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A Paws in Time 



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1924 to 1959 





•jjf 1924 - Yadkin College's doors open for the first time as High Point College. 
<j^# 1925 - The first football team is formed. 

«j£# 1929 - Male Students were allowed to 
stop wearing dress coats to class. 

ijjp 1930 - There were 232 day students attending HPC 

•£« 1936 - The Hi-Po (HPC newspaper) published 
protests against war and violence. 

•jjt 1937-1938 - 52 people earned degrees from High Point College. 
•£« 1939 - Carl Sandburg Spoke about WWII. 

•V« During World War Two 32 High Point College Students died. 

•jfy 1943 - 326th College 
Training Detachment ar- 
rived. They were an air 
trained unit that lived on 
campus and attended six 
core classes. 



May Day 

Long before High Point College had homecoming, 
we had a celebration called May Day. May Day 
was an event that was held in the beginning of 
spring, and like homecoming there were May Day 
parades, dances and even a May Day queen. 









♦V< Football 




Men's Sports from 1924 to 1959 



•jty Tennis 

•£« Volley Ball 



Women's Sports from 1924 to 1959 
•£j Tennis •£« Volley Ball 

Badmitten ^Tumbling 

Field Hockey «£« Soft Ball 

Archery 




1946 Tower Players forms a drama club. 




•^* After the War men 
outnumbered 
women 3 to 1. 



»£« 1950 The Football Program is cancelled. 

«j£* 1950 The Soccer Program is cancelled. 

*V# 1954 The first play ("Our Town") was performed in the new memorial Auditorium. 

♦V* 1957 The first Basketball game was won in the New Alumni Gym (Harrison Gym). 



The picture to the right is a 
photo of High Point College's 
soda shop. The soda shop was * M 
housed in the basement of 
what is now Harrison Gym. 



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HIGH POINT 
UNIVERSITY 




Table of Contents 



President Martinson 
President Bush 
STUDENT LIFE 

Collage 

Hump Day 

MPC 

Crop Walk 

Orientation 

Derby Day 

Homecoming Parade 

Homecoming 

Genesis 

SAB Events 

Volunteer Center 

Class of 2002 

Clubs 

Sports 

Greek 

Collage 

Young Cubs 

Faculty 

EDP 

Undergrad Classes 

Seniors 

In memory of... 

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Inspire? 



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From me President 




The entire High Point University 
community unites in congratulating 
a wonderful class - the Class of 2003. 
You have acquaint yourselves realis- 
tically with possibilities and limita- 
tions. 



Throughout your years here, we have observed much in our world that is unattractive. We 
have observed gross inhumanity, corporate corruption, greed and selfishness. However, we 
have observed the reverse of all this as well. We have seen much that is noble, decent, honor- 
able and self-giving - much that gives all of us hope! The students at High Point have always 
given us hope for the future. We, the faculty, staff and friends are proud of you. 

One of the great joys of university life is the formation of rich friendships. Of course, friends 
of all ages have contributed to our happiness and have been of inestimable value to us in times 
of distress; but the pleasure of having found new and wonderful friends of our own age, those 
with the same values and aspirations, is a special joy which cannot be limited to words. Many 
of these friends will be inwardly, if not outwardly, with us for the rest of our lives. Thus, we 
are rich! 

I should like to remind you of one simple thing. Material gifts are fine, but sometimes we 
pay too high a price for them. Friendships, value systems, faith in God and love are all impor- 
tant. So, I challenge you with the immortal words of St. Paul: Fight the good fight - finish the 
course - keep the faith. 












July 25, 2002 was not a typical day for High Point University students and faculty. Extreme 
measures of precaution were taken; roads were blocked off, snipers graced our campus, and 
if you did not have a ticket, you could not go pass Slane Center. This day was described by 
a student that was able to see and hear President Bush speak. 

"Getting to see President Bush this summer was an experience I will never forget. Millis 
was crawling with Secret Service, the media everywhere, and by the time all 2000 of us were 
inside, there was a great feeling that we were all sharing a historical event that most people 
do not get to experience. Besides all the chaos, we were in a room with the leader of our free 
world, despite our differences or political issues, joining together to hear what our President 
had to say." Andrew Mclntyre 





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Right: McPherson Clay Bond is really 
showing their talent. 

Bottom right: Trever Yip Hoi and 
friend eave the crowd a taste of soul! 



Below: Hardworker Sarah, and guest 
take time out to chat and take a pic- 
ture during Hump Day Cafe. 

Everyone is enjoying the middle of 
the week while they sit back and lis- 
ten to some good music. 




Far right: Trevor, who is an excellent 
artist returning for the third time. 



Right: Rodie Ray expresses a song that she 
wrote. 




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Far left: Look at the master show his 
inner strength breaking blocks. 

Right: People enjoying MPC's pool 
party. Some choose to stay in the 
water while others hung out on the 
side- 



Below: Guys taking a break from all 
the laughter, music and fun to get a 
bite to eat and something to drink. 




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Left Corner: Shana, Sophia, Tyeshia, 
Steph, and Subira enjoyed the discus- 
sion and dinner with MFC. 

Left: Janiya seryes Erica chicken 
strips and cookies at the pool party. 

Abo\e: Take a good look at some real 
martial arts! 




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What do you do on your spare time? These people have good hearts and they 
spent their Saturday afternoon walking, greeting, and unifying to help save the 
community. 



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ORIENTATION 




SOS waits for freshmen to Ericka creates her winning Amber and LaShana showing their pearly whites, 

pick up purple packets strategy at bingo night 




Vernon helps a freshman student and their parent move in 
during orientation 



The RA's singing "Girls just wanna have fun" at karoke 
night. They were really having fun! 



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Q: What works better for you, lecture or hands on? 
A: 60% said Hands On, 30% said Lecture 



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Q: Did you have a car freshman year? 
A: a.) YES b.) NO 




Do you prefer Bush or Gore? 

Is Bush pushing for war or peace? 

Was going to college to please yourself or your parents? 



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How do you deal with difficult people who are in a 

position of power in higher education? 

A.) Need Based. 

B.) Talk to them in a mature manner. 

C.) Deal with them for as long as you possibly 

can. 
D.) Sit down and have a little chat about 
teamwork. 

E.) If they respect me I respect them we are all equal 
in God's eyes and we all deserve respect. 



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(left): Last year's Homecoming queen 
takes a moment to congratulate Tim 
Hubbard, our 2002-2003 Homecom- 
ing king. 

(below): Janai and LaShana gives us a 
taste of true friendship. 





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(left): "Are you through yet, we're 
ready to dance!" 



(above): Our Student Life Staff 
Betsv, and Dan the RA posing 
with this year's 1st runner up, 
Pam Foxx. 




(above): Gin and Joy doing what 
they do best! 




(above): As you can see, every- 
one enjoys Homecoming. 

(left): The 2002-2003 Home- 
coming court takes one last 
moment. 



(below): Here we have an 
inseperable couple. 




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(jCIMSis Gospel (hot 



Below: They dance to an in- Below: Sing unto the Lord for 
spirational song to show their he is mighty, 
grace and give thanksgiving 
to God. 



Below: Everyone listens care- 
fully to hear the good word. 




Psalms 66 

1 Make a joyful noise unto God. all ye lands: 
: Sing forth the honour of his name: make 
his praise glorious. 



John 1 



Revelation 1 



1 In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was 
with God, and the Word was God. : The same was 
in the beginning with God. s All things were made 
by him; and without him was not any thing made 
that was made. 4 In him was life; and the life was 
the light of men. 5 And the light shineth in darkness; 
and the darkness comprehended it not. 



1 Corinthians 11 



8 1 am Alpha and Omega, the beginning 
and the ending, saith the Lord, which is. 
and which was, and which is to come, 
the Almighty. 14 His head and his hairs 
were white like wool, as white as snow: 
and his eyes were as a flame of fire; ' 5 
And his feet like unto fine brass, as if 
they burned in a furnace; and his voice 
as the sound of many waters. 

Lord Jesus the same night in which he was betrayed took bread: 24 And when he had given thanks, he brake it, and said, Take, eat: this is my 
body, which is broken for you: this do in remembrance of me. :? After the same manner also he took the cup. when he had supped, saying, 
this cup is the new testament in my blood: this do ye, as oft as ye drink it, in remembrance of me. : " For as often as ye eat this bread, and 
drink this cup. ye do shew the Lord's death till he come. :? Wherefore whosoever shall eat this bread, and drink this cup of the Lord, unwor- 
thily, shall be guilty of the body and blood of the Lord. :s But let a man examine himself, and so let him eat of that bread, and drink of that 
cup. 29 For he that eateth and drinketh unworthily, eateth and drinketh damnation to himself, not discerning the Lord's body. ,0 For this cause 
many are weak and sickly among you, and many sleep. '' For if we would judge ourselves, we should not be judged. ,: But when we are 
judged, we are chastened of the Lord, that we should not be condemned with the world. " Wherefore, my brethren, when ye come together to 
eat, tarry one for another. M And if any man hunger, let him eat at home: that ye come not together unto condemnation. And the rest will I set 
in order when 1 come . 

