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OPEnmG - 6 

Welcome Week 

Chancellor 

Vice Chancellors 

Deans 

Teacher of the Year 

Employee of the Year 

In Memory - Dr. David Diaz 



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SGA 

SAC 

Chancellor's Speakers Series 

Culture 

MissFSU 

Mr. FSU 

Homecoming 



UnDERGRHDURTEB - 81 

Freshmen 

Sophomores 

Juniors 

In Memory - Latoya L Lane 



GRHDUHTmn-113 

Winter Commencement 

Seniors 
Spring Commencement 



HTHLETICB - 161 

Cheerleaders 

Tennis 

Bowling 

Volleyball 

Football 

CIAA Championship/NCAA Playoff 

Basketball 

CIAA Activities 



Rodeo LUeek - 102 

Fashion Show 

Stomping on the Yard Step Show 

Bronco Pride Awards 

Honors ft Awards 

Founders' Day 

Scholarship Gala 



HmPUB LLUBB - 137 

Organization Fair 
Gr^k Life 
■ Honor Society 

' Departmental 

General 



CLGBinG - 174 

Campus Candids 
Colophon 



Three Views of Fire Station 





During the 2004 - 2005 academic year, Fayetteville State 
University broadened its horizons and reached out to the 
world. We developed relationships with China and India 
and students spent weeks abroad studying the African 
culture. The campus is in a state of change. New devel- 
opments are shaping and molding our students in prepa- 
ration for success on all levels. The first Masters of So- 
cial Work class graduated in May, the nursing program 
received full accredidation, a fire science program was 
implemented, we've developed a partnership with the 
school system and increased efforts to attract both 
hispanic and top ranking local students. While holding 
on to our historical legacy, we embrace what is on the 
horizon. Get ready, because whether it is realized or not, 

the world is on the bnnk of a BRDFICD InUHBIOn. 





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Enhancing cultural diversity, the Ballethnic Dance 
Company is a classically trained, culturally di- 
verse performing company that also provides 
professional training for children and adults. 
Through their programming, they instill and in- 
terest in the culture of dance and offer new 
outlets for expression and enjoyment. Founded 
in 1990 by Nena Gilreath and Waverly Lucas II, 
Ballethnic's goal is to inform, educate and en- 
tertain through dance which is what they did as 
part of Welcome Week on Sunday, August 15 
in Capel Arena. 




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Ms. Soni Martin has been a Professor of Art in the Department of Performing and Fine Arts for fourteen years. 
She recerved her M.FA in Studio Arts from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and her BA in Visual 
Art from the University of North Carolina at Pembroke. 

During her fourteen year tenure at Fayetteville State University, she has assisted in expanding the visual arts 
program and has coordinated the exhibitions in the Rosenthal Gallery for the past four. The spirit of excellence 
in teaching is reflected in the many ways in which she dedicates her time and talent to assist her students. 
Whether accompanying them on trips to major national museums or providing guidance in the studios of 
Rosenthal, Ms. Martin encourages her art students to explore the creative process. An exploration that has 
netted her students top award winning exhibitions. 

Ms. Martin is a practicing artist who exhibits regularly on the regional and international levels. Her creative 
works have been seen in the Fayetteville Museum of Art, BTI Performing Arts Center, Mesa Contemporary Art 
Center in Arizona and Makeready Press Gallery in New Jersey and are collected by indrviduals, corporations and 
museums. 

An art advocate in the community, Ms. Martin has served on the boards of local art agencies and presently 
serves on the City of Fayetteville Public Art Commission. 

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A native of Sanford, NC, Mrs. Wilma Thorpe has been employed 
at Fayetteville State University since 1979. She has worked faith- 
fully in the Department of Health, Physical Education and Human 
Services, Academic Affairs and the Office of the Chancellor. Cur- 
rently, Mrs. Thorpe serves the university in the capacity of Person- 
nel Technician for the Office of Human Resourrzes and is a mem- 
ber of the State Government Workers' Compensation Advisory 
Committee. Mrs. Thorpe enjoys reading and gardening, and is a 
member of Lewis Chapel Mssionary Baptist Church where she greets 
other members and visitors each Sunday. 



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Dr. David Diaz 



Somewhere a journey 

begins at the end 

of the worldly existence 

we know, 

Somewhere a path stretches 

over the stars, 

and rivers of memories flow... 

"Somewhere a silence 

IS heard far away 

and the brightness of day 

fills the night, 

Where the trials of life 

are resolved into peace - 

when a soul finds its way 

to the light." 

- - Blue Mountain 



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Fall 



ConuQCRTion 




At the annual Fall Convocation on Thurs- 
day, September 30, Chancellor TJ. Bryan 
told students to set their goals high and 
to lead their lives in the "Bronco Way". 
Speaking before one of the largest fresh- 
man classes. Chancellor Bryan urged the 
students to take time to really learn. She 
explained that since education is a per- 
sonal journey of discovery, each person 
has to actrvely participate in every aspect 
of learning. Dr. Bryan closed by indicat- 
ing that the students were members of a 
very privileged and talented group that 
should begin to start thinking about what 
they will do with their lives and not take 
anything for granted. 




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Below: Congressman Bob Ethndge poses with stu 
dents during a scheduled campaign stop. 




Above: Students cast their vote for SGA, SAC and 
homecoming candidates during fall elections. 



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Left: SGA Officers and Senators: 
Titichia Mitchell, Tern Mayweather- 
Jones, Sanjanette Scott, Jerry Wil- 
son, Shan Wilson - Pr^ident, Tertia 
Allen, Nyesha Ford, Lydia Milburn, 
Aramis Campbell, Keisha Robinson, 
Sherry Boone, Kendra Purcell, 
Jeannette Harden, Natasha Will- 
iams, Jerrell Nelson, Irene Willis, 
Deidre Richburg, Caroline Kinsey, 
Annika Edqerson and Amber 
Howard, Tamara Taylor and 
Juanette Council - Advisors 



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Broncos missed class to take time 
out to vote on Tuesday, Novem- 
ber 2. Over 700 students, faculty 
and staff man:hed from the cam- 
pus to the Arthur D. Smith Rec- 
reation Center to cast their vote 
for the political candidate of their 
choice. Under the leadership of 
SGA president, Shan Williams, and 
committee chairperson. Amber 
Howard, student carrying printed 
and handmade signs, were either 
marching for a cause or voting 
for the very first time. 




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Far Right: 2004 - 
05 SGA president, 
Shciri Willidms, 
gives her farewell 
address. 




Above: SGA President elect, Jerry Wilson, delivers his 
inaugural address. 



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Far Left : Kindred the Family Soul serves as entertain- 
ment for the evening. 




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audience tools 
of empower- 
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Left: SAC Officers and 
Council members: Talia 
[Higgs, Natasha Williams, 
Caroline Kinsey - Pro- 
gram Director, Gavin 
Myrick, Sabrina Monroe, 
Naja Butler, Chimere 
Collins, Man:us McRae - 
Advisor, Renee Jones, 
Branten Church, Christie 
Hunter, Alvis Moore, 
Keisha Robinson, Jerry 
Wilson, Kelly Hunter, 
Docleia Johnson. Gene 
Carroway - Advisor 



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Judge Greg Mathis spoke to a crowd filled with 
young people on Saturday, August 28 in Capel 
Arena. During his talk, Judge Mathis spoke about 
the barage of negative images youth receive 
through the media and urged them to use educa- 
tion as a tool to battle the negative forces. After 
speaking, he answered questions and signed cop- 
ies of his autobiography. 



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Eric Michael Dyson, author, teacher, preacher, scholar and 
social critic brought his message about social responsi- 
bilfty to FSU on Thursday, September 24. Dyson did not 
use a scholarly approach to talk about the wrongs he 
sees in society today. During his two hour presentation, 
he used lines from hip-hop songs and old ballads as well 
as plan street language to get his points across. While 
criticizing celebrities, Mr. Dyson spoke passionately about 
the disrespect of women, blaming the owners of televi- 
sion networks for the exploitation of women's bodies. 




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was able to survive her captivity in Iraq. Her response, people 
have made it through so much more. A former Army cook, 
the first US black female prisoner of war recerved a standing 
ovation following her remarks on Thursday, November 11. 
During her presentation, Ms. Johnson discussed her life and 
experiences in captrvity after her convoy was ambushed af- 
ter making a wrong turn. After a 22-day ordeal, she and six 
others from her company were rescued by Marines after a 
tip was received by an Iraqi man about where the American 
soldiers were being held. 



