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Full text of "The Eagle"

Soaring in the 
New Millennium 



NORTH CAROU^Wl 
CENTRAL UNIVERSIW 



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North Carolina 



The Eagle 

Central University 
2001-2002 

Soaring in 

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IVIillennium 



Volume 36 
Durham, North Carolina 27707 



Copyright 2002 North Carolina Central University. 
All rghts reserved. No part of this work may be reproduced or 
transmitted in any form by any manner electronic or mechani- 
cal, or by any information storage or retrieval systems without 
express written permission of the publisher. 








CONTENTS 

3 Soaring into the Millennium 
8 Chancellor Amnions' Salute 

1 9 Faculty and Staff 

49 Seniors of 2001 -2002 

65 Underclassmen 

42 Year In Review 

47 Student Government Association 



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81 Homecoming 

112 Greek Life 

119 Campus Organizations 

145 Sports 

161 Academic Departments 

218 Memorial 

21 9 Alma Mater 



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This academic year serves as a milestone for North 
Carolina Central University as we make our way into the new 
millennium. The 2001 Freshman Class, one of the largest 
classes at NCCU in several years, is lucky to arrive at the 
dawn of a new era. New building construction, a shuttle 
service, enhanced dining facilities, a visionary administration 
increased student diversity have all brought a new energy 
and spirit to NCCU. Chancellor James Ammons and his staff 
have not only provided a warm welcoming, but have also 
displayed their dedication to improving this great university 
and listening to voices of the 
student body. The world is 
changing, growing, and 
developing. Long gone are the 
days when students receive 
messages low— tech; now, 
communication is conveyed through 
email, text messaging, or cellular phones 
Technology has taken the front seat in our 
computerized society and at NCCU. 
New computer labs with state- of the-art 
computer technology have been installed 
across campus. Donations for scholarships, and 
other awards have been given allowing 
NCCU to continue to excel. 

From political issues, to campus social 
life and leisure, whenever the students at NCCU strive for a 
common goal, it is accomplished, and with honor. Eagle pride 
is definitely prevalent as new students learn about the history 
of their university upon arrival. Understanding the strength 
of the Eagle is an essential part of any student's tenure at 
NCCU. The kind attitude of faculty and staff has also added 
to the overall feeling of pride in each and every Eagle. 
Friendship, scholarship, excellence and a love for our great 
university will last a lifetime as we exhibit EAGLE PRIDE!!! 
New Leaders, new students, new standards.... Soaring into 
the New Millennium. 

Keosha McKoy 

Staff 




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The Eagle's Dedication 

Alex Rivera 

"One of the Greatest 
Eagles of All" 




NORTH CAROLINA CENTRAL UNIVERSITY 



ALEX RIVERA 




Alex Rivera 

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Then with President Nixon. 



This yearbook is dedicated to Mr. Alexander M. Rivera, Jr. who grew up in 
Greensboro where his father practiced dentistry. Mr. Rivera was attending Howard 
University in Washington, DC, when, in 1939 his father's friend, Dr. James E. 
Shepard, offered him the opportunity to study at what was then called the North 
Carolina College for Negroes. Mr. Rivera accepted the job and became the school's 
first paid publicity agent. 

Mr. Rivera, who had already begun a photojournalism career with the 
Waaliiiigtoii Tribune came to Durham at Dr. Shepard's request. He became the founder 
of the institution's News Bureau. As a student he was active in campus life and was 
elected president of the Student Body during his senior year. Since 1939, even as an 
enthusiastic unpaid volunteer, Alex Rivera has untiringly and avidly promoted his 
Alma Mater. 

Alex Rivera is an award-winning photojournalist whose professional career 
was spent with the Norfolk Journal and Cuuie and the Pittsburgh Courier. He was a 
black reporter, an obvious target for racist violence in communities where race hatred 
had already been inflamed. As a Pittsburgh Courier photographer-reporter, he risked 
his life in the 1950's to report investigations of lynchings and the trials that resulted 
from such investigations. 

Mr. Rivera covered several of the law suits that ultimately led to the "Brown 
vs. Board of Education" decision by the Supreme Court in 1954, The ruling declared 
that separate schools for black, white, and Native American students were inherent- 
ly unequal. In 1955 Mr. Rivera received the Global Nezvs Syndicate's annual Journalism 
Award for his coverage of the progress of public school desegregation following the 
Brown v. Board decision. Among other journalistic achievements was his selection as 
a member of the press team which accompanied then Vice-President Richard M. 
Nixon on a tour of Africa. 

Mr Rivera has always been deeply involved in sports. His first job with 
North Carolina College included publicizing its athletic program under coaches 
W.E.B. Burghardt and John B. McLendon. Rivera later served simultaneously as 
Sports Information Director for both North Carolina Central and North Carolina 
A&T. Mr. Rivera is a charter member of the NCCU Athletic Hall of Fame and the 
CIAA HAII of Fame. At the event which launched the NCCU Athletic Hall of Fame - 
the-1980 Gathering of Eagles-Dr. Helen G. Edmonds Professor Emerita, said this of 
Mr. Rivera: "In your prime, you have used the power of the pen and the camera and 
the spoken word to keep this institution in the limelight throughtout this Nation. You 
have been the well-spring of our hopes, the bearer of NCCU's message and an untir- 
ing lover of your Alma Mater You are one of the greatest eagles of all." 

The Eagle Yearbook advisor and student staff salute Mr. Alex Riveria 
for being a true Eagle. Mr. Riveria is very deserving of this dedication. Mr Riveria 
continues after retirement to donate time and 
effort to North Carolina Central Univerity, 
advising journalism students and supporting 
numerous academic programs and University 
activities. He is an ideal model of the Eagle 
Spirit. 



Today with NCCU photographer Robert Lawson. 

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ALEX RIVERA 




Donald Barringer 

Co-editor 



"It matters not 
how much you 

do, but how 
well you do it/' 



"Through the storms of life, my sole keeps singing," 
are words that characterize experiences the yearbook staff has 
confronted during the last two years. Kritisha Jones and I co- 
editors of the 2001-02 Eagle and the yearbook staff were 
blessed to have Dr. Melvin Carver, Chairman of the 
Department of Art as faculty advisor. Without his help the 
2001-02 would not have been realized. With this team we 
have overcome the disappointment of the past. 

In the this millennium students are facing new 
experiences and challenges. From the appointment of a new 
chancellor to various current events such as tuition increase 
and economic decline, acts of terror, and war, we have 
survived. 

During my matriculation at NCCU I have seen a lot of 
change on campus. Students are taking advantage of new 
technologies in communications, more resources in education 
and increased access to travel. In this millennium, you can 
stroll across campus and see every other student talking into a 
portable mic interfaced with his or her cell phone as they are 
walking along. These phones are so convenient; they fit into 
your palm and are battery powered to last all day. I find it 
hard to believe that just a few years ago, you were considered 
"cool" to carry a pager. 

Central's eciucational resourses such as computer 
laboratories and library hook-ups have gotten better. You 
know students regularly complained when they are not able 
to complete a library assignment because the book wasn't 
available. There 's no excuse now. with the library 
connections between Central, N.C. State, Duke and UNC- 
Chapel Hill, access to any book becomes available within 24 
hours or less. Oh, I do remember when there were only two 
public computer labs, presently there are many labs located 
around campus. 

I leave you with a self-cjuote, "It matters not how much 
you do but how well you do it. Never do what you do 
because you want the glory, do what makes you happv and 
what makes your heart smile." 
God Bless! 



The Eagle Yearbook 



contributors 

2001-2002 



NORTH CAROLINA CENTRAL UNIVERSITY 



YEARBOOK'S CONTRIBUTORS 



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The 2001-02 academic year was my sophomore year 
here at North Carolina Central University, and I knew that 1 
wanted to do something different. I, found my haven in 
working on the Eagle yearbook along with the fellow staff. 
There was something different and special about this year, 
something more inspiring and exciting. Eagles have soared 
and continue to fly high into the new millennium. I wonder 
what Dr. James Shepard would think if he looked out of his 
window and saw over 5000 students walking over the 
verdent green, and on top of that, just about all of them are 
carrying cell phones, and 2 ways. Many students have lap 
tops computers. He probably wouldn't believe his eyes. 

We are Eagles with a plan and are ready for the 
millennium. Don't come talking to us about beepers and 
priorty mail, cause we are far past that point now. I 
sometimes just sit, think and I am filled with pride, because I 
am in a family environment with people who are about 
business and receiving an education. Let's not forget our 
professors; what wiz kid they've become. If you are a 
student at NCCU and don't know how it is to take an online 
quiz, then you must not have had any of my professors. The 
students, classrooms, and the professors have soared with 
eyes wide open and expectations high. 

