for the love of dance and music...
Hey, I'm Emily! I'm from Aiken, South Carolina which was recognized by the National Civic League in 1997, being awarded the All-America City Award.  I enjoy sports, love shooting sporting clays, and I used to dance (more specifically pointe). I play the piccolo in the Yellow Jacket Marching Band, but I also play the tenor saxophone. Oh, and if you ever need anything, just come find me!
Pages I Am Working On
Source Summary: Engineering the New South: Georgia Tech, 1885-1985 - The Administration of Isaac Hopkins and the Commercial Shop Experience: Extracurricular Activities in the Early Years
Source Summary: Engineering the New South: Georgia Tech, 1885-1985 - The Administration of Lyman Hall: Extracurricular Activities
Source Summary: Engineering the New South: Georgia Tech, 1885-1985 - Tech in the Progressive Era: Physical Expansion
Source Summary: Engineering the New South: Georiga Tech, 1885-1985 - The Brittain Era: National Recognition
Source Summary: Engineering the New South: Georgia Tech, 1885-1985 - World War II and Expansion: Student Life
Source Summary: Another Track Meet, Jackets Run Hog-Wild Over W. & L. (The Technique, 10-23-1917)
Source Summary: Tech Smothers Indians, Largest Score of Season (The Technique, 11-20-1917)
Source Summary: Women's Tennis Team Wins National Championship (The Whistle, 2007)
Source Summary: Remarks by Georgia Tech President G. Wayne Clough, Legislative Network Briefing, 2007
Source Summary: Player, Coach, Mentor, Bryan Shelton Comes Full Circle (The Technique, 2008)
Source Summary: Gymnast Reached NCAA Finals (The Technique, 4/8/1977)
Source Summary: Jacket Team Hosts Tigers Saturday (The Technique, 2/18/1977)
Source Summary: Tech Gymnasts Blitz Dogs and Southern (The Technique, 2/4/1977)
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Your efforts on the Wiki have been worth talking about (in a good way)!
Keep up the good work!
Good work adding to our license discussion this week. I would suggest you try to get started organizing the plagiarism committee, since you were one of the original volunteers for this group. Afamiglietti 15:39, 1 November 2010 (EDT)
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Your participation on the Wiki has been, well, a bit of a wreck! Perhaps you've been ramblin' and haven't had time to check in?
Hope to see more from you soon!
You've only made a handful of edits, and your draft remains empty. Afamiglietti
15:44, 22 November 2010 (EST)
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Your efforts on the Wiki have been worthy of Presidential Recognition!
Keep up the excellent work!
Much better. You've been one of the most active editors on the plagiarism committee. Now, can you find the improperly sourced material on our wiki? Afamiglietti
17:54, 6 December 2010 (EST)
- ↑ Aiken, South Carolina. (30 August 2010). In Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Retrieved 30 August 2010 from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aiken,_SC