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Accompanied by Denzel Washington via a brief clip from 
the movie "Remember the Titans," Herman Boone spoke to 
students, faculty and members of the community on Thurs- 
day, February 3 in Shaw Auditorium. During his speech, Coach 
Boone challenged the audience to try to make a difference 
in the lives of young people. Best known for the historic 
1971 season at T.C Williams High School, Boone stated that 
the movie was not simply about football, but about incred- 
ible young men who formed a group called a team sustain- 
ing Itself on one heartbeat despite the racial tensions that 
surrounded them on a daily basis. 





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to a crowd on Wednesday, Febru- 
ary 9 on what must be done to en- 
sure a successful, mor? sustainable 
future for the continent. During his 
presentation. Dr. Mazrui spoke on 
the connections that provide the 
foundation for many beliefs in Af- 
rican culture. Connections that are 
based on an ecumenical spirit and 
links between God and what is be- 
lieved He created; the Irving and the 
dead; pain and forgrv/eness; parents 
and children; and men and women. 
He told listeners that his speech was 
not intended to be a call to action, 
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Troy McClain's dream was to meet his idol, Donald Trump. A 
dream that was realized through 'The Apprentice" reality show. 
The same determination he used to become a fan favorite on 
the show, McClain shared with the audience as he spoke on 
Thursday, Mareh 24 about his business venture (both suc- 
cesses and failures), the life lessons he learned along the way, 
and the advice he received from his mother. Advice he says 
helped keep him in check when he stumbled. He also spoke to 
the crowd about Mr. Trump and his fellow contestants, and 
how his mother provided him with direction and a sense of 
self-confidence when he lacked both. 




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Coach 

Kay 

Yow 





During her speech, Kay Yow never mentioned the name of the 
illness that has pleged her life since 1987. Instead, she chose to 
impart a little wisdom on the importance of perspective and 
good attitude when dealing with the ups and downs of life. The 
owner of the frfth best record in women's basketball history, 
Yow told those in attendance Monday, April 18 that either your 
circumstances will control your attitude, our your attitude will 
control your circumstances. She talked about some of the 
greatest accomplishments of her career and stressed that a posi- 
tive attitude is needed in order to grve yourself the best chance 
of overcoming everything from injury, to sickness to loss. 



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Above center: Tiffany Adams receives several awards during the Concert 
Choir's year-end banquet. 



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A 1994 honor graduate, Maj. Trudy 
Caldwell told students to plan for their 
funerals as they consider their legacies. 
Though the thought may appear to be a 
bit morbid, the intent was for students 
to plan their Irves in reverse in order to 
create a blueprint for the paths they will 
travel. As they traveled, the 1993 - 94 
SGA President urged them to be grateful 
for their blessings, avoid wasting time 
and practice self -discipline. A US Sen- 
ate legislatrve liaison for the Army, Maj. 
Caldwell spoke in the Jones Student Cen- 
ter during the "Remember, Celebrate, Act" 
celebration on Friday, January 14. She 
asked those in attendance to remember 
King's legacy each day and to read, con- 
tinue to learn, listen to others and give 
back to the community. At the conclu- 
sion of the celebration Maj. Caldwell and 
Richard Crosby, also an FSU graduate, 
received the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. 
honoree award. 



Right: Richard Crosbyreceives the Dr. Mar- 
tin Luther King, Jr. f lonoree Award. 



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Below: LaSherrie Draughon, Melissa Mayle 
and Kristen Mattison open the program with 
a performance of Lift Ev'ry Vo/ce. 




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Above Left: Student de- 
signed tee-shirts are dis- 
played as part of Student 
Activities Black History 
Month campaign. 

Right: Honorees Joyce 
Malone, Charles "Chuck" 
Fager and Judith Ramsey 
are presented Humanitar- 
ian Awards. 

Below: FSU students vol- 
unteer at Pauline Jones 
Elementary during the 
school's month long ob- 
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The month long celebration of black his- 
tory began on Tuesday, February 1, as 
Fayetteville State University honored 
three unsung heroes. Joyce Malone, 
Charles Fager and Judith Wilkins were 
applauded for their contributions during 
the civil rights era. Guest speaker, Will- 
iam Thorpe, told the audience that black 
history should be celebrated every month, 
not just in February. An alumnus of FSU, 
Thorpe encouraged the students to keep 
up their grades and to seek internships to 
prepare them for jobs after graduation. 
He indicated that much had changed 
since he was a students, but there was 
still much more work to be done. 



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As part of the Fine Arts Series, former child 
actor, Todd Bridges, shared hs story of hope 
with FSU and the surrounding community. 
Dn Friday, February 19 Bndges spent the day 
on campus with students enrolled in drama 
classes. Dn Saturday evening, he spoke 
about the pitfalls that entrap children in show 
business. And how believing in a higher 
power for the past 13 years has helped him 
turn his life around and become more re- 
sponsible. In closing. Bridges urged the 
younger member of h6 audience to set goals 
for themselves. 



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Dr. Renita Weems, a bibilical scholar and au- 
thor, on Tuesday, March 8, challenged mem- 
bers of her audience to question roles the Bible 
has gr>/en to women. She encouraged them 
to ask questions about how interpreters have 
used stories in the Bible to confine women to 
strict roles and to r«:laim stories of women 
who ar? not always submissrv/e. Weems is an 
ordained minister in the African Methodist 
Episcopal Church. She chose to teach in a di- 
vinity school rather than become a minister 
because she felt she could have more influ- 
ence in the classroom. 




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Junior 

Political Sc/ence 8t English 

Ahoskie, NC 



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Sheena Huntky 
Contestant #4 



The Miss Fayetteville State University 
Scholarship Pageant was held on Sat- 
urday, April 17 in Capel Arena. Six 
young ladies vied for the coveted title 
of Miss FSU 2004. During the com- 
petition, the audience was entertained 
by vocal performances and high en- 
ergy routines from the pageant danc- 
ers. Wearing the crown at the end of 
the night was all that Titichia Mitchell, 
a sophomore from Ahoskie, could 
Imagine. Honors also went to first 
runner-up Danielle Price, second run- 
ner-up Kewanda Lake and Miss Con- 
geniality Kimberly Wiggins. 



Kimtxrly Wiggins 
Contestant #5 



Kewanda Lake 
Contestant #6 



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Below: Phyllis Houston-Washington and Ricardo 
Morgan, Mistress and Master of Ceremonies. 




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Wiggins receives 
iss Congeniality 
award while 
Sheena Huntley 
and Kewanda 
Lake tie for Best 
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Right: Danielle Price congratuidtes 
Titichia Mitchelle after she is named 
Miss FSU 2004 - 2005. 




Right: Titichia poses with the newly 
elected class queens: Tanesha 
Hendley, Miss Senior; Chimer? Collins, 
Miss Sophomore; and Aisha 
Harrison, Miss Junior. 



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Karlec Walker 
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Branten Ctiureti 
Contestant #5 



Dn Monday, October 18 the eight annual Mr. FSU Competition was held in 
Capel Arena. Seven young men vied for the title of "official ambassador of 
Bronco Pride". The contestants were judged in five categories: interview, 
athletic wear, casual wear, self-expression, formal wear. Students were also 
given the opportunity to select their choice through student elections. Those 
votes were factored into each contestants final score. The theme for this 
year's competitions was, My Way: Confessions of a King. Choreographed 
by Tiffany Butler and Natasha King, the opening number consisted of the 
Mr. FSU contestants and competition dancers. By the end of the night, 
Daniel Dunston relinquished his crown to Branten Church a junior from 
Atlanta, GA. First runner-up honors were bestowed upon Kar'Lee Walker 
while second runner-up went to Jamaal Dunham. The Most Supportive 
award also went to Branten Church. Kenyatta Morrisey and Jeff Ander- 
son, both FSU graduates, served as Mistress and Master of Ceremonies. 



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Contestant #6 




Adrian Williams 
Contestant #7 



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Below: SGA President, Shan Willidms, brings 
greetings to an anxious crowd. 





Above: Jeff Anderson and Kenyatta Morrisey, 
both 1996 graduates, serve as Master and Mis- 
tress of Ceremony. 



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Right Center: . . . and then ther? were two. . . 

Below: Jamaal Dunham receives second runner 
up honors. 




Left: Mr. F5U, Branten 
Chureh, takes time to 
pose with his fellow 
contestants. 