It has been 92 years since Dr. Shepard' s dream was 
fulfilled, and I just wonder where future Eagles will be 92 
years from this day. What I would give to look out my dorm 
window and see into the future. Eagles soaring into the next 
millennium as we have into ours. There is no pride on earth 
like true Eagle Pride. Let's continue to promote our pride as 
we soar over the heads of all those ground animals (Aggies, 
Rams, Broncos, etc. ) who will never reach our depths and 
our heights because all they can do is look up to us. Much 
love Eagles! 

Congratulations to fellow Eagles flying out, and to 
those who will be with us next year. . . Holla Back. God 
Bless; hope to see you next year. 

Your Friend and Fellow Eagle 
Kirtisha Jones 




Kirtisha Jones 

Co-editor 



"Never stop 

exemplifying 

true eagle spirit 

and true eagle 

pride/' 



The Eagle Yearbook 

contributors 

2001-2002 



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2001-2002 




Pictured: (Top Left) Michael Glenn, Melvin Carver Year book 
Advisor) Ramon Hill, lynenda White, Kendra Brown and 
Candice Clark. (Not Pictured: Stewart Johnson 
and Tiha Baker) 




Michael Glenn 




Shaunte' Whitfield 




Shareka Colvin 




Star Battle 




Robin Cotton 



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YEARBOOK'S CONTRIBUTORS 



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The True Solution: 

"Each of us can develop his own 
intelligence and his own character to the 
end that we may all understand and be 
devoted to freedom, democracy and the 
supremacy of human rights everywhere." 

-February 16, 1946 



James E. Shepard 

1875 - 1947 



"We must face the fact that today we are living on the 
publicity of the past instead of the things we are 
actually doing." 

-November 15, 1934 

"North Carolina has banked on this black man. If he 
fails his state, let it be said of him that he fell beneath the 
weight of his own demerits and not by the tyranny of a 
stronger people." 

-November 1939 



"Men are not merely great for what they have become, 
but also for what they may become." 

-November 1939 



"There is no economy in ignorance. Education 
is a vastly expensive resource, but ignorance is incom- 
parably more so. Ignorance and poverty are cures for 
nothing." 

-November 1939 



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Cecil Pickett 
Kenneth Gibbs 



R. Edward Stewart 
Robert C. WilHam 
Don Harrison 



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Dr. Walter Harris 
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Dr. Bernice D. Johnson 
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NORTH CAROLINA CENTRAL UNIVERSITY 



Refler 

REFLECTIONS 2000-01 



Bush Beats Gore in Presidental Election 

U.S. Faces the Worst 
Terriorist Attack In History 

NCCU Receives $750K Grant 

Industry Summit Designed 
to Prepare NCCU Students 

The Search Ends: James Ammons 
Chosen As Chancellor 

Jason Smoots, Fastest 
Eagle on Land 

Joli Robinson & 

Amba Kongolo, 

Earn Top CIAA Honors 

Students Witness New Technologies 

School of Education Building Opens 

Lin Dawson to Head NCCU Athletics 

Annual Fund Kickoff Brings 

ln$1.5 Million In 

Cash and Commitment 



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REFLECTIONS 2000-01 




By Keosha Demise McKqy 

Fans all over the world were stunned at the death of R&B/Hip-Hop artist, Aaliyah 
on Saturday, August 25, 2001. Emotions stirred all over the country and beyond. She was 
loved for her performance as both a songstress and actress. 

Born Aaliyah Dana Houghton in Brooklyn, New York, she was the main artist on 
Blackground Records started by her uncle Barry Hankerson. Along with Aaliyah, eight 
others died when the twin engine Cessena 402 crashed minutes after its departure from 
the Bahamas. 

Aaliyah will truly be missed in the music industry, and as well as in the hearts of her 
fans. Beyonce' Knowles. of the group Destiny's Child said, "She was our age and it's scary 
because that could have been any one of us." The death of this young, gifted, lady opened 
the eyes of many. Death has no limitations on age, sex, creed, or status. 

On August 31, 2001, funeral services were held at Manhattan's St. Ignatius Loyola 
Roman Catholic Church. An estimated 500 fans stood outside the private ceremony, while 
family and friends waited to put their beautiful loved one to rest. Notables in the music 
industry who attended the service were: Sean "Puffy" Combs. Mike Tyson. Delroy Lindo. 
Kimberly "Lil Kim" Jones, Mya, Usher Raymond, and aunt Gladys Knight, among many 
others. The body of Aaliyah was transported to the funeral in a glass-paneled horse-drawn 
carriage. The funeral concluded with twenty-two doves released and flew above the 
church. Aaliyah is survived by her parents and younger brother^est friend, Rashad 
Haughton. 



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REFLECTIONS 2000-01 




September 1 1 , 2001 is a date that will forever stand out in the hearts of Eagles and Americans. On 
this day, our country, our lives, our hearts were invaded by terrorists. Attacks by these terroits made in New 
York , Washington, D. C, and Penn were devastating. New York's World Trade Center towers as well as the 
Pentagon near Washington were invaded with intent to kill and destroy. Beginning at 8:45 am EST that 
morning, two explosions rocked the 1 10-story twin towers. American Airlines Flight 1 1 en route to Los 
Angeles was believed to have been hijacked as it crashed into the South Tower. As the first building fumed 
with smoke. United Airlines flight 175 headed to Los Angeles from Boston crashed into the North Tower at 
approximately 9:03 am setting it on fire, too. After burning for nearly an hour, the South Tower Collapsed at 
10:05 am, followed by the North Tower 30 minutes later. The impact brought down 200,000 tons of steel 
and 43,600 windows. As the city of New York rushed to aid the effects of the unimaginable events, a third 
plane crashed into the home of the Department of Defense at the Pentagon at 9:45 am, causing part of the 
structure to collapse. This plane is believed to be American Airlines flight 77 en route to Los Angeles from 
Washington Dulles airport. A fourth plane. United Flight 93, headed to San Francisco after departing from 
Newark, N.J., crashed near Pittsburgh in Somerset, PA.. It was later confirmed by American and United 
Airlines that the two planes were hijacked. 

All over the country, major buildings and schools were evacuated. President George W. Bush, on a 
trip to Florida, was quickly flown to an air force base in Nebraska after flying to Barksdale Air Force Base, 
in Louisiana, initially. Before leaving Louisiana, he asked the nation for prayers and condemned the attacks 
in a nationally televised speech announcing: "IVIake no mistake, the United States will hunt down and 
punish those responsible for these cowardly acts." 

According to the Boston Herald newspaper, five Arab men were identified as suspects in the attack 
on New York City when their rental car containing Arabic-language flight training manuals were seized at 
Logan International Airport in Massachussets. It was reported in the Boston Herald that two of the men 
were brothers and one of the men was a trained pilot. 

Classes were suspended at NCCU September 12, 2001 from 11:00 am until 12:00 noon. During 
this time a memorial service was held in the McDougald-McLendon Gymnasium. Faculty and students 
were overwhelmed with confusion and frustration regarding the attacks. Many gathered in classrooms to 
watch news specials. Counseling services were set up for students and any others who may have needed 
help. Students were in many different emotional states after the confusion, "You would never think this 
would happen in America," says Altonia Moore, a sophomore. "You see it in movies and in other countries 
all the time." 

Though frustration and emotional insecurity continuously come to mind whenever the date 91 1 is 
spoken of, it takes a country like the United States of America to come together with love and patriotism to 
overcome such a disaster. Only LOVE, and PEACE can overcome such deep sorrow. 



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By Keosha Denise McKoy 



NORTH CAROLINA CENTRAL UNIVERSITY 



REFLECTIONS 2000-01 






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If my mind can conceive it, 

and my heart can believe it, 

I know I can achieve it, 



Jesse Jackson 



NORTH CAROLINA CENTRAL UNIVERSITY 



INCENTIVE SCHOLARS 



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Prof. Minnie Forte 

Director of Incentive Scholars 



INCENTIVE SCHOLARSHIPS 

To maintain a full Incentive Scholarship, a student 
must be registered for at least 15 credit hours per 
semester. He or she must keep their GPA up to a level 
requirement of 2.0 for freshmen, 2.5 for sophomores, and 3.0 for 
juniors /seniors. In addition a student must complete 112 hours 
of community service per semester and /or a total of 224 hours 
by the end of the school year. 

