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GRADUATION • 6 



UNDERGRADUATES • 22 



AWARDS 



FACULTY & STAFF 



ORGANIZATIONS 



GREEK LIFE 



HONOR SOCIETIES 



SPORTS • 86 



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STUDENT LIFE • 103 



RESIDENCE LIFE • 126 



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Cumberland University was founded in 

1842 and is a private independent, 
coeducational, contemporary liberal arts 
institution with five academic schools and 
three graduate degree programs. 




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The Algernon Sydney Sullivan Awards were established by the New York 

Southern Society in 1925, in memory of Mr. Sullivan, a southerner who became 

a prominent lawyer, businessman, and philanthropist in New York in the late 

nineteenth century. The Society and carefully selected colleges and 

universities jointly arrange for the issue of Medallions which are to be perpetual 

reminders of Algernon Sydney Sullivan, the memory of whose life has been 

handed down with loving and grateful admiration as one that was a continuous 

expression of those high qualities which ennoble and beautify living and bind 

man to man in mutual love and helpfulness. Such lives must ever be 
encouraging and inspiring; they justify our highest ideals and hopes. These 
prestigious awards for excellence of character and service to humanity were 
presented by Cumberland University at the 2010 Commencement Exercises. 





Dr. Harvill Eaton presents students: Keeley 

Locke (Left) and Anthony Allen (Right) with the 

Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award 





Sid and Georgia Durham are presented with the 
Algernon Syndey Sullivan Award for contributing 
to Cumberland University for over 20 years. 




Karen Admunson (left) was presented with the 

President's Award. 
It is presented annually to the graduate who, in 
the opinion of the President, most embodies the 

ideals, principles, and spirit of the University. 

The candidates for this award are judged on the 

basis of their scholastic attainment, personal 

bearing and integrity, leadership development, 

moral and ethical conduct, and loyalty to the 

University. 



Sabrina Garrett (right) recieved the 

Cumberland University Service 
Award. The award is presented by 
the faculty to the graduate who has 
made an outstanding contribution to 

the University and who has 
outstanding promise for the future. 

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Dr. Michael Rex (left) was awarded 

the President's Award for Teaching 

Excellence. Dr. Rex is an associate 

Professor of English and revived 

the school's newspaper. His 
teaching methods help students 
view literature in another form. 




Mrs. June Heydel recieved Cumberland University's 
Honorary Doctorate Award for the Heydel's generosity 
to this institution's Music and Arts programs. 








Autumn Adair 



Amanda Adcock 



Thomas Alexander 



Anthony Allen 



Karen Amundsen 




Christy Appleby-Frewin Savannah Armstrong 



Ashley Augustin 



Brand! Ayers 



Sherri Baldwin 




Anthony Barnabi 



Hilary Bauer 



Cynthia Beard 



Beth Beasley 



Heather Beli 




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Michella Bennett 



Sara Bessette 



Cressie Bishop 



Ann Marie Blair 



Frank Bolyard 



Oass of 20 1 




Tiffiney Boop 



Jenafer Bradley 



Josh Brandon 



Ashley Brewington 



Deena Brown 




Keshia Brown 



Rick Brown 



Jim Bryant 



Audrey Burl<s 



Kenneth Calhoun 





Heather Carr 



James Casadaban 



Tiffany Chambers 



Kenzi Chance 




Ryan Cherry 



Sarah Clinard 



Haylee Cook 



Mallory Cook 



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Cumberbnd University 




Samantha Copeland 



Denise Corley 



Karen Daingerfield 



Lucas Daugherty 



Lillian Davis 




Megan Dean 



David Denham 



Ashley Dodd 



Mark Dunham 



Lindsay Dye 





Ashley Edwards 



Danelle Farmer 



Amanda Foster 



Amanda France 



Keri Frank 




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Jason Frost 



Michelle Fyke 



Sabrina Garrett 




Sarrah Gaston 



Katherine Giddens 



Class of 20 1 




Heather Gilliam 



Vyadcheslav Glebov 



Katie Goad 



John Gordy 



Lauren Goins 




Calvin Grammer 



Lacey Greene 



Barbara Guhse 



Todd Haines 



Freddie Hall 





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Samantha Head 



JJ Henderson 



Tyroma Hendrix-Rigsby Brittany Herbert 




BferxJa Herrera 



Blair Hobson 



CtiolMo Hfjchradcl 



Ctiyrloy Hodge 



Lori Honeycutl 



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Cumberbnd University 




Hallie Horn 



Peter Howell 



Andrew Jackson 



Amanda Joynes 



Kristen Kemp 





Sadie Killets 



Benjamin King 



Victoria King 



Katherine Kopinski 



Kym Kuhns 




Ashlie Laird 



Lydia Langston 



Kristen Liggett 



Keeley Locke 



Lisa Long 




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Charles Lowe 



Frankie Maynard 



Jeremiain McElwain 



Karri Mcintosh 



Cassie McKinney 



CLass of 20 1 




Sharon Nelson 



Carrie Newman 



Timothy O'Guin 



Felipe Oiiviera 



Lisa Owen 




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Jordan Powers 



LincJsoy Prater 



Lindsay Pridgen 



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Cumberbnd University 




Julie Pullen 



Kayla Puryear 



Christa Quails 



Brandon Quillen 



Brooke Ray 




Samantha Robinson 



Cody Rushing 



Evan Sanders 



Robert Schlafly 



Cristin Schwan 




Courtney Sellars 



Donovan Sexton 



Tiffany Shoemake 



Susan Simpson 



Tracy Smallwood 




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Brittany Smith 



Chris Smith 



Denese Smith 



Emily Smith 



Jody Smith 



Kristen Smith 



Danielle Spencer 



Devon Tement 



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Leah Smith 



Sueann Smith 



Eli Stephenson 



Stefanie Still 



Daren Thomas 



Jessica Tomlinson 





Kevin Smithson 



Libby Speck 




Kyle Studer 



Elizabeth Survant 




Channing Tucker 



Amanda Twomey 



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Cindy Walton 



Natalit! Wang 



Yuo Wang 



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Cumberbnd University 




Jill Whitaker 



James Wilson 



Kayla Winston 



Kyle Winterbottom 



Cierra Woodard 




Dondre Young 



Josh Young 




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CLass of 20 1 




Marcie Bridaes 
\IAE 



Chris Cooper 
MAE 



Carrie Brock 
MSP 



Sandra Brown 
MSP 



Clarissa Childress 
MAE 



Shonda Christian 
MSP 



John Cross 
MSP 



Arthur Dinkins 
MSP 



Brandon Eldridge 
MAE 



Lakeisha Fair 
MAE 



>'jvin Fcrcncci 
MSP 



Jennifer Fisher 
MAE 



Ross Gay 
MAE 



Jcrica Gay-Ross 
MAE 



Amajida Grocc 
MAE 



i»hn Harding 
MAE 



Jmh Ham* 
MAE 



Courtney Harvey 
MSP 



Riehurd iloll.ind 
MSP 



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Leigh Clark 
MSP 




Chris Fanning 
MBA 




Lydia Hull 
MAE 




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Cunnberbnd University 




Megan Huey 
MAE 



Chantese Johnson 
MAE 



Chelsea Jones 
MBA 



Andrea Kennedy 
MSP 



Gregory Krisko 
MBA 



John LaFevor 
MAE 




Lakeha Lovan 
MSP 



Junenette Malone 
MSP 



Yolanda Martin 
MSP 



Deondria Matlock 
MSP 



Metende Mballa 
MBA 



Quatrece McKinney 
MSP 




Nakeda Middleton-Burrow 
MSP 



Katrice Mitchell 
MSP 



Cathryn Muniz 
MSP 



Sharonica Nelson 
MSP 



Felipe Novello 
MBA 



Cary Pierce 
MBA 




Cunis Rowlett 


Shawn Savage 


Chris Schrock 


Gail Seymour 


Kenya Sharp 


Charies Shaw 


MBA 


MAE 


MAE 


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Michael Sweisard 
MAE 



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Wendy Thacker 
MAE 



Shirley Thomas 
MSP 



LaTonja Thompson 

MAE 



Tanisha Truss 
MBA 




Thurman Tucker 
MAE 




Vanessa Waite 


Cinshasa Wallace 


Pam Whittaker 


Atif Williams 


Kathryn Williams 


Renae Williams 


MAE 


MAE 


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Cumberland University 




Katie Arnold 
Assistant Atinletic Trainer 



Carol Ann Bach Justin Bradford Russ Cheattiam 

Dean of tfie Scfiool of Nursing Coordinator of Alumni Relations Professor of Criminal Justice 



Betty Kohal 
Associate Dean of Nursing 




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Stepfien Coleman 

Director of Instrumental Music 



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Tony Dedman 
Director of Information Technology 



La Keisha Fair Stephen Finch 

GA for Athletic Training Asst. Professor of Early Chidhood 

Education 



Eloise Hitchcock 

Director of Vise Library 




Kevin Hite 
Assistant Baseball Coach 



Karen Hobson 

Secretary and Certification 

Officer 




Jake Hooker 
GA for Student Life 



Crystal Jones Eric Landis 

Residence Director Assistant Professor of Managemen 




Jeremy Lewis 
Women's Basketball Coach 



Carl Libia 
Professor of Mathematics 



Jeff Loucks 
Head Soccer Coach 



Karia Pladna 
GA for Student Life 



Monty Pope 

Asst- Professor of Geography & Hisl I 




;}ooninator of International 
Student Admissions 



Lonnie Thompson 
Head Coach of Men's Basketball 



Thurman Tucker Debbie Whitaker 

GA for Women's Basketball Coordinator of the MAE Program 



Amber Woodard 
Library Technical Assistant 




Jared Fugate 


Tim Hall 


Kyle Herring 


Ryan Hunt 


James Meadows 


rength & CondiDoning Coach 


Director of Men's and Women's 
Cycling 


Assistant Coach of Women's 
Basketball 


Assistant Baseball Coach 


Assistant Athletic Trainer 




Donnie Suber 
Oeiensnre Coordinator. 
tmrnhe Backs Coach. Football 



Faculty and Staff 




A native of Donelson, Tenn., Dr. Harvill C. Eaton 
was appointed president of Cumberland University 

in January 2004. Under his leadership, the 

university has experienced tremendous growth and 

now serves nearly 1,500 students. Eaton's goals for 

Cumberland include growing the student body to 

approximately 2,000 students and taking the 

university to the next level with modem facilities 

and state-of-the-art technology. 