Below Left: The new 
1r. FSU and class 
kings: Mr. Sophomore, 
Kenneth Negron; Mr. 
Senior, Randa 
Crowder: Mr. Junior, 
Ronald Hugine; and 
Mr. Freshman, Maurice 
Morgan. 





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Fayetteville, NC 



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CoRonHTion 




On Thursday, October 21. the Paparazzi 
showed up in Capel Arena as Titichia 
Mitchell, Miss Fayetteville State University 
and Branten Church, Mr. F5U, presented 
more than 65 campus queens and kings 
during the annual Homecoming Corona- 
tion. Twelve young men and young la- 
dies campaigned for the student vote with 
the hopes of being chosen by their peers 
to reign over the homecoming festivities. 
Seniors, Deidre Richburg and Barsheem 
Chapman were selected to do the honors. 
First runners-up wer? LaKiva Clark and Jer- 
emy Johnson and second runners-up were 
Thandi Irvin and Gavin Myrick. 




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Above Left: Miss Homecoming, 
Deidre Richburg and court, 
Thandi Irvin and LaKiva Clark. 

Right: Mr. FSU, Branten Church, 
and Miss FSU, Titichia Mitchell 
pose with Miss and Mr. Home- 
coming. 

Below Left: Mr. Homecoming, 
Barsheem Chapman and his 
court, Jeremy Johnson and 
Gavin Myrick. 






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Kelvin Robinson 



lyimd Johnson 



Jcnine Hdthawdy 
Clanton Johnson 



Chiquittd Pendergrass 
Tandon Mardis 



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Arivd Signal 



Jessica Jones 
Chris Holding 



Ndtdshd Dingle 
Brian Jackson 




Ldtonya Watson 
Christopher Norwood 



Talia Higgs 
Wendell Wise 



Shamikia Harrington 
Terrtnce Wilson 



Erica Faison 
Sterling Hawkins 



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Ldtoya Ray 
[Incntin Morgan 



Kori Stocks 
nienwond Williams 



Lakita Byrd 
Arnngton Lee 




Eboniguc McTlmnahan 
Nicholas Barrow 



Kashemi Henry 
Dame! Dunston 



Jessica Dennis 
Lamont Sparrow 



Ehsha Cliette 
Jarvora Duncan 



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Derrickd Johnson 
Curtis Monroe 



Shelia Graham 
Deron Donald 



Sabrina Monroe 




Dara Gnnton 
George Greenfield 



Docleia Johnson 
Bashshar Parker 



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Below: Members of the Student Activities Council pose with comedians Garry 
Dwens and Benjii Brown. 




Right: Broncos respond to jokes as they 
enjoy another successful activity during 
homecoming week. 



Left: Miss FSU, Titichia Mitchell poses with 
Ir. FSU, Branten Church and his father, co- 
median Bruce Bruce. 




Above: Brittany, Danielle and Chimere rub elbows with guest comedian 
Benjii and Garry. 



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Kristle Anderson 



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LeJacquelyn Artis 
Charlette Bailey 
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Amanda Baker 
Brandon Barnes 
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Latisha Battle 
Elvis Beacher, Jr. 
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Malik Boney 



Cyndle Bowman 

Felicia Boyd 

Chris Bratcher 

Cedrique Bridges 



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Ramelle Brooks 

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Xavier Butler 



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Tangelia Campbell 
Starnisha Carey 
Sharmell Carothers 



Ashley Carpenter 
Alisha Casey 
Erica Cephus 
Clarissa Ctiapman 



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Tamika Cherry 
Ayonna Childers 
David Clark 



Kimberly Clark 
Shaurica Clark 
Dominique Clarkson 
Brandon Clay 



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ShonTail Cobb 
Twanna Cobb 
Michael Cof eld 



Rafael Coleman 

Debbie Collazo 

Dmar Collazo 

Jimmy Collins 



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Chris Conover 

Melissa Cordevant 

Felecia Cox 




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Luis Cruz 

Tammy Cummings 



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Evett Curry 

Fredncka Dale 

Christina DaRosa 





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Toridn Deane 
Jerry Dcese 
Tyishd DeMar 



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Thomas Dew 
Taur^nce Dickens 
Felix Dickerson 



Andrew Dickinson 
Damien Dowdy 
Dartavian Downs 
Shannon Dr?w 



Chiquita Dukes 
Tiffany Eakins 
Jennifer Eckman 
Chris Edwards 



Andr? Eldridge 
Melton Ellerbee 
Lee Elliott 
Shelley Elliott 



Brandon Ellis 
Zebulon Bhieman 
Marquis Evans 
Natasha Evans 



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Shaquannah Fason 

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Angela Gilbert 
Shante Gill 
Lauren Gilliam 



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Janee" Glutz 
JaRon Goodson 
DeMario Gor? 



Lane Graham 
Tonsha Graham 
Natalia Grant 
Phillip Graves 



Priscilla Gray 
Kenard Green 
Lasonyia Green 
Sandrian Green 



Jessica Grwne 
Martin Greenfield 
Kevia Griffin 
Lakendra Griffis 



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Ndjja Hajj-Mdk 

Jesse Hall 

Narda Hall 



Shaquetta Hall 

Andrea Hamilton 

Shamaya Hand 

Gavin Hardison 



Mananella Hargis 

Lisa Hams 

Monyale Hams 

Gaunzie Hart 



Nasawn Harvey 

Celina Heard 

Dure-ll Heckstall 

Christina Hernandez 



Lianna Henry 

Aquila Hill 

Candice Hines 

Anwoune Hinton 



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Erica Holloway 

Daniel Honan 

Kenneth Hopson 




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Robert Ingrdm 



Brittdny Jdckson 
C'Errol Jdckson 
Durichee Jdckson 
Jessicd Jacobs 



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Ebony Jdmes 
Shetind James 
Angel Jdrmon 



Curtis Jenkins 
Kester Jenkins 
Kristdl Jenkins 
Leroy Jerry 



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Aldna Jones 



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Cherelle Jones 

Courtney Jones 

Felicia Jones 





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Robert Jones 

Sholanda Jones 

Tonya Jones 



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Tiffany Joyner 

Jennifer Kelly 

Lateia Kelly 



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Tara LaBorde 

Sherita Latimor? 

Patrice Latinzer 



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Crystal Lawing 

Phylicia Lawrence 

Tracy Lazaro 



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Constance Lee 

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Kherrington LeSane 
Marcus Lewis 



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Portia Lewis 
Joerail Little 
Carla London 



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Justin Lugo 
Haquira Lunsford 
John Lynch 



David Mack 
Jessica Mack 
Arthur Manning 
Candace Marable 



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Brian Marcus 
Brittanny Maron 
Brittany Marshall 



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Mayra Martinez 
Kristin Mattison 
Tiffany Mattocks 



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Vivian Maynor 

Gloria McBride 

Armon McCallum 



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Chris McCarty 

Yashica McClain 

Robert McClammy, II 



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Eboniquc McClinnahan 

Aaron McCray 

Rcnesha McDowell 




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Whitney McNeill 



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Israel Montece 
Jennifer Montgomery 



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Stefanie Montunnas 
Benjamin Moore 
John Moor? 



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Monique Moon? 
Tiffany Moody 
Chilisa Morgan 



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Shaun Murphy 
Angel Murray 



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Calvin Norman 

Shannon GIden 



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Sharlencia O'Neal 

Jamie O'Shannon 

Nicole Owens 



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James Parker, Jr. 

Dwayne Patrick 

Ashley Patterson 



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Saundra Payton 

Sharonda Pearson 

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Passion Phillips 
Alfred Piatt 
Nikia Poche' 



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Kathenne Pratt 
Rayance Price 
Crystal Pugh 



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Melanie Pyne 
Ashleigh Ramos 
Tara Ray 



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Mary Riggins 
Alejandro Rivera 
Vanna Roberts 



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Frankie Robinson 
Keisha Robinson 
Raquel Romero 



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Veanna Shaw 

Keyannah Shells 

Grace Shin 



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Kenneth Simmons, Jr. 

