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ADMISSIONS OFFICE 




Zenith '89 

High Point College 

High Point, North Carolina 

Volume 65 



Table of 
Contents 

Prologue 



A preview u> the events and life <« ' Ugh 
Point College during the msum) 
academic year. 



Faculty 16 



They are the buckbotw of the 
campus. The hardworking and 
dedicated staff of I Halt Point 
College work hard to help provide 
a good education for their students. 

Organizations 32 



The lifeline of the campus. The 
students choose one or several 
( ngai lizatk »; is ft >r act K teniics. 
special interests, or just plain full 
Pan of a good college experience is 
getting involved! 



Greeks < 



Over ao'x, oj our campus is Creek 
affiliated. Why Creeks'? There are 
parties, picnics, intrumuruls, 
dances and fun in the sun. It 
means a close circle oj friendship 
and a strong group on which you 
can depend. 



Sports 



Action. Excitement. Victory, Defeat. 
Sports have it all. 1 IPC Panther 
Spirit is what it's all about! We lake 
pride in our athletes. 

Students 9J 



The faculty, the organizations, the 
Creeks, and the sports wouldn't 
exist if it weren't for the students. 
They make the school what it is 
and they are the ones who briny 
the HPC campus to life! 



Year 'round. 
High Point 
College is 
admired Jor 
the explosive 
display o) 
flowers thai 
decorate the 
campus. 




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The 1988 
airband 
contestants 
explode upon 
the stage with 
their fancy 
dancing and 
their flashy 
colors. The 
Student Union 
sponsored the 
Spring 
Airband 
Concert. 



Epilogue 



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A summary of the past year. What 
was happening on campus arid in 
the world. 



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High Point 
College? Not 
exactly, it's a 
silhouette of 
three choir 
members from 
UPC in front of 
the Lincoln 
Center. Last 
Soring irie 
Choir toured 
New York City 
in between 
their concerts. 



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s we conic to the close of yet another decade, u>e lake some time 
. to reflect on the events that hove been unique to this era. Just as 
in any decade we have, seen many accomplishments, failures, 
victories, and defeat. We witnessed an explosion of new awareness in 
that time. The hits and pieces left of this explosion remain to remind us 
of the history of the 1980s. We saw the advancement of computer 
technology, the tragic explosion of the space shuttle, nation-wide rallies 
to slop world hunger, and we continue to search for a cure for AIDS. 



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Message for the ZENITH 

Jacob C. Martinson, Jr. 

September 26, 1988 



To me High Point College is special. Recently, I read about 
a survey taken by one of our finest universities. Members of 
the senior class of the undergraduate school were asked, "Are 
most of the faculty here strongly interested in the academic 
problems of undergraduates?" Only twenty-nine percent said 
yes. This is not the case at High Point College. 

The student body of High Point College is special. There 
is that deeply rooted part in most of the students which is 
stubbornly committed to saying yes to hope, yes to striving, 
yes to life, and yes to the best. Also, there seems to be 
a civic sense of others which after all is the answer to 
self-absorption. This has been shown again and again as we 
unify our efforts and meet needs not only in the classroom, 
but in the community. Across the years we have had students 
work in nursing homes and hospitals. We have seen students 
participate in the Bloodmobile with the College being one of 
the best sources of blood plasma in the county. We have 
observed students working in the Special Olympics helping the 
handicapped. We have observed adulthood at its best in the 
spirit of mutuality as we have learned how best to enhance 
not only our own lives, but the lives of others. Yes, High 
Point College is special. 

Best wishes to the Class of 1989. 



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Inaugurated as President of High Point College in 1985, Jacob C. Martinson. Jr. 
continued his career in administrative education. Before arriving at High Point. 
President Martinson had served as President of Brevard College for ten years, as well 
as President of Andrews College for five gears. Prior to these fifteen gears. President 
Martinson served as a minister for United Methodist Churches. 

Graduating from the Harvard University Institute for Educational Management, and 



President . . . Jacob C. Martinson, Jr. 




receiving a doctorate degree in Theology from the Yanderbilt University Divinity 
School are. only two of President Martinsons many educational accomplishments. 
Service activities include acting as previous Chairman of the North Carolina Friends 
of Higher Education, and acting as a member of the Presidents selection committee 
for the Board of Governors Medical Scholarship Program for North Carolina medical 
schools. 



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Parent's 
Weekend '88 

Warn) embraces, familiar faces, 
cries Of joy, and tears Of 
happiness — u can only be summed up 
in one phrase . . . Parent's Weekend. 

Whether a freshman, sophomore, funior, or senior. 
the parents welcome the opportunity to come and 
check out how their kids are adapting i" tfie 
college life it glues dad a chance i<< install that 
new stereo and mom a chance to set her mind at 
ctisc it also provides an opportunity for the 
parents to meet the faculty 
This (/cur's Parent's Weekend was an overall 
success. Parents came from us far north us Seiv 
York and way down south from Florida there 
were even some parents from as lar awaa as 
Puerto RiCO. Prom the demonstration o) the 
Learning Assistance' Center to the presentation <>; 
Capus Waynick and his tale <>/ being a KGB 
defector, it all added up to In- one great weekend 




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Fitness: 

Join The Masses 

And 

Get Into Shape! 

P*he biggest fad > >l the I980's has l)een 
getting info shape Being physically 
fit and tonal is m." We saw the uprising of 
many health clubs and aerobics centers. 
But u doesnt take a membership to be a 
pan of it all. Ujusi takes the motivation 
and patience to trim thosefeuj extra 
pounds where you don't want them. 

Popular ( iptions jor getting In shai »< 
here at i Ugh ( '.allege are aerobics, 
intramural sports. Nautilus, jogging, 
walking and hike riding on any given 
sunny day. HPC students are seen out 
playing frisbee or all geared up in their 
sweats ready for a jog. 

Contrary to the 'Freshman fifteen myth. 
more students are health conscious and 
choose to stay in shape. When you are 
physically fit you also feel better about 
yourself; wliich means better grades, 
right? 




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Intramurals Sports Boost HPC 



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s it thrill of winning or is it just getting out 
there to have a good time? Whatever the 
attraction, it is a big port of the 
extra-curricular activities at I Ugh Point. The 
Greeks supply their own teams and the 
independents put together a team as well. It 
is not an exclusive event, anyone, conjoin in 
— guys, girls. Greeks, and Independents. 
There is something in it for everyone — that's 
what makes it so much fun. 



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Spirit 



(l is easy to see that 
these spectators are 
hauing a great time 
watching the game. 
They're just taking a 
few minutes out of 
their busy day to 
kick back and have 
a few lauglis with 
some friends. 








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ntramurals extend throughout the entire 
school year. Each intramural season lasts 
about four to five weeks. These include: 
soccer, basketball, volleyball, bowling, 
tennis. Softball, and everyone's favorite ■ 
Ultimate frisbee. whether a spectator or a 
participant, there is something in it for 
everyone. By the way. the Sigs won this 
frisbee game against the Theta Chis. 16 to 7. 



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It's ALL GREEK To 

Me!?" 

What is a Greek and why is it 
such a big part of the social 
atmosphere at HPC? 

A Greek is someone who has chosen a spe< 
circle of friends unci is ready for a world i (j 
adventure, while a Greek life Isn't for everyone, it li 
for over half of the I Ugh Point College campus 
From dances to mixers to just plain fun. the Greeks 
are. in the midst oj excitement. 

I Ugh Point has four social fraternities and four 
social sororities. The fraternities are Delta Sigma 
Phi, Lambda Chi Alpha, Pi Kappa Alpha and Th 
Chi. The sororities are Alpha Gamma Delta, Kapi 
Delta. Phi Mu. and Zeta Tou Alpha. 

The Greeks aren't primarily cot teemed with 
having a good time. Each Greek organization 
supports a philanthropy such as A.R.C.. Prevention 
of child abuse, or the American Cancer Society. 
Also, many Greeks are actively involved with 
campus and community organizations. There is c 
little bit of everything in the Greek life. 



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Springtime 
explodes into 
Full Bloom at 
HPC 

As we pass from class to class we 
notice unfamiliar cars and faces. 
Local newspapers and radio announcers 
make admiring comments. Why the 
attention? It is because of our beautiful 
campus. The neatly trimmed hedges, the 
freshly cut grass, and the fragrant floral 
displays . . . that is the attraction. People 
conic from far and wide to admire the 
lieaaty and the warmth that our school 
has to offer. It is a significant asset and it 
is one we take a lot of pride in. 



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The faculty and staff members 
are the backbone of the 
college. They are the ones mho set 
the tradition and uphold the 
principles of the college. They are 
more than just faculty, they are 
High Point College. They were a 
part of the college, long before our 
arrival and will continue to be a 
part for many years to follow. 



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Day after day. year after year, generation after generation a group 
of leaders whose names have come to be referred to collectively 
as the "faculty" have knowingly grinned at our sometimes outrageous 
ambitions and eagerly helped us to attain our goals. We have learned 
to watch them as closely as they watch us. They have taught us to 
learn from our mistakes and to grow richly in the knowledge we have 
gained through our experiences Most importantly though, the faculty 
show us who we are. Only when we have become confident in 
ourselves can they begin to provide us with education we came to 
seek. 



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HPC FACULTY AND STAFF 



Dr. Lee Baker 
English 



Mr. Jarrett and Dr. 
Hodge are two 
distinctive personalities 
in the English 
Department. 




Ms. Donna Beck 

Admissii >;is < .'< ninseh <r 



l)r Richard lknninj*ion 
Business 



Mrs Johnnye Brown 
Business i )///((' 



Ms. Drema Bryant 
Computer Services 



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Dr. Martinson is serving 
his third year as president 
at High Point College 



Mrs Martha Blake 
Se< reiary, student Life 

Mrs Donna Burion 
Director oj Alumni Affairs 




Mr. lid Can. uly 
Duet un 11/ Campus Safety 



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Ms Kimberlv i ardwcll 

CAEP — Madison Park 

Campus 



Dr. David Cole 
/ listorii/l'olitical Science 



Dr. William ( ope 
Behavioral Science/Sociology 



Rev. Bin Curry 
Campus Chaplain 



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Faculty 



Look! it's the three 
Musketeers from the 
Behavioral Science 
Department. Dr. Ramke. 
Mr. Haun. and Dr. 
Goedeke on another 
adventurous outing This 
time it's to Myrtle Beach 
for the 88 Leadership 
Conference. 




Ms Gail Curtis 
( .\ni' — Coordinator of 
student Services 

Mr Ron Dalton 
Area < 'oordinator New Dorm 

Ms. Andrea i )unham 
Fine Arts 




Dr Hoy Epperson 

vice President for 

Administrative Affairs 



Mr. Cart Evans 
Dean <>l Students 



Mi Mk had l.v.-icu 
Physical Education 



Dr. Faiz Faizi 
Business Administration 



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Mr. Uwe Scharf was a 
new addition to the 
religion department this 
year. 



Dr. Allen Goedeke 
Behai 'ioral Saence/nt iman 
liclattons 



Ms. Kimberlv Orisscii 
CAEP 



Dr. Vagn Hansen 
Political Scieni c / listory. 
Chair 



Mr James Farris 
English 

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English 

Mr. Marion Gibson 
Physical Education 



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Ms I Iherl i larrison 
Fine Arts, Chair 



Mr Pairick Haun 

Behavioral Science/American 

Humanics 



Mr Bobby liases 

Dire* toro) Media Relations 



Mrs jeanie Hazzard 
Secretary for Institutional 
Advancement 




Mrs Gerry i till 
Bookstore 

Dr Marion lkxk<c 
English. C/xiir 

Mr David I loll 
Regfefrar 



Mr. j/m Spessard is the 
Accountant for High Point 
College. 




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Mr BotUUiyes 
\ Ice i 'resk lent for Financial 

Affairs 



Mrs Penelope Hovis 
Cafeteria — ASSt. Director 



Mr Manyon Idol 
Mathematics 




Faculty 



Mr. Michael Ingram 
Technical Seruices Librarian 



Mr Sieve Jarreii 
English 



Mr. Sieve Jenks 
CAEP — ASSt. Director 



Dr. Bennington and Mr. 
Davidson are all set for 
the next session of the 
summer faculty 
conference to begin. 



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Dr. Hamkc aiKl Dr. 
Goedekc deeply engaged 

in conversation 




Mr Ron L«ivv 
Theater Arts 

Mr. John Lefler 

Vice President lor Institutional 

Advancement 

Ms Lynn Leonard 
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Matliematics 




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Ms. Carol Lipkin 
Mathematics 



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Mr. Patrick Haun "gets 
down" with his students 
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Mr Robert Lumpkins 

Theater Arts 

Dr. Mark Lyndrup 
Computer Systems. Chair 

Mr. Kenneih Marks 
English 



Dr. Jean Myers 
Religion 



Dr. Michael Marshall 
Psychology 



Dr. Jacob Martinson 
President of the College 



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Mrs iris Mauney 
Business Administration 



Mr Phillip McBrayer 
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Ms. Carol McClain 
Secretary l<>r Alumni Affairs 



Dr John Mochlman 
English 

Mr. Kenneth Morse 
Business Admimsimiion 

Mrs. Phyllis Osborne 
Bookstore 



Mrs. Alice Sink is the head 
of the Learning Assistance 
Center. 




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Dr Ed Piacentino 
English 



Ms. Kisii I'oniros 

Area < !< tordinaii •/ )< >i 

Women's ( 'omplex 



Mr Rick Proctor 

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Faculty 



Dr. Ronald Ramkc- 

Behavioral science 

Anthropology. Chair 

Mr Kenneth Roscboro 
Cafeteria 

Mr. Uwc Scharf 
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Is Miss Patton cheating 
from Ms. Thompson's 
paper? Shame, shame! 



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Mrs. Schlimmer sings 
along as she directs the 
choir. 



Ms IXiill Hoyall 

Secretary to {'resident 

Mrs. Alcxa Schlimmi-r 
Fine Arts/Mask 

Mr Jim Si hlimmtr 
Director of Admissions 



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Mrs. Gc<M>>canna Sellars 
English 



Mrs. Jean Schapiro 
Secretary for Admiiiistratii r 
A/fairs 



Mrs. Alice Sink 
English 



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Mr. Jim Spessard 
Accountant 




Dr Rii hard Spong 

Behavioral 
Science/Psycliology 



Mr Jerry Steele 
Physical Education 



The Faculty don their 
rol>esfor the opening 
convocation. 



Ms Klizabeth Smith 
Adn tissU >t is < :< >i « is< ■/< n 

Ms. Dotiie Souder 

.vssr i lean <>/ students 

Mr James Speight 
I'liusical Education 



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Mrs Catherine Steele 
Physical Education 




Dr James Stitt 
/ Hsu >ry i ■( >litical Science 



Faculty 



Two of the friendly 

ladies from the 
bookstore arc out to 

enjoy some afternoon 
sunshine 







Mrs Kay Stroud 
/ iirecti >r < >/ Financial Aid 



Ms M.in i.i riu impson 
Modem Foreign Language, 
French 



Mrs. Joyce Wainer 

Director of Career 

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Joe Ellenbury. left, 
coaches both the 
volleyball team and 
busketball team. 



Dr. John Wiircl 
Biology 

Mrs Lueile Weatherman 
Bookstore 

Ms. Cathy Wise 
English 



Dr. l-'rccl Yeats 

Biology 



Dr. Dennis Carroll 
Education, chair 



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Organizations are the lifeline of the 
campus. Students can choose 
from many different types of 
organizations. High Point offers 
involvement in many areas such 
as publications, academic- 
organizations, special interest 
groups, and Student Government. 
Part of a good solid education 
comes from being involved. 





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Why do so many students get involved with campus 
activities? There must be something in it for them, 
otherwise they wouldn't keep going buck. Maybe they stay 
involved because it helps them with their major. Or maybe 
they do it to meet other people with the same interests. 
They probably join, though, because they enjoy being 
involved, organizations can help open the door for 
opportunities you might not otherwise have. Most of all, 
organizations offer a nice switch from studying. 



Organizations 33 



Zenith 




Christy Rockwell. Editor, shoots organization 
photos 



The Zenith staff puts 
together High Point 
College's yearbook. 
Doing this is not an easy 
task, but through the 
hard work and dedication 
of the small staff we 
manage to meet our 
deadlines. The Zenith 
staff meets a few times a 
week to work on layouts, 
copy, selling ads. etc. 



While putting a yearbook 
together is not an easy 
job. it is a worthwhile 
experience. The 
knowledge and 
understanding that can 
be acquired through 
working with a 
publication will be helpful 
later, especially for those 
entering the field of 
journalism. 



Row i. Lynn Heasley, 
Christy Rockwell. How 2: 
Bran face, l.y Lim, Amy 
Andrews. Stacy 
Steinbach. How 3; Robbie 
Combs. Charlotte Glissen. 
Jeff Quinivell. Not 
Pictured: Kelle Owens, 
Melissa Switzer, and Miss 
Cheryl Harrison. 




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Hi-Po 



The Hi-Po is a 
student-produced 
publication. The 
newspaper staff works 
hard to meet rigid 
deadlines once a month. 
The Hi-Po deals with 
many campus and 
non-campus issues. It 
helps to inform the 
students of upcoming 
events on campus, 



reviews what is 
happening in various 
Campus organizations, 
gives us an update on 
how our sports teams 
arc doing and objectively 
gives us an overall view 
of what some of the 
opinions and thoughts 
are of the student body 
members. 




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Roiti i Noelle Blanke. 
Jamie Lawson. Row 2. 
Jenn Sullivan. Samantha 
Meyers, Carrie-Lyn 
Hobson, Stephanie Mujai. 
Row 3: Kelle Owens, 
Jennifer 1 lambrick. Stacy 
Steinbach. Ann' Andrews 
/<(>((■ 4 Anne Mosca, 
Phillip cox. (j.ir\' Foster, 
Pam oshea, Teresa 
Mellon, and Austin Ailey, 



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Tower Players 




The Tower Players, led 
by Ron Law, is a group 
of students, theater 
majors and non-majors 
alike, who share an 
interest in the theater. 
Whether their talents lie 
in singing, acting, 
dancing or technical 
work, they work together 
to present three shows a 
year. In the fall. Tower 
Players presented the 



Meet four familiar faces in the theater. Through their hard work and 
dedication to the theater they haue earned a place in Alpha Rsi < )mega, an 
honorary fraternity for those who have put many hours into the Theater Arts. 
Pictured above are Hon Law. Lynn Terry. Jr.. ,\ndy Brehm. and lirian 
Jacobs. 



musical "Anything Goes." 
and in the spring they 
presented "Bus Stop" and 
"Harvey." 







Row I. Sam Ranocchia. 
Lynn Heasley. Amy 
Slavin. Ron Law (Advisor). 
Andy Brehm. Tom 
McQuabe. Chris Bach. 
Judy Perry. Bran Pace. 
Desmond Duicher. Roiu 
2: Trini Thies, Amanda 
Huff. Cathy Cook, Paula 
Mellinger, Jeff Quintivell. 
Jay Amernick. George 
Chaboudy. Cyndi Herring, 
Kristi Pierce. Beth 
O'Donnell. Carrie-Lyn 
Hobson. Merredith Ziesse. 
Andy Miller. Rouj 3. Blaine 
Raffe. Dave Seidel. Kaihy 
Hughes. Brian Jacobs. 
Jamie Lawson. Sara 
Caruthers, and Lynn 
Terry. 



Robert Lumpkins. the new 
technical director o) the theater 
deportment, helps to advise 
Tower Players 




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Student Union 



Student l inion is a 
campus-wide 

organizatk >n pn >m< >ting 
social, cultural, and 
recreational programs 
and activities throughout 
the campus community. 
Student Union provides 
students the chance to be 
involved and have fun at 
the same time! Student 
Union plans for the 
dances, comedians, 
magicians, speakers, 
roadtrips. student/faculty 
mixers, and for large 
events such as 
Homecoming and the 
"Last Class Bash. " 




Student Union Executive Council 

Left to right. Karen Liese. Kevin lllaraza. Colleen Perry. Becky Wiley < I 'resident). Ron Dalton 

(Adviser). Patrick Petrillo. Kristi Pierce. Carla Zumot. Linda Lovely, and J.I' Lunn. 




Row I: Ron Dalton. J. P. 
Lunn, Kevin lllaraza. 
Becky Wiley, Kristi Pierce. 
Linda Lovely. Row 2: 
Judy Perry, Krista Kehn, 
Michele Durfee. Tom 
Joseph, Carla Zumot, 
Colleen Perry. Karen 
Liese. Pat Patrillo. Roto 3. 
Sarah Turnburke. Kate 
Holt, Kate Sheppard. 
Jennifer McGaughlin. Jay 
Cohen. Leah Chappell. 
Patrick Graver. Jamie 
Lawson. Sydney 
McColms. Edwina Crady. 
Gretchen Foard. Serene 
Quebein. Row 4. Terry 
Fox, Kirsten Martinsen, 
Rich Davis. Alise Clatton, 
Ron Sotak. Laura 
Peoples, Michelle 
Saunders. Dawn Miller, 
and Chad Barker. 



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Resident Assistants 




Women's Complex i< A.s gel some last minute 
'instructions before check-in begins 



Resident Assistants are 
"para-professk >i 1; il" 
empl< ivirs oi I ligh P< tint 
College. They are 
assigned to each 
residence hall to serve as 
counselors to students, 
administer hall 
operations, enforce 
college policies and 
regulations, and to serve 
as an information 



resource-. Residence staff 
are specifically selected 
and trained personnel 
who encourage 
individual student 
development and 
responsibility within a 
group living environment. 
I'hry arc available to 
help and serve students 
in any way possible. 



Roil' /. Risa Poniros, Mark 
Boles. Kim Wilson, Sieve 
Prokop, Dawn Linky. Ron' 
2: Susan Huff. Judy 
Sfovall. Angela Dailey, Jeff 
Quintevell, Dotfie Souder, 
Courtney Barry. Christy 
Rockwell. Row 3: J.P. 
Lunn. Scott Lax. Rick 
Zeitvogel, Chip Shea. Ron 
Ualton. Erica Fischer. 
Todd McVey. Michele 
Seifert. Chaz Marr. Dana 
Batten, shaun Hires. 




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Orientation Crew '88 



The 1988 orientation at 
High Point College was 
an overall success. This 
year's orientation staff 
helped to bring in the 
largest freshmen class 
High Point College has 
ever seen. The hard 
working crew gave up 
their last week of 



summer vacation to be a 
part of this important 
event. The core group, 
headed by Wendy Glass, 
spent a good part of the 
summer ironing out the 
details to make sure that 
everything would go 
smoothly and it did. Nice 
Work! 




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Row I: Jay Sherling. Karen 
Schmitz, Rusty Lawtor, 
Kale Holt. Amy Englai. 
Julie Wilson, Breti Carter, 
Sheila Smith. Eric Gallon, 
Stuart McGaughlin. Row 
2. Gretchen Foard. Stacie 
McElroy. Stacy DePew, 
Karen Liese. Wendy 
Glass. Trudi Boensch, 
Cindy Marzano. Sabina 
Jasinski, Paige Alverez, 
Jaye Cohen, Linda 
Lovely, Laura Carr, Kathy 
Hughes. Jay Amemick, 
Kevin Clark. Rouj 3: Carla 
Zumoi. Sherry Scott, Kristi 
Pierce, Jackie Barlowe. 
Josh Gibbs. Curt Guyer, 
Brian Jacobs, Jenn Wieler, 
Steve Fields, Anissa 
Yates. Jim Burke. Colleen 
Perry. Tim Rosebrock. 
Terry Fox, Andy Brehm, 
Van Mallett. Carolyn 
Flowers, Pat Petrillo. Row 
4: Sherri Hooker, Paula 
Mellinger. Laura Peoples, 
Becky Wiley. Ann Horsky, 
Chris Bockenhauer. 



Organizations 39 



Wesley Fellowship 




Wesley Fellowship officers Kate Sheppard. 
secretary/treasurer; Susan Huff, President: 
Krista Kclin. historian 



Wesley 1-ellowship is a 
non-denominational 
religious life organization. 
Our goal has been to 
meet together in 
fellowship and fun. We 
have sponsored two 
retreats, one to Brown 
Summit and the other to 
the beach. We have 
delivered eakes and 



balloons to students on 
their birthdays and on 
other special occasions. 
We have had several 
guest speakers come in 
to speak on different 
religions. If you are 
looking for fun and 
friendship. Wesley 
Fellowship has it! 



How l: Cindy Overcash, 
Debra Amnion. Serene 
Quebein, Leena Quebein, 
Sherry Ward. Row 2. Greg 
Dudley, Susan Huff. Kate 
Sheppard, Mary Ellen 
Clark, Michele Brown. 
Leah chappell. Souha 
Abboud. Row 3: Phillip 
Cox, Robbie Combs, Alise 
Clanion, Kirsien 
Mariinsen. Krista Kelin. 
Cindy Marzano. and 
Sabina Jasinsky 




■to Organizations 



Baptist Student Union 
is an 

interdenominational 
group of students who 
meet every Thursday 
for fun and fellowship. 
During the school year 
Baptist Student Union 
members have 
participated in many 
exciting activities. BSU 
lias started a puppet 
ministry and have 
received a very 
positive response from 
it. The meetings .ire 
designed l< > help 
students grow 
spiritually and 
emotionally as well as 
develop a friendly, 
family-type of 
environment. BSU 
participates in three 
statewide retreats each 
year. BSU extends its 
fellowship and charity 
into the summer by 
participating in mission 
work in the state of 
North Carolina. 



