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UVI SEEKS A NEW QUEEN TO REIGN AS MISS UVI

Aug. 2, 2002 – The University of the Virgin Islands is looking for a new queen – one to wear the title of Miss UVI.
The Queen's Committee is accepting applications for contestants for a Nov. 2 pageant on St. Croix. Applicants will be judged on ambassadorial presentation, personal interview, business wear/introduction, question and answer, evening wear and talent.
To be eligible to compete a student must be a matriculated UVI female, not be on social or academic probation, never have been married, must not be a parent, must have a 2.50 grade point average or better, and have completed at least 12.5 credits, said a release.
Miss UVI for 2001-2002, Nyasha Mutunhu, was crowned in October 2001.
For more information call UVI's student activities office at 693-1111 or 692-4188.
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