Dr. Eaton holds a B.S. degree (1970) and an M.S. 

degree (1972) in engineering science from 
Tennessee Technological University and a Ph.D. 

(1976) in materials science from Vanderbilt 

University. Prior to joining Cumberland, Eaton 

served as Vice President for Research, Senior Vice 

President for Research and Graduate Studies and 

Provost at Drexel University in Philadelphia. He 

has also served as a professor at both Drexel and 

Louisiana State University 





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Rickard. Joe Gray, Stephanie Walker, Jonathon Hawkins, Ron Pavan, Carol Ann 

Bach and Eddie Pawlawski. 



Not Pictured: Laurie Dishman, Ted Rose, Charles Collier, Paul Stumb, Lisa Cobb 

Beatrice LaChance 



bol of Ciberal Hrts & Sciences 




Ipr.. Laurie Oshm^ 



Laurie Dishman earned a Bachelor of Arts from Qrson-Newman 
College in 1 ^^ 9 3 with majors in mathematics and French and a 
minor in miisic. She earned a Master of Arts in 19 95 and a 
Doctor of Philosophy in 1 9 9 S in mathematics from Vanderbilt 
LInivei'sity. She began teaching at Ctimberland University in 
AiigLKt 1 9 9 S. In 1 9 9 9, D-. Dishman also became the Qrector 
of the Learning Center @ Cumberland University until 2004 
when it closed. For the years 200S-10 1 0, she has served as 
Interim Dean of the School of Liberal Arts and Sciences. At 
Cumberland, Di". Dishman has tatight many different coLirses, 
inclLiding Basic and College Algebra, CalcLilus 1, 11 and 111, Linear , 
Algebra, Abstract Algebra 1 and 11, Differential Equations, College | 
Geometiy, Special Topics in Mathematics and Structtire of the Real 
Numbei' System, a class requii'ed for all elementary education majors. She has served on the Faculty Senate (both 
as secretary and 3S president), Institutional Effectiveness Committees for mathematics and physics, the Teacher 
Education Advisory Council, the Sttident Disabilities Services Committee and the Learning Center Committee (as 
chair), as well as many other committees. She served as co-chair of the Qtiality Enhancement Plan Steering 
Committee until becoming Interim Dean and continues to serve as a member of ttiat committee. She has also 
served as a faculty representative on the SACS Leadership Committee in preparation for reaffinnation in 
20 1 O.Dt'. Dishman is the sponsor of the Abelian Group, CLimberland's student chapter of the Mathematical 
Association of America (MAA), where she 
organizes monthly speakers and activities for 
mathematics stLidents, and has taken groups of 
students to the MAA-SoLitheastern Section 
conference meetings for the last three years 
(2008 at The Citadel, 200^ at Belmont 
University and 20 1 at Elon University). She 
is also the faculty advisor of the Cumberland 
University chaptei' of the Alplna Sigma Tau 
national soi'ority. 




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Dean of tbc School of Business & Cecbnology 




1>. PaLil C Stunib IV- 

Paul C StLimb IV was born in Nashville and attended the 

E'TSworth School and Montgomeiy Bell Academy before 

niatncLilating to Auburn University in 1 9 7 S. Aftei" earning 

a baccalaui'eate degree in engineering with high honoi's, he 

accepted eniploMnent at the nticlear weapons complex in Oak 

Ridge, Tena and enrolled in graduate school at the University 

of Tennessee, Knoxville. After earning niastei' and doctoral 

degrees in engineering. Or. Stumb moved to Atlanta, where he 

served as regional vice president for a national printing 

compan>' and then started his own sales and marketing 

company in the wholesale gift and home decor market. Dr. 

Stumb also taught as an adjunct faculty member at Georgia 

State Universit)' and Shorter College. In 2002, he rettirned to 

middle Tennessee to run Lebanon-based Ainerican Coniigated and tatight as an adjunct at Middle 

Tennessee State University and Cumberland Linivei'sit)'. In 2005, Dr. Stumb accepted the post of Dean 

of ttie Labr>' School of Business & Technolog) at CLI. 

h addition to his professioml career, D'. Stumb \^as completed more t\^an 10 years of seivice with the 

LLS. TsJaval Reserves as a Ciyptolog)' Officer. He lias also devoted many hours to non-profit and 

philanthropic organizations. He l^as arnd/or is currently serving on the boards of JLinioi' Achievement, the 

Tennessee Kidne> Foundation, Prospect Inc., the Onamber of Commerce, Leadership Wilson, Leadeiship 

Middle Tennessee, tlie LInited Way, Mid-Cumberland Area Development Coi"p, the local Rotary Ckib and 

the LInited Methodist Quirch, Dr. Stumb 
(and his wife Dr. Ci'isty Stumb) have five 
childi'en ~ a son, Paul V, who is a banker 
with SunTrust, a daughtei'-in-law, Dr 
Courtney Stunib, who is a veterinarian in 
Nashville, a daughtei', Maiyanne, who is a 
student at Aubui'n LIniversity, and two 
sons, Ti'ey and Giiistopher, lioth of whoni 
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Dean oftbe School of Music & the Hrts 




Ted- Rcse 



A natioraUy recognized artist and author, Ted Rose joined 
QimberLand University in the summer of 2008 as Dean of 
the OJ School of Mijsic & the Arts. PrevioLsly, he had served 
3S director of educational research for Hurst, Texas-based 
Third Mind Publishing and as director of David Lipscojnb 
University's School of Fine and Perfonning Arts. 

Dean Rose has several publications to his credit, including the 
top-selling secondary education textbook on drawing in the 
United States, "Discovering Drawing." As an artist, he has 
participated in six international exhibitions and received more 
tl^an 50 awards for his worl<. His artwork is displayed in 
over 300 private collections and more tlian 1 00 corporate 
collections, including the collections of several Fortune 500 companies. He has also served as keynote 
speaker for state art conferences in Nevada, Mississippi, Tennessee and Louisiana. 



Dean Rose has also worl<ed extensively with fine arts organizations as an instaictor and board 

These organizations include The Tennessee Arts Academy, The Governor's School for the Arts 

fine arts programs in Texas, Mississippi and 

Louisiana. His students have also won numerous 

awards and have been recognized for outstanding 

work at the secondaiy, collegiate and graduate 

levels, including the National Scholastic Art 

Competition, the Texas Collegiate Art 

Competition and international competitions in 

Mexico and Switzerland 

He and his wife, Kathy, make their home in 
Lebanon. Mrs. Rose is an educator at the 
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Dean of the >anette C Rudy School of Nursing 




Dr.. C^rck Aiiji, Bach 

Named dean of the leanette C Riid)' School of Ntirsing in 
luL\ 2007, Dr. Carole Ann Bach received her B.S. in 
Niirsing from Indiana University, her Master of Science in 
Ntirsing from Washington University in St. Louis and 
her doctoral degree from the University of Texas at 
Austin EXiring her 30-year career in nursing education, 
she has taught in the undergradtyte and graduate 
programs at Virginia Commonwealth University and the 
Sinclair School of Nursing at the University of Missouri- 
Columbia. She has also taught at the gradiote level at 
Vanderbilt University^ School of Nursing. 



\\h\k at Vanderbilt Dr. Bach seiv^ed as acting director of 

the bint Center for Nursing Research (ICNR) foi' four years. The ICNR staff managed all of the 
research grant activities that took place in the VU School of Nursing. D\: Bach also seived as the 
NiFse Educator at Vanderbilt Stallworth ReJTabilitation Hospital and held a joint appointment 
with tlie VU School of Nursing and the Veterans Affairs Tennessee Valley Healthcare System 
(VA TVHS), where she facilitated the research of the nLirsing staff. 

|~L D\'. Bach's clinical area is Rehabilitation 
Nui'sing, and she is a Certified 
Rehabilitation Registered Nlii'sc. Her 
hAS.H is in Medical Surgical Nursing. 
She selves on the Editorial Boai'd of 
Rehabilitation Nursing louiiial and as a 
reviewer for the Sigma Theta Tau 
lourml Schobrship, Hei" icseaich 
progi'am focuses on impioving quality 
o( life fo)' individuals with disabilities. 