Lorna Simmons 

Shavon Simmons 



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Anita Singleton 

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Will Smith 

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Steven Thompson 



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Willie Thompson 
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Roy Truesdale 

Brittany Tucker 

Raymond Turner 



Cristal Valentine 

Garrett Vaught 

Inqrid Ventura 

Whalnisha Verbal 



William Waddell 

Christopher Walker 

Joel Walker 

Kenneth Walker 



Danielle Wallace 
Khaleel Ward 
Shantel Ward 
Chad Warner 



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Jennifer Warren 

Jessica Washington 

Shaquana Washington 



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Tracy Whittinqton 
Tiara Wildy 
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Brittany Williams 
Charles Williams 
Charlisa Williams 




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Jimmida Williams 
Johnathan Williams 
Keith Williams 



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Marquita Williams 
Phillip Williams 
Uuantisha Williams 



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Tiffiny Williams 
Troy Williams 
Ashley Willis 



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Danielle Wilson 
Tamara Wilson 
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Bronco Pride 
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Held annually and sponsored by the Di- 
vision of Student Affairs, the Bronco 
Pride Awards program took place 
Thursday, April 21 in Capel Arena. The 
awards program was designed to rec- 
ognize those students who work dili- 
gently to improve student life on the 
campus of F5U while maintaining aca- 
demic excellence. Keynote speaker for 
this year's ceremony was Dr. Katrina 
Mattison. Mattison, who is a 2000 
graduate of F5U is a doctor of dental 
surgery. During her message, she en- 
couraged them to believe in themselves 
and perservere, regardless of the ob- 
stacles, until they reach their goals. 
Awards were given from each depart- 
ment within the division with the most 
notable going the 2005 Order of the 
Bronco inductees. The Order of the 
Bronco is the highest award grven by 
the Division to outstanding seniors who 
have demonstrated exemplary involve- 
ment, leadership and achievement. This 
year's receipents were Tertia Allen, 
Byron Curry, Jessica Dennis, Darin Farr, 
Talia Higgs, Amber Howard, Jeremy 
Johnson, Sabrina Monroe, Alvis 
Moore, Gavin Myrick, Deidre Richburg, 
and Jontue Sumler. 





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lamation of community service award hon- 
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Left: SAC Distinguished Leadership Award is 
presented to Sabnna Monroe, Tertia Allen and 
Gavin Mynck. 



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Right: Honorees take time to pose while wait 
ing for the processional to begin. 




Right: Roger Belton receives award for serv- 
ing as captain of the 2005 FSU Honda Allstar 
Challenge team. 




Above: Dr. Marvin Curtis (center) serves as key- 
note speaker for the occasion. 




The chief resident at Duke University Medical Center urged students to 
live beyond their circumstances on Sunday, Apnl 10 during the annual 
Founders' Day celebration. Dr. Melvin Echols delivered his keynote ad- 
dress on Sunday, April 10 during which he told the audience that circum- 
stances and situations do not have to necessarily define who and per- 
son IS or Will become. A 1998 graduate of F5U, Echols reflected on the 
humble beginnings and the future of the university. Using his experi- 
ences and relaying words of wisdom, he stated that setting goals early, 
perserverance and faith are key elements to success. Following the cer- 
emony, there was a processional to place a floral bouquet at the monu- 
ment engraved with the founders' names. 





Right: PIdtform speakers include Dr. Marion 
Gillis-Ulion, Rev. Frederick Hendley, the Honor- 
able Marshal Pitt, Jr. and the Honorable John 
Henley 



Left: Chancellor Bryan, Titichia Mitchel and 
Branten Church place a wreath at the monu- 
ment of the seven founders. 




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and the late Addie Brown 
Melvin ar? pr^ented at the 
2005 Family of the Year. 



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The second annual 
Chancellor's Scholarship Gala 
was held Saturday, April 9 in 
Capel Arena. The USS 
Bronco sailed under Blue 
Skies as alumni, friends and 
other supporters danced the 
night away to the sounds of 
singing duo Ashford Et 
Simpson. The gala drew over 
800 guests eagered to assist 
in maintaining scholarships 
for deserving students as well 
as funding other pertinent 
university programs. 



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Hard work and perserverance paid off 
for valedictorian Sylvia Anderson and 
saluatorian Trtnessa Gambrill, along 
with 380 other students as FSU held 
its 15th Winter Commencement on 
Saturday, December 11. Keynote 
speaker was Michael Lomax, presi- 
dent of the United Negro College 
Fund. In his address to the gradu- 
ates, Lomax praised them for their 
persistence in oven:oming obstacles. 
He asked them to preach the gospel 
of education and hard work and to 
encourage others to attend college. 
Following his address, Mr. Lomax re- 
ceived the chancellor's medallion. 



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Kimberly Alexander 


Tawan Alexander 


Erica Allen 


Sylvia Anderson 


Psychology 


History 


Political Science 


Computer Science 


Fayetteville, NC 


Durham, NC 


Fayetteville, NC 


Fayetteville, NC 



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Denise Applewhite 

Business Administration 

Fayetteville, NC 



Ton Arnngton 
Chemistry 
Enfield, NC 



Keyon Ashe 

Business Administration 

Fayetteville, NC 



Deedra Atkinson 

Business Administration 

Fayetteville, NC 



Donald Avery 

Business Administration 

Fayetteville, NC 



Ariel Baldwin 

Psychology 

Fayetteville, NC 



Arnetta Barrett-Smith 
Criminal Justice 
Fayetteville, NC 



Candi Basnight 

Biology 
Fayetteville, NC 



Takeha Belfield 

Sociology 
Rocky Mount, NC 



Lacy Bell 

Political Science 

Faison, NC 



Antonio Bennett 

Speech and Theatre 

Fayetteville, NC 



Latrice Bennett 

Criminal Justice 

Lilesville, NC 



Sheila Ashley 

Sociology 
Fayetteville, NC 




Ebony Banks 

Accounting 

Fayetteville, NC 




Charessa Bell 

Psychology 

Fayetteville, NC 




Nathaniel Benton 

Criminal Justice 

Benson, NC 



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Andrea Bernard 


Melissa Bernard 


Sherry Bland 


Teneshia Blow 


History 


MIS 


Psychology 


Sociology 


Fayetteville, NC 


Fayetteville, NC 


Hope Mills, NC 


Kinston, NC 




Deirdre Bowens 

Criminal Justice 

Creswell, NC 



Kairashia Boyce 

Psychology 
Fayetteville, NC 



Monica Boykin 

Psychology 
Fayetteville, NC 



Keyonda Bratcher 

Criminal Justice 

Raeford, NC 




Raydeedra Brock 

Psychology 
Fayetteville, NC 



Brandon Brown 

Business Administration 

Fayetteville, NC 



Natasha Brown 

Speech and Theatre 

Fayetteville, NC 



Tarod Brown 

Marketing 
Fayetteville, NC 




Tiffany Brown 

Accounting 
Fayetteville, NC 



Gabriel Browning 

Banking and Finance 

Spring Lake, NC 



Raymond Broy 

History 
Fayetteville, NC 



Ann-Mane Brutus 

Computer Science 

Fayetteville, NC 



116 




Latoya Buie 

Accounting 

Fayetteville, NC 



Artist Burns 
Criminal Justice 
Greensboro, NC 



Kala Burst 
Criminal Justice 
Wilmington, NC 



Candace Butler 

English! 
Ctiarlotte, NC 




Kristle Byrd 

Economics and Finance 

Sanford, NC 



Qlympia Byrd 

Englisti Reading Literature 

Dunn, NC 



Clyde Carr 

Elementary Education 

Fayetteville, NC 



Arlita Carter 

Business Administration 

Fayetteville, NC 




Maria Casti 

Business Administration 

Mon/en, NC 



Jasmine Cephius 
Business Administration 

Fayetteville. NP 



Barshieem Chapman 

Computer Science 

Fayetteville, NC 



Latiskia Ctiapman 

Criminal Justice 

Charlotte, NC 




Ashley Cheek 


Yolanda Chisolm 


LaKiva Clark 


Arica Coley 


Biology 


Business Administration 


Business Administration 


Business Management 


Greensboro, NC 


Fayetteville, NC 


Fayetteville, NC 


Rocky Mount, NC 



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Tiffany Comer 

Speech and Theatre 

Fayetteville, NC 



Daphne Cousar 

Business Administration 

Hope Mills, NC 



Shaneatha Cousar 

Business Administration 

Fayetteville, NC 



Randall Crowder 

Business Management 

Marshville, NC 




Monique Crudup 
Criminal Justice 
Franklinton, NC 



Byron Curry 
Biology and Chemistry 

Temple Mills, MD 



Dallas Dafford, Jr. 

