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2003 Battlefield 

Mary Washington Colleoe 

1301 College Avenue 
Fredericksburg, VA 22401 





2003 (BattCefielK 



"l^fie onCy way to discover the timits of the possiSCe is to go 

hey oncT them into the impossihfe. " ~ J^rthur Chi^h^ 

"ChaCknges are what mah^ [ife interesting; overcoming them is 

what ma^s fife meaningfuC ~ Joshua Marine 

""We must get heyoncf tej(t6oo^, go out into the hypaths ancf 

untrocfcfen cfepths of the wihferness ancf travef ancf ejq? Core ancf 

teffthe worfcfthe gfories of our journey. " - John JCope Tranh^in 




Opening 



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Over 




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Contents 



Opening 



Student Life 16 

Over and (Beyond ^ast ^Experiences 



Jlcademics 



52 



Over and (Beyond (Possibdities 
for KjiowCedge 



Seniors 



80 



Over and (Beyond Tour Years 



(peopfe 



114 



Over and (Beyond (Personaf Qrowtfi 



Sports 168 

Over and (Beyond Towarcf 'Victory 




Over 



Organizations 



216 



Over ancT (Beyon{f ^Ej(tra J^ctivities 



Ending 



256 



Over and (Beyond future 
J^spirations 

^Advertisements 260 

Over and beyond Encouragement 



Incfejd 



276 



CoCopHon 



296 




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Incfividuals went over and beyond 
their previous ^otvCedge as they 
entered a new andej(citing 
environment. JLs they advanced 
their education, they emhar^d on a 
journey of seff discovery. Learning 
how to be independent and 
responsibCe proved chaCfenging as 
individuals prepared for life beyond 
the cottege gates. T^hrough 
overwheCming schedules fuCC of 
campus events and rigorous , 

coursewor^ students strived \ 

toward their future aspirations. As 
individuals matured over the four 
years of cottege, they encountered \ 
new struggles that taught them j 
vatuabte [ife Cessons. 9few 
experiences aCCowed them to go over 
and beyond their goals and obtain 
academic, athletic, extracurricular 
and personal success. 



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Individuals went Beyond tfieir personaC experiences to 
eJcpCore their interests with other members of the campus 
community. JA.th[etic ventures provided an avenue for 
sports enthusiasts to form unique bonds. Tans crowded 
together to demonstrate their schoof spirit and cheer for 
their favorite games. J^thCetes benefited from the unity 
and motivation that teamwor^promoted Learning the 
vatue of hard worh^and commitment, athtetes set high 




Opening 




goaCsfor tHemseCves and their 
feCCow teammates. Overfy cfecficatecf 
team members spent hours together 
preparing for their upcoming 
seasons, practicing before games and 
celebrating wett-deserved victories, 
I'he bonds that pCayers formed went 
beyond the season, as they created 
everCasting friendships and [if e Cong 



memories. 




In order to make tHe most out of their coCCege ej^erience, groups 
became invotvedwith the campus, l^hrough ej^tracurricuCar activities, 
cCuS members organizecf ancf attended a variety of events. (Participants 
added dances, Cuaus, coo^uts, games, spea^rs and traditionaC events 
to their overcrowded scheduCes to go Seyond their everyday routines. 
^ducationaC Cectures and day Cong fairs informed students about other 
cuftures and different discipCines. SociaC occasions aCCowed friends to 
spend reCa^ng evenings together. OveraCC, campus activities enriched 
attendees' sense of connection to the cottege community. 




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Campus events provided needed excitement and entertainment, But 
overCy dedicated organizations desired to go Seyondthe college 
community and become involved in a variety of causes. Community 
service organizations such as ^taract and COjA^managed programs 
with area groups. J^ctive volunteers wor^dwith groups including 
children, animals, the elderly and the mentally handicapped. As the 
Vnited States sent troops to Iraq, politically active organizations and 
individuals sponsored informational sessions and rallies. Students 
wor^ng with the 'Multicultural Center encouraged the public to 



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Become invoCvecCin tHeir annuaf 
fair. Students in academic 
cfiscipCines went Seyoncf tHeir 
department xvaCls to demonstrate 
tHeir know [edge andtatent to 
community members. Jirtists 
displayed tHeir wor^at tHe 
^dderHof Martin JLrt QaCCery. 
^searchers presented their wor^at 
professionaC conferences. Qoing 
beyond the cottege environment to 
exchange with the pub fie prepared 
students for their future. 








T'He s^fis individuals gainecf 
as memSers of groups, tHe 
cofCege community andtHe 
outside worCd He fped students 
ma^ acHievements Seyond 
tHeir expectations. THe 
^owfedge tHey gained from 
coCfege He Cped to prepare tHem 
for t Heir futures. Individuals 
Became Sotfi Ceaders and active 
community memSers. THey 
increased tHeir understanding 
oftHeircHosenfieCds and of 
tHemseCves. OverafC tHey 
formed nevu aspirations and 
made plans to oStain tHeir 
amSitions. (^oing over and 
Seyond previous possiSifities 
Cet individuals gain tHe most 
out of tHeir cofCege ejqjerience 
andCearn tHat tHey possessed 
great potentiaC. 




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Student Life 



Over and (Beyond (Past "ETmeriences 



College life involved more than classes, tests and assignments. Going beyond the classroom and one's previous 
experiences allowed individuals to grow and learn about themselves. Remembering the overwhelming grief 
surrounding September 1 1 strengthened the college community. The Multicultural Fair and speakers on diversity 
enriched the minds of participants ^"""^^^^^^^^^ ^^ ^^^^ ^"empted to 

cross over cultural boundaries. ^^~ ^^^^S^-^^m^ \ Performances ranging 

from Shakespeare to student /■ .^^fm^^^B V'J^^^ acted and directed plays 

went beyond prior theatrical feats. I ,^^^^^^^^^/ F^l Events such as Friday 

Nite Dry, Rocktoberfest and ^^^^^^^K /^^ W / M Winter Carnival provided 
an opportunity for overworked ^^^B ftx^ students to relax. 

Campus meal options forced students to push their taste buds beyond the limit and try new foods. The 
traditions of Spirit Week, Junior Ring Week, Devil Goat Day and the Spring Formal presented friends with the 
chance to create lasting memories. Graduation went beyond the expectations of new alumnae as they used 
their knowledge from college to plan the rest of their lives. Overall, campus life let indiviudals discover new 
experiences beyond their wildest imagination. 



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Overwhelmed with MWC spirt. Homecom- 
ing participants show their school pride. Annual 
traditions during Homecoming week urged stu- 
dents to go beyond their dorms to become in- 
\ol\ed in campus activities. Events included a 
bonfire, a parade and a cookout. 

Using all of her talent. Jazz Ensemble singer 
Danah VanReuth goes beyond the audience's 
expectations by presenting a dynamic perfor- 
mance. Experiences beyond the classroom ex- 
posed students to new environments in which 
they could showcase their abilities and interests. 



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At noon on Sept 11th, students and fac- 
ulty joined hands for a moment of silence 



The culmination of events that occurred in the morning hours 
of September 1 1"' forever changed the hearts and minds of an entire 
nation. On that tragic Tuesday morning, students and 
faculty members spread the inconceivable news that 
terrorist attacks had claimed the lives of thousands of 
innocent Americans on American soil, destroying parts 
of the World Trade Center and the Pentagon. Those 
who quickly found the closest television watched the 
towers of the World Trade Center completely crumble 
and witnessed footage of people jumping from 
windows of the massive buildings. The tragedy ignited 
a strong mixture of emotions within everyone and 
students would forever remember the exact moment 
they heard the news. Disbelief and silence set in over 
the campus. Overwhelmed students gathered for 
prayer at noon, joining hands and holding each other 
in Ball Circle. Four hours later, hundreds of students 
and faculty members gathered in silence in Dodd 
Auditorium, once more praying for the lives lost and a 
nation still overcome with horror That same night, 
more than a thousand students, faculty and 
community members held a candlelight \ igil in Ball 
Circle. 

"United We Stand" became the theme for the 
entire nation and students, gatherings of students 
encouraged peace and various organizations across 
campus gave to charities supporting the September 
1 1"" recovery efforts. United efforts drew students 
together and helped them heal, as they attempted to 
make sense of the life-altering event. New levels of 
patriotism characterized the college community and 
produced the strength necessary to move on. Life 
slowly returned to normal, but with a more cautious 
and wary approach to the unfamiliar The scars ran 
deep, and students knew a part of their lives had 
changed forever. 




Nate Me.vers lights hi.s candle during the candlelight vigil. 
Many student.s showed their respect b> lighting a candle. 



18 Student Life 



'resident Anderson comes out to share a moment 
lilence with MWC students. At this time MWC 
)ecame a close community. 



These girls hold hands in support of each other. The 
moment of silence provided a time for students to come 
together and share in rememhering. 




" Words cannot describe the 
effects that 9- 1 1 had on Americans 
everywhere. Mary Washington 
successfiilly brought the community 
together to remember this horrible 
tragedy. This is an event that we will 
always remember because it hit so close 
to home". 

- Asha Merzazada 




Ryan (ieih and Belh Schminke consok ijih othir. 
Last year's events deeply affected the lives of many 
students and faculty. 

At noon students line up across campus 
walk for a moment of silence. All took time 
to rememher those lives lost and alTected. 



Remembrance 



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Patiently sitting around, volunteers wait 
for their turn to bat. Softball and baseball 
players participated in the derby to raise 
money. 



Watching the day's activities, volunteers 
raffle off prizes for money. All money 
raised by the Pre-med club went to fund 
research for breast cancer. 





Cheering each other on, friends enjoy 
themselves at the Home Run Derby. 
Home Run Derby provided an 
entertaining way to raise money for the 
Softball team. 



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20 Student Life 




Donating iheir time, student 
volunteers help make a difference. 
Al this booth, participants tried their 
hands at makmg recycled paper. 



"Save the breasts." That funny phrase 
painted on the rock drew both attention 
and students to the breast cancer fair. 
Once at the fair, students gained 
important information pertaining to the 
disease. 




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MWC students go out of their way to help the 
community and fellow students 



Here at Mary 
Washington, not a day went by 
when students did not help out 
their fellow peers, the 
community or people all o\er 
the world in need. These 
students constantly used their 
lime and talents to better the 
world in which we live. On 
Make a Difference Day, 
participants mentored and 
appreciated children from the 
community. Students led 
fundraisers such as the Home 
Run Derby and the Breast 
Cancer Fair, proceeds of which 
went to help out charities and 
the fight against breast cancer. 
No matter how many volunteer 
activities MWC students 



participated in or organizations that they 
raised resources for, the giving spirit of 
these students made a true and genuine 
impact on the world around us. 



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CO.AR activists create banners to recruit 

new volunteers. 

"It was a wonderful experience getting 

to work with children in the 

community," Lauren Eigel said. 



Face painting at make a difference 
opportunity to have their favorite 
painted on their face. 



lay. Kids lined up for the 
cartoon characters 



Campus Events 



Who needs alcohol when you have pie? Eating pie with 
no hands made it more challenging for these sober 
students. 



While System Sound Trio plays, they ser\'e as 
entertainment for students. Live bands proved popular 
at outdoor events. 




Girls covered in whipped creme compete for the same 
spot. Playing Twister always proved interesting, but 
became better with the addition of whipped cream. 



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Art^lternative look at fun! 



A beautiful day spread over Ball Circle. Students came 
out to mud wrestle, play Twister with whipped cream, and 
take shots of v arious substances such as oil and clam 
juice. Just another r\ pica! day in Ball Circle? Onl\ in a 
perfect world, but no. Frida\ Nite Dr\ made its debut as an 
e\ ent sponsored this year for the first time by the Office of 
Student Activities and the Association of Residence Halls. 
Frida\ Nite Dp. promoted sobriet\ on campus by showing 
students other wa\s to have fun on a Friday. Residence 
Halls set up tables with craz> activities, and when students 
participated they received raffle tickets to win numerous 
prizes such as DVD players and CD burners. New Hall took 
a spin on drinking, daring students to take shots of lemon 
juice, w hich earned the drinker three tickets. For those 
needing a greater challenge, halls handed out a brown, 
chunky concoction that smelled like fish to any takers. The 
daredevil earned ten tickets for a successfiil swallow. 
Halls hoped that drinking their mixtures would deter 
students fi-om fiiture drinking binges. Friday Nite Dry 
becaine a huge success among students, as they enjoyed 
crazy times, amazing prizes and memorable experiences. 
What more could they ask for fi"om a Frida\' night? 



Woodstock revisited'!' No. just another student playing in the mud. 
Attendees aot dov\n and din\ in a literal sense for Frida\ Nite Dr>. 



Friday Nite Dryl 23 



Lars Holmstroni and Nate (Valentine) 
entenain the crowd with their musical 
talent. Students showcased abilities in 
playing instruments as well as in 
singing and songwriting throughout the 
competition. 



David Thornton. Adam Tash and 
Parker Mitchell play their set at the 
Battle ol the Bands competition. 
Each band displayed a different 
sound and message through their 
musical performances. 





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s Provide Campus Entertainment. 




Andrew McAffee, Micheal Shepard and 
Ryan (Student) battle it out at the Battle 
of the Bands competition. Along with a 

variety of bands, they entertained the 
crowd that niaht. 



Students overloaiJed the 
Underground this year to suppt)it 
their fellow students us their 
bands performed and competed 
at the annual Battle of the Bands 
competition and Talent Show. 

The competitions provided 
student bands with the 
oppoilLinity to display their 
talents in front of their 
classmates, while competing for 
the title of Best Band on Campus. 

The many talented musicians 
provided plenty of entertainment 
for their equally energetic and 
devoted fans. 




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Bryan Fryzel Deejay's at die annual 
Battle of the Bands conipetiton. The 
competiton provided students with the 
opportunity to showcase their many 
musical talents. 




-'e students show their guitar sldlls at 
Talent Show. Many talented 
nsirumentalists peiformed at the show. 

A female student shows her dual talents 
while singing and playing her guitar. 
Students often showed their multiple 
:al talents while performing. 




Two male students perform at the talent 
show. Many bands came out to perform 
for their fans as well as to compete 
aeainst the other talent. 



Idle Dickerson and Mike .Newbold 
>play their talents at the Undergorund 
lent Show. The Talent Show provided 
idents with the opportunity to practice 
rforming new sets as well as perfecting 
: old ones. 



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Speakers come to educate and entertain 
the masses, opening up new worlds of 
opportunity! 



Dodd Auditorium began to fill with students in 
anticipation of the upcoming perfoimance. Each new 
speaker aroused our senses, provoked thought or sinipl_\ 
entertained. They came from everywhere; world traveled, 
highly educated and full of enthusiasm. Lewis Black put 
us on the edge of our seats; sometimes we did not know 
whether to laugh or to be severely offended. He 
encouraged us to not take life too seriously; there is too 
much in it to laugh about. 

.John Albertine, CEO and Chairman of .Albertine 
Enterprises, spoke to students as part of the E\ecutive-in- 
Residence program. This section of the speaker series 
helped to provide students with the opportunity to 
interact with leaders of the corporate world. The program 
also helped to enhance students' knowledge and served 
as a catalyst by which students could interact with 
business leaders. 

Many speakers visited Mary Washington as part 
of the Cultural Awareness Series. Speakers educated 
students on their own experiences growing up as part of a 
minorit\. Speakers attempted to open students" minds to 
diversity, including race, languages, religion, age and 
cultural diversities and to recognize the barriers that 
others face in striving to be successftil. Not onh did 
speakers address cultural issues, but also differences 
between men and women, and how different genders can 
better communicate. They hoped to encourage 
communication among all individuals. 

Each new speaker enabled the student body to 
view a current or past situation with better understanding 
and increased appreciation. 



26 Student Life 




Professionally leaning against a podiiim, Seerelar> of Education in 
Virginia, Belle Wheelan, shares her experiences with MWC students. 
As the first African-American president of a public institution of 
higher education in Virginia, Wheelan pro\ided inspriation to many 
individuals listening to her speak. 



Rhoda E. Howard-Hassmann serves as the James 
Farmer Visiting Professor in Human Rights. She taught 
a class called "Human Rights and Retrospeclive 
Justice." 



Looking intently at his audience. Comedian Lewis 
Black from Comedy Central's Daily Show shares 
his comedic talents. He offered comic relief from 
daily stresses faced on campus. 




■'Fm very happy that Giant 
Productions was able to get Lewis 
Black to come to MWC. He's one of 
the funniest and most intelligent 
comedians out there today. Everyone 
who saw him had a great time. I got to 
spend several hours with him while he 
was here, and he's a really nice guy and 
his "act' is how he is in real life." 
-Rob Brown 




While .speaking to a packed auditorium. Author Deborah 
Tannen shares her knowledge on communication 
between men and women. Tannen emphasized one of 
the goals of the Cultural Awareness Series, encouraging 
communication. 

While meeting students. E.\ecutive in Residence John 
Albertine shakes hands with John Koblinsky. The 
Executive-in-Residence Program provided students 
with the opportunity to interact with established 
leaders in the corporate uorld. 



Speakers 27 



Sludenls enjoy conversation at the 
bonfire. The bonfire allowed students to 
gel to know each other better. 

Spirited students show off their float. 
Residence Halls, clubs and organizations 
made llixits for the Homecoming parade. 




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Robin Epperson shows her spirit at the 
homecoming soccer game. Devout fans 
painted themselves and led the crowd in 
chants to enthusiasm for their favorite 
team. 




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Hungry students pile their plates 
high at the homecoming BBQ. 
The mention of free food always 
drew a larse crowd. 




Spirited friends enjoy team sports. 
Aftei^ards. students headed to the 
Carbon Leaf concert. 



These "ladies'" strut their stuff at the Lip 
Sync contest. Pertormers competed to 
win cash prizes. 




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Emerging enthusiasm for tine Eagles 



It began slowly with 
posters, an outside barbeque 
and a volleyball contest. 
School spirit swept the 
campus, and emerged on 
Friday when hundreds of 
students attended the many 
sporting events. They 
painted themselves blue and 
w hite, waved their pom-poms 
high and crazily cheered for 
the Eagles. 

On Thursday night, 
a bonfire raged in honor of 
fall sports. Driving down 
Collge Avenue on Friday 
afternoon many crazy floats, 
or merely beat-up cars, 
decorated and sponsored by 
various organizations lined 
the street. The week 
culminated w ith a concert by 
Carbon Leaf on the Rugby 
field. 




Sing your heart out baby! Students sang 

their best trying to beat other 

contestants at the Lip Sync contest. 

"My favorite part of Homecoming week 

was the 51 Russell Hall residents singing 

'We Didn't Start the Fire' at Lip Sync," 

Lindsav Moorehcad said. 



Here a student loves the mascot, and the 
mascot loves the student. The mascot 
provided school spirit to devoted fans at 
sporting events. Eagle love for all! 



Homecoming | ^9 



It's LutiPJl Tiiw ej 

Every day students head over to 
Seacobeck or the Nest for food and fun 



Whether grabbing pizza at the Nest five minutes 
before class began or hunting relentlessly for a piece of 
decent fruit in Seacobeck. Mary Washington students 
constantly made use of their meal plans. Highlights of the 
school's food included the munchies at Late Nite and 
chocolate crepes for brunch. On-campus food, though 
often complained about, served as an essential part of 
Mary Washington experience. Where would the student 
body be without overpriced snacks and the absence of red 
meat from every meal? What would happen if there 
suddenly appeared an array of fresh vegetables and fruits 
and enough grilled cheese sandwiches for everyone who 
craved them? Who would believe that Seacobeck could 
still exsist without the beloved Sandwich Lady and the 
nicest employees you've ever been greeted by? How 
could one survive in a world absent of scrumptious 
waffles, long lines and gossip over a steamy veggie 
burger? And finally, life could not go on if the entire 
student body did not smell of the "Seaco smell" twenty- 
four hours a day. 



30 Student Life 




Handing her ID card to an Eagle's Nest employee, a student pays 
her meal. The Nest offered busy students a quick way to grab a bii 
to eat between classes. 



Smiling as she works. Seaco cashier Vem swipes Valerie 
v'illegas" card. Vem loved tallcing to students who went 
hrough her hne. 



Taking pendoic breaks from their meals, students 
converse in .Seaco's dmer. Students enjoyed the newly 
remodeled Rose room. 




While perfecting their acting skills. 
Shannon Stoldt. Russell Evans, Barbara 
Howlin, Michael Quadrozzi and Emilie 
Kulis perfonn a scene from "Blithe Spirit." 
The play had many special effects, including 
props nioviiiL! h\ IhcniscUes. 



Taking a strong hold on their ears, 
Katherine Stephens, the religious 
townswoman. disciplines Brandon 
Redden and Curry Flautt, the 
mischievous children. The children 
added a comic element to "The 
Diviners." 




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Plays performed by talented MWC students 
drew In droves of people to Dupont in 
search of entertainment 



Candlelight Vigil 
Against Hate 



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Posters such as this, appearing all over 
campus, advertise the vigil against hate. 

A popular slogan on campus worn on 

buttons and seen on posters included the 

phrase, "Hate is not a MWC value." 



Able to doininate the 
stage with a httle less than a few 
chairs, the MWC Theatre Depart- 
ment shined with its emerging tal- 
ent. The group e.xperiinented with 
many genres of theatre, and bril- 
liantly rose to the challenge. The 
audience showed serious contem- 
plation and many laughs in re- 
sponse to "The Diviners," a tale of 
a boy overcoming his fear of water. 
Uproarious laughter could be heard 
from outside the theatre when 
ghosts governed the stage in 
"Blithe Spirit." In contrast, during 
"The Laramie Project," student ac- 
tors inade the audience cry in frus- 
tration and pain at the hatred har- 
bored by so iTiany in this world. 




Dressed as an angel, Barbara How lin plays 
a character in the Laramie Project who 
stands up to hate silently though 
powerfully. In the play, the actors 
depicted actual events such as reenacting 
the surrounding of protesters at Matthew- 
Shepherd's funeral by community 
members clad in large angel wings. 



32 Student Life 




Tori Miller comforts Buddy Layman as 
Zack Baber and Michael Plummer look 
on in "The Diviners." In the play 
Buddy could divine the presence of 
water. 

Worried for his well-being, Ruth confronts 
Charles played by Russell Evans about his 
drinking in "Blithe Spirit." Emelie Kulis. who 
portrayed Ruth, had the hard task of pretending 
not to see the ghost Elvira, played by senior 
Shannon Stoldt. 



[dressing the audience, Nathan 
jueroa becomes one of the many 
aens of the town of Laramie. All of 
; actors in the Laramie Project had 
play numerous different roles as they 
ealed the reactions of the small town 
response to a local hate crime. 




Holding signs to convey their message 
instead of words, silent protestors stand 
outside of Dupont. Students protested the 
hate of members of Westboro Baptist 
Church who protested "The Laramie 
Project" on campus. 



Plays 



Laying on their bacl< and practicing a well tested 
technique, a student makes a snow angel Snow provided 
the opportunity to bring a little hit of heaven to earth. 



Cavorting around campus, students played in the seldoi 
seen, yet well welcomed foot of snow accumulated 
during an overactive winter. Class free days allowed 
students to act vounii again. 



"The blizzard gave me lots of time off 
from classes to catch up on love-making 
and movie watching." 

-Emest Thompson 



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Standing on top of a snowbank, junior Maria Salazar gains 
a better view of the snow covered campus. Snowbanks like 
this one existed in numerous places on campus duo to 
diligent cleanup efforts. 

Posing next to their creation, students wear a smile ol 
accomplishment after their goals of building a perfect 
snowman came off without a hitch. This snowman 
reflected the joy that students felt from a class-free, 
snow-filled day. 



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The snow blizzards allowed students to 

become kids again and have a snowy 

good time! 



The magic of a snowfall created such things 
as the wondrous eyes of a college student lit up by the 
fall of the first crystal flake, or the joy that seemed to 
mn-aculously radiate throughout campus once the 
college cancelled classes. For one brief day, when 
worries had been swept away, the campus went out to 
play. 

As the soft powder of snow fell from the sky, 
and the campus suddenly began buzzing with a flurry 
of activity. "Will it stick or is it just a tease?" seemed to 
be asked to and by everyone aftlliated with the college. 
Suddenly, the whole student body began compulsively 
dialing extension 2424 in order to find out if the college 
cancelled classes for the next day. 

Once students confimred the rumors, they 
realized that their work could wait for yet another day. 
Hundreds bundled up in layers of clothing and headed 
out for winter fun. Snowball fights, frisbee games, and 
snowmen and snow-angels suddenly emerged all over 
campus. Sledders used Seaco trays and trash bags to 
zoom down snowy hills. After exhausting themselves, 
students retreated to their dorms for hot chocolate or to 
Seacobeck for a plate of warm food. 

If callers heard the administration's message 
stating "the inclement weather is not affecting Mary 
Washington at this time," then smdents united in 
anger and frustration. They suddenly had one hour in 
the morning before class to cram for their midtenns. 
Commuters battled out the snow with their cars, many 
losing the fight. The snowfall brought three days of no 
classes, and many feet of snow that made the campus 
beautiful. 



Playfully threatening each other with frozen tlstfulls of snow and 
ice. .Amy Jesse and Cathenne Stewart engage In a snowball fight. 
Numerous snowballs flew during MWC's first snow day of the year. 



Snow Days | 35 



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My friends and I love to 
take midnight runs to Wawa for 
cheese sandwiches or to grab a 
coffee at Hyperion — not to mention 
attend all the big parties on campus, 
like Halloween or Mardi Gras. 

-Nicole Portegies-Zwart 





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Nothing makes my heart happier than to go and sit 
and relax at the Jepson fountain. No matter how chaotic my 
day is, it is always nice to find a few moments of peace as the 
running water drowns out all the other noise around me, and I 
can just exist in that moment. It really recharges me for 
what's to come. 

-Abbie Duke 





"Mary Washington provides a 

flin and friendly atmosphere for us 

to grow, both as students and as 

individuals." 



-Suzanne Gallagher 




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Enjoying the beauty of Franee, Hannah Chowning, Sarah 
Jackson and Harriotte Heinzen tour a beautiful castle. The 
friends spent their break visiting the historical sites of 
France and experiencing another culture. 



Enjoying a much needed break, Lauren Possanza, 
Jennifer Nisoff and Christine Price visit each other's 
homes. Students found entertainment over break 
without traveling to faraway places. 




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Visiting the Mayan pyramids in Belize, Robin 
Epperson enjoys a class trip oser break. The 
Tropical Ecology class traveled out of the 
country to engage in learning and fun. 



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Trying a new experience. Justin Gaines, Aslia Merzazada and Alissa Wunder spend 

Ryan Scales, Amy Hawthorne and Ashley an afternoon relaxing in Hilton Head, South 

Racine attend an oxygen bar in Savannah, Carolina. Many students chose to travel 

Georgia. Oxygen bars began as a trend in to warm and sunny beaches for spring break 

the west, and later became popular all over, to leave the cold Virainia weather behind. 




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While on .Alternative Spring Break, ChriMuKi 
Swell. Paul Griggs, Mandy Ransone and OsuMi 
Airhiavbere help bulid a roof. They became 
part of fifteen smdents who went to Columbus, 
Georgia, to build houses with Habitat for 
Humanitv. 



Whether going home with friends, or traveling 
to another country, spring break became the 
ultimate way to forget about classes 

.After the initial hectic weei^s of school, 
students welcomed spring break. 
■Adventurous students spent their break 
perfonning e.xciting activities such as 
building houses for Habitat for 
Humanity or sight-seeing in Europe. 
Some students took advantage of wann 
w eather and spent a hassle-free week at 
the beach. Other students attended 
school sponsored trips such as the 
Ecology department's trip to Belize. 
Students also attended concerts, "it 
was worth the S400 dollars just to see 
.Ion Bon Jovi's ass in tight pants. 
Nothing beats hearing 'Living on a 
Prayer' live and singing along with 5.001) 
other people," junior Amanda Christoph 
said. Other breakers decided to spend 
time at home with their friends and 
family. Regardless of hov\' one passed 

the time, spring break prevailed as a time while relaxing on the beach 
for rela.\ation and rejuvenation for all. 
The week flew by for most students, but 
students used their e.\tremely short 
week in the best way possible to lift 
their spirits and prepare them for the 
final si.\ weeks of axuelinsj work. 




Enjoying the breeze in Savannah, Georgia, 
Patrick Casino takes a break from his books. 
Casino attempted to study his chemistry notes 



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Juniors trick each other, receive rings, 
and attend activities just for them in honor 
of having made it this far 

Egg shells plastered campus walk. Random splats 
of paint and flour covered the grass. Three guys found 
themselves bonded to the Willard Hall sign with duck tape. 
Someone transported an entire room's furniture to "the 
beach." Juniors dressed shabbily and ran from people 
carrying large containers of indistinguishable liquid. What 
did these freakish sights mean? In three words: Junior Ring 
Week. The tradition remained so alive that after many 
years the administration felt forced to threaten students 
not to "go too far" with their pranks. Nevertheless, the 
week drilled terror into the hearts of ever>' third year 
student at the school, suffering pranks performed by 
underclassmen and seniors alike. After surviving a week of 
this humiliation, juniors officially earned their rings. The 
school provided the final reward of a formal dance thrown 
in celebration of the receipt of their much awaited class 
rings. 

Other highlights of the week included a comedian, 
a drive-in movie in Ball Circle and a money-driven 
scavenger hunt. These activities, all in honor of the juniors, 
enabled the students to participate in celebration. This 
week of torture and tribute caused students to rejoice in 
MWC's rich tradition and contemplate locking themselves 
in their rooms all week. Juniors did not have to go to such 
drastic measures, for an eager senior remained delighted to 
do so for them. 



At the ring ceremony, Margel Ernst, Erin Hirsch anc 
Anne Grosz come together to share their excitement 
After receiving their rings, the girls felt ready t( 
celebrate. 

A junior picks out a class ring. Picking the perfect 
ring design proved challenging as purchasers had a 
varietv of options lo select. 



A junior admires her new class ring. 
Many juniors felt excited to finally 
see their rings and find graduation 
in siaht. 




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Waiting in a state of disrepair as a surprise to the 
owners, this mess discloses that one or more 
residents must have reached junior status. 
Rearranged furniture, messages scribbled on cars 
and toilet paper everywhere provided a tell tale 
sign that a junior's friends had managed to pull 
off a junior rmg week prank. 



Falling victim to a prank. Stephanie Boyer, 
Caitlin Wilkenson. and Dan Dupras embarrass 
JoAnn Parker. The trio caught the junior off 
guard in a computer lab. 



Professor Lakatos' speech during 

ring ceremony was so refreshing, h 

was a great way to start off what 

everyone feared was going to be a 

long night. 

-JuHa Hoffman 



lunior Ring Week! 



Standing at a booth, an interested 
individual gains information on Wales. 
The Welsch stand at the fair provided 
information on language and films from 
their culture. 





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Gabrieia Caslaiieda performs dances 

from her heritage for crowds of people. 

Dancers from a variety of cultures 

entertained audiences. 



and traditions 

A flair of color, music, and sound 
filled Ball Circle as the thirteenth annual 
Multicultural Fair took place. Both local 
and professional talents performed 
specialized routines for audiences. The 
smell of ethnic foods wafted through ; 
the air as onlookers watched the 
entertainers. Numerous venders selling 
homemade crafts and jewelr\' lined the 
circle and enticed many a passersby to 
consider their merchandise. The 
traditional event celebrated diverse 
ethnicities and cultures, and inspired 
many students and townspeople to 
reflect and embrace their divergent past 
and future. 



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Exploring their meal options, 
hungry attendees consume food 
samples. Booths offered ethnic 
foods to give others a taste of 
different cultures. 

Performing outside Trinkle. 
Banjer Dan performs Americana 
Banjomusic for fans. Musical 
mlcnts added to the atmosphere 
of I he fair. 








Examining her new purchase, an attendee buys authentic 
jewelry. The Native American jewelry stand offered beautiful 
handmade jewelry. 

Volunteering during the multicultural fair a member of 
the 1-lispanic Student Association blindfolds a child at the 
children's pinata station. The organization pro\ided 
children with their opportunity to attempt to break 
traditional pinatas for free candy. 



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An enthusiastic attendee auditions lor the much sought Full of laughter, students fly through the inflatable slidi 
after role of bowling hall. Human bowling prevailed as a Inflatable games provided overwhelmed students with th 
popular addition to the De\il-Goat da\ acti\ities. perfect chance to act like a kid again. 