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Dean of tbc Scbcol of Bducation 




Dr. Charles Collier 



Dr. Ovaries Collier is Dean of the School of Edtotion at CumberLand 
University, where he toas taught since 2002. Dr. Collier received a 
B.S. degree in Agriculture from the University of Tennessee 
( 1 9 5 9), an MA ( 1 9 7 3) in special education and Ed. S. ( 1 9 8 0) in 
Supeivision and Instrtiction from Tennessee Technological 
University, and an Ed. D. from Peabody College of Vanderbilt 
University (19 8 3). During his 30-year career in K- 1 2 education, 
Dv. Collier seived as a special education supervisor and teacher, as 
well as principal at the elementaiy, middle, and high school levels. 
Duiing implementation of the Tennessee Better Schools Program, he 
assisted in the development of the special education teacher 
evalLution system, Tennessee special edLication teacher licensLire 
standards, and served as the Director of Administration for the 
Tennessee Academy for School Leaders. Before coming to Cumberland University, Di". Collier worked in the 
mental health field as a teachei' in an altei'native school setting and a counselor for at-risk youth and clients 
recently released from prison. Prioi' to his studies and career in education. Dean Collier served as an infantry and 
intelligerice officei" in the United States Army with a combat tour as a militaiy advisor in Vietnam. For his 
service in Vietnam, 1 Lt. Collier was awarded the Bronze Star. Dean Colliers interests and studies include the 
effects of school climate and the role it plays in stLident learning, as well as progi'amming at schools established 
specifically for students with behavior problems. He \^as presented on these topics at the national, state, and 
regional levels. Di'. Collier serves as faculty advisor for the Ctimberbnd University Chapter of the StLident 
Tennessee Education Association. He also seiA/es on the 
Liniversit/s Graduate Council and the Executive 
AAanagement Team. Dean Collier is a member of the Wilson 
CoLinty 0\amber of Commerce EdLication Committee and is 
a board member for the Tennessee Association of Middle 
Schools and the Tennessee Staff Developnient CoLinciL His 
work with area school districts incLides sei"ving on 
committees for the Tennessee School Improveinent Plan and 
as an evaLytion team membei' for acG'editation with the 
SoLithern Association of Colleges and Schools. 
Dean Collier and his wife, Bonnie, have three children and 
one grandchild. Their family enjoys traveling, boating, and 
fishing. He and his sons have fished in several coLintries, 
inclLiding Belize, Ireland, and Vietnam. 

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IL has otlen been said LhaL Business (like 
many things in life) is a "conlacL sport" As I 
a student at CU, you have undoubtedly 
made many new contacts some of whom 
Till likely become lifelong friends. When 
you complete your degree, don't view 

tliat milestone as the end of your 
education, but rather, continue to build 

on what you have learned at CU and 

continue to build tliat important network 

ot friends, associates, colleague.s, and 

contcts- 

-Dr. (Stumb. 



As you mo\'c on Irom here, reflect on your | 

experience* and time spent at 

Cumberland. Your transition to Uie "real 

world" Till not be simple. However, you 

are readv! CU has prepared you for what 

will come next. Dely on your experience 

and what you have learned, both in and 

out of the classroom. Cherish your time 

spent at CU and get ready for what the 

world has in store for you. Whatever you 

do. do well. And may success attend your 

efforts. 

Jason Brewer 






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Life isn't fair, but do 
your very best to be 
fair and truthful in all 
that you do. You are 

an ambassador for 

Cumberland Universlt}'. 

Depre^ent us well. 

-Dr. Peterson 



.\s you leave Cumberland, we wish for 
you lo reraemt)er what a difference you 

can make on the lives of the people 
around you. Demember to focus on the 

important things in life. John Quincy 
.\dams reminds us tliat "The influence of 
each human being on others in this life is 

a kind of immortality." You can live 
forever if you make a difference to just 
one person! Demerabicr this and you will 

continue lo make CU proud as you go 

liirou^^houl your life pursuing your dream.s. 

•Dr. I.aiiiic Di*hman 




Please remember to always keep 

an open mind about every 

situation. Look at everything in 

tliis world from all angles. Keep 

the positive thoughts, energy, 

and ideas at the front and don't 

let negativity get you down. And 

most importantly, keep a thankful 

heart each and every day. 1 will 

miss all of you and wish you ail 

the success and happiness in the 

world. 

-Libby O'Guin 



Love jour job! Your 
passion for what you 
do will naturally lead 

to success. 
-Stephanie deDouen 



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Lnjoy your year* m 

they pa«6 quickly. 

In'py what you do. and 

iwc your memories and 

conncclJoaM \o make 

life idljcrc^HlJng. 

- Monly Pope 



It is my sincc^rcflt wish that each 

Cumberland University graduate will hold 

fast to I heir own inlc;grity. Money can 1«- 

fiirncd and last, friends cnler and depart 

our livc» regularly, and jobs arc temporal. 

One's inlcgrity. however, is the one 

unchanging clciiicdt that wc can each 

rnnlrof Live lilb to the liillcst, but never. 

iiipromioc your integrity lor aiK illi' i 

I ;frson or a company. It would be a 

terrible thing to Icwcl 

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Abelian Group 



The purpose of the "Abelian Group" is to touch, teach ^^^ ^^^^^^^^^ 

and transform lives among students with an interest in ^^^^^^^""1 

mathmatics. The Abelian Group sponsored "Pi Day" which raised ^^^^^^ 

money and collected clothing for the Nashville Rescue mission by 
ionation. They charged $ 1 to throw a pie at a faculty or staff member. Four of 
the club members attented the MAA-SE conference with Dr. Dishman, placing 
13th out of 31 in the Math Jeopardy contest. Here at Cumberland, they also 

participated in the Fall Fun Fest. 








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&en ^ri5coe. Lain TowlinsoM, Caitlin Pickson, Tiffany Fennell, Rob Enoch, Susan 
Simpson, Prett Schultz, Cody Anderson, Matthew Stanfield, Prittncy Prinklcy, 

(Danielle Spencer 



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Baptist Collegiate Ministrie s 



■■■■■^■■■■■■■■■■■■■■^^^^^^■^^H^^^HHiHHH Officers: Laura Carey, Sarah Ives, 

Kalelgb Walker, Chelsea Hardin, 

The purpose of B.C.M. is to LEAD college students and Mason Harrell, Jenny Thowas, 

others in the academic community to faith in Jesus Christ,^'')JSl2iT ''^*22^!2JiS 

to DEVELOP them as disciples and leaders, and to CONNECT ^ ^^ ^ 

them to the life and mission of the church. Baptist 

Collegiate Ministry worked with Southern Starrs which 

provides therapeutic and recreational horse-back riding 

and related activities for individuals with physical, mental 

or emotional disablities. They were also involved in BCM 

girls retreat, FaU Fun Fest, and a BCM banquet. 





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Roseann Fisher, Keasha Williamson, Parcy Parson, Jessica Alverez, John Essary , Whitney Towberlin, 
frabe ^awadawis, Alissa Klein, Ryan Cherry, Crystal Jones, Anna Salyer, Rebekah Mason, Josh Swith, 
Parren Thowas, Kayleigh Plair, Sarah Huddleston, Lain TovMlinson, Victoria Kent, M Sakalaucks, Kody 

Home, Heather Tanner, Craig Roper, Cierra Woodard, Joshua Chappa, Chelsey Huffman, Thomas 

Wilkinson, Thomas Wiest, Rachel Mullins, Emily Jacobs, Prett Shultz, Lacey Greene, Chris frray, Jason 

Frost, Erin Pierce, Amanda Twomey, Katelin Fields, Mason Harrell 




Criminal Ju^t^c^e Club 

The Criminal Justice Club is an 

organizatiopn open to both criminal 

justice and non-criminal justice 

majors. This club is a place where 

students can learn about careers in 

the criminal justice field. 

Throughtout the year, various guest 

speakers come to give students 

personal information about the 

criminal justice field and options 

relating to their major. 



The Band of the Phoenix is open to all 
qualified university students who play brass, 
woodwind, or percussion instruments, or 
those who have experience in guard/flag 
corp and dance. Each fall, the Band 
of the Phoenix puts on two or 
I three themed shows. 

Whitney TowberlaiM, Shawn 
Savage, Randy Sevier, Stephen 
Ferraro, ^v\dnw Pentecost, Patrick 
Prasseii, Lain Towlinson. 

Josh Parker, Ryan Williams, Paniel Rawsey, Lee Austin 
Jarrett Jones, twily Taylor, Megan Hunt, Megan 
Akins,Robert Enoch, Nicholas Vantrease, Chris Cooper, Mindy 
I T |{^ "t) tflSpears, Brittany Hall 






The goal of Athletic Training Students Association is to 
promote unity among its members, and provide additional 
educational opportunities for its members in the field of 
athletic training. ATSA participated in Salvation Army Bell 
ringing, Fall Fun Fest, Easter Egg Fest, Roar Run, and Sherry's 
Run. They also were involved in IIMC physicals where they 
conducted check-in and check-out stations and assisted physicans, 
physical therapists, and athletic trainers during physical 

screenings. 







Kassie Taylor, Cierra Poots, Adaw Myers, Shane Toole, Lucas Paugherty, Kelli 

Johnson, Jeffrey Hamilton, Randy Moss, Matt Cherry, Pecky Porter, Jaclyn 
Jordan, Chelsea Mathias, Victoria Pennett, Plandra Wowble, Kayla 

Howell, Megan Lavery, Kaydy Mcintosh, Lauren Hulsey, Matt^^ 

Shattuck 





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President; Gloria Caples 

Vice President: Nicole Gardner 

Treasurer: Pawielle Spencer 

Secretary; NItchawon Ponkerd 

Historian: Waleshia Penford 

Lisa Steele, Ja'Quetta Prigbt 
Jazwine Clark, Sabrina Barrett, 
Sherrita Riles, Ciera Pesses, Xia 

^ladney, Mercedes Martinez 






The goal of Divas with a Purpose is to 

improve the quality of the college 

experience by becoming a vessel of 

information throughout the 

Cumberland Lniverstiy campus. They 

aim to inform the total student body in 

the areas of health awareness, 
social interaction, and academic 
excellence. They were involved 
in Fall Fun Fest, Easter Egg Fest, 

Fashion Show and Breast 
Cancer Awareness. They hosted 
Divas Fashion vShow and Black 
History Vigil. 






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Freshmen Outreach Committed to llnitmg Students 

(F.O.C.U.S) is an organization that assists the 

Recruitment office with campus tours and campus visit 

days. The students work throughout the year with the 

EnroUment Management Staff. Their purpose is designed 

to assist entering freshmen with their integration into 

the Cumberland University community. This includes 

orientation, registration, academics, student activities, 

and overall campus life. 




FOCUS Ambassadors: Awa^ida 
Prockwan, Gloria Caples, frary Chansler, 
Martin Cooper, Amanda Foster, Mason 
Harrell, Rachel Mullins, Kristin Pack, 
Pow Ponkerd, !?aniel Weliendorf, Kassie 
Taylor. 