Business Administration 

Dunn, NC 



David Daniels 
Criminal Justice 
Four Oaks, NC 




Cynthia Davis 

Business Management 

Stedman, NC 



Kendra Davis 

Business Administration 

Fayetteville, NC 



Kimisha Davis 

Business Administration 

Fayetteville, NC 



Krishawn Davis-Darby 

Biology 

Dlivia, NC 




Armstead Deas 

Banking and Finance 

Fayetteville, NC 



Jessica Dennis 

Banking and Finance 

Fayetteville, NC 



Alice Diggs 
Computer Science 

Troy, NC 



John Diggs 

Business Administration 

Fayetteville, NC 



118 




Lashanda Dillahunt 
Psychology 
Kinston, NC 



Heather Dixon 

Criminal Justice 

Clinton, NC 



William Dkello 

Business Administration 

Fayetteville, NC 



Deron Donald 

Sociology 
Fayetteville, NC 




Henrietta Douglas 

Sociology 

Fayetteville, NC 



Gnika Douglas 

Middle Grades Education 

Fayetteville, NC 



Temauri Doyle 

Business Administration 

Durham, NC 



Sabina Droll 

Biology 

Fort Bragg, NC 




Tammy Duggins 

Business Administration 

Fayetteville, NC 



Daniel Dunston 
Communicaton 
Louisburg, NC 



Shamblica Elliott 
Criminal Justice 
Fayetteville, NC 



Hope Ellis 

Business Administration 

Garland, NC 




Tacita Ellis 
Management 
Salisbury, NC 



Denise Fairley 
Music Education 
Fayetteville, NC 



Darin Farr 

Criminal Justice 

Southern Pines, NC 



Leann Fludo 

Speech and Theatre 

Fayetteville, NC 



119 




Stacey Freeman 

Chemistry 
Fayetteville, NC 



Kerre Gadoury 

Psychology 
Fayetteville, NC 



Eleanor Gardner 

Elementary Education 

Fayetteville, NC 

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Tenika Garner 

Business Administration 

Gaston, NC 

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Rodney Garvin 

Speech and Theatre 

Fayetteville, NC 



Jaime Gathinq 

Biology 
Fayetteville, NC 



Latonya Gatlinq 

Computer Science 

Cove City, NC 



Ellen Gibson 

Sociology 

Fayetteville. NC 



David Gilchrist 

Elementary Education 

Fayetteville, NC 



Monica Godwin 

Business Management 

Charlotte, NC 



Charlon Gibbs 

History 
Bayboro, NC 




Johnetta Golden 

Psychology 
Fayetteville, NC 




Joyce Gonzales 


Denise Gonzalez 


Aqueba Gorham 


Tiffany Gorseth 


Business Administration 


Biology 


History 


Chemistry 


Fayetteville, NC 


Fayetteville, NC 


Wilson, NC 


Spring Lake, NC 



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Brand I Graham 

English Language 

Kinston, NC 



Jessica Graham 

History 
Fayetteville, NC 



Natascha Grant 
Criminal Justice 
Fayetteville, NC 



Tina Gray 

Elementary Education 

Fayetteville, NC 




Kartn Gr?en 

Business Administration 

Spring Lake, NC 



Richard Hall 

Social Work 

Fayetteville, NC 



George Greenfield 

Computer Science 

Fayetteville, NC 



Demetria Grissett 

Business Administration 

Lumberton, NC 



Wildelee Guzman 

Visual Arts 
Fayetteville, NC 




Jermecka Hamilton 

Psychology 

Fayetteville, NC 



Kendrick Hamilton 

Business Administration 

Greensboro, NC 



Shatasha Hamilton 

Biology 

Fayetteville, NC 




Roxanne Hankerson 


Lavonne Hanson 


Shirley Hardin 


Namika Harley 


Sociology 


Criminal Justice 


History 


Criminal Justice 


Hope Mills, NC 


Scotland Neck, NC 


Fayetteville, NC 


Red Springs, NC 



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Michael Harrington 

Business Administration 

Raeford, NC 



Patricia Harrington 
Social Work 
Sanford, NC 



Shamikia Harrington 

Accounting 

Rockingham, NC 



Charles Harris 

Business Management 

Fayetteville, NC 




Dana Harris 
Mathematics 
Raeford, NC 



Lee Harris 

Business Administration 

f dvelleville, NC 



Latoya Harrison 

Sociology 
Spring Lake, NC 



Tanesha Hendley 



English 
Fayetteville, NC 



Talia Higgs 



English Literature 
Fayetteville, NC 



Angela Hill 

Business Administration 

Fayetteville, NC 



Starcia Hines 

Biology 
Goldsboro, NC 



Connee Hobbs 

Business Administration 

Spring Lake, NC 



Ebony Houston 

Sociology 
Fayetteville, NC 



Sherlene Henderson 
Political Science 
Fayetteville, NC 




Sandel Hilliard 

History 
Fayetteville, NC 




Candice Hudson 

Finance and Banking 

Fayetteville, NC 



122 




Akeya Huggins 

Sociology 
Wilmington, NC 



Robert Hunt 

Sociology 

Fayetteville, NC 



Jams Hunter 

MIS 

Fayetteville, NC 



Kieya Hyman 

Criminal Justice 

Tarboro, NC 




Shondra Ingram-Beal 

English Education 

Boston, MA 



Thandiwe Ifvin 

Psychology 
Hope Mills, NC 



Stephany Jackson 

Business Administration 

Hope Mills, NC 



Toi Jackson 

English Language/Literature 

Woodbridge, VA 




Anecia Jacobs 

Business Administration 

Wilmington, NC 



Dorothy Jeffries 

Social Work 
Fayetteville, NC 



Antonio Johns 
Criminal Justice 
Fayetteville, NC 



Darns Johnson 

Computer Science 

Fayetteville, NC 




Derricka Johnson 


Jeremy Johnson 


Michelle Johnson 


Nichlous Johnson 


History 


Banking and Finance 


Business Administration 


History 


Clinton, NC 


Richmond, VA 


Fayetteville, NC 


Darlington, SC 



123 




Norquittd Johnson 

Biology 

Fayetteville, NC 



Shaquetta Johnson 

Biology 

Greensboro, NC 



Wakeena Johnson 

Banking and Finance 

High Point, NC 



Jessica Jones 
Criminal Justice 
Fayetteville, NC 



Nkechi Kamalu 

Social Work 
rciyrtteville, NC 



Kcnsey Jones 
Criminal Justice 
Fayetteville, NC 



Laschanda Jordan 

Business Management 

Hope Mills, NC 



Angela Jones 

English 
Buies Creek, NC 




Quyyima Jordan 

English and Literature 

Fayetteville, NC 




Shawn Kellum 
Criminal Justice 
Fayetteville, NC 



Ernestine King 

Business Management 

Fayetteville, NC 



Shelby Larkins 

Finance 
Fayetteville, NC 




Bernnattie Lathen 


Altamise Leach 


Brittny Leach 


Cynthia Leach 


Business Administration 


History 


Biology 


Accounting 


Fayetteville, NC 


Fayetteville, NC 


Wilson, NC 


Bladenboro, NC 



124 




Jandrea Ledbetter 

Banking and Finance 

Fayetteville. NC 



Kendell Lennon 
Criminal Justice 
Fayetteville, NC 



Raul Lewis 

Sociology 

Fayetteville, NC 



Bruce Livingston 
Criminal Justice 
Spring Lake, NC 



Angela Lee 

Psychology 

Fayetteville, NC 



Veronica Lee 

Business Management 

Fayetteville. NC 



Kishd Lendore 

Psychology 

Dunn, NC 




Shaquan Lesane 

Criminal Justice 

Bronx, NY 



Nicole Lewis 
Visual Arts 

VVinterx'ille. NC 



Ranessa Lewis 
Criminal Justice 

lumberton, NC 




Christel Lilly 

Biology 

Fayetteville, NC 



Sallyta Lindsay 
Criminal Justice 
High Point, NC 



Nathaniel Lipscomb 
Criminal Justice 
Fayetteville, NC 




Richard Lord 

