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High Point University 




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Hi S h Point, NC 27262 




www.highpoint.edu 




Established 1924 




Zenith Volume 82 







Choose Extraordinary 



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Dear High Point University Student: 

In toddy 5 world, only the most extraordinary will become the effective leaders ol tomorrow. Those whose 
education has engaged and enlightened them will rise to the challenge ol guiding future generations It is our 
hope and prayer that High Point University has been the catalyst that ignites the desire within you to become 
extraordinary in every way. 

This past school year has been one of discovery and transformation lor us all. Personally, I reached a 
one-year milestone as president of this remarkable university More importantly, I became acquainted with 
some of the greatest students in the world . . YOU! It energizes me to know that our students come here to 
receive an extraordinary education in a fun environment and with canng people 

Together, over the past few months, we watched several buildings come tumbling down, then marveled 
as spectacular new state-of-the-art buildings began to take shape in their places. We initiated a S 1 00 million 
transformation of campus and programs that will propel us to new levels of significance In short, we 
developed a bold, new vision and began to mate it a reality 1 We are humbled to know that God's hand is in 
this work and I am blessed to have been part of this wonderful purney with you 

As you continue your education at HPU — or graduate and begin a new chapter of your life — I encourage you 
to discover your purposeful path in life, engage in the opportunities around you and pursue a life focused on 
significance. Vbu have the power to become extraordinary, focus that power wisely, and you will enjoy a life ol 
blessing, joy and success. 

Imagine great things! 




NidoR. Gubein 
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inaugural event on April 28, 2005. 
PantherPalooza was the year's most 
talked-about celebration, establishing itself 
as High Point's newest tradition, and 
made CAT the University's premiere event 
planner. 

After students completed their last 
classes of the year, they moved onto the 
International Promenade to enjoy a rock 
climbing wall, inflatable games, the 
Butt-Sketch Artist (caricature), tie-dye 
t-shirt station, and of course great rood and 
a live performance by rock band Virginia 
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message of inspiration and 
challenged the graduates not to 
merely live in the world, but to 
make it a better one. 

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As a warm August morning morphea 1 into 
a hot summer day, the class of 2009 arrived 
for the first time with boxes and blankets, and 
lots of anxiety over moving into their new 
home. The stress however was short lived 
as the OC, Orientation Crew, made all 
feel welcome. A sea of teal shirts swarmed 
through campus assisting freshmen and their 
families with all the heavy lifting. 

The OC, led by SGA Vice-President 
Hillary Cole, was comprised of a record 
number of over 1 00 students. To help keep 
everyone cool, an ice cream truck was on 
hand and stocked with frozen treats. Families 
were welcomed at the entrance with gift 
boxes stuffed with chocolate and inspiring 
HPU fortune cookies and were kept upbeat 
throughout the day with live music scattered 
across the campus. 

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From the annual Luau to 

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Derby Day 2005 took on 
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pools, and segway races. Over 
1 000 High Point students, 
staff, and faculty spent the day ir 
celebration of the coming year. 
As C.A.T.'s kick-off event 
of the fall semester, CAT. 
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one dynamic weekend. In October 
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caring Alumni joined forces to 
celebrate the student of today and 
the student of yesterday. Throughout 
the weekend, High Point family and 
friends enjoyed live music, theatre, 
sports, great food, and a dramatic 
fireworks show to close out a festive 
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HPU's 8 T annual 
Homecomins Dance, and the 
University's oldest tradition 
heated up the Radisson Ballroom 
on a brisk October night. 
Students and alumni cheered the 
court and welcomed the new 
Queen and King, Kaci Martin 
and Josh Faucette. Also on the 
court were Hillary Cole, Carrie 
Shank, Nicole Harper, Kristen 
Frieberger, Dan Wolff, Patrick 
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The High Point campus may seem 
a bit hectic at times, but students can 
always take a break and unwind with 
a game or ping pong or 
volleyball. If ping pong is too fast 
paced, then perhaps the hammocks 
that have sprung up across the 
campus are more your speed. 
Students can always look forward to 
an afternoon of relaxation or 
conversation under one of the many 
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our President. In fact, Dr. Qubein 
spends much of his day 
communicating with students. But 
there is no better place to catch up 
with "The Prez" than out on the 
Promenade by one of the HPU 
kiosks. Throughout the week, 
Dr. Qubein delights us with treats 
ranging from hot chocolate to 
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staff share in the ecumenical 
services in the High point 
Chapel. Organized by 
the Board of Stewards, 
and facilitated by Dr. 
Hal Warlick, the weekly 
services present messages 
from influential thinkers and 
music from local artists and 
national talents. 



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students a taste culture and cuisine 
from around the world. 

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or the Chinese New Year with 
Peking Duck, or the French Bistro 
with classical violin. 

