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Tornado Damage (Nov 10, 2002)

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The Hurt Commons building suffered most of the damage from the tornado that hit on Saturday, Nov. 9. Construction crews began working on restructuring the wall on Monday, Nov. 11 and the commons will receive new carpet and furniture. - Photo by Justin Veneman
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The Hurt Commons building suffered most of the damage from the tornado that hit on Saturday, Nov. 9. Construction crews began working on restructuring the wall on Monday, Nov. 11 and the commons will receive new carpet and furniture. - Justin Veneman
New banners that had lined the campus during the fall semester were found in various states of disrepair after the tornado. - Photo by Kristen Hiller
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New banners that had lined the campus during the fall semester were found in various states of disrepair after the tornado. - Kristen Hiller
Sophomore Katie Grashot from Millington, TN calls her insurance company about the damage sustained to her car as a result of the tornado that hit campus Saturday night. - Photo by Jim Veneman
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Sophomore Katie Grashot from Millington, TN calls her insurance company about the damage sustained to her car as a result of the tornado that hit campus Saturday night. - Jim Veneman
Pam Schock, Residence Director for Hurt Commons, surveys the damage done to the large windows in the Hurt Commons as a result of the tornado that hit campus Saturday night.  - Photo by Jim Veneman
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Pam Schock, Residence Director for Hurt Commons, surveys the damage done to the large windows in the Hurt Commons as a result of the tornado that hit campus Saturday night. - Jim Veneman
President David S. Dockery meets with key representatives from Student Services to assess student needs. Pictured from right to left: Dean of Students Kimberly Thornbury, Director of Safety & Security Larry Ross, Director of Residence Life Kathy Southall, and Provost Carla Sanderson. - Photo by Jim Veneman
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President David S. Dockery meets with key representatives from Student Services to assess student needs. Pictured from right to left: Dean of Students Kimberly Thornbury, Director of Safety & Security Larry Ross, Director of Residence Life Kathy Southall, and Provost Carla Sanderson. - Jim Veneman
Sophomore James Harvey (center) and his roommate pooled $100 of their own money to buy doughnuts, orange juice, duct tape & plastic to help meet students' immediate needs on Sunday morning. - Photo by Jim Veneman
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Sophomore James Harvey (center) and his roommate pooled $100 of their own money to buy doughnuts, orange juice, duct tape & plastic to help meet students' immediate needs on Sunday morning. - Jim Veneman
Sunday morning students lined up to report property damage sustained as a result of the tornado that hit campus Saturday night. Pictured in the foreground is Freshman Kerra Kunce from Nashville. - Photo by Jim Veneman
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Sunday morning students lined up to report property damage sustained as a result of the tornado that hit campus Saturday night. Pictured in the foreground is Freshman Kerra Kunce from Nashville. - Jim Veneman
McAfee Resident Director son Seth Herr and friend Matthew Van Neste climb on a large tree that fell behind the McAfee Commons Saturday night as a result of the tornado.  - Photo by Jim Veneman
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McAfee Resident Director son Seth Herr and friend Matthew Van Neste climb on a large tree that fell behind the McAfee Commons Saturday night as a result of the tornado. - Jim Veneman
A temporarily-stalled clock on Miller Tower currently reads 12:05 reflecting the time the tornado came through on Saturday night/early Sunday morning. - Photo by Jim Veneman
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A temporarily-stalled clock on Miller Tower currently reads 12:05 reflecting the time the tornado came through on Saturday night/early Sunday morning. - Jim Veneman
Temporarily-displaced students watch power line repairs as they wait for shuttle buses to donated rooms at the nearby Jameson Inn. - Photo by Jim Veneman
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Temporarily-displaced students watch power line repairs as they wait for shuttle buses to donated rooms at the nearby Jameson Inn. - Jim Veneman
Junior Sarah Thompson from Arkadelphia, AR begins the process of cleaning up the damage in her kitchen as a result of the tornado that came through on Saturday night. - Photo by Jim Veneman
