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Miss Alcorn State University 2005-2006 (6497 hits)

Adrienne Synelle White

Classification: Senior
Hometown: Clarksdale, MS
Major: English Education

Lady Adrienne Synelle White is the charming daughter of Mr. Arthur and Mrs Odessa White. A native of Clarksdale, MS, she is currently involved in various national organizations, including Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., Delta Epsilon chapter, Order of the Eastern Star, and the National Council of Negro Women. ASU Interfaith Gospel Choir, ASU Student Leader, Disciplinary Committee, Resident Assistant, and Alcorn Writing Center Tutor only begin the list of Miss White’s contribution to the Alcorn community. Throughout her matriculation at Alcorn, Lady Adrienne had maintained Dean’s List status and currently holds a 3.65 grade point average on a 4.0 scale. A distinguished member of Sigma Tau Delta International English Honor Society, Miss White is pursuing a career in the field of education.

Miss White hopes to attain her doctoral degree and someday become a leading educational administrator. Her personal philosophy is “Never say never; with perseverance and determination, any dream can become reality”. Lady Adrienne is a member of the Mckinley Street Church of Christ, under the leadership of Pastor Sam Wiggins.
Posted By: Reginald Culpepper
Friday, March 24th 2006 at 6:16PM
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