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The Broncos' voice. online resource (None) 198?-2005, October 01, 1993, Image 13

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CHEER - PHI: STRICTLY REPRESENTING FSU! By Roger Harris The FSU Bronco spirit is alive, well, and in full effect thanks in no small part to the skill and energy of Cheer-phi, a.k.a, the FSU Cheerleading team. Rita Adams, the team's sponsor, leads a group so exciting, talented and versatile that you'd really be missing a show if you don't go to see them perform. In all respects, cheerleading is as much a team sport as any other sport activity offered by FSU. A routine that appears simple may in fact take days of effort to choreograph, practice, and execute. Add to that the pressure of performing in front of hundreds of fans, and you have a situation that demands the strength , determination, and commitment that our cheerleading team exhibits with a smile! Rhonda Neely, a senior Physiology major, fourth year cheerleader, and team captain says "Now that things have gotten a little more exciting, community support has gotten better". She stresses the continued need to support FSU by wearing the school colors or ribbons, putting up flyers, and attending the various sporting events. She adds "People think that we're out there just to be seen but that's just not the case. We're truly concerned with getting the audience involved with the event they've decided to attend. We openly solicit and welcome any comments or suggestions that will improve our ability to reach this goal". For those that need more proof of FSU's commitment to excellence, pride, fun and excitement, you're challenged to come find out just what all the noise is about! Don't be surprised to find yourself watching the cheerleading team more than the particular event you've chosen to attend; they're that good! Cheerleading team members are Kesha "koki" Devane (Co- Captain) ; Shanetta McGlauchlin, Ericka Charleston, Candi Stevens, Yolanda Johnson, Lisa Watley, Linda Barden, Torra Walker, Keisha Hall, Bobby Hostler, and Jarell Joyner. Career Placement Activities: Three day Junior/Senior Seminar series entitled "World Series Comes to Fayetteville" October 26 It's a Different World 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm October 27 The Right Stuff 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm Western Auto Recruiting October 28 Majors Interests 2:00 - 4:00 For information contact Mrs. Cynthia Colbert, 486-1205 Fresh Beginning Every semester provides the opportunity to begin fresh with a new attitude and outlook on the work of the future. #1 New Residence Hall Assistants Sheri Belton; Annette Eakins; Pauilta Johnson; Jacqueline Lee; Beverly Worthy; Jennifer Holt; Andrea Jarmon: Tru1ine Rodgers; Linda Barden; Yolanda Griffin; Benita Morning; Andrea Jones; Tiffany Andrews; Monica Ray; Yakima Rhinehart; Gaynessa Robinson; and Renetta McEachern. # 2 Bryant Hall Assistants Devonne Hammond; Jason Pierre; and Rodrique Jones. # 3 Hood Hall Assistants Chawana Moore; Valerie Carr Lucretia Jones. # 4 Smith Hall Alexia Jackson; Ayanna Carney; Terry Arnold; and Ericka Smithy. ^ ^ # 5 Harris Hall Ereka Williams; Sonya Mayes; Latesha Adams; Stephanie Wilson; and Preshawn Patterson. # 6 Joyner Hall Tracie McEachen; Tania McLeod; and Marsha Scott. # 7 Williams Hall Carmen Stradford; Lola Henderson; Teresa White; Shelthia Purcell; Toyaran Wall # 8 Vance Hall Timothy Gidson; Van Simmons; Jeff Cobbs; John Rasberry; Roger Grimsley; Gerald Puckett. ■‘W ■) -V

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