FOCUS Mentors; Lane Cryar, Taylor 
Poubler, Chris frray, Ronez Harris, Jared 
Hensley, Prew Jennings, Sawantha 
Knowles, Olivia Lawson, Keeley Locke, 
Jeremiah McElwain, Tim O'fruin, Leslin 
Ossoff , Lindsey Prater, Amber Richards, 
Josh Sevier, Mason Smith, Panielle 
Spencer, Kyle Studer, Thomas Wiest, 
Cierra Woodard. 




The goal of the International Student Association is to represent 
the collective interests of all foreign undergraduate and 
graduate students. These students discuss matters that affect 
them and help orient new international students as they transition 
to the social and cultural enviroment of the American society. I.S.O. 
also works to conduct cultural, educational, and political activities for 
foreign students and for the University as a whole. 

President: Pow Powkerd 

Vice President: Tara Crawford 

Treasurer: EclctoH Cbiwyanga 




Hector Aguilar. Robert Als, Peter Anthony, Juan Aparicio, ftreg Appleton, Siwon Peck, Robert Poyd, Plinio Cawpos, Eckton 
Chinyqa, Tara Crawford, Helena Piwantas, Henrique Fertado, Jerewy Flewing, Slava frlebov, JJ Henderson, Cristbian 
Herndz. Tamara Injfran. Kodney James, friselle Joines, Metende Mballa, Michael Michailidis, Peatriz Mowpo, fruy Nardo, 
Felipe Oliveira, Alejandro Padilla, Louise Norton, Pow Ponkerd, Siwone Quinn, Rowa Rakhwov, Shawn Scbaefer, Walter 
Siwon, Ryan Sullivan, Pevon Ternent, Kewpess Villafana, Vanessa Waite, Natalia Wang, Yue Wang, Prad Williaws, 
fterard John-Williawi 6j 



The goal of Phi Beta Lambda is to 
provide additional opportunities for 
post-secondary and college 
students to develop vocational 
competencies for business and 
office occupations and business 

teacher education. PBL is an 
intergral part of the instructional 
program and in addition promotes 
a sense of civic and personal 
responsibility. 







President: Ryan Cherry 

Vice President: Susan Simpson 

Secretary: Shelby Harrison 

Treasurer: Pow Ponkerd 

Historian: ?en King 



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PBL was involved iiij 

"Ghouls at 

Grassmere" at the 

Nashville Zoo, Fall 

Fun Fest, and the 

Easter Egg Fest. The; 

also had guest 

speakers throughouj 

the semester. 






The Phoenix Players are a 
group of actors/actresses who 
are majoring or minoring in 
theatre or those who have a 
love of the stage. They 
typicaUy put on two shows 
each fall and spring semester. 
This includes a coUaborative 
effort with occasional 
involvement of the choir. 



Phoenix Players 




Prendaii Tramel 

Nicholas Williams 
Martin Cooper 
Charley Hodge 

Chelsie Hochradel 

Josh Prandon 

Jessica bailey 

Mark Stone 

Prittany Morrison 

Mindy Spears 

Karen Taylor 

Lilian Pavis 

Stephanie Cooper 





The mission of the Pre- 
Professional Society is to 
inform Cumberland 
University students about 
Health Professional schools 
and job opportunities. The 
organization also strives to 
present students with 
speakers about health 
professional schools. 






President: Josh Sevier 

Vice President: Cbelsey Huffwan 

Secretary: Piana Wesner 



Pre-Professional Society 





Chris frray, KateJin Fields, Mitch Reynolds, Jerewy Hurford, 
Megan Edwards, Paige Moorehead, Katie Mackersie, and 
Prooke McNeal 






Pre-Professional 

Society is involved 

in attending 

conferences 

pertaining to 

medical schools 

and graduate 

schools. They were 

also involved in 

Fall Fun Fest, a 

Breast Cancer 

walk, the Easter 

Egg Fest, and Earth 

Day. 






\B hosted many events this year, including Casino 
\ight, Fall Frolic Week, After Glow Party, and 
Spring Fling Week. 



Student ActivitiesHBoard^is a group of 
undergraduate students who serve the 
University by planning and executing the 
many student activities on campus. SAB 

members are selected through an 
application and interview process by the 
offices of Student Life and Residence Life 

SAB members are encouraged to 

participate in all activities on campus sts 

well as in other student organizations, 

making them the leaders on campus. SAB 

applications are available from the Office 

of Student Affairs the first week of each 

semester. 




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SRAPE is a student-driven organization created in the 
Cumberland University School of Education. It is a 
facult) guided organization whose mission is to 
promote physical fitness and exercise through 
stakeholder learning collaboratives and 
partnerships focusing on the design and delivery ^ 
of positive, inclusive, and cooperative physical 
education, recreation and sport programs, 
healthy lifestyles education, and awareness 
initiatives for enhancing community well- 
being. They were involved in the community 
wide Easter Egg Fest and held three 
symposia with guest speakers open to all 
students. Annually, the SHAPE 
organization helps to host and assist 

.^ with the Wilson County Special 

Olympics event on Campus 





SHAPE 



President: PetbanY Van Meter 
Vice President: Eric Vetetoe 

Secretary: Jennifer Prewington 

Treasurer: Mike Hagewood 

Photographer: Kassie Taylor 




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The purpose of the Student Government 
Association is to be the governing body of 

Cumberland University in matters 

involving the students, to establish a close 

relationship between the students and the 

administration, to promote a spirit of 

community, to exchange constructive 

ideas, to discuss school problems, to 

promote and aid in student activities, and 

to be the student's voice of Cumberland 



SGA 



University. 




SGA hosted CU's Inaugural Easter 
Egg Fest and participated in the Fall 

Fun Fest. SGA community service 

projects included the Senior Center 

Christmas Lunch, the Empower ME 

Day Camp Christmas, and the Read 

Across America Day. 

Presidewt; Kceley Locke 
Vice President; i?rew Jewwiwgs 

Secretary; Gloria Caples 
Student Liaison; Sam Knowles 




Senate 




School of Education; Erm Pierce 

School of Nursing; Clerra Woodard 

School of Music ^ Arts; Olivia Lawson 

School of Liberal Arts 6- Sciences; Juan Torres 

School of business tr Technology; Jason Frost 



Graduate Studies; Shauna Holwan 

SAP Representative: Anthony Allen 

RHA Representative; Prittney Prinkley 

RHA Alternate Representative; Allyson Agee 




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President: Brooke McNeal 

Vice President: Ashley Augustih 

Secretary: Kristew Pill 

Treasurer: Liwdsey Prater 

Reporter: Laura Carey 

Editor: Laura Carey 

Historian: Libby Speck 




STEA 




he Student Tennessee 
iducation Association 
rovides opportunities 
for pre-professional 

development and 
leadership training, 
advocates effectively 

at all levels for 

student members, 

monitors national 

ssues that impact its 

members, and 

educates pre- 

professionals to the 

value of \EA 

membership. 




Each year STEA hosts the community wide event 
known as Fall Fun Fest on CD's campus. 








YcrOTy^Singers 



Cumberland Chorale and 
University Singers are choirs 
which require an audition. Cumberland 
Chorale is the largest choir and its 
I members are majoring in a vast number of 
studies. University Singers is a select choir 
which is composed of majors in minors in music and a 

select few who are not. The purpose of both is to benefit the 
university's School of Music and Arts with quality entertainment 

and community outreach. 







Soprano 

Sarah HuddlestoH 

hbama Keith 

Chelsie Hochradel 

LiHdsey l?ye 

Megan Hunt 

Kayla Puryear 

Karen Taylor 

Kaitlyn Lasslter 



Tenor 

l^en Prisoe 

landon Kodgers 

Kenneth Calhoun 

Josh Parker 

Tho»Has Wilkinson 

4osh Brandon 

^rowyko Weir 



Ifass 

Lain To»Hlinson 

Lee Austin 

M\ Sakalaucks 

Mason Smith 

Thomas Wiest 

Corey Carlton 



Alto 

Alissa Klein 

Pow Ponkerd 

Jenny Thomas 

Brittany Hentz 

Suellen Simpson 

Casey Whitlock 

Mindy Spears 

Tiffany Mofield 

Kachel Mullins 




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Jessica Alvarez 


Landon Rodgers 


Sarah Huddlestoh 


Josh Prandon 


Megan Hunt 


Kenneth Calhoun 


Johanna Keith 


Josh Parker 


Karen Taylor 


Thomas Wilkinson 


Che sie Hochradel 


^rowyko Weir 


Kaitlyn Ussiter 


Cody Cantrell 


Parcy Michael 


Nekton Chinyanga 


Lindsey Pye 




Laura Carey 





^ass 
Corey Carlton 

Lee Austin 
^ill Sakalaucks 
Mason Smith 
Thomas WIest 
Martin Cooper 
Lain Tomlinson 




Alto 
Prittany Hentz 
Urandie Huston 

Alissa Klein 
Rachel Mullins 

Callie Smith 

Mindy Spears 

Alkesha Williamson 

Prittani Hoye 

Tiffany Mofield 

Brendan Tramel 

Casey Whitlock 

Stephanie Mofield 

Katie Wolfe 
Suellen Simpson 
Jenny Thomas 

Ciera loesses 




Choir is not just about music; It's 

about the people around you 

working towards a common goal 

and the relationships you build 

that last a lifetime. 





Members: 

Jennifer Talada 

l^lana Weswer 

Taylor Poubler 

Chris ^ray 

Gloria Oaples 

Pow Fohkerd 

Not Pictured: 
Thow WllklMsow 






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Advisor: llbby O'&um 




The Phoenix Yearbook 




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The Phoenix 

Yearbook is 

comprised of 

people from a 

number of 

different majors 

who work hard 

year round to 

compile a portrait 

of the year. 