"Devil Goat Day was definitely an 
experience.... being there was like 
being at a carnival full of fun, food and 
trashcan music. Who v\ ould have 
thought of having a band play drums 
with trashcans. Tliat was totally 
onginal. GO MARY WASH!" 
-Mary Stanley 




An exhausted student struggles to tnuinpli i 
a Devil Goat Day activity. Participants racci 
against an opponent to reach the finish line 
tlrst while restrained by a rope. 

Working out their aggression, jousters engage 
in competition. .lousting prevailed as a great 
opportunity lo let out stress and lYustratioii 
from o\crl\ burdeiiiim coursework. 



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What could be better than live music, free 
pizza, and human roller ball all in one place? 



Upon entering Great Hall, students became bombarded by 
a multitude of inflatable games. Several hundred people 
II lied the campus center, as they chatted while 
participating in and observing the man\ festivities. Two 
exuberant girls battled out repressed anger b\- jousting, a 
confident rider tamed "bucking bronco," and a dizzy male 
iiearK' lost his lunch in the process of "human bowling." 
Also inside the hall the main attractions for students on 
campus remained free pizza and soft drinks. Ajazz band 
and a Stomp-type group provided entertainment and 
atmosphere for the occasion; their melodious sounds e\ en 
drifted into nearby donns drawing more students to the 
event. Outside, a climbing wall towered over onlookers as 
the most fearless of students raced to the peak. The Devil- 
Goat Day tradition, a celebration of the pitting-off between 
odd and even year sttidents, provided a break from the 
stress of work and winter, as the day warmed and students 
mingled outside the campus center. 



Taking advantage ol' an athletic opportunity, elimhers ascend tlie 
rock wall at Devil-Goat Day. Rock climbing provided a great 
opportunity to exercise after consuming the free pizza offered. 



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Hanging around the bar. a student 
deliberates his beverage options. Dancing 
and drinking with friends made the night 
a special occasion to remember. 




Flaihng his amis, a mismatched Mary 
Washington student enjoys himself while 
rebelling against traditional attire. His 
date dressed in a sparkling gown did not 
appear to mind her date's choice of 
formal wear. 




Still maintaining a smile after selecting a broken seat for 
the ride to the dance, this student depends on the passenger 
behind her for support. The bus provided a safe alternative 
to having hundreds of students drive their cars into D.C. 



Showing off some leg, underdressed guys still knew 
how to have a good time. Dancing provided the 
opportunity for fi-iends to show off their moves. 



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Lacking a loi ot room lor mo\ement, dancers 
crowd together as they groove to the music. 
Bumping and grinding proved unavoidable on 

this romantic occasion. 



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All night fun on the spring formal boat 



Anticipating a night of 
enchantment and glamour, a line 
of anxious students fomied 
hours before tickets for the 
Spring Fonnal e\ en went on sale. 
The annual class council 
sponsored event took place on a 
cruise ship. Couples enjoyed a 
light dinner and live music while 
surveying the nighttime view of 
the Potomac River in 
Washington, D.C. Attendees 
enjoyed sharing the nighttime 
fun with friends. For freshmen 
and sophomores, it started a new 
tradition. For many seniors the 
dance prevailed as the one of the 
last titnes they came together 
w ith their colleae friends. 



"After the chaotic bus situation 
was under control and I finally 
found a bus to sit in, the girl 
across from me was stuck 
sitting in a completely broken 
chair. There were NO other 
empty seats. Now that makes 
for a fiin bus ride." 

-Robin Epperson 



Spring Formal 



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graduates move 
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Listening to last minute 
instructions on where to go, a 
graduate prepares to receive 
her degree. As graduates 
attended a practice before the 
ceremony, the event flowed 
smoothly without evidence of 
confusion. 



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-hairs formed neat rows within the boundaries of 
iail Circle, each adjusted so that its occupant had 
. view of the platform standing on the far north 
ide of the field. The sky had turned grey early in 
he morning so that by the beginning of the 
eremony precipitation continued to fall quite 
egularly. This spring shower would not stop 
riends and family of graduates from packing 
hemselves into the field and surrounding areas, it 
List increased the need for extra garments and 
iccessories to fend off the weather. The 
:eremony did however continue outside and 
)rovided those in attendance with points to 
>onder concerning the future of the class. Each 
;raduating member left filled with inspiration to 
;o forth into the world well prepared with their 
legree, while many members of the audience also 
;ained a new sense of inspiration for the future as 
witnesses to what the talented class had already 
ichieved in their limited lives. Whether a part of 
:he ceremony or not, all in attendance agreed 
;hat as an important event, the day certainly 
:alled for celebration. 



Marching down the aisle between 
the chairs seating the graduating 
senior class, the MWC Eagle pipe 
band provides music for the 
ceremony. The pipe band consisted 
of members of the college 
community and both faculty and 
students. 

Smiling at one another, two 
participants in the graduation 
ceremony reflect in their expressions 
the lighthearted attitude brought 
about by the celebration. Graduates 
faculty and family members alike 
could not help but sneak a smile from 
time to time at the thought of the 
day "s significance. 



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Standing up in front of 

their seats, three 

graduating seniors proudly 

display their caps and 

gowns. Some decorations 

worn on the gov\ ns 

symbolized outstanding 

achievements, while others 

represented personal 

statements. 



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1 larmonizing with one another, two 
graduates use their well trained 
voices to entertain the crowd and 
add a special touch to the 
ceremony. Student s participation 
within the ceremony created an 
atmosphere of individuality and 
iinolvement, a reflection of the 
campus life Mary Washington 
boasts. 

Addressing the graduates, their 
families and friends a speaker 
introduces numerous intriguing 
and inspirational ideas. Speeches 
made during the ceremony 
provided students with closer on 
their four years in school, and 
offered perspectives on what they 
w ould encounter next. 



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Over four years at college, individuals found opportunities to expand and grow on a variety of levels. First and 
foremost, these individuals filled the role of student. Freshmen went beyond their previous academic experiences 
to learn how to adapt to college studies. Resources such as tutors, the speaking and writing centers and faculty 
advisors helped to make the ^^-^-' ^>)*i,^ transition easier. 

Sophomores and juniors explored / \ different disciplines as 

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basic requirements and >s,^ ^X"^ experiment with more 

advanced classes. Juniors and seniors faced overwhelming amounts of work as they completed upper level 
courses in their majors. Seniors planned to either use their skills to fomi a career or to continue their studies in 
graduate school. Balancing schoolwork witli extracurricular activities, employment and a social life prevailed 
as a challenge for all individuals. Overly ambitious and dedicated students went beyond the possibilities of 
knowledge as they attempted to gain the most out of their academic experiences. 




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Hitting the books. Shannon Noble focuses 
on her homework. Professors assigned papers, 
readings and long term projects to expose stu- 
dents to course material. Completing these as- 
signments required planning and sacrificing eve- 
nings and weekends to prepare for class each 
day. 

Requiring assistance, Randy Fulk gains 
help from Professor Curley. Faculty members 
remained available for students both during class 
time and office hours. Dedicated professors pro- 
vided email addresses and home phone numbers 
for students to contact them with questions they 
formed while studying beyond the classroom 
settint;. 



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"The worst thing is the walk 

to Combs if you hove on 

early language class, 

because it is located all the 

way on the far side of 

campus." 

Katie Clous, sophomore 



"The best thing is the writing 

labs and the worst thing is 

watching people 

accidentally running into the 

pillars!" 



"The best thing is its new 

technology, worst is the 

paint smell." 



Amanda Gabriel, freshman Matt Freedman, sophomore 



• • • • In Cromarty, Scotland, historic 
preservation students work alongside 
Robert Gordon University students and 
professors to apply their knowledge to 
urgent preservation issues in the local area. 
This became the tenth year that historic 
preservation students from MWC have 
gone to Scotland to learn about 
ation 




• • • • For their historic 
preservation class, sophomores Nicole 
Casebolt and Catherine Easterling 
measure the outside walls of the former 
MWC Alumni Development house. 
Most historic preser\ation students 
participated in many hours of fieldwork 
and outdoor activities for their major. 



• • • • Gwen Ni.xon and Darrcl Graf take time out 
from their summer abroad studies at the Universidad de 
Duesto in Bilbao, Spain. The Spanish study abroad 
program allowed students to complete their language 
requirements while also visiting and learning about a 
foreian country. 



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"The best thing is that it is 

close to our dorm, but the 

worst is those gates at the 

top of the stairs." 



Fiona Herring, freshman 



"The worst thing about the 

new building is that they 

don't have clocks in any of 

the rooms, but it's 

definitely a really nice 

building besides that." 

Brandon Lamb, sophomore 



"I like the area right next to 
the doors where you can 

hove groups, but the worst 

thing is that they haven't 

really figured out the air 

conditioning yet." 

Heather Hurley, freshman 



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excited to ha\e her present at 
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• • • • Man. Washington College revealed Combs Hall, the newest building on campus in the 2002-2003 school 
year. Although not technically brand-new. Combs held different departments than its previous years and recentl\ 
underwent a complete renovation. Originally, Combs Hall held the science departments and remained open from 
1959 until 1998, when the science departments moved to the new Jepson Science Center. After a few years of 
renovation. Combs opened its doors in 2002 to the departinents of historic preservation, modem foreign languages, 
and English, linguistics and speech. Each of these departments benefitted greatly from the new building and its 
technologies. A new language lab, archaeology and drafting areas, writing labs and a spacious lecture hall aided 
the departments occupying Combs. In addition to these. Combs housed the Speaking Center, the campus debate 
program. Center for Historic Preservation and provided technology in almost every classroom to allow professors 
to supplement their teaching with computers and videos. Students also enjoyed the new Combs Hall, whether 
because of the new classrooins and facilities or because of the quick walk froin Bushnell or Jefferson. 





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• • • • Computer lechnicians junior 
JelT Longo and sophomore Kevin Buffardi 
help senior Katrina Miodek with her 
computer problems. The Computer 
Help Desk allowed siudenls l.i (i\ llieii 
computers uuiekK anJ ehe.ipl) 




• • • • At the Writing Center, junior 
Christina Turkelson edits the paper of 
freshman Jim Pickens. The Writing 
Center provided students with the 
oppurtunity to have someone read and 
revise their papers. 



"Thirteen, or fourteen, 
hours!" 

Courtney Oser, junior 



"I'm the wrong person 

to ask; I've only done 

on hour." 

Emily Florio, junior 



Three hours. ..the 
one time I was 

there!" 

Elizabeth IVIeeks, 

sophomore 



"Once I was there until ; 

a.m. studying for a 

Computer Science 

midterm I'd found out 

about at dinner that 

day!" 

Elizabeth Rielly, freshma 



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Beyond tfie dassroom 

Trinkle 



• • • • Before 1987, Trinkle Hall housed Mary Washington College's library, but more recently the building 
contained the Departments of Computer Science: Classics, Philosophy, and Religion; and Mathematics. Trinkle 
Hall also included the Center for Instructional Technology, several computer labs, study rooms that students 
frequented twenty-four hours a day, the Multimedia Center, the Help Desk and the Student Writing Center. The 
Computer Science Department proved a popular major, following the guidelines of the ACM/IEEECS. which 
presented a vast range of curricular models for different types of institutions such as engineering and liberal arts. 
It offered individual study courses and honors projects, and had four scholarships available for qualified students. 
The Department of Classics, Philosophy, and Religion provided a home to three disciplines engaged respectively 
in the study of classical languages and civilization, philosophical thought and the scholarly study of religion. 
The Department of Education at Mary Washington College offered courses designed to prepare the liberal arts 
student to meet requirements for licensure as a teacher. The Virginia Department of Education, the State Council 
of Higher Education of Virginia and the National Association of State Directors of Teacher Education and 
Certification approved the Teacher Education program at the college. The Department of Mathematics offered a 
wide range of math classes for students at any level. The scholarships, awards and honor societies included 
remained the Meredith C. Loughran "94 Scholarship, The Oscar Schultz Award and the Pi Mu Epsilon Honor 
Society. Three major areas comprised the Center for Instructional Technology: Instructional Technology. Computer 
Help Desk and Technology Training. 




• • • • At the Macintosh lah. 
senior Ashley Racine, freshman 
.Melissa Christy, senior Jennifer 
Berry and junior Elizabeth Elzer 
work on projects that require a 
Vlacintosh computer. This lab 
remained the only lab on campus 
with Mac computers. 



"Four hours on a take 

lome Chemistry exam, 

3bout six hours before it 

was due." 

Scott Jones, freshman 



"Two hours, tops. 



Harriotte Heinzen, junior 



"You con study in 
Trinkle?" 



Jojo Flores, sophomore 



Hou) Cong have you 

spent in tfie 

Trin^Ce study 



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beyond the cCassroom 

Chandler 





• • • • Chandler Hall housed the departments of psychology and business administration. The college built 
Chandler Hall in 1 928, naming it atier the College's second President. The Multimedia Center also kept its location 
in Chandler. This center included the non-print media as well as the AV equipment. 

• • • • The curriculum of the department of business administration provided the student with background in the 
subject areas of accounting, finance, management and marketing, all in the context of the liberal arts environment 
provided by Mary Washington College. Signet Bank, The Society for Advancement of Management, the Benjamin 
T. Pitts Award, the Class of "42 James Harvey Dodd Award, The Elizabeth Griffith Schmidt '35 Award and the 
Amory Award all funded scholarships specifically designated for majors in business administration. Many students 
belonged to the campus chapters of the Accounting Club (ACCESS) and Students In Free Enterprise (SIFE). 
Students who established outstanding records of academic achievement earned an election to Sigma Beta Delta, 
the national honor society in business management and administration. 

• • • •The Department of Psychology, according to the Mary Washington 2001-2003 Academic Catalogue, 
provided psychology majors "with a sound introduction to psychology as a scientific discipline, including both 
traditional areas and more recent trends and theoretical developments. In addition, students received extensive 
training in methodology and statistics. The study of psychology provided an excellent means for developing 
critical thinking, writing, oral communication and research skills." In addition to Psi Chi, the national honorary 
society in psychology, and attending meetings to present research for the Virginia Psychological Association, the 
department awarded annual Minnie Rob Phaup scholarships to junior and senior psychology majors. A graduating 
senior also received the Outstanding Senior Psychology Major Award. 



• • # # V^\ Chi inducts new 
members to join this National 
Honor Society in psychology. Psi 
Chi's returning members, as well 
as the recently inducted ones 
attended the induction. Founded 
in 1929, Psi Chi completed the 
following mission statement, "The 
mission of Psi Chi is a well- 
educated, ethical and socially 
responsible member committed to 
contributing to the science and 
profession of psychology and to 
society in general. ' 





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iVfiat is the most 

interesting thing 

you've [earned in 

<PsychoCoffy? 



"The amount of people 

who ore afflicted with 

mental illness is 

enormous." 



"The most interesting 

thing I learned was how 

crazy Dr. Liss can be!" 



Alison Morgan, freshman Laura Lewis, sophomore 



"Learning about the 
different types of ethics 
that ore involved in the 
experiments." ; 



Cheryl Cerankowski, 
freshman 



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• • • • Dr. Macewan explains how he 
managed to get a hole in his glo\ e, thus 
allowing a runner on first. Psychology 
professors and students gathered for a 
picnic in the fall. Attendees filled their 
day with an exhausting, yet successful and 
entertaining game of baseball, food, drinks 
and socializing between students and their 
professors. 




• • • • Enjoying a day off business 
professor Dr. Frackleton spends time in 
his boat. While on shore. Dr. 
Frackleton's duties included a position as 
department chair of business 
administration, serving as an advisor to 
honor council and donating time as a pre- 
law advisor. 




• • • • \ psy;.hology department research team celebrates after successfully 
presenting a paper at the Virginia Psychological Association. Established May 11, 
1956, The Virginia Psychological Association remained dedicated to the advancement 
of psychology as a science and profession and as a means of promoting human welfare 
as an affiliate of the American Psychological Association. 



"It is shocking that we 
will do so much to go 

along with society's 

standards, even if we 

don't agree with what 

we ore doing." 

Matt Hanley, senior 



"I've learned that Prof. 

Kilmortin has many rap 

names, including 'Herbal 

Tea' and 'Ice Tres'!" 

Stephanie Semonite, 
freshman 



"How to mess with 
people." 

Tim Oliver, sophomore 



"The different structures 

of the brain and how 

they work to make the 

body work, but, more so 

the physical aspects." 

Craig Collie, freshman 



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"History, because then 

you'll be privy to Dr, 
Crawley's phenomenal 

sweaters." 
Katie Kelley, freshman 



"The best major is 

Anthropology because it 

consists of studying 

cultures through the 

remnants and remains of 

the dead." 

Sarah Rees, freshman 



"I'm going to major in 

History because I enjoy 

learning about our past to 

see how we have 

arrived to where we ore 

today." 



"Geography because I 
like to learn about other! 
places and people and \ 
I'd like to get an j 
internship at National ' 
Geographic someday," 



Christy Morris, freshman Katie Broendel, freshmai 



• • • • .At Ihe Phi Alpha Thelu reception 
in August. Professor of History Jeffrey 
McCiurken mingles with his advisees Patrick 
Brilley, Jesse Ballard, Ryan Buslovich, Kevin 
Slallings and Angela Roth. Department 
picnics in the beginning of the year provided 
a great way to meet faculty and fellow students. 





• • • •Through the study abroad program 
provided by the Department of History and 
American Studies, Joe Frick spends a year abroad 
in London. There, he took the Historical 
Development of London, British Politics and two 
upper-level history seminars on Churchill and 
Gandhi, while at the same time expanded his 
cultural horizons. 



• • • •While attending a day trip to the Blue 
Mountains, travellers enjoy the view of Australia's Great 
Dn iding Range, about 50 miles west of Sydney. The 
Geography department annually offered the Australia 
and New Zealand Field Program, a four week summer 
study abroad program. It provided students with an 
introduction to the geography, history, cultures and natural 
environment of the two countries they visited. 



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"Economics, because 

you con use it for so 

lany things, it has a wide 

■Qnge of choices within 

the major itself, and a 

large variety of 

applications." 



"I like Sociology 

because i get to spend 

the whole semester 

studying college 

drinking." 
Graeme Joeck, 



>uzy Kemper, freshman sophomore 



"American History. You 
learn about your country 

and your past, and you 

get to learn about ail the 

cool wars, too." 

Jeremy Crist, sophomore 



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major in 
Monroe? 



Counes\ of Donald N Ralli 





• • • • Professor of Geography Dav\Ti 
Bowen finishes her presentation of 
"Mennonites on the Move", which tells 
of the migration of Mennonites tVoin 
Canada to Boli\ia. Her lecture pro\ided 
an essential part of the Geography 
Awareness Week. 



• • • •As the building with the most majors on campus, Monroe Hall often proved one of the busiest buildings 
during the school year. Students took classes or majored in the departments of History and American Studies. 
Political Science and International AtTairs, Geography, Economics, or Socioiog\ and Anthropology. Monroe Hall 
also prevailed as a popular spot for reading or conversation, with the Palmieri Plaza and fountain just outside its 
fi-ont doors. Not content with simply taking the classes offered, many students in Monroe Hall went beyond the 
classroom and involved themselves in exciting activities. The Department of Historv and American Studies 
continued to be a part of Phi Alpha Theta. a national historv honorar}' society. History students considered 
membership of this organization to be an honor. 






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beyond the dassroom 



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• • • • Sarah Chinn works on a 
colorful, intricate weaving piece for the 
textile design class. A variety of looms 
remained available in Melchers for student 
use. In order to successfully engage in 
weaving, artists must master the 
technique and then allow for a large 
amount of time to complete their desired 




• • .Art fans admire the work 
displayed in the first senior exhibition 
held in the Fall 2002 semester. Typically, 
the duPonl Gallery held student exhibits, 
while the Ridderhof Martin Gallery more 
ommonly displayed professors' exhibits. 
The gallery also brought in exhibitions 
from museums around the country, and 
held a permanent collection of 5,000 
artworks. 



• • • • .\n art student slices off pieces of plaster in order to accurately portray thi 
shape she desires. If one walked past Melchers late at night and found themselve: 
subject to loud banging or clanging noises, no cause for alarm existed. These noise; 
captured the sounds of sculpture students hard at work, chipping away at their pieces 




"Working on my pieces 
outside class tinne has 
taught me that I learn 

more observing others' 

work than I do during 

class." 

Stephanie Malast, junior 



"One ot my pots was 

called 'the Dr. Seuss pot' 

because it was drippy 

and looked as though it 

should be in one of his 

books." 
Sara Kut, sophomore 



"I was trying to moke a sculpture of a heart, but it 

turned into a butt. So, whatever one tries to create 

ends up turning into something competely different 

than what they had originally intended." 

Kassie Smith, junior 



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Beyond the dassroom 

Melchers 




• • • • The art department, located in Melchers, offered two distinct but inten-elated majors. The studio art 
major placed the student in the challenging situation of addressing theor\' and technique in the making of art. The 
art history major provided students with the intellectual environment needed to gain knowledge about works of 
art and the research skills necessary to discover new infonnation about them. With a collection of over 80,000 
slides, lecture rooms with sophisticated projectors, a darkroom, spacious studios with skylights and a digital 
media laborator\\ the department remained fully equipped to serve both majors. 

• • • • The art history major explored in chronological sequence the span of Western art within its proper 
cultural, philosophical and historical context. Special courses on styles, issues and individuals in Western and 
non-Westem art gave a broad overview of the complexity of human artistic expression. Field trips to Washington, 
D.C., Richmond, Baltimore and New York City, along with lectures by visiting art historians kept students in touch 
with important art and recent developments in the field. In the internship program, students gained valuable 
experience and career contacts by working in reputable museums and art institutions in the Washington and 
Richmond areas. 

• • • 'The studio art major taught fundamental skills, increased aesthetic sensibilities, and advanced the 
student's individual development primarily in the traditional areas of ceramics, drawing, photography, painting, 
printmaking, and sculpture, with opportunities to explore personal approaches and skills in diverse media and 
techniques. Individual study courses for advanced students focused on specific artistic problems. Optional 
internships offered professional experience. Studio art majors culminated their program with an exhibit in the 
college gallery or by submission of a Senior Assessment portfolio. 

• • • • The College galleries presented art exhibitions and events of interest to the College community. Students 
gained valuable experience in the galleries working as cataiogers, researcher, administrative assistants and exhibition 
installers. A summer program of study in Urbino, Italy, offered by the art and modem foreign language departments 
allowed qualified students to enroll in art courses at the Collegi dell 'Universita di Urhino. 

Source: 2000-2001 An Department Student Handbook 




• • • •■Amanda Tillman 

sketches the lovely scenery in 
Urhino, Italy. She attended the 
Slimmer program offered by the art 
and modern foreign language 
departments in 2002. While 
overseas, the students engaged in a 
variety of activities, ranging from 
courses at the local Collegi dell ' 
Universita cli Urhino to indulging in 
llalv's famous and delicious \^claro. 



"I ended up creating a 

culpture that looked like 

hie castle trom The Little 

Mermaid." 

Caitlin Kell, sophiomore 



"Wtien I was supposed to 
make a texturized piece, 
nny sculpture became so 

intricately tuli of texture 

that it ended up looking 

like a Dali." 

Suzy Kemper, freshman 



"I smoke-fired one of my 

pots because the effect 

of the smoke on my pot is 

intriguing." 

Mary Johnson, junior 



li^fiat is the most 

interesting piece 

you have created? 



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beyond the dassroom 

duPont 




• • • • duPont held the Department of Theatre and Dance, the Klein Theatre and the duPont Galleries. This year, 
the Department of Theatre and Dance staged many successful productions, including The Diviners, Blithe Spirit. 
The Laramie Project. A Midsummer Nights Dream and many smaller sUident productions in Studio 115. Senior 
theatre majors often wrote or directed their own plays as part of their Theatre Practicum or Senior Project. The 
duPont Gallery also made up an essential part of duPont Hall. Museums provided exhibitions fi"om their permanent 
collections, while student and faculty artists also displayed their work. These exhibitions consisted of paintings, 
drawings, sculptures, photography and textiles. Throughout the year, memorable exhibitions included those fi-om 
Professor Carole Gannon, senior studio art majors, and an annual art student exhibition. 



• • • • The cast members of 
The Laramie Project recreate a 
scene of the town of Laramie. 
Wyoming. The Laramie Project 
prevailed as one of the most 
successful and controversial plays 
this year. 





WHat was your 
favorite pCay at 
MWC this year? 



"The Laramie Project 

because it was a well 

done piece about a 

collective eftort to 

truimph over hate." 



"A Midsummer Night's 

Dream is one of my 

favorite plays and I was 

excited to see MWC do 

such a good job with it." 



'The Diviners because 
especially cared for th( 

set direction, most 

notably the underwater 

scene." 



Mike Mallon, sophomore Ashley Huff, sophomore Emily Browne, freshmar 



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• • • • Wrapped up in enthusiastic 
discussion, an actor in The Diviners 
attempts to portray liis character as 
realistically as possible. The set brought 
life in rural Indiana in the 1930s to life 



• • • • Mystical costumes help Phil 
Hooper. Carolyn Myers, and Kristina 
Reese portray the fairies of .A 
Midsummer's Night Dream. As the last 
production of the year, the play ended 
the season successfully. 





• • • • Bndsiitte Weldon and Eniil> Kulis acl in lililhc Spirit. 
'Ik lust play of the academic year. Noel Coward authored the 
play that included a cast of eccentric characters. 



"A Midsummer Night's 

Dream because I 

hought Puck was really 

Dunky and I thought she 

was hot, too." 



Ka-Ram Shim, senior 



"I liked The Diviners becouse 

of the way the set was 

designed. Slowing down 

the actor's movements and 

using the water sounds for 

the underwater scenes was 

ingenious." 

Laura Shulte, freshman 



"A Midsummer Night's 

Dream, because I was in 

it!" 



Dena Adriance, freshman 



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"I like Dr. Bartram's 

Orchestra - you can tell 

how much work goes 

into their perfornnances, 

and they're always very 

powerful." 

Emily Heilman, freshman 



"I like Invoice because 

it's made up of a bunch 

of guys: I mean, who 

could resist?" 

Meghan Cudahy, freshman 



"I enjoyed watching 

Encore perform. They 

had on interesting mix of 

songs that I thought were 

cool." 

Chris Ellington, junior 



"Invoice is the best '•■ 
because it reminds me c 

the sound of nature 

issuing out an orgasmic 

scream." 

Joseph Todd, freshman 



• • • • The Fredericksburg Singers, a mixed \ oiec clioir made up of students and 
members of the community, entertain during a concert. The singers perfomied two 
well-rehearsed concerts per semester. The Fredericksburg Singers performed at the 
White House, the National Gallery of Art and the Pageant of Peace in Washington. 
DC. They also took a fall weekend tour. Past lours included Williamsburg. Virginia, 
and .AshcMlIc, North Carolina. 




• • • • Sophomore Amanda Mulhern 
sings Harry Connick Jr.'s song '"Wink and 
a Smile" from the Sleepless in Seattle 
soundtrack, during her solo at the 
Fredericksburg Singers" performance 
Spring Semester 2003. 



• • • • ln\oice members Tom Borak and Matt Sevon step up to smg Dciih 
Uuster. Invoice, Mary Washington College's male a cappella group, perfomied at tlj 
Big Spring Sing Thing with Symfonics and Bellacappella in April 2003. "Joiniri 
Invoice was the best decision We made at Mary Washington. We'\e all become goci 
friends and «e have a Ion of fun. .And \\e sing sometimes too!" Invoice member Je; 
Sinclair said. 

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"I think Invoice puts on the 
oest performance - you con 
see they ore having fun on 

stage. There aren't many 
singing shows during which 

you can both laugh and 
clap." 

Kirsten Barnum, senior 



"Bellocapella, because 

of the impressive high 

notes they con hit." 

Brian Strider, freshman 



"Symfonics, because 

their genre is mostly 

contemporary and 

popular music, which I 

thoroughly enjoy." 

Natalie Criado, freshman 



musicaf group is 

your favorite, and 

why? 








• • • « The Mary Washinglon 
College Community Oreliestra 
puts on their Spring performance 
conducted by Dr. Kevin Bartram. 
Ronald Barricklow, from the 
Rappahannock Youth Orchestra 
filled the role of Guest Conductor 
at the event in Dodd Auditorium. 
The pieces performed included 
Gershwin's Swanec. Hoist's The 
Phincis and others. 




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• • • •Pollard Hall, along with duPont and Melchers Halls, stood as one of the three buildings that coinprised 
the tine ails coinpiex. Constructed in 1 95 1 and renovated in 1 994, Pollard Hall provided a home to the College's 
Music Department, which included practice rooms for student use and a beautiful recital hall. 

• • • •The Departriierit of Music of Maiy Washington College offered a major prograin of studies in music as 
well as courses that can be chosen as electives by students whose primary' interests involved other fields. The 
courses and major program of the inusic department provided a background for graduate school, careers in the 
performing arts and teaching, as well as personal enrichment through a better understanding of the art and 
science of rnusic. The department sponsored regular recitals and concerts by faculty, visiting perfonners and 
on-campus ensembles. In addition to monthly recitals, students had the opportunity to perform with the Mary 
Washington College-Community Symphony Orchestra, the Mary Washington College Wind and Percussion 
Ensemble, the Mary Washington College ,lazz Ensemble, the Mary Washington College Chorus, the 
Fredericksburg Singers, Encore show choir and other vocal and instrumental ensembles. The music department 
sponsored a chapter of Mu Phi Epsilon, an international professional music fraternity. 






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Seyond the cCassroom 



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• • • • 



i The Jepson Science Center held the departments of Chemistr>', Biology, Environmental Science and 
Geology and Physics within its walls. The outstanding facilities and extra space made Jepson a welcome addition 
for science majors and professors. The departments in Jepson made wonderful contributions to the MWC 
community and the world of science through their many activities outside the classroom. In October, four MWC 
students won undergraduate research awards from the Virginia Academy of Science in Richmond, Virginia. The 
students represented the departments of Physics and Biology. Students also went over and beyond their major 
and formed clubs that related to their interest of study. Physics students participated in the Society of Physics 
Students, a national organization to which MWC belonged. Biology majors and other interested students joined 
the Pre-Med/Pre-Dental Club or Pre- Vet Club, which prepared them for further education in their tleld of stud\ 
after MWC. The Ecology Club sought geology and environmental studies majors, or students just concerned 
with the quality and preservation of our environment. 



• • • • With .special pennission. 
Dr. MeConnell's Sedimentary 
geology class observes dinosaur 
tracks at the Culpeper quarry. This 
prevailed as an opportunity to learn 
about a rare discovery in nature. 






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'What was your 
favorite Ca6 ? 



"My best lab 
experience was in my 
freshman year wlien I 
ho6 o hot lab partner 

for Physics!" 

Kait Arrington, junior 



"In Analytical Chemistry, 

when we attempted to 

analyze soil from Dr. 

Scott's backyard, 

because only HE knew 

what to do!" 

Lauren Eigel, junior 



"We made this play-doh 

stuff in Chemistry. It 

dealt with different size 

molecules, dependent 

on how quickly the 

mixture was stirred." 

Marcy Webster, junior 



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• • • • Biology ■.ludenl senior Lisa 
Fusion and professor Linda Ameen show 
their science exhibits at the Virginia 
Academy of Sciences Undergraduate 
Research in Richmond, Virginia. Many 
students from MWC competed in this 
competition and came away with top 
honors. 



• • • • .At the Goodloe and Son quarry 
pit in South Stafford, Virginia, Dr. 
McConnell teaches his Sedimentary 
Geology class to recognize sedimentary 
processes in the field. Gaining familiarity 
with rocks in their natural state enhanced 
the learnine of students. 




• • • • Dr. Jodie Hayob takes her 
Mineralogy class on a trip to Morefield 
Mine in Amelia County, Virgina in fall 
2002. Hands-on activities and trips 
proved essential to students interested in 
mineralogv and eeoloav. 



"Disecting the fetal pig 

in General Biology 

because it v\/as more 

complex than anything 

I had disected before." 

5ecca Sellers, sophomore 



"Mapping the seismic 

v^oves of on 

earthquake, because 

a lot of drawing and 

coloring was 

involved." 

Melissa Christy, freshman 



"The only way I 

memorized the rock types 

was identifying them as 

foods, and other objects. 

