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OPENING . . . STUDENTS 
A&T'S BEAM OF LIGHT 




TABLE OF CONTENTS 



OPENING 1 

Chancellor 

Deans 

Central Administration 
Staff 

Extra-Class Activities 

Senior Class 

Organizations 
THEME 33 

Extra-Class Activities 

Organizations 

Class Officers 

Who's Who 




THEME 71 

Extra-Class Activities 

Conference 
ADMINISTRATION & 

CHAIRPERSONS .. 147 

Support Staff 

Extra-Class Activities 
HOMECOMING 189 

Miss A&T/Coronation 

Parade 

Founders' Day 

Queens & Escorts 




SPORTS 209 

Football 

Basketball 
EXTRA-CLASS 

ACTIVITIES 217 

ORGANIZATIONS .... 239 

Classes . . . Freshmen, 
Sophomores, Juniors 

STUDENT LIFE 273 

INDEX 320 



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NORTH CAROLINA AGRICULTURAL 

AND TECHNICAL 

STATE UNIVERSITY 

GREENSBORO 



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DR. EDWARD B. FORT 
CHANCELLOR 



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SCHOOL DEANS 




Dr. Dorothy P. Barnett 
School of Education 



Dr. Quiester Craig 
School of Business and Economics 



Dr. Meada Gibbs 
Graduate Studies 




Dr. Daniel Godfrey 
School of Agriculture 



Dr. A. James Hicks 
College of Arts and Sciences 



Dr. Beverely Malone 
School of Nursing 





Dr. Harold Martin 
School of Engineering 



Dr. Earl Yarbrough 
School of Technology 



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CENTRAL ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF 




Vice Chancellor for 

Academic Affairs, 

Dr. Edward J. Hayes 



Vice Chancellor for 

Business & Finance, 

Mr. Charles C. Mclntyre 



Vice Chancellor for Development & 
University Relations, 
Dr. Norman W. Handy 




Vice Chancellor for Research & 

Sponsored Pro-ams 

Dr. Earnestine Psalmonds 



Vice Chancellor for 

Student Affairs, 
Sullivan A. Welborne, Jr. 



Special Assistant to the Chancellor 

for Administrative Affairs, 

Dr. Dorothy J. Alston 




Special Assistant to the Chancellor 

for Legal Affairs, 

Mr. Benjamin E. Rawlins 



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STUDENTS: A&T'S BEAM OF LIGHT 




Quality is diluted in the very effort to perpetuate the efforts of students. In perspectives of 
time, we have seen a phenomenal development in the actions of students. Our wrorth is now 
little questioned, we are established as A&T's beam of light. 




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SENIOR CLASS 



Jarvis Alexander 

Montque Alford 

Stephen Allen 

Maurice Alston 

Chris Alves 



Khawaja Ahmed 

Tanjuria Anderson 

Serese Aranha 

Fericka Artis 

Nicole Artis 



Donald Armstrong 

Kenya Armstrong 

Eunika Autrey 

Prentice Autry 

Keith Badga 



Kenneth Bailey 

Sheryl Baker 

Tonya Baldwin 

Darius Bannerman 

Frederick Barnes 



Lowell Bass, III 

Earl Beasley 

Tonya Bell 

Leroy Bell 

Veronica Bellinger 



Tawanna Benbow 

Sonia Bennerson 

Shelisa Best 

Anissa Biedsoe 

Rodney L. Boone 



Tanya Boone 

Vaughn Thornton Boone 

Jamie Bradsher 

Natalie Branch 

Kimberly Braxton 




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SENIOR CLASS 




Steffani Bristow 
Carlton Brooks 
Nigel Brooks 
Rosalyn Brooks 
Cicely Brown 



Eric Brown 
Rudolph Brown 
Tara Bruce 

Lakeisha Bryant 
Peggy Buck 



Keemya Bullard 
Garlon Bunn 
Shea Burns 
Gregory Bush 
Timothy Butler 



Seth Byers 
LaQuitta Bynum 
Lewis Byrd 
Monica Cable 
Ingrid Campbell 



Dawn Campbell 
Renee Campbell 
Felicia Caple 
Christopher Cash 
Tyrone Cathcart 



DeShawn Chapman 
Carlotta M. Chambers 
Courtney Chavis 
Brian Cheek 
Sherri Chisolm 



Margie Childers 
Celena Clark 
Michael Cleveland 
Tiffany Clinkscale 
Charli'e Clifton, Jr. 






SENIOR CLASS 



Christopher Cobb 

Deanna Cofield 

Tina Collins 

Denise Cole 

Tara Cole 



Darius Cone 

Anthony Cook 

Michelle Cooper 

Youlanda Corniffe 

Kimberly Corpening^ 



Jerry Corum, Jr. 

Sign'id Coulthurst 

Cherry Creecy 

Deanna Daney 

Sonlia Darden 



Tanja Darden 

Cynthia Davis 

Samuel Davis 

Sonya David 

Yamika Dawns 



Shauna Debick 

Rhonda Debnam 

Schameka Degraffenreidt 

Tonya Degrraffenreidt 

Marey R. Delk 



Patrick Donald 

Robert Duckworth 

Trina Dumas 

Angela Dunlap 

Kishia Dunlap 



Nigel Edgarton 

Lakesha Eakins 

Alex Ellis 

Terry Emehel 

Barbara Evans 




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Jaronda Evans 
Sonia Evans 
Cherry Fields 
Vanessa Fields 
Sonja Finley 



Katrina Fisher 
Jeffery Fleming 
Marlon Fletcher 
Angela Ford 
LaShonna Ford 



Gladys Forster 
Jeanene Foy 
Velinda Freeman 
William Fuller 
Lanetta Fulp 



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Lamecia Eaddy 
Christie Gardner 
Thomas Garner 
Michael Garret 
LaDaniel Gattling, II 



Dianne Gavin 
Shantea Gentry 
Tandra Gill 
Misti Gilliam 
Reginald Gilchrist 



Deline Glover 
Phyllis Goins 
Demetria Goode 
Daryn Gomes 
Kesha Grades 



Connie L. Gray 
Sonja Greene 
Chekeitha Graves 
Patricia Hall 
Vernon Hall 



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Cheryl Hargraves 

Daryl Harrington 

Dawn Harris 

Marquita Harris 

Angle Harshaw 



Natasha Harvey 

Shante Harvey 

Simone Hawks 

Lewyn Hayes 

Charles Helms 



Beverly Henderson 

Beverly K. Henderson 

Walter R. Henderson 

Martina Hendon 

Melvin Herring 



Tike Heshimu 

Maria Hicks 

Anthony Hall 

Nicole Hinden 

Kara Hodge 



LaKisha Hodge 

Cynthia Holland 

Sharon Holley 

Jodi Holloway 

Robert Holt 



Maurice Hood 

Bambang Hermanton 

Catina Horton 

Taniara Houston 

Kendra Howard 



Natio Hussain 

Michelle Hyman 

Jacqueline Jackson 

Rhoda K. Jacobs 

Cynthia Jamerson 



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SENIOR CLASS 




Floy Jenne 
Allan Johnson 
Daman Johnson 
Gwendolyn Johnson 
Kimberly Johnson 



Gina Jones 
Jamelia Jones 
William Kearney 
Kenneth Kelly 
Michael Kellv 



Anna Kenion 
Ronald Kil^ore, Jr. 
Thomas Kirkley 
Roslyn Kirkpatrick 
Stevan Knox 



Darlene Koonce 
Sheena Lambert 
Abram Lang, Jr. 
Ingram Land 
Ronald L. Leak. Jr. 



Deborah Ledbetter 
Tiffany LeFlore 
Scott Lewis 
Michele Lewis 
Shawn Lilly 



Cherie Lipscomb 
LoLynda Little 
Shannon Lloyd 
Eric Lockett 
Roosevelt Long, Jr. 



Travis Lucas 
Akbar Majeed 
LaYvonne Martin 
Dawn Massey 
William Mayo 



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SENIOR CLASS 



Devin Melvin 

Tara T. Melvin 

Verdell Michaux. Jr. 

Renita Miller 

Imari Miles 



Shafiq Mohammad 

Darnell Moore 

Tonya Moore 

Todd Morehead 

John Morris 



LaShawn Morton 

Ericika McCollum 

Carolyn McCuUough 

Robin McDowney 

Vernon McHam, Jr. 



Ural McKnight 

Cheryl McKoy 

Katyna McLean 

Vanita McLean 

Vanessa McLeod 



Kimberly McNair 

Sean McNeil 

Kimya Nance 

Wanda Neal 

Andre Nelson 



Ekiti N. Nichols 

Frankie Ore 

Tonya O'Neal 

Kimberly O'Neil 

Angela Pace 



Carl Paige 

Kim Page 

Ruth Palmer 

Ellen Palmer 

Jonathan Parker 



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SENIOR CLASS 




Forrest Parker 
Thomas Parks, Jr. 
Mirian Parker 
Albert Parsaribu 
Melva Peed 



Heather Pender 
Dahha Peterson 
Tiffani Philhps 
LaShonn Pinkney 
Reggie Pitts 



Ron Pompey 
John Ponder. II 
Torey Powell 
Kimberly Presley 
Angela Ramey 



Karin Randolph 
Christopher Ramsby 
Cathy Reed 
Wanda Reynolds 
Brenda Richards 



Flourice Richardson 
James Richardson 
Tamara J. Richardson 
Paul Richardson 
Shawanda Riddick 



Shantella Riggsbee 
Robert Robinson, III 
Doris Robinson 
rharles Robinson 
Kimberly Rollins 



Erik Roberts 
Vangela Rouse 
Karen Roberson 
Kimberly Roberson 
Quenton Rodgers 



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SENIOR CLASS 



Avis Rorie 

Tammie Rorie 

Regionald Rucker 

Robert Rule 

LaKesha Russell 



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Kim Sappard 

Benjamin Saunders, Jr. 

Kimberly Scales 

Joanne Scales 

Troy Scarborough 



Maia Scott 

John Scott 

John Scott 

Bryan Sewell 

Anne Shaver 



Ashki Shropshire 

Jerrod Siddle 

Cheryl Simmons 

Jewel Singleton 

LaTrina Slade 



Monica Smith 

Lori Smith 

Alecia Smith 

Jancalle Smith 

Kelley Smith 



Ian J. Solomon 

Derrick Southerland 

Sharon Spinks 

Eric Spruill 

Stephanie Stroud 



Tanya Steaten 

Alicia Steele 

Antoine Steward 

Crystal Stradford 

Sandra Street 



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SENIOR CLASS 




Alyce Sutton 
Trevia Sutton 
Tiffany Suber 
Stapleton Tabb 
LaDonna Taylor 



Jemarn B. Thorpe 
Melissa Threadg^ll 
Karen Tilley 
Helen Thomas 
Squire Thomas 



Stephanie Thomas 
Mark Thomas 
Terri Thomas 
Natasha Thompson 
Robin Thompson 



Tommy Totten 
Twanna L. Torain 
Christina Townsell 
Shvdia Trotter 
Nikki Tucker 



David C. Turner 
Lenita Umstead 
Steven P. Vann 
Dexter Vaughn. Jr. 
Hope Wall 



Tanya Wall 
Alfreda Walls 
Bennie Walker, Jr. 
LaDonna Watkins 
Brad Watkins 



Lewis Watson 
Robin Watson 
Cassandra Warr 
Sean Washington 
Tonia Wellons 



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SENIOR CLASS 



Mischelle Wharton 

Karyn White 

Tatia White 

Pamela White 

Aisha Withers 



Tonya Withers 
Sonja Withers 

Deborah Wiley 

Gloria Witiker 

John Wilhite 



Rolanda Williams 
Theresa Williams 
Frances Williams 
Linda Williams 
Leanna Williams 



Rosalind Williams 

Ava Williams 

Alan Williamson 

Germaine Wilson 

Deidre Wilson 



Tarsha Winston 

Sandra Woodard 

LaKeshia Woods 

T. Wooten 

Timothy Woods 




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A&T REGISTER/EDITORIAL BOARD 




DAMEON WILLIAMS 
EDITORIAL ARTIST 



To Our Readers 

The newspaper you know to- 
day as the A&T Register began 100 
years ago when Dr. John O. Crosby, 
A&T's first presidentrecommended 
to the Board of Trustees that A&T 
publish a small college paper. 

The recommedation was ap- 
proved by the board and $50 was 
appropriated for the first edition in 
1893. The first edition was printed 
in 1894 as the Agricultural and 
Mechanical Register and was a 
montly publication. 

As the Register staff grew, so 
did its commitment to the Aggie 
community. In the 1970s and 1980s 
the newspaper held the distinction 
of being the only black college 



newspaper in the nation to publish 
a bi-weekly. 

Over the years, the A&T Reg- 
ister has attempted to serve as the 
eyes and ears of the University. 
This year, as we celebrate our 1 00th 
year anniversary, we will continue 
to uphold the motto that the paper 
was given at its beginning, "Com- 
plete Awareness for Complete 
Commitment." 

We appreciate 100 years of 
Aggie support and as we begin a 
new century, we pledge to con- 
tinue to provide you with the best 
and most interesting newspaper we 



can. 



The 1993-94 Editorial Board 

Advisor, Ms. Frances Ward) 




ARCHIE CLARK 
ASSISTANT TO SPORTS EDITOR 



APRIL DILLARD 
ADVERTISING MANAGER 



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SENIORS L-R: DENISE RICHARDSON, KEITH 
BULLARD, WILL SIMS, TROY SCARBOROUGH 



SENIORS L-R: TAWANNA BENBOW WILI 
SIMS, KEITH BULLARl 



SENIORS L-R: KEITH BULLARD. WILL SIM.S 

DENISE RICHARDSON, TROY 

SCARBOROUGH, TAWANNA BENBOW 



KEITH BULLARD, TROY SCARBOROUGH, 
DENISE RICHARDSON 



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DENISE RICHARDSON. ALL ACTORS LISTED 
ON PAGE 18 WERE NOMINATED TO 
COMPETE FOR THE IRENE RYAN ACTING 
COMPETITION AT THE REGIONAL HELD AT 
CLEMSON UNIVERSITY. "FREEMAN- 
OPENED NOVEMBER 6-8 IN HARRISON 
AUDITORIUM. DIRECTOR: FRANKIE DAY. 