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Mentors 

Cheryl Pockstruck 

Kelly Prewer 

CoMMle PullrngtoM 

Lisa Cobb 

Kaye Couch 

Tammy Flanagan 

HaydeM Fogate 

lissa &ill 

Kristen frray 

Catherine Hanson 

Pecky Jennings 

Heidi King 

Lucy Lee 

Sarah Lyon 

Lisa Macke 



Tiffany McHenry 

Robbin Morthel 

Libby O'fruin 

Kayti Protos 

Amy Rich 

Vickie Rickard 

Catherine Smith 

Peverly Swisshelm 

Penny Thompson 

Prandy Wheaton 



director: Jewny PcHMett 




Somen's Council 




The Women's Council for 
Leadership and Philanthropy 
was founded at Cumberland 
niversit) in the spring of 2007. 
t is a mentorship program that 
supports the advancement of 

women in leadership roles, 

empowers young women to be 

future leaders of their 

communities and develops 
idviduals as purposeful women. 



Mentees 


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Martina Andersen 


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Virginia Cochran 




Mallory Cook 




Lane Cryar 




Katelin Fields 




Mackenzie Fox 


Sherrita Riles 


Crystal Jones 


Panielle Spencer 


Mercedes Martinez 


Karen Stake 


Victoria Norton 


Vanessa V^aite 


Sherrie Norton 


Sandee Woodard 


Karia Pladna 


Amber Woodard 


Pow Ponkerd 


Shannon Zobel 



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The current sisters of 
Alpha Omicron Pi 



The object of the Fraternity shall be to encourage a spirit of Fraternity 

and love among its members; to stand at all times for character, dignity, 

scholarship, and college loyalty; to strive for and support the best interest 

of the colleges and universities in which chapters are installed, and in no 

way to disregard, injure, or sacrifice those interests for the sake of 

prestige or advancement of the Fraternity or any of its chapters. 

A sister is a gift to the heart, a friend to the 
spirit, a golden thread to the meaning of life. 

-Isadora James 




The ladies of 
AOII ice skating. 



The sisters celebrate 
their "Decades Ball" in 

Baird Chapel. This 

narks the sorority's 1 0th 

year at CU 



Members of Alpha Omicron Pi: 



Heather Tanner 
I.e.slin Os.soff 
Tara Crawford 



Olivia Garrett 
Tracy Smallwood 
Aimme Palacios 



ChcTsie Hodiradcl (_.,^^l^^., ^.,,l,j.,^ 
Mandie Cri.spm ^^.,j^^., Schneider 
Sara-Beth loole 



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Alpha Sigma Tau Sorority is committed to developing 

scholars, philanthropists, leaders and sisters among 

our collegiate and alumnae members. The Sorority 

strives to have a cooperative relationship with our 

,, . , , . , host colleges and universities as we educate our 

lAbove, Kaitlyn, Lindsey, , , »i i o- m 

'Amanda and KP take a members ou who we are as Alpha Sigma Taus. 

break to have some fun. 



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Members of Alpha Sigma Tau: 

Lindsey Prater 

Kristin Pack 

Kaitlin Gross 

Area Advisor: Amanda Stacy 



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demonstrate sisterhood during 
Fall Recruitment 



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represents AST in the 
Homecoming parade at CU. 




t the heart of Kappa Sigma lie the Fraternity's Four Pillars, which 
jide our ambitions and underpin our successes. Striving for excellence 
Fellowship. Leadership, Scholarship and Service produces Brothers 
ho are involved in all aspects of campus life; who excel academically as 
udents and professionally upon graduation; who develop lifelong 
?nds with those around them and who support those peers; and who 
;rve their colleges and communities. Becoming a Kappa Sigma 
■Qvides the framework to build yourself into the man you want to be. 



'^lembers of Kappa Sigma: 
osh Sevier - President 
rhris Gray - Vice President 
rhomas Wiest - Ceremonies 
Drew Jennings - Treasurer 
ratlin Gentur\' - Secretai7 
)an W'ellendorf - Guard 
derrick Wilson - Guard 



'osh Brandon 
^lason Smith 
Richard Johnson 
^andy Sevier 
3randon Quillen 
^lason Harrell 
sheridan Henson 
!^ndon Rodgers 
3radley Croenne 
Fvler Jones 



Jason Sellars 
Cody Duncan 
Ryan Wood 
Dondre Young 
Gromyko Weir 
Martin Cooper 
Lain Tomlinson 
David Bradford 
Josh Ezell 
Chris Brenneman 





"Brotherhood 

is not a 

destination, 

but a journey 

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Greek Awards 



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^ "^ Most Likely to wear pajamas to class: 

Thomas Wiest and Chelsie Hochradel 

Most Likely to sleep all day: 
Dondre Young and Sarah-Beth Foote 
Most Likely to go streaking: 
Josh Sevier and Mandie Crispin 
Most Likely to still be in school in 6 years: 
Chris Gray and Heather Tanner 
Most Likely to argue with a brick wall: 
Richard Johnson 
Most Likely to be a hot dad/mom: 
Catlin Gentry and Mandie Crispin 
Most Likely to steal a free sample: 
Cody Duncan and Chelsea IVlathias 
Most Likely to run out of pierceable body parts: 

Josh Ezell 
Most Likely to quietly take over the world: 
Richard Johnson and Melissa Schneider 
Most Likely to be found on a deserted island with Johnny Depp 

and a bottle of rum: 
Josh Brandon and Leslin Ossoff 
Most Likely to actually defeat Chuck Norris: 

Catlin Gentry and Tracy Smallwood j 

Most Likely to become a Volvo driving soccer dad/mom: 
Drew Jennings and Aimme Palacios 
Most Likely to eat candy after winning the WWE j 

championship: 
Ryan Wood 
Most Likely to draw social security while still in college: 

Chris Brennaman 



/lost Likely to bowl a perfect game after eating Indian food: 

Bradley Croenne 

Most Likely to succeed: 

Lain Tomlinson 

l\/lost Likely to trip on his graduation cords: 

Derrick Wilson 
Most Likely to be in a ctiildren's TV show: 

Gromyko Weir 
Most Likely to enjoy singing Miley Cyrus in public: 
Landon Rodgers and Heather Tanner 
Most Likely to require a translator when speaking English: 

Dan Wellendorf 
^ost Likely to be cut off from alcohol before the party starts: 

Mason Harrell 
Most Likely to have the best golf score no matter how bad 

he actually scores: 
Mason Smith 
Most Likely to illegally live in the states upon graduation: 

Tara Crawford 




P. Henry Meadows Award for Greek Leadership: 

Josh Sevier and Heather Tanner 



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Jesse Penolds 




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Men's Soccer 




Bulldogs 



The Bulldogs ended the season with a 

6-7-2 record. 
CU had three players to recieve All- 
TranSouth honors. Yue Wang was 
selected First Team All-TranSouth 
while Adam Owczarzak and Bradley 
Williams each garnered Second Team 
honors and Williams was voted Co- 
Freshman of the Year. 



Bulldogs 
Head Coach: 
Jeff Loucks 



K Roster 



Them 
Gubby-John Williams 
Erin Pierce 
Michael Michailidis 
.Adam Owczarzak 
Nguyen Nguyen 
Idris Dosky 
Devon Tement 
Juan Pablo Aparicio 
Yue Wang 
JJ Henderson 
Robert Als 
Kempess Villafana 
Neil Howard 
Daniel Ramsay 
Bradlc Williams 



#15 Jasper Driskill 

#17 Francisco Alva 

#18 Robert Boyd 

#19 Plinio Campos 

#20 Zack Batty 

#21 JTGordy 

#22 Nathan Gibson 

#23 Seth Obermeyer 

#24 Matt Smallwood 

#26 Francisco Zamora 

#27 Eli Genet 

#99 Matthew Shattuck 



Graduate Assistant: 

Metende Mballa 
V' olunteer Assistant: 
Peter Anthony 
Athletic Trainer: 

Katie Arnold 




Nguyen Nguyen passing a defender 
at one of the Bulldog's games. 




"Some people say 

Soccer's a matter 

of life and death, 

but it isn't. It's 

much more 

important than 

that." 

-Variation of a 

Famous Saying 




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Women's Soccer 



Ladv BuUdo&s 



The Lady Bulldogs ended the 2009-2010 season 
with a record of 3-9-2. 



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No. 

#2 

#3 

#4 

#5 

#6 

#7 

#8 

#9 

#10 

#11 

#12 

#13 

#14 

#23 

#24 

#25 

#26 



Lady Bulldogs Head 
Coach: Jeff Loucks 



Roster 



Name 

Kristen McClanahan 
Rachel Scoggins 
Morgan Shaffer 
Alyx Shultz 
Lisa Long 
Jena Bradley 
Louise Norton 
Brittany Norton 
Helena Dimantas Farias 
Simone Quinn 
Susan Simpson 
Khrysten Maynard 
CieiTa Boots 
Mandie Crispin 
Angela Cortes 
Ashley Schneider 
Natasha Yakimovich 



Graduate Assistant: 

Metende Mballa 
Volunteer Assistant: 
All Arman 
Athletic Trainer: 
LaKeisha Fair 
Manager: 
Lauren Mayer 



"A champion is 

someone who does 

not settle for that 

day's practice, that 

day's competition, 

that day's 

performance. They 

are always striving 

to be better. They 

don't live in the 

past." 

-Briana Scurry 




Cierra Boots kicks the ball out during one of the 
Lady Bulldogs games 



Lady Bulldogs 



The Volleydawgs ended the year with a 19-14 

mark. 

Freshmen Kaysi Arnold was selcted for the 

TranSouth All-Conference First Team, while 

Jessica Gericke and Jordan Pescatore were 

chosen as honorable mentions. 




