Summer 1999 Emory Magazine

Commencement 1999

"May we here today be exhilarated"

Five Receive Honorary Degrees
154th Commencement Facts

Student Awards
Brittain Award: Cameron N. Welborn '99L
McMullan Award: Brant D. Brown '99C

Ones to Watch
Brian M. Oubre'99C
Katrina R. Samuels '99C
Stephanie M. Denton '99C

Kenya K. Hansford '99B
Jason R. Howard '99B

Oxford College Commencement
Millennial musings
"You have given us yourself"

Ones to Watch:
Kenya K. Hansford '99C


Business with a political science minor

Motto: "To whom much is given much is required. God's law requires sowing and reaping."
A major accomplishment at Emory: Won the American Debate Association national debate championship in 1998 with Anjan Sahni

A life-changing event at Emory:

Going on tour with Voices of Inner Strength in 1997. "Even though debate is part of my life, I have to say Voices was my favorite extracurricular activity, because it keeps me in touch with who I truly am: with or without my accomplishments, one of God's children."
Favorite professor:

"Hands down, Melissa Wade. She believed in me when no one else, including myself, believed in me. She sees the special part of each of her students and strives to help them see it and share it with the world."

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