**All scrptures taken torn the New Kin? James Version. ** 

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Right: Ron Barrow gets everyone into Below: Louis Jones shows off his tal- 
it with his wonderful voice. ent while the rest of the choir follows 

his lead. 





Director of Genesis: Pastor James Brown 




President of Genesis: Pamela Foxx 



Alumni and ex-president: Valerie Harris 



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President: 

Markiesha Edgerton 
"The Volunteer Cen- 
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about time manage- 
ment and organiza- 
tional skills which will 
be useful in our future 
endeavors. We have 
prided ourselves in 
being professional at 
all times in order to 
accomplish all the 
tasks we had this past 
year." Volunteer 
Center Staff 




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Campus Crusade 




Genesis Gospel 




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Chapel Choir 




Front Row: Michele Collins, Lea Petrini, Jen Morgan, Phifer Powley, Ashley Tickefoose, Young Hwan Cho, Chris 

Holmes. 

Second Row: Christian Barnes, Brittay Susko, Jeanelle McKenney, Josh McAffe, Chris Hussey. 

Back Row: Alicia Whedon, Laura Cossaart, Andrea Griffith, Amanada Troy, Christy Brown, Adam Canevazzi. 



University Singers 




Briana Warner, Nicholas Adams, Amanda Troy, Mike Maykish, Josh McAfee, Sara Huntt, Chris Holmes, Michele 
Collins. 



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Fellowship of Christian Atheletes 




Front Row: Stephanie Amonsap(Captairt), Keith Gates. 
Back Row: Jimmiy Burchette(Advisor), Ken Diaz(SGA Rep. 
Not Pitcured: Cebronica Scott(Co-Captain). 



Tower Players 




Row 1: Mike Tarara, Christy Brown(Secretary). 

Row 2: Katie Estler, Ashley Wells, Emily Stilwell, Pam Grier(Vice President), Victoria Steele(President), Ben Allen, 

Virginia Provencher(Historian). 

Row 3: Amanda Troy(SGA Rep.), Gabe Herlinger, Heidi Fisher, Chirs Holmes, Clifford Smith(Treasurer), Seaton 

Carter. 



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Alpha Delta Theta 




Row 1: Pamela Holley. 

Row 2: Pam SchwartzfSocial Chair), Lauren Bridges. 

Row 3: Laura Foster, Amy Galbraith(Pledge Trainer), Ada Hernandez. 

Row 4: Kelly Preddy(Vice President), Marissa Swaim(Co-Chaplain), Emily Parker(Secretarv), Alicia Whedon(Alumni 

Correspondent). 

Row 5: Summer Green(President), Mary Law(Co-Chaplain). 



Kapa Delta Pi 




Row 1: Heather Wood, Michelle Dellosa, Angela Howard, Ericka Inverso, Gina Spencer, Jill Hunt. 

Row 2: Kelly Beeson( President), Kelly Shamberger, Millie Inscoe, Donna F. Underwood, Mindy Richardson, Stacev 

Stewart. 

Row 3: Chris Bartlett, Valorie McMahan, Tammy Hemric, Leann Maness, Sharon Peeler. 



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Senior Class Representatives 




Front Row:Matt Fry(Treasurer, Secretary), Jeanelle McKenney(Legislator), Kevin Harrison( President). 
Back Row:Allison Augusrine(Legislator), Mandi Yoder(Vice President), Rena Cornwell(Legislator). 



Alpha Psi Omeg 




Christy Brown, Virginia Provencher, Victoria Steele. 



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Jen Morgan(Legislator), Jason Water(Secretary' 
Not Pictured: Joe Fritz(President). 



Freshman Class Representative 




Justin Cooper) Legislator), Scott Mooney(Presicient). 
Not Pitcured: Brittney Stein(Vice President). 



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Student Activities Board 




Front Row: LaShawn Elam(President), Tiffany Cherry, Elaine Monrov, Chukeya McCalJ, Jen Morgan, Nicole 

Barnes, Monica Jackson, J. "Tank" Floyd, Adviser. 

Back Row: Chris Michener, Jennifer Sebert, Alex Howard, Jason Straw, Mark Polanis, Jamyia Clark, Clifford 

Smith. 

International Club 




Row 1: Dr.Rafael Llorens, Adviser; Maki Ozaki, Emma Nordin, Robert Lindle, Anna Stridh, Maggie Petreska, JP 

Batinta, Amy Jones. 

Row 2: Henry Rugshipt, Mai Matsushima, Zyrafete Osmani, Simona Foltvn, Patricia Grate, Andriy Shevtson. 

Row 3: Linda Ahmeti, Courtney Cahill, Tim Hubbard, Philip Whalley, Patricia D'Arcy. 

Row 4: Manaby Nakamura, Thomas Sjoberg, Mike Tolman, Dr. Barbara Mascali, Advisor; Chris Archer, Annika 

Meyerson, Anni Svensson. 



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Multicultural Programing Committee 




Tiffany Cherry(President), Erica Cunningham, Tamar Dickerson, Stephanie Amponsah, Janiva Johnson, Sophia 
Kosh(Vice President), LaShawn Elam. 

Black Culture Awareness 




Row 1: Justin Pickney. 

Row 2: Keoda Brown(Secretary), Ebony Jarret, Angie Swann(Horizon Editor), Monica Watts, Jewels Blaunt, Janiya 

Row 3: Shantana Strickland, Leslie Council(Volunteer Coordinator), Nicole Gardner, Subira Williams(Treasurer), 
Pam Foxx, Sophia Kosh, Judy Waters, Nicole Barnes, Brandy Stomps, Tiffany Cherry(Co-President). 
Row 4: Kendria Brown, Shea Evans, Janai TaliaferrofSGA Rep.), Stephanie Amponsah, Laura Ryans, Malcom 
Gethers, Jassica Winston, Lashawn Elam, Timothy Hubbard(Justice of the Peace), Lisa Toomer, Derrick Tanner, 
Sholanda Bowles, Justin Cooper, PJ Daniels(Co-President). 



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MISA 




Magdalena Petreska, Jonrtie Davis, Le Rae Rice. 



College Democrats 




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Row 1: Chris Gardner(President), Nicole Barnes. 

Row 2: Judy Waters, Lauren Gibosn(Secretary/Treasurer), Monica Jackson, Clifford Smith(Vice President). 

Not Pictured: Alton Mosely(SGA Rep.), Bonnie Wilson, Maria Carroll, Brittany Stein, Theresa Capers, Brian Becker. 



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College Republicans 

Hi^li Point University 

CoILefig Rzbublman, 




Front Row: Sarah Seitz, Jonathan Miller, Mary Julia Grogan, Heather Daniel, Courtney Cowan, Dr. Linda 

Petrou(Advisor). 

Second Row:Allison Saviello, Heather Nicolini, Jannifer Hebert, Drew Mclnryre, Jason Walters, Casey Swain. 



North Carolina Student Legislature 




Front Row: Adrienne Furio, Jonathan Miller. 

Back Row: Ashley Carter, Sam Closic, Dr. James W. Corey(Advisor), Genevieve Dunaj. 

Not Pictured: Kevin Bailey, Afton Mosley, Craig Chadwell, Heather Dicolmi. 



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Zenith Yearbook 




Front Row: Jeffrey Floyd(Advisor), Melissa Caudill, DJ Djaniants, Nicole Barnes, Brandy Gibson, Chanel Grady(SGA 

Rep). 

Back Row:Ali Wassell, Kelly Beeson, Anna Stridh, Rebecca Richardson, Neese Smith(Editor). 



Campus Chronicle 




Front Row: Gena Smith, Patricia Mitchell (Assistant Editor), Bill Piser. 

Second Row: Harry Leach(Editor in Chief), Nicke Doval, Jocelyn Paza(Greek Editor), Katie Estler( Arts & Enterainment 

Editor), Drew MclntyrefOpinion/Editorial Editor). 

Last Row: Dr. Micheal Gaspeny( Advisor), Andrea Griffith, Kathleen Mclean, Kenny Graff(Sports Editor), Dennis Kern. 