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#1 Jessica Gciickc Gi 
#2 Amanda Adcock La 
#4 Kaysi Arnold l>ii 
#5 Samanllia Bcllar ki 
m Kayla Arnold V( 
tl') Jordan I'cscalorc Sa 
«I0 Angclyn Slanton V( 
#1 1 Taylor Dcnncy C'; 
#12 Courincy /ijjiiian \{ 
tt\?i i.accy Gregory |); 
tl\5 Tracy Small wood |vi 
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-aduulc Assistant: 

iircl C'onrey 
li-'I'ime Assislynl: 
a McCarthy 
luntetT Assistant: 
ah Kogers 
lunlt'i-r Assistant: 
ra Coiirey 
lik'tic Traint'r: 
nny Kogers 
inaHcrs: 
landa Twoniey 


"Good teams 

become great 

ones when the 

members 

trust each 

other enough 

to surrender 

the 'me' for 

the 'we'." 

-Phil Jackson 

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H2I Brooke Bowers s;,., 
//22 Jaclyn Jordaji \)- 
Mandy Brockiiiaii fvj 
lanren (!arle] 
Krislen Slaback 


all Browning 
iiielle Spencer 
illory Cook 



Bulldogs Head 

Coach: 

Dewayne 

Alexander 



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Roster: 



No 


. Name 

Da'Juan Manning 


#17 


Josh Crouch 


#33 


Ken Dixon 


#49 


Melvin Armstrong 


#66 


William Judson 


#87 


Ryan Slack 


#1 


tt2 


Anthony Allen 


#18 


Connor McChurch 


#34 


Lemeco Miller 


#50 


Kevin Stephens 


#67 


Evan Johnson 


#88 


DeJeay Woods 


tt3 


Cody McCallister 


#19 


Curtis Williams 


#35 


Marcus Thompson 


#51 


Ben Miller 


#68 


Zane Perry 


#89 


Kevin Smithson 


#4 


Daniel Dayton 


#20 


Ronez JJarris 


#36 


Aaron Brown 


#52 


Dustin McCarter 


#69 


Brent Hughes 


#90 


Kevin Whaley 


#5 


Ervin Young 


#21 


Tim McCord 


#37 


Michael Shannon 


#53 


Clay House 


#70 


Cody Duncan 


#91 


Simon Moriarty 


#6 


Chris Simpson 


#22 


Jermaine Strong 


#38 


Stephon Ransom 


#54 


Josh Southall 


#71 


Josh Madden 


#92 


CoUin Urenda 


#7 


Travis Carter 


#23 


Allante McLemore #39 


Ronald Allen 


#55 


Sam Greene 


#74 


Dondre Young 


#93 


Derrick Wilson 


#8 


Mike Moore 


#24 


Mark Gibson 


#40 


Dwain JJarris 


#56 


Jeremy Huiford 


#75 


Ryan Wood 


#94 


Greg Wilson 


U9 


Curl Bureau 


#25 


Marcus Shropshire 


#41 


Todd Holman 


#57 


Cody Anderson 


#76 


Eli Stephenson 


#95 


Jacob Hill 


#10 


Christian Burnett 


#26 


Robert Scales 


#42 


Mitch McChurch 


#58 


Taylor Hicks 


#78 


Curtis Crutchfield 


#96 


Corey Hamilton 


#11 


Kenny Sallis 


#27 


Colin Vaughn 


#43 


Barrett Bamett 


#59 


Victor Hamed 


#79 


Carson Clemons 


#97 


Mike Hart 


#12 


Zack Ducker 


#28 


Kelsea Fordham 


#44 


Josh Smith 


#60 


Dustin Allen 


#81 


Courtland Styles Jr. 


#98 


Justin Cox 


#13 


Nick Sasser 


#29 


Cordero Rowland 


#45 


Chad Weathers 


#61 


Steven Clemons 


#82 


Jonathan Woodard 


#99 


Yue Wang 


#14 


Derek Loftis 


#30 


Thomas Goodloe 


#46 


Chris Miles 


#62 


Trey Walker 


#83 


Chris Eads 




Jason Bawgus 


#15 


Jake Ledbetter 


#31 


Adain Wiss 


#47 


Jacob Barker 


#63 


Daren Thomas 


#85 


Creigh Hall 




Brandon Bennett 


#16 


Rob Johnson 


#32 


Michael Hagewood#48 


Randal Sanderson 


#64 


Jesse Hall 


#86 


Mitch Reynolds 




Jacob Brown 




Justin Oubre 




Deonta Johnson 




Isaac JJulam 




Kwamane Howard 




Jeremy Hildebrant 




James Coffey 


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Matthew Shanes 




Spenser Tope 




Chase Weathers 








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The Bulldogs ends the season 5-5 in conference play. The 
season ended with a loss after winning four of its last five 
games. 

Five of CU's football players were voted to the All-Mid- 
South Conference team, including linebackers Todd 
Holman and Stephon Ransom, comerback Anthony Allen, 
tight end Mitch Reynolds and offensive tackle Eli 
Stephenson. Safety Connor McChurch was also an 
Honorable Mention. 




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Bureau running 
a play to Josh 
Crouch during 
the game 
against 
Belhaven. 





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"If it's in your heart, it 

shows in your spirit." 

-Broolde Edmonton, 



The Cumberland University cheerleaders are 
ambassadors of the University and are involved in on- 
campus activities as well as in the community. CU 
cheerleaders promote and uphold school spirit, 
develop a sense of good sportsmanship and promote 
enthusiasm of spectators at athletic events. 




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Roster 



Jessica Alvarez 
Ann Marie Blair 
Brittney McCord 
Amber Dodson 
Hollie Fishbum 
Brittany Koken 
Katie Mackersie 
Brooke McNeal 
Becky Porter 
Lacye Booker 
Head Coach: Travona Nlles 



Below: Allyson Agee was 
named All-TranSouth after 
finishing Top 5 in the 
TranSouth Championships. 



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Bulldogs 




Bulldogs 
Head Co; 
Scott 
Wilkerso i 



^omen's Roster 



Name 



Allyson Agee 

Sarah Beth Foote 

K.C. McGinley 




Above: K.C. McGinley 
was named TranSoulh 
Freshmen of the Year. 






Men's Roster 



Name: 



Zach Brewer 

Matt Cart 

Michael Draper 

Caleb Evans 
Ryan Gammons 

Cody Hughes 

Guy Nardo 
r^eese Slradlcy 
Dust in Thomas 

Paul Vaughan 
Auslin Wiiilmer 



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Men's Baskttball 



BULLDOGS 



The Bulldogs ended the 
season with a 12-17 mark. In 
the final game of the season 
Brandon Springer scored a 
game-high 20 points in his 
last game in a Bulldog 
uniform. 

The Bulldogs finished the 
season out strong and we 
wish them much success. 



One man can be a crucial ingredien 
on a team, but one man cannot mak( 

a team 
-Kareem Abdul-Jabba 



Bulldogs 

Head Coach: 

Lonnie 

Thompson 



No. 



#1 


Andrew Ayodeji 


#2 


Lamar Brinkley 


#3 


Lindal Yarbrough 


#4 


Haris Batalevic 


#5 


Terrance Scott 


#10 


Adrian Williamson 


#12 


Josh Pierce 


#15 


Walter Simon 


#20 


Brandon Springer 


#22 


Adam Barnett 


#23 


Jimmy Van Buren 


#24 


Reginald Holding 


#33 


Michael Pettiford 




Roster: 



Name 



Coaching Staff: 

Lonnie Thompson (Head Coach), Brian 
Collins (Assistant Coach), Thurman 
Tucker (Graduate Assistant), James 
Meadows (Sports Medicine) and Nicole 
Gardner (Manager) 

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Brandon Springer was named the 
TranSouth Conference Player of 
the Year. Springer averaged 22.3 
points per game on the year, 
including 22.4 in Cumberland's 
16 conference games. Congrats 
to Brandon Springer on all of his 
accomplishments! 



Walter Simon made the TranSouth's 
All-Freshman Team. He was CD's 
second-leading scorer, averaging 10.6 
points per game and starting all but on( 
game. Simon averaged nearly a block ; 
game to lead the team. He also had a 
rebouding average of 6.3 per contest. 



Brandon Springer taking the ball to the rim 
against our rival Trevecca. The Bulldogs 
beat Trevecca 79-49. 







'Andrew Ayodeji handling the 
ball at one of the Bulldogs home 
games. 



Lindal Yarbrough making a play during 
one of the games. 



Walter Simon making a play happen with a 
defender on him during the home game 
against Union University. 









I Lamar Brinkley passing a defender at one 
of the home games. 



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"Good, better, 

best. Never let it 

rest. Until your 

'\ good is better and 

your better is 

best." 
-Tim Duncan 




Somen's Basketball 



Lady Bulldogs 



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The Lady Bulldogs ended the 

season 9-18. The Lady Bulldogs 

had two players to recieve 

honors: Allysia Bailey was voted 

TranSouth Conference 

Newcomer of the Year and 

Stephanie Martin recieved the 

honor of the All-Freshmen 

Team. 



Lady Bulldogs 
Head Coach : 
Jeremy Lewis 





Keshia Br^^^^ 
taking a sliot 
against King 
College. 




Tamara Gonzalez 
ing a shot against 
during one of the 
Lady Bulldogs home 
games. 



Roster; 



No. 


Name 


#1 


Angle Wells 


#2 


Madison Pavan 


#5 


Brittany Cash 


#10 


Tamara Gonzalez 


#12 


Allysia Bailey 


#21 


Keshia Brown 


#22 


Kristi Landers 


#23 


Simone Ryan 


#30 


Ashley Whitmore 


#32 


Joy Ford 


#34 


Stephanie Martin 


#55 


Danielle Spencer 




Assistant Coach: 




Kyle Heixing 




Graduate Assistant: 




C'Kala Humes 




Managers: 




Rebekah Mason 




Chaquaila Gaten 




Tiffany Begin 




Allysia Bailey running 

a play during one of 

the Lady Bulldogs 

games. 



Sweat plus sacrifice equals 

success. 