Baptist Student 

Union 




BS( 'officers. Iclt to right Jennifer Grubb. Ginger Orubb, Janet Byrd. Katherinet '.ooper, and 
Frank Smith (volunteer director) 




Hoiu I: Stephanie Hine. 
Ginger Grubb. Michelle 
Oakley. Tanya Apperson. 
Kaiherine Cooper, Amy 
Leaiherman. Amanda 
Crafi. Row 2. Jennifer 
Grubb. Janet Byrd. Ly 
Lim. Sandra Shore, Pam 
Dean. Row 3: Bill Baker. 
Scott Lax. Jeff Lawrence. 
Barbara Blake, and Frank 
Smith. 



Organizations 41 



Phi Sigma Iota 




Dr. Marcia Thompson was initiated into i 'hi 
Sigma Into on April 2()ih. 1988. 



Phi Sterna lota honors 
junior and senior 
undergraduate students 

of lorcten languages who 
have at least a B average 
in their entire college 
work as well as all 
foreign-language 
courses; have completed 
at least one course at the 
third year level; and rank 
in the highest 35 percent 
of their class in general 
scholarship. It also 
honors outstanding 
foreign-language faculty 
of colleges and 
universities. It is the 



highest academic honor 
in the field of foreign 
languages. It promotes 
international awareness 
and understanding, and a 
sense of peace among 
nations. 

In 1988 two faculty 
members were inducted 
into Phi Sigma lota. They 
were Mr. John McGee 
and Dr. Marcia 
Thompson. Also initiated 
were Alda Zumot, Sharyn 
Sazama. Michelle Durfee. 
Sabina Jasinski. Cynthia 
Marzano, and Amy 
Whitescarver. 



Dr. Carol Head. Cynthia 
Marzano. Michelle Durfee. 
Alda Zumot. Sabina 
Jasinski. and Dr. Marcia 
Thompson. 




4_» Organizations 



Student Affiliates of 
American Chemical 

Society 



The High Point College 
Chapter of the Student 
Affiliates of the ACS 
offers interested 
chemistry students the 
chance to meet and 
participate in activities 
outside the classroom. 
These activities include 
outside speakers, field 
trips fo various industrial 
and national laboratories, 
and student socials, it is 
our goal to expose 



students to chemists in 
academic as well as 
industrial environments. 
Events unique to 1988-89 
included a three day 
short course at the Oak 
Ridge National 
Labi tratories. < >ak Ridge. 
Tennessee, a field trip to 
the CIBAGEIGY research 
laboratory, and a trip to 
the ACS regional meeting 
in Atlanta. 




Tandy Grubbs is the president <>/ the I Ugh 
Point chapter <>/ American Chemical Society. 




Left to right: Mitch 
Simpson. Debbie 
Wellings, Tandy Grubbs. 
Mary Beth Downs. Chip 
Shea, Mesa. Brett Kardon. 
Ron Jarvis. 



organizations 43 



Administrative 
Management Society 




Adm/nistrafiue Management Society officers arc 
l )< >rinda Bennett (preside/in. Karen Schmitz 
(secretary), Jeff Gore (treasurer). Mark Bateman 
(public relations officer) 



The Administrative 

Society is a nationally 
r< :c< >gi iize< 1 1 >r< >fessional 
Organization of managers 
in industry, commerce, 
government, education, 
and is the pioneer in 
management philosophy. 
AMS provides a bridge 
between the theoretical 
training of the university, 
the practical world of 
business and students 
preparing to go into 
business. It also serves 
as a medium for the 
exchange and 



distribution of 
information. 

This past year our 
chapter has toured a few 
companies, had several 
guest speakers, and had 
representation at the 
High Point senior chapter 
meetings held at Top of 
the Mart. We have met 
monthly in Cooke Hall. 
Along with the Career 
Development Center, we 
have sponsored a 
program about the 
banking industry. 



Row l: Jeff Gore. Karen 
Schmitz. Jtark Bateman. 
Rou.' 2. Whitney Crouch. 
Stephanie nine. Candy 
Swing, and Dorinda 
Bennett. 




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44 Organizations 



Society for 
Collegiate Journalists 



The Society for 
Collegiate Journalists is 
an honorary society for 
students preparing for 
careers in mass 
communication. SCJ is 
organized to teach the 
ethics of good 
communications and to 
encourage student 
participation in campus 
publications and the local 



media. SCJ also attempts 
to reward students for 
their efforts, services, 
and accomplishments by 
admission to its 
membership. Ple< Iges 
must meet strict 
requirements for 
admission such as: a 2.5 
GPA, literary contribution. 
and program 
involvement. 



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-Us. 




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Mr Gary Foster is the aduisorfor SCJ 




Austin Ailey. Judy Perry. 
Pamela Teague. Stephanie 
Mujat, Carrie-Lyn Hobson. 
and Mr. Gary Poster. 



Organizations 45 



Student 

Government 

Association 




Student Government Association executive council: 
if i. linn (president), Linda Lovely (speaker <>l the 
bouse). Wendy Class (vice president), Jennifer wu-ici 
(chief justice). Carolyn Flowers (treasurer). Beth Ed- 
wards (secretary). 



Row 1: Karen Liese, Tom 
Joseph. Wendy Glass, 
Linda Lovely. Amanda 
Huff, Carolyn Flowers. 
Row 2: Siacy Depew, .IP. 
Lunn, Beth Edwards. 
Paige Alvarez. Row 3. 
Amy Lett. Mary Beth 
Phillips. Todd Godby, 
Amy Marshall. Joe 
Spellmen. Jen Weiler. 
Row 4: Shane Pegram. 
Sam Flourney. Ferguson 
Peters. 1-aura Peoples. 
Greg Dudley. Colleen 
Perry, Leah Chapped. 
Jamie Lawson, Pat 
Petrillo. Gretchen Foard. 
Brent Blair. Kevin illaraza. 
Lynn Terry. 



The Studeni 

( iovernment Association 
is the governing unit of 
the studeni body at i ligh 
Point College and also 
serves as a liaison 
between the students 
and the faculty. The 
members allocate funds 
to the various 
organizations and act on 
bills, resolutions, and 
recommendations 
relating to student life 
that are proposed by the 
delegates. 

SGA is comprised of 
representatives from 



each organization on 
campus, the class 
officers, and the 
executive council. The 
council is composed of 
the officers of the SGA 
elected by the students 
near the end of the 
spring semester. The 
constitution provides for 
executive, legislative, and 
judiciary branches. SGA 
works in conjunction 
with the Student Union. 
All aspects are under the 
leadership of the 
President of the student 
bodv. 




46 Organizations 



The Odyssey Club 



The Odyssey Club 
began its third year of 
existence, and its 
strongest. The Odyssey 
Club is a part of the 
Honors Program at High 
Point College. The club 
has been small in 
numbers, but this year 
particularly, has been big 
on enthusiasm. 

The members met 
once a month to discuss 
possible field trips, guest 
speakers, and for the first 



time, organized a College 
Bowl team that would 
participate with other 
college teams in the 
area. 

it has been a trying 
road for this new 
organization on campus, 
but with the efforts of all 
its club members, the 
Odyssey Club will be an 
important part of the 
academic and 
community life at High 
Point College. 




ROUl I Jill Sobolo. l.ibbie I laves. Hoie 2 Leal) 
Chappell. Wilson Hounds. Dchhu- WellingS. 
ROW 3: Dr. Baker. I)r 1'iaeenlino. and I )r 

Marshall, (advisors) 




Ron' l: Dr. Lee Baker. 
Tracy Morris, Wilson 
Bounds. Andy Flynt. Rouj 
2: Terry Fox, Libby 
Hayes. Jeff Howell. Dr. Ed 
Piacehto. Missing from 
both photos Stephanie 
Mujat, Wendy Ruiier. and 
Amy Marshall. 



Organizations 47 



Radio Station 
WWIH 




Scon Lax speaks "on the air" ai wwii i Radio Station 



WWII I is HI'C's campus 
radio station. Students in 
the English Department's 
Radio Practicum course 

experience the process 

of managing, 
programming, and 
operating a broadcast 
facility. Students go on 
the air throughout the 
day, as well as producing 
pre-recorded promotional 
spots and public service 
announcements for use 
on the air. 

But WWIH is more than 
just a classroom 
exercise. It is an actual 
working radio station 



broadcasting on <X)3 I'M 
as licensed by the 
Federal Communications 
Commission. The overall 
formal emphasizes new 
music — not Top Forty, 
but rather the music that 
will be on the charts six 
months to a year from 
now. College radio 
nationwide has become 
the breeding ground for 
the hits of tomorrow. 
WWIH also features a 
number of shows 
focusing on more 
specialized areas of 
musical style. 



WWIH crew: Shane 
Pegram. Paul Vitella. 
Noelle Blanke, Michael 
McKnight. Kirsten 
Martinson. Row 2. Paula 
Mellinger, Brookes 
Lockey. Will Macgill. 
Gerald Fresciello, Mr. 
Steve Jarrett. Jaye Cohen. 
Row 3: Andy Brehm. Tom 
McQuade. Steve Prokop. 




4« Organizations 



Panther 
Prowlers 



The Panther Prowlers 
are a select gr< >up 
sponsored by the 
Admissions Office. Group 
members host visitors, 
lead campus tours, and 
provide information 
about the High Point 
College experience from 
a student's perspective. 



Prowlers assist the 
Admissions Office 
throughout the year 
during visitation days 
and weekly tours. 
I lighlights of the year 
include campus events, 
t shirts, and appreciation 
banquets. 





The Admissions Counselors travel around Ihe 
country 10 promote and recruit perspective stu 
dents lor I ligh Point < lollege The hardworking and 
dedicated < ounseling sum are Betsy smith (seated), 
Donna Beck, Tim Albert, and Lynn Leonard 



Hote J: Michele Brown, 
Dana Batten. Cindy 
Marzano. Todd 
Mattheson, carol Blasko. 
Jenny Reid. Rennle Miller. 
Coco Bonnet. Dori 
Williams. Ron' 2. Ann 
Horsky, Peggy Knopf, 
Ellen Albright. Sarah 
Tumburke, Jackie Clark, 
Karyn Page. Will Macgill, 
Jennifer Grubb Row 3: 
George Chaboudy. Greg 
Dudley. Patrick Petrillo, 
Leah Chappell. Desmond 
Dutcher. Kevin Hudson. 
Amy Kidd. Robbie 
Combs, David Doyle. 
Missy Martin. Pam Dean. 
Janet Byrd. and Lynn 
Leonard (coordinator). 



Organizations 4<i 



Society of Political 
and Historical 
Awareness 




Officers-. Kim Bruno. Dr Smith (Advisor), Carolyn 
Flowers. Ms. Leigh sink (Advisor), Chei Slicer. 



I he Society for 
I listorical and Political 
Awareness has been 
more involved this year 
than in previous ones. 
We are active with the 
North Carolina Student 
Legislature. The group 
writes and co-sponsors 
bills with other schools. 
Each year we look 
forward to our annual trip 



to the United Nations. 
Also, we look forward to 
various other events that 
are historical or political. 
With this being an 
election year, we had 
much to debate over. We 
plan special events 
year-round and always 
welcome new members 
to our organization. 



Rou' l. Katy Rose. Kim 
Bruno, Carolyn Flowers, 
Chet Slicer. Greichen 
Foard. Row 2. Eddie 
Severs. Andy Flynt. Dr. 
Smith, Chad Barker. Stacy 
Becker. Jeff Howie. Todd 
Godbey, Ms. Leigh Sink. 




."( ) ( )r< ;< it >i/.< uii n is 



Delta Mu Delta 



Delta Mu Delta, a 
symbol of excellence, is 
a national honor society 
in business 
administration. The 
membership 
requirements are as 
follows: The student 
must be a candidate for 
the baccalaureate degree 
in business 
administration. The 
student must have 
completed at least half of 
the work required for the 
degree (62 hours). The 
student must have a 
cumulative average of 
3.2 or better. Also, the 
student must be in the 
top twenty percent of 



his/her class, and must 
be of good character. 

The Greek letters. 
DMD, in the society's 
symbol stand for Dia 
Matessos Dynamics. 
signifying the society's 
motto: "Through 
Knowledge, power" — 
the power to manage 
creatively for social and 
economic good. The 
colors of the national 
chapter are purple and 
gold. 

We are proud that this 
past year at High Point 
College, we indue ted the 
largest number ol 
students in the history of 
our chapter. 




Delta Mu Delta Officers: Jefl Gore. Sheila Smith, <hkI 
Dorinda Benneii 




Row l: Tim Rosebrock. 
Dorinda Bennett. Karen 
Schmitz, Susan Huff, 
Sheila Smith. Row 2. 
Brent Blair. Vicky 
Anderson. Jeff Gore. Pam 
Harrison. Cynthia 
Marzano. Jean Mercer. 
Row 3:Derek Weygandt. 
Robert Hocutt. David 
Blackmen, Ginger Grubb. 
Jennifer Grubb. 



Organizations r>i 



Alpha Delta Theta 




ADT officers siephanie I line(presideni|, Cindy Mar 
zano (treasurer), I )ebra Amnion (se< refaryi. Jennifer 
llaywonh (vi< e prcsidcnii 



As sisters of Alpha 
Delta Theta, we strive for 
thai which is honorable 
and beneficial to the 
college and surrounding 
community. We have a 
great lime of fun and 
fellowship as we work 
together to help others. 
Working under the mono 
"Sisters in the Service of 
God." our philanthropy 
projects were at their 
highest. Charitable 
organizations included 
Mills Home. Wesleyan 
Arms. Big Brothers/Big 
Sisters. United Way, arid 
the Boy Scouts. The 
bonds of sisterhood 
were not only 
strengthened through 



service projects but also 
through our annual fall 
retreat, parties, 
lundraisers, shopping 
and going out to eat. 

There is nothing like a 
dance to get everyones 
spirifs soaring. The 
Yellow Rose Formal was 
a great evening as we 
celebrated our 35th 
anniversary. This year 
we have much to 
celebrate — new 
members, successful 
service projects and 
lasting friendships. As a 
sister, you are 
encouraged to be 
yourself and challenged 
to be the best you can 
be. 



Row I: Stephanie Hine. 
Sandra Shore. Pam Dean. 
Serene Quebein, Cindy 
Marzano, Debra Amnion. 
Row 2: Cherie 
Hedgecock. Amanda 
Craft. Jennifer Hayworlh. 
Libby Hayes. Debbie 
Wellings. Row 3: Dana 
Baiten. Amy Leaiherman. 
Tanya Apperson. Sabina 
Jasinski, Sherry Ward. 




52 Organizations 



International Club 



The International Club 
represents students from 
over 15 foreign nations 
as well as American 
students. We hold many 
different events 
throughout the year t< > 
promote international 
awareness on the High 
Point College campus. 
This fall we held a 



"Bolivian Night" where we 
served various foods and 
presented entertainment 
unique to the Bolivian 
culture. Other events, 
such as the spring 
festival or international 
entertainers, are also 
sponsored by the 
International ( :lub. 





International club officers. Sealed: Leena 
Quebein. Middle Souha Abboud (secretary), Dr. 

Carol Head (Advisor). Top Cindy Marzano 
measurer). Carla Zumoi ipresideni). Noi Pictured: 
i iei irge Sail (vii e | iresii lent) 



Iniernaiional Club 
members. Row I: 
Chilonsui, Bobby 
Larzanero. Serene 
Quebein. Michele Durfee. 
Dana Baiien. Row 2: 
Mario Gomez. Cindy 
Marzano, Carla Zumot. 
Leena Quebein. Barbara 
Blake. Pam Dean. Souha 
Abboud. Jana Voss. Row 
3: Jose Somoza. Thomas 
Duez, Paivi Tapanineu, 
Desmond Duicher, Bran 
Pace. Micheal Casey. Dr. 
Carole Head. Tom Parker. 
Standing: Mr. Johnny 
McGee and Mrs. Marcia 
Thompson. 



Organizations 53 



Biology Majors Club 




Officers: Joe Raggett. S.ir.i ( loruthers. Tim Umwn 



The purpose of the 
Biology Majors Club is to 
promote interest in 
biology, especially in 
areas of current research. 
It provides an 
opportunity for students 
and biology faculty, as 
well as other biologists to 
share and interact. The 



club also creates an 
awareness of 
opportunities, current 
trends, special programs, 
and developments in the 
area of biology. The 
activities of the club are 
designed to supplement 
and enhance the regular 
academic program. 



R<ni' / Souha Abboud, 

Sandra Shore. Julie 
Reselling. Ron' 2: Dr. John 
Ward. Sharon Ringgold. 
Sharon Chiak. Gina 
Hendrix Rom 3: Sara 
Caruihers. Jeff Lawrence. 
Debra Barnes. Debbie 
Wettings, Angela Prescott. 
Row 4: Joe Baggeii. Tim 
Brown. Rodney Biller. 
Greg Campbell, Robert 
Edwards, Dr. Yeats. 




54 Organizations 



American Humanics 



The American 
Humanics Student 
Association exists solely 
to provide experienced 

based opportunities to 
students pursuing 
careers with the helping 
professions across the 
USA. The High Point unit 
has been in existence 
since 1965 and is the 
largest group among the 
16 selected colleges and 
universities hosting the 
program nationwide. 

The organization 
supplements classroom 



learning with hands on 
experiences utilizing 
activities such as 4 
seminars on issue 
oriented topics, an 
annual retreat, field trips, 
tours for disadvantaged 
area youth and an annual 
Management Institute. 
Although most members 
are representing the 
Department of Behavioral 
Sciences and Human 
Service, membership is 
open to any High Point 
College student. 




The entire chapter of American i lumanics at i ii>>ii 
Point College on iheir fail retrial 




A few members of 
American Humanics all 
snazzed up for a night out 
on the town! 



Organizations 55 



Clowning Club 




When ii comes lo "Clowning" around. Ron Dalion 
(advisor) really knows how to ham n up! 



The Clown Club is a 
recent organization on 
campus at High Point 
College. It mack' its debut 
in the fall semester of 
1988. The present group 
consists of a small but 
dedicated group of 
people. They visit 
orphanages, hospitals, 
and nursing homes. They 



also participated in "Day 
in the Park" which is a 
community-wide event. 

No experience is 
necessary to become a 
part of the Clown Club. 
The only requirements 
are a good sense of 
humor and a desire to 
make people laugh. 



The Clowns Row i. Krisii 
Pierce. Carla Zumoi. Ron 
Dalion. Rick Morton Row 2 
Jackie Smith. Sean Leary. 
Leena Quebein. and Chris 
Shore. 




en Organizations 



Women's Community 

Council 



Community Council is 
an organization which 
provides resident 
students with 
entertainment, 
educational programs, 
cultural programs and a 
chance to actively get 
involved. Each residence 
hall selects two 
representatives to the 
council and those 
representatives serve as 



a liaison for the hall and 
the council. Community 
council sponsors events 
such as the Christmas 
Door Decoration Contest, 
The Roommate game. 
Movie nights, and many 
more exciting events. 
Community Council is a 
great way to get involved 
with events affecting life 
in the dorm and is active 
all year' round. 




Koic I Souha Abboud. Sharon Criminous. Pam 
Dean. Amy Leaihemen. and Gretchen l-oard 
(president). ROW -' Sarah Turnburkr. Bonnie Jean 
Dillion. Susan Huff. Sabina .lasinski. Dana Batten. 
Kirkn Martinson 



Officers: Amy Leathermen. 
Gretchen Foard (presi- 
dent). Sharon Crimmons. 
Souha Abboud. Pam Dean. 




organizations 57 





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niama:; 




mc: 



High • Point • College 

Presidential Scholars 



Paige Alvarez, Junior 
Chad Edwin Barker, Fresh- 
man 

Dana Carol Batten, Sopho 
more 

Eileen Batthany, Freshman 
Dorinda Bennett, Senior 
Noelle Genene Blank, Sopho- 
more 

Carol Lyn Blasko, Freshman 
Mark Leonard Boles, Senior 
Rhonda Kay Brown, Sopho- 
more 

Timothy Roy Brown, Senior 
Janet Renee Byrd, Junior 
Laura Elizabeth Carr, Senior 
Leah Dawn Chappell, Fresh- 
man 

Thomas Clagett, Sophomore 
Jacqueline Sue Clark, Fresh- 
man 

Kenneth Scott Clark. Fresh- 
man 

Katherine Lyn Cooper, Sopho- 
more 

Edwina Lorene Crady, Fresh- 
man 

Angelia Leigh Dancy, Sopho- 
more 

Ambrose Dudley, Sophomore 
R. Elizabeth Edwards, Junior 
Elaine Estelle, Senior 
Andrew James Flynt, Fresh- 
man 



Theodora Lynn Fox. Junior 
John Dami Harrington, Senior 
Melanie Lee Harrison, Sopho- 
more 

Jerrie Elizabeth Hayes, Fresh- 
man 

Jennifer Hayworth, Senior 
Lynn Nicole Heasley. Sopho- 
more 

Monica Hedrick, Sophomore 
Regina Lynn Hendrix, Junior 
Carrie Lyn Hobson, Junior 
Robert Hoskins ill. Sopho- 
more 

Jeffrey Arden Howie. Fresh- 
man 

Jennifer Hudelson. Sopho- 
more 

Stephen Hughes, Freshman 
Kristie Huneycutt, Junior 
Brian Lloyd Jacobs, Junior 
Ronald Jarvis, Senior 
Theodora Johnson, Freshman 
Kristen Jones, Sophomore 
Terry Wayne Kersey, Jr., 
Freshman 

Michael Lancaster, Junior 
Jeffrey Lawrence, Senior 
Karen Liese, Senior 
Ly Mouy Lim, Freshman 
Wendy Diane Loflin, Fresh- 
man 

Linda Sue Lovely, Junior 
Cynthia Marzano, Junior 



Todd Matthiesen, Freshman 
Kristen Marie McCoy, Fresh- 
man 

Rennie Rae Miller, Freshman 
Tracey Lee Morris, Freshman 
Stephanie Mujat, Senior 
Kevin Shane Neal, Freshman 
Kathy Mills Paris, Sophomore 
Laura Lea Peoples, Junior 
Mary Kristina Pierce, Senior 
Theresa Louise Shea, Junior 
Katherine H. Sheppard, 
Sophomore 

Melissa Anne Shuskey, 
Sophomore 

Tammy Michelle Simon, 
Freshman 

Sheila Ann Smith, Senior 
James Thomas Smith, II, 
Freshman 

Jill Heather Sobota, Freshman 
Kristin Spencer, Freshman 
Tracey Joann Stanley, Fresh- 
man 

Ronda Leona Stewart, Sopho- 
more 

Donna Marie Stutz. Freshman 
Julie Lynn Taylor, Junior 
Deborah Wellings, Freshman 
Jennifer Wieler, Junior 
Jean Williamson, Sophomore 
Kristi Wilmoth, Junior 
Merrideth Ann Ziesse, Fresh- 
man 



58 Organizations 





1988 

Junior 
Marshals 



Dorinda Yveiie Bennett 
Mark Leonard Boles 
Laura Elizabeth Carr 
Kenneth Scott Clark 
Wendy Leigh Glass 
William Tandy Grubbs 
Jennifer Lynn Hayworth 
Stephanie Hine 
Karen Christine Liese 
Linda Sue Lovely 
Sherrie Marceron 
Stephanie Marie Mui.n 
Billy Norris 
Gwendolyn Oakley 
Karen Ellen Schmitz 
Carolyn O. Simmons 
Diane B. Smith 
Sheila Ann Smith 
Frances Diane Todd 
Kelly widener 



Organizations 59 




Greeks. Nearly GO percent of the 
High Point College Campus is 
affiliated with one Greek 
organization or another. While 
Greek organizations don't appeal 
to everyone it does appeal to a 
very wide and diverse range of 
students. From the dances to the 
mixers to the philanthropies and 
school service the Greeks are 
always active. 




60 Greeks 





Creek- 



High Point College has eight social Creek organizations 
and two service Creeks. The social Creek system 
begins each gear with a formal fall rush. This gives 
students who are interested in the Creek system a chance 
to become more familiar with each organization. After 
attending several ice breaker parties the students or 
"rushees" can choose to pledge to the fraternity or sorority 
of their choice. After the rushee receives a bid and accepts it 
they then become a pledge. After the pledge has proven 
himself or herself both academically and socially they then 
go through a period of initiation. At the end of the 
-inspiration week the pledge becomes a brother or sister of 
the Creek organization to which they pledged. The service 
Creeks hold their own special rushes at a different time. 