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WHPU Radio 




Front Row: Pamela Holley, Kathleen Hayes, Kristin Mali, Erin Yale, Marisa DeSanto(Station Manager), Doug Cobb, 

Janiya Johnson(SGA Rep.), Joe Taureck, Dave Morelli. 

Second Row: Jennifer Puskar(Accounts Manager), Sam Closic, Joseph Fritz(Business Manager), Samantha Lord, 

Andrew White( Promotions Director), Greg Brown(Advisor), Dennis Kern, Justin Cooper, Curtis Duncan, DeKesha 

Seay. 



Volunteer Club 




Clifford Smith and Markiesha Edgerton. 



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Model UN 




Front Row: Maggie Petreska, Jonathan Bandy(President), Genevieve Dunaj. 

Second Row: Jonathan Miller, Amy Jones(Secretary), Kathleen Carter(Advisor), Anush Djaniants. 

Not Pictured: Simona Foltvn, Anna Stridh, Hunter Gray, Jason Walters, Judy Waters, Sam Closic(Vice President), 

Patricia Mitchell, Afton Mosley, Juli Docimo, Drew Mclntyre, David Mckelvey, Kelly Beeson. 



Home Furnishing Market Club 




Front Row: Anna Clinard, April Lawrence, Christy Reid, Molly Tripp (Treasurer), Krista Aglio, Kara Bingham. 
Back Row: Paul Guay, Laura Miller(Vice President), Richard Benmngton(Advisor), Sam Closic, Holly Barker, Scott 
Anthony Williams(President), Annika Meverson(SGA Representative). 



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Habitat For Humanity 




Joshua McAfee(Co-President), Kristy Brantham, Mary Law(Co-President), Heather Stewart(SGA Rep.), Tiffany 
HarrisfSGA Rep.), Stewart Relyea(Tresurer). 



Art Club 




Row 1: Kristen Sigmon, Anna Potthoff, Steve Blair, Andrea Wheless(Advisor),Jessica Pennell. 

Row2: David McKelvey, Tiffany Hairston, Emily Stihvell(SGA Rep.), Ashley Goodrich, Patricia Grate, Kelly Green ( Vice 

President), Candace Heen. 



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Student Government Association 
Executive Council 





Front Rowrjennifer Roddy(Executive Vice President), Samantha Routh(President), Carolyn Hassett(Legislative Vice 
President), LaShawn Elam(Social Vice President). 

Back Row:Samuel Closic(Treasurer), Dana Yeates(Judicial Vice President), Markiesha Edgerton(Secertary), Christo- 
pher Hooks(Attorney General). 

Student Government Association 




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Belk RA Staff 




PJ Daniels, Gena Smith, Garret Wingfield, Shannon O'Brien, Andrew Mclntyre. 



Complex RA Staff 




Front Row: Stacy Stewart, Tiffany Cherry, Ericka Inverso, Markiesha Edgerton. 

Back Row: Patricia D'Arcy, Laura Foster, Stephanie Sharp. 

Not Pictured: Adriana Lima, Pam Foxx, Cathy Roberts, Ashley Goodrich, Kelly Shamberger, Joanne D'Angelo. 



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Missing in ACTION!! 



American Chemical Society 

Harold Freeman, Jamie Bowman, Stewart Relyea 

Students For Environmental Awareness 

Ben Blumel(President), Sarah Moore, Megan Powers, Gena Smith, Patricia Grate, Anna Linhart, David Gouge(Advisor). 
Scott Williams(VicePresident), Abby White. 

Junior Class Representatives 

Susan Bury(Legislator), Lindsey Silva(Vice President), Christie McGroarty(Legislator), Ashley Bosche(President). 

Adam Cannavasi( Legislator). 

Finch RA Staff 

Chris Hooks, Matt Fry, Raymond Harp, Kirk Rudder, Dan Gariepy, Igor Filipovic, Taylor Humphreys, David Duggan. 

Apartments /Millis RA Staff 

Stephanie Scott, Jocelyn Paza, David Gougr, Narelle Henry, Sean Duggan, Magdelena Petreska, Samantha Routh, Virginia 
Provencher, Connie Wicks, Jeanelle McKenney. 

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Alpha Gamma Delta 



Zeta Tau Alpha 



Lambda Chi Alpha 



Pi Kappa Alpha 



Biology Club 



Investment Club 



Odyssey Club 



Outdoor Activities Club 



Alpha Chi Honor Society 



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Double play! 

Kevin Burch throws it to 3rd for the 

out! 



S-wing batter! 

A panther up to hat 



Hit a homer! 

#23 Dan Jones up to bat 




Winding up tlie pitch. 

Junior Clayton Gordner prepares to 

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Row One: Matt O'Neil, Ken Keesey, Matt Richardson, Craig Demaree, 

Chris Hvatt, Kevin Burch, Michael Lowman, Colin Cronin, Chris Yinar, 

Justin Keegan, Jayson Hoffman. 

Row Two: Chris Chandler, Nick Thompson, DJ Hendricks, Ryan Lurate, 

Dave Reynolds, Coach Phil Maier, Coach Sal Bando, Jr, Coach |ohn Eberle, 

Amiri Hutchison, Greg Davis, Pat Dennis, Dan Jones, 

Row Three: Riley Gostisha, Ryan Thiede, David White, Rusty 

Bodenheimer, Clayton Gordner, John Cavanaugh, Hank Suhr, Kemp 

Smith, Phil Leake, Nick Zaio, Andy Harney. 




In the huddle. ■•/ pledge allegiance.... " 

The team prepares for the game by players show their respect to the coun- 

taking a minute to pray and offer en- trv before beginning the game, 
couraging words. 



In the 2002 season, three 
players were honored at 
the Big South Conference. 
Ryan Thiede was named 
second-team All-Confer- 
ence, Kevin Burch was 
named to the All-Aca- 
demic Team, and John 
Cavanaugh was named to 
the All-Tournament Team. 



ighlights 



During Coach Bando's first 
season, the Panthers (26- 
31) posted their highest 
victory total since joining 
the NCAA Division I 
ranks, and enjoyed its best 
season since 1990, when 
the Panthers went 32- IS. 



Cross Country 



Results 



date 



meet 



result 



8/30/02 App State 5th/7 

9/7/02 Hagan Stone 4th/7 

9/21/02 Winthrop 5th/10 

9/28 Great American 13th/22 

10/5/02 Hagan Stone lst/17 

10/12/02 ECU 5th/7 

11/2/02 Conference 5th/8 




Row One. Melissa Caudill. Jamie Vetten. Erin Kelly. Stephanie Cabarcus, 
Tracy Warring Row Two: Coach Al Barnes. Asst. Coach Jimmie Burchette, 
Catherine Lewis, Lindsay Zerance. GinnyGielen, Asst. Coach Tim Langford 



Results 



date 



meet 



result 



8/30/02 App State lst/9 
9/7/02 Hagan Stone lst/21 
9/21/02 Winthrop lst/9 
9/28 Great American 13th/25 
10/12/02 ECU lst/16 

11/2/02 Conference lst/8 




Row One Bubba Hill. Taylor Milne. Jeff Fairman, Jon Renner. Chris 
Pereschuk. Kevin Scola. Mike Szalach. Matt Goodale, Jared Prunty Row 
Two Coach Al Barnes. Asst. Coach Jimmie Burchette, Dan Gariepy, Nick 
Adams, Tommy Evans, Mike Salamone, Alex Baikovs, Derek Nakluski. 
Niran Piliay, Asst, Coach Tim Langford 



Stretching Qui 

Freshman runner, Lindsay Zerance 
stretches out her hamstring the dav 
before the big race. The team pre- 
views the course the night before a 
big race so that they can be well pre- 
pared for the race. 










On November 2nd, 2002, 
the men's cross country 
team became the first Big 
South Conference Champi- 
ons in the history of HPU. 
They won with 29 points over 
Coastal Carolina's 70 
points. 



Highlights 



Receiving All Conference 
honors for the panthers were 
Tommy Evans (2nd place), 
Jeff Fairman (3rd place), Tay- 
lor Milne (5th place), and 
Adrian Hill (6th place). 




The women's team im- 
proved on their 6th place 
finish from last year, by plac- 
ing 5th in the Conference 
meet this year. 



Coach Al Barnes received 
the Big South Coach of the 
Year Award. He is the first 
coach from High Point to 
receive that honor. 



Racing to She finish 
Junior, Niran Pillav, ran a personal 
record at the Conference meet. He 
finished 7th for the panthers, but was 
disqualified in the finishing shoot 



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Give it your all 

Freshman Tracy Warring, pushes her- 
self during the last mile. This is an 
important part of the race because 
everyone is tired, but it comes down 
to who has the most guts and heart. 