-Charlie Finley 



Wrestling 



Bulldogs 




During the Bulldogs' season 
they were ranked 1 2th 
nationally and five grapplers 
were ranked individually. The 
Bulldogs have been ranked 
anywhere from No. 10-14 in 
six of the seven coaches poll. 



Bulldogs 
Head Coach: 
Jarad Swint 



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Mikey Davis claimed 
third place at the 53rd 
Annual NAIA 
Nationals. He was also 
named as a 2010 All- 
American 



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David Graham 


William .Scheve 




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Noah Hunt 


Andrew Shoultz 


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Andrew Blackwell 


Ryan .McKcn/.ie 


Matthew Stanfield 




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Anthony Mclillo 


BJ .Stewart 




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Eric Mct/.lcr 


Kyle .Studer 




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Adam Meyers 


Justin Virtue 




amcs Casadaban 


Trey Meyers 


David Wicse 




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Eddie Ortiz 


Assistant (Joach: 




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Jordan Powers 


Joey Sinicoc 




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Bradley Rogers 


Volunteer Coach: 




can Ford 


Nick Sasfy 


Mike Swift 




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Zach Shclton 


(iraduate Assistant: 








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It's shocking how little there is to do with 

Tennis when you're just thinking about 

nothing except winning every point. 

-Andre Agassi 



Bulldogs Head 

Coach: Bill 

McCormick 



Tennis 



Bulldogs 



Men's Tennis: 

Cumberland won a pair of doubles matches, including 
one in a tiebreaker. 



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Women's Tennis: 

[Cumberland split the doubles point and lost a pair of 

completed singles matches. 




Women's Roster 



Name: 

Emily Jacobs 

Amber Johnson 

Bea-Mompo-Rebaque 

Julia Malyavko 

Courtney Schaub 

Graduate Assistant: 

Natasha Wang 



~~Teimis belongsToThe 
individualistic past- a hero, 
or at most a pair of friends, 

against the world. 

-Jacques Barzum 



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Men's Roster 



Name: 

Na'im Azhar 

Mike Easier 

Devin Crotzer 

Jeremy Fleming 

Christhian 

Hernandez 

Felipe Oliveira 

Roger Phantanek 

Assistant Coach: 

Felipe Novello 




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Never let the fear of striking out 

keep you from playing the 

game. 

-Author Unknown 



Lady Bulldogs 



The Ladv Bulldoss finished the year with a 20-30 mark. 




The Lady Bulldogs 

huddle before the 

start of a new inning. 



Lady 
Bulldogs 
Head Coach: 
Heather 
Stanfdl 




Baseball 



Bulldogs 



THE 2010 NAIA NATIONAfo 

CHAMPIONS, 

CU BULLDOGS!!! 

The Bulldogs ended the season 58-9 and won 28 
of their final 29 games of the year, including five 
straight to claim the World Series title for the 
first time since 2004. 

Senior Kris Miller earned Most Valuable Player 
honors. Greg Appleton, Sam Kikla, Matt 
Greener, David Fanshawe, Troy Frazier, and 
Aaron Wilkerson were named to the 2010 
Avista-NAIA World Series All Tournament 
Team. Also, Seniors Matt Greener, Troy Frazier, 
Kris Miller, and Shawn Schafer were all named 
1st Team All-Americans by the NAIA. 
Greener was voted NAIA Player of the Year. 
On behalf of all the faculty, staff, and students 
we would like to say Congrats to Coach Woody 
Hunt and the CU Baseball team for all of their 
accomplishments in the 2010 season!!! 





2010 NAIA 



Bulldogs Head 

Coach: Woody 

Hunt 



Celebration 

The 2010 Baseball team celebrating after the parade the 
Lebanon community coordinated for them being the 2010 
NAIA National Champions 



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A Champion's Autograph 

Several of the Baseball players signing autographs after 
the Champions parade. 





Above: 

Robert Post throwing the 
ball during one of the 
Bulldogs home games. 



NAIA Coach of the Year 

Coach Woody Hunt was 
named the 2010 NAIA 
Coach of the Year. 



Left: 

Coach Woody Hunt 
before one of the 
Bulldogs home games. 



Doster 



1 Jason Frost #14 

2 Ryan Critchelow #15 

4 DaveWeyer #16 

5 T.J. Murphy #17 
7 Kris Miller #18 
B Aaron Wilkerson #19 
9 GregAppleton #21 
lOAdam Sprague #22 
IIEricVeletoe #23 
13 Brian Karahalios #24 



Daniel Kern #25 

Jesse Bowman #26 
Shawn Schaefer #27 
Max Kautz #28 

Keith Kirby #29 

Troy Frazier #30 
Luke Whittaker #32 
Matt Greener #34 
Matt Vance #35 

Derrick Hanvood #36 



David Fanshawe #37 
Robert Post #38 
Danny Gallinot #41 
Ben Foster #44 

Matt McFarland 
Peter Taraskevich 
Sam Kikia 
Briggs Dixson 
Daniel Harrison 
Brett Schultz 



Anthony Hopkins 
Logan Neal 
Christian Jennings 
Adrian Mull 
Paul Boals Jr. 
Brent Boyd 
Matt Burke 
Cody Cantrell 
Kirk Cathey 
Jessie Coe 



Brandon Coney 
Jordan Dennis 
Justin Fann 
Craig Gann 
Jordan Gooch 
Brandon Goodman 
Nolan Gray 
Josh Green 
Terry Grimes 
Brian Hoff 



Chase Hudson 
Ross Hudson 
Jeremy Hunley 
Justin Johnston 
Cody Liddle 
Evan Sharp 
Ross Strong 
Jimmy Van Buren 





"A successful team is a group 
of many hands but of one 

mind." 

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"The secret is to work less as individuals and 

more as a team. As a coach, I play not my 

eleven best, but my best eleven." 

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The Cumberland University Student 
Leadership Academy provides an 
opportunity for emerging and experienced 
student leaders to enhance their college 
experience by actively engaging them in 
learning basic and advanced leadership 
skills. The CUSLA seeks to foster 
collaboration between campus departments, 
faculty and staff members, community 
members, and student organizations to 
develop a conference that facilitates 
intellectual, professional, personal, and 
spiritual growth. 



In 2009, the Leadership Academy explored 
Jim Kouzes and Barry Posner's Student 
Leadership Challenge model and learned 
strategies that would assist student leaders 
as they model the way, inspire a shared 
vision, challenge the process, enable others 
to act, and encourage the heart. As the 
capstone project of the conference, the 
students participated in a service project 
with Southern STARRS, a therapeutic 
horseback riding organization. 




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Welcome week is a time when all classmen are 
ushered in for an e\'entful week that prepares 
ever\-one for an exciting year to foUow. This year 
was iiUed with many new and creative events that 
allowed e\'en more student participation. Ultimatel)' 
it is about makina; and cherishino; those memorable 
moments between family and firiends. 





Here at Cumberland, Student Life department 
work deligently to welcome students back to the 
campus in the best way possible. This year, events 
included: Movie on the Lawn, Organizational Fair, 
Louisianna Crawfish Boil, Freshman Orrientation, 
Convocation and a Slip-N-Slide in the quad. The 
first week was a huge success thanks to Student Life 
and their committment to our University. 



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Left: Rascal welcomes 
students to another fun year 
atCU! 



Right: Students participate in 
the dunking booth that was 
set up with fellow students as 
well as staff members. 





Left: Students 
enjoy seeing 
friends again 
after the 
summer break. 
Right: A long 
line develops as 
everyone 
patiently waits to 
eat during the 
Welcome 
Week's 
Crawfish Boil. 



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Anthony 

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Night" in 

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Chapel. 



Left: Staff member, Jason 
Brewer, participated in the 
dunking booth, giving students 
the opportunity of a lifetime! 



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Fall Fun Fest is an inviting 
atmosphere for children to 
enjoy the Halloween season 

at a safe place. Fall Fun 
Fest is sponsered by STEA 
every year on Cumberland 

University's campus. The 
student organizations 

donate candy and set up 
tables for the children. It is 
an event that is open to all 
surrounding communites. 





Above: The Athletic Training students pose 
for the camera before passing out candy to 
the trick or treaters. 



Left: Some of the trick or treaters 
showing off their costumes. 



Right: The ladies of Divas with a Purpose 
are excited to help out with the annual 

festival. 



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Above: Abby O'Guin 
in her faii7 costume 
during Fall Fun Fest. 



Left: Keeley Locke and 
Juan Torres pass out 
candy at the Student 
Government 
Association. 



- Children from all over come out to 
Fall Fun Fest! 

- There are fun giveaways to the 
child with the best costume. 

- The Lebanon 
community also helps 
during the event by 
donating candy. 



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"Casino Night". The event is hosted by SAB and 
allows students the opportunity to come and 
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Big Dawg is an all Male Pageant that is held 
on campus to determine who is the Big Dawg 
on campus. The student organizations, 
faculty, and staff select a representative for 
the contest. 

This year the contestants had four 
categories to represent themselves 
in. The categories were: Casual, 
Celebrity Look - a - Like, 
Sportswear, and Formal Wear. Big 
Dawg is a fun event were the 
contestants are able to show off 
their personalities and talents. 
This year's winner of Big Dawg was 
Gabe Gamadamis, representing 
FCA. The 1st runner up was Justin 
Bradford, representing staff and the 
2nd runner up was Dr. Rex, 
representing Faculty. 
The winner of Big Dawg has a duty 
to crown the winner of 
Homecoming. 

Overall, Big Dawg is an entertaining 
event for students, faculty, and staff. 




Speacial Moments 

Above: Dr. Rex plays 
his violin during the 
Talent segment of Big 
Dawg. 

Belovif: Rachel 
Scoggins smiles for 
the camera. 





The Interview 

All the contestants 
of Big Dawg wait to 
answer their 
interview question 
during Big Dawg. 



