The East Carolinian, Graduation Edition 2004, Summer 2004






GRADUATION 2004
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ANTHONY DELONE CUTLER
Congratulations,
We knew you could do it,
and are very proud of you.
Love
Mom and Dad
RICHARD BRANDON BURNETTE
Thanks for all your hard
work. Let the future begin!
With Love,
Mom and Dad
LINDSEY CARNICK ABER
sLindsey You have worked so hard and we are so proud of you! The spotlight is on you! You deserve it, Princess. Love, Mom, Dad, and
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CHARLES BRIAN PHILLIPS "CHUCK
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season and a time to every
purpose under heaven. All
you hard work has paid off,
we are so proud of you. We
love you.
Mom and Dad
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MARC WARD CRAWFORD
To a Very Happy
Graduate
CONGRATULATIONS
MARC! I am so proud of
you.
Love, Mom
KRISTIN OVERTON WINSTEAD
KRISTIN-You are our light and inspiration and we are so proud of you and love you very much! Mom & Dad
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SARAH NICOLE SELIGSON
A milestone passed, new
things begun, dreams as
shining as the sun, a goal
achieved, a victory won-
that's graduation.
Love, Mom, Dad, and Josh
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KRISTINE TURSI
Congratulations Princess!
Love, Mom, Dad, Evan,
and Yanni
2004 Graduate!
Congratulations Kristine!
Your family is very proud
of you, you can accomplish
anything you set your
mind to.
Love, Mom
KALEB ANDERSON HOBSON
A Blue Moon has Risen!
Congratulations Kaleh, you
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proud of you.
Love, Morn & Ihe 01' Man
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ALLISON NICOLE BYRD
Congratulations Allison!
You are a special young lady
& we are so proud of you.
We love you angel,
Mom, Dad, Ashley, & Austin
ASHLEY ELIZABETH TRAYLOR
What we are is God's gift to us, What we become is our gilt to God. We're so proud of you Love, Mom & Dad
KAREN NICOLE LEE
Congratulations Karen's
graduating! We're so proud
of you and we love you!
Mom & Dad
DAVID VANCE
BRDavid's graduating! You have completed a milestone in your life. We're proud of you and we love you. Mom & Dad
KRISTIE MICHELLE PETTERSON
You have grown from a
� precious, little girl to a loving, beautiful, and accomplished young woman! We love you and
Jvvlare so proud of you!
Mom & Dad