One was a meringue, 
another was an eraser." 

Claire Burke, junior 



"When my friend 

threw a fetal pig's 

tongue and testicles 

at me during Biology 

Lab!" 
Kirsten Barnum, senior 



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beyond the cCassroom 

What was your favorite class this year? 



"My favorite class had to have 
been volleyball because it 
reminded me of high school gym 
class, a time to destress from the 
normal learning time, and a time 
to hit things at one another and 
get credit for it." 

Teri Johnson 



"I liked my 

Social 

Problems 

class 

because my 

classmates 

were so 

cool." 

Sam Koye 



"/ liked Anthropology 102 with Professor Koplin 
because it is the study of who we are and how we came 
to be without all the complicated social stuctures that 
we have brought on ourselves through technology^ and 
education. " 

David Voth 




"/ really likea^ 
Genetics because 
Dr. Ameen is agreai 
teacher. " 

Becca Sellers I 

"My favorite classi 
was probably 
Dramatic Literaturd 
with Professoi! 
Mitten because? 
there wasn't mucH 
work and she made 
it interesting." ] 
EHzabeth Meeks I 



"I really liked : 
my Planning 
History and \ 
Practice class I 
with Professor ' 
Price because 1; 
started the i 
class thinking I ! 
would hate the' 
subject but I 
really enjoyed , 
learning about] 
it." i 

Emily Brandon 



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Vly favorite class this year was U.S. 
History 1 865-Present. My professor was 
Full of stories about how everything in 
J.S. History really goes back to Virginia 
listory. A class that can do that has to be 
/our favorite. 

Brevin Balfrey-Boyd 




'I really liked HISP 206, Intro to Folklore. I thought it 
^'ould be one of the nnost boring classes I have 
aken, boy vv'os I wrong. It was on awesome class 
hat brought in a lot of fun stories and different 
:ultures." 

Nicole Casebolt 



"/ really liked 
Professor Morton s 

International 

Preservation class 

because his stories 

were so 

interesting! " 

Ashley Miller 

'HIST 299 with O'Brien because our class 

vas small so we all got to know each other "Probably my favorite class was History 



eally well." 



Rachel Myers 



'I really liked my Intro to 
Psychology class because Dr. 
Cllmartin Is the funniest teacher 
Ve hod my entire college career 
::ind his classes just flew by." 
Jeremy Crist 

Vcting because it's the one class on my 
rue passion in life. Plus, I got to use a 
vhip during my final. 

Phil Seidman 



of the American Revolution because it was 
my only class on MWF, it was at 2 PM, 
and I still didn't really go. And when I did 
go, I didn't pay attention... and still got a 
B!" 

Joe Frick 



"My favorite class was Art 101 (2- 
D design) because I really got a 
chance to express and explore 
myself, rather than memorize a 
bunch of names and dates." 
Chelsei Twigg 



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Modern Foreign Languages 




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Physics Department 



our Mary Wasliington College students received undergraduate research awards from the Virginia Academy of Science. Tliey comprised 
[iree of the five award winners who each walked away with a $500 research grant. The event took place at the Science Museum of 
Richmond on Oct. 20. At the competition, college students throughout the state presented 1 9 posters on undergraduate research. Karen 
Inklepaugh. a seniorphysics major from Wilmington, Delaware, won for her poster "Elecfromigration in Al-Cu Microelectronic Samples." 
lenior Laura Williams of Richmond, andjunior Emily DilgerofSetauket New York, both biology majors, won for their poster "Noctumal 
Tiemioregulation in the Wliite-throated Sparrow (Zonotiichia albicollis)." Finally, Hossein Hamed, a senior biology major from McLean, 
/irginia, won for his poster "Phalaenopsis Molecular Systematics: The Study of Plant Evolution Using DN A Sequence." Faculty members 
iusan Matts, John Temple, Andrew Dolby and David .larrell all assisted the students in their projects. 



Seniors 



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Over the highways and beyond hometowns, students traveled from many different locations to begin their 
college career. Over smiles and beyond any facades, they fomied real long lasting bonds and friendships. 
Over the struggles with classes, and beyond the conflision that always comes with a new environment, the class 
attended numerous study groups, ^^^^^^^^^^ meetings with academic 

advisors and introductions to all of ^^/J' £^^SKl^^^^^^ the college's different 



facilities. Over the readings and 
they strove to succeed in their 
and beyond campus activities, this 
MWC community had to offer. 




beyond the all-nighters 
studies. Over the fomials 
class enjoyed all that the 
Over the years, beyond 



the passing of time, seniors grew and changed in both their knowledge and beliefs. Over the applause from 
friends and family, beyond the tears welling up in excited eyes, the class one by one walked across the stage 
and received their diplomas. Even though the years spent within a tight knit college community came to an end, 
the education, love, friendships and experiences provided the basis for each member of the class to move 
ahead and beyond in the real world that awaited them. 



Seniors 





Leaning over his booi^s, Ryan Harding 
ponders tiie task assigned to his group. Seniors, 
although usuaih' taking a lesser number of cred- 
its than underclassmen, faced more challenging 
work in their schedules comprised primarily of 
upper level classes. 

Tr\ ing out their skills at gambling. Marc 
Salotti and his senior classmates lean over a game 
board set up at the annual senior countdown 
event. Events such as these served to provide 
seniors with entertainment and a break from the 
day to day routines, as well as a reminder that 
the end approached quickly. 



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Fairfax, VA 
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Trumbull, CT 
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Virginia Beach, VA 
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Woodbridge, VA 
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Melissa Anderson 



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Hampton, VA 
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Katina Anthony 

Alexandra, VA 
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Springfield, VA 
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Baltimore, MD 
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Locust Grove. VA 
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Alexandria, VA 
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Chantilly, VA 
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Towson, MD 



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Lynchburg, VA 



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Midlothian, VA 
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Richmond, VA 
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Fredericksburg, VA 
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Clarksburg, MD 
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Great Falls, VA 
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Fisherville, VA 
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Chevy Chase, MD 
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Charlottesville. VA 
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StalTord, VA 
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Pittsburgh, PA 
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Brand! Brinson 

Woodbridge, VA 
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Michael Briscoe 

St. Leonard, MD 
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Jayme Bristow 

Williamsburg, VA 
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Felicia Brock 

Woodbridge, VA 
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Jessica Brodericli 

Taneytovvn, MD 
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Woodbridge, VA 
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Virginia Beach, VA 
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Vinton, VA 
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Nina Bruno 

Greensboro, NC 
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Courtney Bucli 

Fredericksburg, VA 
Sociology 

Steven Busch 

Fairfax, VA 
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Elizabeth Button 

Manassas, VA 






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Oakton, VA 
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Sean Cammaerts 

Ashburn, VA 
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Virginia Beach, VA 
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Fail-lax, VA 
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Patrick Cassino 

Huntington, NY 
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Erica Chapman 

Duni tries, VA 



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Gordonsville, VA 
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StalTord, VA 
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Fredericksburg, VA 
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Framingham, MA 
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Bethesda, MD 
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Roanoke, VA 

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Amber Crafton 

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Mattituck, NY 
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Portsmouth, VA 
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Philadelphia, PA 



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Fredericksburg, VA 
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Oradell, NJ 
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Louisa, VA 
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Ruther Glen, VA 
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Middletovvn, CT 



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King George, VA 
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Valparaiso, IN 
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Mechanicsville, VA 
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Greensboro, NC 
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Caroline County, VA 
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Marshall, VA 
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Hammonton, N.I 



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Potomac Falls, VA 
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Rockville, MD 
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Charleslon, WV 
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Virginia Beach, VA 
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Massapequa Park, NY 
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Marriottsville, MD 
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Oxford, CT 
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Sayville, NY 
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Woodbridge, VA 
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by taking trips together over breaks. All of these experiences allowed participants to grow as individuals. 
Individuals learned not only about themselves, but also about their place in the community. This growth let 
them explore options for their fiitures as they went over and beyond their unique aspirations. 



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Laughing with friends, students enjoy their 
snow days. Wintry weather brought cancelled 
classes, which provided a welcome break for over- 
worked students. People used the e.xtra time to 
relax with friends, catch up on their studies and 
spend time outdoors. 

Carefulh- handling her rat, Christy 
Lovelady completes work for her laboratory 
class. Opportunities such as labs, internships 
and individual research projects allowed stu- 
dents to go beyond their usual academic endeav- 
ors and try a new experience. 



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Ready for a night on ihc town, 
Leanne Shannon, Kathcrine 
Rannals, Sarah Crawford and 
Monica Cohen strut their stuff 
to downtown Fredericl<sburg. 
From bobbing for apples to 
dressing up in costume, these 
college students had the time of 
their life. 



Lindsey Abel 

Lonnie Adams 

Dena Adriance 

Sobia Akhtar 

Bernardo Alaimo 

Kathryn Allen 

Owen Allen 

Sara Amiss 

Litza Amurrio 

Jillian Anderson 

Kathryn Anderson 

Kristen Anderson 

Megan Anderson 

Avery Andon 

Kelly Angus 

Sarah Appleby 

Morgan Applegate 

Sandy Arce 

Daniel Archibald 

Whitney Armstrong 

Caria Arnold 

Malesia Arrington 

Manisha Arsala 

Kathryn Astley 

Amber Atherton 

Elizabeth Avruch 

Ellen Ayrcs 

Zachary Baber 

Adam Baer 

Katherine Baird 

Andrew Baise 

Chalsea Baker 

Matthew Baker 

Tristan Baker 

Taylor Ball 

Jared Bankos 

Rachad Barhir 

Angela Baker 

John Barnes 

Michael Barron 

Dennis Barton 

Stephanie Basile 




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Brett Batky 
Mary Baylor 
Ryan Beaulieu 
Benton Beavers 
John Beck 
Matthew Becker 
Steven Bednash 

David Beekman 
Jennifer Bell 
Todd Bennett 
Marion Bernstein 
Nicole Berry 
Lauren Bevard 
Sushmita Bhardwaj 

Jonathan Bibb 
Kathleen Bierbaum 
TinaBigdeli 
.■Vmy Billingsly 
Adam Bird 
Ashley Blair 
Sarah Blehm 

William Boden 
Jocelyn Bodkin 
S. Paloma Bolasny 
ivristen Borkoski 
Beth Bowman 
Honor Bowman 
Stephanie Bowman 

Stephanie Boyer 
Christopher Bozza 
Brian Bradley 
Taylor Bradley 
Amanda Brancato 
Meredith Branco 
Ashley Breymaier 

Steven Briel 
Lauren Briers 
Alexandra Brindza 
Anna Brinker 
Paul Bristow 
LaVonya Broaddus 
Katherine Broendel 

Karla Brooks 
Autumn Brown 
Debora Brown 
Jessica Brown 
Emily Browne 
Megan Brownell 
Erik Bruner-Yang 



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Addie Bryant 
Erin Bundrick 
Brian Burke 


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Amanda Bumham 
Jesse Bums 


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Brandon Burton 


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Jonathan Bush 


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Rvan Buslovich 


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Emily Butler 
Gregory Butler 
Kevin Butler 


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Corey Byers 
Erik Byers 




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Kari Byington 

Jonathan Cagle-Mulherg 

Bradley Caldwell 

Richard Call 

Andrea Callow 

Bryan Campbell 

Cara Campbell 

Emily Campbell 
Sarah Campbell 
Stephanie Canny 
FrancescaCapellini 
Julia Caperton 
Corinne Carey 
Victoria Carter 

Drew Cartwxight 
Alexander Case 
Andrea Cassatt 
Adam Castellan! 
Rebecca Caylor 
Monica Cecil 
Melissa Celii 

Cheryl Cerankowski 

Charles Chadboum 

Josephine Chan 

Peter Channell 

Pranee Chanthavongsa 

Adele Chapin 

Aidan Charles 

Robert Chamley 

Kristine Chase 

Melissa Chesney 

Tina Chiao 

Philip Chin 

Helen Cheng 

Rebecca Christ 

Matthew Christensen 

Melissa Christy 

Stephanie Churchill 

Emily Cincotta 

Jonathan Clair 

Melanie ClatanotT 

Marissa Claus 

Greg Clayton 

Donovan Cobbins 

Desiree Coffman 

Thomas Cogliano 

Monica Cohen 

Brandon Cole 

Jennifer Cole 

Katharine Cole 

Christina Coleman 

Magen Coleman 

Clay Collins 

Kenneth Conner 

Christin Connors 

Timothy Cook 

Brydon Cooke 

Christopher Coombs 

Alexander Coppelman 

Charlotte Comwell 

Mandie Corriveau 

Sydney Corez 

Katherine Cory 





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Daniel Costello 
Andrew Coulter 
Matthew Coulter 
Emily Cowan 
Brian Cox 
Sarah Coyne 
Brian Craddock 

Elizabeth Cranford 
Jamie Crawt'ord 
Sarah Crawford 
Colleen Creegan 
Natalie Criado 
Amanda Crissup 
Megan Cronk 

Amy Crosby 
Kai Crowe-Getty 
Betsy Crumb 
Martha Cruz 
Meghan Cudahy 
Carissa Culbreath 
Blair Culbreth 

Amanda Cummings 
Sharon Curd 
Todd Curran 
Bret Curtis 
Valerie Cutlip 
Peter Czapiewski 
Nicholas Czekalski 

Katherine Dalby 
David Dalton 
Nina Damgaard 
Zaehary Daniel 
Zachary Darden 
Bryce Davenport 
Mary David 

Maryann Davidson 
Meghan Davis 
EiTiily Day 
Lucy De los Reyes 
Ryan DeMarchis 
Ariel le DeSoucey 
Rebecca Dean 

Rachael Deane 
Eric Dearborn 
Marissa Dearborn 
Catherine Decker 
Katherine Decker 
Lauren Decot 
Nicole Decot 

Danielle Del Gatto 
William Demarest 
Kjistin Dennen 
Kelly Dennison 
Amia Desocio 
Kevin Diana 
Brandi Dickey 

Matthew Disbrow 
Kathleen Djuric 
Joshua Doe 
Jacob Doherty 
Benjamin Dombroski 
Rosanna Dominguez 
Alexa Donaldson 



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Meredith Donaldson 

Michelle Dono\ an 

Elizabeth Doms 

Michael Do\c 

Stephen Dudlc\ 

Holly Duncan 

Katie Dunham 

Colleen Dunn 

Khoanam Duong 

Michael Durkin 

Jennifer Duval 

David Dziura 

Katherine Eamshaw 

Megan Eason 

Ryan Ebv 

Caitlyn Eck 

Alexander Edelman 

Avi Efreom 

Brianna Egan 

Emily Elinsky 

Eric Emerick 

Alexander Engel 

Martha Eppler 

Kyle Erdner 

Cherie Ann Escario 

Brandon Estevez 

Kiera Evans 

Ryan Evans 

Laura Everdale 

Leah Ev. art 

Tifsihit Ezra 

Linda Fairall 

Christopher Farrell 

Katherine Farrell 

Spence Fast 

Joanna Fa> 

Ethan Fenichel 

Sarah Fenton 

Eva Fiastro 

Molly Fitch 

Jennifer Fitzsimmons 

Kristin Fleetwood 

Andrev\ Flynn 
Kevin Foeman 
Katie Fogarty 
Lindsey Forbrush 
Brendon Ford 
Loretta Forey 
Jill Fomadley 

Jacqueline Forsythe 

Lisa Forton 

Daniel Fovargue 

Nicholas Franciose 

Benjamin Franklin 

Jennifer Franklin 

Diane Frantz 

Justin Frantzreb 
Lindsey Frazier 
Douglas Frew 
Russell Friedell 
Andrew Fristoe 
Kimberly Frost 
Shin Fujiyama 




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Margaret Fultz 
Marie Funk 
Alison Purr 
Amanda Gabriel 
Meghan Gallagher 
( laudiaGallardo 
Amy Gallinagh 

Brittney Garcia 
Maria Garcia 
Quinn Gardner 
Megan Garrett 
Richard Garrett 
Kelly Gaskill 
Gina Gay 

Stuart Geiger 
Alison Geisse 
Andrew Gendreau 
Stephanie Genimatas 
Kathleen Geraghty 
Elyse Gerstenecker 
Therese Giambona 

Paula Giannotti 
Melissa Gibbs 
Steven Giermak 
AtifGill 
Hardeep Gill 
Tamia Gilliard 
Andreanne Gingras 

Maria Gissendanner 
Rebecca Glasby 
Faith Glass 
Matthew Glenn 
Aubree Gold 
Jeffrey Golden 
Miles Goodloe 

Lesley Goodman 
Amy Goodnight 
Susan Goodw in 
Margaret Gordon 
Sara Gossett 
Britt Gottlieb 
David Gottlieb 



As SHOW unexpectedly overtook Mary 
Washington Michelle Freeman. Nam Duong 
and kellv Wilkerson take advantage of their 
dav ott The random homemade sleds of 
orange plastic hags and snowball fights co\ered 
the campus. 



Freshmen 



Benjamin Graboyes 
Patrick Graves 
Sonya Graves 
Whitney Gray 
Kerensa Green 
Emily Greene 
Chad Greensfelder 

Virginia Gregory 

Leslie Griffin 

Lindsay Griffler 

Annalisa Grimes 

Richard Gronske 

Emily Guise 

Gweneveve Habersat 

Kathryn Hackett 

Adrienne Hagen 

Randall Haggard 

Rachel Haley 

Joanna Hall 

Kate Hallberg 

Laurel Hammig 

Mary Hamner 

Laura Hanks 

Heather Hansen 

Heather Hapeman 

Matthew Hardin 

Kimberly Hardison 

Caroline Hargrave 

Kelly HaiTis 

Mary Hartley 

Julia Haskins 

Hope Hasscll 

Robert Hathaway 

Jessica llaiiser 

Andrew Haynes 

Rebecca Haynes 

Andrew Hebble 

James Heckman 

Emily Heilman 

Megan Hein 

Loran Hempelman 

Diana Henderson 

Jacqueline Henderson 

WiUia Hendricks 

Christine Hcndrix 

Meagan Henning 

Sahara Henry 

Adam Henschen 

Fiona Heixing 

Kathi-yn Hershberger 

Meghan Hesse 

Monyet Hill 

Raymond Hillyard 

Robert Hitzelberg 

Michael Hoffman 

John Hoffman 

Marie Hole 

Mary HoUis 

Jeffrey Holt 

Sarah Honaker 

Felicia Hooper 

Ann Hopkins 

Martina Hopkins 




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John Hornby 
Tiffany Horton 
Russell Howey 
Kevin Hoy 
Stephanie Hudson 
Andrew Hummel 
Danielle Hundley 

Rachel Hundley 
Heather Hurley 
Molly Hurt 
David Hutchinson 
Catherine Huycke 
Shanna Hylton 
Luke Idziak 

Elizabeth Ihle 
Angela Ishee 
Emily Itnyre 
Helen Jackson 
Krystal Jackson 
Adam Jacobson 
Jason Jager 

Susan Jeffnes 
Crystal Jennings 
Jill Jensen 
Andrew Jerdonek 
Francisco Jimenez 
Abigail Johnson 
Brian Johnson 

Carlina Johnson 
Emily Johnson 
Katherine Johnson 
Nicholas Johnson 
Phillip Johnson 
Stefanie Johnson 
Stephanie Johnson 

Christopher Johnston 
Jessica Johnston 
Matthew Johnston 
Marguerite Johnstone 
Jaimee Jones 
Jason Jones 
Lindsay Jones 

Megan Jones 
Richard Jones 
Timothy Jones 
Min Joo 
Amber Jordan 
Phil Jordan 
Jtistin Joyce 

K.nstm Judy 
Jessica Junkins 
David Justen 
Eiimee Kang 
David Karcher 
Andrea Keefer 
Caitlin Kelley 

Katie Kelley 
Caitlin Kelly 
Matthew Kelson 
Susan Kemper 
Jacob Kendall-Taylor 
Maureen Kennedy 
Lisa Kennedy 



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Sara Kerme\ 

Jessica Kichii 

Rebecca Kilby 

Debie Kim 

Na- Young Kim 

Rachel Kimble 

Amy Kingsbury 

Kerstin Kirb\ 

Benjamin Kissell 

Matthew Kleinrock 

Katharine Kleppei 

Daniel Knorr 

Elizabeth Koch 

Molly Koemke 

Emily Kolarik 

Diane Koner 

Stephen Kott 

Kimbcrly Koyacs 

Paul Kozar 

Kristina Krai 

Brandon Kramper 

Todd Kronenberg 

Julia Kroner 

Michael Kropat 

Rebecca Kruse 

Christopher Kuhland 

Christine Kukis 

Whitney Kulesz 

Jon Kunzman 

Joanna LaMariana 

Ruth Laben 

Grant Lahmann 

Ragina Lam 

Amanda Lamb 

Brandon Lamb 

Angele Landries 

Janine Lane 

Lesley Lane 

David Langford 

Ashley Langland 

Emily Langley 

Robyn Lankford 




Inslead of the Iradilional 
monster or Dracula costuEiies. 
these boys focus on spicing up 
the holiday with their Hawaiian 
garb. Todd Curran, Amaha 
Tsegaye, Matt Johnston and 
Adam Castellani prepared 
themselves with coconut bras 
and flowery leis for the luau. 



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Kira Lantz 
Kathy Lanzarone 
Kristin Larkins 
Erica Larsen 
K.alyn Larsen 
Eric Latourelie 
Austin Lavvler 

Lisa Lavvler 
Roycia Lawrence 
Rori Lawson 
Staplianie Leal 
John Leckey 
K.hiana Lee 
[iyron Leeth 

Charlotte Leltwich 
Zygmund Lenchert 
Peter Leupold 
Janna Levin 
K.athryn Levis 
Jessica Lewis 
Margaret Lewis 

John Liebertz 
Renee Liers 
Jennifer Lilja 
Amber Lilley 
Ahby Lindsay 
Sarah Lintelman 
Elizabeth Lintner 

Ryan Little 
Nicole Livemian 
Jennifer Livsey 
Charies Llewllyn 
Jillian Locklear 
Lisa London 
Joanna Long 

Jennifer Lopatin 
Jason Loss 
Daniel Love 
Ashleigh Lovett 
Emily Lovins 
Mary Lov 
Sarah Lov 

Elizabeth Luhelfeld 
Tanya Lucio 
Christianna Ludlow 
Kevin Lynch 
Erin Maas 
Ryan McMillan 
Chalee Madden 

John Madtes 
Brynn Maguire 
Jennifer Mainville 
Makonnen Makonnen 
Timnesh Makonnen 
Lauren Mallory 
Jacqueline Mancini 

Meghan Marchica 
Jill Marchwinski 
Erin Marlowe 
Mark Martens 
Kirk Marth 
Tasha Martin 
Heather Martinez 



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Nicholas Martino 

Lauren Mascarenhas 

Christopher Mashbum 

Iain Massucci 

Emily Mathison 

Kimherly Mathison 

Marcus Mattem 

Amanda Matthews 

Ashley Matthews 

Ashley Tashetta Matthews 

Michael Mattson 

Emily Matzeder 

Alexys Maxwell 

Jonathon May 

Sarah Mayo 

Kariann McAlister 

Andrew McBride 

Mary McCarthy 

Joshua McComas 

Melinda McComas 

Chrissy McConnaughy 

Julianne McCormick 

Lauren McCreedy 

Andrea McDaniel 

Cailin McDonnell 

Patrick McGee 

Bridget McGee-Sullivan 

Kathryn McGillicuddy 

Ryan McGonigle 

Evan McGraw 

Jennifer McKay 

Heather McKenzie 

Michelle McKenzie 

Alisha McMillian 

Ryan McMillian 

Emily McMullen 

Lindsay McPherson 

Brant McQuitty 

Pamela Medley 

Kara Meekins 

Timothy Meleca 

Danielle Mensh 

Frank Messina 
Tara Meuser 
Samantha Michaud 
Dana Miles 
Amy Miller 
Brian Miller 
Kate Miller 

Meghan Miller 

Sarah Miller 

Talia Miller 

Tainara Miller 

Victoria Miller 

William Minery 

Michael Minnis 

Kelly Minton 

Suzarme Mirabello 

Joseph Montague 

Jared Moon 

Joseph Moore 

Kevin Moore 

Richard Moore 




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Alison Morgan 
Megan Moroney 
Christian Morris 
David Morris 
Sean Mounie 
Sliana Muliammad 
.Annice Mulhare 

Kennedy Munson 
Molly Murphy 
Ellen Murray 
Emily Mushen 
Deanna Myers 
Charlotte Naas 
Emily Nagel 

Jennifer Nanfelt 
Adam Nash 
Jennifer Nash 
Mary Nash 
Shatisha Nash 
Margaret Nelson 
Sarah Nelson 

Sara Nemati 
Hillary Nesselrodt 
Eh Newcomb 
\manda Neyenhouse 
kdthryn Nicholson 
Elizabeth Nielsen 
Ryan Nobles 

Katrina Noffsinger 
Lindsey Norris 
Kelly Nywening 
Sara O'Brien 
Megan O'Cailaghan 
Caitlin O'Leary 
Meghan O'Neill 

Andrew Ocheltree 
Shin Na Rae Oh 
Jennifer Olinger 
Zahra Omar 
Ashley Ontko 
James Osbum 
Katelyn Ouellette 

Michael 0\erstreet 
Fayln Owens 
Paul Owens 
Shannon Page-Baez 
George Pagonis 
Stephanie Painter 
Dawn Paris 

Kate Paris 
Dai hee Park 
Justin Park 
Christopher Parks 
Kristin Parson 
Angela Pascoe 
Michael Passera 

Deepali Patel 
Marysol Paul 
Staphen Peeks 
Elizabeth Pendleton 
Candace Penn 
Leigh Percival 
De\ in Perdue 



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Andrea Perez 

Kristina Perry 

Kelli Petemian 

Genevieve Peterson 

Sandra Peterson 

Sarah Peterson 

LisaPetriella 

Joshua Phelps 

Scott Phillips 

Elizabeth Piccirillo 

Allison Piccolo 

Erin Picha 

James Pickens 

Karen Pickering 

Kathr\'n Pickett 
Janet Pinkston 
Elizabeth Pitti 
Alexander Pittman 
Heather Place 
Jennifer Plant 
Kristin Pluese 

Sarah Podd 

Trina Poland 

Jason Pope 

Nicole Portegies Zwart 

Elizabeth Pratt 

Jessica Pritchard 

James Prunier 

Clare Pugsley 

Carl Puleo 

Katelyn Pulito 

Meghan Punaro 

Kolby Quass 

Holly Quick 

Gregory Quinion 

Elena Quintiliani 
Nancy-Lauren Raia 
Shea Rainey 
Vivian Rakestraw 
Elizabeth Randall 
Rachel Randolph 
Katliryn Rannals 

Erin Rant/ 

Karin Rasmus 

Hallie Rasmussen 

Elizabeth Ray he I 

CherelleRead 

Brooke Reams 

Sarah Rees 

Ashley Reibel 

Kelly Remington 

Bryan Reynolds 

Jennifer Rice 

John Richmond 

Matthew Ricker 

Julia Rickey 

Chiistopher Ridge 

John Ridout 

Elizabeth Rielly 

Jessica Rigel 

David Riley 

Erin Risi 

Kathryn Ritson 





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Reviewing the papers from the 
orientation packet, Emily Mushen and 
Christy Morris look over the week's 
e\ents. Move-in day prevailed as a 
time a for freshmen to get to know 
each other and start new friendships. 



Amy Rixmann 
Lauren Roan 
Brian Robeils 
Kirkpatrick Roberts 
Courtney Robertson 
Frances Robinson 
Caitlin Roche 

Christina Rodriguez 
Jennifer Rollman 
Lauren Romestan 
Karia Rood 
Brittany Root 
Laura Root 
Kathryn Roper 

Gregory Rose 
Melissa Rose 
Sarah Rosenmund 
Matt Rosica 
Chareese Ross 
Claire Rossin 
Angela Roth 

Jamison Rountree 
Brian Rowe 
Catherine Rower 
Kristen Rowles 
Kayia Rowley 
Blake Rushing 
Lynn Rushing 

Konstantin Rusin 
Elizabeth Russell 
Jermifer Russell 
Jenny Ryan 
Kelly Ryan 
Rachel Sadowski 
Dimitrios Salonikios 

Faswilla Sampson 
Aaron Samsel 
Jennifer Santoski 
Kemp Savage 
Nyema Sayed 
Christine Schepis 
Angela Schmidt 



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Jessica Schmitt 

Emily Schott 

Laura Schulte 

Jacob Schwing 

Ayslia Scott 

Julia Scott 

Tori Scott 

Victoria Scrimer 

Rachel Selle 

Stephanie Semonite 

Emily Shamsuddin 

Brittany Shankle 

Leanne Shannon 

Rachel Shaipe 

Katherin Shaver 

Emily Sheckels 

Alexandra Shephard 

Anne Shilton 

Thomas Shuck 

Kristin Shy 

Michael Sienkowski 

Shannon Simmons 
Sarah Simpson 
Tara Simpson 
Yoginder Singh 
Paula Singson 
Matthew Skir\en 
Christine Sklepovich 

Eric Slaff 

Jason Slesinski 

Rachelle Slotnick 

Alexandra Smith 

Emizabeth Smith 

Gayle Smith 

James Smith 

Kellie Smith 

Kristen Smith 

Samantha Smith 

Terrence Smith 

Travis Smith 

Whitney Smith 

Zachary Smiili 

Brittnee Sochaul 

Whitney Solonuni 

Gricel Soriano 

Alicia Sovart 

Andrew Spaulding 

Marliana Spence 

Emily Spencer 

Michele Sprague 

Enielie St. Cyr 

Courtney St. John 

Tara Staab 

Amy Stafford 

Benjamin Stafford 

Kevin Stallings 

Alexa Stanco 

Neil Stedman 

Ryan Stetbnick 

Kimberly Stegmaier 

John Steiner 

Melissa Steiniger 

Jessica Stevens 




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Catherine Stewart 
Bryan Stiffler 
Catherine Stikes 
Laura Stines 
Megan Stobie 
Andrew Stone 
Sara Stone 

Dennis Strawdennan 

Brian Strider 

Kristen Studer 

Karen Stumi 

(. ourtney Suddes 

DanaSuich 

C]cne\ieve SuHivan 

K.aithn Sulh\an 
Ian Sumers 
KacieSzemela 
Elizabeth Talago 
Callie Talbot 
Jessica Tarabek 
Kelly Tartaglia 

Morgan Taylor 
Nathan Taylor 
Robert Taylor 
Katherine Teller 
Meghan Thompson 
Natalie Thompson 
Elise Tobin 

Joseph Todd 
Maggie Toolin 
Kathryn Tortora 
Brett TowTisend 
Elizabeth Toye 
Holly Tracy 
Huyen Tran 

Eric Trudell 
Amaha-Yesus Tsegaye 
Matthew Tucker 
Dixie Turner 
Jarred Turner 
Rachel Tuttlc 
Zachary Tycz 

Samuel Ulmschneider 
Katherine Urban 
Sarah Vacchiano 
Katrina Van der Kloet 
Jacklyn Varela 
Mark Vanier 
Lindsay Vaught 

Ken'y Vautrot 
Paul Vestal 
Laura Vigliotti 
Kristin Vinagro 
Gina Vitale 
Kelly n Wade 
\piil Wakefield 

( hiist\ Walker 
kathcrme Wallace 
A\ a Waller 
Emily Walsh 
Katherine Walters 
Ann Wambersie 
Zachap. Ward 



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Kathryn Watts 
Mary Weber 
Jeremy Weiner 
Bridget Weldon 
Heather Wetzel 
Brandon Whelply 
Elizabeth White 

Ian White 

Jennifer Whitmire 

Brendan Wh\te 

Kelly Wilkerson 

Andrew Wilkins 

Jennifer Wilkoski 

Ann-Marie Williams 

Christopher Williams 

Emily Williams 

Kathryn Williams 

Nancy Williams 

Stacy Willson 

Cliristina Wimmel 

R\an Wind 

Abbey Wineland 

Noah Wissinger 

Meghan Witt 

Luke Wolckenhauer 

Kelly Wolff 

Sarrina Wood 

Tonya Wood 





Joseph Yanci 

Irene Yannello 

Lisa Yeagley 

Kimberly Yeamans 

Kristen Yeamans 

Andrew Yoho 

Julia Yolles 

Courtney Young 

Elizabeth Young 

Jeramy Young 

Karen Young 

Kristen Zach 

Aaron Zentgraf 

Zoe Zerbe 

Anne Ziegler 

Olivia Zoellner 

David Zom 

Jamie Zunno 

Macy Zwanzig 

Thomas del Ninno 



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Joanna Adams 
Vlohanimad Afzal 
Lynn Aiani 
Bonnie Alberts 
Mario A I faro 
Nadia Alfred 
Maria All 

