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They Read 12,000 Books
Esther Smith i first-graders at Lincoln Primary School were challenged to read more than the 9,575 her class read last year and 27 stu
dents met the challenge by reading more thanl2,U6 books. Alison Stratton Has top reader with 1,600 books, followed by William
Clemmons Jr. with 650. Each student hand-painted a T-shirt displaying the number of books he or she read this year. Pictured (from lift,
bottom row) are Charles Warren III. Tabitha Burton, Joshua Jordan, Erica Harrison, Justin Robbins, Natasha McArdeU, Crystal D.
Johnson (second row) Teacher Esther Smith, Celeste Corbett, Michael Nipper, Crystal L. Johnson, Robert King, Alison Stratton, Darnell
Green, Andrea Rogers, (third row) Krishna Lewis, Wiiliam Clemmons Jr., Jason Stulnaker, Kenny Agin, A J. Patterson, AAsx Freeman,
Assistant Geraldine McKoy, (top row ) Tiauna Walker, Cory Kemp, Morris Cook J r^ Adrian Peterson, Harry Boney Jr. Mallory Mitchell,
STUDENTS iN THE NEWS
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NCSU Dean's List
Brunswick County students were
among 3,485 undergraduates earn
ing dean's list honors a i N.C. State
University during the spring semes
To mike the dean's list students
must earn an academic average of
3.25 or higher if they arc carrying 15
or more hours of course work, or a
3.5 grade point average if they are
carrying 12 to 14 hours.
These students had perfect 4.0 av
erages: William Edward Bringc and
Jennifer Collen Leigh of Ocean Isle
Beach and Christopher S. Byrd and
Frederick A. Hewett II, both of
The following students also made
the dean's list: Michael James
Baldwin and John D. Nichols.
Southport: Erica Leigh Fan. Sunset
Beach; Raymond Chancey Howard.
Supply: Sean Marcus Hughes, Shal
lottc: William Forrest Jackson.
Ocean Isle Beach.
Two Brunswick County students
won academic honors at Campbell
University during the spring semes
Daryl Wayne Trexlcr of Southport
was named to the president's list,
and John Marcus Sellars of Leland
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The president's list names stu
dents who, during their second or a
later semester at Campbell, are eligi
ble for the dean's list and present on
the school's 4.0 scale a cumulative
grade-point average of 3.5 on all
col lege work attempted.
The dean's list recognizes stu
dents who have achieved an average
of 3.25 or better in completing 12 or
more semester hours.
Two local students were among
those awarded masters' degrees dur
ing UNC-Charlotte's 29th com
mencement May 14 at Charlotte
Jill Ann Hewett of Forest Drive,
Shallottc, earned her degree in read
ing education. Terry E. Allen of Sea
Aire Canal, Supply, earned his in
Stephen Matthew Lancaster grad
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earning the bachelor of arts degree
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
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Honored At UNCW
A Leland student was among 252
minority students honored for their
leadership and academic success at
Turisa Taylor, daughter of Yong
Yi Taylor of Leland. won one of 209
academic awards given to students
who showed outstanding success
during the 1993 school year. To
qualify, students must have complet
ed 12 semester hours with a grade
point average of 3.0 or better for the
spring or fall semesters.
Ryland A. Dunker of West Bay
Street. Southport, was named to the
dean's list at UNC-Greensboro for
the second semester.
Included on the dean's list are stu
dents who earn a grade point ratio of
3.5 or better and who have no grade
below C for the semester.