Accomplishing all these requirements can be taxing even 
for the most diligent. The Community Service Program was 
created to help organizations and individuals in the community. 
When a student feels forced to complete a hefty sum of service 
hours, he or she may view it as a civic burden. The "Incentive 
Edge" pays for the student's tuition, fees, room and board. 
Through the Community Service Program, the student gives back 
to the community while networking with local businesses. The 
student who serves may also gain the needed experience that 
others miss. Serving others may improve a student's reputation 
with peers and professors. Anyone who finishes the Community 
Service Program and graduates with honors, should have a hot 
combination to put on resumes. 

When accepting and embracing an Incentive Scholarship, 
the student must work hard, learn to manage time, and achieve 
goals. 

jolniiiy H. Henderson 
2002 Scholar 



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INCENTIVE SCHOLARS 



S. G. A. 

Student Government Association 




Stephanie Jackson 
Student Government President 

2001-2002 




Kim Johnson 


Kim Jones 


Marlon Richardson 


Attorney General 


Director of 
Campus Affairs 


Chief Justice 




Paula Boozer 
Ms. North Carolina 
Central University 



Pauletta Spence 
Chief of Staff 



Tohias Rhodes 
Internet Intelligence 



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Student Government Association 



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Sean Kornegay 
Executive Assistant 



Lashauna Askew 
Business Manager 



Kian Brown 

Director of 

Public Relations 




Amber Bradsbaw 

Freshman Class 

President 



Kenneth Love Dr. Henrietta Harris 

Junior Class President Assoc. VC Student Athiirs 



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Political Science 



LaKishalla Adams 

Business Adminstration 

Fuquay-Varina.NC 



Catina Alford 

English 
HighPoint, NC 



Jonathan Alston 

Business Adminstration 
Durham, NC 




Lakisha Alston Waheehah Al-Ugdah Hatalee Anderson Ken Andrews 

Family/Consumer Science Family/Consumer Science Music Education Business Adminstration 

Warrenton, NC Gastonia, NC Teachey, NC Raeford.NC 




Marcia Archibald Marissa Archibald Tresha Armstrong LaShauna Askew 
Physics Environmental Science Business /Apparell Business Adminstration 

Trinidad Tnnidad Durham, NC Charlotte, NC 




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Gene Atley LaKeeshia Austin Kymberly Bailey Tiha Baker 

Education French Nursing ArtA/isual Communications 

Durham, NC Charlotte, NC Charlotte, NC Boston, MA 

NORTH CAROLINA CENTRAL UNIVERSITY SENIORS 2001 -2002 




Angel Banks 
Accounting 
Durham, NC 



Dashun Banks Donald Barringer Krista Battle 

Criminal Justice Education Parks & Recreation 

Durliam, NC Cliarlotte, NC Battleboro, NC 



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Starr Battle 


Tameika Battle 


Joy Bingham 


Paula Boozer 


Political Science 


Sociology 


Health Education 


History 


Apex, NC 


Tarboro, NC 


Durham, NC 


Winston-Salem 




Nashima Brothers 


Courtney Brown 


Marylina Brown 


Bobbi Brown 


Nursing 


English 


Biology 


Social Work 


Elizabeth City NC 


Durham, NC 


Gastonia, NC 


Richmond, VA 




Rosalind Brunson Kyra Bunn Veronica Burgess Tasheka Burke 

Psychology/Political Sci. Business Adminstration Nursing Psychology 

Durham, NC Washington, DC Washington, DC Durham, NC 

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English Business Adminstration Psychology Psychology 

New Bern, NC Charlotte, NC New Bern, NC Durham, NC 






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Cessaly Cheatham Jazlyn Christmas Candis Clark Natasha Coleman 

Nursing Criminal Justice Art/ Vlual Communications FARM 

Durham, NC Durham, NC Rich Square, NC Durham, NC 









Shareka Colvin Dennis Coker 

Family & Consumer Science Criminal Justice/ Political Sci. 
Apex, NC Durham, NC 



Jaylece Cooke 

Political Science 
Durham, NC 



Tashonda Cooper 

Business Adminstration 

Lumberton, NC 




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Robin Cotten Angela Cotton Janice Crisp Nikki Ciirrv 

Political Science Psychology Political Science Business Adminstration 

Sanford, NC Durham, NC Burlington, NC Durham, NC 

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Business Adminstration 

Charlotte, NC 



Kimherly Daniels 

Physical Education 

Durham, NC 



Selma Daniels 
Criminal Justice 
Riegelwood, NC 



Teresa Drumwright 

Education 

Roxboro, NC 




David Duodu 

Business Adminstration 
Durham, NC 




Vanessa Duncan 
Psychology 
Durham, NC 





Shauna Dozier 

Political Science 
Franklinton, NC 




Crystal Dixon 

English Education 
Fayetteville, NC 




Erica Drake Dementia Evre Sha'ri Evans Charles Edwards 

Business Psychology Biology Music 

Windsor, NC Gates, NC Durham, NC Washington, DC 

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English 
Durham 



Michael Forrest 
Accounting 
Baldwin, NY 



Candice Fisher 

Political Science 
High Point, NC 



Veronica Flowers 

Family/ Consumer Science 

Carboro, NC 





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LeKeshia Franklin 

Criminal Justice 
Greensboro, NC 




Charmaine Fuller 

Political Science 
Henderson, NC 



Tiffany Finger 
Psychology 
Raleigh, NC 




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Tasheka Futrell Lionel Galloway Jimmy Gamble Carmon Garrett 

Biology Psychology Environmental Science Psychology 

Garysburg, NC Supply, NC Durham, NC Pleasant Garden, NC 

NORTH CAROLINA CENTRAL UNIVERSITY SENIORS 2001 -2002 







Erika Garrett 

Biology 

Durham, NC 



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Crystal Gill Ajamu Giscombe Latoya Goolshy 

Business Adminstration Biology Political Science 

Garner, NC Uniondale, NY Durham, NC 



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Tony Graham Jr. 


Aja Grines 


Chrisola Ham 


Veronica Harley 


Health Adminstration 


Criminal Justice 


Family/Consumer Science 


English 


Durham, NC 


Red Springs, NC 


Wilson, NC 


Chesapeake, VA 




Christian J. Harris 

Physics 

Charlotte, NC 



Naima Harris 

Political Science 

Charlotte, NC 



Gene Hart Jr. 

Political Science 
Goldsboro, NC 



Renita Harvey 

Math 
Pfatftown, NC 




Jason Haskins Ian Hatton Rhonda Hatton Johnny Henderson 

Biology Drama ArtA/isual Communications 

Durham, NC Durham, NC Henderson, NC 

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Education History Business Admistration Business Admistration 

Oxford, NC Charlotte, NC Scotland Neck, NC Durham, NC 




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Tonia Ingram 


Stacey Isaac 


Timothy Jackson 


Psychology 
Enfield, NC 


Nursing 
Woodland, NC 


Environmental Science 
Trinidad 


Business Admistration 
Durham, NC 






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Marquis Jackson Stephanie Jackson Precious James Lakeisha Jeffers 

Political Science History English Criminal Justice 

Gastonia, NC Macclesfield, NC Gates, NC Durham, NC 




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Sederis Jeter Kimlx'riy Johnson Marquita Johnson Takessa Johnson 

Sociology Political Science Health Education Criminal Justice 

Wilson. NC Greensboro, NC Knightdale, NC Greensboro, NC 

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Psychology 
Whiteville, NC 



PCliya Joyner 

Family/ Consumer Science 

Durham, NC 



Mariamma Kambon 
Physics 
Trinidad 



Gaysha Kelley 

English 

Whiterville, NC 




Karyn Kirby 

Political Science 
Durham, NC 



Loumecia Koonce 

Fanily/Consumer Science 

Kinston, NC 



Nina Kornegay 

Biology 

Lagrange, NC 



Windy Lawrence 
Health Education 
Williamston, NC 




Timothy Leeper 

Business Admistration 
Gastonia, NC 



Melissa Lewis 

Environmental Science 

Durham, NC 



Nikia Lewis 

Spanish 
Baltimore, MD 



Nakkia Lipford 
Criminal Justice 
Goldsboro, NC 




Jacqueline Livingston Tiffany Locklev Mallorve Lovett Maria Luster 

English Art/ Studio Food/ Nutriton English 

Huntersville, NC Fuquay-Varina, NC Raleigh, NC Durham, NC 

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English Enviromental Scinece Education Political Science 

