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June 6, 2002

Area Students Inducted Into Mortar Board

Thirty area students at the University of Louisiana at Monroe have been inducted
into Mortar Board, a national honor society for seniors. Mortar Board recognizes students for distinguished ability and achievement in scholarship, leadership and service. A student must have at least a 3.0 grade point average to be eligible for membership.

Students inducted and their majors are: Jennifer Burgess, nursing; Ashley Colleen Burkett, music; Mayra Celina Cordova, foreign language-Spanish; Gilda M. Curry, pre-pharmacy; Sarah P. Davidson, art; Caroline C. Dixon, biology; Shara L. Edmonson, pre-occupational therapy; Kristal Gentry, marketing; Curtis E. Goodwin, speech; Angela Hillman, general studies; Mikko Kemppe, finance; Heidi Lambertson, social work; Brian J. Lawton, biology; Kevin Michael Oliver, English; Ashley Nero, computer science; Wendy Rice, pre-pharmacy; John Floyd Taylor, toxicology; Brienne N. Shelby, accounting; all from Monroe; Jordan Huffstutter, pre-dental hygiene; Meredeth Mayeaux, elementary education; Benny Calvin Parks Jr., finance; all from West Monroe; Mary Luvenna Anderson, social work; and Mia Whiteside, social work; both from Oak Grove; Ellen Deann Boyett, social work, Columbia; Betsey Eileen Smith, communicative disorders, and Phoebe Phillips, foreign language-Spanish, both of Winnsboro; Elissa Kaye Dubois, general business, Bentley; Romeeka Taylor, pre-law, Sicily Island; Katherine Taylor Phillips, speech, Pioneer; and Lakica Rice, accounting, Minden.

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