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OBSERVING 

THE HISTORIC 

SHAW UNIVERSITY: 

PAST TO PRESENT 




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President Henry President Charles President Joseph L. 

Martin Tupper Francis Mesereve Pecock 

1865-1893 1894-1919 1920-1931 



President William 


President Robert 


President William 


Stuart Nelson 


Prentiss Daniel 


Russell Stassner 


1931-1936 


1936-1950 


1950-1962 





President James 

Edward Cheek 

1963-1969 



President Clarenee 

G. Newsome 

2003- 






President King 

Vergil Cheek 

1969-1971 



President J. .Archie 
Hargraves 
1971-1976 



President Stanley H. 

Smith 

1977-1986 



President John 

Harding Lucas 

1986-1987 



President Talbert O. 

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"Strides to Excellence: Only the Best!" 

Shaw University 

Founded 1865 by Henry Martin Tupper 

Celebrating 140 Years of Excellence 



Dr. Clarence G. Newsome 
President 

118 East South Street 
Raleigh, NC 27601 



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Historical Perspective 




Dr. Henry Martin Tupper 
Founder, 1865 - 1893 

On December 1 , 1865, when Henry Martin Tupper undertook the organization of a 
theology class as a means of teaching Freedmen to read and interpret the Bible, no one 
envisioned the end result of this being the establishment of a university. Rapid growth 
in the size of this class led to the purchase of land in 1 866 for the purpose of erecting a 
building to serve as both church and school. The school was named the "Raleigh 
Institute," and it functioned as such until 1870, when it was supplanted by the "Shaw 
Collegiate Institute." In 1875, it was incorporated as the "Shaw University," which 
name it still bears, with the charter specifying that students were to be admitted 
without regard to race, creed, or sex. The school does not bear the name of its founder 
but of Elijah Shaw, the benefactor who provided funds for the first building, Shaw Hall, 
erected in 1871. 

The coeducational emphasis of the institution was noted with the erection of the Estey 
Seminary (1873), the first dormitory in the United States for "Black Women." Named 
for its primary benefactor, Jacob Estey, the building was used as a residence hall for 
women until 1 968 and for men from 1 968 to 1 970. The building is listed in the 
National Register of Historic Places and now serves as a cultural center for the Raleigh 
community. 

The University graduated its first college class in 1 878, its first class of medical doctors 
in 1886, awarded its first law degree in 1 890, and its first pharmacy degree in 1 893. In 

1 909, the Normal Department was supplanted by an Education Department, and in 

1 9 1 0, the Preparatory Department became a four-year academy. The professional 



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schools were closed in 1918, but the college, theological department, and academy 
were continued, the latter existing until 1926. The theological department became a 
theological seminary in 1933 and continued as part of the University until 1976, 
when it became an independent institution. 

Since 1921, Shaw has functioned primarily as a liberal arts college, although it has 
retained its name as a university. In 193 1 , the University elected its first Black 
president. Dr. William Stuart Nelson, who was president from 1931 to 1936. In 
1963, the University elected its first president who is an alumnus of the school, Dr. 
James E. Cheek. He remained president from December 1963 through June 1969. 
Dr. Talbert O. Shaw, the 12th President of Shaw University (1987-2003), led the 
institution in its "Strides for Excellence: Why Not the Best" campaign. He and Shaw 
University was the subject of a March 1 994 cover article in The Chronicle of Higher 
Education, this country's most important journal on colleges and universities. The 
article focused on the University's recent history, remarking on the great strides it has 
made and the momentum it has developed. 

In February 2003, the University named Dr. Clarence G. Newsome the 1 3th 
President. Under his administration, cutting-edge technological advances have been 
installed and are operating successfully; land acquisition has increased; promising 
professional partnerships have been established; and faculty, staff, and student morale 
is showing good vital signs. His vision, "A New Shaw for a New Millennium," 
coupled with "Strides to Excellence: Only the Best" truly characterize the 
administration of Dr. Newsome. 




Convention Hall - Residence Hall for men 

Erected in 1881 

Named in honor of the Baptist State Convention of NC 




Dr. Clarence G. Newsome 
President 



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Office of the President 



To My Shaw University Family: 

This is an exciting time tor Shaw University .is we celebrate 140 years of excellence. 
The history of Shaw University reflects its daring "firsts" in educational developments 
and acts of humanitarianism for African Americans and all people. With bold assurance. 
Shaw continues to build with confidence its legacy of distinction. The challenge placed 
before us remains steads and that is to prepare a people to live free, self-determining, and 
productive lives. Indeed, our school dictum. Strides to Excellence: Only the Bc\t. 
remains our hallmark and driving force that encourages and enriches the lives of students 
and the quality of this university's instructional and social programs 

I am proud of Shaw's outstanding faculty and administrators working in tandem to 
enhance our students' academic and intellectual aspirations. This yearbook highlights the 
character of our campus, our student life and achievements that are so closely intertw ined 
with our essential purpose to perform our best. 

I thank you for publishing this pictorial. What is more. I thank you for the special 
attention you have taken to ensure its viewers will have a clear picture of the evolutionary 
growth of this noble institution. When our memories fail, this reference book will 
rekindle our joys and the memories of our friends and teachers and what it means to be a 
Shaw Bear. 

In closing, I extend to everyone who has participated in preparing these memorable 
pages, a heartfelt thank you and congratulations on a job well done. Let us continue to 
move forward together knowing that each step we take in pursuit of excellence will bring 
us closer to the bold assurance that leads to success and that which is available to us. 

'lours sincerely. 



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Clarence G. Ncwsome 
President 



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WHAT'S THE 411.... 

Strides to Excellence 1 

Historical Perspective 2 

President's Message 4 

Alma Mater 6 

Student Government Association 8 

Miss Shaw 10 

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Reflections of the Past 7^^^ft^^T!^T. 90 

Homecoming g8 

Student Life 122 

CAPE 148 

Athletics 162 

Yearbook Staff 187 



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ALMA MATER 



HAIL, Dear Old Shaw U, 

Thy sons revere thy name, 

Long shall thy works be proud, 

Undimmed thy fame, 

Time shall thy praises sing; 

Glory repay thy tears, 

An loud thy praises ring 

Thru all the years. 

Noble thy hallways, 

Noble thy grassy plains, 

Nobler the hearts of men 

Where thou dost reign. 

All we who love thy name, 

Stout hearts that shall not fail, 

All rise and loud proclaim, 

Alma, Mater, Hail! 



Words By: Harry Payne Class of 1935 



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staff, and faculty gather outside 

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Center to commemorate our 

constitutional rights. 



Preamble 

We, the people of the United States, in 
order to form a more perfect union, 
establish justice, insure domestic 
tranquility, provide for the common 
defense, promote the general welfare, 
and secure the blessings of liberty to 
ourselves and our posterity, do ordain 
and establish this Constitution for the 
United States of America. 



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Student Government Association 

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Seated (left to right): Leon D. Parker, Telvin Debnam,Tamika Armstrong, Ebony Johnson, Ebonie 

Kizer, Shawn E. Johnson, Donald Mitchell, Jr. 

Standing (left to right): Fabrice Blackson, Ebony Spivey, Priscilla Wright, Sharece Crawford, 
Raynita Morrison, Martie Bowser, Emerald Smith , Cecila Simpkins, Evingerlene Blakney 

Advisor, Mrs. Jerelene F. Carver 



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Mr. M artel A. Perry 
Executive Vice President 



Dr. Claud Flythe 

Special Assist, to the President & 

Acting Vice President for 

Student Affairs 




Dr. Lillie M. Boyd 

Special Assist, to the President for 

Strategic Planning, Institutional 

Research, and Effectiveness 



Dr. Herman E. Thomas 

Acting Vice President for 

Academic Affairs 



Mr. Thomas Poitier 

Acting Vice President for 

Fiscal Affairs 



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Dr. Cleon F. Thompson, Jr. 
Interim Vice President for 
Institutional Advancement 



Dr. Mack Sowell 

Associate Vice President for 
Enrollment Management 



Dr. Quincy Scott, Jr. 
Dean of Thomas J. Boyd Chapel 



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BOARD OF TRUSTEES 




Left to Right (Back Row) Dr. Issac Horton, III, Mrs. Manola N. Pluse, Atty. David Walker, Dr. Charles Bullock, Dr. Guthrie L. 
Tuner Jr., Dr. W. B. Lewis 

(Middle Row) Dr. Arlee Griffin, Jr., Dr. George C. Debnam, Dr. Dimple M. Newsome, Dr. Ida S. Wiggins, Dr. Priscilla A. 
Brodie, Dr. David C. Forbes, Dr. John H. Lucas 

(Front Row) Dr. Joseph N. Bell, Jr. Miss Ebony Johnson, Dr. H. Donell Lewis, Dr. Thelma Goodrich, Dr. Clarence G. Newsome, 
Atty. Willie E. Gary, Dr. Geneva B. Chavis, Atty. Lorenzo Williams, Dr. Vernon Malone 



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Attv Willie E Gan Dr. Vcrnon Malone Dr. Geneva B. Chavis Dr. Thelma Goodrich Dr. George C. Debnam Dr. H. Donell Lewis 

Vice Chairman Secretary Assistant Secittarj Chair of Building and Grounds 

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Attv. Lorenzo 
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Dr. Ida S. Wiggins 



Dr. John Lucas 



Dr. Dimple M. 
Newsome 



Dr. Charles Bullock Dr. Priscilla A. Brodie 




Dr. Arlee Griffin. Jr Dr. Isaac Horton. Ill Dr. David C. Forbes Dr. Joseph N. Bell Attv. Daivd Walker Dr. W. B. Lewis 




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community resources and educational opportunities to help them 

succeed in school and in life. 

