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Shaw University 

2005 



Shaw University 



118 East South Street 
Raleigh, North Caroina 27601 
(919) 546-8200 
www.shawu.edu 





Shaw Universitg 
The Bear 



"STRIDES TO EXCELLENCE: ONLY THE BEST!" 



Evolution: Blueprint of Success 




able of Contents 






To the Shaw University Family: 

The Office of Public Relations is proud to 
present the return of the Shaw University 
Year Book. The once dormant project is 
again thriving successfully to hold forth 
the leagacy of excellence, and esteem. 

A very special thank you is in order to 
Mr. Martel Perry for his support and 
guidance, and to Mrs. Kim Trezona, our 
Year Book Consultant. When it seemed 
that the project would fall through Kim, 
you demomstrated a dogged determina- 
tion to complete the job well. Thank you 
for own commitment to excellence. 



8 CAMPUS EVENTS 

40 ADMINISTRATION, 
FACULTY AND 
STAFF 

52 STUDENTS 

86 SPORTS 

114 CLUBS AND 

ORGANIZATIONS 



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Dr. Clarence G. Newsome 



President 




I am delighted about the pubHcation of this yearbook for it captures the essence of the University while 
maintaining a pictorial record of the vear for students, faculty, staff and community' to enjoy. 

Indeed, compressed into these pages are a collection of memories that will be with us forever: our class- 
mates and instructors; the buildings where we studied; the social, academic, professional, and athletic orga- 
nizations and activities in which we participated; the sponsors who supported us; and the wider communi- 
ties in which we and our school exists. 

Moreover, the rejuvenation of issuing a yearbook this year comes at a critical time in the history of our 
school. Since taking office as President two years ago, the entire university was reaccredited after a recent 
evaluation and accreditation process was completed by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools 
(SACS). We are proud of this reaccredidation because, by national standards, the University is reaffirmed 
that it is highly capable of meeting the academic challenges facing the higher education community. Grad- 
uate degrees are offered at the Shaw Universitv School of Divinit\' which has received full accreditation by 
the American Theological Society (ATS). Graduate degrees in Education are offered and plans are under- 
way to offer advanced degrees in Business. 

Many other examples point to Shaw University's commitment to excellence. First, numerous students have 
expressed their exultation about the overall excellence and v«de range of majors that they find at Shaw Uni- 
versity'. They have good reason to be enthusiastic in that several 2004 graduates were selected over students 
from larger institutions to participate in fully paid graduate programs. Implementation of the President's 
Award for Outstanding Academic Achievement led to nine members of the football team making the All 
CIAA Academic Team. Academic achievement is honored in a number of other wavs that included having 
pictures of representative students placed prominently in Debnam Hall (administration building) and the 
James E. Cheek Learning Center (library). What is more, a provision for students to publish an on-line 
student newspaper. The Bear Facts, was recently put into place. Very often small groups of students and 
facult\' meet to share ideas and aspirations for Shaw University and to establish stronger communications 
with the administration. This kind of interchange led to the initiation of the Shaw Man and Shaw Woman 
Sociebv' which challenges each young man and woman in the Shaw familv to strive toward excellence, integ- 
rity, intellect, resourcefulness, caring, determination, thoughtfulness, graciousness, and love. Regarding 
technology, the University installed the most advanced, state-of-the-art telecommunications platform of any 
institution of higher learning in the state of North Carolina. Also, computer laboratories throughout the 
campus and residential halls were upgraded. 

These are but a few of the positive developments that make it clear thaf'A New Shaw for a New Millen- 
nium"is emerging. Indeed, we are making "Strides to Excellence." We want"Onlv the Best." 

I applaud the entire Shaw family for its contribution to excellence. 