Corinne Allen 
Darin Allen 
Kelly Allen 
SaraAllison 
Shannon Allmendinger 
Mark Altman 
Jessica Amato 

Kathryn Amirpashaie 
Vitto Amnathvong 
Sara Amos 
Christopher Amrod 
Catherine Anderson 
Dawn Anderson 
Rachel Andrews 

Lisa Angel 
Allison Anolik 
Jeremiah Appleton 
Janet Ardrey 
Matthew Arnold 
Autumn Arrowood 
Heather Atkinson 

Larissa Atkinson 
Michelle Aubee 
HIizabeth Austin 
Johanna Austin 
HIizabeth Ayers 
Christopher Bailey 
Sara Bailey 

Lisa Baker 
Lauren Balkus 
Alcia Banister 
Brian Barbre 
Rebecca Bamabi 
CheLsey Barnes 
Nell Barnes 

Catherine Barthelemy 
Eric Barton 
Erin Bayne 
Jessica Beavers 
Catherine Beazer 
Kimberly Becraft 
Caitlin Behrens 

Kristen Behrens 
Stefanie Beierschmitt 
Adam Bellacicco 
Lauren Benere 
Emily Benlce 
Lauren Benzing 
Kimberly Bickert 

Samantha Bird 
Tenezeah Bishop 
Victoria Blackmond 
Aliceson Blackstone 
Kevin Blake 
Abemathy Bland 
Kelly Blosser 



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Misako Bohlin 

Alexander Bond 

Daniel Bouchard 

James Boucher 

Mary Bowen 

Kara Bower 

Daniel Bowers 

Patricia Boyce 

Michelle Bradley 

Jonathan Bradshaw 

Emily Brandon 

Sara Breeht 

Erin Brezsnyak 

Katharine Bridgers 

Lindsay Briggs 
Carlisle Brigham 
Patrick Brilley 
Scott Broaddus 
Kara Brockman 
Allison Broglie 
Mary Brooks 

Catherine Brouillier 

Andrew Brown 

Christine Brown 

Heather Brown 

Jennifer Brown 

John Brown 

Leslie Brown 

Megan Brown 

Randall Brown 

Shawn Brown 

Tiffany Brownley 

Courtney Brucato 

Daniel Bruno 

Jaime Bucher 

Bradd Buckingham 
Daniel Buckley 
April Bulls 
Andrew Burge 
Alison Burgess 
Chloe Burgess 
Christina Burkert 

Paul Bumian 

Christopher Burton 

David Buschenfeldt 

Leah Bush 

Sylviana Bustamante 

Ryan Butts 

Shemirel Caballero 

Viana Cabral 

Joanna Cahall 

Alena Callaghan 

Rachel Cannon 

Sarah Cannon 

Rebecca Capelle 

Christine Carlisle 

Julia Carsola 

Kimberly Carter 

Matthew Casciano 

Nicole Casebolt 

Michael Casey 

Siobhan Casey 

Daphne Cashion 



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Elaine Cassarino 
Bertha Castro 
Emily Celia 
Monica Chan 
Daniel Chiles 
Emil Christofakis 
Clinton Christopher 

Ashley Chung 
DoreenCiavarelli 
Noah Cincinnati 
Cristina Clapp 
Matthew Clark 
Heather Claycomb 
Kaitlyn CHfford 

Catherine Clous 
William Cockayne 
Christopher CotTman 
Adam Cohen 
Lauren Collier 
Lindsey Collier 
Pamela Collier 

ErinColligan 
Elizabeth Colvin 
Kimberly Coldwell 
Carisa Compton 
Jennifer Condon 
William Coningsby 
Jennifer Connell 

Erin Connelly 
Brian Connolly 
Brian Coombs 
Casey Cooper 
Janet Cooper 
John Cooper 
Todd Cooper 

Lynne Corey 
Alicia Cornell 
Jameson Cowan 
Brandon Cox 
Patricia Coyle 
Jeremy Crist 
Jennifer Cmmbaugh 

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Elizabeth Cunard 
Jennifer Curtis 
Stephanie Curtis 
Edward Cyran 

Jessica D'Alessandro 
Shani Daniels 
Edward Darrell 
Maureen Daulong 
Ryan Davis 
William Davis 
Ashley Davitt 

Marisa Day 
E\angeline Deaton 
Donna Deats 
Nina Deboeck 
Andrew Deci 
Alexander Defee 
Kathleen Delaney 



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Lauren DelesDemier 

Heather Demko 

Keith Dennee 

Katherine Derham 

Matthew Desjardins 

Tamara Deuse 

Diana Dicicco 

John Dickerson 

Patrick Dierkes 

Christopher Doddridge 

EHza Doenges 

Laura Doganieri 

Kate Doniitz 

Lindsey Donahue 

Sean Donohue 

Sylvia Dove 

Elizabeth Dowling 

Brian Doyle 

Lauren Drennen 

Brett Driiger 

Kasey Drumheller 

Joanna Duggan 

Susan Duke 

Maureen Dundon 

Colin Dunphy 

Michelle Durbin 

Andrew Durham 

Jacqueline Duit 

Jolin Dusewicz 

Catherine Easterling 

Amanda Echols 

Jacob Edwards 

Kristen Edwards 

Lisa Egan 

Chester Eichenbrenner 

Bradford Elder 

Renee Eldridge 

Sarah Ellison 

Seth Ellison 

Lauren Emig 

Erin Evans 

Russell Evans 

Bethany Ezell 

Christine Faivor-Ryon 

Amanda Farley 

Crystal Faniey 

Diana Farrar 

Laura Fazzaro 

Daniel Featherly 

Karissa Fenwick 

Elizabeth Ferguson 

Kelly Ferguson 

Dana Ferreira 

Robyn Fielder 

Laura Fink 

Mark Fiore 

Amy Fish 
Michael Fisher 
Colleen Fitzpatrick 
R Curry Flautt 
Dawn Fletcher 
Alina Fleury 
Jonathan Flores 





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Caitlin Flynn 
De\on Foil/ 
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Sara Foughner 
Jilliaii Fox 
Emily Fraboll 

William Freakley 
Matthew Freedman 
Julie Freund 
Erica Frisbie 
Bradford Frost 
Lydia Frost 
Jonathan Fuhrken 

Mar\ Elizabeth Fulco 
Brian Fuller 
Aubry Furrov\ 
Wesley Gade 
John Gaines 
Jamie Gale 
Megan Gallagher 

Deirdre Garahan 
Carey Garber 
Grant Garber 
Aiyana Garcia 
Charlene Garcia 
Williain Garland 
Lena Gamer 

Jeremy Gaudreau 
Matthew Gayle 
Sarah Geddis 
Jason Gelatka 
Ann Gerow 
Elena Gianulis 
Elizabeth Gibson 

Alexandra Oilman 
SaraGlidden 
Jeremy (ilus 
C'olin Gold 
Jennifer (iolladay 
Eric Gomez 
Alexander Gomez 




Cheers! Toasting to the evening, Kristen 
Behren. Caitlin Behren, Katie Thurston, Laura 
Hanks and Carlisle Brighan celebrate the start 
of their sophomore year. Beginning the year 
together remained important for this group of 
friends. Attending parties with a small group 
of people helped to keep their close bond. 



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Camiela Gomez 

Jillian Good 

Meghan Good 

Michelle Goode 

Molly Gordon 

Robert Gordon 

Erika Gonschalk 

Katherine Gould 

Christopher Graham 

Daniel Grantham 

Mark Grayheal 

Katie Green 

Jamie Greenwood 

Shawn Gremminger 

Scott Gribhie 

Patrick Griffin 

Melissa Grimsley 

Lori Grisham 

Samantha Gross 

Andrew Grussendorf 

Kristen Giiagenti 

Sarah Gunsten 

Lydia Haas 

Kristin Habeck 

Arthur Habel 

Erin Haile 

EvaHailc 

Christopher Halberl 

Nicole Hale 

Carol Haley 

Kaitlynn Hall 

Camilla Ham 

Ashley Hancher 

Anneke Hancock 

Connor Hannigan 

Jason Hansel 1 

Ashley Harkins 

Holly Harrell 

Brian Harris 

Amanda Hartman 

Robert Hartzog 

Blake Hathawa\ 

Nathanael Hatha\\a\ 
Pamela Haukc 
Sarah Hcfliici 
Elizabeth Helfrich 
Shannon Hemstreci 
Mary Henley 
Meara Henley 

Margaret Henry 

Katherine Henshaw 

Jessica Hensle 

Marc Hernandez 

Drew Heston 

James Hibbs 

Jamie Hicks 




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Allison Hohart 
Laura Hollman 
Jeffrey Holmes 
Julia Homstad 
Phillip Hooper 
Matthew Hoover 
Michael Hoovler 

Stacy Home 
Michael Housman 
liiigo Hewlett 
Rhonda Howlett 
Ashley Huff 
Karen Hughes 
Elizabeth Huntley 

Jonathan Hurd 
Erin Hutchens 
Hojun Hwang 
Caroline Hyatt 
Sarah Hydom 
Matthew Hypes 
James Ingalls 

Natalie Ingold 
Rachel Ingram 
Elizabeth Ingrassia 
Alice Irvin 
Kr\stal lr\in 
Candace Jackman 
Emily Jackson 

Rebecca Jaeger 
Mary Jaffee 
Melinda James 
Jennifer Jenkins 
Katherine Jensen 
Kelly Jensen 
Timothy Jensen 

Amy Jessee 
Graeme Joeck 
Jennifer Johnson 
Lesley Johnson 
Melissa Johnson 
Ricky Johnson 
Katie Johnston 

Eric Jones 
Linda Jones 
Marylouise Jones 
Carla Jordan 
Timothy Jordan 
Rebecca Julian 
Vanessa Jung 

Sliaun Jurgcns 
Ryan Kailath 
Zachai'y Kalder 
David Kang 
Zachary Kator 
Bridget Kavanaugh 
Samuel Kaye 

Kelly Keenan 
Caitlin Kell 
Peter Kelley 
Debra Kelly 
John Kelly 
Kimberly Kelly 
Kimberly Kendal 



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Taking a break for luncli. Sliaun Sargent 
and Steve Parker took time out before 
Friday Night Dry for a snaek. Giant 
Productions held a main role in the 
preparation for campus activities, like 
Friday Night Dry. 




Kelly Kcnticdy 

William Kenney 

Juliet Kerkam 

Jennifer Kern 

Anna Khandrueva 

Marie Kilroy 

Etiiily Kiniiiiitt 

Matthew King 

Sabrina King 

Sarah King 

Matthew Kirchner 

Matthew Kirk 

Elizabeth Klein 

Marci Knight 

Lisa Koemer 

Orrin Konheini 

Marjorie Koniides 

Kristin Koscielny 

Kimberly Kosciw 

Elizabeth Krause 

Anne Kringen 

Sara Kut 

Timothy Kuziiuik 

Kenneth Lackey 

Elizabeth Laclede 

Anthony Lamonica 

Margaret Lancaster 

Doris Landers 

Cynthia Landesberg 
Julia Landis 
Jermaine Lane 
Nicole Larson 
Brian Laudale 
Deanna Lav er\ 
Miguel Lavgo 

Marie LcPage 

Valen LeVines 

Ailyson Lee 

Daniel Lee 

Jung Lee 

Leslie Lef'IT^e 

Mehna Lenser 



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Laura Lewis 
Margaret Lindsay 
Matthew Lockhard 
Allison Lockwood 
Carrie Loewenstein 
Roy Logan 
Ashley Long 

Jet'fery Longo 
Emily Lorenz 
Jennifer Lott 
Alec Lo\d 
Peter Liibrano 
Fla\ ions Lungoccia 
Emily Lynch 

auren MacAfee 
Katrina Maclnnes 
Kristin Machado 
Leslie Machado 
Stephanie Malast 
William Malcolm 
Michael Mallon 

Mark Malone 
Lisa Maloney 
Timothy Maneo 
Reith Manion 
Allison Mann 
Laura Marafmo 
Melissa Marchese 

Elizabeth Margeton 
James Marker 
Jennifer Marland 
Adam Marshall 
Johnathan Martin 
Kell\- Martm 
Kristi Martm 

Kalhryn Martland 
Mary Mattson 
Benjamin Maxwell 
Margaret Mazzola 
Ryan McAuley 
Alice McClain 
Jacqueline McClain 

Bry ce McClamroch 
Sydney McClure 
Kara McCullouch 
Danielle McDonnell 
Elizabeth McDowell 
Brenna McErlean 
Alex McGeorge 

Elissa McKay 
Matthew McKay 
Megan McKenney 
James McKinnon 
Matthew McLaren 
Donna McLaughlin 
Katherine McQueen 

Elizabeth Meeks 
Joseph Mele 
Neil Mendieta 
Steven Merenda 
Allison Merkey 
Katherine Memin 
Abbey Meyrick 



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Sara Michener 

Elissa Milanowski 

Carolyn Miller 

Helen Miller 

Katie Miller 

Jane Minerly 

Aclrione Mitchell 

Jeffrey Mitchel 
Jessica Mitch 
Jocelyn Mitchell 
Joseph Mitch 

Lauren Moii 
Victor Mondino 

Paul Monica 

Elizabeth Monk 

Caitlin Moore 

Erin Moore 

Michael Moore 

Michael Moore 

Williain Moore 

Gary Morgan 

Vanessa Morgenthalci 

Timothy Morrell 

Kara Morrison 

Rebecca Morrison 

Kendra Morton 

Jcanette Moses 

Miranda Mosley 

Kevin Mulhall 

Amanda Mulhern 

Lisa Muller 

Mathew Muller 

Meredith Mullin 

Martha Mundy 

Merideth Munoz 

Carolyn Myers 

Melissa Naeger 

Tyler Nations 

Amanda Nelson 

Sarah Nelson 

Theresa Nere 

Patricia Newman 

Joseph Newton 
Melissa Ng 
Loan Nguyen 
Nghia Nguyen 
Thuy Nguyen 
Mansoor Niaz 
Christine Nickels 

Jessica Noble 

Katie Noesner 

Sarah Notter 

Katherine Nunley 

Matthew Nutaitis 

Douglas O'Brien 

Erin O'Brien 

Cari O'Connor 

Kevin O'Connor 

Christina O'Loughlin 

James Oare 

Laura Odegaard 

Sara Oftlm 

James Ohisson 




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Hanlson Okin 
Timothy Oliver 
Chrisline Olsen 
Shelby Oros 
Brendan Orsinger 
Courtney Oser 
Mary Osing 

Nathan Otis 
Mariam Otihamou 
Meghan Oven 
Matthew Paci 
Joseph Packer 
Nick Pagonis 
Peter Palatbutas 

Ste\ en Palmer 
Jill Palmieri 
Adam Panza 
Margaret Parke 
Jo Ann Parker 
Steven Parker 
Megan Parry 

Michelle Passar 
Amanda Passmore 
Kristin Passuth 
Kristen Payne 
Joseph Payton 
Pamela Peach 
Sandra Pearlman 

Rachel Pennington 
Sarah Pennock 
Shaina Pereira 
Benjamin Perez 
Lew is Perez 
BiTce Perry 
Kevin Perry 






Sarah Perry 
Catherine Peterson 
Charles Peterson 
Jason Peterson 
Kira Petruzzi 
Leih Peyton 
\piil Phillips 

Rachel Piepenburg 
Richard Pitaniello 
kimbeily Pittman 
kristy Ploiirde 
EimPolk 
Maria Ponit'rey 
Sdllv Poole 

Ti i\ IS Pope 
Da\ id Edward Porter 
Kevin Porter 
Landon Porter 
Molly Porter 
lustine Posluszny 
leicmy Potter 

Dominic Presutti 
Eim Price 
Dorothy Propst 
Isabelle Pryor 
lenniter Pudelko 
Thomas Puppi 
Andrea Purdy 



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Michael Pusey 

Michael Quadrozzi 

Kelly Quinlan 

Adam Rackliffe 

Charles Rainbolt 

Patrick Ramsey 

Laura Ramsey 

Jeanette Rasnack 

Erin Ratliff 

Alexandria Ray 

Audrey Reale 

Megan Records 

Brandon Redden 

Matthew Reed 

Stacy Refther 

Tobias Reifsnyder 

Katherine Reynolds 

Ian Rhoad 

Tiffany Rice 

Valerie Richard 

Christopher Richardson 

Rebecca Riley 

John Ring 

William Roark 

Antwane Robbins 

John Robertson 





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Sean Rodgers 

Geoffrey Rogalla 

Christopher Rogers 

Matthew Rogers 

Deborah Roh 

Monica Rosado 

Eric Rose 



Mary Rothlisberger 

Lee Rubin 

Allison Ruby 

Stuart Rucker 

Adam Russell 

Timothy R\'an 

Staphen Ryerson 



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Singing at open niic night. Jaime 
Stoddard, Chris Burton, and Ned 
Darrel dazzled the crowd with their 
talents. Finding fun activities on 
campus frustrated some students on 
the weekends, so they opted for 
other locations. Sullivan's restaurant 
provided entertainment and an 
exciting atmostphere for the college 
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Rebecca Sager 

All Samantar 

katie Samulevich 

Mane Santana-Germond 

\Iaiilyn Sare 

\oL lie San-is 

Lezlie Saunders 

Stefanie Sayko 
R\ an Scales 
k\ le Schatz 
Grace Schauer 
Malthew Schilling 
Lauren Schmidt 
Karii Schneider 

Rebecca Scholtz 
Lauren Schottenfeld 
C arolyn Schranck 
lennilyn Schuster 
Adam Schwartz 
Eiica Scott 
\hsonSeager 

Rtbecca Segal 
Suzanne Segur 
Philip Seidman 
Rebecca Sellers 
Margaret Senk 
Sara Shalowitz 
Rebecca Shames 

Morgan Shanks 
Laura Shea 
Greg Sheffield 
Stephanie Shepherd 
Whitney Sheppard 
Valerine Sheniian 
Teresa Shillingford 

Andrew Shin 
Roxanne Shircliff 
Stephanie Showman 
Christina Shult 
Brandi Sias 
Matthew Sileo 
Jessica Simon 

Derek Simpkins 
Amanda Sims 
Jessica Skinner 
Karen Skovby 
Noelle Slager 
Valeiie Sledge 
Robert Sledz 

Meghan Sloan 
Bi^an Smalley 
Abigail Smith 
Catherine Smith 
Emily Smith 
James Smith 
Sarah Smith 

Terri Smith 

Eric Smucker 

Kristen Snider 

Jessica Snyder 

Samual Snyder 

Virginia Soenksen 

Arnold Solomon-Astudillo 



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Danielle Soniers 

Yuhui Lisa Song 

Kristen Sorrcll 

Brooke Sparks 

Lori Sparks 

Timothy Spurr 

Chelsea St. Clair 

Channayne StalolT 

Stacey Standish 

Nicholas Stanton 

Victoria StautTenberg 

Danielle Steele 

Kelly Steitler 

Dorothy Stexens 

Anthony Stevenson 
Kristen Steward 
James Stoddard 
Martha Stokes 
Timothy Stoner 
Cara Stout 
Jennifer Sto\ all 

David StraightilY 

William Strihling 

Jordan Stroh 

Jeremiah Sturgill 

Karen Sugaliara 

Jason Sulli\an 

Kent Swats 

Christina Swett 

Colin Sw ink 

Denise Symonds 

Akiyuki Takoshinia 

Stephanie Tanko 

Maribel Tapia 

Mirtha Tapia 

Adam Tash 

Emily Ta\ lor 

Emily Tetalman 

Jane Thics 

Milimo Thindwa 

Christine Thing 

Amanda Thomas 

Claudia Thomas 
James Thomas 
Kimberly Thomason 
Lee Thompson 
Kelly Thomson 
ErikThorell 
Amy Thornton 

Katherine Thurston 

Kelly Timmemian 

Melissa Tiroiie 

Richard Toinlinson 

Diana Toitcs 

Claire Traub 

Melissa Turner 

Melissa Turner 

Brandi Tutlle 

Chelsei Tw igg 

Stephanie Twining 

Jessia Ulmer 

Ryan Ulrich 

Jessica Upshaw 




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Katherine Valentine 
Stephanie Van Hook 
Danah VanReuth 
Courtney Vernon 
Pamela Vetterling 
David Voth 
Micliael Voyack 

Laixy Waldrop 
Rebecca Walker 
Ryan Walker 
Delonte Waller 
Katherine Wamsley 
Wian-Yuan Wang 
Knsta Waple 

Patrick Warchol 
Cara Wedding 
Amber Welch 
Franz-Josef Wesner 
Eric Wester 
Callie White 
Edward White 

Ten\ While 
John Whitworth 
Courtney Wicker 
Matthew Wiles 
William Wilkerson 
James Wilkie 
Rachel Willemm 

Diane Williams 
Elizabeth Williams 
Ariana Wilson 
Jasmine Wilson 
Ann-Courtney Clare Winfrey 
Elizabeth V\'ingard 
Clinton Wi\ell 

Abigail Woglom 
Sophia Wonsom 
Sara Wood 
Sara Wood 
Sarah Wood 
Emily Woodall 
Kiniberly Woods 

All Wync 
Cheryl Mimanka 
Diana Yearsley 
Jonathan Yonce 
Katherine Yoon 
Sharon Yorzinski 
Stephanie Young 

Dustin Yudowitch 
Michelle Zemore 
Marie Zezula 
Justin Zimmennan 
Richard Zinky 
Kacy Zuchovvski 
Cassandra de Andrade 



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Todd Alberts 

RolaAbimourched 

Christopher Ackemian 

Seblewongel Agegnuhu 

Osasumwen Zee Airhiavbere 

Erin Albright 

Farhang Alem 

Karen Alexander 

Vanessa AH 

Ahava Allen 

Justin Allen 

Noriko Allison 

Kelly Allsbrook 

Jessica Amis 

Alison Anderson 

Katharine Anderson 

Denise Arce 

Meghan Archibald 

Kathleen Arrington 

Michael Arrington 

Danick Arsenault 

Donna Atkins 

Anna Aufill 

Allan Aumento 

Katherine Aversano 

Kevin Bair 

Scott Baker 

Cara Ballard 

Kathryn Barbuto 

Jason Barker 

Adrienne Barnes 

Sean Baskerville 

Elizabeth Bass 

Ryan Bayne 

Lindsay Beaton 

Elizabeth Beebe 

Jason BeeiTian 

Jennifer Beier 

Adain Benabdallah 

Diana Bendixen 

Paige Bennett 

Shannon Berck 

Michael Bemal 

Amanda Be\erK 

Nathan Bevil 

Maria Bibbs 

Lindsay Biddinger 

Jessica Bielecki 

Caleb Billmeier 

Ashlie Biscoe 
Maura Bishop 
Danell Bjomson 
Kate Blakeney 
Ashley Bland 
Andrew Blate 
Kimberly Blizzard 

Melissa Block 

Sally Bockh 

Ryan Bodenstein 

Kimberly Boelte 

Angela Bohon 

Stephanie Boltc 

Cara Bonazza 




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Ijiiily McMullen, Susan Goodwin, and 
Dana Thompson take a break from 
school work. Hanging out with friends 
allowed students to get away from the 
stress of college life. 



.Annette Bonliam 
Michael Bonsiero 
Timothy Boon 
Ihomas Borak 
Nomian Borger 
Brian Bomschcin 
Lauren Boswcll 

Allison Bourget 
Brandy Bowers 
L. Andrew Bowman 
K.e\ i n Boyd 
tirin Boyer 
Emily Brackbill 
Brian Bradley 

Lori Bradley 
Erin Brady 
Wendy Brayer 
Kristen Bridges 
Amelia Bristow 
Felicia Brock 
Jessica Broderick 

Ellen Brooker 
Ashley Brooks 
Bethany Brooks 
Kenneth Brooks 
David Brown 
Eric Brown 
.lessica Brown 

.lohn-David Brown 
Zachary Browne 
Anne Buholtz 
Robert Buchanan 
Elizabeth Buckingham 
Kevin BulTardi 
Shannan Bunzey 

Karen Burge 
Lauren Burgess 
Claire Burke 
Ke\ in Burke 
Caitlin Bumieister 
Dina Burnett 
David Buswell 



Catherine Butler 

Megan Cain 

Lisa Call 

Theresa Callaghan 

Jay Dee Callahan 

Douglas Cameron 

Erin Camphell 

Mary Campbe 

Alex Campshaw-Taylor 

Isabel Cardwell 

Heidi Carlson 

Karen Carr 

Kristy Can 

Amanda Carter-Roth 

Elizabeth Carter-Roth 

Tracy Marie Case\ 

Gabriela Castancda 

Patricia Castelar 

Laura Castello 

Sara Castner 

Lisa Cavanaugh 

Maria Cedeno 

James Cessaro 

Alexandra Chehab 

Jeffrey Christianson 

Amanda Christoph 

Adam Clark 

Elizabeth Clark 

Mary Clark 

Michael Clark 

Adam Clarkson 

Wendy Claypoole 

Sara demons 

Katie Clerico 

James Click 

SeanClorc 

Joshua Cloudl 

Susan Clough 

Katherine Clute 

Chrisry Cockrill 

Kate Cola 

Melinda Conipher 

Alexis Concepcion 

Patricia Conner 

Ellen Cook 

Paul Cook 

Christina Cooper 

Rachel Copen 

Daniel Correa 

Scott Coston 

Clare Cote 

Ryan Coughtcr 

Chelsey Coulter 

Carrie Co\ ert 

Amanda Cox 

Amy Creech 

Matthew Cribbs 

Floyd Crisp 

Evelyn Cropp 

Scott Crow ell 

Nikki Cunningham 

Brent Czaplicki 

Theresa D'Amico 




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Michael D'Eredita 
Christopher Dalton 
Catherine Daniel 
Amanda Davis 
Amanda Davis 
,lill Davis 
Mark Davis 

William Davis 
Gabrielle Davoy 
Andrew Dawson 
Maria Dayton 
Sharon De Souza 
Lauren DeAngelis 
Susan Deedrick 

Kalherine Demchak 
Stacv Demkowicz 
Andrea Devening 
Erin Dexter 
Edward Dickerson 
Laura Dickinson 
Emily Dilger 

Barbara Dillard-Ruhen 
Barbara Dimas 
Christopher Diniotsis 
Joseph Dimytriw 
Tracy Dodson 
William Doggett 
Adrian Donovan 

Rebecca Doyal 
.Anna Drago 
Christopher Dryer 
Bronwyn DuBois 
Abbie Duke 
Anna Dunaeva 
Meredith Dunham 

Barbara Dunlap 
Colin Dwyer 
Maggie Dwyer 
Emily Eaton 
Courtney Eaves 
James Eberhardt 
Jason Echols 

KclK' Eckstein 
Summer Edell 
Emily Edelman 
Elizabeth Edwards 
Alyssa Ehret 
Lauren Eigel 
Lauren Eisold 

Erica Ell 

Christopher Ellington 
Allison Elliot 
Caroline Ellis 
Britton Elmore 
Cesar Eloisa 
Elizabeth Elzer 

Clinton Enos 
Erin Enzweiler 
Margel Ernst 
Janine Evans 
Jaime Evvasiuk 
Stephanie Eyes 
Debbie Faint 



Stephanie Falleur 

Nancy Fallon 

Emily FaKe\ 

Jennifer Fan" 

Tiffany Farris 

Elise Fasick 

Erin Fawley 

Bradley Ferdinand 

Elizabeth Ferguson 

Lara Fariolo 

Nathan Figueroa 

Angela Filineck 

Erin Fish 

Randolph Fishback 

Jenna Fisher 
David Fitzpatrick 
Elizabeth Fleming 
Jonathan Fletcher 
Emily Florio 
Jill Flowers 
Patricia Fluharty 

Angela Foelber 

Margaret Foster 

Casey Fowler 

Evan Fowler 

Christina Francis 

Jonathan Franklin 

Megan Frascclla 

Peter Fravel 

Charice Frazier 

Jonathan Freshwater 

Tarin Friend 

Bryan Fryzel 

Elise Fullerton 

John Funier 

Shelby Gabrielson 

Jennifer Gaines 

Robert Gaines 

Kristen Galik 

Suzanne Gallagher 

Christina Galligan 

Matthew Gather 

Christopher Gamcarz 

Julie Gamett 

Barbara Gary 

Alyson Gaydish 

Allison-Leigh Gazzoli 

Teresa Geary 

Bevin Gekosky 

Mohammad Gerdvisheli 

Peter Geres 

Kimberley Geyer 

Peter Gibson 

GeraldineGicquel 

Deanna Given 

Melissa Glennic 

Daniel Glynn 

Katrina Glynn 

Maureen Godfrey 

Ryan Goff 

Krystin Gokey 

Laura Goldschmidt 

Faith Goodacre 




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Logan Goodin 
Jessica Goon 
Lauren Goer 
Sarah Gordon 
Anne Goska 
Timothy Gotgettreu 
Peyton Gouldin 

Darrell Graf 
Jessica Granda 
Candace Grane 
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Amy Gray 
Jill Graziano 

Ahson Green 
Kaycee Green 
Joseph Greene 
Jeffrey Greep 
Jaspreet Grevval 
Elizabeth Griffiths 
aura Griffiths 

April Gross 
Anne Grosz 
Matthew Guderian 
Mark Guthrie 
Priya Gyani 
Brooks Haas 
Michael Hagan 

Cris Hairston 
Maria Hall 
Sam Hall 
John Halliday 
Adam Hamilton 
Kathleen Hamilton 
Tracv Hamm 



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Brittany Haminelman 
Kristen Hammer 
Mika Harada 
Joseph Harding 
Elizabeth Harker 
Donna Harlow 
Thomas Hamian 



Making the most out of their weekend, 
Dave Hunsburger, Phil Seidman, Lyssa 
Ferguson and Cat Daniels go crazy at 
Merrimans. Gatherings outside of 
school gave students the opportunities 
to meet new friends. 