TIA BRENITA MARLOWE
Glory to God!
"With God all things are
possible His Word is true-
Tia is graduating! We are so
proud of you!
Love, Mommie & Daddy
CHRISTOPHER BRENT VAUGHN
We are proud of you! You
haw excelled from the
rugby field to the classroom.
We love you!
Mom, Dad and everyone
here today.
MARY ELIZABETH NORTON
You have come a long way
Baby! Congratulations
2004 Graduate!
We are proud of you and we
love you!
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Shelton to speak at graduation
SHELTON
No formal guest speaker
set for ceremonies
AMANDA LINGERFELT
FEATURES EDITOR
In previous graduation ceremonies, world-
renowned lecturers and authors have come to speak
to ECU'S graduates. However, this year, there will not
he a formal speaker.
Austin Bunch, assistant to the chancellor lor
University Relations, said instead of providing such
a lecture at this year's ceremony, Interim Chancellor
William Shelton will say a tew words at the morning
and afternoon ceremonies.
Shelton came to ECU in July of 2000 to serve as
vice chancellor for University Advancement where he
was responsible for ECU'S fundralslng, alumni affairs,
communication, marketing and athletics.
Prior to his position at ECU, Shelton served as presi-
dent of Eastern Michigan University, vice president lor
Institutional Advancement at Kent State University
in Ohio and vice president for University Services at
Henderson State University in Arkansas.
Shelton, a Tennessee native, holds bachelors and
masters degrees in history from the University of Mem-
phis and a doctorate in higher education administra-
tion from the University of Mississippi.
A former sportscaster and motivational
speaker, Shelton has been active in many professional
and civic activities, lie has served on the N(
Presidents' Commission and the National Kducation
Commission on Time and learning, chaired the NCAA
Committee on Sportsmanship and Ethical Conduct In
Intercollegiate Athletics and was the 1995 president ol
the Mid-American Conference.
This writer can be contacted
atfeatures@theeastcarolinian.com.
How to become an active alumni
Membership benefits help
graduates stay connected
JASMINE D. HARRELL
STAFF WRITER
Students preparing for Mas graduation can
stay in touch with classmates by becoming active
alumni.
I he Alumni C enter, currently under renova-
tion at the Taylor-Slaughter house, is responsible
lor 1(1 alumni altairs across the nation.
Elizabeth Ellerbe, assistant director of alumni
relations, said any student that graduates from
ECU or has attended two consecutive semesters
in pursuit of a degree will automatically be reg-
istered as an alumnus or alumna and can enjoy
benefits such as class reunions, award dinners
and networking.
To lc considered active, members must partici-
pate In local alumni events
"The Alumni Otlice oilers some great benefits
for alumni said Ellerbe.
"Some of these benefits include reduced auto
insurance through liberty Mutual and Collegiate
funding Service, a way to pay back student loans
at a lower interest rate
Alumni have access to 8T1 online directory
that allows members to post class updates, such
as weddings or births.
Once students graduate, their OneStop accounts
will automatically expire, but when graduates regis-
ter online, they will have their own alumni e-mail
account
Ellerbe said there are 106,000active ECU alumni,
and Pitt County alone has 10,000 members.
"We want as many graduates to be active
because we're always trying to expand our circle of
friends Ellerbe said.
Graduates can stay active no matter where they
are located because of the widespread alumni chap-
ters across the United States. If there is not a chapter
located near an alumni member, one can be started
With help trom the ECU Alumni Office.
Ellerbe said the Alumni Association is always
looking for volunteers as a way to expand ECU'S
alumni and activities. Volunteers are needed to call
classmates, I ind locations for events, nominate class-
mates and be part ol the reunion committee, which
helps plan class reunions held during homecoming.
"A lot of alumni are interested in career alumni
events, so we're trying to target events that make
people want to come and that people will be inter-
ested in I llerbe said.
They arealso planning freshman send-offs, which
is an invitation sent to all incoming freshmen for a
planned event in which students, family and alumni
can enjoy activities and door prizes.
"We're always trying to reach out to alumni
Ellerbe said.
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Contact Info
Elizabeth Ellerbe
Assistant Director of Alumni Relations
Taylor Slaughter Alumni Center
901 E Fifth Street
Greenville, NC 27858
328-0610
1-800-ECU-GRAD
ellerbee@mail.ecu.edu
With the help of Paul Clifford, the new associate vice
chancellor ol ECU Alumni Relationships, Kllerbe said she
hopes to continue expansion and reach new heights.
Ellerbe said the alumni association will be changing
the alumni chapter names from counties to cities to
make chapters more identifiable and will be starting
a new Triad chapter including Raleigh, Durham and
Chapel Hill in the near future.
To make sure alumni are informed of all the oppor-
tunities, they should make sure their e-mail address is
current in the Alumni Association's database by calling
l-800-ECU-GRAD.
This writer can be contacted
at news@theeastcarolinian.com.