RICHARD B. HARRISON PLAYERS "BLACK 
NATIVITY" by LANGSTON HUGHES 



RICHARD B. HARRISON PLAYERS 



RICHARD B. HARRISON PLAYERS 
DIRECTOR: SAM HAY AND CHAIRPERSON, 
SPEECH COMMUNICATIONS & THEATRE 
ARTS 



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>V1/«KETING 

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AMERICAN MARKETING ASSOCIATION 




Wiggins and Jerry Hill. n^iiuy wdiion, uexter vaugh, Jr., lony Ihompson, Lisa Hinton, Ronnie Morrison, Joel 




FUTURE 
"MARKETEERS" 



L-R: STAVON KNOX, 
VICE PRESIDENT OF 
ADVERTISING AND 
PROMOTIONS, DEX- 
TER VAUGHN, JR., 
VICE PRESIDENT OF 
MEMBERSHIP,ANNA 
ANITA HUNT, PRES- 
IDENT, COURTNEY 
CHAVIS, INTERIM 
VICE PRESIDENT, 
COMMUNICATIONS, 
JERRY HILL, IN- 
TERIM VICE PRES- 
IDENT OF FINANCE, 
AND CONSWELLA 
COBB, VICE PRES- 
IDENT. NOT PIC- 
TURED, WANDA 
REYNOLDS, IN- 
TERIM VICE PRES- 
IDENT OF PRO- 
GRAMS. 




EXECUTIVE 
BOARD 



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ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA SORORITY, INC. 




L-R: Maria Hicks. Shantae Gentry. Tasha Fisher. 
Tern Thomas, Tomikko Evans, Ofivia Boone, 
Sherri Chisolm, Chandra Walton, Tara cole. 
Akilah Lowery, Cynthia Holland, Kim Musgrrave, 
Cidly Brown, Doris Robinson and Mava Peed. 



THE LADIES OF ALPHA PHI CH.APTER OF 
ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA SORORITY. 
INCORPORATED •■1908" 



THIS IS A VERY SERIOUS MATTER! 



LADIES OF DISTINCTION . 



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BETA EPSILON CHAPTER OF 
ALPHA PHI ALPHA FRATERNITY, INC, 




BROTHERS OF THE BETA EPSILON CHAPTER 




Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity 
Inc., The first intercollegiate 
Greek letter fraternity es- 
tablished for Black college 
students, was organized at Cor- 
nell University, Ithaca, New 
York in 1906. The first unit of 
this national fraternity, or- 
ganized by college men of Afro- 
American descent, was called 
Alpha Chapter. The seven 
visionary founders at Cornell, 
Henry Arthur Callis, Charles 
Chapman, Eugene K. Jones, 
George Kelly, Nathaniel 
Murray, Robert Ogle and Vert- 
ner Tandy, labored in the year 
of severe economic struggle 
and racial conflict in the United 
States. 

Beta Epsilon Chapter, the local 
satellite of Alpha, continues to 
keep ALPHA PHI ALPHA, 
FIRST OF ALL, BLACK 
GREEKS. 




OFFICERS OF BETA EPSILON CHAPTER 



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ESCORT SERVICE 
STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION 




AWARD WINNING 

NORTH CAROLINA A&T STATE UNIVERSITY 

FELLOWSHIP GOSPEL CHOIR 




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AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF 
CHEMICAL ENGINEERS 




A.I.C.E. OFFICERS AND COMMITTEE CHAIRPERSONS L-R: Lance Guy - 
President, Dr. Gary White — Advisor, Inga James — Community Service Chair 
Chris Ransby — Vice President, Vicky Harrison — Secretary, Elana Haskins 
Fowler — Treasurer, Starr Hawthorne — Newsletter Chair 




CHRISTMAS PARTY 




MR./MISS A.I.C.E. 
BRYAN SEWELL AND STEPHANIE THOMAS 



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ALOBEAEM SOCIETY 
ALOBEAEM ACCOUNTING SOCIETY 



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The ALOBEAEM SOCIETY WAS FORMED DURING THE FALL SEMESTER OF THE 1970-1971 SCHOOL YEAR. THE ORGANIZATION WAS 
FORMED FOR THE PURPOSE OF UNITING THE STUDENTS OF NORTH CAROLINA A&T STATE UNIVERSITY ASPIRING FOR A BACHELOR 
OF SCIENCE DEGREE IN ACCOUNTING AND CERTIFICATION AS PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS. 










1993-1994 OFFICERS 

PRESIDENT 

1ST VICE PRESIDENT 

2ND VICE PRESIDENT 

RECORDING SECRETARY 

CORRESPONDING SECRETARY 

TREASURER 

MR. ALOBEAEM 

MISS ALOBEAEM 

REPORTER 

STUDENT ADVISOR 

FACULTY ADVISOR 



Robert China 

Andrea Smoot 

Nicole Mcintosh 

Sheletha Champion 

Gail Johnson 

Nikki Rogers 

Donald Foxx 

Kecia Williams 

Erica Cobbins 

Yulanda Corniffe 

Diana Robinson 



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AYANTEE YEARBOOK STAFF 
BEAM OF LIGHT 




DOROTHY I. BAILEY 
ADVISER 



JUDE OWUNI 
HEAD PHOTOGRAPHER 



CHRISTOPHER SUTTON & COMPANY 
COMMUNICATIONS 



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BETA ALPHA PSI 
ZETA SIGMA CHAPTER 




OBJECTIVE: BETA ALPHA 
PSI is a national scholastic and 
professional accounting frater- 
nity. The primary objective of 
the fraternity is to encourage 
and give recognition to scholas- 
tic and professional excellence 
in the field of accounting. This 
includes promoting the study 
and practice of accounting; pro- 
viding opportunities for self- 
development and association 
among members and practicing 
accountants, and encouraging 
a sense of ethical, social, and 
public responsibility. 



MKMBERS: L-R: William Fuller, Tamara Houston, Kimberly JoVinson, Tanya O'Neal, LaYvonne Martin, 
ii olyn McCuUough, Katrina Fisher, Shawanda Riddick, Tara Walker. 




.EXECUTIVE BOARD: L-R: Kimberly Jolinson, President, Katrina Fisher, 1st 
/ice President; Shawanda Riddick, 2nd Vice President; Tamara Houston, Report- 
ng Secretary; Tara Walker, Corresponding Secretary; Tanya O'Oneal, Treasurer; 
"arolyn McCullough, Miss Beta Alpha Psi; Dr. Highsniith-Quick, Advisor. 




1993 FALL INITIATES: L-R LaYvonne Martin, William 
Fuller 



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BETA GAMMA SIGMA 
NORTH CAROLINA A&T STATE UNIVERSITY CHAPTER 






Founded 
1913 



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OBJECTIVE 

EXECUTIVE BOARD: MRS. PERRY, 
SECRETARY: CAROLYN MCCUL- 
LOUGH, PRESIDENT: SHAWANDA 
RIDDICK, SERGEANT-ATARMS: 
TARA WALKER. VICE PRESIDENT. 



SpfM,*^?'iy^c^,^J,^ ?^J^.^^ ^^GMA IS A NATIONAL SCHOLASTIC HONOR SOCIETY DEDICATED TO 
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CHI ETA PHI 

SORORITY, INC. 

SIGMA CHI BETA 

CHAPTER 



MEMBERS: HELEN THOMAS, SONIA BENNERSON, DAWN CAMP- 
BELL, LISA HOPSON.CONSUELAFORDHAM, STEPHANIE WYATT, 
PATRICIA HALL, ALFREDA WALLS, KIMBERLY MCNAIR. NOT 
SHOWN: SONJA FINLEY AND CHERYL MCKOY. 




MOTTO: "SERVICE FOR HUMANITY" 



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COUNCIL OF 
PRESIDENTS 

L-R: KEISHA WILLIAMS. VICE PRES- 
IDENT, AKWOKWO MINES, TREAS- 
URER: GREGORY BUSH, SECRETARY: 
LANCE GUY, SHAWN E. LILLY, PRES- 
IDENT. NOT PICTURED: STEPHEN 
SHORT, PUBLICATIONS DIRECTOR: 
SHERRI CHISHOLM, PARLIAMEN- 
TARIAN. 



ECONOMICS CLUB 




RANDALL WOODS, PRESIDENT 

DR. ASSAR, ADVISOR 
EMEL JENKIN.S, SECRETARY 




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DELTA SIGMA THETA 
SORORITY, INC. 





DELTA SIGMA THETA SORORITY. INT. IS A SISTERHOOD OF COLLEGE- 
EDL GATED WOMEN COMMITTED TO PUBLIC SERVICE. A DELTA IS THERE- 
FORE. ONE WHO AFFIRMS. CONTRIBUTES. AND WORKS ACTIVELY TO 
ACHIEVE THE ORGANIZ.A.TIONAL PURPOSE OF PUBLIC SERVICE 




)FFICERS L-R: SONLIA N. DARDEN. PRESIDENT: KIMBERLY O'NEIL. RECORDING 
SECRETARY: TONIA WELLONS. PARLIAMENTARIAN: DAWS TUNSTALL. FINANCIAL 
.SECRETARY: KIMBERLY BRAXTON. CUSTODIAN: RAMONA DUNLAP, SGT.-AT-ARMS- 
•FRANCES VVTLLIAMS, CHAPLAIN. NOCOLE ALLEN. TRE.^SURER. 



MISS DELTA SIGMA THETA AND COURT L-R: 
N. ELSONYA COX. MISS ALPHA MU: SHYLLA 
TROTTER, MISS CREAM: HEATHER 
MCDANIEL, MISS CRIMSON. AKWOKWO 
HINES, MISS DELTA SIGMA THETA 



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DEDICATED TO THE 
FACULTY 

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I TECHNICAL STATE UNIVERSITY 



EDUCATION 

BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS 

GRADUATE STUDIES 

AGRICULTURE 

ARTS AND SCIENCES 

NURSING 

ENGINEERING 

TECHNOLOGY 



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It is well established that individuals commonly 
modify their behavior when it occurs in a group. 
Hats off to the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., 
for assisting with shaping the campus. 



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The Supporting Evidence in Avoiding Discouragement 

BRIGHT THINGS 
LIE AHEAD 



There's a graduation in the air, and it's 
time to cozy up to RESUME sub- 
missions. A word of caution should be 
sounded about attaining superior 
grades. Certainly earning quality 
grades is important, particularly to 



gaining admission to graduate or pro- 
fessional school. But seeking such 
grades should not be done obsessively 
in a manner that may deteriorate your 
mental health. 




Or you could ask how organizational activities 
have been influenced by internal "BIG MOUTH 
PRESSURES"? Only fools will listen to them. 



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One mifrht logically say that we have managed to 
survive without adequate financial support. En- 
meshed in the overall struggle of programs, 
students share a great deal of knowledge in the 
preparation and implementation of services in 
many areas. 




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Students are very much interested 
in computers. 




Mr. Carl Hannah is always support 
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DEMONSTRATING 
COMPETENCY IN THE 
EXAMINATION PROCEDURE 



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Good Study Habits: Failure to 
invest guarantees stagnation. 
Students continue to work 
vigorously towards graduation; 
and, for some, they are seen as 
active participants in activities 
and life of the University 
campus. 

We believe in the continual 
training program for students. 
It is hypothesized that, given 
the necessary exposure and 
opportunities, students will 
continue to focus on higher 
education in spite of economic 
conditions. 



With respect to study sessions, it has 
been demonstrated that students in- 
volved in specific assignments have 
become protective in safeguarding 
facilities and equipment in respec- 
tive areas. 




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Far beyond those with whom we 
work or whom we serve, we make 
better mature well-oriented 
students. 




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are many personal relation- It is here where standards and skills 
established. Students: A&T's of cooperation, group relationships, 
of Light. fellowship, leadership, citizenship, 

and religious experiences may be 

learned. 




There are always lines on our campus. Lines 
Here . . . Lines There . . . Lines Everywhere! If 
you go early there is a line . . . NO WIN SITU- 
ATION. 

Using the Bike for easy parking. Learn to teach 
the SYSTEM. 





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Organizations varies as widely as do the inter- 
ests of students. 

Mrs. Annie Purcell is a student supporter and 
shares positive solutions to our many concerns. 



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Manageable Spans of Control 

Constayit dieting is necessary . . . 






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The Cafeteria's large audience has 
grown and continued to remain 
strong because of its adaptability to 
changing conditions. 



John has taken time out to evaluate the 
effectiveness of the preat variety of Ban- 
quets for student organizations. 

Jonathan. President of the Freshmen 
Class, says that thinking and planning 
should be done as near as possible to the 
points of responsibiUty for performance. 
This encourages vital interest and good 
understanding of responsibilities. 






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Regardless of other abilities and 
skills, the one absolutely required 
skill for a successful relationship is 
knowing what method to use for 
finding TRUE LOVE: 

Mondrivia James focused on WNAA 
90.1 and the campus at-large during 
her photo sessions. 




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THE DETERMINANTS OF INTELLECTUAL 
AND SOCIAL COMMITMENTS. 



Relationships of Attitudes toward students, FRATERNITIES, 



AND SORORITIES . . 



Peer influence is significantly related to intellectual commitment. Activities in and 

out of the classroom provided an intellectually stimulating environment. We can 
truly say that we have received a good education at our University. 




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SOME CIVIC, SOCIAL, AND RELIGIOUS 
GROUPS 

What Does It take to Be the World's Best Student? 



Participate in On-Campus and Off-Campus Activities 



Gain a proper perspective on Education 



Properly Budget your Time 



Maintain A Positive Classroom Attitude 



Ask Questions 



Study Habits 



Reviewing 



Testing and Learning to Score High 





Self-improvement or mutual improvement was 
the emphasis of the first organized SADD Group. 

The subject of membership in the Organization 
of Students Against Drunk Drivers gave large 
attention throughout the year. 



