Apr 25, 2006
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by Alicia Wotring, Editor in Chief
More than 500 students attended the 2006 Junior/ Senior banquet Saturday night at Hotel Roanoke.
The banquet featured a
Dr. Ergun Caner and Campus Pastor Johnnie Moore hosted the mock late-night show.
Senior Karen Young said her favorite part of the evening was when Caner presented a top-10 list: Rejected book titles of
“The book about all my books,” by
Chancellor Jerry Falwell was scheduled as a celebrity guest, though he was not able to stay the entire evening. He did come beforehand to take pictures.
Derek Webb, formerly of Caedmon’s Call, performed a concert at the end of the evening.
“It was really neat to hear him sing and to hear him by himself,” junior Amy Field said.
A committee of five juniors and seniors started planning the banquet in September.
“The people I spoke with enjoyed it,” senior Joel Rogers said.
During a brain-storming session, the committee came up with the idea of a late-night TV show spoof, a first for
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