Running Strong 

Senior Tommy Evans and sophomore 
Jeff Fairman run together during the 
race. Both earned All Conference 
honors by placing 2nd and 3rd re- 
spectively. 




Oh your mark.... 

At the start of the Conference meet at 
IVinthrop University, freshman 
Catherine Lewis waits for the gun. 
Those crucial seconds before the gun 
goes off are the most nerve wracking. 




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Team togetherness 

The girls team poses for a picture. 
With two girls out for the season be- 
cause of injuries, the team was very 
small this year. 



We me the champions! 
For the first time ever, High Point has 
a Conference Championship win' The 
team placed 8 runners in the top 15. 
No other team came close. The sea- 
son was very successful for the pan- 
thers. Fixe out of six meets they came 
in first. 



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Row One: Coach Jerry Tertzagian, Annika Meyerson, JP 
Batista, Jennifer Messick, Johan Dorfh, Patricia D'Arcy, 
Neil Hammell, Connie Wicks, Thomas Sjoberg, Anna Stridh, 
Mike Tolman Row Two: Chris Archer, Jennifer Rabanal, 
Phil Whalley, Emma Nordin, Robert Lindhe, Simona Foltyn, 
Casey Degnan. Not Pictured: Bob Ferguson 




Highlights 



The men's team finished 
fourth in the Big South Con- 
ference, while the women's 
team placed third. 



Annika Meyerson was the 
MVP for the women's team. 
And Thomas Sjoberg was 
the MVP for the men's team. 



After the spring semester in 
2002, the men's tennis team 
had the highest GPA of all 
athletic teams followed bv 
the women's tennis team 
with the second highest. 




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The best games were the 
defeat oxer Elon, Confer- 
ence rivals. And beating 
Campbell for the first time 
ever. 



Despite having seven new 
freshmen on the team, the 
team bonded quickly. 



The volleyball team was the 
only team with no C's or 
worse at mid-terms. 



Here's the game plan.. 

Coach Georgette Crawford and A 

sistant Coach Tahira Dock discu: 

strategies. 



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Volleyball!" 



Date 


Opponent 


Result 


8/30/02 


App State 


LO-3 


8/30/02 


Mercer 


L 1-3 


8/31/02 


UNC Asheville 


L2-3 


8/31/02 


UNC Wilmington 


L 1-3 


9/3/02 


Duke 


LO-3 


9/6/02 


Winthrop 


L 1-3 


9/7/02 


UNCGreensboro 


L2-3 


9/7/02 


Marshall 


L 1-3 


9/10/02 


NC State 


L2-3 


9/13/02 


Mercer 


LO-3 


9/13/02 


Wofford 


W3-2 


9/14/02 


UNC Asheville 


Ll-3 


9/17/02 


UNC Asheville 


Ll-3 


9/24/02 


Liberty- 


LO-3 


9/28/02 


Western Carolina 


LO-3 


10/1/02 


Winthrop 


Ll-3 


10/6/02 


Birmingham -Sou them 


W3-1 


10/8/02 


Radford 


Ll-2 


10/11/02 


Elon 


W3-2 


10/15/02 


Campbell 


W 3-2 


10/18/02 


Charleston Southern 


L2-3 


10/19/02 


Coastal Carolina 


LO-3 


10/29/02 


Winthrop 


LO-3 


11/1/02 


William & Mary 


W3-2 


11/2/02 


UNC Asheville 


LO-3 


11/3/02 


Birmingham-Southern 


Ll-3 




Row One: Heather Brooks, Terri Eriksen, Ashlev Roth, Coralee 
Auppperle, Janelle Stouf fer, April Shields, Casi Baker Row Two: Coach 
Georgette Crawford, Kimberly Wright, Courtney Wilson, Lindsay 
Steinhaus, Tracyann Pryce, Kamarsha Ryan, Jaime Kutz, Kirsten Payton, 
Asst. Coach Tahirah Dock 



Bump' Set! Spike! 

Freshman Kirstin Payton humps the 

ball for her teammates to set. 



Co Panthers! 

The team huddles together before a 

game 



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Golf 



Date 




Tournament Site 


Time/Result 


9/21/02- 


9/23/02 


Elon/Sea Trail Sunset Beach, N.C. 


7th/ 13 


10/7/02 - 


10/8/02 


CSU Fall Invitational Charleston, S.C. 


9th/12 


10/21/02 


- 10/22/02 


Pirate Fall Invit. Greenville, N.C. 


15th/ 19 


10/28/02 




Old Dominion/Seascape Kitty Hawk, N.C. 


13th/15 


11/3/02- 


11/4/02 


Liberty Fall Classic Savannah, Ga. 


8th/8 


11/18/02 


- 11/19/02 


Winthrop/Mission Inn Orlando, Fla. 


13th/ 13 












Row One: Gordon Hughes, Matt Cromer, Ross Miller, Craig Grunwald. 
Row Two: Matt Brooks, David Syrian, Coach JB White, Chad Westfield. 



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VICTORY. 




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Take it to the hoop! 

Sophomore, guard, Joe Knight takes 

a shot. 



Get open! 

Dustjn Win Weerdhuizen throws the 

ball in. 



Go Panthers! 

The team huddles before a game 




Watching the game Looking for the open player 

Head Coach, Jerry Steele watches the Senior, forward Ron Barrow with th 

game from the sidelines. ball 



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Jump Ball! Get it 1 Get it! 
Center Kashawn Hampton in the 
jump ball at the beginning of the 
game. 



H Men's Basketball 




Block the ball! 

Junior, forward, Brent Halsch blocks 

a shot by a Vanderbilt player. 



Date 


Opponent 


11/22/02 


Northern Arizona 


11/23/02 


Central Conn. State 


11/27/02 


Clemson 


12/3/02 


Kentucky 


12/5/02 


The Citadel 


12/15/02 


Vanderbilt 


12/17/02 


Campbell 


12/21/0 


Washington State 


12/28/02 


Campbell 


12/31/02 


Unc Greensboro 


01/04/02 


Radford 


01/09/03 


Liberty 


01/11/03 


Coastal Carolina 


01/13/03 


Charleston Southern 


01/18/03 


Birmingham Southern 


01/25/02 


Elon 


01/27/03 


UNC Ashville 



Result 
W 70-65 
W 74-63 
I. 65-91 
L 64-84 
L 67-82 
L 75-81 
L 80-99 
L 71-78 
W 79-76 
W 81-74 
W 81-67 
L 70-74 
L 75-77 
L 66-75 
L 60-64 
L 61-65 
I 60-64 




Row One: Dannv Gathings, Matt Anderson, Joe Knight, Brent Halsch, Jeff 
Allen, Dustin Van Weerdhuizen, Joe Knight Row Two: Asst. Coach 
Stephen Barber, Ron Barrow, Issa Konare , John Stonehocker, Jeremy 
Mccall, Josh Fowler, Kashawn Hampton, Asst. Coach Darren Kohne, 
Head Coach Jerry Steele 



iqh ights 



Danny Gathings was 

named the Big South 

Conference's Player of the 

Week on January 6th, 

2003. He averaged 25.7 

points, 9.3 rebounds, and 

3.0 steals. 

Dannv Gathings, Joe 
Knight, and Dustin Van 
Weerdhuizen are the lead- 
ing high scorers tor the pan- 
thers. 



Dustin Van Weerdhuizen 
was named preseason All- 
Big South and league's 
"Most Versatile Player" by 
Lindy's. 



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Somen's Basket 




Date 

11/24/02 
11/26/02 
11/27/02 
11/30/02 
12/02/02 
12/04/02 
12/07/02 
12/13/02 
12/14/02 
12/17/02 
12/30/02 
01/02/03 
01/04/03 
01/08/03 
01/11/03 
01/13/03 
01/22/03 
01/25/03 
01/29/03 



Opponent 

Western Carolina 

Gardner-Webb 

Longwood 

Campbell 

Wake Forest 

Furman 

NC A&T 

Iowa State Ames 

Centenary Ames 

Clemson 

Tusculum 

UNC Ashville 

Birmingham-Southern 

Radford 

Coastal Carolina 

Charleston-Southern 

Liberty 

Elon 

Winthrop 



Result 

L47-7 
W 65-40 
W 64-49 
W 59-58 
L 32-82 
W 52-51 
W 79-34 
L 46-10 
W 83-56 
L 54-86 
W 57-41 
W 59-40 
W 59-56 
W 64-53 
W 57-47 
L 54-91 
L 53-71 
L 63-64 
W 56-55 



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Row One: Katie O'Dell, Keauna Vinson, Debbie Ruiz, Misty Brockman, 
Cebronica Scott, Narelle Henry, Shannon O'Brien Row Two: Asst. Coach 
Heather Macy, Asst. Coach Dee Pennix, Stephanie Scott, Gina Rosser, 
Sarah Haak, Emily Mills, Kate Jenner, Chanel Thomas, Coach Tooey Lov 



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Senior, guard, Misty Brockman goes 

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Racing down the court 

Senior, guard, Cebronica Scott takes 

the ball down the court to score. 