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Exposure to experiences on a higher level of com- 
bining NY/NJ Connection has whetted the 
appetite for new achievements. 

Learning by doing has been the educational 
method throughout the year, says President 
Cheryl. 



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Confronted by choices on an ascending scale of 
values meant new accomplishments. 

Conscious identification of student interests 
gave new growth to our everyday living and 
learning. 







Encourajring essential effort by individuals and 
groups 

Interpreting high standards of achievement 
Managing Properties and Facilities 
Assisting with Coordinating Activities 
Developing and maintaining means of Com- 
munication 

Opportunity to participate in Student Activities 
Ability to assist with the discovery of 
New Resources 




Don't Worry, I believe you can walk away from 
any problem. The only person worth comparing 
yourself to is you. 

Heavy reliance is not placed on authority, but 
upon informal understanding and good-will. 



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ELECTRONICS CLUB 





DEMISE HUGHES 
PRESIDENT 



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ETA KAPPA NU ASSOCIATION 
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING HONOR 

SOCIETY 




L-R: CHARLES CLIFTON, VICE PRESIDENT: ANISA WHITFIELD, ROBERT HOLT, CASSANDRA WARR GINA SMITH SHAWN LILLY TREAS 

URER: FRANCES WILLIAMS, SECRETARY: ROBERT THOMPSON, JAMES KEARNEY, JR., DATO COMER MAURICE DOBSO^^ 

BELL, DERRICK MATHIS, TRAVIS LUCAS, PRESIDENT: ALEX HAMILTON in lumilk, raAUKiL.t. UUBbUN, CHEKIE 



FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION 




PRESIDENT, THOMAS DANIELS, VICE PRESIDENT: ANGELA PACE, SECRETARY, 
RANDI AUSTIN, TREASURER, ERICA GREEN. MEMBERS: DOROTHY RICE, DARIN 
RICHARDSON, ANTHONY JOHNSON, JANET HINES 



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FRESHMAN CLASS 
OFFICERS 




JONATHAN DOUGLAS, PRESIDENT AND AYANNA ASHA 
MOSELEY, VICE PRESIDENT SHARING IDEAS FOR UP- 
COMING PROGRAMS. 





KEISHA M. LISBON 
SECRETARY 




ANASTASHA A. TATE 
TREASURER 



JONATHAN DOUGLAS 
PRESIDENT 




TANIELLE L. ARLEDGE 
MISS FRESHMAN 



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MISS INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS 
ASSOCIATION CORONATION 





OUTGOING MISS ISA STANDS WITH CHANCELLOR FORT AND YASIR SUBEIR 
(SUDAN). 



MISS INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIA- 
TION, 1993-94, ROBERTA BOMBO LI- 
BERIA 




MISS ISA & COURT 




SHAFIQ MOHAMMAD, ISA PRESIDENT AND MRS. SHARON R. MARTIN, 
ADVISOR CONGRATULATES MISS ISA. 



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CO-OP SENIORS . . . AND FAMILY 
MEMBERS ON CAMPUS . . . AGGIES! 




FELICIA THOMPSON 
SENIOR 



AARONSON FRANKS 
SENIOR 






VERY DEAR TO 
STUDENTS! 



MRS. .UJDY KASHII) 

ASSISTANT PROGRAM DIRECTOR 

MEMORIAL UNION 




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ALPHA NU CHAPTER 
KAPPA ALPHA PSI FRATERNITY, INC 




L-R: KEN FREE, LENNY STATEN. ALAN ANDERSON, ROD \\-RIGHT, MICHAEL 
- JACKSON. TORREZ B. HARRIS, TORIAN PRIESTLY, LAURIE SCOTT, TIM ATWELL 
, SHAWN DOWTIN, ROBERT DUCKWORTH 





ROBERT C. DUCKWORTH JUNIOR GRAND VICE 
POLEMARCH OF KAPPA ALPHA PSI FRATERNITY 
INC. 



BROTHERS OF THE ALPHA NU CHAPTER WITH JUDGE HENRY E. FRYE 





THE OFFICERS OF THE ALPHA NU 
CHAPTER STRATEGUS: RODERICK, 
WRIGHT, KEEPER OF RECORDS: JACK 
ANDERSON, VICE POLEMARCH: TO- 
RIAN PRIESTLY, POLEMARCH: 
TORREZ B. HARRIS. KEEPER OF EX- 
CHEQUER: MICHAEL JACKSON, 
BOARD MEMBER: TIM ATWELL 



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KAPPA KAPPA PSI NATIONAL HONORARY 

BAND FRATERNITY 




L-R; ANTHONY CRISS, KUMANI SIMMONS, AARON BROWN, ERIC WINSTON 
JAMES RICHARDSON, ALVIS BOULDIN. ALONZO SCIPIO, ROLANDO BROWN' 
CHRIS FOWLER. RICK REID, LOWELL BASS, DARIAN WHITAKER, RASHEED 
CROMWELL, HOWARD JONES AND ERIC JAMES 





L-R: ANTHONY CRISS, ALONZO 
SCIPIO, ROLANDO BROWN, RICK 
REID, DARIAN WHITAKER, 
RASHEED CROMWELL, BRIAN 
MOSS, ANTONIO WILDER, ALVIS 
BOULDING AND SIR DRECK 
BODY 



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MEN'S COUNCIL 

EUGENE T. SMITH, PRESIDENT, MARCUS NEWMAN, VICE PRES- 
IDENT, IAN SOLOMON, DIRECTOR OF PROGRAMMING: JEROME 
LIVERMAN, TREASURER. NOT PICTURED: STEPHEN SHORT 
SECRETARY: CHARLES STEEPLETON, PARLIAMENTARIAN^ 
MANFRED JONES, DIRECTOR OF PUBLICITY 



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SOCIETY/POLITICAL SCIENCE SOCIETY 




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POLITICAL SCIENCE DEPARTMENT 

ORGANIZATIONS 

MODEL UNITED NATIONS CLUB 

HENRY E. FRYE LAW SOCIETY 

POLITICAL SCIENCE SOCIETY 



NICOLE SIMS, HENRY E. FRYE LAW SOCIETY PRES- 
IDENT, MARIA HICKS MODEL UNITED NATIONS 
CLUB PRESIDENT: KEISHA BATTLE POLITICAL 
SCIENCE SOCIETY, PRESIDENT 



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WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES 






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DESHAWN LAMONT CHAPMAN SHERRl CHISOLM 



SONLIA NICOLE DARDEN 



TERRI DAWSON 



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! CHRISTIE DIONNE GARDNER REGINALD GILCHRIST 



PATRICIA HALL 



TORREZ B. HARRIS 




I MARIA LYNN HICKS 



CYNTHIA L. HOLLAND 



KIMBERLY M. JOHNSON GWENDOLYN B. JOHNSON 



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WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES 



MICHELE Y. LEWIS 




CHERIE LIPSCOMB 



LOLYNDA K. LITTLE 



CHERYL D. MCKOY 




JOHN S. PONDER 



KARIN FAYE RANDOLPH 



KIMBERLY SHAVON 
ROBERSON 



REGINALD RUCKER 



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WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES 




NANELL SIMMONS 



LORI O. SMITH 



IAN S. SOLOMON 



ALICIA M. STEELE 




ALFREDA SIMMONS WALLS GLORIA WHITAKER 



TATIA L. WTIITE 



FRANCES R. WILLIAMS 






IN LOVING MEMORY OF A 
TRUE AGGIE 




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MICHAEL G. SANDERS 
DECEMBER 3, 1970 — JULY 26, 1993 

REMEMBERED TODAY AND ALWAYS BY HIS PARENTS WILLIE AND KARFN SANDFR'^- t^mTFR qii vm 

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CAMPUS MINISTOIES SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING. BROTHERS & SISTERS OF NEW GENERATION 

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ISA Awards Banquet 




Dr. Sullivan Welborne gives joking remarks at awards banquet. 




Chancellor Fort, Miss ISA and court 



Miss International Students Association Queen, Roberta Bombo. 



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A Positive Conference 







Shafiq Mohammad, president of ISA shows off plaque with advisor, 
Mrs. Sharon Martin. 



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For The Future: Expansion of Services 




It is conceivable that expansion of services are on the horizon. We anticipate rapid growth and development. 




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At any rate, there is clear need for fulfilling this responsibility to a far 
greater extent than has been done. 



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Speaking of Money 




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Official Dance of the 1993-94 Academic Year 




Our Campus is a microcosm of society. There are many elements. 




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LOOKING FOR NEW DIRECTIONS 





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CAN YOU AFFORD NOT TO STUDY? 




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Surviving in uncertain times ... In no uncertain 
terms. 





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The ladder of success. Give your study habit the 
verj' best. We've got the basics all wrapped up. 



The night life is filled with excitement. Students 
are actively involved with Meet & Greets, in- 
formal receptions and banquets. 




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SWING INTO 
THE ACT 

WHAT A 

DIFFERENCE A DAY 
MAKES? 



Constant study of the 
composition of 
organizations to bring 
to them the persons 
who should be in their 
membership. 



The basic aim of 
student involvement is 
to bring about 
enthusiastic 
commitment of all 
organizations to the 
achievement of their 
purpose and to provide 
the kinds of resources 
and recognition which 
are needed to 
transform commitment 
into accomplishment. 
As many students as 
possible can and must 
share actively and 
creatively in the whole 
process. Learn to 
SWING INTO THE 
ACT ... BE A PART 
OF THAT BEAM OF 
LIGHT. 



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Conducting events based upon student interest 
and need. 

Organizations must bear the responsibility for 
the success or failure of their programs. 




I mean, life before 30 is nothing but a WARM UP. 
Taking time out to eat is a necessity. The canteen 
is nice, could be better ... so I stop by more. 



This TEST is out of this world . 
make a complete comeback. 



. However, I will 



It's so easy to find the answers when you've 
studied hard for a test. 



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YES . . . Plans and procedures are patterns for 
action. At times it is essential that they do so in 
order to give the intended guidance in operating 
this computer. 



Just watching over A&T'S BEAM OF LIGHT 
That's my job and I love it. That Beam is LOVE. 




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REPORTING 

WATCH US WIN 

...IN 

AGGIELAND 



Remedy and 
correction can be 
achieved by 
education in how 
things should be. 



We have the means and 
stimulus to continue 
education beyond 
formal schooling and to 
adopt it to the 
changing life situations 
and problems. We must 
continue to encourage 
and lend opportunities 
to engage in socially 
useful service, to 
accept some public 
civic responsibility, and 
to show unselfish 
interest in other 
people. We must take 
responsibility for the 
direction of our lives. 



n preparation for our report, we gathered many 
jcts. You must have the ability to develop a 
ystem of study habits commensurate with the 
ssigned responsibility. 



This assignment definitely showed evidence of 
capacity for growth and leadership. 



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Fostering Positive Attitudes Toward 
Homecoming 1993 

Miss A&T Stands With 
the Rich and Famous! 



Demonstrating A 
Sense 

of 
Caring 



Through it all, we trusted the 
integrity of the great 
majority who made plans for 
a successful Homecoming 
1993, for on-campus students 
and returning alumnus. We 
grew toward increasingly 
meeting our expectations of 
ourselves. Many students 
were eloquent on what they 
did not want, on what they 
disliked. However, through 
proper communication, we 
had a successful Homecom- 
ing. 





It is important that we learn how to 
listen sensitively if we want to show 
caring. 



Do not be surprised by others in- 
difference to what you say! That too, 
is a part of growth. 



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You see, our proposed strateg:y es- The process of negotiating hard 
sentially revolves around the con- studying with students should be an 
cept of Hard Studying. enriching experience. 




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WILL CHANGE! 



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to trust your heart and always learn 
to take good advice from our profes- 




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These students are able to handle complex prob- 
lems and difficulties with reasonable calmness 
without panic and defensiveness. 





They continue to surround themselves with 
peers of higher abilities, even those with abilities 
superior to their own. 

Always willing to give credit, praise, and recogni- 
tion where it belongs. Keep up the good work 
students. 



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Studentsrstandready to cooperate with in assist- Moral support, 
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This has been a meaning'ful year for 
us. One primary goal has been to in- 
volve individual students more in all 
activities of the club. We urge others 
to become more involved. This sea- 
son is an excellent one for you to 
have your say. 

Program sessions focus on student 
development, our raison d'etre. 




Students are involved with goal set- 
ting, procedures for implementing 
programs, and assessing student de- 
velopment programs. 






Believe me, parking is no joke on our campus. You move . . . you lose! 






Hurry up! We're going to the canteen to discuss college relations, admissions, 
and the orientation process. This is an excellent recruiting tool. 



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Creativity . . . Aggie mascot: a student project 




A part of the student goal setting committee 

Study session . . . quiet please! We are discussing 
an assignment on present and future trends of 
freshmen students. 



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A new name or a new way of eating . . . not 
Mama's kitchen! F.A. Williams. 




Women students identifying items to be given to Building a better Greek training program with 
the needy. Keep smiling ladies. The project is focus on need analysis, goal setting, program de- 
worthwhile. sign, and evaluation. 



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Angela and Kim are preparing to assess the im- 
pact of programmatic experiences on the indi- 
vidual participants. 

Taking time out before meeting a group of new 
students. Major discussion will be centered 
around, "How to get the college experience off to 
a good start?" 




Students have prepared for the last class assign- 
ment to be presented in lab. 



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Students are ready to expedite matters. It did 
move smoothly and effective from start to finish. 



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The most important single factor. In determin- In any specific subject, or the extent in which 
ing whether or not our learning efforts are achieve, is the quality and effectiveness of 
achieved . . . self! faculty 



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Classrooms bring together formally the students 
whose interests and competence are related to 
the work to be done. 

All assignments are based on established plans. 



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Diversity For Success: 
A Variety of Activities 



Well-rounded development through 
a variety of activities. 



Encouraging Development Through Diversity. 
This Diversity Provides Wealthy Opportunities. 




ON-SITE HOSPITALITY 

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It's a sell-out! 




The night life acknowledgement 



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PRE-HOMECOMING ACTIVITIES 




Those formals in natural color says it all 



Need a break . 