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Andrea Moller 
Megan Pastor 
Katie Roberts 
Meredith Terrell 



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Ashley Porter 
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Cheryl Guiney Sdrdh Hddlc 

Sumiyya Hunter Michelle Kampner 

Katie O'Dell Jenny Sherman 
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now, my most valuable memory of being Greek is the close friendship I have 
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am in is because of the bond 1 saw between the girls so I knew that it was a 
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When I hear Kappa Delta, I feel proud to represent such a great group of girls. 
My most valuable memories of KD will be the lifelong friends that I have 
made, and how they have taught me so much about myself and leadership. Our 
motto is "let us strive for that which is honorable, beautiful, and highest," and 1 
truly feel that KD has pushed me to strive for each of those things and how an 
amazing group of 50 girlfriends can be! - Kristen Mali 



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have had a bad day, or someone to laugh with when you have a funny story 
to tell. When 1 think of my sorority I think of smiling faces, good times, 
and how we're always there for each other whether it be to get lunch, do 
homework, play basketball, or get a coffee. In 10, 20, 30 years from now, 
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When 1 think of Zeta Tau Alpha, I Hunk of the incredible sisterhood, leadership, service. 

and the unforgettable memories each sister of this chapter has and will keep with them for 

many years after their sorority experience. Every sister in Zeta brings something unique 

and special to it and has helped mold this sorority into the accomplished organization it 

is today. The sisters of Zeta Tau Alpha are young women who have added this sorority 

to their life and have given up a lot to ensure its prosperity and valuable reputation. Each 

sister is sure to tell anyone that Zeta is their home away from home. 

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| Alpha Gamma Delta/ Lambda Chi Alpha won best Banner, and the Phi Mu & 
week Theta Chi team won the Volleyball match. The week concluded with the favorite 
event of Lip Sync. The Phi Mu/ Theta Chi team rocked the gym and won the Lip 
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"When hearing Kappa Chi Omega one word comes to mind, brotherhood, 
d Dpd Starting this fraternity was a difficult task which is why I think about all the 

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brotherhood. In 20 years from now the best memory I will have and my 
fraternity brothers will have is that we will always share a common bond 
and be close friends. I think the brothers that chose Pike, chose it because 
of the friend they first made when they came to High Point, and they saw 
the fraternity as an expansion of those friends. - Chris Cottrell 



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had together. I think about the pride that I have in what it means to be a 
Theta Chi. In 10, 20, 30 years from now I don't know if I'll have just one 
memory that rises above the rest, but I will remember the relationships that 
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Kathryn Blandford Sydney Blanks Hannah Bloom Caitlin Bonner Jessica Bookbinder 



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Matthew Boswell Victoria Bouton Tanya Bowman Scott Bradac Denver Bridwel 




Erryn Brock Bobby Brooke Kevin Brown Ki'vonna Brown Alechia Brule 





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Ashley Bryant Paul Burch 



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Elizabeth Carty Stacey Castillo 



Sean Chacho Ashley Chrisco Daniel Clark 



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William C'lodl'elter Ryan Conner 



Dan Costello Jeffrey Cowan 



Ben Cox 




Brittany Crews Danielle Cunningham Paige Cuttufello Shaylen Cutshaw Tiffani Cuyler-Oieenhill 




Alena D'Anna Stephanie Dail 



Cm/ Daniels Samanlha Darnell Nelson Dave 




Sheila Deaton-Mills Brittany Demmler MeKen/.ie Diehm Christine Diferdinando Kevin Diksa 




Ann Dobson 



Chris Dole 



Carla Dommiek Jessica DosSantos Sage Dunslon 



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Donelle Durham Michael Earman Jonathan Embler Philip Enders Ashley Faircloth 




Lucy Fisher Katie Flannigan Slacey Fleiner 



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Mallory Fritz Kendra Gabaree I lolly Gallimore 



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Aaron Gonzalez Robert Goodson Brenton Goodwin Ashley Goracy Jessalin Graham 




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Ashley Harvey Megan Hassall Jennifer Hastings Kiki Hatzudis 




Pamela Haynes Jenna Henderson Meredyth Heppe Shcris^a Herman Samantha Hes 



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Melaney Hodge Nathan Hoffman Jamie Holder Lindsay Howard Catlin Huitt 




Scott Hull Nick Humphries Stephanie Hutchens Chelsea Isaksen Holly Iverson 




Ashleigh Johansen Justina John-Baptiste Alyssa Johnson Arletha Johnson Kevin Johnson 




Mayila Johnson Erin Jones 



Hollie Jones Joshua Jones Kevin Jones 




Tneesha Jones Gabrielle Josie Elaine Kaliviotis Megan Keany Heather Kendall 



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Meg Mahoney Shauna Marsh Yessica Martinez Chris Massey Jen Maurer 




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Kayla McKenzie Christopher McMahan 




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Anne Michener Aubrev Middleton Christa Miller Chris Mills Anne Moody 