Man to Man... 

Freshman, forward, Katie O'Dell 

guards her man. 



oin the Club! 

Misty Brockman was inducted into 
the 1000 point club on January 8th, 
2003. Against Radford, she scored 26 
points, tying her career high. 




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was named Big South Player 
of the week January 13th, 
2003. 



High scorers for the pan- 
thers were Misty 
Brockman, Norelle Henry, 
and Sabrina Scott. 



Highlights 



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Men's Socce 



Date 

08/30/02 
09/06/02 
09/08/02 
09/10/02 
09/14/02 
09/21/02 
09/25/02 
09/28/02 
10/02/02 
10/05/02 
10/09/02 
10/12/02 
10/16/02 
10/19/02 
10/23/02 
10/26/02 
11/02/02 
11/07/02 
11/14/02 



Opponent Result 

West Virginia L 0-1 

Marshall" L 0-3 

UNC Wilmington L 1-2 

Liberty T 1-1 

Charleston Southern IV 3-0 

Davidson W 2-1 

Winthrop L 0-7 

Mercer Macon L 1 -5 

ECU L 0-2 

Mount Olive W 4-1 

Applachain State 1. 2-6 

UNC Green boro L 2-3 

Elon L 1-5 
Birmingham Southern VV 2-1 

UNC Asheville L 0-1 

Coastal Carolina L 0-5 

Radford L 0-3 

Campbell L 1-2 

Coastal Carolina L 3-0 




High ights 



Senior goalkeeper Eric 
Lona was named to the 
Big South's All-Academic 
Team for the fourth time 
in four vears. 



Kenzo Tochiki, Barry 
Mitchell, and kirk Rudder 
were the top three leading 
scorers with five, four, and 
three goals respectively. 



High Point junior 
midfielder Kenzo Tochiki 
was named to the All-Big 
South second team. 



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Women's Soccerh 



Date 

08/30/02 
09/01/02 
09/04/02 
09/12/02 
09/15/02 
09/21/02 
09/25/02 
09/28/02 
10/04/02 
10/09/02 
10/12/02 
10/17/02 
10/23/02 
10/26/02 
10/30/02 
11/02/02 
11/07/02 
11/08/02 



Opponent 

East Carolina 


Result 

Ll-3 


Rider 


W4-1 


VCU 


L 1-5 


Liberty 

UNC Wilmington 


Tl-1 
LO-4 


Birmingham-Southern 


W2-0 


North Carolina State 


L 0-5 


UNC Asheville 


LO-2 


San Francisco 


L0-1 


Coastal Carolina 


L2-3 


Radford 


T 2-2 


Davidson 


L 1-2 


Elon 


T 2-2 


Charleston Southern 


W 3-1 


Duke 


L0-6 


Wofford 


TO-O 


Coastal Carolina 


W5-0 


Radford 


L0-3 



After the game 

Beth Mork and Emily Lanham after 

the Conference Tournament. 



At an away game 

From L to R: Chelsi Parado, Kerry 
Muscolina, Emily Lanham, Carolyn 
Bader, and Lena Svensson. 



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High scorers for the 
panthers were Jen Evans 
with 6 goals, Wendy 
Williams with 5 goals, and 
Emily Lanham with 5 
goals. 



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Beth Mork was the 
Panther Cup winner and 
team MVP. 




On the bus 

Left: (from L to R) Beth Mork, Kerry 
Muscolina, Ileen Mazeika, Emily 
Lanham, Stacev Meonter, and Chelsi 
Parado on the way to an away game. 



All Conference Awards! 
Bottom Left: Lena Svensson, Jen 
Evans, and Emily Lanham show off 
their plaques for being selected to the 
All Conference Second Team. 



In the Locker Room 

Bottom Right: The team ready for a 

game! 




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Get Ready. 

Ryan Ellis takes off from the starting 

blocks. 



Use your arms! 

Sophomore, Ken Diaz throws the shot 

put. 



Stride for Stride. 

Junior, Mike Salamone races 1(1,000 

meters. 




And they're off! A r '^ k °f Panthers! 

Chris Pereschuk (3rd from the right) Tommy Evans, Mike Salamone, and 
in the start of the 3000m steeple chase. Niran Pillay pace themselves in the 

10,000 meter run 



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Hand it off. 

The 4X400 meter relay team in an 

exchange. 



HMen's Tracks 





Row One: Ashley Davis, Anion Posey, Dan Gariepy, Nicole 

Callaham, Enka Holder, Denise Montgomery, Gina Rosser, Lindv 

Manness, Ginny Gielen, Cricket lndra. 

Row Two: Alisha Hopkins, kirk Rudder, Tommy Evans, Jared 

Prunty, Mike Salarnone, Niran Pillay, Melissa Caudill, Stephanie 

Cabarcas, Sam Sandusky, Jamie Vetten, Alex Baikov. 

Row Three: Blake Williams, Ryan Ellis, Stephanie Amponsah, 

Melissa Henderson, Derico Cooper, Denise Morgan, Shalonda 

Bowles, Mike Christensen, Jeff Fairman, Taylor Milne, Chris 

Pereschuk. 

Row Four: Coach Al Barnes, Jennifer DeTrolio, JR Taylor, Tv 

Hines, Eddie Filipovic, Kia Westhrook, Asst Coach Tim Langford. 



Highlights 



Conference Champions 
included Tommy Evans in 
the 5,000 and 10,000; Alex 
Baikovs in the 800; and 
Taylor Milne in the 1 500. 



Tommy Evans set a new 
school record in the 10,000 
meters with a time of 
30:40. He also set a school 
record in the 5,000 meters 
with a time of 14:26. 



The team finished fourth 
at the Big South Outdoor 
Track and Field Champi- 
onships, held April 20, 
2002 at Liberty University. 



Sophomore, Taylor Milne 
broke the school and 
conference record in the 
1500m run with a 3:45:42. 
This time nearly earned 
him a spot in the NCAA 
National Meet. 



Push Yourself! 

Senior, Dan Gariepy runs the 1500m 

run. 



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Row One: Ashley Davis, Aaron Posey, Dan Gariepy, Nicole 

Callaham, Erika Holder, Denise Montgomery, Gina Rosser, Lindy 

Manness, Ginny Gielen, Cricket Indra. 

Row Two: Alisha Hopkins, Kirk Rudder, Tommy Evans, Jared 

Prunty, Mike Salamone, Niran Pillay, Melissa Caudill, Stephanie 

Cabarcas, Sam Sandusky, Jamie Vetten, Alex Baikov. 

Row Three: Blake Williams, Ryan Ellis, Stephanie Amponsah, 

Melissa Henderson, Derico Cooper, Denise Morgan, Shalonda 

Bowles, Mike Christensen, Jeff Fairman, Taylor Milne, Chris 

Pereschuk. 

Row Four: Coach Al Barnes, Jennifer DeTrolio, JR Taylor, Tv 

Hines, Eddie Filipovic, Kia Westbrook, Asst Coach Tim Langford. 



Through the Fumh. 

Sophmore Nicole Callaham finishes 

her race. 



ighlights 



At the Conference meet on 
April 20th, 2002, the 
women's team placed 
third out of eight teams, 
their highest finish ever. 



For the 2002 season, 
Conference champions 
included Kia Westbrook 
in the 400m, Denise 
Morgan in the long jump, 
and the 4x400 relay team. 



New School Records: 
Denise Morgan, 
Cricket Indra, Kia 
Westbrook, Nicole 
Garner, Nicole 
Callaham, Amber 
Chastain, 4X100m 
relay team (Roxie 
Stennett, Tiffany 
Cherry, Ty Ryans, 
Stephanie Amponsah) 
4X400m relay team 
(Denise Morgan, Kia 
Westbrook, Melissa 
Henderson, Stephanie 
Amponsah). 




Last minute advice 

Denise Morgan chats with Coach Al 

Barnes before the start of the race. 



Run Hard' 

Jamie Vetten pushes herself in the 

5000 m run. 



Get Set! 

Kia Westbrook starts the 400m race. 



ump for it! 
Denise Morgan participates in the long 

ump. She got the school record of 
6.04m. 




