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ee ee In choosing this year's theme, we asked the question, "Wh at is the most popular aspect of life for a college student, today? " The answer was simple : social media. Every student is in some way tied to social media whether it is through keeping up with friends at home on Facebook, tweeting about every aspect of life on Twitter, watching entertaining videos on Youtube, or posting the daily picture challenge on lnstagram . With th e popularity of social media, it was only fitting for this year's theme to mirror the developments made by tec hnology. "Get Calciid Connected ." 1


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IJ http: //Wivw .goog #hi =en&outpu t= search&sc lient= psy-ab&q =table+of +eontents&oq =table+ of+ contents&gs_l =hp.3..014 .3 59 5.1 0 +You Search Images Maps Play YouTube News Gmall Documents Calendar More· Go g e Search table of contents - Li estone table of contents table of contents table of contents word table of contents template table of contents word 2010 Press Enter to search. I Web Images Maps Videos News Shopping Books More Student life 4-5 Orientation> pg.6/7 Student life Homecoming > pg.8/9 Student life Halloween> pg. 10/11 Student life Christmas on Campus> pg. 12/13 Student life Limestone on Cores > pg. 14/15 Student life Alumni Weekend> pg. 16/17 Classes 18- 19 Faculty Staff> pg.20/21 /22/23/24/25 Classes Underclassmen> pg.26/27 /28/29/30/31 Classes Seniors> pg.32/33/34/35/36/37 Clubs - Organizations 38-39 Athletic Tratners > pg.40/41 Clubs - Organizations Calciid > pg.42/43 Clubs - Organizations Christian Education and Leadership Prog ram> pg.44/ 45 Clubs - Organizations Criminal Justice> pg.46/47 Clubs - Organizations Haus of Art> pg48/49 Clubs - Organizations Limestone Activities Board> pg.50/51 Clubs - Organizations Music Groups> pg.52/53/54/55 Clubs - Organizations Ph1 Alpha Theta History Honor Society> pg .56/57 Gaffney, SC Change location Show search tools How to Create a Table of Contents in Word 2007 For Dummies ... Nov 19, 2009- 3 min- Uploaded by fordummies Build and update a Word 2007 table of contents easily by marking and formatting headings and subheadings ... More videos for table of contents » Table of Contents: the Standard Template Library 2


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Sign in • +You Search lmagn Map• Play You Tube 0 Sign in ==========::::::-,......,..------------~ el Now. Gm•ll Documents C.lend•r More. Limestone table of contents table table table table of contents of contents word of contents template of contents word 201 0 I'm Feeling Lucky • - 0.· ~oogle Press Enter to search Clubs - Organizations Psychology Club> pg. 58/59 Clubs - Organizations Resident Assistants> pg. 60/61 Clubs - Organizations Social Work Club> pg. 62/63 Clubs - Organizations Student Alumni Leadership> pg. 64/65 Clubs - Organizations Student Government Association> pg. 66/67 Clubs - Organizations Students in Free Enterprise > pg 68/69 Clubs - Organizations Theatre> pg. 70/71 Sports 72-73 Women's Field Hockey> pg.74/75/76/77 Sports Cross Country> pg.78/79/80/81 Sports Women's Soccer > pg.82/83/84/85 Sports Men's Soccer> pg.86/87 /88/89 Sports Women's Volleyball> pg. 90/91/92/93 Sports Women's Sw1mming > pg. 94/95/96/97 Sports Men's Swimming> pg. 98/99/100/101 Sports Women's Basketball> pg. 102/103/104/105 Sports Men's Basketball> pg. 106/107/108/109 Sports Cheerleading > pg . 110/111/112/113 Sports Wrestling> pg. 114/115/116/117 Sports Men's Volleyball> pg. 118/119/120/121 Sports Softball > pg. 122/123/124/125 Sports Baseball> pg.126/l27 /128/129 Sports Women's Lacrosse > pg. 130/131 /132/133 Sports Men's Lacrosse > pg. 134/135/136/137 Sports Tennis> pg .138/l39/140/l41 Sports Golf> pg. 142/143/144/145 Sports Track and F1eld > pg. 146/147/148/149 Advertisements 150 > 154 Index 155 > 3


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Signing up @Limestone Sign up, log in, and welcome to Limestone! Eve ry school year starts off with orientation, where students register for classes, tour the campus, and move into the dorms. During the week of August 19th, students were able to partic ipate in various activities such as volunteering in the community, liste ning to Limestone's iPan band, enjoying the campus-wide cookout, and meeting new and old friends. Once the students were settled into their new dorms, before classes actually began, they received an official welcome from th e Gaffney community. Limestone-onLimestone is a fairly new annual event organized by the City of Gaffney in collaboration with the many local businesses. Available to the students were live entertainment, discount c ards to the loc al businesses, and c ash raffle prizes. Excited and energized th e students were prepared to stay logged in for the rest of the school year. The lines at orientation continue to grow as incoming freshmen and returning students get ready to officially start the school year. The day was bittersweet for both the parents and students as most of them prepare to soy goodbye for the first time. As a resident assistant and p resident of the student body, Senior Nicholas Shumate does everything he con to help make the transition into college easier for the newest members of the Limestone family, including p resenting them with the Limestone College Discount Cord. Students were able to use the cord at local restaurants and businesses to make purchases at a discounted rote. 6