Greeks at 



Inter-Fraternity 
Council 

Inter-Fraternity Council, 
better known as IFC, is the 
governing body of the four 
national social fraternities 
which are Delta Sigma Phi. 
Theta Chi. Lambda Chi Alpha, 
and Pi Kappa Alpha. IFC takes 
responsibility for advancing 
the interest of High Point 
College. Promoting the 
welfare of the Greek system 
as a whole, and to insure 
stable cooperation and 
relations with the faculty, 
administration, student body, 
and the public in general. 



Panhellenic 
Association 



The Panhellenic 
Association is the 
governing body of the 
sororities on the High Point 
College Campus.lt serves and 
is represented by each of the 
four sororities which are 
Alpha Gamma Delta, Kappa 
Delta. Phi Mu, and Zeta Tau 
Alpha. Panhell sponsors 
events such as Greek Week, 
the Hope Chest Party, and the 
formal RUSH. Starting in the 
spring of 1989. Formal RUSH 
will be held during the spring 
semester. 




Row l: Karen Scon. Paige Alvarez. Krisiin Jones. Siacey Depew. Allison Webb. Rou> 
2. Christine Bond. Mikki Oean. Cyndi Herring. 




62 Greeks 



Alpha Phi Omega 



ALPHA PHI OMEGA 



Alpha Phi Omega.MUXl 
Chapter, was established in 
April of 1958 at High Point College. 
APO is the only Co-Ed National 
Service Fraternity in the 1 initeel 
States. There are over (>(X) 
Chapters worldwide. The purpose 
of APO is to assemble college 




students in a national service who 
will contribute to the fellowship of 
the principles which govern their 
organization and are embodied in 
the Boy Scout Oath and Law. The 
motto is "Be a leader, Be of 
service, and Be a friend- 




one ol Ihe 

Alpha Phi 
Omegas many 
services is 
dlsiribwing Ihe 
(inal exam care 
packages Here 
members are 
pulling ihe 
pat kages 
logelher and 
gelling ready 10 
lake ihem 
around 10 the 
Residenis 
Halls. 



Row l. Michele Brown, 
Leigh Stewart. Kim 
Leonhardt. Roa> 2. Griffin 
Briggs. Mitch Simpson. 
Missing: Tim Rice, 
Jonathan West. 




Greeks 63 



Lambda Chi Alpha 



The lota Phi Chapter of 
Lambda Chi Alpha is in its 
35th year at HPC. Throughout the 
year we enjoy numerous dances. 
mixers, road trips, and intramural 
sports. Lambda Chi Alpha also 
takes time out to recognize the 
needy here at I ligh Point. We have 
served dinners at The Father's 
Table soup kitchen, donated 
money to the United Way and 



Hoys Club, and helped out needy 
families during the holidays. Also 
Lambda Chi Alpha supports two 
philanthropies, one national and 
one local. We support the 
American Cancer society and the 
Mills Home Orphanage. Through 
all of this our members have 
jirown stronger in friendship and 
the desire to help others. 







Members and Associaie Members: Row 
J: Bria Boger. Brian Jacobs. Doug 
Brandon. Tom Parker. Tom Joseph, 
Barry Wilien. Tucker Claggeit. Jeff 
Thonon, Mike Blackburn, Joe Pinter. 
Josh Gibbs. Phil Spivey. Row 2: Joe 
Spellman. Dave Bessey. Dana Come, 
Adam Rosenberg. Andy Brehm. Sean 
Leary, Chet Slicer. Leigh Capshaw. Mike 
Claywell. Jason Ferral. Eric Weiner, 
Louis Federico Row 3: Rich Davis. Rich 
Cacace. Frank Ranguosse. Rou> 4: 
Bryan Johnson. Joe Ranucci. Eric Royer. 
Drew Smith. Dave Eiting. Greg Monroe. 
Wilson Bounds. Todd Godby. James 
Smith. Matt Booth. Dan Koenler. Al 
Arrigoni. Rusty Lawter. Mike Urion. Paul 
Hanlin. Kurt Guyer. Danny Brown. John 
Burbage. Bert Gowens, Rich Kappus. 
Dave Duncan. 



a^B^^ 




Louis. Ri< h. Rusty, .ind Andy arc out 
of control! 




Officers: Rou' I Tucker claggeit. Josh 
Gibbs, Rusty Lawter. Roie 2. Tom 
Joseph. Chet Slicer. Andy Brehm Row 
3 Jo Pinter. Brian Boger 



Louis. Rich. Rusty, and Andy are out of 

control! 



64 Creeks 



Jon. Bryan. Joe and 
David say. "Let's 
Parly!" 



£A«»A 




Lambda Chi Alpha 
DRAGS 1988 
Banner. 




Last Words 



•O* SOf Hustu. you shouldn't say ttutse thing* 

Magic — After four years. I'm finally gemn some. 

Law — No ctK't. ili> it this way 

Malesior — Whatever Rusty says 

Andy — / had u> use her hand, mine got tired' 

i-riink — im the best hxtking qui/ on campus . . , 

Stocey soul s<>. 
Pee wee — />«> i get a punky point for Kim. 
Welner — She wasn't thai fat — I could still hear the 

stereot 
Death Once you get block, you never go backl 
Paul — She wasnt is, she was /<>. hones' 
Barry Thank you Lord 
Flip — No more \'<Klka. Ashlei/'s 'comiiuf' m'ci 
Sluggo — Woke me up (>e/ore the Christmas dance, 
p.w. Macintosh — Bui guys what about the 

awards, and Came Lynn? 
Ace — Rusty. U'/k» should he athlete of the month. 

me? 
Norman — / think im going away that weekend- 
Gibber — Pom. dont you nave a Itome? 
Puddles — How was Winy-Ding's Christmas date? 
Tar-Tar — tot tried bleaching em 
Brandon — Nory who? I swear I didnt! 
Dapper — Wtiere's Dave? 
Ettlng — Where's Dapper? 

Wilson — Can I check your Inmk Ixuj please? 
Burbage — / cant help my Fatal Attraction. 
Booth — You say i>le<kie I say A M 
Bubbles — Thanks Mary . For the laundry!? 
Llberaccl — Not tonight guys. I have a headactie. 
Cox — What up? 
Big Bird — NO. really lin not gay 
Gaywell — She wonts me what should I do? 
Dodge — saue it for comments 
Rich Davis — Check with Ten 
Double D show Dave — Vow idiot, tlwt was a 

show towelt 
Tom Parker — Ves, Auntie, I'm 23 and I drive a 

Men edes 
Sidekick — Come 10 my room and discover my 

second nickname 
Kanzonl — A meeting & •cry Sunday? 
Icky — / swear I gel laid in N.J. 
Raney — She was 28 with braces, so ivhat' 
Maintenance — ill get a girlfriend one of these 

days. 
Spellhell — You're not dead uiml you're a 

deodhearff 
Fish — No way Im putting that down my pants. 
Jocko — Sorry. Juck. hut I did throw theiondom 

away 
Starr Red Neck — Honestly us not my face, my 

neck puked. 
Tabak — Hey guys. How about a mixer at G< >U Is ' 
Jeff Thorton — t miss uou Ernie. 
Beaver — Shoes off before entering the lounge 
Afro Queen — ' need some Activator for my 

Jerri-Curl. 
Beaker — Sorry im late, my bus broke down. 
God — I need to go home again to get my jewelry 

cleaned. 
Mr. Ed — / thought you said .22. 
Homer — l like you too. Marsha. 
Skinny — Lets pick up High School chicks 
Jodon — / think I broke my wrist. 
Kap Duke — Happy Hanukkuh' 
Danlmal — / don't fcxik like the guy in MASK, do I? 
Wally — HI tape it. An ex/jerr after I semester? (yeah 

right! 
Sissy Ussy — Lock up ilie women and children. 

it's a Vodka night. 
Q-Tlp — Lucky im a legacy 
Sir Pinter — Murray arid WitclKird out of my 

houseitiil 
Howell — NO comment 
Hogue — / swear toe graduated. but I lost my 

diploma. 
Elway — / fust got it cut. 
Besscy — l forgot! 




Greeks 65 



Last Words 



Doug Stewart: l'i Kappa Alpha Jock of Ihe 

Year 
Lee Hunter: No one gels oul alive 
Jay Huey: lley Bishop, do you think Kool 

wams a beer. Tm fat" 
Scott Bishop: l le's breathing In here. The 3 

wide men 
Mark Mathers: God bless che Grateful 

Dead. Doug's a geek. 
Doug Lockwood: I'm a geek. I was born a 

geek. Ill always be a geek 
Kevin Kuester: KOO and woo. Go Guns 

and Roses 
Jim Homiak: Dead hamster farts 
Jay French: Gel a grip 
Andre Quesada: Liquid brolhers. did you 

reality think Phrcd was good. 
TJark Bateman: We broke up . . . really 
Drew Plerson: Let's go lo baby dolls 
Ron Corby: I love this school 
Russel Turner: Bob and l were out of town 
Steve Fields: What did you say your name 

was. I want to lavalier you. 
Jeff Sparks: R.p.s. coast 10 coast 
Joe Bagget: I'm simply proud to know Jay 

Huey and Scou Bishop 
Ferg Peters: Life's been goog to me so far 
J.P.Lunn: You better hold on to your 

laurels, mr volleyball 
Bruce Terjanian: Good bye 
Brent Blair: I'm outta here 
Mart Manningham: I'm moving to 

California, no Boston, no California, no 

Boston 
Sam F.: The rast man 
Scott Webster: I'm getting kind ol scared. 

they put me in an orange jumpsuit 
Sean M.: Guys . . . 
Jeff Ladeau: Free grinders 
Todd Kester: History! 
Boyd: I swear I'm not a brother 
Rick F.: Hey guys, listen. 
Simon: Thanks to all the nulty pikes lor a 

sweet first year 
Brian Parker: The journey to cloud nine is 

a long one 
Sweeny: I love Carlton 
Stoltz: I goi a 3.5. no. a 2.5; no. a 1.5. 
Geoff: l still don't know why they call me 

Stromboli 
Jamey: Slinky Pinky 
Hughes: Sports god. I came lo college with 

15 credits 
Greg Cook: Don't puke on the bar. Huey is 

ihe best big bro 
Bill: It is only a matter of time 
John Cocks: I las ihe biggest Bball on 

campus 
Mason: Mad dog 
Dlkran: I promise to pass the ball 
Paul: The I lighlanders is oul of business 
Brad: Stop writing on me 
Scott: The unforgettable lire will follow U2 

the Joshua tree 
PJ.: I love the fall semester 
Mike L.: Free steak dinner. Jay. you're Ihe 

best roommate ever 
Jeff Brennan: Lockwood, you and your 

guitar sux 
Brian: where is your pledge pin 
Tim: Tville girls all the way 
Baby Huey: Drew.you can't come to my 

house anymore 
Koof: I just like (o drink beer and drive the 

magic bus. 8 years of college down the 

drain, even if I was only an art major. 




Carlton and Mike 
say "no comment" 
to the cafeteria 
food! 



Kooier says. "I can't 
take it anymore!" 





mi (irccks 




Pi Kappa Alpha 



Pi Kappa Alpha is proud to 
continue- their tradition ol 
being campus leaders lor the 
1988-89 school year. Members ol 
the fraternity are actively involved 
in such school organizations as 
the Student Government 
Association, Student I Dion. Tower 
Players, the Inter l-ratemity Council 
and WWII I 

This year Pi Kappa Alpha 
co-sponsored the National AIDS. 



Awareness Day with the Rvd 
Cross. Two guest speakers 
presented new information about 
this dreaded disease. Video tapes 
and pamphlets were also available 
for the students of I ligh Point 
College. 

With more than fifty proud 
members. Pi Kappa Alpha enjoys 
building strong friendships and 
lasting memories here at High 
Point College. 




How l: Boyd Granger. 
Brian OConneJI, Brad 
Hubtx-rt.Jini Homiak, Paul 
OTuolc, Andre Qucsada. 
Sean Magsma. Doug 
Stewart. Bill Kildrkie How 
2. Mark Nye. Greg Cook. 
Jay Huey. Geoff Arvvord. 
Sieve Fieids. Taz. Jamey 
Chereb. John Sweeny. 
Simon Marks. J.P. Luhn. 
Row 3: Doug Lockwood. 
Tim Dancy, Dikron 
Kravowjian, Joe Baggeff, 
Kevin Kucsier. Mason 
Linker. P.J. Newman, Jeff 
Ladeau. Mark Mathers. 
Carlton Stallings. Rick 
Flowers. How 4. John 
Cox, Tjark Bateman. Scott 
Reefe, Steve Pless, Matt 
Manningham. Scott 
Bishop. Brent Blair. Todd 
Kester. 



Officers: Doug Stewart, president: J.P. Lunn. vice president; Jim Homiak. secretary; 
Todd Kester. social chairman: Steve Fields, rush chairman; Carlton Stallings. pledge 
educator; (not pictured) Jeff Sparks. Treasurer. 



Ferg. Sam, Kevin. Joe. and Tj;irk 
celebrate at the 1988 Drags. 



Greeks <>7 



Theta Chi 



Theia Chi Fraternity was 
founded at Norwich ( university 
on April 10, 1856. Epsilon Alpha 

Chapter celebrated its 34th year at 
High I'oitv Colleye on December n. 
19HH. We inducted 14 new pledges 
in the fall semester. Our 



Brotherhood stands at 32 and is 
growing stronger, our Fraternity 
colors are military red and uirgin 
white; our flower is the red 
carnation. Alma mater first and 
Theta Chi Jor alma niater. 





Sitting: Ed Paiiik. Rick 
Morgan. Vic Zuczek. Dawn 
Linky. Kneeling: Karen 
Scon. Dee Dee Coover, 
Donnie Huggins. Chrislian 
Lambeth. George Cha- 
bourdy. Pete Gans. Hori- 
zontal: Tom McQuabe 1st 
row: Ralph Barber. Dave 
Snelling. Amanda Huff. Bill 
Kearns. Rob Balerna. Mike 
Sparrow. Jeff Quiniave 
Darren Haggerfy. John 
Beale. Will Mac Gill. Rob 
Baiad. Gary Roy. Keilh 
Thornburn. 2nd roiu.- 
James Douglas, Sara Caru- 
fhers. Tim Glime. Ted 
Blaichard. Phil Fagans. 
Chaz Marr. Chris Bocken- 
hauer. Mike Slrasberg, 
Marc Facella. Sieve Peter- 
son. Jeff Firkin. Nof Pic- 
tured: Lynn Terry, Greg 
Amori. Reese Gardiner. 



Jeff and Erica rest for a minute after dancing 
the night away at DRAGS. 



Officers: Hub Balema. Vice-President: Time Glime. Pledge Marshall: Bill Keams. Sports 
Chainnan: Dave Snelling. Slack Chaimian: Jeff Quintavell. Rush Chainnan: Phil Pagans. 
Secretary: Tom the rat McQuade. Seargent at Anns: Chaz Marr. Treasurer: Christian T. 
Bockenhauer. President: Mike Strasberg: Social Chaimian. Marc Facella. Chaplain. 



OH Greeks 



The three stooges — 
Chris. James, and 
Chaz. 





Jeff. Tom. and Chris 
left the audience rol- 
ling with laughter in 



W 




Here are just a few of the Theta Chi Little sisters. Vicky. Dee Dee. April, Steue. 
Beth. Kathleen, and Dawn. 



Quotes — 

G ROCK: I'm sure Lynn is as 

impressed with me as I am. 
PAMPERS: Whether or not we are still 

going out DEPENDS 
BB QUINTRELL: PKA Little Sister? 

The txithrooms in the rear. 
STALLION: / can't tell them apart in 

the dark. 
BINGER: / can Marc. I just count the 

spots. 
BIG D: At (east she is hanging out 

with a VIRGIN. 
I LOVE HER: After Tammy sees that 

hack, I'm sure she'll lavdlier 

someone else too. 
teabag: Your sister is showing her a 

new trick on the swings. 
STEROID: She said she couldn't do a 

thing with her hair. I said I could. 
JIM: Sure I know where stags is Steue, 

It's next to the com hole. 
NINA: Sure she loves you Phil, your 

initials are PJ. 
GOONIE MAN: A turtle cant move if 

you flip it on its back. 
IMAGE: Id ruther hook up with the 

goonie than the librarian. 
STRYKER: If I'm not here when this 

book comes out. good luck to 

everybody. 
SCOOTER: They were big but my 

ego is bigger. 
RAMBIS: I've got my own tool for 

carving that punkinhead. 
DBASE: After the ring my disc was 

the only thing that was (loppy. 
RAGSTER: How come girls only lay 

down the Law? 
RAISIN: Who says man cant live on 

tequila and carrots.. 
HANK: You can't pick your nose and 

Edith too. 
DRIVE LIKE NINA: l got ran over by 

wheeler and stuck in a Webb. 
BLANKCHECK: I should have asked 

surfer Dave how to impress her. 
CHARCOAL: I'm telling you he is my 

father. 
PIG: So she has PMS more than 

others. I love her anyway. 

FRESHMAN MISTAKE: / took lessons 

from DJ on how to defrost a freezer. 
HUGGINS, AND THAT'S ALL: I'm 

going to go to my bed. and you are 

going to your bed. and then we will 

go to sleep. 
ROWDY: I've only seen 18 holes in NC 

and none of them have moved. 
PLEDGEPIN: 17 Huff and 111 Peg and 

I'll blow my pants down. 
BIRDMAN: Cue joined a fraternity, son. 
TORTIESE: First she ate my flowers 

and then she made me sleep on a 

lilly pad. 
DELTA SIGMA PHI: Harry and the 

Thorbums. 
HAIRCUT: Marc. I thought you said 

the scaly mite rap worked. 




Greeks ay 



Last Words 



Melon: First a fmit. now u vegetable. 

Casper: The fullest moon blocked out the truck of 

uown. 
siut: / never amid strum Hendrix the way Handy 

can. 
Reese: There is afire Brewering In -m>4. and a 

freshman started it 
Donna: She didni I'lereeiyi my heart. 
Cowboy: Notxxly ani/.es In my room no matter 

ixxv biq she isi 
sterlod: t promise. On' only thing that im driving is 

lite BMW. 
Baldlc:: It I had more hair, t could lx' the \tarltx>ro 
Man 

CD.: ice <jot a new Uese on mi/ girlfriend. 
Splinter: Suck it upi Just give me one last shot. 
Gorilla: (in <i proud redneck tliat skips down Hum 

hall. 
Pit: tiou that new carpet bums 
Leak: oprah dW ffJ 
Forehead: I'eggii sue /xis autre hair from the waist 

down tliuri t do on mu head 
Beth:V + V = 200 points 
Hair Pants: what eon I sau It gives them 

somethiixi to hol<l on to. 
Republican: J love Mart. Mandy, and McElroy, 

Dog-ged: Mq Ixickltund didn't teark so now I use 

mq right hand 
Sheila: She hangs her c<xit in the next Chambers 
instead of on my morning coal rack 

BW: I qot a cramp while driving to the Ixiselxill 

game. 
KFC:: I'll take a piece of dark breast. 

mia: in Sue my next girlfriend 

Banker: A little drip won't hurt urn/one. 

WOP:: My stromboli comes in a box 

Woolcy: Jim u •ho? It's all purt of tlx- master pkai 

Woirpack: LETTS go to I x'd Sheila I got to get up 

early to rake the lawn 
Chemb: Kelly's in lied, and aliens at the d<tor. 
AM.: Junes seen Hick but wlx-re's Hick?? 
Absent: Who cares if sties dead or olive . . I had 

Jurr 
Messy: Which family tree is mq sister in? 
Leftover: i'm Oaring hnsta . . when we're both 

drunk 
Bruce Lee: I don'i gois anq girlfriend SO Ts uses a 

clxitr for now 
Drip: I dint leiwe sclxxtlfor medical reasons. 
Zodiac: I'm not around enough to deserve u quote. 
Springfield: / tike mq EGGS over easy. 
Bacon: S< > rue got a messy track record 
Tinker 2: * tendnx torques my gourd but not 

tvith her guitar. 
Void: Will someone (/ice me a clue? 
Grab Bag: She smokes a mean sausage 
GPA: Left 'overs' are OK If you warm them up 

enough 
weight watcher: She hit me with her bone, so I hit 

her with mine 
The Pump: J practice safe sex . . . NONE. Isnt that 

special 
Kirk: Hochi Mm trail rules' 
Darcl: Jann . Darci. Enny. minny. miny. moe 
scholar: will someone please find me u date? 

Seafood: I fixed my flat tire with the air in m</ dates 

head 
KO: DOnt make the wrong turn, or /// get lost 

slice: who? what' when? Where? 

Brush: My pecks are bigger than my peck . 

G.Q.: Hey guys, does niy hair look alright? 

invisible Man: Don't bogey that joint 

Summer's Yves: spaeu wants SOOtty to beam me 

up. 
Garfield: Thents a lump m mq stomach and I cant 

see 
Asia: Rennfe guvs me a miikixme. 

Dr. L.: You better hope Martinson never finds out.' 




Chuck. Brian, and 
Stuart on a typical 
Saturday night. 





Drags 1988. The Delta Sig brothers toast to a great new year! 



70 Greeks 




Delta Sigma Phi 



m® 



Delia Sigma Phi was first 
established at City College, 
N.Y. in 1899. The Delta Zeta 
chapter was initiated at I ligh Point 
College in 1957. The Delta Sigma 
Phi colors arc green and white and 
the fraternity symbols arc the 
pyramid and the Sphinx. 

Delta Sigma Phi puts a strong 




emphasis on academics and 
promotes engineered leadership 
skills which is evident in their 
involvement with many campus 
organizations. This year we 
pledged 26 young men — making 
it the largest pledge- class in the 
history of the Delta Zeta chapter. 



Brothers and Pledges: Jay Amernick. 
Tim Brown. Jim Burke. Chuck 
Chambers. Kevin Clark. Tony Corbino. 
Gray Fitz. Eric Gallon. Chris Gilbert. Bob 
Gould. Jeff Grizzel, Bryan Isler. Tim 
Kannar. Brian Kindel, Mike Lancaster, 
Van Mallett. Stewart McGlaughlin. Joe 
Medlin. Tim Rosebrock. Dave Sands. Jim 
Sharky. Jay Shurling. Will Thomasson. 
Rick Zeitvogal. and John Zimmer. 
Pledges: Randy Achenberg. Bryan 
Baxter. John Carey. Kevin Cole. Scott 
Combs. Keith Fielding. Yves Fisher. Odie 
Harris. Jimmy Keith, Tomy Kim. Stuart 
King. Sam Lowery. Darin Morgan, Todd 
Mattheisen. Mike Parillo. Bob Pasciucci. 
John Rhodes. Keith Scott. Brian Smith. 
Blaine Raffee. John Tague. Jay Unthank. 
Paul Vittella. Mark Woolsev. Chris Worch. 



Officers: Tim Rosebuck (Treasurer), van Mallett (Secretary). Jim Burke (President). Dave 
Sands (Pledgemaster), Jay Amernick (Vice President). 



Creeks 7\ 



Kappa Delta 



The Gamma Gamma Chapter 
of Kappa Delia lake a lol <>l 
pride in our spirit and involvement 
on the High Point College Campus. 
Many of the Sisters of Kappa Delta 
are involved with Overloading. 
Tower Players, Zenith. SGA, and 
student union just to name .1 lew. 
Gamma Gamma began a great 
new year by bringing in 2i» 
pledges. Kappa Delta was the- only 
sorority to make quota 

Paeh year we look forward to 
three very speeial dances — The 



Pledge Dance. Sisters' Dance. ant 
White Pose Weekend. We also 
enjoy the numerous mixers, 
intramurals and our Crush party. 
Each year Kappa Delta sponsors 
many fundraisers to raise money 
for our philanthropy. We support 
the National Committee for the 
Prevention Of Child Abuse. This 
year we held a BOWl-A-Thon. The 
special bond of sisterhood 
continues to grow through our 
involvement together. Friendship 
is always Pound in Kappa Delta. 



+$$£%&+ 




Sisters and Pledges. Row I: Dawn Linky. 
Joanna Cobb. Beih Gregory. Carol Frick. Beth 
Thompson, Tail Holi. Amy Witty. Charlotte 
Tannenhill. Allison Webb. Tammv Shostak. 
Row 2. Beth OTJonnell. Kathleen Mudd. Kitty 
Painter. CarrieLyn Hobson, Vicky Andersen, 
Andrea Thone. Katie Beres. SueMosher. 
Courtnay Primni. Joan Bryan. Sandra 
Selander. Anna Leller. Lynn Heasley. Susan 
Mccracken. Row 3: Jamie Raymond. Lynn 
weigand. April Lang. Stacey Steibach. Amy 
Andrews. Paula Mellinger. Cara McGuire. 
Christy Rockwell. Sandy Sarnowski. Krista 
Pelensky. Dana Johnson, Carol Blasko. Kris 
Piercy. Melissa Switzer, Kelly Graham. Row 4. 
Marcia Eichenlaub. Jenny Reid. Katriona 1 lay. 
Debbie Weslowski. Kathy Pans. Dorinda 
Bennett. Kim Wilson. Peggv Knopf. Cvndi 
Herring, Kim Long, Kristin Spencer. Courtney 
Barry, Anissa Yates. Missing: Stacv Schober. 
Missy Frazier. Julie Gunther. Kelly Jenkins. 
Nory Clark. Charlotte Glissin. Sara Jananske. 
Gillian vtacich. Veronica Royer. 