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Go the Distance! On your Mark... 

Junior Cricket Indra competes in the Stephanie Amponsah prepares for the 

5000 meter run. start of the race. 



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Row One: Jackie Coleman, Ben Diffenederfer, Melissa Coloton, Chris 
Bartlett, Justin Ollis, Lauren Parnell, BJ Ercolino, Kelly Bizon Row Two: 
Michael Ashton, Emily Rintz, JamaalCottman, JoshGeruso, Lexi Boswell, 
John Capozzolo, Kelly Shamberger, Chris Archambeault Row Three: 
Laura Yeager, Alex Howard, Emily Deck, Kara Mendenhall, April Church, 
Steve Garner, Sarah Branvon, Jennifer Sebert 



A bloody situation 

Sarah Braynon takes care of a 

blood injury during a soccer 

game. 




Docs this hurt much? Icing down 

Senior Kelly Shamberger Steven Garner wraps volley- 
checks out an athletes knee. bal1 player, Jamie Kutz, knees 

after practice. 




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Stretching out 

Alex Howard stretches base- 
hall player Chris Hyatt. 




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To the sisters of Zeta Tau Alpha, 
Thank you all so much for helping me create so 
many wonderful memories over the past four vears. 
Because of you, mv time at High Point University 
has been amazing. Each of you holds a very special 
place in my heart, and I will always cherish the 
times we have spent together. I love vou girls! 
ZLAM, 
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Middle: There are people that 
will never be forgotten. 



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Jennifer Bickling 
Tonya Brewer 
Kim Cakal 
Shalisha Dupree 




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Frankie Hemingway 
Debra Lane 
Kevin Lowman 



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Sarah Martin 
Benevia Mock 
Jill Nelson 
Tammy Stout 



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Donna Underwood 



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Jerem) Allen 
Gabriel Allium 
Hussam Alrumaih 



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Daniel Anacker 
Mathew Anderson 
Lienne Anderten-Smith 
fenny-Lind Angel 



Christopher Archer 
Kathleen Arendshorst 
Julian Arey 
Kimher Atkinson 
Coralee Aupperle 



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Christopher Barksdale 
Timothy Barrett 
Molly Bayard 



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Renea Bethea 



Rhonda Bethea 

Brittanv Bingham 

Lisa Bingham 

Amee Blackburn 

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Hobie Bohlen 
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Kylee Borges 
Todd Boswell 
Lisa Bouchard 



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Heather Brooks 

Jamie Brovver 

Ryan Brown 

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Anna Bueno 

Cara Burak 

Brandon Burke 

Allison Burrow 




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Rachelle Campbell 
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Heather Carpenter 
Shvmetris Carson 
Ashley Carter 



Daniel Carter 
James Casterline 
Audrey Cecil 
Phillip Chadwell 

Matthew Christie 



Jamyia Clark 
Kerry Clodfelter 
William Clodfelter 

Charles Coffey 
Michael Cohen 



Hillary Cole 
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Justin Cooper 
Vincent Corts 
Johnson Cory 



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Colin Cowne 

Robert Crouch 

Zachary Cuffe 

Anne Davis 



Mary Davis 

Bethanv Da\-oll 

Alexander Denkovich 

Jeremv Dennis 

Diana Detty 



Jennifer Digbv 

Joshua Doane 

Brendan Donahue 

Colleen Donovan 

Jennifer Dovle 



Curtis Duncan 

Matthew East 

Lauren Eck 

Garrett Elkins 

Teresa Eriksen 



Jennifer Evans 

Jennifer Faig 

Erin Farrington 

Joshua Farrington 

Christopher Ferguson 




114 



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Ashley Ferrell 
Erin Filbin 
Kevin Finan 
Lauren Flaim 
Secunda France 



Katrina Franklin 
Kristen Freiburger 
Doreen Fuhrman 
Matthew Gammon 
Christian Garcia 



Mark Gilbert 
Christoper Gillette 
Meghan Gleason 
Richard Goforth 
Matthew Goodale 



Belinda Gorman 
Patricia Grafe 
Lauren Greaves 
Joshua Greenberg 

Natasshia Guess 



Sarah Haak 
Joyce Haima 

Precious Hall 
Tamika Hall 
Matthew Hammond 



115 



James Hand\ 

Shanathan Hanson 

Patrick Hardman 

Nicole Harper 

Caitlin Hart 



Sylvia Harwood 

Tasha Haston 

Ryan Havs 

Joy Heavlow 

James Herlinger 



Kelly Hewitt 

James Hiatt 

Brandon Hill 

Brandon Hill 

Erin Hipps 



Nie Hnuong 

Christopher Hogan 

Judd Hood 

Tobias Hoskins 

Travar Hoyle 



Stephen Huang 

Jennifer Hudson 

Shane Huffman 

Shannon Hunt 

Sarah Huntt 




J 10 




Brandon Ingram 
Tama Inurrigarro 
Chaquetta Johnson 
Cory Johnson 
Jamie Johnson 



Joyce Johnson 
Trade Johnson 
Tiffany Junious 
Erin Kelly 
Jeffrey Kipp 



Amy Riser 
Heather Knighton 
Ryan Kokajko 

Christopher Kostic 
Sarah Krebs 



Courtney Lambeth 
Erica Lassiter 
Kathrvn Lawrence 
Kathrvn Lebaube 
Catherine Lewis 



Peter Lin 
Anna Linhart 
Kate Litwin 
Jennifer Luis 
Matthew Luongo 



117 



Robin Lyles 

Erin Mabe 

Kristin Mali 

Patrick Mallon 

Brett Maloley 



Adrian Manns 

Kimberly Marks 

Kaci Martin 

Katherine Martine 

Virginia Marvin 



Mai Matsushima 
Brittany Matthews 

Jermaine McCain 

Sean McCloud 

Lindsay McFarlane 



Shalonda McKoy 

Lauren McRae 

Bridget Mears 

Jessica Metters 

Janice Miles 



Amanda Miller 

Jonathan Miller 

Shana Miller 

Anthony Miranda 

Latisha Moats 




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118 




#^Nn 




Louis Monu 
R\ an Moomaw 
Scott Moonev 
Esha Moore 
Sarah Moore 









David Morel li 
Megan Morone) 


A 






Tanya Morris 






Amber Moser 


a 






[vana Mrvalj 




Amber Murdock 
Stephen Musten 
Susan Nabinger 
Manabu Nakamura 

Mark Neptune 



Candace Newman 
Heather Nicolini 
Brvan Niedenberger 
Andrea Nixon 
Emma Nordin 



Danielle Nowlin 
Daniel O'Brien 
Meghan O'Brien 
Melissa O'Dell 
lames O'Gorman 



119 



Byron O'Hare 

Jamison Ollis 

Zyrafete Osmani 

Lisa Osterberg 

Megan Painter 



Rachelle Parks 

Chelsi Parrado 

Shireen Parsi 

Amish Patel 

Christopher Payne 



Joseph Payne 

Kirsten Payton 

Michael Peddycord 

Victoria Pence 

Tiffany Perree 



Erin Teters 

Tarah Phipps 

Justin Pinvan 

Mark Polanis 

Andrea Powell 



Meghan Powell 
Melissa Powell 
Megan Powers 

Jaminah Presley 
Angela Price 




120 




Antwan Price 
Alicia Pye 
Jennifer Rabanal 
Marie Ratchford 
Erica Ran 



Jonathan Renner 
Matthew Renner 
Rebecca Richardson 
Brandon Ridge 
Clark Roberton 



Kristofor Robinson 
Patricia Roth well 
Lauren Ruge 
Tisina Samaroo 
Junaid Savani 



Allison Saviello 
Anna Sawyer 
Matthew Sayers 
Tammv Schina 
Kevin Scola 



Charev Scott 
Dekesha Seay 
Sarah Seitz 
Candvce Sellars 
Carrie Shank 



121 



Joshua Shifleh 

Justin Shore 

Stephanie Shore 

Mark Shores' 