EVOLUTION: 

Persistent and Continual Change 




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jC^volution (ev-a-loo-shun) 
noun., 1. A gradual process in 
which something changes into 
a different and usually better or 
more complex form. 2. Gradual 
growth or development of some- 
thing, as a social institution. 
(Webster's II New College Dic- 
tionary, 2001) 






t Shaw University evolution is eminent. 
Everyday something is changing and is becoming 
better. A constant drive for improvement is the key 
goal behind the motto "Strides to Excellence: ONLY 
the best!" The only way to be the best is to evolve 
into something greater than the previous state. 



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November 2004 



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Building and Branding Character Development 




Special Thanks to Mr. Martel Perry 



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Dannel RoUe 



Asha Wilson 





Leon Parker 



Daryll Garrett 




Founded Fall of 2004 



Febrice Blackson 



Not pictured: Idoreyin Montague 



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^rtin Lu ther King, Jr. Commemorative Service 








Reverend Dr. Walter E. Fauntroy 
Legendary Civil Rights Leader 




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The James E. Cheek Learning Resources Center 
- Originally known as the hospital building, it was 
renovated and enlarged to beconie the library in the 
1960s. Named after Dr. James E. Cheek, the seventh 
president of Shaw University. 



Administra tion, Facul ty and Staff 




April Abbott 
Instructor Engish 



Chibuihe Akuka 
Residence Counselor 



Carl Algood Abdinur Ali 

Asst. Professor Social Services Inst. Natural Science & Mathematics 




Dr Desire Baioubi 
Asst. Professor of English & Linguistics 



Joyce Spruill Bannci man 
Administrative Assistant 



Agnes Baxter Levi Beckwith 

TOS Women's Dr. Residence Life Asst. Prof, of Business & Public Ad. 




Ron Bishop 
TOSLLC Men's Residence Din 



Nicholas Boney 
Asst. Athletic Trainer 



Cassandra Brown 
Director Durham Cape 



Dr. Taneisha Brown 
Associate Vice Pres. Student Affairs 



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Dr. Joseph Brvant 
Director of High Point Cape 



Marcus Clarke 
Director of Compliance, Athletics 



Sherr\' Courtney 
Executive Secretary President's Office 



Dr. Jern Butler 
Professor of Religion 



Jerelene R Car\er 
Counselor-Disabilitv Ser\'ices 



Dr. McLouis Clayton 
Professor of Mathematics 



Shawanda Cooper 
TOS Women's Residence Counselor 



Monte Clampett 
Instructor Criminal Justice 




Dr. Matthew Corrigan 
Asst. Professor Social Work 




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Roland Cunningham 
Instructor Philosophy 



Zanie Da\'idson 
Instructor Mathematics 



Melissa Ellis 
Human Resources Specialist 



Administration, Faculty and Staff 



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Administration, Faculty and Staf£ 




Remigius Emeto 
Residence Counselor Student Affairs 



Addie Everett 
Secretary Greenville Cape 



Frederick Faison 
Asst. Director of Freshman Year 



Hooshang Foroudastan 
Chief Information Officer 




Betty Freeman 
Instructor Sociology 



Sherry Gamble 
Administrative Sz Office Manager 



Cheryl Garvv 
Instructor Accounting 



Dr. Irene Gilbert-Perry 
Special Assistant to the President 




Cynthia Grahiini 
Director of Freshman Years Programs 



Richard Graham 
Professor of Religion 



Willie L.raham 
Professor of Business 



Willie E. Gray 



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VVilma Gray 
Instructor Social Work 



Dr. Sylvia Haith 
Instructor Social Science 



Dr. Grover Hall Dr Bertha Haynes 

Substance Abuse Counselor Student Affairs Adjunct Professor English 




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John Henderson 
Instructor Social Science 



Dr. Willie High 
Director Triple A Center 



Juanda Holley 
Director Office of Career Development 



Flazina Home 
Administrative Assistant 




Debra Hughes 
Instructor Ph\'sical Science 



Dr. Rachida Jackson 
Asst. Professor of Humanities 



Jacqueline Johnson 
Alumni Relations & Planned Giving 



Brenda Jones 
TOS Women Counselor 



Administration, Faculty and Staff 



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Administration , Fac ulty and Staff 