Kappa Delta Council: Row I. Dorinda Bennett (treasurer). CarrieLyn Hobson (secretary), Christy 
Rockwell (editor). Row 2. April Lang (vice president). Vicky Andersen (asst. treasurer). Lvnn Weaand 
(president). 



72 (irveks 



ii makes no 
difference what 
learn is playing the 
Kappa Deltas are 
always there to rally 
some support! 




Kimmie and Cyndi 
showing off some 
"sisterly" love. 




Last Words 



i in. lie. mi v Queen: / seriously think I like 

him today. The spot — Oodh. yuck! 
B. lllin': / can't believe I actually went over 

there. 
Paula: Anyone want <i bite of this lean 

cuisine? 
Pres.: Amor means love in Spanish. 
R.A.: Ger an escortm 
Melbie: Well, except for . . . but we won't 

talk alx>ui that. 
Mary Joan: Well. I just don't care anymore. I 

just want [o <jei out of here. 
Dallas: Irs all snakes these days! 
Court-Court: "He- will freeze over before I 

get oner 
Ticket: How is your favorite bodu part? 
Mlllis: Have you seen my boyfriend? You're 

where? . . Georgia? That's a good place 

to be! 
Flounder: My Ixjyfhend's on the road t<x>! 

. . . and I'm still on a seafood diet! 
Rod the Bod: 3 tenets cosr less than 

jewelry 
666: .Siys give love a bad name! 
Linkage: the three necessities of life: C & T. 

a private room, and a younger man! 
KW: who is it this week: A Pike alumni. 

I tank Aaron, or Mr. Ed? 
Thin: Are you Thadisfled? 
Red: Quit hogging OH.'.! I think I'm dying!! 

No. the phone is not for youtl 
Frlck: Did my phone ring? Who farted? 
Oorito: waitin'for the. day! 
Ann: oh well, sux 4 me!l 
Keys: Sex before soccer makes you play 

better. 
Wavemaker: l down 3 to go! 
CSK: Cambells clam chowder tastes Mm 

gorxi! 
Hit and Run: who is your obsession now? 
Ape: "Vicky. It's only 2 o'clock — Well lie 

there in six hours." 
v.v.v.: The repo woman strikes again. 

ivas that illegal? 
C-L: Its been so long, I cant even 

rememlK'r kissing anyone else! 
L.L. Bean: 'Oh Dear — / saw (he banner!" 
No. 3: "Monday at noon and 24 for Kristin. 

Great reflexes!!!" 
Boop: YO babe; Tixittoot Check em out! 
Krista whispers: wont a cig?S & B and 

FTEO" 
C.T.: One foot at a time. 
K.G.: Gei out from beltind that bush! 
Blondie: Noh. I just wanna kiss em! 
CLC: He's silting over there — look at those 

legs!! 
Crunch: At least we made it back! 
SALT: I'm just a little tipsy! 
Cheese: This is a total nightmare. 
Moo: Hey. there ain't no txirtying here! 
Faget: Excuse me. have I ever fold you I 

loved you! 
Aim: yes I fell off the van and yes I have a 

big Bruise! 
Ware: Is it on yet? I'm funked boxed! Hey 

guys fire up that Jessie! 
Luka: Brick. Luka. Mudd: the legend lives 

on! 
Jalm Head: (church Lady): I don't do 

smimoff anymore. I center on basketlxill. 
Bouf : I wouldn't let you borrow it if it was 

your birthday, you DC. from He — I Luv 

those Theta Chisn 
Smushed: / hare pizzalll 



Kappa Delta is unique but always united! 




Greeks 73 



Last Words 



Kid: 'Learning to play soccer is fun Inn Id 

rather be home eating crabs ang dag.' 
Pew: ■Speedy ganzales — come on guys. 

we're late, no lime 10 waste — lime to run 

around. " 
Boner: "/T's hard' to be a Boner." 
Lynner: "Why do we drive In parkways 

and park in driveways?" 
Condom: 'I'm Ijeauiiful and I know it.' 
Anne: "Smile, it makes people wonder whai 

you haue been up to." 
Yo: "WhafS up)—? Ya'll are weird.' 

"Kid Jenn: "You're beautiful and we love 

you " 
May: By babies. Haw you i>een to la 

lately?" 
Sara: "Godzilla. Leave me alone." 
Denlse: 'I'm taking my load for a dump 
Zanner: 'Grab my bogs. I'm on my may to 

la: 

Sievi: 'My Vtxxio ., IKS T.M." 
Kristen C: "/ couldn't believe my eyes, 

when I saw what's between the thighs of 

a certain OX." 
MuddBogg: 'Beware: To avoid getting 

sliced, onlg date a pike (RC)." 
Jules: '/ cant help it but I love sleeping with 

my PJ's or is if my JP's. " 
FL biz": Okay — the Chinese stuff isnt that 

bad: 
Elaine: 'So before we end and then begin. 

we'll drink a toast to how it's been ... A 

few more limes I can onlg sag. I've loved 

these days. ' 
K-Y-M: 'It's time to get down \o the Nitty 

grittg. " 
Doc Martin: 'There's a rleedto lie seen: 
Ellen: "Men arc like dogs, riiey may sVay 

away for a while but goofier or laier they 

will come running back crying with their 

tales Ixtween their legs." 
Pre: "On Still confused: 
Miss IFC: "No dice, Pads all night" 
Brooke: "Caution — / do not break for 

Rabbits. " 
Yo-Yo: "I'm sorrg guys. t>ut I just can't seem 

to get my phi): 
Speedbump: Td take Reese's cups over 

rhubards ang dag: 
Hose: 'Drags showed Youth the light, and a 

pit slop in Texas evened up the fight." 
McElroy: "So amn many men and not 

enough of me " Theta Chi till we die. " 
Premie: 'If I can't have a brother then I'll 

take another." 
Wleler: "No one con ever be too rich, thin or 

preppy: 
Siglel: "// you break out Of the Chamber 

which Sig will lx' next?' 
Anna Banana: "GRRRR." 
Buff: "Can I please bare the Banks without 

the James . . . and the ducks quacking 

and the bells ringing in my ears and Ihe 

jailbirds flocking to my door and the cats 

in heat not fur behind: 
One Slack: "Partying mag last all night, but 

diamonds are forever: 
Colgate Kid: Tee given this sorority all the 

ethnic uulues that I know — Now I hope 

they can make it on their own. Good 

Luck you nasty white girls" 
Pres.: "4 years. I never knew I had so much 

Willpower. " 
Tricla F.: "Wild. Wild hair from the Wild. 

Wild West: 








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Alpha Gamma Delta 



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The Alpha Gams share 
something special and unique 
thai sets us apan from the rest. 
"We arc Family" exemplifies whai 
Alpha Gamma Delia is all about. 
We expanded our "Family" by 29 
new pledges bringing us to a total 
of 72. To help raise money for our 
philanthropy, The Juvenile 
Diabetes Foundation, we 
sponsored a "Jail-a-thon" and for 
the guys a -| lot Legs" contest. The 
sorority emphasizes academies 
irst and foremost, it also 
enhances engineered leadership 




skills while it participates in the 
social scene at High Point. Many of 
our sislers are busy with activities 
outside the sorority from SGS 
offices to play performances and 
sonic- members have been 
nominated for honors such as 
Homecoming Gourt 
representatives. I lomecoming 
Queen. "Who's Who". Alpha Chi 
and Order of Omega. But amidst 
all the activities and events we 
participate in, we always take time 
out to do things together as 
sisters, "A Family". 



From: Kim Richards. Chtis Premock. How I: 
Ellen Lachln, Aniia Bounississi. Siacey 
DePew. Carolyn Flowers, Christine Cadley. 
Becky Hamer. Jennifer Mailed. Donna Sluiz. 
Danielle Norton, Amanda Huff. Beih Edwards. 
How 2. Amy Marshall. Lisa Baker. Ann 
Percival. Megan Lee, Nicole Hooker. Kym 
McClary, May Jordan. Anissa Milner. Tricia 
Flemming. Kellie Amiower. Trisha Crouch. 
Krisien Carper. Molly Haggany. Lynn Bryan. 
(Catherine Kern. Horn 3- Ann kintigh. Leslie 
Cipolla. Rennie Miller. Sheila Clark. Denise 
Holman. Nina Austin. Jennifer wheiler. Michele 
Santasiere. Suzann Ross, Leslie Joyner. Chris 
Holsworth, Julie Taylor, Kendra Brown. Allison 
Chapman. Jackie Barlowe. Megan Condron. 
now 4; Mary Hubbard. Elaine Estelle. Stevie 
Sloop. Sara Caruthers. Sherri Hooker. Wendy 
Glass, Amy Englat. Lida Davis. Judy Stovall. 



Sowd Amanda Hull ihousc and Guard) now i Ellen Locum IFral ed.1 Caiolyn Rowers (,). rtarahre w '<"«••• ' • " «*» * - 
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Amy imdai (secretary). w?nuy Class (preside.,.,. Linda Davis (social chairman). Judy 5 ' £"**« seacaw JacKk "•""'"' "*' 

chairman) fvr>,Hrli.red Jcnnlle. llambn.* ii.uWH.lv . h.,irm,i.n Aik-.nR.Kl.nsle, IK llv-ilies chairman) 



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Greeks 75 



Phi Mu 



Phi Mu was out in lull lore e this 
yecir showing our colors all 
over campus! We started the year 
with a bang by more than 
doubling our membership during 
Rush. With the help of the newly 
established Alumni Advisory 
Council we have had more 
contact with our Alumni than we 
have had in quite a while. The 



sisters and plus have worked hard 
this year to help support our two 
national philanthropies which are 
Project I lope and The Children's 
Miracle Network. We look forward 
to certain annual events each year 
such as the Phi Mu weekend. 
Champagne Sundays, and our 
Sisters' Dance. 







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Row I: Marcella 
Squires. Denise Beale, 
Christina Williams, 
Hieka McLaughlin, 
Cathy Fastenau. Row 
2. April Righimire. 
Donna Letters. Sharon 
O'Brinski. Tresa Tolley. 
Jennifer Waters. 
Sharon Crimmons. 
Jennifer Sullivan. Row 
3: Lisa While. Siacey 
Gusiafson. Sandi 
Rodgers. Debbie 
Underwood. Amie 
Gates. Jennifer Smith. 
Mikki Dean. Chrisiine 
Bond. 




Council: Debbie Underwood (assistant treasurer). Amie Gales (treasurer) Sandi Rodgers 
(president). Jennifer Smith (scholarship). Mikki Dean (vice presideni), Christine Bond (so- 
cial). 



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Last Words 



Puddenhead: / know she's over there! 

I lere we go again. 
Elvis: He lives and showed me how 

10 lie my shoes. 
Big Bertha: / want to be a Forest 

Ranger or smarjette. 
Snow white: Wonder Woman. 
Mortisha: I'm hungry. 
Hush Puppy: Or biscutts. I'm 

throughly confused! 
Mumbler: Oh God. my hands are 

peeling! 
Coach: Look at my pants. 
Sparkplug: You're such a B-T-Hfrom 

He--! I'm so stressed. 
Homebound: I feel like my 

grandmother trapped inside a 

teenage body! 
Glimp: She's talking about my leg 

again — Will you get my lunch? 
Pi kappa Phi Lil Sis: Can we go to 

UNCG again? 
Crayonhead: Maybe I should make 

Dog another happy. 
Innocent: / really think you're the guy 

for me. 
Mike: Can we listen to George Micheal 

again? Does anyone have a cooler 

for me? 
Ghost: / promise to stay here during 

the week. 
Snicklefritz: Where is she at? Take 

one guess! 




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Zeta Tau Alpha 



Zeta Tau Alpha started out the 
year with an early rush, which 
added 27 pledges to our fraternity. 

Heing .1 part ol ZTA extends li i .ill 
aspects of campus life. We 
support many activities on 
campus such as SGA. Student 
Union, the Dance Team. HPC 
Singers, Tower Players, the I li-Po. 
WWIH. the volleyball, field hockey. 
and basketball teams, the 
cheerlcacling sc|uad and the 
Homecoming Court. 

Service projects in which Zetas 
participated include a visit to Mills 



Home Orphanage, trick-or treating 
for UN1CEF, and interaction with 
the Kendall Center — a home lor 
retarded citizens. We also became 
involved with the- Drug Action 
Council, educating elementary 
school children on tacts about 
drugs. 

Sisterhood in Zeta Tau Alpha is 
not only a chance to enjoy 
wonderful times with other girls, 
but is is also a chance to share the 
unique closeness of Zeta love . . . 
for Zeta is forever! 




Front: Karen Liese, Christian OBriani. 
Row I: Katie Eisensiein. Terry Fox. 
Patrice Prokop. Dori Williams. Coco 
Bonneit. Karen Chapmen. Ann Horsky. 
LuAnn Browder. Row 2: Dawn Query. 
Kym Werkheiser. Kaihy Schneider. 
Tanya Horn. Ly Lim. Dora Johnson. 
Shannon Pendegraph. Alicia Harris. Dino 
Piazza, Libra Sidoruk. Candy Swing. 
Jami Walsh. Row 3: Michelle Combs. 
Michelle Seiferl. Laura Peoples. Sherry 
Scon, Kymbers Williamson. Amee 
Ispherding. Colleen Perry, Erica Fischer. 
Jen Hammill. Amy Lens. Gina Hendrix, 
Julie Wilson. Anne Roberts, Krisii Pierce. 
Noelle Blanke. Row 4. Anita Andrews, 
Sheila Smith, Kirstin Wachs. Kathy 
Hughes. Kate Holt. Linda Lovely. Colette 
Arsenault, Karen Scott. Kelly Baber. 
Laura Carr. Pam Thomas. Mary Rogan. 
Sue Rocheleau. 





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Last Words 



Kelly — Seriously, this is not pretty 

you guys! 
Kin hy JBubba) — Oh boy. oh boy. oh 

boy — Its the best I've ever had! 
Laura Mac — Its Mac Tonight!! . . . 

and tomorrow night . . . and . . . 
Anne Roberts — Each day is different 

so Hue each day to the fullest. It's in 

like Flynn but Flynn's not in so I'm 

staying. 
Kate Bee — yeah right Bob 
TF — Its the best I've ever had . . . and 

the Richest tool 
K — My, that's a Long Island. What's it 

called? "Wooblel" 
Klrstin — HI be driving down this 

Lane forever!! 
Noelle — / miss my Big Sister 

already! 
LP — Look *@v Follow Me! 
SPIL — No.' *@*/ Follow me! 
Amy — When it gets to be too much 

you just kick back and wait for the 

Storm to blow over. 
Michelle — Little Sister . . . My bust 

. . . their loss . . . Love Changes 

Everything! 
Raheiih — Its not easy being cheesy. 

Get down, funky arid loose. 
Gina — Cosmopolitan taught me 

everything I know!! 
Mary — I forget if. 
Karen C. — So this is what my room 

looks like! Coin' to Terry's . . . 
Carrots — Oil Boyd! . . . Dude! . . . I'm 

over the Stallion! . . . 
Anita — Peace. Love and a . . . Bob 

Dylan! 
Paige — "Woobie~ — ditto. 
Julie Woolie — Paige. Karen — 

Woobie meeting how!! HIM" 
Pam T. — O.K. girls, our train leaves 

In 5 min. — Hey mister. Where's 

Penn. Station?! 
Coco Bonnett — Who's been sleeping 

in Toe's bed? I never slept — I just 

passed out. 
Dino Piazza — Pledge from hell — 

How Drew — some for the sisters. 
Sherry Scott — Well, mom now 

knows I'm not the innocent angel 

she thought I was! BUSTED!! 
Colleen — Were 'just friends" . . . So 

what's new?! 
Mary — / have ten pairs of chucks — 

and what's wrong with that? 
Jennifer Hamill — No, my name is 

not Lois Lane and I do not huve a 

Superman!!! 
Sue Rocheleau — Monday? . . . What 

happened to the weekend? 
Christian — Ride a wave . . . or hit a 

Reefe!?? Whatever you do make a 

big Splashm 
Katie Fields — 0X. AXA. AS<i>. Nol lis 

all IlKA's fbese days. 
L.L. — What day is ii anyway? 




Greeks 




Action, Excitement. Victory', and 
Defeat — sports have it all. I IPC 
panther spirit is what it's all about! 
Whatever the event and whatever 
the season we take a lot ol pride 
in our athletes. 




SO Sports 





High Point College has a very well-rounded athletic program which 
serves lo intercollegiate sports as well as many intramural 
activities. We are affiliated with the National Association of 
intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA). I Ugh Point College recruits players from 
all over the country and have even attracted athletes from sei'eral 
foreign countries. The program is supported by the "Panther club" or 
the directors and members of the I Ugh Point College Educational 
Foundation. Those members include many alumni and local 
businessmen that believe in the growth and development of the 
college, in short, the I Ugh Point College athletic program is competitive, 
respected, and well supported. 



Sports hi 




Soccer 



•'■Z 



Coach Woody 
Gibson has many 
lilies. Aside from 
coaching the soccer 
team, he coaches 
golf, is the Sports 
Information Director, 
was named coach 
of the year twice by 
NAIA district 26. and 
instructs P.E. 
classes as well. 



The 1988 soccer season ended 
ai the District 2(i semifinals with 
a 13-4-2 record. This year's 
record was almost identical to 
the season before. With the loss 
of three of their starting players, 
tfie team did in >i api icai i< > 
suffer. There were nine 
freshmen recruits added to the 
team this fall. The fresh talent 
and team unity wen- two major 
keys in the success of the 
season. Four team players were 



named All-Conference and 
All District. They are Dexter 
Gilmore, Thomas Ingram, Yves 
Fischer, and Mark Hodor. 
Gilmore and Ingram were 
named Ail-American. Junior 
Mark Hodor broke the school 
record 16 goals in one season 
by scoring a seventeenth. With a 
relatively young team, the 
panthers have to build and 
improve on their skills for the 
seasons ahead. 



Roto I: Brian Smith. 
Yves Fischer. Rodney 
Biller How 2: Soren 
Smilh. Mike Oser. Chris 
Davis. Rick Crantord. 
Dexter Gilmore. 
Thomas Ingram. Nick 
Gilbeni. Jimmy Perone" 
Joe Ranucci, Richie 
Greenfield. Ron' 3: 
Sara Janeske. Darren 
Giese. Adam Dutt. 
Brett Taylor. Troy 
Gales. Mark l lodor. 
Scott Kruger, Richard 
Saunders, Bill Hopkins. 
Darren Huber. Bill 
Brewer. Aaron Tooley. 
Asst. Coach Doug 
Brandon, Mary Ellen 
Clark. 





All-South IH-stcr C.tlmorc in an airborn tangle with his opponent while going lor 
the goal. 



1988 Soccer Schedule 



USC-Aiken 
N.C. Wesleyan 
Mars Hill College 
Lenoir-Rhyne College 
St. Andrews College 



Aiken, SC 

Rocky Mount. NC 

High Point 

High Point 

Laurinburg, NC 



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West Virginia Tech High Point College 
Pembroke State University Pembroke, NC 
Elon College High Point 

Catawba College Salisbury, NC 

Belmoni Abbey College High Poini 

Wingate High Point 

Pfeiffer College Misenheimer. NC 

Ml. Olive College Mt. Olive. NC 

Atlantic Christian College Wilson, NC 

University of Charleston High Point 

Garder-Webb College High Point 

Guilford College High Point 

Liberty University High Point 




Senior Mike Oser takes advantage of this situation to lead HPC to victory. 



Spans H3 




Coach Kitty Steele is 
in her 13th year at 
HPC. She has led her 
girls to over 140 
victories since her 
beginning in 1975. 



Field Hockey 



Fourteen young women made up 
HPC's field hockey team this year. 
Working hard during the season, the 
team finished with eleven wins, eleven 
losses, and two ties. The head coach. 
Kitty Steele, and assistant coach. Leslie 
Clark, led the young and inexperienced 
team to a fair amount of victories. With 
only two graduating seniors, Elaine 



Estelle and Heather Hughes, the team 
holds many possibilities for an 
excellent season next fall. Three of the 
team members traveled to California 
over Thanksgiving Break to participate 
in the National Field Hockey 
Tournament. Those members were 
Murial Brady, Julie Taylor, and Michele 
Santasiere. 



Kneeling: Julie 
Harrington. Terri Fox. 
Kristin Jones. Trisha 
Crouch. Michele 
Santasiere, Jen 
Hambrick. Standing: 
Connie Bates. Elaine 
Estelle. Molly Haggerty, 
Mary Rogan. Murial 
Brady, and Laura 
Wood. Heather 
Hughes, Julie Taylor, 
Elaine Estelle. Molly 
Haggeny. Mary Rogan. 
Muriel Brady and Laura 
Wood 




1988 Scoreboard 



HPC 1 Pfeiffer HPC 

HPC 3 Davidson 1 HPC 

HPC 8 Salem 1 hpc 

HPC 2 Glassboro State (NJ) 2 HPC 

HPC Cortland State (NY) 3 HPC 

HPC Lynchburg (V A) 2 HPC 

HPC 1 Wake Forest 3 HPC 

HPC 4 Roanoke (VA) 3 HPC 

HPC 1 Virginia Commonwealth U. 3 HPC 

HPC I Pfeiffer 1 HPC 

HPC 1 Catawba 3 hpc 

HPC l Virginia Tech 

HPC 2 Centre College. KY. 1 



Catawba 1 

o Appalachian state U 4 

2 Davidson College 

3 Salem College o 

2 Catawba 3 
5 Pfeiffer College 1 

Appalachian 2 

3 Tobacco Road Club 2 

1 Carolina Club 2 
3 Durham Club 

2 Catawba 3 

final record: 1 1-1 1-2 



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Volleyball 




After capturing the District 26 
Championship, the Lady 
Panthers volleyed their way to 
the National Tournament in 
Topeka. Kansas at Washburn 
University. Coach Joe Elienburg 
calls it the "Cinderella Season". 
"Nobody expected us to be very 
good but by the end of the 
season we were the best!" 
Elienburg reflected. Three 
players were named all district 
— Seniors Penney Sellars and 
Susan Godoy and Junior Jimena 
Vargus. Sellars and Vargus were 
also nominated for Ail-American. 
Their key to success this 
season was experience and the 
solid leadership of first year 
Coach Joe Elienburg. 

Dr. Joe Elienburg began his lirst year at HPC as 
the women's baskeiball and volleyball coach. 
Prior 10 coming lo HPC he was Ihe dlrci lor <>i 
Alhlencs ai Ihe I 'niversllv ol Wesl Florida. 




The team weni all 
the way 10 the 
Naiional 
Tournament in '88. 



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Dr. Joe Elienburg. Jimena 
Vargas. Denise Bickley. 
Rhonda Salmons. Michelle 
Okerlin, Susan Godoy, 
Penney Sellars. Stephanie 
Mujat. Michelle Combs. 
Sharon Hill. 



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VOLLEYBALL ROSTER 



NAME 

Denise Bickley 
Jimena Vargas 
Penney Sellars 
Lydia Hancock 
Michelle Okerlin 
Susan Godoy 
Michele Combs 
Stephanie Mujai 
Rhonda Salmons Jr. 
Sharon Hill So. 



CLASS 

Jr. 

Jr. 

Sr. 

Fr. 

Jr. 

Sr. 

So. 

Sr. 



HOMETOWN 
Charlottesville. VA 
La Paz. Bolivia 
Burlington. NC 
High Point. NC 
Umatilla. FL 
Miami. FL 

Prince Frederick. MD 
Largo, FL 
Advance, NC 
Greensboro. NC 




Cheerleaders 



Row I: Krisii 
Pierce. Anissa 
Yates. Row 2: 
Paula Mellinger, 
Sheila Lindsay. 
Row 3: Caryn 
Page. Stephanie 
Morris. Row 4: 
Amy Parker. Janii 
Walsh 



The 

cheerleaders 
practice their 
pyramid 
before the 
game begins. 




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The Spectators 




These (ans 
give the 
players a 
standing 
ovaiion as 
they score 
two more 
points. 



The 

"reserved" 

section. 





The 

spectators 
watch on with 
anticipation to 
see the final 
outcome of 
the game. 



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Men's Basketball 



Coach Jerry Steele 
came lo HPC in 
1972 10 serve as the 
Athletic Director. In 
his coaching career 
he has had over 
400 wins and has 
won 9 coach of the 
year awards. 