Our vision is that every child has the opportunity to learn and to 

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UNIVERSITY DEANS 




Dr. James T. Robertson Jr. 

Dean of Divinity School 




Dr. Joan Barrax 

Dean. College of Graduate and Professional 
Studies 





Dr. Quincy Scott 

Dean of Thomas J. Boyd Chapel 



Dr. Kim Leathers, 

Dean, The Honors College 



Dr. Elvira Williams 

Dean, College of Arts, Natural Science and Math 



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Faculty and Staff 




April Abbott 
Instructor, English 



Abdinur, Ali 
Instructor 

Mathematical 
Sciences 



Dr. Fidelis Akagha 

Associate Professor 

Economics Bus & Pub 

Admin. 



Lawrence Akoje 

Instructor, Biology & 

Physical Science 



Josephine Ngozi 

Akunwafor 
Instructor, Mass 
Communications 






Dr. Ali Al-Taie 
Chair, Social Sciences 



Carl Algood 

Assistant Professor 

Social Work 



Dr. Helen Asemota 

Professor Biochem, 

Natural Sciences & 

Math 



Dr. Cyril Attiogbe 
Assistant Professor 
Natural Sci. & Math 



Annette Baker 

Adm. Assistant 

Office of Academic Affairs 




Dr. Desire Baloubi 

Assistant Professor 

English 



May me Banks 
Acquisitions 
Coordinator 



Yarwo J Spruill 

Bannerman 

OSWW 



Rev. Harry Barnes 
Adjunct Instructor 



Caroline Barnes 

Adjunct Professor 

Social Work 



Intelligence plus character --that is the. goal of true education. 
Martin Luther King, Jr. 



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Faculty and Staff 




Karam Batra 
Professor 

Mathematics 



Sonjai Bienemy 

Adm. Support 

Student Activities 




James Battle 

Assistant Enrollment 

Management 



Agnes Baxter 

Residence Director 

Fleming Kee 





Ron Bishop 

Residence Director 

Dimple Newsome 

LLC 



James Boyd 

Assistant Coach 
Bowling 



Erica Brooks 

Professor 
Ahoskie CAPE 



Anthony Brown 

Instructor 

Humanities 



Clifton Bazemore 

Custodian 

Ahoskie CAPE 



Levi Beckwith 

Assistant Professor 

Bus. Admin., Bus. & 

Pub Admin. 




Dr. Lisa Blair 


Shelia Bourne 


Dianne Bovd 


sistant Professor 


Director 


Head Coach 


Humanities 


Library Services 


Bowling 




Cassandra Brown 

Director 
Durham CAPE 




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Leamon Brown 
Arts & Science 




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Faculty and Staff 




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Rosa Brown 
Loan Coordinator 



Bernard Bugg 
Assistant Professor 
Bus. & Pub Admin. 



Kim Butler 

Director 

Office of the President 



Dr. Elizabeth Byrne 

Assistant Professor 

Humanities 



Sherry Camblie 
Adm. Assistant 
Office Manager 




Loretta M. Campbell 
Exec. Assistant 

Office of Sp. Assist, to 
the President 



Alfonza Carter 
Director 

Intercollegiate 
Athletics 



Jerelene Carver 

Director 

Counseling Center 



Dr. Harish Chander 

Professor, English 

Humanities 



Gaetane Charles-Marc 
Adm. Support 
Student Affairs 



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Insoo Chung 

Assistant Professor 

Social Sciences 



Monte Clampett 

Part-time Instructor 

Criminal Justice 

Asheville CAPE 



Ahmed Tejan-Cole 

Instructor 

Humanitites 



Shawnda Cooper 

Residence Counselor 

Student Affairs 



Sherry L Courtney 

Executive Secretary 

Office of the President 



Education is not the fitting of a pail, 
but the (ighting of afire. 

Wiliam Butter Teats 



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Faculty and Staff 




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Diane Crawford 
.Associate VP for 
Human Resources 



Felix Dancy 

Residence Counselor 
TOSLLC-Men's 

Student .affairs 



Rena Daniels 

Coordin. African 

American Collection 

Library 



Joyce Davis 

Adm. Assistant 
Student Affairs 




Pamela Denning 

Assistant Professor 

Social Sciences 



Gigi Derballa 

Part-time Instructor 

of English 

Asheville CAPE 



Wallace Dickerson 

Instructor 

Ahoskie CAPE 



Evelyn Dowd 

Professor 

Religion & Philosophy 



Sonja V.B. Davis 
Recruiter 

Maintenance of an 
integrated system 

of planning, 
management, and 

evaluation to 

improve aCC major 

operatons at the 

University and to 

ensure 

institntianat 

effectiveness.... 




Cynthia Duarte 

Instructor 
Freshman Studies 



Dr. Bennett Edwards 

Associate Professor 

Allied Health 



Melissa Ellis 

Employment 

Coordinator 

Human Resources 



Remigius Emeto 

Residence Counselor 

TOSLLC- Men's 

Student Affairs 



Eric Erickson 
Adjunct Professor 
CRJ & Business 




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Addie Everett 

Adm. Assistant 

Greenville Extension 



Kamesia M Ewing 

Director 

Financial Aid 



Dr. Mercy Fapojuwo 

Associate Professor 

Instructional Tech. 

Education 



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Marilyn Fields 

Exec. Assist, to the 

President 

Office of the President 



Sarah Finney 

Assistant 

Human Resources 




Hooshang 


Suzanne France 


Lucy Gichaga 


Foroudastan 


Sp. Assist, to Exec. 


Adm. Assistant 


Chief Info. Officer 


VP 


Library Services 


Information Tech 


Office of the President 





Dr. Prior and student 



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Faculty and Staff 




Ayesha K Givens 

Exec. .Assist, to the VP for 

AA 

Office of Academic .Affairs 



Dr. Cynthia Graham 

Director 
First Year Programs 



Grace Graham 

Recruiter 
Durham CAPE 



Benjamin Hall 

Security 
Asheville CAPE 



Bernadine Hall 

Adm. Assistant 

OSPIRE 





Dr Grover B. Hall 
Substance Abuse 

Counselor 
Student Affairs 



Ann Harris 

Adm. Assistant 

Religion & Philosophy 



Lemuel Harrison 

Instructor 

Business 



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Gail Hatcher 

Instructor 

English 




Dr. Corlis Hayes 

Associate Professor 

English 




Dr. Bertha Haynes 

Adjunct Professor 

Humanities 



Dr. Angela Hicks 

Pre-A wards Grant 

Specialist 

Sponsored Programs 



Dr. Willie High 

Director of the Office 

of Volunteerism 



Cynthia Hill 

Director 

Purchasing 



Kenneth Hinton 

Assistant Professor 

Visual & Performing 

Arts 



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Faculty and Staff 



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Juanda Holley 

Director 

Career Development 



Flazina N. Home, 

Adm. Assistant 
High Point CAPE 



Dr. Lucky I made 


Eric Ingram 


Dr. Rachida Jackson 


Associate Professor 


Sp. Assist, to the 


Assistant Professor 


Intl. Relations 


Exec. VP 


Humanities 


Social Sciences 


Office of the President 






Evangeline January 

Nurse 

Health Center 



Gerald Jarrett 

Assistant Professor 

Social Sciences 




Jamale Johnson 

Professor 

Religion & Philosophy 



Dr.. Walter Johnson, Jr. 

Chair 

Computer Info. 

Sciences 



Dr. Deloris Jerman 

Assistant Dean 

College of Grad. & 

Prof. Studies 



Dr. Wei Jin 

Assistant Professor 

Comp. Info. Sciences 




Dr. Frederick Jones 

Chair 

Humanities 



Gary Jones 

Residence Counselor 
TOSLLC-Men's 
Student Affairs 



Jacqueline Johnson 

Secretary 

Alumni Relations & 

Planned Giving 





Jamel Jones 

Adjunct Professor 

Durham CAPE 




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Faculty and Staff 




Karen Jones Shaneka Jones Sharon-Rose Joseph Yvonne Joyner Tara Kachgal 

Director Food Sen ices Office Manager Project Service Tech Customer Service Rep Assistant Professor 

Thompson Hospitality Thompson Hospitality Faculty Development Enrollment Management Mass Communications 




HBHI 

Nfassory Kake 

Tutor Specialist 

Academic Advising 

Center 




Georgia Kearney 

Professor 

Religion & Philosophy 



Candice McKoy-Keith- 

Admin. .Assist. -CAPE 

Office of Academic 

Affairs 



Ethel Kelly 

Part-time Instructor 

for Business 

Asheville. CAPE 



Dorothy Kencius 

Tech Support 

Office of the President 




Joyce King 

Director 

Kannapolis CAPE 



Dr James Kirkley 
.Assistant Professor 

Religion & Ethics 
Religion & 
Philosophy 



Ayana Knight 

Archive .Assistant 

Librarv Services 



Joyce Lane 

Adjunct Professor 

English 

Ahoskie CAPE 



Dr. Terrance Leathers 
Assist. VP for AA for 

CAPE 

Office of Academic 

Affairs 



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Faculty and Staff 



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James E. Leathers 

Instructor 

Social Sciences 

Ahoskie CAPE 



Bessie Lewis 

Support Services 

Office Of Academic 

Affairs 




Dr Griffin D. Lockett 
Dir. Social Wrk. 