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BERNADETTE CORAL WILSON
I think I can;
I think I can;
You did it
"Thanks be to God"
We love you.
Mom & Dad
Joshua 1:9
NICHOLE LEE MOORE
The teaching profession
needs loving, caring people
like you. We're so proud of
you for setting your goals
and reaching them. We
love you! Congratulations!
Mom & Dad
COURTNEY PAIGE MARSHBURN
CP: We are so proud of
you. Congratulations!
"I Love You More"
We love you, Mom & Dad
TAD NICHOLAS PARSON

�i 1jDaddy, I'm so proud of you! Love, Isaac

CANDACE CHERYL MOORE
The business world better
beware because those
beautiful, big brown eyes
can sell anything! We're
so proud of you for setting
your goals high.
Congratulations!
Love, Mom & Dad
MICHELLE LYNN MCDONALD
Congratulations! It seems
just like yesterday you were
born. Today you're
graduating. You have
always made us
proud of you.
Love you, Mom, Dad & Jason
TAD NICHOLAS PARSON
God has had his hand on
your life since you were born. May he continue to bless and guide you. Love, Dad, Mom, and Paige
HHHH
TAD NICHOLAS PARSON
Tad, You know I've always
looked up to you and it's
wonderful to have good
footsteps to follow in.
Congratulations
Love, Paige






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We showed
ours, now you
show us yours
At the end of each semester, The East Carolinian reviews the
events of the year with a collage of pictures our staff feels best
represent news and activities that have taken place on and around our
campus. In the spring of 2004, TEC requested photo contributions
that highlight students' most memorable moments of the year.
Here are the pictures students submitted.






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TAD NICHOLAS PARSON
I always knew you were
a genius. I'm thankful to
have had a beautiful baby,
basketball state champion,
and now, a college graduate.
Love, Mom
JEANNE M. CZARNECKI
PHILLIP JUSTIN FOSTER
Thank you Jesus for this day
and for our son. We are
proud of you.
Mom & Dad
ANDREW MARION HOLLINGSWORTH
Congratulations Your hard work and our money paid offl! Love, Mom & Dad & your family
Congratulations! Jeanne,
you have made it & I am
very proud of you.
Love, Brian
MICHAEL ANTHONY OAKLEY
Mike, I'm so proud of you!
God bless you in this new
exciting phase of your life. I
love you!
Mom
CHERYL LADAWN HARDY
Cheryl, Congratulations,
you made it! We are proud
of you.
Proverbs 16:3 Commit to
the Lord whatever you do,
and your plans will succeed.
Mom & Renea
ASKIA K. DUNNON
1 � MlYou are God's perfect gift. Truly remarkable, wonderful son. We love you. Mom, Dad, Toure, and Enkomo 1

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JONATHAN SCOTT SCHEIBLER
Jonathan,
Your love of music, your
high standards, your
achievements We cannot
express how proud we are of
you. Congratulations!
Love Mom and Dad