All-Conference Champions in 

the past two seasons, the 
.Panthers went into the 1988-89 
season with high hopes. Their 
goal this year is to capture the 
conference title for the third year 
in a row which is something thai 
no other team, in the history' of 
the conference, has 
accomplished. The team's key 
to success this season was their 
quickness and perception out 
on the court. "We try to gel the 
ball away from the opponent 
before they reach mid-court." 
said assistant coach Mike- 
Everett. "We also count on 
rebounds and strong defense lo 



help our game." 
Junior George Byers. 
All-Tournament in 1988. was a 
key player in this past season. 
Seniors Willie Walker. Chris 
Windlan, Kenny Drummond. 
Tony Bolden. and David 
Stubble-field also made a strong 
team contribution. Freshmen 
Terrance Knuckles and Jay 
Wittier came off the bench 
during the second half of the 
season to start in several 
games. The team as a whole 
was strong this year and it 
rellei led in Iheir fabulous 
season. 



Row 1: Chris Windlan. 
Steve Wall, Jerome 
Adams. George Byers. 
Mike Bell. Kenny 
Drummond. Row 2. Tony 
Bolden. Terrance 
Knuckles. Jay Wiimer, 
Doug Oakford. David 
Stubblefield. Jimmy 
Telleysh. Willie Walker. 




BASKETBALL 
ROSTER 



Number IO. George livers, concern rales and shoots 



No. 


NAME 


POS 


CLASS 


4 


Mike Bell 


G 


FR 


10 


George Byers 


G 


JR 


12 


Jerome Adams 


G 


FR 


20 


Chris Windlan 


F 


SR 


22 


Steve wall 


G 


so 


24 


Kenny Drummond 


G 


SR 


30 


Willie Walker 


F 


SR 


32 


Tony Bolden 


G 


JR 


34 


David Stubblefield 


F 


SR 


40 


Terrance Knuckles 


F 


FR 


42 


Jay Witmer 


C 


FR 


44 


Jimmy Telleysh 


F 


FR 


52 


Doug Oakford 


C 


FR 



us Six>ns 




Raise your hands! HPC and Pfeiffer players battle for the rebound. 



Sports «9 




High five! Junior Annette Lawson goes up against Wingate opponent for a jump ball. 



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Women's Basketball 



The 1988-89 season was a time 
of transition for the Women's 
Basketball team. They did 
considerably well in that they 
had a small team of only six 
players. In a highly competitive 
conference, newcomer Coach 
Ellenburg found it difficult to turn 
the team around in one season. 
The team will lose three of their 



key players next year. They are 
seniors Susan Poole, Penney 
Sellars, and Cherric Hedgecock. 
However.the team has an 
upbeat attitude that the team 
will turn around and be a winner 
in the near future. The success 
of next season's team falls upon 
the new recruits and the few 
returning players. 




Dr. Joe Ellenburg 
came 10 HPC from 
University of West 
Florida where he 
had been the 
Director of Athletics 
for four years. 




NO 


NAME 


pos 


HOMETOWN 





Penney Sellars 


G 


Burllngion, NC 


14 


Susan Poole 


G 


Thomasville, NC 


20 


Tracy Mclver 


G 


Bear Creek. NC 


23 


Annene Lawson 


F 


Wlnsion-Salem. NC 


32 


Barbara Ross 


C 


Lumber Bridge. NC 




CherrieHedgecockF 


High Point. NC 



Senior Susan Poole runs to receive the pass. 



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Coach Kitty Steele 
won the "Coach of 
the Year" award six 
years in a row as 
head tennis coach. 



Women's Tennis 



The Women's Tennis team began its 
season with high hopes and a positive 
outlook. Coach Kitty Steele was 
optimistic that the team would match 
last year's record which placed them 
13th in the nation. The team lost three 
of the top seeds from last year but 
recovered well with several new 



prospects. Freshman Paivi Tapaninen 
assumed the number one seed 
position and next in line was Junior 
Kandy O'Connor. The opponents were 
as tough as ever and the competition 
was rough but the team still came out 
on top. 



Stacey Scherer. 
Paivi Tapananin. 
April Rightmire. 
Mara Klein. Jennifer 
Hammill. Lisa 
Robertson. Kandi 
O'Connor. 
Freshman Paivi 
Tapaninen was the 
#t seed this 
season. 




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Tennis Roster 



NAME 


CLASS 


HOMETOWN 


Jennnller Hamlll 


Sophomore 


wesifield. nj 


Mara Kllen 


Senior 


Brevard. NC 


Pam Miller 


Freshman 


Somers Poini. NJ 


Kartell O'Coonor 


Junior 


Thomasville. NC 


April Rightmire 


Freshman 


Lake Zurich, ill 


Lisa Robenson 


Senior 


Toronio.Oni. Canada 


Siacey Scherer 


Sophomore 


Easlon, MD 


Paivi Tapaninen 


Freshman 


Kuopio. Finland 



Freshman Paivi Tapaninen was the #1 seed this season. 






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Men's Tennis 




The Men's Tennis leani has had 
a rough road to follow in the 
past few seasons, but they 
eould soon see a turn around. 
New coach Ray Alley brought 
with him the optimism and 
encouragement necessary to 
put the team back on their feet. 
This was a rebuilding year for 
them but hopefully they will see 
some more success in the 
seasons to follow. 




Coach Ray Alley 
relumed to High Point 
this year after a 
thirteen year absence 
which he spent at 
Guilford College. Alley 
sees this year as a 
time to rebuild and 
looks forward to new 
recruits in the fall to 
help bring the team 
up. 




giro]! 



ulllii 



EOT 

SSHffi SSI 




Tennis Schedule 



DATE 
Feb. 22 
Feb. 28 

Mar. 2 
Mar. 3 
Mar. 15 
Mar. 17 
Mar. 18 
Mr. 19 
Mar. 21 
Mar. 23 
Mar. 25 
Mar. 27 
Mar. 30 
Mar. 31 
Apr. I 
Apr. 4 
Apr. 6 



Danny Brown. Pasi 
Makinen, Adam 
Thompson, Michael 
Blackburn. 



OPPONENT 


SITE 


UNC Greensboro 


Greensboro 


Wingate 


High Point 


Pembroke 


High Point 


Mt. Olive 


High Point 


Guilford 


Greensnboro 


Catawba 


High Point 


Chris-Newport 


High Point 


Fairmont Si 


High Point 


Atlantic Christian 


High Point 


Appalachian St. 


Boone 


Gardener-Webb 


High Point 


Harvard 


High Point 


Pfeiffer 


High Point 


Elon 


Burlington 


UNCW 


Wilmington 


Campbell 


High Point 


Lenoir-Rhyne 


Hickory 




Spons 93 




Coach Jim Speight 
came 10 High Point 
in 1979 and has built 
a very successful 
record behind him. 
Speight sees the 
1989 season as a 
chance to regroup 
and rebuild and 
hopes to see a 
better record over 
last year. 



Baseball 



After the 1988 ball season, the 
panthers had no place to go but 
up. Although this year was a 
rebuilding one, the team had a 
lot of potential lor success. Top 
returning starters include junior 
Billy Wilson (.315. 2(i RBI) and 
sophomore outfielder Orlando 
Barrios (.255, 17 RBI). The infield 
saw some changes this year. 



Many of the first year players 
filled the infield positions. Coach 
Speight was optimistic and went 
into the season with high hopes. 
With the experience of the 
returning players and the fresh 
talent of the newcomers, the 
baseball team should have a 
good season this year. 









1989 Baseball 






Roster 


NAME 


POS 


HOMETOWN 


Jim Moebius 


Ernie Anionelli 


P 


Trenion, NJ 


Jeff Morgan 


Orlando Barnss 


OF 


Thomasville. NC 


Terry Moudy 


RJ.Bisile 


P 


Beihesda. MD 


Ed Paiiile 


Chris Chattenon 


IBP 


Silver Spring, MD 


Sieve Paiion 


will Collins 


P 


Winston-Salem. NC 


Sieve Piazza 


Bill Coyle 


IF 


Cenier Valley. PA 


Sieve Prokop 


David Farsacl 


P 


Baden.PA 


Scoll Reefe 


Scon Glelman 


IF/P 


Reislersiown. MD 


Gary Roy 


Kun Gurley 


IF 


High Poini, NC 


Eric Royer 


Jonaihon Haney 


IF 


High Point. NC 


MlkeSabol 


Jell Harris 


OF 


High Poini. NC 


Jay Shurling 


Don Haggins 


OF 


Mercetville. NJ 


Paul Sierling 


Don Hughes 


C 


Hadley. PA 


Brad Teague 


Andy Lisk 


OF/P Randleman. NC 


Sieve wall 


Tom McCallery 


P 


Mamtach.NY 


Billy Wilson 


Bnan Magllone 


p 


Trenion. NJ 


Vic Zuezek 



c 

OF 

OF 

C 

P 

IF 

IF 

P 

P 

iF 

IF 

C 

P 

IF 

OF 

OF 

IF 



Peguanack, NJ 
Greensboro. NC 
Claymoni. DE 
Trencon, NJ 
Oxford. NC 
Dismci Heights. MD 
Gaithersburg. MD 
Silver Springs. MD 
Middlesey. NJ 
Thurmont. MD 
Trenion. NJ 
Cary. NC 
Lanham. MD 
Archdale. NC 
Whitseti. NC 
High Point. NC 
Trenton, NJ 



94 S/)( >r(.s 




Senior Paul Sterling was a key piicher in this past season. 



Sports 95 



Coach Bob David- 
son was named Con- 
ference and District 
Coach of the Year as 
well as Teacher of 
the year in 1988. 
Davidson looks for- 
ward to the 1989 Sea- 
son. 



The track learn did well last 
year. They won the Carolinas 
m Conference and the District 2(> 
"titles for the first time in iwelve 
years. They ended their season 
by finishing sixteenth in the 
NAIA National Meet held at 
Asuzu I 'acific University in 
California. Four of the team 
members were named 
All-American as a result ol the 
National Meet. The two returning 
All-American recipients. Nat 
Norris and Lavelle Kinny, art- 
expected to help lead the team 
to another winning season. 

Senior chip shea, conference and district 
champ in no-meter high hurdles, gets in a 
little pre-season practice. 



Track 





Row l: Lee Simril. Thomas 
Ingram. Andy Ritchie. John 
High. Lavelle Kinney. Nat 
Norris. Tim Sloan. Row 2: 
Terry Kersey. Scott 
Combs. Jaye Cohen, Jeff 
Covington, Blain Jierron, 
Asst. Coach Jimmie Bur- 
chette. 



Wayne Jones. Associate 
Coach, earned the All 
American honor in 1988 



1988 All-American winners, Nat Norris ;ind Lavelle 
Kinny. take their mark tor the 200-meter sprint 



Hometown 
Reidsville. NC 
Silver Springs. MD 
High Point. NC 
High Point. NC 
Charlotte. NC 
Zebulon, NC 
Chesterfield, va 
Bellast, N. Ireland 
Vienna, va 
High Point, NC 
Staihan. GA 
1 ligh Point. NC 
Farniville. NC 
Thomasville. NC 
Woodstown. NJ 
Cornelia. GA 
I ligh Point. NC 
Nashville. TN 



96 Sports 



Golf 




The 1989 golf season has a lot 
of potential for success. With 
four new freshman recruits in 
addition to the returning team 
members, it should be a very 
promising season. Last Spring. 
the team finished third in the 
Carolinas and Fourth in the 
NAIA District 26. Coach Gibson 
hopes to match the record of 
this past season. Despite the 
inexperience and youth of the 
team they should see a good 
season. 




Coach woody 
Gibson, entering his 
fifteenth year as 
head coach of the 
golf team, hopes to 
see a duplicate 
showing of the past 
season. 




Golf Roster 



Name 


Class 


Homeiown 


Drew Smiih 


Senior 


Fori Washington, MD 


Eric Molgaard 


Junior 


LeMars. Iowa 


RobClamari 


Sophomore 


Pnnceion Junction, NJ 


Mike Bell 


Sophomore 


WinsionSalem. NC 


Paul Bally 


Freshman 


Thomasvillc. NC 


Jeff Hamleii 


Freshman 


Hillsboro. NC 


Sieve Hughes 


Freshman 


Rockvillc. NC 


Rob woolen 


Freshman 


High point, NC 




Rob Calaman. sophomore, 
practices his golf swing. 



97 Sports 




Students. Without students the 
faculty, the organizations, tin- 
Greeks, the sports, etc. would not 
be possible. The students arc the 
ones that bring High Point College 
to life! 




<■>» Students 





We are only here for a short time but in our own ways 
we moke a contribution to this school, it is the 
attempt of the school to leoue as with a foundation for oar 
future. If we leave this college without oar impression then 
we have failed. The students are the ones that make things 
happen on the campus. Without our input and involvement 
the school ivould be lifeless, but it is through oar efforts 
and hard work that we learn to live and make High Point 
College what it really is. 



Students Hi) 




Freshman 

Class Officers 





Todd Godbey President 




Not Pictured: 
Amy Marshall — 
'resident 
Bonnie Jean Dillon - 
Legislator 
Jamie Laujson — 
Legislator 




Daniel Alwine 
John Bailer 
Roben Bailer 

Child Barker 
Connie Bales 



Ashley Be. ii i 
Teresa Beavers 
Brett Bennett 
R. Scotl Bernard 

Rodney Biller 



Barbara Blake 
Jelterv Brennan 
Griffin Briggs 
Gregory Brock 

Lnann Brovvdcr 



Kendra Brown 
Brica Buonissisi 
Jason Burnette 
Rich Cacace 
Leah Chappell 



Mary Bllen Clark 
Nory Clark 
Boberl Clemcnte 
Wendy Collins 
Robert Combs 



John Cox 
Nils Dailey 
Richard iJaughcrty 
Ashley Davis 
(hris bonalson 



Freshmen un 



Class of '92 



Kim Dorsey 

Leigh Ann Draughn 

Jennifer Duffy 

( >.]VI(I OlIIK'iin 

Desmond Dutcher 



Susan Fairweaiher 
Nikora Fraley 
Wendy I-urr 
Reese Gardiner 
Hope Ginsberg 




102 Freshmen 



Freshmen: 

Class of '92 




Charlotic Glisson 
Todd Godbey 
Mark GOSSeil 
Suzanne Grady 
Kellic Graham 



Cindy Grisenbrock 
Joseph Grose 
Tiffany Haas 
John Hambrick 
'I Lvda Hancock 



Freshmen n>3 



Freshmen 







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Ronnie Miller looks on 
10 watch her favorite 
team in an intramural 
frisbee match. 


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Sloven Harrison 
Sharon Hill 
Nicole Hooker 
Scott Hucks 
Jason Jodon 



Dora Johnson 
James Keith 
Janet Kennedy 
Katherine Kern 
Amy Kicid 




IU4 Freshmen 



Class of '92 




Sandy Sarnowski 
dances the night away 
at the Theta Chi Drags. 






Peggy Knopf 
Dan Koehler 
Christopher l_<il-'ortun.i 
David Layton 
Bobbv Uirzaneo 



Donna Letters 
Ly Lim 
Roben Linker 
Charles McCarthy 
Brian Maglione 



Freshmen (05 



Freshmen 



Sarah and Jennifer 
Malleti, otherwise 
known as the Malleti 
Twins, work together 
on their homework. 




Susan McCracken 
Cara McGuire 
Polly Me. ires 
Danny Money 
Missy Montgomery 



Tern.' Moraii 
Mike' Mullins 
Thomas Mum 
Kaiherine Muslin 
Peter John Newman 




loti l : rcshman 



Freshmen 




The freshmen guys file 
back info New Dorm 
after a fire drill. 



■i-!4Hll.HiT7C 





Mark Nye 
Christian O'Briant 
Brian Occonell 
Bran Pace 
Brian Barker 



Bryan I 'aync 
Chris Payne 
Shane Pegfam 
Brend Perzvk 

l-Vr>4 Peters 



l-'rt'shmcn IU7 



Freshmen 




Drew Peterson 
Roger Predmore 
Angela Presco 
Adam Rosenberg 
Mike Sabol 



Sandy Sarnowski 
Andrew Sawyer 
Keith Scott 
Jennifer Sharp 

KIk ind.i Simmons 




)08 Freshmen 



Class of '92 




Jimmy Keith mas- 
ters the art of 
bouncing a soc- 
cer ball from his 
head. 





Brian Smith 
Edward Smith 
Todd Smith 
David Soens 
Joseph Somoza 



Stephanie Spangler 
Kristin Spencer 
Brenda Strawser 
Donna Stutz 
Craig Sullivan 



Freshmen l(J9 



John Sweeny 
John Tague 
Jay Unthank 
Bcck\' Urion 
Gillian Vlacich 



Ran Warren 

Debbie wellings 

I leather Wetzel 
Ashley Williams 
Christina Williams 



Dori Williams 
Jennifer Williams 
l^iura Wood 
Paul Viiella 
John Paul Wright 



Denise Beale 
Michele Brown 
Andrea Elliot 
Jason Ferrall 
Andrew Flynt 



George I lazelvvood 
Eric i lege 
Lenora I lenry 
Breit Kardon 
Jamie Lawson 



Jennifer Malleti 
Sarah Mallett 
Jennifer McLaughlin 
Serene Quebein 
Honald Sotak 




HO Freshmen 



Class of '92 



Krista Pelensky lakes a break from 
swdying for her upcoming finals. 




Freshmen III 




Class of 92 



Greg Anion 
Tanya Appearson 
Nina Austin 
Kelly Baber 
Dana Batten 



Siacy Becker 

Mike' Bell 

Scott Bishop 
Kelly Blake 
Noelle Blanke 



I ..mi. i B< >. itw right 
Gwen Bogar 
Rhonda Brown 

Christine Cadley 

Robert Calamari. Jr. 



Greg Cambell 
Chuck Chambers 
Karen Chapman 
Jay Cohen 

Man 11 i i iIk -n 



Kevin Cole 
Dena Collins 
Thomas Claggetl 
Leslie Cipolla 
Will Collins 



Mil hele < ( mil is 
Kaihenne Cooper 
Yolanda Cooper 
Amanda Craft 
Whitney crouch 



Sophomores J 13 



Sophomore Class 




Angela Dailey 
Angle Dancy 
Sean Darcy 
Pam Dean 
Stacey i >ePew 



James i touglas 
Greg Dudley 
Leanna Dulin 
John lidmisii ni 
\u-rrv Elon 




1/4 Sophomores 




Erica Fisher 
.mi Firkin 
Carolyn Flowers 

John i-'ogany 
Tern.' French 



Carol Prick 
Ami.- < laics 

Dexter Gillmore 
Mario Gomez 
Tracy Greer 



Bcih Gregory 
Julie Gunther 
Jennifer I lammill 
Mclanie Harrison 
Kalnona llav 



Lynn Heasley 
Monica Hedrick 
Cyndi Herring 
John High 
Denise Holman 



Jim Homiak 
Ann I lorsky 
Jennifer Huddlesion 
Jay Huey 

Kalhy Hughes 



Michele Hutchins 
Kevin ill, ii. i/. i 
Thomas Ingram 
Sara Jananske 
Bryan Johnson 



Sophomores 1/5 



May .lord; in 

Krisia Kehn 
James King 
Anna Kintigh 
Brad Kraniz 



Ellen Lachin 
Kathy Layson 
Leigh Ann Link 
Sheila Lindsay 
Amy Lockhari 



Doug Lockwood 
Kim Long 
Kym McClary 
Kathleen nukUI 
Micheal Lisansky 



Meredith MeCall 
Lynda McHenry 
Mark Mathers 
Teresa Melton 

Christopher Miles 



Maxine Monroe 
Rene Morlang 
Sue Mosher 
Karen Nasuta 
Michelle Oakley 



Ma Ouphaehanh 
Kelle ' "wens 
Kathy Pans 
Steve fallen 

Jimmy Perrone 




lid Sophomores 



Class of 1991 




Mike. Jenn. Scott, Di'no, 
and Jeff smile for the 
camera as they took on to 
watch a frisbee match. 



Sieve Peierson 
Patrick I'etnllo 
Mary Belli Phillips 
Sieve Piazza 

Kris 1'icri \ 



Lynn Pius 
Christine Premock 
Leigh Ann Price 
Sieve Prokop 
Leena Quebein 



Sophomores 117 



Sophomores 



What are the. people in this 
picture doing? Its called 
doing your own thing. 







Aileen Radinsky 
Frank Riingoussis 
Laura Reid 
Kim Richards 
Suzeiie Richburg 



Anne Roberts 
Suzanne Roeheleau 
Christy Rockwell 
Garry Roy 
Andrew Ritchie 




U8 sophomores 



Sophomores 




Jumping on the 
bandwagon or truck. 
Doug, the driver, probably 
never expected to have 
this many passengersi 




Veronica Rover 
Karen Scott 

Mil hclle Seller! 

l:i I Severs 

s, ii ulr<i Selander 



Andrew Shldnck 
K.ile Slieppard 
Melissa Shuskey 
Leigh Stewart 
Whitney Styers 



Si i/i/ ion lores il<» 



Sophomore Class 

Class of 91 




Candy Swing 
Melissa Swil/cr 
Kairina Thies 
Tommy Thomas 
Buddy Thorburn 



Keith Thorburn 
Greg Turner 
Deborah Tominowski 
Stephanie Tuttle 
Sieve Wall 





120 Sophomores 



Sophomore Class 

Class of '91 




The friendly orientation 
crew: Pat, Anissa and Jim 
are ready with a smile to 
help answer questions 
and to help freshmen 
move into the dorms. 



Allison Webb 
Si on Webster 
Scon Williams 
Kimbcrlv Williamson 
Michclc Williamson 



Sharon wise- 
Amy Witty 
Anissa Yates 
Wayne Young 
Rick Zeitvogel 



Sophomores 121 




Souha Abboud 
Paige Alverez 
Jay Amernick 
Vicky Anderson 

Ann. i Aim Irews 



Denise Bickley 
Jackie Barlowe 
Tjark Baieman 
Tony Bolden 
Howard Bowman 



Andrew Brehm 
William Brewer 
Janei Byrd 
Cathy Cook 
Joceiyn Coover 



Melisa Crowder 
Mary Beih Downs 
Michele Durfee 
Beth Edwards 
Gidget Edwards 



Roben Edwards 
Michele Fagan 
Gretchen Foard 
Terri Fox 
Buckley Garber 



Juniors 123 



Class of 90 



Oynihia Gladding 




Susan Goody 



Julie, Wendy, and 
Beth share a laugh 
in between sessions 
«f the. I9H8 
Leadership 
Conference held in 
Myrtle Beach. 



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I 




Jeff Grizzel 
Ginger Grubb 
Jennifer Grubb 
Kurt Guyer 
Jennifer Hambrick 



Pamela Harrison 
Gina Hendrix 
Carrie Lvn Hobson 
Robert Hocuti 

Mi< hael I loover 




124 Juniors 



Juniors 



Brooks Locky slops 
to moke a fashion 
stutement. 





John Harrigton 
Amanda Huff 
Susan Huff 
Heather Hughes 
Brian Jacobs 



Sabina Jasinski 
Kelly Jenkins 
Dana Johnson 
Tom Joseph 
Kevin Kuester 



Juniors 125 



Brian Kindel 
Michael Lancaster 
April I .any; 

Jeff Lawrence 
Amy l.caihcrm.ii) 



Kimbcrly Lconhardt 
Brookes Lockcy 
Van Malleil 
Cindy Marzano 
Tracv McCiver 



Paula Mellinger 
Kri.sun Mcrnlickl 
Debbie Monlcra 
Bclh O'Donnell 
Cindv Ovcrcash 



Angic IVddycord 
Laura Peoples 
Colleen Perry 
Julie Reading 
Sharon Ringgold 



Timothy Host-brock 
Barbara Boss 
Suzanne Boss 
Mary Rogan 

Michelle Saunders 



Kathenne Schiedcr 
Sherry Scon 
Sandra Shore 
Jennifer Slack 
Carlton Stalling 




U6 Juniors 



Juniors 

Class of 1990 




HPC's soccer fan club is 
ready to see some action! 



iS -. 





H P| 





William Thommason 
Jimena vargus 
Kirsiin Wiiclis 
Karen Welch 
Jennifer Wieler 



Krisii Wilmoth 
Kim Wilson 
Debbie Zeringue 
Alda Zumot 
Carta Zumoi 



Juniors 127 



DorindQ Bennett 



Stephanie Mujat . . . Senior 
Active On and Off Campus 



Stephanie </< »es // nil six' aa < n"npltshea m> ire in one week 
il i< a i s< tme people do in o 1 1< ■< // . \sh '( ■ //< mi / '< •// in n i 'r< si 
dential Scholar, she is the editor oj the I hi'' >. c/ nwinix-i i >i 
the volleyball team and the Society <>i Collegiate Joui 

I l< ///sis SI K ' i list 1 1 1 'i Hi '.S / 1< '/ own H >< nis i oil ii i in ill the I In r // 1 

i 'i not Enterprise 

i la < I h •( tIi il i >< -/si '/ k iliu 1 and tH r i •/ u ll< ss i •/ 1< ■/ < lyhavel x •< •/ 1 
(i/i iiii/ii iridi ii assei ki / // '( .. 