Dr. Frederick Jones 
Chair of Humanities Department 



Dorrance Kennedy 
Assit. Professor of Social Sciences 



Dr. Kim Leathers 
Dean of Honors College 



Dr. Terence Leathers 

Assistant Vice President 

Academic Affiars 




Clara Lewis 
Residence Counselor Student Affairs 



Margaret Lindse\' 
Instructor Mathematics 



Charles L. Lowe 
Adjunct Faculty, Social Work 



Reginald Lowery 
Director of Counseling 




Bernadine Maduaico 
Resident Counselor Student Affaii 



Gaetane Marc-Charles 
Administrative Assistant Career Dev. 



Phyllis F. Martin 
Director of Asheville Cape 



Waymon Martin 
Instructor Business 



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Evanstein D. Montague 

Executive Asst. to Associate Vice 

President of Student Affairs 



William Montague Dr Ste\-e Niu Patricia Xuosu 

Head Coach Cross Country- & Track Asst- Professor Computer Science & Math Coordinator of English Education 




Ava Parker 
Administrator Human Resources 



Vickie Parker 
Secretar\- Humaruties Department 



Roger Pfister, Jr. 
Head Athletics Trainer 



Cleon Pierce 
Electrical Coordinator Plant Services 



Administration, Faculty and Staff 



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Administration, Facu lty and Staff 




Ellen Pinckney 
Director Residential Life 



Linda J. Pun'is 
Administrative Assistant 



Eric Rice 

Unward Bound Program & 

Academic Coordinator 



Georgia Richardson 
Instructor 




ArtLird Ritter 
Tutor Specialist Spanish 



Gabriella Rogers 
Administrative Assistant 



Samuel Sanders 
Chief of Safety and Security 



Vincent Sei 
Instructor Mathematics 




Joseph Shaw 
Equipment Manager Athletics 




Shirley Sheares 
Tutor Specialist Triple A 



Mary Sifford 
Administrative Assistant 



Dr. Chen Siler-Mack 
Adjunct Professor Criminal Justice 



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Robert Thomas 
Director of Wilmington Cape 



Lonieta Thompson 
Instructor Visual and Performing Arts 



Michael Umeadi 
Resident Director Student Affairs 



Vera Waites 
Resident Counselor 



Administration, Faculty and Staff 



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Administration, Faculty and Staff 




Dr. Moses Walker 
Professor at FayetteviUe Cape 



Donal Ware 

Asst. Athletics Director for Sports 

Information & Marketing 



Dr Eric Weil 
Associate Professor of Humanities 



Dr. Benjamin Whitlock 
Professor of Religion & Philosoph 




Betty Williams 

Administrative Asst. President's 

Office 



Dr. Paul E. Wilson 
Asst. Professor of Religion 



Dr Meretle Wilson 
Professor of Philosophy 



Eh-erda Yancey 
Residence Counselor 




Larry \on 
Professor of Sociology & Psychology ] 



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Daily Life At Shaw University 



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Estey Hall - In the spring of 1866 Shaw Uni- 
versity began to accept women to matriculate. 
In 1873 Estey Hall was built as the women's 
dormitory. Women no longer needed to lodge 
with families in the City of Raleigh to pursue 
their education. 




Lisa Adair 
Social Work 



Beatrice Adegboye 
Accounting 



Abubakar Adejumo Kristy Allen 

Business Administration Criminal Justice 




Desiree L. Anderson 
Liberal Studies 



Jordache Artis 
Elementary Education 



Dianne H. Austin 
Social Work 



Daniel Bailey, III Autumn Bailey Philip Bailey 

Business Administration Mass Communications Mass Communications 



Manita Badger 
Criminal Justice 




Sharone Bailey 
Mathematics 




John C. Bain Annette Baker Alyson Bangura-Jawara Tiffany Barnes 

Psychology Sociology Concentra- Computer Science Business Management 

tion in Criminal Justice 



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Barbara I. Bazemore 
Business Adminsitration 