Biology and Chemistry 

Fayetteville, NC 



Toussaint Lynn 

Banking and Finance 

Fayetteville, NC 



Clancia Mack 

Psychology 

Fayetteville, NC 



125 




Sondra Mackie 

Business Administration 

Launnburg, NC 



Trenda Marshiall 

Birtti - K Education 

Fayetteville, NC 



Aqyapon Martin 
Criminal Justice 
Wastiington, DC 



Edward Martin 

Mattiematics 

Fayetteville, NC 




Pamela Matee 


Melissa Mayle 


Dana Maynor 


Randy Mayo 


Biology 


Music 


Criminal Justice 


Computer Science 


Raleighi, NC 


Fayetteville, NC 


St. Pauls, NC 


Hope Mills, NC 




Rickita Mays 
Criminal Justice 
Fayetteville, NC 



Tremain McAdro 

Business Administration 

Fayetteville, NC 



Clemmie McCormick 

Business Administration 

Linden, NC 



Astiley McDaniel 

Biology 
Fayetteville, NC 




Meion McDonald 
Criminal Justice 
Fayetteville, NC 



Amexem McDonald-Bey 

Psyctiology 

Fayetteville, NC 



Thakida McDouqIad 

Sociology 

Lillington, NC 



Brian McFarland 

Business Administration 

Clayton, NC 



126 




Mekeisha McKoy 
Criminal Justice 
Fayetteville, NC 



Anita McLaughlin 

History 

Stedman, NC 



Cigi McLean 

Business Administration 

Fayetteville, NC 



Kimberly McLean 

Socinlnr]\ 
I jM'ttiMllc. \r 




Lauraysha McMillan 

Biology 

Wallace, NC 



Sonja McNeil 

History 

Dunn, NC 



Kalindra McRae 

Computer Science 

Lilesville, NC 



April Melvin 

Business Administration 

Hope Mills, NC 



Nicholas Michael 
English Literature 
Fayetteville, NC 



Lydia Milburn 

Visual Arts 

Charlotte, NC 



Curtis Monroe 

Computer Science 

Cameron, NC 



Sabrina Monroe 
Criminal Justice 
Fayetteville, NC 



Alvis Moore 

Psychology 

Greensboro, NC 



Deirdre Meadows 

Banking and Finance 

Fayetteville, NC 




Don-Carlos Milindez 

Banking and Finance 

Greensboro, NC 




Jonathan Moore 

Computer Science 

Fayetteville, NC 



127 




Lashanda Moore 

Bioloqy 

rharlottc, NP 



Reynelda Moor? 

Criminal Justice 

Roanoke Rapids, NC 



Roblyn Moor? 

rriminal Justice 

Roanoke Rapids, NC 



Tanasha Moore 
Health Education 
Fayetteville, NC 




Breann Morgan 

Sociology 
Spring Lake. NC 



Natasha Morings 

Sociology 
Fayetteville, NC 



Nailah Morrison 

Sociology 
Fayetteville, NC 



Tyrone Morrow 
Criminal Justice 
Fayetteville, NC 




Brynn Mosley 

Speech and Theatre 

Fayetteville, NC 



Louisa Murphy 

Psychology 
Salemburg, NC 



Renee Murphy 

Criminal Justice 

Rose Hill, NC 



Retha Murphy 

Sociology 
Fayetteville, NC 




Andrea Neal 


Deidre Neely 


Michael Nixon, Jr. 


Terry Nixon 


Sociology 


Sociology 


Criminal Justice 


MIS 


Fayetteville, NC 


Fayetteville, NC 


Fayetteville, NC 


Hope Mills, NC 



128 




Enka Noble 

Psychology 

Spring Lake, NC 



DIukunle Djo 

Computer Science 

Fayetteville, NC 



lisha Pearson 

Psychology 

Hope Mills, NC 



Elizabeth Peterson 
Criminal Justice 
Fayetteville, NC 



Rehema Noel 

Sociology 
Fayetteville, NC 



Man/ Norris 

Psychology 

Fayetteville, NC 



Tara Osborne 

English 

Elizabethtown, NC 



Tomme Owens 
Criminal Justice 

Rnsrliiiro. NC 



Adra Pedro 

Business Administration 

Jacksonville, NC 



Sakr/na Peets 

Criminal Justice 

Charlotte, NC 



Andrew Petroulo 

Business Administration 

Fayetteville, NC 



Pamela Phillips 

Psychology 
Fayetteville, NC 



Karen Oates 

Nursing 
Fayetteville, NC 




Latoya Parker 
Sociology 

FavrttiMllc. \r- 




Latifia Perry 

Sociology 

Hamilton, NC 




Tern Poole 

Social Work 

Fayetteville, NC 



129 




Tiffany Pope 

Banking and Finance 

Fayetteville, NC 



Christine Porchia 
Business Administration 

Fayetteville. NC 



Latoya Prescod 

Sociology 
Richlands, NC 



Danielle Price 

English 

Hillsborough, NC 




Isaac Racour 

Physical Education 

Fayetteville, NC 



Nichole Ray-Price 

Elementary Education 

Fayetteville, NC 



Shelton Richardson 
Computer Science 

Fnfield, NC 



Deidre Richburg 

Psychology 
Summerton, SC 




Jessica Rivera 

Sociology 
Fayetteville, NC 



Kassandra Rivera 

Biology 
Fayetteville, NC 



Nicole Rivers 

Secondary Education 

Fayetteville, NC 



Lissy Roberson 

Vocational Business 

St. Pauls, NC 




Tanisha Robertson 

Spanish 

Fayetteville, NC 



Felicia Robinson 

Computer Science 

Fayetteville, NC 



Ebony Rogers 

Business Administration 

Clinton, NC 



Tiffany Rogers 

Business Administration 

South Hill, VA 



130 




Carlos Rojas 


Tanya Roper 


Carrie Rose 


David Rosero 


Visual Arts 


Sociology 


Psychology 


Management 


Miami, FL 


Fayetteville, NC 


Fayetteville, NC 


Fayetteville, NC 




Leonard Royal 


Sonya Sampson 


John Scaif 


Michael Scarbough 


Sociology 


History 


Education 


Political Science 


Clinton, NC 


Hope Mills, NC 


Fayetteville, NC 


Rose Hill, NC 




Angala Scott 
Criminal Justice 
Fayetteville. NC 



Sanjanette Scott 

Business Administration 

Fayetteville, NC 



Crystal Scruggs 

History 
Fayetteville, NC 



Jada Shanks 

Visual Arts 

Goldsboro, NC 




Anthony Simmons 


Yolanda Slade 


Shanegua Small 


Deshawna Smith 






Business Administration 


Business Administration 


Criminal Justice 


Criminal Justice 






Hope Mills, NC 


Leiand, NC 


Fayetteville, NC 


Fayetteville, NC 


131 


1 




Genee Smith 

Biology 
Raleigh, NC 



Gregory Smith 
Criminal Justice 
FayetlEville, NC 



Joey Smith 

English Language/Literature 

Fayetteville, NC 



Leslie Smith 

Marketing 

Fayetteville, NC 




Tomica Sobers 

Sociology 
Fayetteville, NC 



Gary Spann 

Business Administration 

Raeford, NC 



Sophia Spencer 

Business Administration 

Fayetteville, NC 



Dea Spicer 

Computer Science 

Fayetteville, NC 




Dorian Stamp 

Business Administration 

Fayetteville, NC 



Sean Stanley 
Criminal Justice 
Fayetteville, NC 



Stacy Stanton 

Speech and Theatre 

Conetoe, NC 



Santianna Stewart 

Business Administration 

Fayetteville, NC 




Jontue Sumler 

Accounting 

Rocky Mount, NC 



Tyrone Taylor 

Computer Science 

Hope Mills, NC 



Akio Thomas 

Sociology 

Garland, NC 



Carnell Thornton 
Criminal Justice 
Fayetteville, NC 



132 




Sylvia Tigs 

Sociology 

Fayetteville, NC 



Shduntell Tillman 

Mathematics 

Fayetteville, NC 



Monique Timmons 

Sociology 
Lumber Bridge, NC 



Tameeka Underwood 

History 

Clinton, NC 




Stacie Vanderbilt 


Brittney Vick 


Ingrid Waden-Wynn 


Tyesha Walker 


Business Administration 


Biology 


Psychiology 


Communication 


Fayetteville, NC 


Wilson, NC 


Raeford, NC 


Raleigh, NC 




Kisha Walters 

Sociology 
Fayetteville. NC 



Melvin Ward, Jr. 