Debra Amman 



Snhrinn Units 



Mid Kiel Beck 



Seniors 129 



Seniors 
Class of 

1989 



Mark Boles 




Jeriann Bongiovanni 



Doug Brandon 



Tin) Brown 



I in Seniors 



Reggae Inspires Revival of Sixties' Fads 



Roxanne < 'arter 



innun Linky models a brightly colored tie-dye tshirt. 
which is a /)< >pular trend borrowed from the late 

SI.YMc !S 




Scoff Clark 



Lolly Collins 



Seniors isi 



Seniors: Class of 89' 



Terry Collins 



Who says a blyyei ^ hi »>l has moron > offer '//P< maynoi haw 
the Quantity i>fa lartjej s< h< ><>/ Im.ii it < enainlij i tilers the Quality 
( )/ our 




,\ /( irit ■ ( "; i »SS 



Kris Curry 



Linda Davis 



132 Seniors 




.Ami/ /:/ K//</i 



HPC: 

Because Quality 
Matters 



Rusty Laioter, u member o) Lambda < In Alpha, stands proudly 
l m the cresi "/ his fraternity 



e^ww «* s 





P(H(ye Freeman 



Uric Gallon 



Wendy Glass 



Seniors 1 13 



Seniors: 
Class of 

1989 



Jeffrey Core 





William Grubbs 



Jennifer Hayivorth 



Cherie Hedgecock 



Stephanie I line 



/.<-» Si 'nil irs 



Everyone knows that it's there hat only those 
that live there van appreciate the isolation and 
beauty that Belk has t< i < >//<•<. it is neatly «« ked 
info a back vomer <>/ the campus and is the 
/ionic of many apperelassmen and athletes. 



Belk: 

The Secret Side of 



High Point College 



Danny Hogue 



Shawi} limes 




Sharon Holland 



sherri Hooker 



Joe I loivard 



Seniors 135 



A Class Act: 

Learning to Balance 
Classes, Friends, and Time 
Alone 



There aren't em Kiyh /n >urs inuduy /< >/ <<// the flw/icjs uv it'cini u • 
do, < ill the i >t 'oule we a >< » u i< > s< •< • < </ k / < i/i /i i< ■ ; >/< u es we a '< « u i« » 
(/o. Pan of ci good a Megeedm aiionis learning how to manage 
our time in a way that we can fit in most o) the things we want to 
do 




Mary Hubbard 




JO€ Uitichins 





Linda Jarrett 



lion Jaruis 



Keith Johnson 



tii. seniors 



Jefj Joyce 



Seniors: 
Class of 89 



v\ good education is that ivhieh < lives t<> the body and to the 
s< nil all the beauty andi>er)ecti< >n i >/ which they are capable." 

— Plato 




Mara Klein 



Jill Ktetss 



lilizaheth Lamb 



Seniors 117 



It's Just As Timeless. . . 

It's Just As Classic . . . 

It's RolK'rtS I lull I In 1 u ncriiiui s/mc uiul long 
i ul \ite ( olumns make it one < >\ the most aitrm 
//( '(•/»( nli III i< ;> < a i ( i n 1 1/ )| is It is ( l/Si ' < '1 11 ' « '/ // 1< ' 
( >/< /( si I n uli In h /s and ii is where much of the a >l 

h '( j< ■ I >l isil h 'SS is < i n 11 /(/( /(( / 



SCOtt Lux 




Ixni'n Linku 



\v Stewart McGaughlin 



Thomas Mabe 



Stephanie Mujai 



I ;.s sci »( us 



'u(//ili Perry 



Mixing A Little Business 
With Some Pleasure 



The first week i >/ si hi « <l a student faculty jiinin was 
held on the Helltower Lawn. It g< « •< ■ i< '< « ( >• rs a chance 
i< i u'lii.x with the students and Mike /-s/i« khum an i >/> 
I huh mat i to (jrub nil the lefitn 'ersl 




Susan l'( ><>lc 



curios Prado 



Lisa Robertson 



Seniors 139 



/ il u >i Ida Salmons 



Seniors 
Class of 
1989 




Karen Schmitz 



Penney Sellars 



Chip Shea 



i-ui Seniors 




/ >< '' H >r< il i SI lilin k il( ii i i 



Donna Shybunklo 



Pure Beauty . . . 

That's HPC! 



wi i&het sj >rii ig, sui nm< \r, < x /< lil. / in ihi'< m n ( .< >/Je< /<■ /i< is <>iw< >i 
the prettiest campuses in the Triad. 





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B. Mitchell Simpson IV 



Stephanie Sloop 



Andrew Smith 



Douglas Stewart 



Seniors ui 



A Lasting Memory . . . 
An Unforgettable 
Memory . . . 
A Memory of HPC 



i 'an) Thomas 




i '(in) Teague 







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Limn I'cirn lr. 



Diane i odd 



1(11)1 1 \ i >NS 



Willie walker 



142 Seniors 



Finally, It All Comes Together 



Sherry Ward 



u seems like it took forever to get there, but they 
have finally completed theii four years of 
s< in " <i Aftei struggling to make sure they have 
ciii )ugh credits and U >ng hours of studying it is 
finally over < 'ongratulations Seniors! 




Rebecca Wiley 



Amy Willeit 



Barry Winen, Jr. 



Savors /4.'i 




/4-* Seniors 



CONGRATULATIONS 
CLASS OF 1989! 




A group of seniors gather for a farewell phoio. 



Seniors 145 



Joseph William Adams III 
7595 Lasater Road 
Clemmons. NC 27012 
Sociology 



Debra Elaine Amnion 
3017 Norlhwood Blvd. 
Orlando, FL 32803 
Christian Education 



Aaron H. Anderson 
214 Kinview Drive 
Archdale. NC 27263 
Business Administration 



Timothy Arnold At wood 
Route 3 BOX 445 
Thomasville, N<: 27360 
Math 



Joseph Kirk Baggelle 
Rd. #3. BOX 454 
Branchville, NJ 07826 
Pre Med 



Eileen Elizabeth Batihany 

2<> Amy l )rive 
Sayville, NY M782 
French 



Michael Neal Beck 
Route 2it Box 1 7'. 14 
Lexington. N<: 272<)2 
Political Science 



Dorinda Vvette Bennett 
Route I Box 42<t 
/in < mi. i. NC 28790 
Accounting 



Mark Nelson Bohn 
3762 Lakebriar Drive 
Boulder. ( :< ) 80302 
Home Furnishing Marketing 



Mark Leonard Boles 
Route 3 Box 184 
Hamptonviile. N< 27020 
Biology 



Jeriann Bongiovanni 
2(>28 1 1. Waynlck St. 



High Point. NC 27261 
Human Relations 



Robert Frederic Bowser 
132 Maplewood Avenue 
Thomasville, NC 27360 
Human Relations 



Wayne Douglas Brandon 
S404 Richenbacher 
Alexandria, VA 22304 
Business Administration 



(iarren Mark Brannon 
Route 3 Box 361 
East Bend. NC 27018 
Biology 



Timothy Roy Brown 
ROUie I Box 301 
East Bend. NC 27(>l,s 
Biology 



Mary Joan Bryan 
Route I Box 205 
Sparta, NC 28675 
Sociology 



Laura Elizabeth Carr 
505 Dor; ida Drive 

I llgll Point. NC 272(ill 
Home Furnishing Marketing 



Brett Alen Carter 
2303 Kroll < ouri 
I ligh Point, NC 27260 
Human Relations 



Roxanne Dorell Carter 
114 I lilltop Drive 

1 < in III I. VA 24088 

History 



Sara Glen Caruthers 
Route 2 Box 260 
Hillsborough, NC 2 72 7k 
Biology 



Kenneth Scott Clark 
307 Mayo Circle 
Pearisburg, VA 24134 
Political Science 




Kevin Walter Clark 
2632 Majestic Drive 
Wilmington. 1)1- l<)8lo 
Computer Information 
Systems 



Rebecca Claire Coe 
9310 Brass Hill Way 
Richmond. VA 23229 
Human Relations 



Carol Lynette Collins 
8 Lyons Drive 
Clemmons, NC 27012 
Math 



Sara Lally Collins 
II5()7 Farmland Drive 
ROCkVille, Ml) 20852 
Human Relations 



Martin Edward Cook 

t>7 Tampa Boulevard 
Arc lei 1. NC 2877(i 
Political Science 



Marie Yvonne Cross 
3405 Sharpe SI reel 
Clemmons, NC 27012 
Early Childhood Education 



Crystal Michele Curry 

2 Paddington Drive 
Lexington. NC 27202 
Early Childhood Education 



Linda Carol Davis 
835 Manderine Streei 
Merrill Island, FL 32953 
International Business 



Paul F. Deuschle 

2830NI-: 23rd Sireel 

Ft. Lauderdale. FL 33305 

Business Administration 



Amy Marie Englat 
85(H) Brook Rd. 
McLean. VA 22102 
Early Childhood Education 



Elaine Patricia Estelle 
50 1 lelme Avenue 

Miller Place, NY II7(»4 
Business Administration 



Michael Patrick Farley 
I812 Johnson Streei 
High Point, NC 27260 
Business Administration 



James Steven Fields 

1432 Bailey Circle- 
High Bonn. NC 27261 
Human Relations 



Beverly Paige Freeman 
Route 4 Box 534 
Thomasville, NC 27360 
Industrial Organization 
Psychology 



Philip Linville Fulp Jr. 

224 Balfour Drive 
High Point. NC 27263 
Business Administration 



Alex Brice Gardner 
5408 Fieldbrook Drive 
(ireensboro. NC 27405 
Business Administration 



mi ; 



Robert Gordy Garland II 

806 Ferndale Blvd. 
High Point. NC; 27260 
Business Administration 



Eric David Gallon 

40075 Southhampton 
Moorepark, CA 93< )2 1 
Business Administration 



Wendy Leigh Glass 
Route 1 Box 450- A 
Goode. VA 24556 
Business Administration 



Jeffrey Cooper Gore 

328 Dogwood Circle 
High Point. NC 27260 
Business Administration 



Philip Nathanael Gough 
6335 Holder Road 
Clemmons, nc 27012 
English 



William Tandy Grubbs 

2800 Brookhill Drive 
Winston-Salem, nc 27107 
Chemistry 



Jennifer Lyn Hayworth 

Route 2 Box 32 

High Point. NC 27260 

English 



Cherie Lynn Hedgecock 

5226 Abbotts Creek 
Kernersville, nc 27284 
Math 



Rodney Eugene Hill 

Route 9 Box 228 
Winston-Salem. NC 27107 
Accounting 



Stephanie Suzanne Hine 
5115 Curry Road 
Kernersville. NC 27284 
Accounting 



Shaun Patrick Hires 

2622 Evergreen Avenue 



Baltimore. Ml) 21214 
Business Administration 



Richard Hobson 

99 Quaker Lane 
Alexandria, VA 22304 
Political Science 



William Daniel llogue II 
790 Abby Terrace 
Deltona, FL 32725 
Physical Education 



Sharon Elizabeth Holland 
32D Aspen-Drive 
Greensboro, nc 27409 
Undecided 

Robert Douglas Holsten 

728 Fawn Road 
Newark, DE 19711 
Psychology 



Kate Bee Holt 

2958 B SI. Mark Road 
Winston-Salem, NC 27103 
Human Relations 



Sherri Elaine Hooker 
153 SE 26th Avenue 
Boynton Beach. FL 33435 
Early Childhood Education 



Joseph Warren Howard 
6O6O Bobbybrook Drive 
Clemmons. NC 27012 
History/Political Science 



Carrie Elizabeth Hubard 
18 Linda Terrace 
Randolph. NJ 07869 
GNT 



Mary Alisa Hubbard 

6515 33rd Slreel 
Palls Church. VA 22043 
Computer Information 
Systems 



Ronald Joe llutchins Jr. 

3()77 Marmion Street 
Winston-Salem, NC 27127 
Communications 



Deloris K. Jaeger 

415 Royal Oak Avenue 
High Point. NC 27260 
Accounting 



Linda Gayle Jarrett 

Route 20 Box 48() 
Lexington. NC 27292 
Early childhood Education 



Ronald Ellis Jarvis 
ROUte 2 Box 377 

Advance, nc 27006 

Biology 



Wesley Keith Johnson 

409 Coe Avenue 
High Point, NC 272(i:i 
English 



Lonnie Wayne Jones 
Route 3 

Hanwell, GA 30643 
Physical Education 



Jeffrey Wayne Joyce 
Route 9 Box 221 
Winston-Salem, NC 27107 
Computer Science 



Mara Elissa Klein 

<K)2 Lakeview Court 
Brevard, N< : 28712 
Human Relations 



Stanley Dale Lanier 

Drawer L 

Lexington. NC 27293 
Physical Education 



Sherry Frances Lawson 

Route 4 Box 608 
High Point. NC 27260 
English 



Russell Vaughn Lawter 

Box ;i84(i 

High Point, NC 272<i2 
Computer Information 
Systems 



Scott Dwayne Lax 
5 Eastwood Drive 
Taylor, SC 29687 
Physical Education 



Karen Christine Liese 

134 Millbrook Drive 
Brevard. NC 28712 
Business Administration 



Benjamin Forrest Lockey 
P.O. Box 37 
Aberdeen. NC 28315 



Teresa Dixon Loman 

Route 2 Box 371 A 

Thomasville. NC 27360 
Elementary Education 



Michael Paul Loprestc 
197 Playstead Road 
Medford, ma 02155 
Human Relations 



Linda Sue Lovely 
Brevard College 
Brevard, nc 28712 
Sociology 




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Alexander Mulouf III 
1317 Grand Boulevard 
Greenwood, MS 38930 
Home Furnishing Marketing 



10090 K(>ih Way North 
Largo, FL 34647 
< ;om muni ca lions 



Carlos Enrique Prado III 
P.O. Box 783 
Lexington, NC 2729 3 

ART 



Jurgcn Eduardo Satt 
Casilla, #28(> 
Bolivia 
Iniernaiional Business 



Sherry Stiles Mareeron 
625 Fieldale Place 
High Point, NC 27260 
Early Childhood Education 



David Lane Odom 
Jill Morns Road 
Charlottesville, VA 22903 
Physical Education 



Cheryl Parris Kehert 
Route 2 BOX 689-A 
Trinity, N<: 27370 
Early Childhood Education 



Sharon Denisc Scales 
7315 Plunketl Road 
Belews Creek, nc: 27009 
Accounting 



Charles Thomas Marr 
2906 Arnold Road 
Durham. NC 27707 
Business Administration 



Donna Marion Oman 
Route 12 Box 1254 
Lexington, nc 27202 
Early Childhood Education 



Ellen Miller Reese 
.5400 Glenmoor 1 )rive 
< :hevy < :hase, MD 20815 
Sociology 



David Kavanaugh Seidel 
720 Providence Rd. 
Towson, Mi) 21204 
Political Science 



Helena Rae Marshall 
448 Ralph Street 
Somerset, NJ 08873 
Sociology- 



Michael Paul Oser 
3104 Rockingham Rd 

High Point, NC 272(51 
History 



John Kim Richardson 
2243 Easi Pine St. 
Mount Airy, NC 27030 
Business Administration 



Penney M. Sellars 
1436 Duggins Drive 
Burlington, NC 27215 
Business Administration 



Joseph Neal Medlin 
km )2 Friar Tuck Rci. 
Johnson City, tn 3760I 
History/Political Science 



Barhara Jean Pearson 
KH)2 Fifth Street 
High Point. NC 272(>2 
Early Childhood Education 



William Roherson Jr. 
6415 Idols Road 
Clemmons, NC 27012 
Undecided 



Rohert John Shenigo 

Route I Box 1 1 6- A3 
Ml. Holly, NC 2H12() 
Business Administration 



Jean Kay Mercer 
3803 BlairwoodSt. 

High Point. NC 2 72UO 
Home Purnishing Marketing 



Charles McDanel Meter 
116 Sunset Road 
Belle Mead, NJ 08502 
Business Administration 



Timothy Birch Metiers 
Route 2o BOX 733 
Lexington, nc 27292 
Accounting 



Dawn Laura Miller 

339 Lake Shore Re I 
Lake Ronkonkoma. NY 

11719 
English 



Patricia Anne Mills 
Route 3 BOX 475 
Trinity, NC 27370 
Business Administration 



Stephanie Marie Mujat 



Laurel Beth Peterson 
(>iih Muirfield Drive 

Greensboro. NC 274K) 



Lewis Eugene Petree 
7372 King Road 
Tobaccoville. nc 27050 
Math 



Mary Krishna Pierce 

222 Crestvlew 1 )rive 
Thomasville, nc 273(50 
English 



Stephen Scott Pless 

348 Foresi Hill Road 
Wilkes! >oro, NC 28(597 
Human Relations 



Todd Allen Polen 
9039 Whispering Pine 
Manassas. VA 221 10 
Political Science 



Scott Norman Pollack 
6456 Glenallen Avenue 

Solon, OH 44139 
Business Administration 



Sandra Marie Rodgers 
7123 Strathmore St. 
Falls Church, VA 22042 
Political Science 



Sheila Jeanette Rodman 
i8<i Driftwood Lane 
Winston-Salem, nc 27104 
Political Science 



Rhonda Lou Salmons 

Route 4 Box 322 

Advance, nc: 27006 
Computer Information 
Systems 



Deborah Shillinglaw 
605 Raeford Avenue 
Lexington, NC 27292 
Computer Information 
Systems 



Donna Jean Shybunko 

5 1 iiiiu >|) c lourl 

Saint James. NT*' 11780 

Business Administration 



B. Mitchell Simpson 
3009D ingleside Dr. 

High Point. NC 272(51 
Biology 




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John Lee Simril 

1415 Chatham Drive- 
High Point. NC 2726U 
Sociology 



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Judy Elizabeth Stovall 

K7(> West ( >rangeSi. 
I 'ayellevillc. NC 28301 
Communications 



Janna Sue Voss 

4469 Tekoa Lane 
Winston-Salem. NC 27105 
Computer Information 
Systems 



Alpharetta, GA 30201 
English 



Christopher windlan 
227 Presiwlck Dr. 
High Point, NC 27260 
Physical Education 



Barry F. Witten Jr. 
5416 Richenbacher 
Alexandria, VA 22304 
Business Administration 



Chilon Siu 
5006 Wiley Park Dr. 
Greensboro, NC 27407 
Business Administration 



David Lauerence Struve 

98 Manchester Court 
Red Dank. N.I 07701 
History 



Willie Edward Walker 
2408 Barry Street 
Charlotte. NC 28205 
Physical Education 



David Lee Wood 
3212 Flanders court 
High Point, NC 27260 
Human Relations 



Charles Slicer 

40 Wisteria Drive 
Dayton. OH 45419 
Political Science 



Andrew Kelley Smith 
702 west Tantalon 
Fori Washington, md 20744 
Human Relations 



Sheila Ann Smith 

305 Village Drive 
Trinity, NC 27370 
Business Administration 



David William St. Clair 
484 Carolina Circle 

Winston-Salem. NC 27l()4 
Business Administration 



Douglas Stewart 

845 Woodcrest Drive 
Dover. I >P l<»!M)l 
Communications 



Tracy Stikeleather 

Route 2 Box 266 
Stony Point. NC 28678 
Early Childhood Education 



Wanda Dianne Stone 

Route 4 Box 615 
High Point. NC 27263 
Education 



Brett Emerson Taylor 
8314 Archwood Circle 

Tampa. PL 33615 



Mary Lisa Taylor 
P.O. Box 4286 
Archdale, NC 27263 
English 



Pamela Sue Teague 

Route 9 Box 3872 
Lexington. NC 272! »2 
Communications 



Pamela Jo Thomas 
4005 Braddock 

High Point. NC 2726U 
Home Furnishing Marketing 



Jane Louise Thompson 

3517 Donegal Drive 
Clemmons. NC 27012 
English 



Richard John Udouj Jr. 

2429 Cypress Ct. 
High Point, NC 27260 
Home Furnishing Marketing 



Joseph Robert Velado 
2302 Teguer Drive 
Jacksonville. FL 22210 
International Business 



Sherry Lynn Ward 
4230 Wlnfteld Drive 

Charlotte, NC 282()5 
Christian Education 



Eric Weiner 
4 Comet Road 
Seldon. ny H784 
Social Studies 



Shannon Lujuan Welch 
Route 4 Box 8lo 
Thomasville, NC 27360 
Home Furnishing Marketing 



Derek Alexander Weygandt 

4132 Allistair Road 
Winston-Salem. NC 27l()4 
International Business 



Rebecca Louise Wiley 

3()43 Woodsitle Avenue 
Baltimore. MD 21234 
Human Relations 



Amy Lynn willett 
3103 Woodview 

High Point. NC 27260 
Early Childhood Education 



Julie Lea Wilson 

911 Belmont Dr. 



Sophonia Geline Wood 

Route I Box 2()9 
LiK ama, NC 27851 
Spanish 



Gareth Boyd Worrell Jr. 

161 Apollo Circle 
Archdale. NC 27263 
Business Administration 



Karen Christine Wray 

Route IO Box 136() 
Lexington, NC 27292 
English 




14!) 



Continuing Adult Education Program 




Faricla I. Abbas 
Susan A. Abemethy 
Libba Laurice Acuff 
Doris L. Adams 
James S. Adams 
Susan G. A<iams 
Johnny Lee Adderlion 
Minnie Jacobs Aikens 
1Q W. Albl 

\izabeth h. Aldridge 
ichael D. Alexander 
L. Allen 

Allen 

ia Alston 
k Tlmoihy Andrews 

10 M. Angel 

uel G. Angell 

jh Annemroui 
Dehor all K. A>l iky 
HiSun Athan 
I'M Carolyn Atkins 
tmzalKlh Alauxjd 
ptta H. Atwood 
Kiathu l. Ayers 
stchurdL. Bailey 
wjprry Stei>hen Baldwin 
wBchael G. Balog 
Inundy J. Barber 
KBjjsterS. Barfield 
WSsa C. Barnard 
gAiry s. Bartholomew 
|S|i/(k?.S. Bartholomew 
Dvrene tubal Hates 
Wmchael R Baison 
atpnica Harrison Baits 
Reggie Lynn Bauguess 
David A Beauer 
Cynthiu K. Beeson 
Philip Behrens 
Charles M. Bell 
LOri C. Bennett 
Susan Ann Bennett 
Estie C. Bennington 
Frederick A. Benson 
Karen J. Benson 
Shannon D. Beniley 
Lisa S. Beasse 
Teresa D. Billings 
Leigh Anne Blackburn 
Patricia A. Blackburn 
Cynthia E. Blair 
Cynthia B. Blevlns 
Earl E. Blink. Jr. 
Richard D. Boese 
Jack Boles 

Sttaron Graves Bolton 
MicIhicI W, BOoOK 

ffresa Borgardts 
Donald Bay Bovenrfer 
Kathy Bouxten 
Robert Lee Bowclen 
Gary W Bowman 
.lames Franklin Boyd 
Geradi Murrell Bradley 
Robin VV. Hralley 
Mark K. Branson 
Steuen W n'rrnnn-. 
TJonald W Brewer 
Marlene F Brewer 
Panthea H Bales 
Sue Mohn Brooks 
Christine Brower 
David F Brown 
ultsubeth J. Brown 
Nadyne. b Brown 
Lisa Bullin 
Deantonie Burgess 
Brian P. Burley 
Jean Calhoun 
HonaldD. Callcnuay 
Frances D. Campbell 
Mark T Campbell 
Nanette Ham Canady 
Lynda M. Canzona 



Rene W. Carlton 
Stephanie < amwhael 
Connie P. Can 
Irene O. Caner 
William Michael Caneii 
Bomona Faith Carver 
Debbie Layell Caudle 
Deborah Chapman 
Kimberly Louise Chacon 
Edna s'chavis 
Barbara I tan cheek 
Sandi wall Cheek 
Beverly B. Choplin 
David F. Christian 
Robert F Chrisiian. Jr 
Christie Chunn 
Victor D. Clark 
Joey v Clewis 
Robbie Annette Clouc 
Barbara D. CocJ<rum 
Timothy Bruce Colen^ 
Angela C. Collins 
John C. Conklin. Jr 
Caroline E. Conner 
James Michael Connet 
Janet Gray Conrad 
Huwdtilt Conrad 
fiqj-illard ( 

VCK.i< ■ 

lam sH:i 



Manha Elliott 
Almettia C Ellison 
James W. Ellison. Jr. 
Steven L. Enloe 
Robin W. Epps 
William F Essick 
Kimberly D. Evans 
Susan C Evans 
Brenda F. Everhan 
Sonoma Michelle Fagan 
Elizabeth N. Faulk 
Karen A. Faulkner 
Charles Randall Faust 
Jaffee Renee Ferree 
Lawaivia Lynn Fitzgerald 
Julia Home Fleming 
Richard R. Fleming 
Lori M. Flinchum 
Sharon FljgJit^ 

>uiers 



Susan H. Haywonh 
Teresa L. Haywonh 
Dora Williams Head 
Pameiia Caudle Heath 
Carolyn Hedrick 
Louanne C Hedrick 
Michael J. Heer 
Rena Hege 
Bob Heilig 

Tanya Matthews Hendrix 
Wendy Herzberger 
Cybthia Dianne Hester 
Kim Hiatt 
Rebecca L. Hiatt 
Dannie H. Hicks 
Brenda E. Hill 
Clara L. Hill 
Lynn Marie Holcqmb 
Susan Whiilsu Hjtimb 
Dale o. iifjittojLf 
Luanda s!&k 
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R 

tiebra Lijrm Dion 
Thomas E Diasntis 
David Doby 
Daniel M. Dockery. Jr 
Shirley Donnell 
Kelly Jo L'onouan 
Buddy Doreeit 
Carol c Doss 
Karen Jane Doub 
Valerie Douthit 
Michael S. Draughii 
Janet L. Driver 
Dauld Dudley 
Tracy C Duke 
Darlcne Eads 
Ricky D. Eaton 
Anthony Gray Edwards 
Lynn B. Edwards 
Steven L. Edwards 
Micheal Eltren 
James K. Elliott 
Linda B. Elliott 



>e S. Griffin, Jr. 
Vanessa H. Griffith 
Theodora Lynn Grubb 
Tina Sue Gl 
Billie Deum&TTi merrez 
^rant/ta M. Gu'un 
Howard W. Hagler 
Chrystal D Hall 
Dawn M. Hall 
Clyde H. Hall. Jr 
Tina L. Hall 
Cynthia D. Hammett 
William E. Hammett 
Donna Frances Hammond 
Talena Mclamb Hancock 
Lynn Alford Hones 
Mark Hemes 
Tammi h. Hanes 
Lynette R. Harley 
Carole M. Harper 
Anthony Harris 
Dawn Kimberly Harris 
James R.Harris 
Scott Eugene Harris 
Tammie L. Hants 
Douglas D. Horrold 
Becky Wilson Hanless ■ 
Karen K. Harvell 
Lorraine Helen Haturyluk 



n. Jr. 
nson 
Rodney M. Johnson ^. 
Graham Johnston 
David Jones 
Undo Green Jones 
Rhonda Jones 
Anita Lynn Jordan 
Glenda F. Joyce 
Matthew Lee Joyner 
Wayne Douglas Kale 
Deborah L. Kecseti 
Janice L. Keller 
Linda H. Kenner 
Lisa Kimbrell 
Bobby F. Kimbrough. Jr. 
Joan M. Kimel 
Robin S. Kincaid 
Karen K. Kinney 
Steve Kirkman 
Daniel KJser 
Joyce Bulla Kivett 
Lisa R.^Kneppeli 
Sherrl Spin Knight 
Merlin C. Kreiser 
Haydert Wiley Lafon 
DlanneLamb 
Sliaron Lambeth 
Teresa B. Lance 



I5D CAEP 



sorman F. Lang. Jr. 