Fayettville, NC Trinidad Oxford, NC Jamaica Plaine.MA 




Latisha M'-'Eachern 

Business Adminstration 

Saint Pauls, NC 



Rolanda M^\oy 

English 
Elizabethtown, NC 



Candace M'-Ravin 

Criminal Justice 

Durham, NC 



Tonya Melvin 

Nursing 

Durham, NC 




Nathaniel Mewborn 


Philip Mitchell 


Karon Moody 


Marqiietta Morrison 


Math 


Criminal Justice 


Health Education 


Psychology 


Gritton, NC 


Durham, NC 


Concord, NC 


Raeford, NC 




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Khaleelah Muecd Shnteqah Muhammad Torrence Murray Andre' Myers 

Accounting Criminal Justice Art/ visual Communicatiuons Computer Science 

Durham, NC Goldsboro, NC Fort Washington, MD Trinidad 

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Accounting English 

Silver Springs, MD Cliarlotte, NC 



Hazel Ogugua 
Cliemistry 
Oxford, NC 



Shurland Oliver 

Political Science 

Durham, NC 






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Lawanika Owens 


Jessica Parker 


Maryam Parkier 


Tarsheeka Patterson 


Criminal Justice 


BKIN 


History 


Political Science 


Oxford, NC 


Rocky Mount, NC 


Washington, DC 


Durham, NC 




Tonya Peebles 


Dierre Perry 


Tyshaun rerrvnidn 


Eboni Quick 


Health Adminstration 


Criminal Justice 


English 


FARM 


Garysburg, NC 


Pineville, NC 


Durham, NC 


Butner, NC 




Kevin Ramkissoon Yolanda Ray Joseph Reed Terrance Reeves 

Physics/Math History Educucation Criminal Justice Math 

Trinidad Raleigh, NC Durham, NC Warrenton, NC 

NORTH CAROLINA CENTRAL UNIVERSITY SENIORS 2001 -2002 



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Kenya Reid 

Physical Education 

Gastonia, NC 



Carrie Richardson 

Nursing 

Durham, NC 



Nikita Robins 
Psychology 
Durham, NC 



Renee' Robinson 

English 

Raleigh, NC 




Tracy Ross 

Health Education 

Durham. NC 



Kyndria Rouse 

BKIN 

Goldsboro, NC 



Chevon Royster 

Political Science 

Manson, NC 



Keisha Royster 

Poltical Science 

Durham, NC 




Arvin Sanders 

Biology/Psychology 

Durham, NC 



Jamie Sanders 

Buisness Adminstration 

Raleigh. NC 



Karen Shaw 

Criminal Justice 

Durham, NC 



Shawn Sha\s' 

Environmental Science 

Wilmington, NC 




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English Criminal Justice Environmental Science Business Adminstration 

Goldsboro, NC Durham, NC Trinidad Windsor, NC 

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Business Adminstration 

Elm City, NC 




Kiyana Smith 


Tashanda Smith 


FCSC 
Raleigh, NC 


Biology 
Roxboro, NC 


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Mamadou Sow 

Political Science 

South Wellfleet, MA 




Olian Spencer 
Criminal Justice 
Columbia, NC 



Vivian Spencer Shemrico Stanley Stephanie Stephens 
Accounting Criminal Justice Psychology 

Durham, NC Vanceboro, NC Shannon, NC 






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Political Science Business Admlnstration/ClS FCSC Business Adminstration 

Middletown, DE Jamestown, NC Durham, NC Hampton, VA 




Michele Thomas Jamonica Thompson Tya Thrope Joanna Towiah 

Education History Nurse 

Hertford, NC Hampton, VA Oxford, NC 

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Business Adminstration Nurse Business Adminstration FCSC 

Chester, VA Rocky Mount, NC Philadelphia, PA Durham, NC 




Roy Washington 
Psychology 
Badin, NC 



Tiffany Wellington 

FCSC 

Goldsboro, NC 



Mary Whitfield 

Criminal Justice 

Durham, NC 



Mazaliyah White 
Criminal Justice 
Charlotte, NC 










Valencia White Ebonie Whitaker 
Business Adminstration Accounting 

Windsor, NC Scotland Neck, NC 



Kaia Wilson Christina Withers 

Biology Political Science 

Durham, NC Charlotte, NC 




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Chancece Williams Jonnetta Woodard Lerov Wrnv Cornell Wright 

Nursing English Education Political Science 

Smithfield NC Durham, NC Charlotte, NC Jacksonville, NC 

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Business Adminstration Public Adminstration Criminal Justice 

High Point, NC East Orange, NJ Norlina, NC 



Christopher Everett 
Criminal Justice 
Goldsboro.NC 




Jerry Gordon 

Criminal Justice 

Winston-Salem, NC 



Deidre Lee 

Elementary Education 
Washington, NC 



Tameka Macon 

Political Science 

Durham, NC 



LaMar H. Marable 

Criminal Justice 

Oxford, NC 




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Political Science/CriminalJustice Business Adminstration Theatre Communications Management/Finance 

Cameron, NC Highpoint, NC Durham, NC Manson, NC 



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RN-BSN Nursing Public Adminstration Chemistry 

Durham, NC Henderson, NC Ayden, NC 

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Freshman 



Alisha Battle 
Sophomore 



Renisha Battle 
Freshman 



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Junior 




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Stacey Bowens 
Junior 



Cedric Bowers 
Junior 





Shanel Boyd 
Freshman 



Theecla Bridges 
Freshman 



Fred Brinkley 
Sophomore 




Nantal Brooks 
Sophomore 





Tarina Brooks 
Freshman 



Deanna Brown 
Freshman 



Kendra Brown 
Sophomore 




Kendrick Brown 
Freshman 



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Junior 



Shawnae Bryant 
Freshman 



Tiffany Burt 
Freshman 



Jemesha Caldwell 
Freshman 




Lakeya Canady 
Junior 



Crystal Carter 
Sophomore 



Megan Casey 
Freshman 




Marquis Charity 
Sophomore 




Jamala Chavis 
Freshman 




Teresa Cook 
Sophomore 




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Sophomore 




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Lauren Colston 
Freshman 



Ryan Craig 
Freshman 



Nadia Curtis 
lunior 




Alisia Credle 
Freshman 



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Freshman 



Robyn Davis 
Junior 



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Freshman 



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Stepiianie Hdmonson 
Freshman 



Tanya Elliot 
Sophomore 



Doris Epps 
Freshman 



Ashley Faison 
Sophomore 




Crystal Felton 
Freshman 



LaTonza Fitzhugh 
Junior 



Doneika Ford 
Freshman 



Latoya Fuller 
Freshman 



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Jessica Handy 
Freshman 




Lynice Hannah 
Freshman 



Toccora Hardy 
Freshman 




La-toyer Hargrove 
Freshman 




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Sophomore 



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Freshman 



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Freshman 









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Freshman 




Austin Hogan 
Freshman 




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Freshman 



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Sophomore 



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Kimberely Jones 
Junior 




Javon Jones 
Freshman 



Kirtisha Jones 
Sophomore 



Kirtina Jones 
Sophomore 




Tanika Kelley 
Sophomore 



Joveria Khan 
Freshman 



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Sophomore 




Jeanette Manigan 
Junior 



Angela Manley 
Junior 




Bryan Mason 
Freshman 




Don Massenburg 
Junior 



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Freshman 



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Sophomore 



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It lias been an honor and vriviieae to serve as your 
queen. Tins tas^ has required great dedication and resyonsibiiity. 
my mission for this year was to promote T^orth Carofina Central 
llniversity through community ser\'ice and recruitment, which 
was a chaffenge. 

QAy reign as 'Miss l4orth Carolina Central' 'llniversity has 
come and gone, but the memories of this year will remain in my 
hean forever. 1 woufd fike to t/unife the students, facufty, and ' 
staff for befieving in me and supporting affmy effons.You have 
aided in my goal of taking l^orih Carolina Central University, 
"Soaring to 'Higher ideiqhts." 

Yours in Truth and Sei-vice, 
TauCa 'B. 'Boozer 

'Miss l^onh Carolina Central llniversity 20C1-02 



Vjfio is Miss I^CCai? 

Women of character, style, and grace; 

Chosen by many to uplift a race. 

'Though she may be unsure and nervous 

She must take up her caflinq of truth and service. 

she mustjyortray herseffwith the utmost respect and integrity; 

Striving to promote a sense of loyafty and unity. 

In aCfthat she does, sfie must 'be true 

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The Department of Theatre 
presented one of the world's 
most original musicals that 
was as brilliant as Jelly's 
music. The cast featured actors 
from NCCU Theatre alumni. 
Play was directed by Karen 
Dacons Brock and music 
director was Chip Crawford. 
Choreography was by Chuck 
Davis and Normadien 
Woolbright Lighting Design. 
Johnny Alston was the 
technical director. 