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t Professional Development
is valuable alumni resource
Senices help alumni find
post-graduate employment
LUKE SPENCER
STAFF WRITER
11 i "s student Professional Uevelopment
helps alumni navigate the often-twisted course
to empli i) menl alter graduation.
"We at student Professional Develop-
menl believe strongly in assisting students
In Identifying and developing theft potential
�iikI .uline, ,is a conduit to future sui (.ess
said Suzanne Martin, assistant provost tor
icademic sffairsal SPD,
"Our goal at student Professional Devel-
opment is foi our patrons to explore, experi-
ence, engage fin a varletj ol careei fields) and
arrive al the careei ol theii t hoice
si'l provides free services and pro-
grams I" alumni. Due program is the
Pirate Alumni Network, which works in
conjunction with the Vlumni Association
to serv. .is ,i resource to alumni who are
relocating to a new area or changing Careers.
SPD offers resume and mock interview cri-
tiques. The SPD staff will personally review
alumni resumes or help individuals practice
the skills needed for successful interviewing.
SIM) will even record mock interviews to be
reviewed later.
The program provides job search advis-
ing and coaching during which staff discuss
individual needs, iumni assistance in devel-
oping and implementing a job search plan is
also provided.
A resource library and computer lab are
available for references to career and job
search topics, leadership and management
skills.
"We would like all students to become
involved with our office and take advantage
of the services we offer said Brian Newton,
.issue late director of SIM).
"It Is tremendously advantageous for tran-
sitioning Into the working world
This writer can be contacted
at news@theeastcarolinian.com.
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Contact Info
701 E. Fifth Street
328-6050
www.ecu.edue3careers
e3careers@mall.ecu.edu
Online job listings are free
and available through a system
called E-Recrultlng. Full-time,
online job postings may be viewed
at any time through
an online career account.
By filing an online resume at
www.ecu.educareerupdated
informationrelease.doc, SPD will
refer employers looking for recruits
in your field to your resume and
set up interviews.
low to land the job you really want
Preparation, research
follow graduation
LENORA BOWLER
S1AFF WRITER
1 pi many students, gradual Ion marks the end
ol a four, five or even si-vear journey through
college lite and an entrance into the real world.
It i an also mark the day that students disiover
that the re.d world isn't all it's cracked up to be.
With careful searching and planning, you
can be on your way to the job ol your dreams.
Iltian Newton, associate director ol Stu-
dent Professional Development, said students
need to lind creative ways to learn about
job opportunities. Networking and contact-
ing key managers are most important while
searching for a job, said Newton. Research the
companies that interest you and contact them.
With an internship, you can Rain experi-
ence. Alter this, you can send out letters and
make phone calls to set up appointments to
talk with managers of your prospective job.
"Think of yourselves as products bow can
you effectively market yourself Newton said.
There are many popular Web sites to help
lind jobs. Monster.com,arecrKuilder.com and
HotJobs.com give tips in posting resumes, inter-
viewing and negotiating the right salary. These
search engines allow job seekers to find positions
throughout the nation in various job banks.
Students looking for jobs outside of North
( arolina can go to SPD. One of their programs,
"Career Search allows students to search for
certain fields ol work in different regions. The
program will not only list target companies
for that specilic region hut also give names
of key managers and contact information.
Newton said healthcare services, fed-
eral government services, Social Security
Administration, construction industry and
retail management are today's hottest jobs.
"The federal government has done a lot
of recruiting in the last year Newton said.
In an article on Monster.com, John Kossch-
eim, Monster senior contributing writer, said
college and recent graduate students have "a very-
good shot at a steady job for life" in account-
ing. Monster ranks accounting number 12 out
of 44 among recent graduates seeking jobs.
The education field will be the most
popular in the near future. Many new
teachers seek suburban areas instead ol the
urban neighborhoods. Rural districts are in
need of many teachers, including special
education.
The healthcare field is growing, too. In
2000, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics con-
cluded there were 2.2 million nurses in the
United States, and the nation will need an
additional half a million or more by 2010. The
demand for nurses is extremely high, so not
many prospective RNs will have a problem
finding a secure position.
The writer can be contacted
at features@theastcarolinian.com.