Just left taco . . . nasty food! 



President of SGA talks to President Clinton! 



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Skating to and from class is fun 



Yes, we heard it through the grapevine! 




AKA sorority preparing for Homecoming . . . "Who says the AKA's are not hard worl<ers' 



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Focus On Flexibility 




8:00 a.m. report to work 



9:00 a.m. got to stop by Brown Hall 





taking time out for lunch ... 12 noon 



At 6 p.m. sitting in class 




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New Shapes by Forces of the Campus Community 




Educational Pursuits 




Innovation. Imagination, and Inventiveness. 




It is a personal response, a psychological reaction, an attitude. 



There seemed no way to completely depart. 




The degree of quality and competition. 



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Implications for Student Training and Development 




Fostering a spirit of unity. 



Unique living and learning 




Surplus Time Remaining 



Formal Duties 




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Alpha Phi Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. participating in the Crop Walk. 



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Global Televising 




Prime time play-offs 




Trusting and caring for each other 



Enjoying "BET" basl<etball game 



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College Education 




Robbing Peter "Parents" to pay Paul "A&T" 




It's all in a day's work. 




i Yes, it's almost over . . . has been a long day. 



Cutting and concentrating with a Sprite! It's amazing ... we all need to drink liquids 

while studying. 



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Preparation For Competition 




SGA . . . sections and divided. 



The whole campus wants to be #1 



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Strong Enough to Prevail 





We stay at the computer 



Trying to carry on 



I'm safe now . . . I've made it through! I was 
strong enough to prevail. 



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Keying in ... a multiple approach 



Computers bear surprising fruits. 



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A new student admires the beautiful Aggie "T" shirt . . . it's an Aggie thing! 




Lines — lines! And more lines. When will it all stop? 



A little bit nervous . . . left my books but ready for the exam! 



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Profit Associated with Productivity 



Based on the 
premise that 
happier, 
healthier 
students who 
participate in 
extra-class 
activities are 
more likely to 
persist in their 
college studies. 




Organizations plan and implement a variety of extra-class activities 
designed to enhance the educational and recreational aspects of col- 
lege life. 



A number of 
options with 
respect to 
abilities must be 
examined when 
determining the 
individual and 
group 
performances. 




students have different needs and interests . . . they enjoy different 
pursuits. 






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Providing opportunities to improve 
ways of worliing for the good of the 
order. 




To prosper in an era of economic con- 
straints 



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Pressures and 
Priorities 



A talent program was 
provided at the end of the 
school year. Darrin 
Campbell worked dilig-ently 
with freshmen class 
officers, program 
participants, and judges. 



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The Aggieland Tradition 




All-American smile! 



Homecoming . . . welcome homel 



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SOUNDING THE CALL! 




Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority participates in Step Show. Sounding the call for Homecoming '93. 



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Attending Miss A&T's reception after the coronation. 



Scene from Homecoming '93. A&T Let's win! 



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The Aggies Are Rolling . . .! 






All aboard! 



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Mr. Ramsey (Electronics) Teacher of the Year. 





Student participants in a religrious activity program. 



The Dean of the chemistry department takes time out of instruction long 
enough for a picture finally. 



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Enhancing the Leadership Skills 



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Thank you . . . Electronic Club presents plaque to speaker 



Peer Team Concept 




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Standing tall at Williams Cafeteria. 



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Campus Celebration '93 




Students are excited to have their good friend Rev. Jesse Jacl<son be a part of celebration '93. 



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omecoming Game 1993 
The Big Celebration of 
the Year. 

More thayi 30,000 Aggies attended the 
Honiecoming game. 



Football team ... #1 Aggries 



Cheerleaders take 5 . . . beautiful job . . . beaut- 
iful! 




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Miss A&T with escort ... she is indeed a Queen . . . keep smihng 




Employees at F.A. WilHams Cafeteria are to be 
commended for their fine efforts in working; with 
us. 



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Leap into the Future 
with Phi Beta Sigma 
Fraternity, Inc. 




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With grateful hearts! 
Beat them up Aggies 




We serve the best! 



Aggies are everywhere 



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Support Network 




tcial Assistant to the President of the senior class. Saundra Hunter 
- Lived her appointment from President Gregory Bush. 




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and special assistants. 

Getting it together. Study hard, it will pay off 
soon. 




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when you get a chance. 



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For better or for worse! 



It's all about healthy attitudes 



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The Greensboro Four 







Here you will experience slow services, hip:h prices, and long lines. 



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Lines again and again . . . please help! 




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A Master Plan 

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It is incumbent on each of us to take time and inspire, motivate, counsel 
and guide our youth. 




The Nursing Honor Society 




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A Diversified Effort Toward Total Student Development 




It's me and you babe . . . celebrate with me! 




Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. 



Residence Hall assistant, Tosha Lee assist with informing students 
of the blood drive. 



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Stepping Out In Style 




Miss English and Escort looking on after the Coronation of Miss NC 
A&T State University. 



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Two charming Queens; Miss Sophomore, and Miss Freshman 






Future Aggies 







Just like the real Aggie cheerleaders . 



Award winning float . . . NC. A&T State University Child Development 
Lab 







Come on Mommy ... I want to see the band! 



A few more years . . . and I will be an Aggie! 



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Activities Around Campus 



Good Eye! 



Freshmen Class Talent Show. Much credit is due 
to the effort of Darrin Campbell, Student Advisor. 



The Best Voices on Campus 



Advisors attending special event held in Moore 

Gymnasium. 




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Chair Persons 

Assistant Deans 

Support Staff 

Extra Class Activities 






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Administrators/Chairpersons 




Scott Hummel, Director 
Accounting Office — 
Business & Finance 



Christine Shelton, 

Administrative Risk 

Insurance & Safety 

Affairs 



John Smith. Director 
Office of Admissions 




Velma Speight, Director 
Alumni Affairs 



Ralph Brown, Assistant 

Dean of Student 

Development 



Carolyn Caldwell, 

Assistant to the 

Chancellor 



Charles Williams 

Associate Vice Chancellor 

for Academic Affairs 



Charles Mooney, Director 

Aggie Hotline & Sports 

Information 




Ronald Smith, Assistant Maxine Davis, Assistant i 

Vice Chancellor for Vice Chancellor for ' ^ 

Academic Affairs Business and Finance 




Paula Jeffries, Assistant 
Vice Chancellor for 

' Business and 
Finance/Comptroller 



Eugene Backmon, 

Assistant Vice Chancellor 

for Business and 

Finance/Facilities 



Leon Warren, Assistant 

Vice Chancellor for Career 

Services 



Lillie King, Assistant Vice 
Chancellor for 
Development 



Richard Moore, Assistant 
Vice Chancellor for 
University Relations 



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Administrators/Chairpersons 




Marvin H. Watkins, James E. Sibert, Associate Willie Burden, Director 

Associate Vice Chancellor Vice Chancellor for Athletics 

for Research Student Affairs 



Andre James. Director 
Auxiliary Services 



William Smiley, Director 
Jazz Band Ensemble 




Johnny Hodge, Director Jonah Smith, Director 

University & Symphony Budget 

Bands 



James Collins, Director 
Cashiers 



Dorothy R. Copeland 

Director, Community 

Relations 



Willie Mooring 

Director, Computer 

Center 




Lavonne Matthews, 

Director Contracts & 

Grants 



Loreatha Graves, Acting Josephine C. Luck Robert L. Wilson, Director Dorothy J Harris 

Director, Cooperative Director, Quality Control Counseling Services Assistant Vice Chancellor 

Education for Student Development 



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Administrators/Chairpersons 




Dolores Davis, Director 
Financial Aid 




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Sharon Martin, Director 

International Student 

Affairs 



Sandra Alexander, Vallie Guthrie, Director Peg^ Oliphant, Director 

Director Freshman Greensboro Area Math & Veterans and 

Advisement & Learning Science Education Center Handicapped Student 

Assistance Center Affairs 




Linda Bowling, Director Conchita Ndege, Director 

Sebastian Health Center The Mattie Reed Heritage 

Center 



Joseph A. Williams, 

Director Housing & 

Residence Life 



Robert Davis, Director 
Institutional Assessment 



Jewel Stewart, Director 

Institutional Research & 

Planning 




Mary Mims, Director 
Internal Auditing 



Waltrene Canada, Director 
Bluford Library Services 




James Armstrong, 

Director Memorial 

Student Union 




Edith Davis, Director 
Payroll 



Lillian Couch, Director 
Personnel Services 



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Administrators/Chairpersons 





Barney Black, Associate 
Director, Physical Plant 



J.O. Williams, Chief of Sharon Lunsford, Director Bobby Aldrich, Director Doris Graham, Director 

Police Property Management & Purchasing Registration & Records 

Inventory Control 



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Director, Special Services 







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I Robert Ussery 

University Planning 
Coordinator 



Dorothy I. Bailey 

Director, Student 
Activities 



Katherine Burckley 
Director of Reporting 




Gail Wiggins, Acting 
Director, T.V. Studio 



Joyce Johnson, Director Ronald W. Gales, Director 

Transportation Institute University Engineering 




Juanita Johnson, Director Beverly Wallace, Director 
of Student Teaching & Upward Bound 

Internships 



Godfrey Uzochukwu, 

Director of Waste 

Management & Seismic 

Station 






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Our Homes 




Memorial Student Union 




Campbell Hall 




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Chairpersons/Departmental 

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Dr. Alton Thompson 
Agricultural Economics 



Dr. Arthur P. Bell 
Agricultural Education 



Dr. George Johnson 
Animal Science 



Dr. Rosa Purcell 

Human Environment 

& Family Services 




Dr. Godfrey Gayle 

Natural Resource 

& Environmental Desi^ 




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Dr. Timothy O. Hicks 
Department of Art 





Dr. Joseph Whittaker III 
Biologj- 



Dr. Alex Williamson 
Chemistrj' 





Dr. Jimmy Williams 
English 



Dr. Nita Dewberry 
ForeigTi Languages 



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Dr. Peter Meyers 
History 



Chairpersons/Departmental 






Dr. Wyatt Kirk 
Human Development & Services 



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Dr. Wilbur Smith 
Mathematics 



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)r. Clifford Watkins 
Music 




Dr. Sekazi K. Mting^a 
Physics 



Dr. Amarjit Singh 
Political Science 



Dr. Roy Smith 

Psychology 



Dr. Sarah Kirk 

Sociology and Social Work 




Dr. Samuel A. Hay 

Speech, Communication 

and Theatre Arts 




Dr. Mark Kiel 
Accounting 



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Dr. Melvin Johnson 
Business Administration 




Dr. Michael Simmons 
Economics 




Dr. Henry Cameron 

Educational Leadership 

and Policy 




Dr. Deborah Callaway 

Health, Physical Education 

and Recreation 







Dr. Ronald N. Helms 
Architectural En^neering 



Dr. Franklin G. King 
Chemical Engineering 



Dr. Kenneth Murray 
Civil Engineering 



Dr. Joseph Monroe 
Computer Science 





Dr. Tony L. Mitchell 
Electrical Engineering 



Dr. Eui H. Park 
Industrial Engineering 



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Dr. William J. Craft 
Mechanical Engineering 



Chairpersons/Departmental 




Dr. Walter E. Dukes 

Construction Management 

& Safety 




Dr. John Spurlin 

Electronics & Computer 

Technology 




Dr. Robert Pyle 

Graphic Communication 

Systems and Technological 

Studies 




Dr. Richard Robbins 

School of Agriculture 




Dr. Ray J. Davis 

Assistant Dean — School of 

Technology 




Dr. Lonnie Sharpe 

Assistant Dean — School of 

Engineering 




Dr. Ethel Taylor 

Assistant Dean — College of 

Arts & Sciences 




Dr. Janice Brewington 

Assistant Dean — School of 

Nursing 




Dr. Danny Pogue 

Assistant Dean — School of 

Business & Economics 



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Airforce ROTC 





Lt. Col. Ronald Murphy 
Professor of Aerospace Studies 



Capt. Michael Ward 
Commander of Cadets 



TSGT. Dennis Martin 
NCOIC Detachment 605 




Allan A. Amos 
Lead Militarj- Clerk 




Alonzo J. Rucker 

Military Property Custodian 

Detachment 605 



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Army ROTC 




Col. Vernon Hatley 
Professor of Military Science 




Capt. Thomas R. Covington 

Assistant Professor of 

Military Science 



Capt. Antonio W. Foster 
ROTC Recruiter 



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Assistant Professor of 

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Army ROTC 




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Student Life 




Keisha . . . Kim's Roommate 



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Black College Day 1993 




N.C. State Capital Grounds 
Raleigh, North Carolina 



Aggies . . . Black Studies Now was prominently 
affixed on the capital grounds of Raleigh. 



Aggies come together again in unity to promote Black College 
Day. A Call for Unity is in effect. 



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William Barber 

Queen Bannerman 

Gail Barker 

Donna Bass 

Elvenor Botwe 



Margie Bowe 

Doris Bowman 

Tama Brown 

Virginia Brown 

Sylvia Bull 



Ann Caldwell 

Ethel Chiles 

Sandra Cook 

Carolyn Crosson 

Andrea Davis 



Harriet Davis 

Alicia Devane 

James Harrison 

Norbra Eaddy 

Tommy Ellis 



Vicki Fairbanks 

Paula Harrington 

Joyce Harrison 

Helen Haynes 

Rita Headen 



Gloria Hug^hes 

Charles Ingram 

Linda Inman 

Thomas Jefferson 

Moses Kamara 



Lenora Kirby 

Sharon Johnson 

Idella Jones 

Debra Lindsay 

Joyce Maddox 



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SUPPORTIVE STAFF 




Kitty Maddox 
Beverly McLeod 
Jacqueline McMillan 
Rosetta McNeil 
Wanda Meekins 



Elfreda Mensah 
Barbara Miller 
Alice Monroe 
Irene Oliver 
Doris Paige 



Pat Posey 
Gracie Potts 
Anne Purcell 
Dola Purcell 
Ernestine Rankin 



Audrey Riddick 
Camella Ross 
Nettie Rowland 
Peggy Smith 
Frederick Stocks 



Ronnie Tate 
Beverly Thompson 
James Toon 
Sandra Totten 
Barbara Turman 



Ronald Vines 
Patricia Wall 
Geraldine Warren 
Gail Washington 
James White 



Addie Widemon 
Lottayne Widemon 
Linda Williams 
Bonita Winborne 
Harold Willis 



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Athletic Administration . 