Marty Cuthbert Lanier 

Augustine J. Lanzo. Jr. 

Debbie D. Lassiier 

Kitnberly T Lauiz 

Caroline P. Lawson 

Mary Ann Leak 

Robert E. Lee 

Frances Reynolds Lenihan 

Cnartene Constance Leonard 

Ida L. Leonard 

Keuin B Leonard 

Jean Crouch Lewis 

Shirley A. Lewis 

Danette Christine Liberty 

Lloyd Linton 

Marylxih A Linton 

Faye A. Little *jj, 

John M. Livt 





. Marshall 



Nina L Meiring 
fc Louis Joseph Miasma 

JuhnN. Michelotni 

Valerie Dailey Micheiotti 

Janice D. Miller 

Mitchell Lanier Miller 

Sara L. Miller 
■-. Pasedia L. Mills 

Herschel Faye Mintz 
. Bob Lee Mitchell, n 

Ricky £. Money 

Laura W. Monroe 

Phil Moore 

Joni a Moreliead 

Glenda S. Morgan 

Kathy w. Morgan 

Richard William Morgan 

Brenda L. Moms 

Sandra Morris 

Constance whitmlre Morrison 

Jolin Moser 

Robin C. Mouzon 

Elizabeth h. Mulherin 

Vickie Jones MuJJer 

Atleen Munante 

Elizabeth R Murdock 

Billie Murray 

Edward H. Musseliahite 

Gloria Ftores Musselwhite 

Carrie Myers 

Donna Gay Myers 

Scott Allan Myers 

Kelly j. Nance 

Larry Ellison Nash 

William W. Neel 
. ■Patricia H. Nelson 

Richa/d Nelson 



Leanne B. Newsom 
Raymond a. Nifong 
Billy Norris 
Rebecca Lynn Norris 
Diane Margaret Nye 
Gwendolyn M. Oakley 
Gloria F. Oglesby 
Dennis Brian o'l lara 
Cynthia S. ONell 
Nathan Edward Osborne 
Steve Ouerby 
Beverly P. Page 
Curtis D. Parker 
Ellen K Parker 
Kim Renee Parker ^tZ 
Mary N Parks . ' 
Ruth C Parks 
Milton 1 1 Parra. in 
Donald Ray Pore 
Lynn F. Payne 
V ('<•<■ i xauff 
s ivnkar 
'lizabe.th Fay Peiuux 
Ji ihn Claude Pesentl 
Ryan Etyc. Peterson I | 

Carolyn E Phillips 
Given Sanders Phillif)S 
Jenni Phillips 
Timothy W. limps 
Wiley T. Pittman 
Trent R. Pllts 
Cheryl C. Plummer 
Cynthia Jennings Poff 
Beverly a. Paindexier 
Bunny Y. Powell 
Mvrlene Adctxk Pressley 
Carolyn C. Ptevette 
Sherrie Gwendolyn Pre.vcite 
Donna Stat Racer 
Cathy A. Rachia 
Margaret H. Rati* -.■ 
Angela Romas 



George C. Rendle 
Terri DenningsH 
Janice Bryson ^H 
Naomi W. Rich^ 
Pamela Ann Richardson 
Andrea Riddle 
Michael L. Riddle 
David J. Rledl 
Jaclyn D. Riley 
Randy D. Ripple 
Kenneth Lee Rlppy 
Joy Rilenour 
Joel Roach 
Susan E. Robertson 
Joan Doncsecz Robinson 
Katherine Ann Roels 
Ann Boyer Roof 
Michael Fredrick Rose 
Julie Roumillat 
Richard Klrby Rowland 
Geneva Rucker 
David L. Rudtger 
Curtis Dale Rueier 
Erin Marlene Ryce 
Ann-Marie Saadeh 
Shirley Sadler 
Gwen Sample 
Donna B. Sanders 
Kathy Hester Sapp 
Wanda D. Sautter 
Amick Thome Saunders 
Deborah C. Scalise 
Mark William scliipke 
Allyson P. Sclilagel 
Jeanne Pesso Schlottnian 
Dale Schmidlln 
Susan C. Schneider 
Greg C. Scott 
Barbara Jean Sellers 
Julie W, Sellers 





Wunitii i, scu.ii 
Wilma Cox Shackelford 
tames Shaw 

Russell Shaw 
Debora Warren Shelton 
Davit I M shernll 
Jackie Lynn She/rod 
Janet J. shill 
Brian M Shoaf 

Christina c. Shoo) 
Vicki C. Shoaf 
David Shoe 
George Arthur Slinuse 

Forrest Wayne Shu/ord 
Lu-Anne W. Shumate 
Tammu shumamP* 

' -•■ ■■"•"■• m"-"""-. 
William Simmons 
Mary L Sistrunk 
Derek Slzemore 
James A Single. Ill 
Virginia A, Slate 
Nancy Dianne Sloan 
David Keith Smith 

one D Smith 
Diane B. Smith 
Myro Smilli 
Robin H .'-..'Mil;; 
Yvonne Si i ill 
Alice L. Snead 
Mark F. Snow 
Richard Everett Snow 
David G. South' ■■ 
. Georgie Ann Southern 
Regina w. Soufhem 

Kei »i L- Spatnliour 

johnu Spaugh 
Robert a. Si « 
vol spera 
Riley c spoon 
Beatrice Springs 
Elizabeth Mane Spauh 
Daniels. Stanley 
Lana Suzanne Stanley 

i ■<**•■«> tc&ewni^ 

stcue Stewan 
Bryan Keith Stockdale 
.. Murk E. Stone 
Mary R Stone 
Rita A. Stratton 
C. Douglas Streeiman. Jr. 
Amy Strickland 
Clifton Sturdivant 
Marsha E. Sucharski 
Mary Eve Sullivan 
Howard D. Su'aim, Jr. 
Jeffery A. Sweeney 
Donna Marie Sykes 
Michael Harold Sykes 
Linda w. Talley 
irma M. Taylor 
James S. Taylor 
James A. Teasley 
Jill Annette Templeton 
Sharon D. Tesh 
TeThal 

Andy Benton Thomas 
Elizabeth Stout Thomas 
Gloria Loretta Thomas 
David Tobelman 
Daniel L. Tolbert 
David w. Tolliver 
Vivian L. Torreggiani 
Robe/i J. Totin. Jr. 
Carol Jean Triplet! 
Gene Allen Trippe 
Pamela W. Trivette 
Amy G. Troxell 
VondaJ. Tucker 
Benjamin Wayne Turner 
Sheila Dianne Turner 
Sherri Turner 




Shan in Widen 
Elaine ValdeZ 

Jeanne o. Vanhoy 
Carol Vomer 
Carta J. Venable 
Margie L. \ enable 
Beverly G. vestal 
Janice w. Vogler 
IraiyS Wight 
Ce< ciia uruhutn v..-.-, 
Johnny WtitUle.il 
Angela a. wade 

Dei hin, 1 1 II Wade 
Lisa Renee Wagoner 
Amanda Wood Walker 
Barbara Walker 
Brenda Sue walker 
Don Walker 

Jocelyn Elizabeth Walker 
S iiui'i i i, infill Walker 
WeSley G. walker 
Mary K. Wall 
Margaret Ward 
mi Warner 

Richard R warren. Jr. 
Louise Virginia Watkins 
Susan Watts 
Roseann Ann Weaver 
Charles /-:. Webb. Jr. 
Slierri Pernio: webti 
Randal L. weisz 

Belly Sue Welch 
Martha Diane WeSsell 
James W. Wheeler 
Jeff A. Whlsenant 
Anuria Dawn Whitaker 
Ruth A. Whitaker 
Jeanne T. White 
Melissa J. White 
ihivnl whitehead 
Luanne whueheatt 
John ((. whiteliurst . ji 
Gail M. whitlatch 
Rita P Whitley 
Donna B. Whitman 
Shemi Lynn Wliltman 
Patsy Miller Willurtl 
Darrell Williams 
Glennda weathers Williams 
Jennifer A. Williams 
Philip Kent Williams 
vera Friday Williams 
Lynn M. Williamson 
Stei'e E. Williamson 
George N. willlard 
Jolene. Willis 
Holly E Wilmoth 
Diane O. Wilson 
Tlwmas n Wilson 

Oivtlii King Wtmme'r 

ToniL Wold 

Ralph Evans Wolfe. It 

Stanley I. WixhI 
Judy J. Woodell 
Lorlah D. Woods 
Debbie A. Woolen 
Lisa Damn woolen 
Melinda L. Wooten 
Patti Ann Wright 
Janice R. Wurgley 
Graylln Jeffrey Yates 
Linda Holloway Yates 
Terri Yates 
Tony Jeffrey Yates 
Marlene Young 
Doris Jacobs Zaharias 
Martha Ziglar 





CAEP 151 



CAEP: 



The Continuing 
Adult Education 
Program, 
founded at High 
Point College in 
1978. enables 
adults to earn 
college credit 
while still 
working full time. 
The CAEP serves 
a large number 
of employees of 
The R.J. 
Reynolds 
company in 
Winston-Salem as 
well as serving 
those of several 
other 
organizations. 




Lynley Anders 

Kaihy Avers 
Randy Barber 
Lori Harries 
Sallie Bartholomew 



Reggie Bauguess 
Teresa Billings 

iu<h Bliii k 
Shan hi I '.i ilti hi 
Mic Ileal Boolh 




[52 CAEP 




Terri Borgardts 

( ,.ir\ I '.i iwin, in 
Sandy Bray 
Marlene Brewer 
I ',11 ill km Briles 



Kathleen Bryant 

Am\ Butler 
Jean Calhoun 
Frances Campbell 
Deborah Chapman 



Edna Chavis 
Joey Clewis 
Tim c:oleman 

Caroline Conner 
l-'reddine Crabtree 



Kk k ( rantord 
David ('.rose 
Brad Croiis 
Fern ( )ruise 
Vance Davis 



I'hil Dean 
Rodney Dickey 
Thomas Disantis 
Valerie Douthit 
David Dudley 



rraCA I Mike 

Lynn Edwards 
Martha Elliot 
Jeft Essie- 
Susan Evans 



CAEP 15.3 



Continuing Adult Education Program 



Here are some facts 
about the CAEP. The 
student ages range 
from 21 to6Q and the 
average age is 32. 
Over 90% of the CAEP 
students are employed 
full-time. The program 
enrolls over 450 
students. 




Michele Fagan 

Mary Hi/.^crakl 
Mary Frazier 
Gloria Freeman 

Michael l-'ricl 



Mark l-'ulp 
Aquilla Fulton 

Kimbcrly dales 
Dcncllc Grimsicad 
Kaiherme Gcortfion 




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CAEP: 

A Unique Educational Opportunity 




CAEP offers a variety 
of majors. They are: 
Accounting. Business 
Administration and 
Economics. 
Psychology. Computer 
Information Systems. 
Sociology. Industrial 
and Organizational 
Psychology, and Media 
Communications. 
Students can earn six 
semester hours per 
session or 12 in a 16 
week period. 




Tina (iulledge 
C.H. Hall, Jr. 

Anthony I lams 
Jeanne I laves 
Li hi. Mine llcdrick 



Dannie Hicks 
Charlene Hill 
David Hum 
Deloris Huntley 
Lynn Jennings 



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Madison Park: 

A Branch of High Point College 



The Madison Park campus 
was built in I9S7 to belter 
serve the students of the R.J. 
Reynolds and paeda 
(Piedmont Area Evening 
Degree Program). The 
Madison Park campus is 
located in Winston-Salem on 
Museum Drive. 



l-iiiciii Kenner 
James Kenningion 
Sandy Kisel 
Merlin Kreiser, Jr 
Kim Lauiz 



Sonya Long 

Mike Lovelace 
Daniela McCullough 

Dcloris McCullough 
Ku hard Mel H " ijjan 




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Cora Malloy 
Nina Meiririg 
John Michelotti 
Beverly Moore 
Lynn Montgomery 



Brencl Morris 
Billie Murray 
Donna Myers 
Terry Myers 
Llarry Nash 



R.J. Nifong 
Rebecca Norris 

Diane Nve 

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Danny Parrish 
Denica Plummer 
Donna Pruell 
Marilyn Reid 
TerriRhodes 



James Shaw 
I lei h ira Shelii in 
Brian Shoai 
Vicky Shoaf 
Caroline Simmons 



Vicki Slavdon 
D. Keith Smith 
Shelbia Smith 
Alice Snead 
David Southern 



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Rolx-rt Spears 
Barbara Starnes 

Rob Steele 

Patricia Stewart 
Elizabeth Thomas 



Gloria Timlic 
Margie venable 
Barbara Walker 
Louis Waikins 
Gilda Wans 



Susan Wans 
Kelly Widner 
Paisy Willard 
Ginger Williams 
Joel Williams 



Mary Williams 
Vera Williams 
Holly Wilmouth 
Gvw-n Wimmer 
Toni Woki 



Stanley Wood 
Janice Wurgley 
Debbie Von.ikor 
Angela Davis 
Tonya Henderson 



Roy Horion 
Courtnay Primm 

Man.' Smith 
Vivian Torre^iani 
Mary Wall 




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Dr. Troy Anders 
Ms. Carol Branard 



Miss Kim Cardwell 
Mrs Kathleen Cromwell 





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Ms Deborah Davis 



Ms. Toni Ethridge 
Miss Tamara Patton 







Mr. Mayon Idol 

Miss Leslie Stewart 





Mr. Williams Richardson 
Mr. Kenneth ( Irieh 



CAEP Faculty and 
Staff 



Dr. James Adams 
Economics 

Dr. Troy Anders 
Business Administration 

Mr. Gary Bowman 
Natural Science 

Dr. Earl Crow 
Philosophy/Religion 

Carol Branard 
Admissions Coordinator 

Kim Cardwell 
Coordinator. Madison 
Park 

Kay Cromwell 
Secretary. High Point 
Office 

Gail Curtis 

Coordinator of Student 
Affairs 

Mr. Richard Dull 
Business Administration 

Lori Dusenbury 
Admissions Advisor 

mrs. Guillermina Ellisondo 
Spanish 

Toni Ethridge 
Secretary. Madison Park 

Mr. James Farris 
English 

Mr. Gary Foster 
English 

Dr. Alan Goedeke 
Behauioral Science 

Mr. Stan Grady 
Computer Information 
Systems 

Mr. Mayon Idol 
Mathematics 

Mr. William King 
English 

Linda Kinney 
Business Administration 

Ms. Lea Lackey-Zackman 
Fine Arts 

Mrs. Carole Lipkin 
Mathematics 

Mr. Stephen Miller 
Business Administration 

Mr. Matthew Musson 
Computer Information 
Systems 

Martha Myers 
Computer Information 
Systems 

Ms. Tamara Patton 
French 

Mr. Roger Peamuin 
Psychology 

Dr. Ronald Ramke 
Sociology 



Karen Robeson 
Art 

Sterling Spainhour 
Business Administration 

Dennis Twiggs 
Psychology 

Ashley Whitfield 
History 

Ronald Uren 

Business Administration 

Dr. Troy Anders 
Business Administration 

James Broos 
Computer Information 
Systems 

Marty Cirulus 
Business Administration 

Douglas Clark 
English 

Bill Cloniger 

Business Administration 

Dr. Williams Cope 
Sociology 

J.S. Dunham 

Business Administration 

Hoyt Evans 

Business Administration 

Donna Frick 
Psychology 

Randy Fulk 
Psychology 

Martha Gleaton 
Computer information 
Systems 

Mr. Steve Jarrett 
English 

Ms. Pattie Key 
Fine Arts 

Mr. Vernon Liberty 
Mathematics 

Lillian Lyndrup 
Business Administration 

Mr. Philip McBrayer 
Business Administration 

Dr. Micheal Marshall 
Psychology 

Dr. Jean Myers 
Religion 

Dr. Kathleen Olson 
Spanish 

Mr. Joseph Rosenblum 
English 

Dr. Marcia Thompson 
French 

Dr. Fred Yeats 
Biology 



CAEP 159 



1988 Homecoming Court 




Karen Scott sponsored hy Zeta Tuu Alpha 

Sorority 

Escort: Bill Brewer 





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Christy Rockwell sponsored hy the Zenith 
Escort: Lynn Terry 




Kristi Pierce sponsored hy Student Union 
Escort: Horry Witten 
Second Runner-up 



KaO ileei ) \ (i iddspons< >red hy Tlieta Chi Fraternity 

list t'ii ( hris /'.<>. kenhauer 

First liunner-up 




Stacie McFlroy sponsored hy inter -Fraternity 

Council 

Escort: I kind Sands 



Jackie Barlowe sponsored hy the Junior 

Class 

Escort: Tun liosehrock 



Stai n th'petc sponsored )»/ Alpha Gamma 

Delta 

Escort. Carlton Stallings 



IGO Homecoming 




Crowning of the 1988 
Homecoming Queen 



The IOHH Homecoming Dance u<as liekl ai 
Top of the Mart this near < in ,\'< ruembet 5. The 
Student l 'nion sponsored the dance and also 
provided music of "( 'hairman of the Hoard " In 
addition to tlie students currently at High Point 



College, there were many Alumni and faculty 
enjoying themseli vs out on the dance floor It 
was truly a unique event as most of the 
students, faculty, and alumni come together 
for one night of excitement and entertainment 




1988 

Homecoming Queen 
Wendy Glass 
Sponsored by S.G.A. 
Escort: William 
Thomasson 



Karen Scon, sponsored hy Zetu Tau 
Alpha, stands with liarbara Stickles 
of Lexington. NC. Mrs. Stickles was 
the li)3H Homecoming Queen at 
HPC at which her husband. Dudley, 
was her escort. 



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Daniel demonstrates his special ability to fly. 



Milliard and a very disheartened Alice. 



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Grand Finale to a great show a lot of hard ux irk 




Live Entertainment At HPC 



Nothing to do? Arc you 
longing for something 

different? Resident Life may 
have jusl the answer. High 
Point College brings in 
various acts from all over 
the country to provide 
entertainment for the 
student population here on 
campus. From the 
comedians to the 
magicians to the singers 
and speakers the college 
offers a wide variety of acts 
to give students a 



welcomed break from 
studying. 

The events are very well 
publicized by the Student 
Union in conjunction with 
the office of Student Life. At 
least once a week you may 
consult one of the many 
promotions posted in the 
cafeteria, on the back of 
doors, in the library, etc. If 
you are too preoccupied to 
notice the posters, you can 
always count on being well 
informed from the flyers in 



your campus mail box. 
These events do not go 
unnoticed. 
This year High Point 
College was very lucky to 
bring some big name acts 
to the campus. Those acts 
include The Romantics. 
Chairman of the Board, Sid 
Bernstein — just to name a 
few. Next year HPC looks 
forward to more big name 
acts and lots of great live 
entertainment! 




Above: Singer, songwriter, and 
keyboardist. Kick Kelly gave an 
emotionally charged and audience 
involved performance in the library 
courtyard during the fall semester 

Above Right: Comedian Henry 
Cho. "The Tennessee Korean." had 
everyone in the limply Space 
Theatei d< nil >led i >vci with 
laughter. Cho has appeared on 
television shows such as "I IB( >'s 
Comic Relief and "Showtime s 
Funniest Person Competition ' 
Right: Acoustic guitarist I'eppino 
DAgosiino. of Messina. Italy, 
performed pieces from his recent 
LP "Acoustic Spirit" in Haywonh 
Chapel last fall. Peppino featured 
Italian pop and classical styles. 

166 Entertainment 






Singer and songwriter Gene Cotton 

performed on August 2. r » at Dalion 
Court (New Dorm patio) Cotton is 
best known for his pop hits "Betore 
My Heart Kinds Out" and "Let Your 
Love Flow" which were big on the 
charts ten years ago. 

Student Union sponsored "The Romantics" in concert on Sunday. Nov- 
ember 20. in the Memorial Auditorium. 



High Point College - 

Student Union Presents 

THE ROMANTICS 

Sunday, November 20, 1988 
Memorial Auditorium, 8:00 PM 

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The Romantics, originally from Detroit. Michigan, are best known lor their 
Top 40 hits "What I Like About You' and "When You're Talking In Y< >ur Slet \ > ' 

Sid Bernstein is The Man Who 
Brought Lis The Beatles." In 1964. he 
brought over four young boys from 
Liverpool, England, who are better 
known as "The Beatles." A year later 
he booked them at Shea Stadium 
and from there ihey have made en- 
ormous music history! 