Criminal Justice 

LaGrange, NC 



Antonio Washington 

Sociology 

Burlington, NC 



Kamal Watkins 

English 
Norwood, NC 




Roxanne Wells 

Education and History 

Fayetteville, NC 



Tinisha Wells 

Accounting 

Fayetteville, NC 



Tisha Whatley 
Criminal Justice 
Fayetteville, NC 



Aleshia Whitney 

History 
Jacksonville, NC 



133 




Kimberly Wiggins 

Chemistry 
Fayetteville, NC 



Angcld Williams 

Biology 
Hope Mills, NC 



Ebony Williams 

Geography 

Richlands, NC 



Latasha Williams 
Sociology 
Dunn, NC 




Lawon Williams 

Computer Science 

Fayetteville, NC 



Molly Williams 

Social Work 

Fayetteville, NC 



Talia Williams 

Sociology 

Rocky Mount, NC 



Irene Willis 

Political Science 

Clinton, MD 




Danaya Wilson 
Criminal Justice 
Fayetteville, NC 



Sadie Wilson 

Criminal Justice 

Charlotte, NC 



Wendell Wise 

English Secondary Education 

Havelock, NC 



Jamiette Wood 

English Education 

Fayetteville, NC 




Qctdvia Wright 

Banking and Finance 

Fayetteville, NC 



Monica Yates 

Banking and Finance 

Kinston, NC 



Terry York 

MIS 

Fayetteville, NC 



Bryant Youngblood 

Psychology and Sociology 

Hope Mills, NC 



134 



SPRinB 



CommEncEmEnT 





You can hope, wish and pray, but success re- 
quires hard work. 448 graduates learned this 
lesson from ABC News anchor, Robin Rob- 
erts, of Saturday, May 7. During her keynote 
address, the graduates and thousands of oth- 
ers inside Jeralds Stadium, were told that you 
have to be willing to make the necessary sac- 
rifices and never lose sight of the big picture. 
Roberts str^sed the importance of knowing 
your strengths and weaknessess and never 
being afraid to say no. She commended the 
new alumni for putting themselves in a posi- 
tbn to be happy and urged them to apply their 
successful formulas to the challenges that lie 
ahead. In addition to the chancellor's medal- 
lion, top honors were bestowed upon Deidre 
Richburg as valedictorian; Tessa Buchanan, 
saluatorian; and Dr. Druann Heckert, the 
2005-06 FSU Teacher of the Year. 



Left: Robin Roberts, anchor woman for ABC News 
Good Morning America. 



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Greek 



Life 



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The Pan-Hellenic Council is 
composed of undergradu- 
ate representatives from 
each recognized fraternity 
and sorority on the campus 
of FSU. The organization 
strives to develop a spirit of 
cooperation among the 
various fraternities and so- 
rorities and create a harmo- 
nious relationship among its 
members. 



138 




Left: James Green, President; 
Natdsha Williams, Vice 
President; Kala Burst 
Parlimentarian; Danielle 
Price, Secretary; Rehema 
Noel, Historian; Jontue 
Sumler, Tr^asurtr; Antwand 
Bell, Executive Board mem- 
ber; Jason Davis, Executive 
Board member, Landon 
Hadley - Advisor 





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HLPHHKHPPRHLPHRBORaRIT!! 



Founded in 1908 at Howard 
University, Alpha Kappa Al- 
pha was America's first col- 
legiate sorority for Negro 
women. Since its humble 
beginning, the sorority has 
grown into an international 
organization with chapters 
all over the world. 




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Left: Lydia Milburn, President: 
Titichia Mitchell, Vice President; 
Kori Stocks, Secretary: Sanjanette 
Scott, Treasurer: Marshonda 
Rhodie - Advisor 



141 



Greek 



Right: Jason Davis, President 
Everette McKoy, Vice President 
Adrian Williams, Secretary 
Michael Sampson, Treasurer 
James Raynor - Advisor 




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Driginally chartered and in- 
corporated under the laws 
of the State of Indiana, 
Kappa Alpha Nu became 
Kappa Alpha Psi in May, 
1911 and adopted a motto 
that encourages honorable 
achievement in every field 
of human endeavor. 



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OmEGR Psi Phi FRRTERniry 



The oldest fraternity on 
campus, the Delta Gamma 
Chapter of Omega Psi Phi 
Fraternity has always fos- 
tered and perpetuated 
competitive zeal as a 
means of motivating stu- 
dents to aspre to be pro- 
totype college students. 




Above: Cory Hanston, President; 
Tavarus Moore, Vice President; 
Barry McCauley, Secr^tarv; DeWitt 
Parker, Treasurer; Darryl Williams 
- Advisor 



143 



Greek 



Life 



Left: Jenine Hathaway, President; 
Kashemi Henry, Vice President; 
Nyesha Ford, Secretary; Lori 
Parker, Treasurer; Cheryl Alexander 
- Advisor 




Delta Sigma Theta is a public 
service organization made 
up of college women of like 
potentialities. Founded at 
Howard University in 1913, 
the organization gr^w from 
22 sorors to having mem- 
bers all over the United States 
and abroad. 



Delth Sigihh Thetr SoRORiry 



144 






ZethPhiBetrBordrit!! 



Zeta Phi Beta has as its aims, 
service, scholarship and sis- 
terhood. The organization 
has become international in 
its scope, membership and 
program. Members are 
women of many creeds who 
art never considered strang- 
ers in a strange lands. 




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Left: DeJuana O'Neal, President; 
Crystal Blue, Vice President; 
KaiRashia Boyce, Secretary; 
Jontue Sumler, Treasurer; Linda 
Wilson-Jones - Advisor 



145 



Rlphh Psi DmEBH 




liridm Ceddno, Cassandra Kasper, Stacy Staton, Phoebe Hall - Advisor 



Betr Khpph Chi 




Laurie Brock, Angela Gilbert, Vertonica Powell, Tiffany Gorseth, Starcia Hines, Dr. James 
Raynor, Jr. - Advisor 



146 



Phi Eth Smmn 





Freshman Honor Society whose purpose is to encourage and reward academic excellence 
among first-year students in institutions of higher learning, Eloise Wingfield - Advisor 



Pbi Chi 




Tyshera McCrimmon, Jana Wilson, Judith Qxendine, Kandra Ferguson, Irina Zuriga, Felicia 
Wright, Anna Hilpert, Charity Potts, Christopher Norwood, Glenda Millig, Latonya Watson, 
Steven Dammer, Lindsay King, Lisa Harris, Tamela Johnson, Dr. Thomas Van Cantfort - 
Advisor 



147 




Hrt Guild 



Raeshouna Henley, Jasmine Sutton, AndCdonia Zanikos, Angela Newsome, Carlos Rojas, 
Luis Gonzalez, Erica Faison, Sham Lewis, Mitchel Stewart, Joseph Bates, Manuela Smith, 
Angela Frederick, Soni Martin/Jonathan Chestnut - Advisors 



Bid Phi Chedi 




Organization of the Year: Mycsha Williams, Byron Curry, Slarcia Mines, Gemnetta McDonald, 
Brandon McMillan, Kelva Autry, Priscilla Gray, Lliana Hylton, Marianella Hargis, Chimere 
Collins, Michael Griffin, Crystal Cooper, Dr. James Raynor - Advisor of the Year 



148 




Christial Campbell, Shenta Latimore, Martray Proctor, William Smith, Adrienne Murphy, Keith 
Coleman - Advisor 



EcDnomics & FmnncE 




Lor^na Wiggins, Wakeena Johnson, Mechele Rozier Valerie Summers, Monica Yates, Tho- 
mas Williams, J'Andria Ledbetter, Shelby Larkins, Jeremy Johnson, Tiffany Pope, Deidra 
Meadows, Don Carlos Milendez, Thea McMillan, Tertia Allen, Dr. Patrick Larkin - Advisor 



149 



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Information Systems Society: Anthony Cheveland, Altina Taylor, Monique Saunders, An- 
thony Williams, Myron Wong, Alireza Lari - Advisor 



mBUJSH 




Master of Social Work Student Association: Mollie Williams, Dorothy Jeffries, Donna Miller, 
Mar'Yoka Monroe, Richard Hall, Nkechi Kamalu, Tern Poole, Denise Brown, Glenda Heyward- 
Milliqan, Clyde Foster, Wesley Mauney, Eboni Miller, Dr. Chukwuyem Gdiah/Dr. Ronnie Martin 
- Advisors 



150 




National Association of Black Social Workers: Clyde Foster, Denise Brown. Dr. Annie Chavis 
- Advisor 



POUTICHL SCIEHCE 




Erica Mills, Reginald Elliott, Bernette Pitts, Benjamin Moor?, Clyde Wilson, Ricka McCoy, 
Glenwood Williams, Chnstial Campbell, Jakinna Cunningham, Irtne Willis, Sherlene Henderson, 
Jesse Baker, Dr. Ngozi Kamalu - Advisor 



151 



PeycHOLOGy 




Deresia Croft, Deidre Richburq, Fola Kayode, Candance Merntt, Dr. Chris Ike - Advisor 