Tim Abney 

Womeu > Kiiskftliall 



Thomas Byiuim 

Tr;iliU'i 



Ingrid Cruz 

V(>llc\l.;.ll 



Billy Edringdston 

Women .•* Assistant 



Patsy Fiazelk' 

Tickft Manager 




Otis Hail sloii liill Hayes Keith Henr> Helen Jones Charles E. Mooney 

Photographer FootbalK'nach Baseball Coach Administrative Asst. Sports Inruimatum Dir. 




Selma Pennix 
Baskelhall Secretarv 



Mark Saunders 

Sottball Coach 



Dr. Michael Simmons 

Photographer 



Mel Swann 

Aniuiiincer 



Sandra Thomas 

FiKitball Seciet.ii'\ 




Theron Thomas 

Clock Upi'ralor 



Key Thompson 

Track. Ciois Cuuiurs 



Thomas White 

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Dr. .James Williams Ed Wyche 

Faiiihv Kep. A.ssistaiit Atlileiic Dir. 



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Counseling Services Supportive Staff 








Gladys Corbitt 
Sec re tan,' 



Tammy Dixon 
Counselor 



Mar%'a Watlington 
Counselor 



Kenneth WTiite 
Counselor 



Carlotta Baker 
Counselor 



Career Services Staff & Program 








Joyce Edwards 
Assistant Director 



Carolyn Mock 
Counselor 



Brenda McGibboney 
Secretarv- 



Yvonne Foust 
Scheduling 



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Health Services 




Flotilla Watkins 
Physician 




Lynn Clay 
Secretary 





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Secretary 



Susie Williams 
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Sabrina Scroggins 
RN 




Walter Hughes 
Physician 



Doris Mosley 
Pharmacist 



Peggy Waddell 
Nurse 



Shaw Food Services 



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Ramona Hall 
Banquet Coordinator 



F.A. WilHams Cafeteria 



Robert L. Peters 
Director 



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Memorial Union/Physical Plant/Post Office 

Support Staff 




Memorial Union 
Vernell Stallings, 
Associate Director, 
Judy Rashid, Assistant 
Pro-am Director 
Elwood Edwards, 
Games Supervisor 
Clyde Bowden, 
Assistant Games 
Supervisor 

Faye Caple, Secretary 
Grace Finley, 
Secretary 

Patricia Miller, 
Receptionist 
Gary Maxwell, 
Information Desk 
Kermit Lee, 
Housekeeping 
Johnny Johnson, 
Housekeeping 
Fred Robertson, 
Housekeeping 
George Carter, 
Housekeeping 

Physical Plant 

Mary Barbee, 

Supervisor 

Douglas Boone, 

Superientendent/ 

Grounds 

Don House, Supervisor 

Jing Oh Yoon, Grounds 

Carl Hannah, 

Supervisor 

Carl Browler, 

Supervisor 

Thomas Bowman, 
Grounds 
Jerome Hackett 
Kenneth Lee 
William Patterson 
James Troxler 
Maurice Wade 



Post Office - 
Eason 



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Post Office - 
Booker 



Keith 



Milton Garden, 

Supervisor 

Michael Jacobs 

Sherman Wadlington, 

Sr. 

Leonard Griffin 

Glenda C. Joyce, 

Secretary 

George Alston, 

Transportation 



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North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State 

University 

Tour of . . . 

The 1993 Miss Collegiate African-American 

Representing Historically Black Colleges and 

Universities 




Rosalind Tonean White 

Wednesday, November Seventeenth 

Nineteen Hundred and Ninety-Three 



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Miss Collegiate African-American Queen 

Rosalind Tonean White 

Sponsored hy Student (iovernnient Association 

North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University 

Ten O'clock in the Morning 

Memorial Student Union Rooms 212-213 

Presiding 
Carlton Brooks, Vice President for External Affairs - SGA 

Keith Bryant 

Vice President for Inlernal Affairs - SGA 

Tangular Felice Graves 

Miss North Carolina A&T State Vniversity 1993-94 

Invocation Rodney Boone 

President of Student Government Association 

Occasion Aquaris Moore 

President of the Sophomore Class 

Black National Anthem Christopher Sutton 

Student 

Introduction of Miss Collegiate African-American Queen 1993-94 
Frank Mercado-Valdes 

President of Miss Collegiate African-American Pageant 

Words of Encouragement and Special Selection 
Rosalind T. White 

1993 Miss Collegiate African-American 

Recognition of Special Guests 
Ayanna Asha Moseley 

Vice President of the Freshman Class 

Sponsor Giveaways Mr. James Gantt 

Special Events Coordinator, ProLine Corporation 

•Remarks Xori Plotter 

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NORTH CAROLINA AGRICULTURAL AND 
TECHNICAL STATE UNIVERSITY 

Greensboro, North Carolina 



Announces 

The Eighth Annual 
Undergraduate Pan-Hellenic Summit 



February 4 - 5, 1994 




"Perceptions of Greek Letter Organizations: 
Making Our Reality Match Our Rhetoric" 



Sponsored by 
The Division of Student Affairs 




Robert L. Harris 

Executive 

Assistant 

To The President 

Pacific Gas and 

Electric 

Company 



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PAN-HELLENIC SUMMIT 



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Since the inception of the undergraduate Pan-Hellenic 
Summit in 1986, the Division of Student Affairs at North 
Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University has 
annually sponsored this program on the university campus. 
The Summit provides an opportunity for regional directors, 
national officers, advisors, and undergraduates to 
intentionally focus and direct attention to the real purposes 
and principles of the eight Greek letter Organizations. The 
Summit also serves as a major vehicle for fostering 
teamwork, collaboration and networking between 
organizations involved. Namely, these organizations are 
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., Alpha Phi Alpha 
Fraternity, Inc., Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., Kappa 
Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc., Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc., 
Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc., Sigma Gamma Rho 
Sorority, Inc., and Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. 












OBJECTIVES 



1. To deepen and strengthen the commitment to 
collaborate, respect and support all similar organizations in 
the manner employed by the national and regional 
presidents of these organizations. 



2. To provide direction for and give attention to the 
Greek-lener organizations-scholarships and service rather 
than mistreatment of human beings who seek to attain 
membership. 



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3. To assist students in their development and potential 
for broad and comprehensive involvement at the national 
and regional levels. 



4. To inspire the research approach to better understand 
the psychological and sociological drives which cause 
students to haze prospective members in spite of the fact that 
these acts violate organizations constitutions, university 
resulations and state laws. 






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Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. 




The Reverend Doctor Martin Luther 
King, Jr was a man of destiny who 
changed the course of history and whose 
leadership still speaks clearly to the con- 
science ot mankind He lived a life of love 
and peace and he gave up his life for 
lustice. 

Dr. King, born January 15, 1929 in 
Atlanta, Georgia, received his elementary 
and secondary education m the public 
schools of Atlanta He graduated from 
Morehouse College in Atlanta in 1948 (at 
the age of 19) with a bachelor of arts 
degree. 

Dr. King became the first black person 
to be elected president of the student 
body of Crozer Theological Seminary in 
Chester, Pennsylvania, where he 
graduated first in his class of 1 951 . While 
at Crozer he did further study at the 
University of Pennsylvania, He pursued 
a doctoral program in systematic tneology 
at Boston University, earning his doctor 
of philosophy degree in 1955 

Dr. King was thrust into tne contem- 
porary nonviolent movement when, on 
December 1 , 1955, a black woman, Mrs. 
Rosa Parks, refused to give up her seat 
to a white man on a city bus in Mon- 
tgomery, Alabama. Dr. King led the 
381 -day Montgomery bus boycott which 
began with the arrest of Mrs. Parks. For 
more than a year, the black community 
of 50.000 persons refused to ride the 
buses The boycott did no; end until the 
buses were desegregated by order of the 
U.S. Supreme Court 

Following the Monlgomery bus boycott, 
black leaaers trom across the south came 
together in a series ot meetings in early 
1957. Out ot those meetings the Southern 
Christian Leadership Conference was of- 
ficially founded in February, 1957. 

SCLC thus became the organization 
through which Dr. King worked Its task 
was no less than revolutionary; to liberate 
the black psyche from white racism, to 
gam for black people control over their 
own lives and destiny, to regain the right 
to vote and political power and to put an 
end to the system of legal segregation in 
the south 

From 1955 to 1968 there came the sit- 



ins the freedom rides the 

founding ot the Student Nonviolent Coor- 
dinating Committee and literally 
hundreds ot local movements The march 
on Washington in 1963 when Dr. King 
delivered his most famous oration, "I 
Have a Dream," before 250,000 
demonstrators and a national lelevison 
audience The Birmingham move- 
ment organized by SCLC in 1963 and its 
direct result, an end to legal segregation 
through the Civil Rights Act of 
1964 The Selma movement which 
regained the right to vote for black 
Americans through the Voting Rights Act 
of 1955 and the awarding of the 
1964 Nobel Prize for Peace to Dr King, 
the third black man, twelfth American and 
youngest person ever to win the prize 

Dr. King was assassinated April 4, 1968 
while preparing for the Poor Peoples 
Campaign in Memphis. Tennessee. As 
Dr. King said on so many occasions, "It 
IS not how long a man lives, but how 
well." 

"Just Say that 

I was a Drum Major 

for Justice. . . " 

Martin Luther King, Jr. -1968 




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' 7 Remember Martin ' ' 



1 remember Manin , .for his ability to 
attract the support of such diverse 
personalities as tliose of us who made 
up the Board and Staff , and how he 
inspired us to forge those differences 
into united forces against the common 
enemies of hatred and bias. . .yet 
without destroying the diversities that 
made us creative and effective most of 
the time . .enough of the time to move 
mountains. 

I remember Martiri. . for his thorough 
understanding of the theological 
implications of the struggle and his 
devotion to the moral imperatives of 
the feat- . . 



I temember Martin. . . diat in death as in 
We he gave his all for others. he 
should be remembered as a "drum major" 
for justice, and we do. . . 

I remember Manin ... as a continuing force 
in challenging the conscience of the 
nation and the world. . to bnng "justice 
down like waters and nghteousness as 
a mighty stream. . 

In this spirit, SCLC, his organization. 

his hean, his ministn- with your help. . . 
shall continue to fulfill the dream . . in 
the streets and in the suites. . they have 
killed the dreamer. .we must make sure they 
cannot kill the dream. 



I remember Martin who, more than anv 

other human being in our trme, 
touched the conscience of a mighty 
and rich nation so that it was moved to 
institute the social change that lifted 
burdens from the weak and gave new 
dignity to the poor. . . 

I remember Martui. because his dream 
was in essence the dream of a nation 
that had forgotten. . .and more than that 
It was in truth the dream of a Creator 
who had not forgotten and who made 
"of one blood all nations of men to 
dwell upon the face of His earth. ' ' 

I remember Manin . . . because he dared 
underscore the link between |usuce 
at home and peace in the world. . . 
because he knew that an immoral war 
in Southeast Asia grew out of an 
immoral social and economic system 
in these United States. . . 

I remember Martin . . . because he 
aruculated so clearly and emphaucaUy 
that there is no justice in war and that 
at the same time there can be no peace 
without justice. 



The dream must be translated into 
sustained effort to bring about the 
systematic change needed to commit the 
nauon to full employment; to put an 
end to repressive criminal jusuce 
systems; to bring peace with justice 
to all the wodd; to usher in the day of 
brotherhood and end the long night of 
wrong. 

Yes, I remember Martin. . as the fullest 
embodiment of the calling to 
ministry. . .and I am humbled and frightened 
and challenged to occupy the chair 
where he sat as president of his 
organizauon, SCLC. . and yet I know 
that I have his love and in those 
lonely hours I sense his presence. . . 
and more than that. . .1 have your confidence 
and your support. . .and more than that. . . 
we walk with God whose will is surely 
liberty for all his children. . and he has 
promised that we shall overcome. . . 



Through Peace, Unity, Love, 
Brotherhood and Respect 



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North Carolina Agricultural And Technical 
State University 



Greensboro, North C aroUna 



A Commemorative Memorial Program 
Honoring 




The Late Dr. Ronald E. McNair, Astronaut 

Sponsored By The Student Government Association 

Friday, January 18, 1994 



Ron E. McNair Auditorium 



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SPECIAL HONORS: 

Graduated magna cum laude from North Carolina A&.T (1971); named a Presidential scholar (1967-1971), a Ford 
Foundation Fellow (1971-1974), a National Fellowship Fund Fellow (1974-1975), a NATO Fellow (1975); winner of 
Omega Psi Phi Scholar of the Year Award (1975), Los Angeles Public School System's Service Commendation 
(1979), Distinguished Alumni Award (1979), National Society of Black Professional Engineers Distinguished Na- 
tional Scientist Award (1979), Friend of Freedom Award (1981), Who's Who Among Black Americans (1980), an 
AAU Karate Gold Medal (1976), five Regional Blackbelt Karate Champior^ships, and numerous proclamations and 
achievement awards. 

EXPERIENCE: 

While at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Dr. McNair performed some of the earliest development of 
chemical HF/DF and high-pressure CO lasers. His later experiments and theoretical analysis on the interaction 
of intense CO^ laser radiation with molecular gases provided new understandings and applications for highly excited 
polyatomic molecules. 

In 1975, he studied laser physics with many authorities in the field at E'cole D'ete Theorique de Physique, Les 
Houches, France. He published several papers in the areas of lasers and molecular spectroscopy and gave many 
presentatior« in the United States and abroad. 