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Homecoming Football 
Game, 2001 

In the new millennium, the 
NCCU Eagles defended their 
home territory by crushing 
the Livingstone College Blue 
Bears 30-8 in the First Union 
Homecoming Classic. For 
the second year in a row the 
NCCU Eagles have shown 
their student body and fans 
that they will not be defeated. 




The morale and eagle spirit 
was high as more than 
10, 000 Eagles -- old and 
young— from across the 
country united at O'Kelly- 
Riddick Stadium to cheer o,. 
the football team. The NCCU 
Homecoming Court was 
presented at halftime; all the 
queens looked glamorous 
Halftime was a warm 
welcome for the fans when 
the NCCU Sound Machine 
played all the lastest hits. 




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"The true value of Fraternities and Sororities is not in 
membership, but in promoting scholarship, service..., men 
and women accepting the challenges that lie ahead." 

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reek Affairs 



Andre D. Vann 
Director of Greek Affairs 



North Carolina Central University is proud of its strong 
Greek tradition. We trace our roots back to the university's 
founder the great James E. Shepard, who was a member of the Kappa Alpha Psi 
Fratermity, Inc. While academics are the main reasons for you to attend NCCU, it is 
hoped that you will acheive the best college experience possible through the 
proper balancing of academics and social activities. Joining a fraternity or sorority 
offers you one of the most extensive social outlets. Fraternity men and sorority 
women pride themselves on their ability to help fellow brothers and sisters 
develop socially and learn how to have fun in a safe environment. 

We offer nine national fraternities and sororities for students, joining a 
Greek-letter organization provides a "home away from home" during their college 
years and an incredible network after graduation. Members of each organization 
are heavily involved in campus and commnuity acttivities. Students has various 
leadership roles inclusive of Ms. Stephanie Jackson, president of the Student 
Government Association and member of the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., Mr. 
Kevin Jenkins, vice president of the Student Government Association, who is a 
member of the Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc., Mr. Jermeir Stroud, president of 
the NACCP, who is a member of the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. and Ms. 
Paula Boozer, Miss NCCU 2001-2002 a member of the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, 
Inc. 

On behalf of the members of the nine Pan-Hellenic Council that are active on 
the campus, it is our sincere hope that prosperity follows you with greater 
achievement in the very near future. 




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Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Incorporated 
Gamma Gamma Chapter 

Front: Stewart Johnson, Bernard Salter-Pres/denf, Jeffrey Bowser (ISXIJ'V 
Kyran McShaw, Rasham Crumpton, Gregory Adams, Jr., M:^ 13^ 



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Edward Covingion, Gerard Galloway 




Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated 
Gamma Gamma Chapter 



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Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated 
A 1^ A Alpha Chi Chapter 

-^^-»-»-^*- Front: Kimberly Daniels-President, Robin Cotton, 

Back: Allana O. Smith, Terilyn Hester, Chere' McNair 




Alpha Phi Alphi Fraternity, Incorporated 
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Kappa Alpha Psi, Fraternity, Incorporated 

Front: Javanti Rogers, Gene Atley, Leroy Wray 

Back: Derek Woods, Jason Haskins, Vincent Quarles, 

Leiand Davis, Kevin Jenkins, Dierre Perry, Jason Caldwell, 

Christopher Patterson, Keenon James 



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Beta Omicron Chapter 

Keisha Clark-Pres/denf, Lou Mecia J. Koonce Vice President 



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Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Incorporated 
Tau Psi Chapter 

Front: Ben E. Stevenson II, Ronbardo Gay, Myron J. Kiel, Floyd E. Hudson 
Back: Kevin A Phillip, David Hart, Richard Grantham, James R. Harp, 
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Beta Nu Rho 
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L-R Front row, Alicia Romero, Robert Johnson, and Janita 
McKinnon. Back row, Nai McManus,Damarus Sanders, DeAngelo 
Robinson, Branton Pinkston, Austin Hogan, and a group member. 



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Golden Keys 



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GrSClUSte OtUCient L-R Talya Simpson, Cassandra Palmer, and Kaye 
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Bowling Team L-R Front row, LaCrystal Home, Artrell Brakefield, and NeClea 

Coleman. Back row, Zulmie Harris, Rlionda Lee, Nathaiel Jenkins, 
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NC SgGS You ^'^ Front row, Adrian White, Roland Yearwood, Denise Abdool, and 
Dalia Davies. Back row, Tracy Gill, Angela Brown, and Kenya Searcy 



Campus Organizations 




Phi Beta Lambda 



L-R Front row, Mitchelle Gray, Sonja Scott, Advisor, Kevin 
Phillips, and Tolulope Omokaiye. Back row, Marissa 
Williams, Patrick Young, Michael Curry, Brandon Pinkston, 
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Xi Chi Rho 
Social Service Fellowship 



L-R Front row, Mandy Parham, Cecilya Williams, and 
LaNetta Gaines. Back row, Gloria Bethea, Deve 
Astrop, Marylina Brown, and Leah Stewart. 



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Jannita Kegler, art major, had planned for more 
than eight years to see Mickey Mouse and visit the 
Disney World Resort. She finally got the chance when 
she applied for a co-op training program at Disney. 

Kegler believes the Disney experience was the best 
opportunity of her life. Jannita spent the fall 2001 
semester working for Disney's MGM Studio in 
production and took courses in leadership at Disney 
University. Her days were also filled working in 
Hollywood Hills at the famous Rock 'N' Roller coaster 
ride and Hollywood Tower of Terror Hotel. 

Jannita comments: "I took opportunities that most 
people are afraid to take, meeting and experiencing 
people from around the world. I have learned from this 
experience that you have to be aggressive in the work 
world, be focused on your work and positive about 
yourself. From this time forward 1 am going to use my 
abilities to the fullest, and hopefully I will receive a 
second co-op at Disney World. 



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Research Progress 



Joan Council (left), music major, is a research student 
advised by Paula Harrell, an associate professor in 
the Music Department. Joan's research project is 
titled "Collegiate Research in Musical Strategies that 
Aid in the Retention of at-Risk African -American 
Males in 5th through 8th Grades." 




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North Carolina Central University extends congratulations to you... 

HONORS PhuGRAM 




Studernts who dennonstrate the potential for 
excellence are given the opportunity to develop 
special skills and talents in the Honors Program. 



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"The ultimate 

measure of 

a man is 

not where 

he stands 

in moments of 

comfort and 

convenience, 

but where he 

stands at times 

of challenge 

and 
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TOWER WISDOM 



ACADEMIC COMMUNITY 
SERVICE LEARNING 

SEE IT. FEEL IT BE IT The Eagle Experience 





Carla Alston 

Placement 

Coordinator 



Soaring in the new milieu of campus life, experiencing the Eagle 
experience of learning and helping, NCCU students embraced Dr. 
Shepard's vision of promoting truth and service in 2001-02. They met 
his mission with creativity and innovation. Students at NCCU began 
the year with tutoring and mentoring in five Eagle Village schools. 
To demonstrate true stewardship, students volunteered their service 
and learned more about health issues, civic responsiblity, diversity, 
mentoring, and tutoring in Durham and at NCCU. The city and 
university experienced an increased flow of dedicated students with 
greater awareness of ties to town and gown. Students designed and 
implemented community based projects in partnership with faculty 




Tanielle Aredge 
Outreach Counselor 



ACADEMIC COMMUNITY SERVICE LEARNIG STAFF and PARTNERS 



and staff. NCCU projects were assessed for 
impact, implementation and learning outcomes. 
Service learning projects included 30 Hours 
Famine, Adopt-a-Highway, Blood Drive, Habitat 
for Humanity, JDF Walk-a-thon, and the Mr. 
Irresistible Contest. Discussion between town and 
gown participants was used to bring closure and 
structure to these efforts. Good relations and open 
dialogue meant that many projects remained 
active and functional for the community after the 
students were gone. 




Rosa Anderson 

Assoc. Director for 

ACSLP 



Ruby Messick 

Pram Manager 



Students, faculty members and staff at NCCU have an impressive record for service to the 

Great Durham Community. NCCU students upheld Dr. Shepard's idea of NCCU as a local, state, and 

national leader in service learning. 



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• WNCU is a 50,000 watt Jazz 

and Information public radio 
station licensed to North Carolina 
Central University. 

►WNCU is a regional broadcast station 
that serves the Triangle Metro Area 
and central North Carolina counties. 

»WNCU plays the best in contempoary 
and traditonal Jazz, Blues, Gospel, 
Hip Hop, Reggae and World Music. 

•WNCU providies news from National 
Public Radio, Pacifica Network, Public 
Radio International and up to date 
sports reports. 

