 3, 1980 - March 24, 2001 



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Creating a commu- 
nity for 

2001. 



What will you miss the most when 
you leave High Point University? 



"I will miss the close-knit dorm family that 
I have established over the last three years. 
I love you guys!" 

Nikita joiies 
MnrtimviUc, VA 



"I will miss the friendliness and personal 
approach of the Computer Science and 
Math faculty, their openmindedness to new 
research ideas, and willingness to vvork 
with students far beyond the call of duty." 

Alex A. Tumanov 
Odessa, Ukraine 

"1 am going to miss Betsv's delicious cup- 
cakes and cookies in the office of Student 
Life." 

BillL'EpIattenier 




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"Mostly I will miss the 
friendly community of 
High Point." 

Megan Cramer 
Washington, DC 



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