Following graduation from MIT in 1976, he became a staff physicist with Hughes Research Laboratories in Malibu, 
California. His assignments included the development of lasers for isotope separation and photochemistry utilizing 
non-linear interactions in low-temperature liquids and optical pumping techniques. He also conducted research 
on electro-optic laser modulation for satellite-to-satellite space communications, the construction of ultra-fast in- 
frared detectors, ultraviolet atmospheric remote sensing, and the scientific foundations of the martial arts. 



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Important Elements . 



Students 




Felicia "Freddie" Thompson as we learned to love her during years spent at 
A&T. 



Enjoying a wide range of activities. 



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Another Day in School . . . 




Hang in there . . . distance lends enchantment to the 



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Imagination, Creative Thoughts . . 




And emotional responses are all a part of our campus experiences. There are many changes in both internal and external environments. 




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Laurie says . . . Adjusting to change is something we all experience 

sooner or later. 



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For more Pizza . . . raise your hand! 



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Most Popular Students . . . 




Take a good look at the most popular students, all of them feature the very best in style, behavior, and attitude. Christopher and Company 
... a good example. 




Top quality educational pursuits. Carlton says try A&T . . . you'll like 



We call A&T home! 



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Students: A&T^s Beam of Light 




It becomes apparent that the theme has many expectations 
attached ... We Greet You Guat! 



The skill, a conserted effort, the knowledge gained ... all a part of the 
pursuit! these are demonstrated by Kathleen. 



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students: "A&T's 
Beam of Light" 



From the North, we all came 

With our hopes and dreams for a better future 

Not knowing, but believing 

From the East, we all came 

Bringing with us the dawning of a new era 

For the entire earth awaits 

From the South, we all came 

Searching for true knowledge and wisdom 

Our minds made up not to rest till filled 

From the West, we all came 

Rising up to the challenge that lies ahead of us 

Having tasted success already 

We all came to our sacred home — Aggieland 
With our torches lit and glowing 
We lit up the great beam 
A&T's Beam of Light 
For the whole world to see 



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The best season . . . football '93 



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Unlimited Opportunities 



A More Comprehensive View 



Yes, we are the Beam of Light . . . here at A&T. 
You must be able to make your own decisions. 




Students femaining in the forefront as that 
Beam of Light. 




Significant development by Mo-del Unique 




Savor the opportunity for getting involved in campus living. 




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Scarlette talk with a future Aggie at University 
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A&T provides the student with the best edu- Active participation in activities affords the op- 
cational opportunities possible. portunity to meet today's campus demands. 

First study hard and then play. 




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STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION 

NORTH CAROLINA AGRICULTURAL AND TECHNICAL 

STATE UNIVERSITY 

MEMORIAL STUDENT UNION 

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(911)1 134-7821 



October 21, 1993 



Aggie Family: 



We are very proud to salute our Queen, Tangular F. Graves, 
Miss North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University, 
1993-94. Her theme, "AGGIES STANDING TOGETHER: ONE 
COMMON BOND," clearly points to the efforts, achievements, 
commitments, and contributions of students faculty/staff, 
administrators, alumnus, alumna, and friends. 

Our 1993-94 Aggie Homecoming celebration is upon us. The 
stage is set. We see the creation of one common bond being 
demonstrated by many in celebrating our magnificent week-long 
activities and the refresh of memories shared with pride. 

We especially greet "Aggies" who have come from Dare to 
Cherokee... Welcome Home! Even for you, this adventurous 
nostalgia blend will be exhilarating. Many of you here today, have 
walked and studied long, hard hours on these hallowed and sacred 
grounds. Because of this, an enormous amount of contributions 
have been molded into the crucible of times. Your presence this 
year shows a sense of loyalty toward implementation of the theme: 
AGGIES STANDING TOGETHER: ONE COMMON BOND." 

May I encourage each of you to take advantage of the 
festivities with the ole time Aggie Spirit and Pride in mind. Keep 
safety first and May God richly Bless you and yours. 



Sincerely yours. 




Boone 
President -SG A, 1993-94 



An Equiil Opportunity ' A//imiy(/ve Afffon \-.n\p\o\vr 
A ConsUXxii^M Institution of THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA 



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102nd-Year Founders' Day Convocation 



of 

North Carolina 

Agricultural and Technical State University 

Greensboro 




Thursday, October Twenty First 

Nineteen Hundred and Ninety Three 

Ten O'cloclv in the Morning 

Richard B. Harrison Auditorium 



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"Fanfare and Recessional" 

The Official sound . . . Homecoming 1993! 



hancellor Fort presents plaque to keynote speaker, Dr. William 
Hytche 






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CORONATION OF 
MISS A&T — 1993-1994 




COURT & CLASS QUEENS 



Mother of Tangle, Miss A&T 



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Our first lady, Mrs. Fort is being escorted to the throne of Miss A&T by Mr. 
Darrin Campbell 



Chancellor Edward B. Fort echoes words of encourag'ement 





TANGULAR FELICE GRAVES, 

MISS NORTH CAROLINA 
" AGRICULTURAL AND 
TECHNICAL STATE 
UNIVERSITY 1993-1994 




Miss A&T and her brother who escorted her. 



COURT & CLASS QUEENS 



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CORONATION OF MISS A&T . . . TANGIE! 




Chancellor and Mrs. Fort along with other special guests witnessed 
the crowning of Miss A&T 




Plaque presentation to Machelle . . . many thanks says 
Tangle! 





Machelle's father . . .faithful in escorting CA&T overcome! 



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Wind Beneath My Wings . . . loud and clear, Christopher Sutton delivers well. 




"AGGIES STANDING 
TOGETHER: ONE 
COMMON BOND" 




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ORGANIZATIONAL QUEENS & ESCORTS 






Miss A&T Fellowship Gospel Choir 

Eulanda Thorne 

Edward Foust 



Miss A&T University Choir 

Lashon Hayes 

Eric Pugh 



Miss Air Force ROTC 

Patrice Noel 

Michael Williamson 




Miss Alex Haley Hall 
Twanjua Gentry 
De'Mon Wiggins 



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Miss Alobeaem Society 

Kecia Williams 

Donald Foxx 





Miss Alpha Lambda Delta 
Sharnay Torrance 
Gerald Walden, Jr. 




Miss Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. 
Terri Thomas 
John Morris 



Miss Alpha Phi Al[)ha Fraternity, Inc. 

Repnna Armster 

Quincy Ward 



Miss Alpha Pi Mu 
Karyn White 
Stepen Allen 



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ORGANIZATIONAL QUEENS & ESCORTS 




Miss American Chemical Society 
Deline Glover 
Alan Anderson 





Miss American Institute of 

Chemical Engineers 

Stephanie Thomas Bryan Sewell 





Miss American Marketing Association 

Michelle Brice 

Jerry Hill 




Miss American Society of 

Agricultural Engineers 

Tashara Bailey Eric Lumpkins 



Miss American Society of 

Mechanical Engineers 

Tara Williams Torian Priestly 



Miss Apostolic Student Outreach 

Noleter Brown 

John Carlos Miller 




Miss Army ROTC 

T-Awannda Piper 

Jamarl Bonds 




Miss Association for Computing Machinery 

Britz Brustmeyer 

Tim Atwell" 




Miss Association of Childhood Ed' cation 
International 
Deborah Wiley 
Chaz Jefferies 



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ORGANIZATIONAL QUEENS & ESCORTS 






Miss Association of General Contractors 
Monique Horton 
Kareeni Collins 



Miss Association of Graduate Students 

Tonya Dupree-Freeman 

Jesse Freeman 



Miss Beta Alpha PSI 

Carolyn McCuUough 

Brian Caldwell 




Miss Beta Gamma Sigma 
Sherri Chisolm 
Daryn Gomes 





Miss Barbee Hall 

Erickia McCallum 

Troy Elbert 




Miss Chi Eta Phi Sorority, Inc. 

Sonja F^inley 

Scott Underwood 



Miss ('rystal Coast Ag-gie Club 

Latisha Del Staton 

Joel Wiggins 



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Miss Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. 
Akwokwo Hines 
Ashlev Redhead 




Miss E. Gywnn Dance Company 

Kisha Cunningham 

Cedric Goodson 





Miss Digit Circle 
Janella Jones 
Adrian Holley 




Miss Electronics Club 

Cheri Creecy 

Thadeaus Young 





Miss Durham Aggie Club 

Felicia Lee 

David Freeman 




Miss English Club 

Angela Ford 

Tvree Williams 




Miss Epsilon Pi Tau 

Jennifer Cheatham 

Shane Hill 



Miss Fayetteville Aggie Club 
Taunisha Summerville 
Deometris Washington 



Miss Gamble Hall 

Shonika Ridley 

Alvin Nolan 



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Miss Golden Key Honor Society 

Celia Steward 

John Ponder, II 




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Miss (irodVf Phi Groove 

Social Fellowship, Inc. 

Angela Smith Ronnie Jones, Jr. 




Miss Hollan<l Hall 

Samara Dobbins 

Ryan Russell 




Miss Goldsboro Aggie Club 

Nicole Bell 

Anthony Council 




Miss Halifax-Northampton County 

Aggie Club 
Selita Richardson Telly Williams 




Miss Holt Hall 
Shawna Mayfield 
Ronnie Morrison 




Miss Greensboro Aggie Club 
Shelley Mason 
Brian Hairston 




Miss Health, Physical Education 

and Recreation 

Paula McNeil Charles English, III 




Miss Human Environment and 

Family Sciences 

Veronica Bellinger 

Markus Perry 



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Miss Institute of Electrical & 

Electronics Engineers 

Rhonda Debnam DeShawn Chapman 






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Miss Institute of Industrial Eng'ineering 
Tikeshia Dickey 
Calvin Jackson 





Miss international Students Association 

Roberta Bombo 

Wllaim Cox 




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Miss Johnston County Aggie Club 
Rocedar Alford 
Robb Anderson 



Miss Kappa Alpha PSI Fraternity, Ir 
Rochelle Ray 
Jack Anderson 



Miss Kappa Delta Pi 
Catina Horton 
Tommy Totten 






Miss Maryland Metropolitan Club 

Jada Dorsey 

Nathaniel Yarbrough 



Miss Midwest Aggie Club 

Valisa Thomas 

David Messer, II 



Miss Mo-Del Unique. Inc. 

Nedra Corbett 

Shawn Bass 



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Miss Morrison Hall 

Jewel Bethea 
Kenneth Strickland 




Miss Natiunal Association of 

Industrial Technology 
Bridgett Ratliff J.C. Parker 




Miss Network ''.Ml 
Katriel Tripp 
Anzio Williams 




Miss Morrow Hall 

Cherry Fields 

Stacey Williams 




Miss National Society of Black Eng'ineers 
Vakesia Wiggins 
Brunson Cooper 




Miss New Generation Campus Miiustries 

Katina Lee 

Leonard Williams 




Miss NAACP 

Chevella Wilson 

Corey Curties 




Miss National Society of Pershing Rifles 

Sha-Tonie Reaves 

James Smith 




Miss New York/ New Jersey Connection 

Jillisa Fuller 

Maurice Overby 



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ORGANIZATIONAL QUEENS & ESCORTS 




Miss Occupational Safety and Health 
Nicole Headen 
James Suber 




Miss Palmetto Aggie Club 
Terria Miller 
James Reid 





Miss Omega Psi Phi Fraternity. Inc. 
Tameko Alford 
Steven OUison 




Miss Peer Advisor Leadership 
Taiwan Barksdale 
Evan Richardson 





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Tahnya McPhail 
Gerard Morrison 


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Andrea Fray 
Irvin Yates 




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Miss Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity. Inc. 
Deanna Wooten 
Thaddeus Hush 



Miss Pi Delta Phi 

Latitia Dorsett 
Michael McMillan 



Miss Pi Tau Sigma 
Christin Terrv 
Phillip Taylor 



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Miss Political Science 
Cokiliar Brown 
Henry Austin 



Miss Psi Chi National Honor Society 

Vickie Livingston 

Octavia Bryan 



Miss Psycholog'y Club 

Courtney Bush 

Joseph Rucker, Jr. 




Miss Psycholo^cal Information 

Technology Society 
Montique Johnson Ron Harris 





Miss Kowan Cabarrus County Club 

Nichole Massey 

Sylvester Fleming, Jr. 



Miss S<K'iL'ty For the Advancement 
of Management 
LeSonya Collins 
Charles Helms 




Miss Rocky Mount Aggie Club 

Leticia Mitchell 

Darin Richardson 




Miss Society of Women Engineers 

Anissa Bledsoe 

Nigel Brooks 



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Miss Sociology/Social Work Club 
Mysti Dennis 
Terry Scott 





Miss Spanish Club 

Terri Henry 

Rodney Sharpe 





Miss Students Against Drunk Driving- 

Donnessa Rodgers 

Darryl Cheeley 




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Miss Student National Education 

Association 

Lori Smith Victor Mack 



Miss Student Union Advisory Board 

Kimberly McCuUen 

Omar Adams 



Miss Teaching Fellows 
Sherelle Harris 
Manfred Jones 






Miss Technology Education 

Collegiate Association 

Kara McKoy 

James Williamson 



Miss Teloca Nursing Club 

Dawn Campbell 

Uliton Casey 



Miss Toastmasters 

Latisha Hamilton 

Tyrone Walston 



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Miss Transportation Club 
Paula Atwater 
George Gregory 





Miss Vanstory Hal] 

Nicole Harris 
Michael Peterson, II 




Miss Winston-Salem Ag-gie Club 
Celeste Parks 
Sekou Favors 




Miss Virginia Aggie Club 
Monique Johnson 
Jared Darrington 




Miss Women's Council 

Kimberly Wells 

Boris Heath 



Miss Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. 

Cubia McLean 

Gregory Staton, Jr. 