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Kristina Harpst 
Ernest Harris 
Venus Hanis 
Michael Hartsoek 
Sabrina Halcli 
Layne Havens 
John Hayden 

Leah Hays 

Rebecca Headley 

Rachael Heard 

Erich Hekel 

Kristine Heffner 

Margaret Hetlin 

Ashley Heimall 

Micheic Heimiller 

Harriotte Heinzen 

Jennifer HelHer 

Katie Henderson 

Laura Henderson 

Darren Hendricks 

Jennifer Henley 

Shalini Henry 

TeiTcIl Henr\ 

Joseph Herbert 

Eric Hen'ing 

Daniel Heselbarth 

Charles Hess 

Jessica Hewitt 

Katherine Higdon 

Joanne Higginbotham 

Cassandra Hill 

Erin Hill 

Kristen Hill 

Patrick Hilt/ 

Erin Hirscli 

Meredith Hitc 

Tacy Hoagland 

Kristine Hodgins 

Ramona Hodgkins 

Dana Hoffman 

Juilia Hoffman 

Sean Hogan 

Kathryn Hohnian 

Joseph Holloway 

Lars Holnistrom 

Jessica Holt 

Tara Holt 

Tyler Holtzman 

Kristen Hooker 

Erin Hopkins 

Ashley Home 

Eric Home 

Jason Hough 

Meghan Housley 

Jennifer Howard 

Meghan Howard 

Carolyn Huckabay 

Tiffianne Hiidnall 

Carolyn Hughes 

Margaret Hummel 

Kerri Hundley 

David Hunsberger 

Jillian Hurst 





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Kelly Hurt 
Catlicrine Hussain 
Erin Hutchison 
Lindsey Hutchison 
David Hye 
Amanda lantosca 
Mary [done 

Maggie Irby 
Richard Jackson 
Sarah Jactcson 
Amanda Jacobs 
Alexander Jacobsen 
Brian Janelsins 
Ryan Jefferies 

Kendall Jennings 
Adam Johnson 
Christopher Johnson 
James Johnson 
Kevin Johnson 
Mary Johnson 
Teri Johnson 

Ashley Jones 
Brian Jones 
Heather Jones 
Pamela Jones 
Sherica Jones 
Amanda Jordan 
Matthew Kapuscinski 



Da\ id Kardian 
Katrina Keitt 
Elizabeth Keller 
^ i^B Rachel Keller 
V ^M Angela Keller-Johnston 
Heather Kelley 
Mary Kelly 

Caitliii Kendall 
Stacy Kennedy 
Kiara Kei^vin 
Christopher Kiewra 
Wendy Kilby 
Amy Killian 
inhea Kim 

Kelly Kinahan 
Jennifer King 
Leah King 
Caitlin Kinkead 
Brent Kintzer 
Abby Kistler 
Rachel Knowles 

ohn Koblinsky 
Paul Kodak 
Michael Koehl 
Benjamin Kolodziej 
Kelly Koniowsky 
Kristcn Kosinski 
Benjamin Kowalik 

Lore Kracker 
Jessie Kreider 
Shari Krug 
Michael Kuchler 
Emily Kuppler 
Michael LaMonica 
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Theresa Lancaster 

Constantin Langa 

Daniel Lawlor 

Matthew Lawson 

Aaaron Layman 

Christopher Leadem 

Byong Lee 

Staphanie Lee 

Katharine Leesman 

Lauren Legarti 

James Lian 

Christian Lincoln 

Christy Lindsey 

Shana Lipf'ord 

Jana Lipski 

Phillip Littrcll 

Anne Lit/ 

Marc Logan 

Julia Lookabill 

Patrick Loth 

Carolann Lotsey 

David Lo\ ins 

Johanna Lunglhofer 

Christine Lynch 

Alexia MacClain 

Christoper MacDonald 

Catherine MacKinnon 

Connie Maetzoki 

Jesse Mahle 

Hien Mai 

Nicole Maicr 

Lauren Maiocco 

Tammi Mallo\ 

Nicholas Mancini 

Laura Manganiello 

Jessica Mangun 

Kendall Man ion 

Lisa Manion 

Erica Mank 

Emmett Mann 

Lindsay Manning 

Mark Manzano 



Prepared for a night of glitter, games and 
excitement. Emily Florio and Corinne Warrener 
bring props for their night on the town in New 
Orleans. New Orleans prevailed as a hot spot 
for Spring Break, with fun and entertainment 
scheduled for every evening. 






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LoriAnn Maresca 
Kristin Marion 
Tiffany Marsh 
Lauren Martella 
Cassandra Martin 
Katrilla Martin 
Tina Mason 

Elyzahetii Massucci 
Nina Matliews 
Kristen Matlick 
Grant Matthews 
Christopher Matzl^e 
Staphen Mauro 
Rebecca Mayhugh 

Rebecca Maykrantz 
Ann Mazes 
Andrew McAfee 
Dennis McCarthy 
Nicole McCarthy 
Sarah McCarthy 
Lindsey McChntock 

Suzanne McCloskey 
Brian McConniek 
Robert McCraw 
Austin McCullough 
Alexis McCullough-Tinker 
Elaine McDonald 
Fniily McDonald 

Heather McDonald 
Samantha McDonald 
Colleen McDonnell 
Cynthia McElveen 
Charles McGee 
Gina McGregor 
Amanda McGuire 

Emily McHenry 
Shawn McKenzie 
Elizabeth McLaughlin 
Erin McLaughlin 
Jade McLaurin 
Lindsay McMahon 
Meghan McMahon 

Laina McMillion 
Almeda McMullen 
Thomas McNinch 
Arthur McQueeney 
Melissa Melton 
Anna Merrey-Welcome 
Asha Merzazada 

Catherine Messa 
Corinne Meyerhoff 
Nidia Meza 
Matthew Michaels 
Paul Michanczyk 
Ashley Michaud 
Alison Mick 

Anna Milefsky 
Catherine Miller 
Justina Miller 
Anna Mills 
Neoma Mills 
Sandia Mills 
Carrie Minnick 



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Kelly Mitchell 

Kimberlee Mohle 

Meredith Moneymaker 

Patrick Monk 

Dawnette Montague 

Lynsi Montgomery 

Karen Moonan 

Heather Moore 

Kristina Moore 

Maria Moore 

Audrey Moran 

Anne Moredock 

Angela Moreland 

Andrew Morgan 

Kristy Morgan 

Janet Moriarity 

Jeri Mork 

Joshua Morris 

Talia Mosconi 

Sarah Moser 

Emily Mosley 

Isaac Montamarr) 

Katherine Mott 

Ann Moulis 

Allison Mowery 

Neil Moysenko 

Magdalena Mrowiec 

Lindsey Much 

Karstena Munzing 
Bridget Murphy 
Dana Murphy 
Rebecca Murray 
William Murray 
Nicole Musselman 
Allyson Myers 

Jared Myers 

Rachel Myers 

Emily Nagel 

John Nagy 

Lynn Nashom 

Jennifer Neighbors 

Rebecca Nelson 

Michael Newbold 

Tiffany Newell 

Cassandra Newman 

Mai Nguyen 

Nancy Nguyen 

Nhat Nguyen 

Tinh Nguyen 

Paulene Nichols 

Melissa Nilsson 

Lauren Nininger 

Gwendolyn Nixon 

Katrina Nixon 

Daniel Noel 

Nicole Nolker 

LisaNuedling 

Elizabeth O'Leai'y 

Kelli O'Quinn 

Adrienne Ohle-Rodriguez 

Michael Ohlsson 

Andrew Oko 

Jamie Oliver 









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Craig Patterson 
Christin Faith Perdue 
Jennifer Perry 
Edwin Peterson 
Greg Peterson 
My-Pluiong Phani 
Gillian Phillips 

Laurie Phillips 
Sandra Phillips 
Amanda Picard 
Tricia Piccinino 
Lisa Pickett 
James Pierce 
Kathy Pierce 

Amanda Pierson 
Salimah Pinnohanied 
Michael Plummer 
Timothy Ponton 
Timotheus Pope 
Sheila Porter 
Liliana Portwine 

Sarah Potter 
, Staphanie Potter 
j| Jane Potts 

Phuong Do Powell 
M Christina Pratt 

Amy Prible 

Sheila Price 

Ellen Prince 
Heather Pritchett 
Melissa Prussia 
Andrew Puddester 
Kevin Pushee 
Laura Quijano 
Jason Quintana 

Steven Ramos 
Mary Ramsey 
Brandi Rapalee 
Robert Reading 
Brian Reagan 
Amber Rector 
Bryan Reddan 

Trisha Reeves 
Christopher Reid 
Colleen Reilly 
Michael Reilly 
Aaron Reynolds 
Rachel Reynolds 
Jessica Rich 

Calicoe Richir 
Sara Richmond 
David Rickey 
I Lindsey Riley 
Kristin Ripley 
Ethan Ripperger 
Diane Ritchie 



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Emily Robbins 

Katherine Robbins 

Bridget Robinson 

Crystal Rodrigue 

Erik Rodriguez 

Daniel Rogers 

Elizabeth Rogers 

Virginia Rohr 

Cameron Rohrkemper 

Archer Rose 

Megan Rouse 

Erica Rozek 

Bonnie Ryan 

Erin Ryan 

Maria Salazar 

Jennifer Sale 

Andrew Salmon 

Erika Sandberg 

Noah Sanders 

Jason Sandlin 

Norberto Santiago 

Jacob Sapp 

Andrea Sasin 

Crista Scaturro 

Michael Schad 

Selina Schecroun 

Heidi Schenki 

John Schirrippa 





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Gillian Sciacca 

Arthur Scibal 

Aubry Scott 

James Scott 

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Heather Seaver 
Sarah Sebnng 
Garett Seeba 
Nicole Semerano 
Mark Shabman 
Michael Shane 
Michael Shapard 

Alexandra Sharkey 
Jessica Shaver 
Sage Shaw 
Timothy Shea 
Adam Sheffield 
Michael Shelton 
Patrick Shepherd 

Kathryn Shepley 
Mary Kate Sheridan 
Darryl Shifflett 
Sandra Shifflett 
Catherine Shiflet 
Randy Shiflet 
Amy Shioji 

Lillian Shirley 
Amanda Shively 
Lisa Shroyer 
James Shugart 
Emily Shuman 
Judith Siegal 
Kristm Sunmers 

Shannon Simmons 
James Simms 
Erika Simpson 
Mark Simpson 
Matthew Simpson 
Michelle Simpson 
Robert Simpson 

Elizabeth Smis 
Jeffrey Smclair 
Jeffrey Sisk 
Elizabeth Sjoberg 
Kristen Skove 
Alexis Slack 
John Slawinski 

Hannah Slotnick 
Kassandra Smith 
Catherine Smith 
Lindsay Smith 
Megan Smith 
Portsia Smith 
Scott Smith 

Tempe Smith 
Katrina Smoot 
Matthew Smothers 
Michael Snead 
John Snellinger 
Loma Solomon 
Andrea Soltess 

Christina Soper 
Ken Soqui 
Michael Sorgen 
Knstin Southall 
Laine Spadola 
Erik Spahr 
Shen Sparry 



Tawny DeAnne Spencer 
Elizabeth Spotswood 
Elizabeth Spruell 
Tyler St. Clair 
Marc St. Pierre 
Kathryn Stacy 
Donald Stader 

Katherine Stangler 
Mary Stanley 
Vickie Stanley 
Lindsey Startt 
Sarah Stebbins 
Evan Steinberg 

Kathleen Stephens 

Melissa Stephens 

Jay Stewart 

Kimberly Stewart 

Tracy Stewart 

Sara Stokes 

Kendra Stolzenbach 

Phillip Stovall 

Jason Stover 

Stuart Strange 

Rachel Street 

Virginia Street 

Christopher Strickland 

Andrew Sturm 

Carolyn Sweterlitsch 

Amanda Swilley 

Matthew Switzer 

Lizbeth Sydnor 

Jennifer Tallman 

Gregory Tavormina 

Erik Taylor 

Maeve Taylor 

Paula Taylor 

Cory Templeman 

Katherine Temey 

Elizabeth Terrell 

Darien Thall 

Matthew Thomas 

Moira Thomas 

Stephanie Thomas 

Ernest Thompson 

Joseph Thomhill 

Charles Thornton 

Elizabeth Tidd 

Kimberly Tilghman 

Elizabeth Tomchek 

Priscilla Tomescu 

Marisabel Torres 

Carolyn Townsend 

James Tramel 

Elizabeth Trimble 

Adrienne Trombley 

Mark Tuben 

Kassie Tucker 

Christina Turkelson 

Rebecca Tumbull 

Christopher Uebelhor 

Daniel Uyar 

Rachel Vaccaro 

Nicole Vasil 




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Sanieer Vaswani 
Dominique Vega 
Rebecca Veness 
Kathy Vi 
lis AraceK Vigil 
Valerie Villegas 
Alexandra Vizzier 

Cliase Vogler 
Jessica Waggener 
Elizabetli Wagner 
Katiierine WainuTight 
Bianca Wakefield 
Joeann Walker 
Layton Walker 

K,e\ in Wallace 
Christina Walsh 
Kelly Walsh 
Mary Warder 
Michael Warner 
Jennifer Warren 
Corinne Warrener 

Damian Watson 
Kelly Watson 
Renee Watson 
Erin Waugh 
Lynne Ann Weber 
Mary Webster 
Jessica Wedan 

Diana Weese 
Erin Weiinert 
Paul Weishar 
Kristen Wenger 
Mercedes Weiner 
Krystle Westhafer 
Christa Whaling 

Alicia Wheeler 
Brian White 
Holly White 
Kelli Wliite 
Paul Whitley 
EiniK Winte 
Oretchcii Wietmarchen 

Erika W ihelmsson 
I ide W illard 
EmiK W illiains 
L InkeW illiams 
oseph Thomas Wilson 
Lauren W ilson 
Charles Winfield 

Ashley Winfree 
Sarah Winnan 
Bonnie Winstead 
Vincent Witters 
Erin Wood 
Andrew Woodard 
Carly Woods 

Sarah Worden 
Jonathan Worthey 
Da\ id Wright 
Amal Yesuf 
Lea Lowell 
Peter Yu 
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Summer Edell and Kendra Stolzenbach vacation in 
Belgium. After spending nine months of college 
together, parting with close friends proved difficult. 
Instead, many groups of close friends tried to make 
time for each other over the long break. 




Jason Zamhanini 

Andrea Zbell 

Ryan Zdanowicz 

David Zedonek 

Kathryn Zelenak 

Jennifer Zoebelein 

Giizel duChateau 



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— ^Joe Lewis 





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"It has always seemed strange to me that in our endless 
discussions about education so little stress is laid on the pleasure 
of becoming an educated person, the enormous interest it adds 
to life. To be able to be caught up into the world of thought — 
that is to be educated." 

— Edith Hamilton 



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Over and (Beyond l^oivard Victory 



Over hurdles, beyond the ache of exhaustion, runners pushed past their limits striving for the best times of their 
cai^eers. Over the net, beyond the reach of their opponent's racket, tennis players put shots away proving both 
their skill and dedication. Over the roai' of the crowd, beyond personal limitations, basketball players worked, 
sweated and endured physical .^^^^^^I^VIV^Kw pains to demonstrate to all 

competitors their fight and love jSf^^^^''^^9^^ \ ^'^^ ^^^ game. Over the 

goalie's head, beyond the grasp I -JaHW^^t tifih^ .M Js ^^i- , *q of padded hands, soccer 
players worked to improve as F,, f*^^lL v^' ^ - 7 a team in order to continue 

scoring more goals than their x i^i^^^*^^ ^■^^ ''"^ / opponents. Over the 

water's surface, beyond the ^**>». ^ ^^^ -'^ reach of competitors, 

swimmers strove to exceed all expectations and meet all personal goals. Over the outfield, beyond stadium 
walls, baseball players drove yet another hit out of the ball park. Over the tears, sweat, exhaustion, hurt and 
disappointments, beyond the smiles, hugs. love, want, satisfaction and victories, athletes achieved incredible 
goals, made long lasting connections and gained much experience, that such success stories became possible. 






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Amis draped casually over each other's 
shoulders, the women's basketball team huddles 
around their coach on the sidelines to receive 
some instruction. Good coaching, combined with 
camaraderie, helped lead the girls through a suc- 
cessful season. 



Celebrating the winning goal, the men's 
soccer team congregate mid-t~ield to congratu- 
late each other. Soccer provided a reason for 
students to gather and show their school spirit 
as games became a substitute to fill the absence 
of football. 



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( 1 ) t Jreshman Whitney Gray concentrates on tech- 
nique during the race. The women's team won the CAC 
championships for the eleventh straight year in 2002. 
( 2 ) Oreparing to begin the race, the cross country team 
steps up to the line. The guys were a close group and 
were often seen running through campus. ( 3 ) Wunior 
Ryan Bayne works to set a new personal record during the 
NCAA Regions. The Eagles had a home court advantage 
while hostine the Reaionals for the 2002 season. 




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23:2 9.11.02 goucher 4:0 



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of md 1:0 9.21.02 Johns hopkins 2:3 

9.22.02 franklin amarshall 1:0 9.29.02 

lynchburg 2:1 10.01.02 cathloic 4:0 

10.05.02 gettysburg 6:1 10.10.02 

sweet briar 5:0 10.12.02 roanoke 

2:0 10.20.02 Christopher newport 

3:2 10.22.02 bridgewater 4:0 

10.26.02 Salisbury 1:5 




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( 1 ) !#unning down the field, junior Sarah Sebring hopes to beat her opponent 
to the ball. MWC viion ten games or more for the sixth straight year. (2) 
Qassing her opponent, sophomore Amanda Mulhem moves the ball up the 
field. The Eagles advanced to the NCAA tournament for the second year in a 
row. (.1) f ' uring a pentalty stroke, ft-eshman goalie Robyn Lankford makes a 
save for her team. Lankford had ten shutouts in her first colleiziate season. 




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greensboro 4:1 9.18.02 st. mary's 

4:1 9.22.02 roanoke 0:1 9.24.02 va 

wesleyan 0:2 9.28.02 goucher 4:1 

10.1.02 cnu 6:0 10.5.02 frostburg st. 

1:2 10.10.02 catholic 0:0 10.16.02 

gallaudet9:0 10.19.02 Salisbury 1:0 

10.22.02 marymount 3:0 10.27.02 

york2:1 11.3.02gallaudet 5:0 

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( 1 ) [Tunning past his opponent, junior R\ an Kish moves the ball down the field. 
The Eagles prevailed as runners up for the CAC championship. (2) * rocusing, 
senior Matt Heimerle prepares to kick the ball down the field. Heimerle served as 
one of the Eagles' captains this year. (3) "uarding his man, senior Michael Nissim- 
Sabat aims to keep the opponent from scoring. Nissim-Sabat received the honor of 
first team All-CAC in 2002. 





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was tliat of a professional soccer game. I wiU 
never forget the feeling after the national 
anthem and after we scored when it was so 
loud I couldn't even hear myself think. Its 
something you can't explain." 

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( 1 ) ^ i^eeping ahead of her opponent, sophomore Jill 
Pahnieri advances down the field. The Eagles won the CAC 
championship in 2002. ( 2 ) iJooking for an open team- 
mate, junior Hannah Slotnick plans to pass the ball. The 
team ranked nationally ranked for much of the season. 
( 3 ) 'Pharging down the field, junior Lauren Eisold tries to 
beat the other team to the ball. The Eagles advanced to the 
second round of the NCAA championships this season. 



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"Pl;>v five was one of mv tavontcs. I 
liked It because the outside hitter got 
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( 1 ) Wuiiior Krisleii Marion .serves un ace for her leaiii. 
An ace occuned when an athlete served the ball and the 
opposing team could not return it. ( 2 ) V lophomore Amy 
Rixmann sets the ball. Rixmann prevailed as a middle hitter 
for the squad. ( 3 ) Crhe Eagles cover for junior Lauren 
Eigel as she spikes the ball. Such teamwork proved crucial 
to a successful season. 




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one of a few bovs. I'm comfortable 
witli it, and it's fun." 

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( 1 ) Klhouting out her school spirit, sophomore Nina 
Burkert encourages the basketball team. This pep often 
kept the teams going. ( 2 ) ^%phomore Kelly Mailin 
performs a cheer. The cheerleading squad took their tal- 
ent to a competition in Maryland. (3)1' uring a time 
out, Laura Hollman and Melissa Steiniger dance. Cheer- 
leaders provided the crowd with entertainment during bas- 
ketball timeouts. 





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( 1 ) Senior C aitlin Wilkinson sinks a foul shot for her 
team. Wilkinson prevailed as Mary Washington's high 
scorer this season. ( 2 ) ^'^ophomore Dottie Propst looks 
around for an open teammate. Teamwork among the play- 
ers helped the team go over and beyond ups and downs 
during the season. ( 3 ) * rreshman Diane Frantz guards 
her opponent. Tough defense proved crucial to winning 
aames. 



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Womens' Basketball 183 







"Our tans provide us the energy to 
play at the high level that we have 
plaved at all year. We are there to give 
them and show, night in and night 
out. We owe tt to them." 

paul monica 



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( 1 ) ^ I'eeping with his opponent, sophomore Jon Hurd 
stays on the defensive. This year's team won the CAC 
Championship to advance to the NCAA tournament for 
the first time ever. ( 2 ) * i 'eading towards the basket, 
junior Evan Fowler tries to get around his opponent. Fowler 
led the CAC in assists this season. ( 3 ) "oing up for a 
shot, senior Cris Hairston tries to score for his team. The 
Eagle's broke the school's season win record this year. 



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10.25.02 marymount 

men 121:64 women 115-68 

10.26.02 Salisbury men 142:54 

women 139:70 11.2.02 franklin & 



marshall men 111:83 women 115:88 

12.8.02 franklin and marshall invitational 
men second women second 1.18.03 
gettysbur men 105:100 women 71:134 

1.24.03 John's hopkins men 108:146 
women 117:136 2.1.03 howard men 

103:69 women 117:55 11.02.02 
marymount univeristy 5:1 2.15- 
16.03 CAC championships men 
first women first 




186 I Sports 



( 1 ) ' Forging ahead, freshman Kathr\n Anderson swims freestyle. The 
women's team won the CAC championship for the thirteenth straight year in 
2003. ( 2 ) ^'twimmingbutterflyjunior Justin Snyder aims to win his race. 
Snyder earned the honor of the CAC Men's Swimmer of the Year title this 
season. ( 3 ) Craiving a breath, senior Jen Graboyes pushes herself in breast 
stroke. The swim team spent a week training in Florida over winter break. 





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( 1 ) 'Prouching down, senior Drew Robertson looks to 
steal a base. Robertson led the team in runs batted in this 
season. ( 2 ) ^ k^eeping his eye on the ball, senior Aaron 
Altscher stands at bat. The Eagles won the CAC champi- 
onship this year. ( 3 ) ' i 'oping for an out, senior Sean 
Townsend passes the ball. The team spent the majority of 
the season ranked in the top 25 Division III schools. 




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2:10 3.4.03 w a 1 2:9 3.5.03 

St. mary's 9:2 3.14.03 rmc 11:4 

3.15.03 Salisbury 0:2. 3:2 3.18.03 



Shenandoah 9:6 3.22.03 gettysburg 7:3, 6:1 

3.25.03 nc wesleyan 7:4 3.27.03 catholic 8:3 

3.28.03 eastern mennonite 10:3 3.29.03 

lynchburg 9:1, 20:5 3.31.03 so Virginia 21:5 

4.3.03 nc wesleyan 8:4 4. 5.03 catholic 4:0 4.8.03 

villa Julie 5:3 4.12.03 york 4:2, 6:3 4.13.03 st. 

mary's 5:7 4.14.03 rmc 15:3 4.16.03 

bridgewater 5:4 4.18.03 so Virginia 4:0 

4.19.03 villa julie 6:5, 6:1 4.22.03 st. 

mary's 6:4 4.24.03 york 5:4 

4.26.03 Salisbury 4:3 4.27.03 

Salisbury 7:8, 5:1 





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"Coming in to the season our goal was to win the 
CAC championship, if we didn't win it our season 
would have been a disappointment. After a slow 
Stan, our seniors really stepped up and provided 
the leadership necessary to turn in one of the 
greatest baseball seasons in MWC history." 

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Castellani looks to score a goal. The Eagles remained 
undefeated in the CAC conference this season going into 
their final conference game. ( 2 ) [Running, junior Brian 
Laudate aims to keep the Eagles on offense. The team 
scored nearly twice the goals of their opponents in 2003. 
( 3 ) (yositioning himself around his opponent, junior 
Mark Malonet defends his goal. The Eagles made it to the 
CAC conference championship game this season, before 
losinii to Salisburv. 



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( 1 ) •Pharging downfield, junior Melissa Block tries to outrun her 
opponent. Block received the title of CAC Player-of-the-Year for 
2003. (2) ^ainingcontroljunior Emily Nagel cradles the ball. 
The team spent spring break training in Florida. ( 3 ) 13ooking for 
a teammate, senior Kami McNinch tries pass the ball. The Eagles 
ranked in the top-10 national!) for much of the season. 




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9:10 3.13.03 denison 9:4 



3.18.03 catholic 22:11 3.22.03 

Washington & lee 9:10 3.26.03 

goucher 10:8 3.29.03 college of 

nj 4:15 3.31.03 randolph macon 15:8 

4.3.03 roanoke 16:11 4.6.03 

greensboro 16:5 4.8.03 marymount 

16:6 4.13.03 lynchburg 21:7 

4.16.03 Salisbury 5:14 4.19.03 

St. mary's of md 7:6 




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"We were a close team, and vou could see that 
on the held. VC'c improved throughout the 
season, and worked hard to get to where we 
did. Thev are a great group of girls to pla^' 
with!" 

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maryland university third 
11.23.02 maryland univer- 
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college of William Et 
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( 1 ) ^Tmiling at her success, Emily Florio stands mounted at a show. The horse and 
rider worked as a team to win a ribbon. ( 2 ) Standing outside the stall. Erica Rozek 
prepares to groom her horse in the Hazelvvild Stable. Riders learned how to take care of 
their horses before and after the lessons, and for shows. ( 3 ) Concentrating intently 
on the task at hand, a member of the MWC Riding team participates in a "flat class." 
Riders looked ahead and kept careful control of their horses when other horses re- 
mained in the rins. 





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( 1 ) ' 'xercising impeccable form, freshman Ablie\ 
Wineland gears up for the pitch. Wineland received the 
title of first-team all CAC this year. ( 2 ) taught in a 
pivotal moment, junior Bevin Gekosky prepares to elimi- 
nate an opposing player from the baseline. The Eagles 
ranked second in the conference going into the tourna- 
ment. ( 3 ) Concentrating on making the daring play, 
freshman catcher Andrea Perez snatches the ball from the 
air. The catcher utilized innovative and resourceful skills 
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( 1 ) Concentrating, senior K.e\ ni Loden waits tor Ins 
opponent to return the ball. The team won the CAC Cham- 
pionship for the fourth consecutive year. ( 2 ) ^ i^eeping 
his eye on the ball, freshman Paul Bristow aims to score a 
point. Bristow earned the title of CAC Rookie-of-the-Year 
for 2003. ( 3 ) * rollowing through, sophomore Tim Ryan 
watches the ball go over the net. The Eagles ranked in the 
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ball. Good footwork became the key to succeeding in 
tennis. ( 2 ) ' Eyeing the ball, sophomore Karli Schneider 
prepares for a backhand. Schneider spent the season play- 
ing as number one in doubles and singles. ( 3 )i3unging, 
junior Kim Colwell sends the ball back over the net. The 
tennis team spent their spring break playing a tournament 
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( 1 ) OLimping up, sophomore Scott Broddus competes in the steeple- 
chase. Steeplechase races included hurdles and pools of water. ( 2 ) 
Oushing himself, senior Justin Donnelly runs a relay. Being able to hold 
onto the baton proved crucial for relay teams. ( 3 ) [funning their race, 
freshmen Rachel Haley and Andrea Cassat look for the finish line. Having 
teammates run the same event helped runners to push themselves farther. 





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camera. Despite being a club sport, the Mothers still traveled around 
Virginia to compete. (3) €?he Eagles work together to win the ball in a 
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game with Radford first semester. 
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injured, leaving inexperienced players 
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able to step up their play and we wi )ii 
the game." 

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( 1 ) ' I having caught the ball. Amy Hewat charges dow n 
the field. The MWC rugby squad spent St. Patrick's Day 
at a tournament in Savannah, Georgia. ( 2 ) ' i 'oping to 
get there before her opponent, Lydia Frost leans to catch 
the ball. The rules forbade players from throwing balls 
forward down the field. ( 3 ) Crouching down, the 
womens" rugby team engages in a scrum. The ladies started 
off the season ranked third in the nation. 




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( 1 ) 'I'ndrevv '"Bull" Durham, as usual, exerts great effort toward \ ictor> on the field. 
Ultimate players reinained known for their dedication to, and love of the sport. ( 2 ) 
f 4ach Browne makes a throw up field past his helpless defender. For Mad Mary, the 
official name of the league, a good "Z-fence" prevailed as the best offense. ( 3 ) "iVatt 
Aruch pleases the crowd with his excellent skills and his top-notch spirit. Ultimate's 
"Spirit of the Game" rule and lack of referees set it apart from other sports. 





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( 1 )' i*eeping in sync, a boat practices their stroice. Coxswains 
had the responsibihty of ensuring that all rowers in a boat stayed 
together. { 2 ) ^'^miling, rowers celebrate their gold medals. The 
team beat out boats from Duke, Richmond and UNC to achieve 
this. ( 3 jCyreparing, the men await the start of a heat. The crew 
team took a spring break to Clemson, South Carolina, to train. 





10 Dan Dupras 
12 Brett Lively 
14 Evan Fowler 
20 Da\ad Zorn 

22 Ion Hurd 

23 Cns Hairston 

24 Ian Sumers 

25 Erik Rodriguez 
40 Mike Mattson 
42 Paul Monica 
44 Delonte Waller 
50 Mike Moore 
52 Colin Jones 

55 Kevin Moore 
30 Drew Robertso 



3 jenn Olingcr 
12 Katie Anderson 
14 KeUy I-Cinahan 
21 Diane Frantz 

23 Laura Vigliotd 

24 Laura Hanks 

25 Stephanie Boycr 

31 Dottie Propst 

32 Kirsten Studer 
34 Kelly Quinlan 
40 Lindsev Forbush 
42 Amanda Burnham 
44 Adncnne Barnes 
50 Caitlin Wilkinson 



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Scott Broaddus 
Nate Brooks 
Jason Call 
Bill Coningsby 
Clint Enos" 
Chris Halbert 
Jason Hough 
Graeme Joeck 
Matt Kirk 
Todd Kroncnberg 
Stephen Pecks 
Brian Roberts 
Jake Rod 
Dusrin Yudowitch 



Andrea Cassatt 
Stephanie Churchill 
Erin Connelly 
Whitney Gray 
Rebecca Griffith 
Rachel Haley 
CaitUn KJnkead 
Liz Lake 
Laura Marafino 
Kathleen Toone 
Rachel Ungerer 
Macy Zwanzig 



Head Coach: Rod Wood 
Assistant Coach: Dan Bairlev 
Assistant Coach: Paul Stoddard 



Head Coach: Becky Timmins 
Assistant Coach: Dave McAndrev 



Head Coach: Stan Soper 



Head Coach: Stan Soper 






212 I Sports 








31 Sara Shalowitz 


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2 Robyn Lankford 


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3 Pam' Medley 


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4 Brynn Maguire 


18 Sarah Sebnng 




5 Ctrrissy Soper 


19 Lindsey Startt 




6 Kim Becraft 


20 Meuhan McMahoi 


Head Coach: Dana Hall 


7 Adriennc Trombkv 


21 


Shannon NobUe 


Assistant Coach: Apnl M. Keaang 


8 Emily Falvey 




Lisa Cavanaueh 




9 Krisrina Krai 


24 Meghan Punaro 




10 Laura Fazzaro 


25 Emilv Cincotta 




11 Emily Nagel 


27 


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12 Joanna Duggan 


30 Caitlin (TLcarv 




13 Autumn Arrowood 








14 Colleen Dunn 








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2 Jeb Boland 








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3 Dave Justen 










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Ziggy Lenchert 




6 Ryan Brown 


23 


Jamie Stoddard 




7 Paul Schutzman 


24 


Matt Johnston 
Drew Hebble 


Head Coach: Kurt Glacser 


8 Tonv Ridpath 

9 Randy Fulk 


26 


Jamie Test 


Assistant Coach: Chris Brengcl 


10 Mark Malone 


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Ryan Zdanowacz 






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Nick Martino 




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Greg Rose 




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15 Dave Morns 


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Danny Love 






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Drew Cartwright 




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Doug Frew 






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Beth Schminke 




2 Rob\n Lankford 


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Kara Bower 




3 Knsuna Krai 


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4 Jessica Goon 


19 


Jaimee Jones 




5 Bntt Gottlieb 


20 


Kaue MacKinnor 




6 Kim Becraft 


21 


Kristin Pluese 




7 Karen Pickering 




Leslie Leffke 


Head Ciach: Dana Hall 


8 Rachel Turtle 


23 


Paige Bennett 




9 Erica Larsen 


24 


Allison Broglie 




10 Jamie Rostan 


25 


Kami McNinch 




1 1 EmUy Nagel 


26 


Caitlin O'Lean' 




12 Melissa Block 


27 


Kim Mathison 




13 Kate Clute 








14 Callie Talbot 









1 Abbey Wmeland 




2 Kalvn Larsen 




3 Beth Gibson 




4 Kelly Keenan 




5 Jeanette Moses 




6 Erin Keenan 




8 Morgan Taylor 


Head Coach: Dee Conwav 


9 Liz Crump 


Assistant Coach: |ennifer lones 


1 1 Bevin Gekosky 




12 lulia Cdoukhoff 




13 Andrea Perez 




14 Nicole Casebolt 




15 Meghan Witt 




16 Enn Rantz 




17 Erin Bundrick 




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1 Liam Garland 


1 5 Matt Lockard 






2 Man Heimerlc 


16 lamie ScuUv 






3 Andrew Shin Back 


17 Rvan Kish Back 






4 Steve Ramos 


18 Shin Fujiyama 




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19 Caleb BiUmeier 




6 Roberto Morales 


20 Benjamin Dombroski 






7 Brandon Lamb 


21 Brandon Burton Back 






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11 Nate Tavlor 


25 Paul Kodack 






12 Adam Benabdallah 


26 Brian Hall 






13 CUnton W'lvcll 


27 Matthew Desjardins 






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1 Sarah Campbell 

2 Betsy Pita 

4 Hannah Slotnick 

5 Viana Cabral 

6 Jessica Hewitt 

7 lill PaLmien 

8 Amy Kingsbury 

9 Kathn'n Amiq 

10 Rachel Vaccaro 

1 1 facqui Forsythe 

1 2 Lauren Eisold 
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14 Kathv Wainwright 



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15 Heather Hapem 

19 Joeann Walker 

20 Kelly Quinlan 

21 Rachelle Chrcti 

22 Brooke Reams 



Head Coach; Kurt Glaeser 
Assistant Coach: Mark '. 
Assistant Coach: Steve Braun 
Assistant Coach: Corcv Hewson 



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Michael Durkin 

Nate Hathaway 
Mart Hoover 



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Matt Rogers 
Tim Ryan 
Conor Smith 
I'rik Thorcll 
Dan Uvar 
Steve Wenzei 



Head Coach: Todd Hclbling 




iMrsten Agee 

Nancy Clark 
Kim Colwell 
Dena Heath 
Lindsay McMahon 
Brandy Nelson 
Mai Nguyen 
Sarah Sachcn 
Karli Schneider 
Ciavle Smith 
Katie Zelenak 
Courtney Wicker 



Head Coach: Cmdy \'andcrBerg 
Assistant Coach: Paul VanderBerg 



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Sports 




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Organizations 

Over and (Beyond ^E)(tra Activities 



When students tlrst arrived at school, feeling overwhelmed took up some part of everyone's day. As comfort 
levels began to grow beyond the limits set within hometowns and high schools, the days became less stressfitl 
and more monotonous as the same routines started to repeat over and over, and students started to look for 
other activities to take part in. ^,^'-^ "^^...^ Most opted to choose 

activities beyond those dealing .^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^\. with academics, although 

some clubs actually met just to ^^H W^ \ delve over such topics. 