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Junior Sarah Thompson from Arkadelphia, AR begins the process of cleaning up the damage in her kitchen as a result of the tornado that came through on Saturday night. - Jim Veneman
Lunch was served by ARAMARK Sunday afternoon in the hallway of the Barefoot Student Union Building for the students and those helping with the tornado clean-up. - Photo by Jim Veneman
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Lunch was served by ARAMARK Sunday afternoon in the hallway of the Barefoot Student Union Building for the students and those helping with the tornado clean-up. - Jim Veneman
The SAEs worked on removing the large tree that fell on the back porch of their fraternity house on Saturday night as a result of the tornado. - Photo by Jim Veneman
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The SAEs worked on removing the large tree that fell on the back porch of their fraternity house on Saturday night as a result of the tornado. - Jim Veneman
President David S. Dockery and Senior Vice President for Business Services Gary Carter speak with John Paul Cole from the TBC Disaster Relief team about tornado damage relief efforts that will begin Monday morning.  - Photo by Jim Veneman
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President David S. Dockery and Senior Vice President for Business Services Gary Carter speak with John Paul Cole from the TBC Disaster Relief team about tornado damage relief efforts that will begin Monday morning. - Jim Veneman
Senior Nicole Geyer, biology major, and junior Ashley Larue, public relations major, examine the damage done to the Kappa Delta house after the tornado. - Photo by Lindsay Stavish
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Senior Nicole Geyer, biology major, and junior Ashley Larue, public relations major, examine the damage done to the Kappa Delta house after the tornado. - Lindsay Stavish
The Miller Tower clock froze at 12:05 a.m. as the tornado warnings sounded. - Photo by Lindsay Stavish
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The Miller Tower clock froze at 12:05 a.m. as the tornado warnings sounded. - Lindsay Stavish
Massive winds and flying debris caused many students like sophomore Zandrea Jackson, art major, and senior Gin Langford, psychology major, to clean glass out of their cars. - Photo by Lindsay Stavish
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Massive winds and flying debris caused many students like sophomore Zandrea Jackson, art major, and senior Gin Langford, psychology major, to clean glass out of their cars. - Lindsay Stavish
Junior Lauren Robbins, psychology major, had sustained major damage to her Toyota as a result of the tornado. - Photo by Kristen Hiller
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Junior Lauren Robbins, psychology major, had sustained major damage to her Toyota as a result of the tornado. - Kristen Hiller
More than 500 cars suffered glass and dent damage when 110 mph winds blew through the McAfee Residence Complex parking lot. - Photo by Kristen Hiller
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More than 500 cars suffered glass and dent damage when 110 mph winds blew through the McAfee Residence Complex parking lot. - Kristen Hiller
The measure of destruction was clearly seen Nov. 10 as senior youth ministry majors Drew Mehta and Adam Lickey saw the campus in the daylight for the first time. - Photo by Lindsay Stavish
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The measure of destruction was clearly seen Nov. 10 as senior youth ministry majors Drew Mehta and Adam Lickey saw the campus in the daylight for the first time. - Lindsay Stavish
<i>I thought the damage was worse than what was described to me,</i> said freshman Chris Arnold, Christian ethics major, on his reaction after he returned to campus. - Photo by Kristen Hiller
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I thought the damage was worse than what was described to me, said freshman Chris Arnold, Christian ethics major, on his reaction after he returned to campus. - Kristen Hiller
Throughout the campus, the high winds of the tornado downed power lines knocking the power out for close to 30 hours. - Photo by Lindsay Stavish
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Throughout the campus, the high winds of the tornado downed power lines knocking the power out for close to 30 hours. - Lindsay Stavish
Sophomore Jodie Curtis surveys the damage sustained by her car in the recent tornado. - Photo by Kristen Hiller
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Sophomore Jodie Curtis surveys the damage sustained by her car in the recent tornado. - Kristen Hiller

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