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Leader of the Pack

submitted by OmarBadu on Friday, September 24 at 6:01 PM

The Leader of the Pack competition honors two students for outstanding achievement in leadership, scholarship, and university and community service. The scholarship rewards one female and one male who have excelled in these areas. The pool of applicants has been narrowed down through a combined score including GPA, 3 essays, and an interview.

Please help to decide this year’s Leaders of the Pack by voting on this coming Monday and Tuesday (Sept. 27 & 28) for Finalists Jen Crutchfield and Robby Moorefield.

http://vote.ncsu.edu

posted by Maugan on Friday, September 24 at 6:11 PM

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ncstatetke
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atta boy, Robby

[Edited on September 24, 2004 at 7:27 PM. Reason : ,]

9/24/2004 7:01:32 PM

HaLo
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why is the news article endorsing certain people. Wouldn't it be more appropriate to just say vote on monday and tuesday?

9/25/2004 10:06:06 AM

MinkaGrl01
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yeah, if you are going to name some finalists then you should name them all



[Edited on September 25, 2004 at 10:14 AM. Reason : make a thread if you want to influence who you want people to vote for]

9/25/2004 10:13:21 AM

ncslu
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Here are all the Candidates.

Females

Jennifer Crutchfield
Brandi NIcole Hinnant
Erin Welch

Males
Paul David Mobley
Robert Odell Moorefield III
Olu Orelaja (ncslu)

Vote.ncsu.edu on monday and tuesday

9/25/2004 11:24:42 AM

BikeHelmtGuy
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It's very biased to endose someone like that... I guess I'll go vote for someone other than those two!

9/25/2004 1:37:47 PM

Kay_Yow
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Just remember that the election only compromises one portion of the LOP award.

9/25/2004 2:22:34 PM

Cee-Jay
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GO ROBBY!!!

9/25/2004 9:58:52 PM

jackleg
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HMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM

9/26/2004 11:02:26 AM

Perlith
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Election counts for approximately 15% of the final score.

Make sure you read up on your candidates before voting, as they will be the people in charge of the Homecoming Committee next year. Also, keep in mind, out of the 40 some applicants, these 6 were the one that were narrowed down to; there were a LOT of good campus leaders that applied and didn't make it this far. Again, choose wisely

[Edited on September 26, 2004 at 1:09 PM. Reason : .]

9/26/2004 1:08:49 PM

mmpatel
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Quote :
"Just remember that the election only compromises one portion of the LOP award. "


Good call, Nat. As Perlith mentioned, the voting accont for 15% of the final score (the other 85% is based on an interview, 2 short essays, 1 long essay, and GPA).

http://vote.ncsu.edu

9/26/2004 2:03:17 PM

hoosyodaddy
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How am i gonna read up on the finalists? can i go to like..foxnews.com and check out the election 2004 stuff?

9/26/2004 7:21:45 PM

ncslu
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Be sure to check the Technician tomorrow, for all you would like to know about the Leader of the Pack Finalist

9/26/2004 7:59:24 PM

JenNCSU
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vote ERIN WELCH!!!

9/26/2004 10:22:12 PM

mmpatel
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http://technicianonline.com/story.php?id=010133

9/27/2004 1:21:58 AM

nutsmackr
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Gotta vote Jen Crutchfield.

9/27/2004 3:09:07 AM

rockonword
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^agreed... vote for Jennifer Crutchfield!

9/27/2004 9:23:06 AM

Mr Wuf
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Interview, Essays (short and long), the Student Body Vote, GPA, and a type of resume that's even verified...heavy emphasis placed on campus involvement, community involvement, service, scholarship, leadership, and overall presence in your world...

This is such an awesome program, and it's a great way to recognize each other for working so hard. It's always nice to see finalists and selectees that aren't even attached to student government; it seems that a lot of the time, SG's are the only ones that really know about the LOP award and apply for it--it's awsome when someone non-affiliated applies/wins and brings their slice of experience to the table...

10/4/2004 2:08:16 AM

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