Andrea Blake 
Business Administration 



Branda Best 
BiologN' 



Lagala N. Biggs 
Social Work 



Shonta P. Biggs 
Sociology 




Janet L. Bowser Robyn Bovd Pamela L. Boylom 

Sociology Business Management Accounting 




Tia Bradshaw Kyna Brands Colette Brice-Johnson Meshea J. Briscoe 

English Business Adrrunistration Business Administration Therapeutic Recreation 




Ke\-in Brooks Sandra M. Brooks Porcia Brookshire Arlethia Brown 

' Business Management Business Administration English English 



Seniors 



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Carlethia Brown 
Biology 



Jenny Brown 
Criminal Justice 



Natrece Brown 
Speech Pathology 



Wanda E. Brown Charlene D. Bryson Shanien Campbell 

Liberal Studies Business Administration Sociology Concentration in 

Criminal Justice 



Glorine Carlos 
Social Work 



Alice Carpenter 
Liberal Studies 



Danian D. Carr 
Sociology 



Ronnie Brown 
Religion 




Walif Campbell 
Psychology 




Stephanie B. Cherry 
Business Administration 1 




Dedra P. Clegg Juanrice W. Cobb Sandra Coley 

Business Administration Business Administration Religion and Philosphy 



Joyce Coppedge 
Social Work 



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Juanita ^^ Cranda 
Criminal Justice 



Laxonia Cromartie Paulette J. Cutts 

Business Administration Business Administration 



Willie Donaldson Stacy VV. Downing Jerr\' Dudley 

i Computer Info Systems Speech Language Pathology Physics 



Susie H. Dickens 
Criminal Justice 




Vanessa P. Dunn 
Psycholog\" 




E\-ans Durandis Yolanda Edgerton Susie W. Enoch CIa\-aughan K. Epps 

-mess Administration Sociology Religion and Philosoph\' Social Work 




Vida M. Everett Therese Farmer Debora D. Fields Derrick Fields 

Business Administration Elementary Education Rehgion and Philosoph\- Elementary Education 



Seniors 




Gregory L. Foreman 
Criminal Justice 



Ayanna Franklin Genelle Freeman Linda W. Freeman 

Mathematics Elementary Education Business Administration 




Tamala T. Fuller 
Sociology 



Daryl Garrett, Jr 
International Relations 



LaTina N. Gay 
Criminal Justice 



Kenric Gladney 
Business Management 




Julia A. Gore 
Criminal Justice 



Cheryl Gorham 
Business Management 



Marquita Greene Carl V. Greggs, Sr. 

Criminal Justice Business Administration 




Erik T. Griffin 
Business 



Jeffrey Guiste 
English 



Regina L. Hagans 
Psychology 



Alvin Harbison 
Religion 



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Melody Harris Demetrius Hart Sherman R. Hart Gloria B. Hayes 

Liberal Studies Criminal Justice, Pre-Law Business Administration Criminal Justice 




Delorene Havnes 
Chemistry 



Kristel Hicks 
Criminal Justice 



Natasha Hobbs 
Business Administration 



Aquil Holden 
Kinesiotheraphy 






jj Tisha D. HoUoman Kingsetta Honeysuckle Addisondra Ingram 

Business Administration Sociology and Phychology Psychology 



Don Jackson 
Criminal Justice 



Seniors 



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Daphne A. Jacobs Mable L. Jeffreys Tammi A. Jennings 

Social Work Psychology and Social Work Social Work 



Candis Johnson 
Computer Science 




Frederick L. Jolinson Jocelyn N. Johnson La Wanda Johnson Leonia Jones 

Liberal Studies Mass Communications Business Administration Criminal Justice 





Linda Jones 
Business Administration 



Sylvia D. Jones 
Liberal Studies 



Tekeya Jones LaDreama S. Jordan 

Criminal Justice Business Administration 




Danielle Joyner 
Liberal Studies 



Ernestine K. Julue 
Liberal Studies 



Karen R. Kershaw-Kellv Curtis C. Keyes 

Sociology Business Administration 



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Wendell Kinnev 
Computer Science 