Phillip Shumaker 



Clarence Siler 

Michelle Simpson 

Thomas Sine 

Nathan Sink 

Darrin Sita 



Jeff Sloboda 

Melissa Smile 

Adam Smith 

Allie Smith 

Cameron Smith 



Keelv Smith 

Madison Smith 

Shannon Smith 

David Smith-Rohrberg 

Heather Sneathen 



Joelle Solomon 

Jeffrey Spahr 

Katharine Sparks 

David Spinks 

Sarah Sporck 




122 



■MMHMB 




Anna Springs 
Candice Stanley 
Brittany Stein 
Heather Stewart 
Jenelle Stouffer 



Jason Straw 
Brittany Susko 
Annie Svenson 
Lena Svensson 
Michael Szalach 



Derrick Tanner 
William Tarrant 
Hisari Taya 
David Terrell 
James Thompson 



Michael Thompson 
Robert Thompson 
Alex Tolbert 
Michael Tolman 
Lisa Toomer 



Lydia Torres 
Michael Twomblv 
Brandon Valentine 
Visnja Varga 
Ginnine Vietro 



123 



Keauna Vinson 

Ashlev Vogel 

Gregory Vontress 

Angelia Wallace 

Benjamin Wallace 



Patrick Walsh 
Briana Warner 

Jacob Warner 
Tracy Warring 

Alicia Wassell 



Chaquonna Watson 

Monica Watts 

Herik Webb 

Kelly Webb 

Brian Webster 



Deborah Weigand 

Paige Welch 

Jamie Weller 

Ashlev Wells 

Phillip Whalley 



Allison Wharton 

Jav Whisenant 

Tanya Whitaker 

Abby White 

Kellie White 




124 




Whitney Wilcox 
Shameka Williams 
Wendy Williams 
Shayna Willis 
Latanya Wilson 



Natasha Wilson 
Sarah Wilson 
Catherine Wise 
Daniel Wolff 
Ni'Esha Wongus 



Robyn Wood 
Marian Woolfolk 
Erin Yale 

Ashlee Zatwarnytsky 
Lindsay Zerance 



Ashley Zickefoose 



125 






Krista Adkins 

Krista Aglio 

Lamonica Agnew 

Joseph Anthori) 

Julia Antonelli 



Holly Bailey 

Joshua Barclay 

Lindsay Barnes 

Heidi Bitler 

Shalonda Bowles 



Jay Bo/man 
Adrian Brantham 

I auren Bridges 

Megan Broe 

Matthew Brooks 



kellv Brown 

Meghan Brown 

Vernon Bryant 

Jamie Burnham 

Dakia Bvrd 



Courtney Cah ill 

Shaun Canada) 

Steven Carlin 

Melissa Caudill 

Meehan Chase 



126 





Samuel Closic 

Pedro Colom-Beauchamp 

Ashley Cox 

Courtney Creasman 

Sarah Criscolo 



Erica Cunningham 
Horace Daniel 
John Demsky 
Jennifer Detrolio 
Suzanne Dexter 



Kenneth Diaz 
Bethany Dorsett 
Jason Dunlap 
Brandon English 
David Ervin 



Katie Estler 
Amelia Feeny 
Simona Foltyn 
Rohbie Foust 
Jon Frank 



Donna Frasher 
Wendy Frazier 
Masanao Fujimoto 
Adrienne Furio 
Amy Galbraith 



127 



Elizabeth Garst 

Oluwa-A-Dupe Gbemi 

Selam Gebre 

Savada Gilmore 

Lasana Gongba) 



Mario Gonzalez 

Haruka Goto 

Hunter Gray 

Megan Greene 

Pamela Grier 



Andrea Griffith 

Keiron Guischard 

Mary Gulino 

Alicia Gunzenhauser 

Tiffany Harris 



Zachary Hartley 

Kris Hartman 

Carmen Haskins 

Ashley Herndon 

Jenna Hill 



Tyrone Hines 

William Hollingsworth 

Crishauna Horsley 

James Jackson 

Kelly Johnson 




128 




Megan Kavlor 
Natalie Knoll 
Christina Konecke 
Mary Law 
April Leeks 



Ileana Lopez 
Samantha Lord 
Ghislaine Louissaint 
Emily Markis 
Lindsev Martell 



Michael Maykish 
Jennifer Mayo 
Andrew Mclntyre 
Matthew McKinney 
Kathleen McLean 



Christopher Michener 
Johnny Mitchell 
Patricia Mitchell 
Ashley Morgan 
Denise Morgan 



Jennifer Morgan 
Sondra Morris 
Damien Morrison 
Afton Mosley 
Kana Mukunoki 



129 



Derek Nakluski 

Kellie Neighborgall 

Thuy-Viet Nguyen 

Miki Ogi 

Naomi Omorebokhae 



Maki Ozaki 

Chanson Pak 

Emily Parker 

Chris Perry 

Justin Pinknev 



Anna Potthoff 

Virginia Provencher 

Wesley Rabh 

Elizabeth Rath von 

Stewart Relvea 



Etienne Reyes 

Kathrvn Rickard 

Heather Rogers 

Kelly Rushin 

Megan Russell 



Robert Salerno 

Melissa Schroeder 

Talia Shelton 

Gena Smith 

Lisa Smith 




130 




Michelle Snedeker 
Tiffany Snellen 
Chelsea Sparks 
Emily Stihvell 
Shantana Strickland 



Joel Stubblefield 
Casey Swain 
Mindy Swaney 
Michael Tarara 
Detra Tate 



Amanda Troy 
Tamekia Turnbul 
Kristen Via 
Laura Wachter 
Kelly Watt 



Alicia Whedon 
La'Shunyne Wilkes 
Jason Williams 
Alexis Winning 
Lara Wittstadt 



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131 





Ajani Adams 



Oluropo Adeyemi 

Stephanie Amponsah 

Angel Ashton 



Michael Ashton 

Mary Bailey 

Elizabeth Baker 

Dustin Baldwin 



La Kvita Bittle 

Ivy Boggs 

Ashley Bosche 

Amber Boyea 



Roger Branning 

Stacey Brelsford 

Philip Brookshire 

Keoda Brown 



Michael Bruschuk 

Susan Burv 

Adam Canevazzi 

Constance Cannon 



132 





Sherissa Chapman 
Tiffany Cherry 
April Church 
Miehele Collins 



Brianne Coone 
Sarah Czvz 
Willis Davis 
Feremy Dicus 



Antonio Donnel 
Tiffany Dowdy 
Nedra Dozier 
Jason Dudley 



Genevieye Dunaj 
Oto\ r we Edu\ie 
Betsy Edwards 
Lashawn Elam 



Wallace Epperson 
Glenn Fell 
Justin Flook 
Avion Fryer 



133 



Nicole Garner 

Nicole Garner 

Keith Gates 

Oluwasanu Gbemi 



Brandy Gibson 

Julie Goodin 

Chanel Gradv 

Brent Halsch 



Nick Hammer 

Sarah Hanson 

Raymond Harp 

Jannifer Hebert 



Jonathan Hedrick 

Robbie Hedrick 

Meredith Hendrix 

hll Hennie 



David Hilfstein 

Kendra Hoover 

Sarah Horton 

Alex Howard 




134 




Timothy Hubbard 
Laura Humphreys 
Kristin Indra 
Kellie lenkins 



Janiya Johnson 
Amy Jones 
Mary Joyce 
Matthew Kniginyzky 



Sophia Kosh 
Kevin Leacla 
Jeremy Lemaster 
Stephanie Lewis 



Adriana Lima 
Robert Lindhe 
Michael Love 
lennifer Lyons 



Latova Malone 
Ai Matsumoto 
Brian McAbee 
Christina McGroartv 



135 



James Moore 

Travis Motsinger 

Brent Mvers 

Lynn Nicolaisen 



Shannon O'Brien 

Sayoko Oda 

Charles Pearce 

Magdalena Petreska 



William Piser 

Adam Pressley 

Mary Puckett 

Natalie Ratcliffe 



Christy Reid 

Ray Rojas 

Samantha Routh 

Amber Royal 



Kamarsha Ryan 

Laura Ryans 

Jennifer Sebert 

Stephanie Sharp 




136 




Shannon Shattuck 
April Shields 
Thomas Sjoberg 
Victoria Smith 



Selda Tahirovic 
Molly Tripp 
Estella Veach 
Bobby Wagoner 



Martha Walker 
Verntisha Walker 
fohn Wanger 
Kendra Weaver 



Joslyn Webb 
Maria Winfrey 
Jassica Winston 
Dana Yates 



Laura Yeager 



137 



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138 





Dimple Aildasani 



1. Dan Garipey with the 
two beautiful women, Mrs. 
Orcutt and Pam Foxx. 

2. Melissa Caudill and 
Tommy Evans glance over 
a Runners World Maga- 
zine. 





"DON'T BE AFRAID." 
ANNIK.A MEYERSON 

"ALWAYS FAITHFUL." 
DANIELLE EAKES 



. "DON'T SACRIFICE 

\ """ 'Li WHAT YOU WANT 

THE MOST FOR WHAT 
YOU WANT NOW." 
JP BATISTA 





Christopher Bartlett 



James Bastien 



T.J. Beatty 



Megan Bee 



3. Casey Degnan enjoying 
a banana split ice cream a 
little too much. 



4. Erica Inverso taking a 
break from work. 







Jesse Blalock 




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Mindy Berrier 



Maeghan Birkett 



Kellev Bi/on 



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Available 




Tonya Brewer 



Gail Bricker 



Tonya Brooks 



141 





'I'VE GOT TWO REA- 
SONS FOR SUCCESS 
AND I'M STANDING 
ON BOTH OF THEM.' 
BY BETTY GRABLE 
Anna Stridh 



James Brown 



Kendria Brown 



Kevin Burch 





Matthew Carter 



Laura Casev 



1. Amora Williams, 
Kelley Bizon, and 
Heather Daniel. 

2. Jennifer Roddy gives a 
speech. 



3. JP Batista and Chris Scott 
at Homecoming 2002. 



4. Seniors taking time out 
to relax at the last dance. 




Christopher Corrigan 




Heather Daniel 



Patricia D'Arcy 



Joanthan Davis 



Casev Degnan 




'YOU'VE GOT TO 

BELIEVE DEEP 

INSIDE YOURSELF 

THAT YOU ARE 

DESTINED TO DO 

GREAT THINGS. ' 