Ten Brunswick CouCy students
were awarded degrees in (be spring
1994 commencement exercises at
the tiniversitv of North Carolina at
Chapel Hill. *
Graduating with distinction were
Kelly Leanne Ward of Shallotte,
earning the bachelor's degree in mu
sic education, and Andrea Eden
Phillips of Eden, receiving the A.B.
degree in education with majors in
intermediate elementary education
Other UNC-CH graduates are:
? Becky Nicole King, Ash, B.S.,
? Kimberly Michelle Bryant,
Bolivia, B.A., sociology;
? Rosetta Laveme Jones, Holden
Beach, A.B., journalism/mass com
? John David Ward. Shallotte,
Doctor of Medicine;
? Sara Boone Conrad, Southport,
? Sutton Crawford Foy, South
port, B.A., Spanish;
? Jennifer Lucille Reed, South
port, Doctor of Medicine;
? Benjamin Ashworth Wilson
III, Southport. B.A.. history and po
UNC-CH Dean's List
Three Brunswick County students
were among more than 3.500
University of North Carolina at
Chapel Hill students recognized for
outstanding academic achievements
on the spring 1994 dean's list.
They are Amelia Ann Hawes of
Bolivia, Robin Yvetter Freeman of
Leland and Albert Glen Trunneil III
Students arc eligible for the
dean's list if they earn at least a 3.2
grade-point average on a 4.0 scale
while taking IS or more letter ferscfe
hours or if they earn a 3.5 grade
point average while taking at least
1 2 letter-grade hours.
CFCC Honors List
Cape Fear Community College
has released its academic honors
lists for the spring quarter.
Named to the president's list for
earning grade point averages of
4.0 ? straight A's ? are Brenda I.
Bennett of Calabash; Amanda G.
Bannerman, Wendy W. Hcrker and
Penny B. Long, all of Leland; Fawn
M. Byrd of Wimabow; Naacy G.
Crawford of Southport; and Yvonne
M. Powers, Ronnie L Rivenbark
and Stephanie D. Watkins, Long
Students on the clean's list, with
grade point averages of 3.50 or better
with no grade lower than C, included
Catheryn J. Mintz of Shallotte;
Sabrina M. Vamam, Supply; Janice
O. Harrison and Todd C Hart,
Southport; Kristi L Brown, Tommy
J. Brown. Sharon B. Creech, Jason
E. Gore, Sheryl L. Parrish and Cindy
J. Sullivan, all of Leland; and John
G. Stewart and Lena M. Sullivan,
both of Winnabow.
Cape Fear Grads
The following Brunswick County
students were graduated from Cape
Fear Community College following
the spring semester:
? Sandra P. Cox, Supply; Fawn
M. Byrd and Robert R. Weidner,
Winnabow; Terence R. Fuller.
Ocean Isle Beach; Janice O. Harr
ison and Michael R. McNeill,
Southport; Darrell W. Helms, Long
Beach; Larry E. Whitt, Yaupon
? Also Joy P. Bevel, Judy I.
Branch. Kristi L Brown, Sharon B.
Creech, Dean a B. Garst, Gary L
Garst, Loleita D. Graham, John A.
Harrison, Virginia R. Johnson, Carol
S. Jones, James E- Luftis III, Jul
ianne W. Ludewig, Angela D.
Mintz, Alexander H. Moore, Wendy
Reeves and Gail L Wise, all of
Hardee Chosen To Attend
N.C. School Of The Arts
Kelly Hardee, who just completed
her sophomore year at South Bruns
wick High School, has been accept
ed for enrollment this fall at the
N.C. School of the Arts.
The daughter of William T. and
Carol U. Hardee of Winnabow, she
will study trombone in the School of
Hardee has studied with Mike
Kris of the University of North Car
olina at Wilmington, Buddy Gudger,
Suth Brunswick High, and Steve
Skillman, South Brunswick Middle.
An honor student at South
Brunswick, she is a member of inc
UNC-W Wind Ensemble. She has
played with the Wilmington Aca
demy of Music Orchestra, played at
the Pembroke Festival and attained
all-district band three years and state
honors band two years.
Located in Winston-Salem, NC
SA is an institution of the University
of North Carolina System. When it
opened in 1965, NCSA was the fust
state-supported residential arts
school of its kind in the nation. Its
international enrollment spans sev
enth grade through graduate school,
all promising artists selected by au
dition and/or interview. The school
is dedicated U> picpaiing uuenieu
artists for professional careers.
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