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Before registering for c lasses, students patiently wait to meet with representatives of the Financial Aid Student Services, Health Services and Business Offices in order to get cleared. Orientation has been in the Tim ken Gymnasium the last two years, in hopes of making the process easier for everyone involved. get onnected alciid Senior Shawn Graves and the rest of the iPan Band entertain the families during checked in. The group shared their eclec tic sound throughout orientation week at various events including Limestone on Limestone. Freshman Samantha Akl completes her first day of orientation by getting her yearbook picture taken . With the freshman class being so large, the yearbook served as a great way for students to get to know each other. 7


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Reconnecting to the omepage While preparing for the buzz of Homecoming weekend. a lumni use this as a time to reconnect past friendships and relive the memories of Limestone . The weekend kicked off with the Scholars, Dollars. and Chocolates Banquet. a fundraising event that helps to p rovide scholarships for Cherokee County students. The 13th Annual Saints Club Golf Tournament was an outing catered to sponsors. teammates, and alumni to raise money to support the Limestone College Athletics Department. The Limestone Activity Board sponsored a Family Fun Day consisting of a lumni athletic games. inflatables. and a cookout. There. participants enjoyed fresh funnel cakes, fried Oreos. and refreshments. The festivities continued w ith the 2011 Hall of Fame Banquet. where the entire 2000 men 's lacrosse team was honored for their first-ever NCAA Division II Nati onal Championship. Also inducted were 1976 basketball player Michael K. Coles. 2006 baseball player Kevin Pucetas, and 1999 women's lacrosse player Trisha Davidson Jordan. Th e Hall of Fame ceremony and reception concluded the exciting weekend, al lowing form er classmates, teammates and alumni to share in yet another memory and log out of another great year. Former men's lacrosse coach and current Vice President for Intercollegiate Athletics Mike Cerino accepts an award honoring the the 2000 men's lacrosse team at the 2011 Hall of Fame Banquet. The squad became NCAA Division II Champions after an impressive 13 win season. earning Limestone men's lacrosse its first national title . ..._.~-,a,.,;jr:;;o~o..;;;;o;~. 8


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(1 .) Lady Saints lacrosse players Racquel Prager, a Senior attack, and Brittany Howard. a Junior midfielder, join the festivities at the Hall of Fame Reception . (2.) Junior Joron Ferrer and Freshman Michael Makaza perform with the Jazz Ensemble at the 2011 Scholars, Dollars, and Chocolates Banquet. The event raised $22, 154 for scholarships that benefit students from Chero kee County. (3.) Tricia Davidson Jordan, a 1999 graduate, celebrates b eing inducted into the 2011 Hall o f Fame . As a member of the very first Limestone women 's lacrosse team, she led her team for two seasons in shots, points, goals, and assists. (4.) The Student Alumni Leadership Council stops for a quick break to catch their breaths as th ey help prepare dinner and desserts for donors and corporate sponsors at the Scholars, Dollars, and Chocolates Banquet. SALC members, along with the women's lacrosse and men's wrestling teams, volunteered as servers and valets for the event. (5.) After spending hours on the mound as pitcher for the a lumni softball games, Junior Leah Quant. wearing a tie dye shirt she made, shows off school spirit as she spent time at the c ampus wide picnic duri ng Homecoming weekend. Outside of softbalL the elementary education major kept busy this year as a member o f the Student Alumni Leadership Council and as a Resident Assistant . (6.) Junior Stephen Jennings showcases his musical talents duri ng the Scholars, Dollars, and Chocolates Banquet. Even though he devoted a lot of his schedule to being a Resident Assistant and a member of the Limestone Activity Boord. Stephen made sure he found the time to continue to hone his craft. 9


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rick weet With the fall semester in full swing and students needing a break from the stress of midterms and term papers, Halloween at Limestone quickly becam e a trending topic as it was a great way for many to escape from their routi ne and be somethi ng other than a student for a w hile. Students and community members alike had the c hance to participate in various activities on campus such as a Halloween-themed Late Night Limestone and a viewing of the original horror fl ick "Halloween" in the front of camp us. Other happenings throughout the week included a p umpkin smashi ng contest, a gi nger bread house b ui ldi ng contest, and a p um pkin carvi ng contest. The most talked about event, however, was the ghost walk through the "haunted" halls of Granberry, the Curtis Administration Building, and Cooper Hall w ith professional ghost hunters. Finally, on Halloween night, several of Li mestone 's clubs and organizations hosted "Trick-or-Treating w ith the Saints," which gave community members and students a safe p lace to show off their costumes and receive sweet treats. As the fun began to dwindle, Ha lloween definitely gave the students and community something to tweet about. Lady Saints softball pitcher Junior Shelby Webb gives out candy to the decorated trickor-treaters from her College Drive home. Because of "Trick or Treating with the Saints... College Drive became the first stop for many families on their way to and from campus. 10