Top J Winners 

The top 3 winners of 

Big Dawg were Justin 

Bradford representing 

CU Staff, Gabe 

Gamadamis 

representing FCA, 

was the 2009 Big 

Dawg winner and Dr. 

Rex representing CU 

Faculty. 



Just Dance 

Gat Gentry representing 

Kappa Sigma dancing 

during one of the 

sections during Big 

Dawg. 




Show Your Talent 

Olivia Lawson and 
contestant Mark Gibson 
(representing SAB) sing a 
duet together during Big 
Dawg. 



Dance Dance 

Michael Moore showed 
his school spirit at Big 
Dawg by participating in a 
dance off competition. 




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Justin Bradford showing 
which celebrity he best 
represents. 




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Homecoming offers an opportunity to reconnect 

with classmates, friends, faculty and staff. It's 

time to reminisce about the good times in the 

past, but also look forward to the exciting times 

ahead. 

Every Homecoming each organization selects a 

representative to run for Homecoming Queen. 

This year there were 19 ladies running to be 

crowned Homecoming Queen. 

Mallory Cook representing Student Nursing 

Association was the 2009 Homecoming Queen. 

% § Rachel MuUins representing Baptist Collegiate 

^'^'^inistries was 1st runner-up, Gloria Caples was 

^A \ 2nd runner-up representing Divas with a 

Purpose, Tracy Smallwood representing 

Volleyball was 3rd runner-up and Sabrina Garrett 

representing Sigma Tau Delta was 4th runner-up. 

Homecoming is a tradition that connects the 

generation of Cumberland University students by 

Honoring the Past and Living for the Future. 




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(4th Runner-Up), f?achel Mullins (1st Runner-Up). Mallory 
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1. Savannah Armstrong riding 
in tlie 2009 parade. She is 
representing Alpha Phi Sigma. 

2. Omega Psi Phi Alumni grilling 
out at Homecoming 

3. Rocl< Climbing A few of the 
Softball players rock climb during 
the Homecoming festivities. 

4. Pose for the Camera A few of 
the football players pose for the 
camera during pre-Homecoming 
events. 

5. Tracy Smallwood shows off 
her rain boots during a rainy 
Homecoming day. 



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Kappa Sigma and Alpha 
Omicron Pi joined together to 
build a wonderful float for the 
2009 Homecoming Parade. The 
float was entitled CU Opens 
doors and it showcased the 
different Schools that are 
represented at CU. 



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Game Day Walk 

The 2009-2010 
Football Team 
walks to the field 
before the 
Homecoming 
Game. 



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Journey Through 
The Decades was this 
year's Homecoming 
theme. Each 
Homecoming. CU has 
special events for 
students, faculty, 
alumni, and friends. 



Some of the events 
included: Big Dawg, Movie 
on the Lawn, Spirit Rally, 
Homecoming Parade and 
Tailgating. This 
Homecoming added a new 
tradition by having a Game 
Day walk for the CU 
football team before the 



Homecoming game. As 
seen in the photo above, 
the football team walked 
down to Lindsey Donnell 
Stadium as fans cheered 
them on. 




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Cumberland University's 
2010 Comingliome Court 




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Connecting the Past with the Future 

Cominghome offers an opportunity to 

reconnect with classmates, friends, faculty 

and staff. It is a time to remember the 

good times in the past, but also look 

forward to the exciting times ahead. 

During Cominghome, each organization 

selects a representative to run for 

Cominghome King. This year there were 12 

gentlemen running for the title of 

Cominghome King. 

Drew Jackson representing Student Nurses 

Association was the 2009 Cominghome 

King. Drew Jennings representing Baptist 

Collegiate Ministries and Michael 

Hagewood representing Divas with a 

Purpose tied for 1st runner-up. Gabe 

Gamadamis representing Fellowship for 

Christian Athletes was 2nd runner-up. 

Richard Johnson representing Phi Beta 

Lambda was 3rd runner-up. 



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The Phoenix Players present one 
performance each semester. 
Below is a picture from the Fall 
production "The Tender Trap." 



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actors and actresses who perform 
in a wide variety of plays each fall 
and spring semester. Additionally 
they perform a spring musical. 
There is a great deal of effort that 
goes into the productions to 
portray a story on stage for 
audiences to enjoy. 



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on the book of Matthew 
from the Bible. It was 
written so that everyone 
could understand the text 
and the message that is 
within it. 




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Inaugural easter egg 

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Cumberland University is an institution ttiat has 
strived for yeors to not only bring the student body 
together as one, but the community as well. This 
year the Student Government Association brought 
to the campus the Inaugural Easter Egg Pest for 
students and members of the community to partake 
in. The event showed one of the biggest outcomes 
seen since the "Fall Fun Fest," Student organizations 
were set up throughout the quod to help the 
children participate in games and activities and of 
course, an easter egg hunt. The event proved to be 
successful with even the Easter Bunny" attending as 
well OS long time friend and mascot, ""Rascal." 
Faculty, staff, and members of the community came 
out in droves to support the event bringing 
everyone they knew. Ice cream was served to 
participants to "beat the heat."' 



The Student Government Association, as well as 
Student Services, worked diligently to prove to the 
community that we are one big family and after the 
event was finished, reached that gaol. Without the 
students participation, the event would never hove 
been as successful as it was. After many years of 
giving back to the community, Cumberland and the 
students once again proved that we are here to 
stay. This event is definetely one that CU, as well as 
the community, will remember and enjoy for years 
to come. 




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LEFT: Rascal and the 
Easter Bunny decide 
to take a break from 
greeting members of 
THE Easter egg Fest 

FOR A "family 

portrait"! 



Left: Students help participants with o sack race to occupy time 
before the Easter Egg Hunt! Such events included a moon bounce, 
sack race, and spoon race. Winners of each race were awarded a 
prize from Student Government Association (SGA) and Student 
Services, 




Dr. Cobb sharing 3 story behind the rock 
garden at "Earth Da/. 




En/in Young, Cordero Rowland, and Kelsea 
Fordham posing for the camera at the "After 
Clow Party." 




Khsten Cray making a silly face. 




Zackery Ducker and Da'juan Manning playing 
cornhole during"Wing&. Things." 

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The End of the Year Blowout is an time when students can get 

together and have fun. CU has a week called Spring Fling Week 

(hosted by SAB) where students can participate in various events 

and take time away from studying to enjoy the festivities. Here are a 

few pictures from the 2009-2010 school year of Spring Fling and 

End of the Year Blowout 



Some of the Softball players at this years 'End of the Year Blowout" Event. 



Mercedes Martinez, Crystal Jones, Danielle 
Spencer. Ashley Whitmore, and Robin Monet 
taltinga picture after the student Easter Egg 
Hunt. 



Jake Hooker recruiting for SAB at this 
year's "End of the Year Blowout." 




Some students btving » bliit it the 
Aer ^owptny. 



BowPortkerd getting iUttoodone 
during thii yean 'End of the Year 
Blowout.' 



The winners of the 2010 Easter Egg 
Hunt '.howing off their winning^. 



Some of the women's basketball players at 
this years "Wing & Things" Event. 



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Make-up Time 

A few of the ladies put make up 
on the male students during a 
competition at the Spirit Rally. 



Step Team 

Danielle Spencer is in form 

before the Step Team 

performs at this year's Spirit 

Rally. 




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Cumberland gives students 
an opportunity to have fun, 
show off their personahties, 
and be themselves. Here 
are a few pictures of 
students having fun at 
different events through- 
out the 2009-2010 school 



year. 




Moments that were 
captured at CU that made 
you SMILE!!! 



Moment* von will alwavs remember aL Cumberland. 



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Senior Soccer player are spotlighted for 

their continued effort. 

Anthony Allen hosting the Spring Spirit 

Rally. 

Josh Brandon gets in form during the Step 

Teams perfomance at this year's Spirit 

Rally. 

Students play musical chairs at the Spirit 

Rally. 

Students observing the Spirit Rally. 




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People may change throughout time. Things may develop. New_ 
advancements may come up. But this dosn't mean that 
everything changes. In one way or another things from then 
and now connect. All of our teachers here at Cumberland have 
experienced college the same way we have this year. Even if the_ 
times change, we all have in common the spirit that 
Cumberland University brings us that lasts a life 



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The Phoenix players held 

many plays this past year 

which showcased student's I 

different talents. Nicholas I 

Williams, Charley Hodge, 

and Martin Cooper are 

caught in a scene from 

"The Foreigner". 

Students participated 

in a community 

service opportunity 

at Southern Starrs 

over the summer to 

help the facility 

prepare for their 

upcoming season. 







Heather Tanner posed 

with Rascal and the 

Easter Bunny during 

the SGA's Inaugural 

Easter Egg Hunt 



Ben King, Derrick 

Wilson, Tracy 

Smallwood, Amanda 

Adcock and Amanda 

Twomey waiting 

patiently for graduation 

to begin. 




Competition drove these 
students to be their best as 
they participated in the 
dizzy bat race. Onlookers 
could not stop laughing as 
the hijinks ensued! 



Sarah-Beth Foote having 

a blast at the "After Glow 

Party", playing Laser 

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by .Student Activities 

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rousing success. 



Erin Pierce hosted 
jthe Valentine's Day 

event while Sarah- 
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Farewell My Friend 

It was beautiful as long as it lasted 

The journey of my life. 

I have no regrets whatsoever 

save the pain I'll leave behind. 

Those dear hearts who love and 

care... 
And the strings pulling at the heart 

and soul... 

The strong arms that held me up 

When my own strength let me down. 

At every turning of my life I came 

across good friends, 

Friends who stood by me, 

Even when the time raced me by. 

Farewell, farewell my friends 

I smile and bid you goodbye. 

No, shed no tears for I need them 

not 

All I need is your smile. 

If you feel sad do think of me 

for that's what I'll like when you live 

in the hearts 

of those you love, remember then 

you never die. 

~ Rabindranath Tagore 



Linda 
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