Prgm. 
Social Sciences 



Marcus Lofton 

Counselor 

Financial Aid 



Robert Lophovsky 

Assistant Professor 

of Sociology 

Asheville CAPE 




Reginald Lowery 

Dir. Testing Center 

Office of Academic 

Affairs 



Bernadine Maduako 

Residence Counselor 

Dimple Newsome 

Student Affairs 



Lana Mangum 

Office Manager 

Financial Aid 



Phyllis F Martin 

Director 
Asheville CAPE 





Waymon Martin 

Professor 

Bus. & Public 

Administration 



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Dr James McCallum 

Assistant Professor 

Allied Health 



Danny McCullers 

Residence Counselor 

TOSLLC-Men's 

Student Affairs 



Sherlock McDougald 
Dir. Customer Services 
Enrollment Management 



Musette McKelvey 
Librarian 



Linda McLean 

Progrm. Support Tech 

Education 



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Faculty and Staff 




Minnie McMillan 

.Assoc. Prof. Art 

Visual & Perfm. .Arts 



Thomas McMillian 

Assistant Professor 

Social Work Rky. Mt. 

Greenville CAPE 



Aleasia McNair 
OSPIRE 



Henry Mercer 

Coordinator 

Rky. Mt. Greenville 

Extension 



Dr. Kenneth Mitchell 

Assist. Prof. Mgt. & Dir. 

Entrepreneurial Village 

Project 




Dr. Wilberforce Mundia 

Assistant Professor 
Religion & Philosophy 




Dr. Grace Ndip 

Assoc. Prof. 
Chemistry & AA 
Dev. Coordinator 




Anozie Nebolisa 

Assistant Professor 

Comp. Info. Systems 



Dr 



James Nelson.Jr. 
Professor 
Natural Sciences 
Mathematics 




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Faculty and Staff 








Dr. James Nimmo 
Assistant Professor 
Natural Sci. & Math 



Dr. Steve Niu 

Associate Professor 

Durham CAPE 



Patricia Nwosu 

Assistant Professor 

English 

Humanities 



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Roosevelt D Odom 

Professor 

Math 



Gloria Odum 
Adm. Assistant 
Ahoskie CAPE 




Marcellina Offoha 
Director 
Rky Mt. & Greenville 
CAPE 




Edwin Okoye 

Instructor 

Bus. & Pub. 

Administration 



Dr. Comfort Okpala 

Coordinator.Research 

& Assessment 

Education 



Joseph Palmer 

Clinical Instructor 

Kinsiotherpist 

Allied Health 



Dr. Joyce J Pandelis 
Associate Professor 
Philosophy & Ethics 



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Delphine Parker 

Counselor 

Financial Aid 



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Vickie Parker 

Adm. Assistant 

Humanities 





Carolyn L. Parks 

Director 
Health Services 



William W. Peele 

Director 

Ashokie CAPE 




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Dr. Irene Perry 


Sp. Assist.to the 


President 


Office of the President 





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Faculty and Staff 




Cleon Pierce 

Electrical Coordinator 
Plant Services 




Joyce Richardson 

Univ. Supervisor Field 

Exp. 

Education 




Gabriel la Rogers 
Adm. Assistant 
Asheville CAPE 



Ellen Pinckney 

Residence Director 

TOSLLC-Mens 

Student AtTairs 



Dr. Michael Prior 

Assistant Professor 

Social Sciences 





Dr. Lana Riggins 

Assistant Professor 

Psychology 

Social Sciences 



Florrie Rivers 
Cashier 

Fiscal Affairs 



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Dr. K P Satagopan 

Associate Professor 

Mathematics 



Dr. Allyson Sesay 

Associate Professor 

Education 



Linda Reynolds 
Instructor 
Education 



Amanda L. Rice 

Adm. Assistant 

Wilmington CAPE 




Brenda Robinson 
Part-Instructor 
Asheville CAPE 



Kimberly Robinson 




Stacy Shaw 

Service Manager 

Thompson Hospitality 



Mary Sifford 

Secretary 

Kannapolis CAPE 



Education's purpose is to replace an empty mind 
with an open one. 

Malcolm Forbes 



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Faculty and Staff 





Jahala Simuel 

Information Services 

Library 



Robert Smith 

Professor 

Social Sciences 



Vicki Spears 

Adm. Assist, to Dean 

College Grad. & Prof. 

Studies 



Sherby Speight 

Adm. Assist. & 

Cheerleading Coach 

Athletics 



Gwen Starr 
Adm. Assistant 
Social Sciences 





Dr. William A. Thurston Pamela Tinson-Bowden Dr. Paula Tolson-Moten 
Chair Records Management Coor. Grad. Education 

Religion & Philosophy Financail Aid Prgrm. 

Education 





Dr. Randall Vogt Dr. Constance Walker 
Chair Adjunct Professor 

Mass Communications Durham CAPE 



Margaret Tomanm 

Customer Service Rep 

Financial Aid 



Dr. Michael Umeadi, 
Residence Director 
TOSLLC- Women's 




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Recruiter 
Ahoskie CAPE 




Anthoni Wedderburn 

Assistant Professor 

Allied Health 



Dr. Eric Weil 

Associate Professor 

Humanities 



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Faculty and Staff 





Chante Wellington 

.Assistant Professor 

Psychology 

Social Sciences 



Ralph White 

Instructor 

Ahoskie CAPE 



Dr. Benjamin Whitlock 
Adjunct Professor 



What we have (earned from others 
becomes our own reflection, 

Ralph Waido Emerson 



Jocelyn Williams 

Assistant Professor 

Humanities 



Betty Allen-Williams 

Senior Admin. Assistant 

Executive Vice 

President 




Dr. Paul E. Wilson 
Interim Director 
High Point CAPE 



Andrea Wright 
Professor 



Elverda Yancey 

Residence Counselor 

Student Affairs 





Dr. Elaine Yarborough 

Associate Professor 

Political Science 

Social Sciences 






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Loom & Board: $34,200 
Loans: $30,000 
Loans With Interest: $43,984 



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Graduating Class of 3006 
Shaw University: Priceless 

There are some things money can 

buy, for everything else there is 

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SHAW UNIVERSITY 

Celebrating 140 Years of Service 
"Strides to Excellence: Only The Bes*!^. 

>u^ Sponsor of The Graduatm 
"\ <flass of 2006! 

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:ademic Affairs. Fabrice DiacKson. executive v r. Leon u. . „ 
Second Row (L to R): Tamika Boone. Administrative Assistant. Shawn E. Johnson. Director for Marketing & Promotions. Ebonie Kizer. Miss Senior 

Not Pictured: Celicia Simpkins. Director for Activities 



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Administration 



Concentration: 
Criminal Justice 



Systems 



Concentration: 
Criminal Justice 




Elton M Andrews 

Business 

Administration 

Concentration: 

Management 



Tamika L Armstrong 
Psychology 



Myra JArtis 
Liberal Arts 



Cornelius Atkinson 
Religion & Philosophy 



Byron JJ Austin 
Political Science 




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Monica Bagger 
Psychology 

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Mass Communications 


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Sandra G Barbour 

Sociology 

Concentration: 

Criminal Justice 



Frances R Barnes 

Sociology 

Concentration: 

Criminal Justice 



Christopher E Beal 

Business 

Administration 




Toni F Beams 

Business Administration 

Concentration: 

Management 



Vickie C Bellamy 
Psychology 



Shonta P Biggs 
Sociology 



Felecia Blackmon 

Business Administration 

Concentration: 

Management 



Fabrice J Blackson 
Chemistry 




Evonne Bolding 

Business Administration 

Concentration: 

Management 



Shanequa Z Boomer 

Sociology 

Concentration: 

Criminal Justice 



Randy Boston 

Business 

Administration 



Monet J Bowers 
Mass Communications 



Tiffany Boyce 

Business 
Administration 




Antonio Bradley 
Religion & Philosophy 



Regina Bradshaw 
Psychology 



Kenneth L Braswell 
Religion & Philosophy 



William Britton 

Business Administration 

Concentration: Accounting 



Baylen Brooks 

Computer Information 

Systems 



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Pal rice A Brown Business 

Administration 

Concentration: 

Managcmcnl 



Stephanie M Bryant 
Psychology 



Lisa N Bunch 
Liberal Studies 



Monita P Burnett 
Biology 



ary C Burl 
Liberal Studies 



Criminal Justice 



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Criminal Justice 



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Tamica M Burnett 
Therapeutic Recreation 
Concentration: Biology 




Concentrati 
Criminal Justice 




Seniors Fabrice 



ohnson 
brings greetings 
on behalf of the 
student bodv 



Id Mitchell, Jr, Ma»ice Pre 



with Mrs. Simuel. Mrs. Carver, and 
Mrs. Fields 




Justin Moore enjoys one of 
his last meals in the cafe. 