BY JOE PATERNO 

Chris Hyatt 





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Jose Dominguez 




Stacey Stewart with 

date having a good 

time. 





Markeisha Edgerton 



Daniel Edwards 



Allison English 



Anthony Estes 




Amy Powers, Heather Daniel, and Tiffany Clarke enjoy their last year of 

sisterhood. 



McKenzie Burkhardt and Amora Williams 
giving us that senior smile. 




Nicole Fodel 




Cyndi Frazier 



Matthew Fry 



Lauren Gammon 



Donna Garcia 



1. Annika Mayerson giv- 
ing us a taste of that Swed- 
ish dance. 

2. Two guys and a girl. 
Casey, Molly, and Mike. 

3. Why did these comedi- 
ans chose me? 








Christopher Gardner 



Ginny Gielen 



146 



Daniel Gariepy 



Joshua Geruso 




HPU has been my home away from home. I have met 

teachers who have left lasting impressions, found 

friends that I never thought I would have, and have met 

the guy that I am suppose to spent the rest of my life 

with. I can't believe I have found all these things 

unexpectedly here at High Point. I have had such a 

wonderful time. 

-Allison Augustine- 




Dedra Gibson 




M.J. Gimbar 







April Goode 



Dax Gordon 



Stacie Goss 



George Gouge 




Jaime Gunning 



Erin Ha 



Kevin Harrison 



147 




'HPU INSTRUCTORS ARE THE BEST TEACHERS 
I'VE EVER HAD. SOME TEACHERS HERE, WITH 
THEIR ENTHUSIASM AND KINDNESS, MAKE ME 
FEEL LIKE I AM TALKING TO MY FATHER EVERY 
TIME I CONTACT THEM. . . DR. WARDE, DR. 
STOUT, AND DR. DUNHAM ARE TEACHERS 
WHOM I WOULD NEVER FORGET.' 

Nguyen Kim Cao 




Carolyn Hassett 



Angela Hawks 





Laura Kassler 



Thomas Kindle}' 



Tim Knoff 



Jordan Koontz 






Cassandra Leonard 



Lisa Leonard 



Leslie Loveless 



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Meredith Mackov 



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Melissa Males 



Mardoche'e Alexis 



Stephanie Martin 



1. Seniors, Pasha Belman 
and Casey Degnan taking 
their leisure time seriously. 

2. Two Swedes and an Irish 
equals A GOOD TIME. 

3. Senior Matt Carver with 
girlfriend Cricket Indra. 








TART OF DISCOVER- 
ING WHO YOU ARE IS 
EXPLORING WHO YOU 
WANT TO BECOME" 

MOM AND DAD - YOU IN- 
SPIRE ME TO BE YOU. WITH- 
OUT YOU I AM INCOMPLETE. 
I LOVE YOU! 
McKenzie Burkhardt 



Jeanelle McKennev 



150 






'WHAT I REMEMBER IN 
MY TENURE AT HIGH 
POINT IS THE KNOWL- 
EDGE I LEARNED IN 
CLASS AND THE WIS- 
DOM I APPLIED OUT.' 
Casey Degnan 




Courtney Mill man 







Hannah Oliver 



Ton)' O'Neal 



Christine Orcutt 



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Sue Owens 



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Gail Render 



Lisa Rerae 



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2. Senior, Eric Stobarts, 
shows off his classy look. 

3. Laura Cossart and Cat 
Bush, roommates for four 



Amanda Rogers 







Allyson Ross 



Gina Ross 



Wayne Rucker 



Pamela Schwartz 



1 . Colin and Ryan having 
their last year laughs to- 
gether in the cafeteria. 

2. Senior, Sami Gbemi from 
Nigeria excited about 
graduation. 

3. These guys cannot hold 
on to that serious look for 
too long. 



Victoria Shamberger 



Felicia Shepherd 




-EXCEED EXPECTA- 
TIONS. WE ARE NOT 
DRIVEN TO DO EX- 
TRAORDINARY THINGS, 
BUT TO DO ORDINARY 
THINGS EXTRAORDI- 
NARILY WELL." -BISHOP 
GORE 

ERIN HALL 




154 






Kristen Sigmon 




Phyllis Thompson 



155 





"I AM GOING TO GET 
SOME TURTLES." 
University Apt. 104 

'YOU CAN NOT DIS- 
COVER NEW OCEANS UN- 
LESS YOU HAVE THE 
COURAGE TO LOSE SIGHT 
OF THE SHORE. ' 
Annika Meyerson 



Anya Tilley 



Jay Todd 



Jennifer Todd 




Linda Urena 



Kevin Vanhoy 



Andrew Veach 



Lauren Virgin 





Jason Wenzel 



1. Big Tim winning a game 
of pool. 

2. Senior, Lee-Rae Rice at a 
meeting. 

3. JP Batista, Annika 
Mayerson, and Anna 
Stridh hanging out at the 
appartments. 




Willa Wingate 




Chistopher Youn 



Laura Zimmerman 



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1960 to 2003 




*if 1961 - Ammie Jinkins was the first African 
American to attend High Point College. 

•V* 1962 - The First Apogee was published. 

<jjf February 24, 1965 High Point College passed a policy of nondiscrimination 

After the Nondiscrimnation policy was passed there is a larg e increase 
in International and African- American students. 

•& 1967 Saturday Classes were eliminated. 

•j£« 1969 - 1970 - High Point College awarded 209 Degrees 

Id 



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ft'iii 

Now that there are no 
classes on Saturday 



classes _. 
why get up? 





•V# 1976 - There were 434 out of state 
students. 

i& 1978 - The Evening Degree 

program is reinstated. 
*% 1978 - WWIH transmits first 

radio programs. 



-. International Club 

•V« 1970 -The Evening degree Program is cancelled due 

to lack of attendence. 
•jjf 1970 - The 1st Phoenix Literary Festival is held 

iffy 1974 - An on-campus peace rally takes place. 

•£« 1975 - There is a 

fire in McCulloch 
dorm (boy's dorm) 
during interim 
break. 





ijjf 1979 - High Point College's grading scale 
changes from a 3.0 scale to a 4.0 scale. 




1980 - 119 Bachelor of Science Degrees were awarded at graduation. 
1 1984 - The Herman and Louise Smith Library is constructed. 
1986 - There were 927 day students enrolled at High Point College. 

If 1987 - The first Drill Team is formed. 

1988 - High Point College joined with University of Leads in England 
and started a foreign exchange program. 



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•£« 1989 - High Point students attend first CROP walk. 

<|V« 1989 - A tornado the night before graduation 

forces the students to move the ceremony 
from the front lawn to the Alumni Gym. 




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*2Sf 1990 - AAontlieu Avenue is relocated to the south side of campus. 



*J# 1990 - As the Middle East Conflict continues some 
students were faced with joining U.S. forces overseas 



after graduation. 

tfy 1991 - High Point College 
becomes a University. 

•V« 1993 - Masters Program 
starts. 



»V« 1997 - Students volunteered over 15,000 hours. 




ty 1994 - First in the nation to have 
a Sports Medicine program to be 
accredited by American Medicine 
Association. 

•£* 1996 - Student Activites Board 
was formed. 





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«£« September 11, 2001 - Students 
mourn the nation's tragedy. 



•V* July 25, 2002 - President Bush speaks at 



High Point University. 

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SMITH LIBRARY 
UNIVERSITY STATION. MONTUEU A, 
HIGH POINT. Nr 2T>co.i v