• With an estimated 800,000 listening 

audience from Raliegh, Durham and 
Chapel Hill, it is the fastest growing 
radio station in the area. 

• WNCU is your source for Jazz 

and Information. 




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Two seniors, Adrian White and Rowland Yearwood, during fall 
2001 semester created a campus-only television series. "NC Sees 
U" is a catchy title that speaks to the nature of the program that 
captures student life on NC Central's campus. The program airs 
for 30-minutes from 2 to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday. The TV 
series covers issues important to African-Americans. Each show is 
formatted to include entertainment, a current campus event, 
and a current educational interest. 

The introduction for the broadcast is one of the most interesting 
aspects of the show, It combines cartoons and music reminiscent 
of a FUBU Fat Albert and Friends commercial. The action centers 
around locations like the dorms, the yard, or the 
Communications Building. The show is very funny at times. White 
and Yearwood hope they will inspire other mass communication 
students to create new shows for campus television. 



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AUDIONET 



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The NCCU Touring Choir is the premiere choral organization on 
campus and performs at all university events. The university 
Choir makes an annual tour each year performing in Baltimore, 
Atlantic City, D.C., Philadelphia, Petersburg, Bridgeport, Conn, 
Mt. Veron, NY, and Hackensack, NJ. The Choir also performs 
regularly in Greensboro, and Charlotte, NC. 



The Touring Choir is comprised of students from all departments 
on campus. The choir is known for it versatility in singing music 
of all styles and genres and especially the music of African- 
American composers. It has released a compact disc entitled 
"Lift Every Voice" and the choir is scheduled to release its second 
CD in the fall of 2002. 

The choir is under the direction of Professor Frank E. Williams 
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Worthy, Lanelle Turner, Alexis Cole, Stephanie Kyle, Latisha McEachern, Jahara Hojilla, Lisa Hicks, 
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LaCina Clayton, Terri Kilts, Tiffany Hemby, Candy Cash, Mandie Blackburn, Jahara 
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(L-R) Stacey Powell - Processing Assistance 

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The Art Gala held in August of 2001, 
was an annual event sponsored by NCCU 
Development Office that raised proceeds 
for university scholarships and programs. 
The coordinator Mrs. Evonne Fisher and 
Anthony Jarmen, assistant, planned a 
stellar art exhibition. Featured artists 
attending the exhibit were Ernest Crishlow 
and Lester Gunter. Both Crishlow and 
Gunter were here for the opening session 
held in NCCU's Art Museum the night 
before the Gala. Below, they were greeted 
by chancellor, James Ammons. During this 
event the artists spoke to students about 
their success. Paul Jones, a major collector 
from Atlanta, also attended the Gala. Jones 
gave enthusiastic comments and answered 
questions about how he came into the 
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studio and visual design. They learn in traditional courses to develop skills for drawing, 
design and painting. Professors in the department give assignments for students to | 

experience operating specialized equipment in the studio and using tools and the computer I 
lab. Many students find information about some major courses and instructions on-line and 
respond employing different software and electronic media. K 

Students actively participate in study abroad programs to gain knowledge of other cultures. 
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The Department of Music offers 
a strong, diversified curriculum leading to 
the Bachelor of Arts and the Bachelor of 
Music degrees in five areas: Music, Music 
Education with NC State Licensure, Jazz, 
Sacred Music, and an additional 
concentration in Music Business. 

The department also offers a minor in music 
at the the baccalaureate level. The 
department emphasizes cultural diversity, 
thorough musical preparation and 
professionalism. The curriculum provides a 
major in music that includes the cultivation 
of requisite skills, the acquisition of 
professional knowledge, and the 
development of aesthetic appreciation with 
opportunities for undergraduate research 
and internships with professional 
organizations which will prepare the 
graduate for numerous employment 
opportunities and graduate study. 



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Inside the James E. Shepard Memorial Library, 

students use powerful tools which aid in retrieving 
information. A cluster of 14 computers in the 
Reference Department provides access to 86 
electronic databases in a variety of subjects. For 
word processing students find an attractive 
laboratory with internet connection. One can view 
or check out educational videos in the Curriculm 
Materials Center. These electronic and audiovisual 
resources are offered along with a strong collection 
of print materials including, research documents, 
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students in the Department of Modern Foreign Langviages. Each year students 
travel to areas of the world to study the languages and cultures in order to prepare 
themselves for the global community of the 21st century. Ranim Abadou-Charka 
spent the 2001-02 academic year in Montpellier, France, where she studied French 
language and culture. Lakeeshia Austin, Miss NCCU in 1999-2000, studied French 
at the Sorbonne in Paris, France, in summer 2001. Deena Smith spent spring 
semester 2001 studying at the University of Mannheim, Germany. 




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Second row (L to R): Taisha Cordero, Stephannie Jackson, Mandy I'arham, Sherise 
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Nikia Lewis (second from 
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prospective teacher, studied 
Spanish at the Centro Bilingue 
in Cuernava, Mexico, in 
summer 1998. In Spring 2001, 
Nikia returned to Mexico with 
the UNC system-wide 
program. She was an 
exchange student in 
Gudadlajara where she Hved 
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travels to Cuernavaca with students who study Spanish language and culture at 
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The History Department's 

faculty and majors have 
worked with the residents of 
Princeville assisting in 
restoring graves destroyed 
by Hurricane Floyd. 
The group has spent many 
Saturdays moving markers, 
mowing grass, and removing 
trash washed onto the site. 
The Department has been 
reassured that preserving this 
graveyard is historical 
because the Princeville area 
was the first settled Black 
community in North 
Carolina managed solely by 
African- Americans . 




The Department is chaired by Professor 
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The Department of Human Sciences prepares a diverse student 
population for leadership roles in changing a global society. These 
graduates, from five innovative undergraduate programs of study and 
four graduate concentrations, actively embrace the missions to empower 
families and build communities that enhance the quality of life for all 
individuals and families. The programs are accredited by their 
respective professional agencies. 

Below, Dr. Lin on the front row right side, poses with her Apparel CAD class. 
Students are taught theory and application of principles of apparel design utilizing 
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The Department of Nursing 

provides a professional education 
to qualified persons from diverse 
backgrounds. Our curriculum is 
presented in classes both on and 
off campus, thanks to a 
combination of extension facilities 
and distance learning resources. 
We take pride in offering courses 
in which students 
can practice what they learn 
through community service 
projects. 

The Nursing program offers a 
Bachelor of Science in Nursing 
degree for traditional and 
registered nursing students. 
Graduates are eligible to take the 
NCLEX-RN for licensure as 
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NationanI Society of Minorities in Hospitaality Front Row (L-R); Helene Pope, Tonya Peebles, AUana Smith 
Second Row (L-R): Stephanie Throne, Margaret Rorie, Lanisha Williams, Samera Jones, Sherry Williams, 
Dr. Beverly Bryant Third Row (L-R): Eric Brown, Andrew Beamon, Mr. Ali Halatayi, Reyad Ghanayem, 
George Morgan Gregory Burnette, Mr. Donald Porterfield 

Students in the Hospitality and Tourism Program in the School of Business 
are in one of the fastest growing programs on campus. In the past three years the 
program has grown from 12 students to 100 majors. The program has been forging 
partnerships with industry to help guide the program development and support 
scholarships, academic instruction with internships and guest lectures. 

Students hold membership in the National Society of Minorities in Hospitality and 
participate in state and national meetings. The NCCU Chapter 

has won national awards since its induction in 1999. The Society provides opportunities 
for leadership development, community service, scholarship and campus awareness. 



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The School of Education is excited 
about our highly qualified and 
productive faculty and staff and our 
new "state of the art" building. Our goal 
is to provide exemplary academic 
programs and outstanding graduates, 
who will make a difference in the state, 
nation and the world by exemplifying 
truth and service. The conceptual theme 
for the School of Education is "Preparing 
Educators for Diverse Cultural 
Contexts." We are preparing our 
students to provide culturally 
responsive pedagogy and to promote 
social justice. We anticipate becoming 
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Students are attracted to the School of Law 
because it is fully accredited. The school 
has over 20 full-time professors and 
administrators. The Law building has 
designated space for student activities and 
organization offices including the Law 
Journal and Student Bar Association. The 
Law library provides a comfortable area for 
study and research. It contains over 
280,000 volumes of educational materials 
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Students took advantage of 
the expertise provided by Leruieal J. 
Henderson, who w^as appointed to fill 
the Daniel T. Blue Endowed Chair in 
Political Science. Henderson is on the 
faculty of the Fielding Institue in 
Santa Barbara, California. He has 
held a number of teaching, 
administrative and research positions 
in the United States and Asia. 
Moreover, he was chairman of the 
Department of Political Science at the 
University of Tennessee and taught 
courses in International Economics in 
Maylaysia and Hong Kong. 