Ebonie Kizer Adedamona Kuponivi Vivian Lee 

Computer Wormation Systems Accounting Business Management 



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Quinsentina Lewis Cynthia Li\'ingston Serign Omar Lowe Kezra Marshall 

Business Management Computer Information Systems Physics Religion and Philosophy 




L,a'TantaMcCrimmon Toni Mcintosh David McLendon 

luminal Justice Political Science Business Management Religion and Philosophy 



Lynette McNair 
Social Work 



Seniors 



61 



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Peggy M. Mills 
Business 



Idoreyin Montague 
Physics 




Nadia C, McNair Herbert Miller, Jr. Pamela Miller La-Tonya Milhouse 

Business Religion and Philosoph\- Business Administration Psychology 




Brenda Miree 
Liberal Arts 



Marvin J. Mitchell 
Religion and Philosophy 



Tonya S. Mitchell 
Psychology 




William T. Moore 
Criminal Justice 



Deanna Morgan 
Psychology 



Nadia Morley 
Biology 




Donat Morrisson 
Biology 



Korri J. Mosley 
Sociology 



Kim E. Moss 
Psychology 



Amienatta N'Dure 
Physics 



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Camilla Nelson Kara J. Nevvsome Anta Njit Marilyn Brown Nobles 

Criminal Justice Mass Communications Computer Science Psychology 




\adscheda R. Nobles Raul Novinte 

Criminal Justice Pubic Administration 



Linda Nunally 
Psychology 



Obinna Oraefo 
Business Management 




Christina Outlaw 
3usiness Concentration 
Accountin 



Shoktwala Paige 
Criminal Justice 



Erik Parker 
Business Management 



Kim Pasamonte 
Psychology 




|l Frederica W. Peeie Jessica Pender Diane Perkins 

iBusiness Administration Business Management Sociology 



Harold Pinto, Jr. 
Mass Communications 



Seniors 



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Philippe! Rahming Keith Reed, Sr. Joyce Rice 

Business Management Religion and Philosophy Psychology 



Larry Richardson 
Business Management 




Rene Robinson Robert M. Robinson Dannel Rolle 

Business Management Sociology Mass Communications 



Andradese Rozier 
Liberal Studies 




William Ku>sell, 111 
Kinesiotheraphy 



Yolanda Russell 
Psychology 



Majarat Salami 
Biology 



Georgia L. Salisbury 
Business Administration 




Luz Seneah Stephanie Skipper 

Business Administration Biology 



Cassandra P. Smith 
Business Management 



Ernetta Smith 
Biology 



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Johnette Smith 
Business Administration 



Nikia Smoutherson 
Criminal Justice 



Rory E. Sneed 
Psychology 



George Speller, Jr. 
Business Management 



Bonita J. Stepter 
Social Work 



Beverly P. Stewart 
Social Work 



Wilma Spain 
Social Work 




Izora N. Stewart 
Business Administration 




lameelah C. Strother r, r- , . , 

, r- ,_ .■ ■ lamara Summers Roxann Sykes Anitra Thomas 

ociologv Concentration in „ . a j • ■ >_ ,j t-i , t- j • r, . 

^": 11^ Business Admimstration Elementary Education Busmess 




Clementine Trotter La-Shell Turnbu 

Religion and Philosophy Psychology 



Audrey P Waddell 
Sociology 



Sammie L. Wagner, Jr. 
Sociology 



Seniors 



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David Walker 
Business 



Jeremy Walker 
Therapeutic Recreation 



Ratisha Walker Genesis Wallace 

Business Adininistration Public Administration 




Rose Wallace Jennifer J. Ward Robyn Ware Donna C. Watson 

Business Business Administration Elementary Education Business Administration 




Lacey White 
Business Management 



Molly F. Whitley Adriel Williams Donna S. Williams 

Psychology Mass Communications Business Adirunistrationii 




Nathorn Williams 


Shalonda Williams 


Asha Wilson 


chology and Criminal 
Justice 


Criminal Justice 


Biology 



Bronda Wilson 
Public Administration 





Nichole S. Wright 
Sociology 



Jermaine \V\ att 
Psychology 





Seniors 



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J Juniors^ 



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Angelo O. Aike Elton M. Andrews Tamika Armstrong Jacquelyn H. Barrett 