Cclicia Simpkins poses 
freshman mentee 
demonstrating the senior 

class motto: "Together 

Everyone Achieves Much 

Success" 




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Wanda D Carr 

Business 
Administration 



Yvette Chapman 
Sociology 



Chester C Charles II 

Speech Pathology & 

Audiology 



Hope C Christler 

Sociology 

Concentration: 

Criminal Justice 



Lamont D Clark 

Business 
Administration 




JolynnS Collins Helen L Cooper Cheryl Cooper-Peters Tiffany N Corbitt Tanisha S Crosson 

Sociology Business Sociology Business Administration International Relations 

Administration Concentration: 

Management 




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Beverly S Davis 


Jermain A Davis 


Daisy B Delaney 


Nicole S Dempson 


Psychology 


Business 
Administration 


Mass Communications 


Sociology 


Social Work 




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Jemale L Dent Amanda K Douglas Erina M Doyle 

Mass Communications Sociology Religion & Philosophy 

Concentration: 

Criminal Justice 



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Physics 



Nicole M Earley 
Mass Communications 



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Sociology 
Concentration: 
Criminal Justice 



Marie A Edwards 

Business 
Administration 



Rebekah A Edwards 
Sociology 




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Business Administration Psychology 
Concentration: 
Management 


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Criminal Justice 




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Concentration: 
Management 



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Svstems 



Concentration: 
Management 




Administration 



Valerie Freeman 

Business 
Administration 



Shamika R Garlington 
Sociology 



John A Garner 
Biology 



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Sociology 
Concentration: 
Criminal Justice 




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Business 
Administration 


Angelia M Graddy 
Psychology 


Nancy L Graves 
Social Work 


Terry G Grier 

Sociology 
Concentration: 
Criminal Justice 


Melissa B Grimes 
Public Administration 




Harry L Hall 

Business 

Administration 

Concentration: 

Accounting 



Tanisha Y Hall 

Business 
Administration 



Monae A Hamilton 
Mass Communications 



Belinda J Harper 
Sociology 



Bernice T Harris 

Business 
Administration 



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It is time for us to leave and create paths for the Bears that will 
graduate after us. Once you are making millions, living personal 
jets, riding in a stretch limousine with a chauffeur."please do not 
forget where you came from. If Shaw University would have 
turned their backs on us four years ago then who knows where we 
would be. This was the best year of my life because I had a chance 
to serve the students!!! As for my Alma Mata. I LOVE IT!!! I LOVE 
IT!!! 1 LOVE IT!!! There is something that I would like to share 
with you. 

The road to success is not straight. 
There is a curve called Failure. 

A loop called Confusion. 

Speed bumps called Friends. 

Red lights called Enemies. 

Caution lights called Family. 

You will have flats called Jobs. 

But, if you have a spare called Determination! 

An engine called Perseverance! 

Insurance called Faith! 

A driver called Jesus! 

You will make it to a place called Success. 

I love all of you. May God continue to bless you! 



-Ebony Johnson, SGA President 

The acronym, T.E.A.M.S. denoting Together Everyone Achieves 
Much Success is more than a new aphorism. It is an underlying 
principle for success! Every significant accomplishment requires 
teamwork. Our team for success will always include God, family, 
friends, and trusted associates. To this end, as we forge ahead as 
alumni, we must remember two fundamental things: 1 ) Shaw 
University has equipped us for excellence, and 2) the words of a 
sage "success in life has nothing to do with what you gain in life or 
accomplish for yourself. It's what you do for others. 

-Leon D. Parker, Senior Class President 




Audiology 





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Audiology 



Administration 





vlonica M Hart 


Wanda K Hart 


Rasheema D Hayes 


Evelyn C Herbin 


Brenda J Hinton 


Sociology 


Psychology 


Mass Communications 


Computer Information 
Svstems 


Business 
Administration 




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Eva E Hodge 

Business 

Administration 




(Catherine N Hodge John L Hooker Lila Hooks Derrick W Horton 

Psychology Public Administration Religion & Philosophy Religion & Philosophy 

& Political Science 




Laura Hucks-Henr 

Sociology 

Concentration 

Criminal Justice 



Stacia R Hutchins Folashade O Ibitoye 

Computer Information Business 

System Administration 



Susan N Iheanachor 

Sociology 

Concentration 

Criminal Justice 



Jeff Jackson 

Computer Information 

System 




Jermaine K Jackson 
English 



Lawanda Jackson 

Business 
Administration 



Eugenia I James 
Political Science 



Priscilla W James 
Social Work 



Tequila S James 
Sociology 




Assan Jcng 
Computer Information 

Svslem 



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Rcnee Johnson 

Business 

Administration 

Concentration: 

Management 



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Aletha F Johnson 
Criminal Justice 



Ebony R Johnson 

Sociology 
Concentration: 
Criminal Justice 



Johney R Johnson 
Mass Communications 



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Shameka N Johnson 
Computer Science 



Shawn E Johnson 

Business Administration 

Concentration: 

Management 



Speech Pathology & 
Audiology 



elby N Jones 
Mass Communication 




Administration 



Administration 




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Administration 



Concentration: 
Criminal Justice 





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Tommy R LeGrand 
Religion & Philosophy 


Anthony D. Liles 

Business 

Administration 

Concentration: 

Management & 

Computer Information 

Svstems 



Cody L Logan Harry Love III Kassie B Lynch 

Computer Information Religion & Philosophy Business Administration 
Systems Concentration: 

Management 




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Hermanita R Marablc 

Sociology 

Concentration: 

Criminal Justice 



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David L Mclntyre I 

Sociology 

Concentration: 

Criminal Justice 



Uvonka S Mercer 

Sociology 

Concentration: 

Criminal Justice 



Elaine Mitchell 

Sociology 
Concentration: 
Criminal Justice 



Juanita K Marshall 
Liberal Studies 



James McCleave 
Biology 



Denise McCullers 

Sociology 

Concentration: 

Criminal Justice 



Shena S Mcfadden 
Public Administration 




JoAnne A Mckinnon 
Religion & Philosophy 



Lee-Deedra M Mcleod 
Psychology 




Beverly A McWhirt 

Sociology 

Concentration: 

Criminal Justice 



Marcello K Mease 

Computer Information 

Systems 



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Antonio Merrick 
Political Science 



Ervin M Miller 
Religion & Philosophy 



Sylvia W Miller 

Business 
Administration 



Delverene C Mills 

Sociology 

Concentration: 

Criminal Justice 




Donald Mitchell, Jr. 
Chemistry 



Sharon Mitchell 
Public Administration 



Melody B Mobley 
Liberal Studies 



Idoreyin Montague 

Visual & Performing 

Arts 

Concentration: 

Music 



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Isoke R Moore 
Psychology 




Justin A Moore 
Psychology 



Raymond P Moore Latonya 

Sociology Computer Information Business 

Systems Administration 




Administration 


Nadia D Money 
Biology 


Jacqueline C Morris 
Sociology- 
Concentration: 
Criminal Justice 




LaCretia M Munn 

Sociology 

Concentration: 

Criminal Justice 



Concentration: 
Criminal Justice 



Concentration: 
Criminal Justice 



Mary W Nails 

iusiness Administration 

Concentration: 

Accounting 




Wilbert Nichols HI 
Psychology 



Business 
Administration 



Uchechukwu Okam 
Chemistry 



Oyindamola N Oki 

Computer Science & 

Mathematics 



Marilyn C Oliphant 

Sociology 

Concentration: 

Criminal Justice 



Tasha S Oneal 

Sociology 
Concentration: 
Criminal Justice 




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Clyde E Oxion. Sr. Ronke' Oyelade Leon D Parker 

Business Administration Mass Communications Religion & Philosophy 
Concentration 



Management 



Monica L Parker 
Social Work 




Tomicka C Parker 

Business 

Administration 



Brenda Patterson 

Business Administration 

Concentration: 

Management 



Latasha C Peele 
Public Administration 



Terra R Pegram 
Social Work 



Chandra Pegues 
Psychology 



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"When we (football) won the CIAA 
Championship & the Pioneer 
Bowl." 

-Travis Wells 

"'When I became an AKA." 

- Fabrice Blackson 

"I met my soulmate in class , that 
makes it even better." 

-Jenai Carter 

"My entire senior year. There are so 
many energized students so I can't 
choose one thing." 

-Antonio Merrick 

"It has not happened yet, 

graduation!" 

- Justin Moore 




Shawn Johnson 




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Antonio Merrick 



"Wow, let me see. When the cafe 
was remodeled." 

- Shawn Johnson 



"Homecoming 2005' 



Byron Austin 



"Winning my cross country 
championship in 2002" 

-Lisa Steward 

"The Alpha Pajama Jam my 
freshman year" 

-Chase Dickson 

The administration, faculty, & staff. 

Dr. Newsome and his great vision 
for the new millennium." 
-Gary Hines 



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Jerry L Pender 
Public Administration Reli 



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sl Business 
Administration 



Sociology 



Daphne D Pickett 
Psychology 



Janice B Pitt 
Elementary Education 




Charles A Powell 
Sociology 



Concentration: 
Accounting 





Sociology 

Concentration: 

Criminal Justice 



Dennis Rogers 

Religion & Philosophy 

& Psychology 



Priscilla G Ross 

Business Administration 

Concentration: 

Accounting 



Nickquiltetay S Rutledge 
Public Administration 



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Psychology 




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Beverly E Sanders 

Business 

Administration 


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Tasha S Oneal 

Sociology 
Concentration: 
Criminal Justice 



Tomicka C Parker 

Business 

Administration 




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Clyde E Oxion, Sr. Ronke" Oyelade Leon D Parker Monica L Parker 

Business Administration Mass Communications Religion & Philosophy Social Work 

Concentration 
Management 




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Brenda Patterson 

Business Administration 

Concentration: 

Management 



Latasha C Peele 
Public Administration 



Terra R Pegram 
Social Work 



Chandra Pegues 
Psychology 



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"When we (football) won the CIAA 
Championship & the Pioneer 
Bowl." 