The Dan Blue Chair, the first 
endowed chair in the College of Arts 
and Sciences, was funded with a 
generous donation from former 
General Administration President 
CD. Spangler. When giving NCCU 
this gift, Spangler paid tribute to an 
alumnus who represented well both 
his Alma Mater and the state. Daniel 
T. Blue was Speaker of the NC House 
of Representatives from 1991-1995. 




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Dianne Scott, Associate Professor, Communication Disorders is teaching a 
regular scheduled class in the Electronic classroom. All students are enrolled at 
NCCU, but they have the opportunity of viewing and actively participating in the 
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The Telecommunications 
Education Center provides 
teleconferencing and distance 
learning through interactive 
video to faculty, staff, students 
and the administration at North 
Carolina Central University. 

Services: Teleclass Productions 
Courses and seminars broadcast 
live via the North Carolina 
Research and Educational 
Network (NC-REN), North 
Carolina Information Highway 
(NCIH), and Video over Internet 
Protocol (IP). 

Videoconferencing: Two-way 
interaction with participants at 
remote sites throughout the state. 

ISDN Videoconferencing 
Capability: Two-way interaction 
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NCCU's JLC-BBRI, launched in 1998, is an innovative research and training 
Institute dedicated to the advancement of fundamental knowledge of 
human diseases, particularly those that disproportionately affect under- 
represented minority groups. The JLC-BBRI facility comprises 40,000 square 
feet of basic research space, which includes modern research laboratories 
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The Institute provides a cohesive, 
nurturing environment for 
students that promotes and 
supports interdisciplinary 
collaborations. JLC-BBRI 
scientists are a talented and 
diverse group of individuals 
committed to excellence in 
research and dedicated to 
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Center serves as a focal point for all 
students planning for the "world of 
work." For under-classmen, career 
counseling is provided to assist in 
determining career choices. For 
grauduating seniors and graduate 
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available to aid the transition from 
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Since 1982, when Brooklyn 

M'^Millon retired, he has continued 
gathering information on anything 
eventful that has happened on this 
campus. As a result, he has 
compiled a wealth of information 
and records that reveal the history 
of North Carolina Central 
University. For many years, Mr. 

M*^Millon ran the Registrars Office. 
He developed a love for 
documenting noted events 
involving Chancellors, Deans, 
faculty, and students throughout the 
years. He knows NCCU news from 
the beginning. He gleaned the 
information from local newspapers 
articles and documented speeches. 

He is willing to share his 
information with anyone who has a 
minute to listen. Or Mr. Mac, as he 
is called on campus, will copy the 
information for an individual. He 
does not lend pictures or any of his 
actual documents. Maybe one day, 
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The University College offers Distance 
Education courses withi several modes of 
delivery. They can be: 

1. Face to Face: All instruction is site based 
with no web or internet enhancements. 
These use the conventional classroom mode 
of delivery. 

2. Web-enhanced Instruction: A traditional 
face to face or classroom component, but 
includes web enhancements such as 
Courselnfo for accessing class materials, 
exams, homework, etc. 

3. Internet-Courses: A completely online 
program that can be accessed from 
anywhere, any time via the internet. No site- 
based activity is required. 

4. Teleclassroom Courses: Courses that are 
televised from one location and broadcast to 
different NCCU locations. 

Classes meet at scheduled times in the tele- 
classrooms located at anNCCU location. An 
instructor at one site interacts with students 
from all locations simultaneously via two- 
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Dr. Goldie Smith Byrd 

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Dr. Goldie Sniith Byrd received this esteemed award in 2001 

for her work and service in the Biology Department. Dr. Byrd initiated 

a University proposal for a new concentration in biotechnology and 

sponsored a mentoring program with Glaxo-Smith Kline. 

She developed a master classroom and multimedia laboratory in the 

Biology Department. 

Dr. Byrd is committed to educating students for the future. She 
is dedicated to ensuring that her students have grounding in scientific 
basics and are prepared to compete in the technologically advanced 
world. She exemplifies a passion and commitment to excellence for 
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Dr. Amal Abu-Shakra is an Associate 
Professor in the Biology Department. She 
is committed to service learning and believes 
that listening to studentsis a key component 
of teaching effectiveness. 



Mrs. Regina Alston, an instructor in the 
English Department, has represented NCCU 
in Leadership North Carolina and has high 
expectations for all of her students. 



Dr. Mary Thundyil Mathew, an Associate Professor of English, has 
done scholarly work on evolving models of Indian women in 
literature, incluciing a book. Female Development in the Novels of 
Rabindmiiatli Tngore: A Cross-cultural Anah/sis of Gemier and Literature in 
British India (1955). Students praise Dr. Mathew's style of teaching, 
especially her use of a "peer review" workshop method. 

Dr. Harvey McMurray, Associate Professor of Criminal Justice, is 
collaborating with NCSU on a racial profiling study involving the NC 
State Highway Patrol. He is assisting in the development of a distance 
learning program so that state troopers can complete bachelor's 
degrees in Criminal Justice at NCCU. Dr. McMurray embraces 
technology, scholarship, and excellence and has a strong commitment 
to student learning. 

Dr. Tom Scheft, an Associate Professor in the School of Education, has 
trained hundreds of teachers and been in the vanguard of instructional 
technology. He began his career at NCCU in the English Department, 
where he helped start the Media-Journalism Program and was the 
faculty advisor for the Campus Echo. 

Dr. Robert Wortham, a Professor of Sociology, embodies the 
interdisciplinary spirit of the CFAS curriculum. Much of Wortham's 
scholarship has included developing texts, teaching aids, and curricula 
for training the next generation of sociologists. Students praise Dr. 
Wortham's teaching as "interesting because he deals with important 
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The Faculty Senate makes suggestions and 
recommendations to the chancellor about 
topics such as grading, curriculum, faculty 
promotions, and tenure. Professor Percy 
Murray, chair of the Faculty Senate, has 
several goals for 2001-02. He wants the 
faculty members to share their research with 
the University, raise funds to create a faculty 
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The Collaborative Minority Institutions 
Alcohol Research Development 
(CMIARD) program at NCCU is a 
federally fvmded research development 
program designed and placed at NCCU in 
1997 to foster faculty and student interest in 
alcohol research. This program which was 
funded for five years has supported five 
faculty and nine students in the 
development of skills in alcohol research. 
The Program Director and Principal 
Investigator is Dr. E. Joyce Roland; Dr. 
Valarie Williams is the principal research 
scientist responsible for the development of 
the Student Alcohol Survey and subsequent 
data management and analysis. She also 
supervises students in their development of 
research projects. Ms. Linda Totten is 
Project Coordinator. Students who have 
worked in the program as research 
assistants include Dawn Witherspoon, 
Marquisha Green, Ezekiel Dixon-Roman, 
Jamie Patterson, Shareefa Al'Ugdah, Arthell 
Breakfield, Tywanda Ellison, Ebony Ross, 
and Chelsa Ward. 

Student and faculty research has been 
schowcased at local, state and national 
conferences. The program is funded by the 
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North Carolina Central University held it's annual American Red Cross Blood Drive in 
the Alfonso Student Union on the eighth and ninth of November. The Health Education 
Department and Society of Future Health Educators sponsored the event along with theRed 
Cross. Many of the students reported that the staff, nurses, and volunteers were extremely 
helpful and concerned. Dr. Parrish mentioned that there was a definite increase in the 
number of people that gave blood this year. One woman expressed that the events of 
September 11th definitley affected her decision to give blood. Another reason for high 
donation was to give support to friends and families who may come in need one day. 




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organize and direct a comprehensive program to increase the involvement 
and support of alumni in the life and goals of North Carolina Central 
University. Our responsibilities include: 

• Increasing alumni participation in fund-raising campaigns and efforts 

• Conceiving, organizing and conducting alumni activities 

which seek to promote enthusiasm and financial support of alumni toward 
North Carolina Central University. 

• Improving recruitment of students by alumni— we appoint recruitment 
coordinators from each alumni chapter to work with admissions. 

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''Plant the seed and groiv the future" 

Works of art are thus individualized expressions of the "real" world 

or the "unreal" world. They not only express the real as in "everydayness" but 

also the play or fantasy side of human nature, which is |^^ften ignored in 

today's technological societies. 

