(' 98 BMED) of Evansville, Ind., has been named assistant director of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, a lOO-year-old men's music fraternity. E-mail: ripper- email@example.com.
Faces in the Crowd
Elizabeth Lorraine Bo Wtnan (' 98
BSN) and Marty Allen Beal of Maiden.
,... Leigh Karen Byrd (' 98 AB) and
Brian Mayo Holloman of Rocky Mount.
,... Jennifer Lynn Leitch (' 98 BSBIO)
and Reggie Allen Hatley II ofAlbemarle. , 99 Renae Michelle Blan-
ton (' 99 MSN) of
Bryson City has joined
the staffof Tallulah Health Center. ,...
Ian Tholllas Pallllquist (' 99 AB) of
Raleigh has been named administrative
coordinator for the Equality N.C. polit-
ical action committee. ,... Gregory
Scott Slelllp (' 99 JD) of Durham has
joined the Kansas City, Mo., law firm of
Shook Hardy & Bacon LLP as an asso-
ciate in the torts section.
Bartley Lawrence Barefoot (' 99 JD)
and Vigdis Engebretsen of Washington,
Jerry Stackhouse ' 97, left, and Antawn Jamison ' 99 spent an aftemoon away from courting the boards
in the NBA to don the boards in Chapel Hill-the mortarboards, that is. Stackhouse, who left UNC after
his sophomore year in 1995, and Jamison, a forward for the Golden State Warriors who entered the NBA
draft after his junior season in 1998, each completed their requirements for bachelor's degrees in African
American studies last summer and joined their classmates for Commencement at the Smith Center on
Stackhouse, a starting guard for the Pistons, flew back to Detroit following the 2 p.m. ceremony to play
Philadelphia that evening. Fans who wore a graduation cap and gown to the game received free admission,
and the Pistons made a donation to Carolina's general scholarship fund in Stackhouse's honor. Fittingly, he
led all scorers with 26 points in the 104-91 victory.
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