-Travis Wells 

"When I became an AKA." 

- Fabrice Blackson 

"I met my soulmate in class , that 
makes it even better." 

-Jenai Carter 

"My entire senior year. There are so 
many energized students so I can't 
choose one thing." 

-Antonio Merrick 

"It has not happened yet, 

graduation!" 

- Justin Moore 




"Wow, let me see. When the cafe 
was remodeled." 

- Shawn Johnson 



"Homecoming 2005" 



Shawn Johnson 



Byron Austin 







"Winning my cross country 
championship in 2002" 

-Lisa Steward 

"The Alpha Pajama Jam my 
freshman year" 

-Chase Dickson 

The administration, faculty, & staff. 

Dr. Newsome and his great vision 
for the new millennium." 
-Gary Hines 



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Jerry L Pender Debra L Perry 

Public Administration Religion & Philosophy 
& Business 
Administration 




.harles A Powell 
Sociology 



Mau 
Busine 

Concentration: 
Accounting 




Psychology 







Sociology 

Concentration: 

Criminal Justice 



Dennis Rogers Priscilla G Ross 

Religion & Philosophy Business Administration 
& Psychology Concentration: 

Accounting 



etay S Rutledge 
Public Administration 



Beverly E Sanders 

Business 

Administration 




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John E Scott 

Computer Information 

System 



Nikishia S Scott 
Social Work 



Nathaniel G Shields 

Sociology 

Concentration: 

Criminal Justice 



Charles JSimms 
Therapeutic Recreation 



Celicia R Simpkins 

Business 

Administration 




Keeda A Simpson Johnnette A Smith 

Mass Communications Social Work 



Delacey L Snipes Henri L Spivey 

Public Administration Business Administration 
Concentration: 



Management 



Bernadette E Sprosta 

Business Administration 

Concentration: 



Accounting 




Terry D Stanberry 
Sociology 



Adrian M Starks 
Psychology 



Jerrod C Steele 

Business Administration 

Concentration: 

Management 



Lisa R Stewart 

Business 

Administration & Mass 

Communications 



Loris W Sutton 

Sociology 

Concentration: 

Criminal Justice 




Sylvia E Clifton 
Public Administration 



Teairra N Taylor 

Sociology 
Concentration: 
Criminal Justice 



Alan J Temple 

Business Administration 

Concentration: 

Management 



Betsey L Terry 

Sociology 
Concentration: 
Criminal Justice 



Lateshia S Thomas 
Public Administration 



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Monita Burnett 
.Age: 22 

Hometown: Ventura. CA 
Favorite Dessert: Chocolate 
Ice Cream 

Favorite Athlete: Allen Iverson 

Favorite TV Show: CSI 

Final Words to the Class of 

06": "Good Luck and may 

God bless you on your future 

endeavors." 




Age: 23 

Hometown: Staton Island. NY 

Favorite Color: Blue 

Favorite Designer: Kenneth 

Cole 

Favorite Beverage: Sweet Tea 
Final Words to the Class of 

06': "Dont forget about truth, 
and character, otherwise you 
will fall into things that will 
make vou live beneth you." 



Lisle Lewis 
Jirthday: September 23rd 
Hometown: New York, NY 
Favorite Author: James 
Baldwin 

Favorite Fruit: All 
Favorite Movie: Star Wars 
Trilogy 
Final Words to the Class of 
06': "Education, education, 
education!" 




anya Thorn 
Social Work 



Irene M Thompson 

Sociology 

Concentration: 

Criminal Justice 



Arthur Thompson, Jr. 

Computer Information 

Svstems 



Deborah A Tinnin 
Social Work 



Latoya A Todd 
Sociology 



Valerie Troy 
Sociology 



Capnsha Tyler 
Psychology 




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Ella J Umelo 
Religion & Philosophy 



Patricia A Vinson 

Business 
Administration 



Sheila T Walker 
Public Administration 



Theresa D Walker 

Business 

Administration & 

Public Administration 



Carol A Ward 

Business 
Administration 




Julia E Warren Mary A Washington Travis S Wells DaNita Whitaker Karey A Whitaker 

Sociology Religion & Philosophy Computer Information Sociology Business 

Systems Administration 




Mary T Whitehead 
Public Administration 



Molly F Whitley Shekiah J Wilder Imani Wilkey Iesha A William 

Sociology Speech Pathology & Mass Communication Biology 

Audiology 




Iliannexesis Z Williams 

Sociology 

Concentration: 

Criminal Justice 



Linda Williams 
Sociology 



Pamela B Williams 
Religion & Philosophy 



Tori V Williams 
English 



Ebony M Wills 

Computer Information 

Systems 



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Social Work 


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Tamesha Woolard Terry M Worth 
Sociology Sociology & Public 
Administration 


Priscilla A Wright 
Psychology 


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Veronica Booker Cornelius Bosier Leslie Brewster Tannis L. Brown Alethea Bryant 




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Marian B.Cannon Williane Carr 




Lisa Boone- 
Chandler 



Crvstal Clark Kisha Cochran 



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DeAnthony 
Collins 



Annie M. Davis 



Anthony G. 
Copeland 



Frances G. 
Corbett 



TaymerC. 
Courtney 



Lajuan A. 
Crawford 





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Telvin D. 
Debnam 



Deborah W. Ryan S. Donahue Terry L. Dublen 

Deloatch 






Suzette Dukes Garry Duncan 



Michele A. 
Dunlap 



Sherry Eason Gerrard D. Everie 




Whitnee' Fields Terrance J. Ford Michelle S. 

Adams-Frazier 



Hawa Fully Wanda Gaines 



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Cheryl D. Gatling Princess Gilbert 




Patrice Gist Mary C. Gregory- Tirrell Hanablew 

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Jesse Harrison Jimmy F. Hendley Linda C. Hewett Ebony J. Hill Mitra A. Hoehne 




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Angelas S. Hunt Kiya Jenkins Shika O. Johnson David A. Johnson Arnisha Jones 




James Jones 



Christopher 
Joseph 



Hope Joyner Teresa Judge Natalie Key 



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Kyle Keye 



Jermonty C. 
Kimbrough 



Joia P. King Kelly Kitchens 



Kimberly 
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McCallum 



Kimberly McGee Evangela H. 

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Sandra D. Melvin 



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Corey K. Mitchell Delena B. Moore Victor L.Morman 



Torrance M. 

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Rachel C. 

Nesmith 




Shirley Peele Saundra Pegues Anthony Persons Clarence Presley Shackacondia L. 

Razor 




Kenneth W. 
Robinson 



Brian Robles Tia Rowland Jerry T. Rudd Ricardo SafTord 



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Gadsden-Sams 




Anthony L. 
Sanders 



ToddM.Schupp Gloria J. Shanklin Jerry Shaw 





Yashica Short Carrrie A. Simons Larry Simpson 



Shakira J. 
Simpson 



Chervl A. Smith 




Emerald Smith Michael Smith Shenita R. Speller Ebony M. Spivey Melissa A Stokley 




Tommyka C. 
Strickland 



Jacqueline 
Sturdivant 



Carla Thompson Teiasha Vassell David B. Warren 



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Marlene Williams Mary A. Williams Patrice D. 

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Ronda R. 
Williams 



Timothy R. 
Williams 




Essie D. Winstead Virginia Yates 




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Benjamin L. Allen Twanna S. Autry Adrienne Baker Gennile M. Barber 



Delecia Barnes 




Jacynthia Baits Ebony Branch Markeshia Braziel 




Shaneque Q. Brockers 





Kia Y. Brooks 



Tiara Brown Jamal T. Burton 



George Caldwell Willis Camp. Ill 




Tara D. Cannon 



Deanna L. Cherry Venus Coleman 



Micheal Cobb 



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Anita Coley 



Chasity Cotton Bridgette A. Cunnigan Monica C. Cunter 



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Enca Davidson 



Dineen Evans 



Tina Evans 



Jackie Evertte Jonnie Mae Freeman 




hone W. Ford 



Julique Fowler 



Anthony Frost 



Joseph Gatling 



Cathv Gavmon 






Gloria Gillam 



Donte Goins 



Lerov Good 



Cecil Green 



Lashann Gnffin 



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Jousha Gunn 



Raliey Halhday 



Justina Hardy 



Sandra W. Hardy Anthony Harrsion 




Rahshawn L. Hatchclt Cathenne W. Henderson Brandon Henrv 



Tina Howard 



Wanda L. Howell 





Darrvl Hunter 



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Antalava Israel 




Kathenne N. Jones 



Hernial Johnson 



Sylvia L. Jones 



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Dorothy M. Jones 



Kimberly Jones 



Lavanashell Jones 



Na'Tasha Jones Sharon-Rose Joseph 



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Corev Leak 



M\ Ian D. Lee Regina J. Little 



Henry K. Little 



Tiara Little 




Keia Marshell Alphonso E. McGlen Quantelia McPhaul Beverly Moore 



Kim Moore 





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Christina Morgan Veraita Mosely Chris Murchison Frederick Murray Nekiesha Newman 