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This colorful creation wins the haunted ginger bread house building contest . The competition was just one of many student-led activities that took place throughout the week . This year. Halloween is particularly special for Resident Director LaShanta Harris as she takes her one-year-old son Noah tricking-or-trea ting for the first time. LaShanta. who also served as advisor for the Limestone Activity Board. helped organize the successful event. Freshman Michael Carrington shares treats with a couple of his classmates as he works the Student Government Association table at "Trick-orTreating w ith the Saints." This was Michael 's first year as a member of SGA. The Limestone College Wind Ensemble plays a set of spooky tunes to help set th e ambiance for the night. Each member of the band. including instruc tor Dr. Doug Presley (as "Mr.Incredible"), d ressed up in Halloween costumes for their performance . Juniors Lindsay Hackett. Sara Parker and Hannah Dave get into the sp irit of the holiday as they trick-or-treat with a much younger group o f "Saints." Students gather in front of the Curtis Administration Building to watch the 1978 film, "Halloween," and enjoy food catered by Lisa's Hawg 'n Dawg BBQ. The collaborative project. led by the Student Alumni Leadership Council. with help from the Student Government Association. introduced the horror classic to a newer audience. 11


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Happy Holidays! #ChristmasOnCampus While school spirit is a lways present on campus, it was the spirit of Christmas that made it one of th e most visited sites of the year. On December 3, 2011 , everyone began chatting about Limestone College's 27th Annual "Christmas on Campus" celebration. The evening began with the lighting of th e luminaries, a tradition that connec ts the community to the College as members of each athletic team placed them along College Drive, Rutledge Avenue, South Petty, South Johnson, and Limestone Streets. The Music Department cemented the cheerful mood w ith a playlist of Christmas classics during their annual "Sounds of the Season " concert which has become a big hit with the community; Limestone rep lays it every year. The arrival of Santa Claus and th e lighti ng of the campus Christmas tree made for an exciting eveni ng, bringing lots of traffic to campus. Instead of going door to door. the Limestone College and Community Chorus performed Christmas c arols to a ll who atte nded their "Sounds of the Season" concert. The conc ert a lso includ ed the Bufo rd Bells of Buford Street United Methodist Church, the Limestone College Men's Ensemble. a nd the Limestone Colleg e iPan Ba nd. The long-awaited arrival of Santa Claus is always a highlight of the annual "Christmas on Campus " event. Boys and girls of all ages b raved the cold just for the chance to sit on the lap of Old Saint Nick. 12


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Seniors and Lady Saints lacrosse players Lauren Smith and Raquel Prager light luminaries along the sidewalks leading up to the college. The luminaries seNed as a decorative requirement for community members to participate in the "Limestone Luminaries Christmas Decorating Contest." a:ntpus onnected get President Dr. Walt Griffin leads a crowd of Limestone faculty and staff. students. and community members in a countdown to the lighting of the Christmas tree at the 27th Annual "Christmas on Campus" celebration. After the lighting of the tree. Dr. Griffin also welcomed Santa Claus to the decorated campus. The Christmas decorations engulfing the college get sophomores Caitlin Salerno and Paige Edwards and juniors Nathania LaPierre and Joanna Mannon into the Christmas spirit. The girls were able to take a break from their busy swimming schedule to enjoy the festivities. 13


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(News feed) Limestone Gives Back On August 22, 2011 , Limestone College had everyone's news feed buuing as it initiated Limestone CARES, a community service project that made headlines as it strove to help those in need in the community and worldwide , The College teamed up with Stop Hunger Now, an international hunger relief organization that distributes food and aid around the world, to c reate and package 62,034 meals to send to famine stricken parts of Africa. Limestone' s efforts became more local as more than 500 students, faculty, and staff became sources of relief and volunteered their time to various projects throughout Cherokee County, including cleaning up middle school, working with Habitat for Humanity, and painting and landscaping different churches and housing fa ci lities. In all, Limestone College students completed over 2,000 hours of community services and gave the com munity lots to chat about. Sophomore Donta Ingram accepts th e Association for Promotion of Campus Activities' (APCA) "Service Engagement Award" on behalf of Limestone College for Limestone CARES. The award, presented here by APCA judge David Kelly, was originally announced to the Limestone Activity Board at th e national APCA confe rence in Jacksonville, Florida. The incredible efforts of over 300 Limestone students and faculty gain widespread attention as the Limestone CARES food drive became the largest, meals-perstudent college event in the nation. Their hard work allowed them to easily surpass their goal of 62,000 meals. 14



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