Vickie Bellamy Fabrice Blackson Weahdee Blidee Jeramicca N. Boone 








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Nastassia Boucicault Tiffany M. Boyce Jenna Bradford Christopher Brooks 






W. Brooks 



Shakira Brown Cynthina Carlton Helen Cooper 



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Cheryl Cooper-Peter Tiffany Corbitt Ka[ii\ Lmvard 




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Daisy Delaney Sherry B. Eason Shykita Edgt-rton Victoria Emebecth 




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sauuda ^'. Eshe' Kamesha Falana Rossalvnn Ferguson Shamika Garlington 

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Makeca Gilliland Stephen Gorham LaKisha Graham Melissa Grimes 




Belinda Harper Bemice Harris 





Reginald Harris Tatwaiyah Harris 

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Laura Henrv" 



Evel\Ti Herbin 




Kim Herrin- 



Juniors 



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Tuniors 




Tirrell Honablen John L. Hooker Mary T. Hopkins Stacia Hutchins 



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Timothy Jackson Aletha Johnson David Johnson Ebony Johnson 




Charlene Jones Teresia Jones lerriJ.Jones Sylvia Latimore 





Tommy LeGrand 




Anthony Liles Kenneth Marshall James McClea\e 



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Dallacey McCall Wilbert McCallum Ernest L. McCowan Antonio Merrick 




Ehonv Miller Donald Mitchell Melody Mobley Justin Moore 





Wilbert Nobles 





Raymond Moore Robert L. Moore Ella J. Morrison-Umelo Angela Nevels-Thompson 




Oyindamola Oki Jerry Pender Paula J. Person 






Charles Powell Maurice Preston Wendell Rawlings Anthony Sanders 



Juniors 



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Beverly Sanders Todd M. Schupp Emma A. Simmons Frances R. Smith 



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Henri Spivey Terry D. Stanberry Tawanna D. Thomas Annie T. Thompson 




Arthur J. Thompson, Jr. Lawanda Tillery Valerie Troy Angela Twine 




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Christopher Waters Ckukhiis Watts Evelyn Whitaker Mary F. Whitley 



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iliannexi Williams Karen Williams Ron Williams Ronda Williams 



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Tori Williams 




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Johnnie Woods 



Terrv M. Worth 



Puisallz Wright 











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Gregoty Badger Adierme Baker Frances R. Barnes Micaela Bethea Collis Bolton Onna Briley L 



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Jerry L.Brown Tameka Brown Avery Bryant Korey Bush Martha Carter Kisha Cochran 




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Jaymar Courtney Veronica Crandall Annie Marie Davis Tina M. Davis Clyde E. Dixon, Sr. Rey 'Shawn Edwards 






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Matthew M. Eleh Glenda Elliott Tesaria Franklin Wanda M. Gaines Clyde Gholston Princess Gibert 




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Rosa B. Harris Jesse W. Harrison Marchelle Hedgepeth Cedrick Hinton Cedric M. Horton Lenora Hough 



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Stanley VV. Howard Wanda L. Howell Brittney Hurst Lawanda R. Jackson Dexter Jason Kiya Jenkins 

Amisha Jones James Jones Ralph E. Joynes Natalie Key Kelly Kitchens Kimberly Kitchens 

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April D. Lambert Pierre Lassiter L\-nett P. Lawrence Bula LeGrand Oludara Leigh Josephine Little 