Femi Odeyeral-Mausa Amirat T. Okl 



Da\ id Parker Tiffany B. Parker Tamara Pern 



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Marquita L. Pittman Ronnell Pratt 




Jessica C. Price 



Cheryl C. Pulley Gwabetta W. Revis 





Julius V. Richardson Derek Riddick 



Lois S. Riddick 




Engenia N. Roberts Tynesha Roberts 




Marva Robertson 



Justin M. Ross Pamela D. Rufl'in 



Devin SalTold 



Justin Samples 




Will D. Simon 



Ernell Simpson 



Tiffany Sims 



Eric D. Sharp 



Erica Sharp 



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Joan Short 



Terri Smallvvood 



Mvron Smith 



Royce Smith 



Don A. Stith 




Pamela D. Tann 



Brenda Tavlor 



Shalima Tavlor 



Dons Walker 



Jessica Walker 




Jini Walker 



Shawanda J. Watson Tamisha Wilkerson Catherine H. Williams Isacc D. Will 







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Sherrie Williams Beverly J. Workman 



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Patnck H. Ahouana Alonza L. Alford Taraji A. Alford Joesph Alston Shinetta Alston 




Niesha N. Atkinson Amirah J. Ausbon TimiaJ. Avery Anthony Barrett BurnettaM. Bates 




Jessica F. Batie Avrian E. Baylor Johaven L. Beach Rashuan M. Becton Shaneeka L. Becto 



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Robert A. Been Shayvonne A. Been kimberly L. Bell Paul J. Benloss Nakia s. Bennett 




Kristin N. Blackledge E\ ingerlean Blakney Eboni S. Blount M art ie M. Bowser Shelton C. Braggs 




Adrieene D. Brand Katrina D. Braxton James D. Brinkley Dominique T. Broadrax Tywanda R. Brooks 





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Alicia Brown Dianne N. Brown Dorothy L. Brown Shaunte C. Brown Terrica L. Brown 



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Taylor J. Bryan Jasmine Branson Michael J. Bullock Floreka D. Bundick 



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Alicia S. Burgess Andre M.Byrd Ebonye L. Caldwell April C. Cannon Jeffrey K. Cannon 




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Ebony B. Chase Warren M. Cheek April Clark 



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Britain L. Clark Emily K. Clarke Arseino V. Cole Iyeasha L. Cole Felicia R. Coleman 




Victoria L. Coley Brandon E. Collins Jesseca M . Collins Rosibel M. Colmcr Isisah Conner 




Mac B. Coombs Christopther T. Coy Ariel R. Craig Kalitah M. Crawford Sharece Crawford 



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Randall S. Crews Quenchia Crowder Auvery N. Cunningham Shantee Daniels Sean R. Daivd 



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Billy M. Daivs Danielle L. Davis Shana E. Davis Sherena M. Davis Latoya N. Davidson 




Brittany N. Darrett R obert Deberry Jr. Avery J. Desper April S. Dewar Quin-shana R. Dickens 




Thurman Dickens Colby S. Dixon James J. Duplessis Crystal T. Easley Crystal M. Easter 




Andrew A. Elmore Michael A. Eure 



Evelyn Evans 



Jerry C. Evens Lekesha S. Faster 



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Cleolasha E. Faye Lashaun Felton Renita J. Fields Donnchelle T. Florence Latoyia D. Flowers 





Tamba Foday-Xgonou John A. Francis Chakell M . Frazier Paul M. Fullmore Reginald D. Gamble 




Tyson L. Garner Gregory F. Gent rev Geneva L. Ghee Megan T. Gibson Nailah A. Gillette 





CampanellaGodfey. Jr. Kevin R. Gold LeKesha M . Golson Micheal T. Gonzaleaz Dwayne D. Goodwi 



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Tonea D. Graves Ashely N. Green Amber D.Grice Melissa S. Gunter Conest C. Hairston 




Gary Hardie 



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Brandy Hargrove Tashawna Y. Harrell Anthony T. Harris, Jr. 




Antoinette D. Harris Latasha R. Harris Tamara Harris Greg Harrison Charles L. Henderson 




Kiaria D. Henderson Marcus Henderson Tyrone B. Henderson Richard J. High Sherhonda J. Hillard 



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Joseph Holland Tiyesheia L. Hollej Sancheaz T. Houston Sadc R. Howard Malaika Howard 




Tanicca L. Howard Edgar R. Huff Miquan L. Hunt Kelvin Ingram Brandon P. Jay 



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Felicia D. Jackson Eric F. Jamison Teaira C.Jefferson Erica J. Jenkins Elane M. Jennings 





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Carol E. Johnson Curita S. Johnson Dennis L. Johnson Jesse A. Johnson Jessica S. Johnson 



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Jarrel T. Johnson Shawda L. Johnson Barkari Jones 



Catrice C. Jones Sanchez S. Jones 






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Roman A. Knuckles LaTavia T. Lacey 



Kenneth Lacy Myhkol C. LaCour La' Shadrienne R. Lassiter 



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Reginald Lawhom Robert L. Locke Marcus A. Long Adboulai F. Lowe Te'Shandell M. Lowe 




Antoine D. Lynch Micheal Lynch Jasmine F. Mahone Chantel L. Marquez LeolaN. Marsh 



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Ricky C. Martin Terrence L. Matthews Dawanda M. CcCary Antonio M. McKnight Tamika L. McKnight 




Tiffany C. McKinney Bridgette Y. McNeil Menica L. McPherson WhyleeshiaN. Meekins Charity H. Menefee 




Morgan W. Milligan Darn 1 E. Montague III Shan Montague Brian G. Moore Milton M. Moore 




Raymon C. Moore KaylaN. Mosley Donyelle E. Murdocks Sulayman NDure Christina E. Newman 



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Shayana L. Norfolk Caron Norwood Mensah Ohene Melzee Odomes 



Parkita Paddv 




Jamar R. Pankey Lamar R. Pankey 



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Anthony Patrick Niachane P. Pattterson 




Christen R. Peace Tanya M. Peel Antonio Person Kamisha N. Peters Kristina Polk 







Cortne' A. Pope Jamarr C. Poole Disheeka Powell Terence C. Priester 



Denise A. Price 



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Erie D. Raines Laquetta D. Rascoe Mosloy L. Raymond Milton R. Reed Shonna D. Rich 




KeAndre L. Richardson Megan B. Richardson Jereyle Riddick Lakysha Railey Gary R. Roberts 




Aryanna Ruth Brittany Sampson David C. Selman Tynesha T. Scott Verkisie R. Shaw 




Lamar R. Shearin Micheal T. Shepherd, Jr. Marcus Short Alicia N. Sidney Dontavious T. Simmions 



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Steven C. Starks Tiffanie D. Steele Cherrelle S. Strother Demetreus L. Strurdivant Teria Stuwart 




Chantel C. Suber DeShera C. Sulaiman Lavan S. Sumner Jermaine D. Sutton Dymonique S. Taft 



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Tarvon Talbert Travis A. Tate IdaTaye Anthony J. Taylor Andrew Teagle 




Donnell M. Terry Candace K. Thomas Latavia Thomas Fravere D. Thompson Melisa J. Thompson 

Tyeesha A. Tibbs Monkeith I. Tinsley William Tniesdale Quientin L. Tuck Justin C. Tucker 





Michelle A. Tyler Sadrick Vil Danielle C. Walker Marcel Walker Forren Wall 



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LAQuesha A. Wallace Nathaniel L. Wallace Brit tney Ward Kendra D.Ward Kristian G. Washingto 







Keshia L. Watson Marvin E. Watson Antonio L. Webb Raven R. Webb Dwanna L.West 




ShaakiraWest Denise M. Wharton Sabrine F. Whilby Keshaunda L. White LaRon J. Whil 




Shante N. White Shonta M. White TyQiiana L. White Dontell M. Wilkens 



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Ravone T. Williams Dominique R. Willis Angel Wilson 



Leon A. Wilson 



Ashley Wingate 







JeneeA. Wood Danielle P. Woodland Javon M. Woodland T'ChallaS. Woods Ralueli Yawgo 





Christopher G. Young Curtis Young Steven J. Anthony 



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Robita V. Baker C. E. Barbec Rodney L. Cogdell Sommer N. Daniels Gloria E. Dixon 




Ashley T. Elliott Marilyn L. Fisher Tanty A. Freeman II 



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Pauline R. Harrison Arthur L. Heggins Jerome R. Hill Latoya N. Hogue Tyeshia L. Holley 




Lamont M. Jackson Florence L. Jacobs Andre M.Jones Brenda Keith Mediah R. Lewis 



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Bonnie B. Morgan Kimberly M. Morgan Demetria R. Morris Tammy G. Morrison Leon A. Murphy 




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Shauntel R. Nelson Mary Nixon Patrice R. Pitman Tammv L. Porter Gwen A. Rascoe 





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Angela Thomas Annie H. Vinson Beatrice P. Walton Alfonzia Williams Gloria B. Williams 



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Darlene E. Stuckey 
Darrell D. Harris 
Dennis L. Carrington 
Don A. Sims Si., 
Donna Latimer 

Flazina N. Home 
Hughes T. Crisp 
Ira L. Reynolds 
James E. Lea 
Marshall L. Walker 
Michael R. Cannon 

Onald Jenkins 
Peter G. Dowd 
Rolont J. Crawford 
Sharon W. Stephens 
Sherri A. Graham 
Sylvester M. Reed, Jr. 