Jamie Moore Jonathan Moore Shannon Moriartv Stephen Moseley Tiffany Mosely 




Timothy Moss John Mullen Laura Mullen Kayla Murphj Greg Muzzillo 




Laura Nail Mellisa Nauman David Neel Dave Nelson Tide Olubanke 



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Daniel Page 



Amber Parrish Miles Patterson Valerie Payne 



Myles Pearl 




Kyle Perkins Leigh Anne Perry James Petersen Eldraen Pharr Jaclyn Phelps 




Claire Pierce Amber Polivka Zaeh Pranger Evagelitsa Prentzas Meaghan Price 




Richard Pullv 



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Jessica Sayers Andrew Schecher Carmen Schoepske Katelin Schratz James Schreiber 




Peyton Schreiber 



Zach Scott Carter Shamburger Kevin Shaw Genevieve Sherman 




Chris Shrum Hailey Shumate Rachel Shutt 



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Breanna Small Courtney Smith Damon Smith 



Kim Smith 



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William Sparks Jonathan Stanley Hannah Staples Anthony Starner Shalietta Stokes 




Richard Storrey Stephanie Strock Alexander Slryker David Suarez Nicole Tasker 




Jessica Taylor Sarah Taylor Brian Thomas Jilisha Thompson 




Chris Thurley CaitlinThys Tiffany Tol liver KellvTolman Carrie Troadon 



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Heather Troiano Sara Vargas Sara Vitale Misty Wamsley Christina West 




David West Hillary Westbrook Alfred Wheeler Katharine Wheeler Amy White 




Faith Whitesides Jody Wicks Megan Williams Renee Winsor Chelsea Wocoski 




Sarah Wood Paige Worthington Toua Xiong 



Brandon Youim Erin Young 




Kimbcrly Zimmerman Zach Zupan McCall Zupon 



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Laura Kirkman Steven Knight 



Kristie Laney Cynthia Lawson Rachel Linharl 




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Andrea Lowe Jason McC'onnell Lisa Mckinney 



Leah Mitchell 




Andrea Moller Jasmine Morin 



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Malosi Pa'u Jonathan Petras AyeshaRahim Stephen Royal Shana Sandler 




Benjamin Smith Chris Smith 



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Amanda Forsythe Andrea Franklin Sabrina Freitas Eugene Galloway Nicole Garneau 




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Talitha Long 



Kyle Lounsbury Andy Martin 



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Patricia Mayol Alexandra Messerly Melodie Moorefield Manabu Nakamura Garrett Ncisler 




Marie-Nicole Neu Rebecca Newell Stephanie Nokes Steven Papagikos MeganPastor 




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(Catherine Roberts Scott Robinson Dollie Rollins Megan Savage Iris Schabetsberger 




Robin Sherman Todd Simons 



Carnai Simpson Maria Singletary 



Erin Stanley 




Shannon Stevenson Lorryn Stillson Dennis Swaka AmyTilley 



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Amy Warren Stephanie Watson Sheena Wedge Harry Wilkes Sarah Williams 




Chase Wilson Laura W'yant 



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Latasha Barknight 



Tiphony Bannorc 



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COLOPHON 

This 82nd volume of High Point University's Zenith was printed by Taylor 
Publishing Company at their plant located in Dallas, Texas. The Taylor 
representatives were Susan Saxon and Milam Arguelles. Using one Dell desktop 
and one Toshiba laptop, the editors and staff members produced the 1 60 

jge book. Sadly, you have already stopped reading. If you are still reading, 
you may be a yearbook geek! Hold on to the cover, and enjoy the ride. 
Photographs were taken digitally on a camera that was broken from overuse and 
submitted on disk. Pages were laid out using Adobe InDesign 2.0, and graphic 
enhancements were done using Adobe Photoshop. The cover is black, with 
Roberts Hall, heck just close the book and you can see what the cover looks 
' like. The book was printed on 1 00 pound gloss enamel paper (darn, that's 
some heavy paper!). Fonts used were Geometr23 1 Lt BT for headlines 
J copy. ..what copy? Portrait photos were taken by 

Touch over a series of four days. Photographs were taken by 
Megan Pastor because she is a dedicated photographer and loves the 
amera. Select athletic photographs were provided by the Office of 
orts Information, Outdoor Activities Club photographs were 
ibmitted by Dr Kelly Norton, and theatre photographs were 

provided by the Theatre Department. A special thank you 
s n v< ^ goes out to the one and only Black Betty for always 

\^ being there and always working. Thank you Phil 
Flores and Outback Steakhouse of High 
^v^ Point, NO Thank you sweet tea, thank 
you students that work in The Point for your 
" enthusiasm and ability to create wraps. Thank 
you Andrea Clodfelter for visiting when the 
going got tough and for bringing dessert and 
thank you Burke Clodfelter for the 
inspirational quote "nothing helps!" We live 
by that motto m this office now. Thank 
you to Susan Saxon for the motivational 
phrase of boring is good." Thanks to 
I Nicole Beaudwm and her staff for starting 
' — L the book. Finally, a special thank you 
* to Megan Pastor and her editorial 
I board for assisting in the production 
"fcO^jof this Carolina-like yearbook 
s^ It is award winning! For all 
"•N^ of you that have made it 
•hank - 
^ for being 
s. dedi