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1993-1994 FOOTBALL TEAM 



Dale Adair 
Cassius Adams 
Johnny Adams 
Charles Alexander 
Rudy Artis 
Marvin Bagley 
Carlos Baldwin 



James Barker 

Mike Belk 

Doug Blackwell 

Maseo Bolin 

James Bowden 

Keith Bradley 

Rudy Brown 



Tyrone Brown 

Scott Buchanan 

Curtis Burgins 

Dion Caldwell 

Eric Carl 

Aaron Carter 

Angelo Cobb 



Maurice Cobb 

Dino Coles 

John Collins 

Cedric Combo 

Gregory Cooley 

Leevary Covington 

scott Creecy 



John Crews 
Tom Crump 
Juan Davis 
John Dixon 
Ronald Edwards 
Tim Friday 
Clint Gagnon 



Thomas Garner 

Kevin Goolsby 

Elbert Griffin 

Mike Hamilton 

Spencer Hamilton 

James Harris 

Javon Harris 



Stephon Hickman 

Fred Ingram 

Toran James 

Robert Johnson 

Lamont Jones 

Octavius Joyner 

Monte Key 



Wahid Kimbrough 

Larry King 

Jerome Knight 

Tarik Ledbetter 

Earl Lewis 

Richard Lide 

Omar Long 



Keenan Lott 

Trey Lowe 

Rrfland Marsh 

Antonio McCloud 

Andy McCormick 

Rod McDougald 

Chris McMillan 





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FOOTBALL TEAM, HEAD COACH AND 

ASSISTANTS 




William "Bill" Hayes 
Head Coach 




Gerald McNeil 
Troy Miller 
Rankin Muse 
Michael Newman 
Miles Onafowora 
Lonnie Paige 
Marlon Patterson 



Andre Perkins 
Author Perry 
David Perry 
Marlon Petty 
Brian Pittman 
David Pittman 
James Reid 



Gerald Roberts 
Bobby Robinson 
Brian Rodman 
Wayne Shuford 
Tony Slaton 
Terrence Spencer 
Jamaine Stephens 



Barrv Turner 
Stovall Wade 
Bennie Walker 
Jeff Wallace 
Kermit Watson 
James White 
Jeff Williams 



Robert Pulliam, 
Assistant Head Coach 
Joseph Godette, 
Offensive Line 
Linwood Fergoison, 
Defensive Backs 
Kenneth Phillips, 
Linebackers 
John Eder, 
Quarterbacks 



Mark Saunders, 
Running Backs 
Keith Henry, Wide 
Receivers 
Thomas Bynum, 
Trainer 

Theron Thomas, 
Equipment 
Billy Edringston, 
Assistant Trainer 



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Tim Abney 
Head Coach 




Billy Edringston 
Assistant Coach 




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1993 Brunswick Southern Collegiate Classic 



Mr. Vernell Stallings 
Coach 



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Being a part of campus life has real value. 
Even in the mist of storms . . . belonging 
has real value. 



Anthony Cunningham. Jeffrey Roberts, 
Shana Hamp, Mark Hanna, Obadele St. 
George, Cynthia Holland, Ladonna 
Bonneville. Carolyn Baker, Monica 
Smith, Kimberly Musgrave, Corey Cable, 
Lowell Bass, Cicely Brown. Thembi 
Bush, Julie Nottingham. Eric Teague. 
Donielle Dockery, Shiryl White, Robin 
Thompson. Amili Holmes. Candise 
McKeever, Mamie Scarlette 




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bond. 




We care about the growth and development of 
our University, aiming high! 

We focus^n all of the activities as being magnifi- 
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Student worker playing game on computer 
"He is almost saying ... I do." 



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Exploring new realms 



Thanks so much for your help and 
encouragement. Dexter Vaughn a real 
gentleman. 



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Dear A. and T., dear A. and T., a monument indeed, 
Around thy base with grateful hearts behold thy students kneel. 
We bless the power that gave thee birth to help us in our need, 
We'll ever strive while here on earth all loyalty to yield. 

REFRAIN 

With joy, with joy, dear A. and T., thy students turn from thee 
To spread thy trophies year by year from Dare to Cherokee. 



Dear A. and T., dear A. and T., the signet thou shalt be 
Set by our great old commonwealth, proud boaster of the free; 
She'd have the record of her worth on granite not inscribed — 
Nay, let the children of her birth proclaim it by their lives. 

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Dear A. and T., dear A. and T., henceforth our aim shall be, 

By precepts wise and deeds more sure to bless the State through thee; 

The arts of industry to wield against an idle foe. 

A harvest rich from ripened fields of what thy students sow. 



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13 in a row. All in the name of education. 




Networking for finer womanhood. 



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That Glorious Celebration 




Tangie, Machelle, and Christopher . . . It's an Aggie Celebration. 




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This has been one of the better teams. One common bond! 




My feet are so tired. Do you think I can mal<e it? 



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Plotting. There is no secret how we managed to become partners. 



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students and Their Activities 



Several major steps were accomplished to 
better serve our members, students, and their 

activities. 



This is definitely an indicator of future 

successful school teachers. Flexible and 

responsive. 



This step allowed us to provide more efficient 

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A great year, perfection with an alternate view. 



Working to enhance and improve the efforts of NAACP. 



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Toy Parker — Correspondent Secretary 



National Association For The Advancement of Colored People was founded in 
1909. 

The purpose and aim of the A. & T. Chapter of the NAACP shall be to improve 
the political, educational, social and economic status of minority groups; to 
eliminate racial prejudice; to keep the public aware of the adverse effects of 
racial discrimination; and to take all lawful action to secure its elimination, 
consistent with the efforts of the National Organization and in conformity 
with the Articles of Incorporation of the Association, its Constitution of By- 
Laws as directed by the National Board of Directors. 



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NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF INDUSTRIAL 

TECHNOLOGY 



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1993 NAIT CONVENTION — Research Triangle 

Park, N.C. 




OFFICERS; PRESIDENT; Michelle Cooper, VICE PRESIDENT; Christina Townsell, ASSISTANT VICE PRESIDENT; Denise Hughes, SECRETARTi 
Bridgeitt Ratliff, TREASURER; Krista Rogers. MEMBERS; Shawn Russell, Mark Riser, Donald Ramsey, Tammy Martin, Paul Emotch, KennetHl 
Rhone, Craig Bogen, Terrance Gibson, Derrick Morgan, Alex Mason, Stephane Williams, Jay Owumi, Tanya Gibson, Johnston Wise, Landrey Pride.j 
Advisers; Russell Rankin, Dr. Ray Davis 



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OMEGA PSI PHI FRATERNITY, INC. 




Officers L-R: Reginald Pitts, Vice Basileus; Carlyle Brewington, 
Chapter Reporter; Ronald Edwards, Keeper of Peaces: Bennie Walker, 
Chaplain; Donald Armstrong, Keeper of Records and Seal; Carl Paige, 
Keeper of Finance. Not pictured: Steven Ollison, Basileus 




Vice Basileus, Reggie Pitts; Basileus, Steven Ollison 




Executive Board: 
Donald Arm- 
strong, Bennie 
Walker, Steven 
Ollison, Reginald 
Pitts 



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INITIATION 

CEREMONY 

DECEMBER 5, 1993 



1993 INITIATES WITH 

INITIATION TEAM 

MEMBERS 

PRESIDENT — GINA 
McCOY, VICE 
PRESIDENT JENNIFER 
CHEATHAM 
SECRETARY- 
TREASURER GAY 
BRADY 




ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA — NATIONAL 

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Long, James Brown, Anthony Fletcher. Ron Pompey, Ernest Grimes 



The National Society of Pershing Rifles was founded at the University of Nebraska in 1894. Pershing Rifles is 
the oldest fraternal organization on the campus of North Carolina A&T. The purpose of the organization is to 
foster a spirit of friendship and cooperation among all members through service to the community. 




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Pi Tau Sigma Officers: L-R: Cynthia 
Holland, President, Shana Hamp, Vice 
President, Cicely Brown, Secretary, 
Kimberly Musgrave, Treasurer. Robin 
Thompson, Service Chairman. 



Pi Tau Sigma initiates at induction cer- 
emonies. 




Pi Tau Sigma initiates L-R: Eric Teague, Anthony Cunningham, 
Amili Holmers, Mark Hanna, Obadele St. George, Corey Cagle, Car- 
olyn Baker, Ladonna Bonneville, Shiryl White, Monica Smith, 
Thembi Bush, Candise McKeever, Julie Nottingham, Mamie Scar- 
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L-R: Assistant Secretary, Nicole Massey, Vice President, Phydesia Gill, Publicity Chairman, Bryant Sharpe, President & Founder, 
Sylvester Fleming, Treasurer, Ericka Gray, Secretary, Crystal Nesbitt 




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L-R: Lawrence Smith, Aurelia Fulmore. Tannia Benafield, Terease Robinson. Anita Walker. Eric Bradshaw. N'ikki Simmons, Renee Holloway, Lesonya 
Collins, Dorothy Rice. Sharon Spinks. Dr. Isiah Ugboro. Advisor. Charles Helms. Kakesia White. Geoff Griffin. Twanna Torain. Tina Johnson. Seavy 
Sanders. 



Dfficers: L-R: Anita Walker, President, Terease Robinson, Vice President, 
Tannia Benefield, Secretary, Lawrence Smith. Membership Chairman, 
Charles Helms, Mr. S.A.M., Lesonya Collins, Miss S.A.M.. Not Pictured: 
Michelle Ballard, Treasurer, Sheretta Lewis, Program Chairman 




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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 





Gregory Bush 
President 



Torey Powell 
Vice President 




Melva Denise Peed 
Treasurer 




Allan C. Johnson, Secretary and 
Ingram Land, Miss Senior 



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SYMPHONY BAND 



Dr. Johnny Hodge 
Conductor 

Dr. Walter Carlson 
Conductor 




TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION COLLEGIATE 

ASSOCIATION 







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SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS 




Officers: Aquaris S. Moore, President; Jabbar R. Bennet, Vice President; Erica James, Secretary; Kim Howie, Treasurer; Tracie 
Raleigh, Miss Sophomore 



Miss Sophomore 




Tracie Raleigh 



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CLUSTER ACTIVITIES COUNCIL 




OFFICERS: Angela Banks, Keysha Lewis, Tiffany McCuUen 



STUDENT TESTING/CLASSROOM 




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NATIONAL ENGINEERING HONOR SOCIETY 




Executive Officers: Charles Clifton. Treasurer; Jaynitah Peacock. Secretary; Shawn Lilly, President; Frances 
Williams, Vice President 




L-R: Jaynitah Peacock, Karen Bullick, 
Walter Odum, III, Alicia Steele. 
Stephen Allen, Charles Clifton, Shawn 
Lilly, Karyn White, Frances Williams, 
Cicely Brown 



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STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION 




Rodney Boone, President of Student Government Association 



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Keith Bryant, Vice President for 

Internal Affairs 

Carlton Brooks. Vice President for 

External Affairs 

Kimya D. Nance, Secretary 



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Tanya S. Boone, Treasurer 

Tonia R. Wellons, Attorney General 

Tangular Graves, Miss A&T 



Robert Duckworth, Special 

Assistant 

Mondrivia James, Special 

Assistant 

Billy Kearney, Special Assistant 



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WOMEN'S COUNCIL CORONATION, 1993 







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L-R: Shevonne Martin, Rhoda Jacobs, Tracey Bell. Teryone Brown, Jennifer Garner, Cubia McLean. 
Kelley Douglas-Smith 



Miss Zeta Phi Beta 
Cubia McLean 



FINER WOMANHOOD 





Spring '93 — "Steppin-Out: 



All About Business 



L-R: Teryone Brown, Rhoda Jacobs. Latoya Davis. Kelley Douglas-Smith, Thembi Bush, 
Tracey Bell, Christy Newkirk. Sherelle Washington (Advisor). Violet Mays. Samara Dobbins, 
Shevonne Martin, Angela Hill, Cubia McLean, Jennifer Garner 



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FRESHMEN, SOPHOMORES, JUNIORS 



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DeAndra Adams 

Rocedar Alford 

Aaron Allan 

Nicole Allen 

Deidra Alexander 

Kim Anderson 

Alicia Anthony 



Tanielle Arledge 

Tonya Armstrong 

Monique Armstrong 

Rosalyn Atton 

TaShara Bailey 

Valerie Ballance 

Taisha Banner 



Keisha Barlens 

Kimberly Barrett 

Tiffany Bartelly 

Alicia Bates 

Shekita Beatty 

Denesha Bell 

Tashika Bellamy 



Allison Benjamin 

Tiffany Benjamin 

Robert Berry, Jr. 