Telika McCoy 
Theodore Little 
Todd Fulton 
Valeria Page-Fleming 
William M. Pah-ay Sr. 




Rejections of the Past 

^▼bout 1 40 years ago, Henry Martin Tupper pursued his vision 
of teaching Freedmen to read and interpret the Bible. This vision 
blossomed into Shaw University. The 2005-2006 Yearbook Staff 
wanted to create a yearbook that would take you on a journey of the 
present, but also through your past. 

Memories and words allow us to remember emotions and thoughts. 
But the greatest gift of pictures is the power they give us to reflect on 
the past using our own imaginations. These pictures become events 
forever frozen in time that shape our future. Sankofa, a word from 
the Akan people of Africa, has many translations but one prevalent 
theme: "one must return to the past in order to move forward." Often 
times we have trouble reflecting on the day to day activities, not to 
mention events that occurred 1 or 20 years ago. By reflecting on the 
past actions of our ancestors (grandparents, parents, friends) even 
ourselves, we become empowered with the knowledge to follow the 
path or make a new one. Reflection unites our past and present 
forever transforming our future. 

As you turn the pages and return to the past reflect on how the 
people in these pictures are united with a single vision from 1 40 
years ago. They followed their path; it was their connection to Shaw 
and belief in its vision that pushed them to greatness. They know 
now what you will learn in time. As you move forward, connect with 
the same vision; a man and a woman creating a University that made 
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anticipate the sound of the Shaw 



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the football team. The nationally 
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football teanj^was preparing to^pi 
the season against powerhouse 
Carson-Newman Coltege. 



Maurice Preston, graduating 

Senior and honor student is one of 

the many celebrities that are 

regulars at The Cafe'. Paparazzi 

caught him enjoying one of his 

last meals, the southern fried 

chicken, before he moves away 

from the area to start on some 

new projects. When asked what 

his favorite meal was he 

responded, " I always enjoy the 

southern fried chicken and that 

popular stir fry. I normally wash it 

down with fruit punch on the rocks 

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campus and she visits 

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schedule permits. She 

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spicy nachos with chili 

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What's the top spot around Shaw University's 
campus? No it's not Cook-Out, Zaxby's, or 
McDonald's. Its not even Applebees, T.G.I. 
Friday's or The Cheesecake Factory. It's the 5- 
star rated, nationally acclaimed, Shaw 
University Cafe'. After so many had been served 
the cafe' underwent major renovations and the 
crowd just keeps growing and growing. At the 
Shaw University Cafe' you can be sure to meet 
local and national celebrities munching down 
on their famous salad bar, exquisite stir fry, fresh 
hand tossed pizza, custom waffles, delicious 
omelets, and last but not least their 
extraordinary southern fried chicken. Let's 
check in to see what celebrities has stopped by 
The Cafe'. 



Food is one of the 
most important 
part of a college 
student's life. This is 
why so many gains 
that freshman 
fifteen. Breakfast, 
brunch, lunch, 
dinner, midnight 
snacks are many 
of the meals that 
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anyone seeing 
them enjoy The 
southern fried 
chicken, hot and 
spicy nachos with 
chili and cheese, 
hand tossed pizza. 
Angus burgers, 
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does not mind posing 
as she enjoys French 
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What's going on in fashion and technology? 

Throughout the years, fashion and technology have undergone major 
transformations. Students on the campus of Shaw University wear and pursue 
alf the latest styles. On any day it's rare to find two students wearing the same 
thing; brand name or style wise. 

Freshman Levon Carson added his opinion by sharing, "Right now everyone 
loves to rock a little Enecye, Roca Wear, Sean John, but you can catch me in a 
Avirex and some fresh Jordan's. The girls like to wear the Baby Phat and Apple 
Bottoms. As far as technology a lot of people have been on the Facebook and 
My Space." 

"The styles today include the professional, grown, and sexy look with the 
button-ups and sweaters but some are sporting the urban styles which include a 
thermal or white tee and a fresh pair of Air Force 1 's. Particular brands include 
LRG and Jordan's. The current trends in technology includes Ipods, PSP and 
The Facebook are big hits of the school year" shares Sophomore Andre Haden. 

"Alot of girls are wearing the Stiletto boots, snow boots, and bubble coats with 
fur. I like the guys who wear the casual look, I think it's very sexy. Some names 
include Roca Wear, Nike, Timberland, Fetish, Prada, Gucci, and Fendi. 
Phones, bluetooth, the Razr, digital cameras, and Facebook are the top of the 
technology list" adds Junior Natalie Key. 

' You have the professional look, casual look, and the comfortable look which 
include PJ's and sweatsuits. I love Target, it has some nice career styles and the 
guys wear Akademiks. Ipods and Itunes are a big hit and I love Ebay", says 
Senior Erica Harris. 




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campus appears to be 
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white shirt, gray pant 
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since the late 
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walking around 
campus in 
business attire. 
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interview, special 

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because, you can 
always find a 
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We Got That Shaw U Pride! 



Pride is a big part of the Shaw family. Whether it is in athletics or 

academics there are always special events being held in support of the 

students, faculty, staff, and administration. Fan Friday was re-established by 

Sports Information Director LeCounte Conaway this year to serve as a pep 

rally for all Shaw Bears to show their support for the football team. Junior 

Eric Rodgers, a member of the Shaw University "Platinum Sound" 

Marching Band speaks about Shaw Pride. "Shaw pride goes around the 

campus being led by the band, cheerleaders, and the football team. Pride 

leads to success and achievement and that's evident in the accolades and 

accomplishments by the band, football team, men's tennis, woman's 

bowling, women's basketball, and in the achievements of individual students. 

The difference between a Shaw student and a regular college student is we 

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Greek-letter organization established by Black college women. 

Her roots date back to Howard University, Washington, D.C., 

where the idea for formation was conceived by Ethel Hedgeman 

Lyle of St. Louis, Missouri, She viewed the Sorority as an 

instrument for enriching the social and intellectual aspects of 
college life by providing mental stimulation through interaction 
with friends and associates. Through the years, however, Alpha 

Kappa Alpha's function has become more complex. After her 
incorporation as a perpetual body in 1913, Alpha Kappa Alpha 
gradually branched out and became the channel through which 

selected college-trained women improved the socioeconomic 
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people of color around the world. Alpha Phi Alpha, the first 

intercollegiate Greek-letter fraternity established for African-Americans, 

was founded at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York by seven college 

men who recognized the need for a strong bond of Brotherhood among 

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sorority elitism and socializing should not overshadow the real 

mission for progressive organizations - to address societal 

mores, ills, prejudices, poverty, and health concerns of the day. 

Founded January 16, 1920, Zeta began as an idea conceived by 

five coeds at Howard University in Washington D.C.. Since its 

inception, the Sorority has chronicled a number of firsts. Zeta 

Phi Beta was the first Greek-letter organization to charter a 

chapter in Africa (1948); to form adult and youth auxiliary 

groups; to centralize its operations in a national headquarters; 

and to be constitutionally bound to a fraternity, Phi Beta Sigma 

Fraternity, Incorporated. 




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young African-American male students. The founders, 

Honorable A. Langston Taylor, Honorable Leonard F. Morse, 

and Honorable Charles I. Brown, wanted to organize a Greek 

letter fraternity that would truly exemplify the ideals of 

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Just, the faculty adviser, in the Science Hall (now known as 

Thirkield Hall). The three liberal arts students were Edgar A. 

Love, Oscar J. Cooper and Frank Coleman. From the initials of 

the Greek phrase meaning "friendship is essential to the soul," 

the name Omega Psi Phi was derived. The phrase was selected 

as the motto. Manhood, scholarship, perseverance and uplift 

were adopted as cardinal principles. A decision was made 

regarding the design for the pin and emblem, and thus ended 

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Nannie Mae Gahn Johnson, Hattie Mae Dulin Redford, Bessie 

Downey Martin and Cubena McClure. The group became an 

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crystallization of a dream. It was the vision of these astute men 

that enabled them in the school year 1910 - 11, more 

specifically the night of January 5, 1911, on the campus of 

Indiana University at Bloom ington, Indiana, to sow the seed of 

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International student flssoeiation 

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College of Adult and Professional Education 



Through its College of Adult 

and Professional Education 

(CAPE), Shaw University offers 

a flexible way for people with 

full-time demanding work 

schedules to obtain an 

undergraduate degree. The 

University delivers its 

educational program beyond the 

confines of the residential 

college community through nine 

(9) extramural sites in North 

Carolina. 