Some chose to practice their ^^H~m^^ ^' ^ ^'^ \ journalism skills, while 

others enjoyed looking beyond ^^^^^pF^^^^JI^^WBpW^ the surface of their 
favorite subject while in the \,^^^ ^^ company of friends with 

the same interests. Other popular pastimes dealt with sports that went beyond the nonn as far as competitive 
team sports offered by the college. Students spent hours going over routines, plays, tricks or practicing skills 
proving tliat extracurricular sports demanded just as much attention and skill as the school 's competitive teams. 
Still more students felt the need to go over and beyond the call of duty and contribute to the community by 
joining either church groups or service organizations. 



216 I Organizations 





Diving toward the ball, flag football enthu- 
siast Drew Cartwright hopes to put an end to the 
play by removing the flag velcroed to the waist of 
one of the opposing team's players. Flag football 
served to fill the void created by the lack of a 
school football team. 

Bobbing for doughnuts, two students en- 
joy an alcohol tree evening at Friday Nite Dry 
sponsored by the Association of Residence 
Halls. Activities such as these encouraged stu- 
dents to find sober alternatives for weekend fun. 



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40-45 Members 

Student 
Education 
Association 

provided futxire educators with instructional and 
professional development and collaboration with other 

educators. Some examples of their work included 

workshops for students interested in becoming teachers 

and student teacher panels. They held responsibility 

for making teacher pots for those MWC students 

who will be student teaching. They also 

produced "Theatre in the Classroom." 



® Listening to the advice of the graduate students during a 

question and answer session, Maria Salazar reaUzes all of the 
dedication that student teaching requires. MWC education 
graduation students gave students insight into the new five 
year program. 

"If you want to be a teacher, this is the program for you." 
graduate student Mike Salapeter tells SEA members. Mike 
gave SE.4 members information about the new graduate program. 



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MAA 



Pre-Law Society 



® Members of the M.AA eagerly seize 

the opportunity to get away from their 
studies to go bowling and socialize with 
other math majors. 



218 I Organizations 





5 Officers 

Pre-Law 
Society 

provides information and experience to Mary 
Washington College students interested in pursing a career 
in law. Tliey often host speakers from different elements, such 

as judges,professors, and lawyers. These speakers recruit 

students for different law schools and also educate members 

on different aspects of the law. They also attempt to 

exemplify their interest in law by community service and 

class trips. The club also provides its members with a 

chance to socialize with other students who aspire 

to become lawyers and have other legal 

professions. V 



C> Looking at information on speaker Anne Richard. Emily White and 

Amanda Mulhern learn how much she has accomplished during her 

career. Richard visited MWC to speak to the club about George Mason 
I niversit> and her profession. 

Looking over legal journals, Pre-Law Societv officers Marv Kate 
Sheridan and Matthew Kelson educate themselves on different 
legislation. Thev kept updated on laws passed in the L.S. 




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• Explaining her research, Sarah Morris tells MAA 
members all about Subway. Morris had the opportunity to 
participate in a program at GW University this summer. 



Math 

Association of 

America 

strived to promote the interest of the mathematical sciences 

at Mary Washington and provided activities, seminars and 

fieldtrips to increase the mathematical awareness of its 

members. The activities of this club ranged from 

educational to leisure activities. In the past, these 

activities consisted of bowling trips, movie outings, 

lectures by professors about their research and 

■< student advising sessions for students to 

ask math majors questions. 



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At the WB/IMF protest on the mall in D.C., freshman 
Jason Loss and senior Juliette Gomez hold one of the many 
Human Right Club's handmade protest signs. 

To remind students of Earth Day, Ecology club members 
Monica Cohen, Ryan Beaulieu and Abby Lindsay paint the spirit 
rock. 





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♦ Eager for the upcoming protest, Mary Washington Human Rights Club 
students await the metro to take them to D.C. DC pro\ided a popular place for 
protestors to convey their messages to others. 

• Taking advantage of freedom of speech, Joe Thomhill and ."^aron Samsel 
join other students at a demonstration against the World Bank/ International 
Monetary Fund. Stndents traveled to D.C. in October to participate. 





Founded 1999 (approx) 
25 Members (approx) 

me Human 
Rights Club 

purposed to inforni the campus and individuals of 
various human rights issues and abuses around the world 
and then take action to remedy the problems and injustices 
that have occurred. They held meetings weekly, and also 
planned special events. The Human Rights Club 
brought speakers to campus and sponsored faculty 
and student discussions. They held protests and 
demonstrations of various kinds including fasting, 
days of silence, petitions and protests held in 
other cities. 



220 I Organizations 



15 Members (approx) 



The 



E(X)logy Club 



® Enjoying the great outdoors, Monica Colien 

and Abby Lindsay feel refreshed by the beautiful 
weather on the Ecology camping trip. 



provided opportunities to college students 
to be active in environmental issues and to learn about 

the world outside the classroom. Twice a year 

members gathered to clean up a part of Hazel Run which 

they had adopted. They planned other activities 

throughout the year to help students learn about 

the great outdoors including canoeing, caving, star 

parties and camping. The Ecology Club also 

dealt with environinental issues by 

petitioning and raising 

awareness. 




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Michele Sprauge all help tote the equipment back. Camping helped 
Ecology Club members get in touch with nanire. 



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• Dancing. Amanda Carter-Roth and Kevin Weinburg 
experience customs of the past at the Renaissance Feast. The feast 
pro\ idcd an opportunity' for modem day students to relive other 
tmie penods of interest. 

• Arranged m a regal fashion. Erin Evans. Dana Murphy. Ahson 
Elliot, Amanda Carter-Roth, Christina TurkJeson and Sarah 
Peterson dress authentically for the Renaissance Feast. Although 
some preferred to shop for their gowns, ambitious members found 
genuine patterns and created their own dresses. 





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Renaissance 



Founded 2000 
20 Members 

Tie Renaissance 
Club 

aimed to educate students and the community 

about the Renaissance era (600- 1600 AD) and reenacted 

activities from that time period. The club met weekly. 

Activities of the club included attending Renaissance 

fairs, learning archery, a masquerade and a 

feast. Students in this club enjoyed dressing in 

period clothing, dancing and learning 

customs from the past. 




• At the SCA Roman Feast. RenaissaneL' Jiil^ iiiciiihc.s 

Bryce Davenport and Kate Shaver construct a cltild's play 
castle. Challenging projects motivated club members. 



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Organizations 



100 Members 

Founded 1985 ' '^" 

Preservation 
Club 

promoted preservation education outside 
of the classroom in an informal atmosphere. The club 
met monthly. In the fall the Preservation Club put 
on the annual Ghostwalk. They also sponsored the 
Victorian Ball, where attendees donned period cosmmes. 
Members also attended conferences such as the 
National Trust Conference. Day trips to local 
historical sites provided hands on experience for 
enthusiasts. Overall the Preservation Club 
strived to preserve the past for future 
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.Actively telling a frightening tale, a ghost walk participant entertains 
his audience. Preservation Club members led bra\e tour takers through 
haunted Fredericksburg sites, including St. George's Church. Mary 
Washington House. Smythe's Cottage, the Hugh Mercer Apothecary Shop, 
The Rising Sun Tavern and the new site at the Free Lance-Star. 

Showing off their Victorian Ball costumes, members of the Historic 
Preservation Club wear their outfits with pride. Club members spent long 
hours searching for the perfect items to complete their ensembles for the big 
dance. .Activities at the ball included parior games, period music, 
refreshments and ballroom dancina. 



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■ Experiencing all Virginia has to offer 
historically, the Preservation Club travels to 
Richmond for a firsthand look at the Hollywood 
Cemetary. Outings such as these provided 
preservation buffs the chance to see their field 
cif interest in action. 



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• Executive Cabinet members Lindsay 
Moorhead, Brian Reagan, Kat Slangier, Sara 
Rainbolt, Rebecca Tumbull and Maureen 
Godfrey show SGA spirit in the 
Homecoming Parade. The parade Iciclced 
off the Homecoming Weekend, followed by 
a bonfire and Saturday night fireworks. 




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SGA • Compass Project • SGA • Compass Project • SGA i 



llangmg out in the OSACS office before a skill-buildmg 
workshop, student coordinator Erin Merrill join.s her fellow 
mentors. The workshops helped students refresh or gain 
the skills needed for key leadership positions, 

® Mentors Kat Stangler and Kathy White work on 

paperwork with Compass Project Supervisor Lea Ziobro. 
With planning, Friday's events made progress towards 
becoming realities. 




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Founded 2002 
22 Members 

Compass 
Project 

remained a new mentorship organization designed for 

MWC's emerging leaders. The project paired freshmen 

with mentors in clubs, organizations and majors that they 

wanted to join. The upperclassmen mentors served as a 

friend and guide in getting the freshmen more aware of 

campus activities. Coordinator Erin Merrill explained 

that they also provided workshops and seminars 

geared toward building student's leadership 

skills. Mentor groups met once a week to 

talk about life, leadership and to attend 

campus activities. 



224 I Organizations 



• Gathered tor the Kickol't of the Bond Referendum 
ands President Anderson, Sara Rainbolt, Lt. Go\emor Tim 
aine and Meredith Johnston. The Bond rallies proved 
iccessful in securine fiinds for the eollesie. 




^ 12 Members 

SQA 
Executive Cabinet 

represented the student body on all matters of joint 

concern between the administration and students. Under 

the leadership of senior Meredith Johnston, they sponsored 

Homecoming, Twilight on the Terrace and also assisted 

with Freshman Orientation. Aside from planning cainpus 

wide activities, the cabinet constantly met with student 

organizations to ensure that all issues and concerns 

had a voice. "I enjoy working with all the 

members of SGA, we all support each other ,. 

and have fim while getting our work 

done," junior Rebecca 

Tumbull said. 



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® Serving as facilitators at the playfair during Freshman 

Orientation Kathleen White, Sara Rainbolt, Lindsay Moorhead. 
kat Stangler, Michelle McKenzie, Meredith Johnston, Rebecca 
Tumbull, Carrie Rehom, Nina Bruno and Maureen Godfi-ey lend a 
helping hand. These smiling faces did wonders for making new 
students feel right at home. 

® Our SGA leaders take a break from their many important 

tasks for a day of fun and group bonding at Kings Dominion. All 
work and no play would make for a very sluggish SGA! 



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Lending a hclpiiiy liand al the registration table. 
sophomore Lauren MaeAt'ee, senior Jessica Tapp and senior 
Aiyssa Croucli enjoy a short reprieve. This became the third 
annual Happy Healthy Me Day sponsored by the Campus 
Scouts. 

O Trying their artistic abihty. Holly White, Lauren 

MacAfee. Laura Root, Aiyssa Couch and Rachel Sederquesl 
paint pouery while enjoying each other's company. 



Founded 1999 

1 5 Members 

Campus Scouts 

aimed to provide students of Mary Washington College 

with a means of identifying with national scouting 

movements and opportunities through fellowship and 

leadership for service within scouting and the college 

community. They met weekly to keep organized. As a 

group they participated in river clean-ups, camping trips 

and painting pottery at Pots & Palettes. They also 

hosted events for local Girl Scouts, such as Happy 

Healthy Me Day where Junior Girl Scouts came 

to learn about fitness, body image, safety 

and nutrition. 




COAR • Rotaract • Campus Scouts • COAR • Rotaract • Campu 




• COAR council and staff niembers dance the Macarena. The club included the 
dance as part of the opening ceremonies IV>r the Make A Difference Day e\ent, 
sponsored by COAR for area children. 

® Worn out. students Jeanette Moses, Lee Anna Yowell, Gina D'Eramo, Dan 

Bouchard. Emily Bente and Jason Echols take a break with kids from the Hope 
House. The Rotaract helped sponsor a Christmas shopping trip to Wal-mart for 
the children. 



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Founded early 1 990 's 
6 Staff Members; 
30+ Council Members; 300-400 Volunteers 



COAR 



Community Outreach and Resources provided students 

with various volunteer opportunities that allowed an 

exchange of service and learning through community 

involvement. COAR exposed members to individual and 

cultural differences while fostering a commitment to action. 

Volunteers worked locally at locations such as the 

Thurman Brisben homeless shelter or the Head Start 

program. They also volunteered in different areas 

through Alternative Break programs vv'ith Habitat- 

for-Humanity. Special events COAR sponsored 

on campus included Make-A-Difference 

Day, Halloween Trick-or- Treating, 

and Into the Streets. 



•!-' Alter hours of manual labor Kcll> \\ alsli, Sarah Dudley, 

.lessica Ratclil'fe and other Mary Washington students take a 
moment to sur\ey their work. CO.AR sponsored an Altemalixe Fall 
Break with Habitat Tor Humanity in Tarboro, N.C.. where students 
helped to eonstruct houses. 

"i Playing dress-up with kids at the Children's Museum of 

Richmond, Scott Ha\elka, Michael Pattie and Ashley Jones have a 
blast. COAR pro\ ided many opportimilies for students to Interact 
with community children ihrouah out the vear. 




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' .After helping the kids from Hope House wrap their 

esents from the Wal-mart shopping trip, Emily Benke and 
ison Echols take a moment to socialize with them. 



Founded 1998 
, ;• 50 Members ( approximate) 

The Rotaract 

maintained their motto of "service above self." To 

follow this motto, the club strived to make a difference 

by doing as much good as possible. They held a meeting 

once a month to stay on top of service opportunities. 

Throughout the year, Rotaract sponsored many service 

events including taking children to the Dinner Theater, the 

Ghostwalk and Zoo, volunteering at local animal shelters, 

participating in the Festival of Trees and hosting 

a Senior Citizen Prom. "There hasn't been one that I 

haven't enjoyed. But if 1 were to pick my favorite 

I would have to say the Senior Citizen's Prom," 

club president Gina D'Eramo said. 



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Founded 1948 
90 Members 

The Baptist 
Student Union 

strived to build community by making disciples for Christ 

and developing Christian leaders. Students gathered every 

Tuesday for their main meeting, Five Alive. Other aspects of 

BSU included leadership training, ministry teams, worship 

and Bible studies. The ministry teams included skit teams, 

chior, sport teams, and a Praise and Worship Band that 

ministered to others on campus and in the local 

community. Through out the year BSU held 

various student retreats. The BSU sponsored 

local, international and summer 

missions programs. 



• During "Back in the Swing" Chris Leddeni, Rachel Keller. Addie 

Bryant and Marj' Mollis gather to talk. BSU sponsored "Back in the 
Swing" at the beginning of fall semester to help members meet new 
students and discuss the past summer. 

9 Seniors Jayme Bristow, Di Dittman, Lisa Haque, Sarah Amick and 

Jennie Hettema gather for pictures. Students went to Eagle Eyrie for a 
state-wide BSl' retreat this fall. 




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C At Supper Seminar, Christine Brown, Father 

Escalante and Erin Home hang-out. Father Escalante 
remained a favorite among the CSA students. 

© BSU students gather to eat dinner before Five Alive. 

Every week students met to fellowship with other 
Chrsitians before Five Alive. 



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9 While participating in I'rban Plunge, CSA students take a breal< 

from their hard work, llrban Plunge, a two day service project in D( last 
Sovember, let students help other people. 




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Founded 1925 (approx) 

Super Seminar 80 Members 

Weekly Mass 300 Attendance 

The Catholic Student 
Association 

purposed to foster and enhance the spiritual, intellectual, 
moral, service and social lives of the MWC students. Two 

big weekly activities sponsored included Mass at St 

Mary's and Supper Seminar. CSA planned fun activities 

ranging from hay rides to ice skating monthly. Students 

also worked to help others with Workcamp and 

Urban Plunge. CSA kept a busy schedule 

including times for Bible Study, prayer 

groups, Prayer and Praise, rosary and 

the Pro-Life group. 




® At CSA's McKenna/ Muldoon Picnic, 

students Mar> Rothlisberger and Liz Sjoberg 
play guitars together. Students enjoyed a 
peaceful picnic near the Rappahannock River. 



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Founded 1 980 approx 

Large Group 300 Attendance 

Small Groups 150-200 Attendance 

InterVarsity 

a Christian club on campus, strived to provide 
fellowship and encouragement to Christian students on 
campus. They ministered through two main sections, Large 
i Group and Small Group. Large Group met every Friday 
i; evening, as students gathered to praise God and learned 
' ways to grow as Christians on campus. Small Groups 
composed of a few students gathered together to study 
the Bible. IV members also found time to have fun 
through sponsored activities such as Krispy Kreme 
,,, runs, putt-putt, capture the flag and movie 
nights. 



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*-' InterVarsity students gather together at Roekhridgc during 

the summer. Summer trips pro\ided cluh meinbers the opportunit\ 
to keep in touch while away fi"om school. 

© During Leadership Retteat, Christina Chan, Abby Keller 
(top), Jen Peterson, Kjistine Heffher, Leah Hays, Rhonda 
Hutchinson (middle), Layton Walker, Teri Johnson and Joy Baile\ 
(bottom) find a minute to relax and enjoy the great outdoors. 
InterVarsity leaders went on an annual retreat to create closer 
relationships and unity to better lead IV. 




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' On a brisk moniing, CCC students 
participate in tlie Help for the Homeless 
walk. Help the Homeless funded 
organizations that work to prevent and end 
homelessness in the Washington 
metropolitan area. 



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CCC 




Students Jason Echols, Katie, Marley Spence and 
Angela Roth gather for Table Talk dinner. CCC 
sponsored Table Talk weekly. 



Founded 1945 v 

50 Attendance (approx) 

The Campus 
Christian Community 

strived to witness the love and power of God in Jesus 

Christ by ministering to students, faculty and staff at 

MWC. They welcomed all people to join them in worship, 

.study, fellowship and service. The CCC also provided a 

forum to explore and question issues of faith and life. At 

the CCC's weekly worship service, meals are provided 

by participating churchs in the community. 

The club also planned fun activities such as 

hiking, volleyball and movies to help students 

relax and have a good time. 



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® The Women of Color ExeculKe Board 
members Portsia Smith, LaShaun Hardy. 
Amal Yesuf. Shemy Caballero. Danielle 
Steele, and Kathy Yoon gather together at 
the Night of Elegance. Student Activities 
cosponsored this annual dance. 




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® The Step Show draws talent from colleges, universities 
and also from the community. Highly anticipated by 
students each year, the show did not lack in energy or crowd 
involvement. 

Dancing the night away in Great Hall these students 
dress to impress in their semi-formal attire. The Night of 
Elegance pro\ ided a much reason to dress up and have flin 
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25 Members 

The Women of 
Color 

brought increased awareness to issues that affect 

minority women. They also strived to promote unity 

among women of different cultural backgrounds, and 

celebrate womanhood together. Under the leadership of 

LaShaun Hardy and Portsia Smith, they achieved their 

goals by sponsoring campus wide events. These 

included the annual Step Show Competition, the 

Men of MWC calendar and the Night of 

Elegance. 



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• The men o\' the MWC calendar recei\ c a round of 

applause and a lilile more recognition for making it into the 
calendar. Pre\aiimg as the biggest fundraiser that Women 
of Color ran. the calendar captured twelve attractive men. 




25 Members 

TheBlads. 
Student Association 

created a fonim for students of all races to learn about 

the cultures and history of African- Americans. They 

addressed the concerns of the African-American 

Community, and also fimctioned as a support mechanism 

for African-American students. They organized various 

events, including the Talent Show. As in previous 

years, they donated all proceeds to a local 

charitable organization. Other cultural 

events included the Kwanzaa Dinner. 



Women of Color • Black Student Association • Women of Color 





® One of the many acts in the Talent Show, this student uses his 

jokes to appeal to the audience's humor. Despite his effoils, a hand 
took away the top cash prize. 

• Choosing to donate all proceeds from the Talent Show to the 

local Homeless Shelter, Vice-President Ted Lewis presents the check to 
a \er\ enthusiastic shelter representative. Remaining another popular 
annual event, acts auditioned just to obtain spots in the show. 



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® Amal Ycsuf chows down as she tells her fellow members 

about her plans tor the next speaker. The ISA often gathered to 
eat dinner and to discuss upcoming club acti\ities. 

• While on a mp to Old Toune, ISA President Amina Shafi 
and Vice President Uzma Enayatulla stop to catch up on all they 
learned that day. Educating themselves about their culture 
remained a good way to get closer with friends who share common 
beliefs. 





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Founded 1996 

25 Members 

ISA 

The Islamic Student Association became a very 

active organization at Mary Washington College. They 

strived to complete their goal of educating the students and 

community about Islam as a growing culture, lifestyle and 

religion. Speakers came and discussed current events, such as 

PalestineAsreal issues and Prayer Workshops. They also 

sponsored an annual Islamic Cultural Week, complete with 

cultural activities, speakers and events about the Islamic 

and Middle Eastern cultures. The club also provided a 

sense of unit\' for Islamic students here at MWC, and 

allowed students to have a place to discuss their 

Islamic faith. 




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one o\' their club acti\ities. ISA enjoyed fmding 
celebrate their heritaae. 



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50 Members 

ASA 

Being a different ethicity sometimes proved difficult 

at college, but the Asian Student Association attempted to 

make it easier for the Asian community here at MWC. The 

mission of their club remained to promote Asian culture 

aroimd campus and to fonn a medium to bring Asian 

students closer and also promote awareness to others. The 

activities of the club ranged from dances, speakers, games, 

performances and Asian food testings. The club also 

held forums about issues dealing with Asian smdents 

and members of the Asian community. They also 

participated in the Club Carnival. 



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® Keeping traditions of tlieir culture ali\e. Sanjana Zaman and 
Shaina Pereira sport traditional Indian wear. Students stn\ed to 
integrate tlieir heritage into their daily hves. 

Members of the ASA sit at a booth to promote their club. Club 
Carnival prevailed as a great opportunity to publicize one's indi\idual club 
and persuade potential members to join. 



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At the Club Carnival, Shannon Berck. Shania Pereira 
and Iman Boukadoum take a break from their recruiting 
activities. The trio discovered the importance of finding 
friends to share common interests with. 



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® Pondering, Janet Cooper attempts to think of a good stor\ for 
tlie Bullet on the boy's basketball team. Getting started with an idt 
often prevailed as one of the most difficult aspects of writing. 

Co-editors in chief Kendra Stolzcnbach and Kelly Koniowsky 
attend a conference in New York to prepare for their leadership 
position. "Working together eased the stress of creating a yearhoi 
and made the experience more enjoyable," Stolzenhach said. 




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^ Previewmg the fmal copy oi the Build before distribution, editor-in- 
chief Julie Slavitski makes sure the paper lives up to her standards. She 
frequently remained the last one around before deadline time, making sure 
production went perfectly. 

• Co-editor-in-chief Kelly Koniowsky takes time out from a conference to go 
toy shopping at FAO Schwartz and pose in front of the giant bear in the front of 
the store. Conferences offered classes on writing, theme, design, photography 
and leadership skills. 



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Founded 1922 
50 Members 

The Bullet 

Every Thursday, newspapers filled the mailroom, 

dining halls and almost every other public area on Mary 

Washington campus. MWC students worked each week to 

produce a quality, informative newspaper each week of the 

semester. The Bullet staff consisted of an editorial staff of ten 

assistant editors and around thirty students enrolled in 

joiimalism practiciom who wrote articles for the paper. The 

Bullet staff worked around the clock each week in order 

to get the paper out on time, writing and editing articles 

that they felt best represented the issues affecting 

the Mary Washington campus. 



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Founded 1913 
22 Members 

BatUefleld 

For many students, coming to the student center and 

obtaining their yearbook at the beginning of each school 

year remained a time to retlect on ftin memories and great 

friends from the previous year. Students experienced "hey I 

remember that" moments and shared laughs. Few saidents 

knew where the yearbook came from. The Battlefield yearbook 

, staff worked all year in order to produce a quality yearbook 

for the student body. Each staff member worked on their 

own individual section, with editors overseeing their 

progress. The yearbook staff strived to provide the 

student body and community with a yearbook 

that they can use to remember the events of 

each year. 



• Staying on deadline sometimes proxes dil'ficult. hut Maria 

Salazar knows that hard work pays off in the end. "Domg student 
Hfe enables me to learn about the different e\ents and people on 
campus," Salazar said. 




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• Assistant Photo Editor Worth Stokes re\iews all of the pictures 

she took on her digital camera, trying to decide which one to use in the 
story for the Bullet. Finding a good picture made all the difference in 
creating a successful issue. 



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3 Getting ready to hit the slopes, students feel the excitement 

surrounding a busy day of skiing. The Tret; club sponsored a sl;i trip to| 
Sc\en Springs, Pennsyhania. in January. [ 




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• After a long day on the slopes, seniors Wynne 

Patrick and Nancy Clark rela-\ on a ski lift. .Athletes 
enjoyed combining exercise and spending time with 
ftiends on trips. 



Founded early 1990's 
1 50 Members (approx) 

Trek Club 

provided the Mary Washington College student 
body with outdoor adventure trips throughout the school 
year. Activities varied from local to overnight trips afar. 
Athletic ventures that the club embraced included 
skiing, backpacking, horseback riding, kayaking, 
Whitewater rafting, paintballing, hiking, 
rock climbing and snow tubing. The club also found 
entertainment at the local maize maze. "My favorite 
thing about Trek Club 
is experiencing extreme activities and 
meeting lots of new people!" co- 
president Wynne Patrick said. 



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20 Members (approx) 

Equestrian Club 

aimed to involve students in horse related activities 
and events regardless of their level of experience and 
expertise. For planning purposes, the group met monthly. 
The club sponsored trips to various horse events throughout 
the year such as the Washington International Horse 
Show, the Montpillar Hunt Races, and the 
Middleburg Classic Horse Show. The club also 
embarked upon a fox hunting trip and a trail ride. "Even 
though we had to get up before six on a Saturday 
morning, the fox hunting was well worth it! 
Nothing beats galloping across the 
countryside!" junior Emily Florio 
said. 





O Anxious to begin tlie hum. Gigi Beier and licr iiorse prepare for an 

enjoyable tbx hunt. Fox hunting pre\ ailed as one of many actual riding activities 
sponsored b\ the [Equestrian club. 

© Equestrian Cluh members enjoy the Washington International Horse 

show. The group tra\elled to the MCI Center for the event. The club saw events 
such as children's barrel racing, junior professional costume jumper, and pony 
hunter. 



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Looking fon\ard to a fun day of Whitewater rafting on the 
L ppcr Gauley Riser, ambitious attendees take a moment to come 
together. The Trek Club sponsored the trip o\er Fall Break. 

• All suited up, students and their horses prepare to begin 

the fox hunt. Fox hunting gave many riders a chance to 
experience something very different than riding in a ring. 




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9 Showing more skill than his opponent 
Mike Housman wins the face-off giving his 
team control of the puck. This served as a 
promising start to the first game ever plavi 
for the MWC Hockey Club. 




Fencing • Ice Hockey • Fencing • Ice Hockey • Fencing 



® Under the watchful eyes of numerous fans, a MWC 
player moves the puck out of his defensive zone. Just 
seconds earlier goalie David Dalton made a save preventing 
the other team from scoring. 

• Huddled around their coach, the members of the hockey 
team meet between periods to discuss their game strategies. 
These meetings proved helpful in providing the players with 
direction once on the ue 




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recently became a new club sport and quickly 
gained popularity. Interested members formed the team 
because they wanted to have the opportunity to play hockey 
in college. The purpose of the club centered around having a 
competitive hockey team with which to play against other col- 
leges. It also provided ways for everyone in the college to 
learn the game of hockey and have a hockey team to cheer 
for. In order to involve more students in the sport of hockey, 
the ice hockey team sponsored broom hall nights at 
Fredericksburg Ice Park for all who wanted to attend. 
"I play hockey for the love of the game. I have 
been playing since I was 8 and just love to 
be around it," Mike Housman said. 



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• Going over drills during a Friday nighl practice, fencing club 
nemhers make sure they have the correct form. "Fencing teaches 
'ou honor, respect and self discipline. It's a great way of meeting 
leople." freshman Helen Chong said. 




Founded 1999 
jiL 65 Members 

Fencing 

did not always receive the coverage it deserved in 

the media, but it remained a sport requiting much 

dedication and skill. The Mary Washington Fencing Club 

met three days a week in the auxiliary gym to study and 

compete in Olympic Style fencing. They also hosted and 

attended tournaments, had movie nights, held cook outs and 

participated in the annual Renaissance Fair. During the 50's 

MWC offered fencing as a class, but administration later 

cancelled it. Tlie club started in the early 90"s, and finally 

received a lot of support in 1 999. 



Ice Hockey • Fencing • Ice Hockey • Fencing • Ice Hockey 





' Showing off their much practiced form, Alex Bond and Erik 
Boyers compete against one another while dressed in full fencing 
attire. Fencing required a lot of dedication to master, but these 
students have nearly perfected their skills. 

• While preparing to practice, Laura Root and Paula Singson put 
on their protective gear to ensure they receive no injuries. "It has 
been an incredible experience watching the club grow over the past 
four years. We have become a family, and a competitive team. 
We"ve surprised everyone. The club has hterally changed fencing 
in Virginia forever, and I wish them all the luck and fim in the 
world for the future. Fencing is an incredible rush. People talk 
about the runner's high, the thrill of touching home plate, or the 
excitement of a touchdown.. .It's nothing like the rush of the last 
louche," senior president Michelle Corey said. 



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With a perfect spiral, the football player throws the ball to 
his teammate. Members of the club customarily played on the 
fields behind Goolrick. 

Crouching with their hands in front of them, the dance 
team prepares to dazzle the audience with their next mo\c. The 
girls practiced an average of twice a week, and met more otten 
before perfonnances. 




Intermural Sports • Dance Team • Intermural Sports • Dance Team 



® .Stepping back with a ball in hand, a flag football fanatic a\oids the 

opposing team. Each player wore two removable flags on their bell for the 
team to pull as a substitute to tackling. 

9 Sprinting down the court wuh the ball, a basketball player gauges the 

distance between hunscll and the net. Intermural basketball games occupied 
many evenings during the week, with toumaments also held on Sundays. 