Kenny L. McDaniel Cassandra E. McDonald AmyM.McNair Sista labia Megginson Jacquelyn R. Mitchell Vic L. Morman 



Jacqueline Morris Lakiesha Murphy Angela Newell Tracy M. Nixon Sherika M. Parker Jennifer N. Primus 




Sophomores 



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Sophomores 




Marva S. Robertson Joan T. Robinson Ria Rowland 



Arnetha E. Sadler Gloria J. Shanklin David A. Simmons I 







Emerald Smith Shawna Smith Melissa Stokley 




Brown Tannis Da\id Warren Mary S. Washington 





Jill Wheeler Robin White Faye Wiggins Kenyan S. Williams Mary A. Williams Patrice D. Williams 




Sharonde Williams Beverly Workman 



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Lisa J. Allen Leslee M. Anderson Delecia Barnes Shelina Bonner Ebony Branch 





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iGregory Browder Tiara Brown Alethea D. Bryant Jamaal Burton Geroge Caldwell, III Ta\ia R. Clemendc 



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Tangena Eure Dineen Evans Janelle Evans Misty A. Flack Julique Fowler Eddie R. Francis 



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Kishon Francis Johnnie M. Freeman Barbara B. Gatlin Cathy Gaymon Carlton Givens Marell Glenn 

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The Thomas J. Boyd Chapel - After WWII the US military 
had a surplus of wood framed "temporary chapel" build- 
ings. Shaw applied for and received one of these chapels 
from Camp Sutton. In 1993, The Boyd Chapel was com- 
pletely renovated due to the generosity of Shaw alumus 
and benefactor Rev. Thomas J. Boyd for whom the chapel 
was named at a ceremony, on November 21. 




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Dr. Mikael Broadway 
Asst. Professor of Theology & Ethics 



Dr. Se^enu^ T. Churn 
Director Winston-Salem Site 




Dr. Bruce Grady 
Asst. Professor & Dir. Religious Ed. 



Dr. Jeffrey J. Richards Dr. Rudolph Tripp 

Professor, Winston-Salem Site Dir. of Continuing Christian Education 




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Dtiniel R. Blackmond John A. Brown 

Masters of Divinity-Homiletics Masters of Divinity-Biblical Studies 




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Masters of Divinity 



Ronnie L, Chrisp Marilyn O. Davis Sonja V. Davis 

Masters of Divinity Masters of Divinity-Pastoral Counseling Masters of Divinity-Pastoral Counselin 




Ro\ L. Dennis \i:. :, 1 1 arrar Melvin L. Felton, Jr. 

Masters of Di\irut\-Theolog\' Masters ot Di\imt\-Keligion & Philosopyy Masters of Religious Education 



Alphonzo M. Hedgepeth 
Masters of Divinity- 




Laura T. Isiafi 
Masters of Divinity 



Mary A. Jeter Carswell A. Leonard Cashaunda J.McLaurin 

Masters of Divinity-Theology Masters of Divinit\'-Christian Education Masters of Di\irut\'-Theology 




Leroy F. Mitchell 
Masters of Divinity 



William F. Pegues 
Masters of Divinitv 



Leslie C. Pincknev 
Masters of Divinit\-Homiletics 



Jessie J. Purdie 
Masters of Di\inity-Theology 




Nicole P. Roach Tim Thomas 

asters of Divinity-Homiletics & EducaHon Masters of Divinitv-Pastoral 



Authur VV. Waddell 
Masters of Divinit\-Chhstian Education 



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Theodore Little 



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Valeria Page-Fleming 




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Floyd L.Green Edna M. Guy George W. Henderson Delores R. Johnson Lamont J. Johnson 




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- The women's dormitory formerly known 
as the Main Women's Dorm was renamed 
after Shaw University Board of Trustees 
member Dimple M. Newsome on November 
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The Willie E. Gary Student Center - Shaw 
University's Student Union was completed 
in 1968. The Student Union was later named 
after famous alumnus Attorney Willie E. 
Gary '71, on November 18, 1995. 




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