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PETER JOSEPH MILLS
Peter,
Congratulations on a job
well done. The entire
family is very proud of you!
Good luck and God Bless
Always.
Mom, Dad, and Family
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PPKf! Congratulations Blair!
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ECU bids farewell to senior athletes
I ECU'S Graduating
Student Athletes
Baseball
Will Brinson
Luke Cherry
Jamie Paige
John Williamson
Men's Basketball
Erroyl Bing
Gabriel Mikulas
Derrick Wiley
Women's Basketball
Alisha Bishop
Courtney Willis
Men's Cross Country
Ricardo Bell
Ronnie Delzer
Women's Cross
Country
Tara DeBrlelle
Kimberly Lash
Men's Golf
Jeff Crowe
Women's Golf
Alyssa Hayes
Jessica Krasney
Ashley Leonard
Football
Dustin Bowden
Charlie Dempsey
Eric Foushee
Brian Fox
Dominique Hatcher
Derek Helms
Shawn Hodges
Brandon Pope
Brandon Rainer
Desmond Robinson
Marvin Townes
Men's Soccer
David Broyles
Blake Johnson
Women's Soccer
Mindy Nixon
Christina Rivera
Softball
Krlsten Johnson
Men's Swimming
Daniel Shuman
Daniel Walters
Matt Wildrick
Women's Swimming
Jen Burns
Megan Dunaway
Katie Kochman
Men's Tennis
Chart Meyer
Women's Tennis
Lyndall Jordan
Cristlna Meilicke
Paulina Sierpinski
Women's Track
Estrella "Star" Coppin
Victoria Gadson
Demiko Plcott
Aspen Powell
Melanie Robinson
Volleyball
Alexis Jones
Pirates replace goals on
field for goals in job market
RYAN DOWNEY
SPORTS EDITOR
Graduation is finally here and along
with it, the spring sports season is coming
to a close. The end of the year means it's
time to say goodbye to the comly confines
that make up campus and head off to the
real world. The athletic department will
say goodbye to SO students athletes this
year.
lor athletic teams, graduation means
the annual reshuffling erf costers. Coaches
B( loss the Country reorganize in the hopes
that the ties! sc.ison will hi' as magical as
the one before.
The great thing about college sports
that separates it from the pros is even
though teams change from year to year,
the spirit stays the same.
College sports is said not to be
about the name on the back of the jersey
as much as it is the name on the front,
lie loss of a star may be the end of an
era, but it is also the chance for another
to rise.
The diverse population will leave with
knowledge gained from both work in the
classroom and dedication in the competi-
tive arena. For some, an athletic career
paved the way for academic life with a
full scholarship. Others competed with
less funding, but not with less vigor.
There will be some notable exits from
both ECU basketball teams this spring.
Courtney Willis, who played a big role
tor the l.ady Pirate basketball team, will
graduate leaving behind a legacy that
includes averaging 19.1 points a game and
10.3 rebounds a game this season. She is
ranked fifth all-time on ECU's scoring list
with 1,371 points.
Willis, who may be the 18th l.ady
Pirate on record to reach 1,000 points in
her career, closed this season out by being
named first-team All Conference USA,
which makes her the first l.ady Pirate in
ECU's history to do so.
The men's basketball team will take the
court next season without three familiar
faces. Erroyl Bing, Gabriel Mikulas and
Derrick Wiley (the team MVP) finished
their eligibility and will leave the team
to a young nucleus which includes two
rising freshmen stars: Japhet McNeil, who
led ECU in assists (97) and steals (36),
and Mike Cook, who was named to the
C-USA All-Freshmen team.
Jamie Paige will be parting from
the Pirate baseball team at the end of
this year, leaving behind a team he has
helped climb to a No. 9 ranking in the
national polls thus far this season. Paige
is hitting .306 with one homerun and 22
RBI and recently set school and confer-
ence records in both hits and doubles In
a single game.
This writer can be contacted
at sports@theeastcarolinion. com.
The ECU Student Media says
CONGRATULATIONS
to all Spring 2004 graduates.





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and good luck in all
your future endeavors
from the student staff of
The East Carolinian.
We'll join you someday soon.





ALLISON MICHELLE GIACCONE
"Oh, Happy Day"
Congratulations Allison as
you celebrate your recent
accomplishments! Remem-
ber that your future goals are
limited only by your ability to
believe in your self
Love, Mom, Dad, & Mary Jo
ESTRELLA COPPIN (STAR)
A star was born
A star has shined
A star is graduating today
Trust and acknowledge
God in every step you take.
God bless you!
We love You!
Family
RANDI LYNN BORAWSKI
Hlh HP l JwCongratulations Randi Lynn! We are so proud of you. Now Come Home! We miss you! Love NichoLis & Dad
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Title
The East Carolinian, Graduation Edition 2004, Summer 2004
Description
East Carolina's student-run campus newspaper was first published in 1923 as the East Carolina Teachers College News (1923-1925). It has been re-named as The Teco Echo (1925, 1926-1952), East Carolinian (1952-1969), Fountainhead (1969-1979), and The East Carolinian (1969, 1979-present). It includes local, state, national, and international stories with a focus on campus events.
Date
2004
Original Format
newspapers
Extent
3cm x 2cm
Local Identifier
UA50.05.06
Subject(s)
Spatial
Location of Original
University Archives
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