SOCIHL UJdrk 




Brian Jackson, Tartva Howard, Brian Jackson, Dr. Annie Chavis/Dclma Jackson - Advi- 
sors, 



152 



HUTOB 




AUTDS Commuter Student Orga- 
nization: Laurie Brock, Tiffany 
Gorseth, Tasha Herron, Vertonica 
Powell, Sherlene Henderson, 
Zebulon Bhieman, Natalie Baker, 
Christial Campbell, Monica Elston, 
Fola Kayode, Edwin Ware, Pamela 
Smith - Advisor 



153 



mflRCHinG Bhrd 




154 



Blhck miLLEnnium moDEunG 





Brandy Porter, Tameka Rush, Tasia Thorne, Tremayne McBryde, Natasha Dingle, Kim 
Gr^enidge, Johnelle Moor?, Krystal Phillips, Laneshia Lamb, Kashemi Henry, Aisha Smith, 
Waneshia Gomes, Victoria Hawkins, Daniel Dunston, Tanisha Williams, Shareika Ladson, 
Renessa McLean, Sharon Evans - Advisor 



Borne bquhd 




Broncos on a Mission for Broncos: Charlene Wheeler, D'Shona Kinsey, Waneshia Gomes, 
LaKisha Outlaw, Jonae Hanna, Pecolia Pettway, Ebony Hinnant, Carlitta Moore, Jessica 
Dennis, Lena Clayton - Advisor 



155 



HOHDH Cnmpus Hll Sthr 





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Bowie State Univ. 
/fay. State 



Gut of 54 historically black colleges 
and universities across the United 
States, the 2005 Fayetteville State 
Honda All Star Challenge team fin- 
ished 3rd during the national compe- 
tition held in Orlando, Floriday March 
3 1 - April 4. Through their efforts, the 
team added $15,000 to the university's 
scholarship fund. Since it began par- 
ticipating in 1986, FSU Honda teams 
have won in excess of $78,000 in 
scholarship monies. This year's team 
consisted of Talia Higgs, Darin Parr, 
Jerry Wilson, Roger Belton - Captain, 
Victor Barrett, and coaches Marcus 
McRae and Gene Carroway. 

156 






HonORB PRDGRHfTl RDUIBDRy CDUHCIL 




Priscilla Gray, Alicia Parker, Kelva Autry, Dr. Carol Arnold - Advisor 



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International Students Association: Natasha Williams, Rehema Noel, Grace Shin, LaTia Pierce, 
Bridgett Montgomery, Deidra Gilliard, Wildelee Guzman, Jovelyn Irizari, Latonya Catling, 
Bsence McMillian, Endia Hadley, Paul Funderburk, Daniel Dunston, Tasia Thorne, Dwayne 
Patrick, Dr. Joan Cezair - Advisor 



157 



RHHCP 




Victor Witherspoon, Joseph Bates, Glenwood Williams, Chris Bratcher, Akeshia Hudson, 
Sherlene Henderson, Christial Campbell, Curtis Monroe, David Daniels, Travis Cherry, Tif- 
fany Moody, Derricka Johnson, Deidre Richburg, Stanley Johnson - Advisor 



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National Council of Negro Women: VciIuimlj I'uwcII, Fola Kayode, Ashley Patterson, 
Whalnisha Verbal, Asteria Roseboro, Sabrina Monroe, LaShonda Dillahunt, Debra Hunter, 
Latisha Battle, Ashley Bizzell, Tiffany Adams, Yolanda Slade, Dr. Blanche Radford-Curry - 
Advisor 



158 



UUOP 




United Voices of Praise Gospel Choir: Deidre Neely, Dominique Underhill, LdKeishd Barton, 
Whalnisha Verbal, Aqueba Gorham, Toviea Grier, Fatima Johnson, Kim Richardson, Dara 
Grinton, Tamika Cherry, George Greenfield, Dr. Brooksie Harrington - Advisor 



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Xclusive Gentlemen Society: Jessie Ha, James Parker, James Hayes, Reginald Phelps, Judson 
Fraley, Jason Timpson, JaQuinn Bell, Quentin Sidney, Rob McClammy, Greg Williams, Phillip 
Williams, Willie Lockett - Advisor 



159 



Left : VISION Student Leadershiip Program: 
Monique Saunders, Adam Boone, Sherry 
Boone, Uuantisha Williams, Gavin My rick, 
Chimere Collins, Ashley Bizzell, Branten 
Church, James Parker, Leonard Jones, 
Alvis Moore, Jessica Dennis, Tamara Tay- 
lor - Leadership Coordinator 




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Right: Crystal Huffman, Jes- 
sica Barnes, Victoria 
Hawkins, Tacarra Jones, 
Sha'Quana Veney, Edmond.i 
Richards, Amanda Flear, Mia 
Eubanks, Shinicka Spears, 
Antrice Phillips, Cassandra 
Peterson, Tammy 

McFddden, Shentina James, 
Jennifer Eckman, Elorine Hill 
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Western Division 
Champions 



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FSU vs. Carson 
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Right: Phillippe Harris, Justin 
Hams, Tyreece Brown, Hazdel 
Andrew, Mark Jones, Brad 
Deshazor, Eric Hall, DeMan:us 
Bowden, Darryl Barnett, 
Donell Williams, Elliott Lee, 
David Pienx, Michael Thomp- 
son, Karon Washington, 
Daryl Ruffus, Christopher 
Myatt, Cedric Gulley, Sam 
Hanger - Coach 



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Center Left: Miss FSU, Titichid Mitchell, 
receives 1st Runner-Up honors during 
the Miss CIM rompetition. 





Left: Ashley White, Monica Mason, Pas- 
sion Phillips Dominique Williams, Tiffany 
Mitchell, Angela Ftrry, Kelly Reid, Kalecia 
Dowell, Tiara Wildy, Deanna Wooten, 
Tokisha Burton, Nicole Patterson, Cnstal 
Valentine, Eric Tucker - Coach 



171 



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H flDTE OF THRRKB 

I would like to thank all whio tiave given support to the 
2005 Fsyettevillidn. 

To the five young ladies whose dedication and 
invaluable contributions made laying out this year's book a 
nonconsuming event, I say a heartfelt, "thank you." You were 
always ready to work and do all that was asked. Even when 
schedules did not afford us the opportunities to meet as much 
as we would have liked, you were unrelentless in your 
dedication to the task your were assigned. Each of you were 
a tremendous asset to the completion of this edition. 

Visit the Fayetteville State University Broncos on the 
web at www.uncfsu.edu. Online, you will find that the Bronco's 
life IS like none other. Over the course of one's academic career, 
our students are exposed to an environment conducive to 
fostering the enhancement of their personal, social and 
emotional development. It is also through this environment 
that our students are given countless opportunities to be 
enlightened and made fit for success. 

- - The Advisor 

Beherrl InFORmHTmn 

The Fayettevillidn Yearbook is published annually. This 
year's book consisted of 176 pages. The office is located in the 
Jones Student Center, 1200 Murchison Road, Fayetteville, NC 
28301, 910.672.1406. 

Volume 48 was printed by the Herf^f Jones Company, 
Charlotte, NC 28201, 704.847.9801. Gur field represenative was 
Shannon Spaulding. Delores Sistare served as our Plant 
Customer Service Representative. 

DEsmn & LflyauT 

All layouts were designed by The Fayettevilhan staff 
and produced on an HPCompag using Adobe Pagemaker 6.0. 
Layouts, including all copy, were submitted on disk to the 
publisher. 

Fonts used include Odyssey, Nebula, and Old Country. 
Color photos were submitted to Herff Jones, laser scanned and 
enlarged/reduced to specifications. 

Photographs were taken by Dennis McNair, Fulani 
Jones, Saundra Payton and Foust Photography, except for the 
senior portraits which were taken by Thornton Studios of New 
York. 



Fayetteville State University is a Constituent Institution 
of the University of North Cdrolina 



FHyETTEUILLIHn 

Sthff 



Hduibor 

Constance Crawford 



Photoqrhpher 

Dennis McNair 



Studeht Sthff 

Fulani Jones 
Saundra Payton 

Anva Signal 
Charlene Wheeler 
Tanisha Williams 



Specihl Thhrkb 

Mrs. Qlivia Chavis 

Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs 

H. Juanette Council 

Assistant Vice Chancellor 
for Student Affairs 

Student Center/Student Activities 
Staff 

Gilbert Foust 

Foust Photography 

Thornton Studios 



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