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JEROME NATHAN , ; 
LYNN MARIE ADAMS 
ELEANORCARY ALBRUj 
JAMES A I SI INjttLE>l 
AHMAD ALHADDJ 
DANIEL WADE AL"W1T 
GRnGORY ROBER T AMf >RI 
KELLIE AMTOWER 
AMY MARIE ANDRI :WS 
ERNEST J. ANTONEUJ, 111 
PATRICK WAYNE ANTRIM 
ALBERT ARRIGON1 
GEOFFREY ARWOOD 
ROBERT ANTI IONY BAIAD 
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ROBERT VARNON BAIN. JR. 
JASON M#tTHt 
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LISA KAREN BAKER 
RALPH DAVID BARBER 
CHAD EDWIN BARKER 
DEBRA LYNN BARNES 
ANNE- LAWRENCE BARRETT 
MICI IAEL BARRINGER 
TARA LYN BARTH 
MARK BARTHi H-( >MEY 
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BRYAN CHARLES BAXTER 
AMY DENISE BEAU : 
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ASHLEY MICHELLE BEAN 
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KATI IERINE LYNN BERES 
ROBERT SCOTT BERNARD 
CHERYL LYNN BERRIER 
EMMA LOUISE BERRIER 
DAVID BRIAN BESSEY 
RODNEY JOHN BILLER 
ROBERT BILLINGSLEY 
LINDA ANNE BILZ 
BARBARA ANN BLAKE 
LESLIE DIANE BLAKELY 
BRIAN LEE BLANKENSHIP 
CAROL LYN BLASKO 
DAWN RACHETTE BOLTON 
CHRISTINE LEE BOND 
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JAMES DARRYL BOONE 
MATTHEW DENNIS B'OOTHjr<* 
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wendy denell holmes 
kristyn holsworti i 
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blake justin horsley 
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PATRICE ELLEN PROKOP 
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JAMES THOMAS SMITI I. II 
SYD W™)ELL SMITI I. Ill 
JAMES GLENPkSNYDER^ 
JILL HEATHER S^BOT^ 
DAVID J#lN SOENS 
JOSE MANUEL 
RONALD PAUL^OTAKJ 
STEPI IANIE SPANGLER 
MICHAEL SPARROW 
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KRISTIN SI 'ENCER 
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TERESA S TANSBURY 
GEORGE PAUL STAPPAS 
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ALESA CI IERYL STEWART 
CHRISTOPHER STOLTZ 
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RICHARD ZEITVOGEL 
MICHAEL ANTHONY ZIB 

MERRIOETH ANN ZIESSE 
I lEATJ IER ZIMMERMAN 
VICTOR ZUCZEK, JR 

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■UEAPPERSON 
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NINA JO AUSTIN 
KELLY MARIE BABt-R 
ROBERT BALBBNA, JR. 
■ i' 'MAS MARK BALES 
i iRliANDO LUIS BARRIOS, JR. 
CAROL BATTEN 
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ART1 1UR A. BLAJCHER, III 
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JAMES BOYLESJi 
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RHONDA KAY BROWN 
LARRY EUGENE BROWN, JR. 
MOLLY ANNE BUSHONG 
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MARION chambers. IV 
ALLISON CHAPMAN 
KLI J_Y LEIGH CHAPMAN 
I J.sLlfeANNE CIPOLLA 
Tl IOMAS CLAGETT, IV 
MAK.N1 BETH COHEN 
PATRICK KEVIN COLE 
1)1 -ANA MARIE COLL: 
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ANTHONY CORBINO 
ANDREW CORNELL 
AMANDA CAROL CRAFT 
CAROLINE NORA CRONIN 
WHITNEY CHERI CROUCH 
IGELA .CYAN DAILEY 
GELIA IjfcfiH DANCY 







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MICHELLE MARIE DEAN 

PAMELA JOANN DEAN 

STACY LEIGH DEPEW 

TINA DENISE DILORENZO 

JAMES DOUGLAS 

GREGORY ALAN VH 

JEROME DAVID DREW 

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CHARLES BADAL GARDT-i 

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JULIE KATHRYN GUNJ 

JENNIFER HAMILL 

MARKLR. HAMMAf 

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DENISE ANN HOLMAN 

RANCIS HOMIAK 

ANN BRIDGE HORSKY 

ROBERT HOSKINS, III 

COREY JASON HOWATT 




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JOSEPH WISTAR HUEY. IV 
KATHRYN HUGHES 
M1TCHELLE HU TCHINGS 
KEVIN LUIS 1LAKRAZA 
THOMAS INGRAM 
SARA WARE JANASKE 
RONNIE DALE JEWELL. JR 
WILLIAM BLAINE JIRON 
WAYNE ERIC JOI IANNESSEN 
BRYAN KEITH JOHNSON 
KRISTIN JONES 
DOROTI IY MAI' DORf ) AN 
LESLIE ANN JOYNER 
TIMOTHY JOSEPH KANNAR 
KRISTA DANIELLE KEHN 
BRIAN rODDKINDEL 
ANNA LEE KIN UGH 
DAVID KITCHEN 
THOMAS EDWARD KLEEAN 
TIMOTI IY SCO IT KOI INS 
JARASOONTORN, KORPA 
BRADTYLER KRANTZ 
ELLEN MARIE LACHIN 
ELLEN AMELIA LAROQUE 
KATHRYN ANNI-: I.AYSON 
SHEILA LINDSAY 
LEIGH ANN LINK 
ANDREW MANEFTfelS 
PETEFfLISSY^ . 
iRL>. LITTLE 
Jfc4*0CKHART 
DOUGLAS LOCKWOOD 
KIMBEHLY RENEE LONG 
SAMUEL COY LOWREY, II 
SHARON DENISE MABE 
PASI MATTI MAKINEN 
KIM IRWIN MARSH AI.L 
GILBERT M. MAXWELL 
KIMBERLY DAWN' MCCI.ARY 
M n in WELBERT MCCOY 
STACIE A. MCELROY 
JENNIFER MCGU1REROBB 
LYNDA WILEY MCHENRY 
KENNETH KIRK MCKAY. IV 
KERRY NOELE MCKNIGHT 
THOMAS JOHN MCQUADE 
TERESA DAWN MELTON 
KRISTIN MERRIFIELD 
MICHAEL MESSINEO 
MAXINE YVONNE MONROE 
DEBRA MARIE MONTE 
CHARLES MOORERELl 
JEFFREY ALAN MORG 
SUZANNE RENE MORLANl 
TKACEYLBE MORRIS 
ANNEMARIL MOSCA 
SUSAN VOSS MOSHER 
KATHLEEN RALSTON MUDD 
KEVIN SHANE NEAL 
JEFFREY .ALLEN NEALEY 
ROXANNE NIFONG 
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MICHELLE LYNN OAKLEY 
PAMELA SUE OBENCHAIN 
ELIZABETH DOONNELL 
MA OUNPI IACHANH 
WILBUR EDWIN PACE 
KATHY MILLS PARIS 
THOMAS PARKER 
STEPHEN EMORY PATTOj 
JAMES JOHN PERRONE 
COLLEEN MARIE PERRY 
CAREY MARIE PETERSC ) 
STEPHEN ERIK PETERS! 
PATRICK PETRILLO 
MARYBETH PHILLIPS 
STEPHEN PIAZZA 
KRISTA LOUISE PIERCY 
ANDREW P1ERSON 
KAREN LYNN PITTS 
DALE WAYNE PORTER 
LEIGH ANN PRICE 
LEENA AMAL QUBEIN 
ANDRES QUESADA 
AILEEN BETH RADINSKY 
BIAINE JOSEPH RAFF1-: 
FRANK RANGOUSSIS 
JOSEPH RANUCCI 
( ;i IRISTIAN THOMAS REED 
ANGELA KAY REEKES *.,< ] 
LAURA FRANCES REID 
JOHNNY EARL RHODES. JR. 
TIMOTHY RUSSELL RICE 
KIMBERLY ANN RICHARDS 
LAURIE RICHBURG 
ANDREW CHARLES RITCI HE 
SUZANNE MARIC ROCHELEAU 
CHRISTINE ROCKWELL 
SUZANNE GAIL ROSS 
JONATHAN GARRY ROY 
VERONICA RUTHE ROYER 
MITCHELE SANTAS1ERE 
GEORGE MOHAMA SATT 
STACEY ANN SCHERER 
STACEY ANN SCHOBER 
MICHELLE SEIFERT 
SANDRA LYNN SELANDER 
EDWIN BURTON SEVERS 
R. ANDREW SHELDRICK 
AMYSHELTONM 
KATHER1NE SHEPPARD 
JAMES OWEN SHURLING. JR 
MELISSA ANNE SHUSKEY 
TAMMY MICHELLE SIMON 
PAUL ALLEN SIMPSON 
AMELIA BETH SLAVIN 
JOHN EDWIN SMITH 
MICHEIXE LYNN SMITH 
STEPHEN KENNETH SMITH 
DAVID SNELUNG 
JOSEPH JAMES SPELLMAN 
SILAS MITCHELL STEELE 
ROGER CRAIG S IEINKAMP 



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RONDA LEONA STEWART 
ANGELA FAYE STOKES 
CATHERINE STYERS 
C.ANDY GAY SWING 
MELISSA LEE SWITZER 
GREG A. TABAK 
KATRINA ADELE THIES 
CECIL WARD THOMAS. Ill 
MARY THOMPSON 
WALTER THORBURN. Ill 
JEFFREY ALAN THORNTON 
AARON RAYCLARK TOOLEY 
LISA KAYE TOTTEN 
JOSEPH GREGORY TURNER 
DEBORAH UNDERWOOD 
MICHAEL CARL URIAN 
MARK JOSEPH VANBLUNK 
SEAN ALLEN VARNER 
STEPHEN DOUGLAS WALL 
LAURA MEG WATERS 
ALLISON LEIGH WEBB 
EMILY BETH WHITLEY 
SCOTT WILLIAMS 
JEAN WILLIAMSON 
KIMBERLEY WILLIAMSON 
AMY ANN WITTY ^B 
BRADLEY EDWARD. WRIGHT 
ANISSA LyNNE Y.A I 
DWAYNE CEOLA Y( H 
WENDY B. YOUNTS 
JOHN HUMBERT ZIMMEfl 






SOUHA A ABBOL'D 
GLENDA ABEI-<NA THY 
LAURA SUE ADAMS 
PAIGE ALVAREZ 
JAY IRA AMERNICK 
VICKY ANDERSEN 
ANITA LEIGH ANDREWS 
WILLIAM BAKER, JR. 
JACQUELINE BARLOWE 
ELLE& SNEED BARR 
COURTNEY BARRY 
SABRINA ANN BARTS 
TJ ARK ALBERT BATEMAN 
JANICE CURRY BECK 
DENISE LYNN BICKLEY 
ROBERT JOSEPH 8ISTLE 
EDWARD'BRENT Bl AIR 
PHILLIP BRUCE BLVKE 
CHRISTIAN B0CKE:NHAUER 
MICHAEL BOLDEN 
BRADNA DELL BOWERS 
RALPH HOWARD BOWJylAN 
MURIEL LOUISE BRADY 
ANDREW DOWNUM BREHM 
WILLI/AM BREWER 
JAMES MULDOWNEY BURKE 5 , 



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CAROLINE BURNS 

ORGE BYERS 
lANET RENEE BYRD 
FRANCIS JOSEPH CASLIN 
SHARON KAY CIHAK 
TERRY LEE COLLINS 
CATHERINE CARMEN COOlC, 
CELYN ERICA COOVEPl 
JAMES COX 
JOSEPH (X ^'LI- 
MELISSA JO CROWDER 
TERRY L. CRUTHIS 
DAVID OLIVER DANLEY | 
USA MARIE DEAN 
JONATHAN DODGE 
TAMMY CANDACE DORSETT 
MARY BETH DOWNS 
MICHELLE SUZANNAC DURFEE 
JERRI LYNN EDWARDS 
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DAVID EISENHOWEll; 
THAN ERIC EVERETT 
NETH EVERHART 
YSON KIRK l-ITZ 
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[ENDOLYN ANN FREEMAN 
LORRAINE FREESE 
C. FRENCH. Ill 
CARLEEN GADD 

OSBOLK GALLIMORE 
KLEY GARBER 
iANA MICHELLE GARNER 
llANE FRANCES GERR1SH 
\nk;e WELLS GILL 

ANN' GLADDING 
^j\TRIGIA GODOY 
Si IANOA LYNN GORl X )N 
(SHELLY LYNN GORDON 
II i FREY ALLEN GRIZZEL 
GINGER ALLISON GRU8B 
JENNIFER ASHLEY GRUBB 
|T RICHARD GUYER 
[NIFER HAMBRICK 
ilN< >TQN 
KAY HARRISON 
^lANE HARRISS 
_|A SUE HARTMAN 
■■' GINALYNN HENDRIX 
e-HERNDON 

ELIZABETH HILL 
\YNN HOBSON . /fit 

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Al 'LI (ODOR 
^-CHEG HOOKER 
NIL HOOKER 
CHARLES HOOVER 
HOPKINS 

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HEATHER MERLYN HUGHES 
KRISTIE HUNEYCUTT 
BRIAN LLOYD JACOBS 
SABINA K. JASINSKI 
KELLY LEIGH JENKINS 
DANA RENEE JOHNSON 
JOHN DANIEL JOLLY 
C. THOMAS JOSEPH 
RICHARD KAPPUS 
MEGAN' ANN KAUFFMAN 
WILLIAM JOSEPH KEARNS 
DONALD ALLAN KEIM 
MELANIE LYN KELLY 
TODD KESTER 
LAVELLE REMON KINNEY 
JILL LYNN KREISS 
KEVIN LARRl KUESTER 
EL1ZABETI I SAWYERS EAVIB 
MICHAEL DAVID LANCASTER 
APRIL DAPHNE LANG 
JEFFREY HAL LAWRENCE 
LAURA ANNETTE LAWSON 
GERALD LEACH 

AMY LYNETTEDWS LEATHERMAN 
KIMBE%Vy LEONHARDY 
AMY STUART LETTS 
DAWN LEIGH LINKY 
BAIRD MANION LITTLE 
BROOKS FORMYDUVAC LOCKFA 
JOHN PERCY i -I N.N 
. THOMAS LINWOOD MABE 
1 WII J JAM VANLOOS MALLETT 
CYNTHIA MARZANO 
MOIXY JEAN MCCAIN 
WALLACE MCGl-Al 'HL1N 
ANN LOUISE MCGRAIL 
TRACY LYNETTE MOVER 
PATRICIA KAY MEDLIN 
PAULA SUE MELLINGER 
THOMAS ARTHUR MICKENS 
ERIC DEAN MOLGAARD 
REGINA NATTALIE MOZINGO 
RANDY JEROME NORRIS 
PAMEU-A OCONfJOR 
MICHELLE OKERLIN 
PATRICIA OSBORNE 
CYNTHIA ANN OVERCASH 
HIMANSHU DHANSS PANWALA 
MELANIE ANN PARKINSON 
KIMBERLY PAYNE 
CAMIIXE PEARCE 
ANGELA PEDDYCOF<D 
LAURA LEA PEOPLES 
JUDITH ELLEN PERRY 
GEORGE CARTER PETREE 
JOSEPH LASZLO PINTER 
SUSAN MILAN POOI I 
COURTNAY LEIGH PRIMM 
JEFF QUINTAVELL 
WILLIAM M. RAY 
JULIE DEANN READLING 





DAVID LEE REDD 
SHARON DENISE RINGGOLD 
LISA ROBERTSON 
MARY BOWEN ROGAN 
TIMOTHY ROSEBROCK 
BARBARA ANN ROSS 
DAVID SANDS 
Ml( :HELLE SAUNDERS 
KAREN ELLEN SCHMITZ 
KATHERINE SCHNEIDER 
SHERYL LIN SCOTT 
DAVID MINEAR SHAFFER 
JAMES SHARKEY 
KAYE MCDONALD SHAVER 
MYRON CARL SHEA 
THERESA LOUISE SHEA 
SANDRA LYNNE SHORE 
REBECCA LYNN SLOAN 
TIMOTHY ANDREW SLOAN 
STEPHANIE LEIGH SLOOP 
KATHERINE JILL SNYDER 
JEFFREY CARL SPARKS 
PHILLIP WARREN SPIVEY 
JENNIFER JOYCE STACK 
CARLTON STAU INGS 
PAUL ALLEN STERLING' ' 
THOMAS C ST( HJT 
MICHAEL STRASBgRG 
DAVID STUBBLEFIELD. JR. 
JEFFREY TAYLOR % 
JULIE LYNN TAYLOR 
JOSEPH BRADLEY TEAGUE 
BRUCE HENRY TERJANIAN 
LYNN FREDERICK TERRY 
WILLIAM THOMASSON 
TRACI THROCKMOR T< )N 
FRANCES I MANE TODD 
SCOTT RUSSELL TURNER 
JIMENAANA APARIC VARGAS 
KIRSTIN WACHS 
KEITH VAN WALKER 
LYNN FRANCES WEIGAND 
KAREN RUTH WELCH 
JONATHAN STEWART WEST 
JENNIFER MARIE WIELER 
KRISTI WILMOTH 
KIMBERLY ANNE WILSON 
WILLIAM GRAHAM WILSON 
TYRON WAYNE WORSHAM 
BARBARA WRIGHT .. 
RHONDA WRIGHT 
DONALD RAY YARBROUGH 
JOSEPH F. ZEMAN 
DEBORAH MOSS ZER1NGUE 
ALDA KHALIL ZUMOT 
CARLA KHALIL ZUMOT 






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High Point College Patrons 



Mr. and Mrs. Carl C. Aley 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald C. Alwine 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Austin 

'Mr. and Mrs. Thomas G. Barth 

'Mr. Sam T. Beale 

Mr. and Mrs. Harold D. Bickley. Jr. 

Mrs. Geralyn A. Bistle 

Mrs. Nancy D. Black 

Mr. Joseph L. Bateman 

'Mr. and Mrs. Bruce A. Boger 

Mr. Wilson R. Bounds 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Carter 

Mr. Roger Blackburn 

Mr. James C. Clark 

Mr. and Mrs. William H. Claywell 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Clanton. Jr. 

"Mr. and Mrs. John M. Crane. Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Hunt Dauis. Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. James C. Dailey 

'Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Elliot 

Mrs. Mary Facella 

'Mr. and Mrs. J. Edward Floumoy 

Mrs. JoAnn Fort 

Mr. and Mrs. George D. Gates. Ill 

'Mr. and Mrs. Frederick William Gempp\ 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Gore 

Mr. and Mrs. Lee C. Graver 

Mrs. Barbara B. Gray 

'Mr. Otis Harris 

'Mr. and Mrs. William F. Harris 

'Mr. and Mrs. Wade F. Hubbard 

'Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Jodon 

I Mrs. William J. Kiele 
'Mr. Constantine G Koste 
Mr. and Mrs. Karl H. Lack 
■ Mr. and Mrs. James s. Leatherman 



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'Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Lockwood 
Mr. and Mrs. Gaetano Lopreste 
Mr. and Mrs. Kevin B. McCracken 
'Mr. Willis L. McGloughlin 
•Mr. and Mrs. J. Edward Monroe 
Dr. Elaine Montgomery 
Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. Moron 

ir. and Mrs. Richard F. Morgan 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard P. Monon 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mudd 
Mrs. Valerie M. Mujat 
' 'Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Oakford 
Mr. and Mrs. James ODonnell. HI 
Mt and Mrs. Roger K. Owens 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Peterson 
md Mrs. John C. Pierce 
'Ferguson E. Peters 
■ and Mrs. Gary Ragsdell 
H and Mrs. Robert F. Rigani 
Mr and Mrs. Charles R. Ritchie 
■Mr. and Mrs. Brian Robertson 
'/UtrsMeisy Rogan 

Mrs. Susan J. Seidel 
^ft. jund Mrs. HA. Shaffer, h 
HRr. find Mrs. Robert G. Shore 
■ll^ and Mrs. Walter Sidoruk 
'Mr. afld Mrs. Alexander A. Silva. Jr. 
'Mrs. Laird Smith. Jr 





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Advertisements 175 




The seasons have changed 
quickly. The time slipped 
through our hands before we could 
grasp it with a tighter fist. The past 
year is all a blur now for we have 
focused our visions on tomorrow. 
There is no time to go back — we 
are always moving forward. 



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As (mother year </t / Ugh Point College abruptly comes 10 a close, 
let us Kike a few moments to remember some of the high-lights of 
this past year. Think hack to the first clay of classes — does it seem the 
same now as it did then? Most likely it doesn't. We have grown. We 
aren't the same people we were then. In this year we have explored 
new ideas, new goals, and new aspects of who we are. In ourselves, 
we have witnessed an Explosion! 



Epilogue 177 




Community 

Located in the middle of the eastern 
seaboard, about 90 miles west of the Blue 
Ridge Mountains and 200 miles east of 
North and South Carolina beaches lies the 
"Triad". Triad is simply a term used to 
describe three sister cities of Piedmont 
North Carolina: Greensboro. High Point 
and Winston-Salem. 

Approximately seventeen miles from 
. Greensboro and Winston-Salem lies High 
Point, the smallest of the sister cities with 
37.8 square miles. Besides High Point 
College, this city is also the home of the 
Southern Furniture Market, held each April 
and October. During these "markets" as 
they are so often referred, approximately 
30% of High Point dolTege students are 
employed by area businesses including 
restaurants, hotels and local exhibitors. In 
1988. over six million square feet of 
exhibition space, located in the High Point 
area, served as showrooms for over J 600 
participating manufacturers. 



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It was also reported during 1988 that 
125 manufacturing plants were located in 
High Point, including 15 of the largest 
factories in the world. In this year alone 
over 60% of the nation's entire furniture 
production was crafted 
within a 2(X) mile radius of 
High Point. 

Along with being known 
as the furniture capital of 
the world. High Point is 
also known as the hosiery capital of the 
world, serving in 1988 as home for 
fourteen major manufacturers. It was 
estimated that 80.000 dozen pairs of 
socks, hose and children's wear was 
produced everyday. Besides furniture and, 
hosiery there are several other industria, 
giants located in High Point such as J ^m 
"apparels, chemicals, movie productions, 
school buses, studio photography, truck 
assembly and luxury yachts prouing that 
North Carolina and specifically High Point 
has and will continue to be dedicated to 
"continued economic growth through a 
diversified industrial base." 







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Our home for 4 
years 



Just as I Ugh P< tint < 'ollege 
played a large role in the life < >/ 
the community, the community 
played a large role in the ///<' i >/ 
High Point College students. As 
records indicate, nan a) the 1208 
students enrolledfor thefall 
semester were from out-of-state. 




This number makes up an 
estimated 12.5% q) the total 
community population 

These numbers themselves 
prove that besides 1 Ugh Point 

Collate there must have heeit 

something inside the community 
enticing the students to stay. 
was it the North Carolina 
Shakespeare Festival? Was 

it the llenredon /./'<;. \ 
Classic, or us it is now 
known, the Planter's Pat 
Bradley international held at 
the si ( 7 »( ' U ilk >u ' 1 '.reek 
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Major events 
of '88 



Some events that have affected us in the past year were the 
presidential campaign, the < Olympics, Hurricane Gilbert, the PTL 
scandal, and the growing tear Of AIDS. 

Hie two presidential candiilates for the '88 election were George Bush 
and Micheal i >ukakis. The two were very opposite in their views, as was 
illustrated in the debate at wake Forest I niversity <>/i September 25. 
some issues thai were addressed at the debate were abortion, capital 
punishment, ami drug abuse. 

The J4th Summer < )lympiad was held in Seoul. South Korea. The U.S. 
did well in swimming, diving, track, andboxing. The U.S. finished with 
i H met k ils mat put us tl Urt t ii i Hi \ebt ■/ in u I the St n 'let i i \h n i 132 medals, 
and Hast Germany, with 102 medals, it teas the first time ever that the 
( '.s. finished lower than second place. 

Hurricane Gilbert teas presumed to he the ivorst hurricane of this 
century, it took its biggest toll on Jamaica by almost leveling the entire 
island. It also did considerable damage to parts of 

southern Texas and the Gulf of Mexico. 
T.v. Evangelists have been in thenews. They 

have more or less given a had name to religion. 
The media caught up with all the scandal and corruption and the 
evangelists had a difficult time truing to cover their Shady trttcks. Many of 
them have left their "ministry to reconcile the things they have done. 

The AIDS scare continues to yroiv as more people are Ijeing victimized 
by it. It is being spread through blood transfusions, contaminated 
intravenous drug needles, and contaminated sexual partners. It cant be 
stopped hat it can be prevented. 



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What A Beautiful 
Day For A Picnic . 



A picture-perfect sky. good 
food, good friends, the 
warmth <>) the sunshine, and live 
entertainment, could only add up 
n> one thing — a student/faculty 
picnic. The cafeteria provided the 
subs and all the fixings. The 
Student Union provided the live 
entertainment. And the students 
and faculty turned it into one 
great afternoon. 




Fads and Fashions of 

the 

1980's 

in the eighties we saw the return of many fads from the sixties, we 
I hivc seen people wearing everything from tie dues to plaids. The classic 
high top converse also made a come back in every color imaginable. 
This generation look a Utile from all the past decades. 




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This decade has been coined the 
"Age of the Yuppie." The Yuppies 
have popularized expensive foreign 
cars, exotic vacations, creative 
"preppy" dressing, and have 
created a lust for success. 

Jean jackets were another hot 
fashion item in this decade. People 
wore them for casual dressing or 
to advertise a collection of buttons. 
Also we saw the return of mini 
skirts. As the eighties progressed 
we saw the skirts getting shorter. 

"Anything goes" was the word 
for fashion in this decade. Nothing 
was too radical or too flashy for 
this generation. 



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New Places, 
New Faces 



Everyone remembers their first 
(kai of I Ugh Point Long lines, 
new roommates, a completely 
different world, how would you 
ever survive the whole year? it was 
hard enough just getting through 

the first day. .last when you've lost 
all hope in surviving the separation 
from mom and (kid. along comes 
a friendly I ll'C orientation leader. 
Remember them? They helped you 
carry your things to your room, 
they were your "Big Brothers" or 
"Big Sisters", and most importantly 
they were a familiar face in a sea oj 
strangers. We have all come a long 
way from that first day and we 
have all survived the loneliness that 
comes Lcith it. 




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Fall Orientation '88 




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A block cap. A black gown. The 
big dag lias finally arrived, the dag 
of Graduation! As the Seniors step 
onto the stage to receive their 
diplomas they take the final step 
away from the carefree dags of 
youth and are suddenly cast into 
adulthood. Since their first dag at 
HPC. theg have been working hard 
at their dreams. As the president 
hands them their diplomas, theg 
take pride in themselves for the 
hard work it took them to make the 
dream come true. 





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a new one begins 

What have we lost 
what will we gain 

What is the power 
where is the source 

Neverending 
always searcl ring 

Never knowing 
always learning 

Never ceasing 
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Christy Rockwell 
X(J Editor 



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