Donna Best 

Charlene Blackwell 

Purity Blake 

Barry Blount 



Selena Bond 

Jamari Bonds 

Tanisha Boone 

NeFetari Bordain 

Stacey Boswell 

Aretha Boyd 

Kia Boyd 



Nikki Branch 

Shawonda Brockington 

Christopher Brown 

Frank Brown 

Jonathan Brown 

Lawrence Brown 

Melvin Brown 



SaTasha Brown 

Andrew Bryant 

Donyell Bryant 

Cliff Bucksham 

Corey Bullard 

Reginald Bullock 

Shelly Bullock 



Reggie Bunn 

Teresa Burkes 

Tammy Burnette 

Stacy Burris 

Tosha Bush 

Veronica Butles 

Sylvia Caldwell 



Deidra Campbell 

Nicole Cannon 

Mekeisha Caulk 

Eric Carr 

Tonya Cates 

Mary Chambers 

Jenna Charles 




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LaKenya Chancey 
Lisa Chapman 
Sheletha Chapion 
Michelle Chavis 
Cornehus Cheatham 
OTika Cherry 
Felecia Cloud 



Dana Cooper 
RashawTi Cooper 
Reginald Cooper 
Tara Cox 
Audrey Coles 
Rhea Conrad 
Edward Council 



Major Cowar III 
Lothel Crawford 
Melanie Davis 
Donica Davis 
Kiesha Davis 
Kristen Davis 
Nichelle Davis 



Charlene Davis 
Sonja Davis 
Sarah Debnam 
Cynthia Deloaten 
Schameka Degraffenreidt 
Joshua Dial, Jr. 
Tonyah Dillahunt 



Latonya Dixon 
Stephanie Durham 
Quantae Durante 
Candice Drummond 
Dedra Eatmon 
Sherria Edwards 
Basheerah Enahora 



Nicole Epperson 
Felicie Everette 
Janel Farrin^on 
Brett Fennell 
Elroy Fitts 
Craig Fletcher 
Keara Fortson 



Angela Foster 
Phillip Foust 
Latrice Folkes 
Deveda Fox 
Chanda Foxx 
Gretta Frierson 
Rhonda Gant 



Jesseca Gabbin 
Trevor Gaillard 
Quincey Garrard 
Erika Gay 
Twanjua Gentry 
Sherlene Gibbs 
Aranettae Guy 



Loria Glenn 
Chea Gladney 
Jacquely Glover 
Stacey Coins 
James Goode 
Diesha Green 
Eva Greene 



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Niketa Greene 

Chris Haggins 

Katetia Hargrove 

Carmen Hart 

Marlena Harts 

Sheryl Harrison 

Sherelle Harris 



Nicole Harris 

Stephanie Hairston 

LaTisha Hamilton 

Dawn Harrell 

Kimberly Harper 

Tora Hayes 

AaRon Haynesworth 



Wilhe Hester 

Elwood Hill 

Laurinda Hill 

LaCiana Hill 

Jennifer Hill 

Adisa Hinton 

Donnarita Hightower 



David Horton 

Kimberly Howie 

Kaisha Holman 

Laurie HoUoway 

Spencer Hollowav 

LaTosha Holly 

Aminah Holden 



Nawana Holt 

Blanche Houser 

Denareo Huff 

Tonya Huff 

Natasha Hudgins 

Cheneta Hughey 

Kulema Hubbard 



Stephanie Hunter 
Chinyere Ijeoma 
Sharon Jacobs 
Syreeta Jackson 
Angela Jeffers 
Jonathan James 
Divanna Jenkins 



Aldrina Jenkins 

Elyse Jenkins 

Tanya Johnson 

Robyn Johnson 

Monique Johnson 

Ivy Johnson 

Deirdre Johnson 



Shametta Johnson 

Edwenia Johnson 

Gregory Jones 

Trammonnico Jones 

Rencel Jones 

Devon Jones 

Gary Jones 



Kesha Jones 

Keith Jones, Jr. 

Reina Jones 

Lahari Jones 

Dozine Jones 

Stephanie Jones 

Shamaka Jones 




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Rosalyn Jordan 
Nicolas Joseph 
Michelle Joyner 
Moon Kennedy 
P^ranchellie King 
Monique King 
Samara Killelberger 



Deana Lacy 
Cleopatrice Lacy 
Patrice Law 
Jennifer Lawson 
Katina Lee 
Patrick Leak 
Vernique Leathers 



Dara Leath 
Tarwisha Leslie 
Keysha Lewis 
DeQuince Lewis 
Iris Lowe 
Mingo Long 
Josiah Lindsay 



Bonita Linville 
Keisha Lisben 
Kimberly Little 
Alesia Lyons 
Steven Marsh 
Katrina McKenzie 
Shelley Mason 



Michelle Massey 
Nichole Massey 
Korie Mathews 
Lakisha Mattocks 
Derrick Mathis 
Janet Mackey 
Demetric Manuel 



Ariscia Matthews 
Tandet Mazo 
Tangle Mazo 
Tyrell McGirt 
Maranda McBride 
Tyrec McCain 
Karitsa McClee 



Betishia Mclntyre 
Nicole McKelvin 
Dora McLean 
Nakia McLendon 
LaKisha McLaughtin 
LaShawn McNeil 
Tannya McPhail 



Stacie Mebane 
Yolanda Merrill 
David Messer II 
Terria Millier 
Max Mitchell 
Sonya Mitchell 
Aquaris Moore 



Felicia Mergan 
Tressa Morrissette 
Cassandra Morris 
Valerie Mosley 
Ayanna Moseley 
Freman Murphy 
Shaneene Nabors 



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Crystal Nesbit 

Charles Newkirk 

Kosie Nichols 

Jude "JAY" Owumi 

Toy Parter 

Brian Parrott 

LaTasha Patrick 



Jessica Peterson 

Anita Page 

Angela Parker 

Henery Payton 

April Pearson 

Darrick Peterson 

Charity Peyton 



Thomas Phillips II 

Masibo Phillips 

Ronnelle J. Pitts 

Jacques Plummer 

Shante Pope 

Correen Powell 

Panya Porter 



Karen Presley 

Timothy Pride 

Eric Pugh 

Samiya Purvis 

Youlanda Ratcliff 

Rochelle Ray 

Dionne Reaves 



Lawrence Reeves 

James Reid, Jr. 

Holly Reid 

Tamara Reid 

Lori Riley 

Anita Richardson 

Pamela Richardson 



Stacey Roach 

Jermaine Robertson 

Chandra Robinson 

Cheryl Roper 

Jason Rouse 

Tabelech Ross 

Antwone Ross 



LaKisha Rucker 

Tina Ruffin 

Scott Saddler 

Tonya Saddler 

Christopher Satchel 

Melvin Sauls 

Deirdre Scott 



Mario Scott 

Jason Senedo 

Torie Sharpe 

Steve Shipp 

Angela Simmons 

Brian Simpers 

Angele Simpson 



Tannis Simmons 

Benny Sloan, Jr. 

Mibita Sloan 

Vernon Sloan 

Andrea Smith 

Angela Smith 

Arik Smith 




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Chandra Smith 
Floyd Smith, Jr. 
Jamel Smith 
LaQuinta Smith 
Lawrence Smith 
Maronda Smith 
Staci Smith 



Terri Smith 
Turkeisha Smith 
Zuleil^a A. Smith 
Andrea Smoot 
Shawn Somerville 
Lawanda Southerland 
Keba Springs 



Lisa Sprueil 
Crystal Spruill 
Michelle Squire 
Nikki Stancil 
Kristen Starkey 
Gregory Staton, Jr. 
Natasha Stewart 



Casandra Strudwick 
Lateisia Summers 
Ninia Sykes 
Angela Taylor 
Damon Taylor 
Danielle Taylor 
LaShaunda Terrell 



Tanisha Terry 
Damien Thomas 
Sandra Thomas 
Shannon Thomas 
Tasha Thomas 
Valisa Thomas 
Joy Thompson 



Robin Thorne 
Elonda Tilman 
Johnelle Torbert 
David Totten 
Steven Troxler 
Susan Tucker 
Michele Turner 



Stacev Vick 
Tiffeny Wade 
Gerald Walden, Jr. 
Christy Walker 
Leticia Walker 
Cory Wallace 
Stephanie Waller 



Tyrone Walston 
Kimberly Walters 
Lanitha Walters 
Gina Walton 
Karen Walton 
Kara Washington 
LaMonica Washington 
LaKeisha Waters 



LaKeisha Waters 
Sharonda Watts 
Sharon L. Wells 
Aurelio Whitaker 
Kimberly White 
Shirvl White 
Tiffany Whittington 



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Sandra Wilcot 
Robert Wilcot 
Fred Wilcot 
Lawana Wilcots 
Tara Williams 
Carl Williams 



David Williams 

Darya Williams 

Doninie Williams 

Felicia Williams 

Greg Williams 

Kecia Williams 



Leonard Williams 
Kyna Williams 
Tangela Williams 
Tameka Williams 
Tara Williams 
James Williamson 



Paul Williamson 
Sonja Willingham 



Demetrius Wilson 
Jacqueline Wilson 



Rashida Wilson 
Tia Wilson 



Kenneth Woodruff 

Nicole Woods 

Robin Worthy 

Nicole Wright 

Ericka Young 




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Getting to Know You 




Keith Bryant, Vice President for Internal 

Affairs 

Student Government Association 



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Determination, success, and the willingness to grow on the campus of A&T is the key to the joys of hfe. 



Who said that you couldn't make it? Tell them you 
did! 



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studying For Success 



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Expressions as a competent learner 



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Just over the mountain, there will be a brighter tomorrow. 



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Preparing For The 
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A&T . . . Our 
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Better Hurry 

The Officer 

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MANAGENENT AND SAFETY 







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Reaching For Aggie Pride 



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Always Suggesting 

The Very Best For Today And 

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We Are All Together 





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Advancing To Higher Heights 
Our Students 




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New Vision 





Learning How To 
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Values On The 
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Spiritual 
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Trials and Tribulations 





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Leading To A Great 
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Grace Under Pressure 




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You Cannot Do It Alone 




A darling 



Help Someone Everyday To Succeed 



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All-Stars 



Bachelor 

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Supporting Student Activities 




Officers Of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. 



Officers 



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Express Yourself . . . Through Daily Involvements: Books, Etc. 





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Do not refuse to accept without good reason Billy. 



That Beam Of Light; 
A Higher Standard 






You must accept a higher standard 



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The Ronald E. McNair Post — Baccalaureate Achievement 

Program 



1993-1994 



Roderick Avery 

Marlies Bethea 

Conswsella Cobb 

Deanna Cofield 

Nelsonya Cox 

Timothy Davis 

Mozell Duncan 

Brett Fennell 

Velinda Freeman 

Torre z Harris 

KaaVonia Hinton 

Jenise Jefferson 

Douglas Jonas 

Serena Lowe 

Stephanie Luster 

Katina Lyons 

Jametta McRae 

Bernard Morgan 

Michael Murphy 

Norika Oliver 

Shawn Pinkett 

Terease Robinson 

John Roseboro 

Reginald Rucker 

Alfred Spears 

Sheila D. Thomas 

Nikki Tucker 

Katina Vernon 

Frances Williams 




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GRADUATING 
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FACULTY- 
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STUDENTS . . . 





Professor Parker is a lover of Afro-Centric Music. 



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TIS' THE SEASON TO BE JOLLY! 




Tangie stands with other organization- 
al queens, while Professor witnesses the 
occasion. 




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A&T'S BEAM OF LIGHT 



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FOR MEANINGFUL LEARNING EXPERI- 
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SOMEONE BELOW SAYS . . 
TURN THE CLOCK BACK 




As we launched out for a bigger and 
COMMON BOND." This says much 




Dr. Taylor, Assistant Dean, School of Arts & 
Sciences has a positive attitude as a professor. 
You had better know your stuff when sub- 
mitting assignments. 






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ONE COMMON BOND! 



better year . . . We adopted as our Motto: "ONE 
more than words . . . 




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Rodnev Boone, SGA President AND STAFF (Upper Left): Savs, IT'S 
JUST A REPEAT BOND ... A REPEAT PERFORMANCE. Member of 
the Men's Council above: carrying out orders. 



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THE RESOURCE TOOL IS IN 

YOUR HANDS 




Dr. Earl Yarborough 
Dean 

School of Technology 




ACADEMIC PURSUITS 




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versity education as having some char- 
acteristics resembling a labyrinth. How- 
ever, as we matriculate, we find those who 
lend a helping hand, do so in a positive 
manner. CONTINUE TO BE POSITIVE 
. . . IT'S A SIMPLE PROCESS. 




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MAKING THE RIGHT CHOICE 







FROM COMPUTERS, LAB ASSIGNMENTS, PROJECTS, 
DECORATIONS, AND LECTURES . . . YOU MUST MAKE 
THE RIGHT CHOICE . . . ATTEND A&T! 



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DEVELOPING MARKETABLE SKILLS 




WE TAKE PART IN EXPERIENCES THAT WILL HELP TO DEVELOP MAR- 
KETABLE SKILLS. MANY ARE CONVEYED TO US THROUGH THE 
CLASSROOMS AND EXTRA-CLASS ACTIVITIES 



FOCUS!!! 



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STUDENTS AGAINST DRUNK 
DRIVING (SADD) 





ON-CAMPUS (Don't Drink), OFF-CAMPUS (Don't Drink) . . . Our bodies are precious. 
DRINK FRUIT JUICE AND PLENTY OF WATER. THANK YOU! 



GETTING IT 
TOGETHER 




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MAKING 
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Proper educational and CHRISTIAN perspectives will continue to bene- 
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INDEX 



ACADEMICS, 37 
ABILITIES AND SKILLS, 43 
ADMINISTRATION & 

CHAIRPERSONS/SUPPORT 

STAFF, 147-168 
AYANTEE YEARBOOK 

STAFF, 26 
B 

BASKETBALL, 212-215 
C 

CHANCELLOR, 2 
CENTRAL 

ADMINISTRATION STAFF, 

4 
CLASSES, 266-272 
CORONATION, 194-197 
D 

DEANS, 3 
E 
EXTRA-CLASS ACTIVITIES, 

5, 34-65; 72-146; 169-188, 

218-238 
F 

FOOTBALL, 210-211 
FOUNDERS' DAY, 193 
FRESHMAN CLASS, 266-272 
FRESHMAN CLASS 

OFFICERS, 51 
FUTURE AGGIES, 145 
G 
GAMES 



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HOMECOMING GAME, 125 

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INDEX, 320 

J 

JAZZ ENSEMBLE, 53 

JUNIOR CLASS, 266-272 

K 

KEEPING THE DREAM 

ALIVE, 226 
M 
MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR., 

174-175 
MEMORIAL, 64 
MISS A&T, 191 
MISS AFRICAN-AMERICAN 

COLLEGIATE, 170-171 
N 
NEW GENERATION CAMPUS 

MINISTRIES, 243 
O 

OPENING, 1 
ORGANIZATIONS, 17-30; 46, 

48, 49, 50, 51-55; 56-59, 

241-265 
P 
PAN HELLENIC SUMMIT, 

172-173 

Q 

QUEENS & ESCORTS, 198-208 

R 

RON E. MCNAIR, 176-177 



SENIOR CLASS, 6-16 
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 

252 
SGA PRESIDENT, 190, 260 
SGA STAFF AND BOARD, 

261-263 
SOPHOMORE CLASS, 266-27! 
SOPHOMORE CLASS 

OFFICERS, 254 
T 

THEME DIVIDERS, 33, 71, 
147, 189, 209, 217, 239, 273 

W 

WHO'S WHO AMONG 

STUDENTS IN AMERICAN 
UNIVERSITIES AND 
COLLEGES, 60-63, 320 




WHO'S WHO 

AMONG STUDENTS 

IN AMERICAN 

UNIVERSITIES 

AND 

COLLEGES 



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