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The Summer Enrichment Academic 
Program (S.E.A.P.) turns high school 
students on to college life at NCCU. It 
is a three-week, intensive, pre-college 
program which introduces students to 
living and studying on a college 
campus. Students attend classes in 
English, technology, mathematics, 
and SAT test preparation. Students 
go on field trips to such places as 
Washington, DC, for supplemental 
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The National Student 
Exchange is a consortium 
of four-year colleges and 
universities which have 
joined together for the 
purpose of exchanging 
students among the 
member institutions. There 
are two students enrolled in 
the program; they are from 
the left, Mary Jones, 
University of Mexico and 
Alice Smith, University of 
Illinois. Both SEAP and 
national Student Exchange 
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Eagle Village Community Development Corporation 

The Eagle Village Community Development Corporation is a non-profit organization 
dedicated to the creation and maintenance of a sustainable community in the areas 
surrounding North Carolina Central University. The Eagle Village CDC skills serve as a 
volunteer, supportive, collaborative, cooridinating body involving the community, other 
organizations, and NCCU in efforts to promote economic development, improved health, 
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Dr. Kenneth Chambers, principal investigator for the Technology 
Opportunities Program Community Access to Technology (TOP CAT) grant, 
plans to place computers in the community. The computer will be specifically 
designated for school aged youth, their parents and grandparents, who are 
often surrogate parents and senior citizens. The TOP CAT program will 
provide people in the Eagle Village area with access to tutoring in the use of 
applications software, Internet browsing, and e-mail. 

Chancellor Ammons talked with Campus Minister Michael Page (above), 
during the TOP CAT reception. In the bottom photo far left Everett Miles, 
director for the Eagle Village, Lori Gibbs and a friend enjoyed the gathering 
and acknowledged the TOP CAT computers placed at Spaulding Biosphere. 
School. 




The TOP CAT project will be 
housed in four other locations: 
Fisher's United Holy Church, First 
United Antioch Baptist Church, 
Shepard Middle School, and North 
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Ambassador Sharpless was 
honored with a reception 
sponsored by the Office of 
Institutional Advancement. 
In the photo above, 
Chancellor Ammons shakes 
hands with Judge Leon 
Stanback who attended the 
reception. To the right Dr. 
Eugene Eaves and politician 
Howard Clement converses 
with Mattie Sharpless, the 
newly appointed ambassador. 



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Chancellor James H. Ammons gave a 
warm welcome to U.S. Ambassador to the 
Central African Republic, Mattie Sharpless 
who visited the university in November. 
She was appointed to the post by President 
George Bush. Ambassador Sharpless 
received her Bachelor's degree in business 
education and a Master's in business 
administration and economics from North 
Carolina Central University. She plans to 
develop new objectives for the office with 
assistance from two United States 
Department of Agriculture (USDA) 
ambassadors. 




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Ministry (UCCM) is for all 

members of the academic 
community. The Campus 
Minister and staff sponsors 
programs of common interest for 
all denominations. We advise 
individuals toward greater 
spiritual, mental, and emotional 
maturity. 

We encourage individuals to 
participate in the life and worship 
of a local church in Durham. 
UCCM promotes worship 
services, bible studies, religious 
forums, community service 
programs, and spiritual guidance 
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May you have... 

Enough happiness to keep you sweet, 

Enough trials to keep you strong, 

Enough sorrow to keep you human, 

Enough hope to keep you happy; 

Enough failure to keep you humble, 

Enough success to keep you eager. 

Enough friends to give you comfort, 

Enough wealth to meet your needs; 

Enough enthusiasm to look toward. 

Enough faith to banish depression. 

Enough determination to make each 

day better than yesterday. 

In Truth and Service, 
Dr. Angela Terry 8/97 - 8/02 



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BLACK COLLEGE COMMUNICATION ASSOCIATION AWARDS 

1999 

|ST-BEST SPOT NEWS COVERAGE 
-|ST 3RD.HONORABLE MENTION 
BEST NEWS STORY 
1ST -BEST PHOTOGRAPHY 

af^l^-BEST EDITORIAL 
a^iD.BEST SPORTS STORY 

2000 

iST-BEST HBCU STUDENT PAPER 
1ST-BEST ONLINE EDITORIAL 

2ND.BEST PHOTOGRAPHY 
2ND.BEST SPORTS COVERAGE 
2001 sFiD.BEST FEATURE STORY 

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2ND-BEST SPORTS STORY 

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Student Union 

"We Never Stop Growing" 




Thurman Prescott, Jr. 
Student Union Director 




Muriel Jordan 
Assist. Student Union Director 





The Alfonso Elder Student Union 
is the meeting place for students, faculty, 
administrators, alumni, and guests for 
North Carolina Central University. It serves 
as a center for educational, cultural, social, 
and recreational activities. Students and 
community members are provided with a 
comfortable environment in which to meet, 
organize, plan and attend a variety of 
events, such as meetings, conferences, 
banquets and receptions. 

Remember The Alfonso Elder Student 
Union, "We Never Stop Growing." 



Michael Robinson 
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Game Room 



The Game Room is one of the most popular 
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Mail Room and Beauty/Barber Shor 

(L-R) Mail clerks are Letitia Footman, Phillip Rhodes, 
Wanda McDonald, manager, Vonnie Nunnally, Gwen 
Perry, Anita Williams, and Dorothy Rice. 










(L-R) Ms. Yvonne 
Hendrix, barber, 
Larry Thomas, 
customer, and 
James Mines, 
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Special 
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The Eagle Yearbook staff salutes individuals who 

gave time and special contributions of photography, 

writing and resources. They are: 

Dr. Kenneth Chambers 
Information Technology / Photographer 

Jamila R. Davenport 
Graphic Designer 

Bruce dePyssler 
Campus Echo 

Robert Lawson 
Photographer 

Eric Kelly, III 
Kelly World Advertising 

Kyle Serba 
Director of Sports Information 

Sandra Varva 
Assistance Professor of English 

Dr. Melvin J. Carver 
Advisor, Eagle Yearbook 



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Eagles United in Sorrow, 
Eagles United in Hope. 

Our deepest sympathy and prayers go to the Eagle 

families, friends, and co-workers of the many innocent people who 

lost their lives or were injured in the national tragedy, 

September 11, 2001. 



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Edna Louise Albright, 

Secretary, Reference Librarian 

John "Jack" Bond, III, 

Special Assistant to the Chancellor 

William Alexander Clement, 

Board of Trustees 

William Lawrence Cornigans, 

Physical Plant and Facilities in Residential Life 

Lillian Hicks Cutler, 

Concession Stand, Hoey Admin, 
and Willis Commerce Building 

Lillie Mae Brown Fike, 

Administrative Assistant, Academic Affairs 

Joseph Edward Fleming, 

Assistant Professor and Librarian 

Charles Vernon Holland, 

Board of Trustees 

Robert F. Kennedy, 

Chair, Department of Art 

Deborah Michelle Lee, 

Computer-Based Testing Administrator 

Mona Celeste Curry MacNair, 

Instructor, Department of English 

Arnold McClain, Sr., 

Physical Plant 

Helen Miles McClain, 

University Bookstore 

Marcus Deon McKinnon, Jr., 

Political Science Public Administration Major 

llene Berenter Nelson, 

School of Law 

Joe Nathan Norman, 

Department of Business and Economics 

Sylvester Saunders, Jr., 

Department of Home Economics/Food and Nutrition 

Francis Robert Scherer, 

Department of Sociology 

Leon Snipes, 

Ph\sical Plant, super\ isor 

Mary Frances Suggs, 

Department of Business 

"May the Spirit of Dr. James E. SUepard 
cotitiune to descend upon you" 

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The 
Alma 
Mater 



The sloping hills, the verdant green, 

The lovely blossoms' beauteous sheen 

Surround our college proud and gay. 

Where wave our colors, maroon and gray. 

What matters it how far we roam. 

Our thoughts will oft return to home. 

And hearts will e'er be true to thee. 

Our Alma Mater, N.C.C. 

Refrain: 

Then Rah! Rah! Rah! 

For our colors so gay! 

Dear old N.C.C.'s Maroon and Gray: 

Thy Sons and Daughters will honor thee. 

Dear old N.C.C. 

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We've gathered here to fit ovir lives. 

As from the darkness light revives; 

So let us hail, both night and day. 

Our glorious colors, Maroon and Gray. 

We'll ever love and honor thee. 

For thou hast taught us loyalty 

Then let our watchword, "Service" be 

To Alma Mater, N.C.C. 

Ill 

You send us forth with hearts of love 

So like a blessing from above. 

And from the path we'll never stray. 

Our dear Alma Mater, Maroon and Gray 

We'll work and fight, we'll win our way. 

When dvity calls, we shall obey 

And may we're return to thee. 

Our Alma Mater, N.C.C. 



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