CAPE provides innovative 
educational delivery systems 
for many self-directed, highly 
motivated persons who are 
otherwise unable to attend 
institutions of higher 
education. CAPE is designed 
specifically for the mature 
learner who has demonstrated 
a deep interest, strong desire, 
and clear vocational choice 
and who has expressed a need 
to participate in an 
alternative form of education. 
It offers educational 
opportunities to those who, 
because of job or family 
situations, military service 
obligations, or unsatisfactory 
choices of offerings, have 
been unable to attend 
institutions of higher 
education. Through CAPE 
the faculty affords students a 
unique opportunity to 
participate in a process of 
learning that goes beyond the 




traditions of a sharply 
circumscribed campus and 
calendar. Students are 
afforded an opportunity to 
expand their educational 
horizon through enrolling in 
undergraduate, graduate and 
continuing education courses 
Students are able to earn as 
they learn through such 
instructional modes as 
independent study, 
internships, seminars, life 
experiences, and regular 
classes offered during the 
day, evenings, and on 
weekends. 



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There are many things that go on 

throughout the year at Shaw 

University. The university makes 

sure that the students, staff, 

faculty, administration and 

members of the community 

cooperate in various activities. 

Annual activities include the Willie 

E. Gary Scholarship Banquet, The 

Divinity School Woman's 
Conference, and various seminars. 



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Class President gave his 
charge to the Class of 
2005 during the 
graduation ceremony. 




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all smiles as she 

was soon to be 

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Graduation, 
Baccalaureate, and 
Awards Day are when 
Shaw University honors 
graduates and students 
that exemplify 
excellence! 

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during the 
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A chief aim of Shaw 
University is to provide an 
educational setting where 
"Religion and learning go 
hand in hand and where 
character grows with 
knowledge." Therefore, the 
primary mission of Campus 
Ministry is to create an 
environment where the 
students' religious 
commitment can be 



enhanced and 
authenticated. The Dean of 
the Chapel, Dr. Quincy 
Scott, Jr., leads the 
planning, implementing 
and/or officiating at a 
variety of services and 
programs each week. Not 
withstanding Shaw's 
relationship to the Baptist 
denomination, all worship 
services and programs are 



ecumenical. Students are 
exposed to basic Christian 
doctrine, regular inquiry to 
the meaning of Holy 
Scripture, and issues 
confronting students at this 
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he United States military had a 
)lus of wood framed 
nporary" chapel buildings 
ch were being made available 
. .he civilian sector. Shaw 
University applied for one of these 
chapels and one was so designated, 
ime from Camp Sutton. 

In 1993, The Boyd Chapel was 
completely renovated. The 
renovation was made possible 
because of funds donated by Rev. 
Thomas J. Boyd for whom the 
chapel was subsequently named. 
The rededication of the chapel 
took place at a ceremony held in 
the chapel on November 21, 1993. 



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The Alumni serve in great 
capacities for welfare of 
Shaw University. The 
purpose of the National 
Alumni Association 
(NAA) is to unite and 
promote fellowship 
among Shaw University 
alumni and friends; to 
encourage individual 
financial support of Shaw 
University through 
annual giving; to 
stimulate interest among 
potential students to 
attend Shaw University; 
to honor alumni who 
have given outstanding 
service; to improve 
\ communications between 
"chapters and individuals 



where no chapter exists; 
to encourage and promote 
new chapters; to promote 
'continuing growth and 
development of Alumni 
and to sustain interest in 
the welfare of Shaw 
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ALUMNI CONFAB 
(social/ recreational/infor 
■national weekend), 
services to local alumni 
organization, and the 
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been the many sacrifices of our ancestors 
that has helped pave the way for this 
great institution of higher learning. This 
mural was painted by Louis Freund. It 
depicts great African-American leaders 
in activism, the arts, exploration, 
inventors, law, literature, medicine, 
religion, politics, science, and sports. 
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one season in the CIAA, the Bears captured the 2004 
CIAA championship. They went on to capture the 2004 
Pioneer Bowl and finished with a 10-2 season. The 
Bears have not suffered one loosing season since being" 
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1965 CIAA Champions 

1966 CIAA Champions 
1970 CIAA Champions 
1983 CIAA Champions 
1994 CIAA Champions 
2002 CIAA Champions 

Men's Basketball 

2002 CIAA Champions 

2002 South Atlantic Region Champions 



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1976 CIAA Champions 
1989 CIAA Champions 

2003 CIAA Champions 

2004 CIAA Champions 

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1947 CIAA Champions 

1947 Black College National Champions 

2004 CIAA Champions 
2004 Pioneer Bowl Champions 

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1996 CIAA Champions 
2003 CIAA Champions 

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Director of Athletics 
Alfonza L. Carter 

Associate AD/Senior Woman Administrator 
Dianthia Ford-Kee 

Director of Compliance 
Marcus Clarke 

Faculty Athletic Representative 
Claud Flythe 

Assistant Director of Athletics for Sports 

Information/Marketing 

LeCounte Conaway 

Athletic Administrative Assistant 
Sherby Rodgers-Speight 

Director of Sports Medicine 
David Mills 

Head Athletic Trainer 
Roger Pfister, Jr. 

Assistant Athletic Trainer 
Nick Boney 

Equipment Manager 
Joseph Shaw 



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Men's Basketball 

Robert Brickey, Head Coach 

James Hill, Asst. Coach 

Woman's Basketball 

Jacques Curtis, Head Coach 

Latasha Shipman, Asst. Coach 

Charissee Perry, Asst. Coach 

Baseball 

Bobby Sanders, Head Coach 

Nathaniel Clifton, Asst. Coach 

Bowling 
Dianne Boyd, Head Coach 
James Boyd, Asst. Coach 

Cross Country 
William Montague, Head Coach 

Football 

Deondri Clark, Head Coach 

Kelvin Smith, Asst. Coach 

Wayne McLean, Asst. Coach 

Mike Morita. Asst. Coach 

Hornsby Howell, Director of Football Operations 

Golf 
Moses Walker. Head Coach 

Softball 
Laura Aker. Head Coach 

Tennis 
Sunday Enitan. Head Coach 

Track & Field Coach 
William Montague 

Volleyball 
Laura Aker. Head Coach 

Cheerleading 
Sherby Rodgers-Speight. Head Coach 

Band 

Charles V. Brown, Director 

Robert Edwards. Asst. Director 



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Greetings, 

It is a privilege to be one of you, or should I say one of us? We are Shaw Bears, I greet you. It has 
been an honor and pleasure serving as the Co-Editor-in-Chief and becoming a "Shaw Man" at the 
historic Shaw University. I have gained the essential skills and principles needed to survive in this 
ever-changing society. Thank you! 

The restoration of The Bear has been an overwhelming, but exciting experience. The perpetual 
deadlines, infinite pictures, editing, layouts, headaches, and sleep deprivation are a few of the many 
tasks and illnesses I experienced during the production (smile). As I adventure into the next plateau 
of higher learning, I encourage the student body to continue the tradition of The Bear and to never 
let it die again. As the first Historically Black College or University in the South we have an 
obligation to document every year of excellence at our beloved institution and I expect only the best! 

I would like to thank God for the many blessings which includes my family and friends. Mom, 
Granny, Granddad, and James, you have been an integral in my voyage at Shaw. To my many 
friends, I say thanks. To Dr. Darryl Bing, Mr. Charles V. Brown, Mrs. Loretta Campbell, and Dr. 
Clarence G. Newsome, you have been cornerstones to my success here. Lemmy, bust a flick! To my 
esteemed yearbook advisor, Mrs. Jerelene Carver, thank you for the opportunity. Six months ago 
we had never even seen each other and now you are an advisor, mentor, and friend. To the 2005-06 
yearbook staff, without you none of this would have been possible. Together Everyone Achieves 
Much Success (T.E.A.M.S.) and that is evident in the production of the 140th Anniversary Special 
Edition of The Bear. 




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It is with great pride that we celebrate collectively in the publication of the 2005-2006 special 
edition yearbook. This yearbook encompasses the highlights and most memorable moments that 
the faculty, staff, students, and alumni experienced this year. The production of this book was 
indeed amongst one of my greatest challenges ever, however; my staff members, Ayesha Givens, 
Joyce Davis, Jahala Simuel, Randall Vogt, Donald Mitchell Jr., Nathaniel Wallace, Baylen 
Brooks, Ebonie Kizer, Eboni Blount, and Kamesha Falana made this challenge achievable. While 
undertaking this enormous task, I loss my mother Nora and I can recall conversations she shared 
with me encouraging me to do my very best. Thanks Mother! 

I would like to take this opportunity to express my insurmountable gratitude to members of the 
Board of Trustees and Dr. Clarence G. Newsome as we celebrate 140 years of Excellence at this 
great institution. Also, a special thanks to Ms. Carolyn Baker for providing pictures from her 
archives library. A gracious thanks to Dr. George C. Debnam for providing photos from his 
personal collection, my daughter, Candice, for her contributions, my husband, Van, for 
understanding my absence, and Dr. Melvin Carver, Chairman, Art Department at NCCU for his 
leadership and guidance. 

Since 1865, this great institution of higher learning has exceeded expectations from the local, 
state, national, and international communities. The Bear Pride radiates all over the world. With 
the ongoing support from our esteemed alumni and all of the Shaw Bears who came before us, we 
are truly grateful that your shoulders were broad enough to allow us to stand. This 140th Special 
Edition of The Bear represents our motto, Strides to Excellence: Only the Best!" 

St. Matthew 5:16 
Let your light shine before men; that they may see your good works, and glorify your Father which 

is in heaven. 

Mrs. J#elene F. Carver, MA 

" Advisor & Co-Editor. 



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