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Sports 

Over the course of the academic year, all students had the 

opportunity to participate in a variety of sports in a competitive 

yet laid back environment. Soccer teams took the field in early 

fall, followed by tlag football. Second semester took the 

sports inside, as basketball occupied many months. Both 

single sex and coed teams formed and competed 

accordingly. Each season began with general games 

and led to a tournament style competition. Students 

acted as officials for the games. Intermural 

sports provided exercise and fun for 

athletes with a range of interests 

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Founded 2000 
18 Members 

Dance Team 

Completely student run, the Dance Team strived to 

entertain the college while increasing school spirit at home 

sporting events. They performed at the homecoming soccer 

game, along with the numerous basketball games in the 

spring semester. The dancers created their routines and 

then voted to select perfomiances for specific games. In 

order to learn new routines, the team dedicated 

themselves to hours of practice several times a week, 

more before big events. The dance team auditioned 

girls for each new dance, giving all students the 

opportunity to participate in this up and 

coming team. 



C Hands held hchiiid Ihcir backs and chins up, Ihc 

dance team proiidU walks onto the field lor a 
perfonmanee. They entertained tlie crowd during 
halftime on Homecomina weekend. 




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• Simultaneously executing a intricate dance routine, members of 

the dance team perfonn on Homecoming weekend. K'ntirelv student 
led. they also choreographed their own routines. 



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16 Members 

Terrapins 

Synchronized 

SAAminiing 

The oldest club at MWC, the Terrapins continued to strive 

for excellence in synchronized swimming. The team, made up 

of two competing teams of eight girls each, practiced routines 

five days a week. Throughout spring semester, the team 

traveled to various meets around the country. The team 

competed in regionals at the University of Florida and 

also in Nationals at the University of Arizona. 

Aside Irom routines, the team demonstrated 

complete figures or basic elements in 

each competion. 



® Supported by arm strength alone, this swinimer 
performs a hybrid in the course of the routine. The team 
did not touch the bottom of the pool at any point. 

G Mandie Corri\ eau and Rarla Brooks show off their 
ballet legs in their Top Gun routine. They continually 
practiced basic elements such as this, as they proved intregal 
in constructing difTicull routines. 




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• Swimming to the cheerleading team 
routine, the girls perform a pairs figure. The 
team practiced five days a week, combining 
aerobic workouts with strength training. 




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9 Concentrating on their intricate lift. Suzanne Mirahello and 
Suzanne Lewis prepare for the spring open floor performance. 
Held each seinester, it fostered a more informal atmosphere in 
which the students cxpermiented with a variety of styles. 

<J Intent on appealing to the emotions of the viewer, Patrice 
Riley and Lindsay Briggs use close body positions and angles 
illustrate feelings. Rehearsal took place in the Goolrick dance 
studios at scheduled times each week. 




Performing Arts • Synchronized Swimming • Performing Arts 




girls concentrates on each detail. Portia Cooper 

choreographed the piece entitled Prayer for the Children. 



Founded 1997 
50 Members 

Performing Arts , 
Club 

Founded after the elimination of the dance major, the club 

strived to create an outlet for dance to the student body. The 

club provided opportimities for students to take and teach 

classes, perform and choreograph. Every semester, students 

prepared for their main show. Elaborate lighting and 

costuming added to the ambiance of the show. Dancers 

auditioned for available spots. While rehearsals 

occurred weekly, full club meetings only 

happened prior to the shows. 



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- In\oice strolls down campus walk. In Ihc tlill, they sung at 

freshman domts to reertnt new members into their male singing 
group. 

'- Members of Invoice enjoy a break before performing at 
Mary Baldwin College. Charm, MBC's all female a cappella 
;jroup. honored Invoice as guest performers at their concert in 





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Founded 2001 
15 Members '^ 

Invoice 

purposed to provide male MWC students the 

opportunity to perform a cappella music both on and off 

campus. In short, guys with good voices go around 

singing without background music and having fim. 

Invoice preformed at Family Weekend, the Mr. MWC 

Contest, school-sponsored activities and as guests at Mary 

Baldwin College. "Invoice is awesome because it is laid 

back and totally geared towards entertaining the 

audience. We take our music seriously and we work 

hard, but in the end, it's all about how much fun we 

have making music without any instruments" 

Invoice President Kevin Boyd said. They 

also planned to release a CD this 

year. 



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Founded 1991. 

12 Members 

Symfonics 

involved a male and female a cappella group that sung 

covers of popular songs. They held meetings three 

times a week to practice and perfect their repertoire. 

This talented group performed many concerts and aimed 

to entertain their audiences. The Symphonies performed in 

schools all over Virginia, Maryland. Delaware and North 

Carolinia. "The thing I enjoy most about Symfonics is 

how well everyone gets along and how it shows 

when we perform. We like to have a 

lot of fun!" member Diana Daley said. 



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During pi'acncc. Zach L")anicl. Andrcv\' Spaulding and 
Christine Brown look over pictures and notes. The Symfonics 
practiced three limes weekly. 

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together. At the beginning of fall, they went to 
the lake to have fun and plan the upcoming year. 



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-' Cheap Seats President Erin Merrill counts the 

money made from one viewing. The club utilized grants 
from Student Activities to bring these movies to campus. 




Founded 1998 
30 Members 

Cheaps Seats 
Cinema 

provided newly released blockbuster movies in Dodd 

Auditorium approximately ten weekends each semester. These 

quality movies entertained and educated the student body, and 

cost them only one dollar. They cosponsored movie events 

with organizations such as Class Council, SGA, Honor 

Council and PRISM in order to bring students specially 

themed programming for Drive-ln movies and honor 

week. Monthly they provided eight themed movies 

to the Mary Washington on-campus 

community through MWCtv, chaimel 27. 



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•a Hard at work selling tickets to a long line of students, these club 

members enjoy bringing quality entertainment to campus at a low cost. 
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• Drawing students to their table with a movie poster raffle, 
Tracy Hamm and Erin Merrill answer questions about Cheap 
Seats. The club used the winter club cami\al tii build more 
student support. 

• Buymg a ticket for a Saturday night show, this student beats 
the rush. Tickets for everyone attending cost just one dollar. 





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vi' Captivating his audience with witty dialogue, sophomore DJ Russ 

entertains the campus each Friday evening for two hours. Radio show times 
changed each semctcr and depended on the discretion of the host. 

'9 Adjusting the sound levels on the board as he talks, sophomore DJ Ethan 
Fenichel requests his listeners to call in. Each DJ had the option of choosing the 
type of music and order in which they plaved it. 



Founded 1946 
30-40 Members 

WMWC Radio 

Every day of the week, WMWC, Mary Washington's 

own radio station, sent out radio waves across campus. At 

the beginning of each semester, the DJ's met to set up a show 

schedule, and then held the responsibility for doing their show 

at the appropriate time each week. Because of past difficulties 

some students have had in maintaining a connection with 

the station, the station began airing vocally on MWC 

channel 27 at select times. The mission of the station 

allowed students to gain knowledge in all aspects of 

the radio and broadcast area while exposing the 

campus to independent, underground and 

lesser-known radio shows. 




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'3 Two commuter students voice their opinions 

on the constant parking issues. This meeting 
brought new options to the table and reviewed the 
current policies. 



All Commuters are members 

The Commuter 
Student Association 

represented commuting students to the campus community, 

the administration and the Fredericksburg community. They 

strived to sponsor events and publications that address the 

issues faced by commuters. These included the Commuting 

Student Handbook and Directory, Fall and Spring BBQ's, 

and an Off-Campus Living Fair. The club held monthly 

meetings to address concerns such as parking and 

the need for locations where commuting 

students can go between classes. 



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The 



24 Members 

Assodation of 
Residence Halls 

carried out their mission statement to the fullest extent. 

President Rebecca Tumbull ensured that the ARH became the 

voice and Uaison between the residents, administration and 

residence Ufe. In order to promote a cooperative system for 

the general welfare of MWC, they sponsored a wide variety 

of activities including Friday Night Dry, Powder Puff 

Football and Appreciation Week. They also worked in 

conjunction with COAR for Make a Diiference Day, 

the College RepubUcans for the Mr. MWC 

contest and provided much assistance in 

movinsr in the freshmen. 





O Officers Meagan Lindsay. Tasha Martin and Rebecca Tumbull of the 

ARH en|oy themseUes at the Gainesville aliport with a University of Flonda 
Gator. This concluded a highly successful conference in Flonda. 

Whip cream Twister provides endless fun for students at Friday Night 

Dry. Combined with other carnival games, including the Doughnut Eating 
Contest, this event successfully offered numerous alternatives to drinkins. 



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Hard at work, senior Kathy White grills hot dogs and 
hamburgers for hungry students. Though spon.sored by the 
Commuter Student Association, the BBQ drew both commuters 
and residents. 

• The clean up crew prepares to disassemble the games 

used in Friday Night Dry. They also included an auction to raise 
money. 




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• Members of the College Republicans make ribbons for 
their fellow students to wear in support of their cause. Visual 
symbols prevailed as a great and easy way to get their point 
across. 

• Through membership in the College Republicans, club 

members have the opportunity to socialize with students 





Republicans 



Democrats 



80 members 
Founded in 1998 

College 
Republicans 

Promoting the Republican platform remained the 

purpose of the College Republicans, as well as learning and 

studying current events and participating in community 

service. Their major activities included the production of 

the Mr. MWC contest, a fundraiser for a local charity and 

a debate with the Human Rights Club on Iraq. They also 

organized a support the troops rally in conjunction 

with the Fredericksburg Republican party. 




• The College Republicans take the opportunity to voice their opii 

a recent demonstration. The members held up signs and told all who wouh 
why we should go to war. 



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150 members 
Founded in 2002 



College 
Democrats 



The College Democrats aimed to help educate people about 

the Democratic cause and to help elect Democrats into office 

through grassroots activism. TTieir activities included 

campaign invasions and peace protests against the war in / 

Iraq. They also participated in the Annual Virginia 

Young Democrats Convention. They recently earned 

the prestigious title of YYD Club of the Year. 



taking a stand in politics 




These MWt' represenlalivcs of tlic Young Democrats 
n a lot about the political process at the Virginia 
Democrats Convention. 



Tliese girls go to the YYDC convention to leam about what 
It lakes to become a presidential candidate. .Xttendance to 
conventions educated political activists about future career 
opportunities. 



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Mary Washington virtues included variety and 
individuality, as apparent from the many clubs we had on 
campus. Athletic students enjoyed clubs, such as fencing, 

flag football, dance and synchronized swimming. These 

sports became increasingly popular as students got involved 

in new activities. We also had clubs for those who wanted to 

express their cultural heritage, such as the Islamic Student 

Association and the Black Student Association. Students 

interested in government and politics joined clubs such as 

the Student Government Association and the College 

Republicans or Democrats. Clubs existed for 

everyone, no matter their interests, hobbies, and 

skills. 





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(peeking over the covers and beyond the edge of her toft a senior 
toohjn attthe details of her room on her finaC morning as a 
student. Leaning Sach^against herpifCow before making the 
effort to descend the [adder and prepare for graduation, she 
reflected on her past year at schooi Her pictures scattered over 
the waffs of her room reminded her of numerous friends made, 
some worthy of keeping for a fifetime. T^he ever present hum of 
her computer triggered memories of [ate nights spent working on 
papers and projects, efforts a[[[eading up to the day ahead. She 




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carried a metxtnclioCy feeRng with her 
as she reatized that she woutd never 
return to these moments in her [ife; 
Sut she aCsofeft a hint of excitement 
growing as the day's events drew 
doser. Kjiowing that she aCready 
carried a[[ she needs for the future due 
to the preparation over the past four 
years, she sCowCy cfimSedout of 6ed 
ready to face the day, and the worCd 





IncfivicfuaCs went over and beyond 
their previous ^oxvCedge as tHey 
entered a new and exciting 
environment. Jis tfiey advanced 
their education, they embarked on a 
journey of setf discovery. Learning 
how to be independent and ; 

responsibfe proved chaCfenging as | 
individuals prepared for [ife beyond 
the coCCege gates, through 
overwheCming scheduCes fufC of 
campus events and rigorous 
coursewor^ students strived 
toward their future aspirations. J^s 
individuals matured over the four 
years of coikge, they encountered 
new struggles that taught them 
vatuabte [ife lessons. 9{ew 
ej(periences aCCowed them to go over 
and beyond their goals and obtain 
academic, athtetic, exi^racurricutar 
and personal success. 



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As seniors advanced through their final year as an undergraduate, they encountered important decisions. 
Seniors faced entry into the real world beyond the college community. As students, seniors explored a course 
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they turned to their 
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Relatives shared their personal experiences with upcoming graduates to provide support. Seniors also turned 
to their fellow students for assistance. Gatliering with friends became a temporary stress relief Friends shared 
their experiences in an attempt to gain comfort from individuals going through the same difficulties. Seniors 
tried to go beyond the overwhelming burden of future decisions and enjoy their last semester with the friends 
and faculty members they grew to love and respect. 



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Overly excited, Erin Williams. Ashley- 
Harrington and Diana Tisinger pause to share a 
moment together. Friends took advantage of ev- 
ery opportunity to spend time with each other 
before graduation. 

Feeling read\ to party. KaraNeviackas and 
Lindsa\ Bland prepare to spend the night relax- 
ing. Seniors eased their stresses about their fu- 
tures by planning social events to make the most 
out of their final year as college undergraduates. 



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Congratulations Chellie! 

We are so proud of you. 

Love, 

Mom and Dous 




Congratulations 

"Cosmic Child." From 

Atlantic to Pacific, you 

now stand secure on the 

shores of your ultimate 

voyage. We wish you 

fair winds. 

Love, 

Mom and Dad 




Congratulations on a job 

well done! Much success in 

all your future endeavors. 

Good Luck! Your childhood 

dreams await. We love you 

and are so proud. 

Love, 

Dad, Mom, Lydia & Chips 





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Nicole-- 
From your first day of Pre-School at Sugar-N-Spice to graduation 

from MWC, you will always be the big sister and we are very 

proud of you. You'll make a great teacher and we wish you love, 

luck, and happiness always! 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, and Brian 



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Congratulations 

Martin! 

Good school; 

Good friends; 

Good times! 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, Felicity, 

Nicola & Victoria 




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Mow and Dad 




Rachel, 
Congratulations! Your hard work has 
paid off. We couldn't be more proud. 
You are an outstanding person! You 
have always been a source of joy and 
we thank God for you. Keep putting 
your faith in God and you'll be able to 
face any challenge. 
We Love You! 
Mom and Dad 




Kristin Elizabeth Gordon 

"Whatever you can do or dream you 

can, begin it. 

Boldness has genius, magic and 

power in it" -Goethe 

"Be the change you wish to see in the 

world" -Ghandi 

"For where your treasure is, there also 

will your heart be" -Luke 1 2:34 

With Love, 
Mom, Dad, Leif, and Andrew 



Lauryn, 

Remember those first days at Alvey? It 

feels like it was only yesterday. You worked 

hard, had fun and developed many great 

friendships. We thank your friends for 

helping you through the tough times and we 

thank you for making us proud! 

Congratulations 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, Brian & Tim 







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Congratulations 

Jess! You're made 

your dreams come 

true. We're very 

proud of you. 

Love, 
Mom & Dad 




The Family is proud 

of all that you have 

accomplished and 

especially the fine 

man that you are. 

We wish you much 

luck and success. 

Mom, Dad and 

Lucinda 


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After all these years... the sparkle 
in your eyes is still there. May it 

remain with you all of your life 
and may the road rise up to meet 

you and the wind be always at 
your back... 







Ever since you launched your academic career at 

pre-school, you aimed high and excelled in all the 

activities you carried out. You always accomplished 

your work to perfection with full interest, love and 

dedication. We are very proud of your outstanding 

performance throughout the four years at MWC. 

CONGRATULATIONS on your graduation! 

Love always and our best wishes for a future full of 

happiness and success. 

Mum and Dad 




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We are so very proud of you. 

Congratulations on all you've 

done to accomplish this goal. 

Music, cross-country, academics- 

you have done it all and best of all 

with a positive attitude and a 

wonderful personality. We'll love 

you forever and like you for 

always! 

Mom, Dad, Annie & Fig 



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The Baby and Dance- My songs to 

you as you will always be my baby 

and I hope you always dance. I hope 

all your dreams come true. You are a 

wonderful young lady who has the 

world at her fingertips- REACH! I'm 

very proud of you! 

Mom 





We hope you will 

develop the best in 

yourself, have pride in 

who you are and in the 

heritage from which you 

come. We love you. 

Mom, Dad, Andrew, 

Eisenhower, Madison 

& Harvey 



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Kimberly, 
So many memories... 
So many proud moments... 
You continue to dazzle us with your 
strenth of character, commitment, 
and grace under pressure. Con- 
gratulations on your graduation. 
With pride, joy, and always love. 
Mom and Dad 



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Alicia, 

How quickly the years have gone 

by! We remember your first day of 

grammar school - it was just this 

morning. Now college is over. 

Your adventure continues with us 

now watching from the sidelines. 

Soar high and go for it. 

You are the person you promised us 

you would be. 

Mom, Dad, Johnny 




To: Kathleen "Kat" 
Congratulations! Great Job! We are 
all so proud of you! You are a won- 
derful daughter, sister and friend. 
Wishing happiness and success! 
Love Always, 
Mom, Dad, and Brendan 





Dear Katie, 
Congratulations on your graduation. We are so proud of 

all your accomplishments. May you continue to do 

everything with enthusiasm and kindness. We wish you a 

long and happy life! 

Love, 

Mom and Dad 





Congratulations Aisha! 

You've done it again, 

We love you, 

Mom and Dad 




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Life has taken us many places. Enjoy the 

adventures ahead. We wish you the best 

always. We're proud of you! 

Love, 

Mom and Dad 




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You did it! Congramlations! We're 
so proud ot vou and your accom- 
plishments. You've worked hard, and 
you deserve the success you've 
achieved. 
"Go confidently in die direction of 
your dreams. Live the Ute vou have 
imagined." -Thoreau 

We love }-ou, 
Mom & Dad 




Nicole, 

Graduation is a great day for you - 

and for us too! We are proud of your 

accomplishments at Mary Washington 

and want to acknowledge your hard 

work, especially your dedication to 

music and German. You are our pride 

and joy... 

Congratulations! 

Love, 
Mom and Dad 



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Christopher, 

Congratulations! 

We are so proud of you. 

Love Ya, 

l^om and Dad 



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Kristy, 

I always knew you'd be a wonderful writer. I 

am so proud of all your hard work and your 

success at MWC. 

Mom 




Congratulations Rebecca 
Leigh King. I am very proud 

of your many 

accomplisliments and of the 

woman you have become. 

My love, 

Mom 



Sweet Melissa, our adorable Me-ants, Keeper of boosies, has 

grown into a beautiful, intellgent woman. You cried over 

timed tests yet earned a mathematics degree. We are so 

proud of you. Go out and conquer the world, honey. 

All our love for your future. 

Mom, Dad, Eric, Heidi and Laura 





"KATINA" 

"WHERE SHALL WE SEE 
A BETTER DAUGHTER, 
OR A KINDER SISTER, 
OR A TRUER FRIEND?" 

JANE AUSTEN 




YOU ARE AS BEAUTIFUL 
ON THE INSDIE, AS YOU 
ARE ON THE OUTSIDE! 



WHEREVER YOU GO, YOU WILL ALWAYS 

TAKE A PART OF MARY WASHINGTON 

COLLEGE WITH YOU! 



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To David, 

May all of 

your dreams 

be realized. 

We're so 
proud of you! 

Love, 
Mom and Dad 




From nursery school to 

MWC, What a joy to be 

part of your journey. 

We are very proud of 

you! May all your 

dreams come true. 

Love, 

Dad, Mom, Pattie and 

Meggie 




H= hard-working 
E= energetic 
A= attractive 
T= talented 
H= Heaven-sent 
E= ever-persistent 
R= Republican 

We love you! Congratulations! 
Mom & Dad 




Karen Tinklepaugh 

From the beginning your smile has lighted up 

our life. You have grown into a wonderful 

person. We are very proud of you and your 

accomplishments. As you start out on your 

next journey, remember that we love you! 

Reach for the stars! 

Love. 

Mom, Dad, and Kathryn 




Valerie 

The baby that we used to know. 

Has somehow slipped away. 

And when or where you will go. 

Not one of us can say. 

Your study and growth over the years. 
Have made us swell with pride. 

We will always love you dear. 

The future is yours to decide. 
Mom, Dad, and Audrey with much love 




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Gina, 
PROUD, does not adequately describe 
what we are of you! You have success- 
fully closed this chapter of your life and 
are moving on to the next. Wherever 
life leads you; we are confident that you 
will use the same determination, strength 

and fortitude that you have applied 

throughout your life. We love you and 

will always be here for you. 

Mom, Dad, Christine and Julianne 




We are so proud of you 

and what you have 

accomplished. Your 

future is bright and your 

goals and dreams are at 

your fingertips. 

We love you! 

Mom and Dad 






WAY TO GO RANDALINO!! 

Randy, since the day you were bom, you've 

been a delight 
Always upbeat and in motion, reaching new 

heights. 
No one could guess that through sports, 

church and scouts 
Developed a fine man, conquering the world 

without a doubt. 
You are our shining star and we love you so 

much! 



Congratulations! 

Lots of Loves, Hugs, and Kisses 

Daddy, Mommy, Gregory, Amanda, 

G'Ma, Pop-Pop, Tomba, Jerry-Bear 

and Emma 





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Elizabeth, 

We're proud of you! 

Love, 

Mom & Kenny 




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PAM 

"The future belongs to those who 

believe in the beauty of their dreams.' 

Eleanor Roosevelt 

Never Stop Dreaming!!!! 

We are very proud of you 

Congratulations and Good Luck 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, Hope and 

Christian 





"Greatness is not in where we 

stand, but in what direction we 

are moving." 

OHver Wendell Holmes 

Gina, some people dream of 
success, you have worked hard 

for it. Congratulations, we 

love you and are proud of you. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad and Anthony 






Dear Barbara- 

'Qo confidently in the direction 

of your dreams. Live the life 

you've imagined " Thoreau 

Our Love, 

I^om and Chris 




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Jennifer! 

Since that first daring jump 

out of your crib, it has been 

thrilling watching your 

victories! 

Congratulations! 

Mom and Dad 





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"Parents can only give good advice or put then on the right 
path, but the final forming of a person's character lies in their 

own hands." Anne Frank 
We knew when you were a small child that you were special. You have 
grown up to be a bright and caring person with a definite vision for your 
future. We couldn't be prouder of you than we are. We love you with 
all our hearts and know you will accomplish whatever goals you set for 

yourself in life. 

CONGRATULATIONS! 

All Our Love, Mom and Dad 



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Congratulations Bobby! 

We are so proud of yon. May yon find happiness 

in eveiy direction your paths take yon. 

Love. 

Moinmv and Daddv 




Meg, 

We are so proud of you. 

Congratulations! 

Love, 

Dad, Mom, and Matt 



A Child's A Treasure... You've 

Made Us Rich 

We're enormously proud of 

you, your confidence, your 

choices, your insight. These 

gifts will enrich your life. You 

can do anything. Try, we're 

behind you if you need a push 

or to catch you if you fall. 

Sit Pretty, Stand Tall. 

Love, 

Mom & Dad 





Brian, 

"To laugh t)tlc'n and much; to win 
the respect of intelligent people and 
the affection of children; to earn the 

appreciation of honest critics and 
endure the betra\ al of false friends; 
to appreciate beaiit\ ; to find the best 
in others; to leave the world a bit 

better... This is to have succeeded." 
Author Unknown 



Trust in the Lord, "For I know the plans 

I have for you... plans to prosper 

you and not harm you, plans to 

give you hope and a future." 

Jeremiah 29:11 

We are proud of you! 

Love, 

Mom and Dad 





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Congratulations to 

our Phi Beta Kara! 

We could not be 

more proud of your 

accomplishments. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, Kristin, 

Andrew and Dan 




We cannot believe how fast it's all gone by. N( 

family could be prouder. Keep smiling that 

beautiful smile. 

Love, 

Dad, Mom, Doug, and Sarah 




Katy, 
Your smile warms our fiearts and lights 
up our lives. As you enter this new 
stage of your life, be open to the 
possibilites, and the effect you have on 
the lives of others. Pursue your pas- 
sion, stay happy, and trust God. 
Phil. 1:6 
Love, 
Dad, Mom, and Andrew/ 







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years at Mary 




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COrVGRATULATIOIVS 
SENIORS! 

We will miss you, but 
always remember: 

"We all take different paths in life, but 

no matter where we go, we take a little 

of each other everywhere." 

—Tim McGraw 



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Abbott, Dana 


72 


Abel, Lindsey 


116 


Abmtourched, Rola 


148, 2 


Ackerman, Chtistopher 


148 


Ackermanti, Ernest 


72 


Adams, Danielle 


86 


Adams, Joanna 


133 


Adams, Lonnie 


116 


Adera, Taddesse 


72 


Adis, Cory 


86 


Adkins, Katrina 


86 


Adriance, Dena 


65, lit 


Afeal, Mohammad 


133 


Agee, Jennifer 


86 


Agee, Kirsten 


86. 20 


Agegnuhu, Seblevvongel 148 


Aghdasi-asl, Faranak 


234 


Aiani, Lynn 


133 


Airhiavbere, Osasu 


39 


Akhtar. Sobia 


116 


Alaimo, Bernardo 


116 


Alberts, Bonnie 


133 


Alberts, Todd 


148 


Albright, Erin 


148 


Alem, Farhang 


148 


Alexander, Karen 


148 


Alfaro, Mario 


133 


Alfred, Nadra 


133 


All, Mana 


133, 2 


All, Vanessa 


148, 2 


Allen, Ahava 


148 


Allen, Corirme 


133 


Allen, Dana 


86 


Allen, Darin 


133 


Allen, Justin 


148 


Allen, Kathryn 


116 


Allen, Kelly 


22, 13- 


Allen, Owen 


1 16 


Allison, Noriko 


148 


Allison, Sara 


133 


Allmendinger, Shannon 


133 


AUsbrook, Kelly 


148.2 


Altman, Mark 


133 


Altscher, Aaron 


31, IS 


Amato, Jessica 


133, 2 


Ambuel, David 


72 


Ameen, Linda 


69, 72 



Amick. Sarah 
Aminrazavi, Mehdi 
Amirpashaie, Kathryn 
Amis, Jessica 
Amiss, Sara 
Ammann, Jennifer 
Amnathvong, Vitto 
Amos, Sara 
Amponsah, Linda 
Amrod, Chnstopher 
Amumo, Litza 
Anderson, Alison 
Anderson, Catherine 
Anderson, Dawn 
Anderson, Jillian 
Anderson, Katharine 
Anderson, Kathryn 
Anderson, Katie 
Anderson, Kristen 
Anderson, Megan 
Anderson, Melissa 
Anderson. WilHam 
Andon, Avery 
Andrew, L. Bowman 
Andrews, Rachel 
Andrews, William 
Angel, Lisa 
Angus. Kelly 
Anolik, Allison 
Anthony, Katina 
Appleby, Sarah 
Applegate, Morgan 
Applelon, Jeremiah 
Arce. Denise 
Arce. Sandy 
Archibald, Daniel 
Archibald, Meghan 
Ardrey, Janet 
Armstrong, Whitney 
Arnold, Carla 
Arnold, Matthew 
Arnold, Pam 
Arrington, Kathleen 
Arrington. Malesia 
Amngton. Michael 
Arrowood. Autumn 
Arsala, Manisha 
Arsenault, Danick 
Aruch, Matthew 
Ascari, Clavio 
Ashby, Louise 
Ashlev. Vireinia 




Association of Residence Halls First Kow - Dawn Fike. Meagan Lindsay. Amanda Nelson. 
Susan Deedrick. Julia Kroner. Second Row- Thomas Shuck. Meghan Revelle, Almeda McMullen, Elizabeth 
Meeks, Jennifer Kern, Beth Cullen, Third Row- Kent Barnes. Miguel Laygo, Russell Friedell, Daniel Correa, 
Benjamin Franklin, Jeff Holmes. Ann-Marie Williams, John Dane Whitworth. David Hunsberger, Dan 
Bouchard, Stephen Dudley, Kelli G'Quinn. Evan Steinberg 



Astley, Kathryn 
Atalay. Bulent 
Atherton, Amber 
Atkins. Donna 
Atkinson, Heather 
Atkinson, Lanssa 
Atkinson. Virginia 
Atwell-Vasey, Wendy 
Aubee. Michelle 
Aufill, Anna 
Aultman, Pamela 
Aumento, Allan 
Auntiliani, Elena 
Austin, Elizabeth 
Austin. Johanna 
Aversano. Katherine 
Avruch, Elizabeth 
Ayers, Elizabeth 
Ayres. Ellen 
Azukas, Emily 



B^ 



Baber, Zachary 
Baer. Adam 
Bailey, Christopher 
Bailey, Joy 
Bailey, Sara 
Bair, Kevin 
Baird. Katherine 
Bairley, Dan 
Baise. Andrew 
Baker. Angela 
Baker, Brian 
Baker. Chalsea 
Baker, Lisa 
Baker, Matthew 
Baker, Meghan 
Baker, Scott 
Baker, Tnstan 
Bales, James 
Balfrey-Boyd. Brevin 
Balkus, Lauren 
Ball, Taylor 
Ballard, Cara 
Ballard, Jesse 
Banister, Alcia 
Bankos, Jared 
Barbir, Rachad 
Barbre, Brian 
Barbuto. Kathryn 
Barker, Jason 
Barley, Luke 
Bamabi, Rebecca 
Barnes, Adrienne 
Barnes, Cheisey 
Barnes, John 
Barnes. Nell 
Bamuni, Kirsten 
Barra, Rosemary 
Barron, Michael 
Barthelemy. Cathenne 
Barton, Dennis 
Barton, Enc 
Bartram, Kevin 
Basile, Stephanie 
Basil, Nada 
Basken'ille. Sean 
Bass, Elizabeth 
Bass, Michael 
Batky, Brett 
Baxley, Kelin 
Baylor. Mary 
Bayne, Erin 
Bayne. Ryan 
Beaton, Lindsay 
Beatty, Nicole 
Beaulieu, Ryan 
Beavers, Benton 
Beavers. Jessica 



148. 170. 212 



Beazer, Cathenne 
Beck, Catesby 
Beck, John 
Becker, Matthew 
Becraft, Kimberly 
Bednash, Steven 
Beebe, Elizabeth 
Beekman, David 
Beeman, Jason 
Behrens, Caitlin 
Behrens. Kristen 
Beier. Jennifer 
Beierschmitt, Stefanie 
Beliveau, Mary 
Bell, Jermifer 
Bellacicco, Adam 
Benabdallah, Adam 
Bendixen, Diana 
Bendl, Maribeth 
Benere, Lauren 
Benito, Mario 
Benke, Emily 
Bennett, Harlan 
Bermett, Paige 
Bennett, Todd 
Bente, Emily 
Benton. Allison 
Benzing, Lauren 
Berck, Shannon 
Bergin, Bobby 
Bemal, Michael 
Bernstein, Marion 
Berry, Jennifer 
Berry, Nicole 
Bevard, Lauren 
Beverly, Amanda 
Bevil, Nathan 
Bhardwaj, Sushmita 
Bibb. Jonathan 
Bibbs, Maria 
Bickert, Kimberly 
Biddmger, Lindsay 
Bielecki, Jessica 
Bierbaum. Kathleen 
Bigdeli, Tina 
Billingsly, Amy 
Billmeier, Caleb 
Bird. Adam 
Bird, Samantha 
Biscoe, Ashlie 
Bishara. Jad 
Bishop, Heather 
Bishop, Maura 
Bishop, Tenezeah 
Bjomsen, Mark 
Bjomson. Danell 
Blackmond, Victoria 
Blackstone. Aliceson 
Blair, Ashley 
Blair, Jenifer 
Blake. Kevin 
Blakemore. Porter 
Blakeney. Kate 
Blanchard, Susan 
Bland, Abemathy 
Bland, Ashley 
Blate, Andrew 
Blehm. Sarah 
Blizzard, Kimberly 
Block, Melissa 
Blosser. Kelly 
Blosser, Lynette 
Bock, Johannes 
Bockh, Sally 
Boden, William 
Bodenstein, Ryan 
Bodkin, Joceiyn 
Boelte, Kimberly 
Bohlin, Misako 
Bohon, Angela 
Boland, James 
Bolasny, Paloma 
Bolte, Stephanie 
Bombard, Kristin 



148, 192, 213 



276 Index 



index 



index 



ndex ^^^^iSdex index 



Daniel 
1. Beth 



70, 134 
214 



134, 245. 28 
134, 137 
60, 134 



202 
88. 149 



Brown, ,\unimii 


1 r 


Brown, Chnstine 


134. 22S. 247 


Brown, DaMd 


149 


Brown, Debora 


117. 278 


Brown, Enc 


149 


Brown. Enn 


88 


Brown. Heather 


134 


Brown. Jennifer 


134 


BrovMi. Jessica 


117. 149 


Brown. John 


134. 149 


Brown. Leslie 


134. 2S-S 


Brown, Megan 


134. 286 


Brown, Randall 


134 


Brown, Rob 


27. S8 


Brown. Ryan 


213 


Brown, Shawn 


134 


Brown, Stephanie 


8S 


Brown, W Morton 


76 


Browne. Emily 


64. 117 


Browne. Zachary 


149, 208 


Brownell. Megan 


117 


Brownley. Tiffany 


134 


Bnicato, Courtney 


134 


Bruner-^'ang. Eink 


117 


Brunner. William 


117, 187 


Bruno. Daniel 


134 


Bruno, Nina 


88, 225. 287 


Bryant, ,ALidie 


117. 228. 277 


Bryant, Curtis 


88 


Bryant, Shannon 


88 


Buboltz, Anne 


149 


Buchanan, Robert 


149 


Bucher, Jaime 


134 


Buck, Courtnev 


88 


Buckingham. Bradd 


134 


Buckingham. Elizabeth 


149 


Buckley. Daniel 


134 


Buffardl. Ke\an 


56. 149 


Bulls. .April 


134 


Bundnck. Enn 


117. 197.213 


Bunzey. Shannan 


149 


Burge. Andrew 


134 


Burge. Karen 


149 


Burgess. Alison 


134 


Burgess. Chloe 


134 


Burgess. Lauren 


149 


Burke. Brian 


117 


Burke. Claire 


69. 149 


Burke. Kevin 


149 


Burkert. Chnstina 


134 


Burkcrt. Nina 


ISO 


Burman, Paul 


134 


Bumieister, Caithn 


149 


Burnett, Dina 


149 


Bumham. Amanda 


117. 212 


Bums, Jesse 


117 


Burton, Brandon 


117, 214 


Button, Christopher 


134. 144, 213 


Burton, Stephen 


72 


Busch, Steven 


88 


Buschenfeldt, David 


134 


Bush. Jonathan 


117 


Bush. Leah 


134 


Buslovich. Ryan 


60, 117 


Bustamante. Sylviana 


134 


Buswell, David 


149 


Butler, Cathenne 


150 


Butler, Emily 


117 


Butler, Gregory 


117 


Butler, Kevin 


117 


Button, Elizabeth 


88 


Buns, Ryan 


134. 278 


Byers, Corev 


117 


Byers. Enk' 


117 


Byington. Kan 


118 



G^ 



Caballero. Shemircl 
Cabral. Viana 



Caiile-Mulbers, Jonathan UN 


Cahall, Joanna 


134 


Cahn, James 


88 


Cam, David 


72 


Cam. Megan 


150 


Caldwell. Bradlcv 


118 


Call, Jason 


212 


Call. Lisa 


150 


Call. Richard 


118 


Callaghan. Alena 


134 


Callaghan, Theresa 


150 


Callow, Andrea 


118 


Cameron. Douglas 


150 


Cammaerts, Sean 


88 


Camp, Mendith 


88 


Campbell, Brvan 


118 


Campbell, Cara 


118 


Campbell, Emily 


1 18 


Campbell, Enn 


150. 277 


Campbell, Mary 


150 


Campbell, Sarah 


118. 214 


Campshaw-Tavlor, Alex 


150 


Canerv, John 


88 


Cannon. Rachel 


134 


Cannon. SaraJi 


134 


Canny. Stephanie 


118 


Cantwell, Kristin 


89 


Capelle. Rebecca 


134. 211 


Capellini. Francesca 


118 


Caperton. Julia 


118 


Cardwell. Isabel 


150 


Carey. Connne 


118 


Carlisle. Christine 


134. 281 


Carlson. Heidi 


150. 277 


Carr. Karen 


150 


Carr. Knstv 


150 


Carsola. Julia 


134 


Carter. Kimberlv 


134 


Carter, Victona 


1 18 


Carter-Roth, .Amanda 


150, 222 


Carter-Roth, Elizabeth 


150 


CartwTight. Drew 


118. 213 


Casciano, Lucy 


89 


Casciano, Matthew 


134 


Case. .Alexander 


118 


Casebolt. Nicole 


54. 71. 1 


Casey. Michael 


134 


Casev. Siobhan 


134 


Cashlon. Daphne 


134 


Casino. Patnck 


39 


Cassanno. Elaine 


135 


Cassatt. .Andrea 


lis. 212 



Castaneda. Ciabnela 


42, 150, 2 


Castelar. Patncia 


150 


Castellani. Adam 


lis, 124. 


Castello. Laura 


150 


Casmer. Sara 


1 50 


Castro. Bertlia 


135 


Catron. Joanna 


72 


Cavanaugh. Lisa 


150. 173. 


Caylor, Rebecca 


118 


Cecil, Monica 


1 18 


Cedeno, Mana 


150 


Celii. Melissa 


IIS 


Cella. Emily 


135 


Cerankowski. Chervl 


58. 118 


Cer^'antes-Carson. Alejandro 72 


Cessaro. James 


150 


Chadboum. Charles 


1 IS 


Chan. Chnstina 


230 


Chan, Josephine 


lis 


Chan, Monica 


135 


Channell, Peter 


IIS 


Chantha\ongsa, Prane 


IIS 


Chapin. Adele 


1 IS 


Chapman, Enca 


89 


Charles, Aidan 


118 


Chamlev, Robert 


IIS 


Chase, Knstinc 


1 IS 


Chehab, Alexandra 


150 


Chesney. Melissa 


lis 


Chiang. Yuan-Jen 


72 


Chiao. Tina 


1 18 


Chichester. Ana 


72 


Childe. Courtnev 


89 


Chiles. Daniel 


135 


Chiles. John 


89 


Chin. Philip 


lis 


Chinault, Enc 


89 


Chinn. Sarah 


62. 89 


Chinco. Bernard 


72 


Chona. Helen 


lis, 241 


Choudhurv. Leila 


89 


Chowning, Hannah 


38 


Chretien. Rachelle 


214 


Chnst. Rebecca 


118 


Chnstensen. Matthew 


1 18 


Christianson. Jeffi-ey 


150 


Christofakis, Emil 


135 


Christoph, Amanda 


39, 150 


Christopher. Clinton 


135 


Chnstv. Melissa 


57, 69, 1 1 


Chung, Ashlev 


135 




Baptist Student Union First Row - Lindsey McClintock, Addie Bryant, Desiree Coffman, Catherine 
Stewart, Kariann McAlister, Erin Colligan, Kelly Allsbrook, Susan Blanchard, Second Row- Carey Garber, 
Mary Hollis, Erin Campbell, Lisa Haque, Mikki Bradley, Deanna Lavery, Third Row-Sarah Amick, Jayme 
Bristow, Lindsay Vaught, Lauren (loir, Di Dittman, Abbie Duke, Kristen Bridges, Callie White, Rachel Keller, 
Heidi Carlson, Fourth/Back Row- Amy Gray, Jennifer Marland, Gwen Habersat, Nicole Hale,Jennie 
Hettema,Jermaine Lane, Patrick Hiltz 



Index UTI 



index 



index index 



^^jfidex index 



Churchill. Stephanie 


IIS. 212 


C.llins. CLi> 


Ciavarelli, Doreen 


135 


Collins. Kimberly 


Cincinnati, Noah 


135 


Colona. Sarah 


Cincotta. Emily 


IIS. 213 


Colvin. Elizabeth 


Citeroni. Tracy 


72 


Colwell, Kim 


Clair. Jonathan 


lis 


Compher, Melinda 


Clapp, Cristina 


135 


Compton, Carisa 


Clark. Adam 


150 


Concepcion, Alexis 


Clark, Elizabeth 


150 


Condon, Jennifer 


Clark. Mary 


150 


Coniglio, Heather 


Clark, Matthew 


135 


Coningsby, Bill 


Clark, Michael 


150 


Coningsby, William 


Clark, Nancy 


89, 214, 238 


Connell, Jennifer 


Clarkson, Adam 


150 


Connelly, Erin 


Clatanoff, Melanie 


118 


Conner. Kenneth 


Claus, Marissa 


1 18 


Conner. Patricia 


Claycomb, Heather 


135 


Connolly, Bnan 


Claypoole, Wendy 


150 


Connors, Chrislin 


Clayton, Greg 


118 


Conway, Deborah 


demons, Sara 


150 


Cook. Ellen 


Clenco, Katie 


150 


Cook, Luna 


Click, James 


150 


Cook, Paul 


Clifford, Kaillyn 


135 


Cook, Timothy 


elites, Lawton 


89 


Cooke. Brydon 


Clore, Sean 


150 


Coombs. Bnan 


Cloudt, Joshua 


150 


Coombs. Christopher 


Clough. Susan 


150 


Cooper, Casey 


Clous, Katherine 


54, 135 


Cooper, Christina 


Clute, Kathenne 


150, 213 


Cooper, Janet 


Cobbins, Donovan 


1 IS 


Cooper, John 


Cockayne, Jeff 


214 


Cooper, Ponia 


Cockayne, William 


135 


Cooper, Todd 


Cockrill, Christy 


150 


Copcn, Rachel 


Cofftnan, Christopher 


135 


Coppelman, Alexander 


Coffman, Desiree 


118, 277 


Corcoran, Carole 


Cogliano, Thomas 


118 


Corcoran, Michael 


Cohen, Adam 


135 


Corey, Lynne 


Cohen, Monica 


116, 118,220, 221 


Corey, Michelle 


Cola, Kate 


150 


Corez, Sydney 


Coldwell, Kimberly 


135 


Cornell. Alicia 


Cole, Brandon 


118 


Comwell. Charlotte 


Cole, Jennifer 


118 


Correa. Daniel 


Cole. Kathenne 


118, 285 


Corriveau. Mandie 


Cole. Rebecca 


89 


Cory. Kathenne 


Coleman. Chnstina 


118 


Coslello. Daniel 


Coleman. Magen 


IIS 


Coston. Scott 


Collie. Craig 


59 


Cote. Clare 


Collier, Lauren 


135 


Couch. Alyssa 


Collier, Lindsey 


135 


Coughter. Ryan 


Collier, Manning 


72 


Coulter. Andrew 


Collier, Pamela 


135 


Coulter. Chelsey 


Colligan, Erin 


135, 277 


Coulter. Matthew 



lis. 244. 289 




' m ^ 


1511 


Cowan. Emily 


1 19 


Cowan. Jameson 


135 


Cox. Amanda 


150 


Cox. Brandon 


135 


Cox. Brian 


119 


Coyle. Patncia 


135 


Coyle. Tncia 


282 


Coyne. Sarah 


119 


Craddock. Amanda 


73 


Craddock. Bnan 


119 


Craft. Anna 


S9 


Crafton. Amber 


89 


Cranford. Elizabeth 


119 


Crawford, Jamie 


1 19 


Crawford, Sarah 


1 16. II 


Crawley, William 


73 


Creech, Amy 


150 


Creegan, Colleen 


119 


Cnado. Natalie 


67, 119 


Cnbbs. Matthew 


150 


Cnppen. Timothy 


73 


Crisp, Floyd 


150 


Crissman, Judith 


73 


Crissup, Amanda 


119 


Crist, Brian 


90 


Cost. Jeremy 


hi, 71. 


Croce, Alft-ed 


90 


Cronin, Nora 


90 


Cronk, Megan 


119 


Cropp, Evelyn 


150 


Cropp, Janet 


73 


Crosby, Amy 


119 


Crouch, Alyssa 


90, 226 


Crouse. Cassandra 


90 


Crowe-Getty, Kai 


119 


Crowell, Scott 


150 


Crumb. Betsy 


119 


Cnimbaugh, Jennifer 


135 


Cnimp, Elizabeth 


135 


Crump, Liz 


213 


Cruz, Martha 


119 


Cubbage, Benjamin 


90 


Cudahy. Meghan 


66. 119 


Culbreath. Canssa 


119 


Culbreth. Blair 


119 


Cullen. Elizabeth 


135 


Cummings. Amanda 


119 


Cummings. Lisa 


135 


Cunard, Elizabeth 


135 


Cunningham, Nikki 


150 


Curd, Sharon 


119 


^^^^ Curran, Daniel 


90 


^^1 


Cun-an. Todd 


119, 12 


^H 


Curry, P, Flault 


136 


^^1 


Curtis, Bret 


119 


^^1 


Curtis, Jennifer 


135 


^^1 


Curtis, Stephanie 


135 


^^1 


Cutlip, Valene 


119 


^^1 


Cyran, Edward 


135 


^H 


Czapiewski, Peter 


119 


^^1 


Czaplicki. Brent 


150 


^^1 


Czekalski, Nicholas 


1 19 



Black Student Association First Row - Tenezeah Bishop, Amanda Davis, Ryan Butts, Katrina 
Keitt, Natalie Tliompson Second - Monyet Hill, Debora Brown, Stacie Evans, Cherelle Read, Deborah Roh 
Third - Roycia Lawrence, Tamia Gilliard, Jessica Lewis, Kiki Williams, Lauren khottenfeld. Danielle Steele, 
Dipa Gill, less! Grewal 



^ 



Dabb. Jean 
Dalby. Kathenne 
D'AIessandro. Jess 
Daley. Diana 

Dalmut. Kevin 
Dalton, Clinstophe 
Dalton. David 
Daly, Diana 
Damgaard, Nina 
D'Amico, Theresa 
D'Andrilli, Juliana 
Daniel. Catherine 
Daniel. Zachary 
Daniels. Sham 
D'Arcancelis, Rita 



index 



Dardcn. Zachan 1 

Dairel. Ned I 

Darrell. Edward 1 

Daubert. John ^ 

Daulong. Maureen 1 

Davenport. Bryce 1 

David. Mary I 

Davidson. Frednck 7 

Davidson. Jason 7 

Davidson. Maryann 1 

Davies, Marit ^ 

Davis, Amanda I 

Davis, Erica ^ 

Davis. Jill ^ 

Davis. Mark 1 

Davis. Meghan 1 

Davis. Ryan 1 

Davis, William 1 

Davitt, Ashley I 

Davoy, Gabrielle I 

Dawson, Andrew 1 

Day, Emily 1 

Day. Marisa 1 

Dayton. Mana 1 

Dean, Patncia ' 

Dean, Rebecca 1 

deAndrade. Cassandra I 
Deane. Rachael 1 

DeAngelis, Lauren 1 

DeAnne. Tawny Spencer 1 
Dearborn. Enc 1 

Dearborn, Manssa I 

Deaton, Evangeline 1 

Deats, Domia I 

Deboeck, Nina I 

Deci. Andrew 1 

Decker. Catherine I 

Decker. Katherine I 

Decot. Lauren 
Decot, Nicole '. 

Dee Callahan. Jay 
Deedrick, Susan 
Defee. Alexander 
deGraff, Galen 
Del Gatto. Danielle 
De los Reyes. Lucy 
Del Ninno, Thomas 
Delaney. Kathleen 
DelesDemier, Lauren 
deLong, Marlena 
DeMarchis, Ryan 
Demarest, Trea '. 

Demarest, William 
Demchak. Kathenne 
Demko, Heather 
Demkowicz, Stacy 
Denk, Clare ' 

Dennee. Keith 
Dennen, Kristin 
Dennison. Kelly 
DePhillips. Bill : 

D'Eramo. Gina ' 

Derecki, Cathy 
D'Eredita. Michael 
D'Eredita, Mike : 

Derham, Kathenne 
DeRiggi. Beth ' 

Desi, Elizabeth 
Desjardins. Matthew 
Desocio, Anna 
DeSoucey. Anelle 
De Souza, Sharon 
Deuse.Tamara 
Devening, Andrea 
Dexter, Erin 

Diacont, Kathleen ' 

Diamond. Peter ' 

Diana. Kevm 
DiBella. Joseph 



Die 



, Dl£ 



Dickerson, Eddie 
Dickerson. Edward 
Dickerson. John 
Dickev. Brandi 



278 Index 



index 



ndex ^^^^fidex index 



W, 228, 277 
119. 160 



, ChristorhiT 1? 



119 

73. 79 



.Meredith 1211 



, .Adrian 
Michelle 



120. 121 
41. 212 



136 
120 



EL 



Eason. Megan 


ro 




"amsworth. Stephen 




Eascerling. Catherine 


.s4. 1 


Jh 


"arr.Jenniier 


152. 2 


Eaton. Emily 


l.sl 




arrar. Diana 


136 


Ea\'es, Courtney 


l.sl 




^an-ell. Chnstopher 


120. 2 


Eberhardt. James 


151 




~anell. Kathenne 


120 


Eby. Ryan 


120 




^arrell. Knstin 


91. 28. 


Eeeard. Lisa 


91 


Earns. Tiffany 


152 


Echols. Amanda 


136 




^asick. Elise 


152. 2 


Echols. Jason 


LM. 


226. 227.231 


"^ast, Spence 


120 


Eck. Caitlyn 


120 




-atek, Jamie 


91 


Eckstein. Kelly 


KM 




^awiey, Erin 


152 


Eddy. Elizabeth 


91 




~ay, Joanna 


120 


Edell. Summer 


151. 


164 


azzaro, Laura 


136. 2 


Edelman. Alexander 


120 




~eatherly. Daniel 


136 


Edelman. Emily 


151 




^cnichel, Ethan 


120. 2- 


Edmunds. Jeftrey 


73 




"^ennell, Joyce 


73 


Edward, David Porter 


143 




-cnton, Sarah 


120 


Edwards. Elizabeth 


151 




^enwick. Kanssa 


136 


Edwards, Jacob 


136 




-erdinand, Bradley 


152 


Edwards. Knsten 


136 




^erguson, Elizabeth 


136, 1 


Etreom.,A^■| 


120 




-erguson, Kelly 


136, 2 


Egan. Bnanna 


120 




Perguson. Lyssa 


153 


Egan. Lisa 


136 




"cmandez-Pizzi, Mana 


92 


Ehret. Alyssa 


151 




-crreira. Dana 


136 


Eiehenbrenner. Chester 


136 




-errell. Claudine 


73 


Eigcl. Lauren 


21. 68. 151. 179 


-lastro. Eva 


120 


Eisold. Lauren 


151. 


177. 214 


-ickett. Martha 


73 


Elder. Bradford 


136 




Fielder. Robyn 


136 


Eldndge. Renee 


136 




■igueroa. Nathan 


33. 15 


Elinskv. Emily 


120 




Fdmcck. .Angela 


152 


Ell, Erica 


151 




■ingerhut. Victor 


73 


Ellington, Christopher 


66. 151 


Mnk. Laura 


136 


Elliot". Allison 


151. 




Fiore. Mark 


136 


Ellis. Caroline 


151 




■ischer. Bryan 


92 


Elhs. Natalie 


73 




■ish. .Amy 


1 


6 


Ellison. Sarah 


136 




Fish. Enn 


1 


2. 2 


Ellison. Seth 


136 




Fishback, Randolph 


1 


2 


Elmore. Bntton 


151 




■isher. Jenna 


1 


>2 


Eloisa. Cesar 


151 




Fisher. Michael 


1 


i6 


Elswick. Rebecca 


73 




Fiske. Lauren 


92 


Elzer, Elizabeth 


57. 1 


51 


Kitch. Molly 


120 


Embrey, Kimberly 
Emerick, Eric 


91 

120 




Fitzpatnck, Colleen 
Filzpatnek. David 


136 
152 


rnicrv.n. Claudia 


73 




FitzPatnck. Tara 


92 


1 niiLj 1 .luren 


136 




■itzsimmons. Jennifer 


120 


1 n.i\, nulla. Uzma 


234. 


282. 286 


■lautt. Curry 


32 


l:ngei. .\le\ander 


120 




FIeetv\ood, Kristin 


120 


Enos. Clinton 


151. 


212 


Fleming, Elizabeth 


152 


Enzweiler, Enn 


151 




Fletcher, Dawn 


136 


Epperson. Robin 


38.47, 91 


■tetcher, Jonathan 


152 


Lppicr. Martha 


120 




■Ictcher, Lauren 


92 


Erdner. Kyle 


120 




Fleury. Alma 


136 


Ernst. Margel 


40, 1 
120 


51. 289 






Escano, Chene Ann 






Estevez, Brandon 


120 








Ethcridge, .Alonda 


91.2 


86 


K' 




Evans. Enn 


136. 


222 


B. '' 




Exans. Janine 


151 




R 




l\,ins. Kiera 


120 




K 




1 Nans. Russell 


32. .^ 


3. 136 


K; 




l\,ins. Ryan 


120 




H: 




Evans. Stacie 


91. 2 
120 
120 
151 


78 


S • 


^ * 


Everdale. Laura 
Ewart. Leah 
Ewasiuk, Jaime 


•.:^ "i 


-1- 


Eyes, Stephanie 
Ezell. Bethany 


151 
136 




■ • 




Ezra. Tifsihit 


120 






t 



Faint. Debbie 
Fairall. Linda 
Faith, Chnslin Perdue 
Faivor-Ryon, Christine 
Falleur, Stephanie 
Fallon. Nancy 
Falvey. Emi'y 
Fariolo, Lara 
Farley. Amanda 
Farney. Crystal 



Elono. Emilv 


56. 152 


Flono. Jaclvn 


137 


Flowers, Jill 


152 


Fluhartv, Patncia 


152 


Flvnn, Amv 


92 


FIvnn, Andrew 


120 


Flvnn, Caitlin 


137 


Foelber, Angela 


152 


Foelber, Missv 


92 


Foeman, Ke\ in 


120 


Foaartv, Katie 


120 


Foltz, Dexon 


137 


Forbrush. Lindscv 


120. 2 


Ford, Brendon 


120 


Forev, Lorctta 


120 


Foreues. Sebastian 


137 


Fornadlev. Jill 


120 


Forsvthe, Jacqueline 


120. 2 


Forton, Lisa 


120 


Foster. Margaret 


152 


Foster. Rebecca 


92 


Fouberg, Enn 


73 


Foughner, Sara 


137 


Fovargue, Daniel 


120 


Fowler, Casev 


152 


Fowler, Evan 


152. 1, 


Fox. Jillian 


137 


Frabell. Emilv 


137 


Frackelton, Robert 


73 


Franciose, Nicholas 


120 


Francis, Christina 


152 


Franklin, Benjamin 


120 


Franklin, Jennifer 


120 


Franklin. Jonathan 


152 


Frankslon. Jeffrev 


92 


Frantz. Diane 


120. 1 


Frantzreb. Justin 


120 


Frascella, Meaan 


152 


Fravel. Peter 


152 


Frazier. Chance 


152 


Frazier, Lindscv 


120 


Freakley, William 


137 


Freedman, Matthew 


54. 13 


Freeman, Michelle 


121 


Frere, Eric 


92 


Freshwater. Jonathan 


152 


Freund, Julie 


137 


Frew. Douglas 


120. 2 


Frick. Joe 


60. 71 


Fnedell. Russell 


120 


Fnend. Tarin 


152 



S 'f.;.- S;tg>- § 't'',| 



Campus Scouts First Row - Lynn Rushing, Meghan Howard, Laura Rout, Becky Glasby, Amanda 
Neyenhouse, Kim Kovacs, Lauren Deles Dernier Second -Jenelle Kubiesko, Rachel Sederquest, Alyssa Crouch, 
Tracy Hamm, Lauren MacAfee, Gillian Phillips. Trea Demarest, Corinne Mohler, Jessica Tapp 



Index 279 



index 



index index 



4eindex index 



index 



Fnshic, fcrica 


137, 2S2, 


Fristoe. Andrew 


120 


Frisloe, Drew 


180 


Frost, Bradford 


137. 281 


Frost. Kiinberly 


120, 289 


Frost. Lydia 


137, 207 


Fryzel. Bryan 


24, 152 


Fuhrken. Jonathan 


137 


Fujiyama. Shin 


120. 214 


Fulco. Mary Ehzabeth 


137,214 


Fulk. Randall 


53, 92. 2 


Fuller. Brian 


137.213 


Fuller, Stephen 


73 


Fullerton. Elise 


152 


Fultz. Margaret 


121 


Funk. Marie 


121 


Fumer. John 


152 


Furr. Alison 


121 


Furrow. Aubry 


137 



Gable. line 
Gabriel. Amanda 
Gabnelson, Shelby 
Gade, Wesley 
Gagnon, Keith 
Gaines, James 
Gaines, Jennifer 
Gaines, John 
Gaines, Justin 
Gaines, Robert 
Gale, Jamie 
Galik, Kristen 
Gallagher, Megan 
Gallagher, Suzanne 
Gallahan, Constance 
Gallardo, Claudia 
Gallick, Stephen 
Galligan. Chnslina 
Galiinagh. Amy 
Gallup. Elizabeth 
Gamon. Becky 
Garahan. Deirdrc 
Garber, Carey 
Garber. Grant 
Garber, Matthew 
Garcia, Aiyana 
Garcia, Brittney 



Garcia. Charlenc 
Garcia. Maria 
Gardener, W. Campbell 
Gardner, Quinn 
Garland, Liam 
Garland. William 
Garmon, Carole 
Gamcarz. Christopher 
Gamer, Kathryn 
Gamer, Lena 
Gamett, Julie 
Garrett. Megan 
Garrett, Richard 
Gary, Barbara 
Gaskill. Kelly 
Galewood, Jane 
Gaudreau, Jeremy 
Gay, Gina 
Gaydish, Alyson 
Gayle, Matthew 
Gayle, Shannon 
Gazzoli. Allison-Leigh 
Geary. Teresa 
Geddis. Sarah 
Geib. Ryan 
Geiger. Stuart 
Geisse. Alison 
Gekosky, Bevin 
Gelatka, Jason 
Gendreau, Andrew 
Genimatas, Stephanie 
Geraghty, Kathleen 
Gerdvisheh, Mohammad 
Geres, Peter 
Gerow, Ann 
Gerstenecker, Elyse 
Geyer, Kimberley 
Giambona, Therese 
Giannotti. Paula 
Gianulis, Elena 
Gibbs, Melissa 
Gibson, Beth 
Gibson. Elizabeth 
Gibson. Peter 
Gicquel, Geraldinc 
Giermak, Steven 
Gill. Atif 
Gill. Dipa 
Gill, Hardeep 
Gilliard, Tamia 
Gilman. Alexandra 
Gingras, Andrcnnne 




Cheap Seats 



(iionlriddo, Laura 


92 




Greenslelder. Chad 


,,, 




Gissendanner, Maria 


121 




Greenwood, Jamie 


138 




Given, Deanna 


152 




Greep, Jeffrey 


153 




Glaeser, Kurt 


74. 2 


13, 214 


Gregory. Virginia 


122 




Glasb\'. RehcLL-a 
Gla-.s. 1-ailh 


121. 
121 


279 


Gremminger, Shawn 
Grewal, Jaspreet 


138 

153 




(ilcnn. \lallhcu 


121 




Grcwal, Jessi 


278 




(ikiinic, Melissa 


152 




Gribble, Scott 


138 




(.hddeii, Sara 


137 




Gnffin. Leslie 


122 




(ik.ukh.iir. Juha 


92, 2 


13 


Gnffm, Patrick 


138 




Glus, Jeremy 


137 




Gnffin, Stephen 


74 




Glynn. Daniel 


152 




Griffith, Rebecca 


93. 212 




Glynn. Kalrina 


152 




Griffiths, Elizabeth 


153 




Godburn. Kathryn 


92 




Gnfliths, Laura 


153 




Godfrey. Maureen 


152, 


224, 225, 287 


Grifller, Lindsay 


122 




Goehring. James 


74 




Griggs. Paul 


39 




Goff Ryan 


152 




Grimes, Annalisa 


122 




Gokey, Kryslin 


152 




Gnmsley, Melissa 


138 




Gold, Aubrce 


121 




Grisham, Lori 


138 




Gold, Colin 


137 




Grogg, Emily 


93 




Golden, Allison 


92 




Gronske, Richard 


122 




Golden, Jeffiey 


121 




Gross, April 


153 




Golden, Paige 


92 




Gross, Samantha 


138 




Goldschmidt, Laura 


152 




Grosz. Anne 


40. 153. 289 




Goldsmith. Pauline 


93 




Grove. Diane 


281 




Golladay. Jennifer 


137 




Grubb. Suzanne 


289 




Gologorsky. Keith 


93 




Grussendorf. Andrew 


138 




Gomez. Alexander 


137 




Guagenti. Kristen 


138 




Gomez. Carmela 


138 




Guderian. Matthew 


153 




Gomez. Ene 


137 




Guinn. Elizabeth 


93 




Gomez. Juliette 


93, 220, 284 


Guise. Emily 


122 




Gooch. Megan 


93,2 


82 


Gunsten. Sarah 


138 




Good, JiUian 


138, 


284 


Guthrie, Mark 


153 




Good, Meghan 


138 




Gyani, Priya 


153 




Goodacre. Faith 


152 










Goode. Michelle 


138 




■ I TU 






Goodin. Logan 


153 




H^ 






Goodloe, Miles 


121 




1 * — 






Goodman, Lesley 


121 










Goodnight, Amy 


121 




Haas. Brooks 


153 




Goodwin, Susan 


121, 


149 


Haas, Lydia 


138 




Goon, Jessica 


153, 


213 


Habeck, Kristin 


138 




Goor, Lauren 


153 




Habel, Arthur 


138 




Gordon, Kristin 


93 




Habersat, Gweneveve 


122, 277 




Gordon, Margaret 


121 




Hackett, Kathryn 


122 




Gordon, Molly 


138 




Hagan, Michael 


153 




Gordon, Robert 


138 




Hagen, Adnenne 


122 




Gordon, Roy 


74, 2 


14 


Haggard, Randall 


122 




Gordon, Sarah 


153 




Hague, Lisa 


93 




Goska, Anne 


153 




Haile, Erin 


138 




Gossett, Sara 


121 




Haile, Eva 


138 




Gotgettreu, Timothy 


153 




Hairston, Cris 


153, 184, 212 




Gottlieb, Britt 


121. 


193. 213 


Halbert, Christopher 


138, 212 




Gottlieb, David 


121 




Hale, Nicole 


138, 277 




Gottlieb, Stuart 


93 




Haley, Carol 


138 




Gottschalk, Erika 


138 




Haley, Rachel 


122, 202, 212 




Gould, Katherine 


138 




Hall, Bnan 


93, 214 




Gouldin, Peyton 


153 




Hall, Bronson 


93 




Graap, Kathenne 


93 




Hall, Dana 


74, 213 




Graboyes, Benjamin 


122 




Hall, Joanna 






Graboyes, Jennifer 


93 




Hall, Kaitlvnn 


138 




Graboyes, Jenniffer 


187 




Hall, Mana 


153 




Graf, Darrell 


54. 


53 


Hall, Philip 


74 




Graham, Christopher 


138 




Hall, Sam 


153 




Granda, Jessica 


153 




Hallberg, Kate 


122 




Grane, Candace 


153 




Halliday, John 
Ham, Camilla 


153 




Grantham, Daniel 


138 




138 




Grantland. Joy 


153 




Hamed, Hossein 


79 




Grasso. Laura 


153 




Hamilton, Adam 


153, 214 




Gratz. Roy 


74 




Hamilton, Kathleen 


153 




Graves. Patrick 


122 




Hamilton, Kristin 


93 




Graves. Sonya 


122 




Hamilton, Lynn 


74 




Gray. Amy 


153, 


277 


Hamm, Tracy 


153, 249, 279 




Gray. Whitney 


122, 


170. 203, 212 


Hammelman, Bnttany 


153 




Graybeal. Mark 


138 




Hammer, Kristen 


153 




Graziano. Jill 


153 




Hammig, Laurel 


122 




Greaser, Cathryn 


93 




Hamner, Mary 


122 




Green. Alison 


153 




Hampton, Steve 


74 




Green, Katie 


138 




Hanback. Tiffany 


93 




Green, Kaycee 


153 




Hancher, Ashley 


138 




Green, Kerensa 


122 




Hancock, Anneke 


138 




Greene, Emily 


122 




Hanely, Matthew 


93 




Greene. Joseph 


153 




Hanks. Laura 


122. 137. 183, 2 


2 


Greenlaw. Steven 


74 











280 Index 



index 



index 



ndex ^^^^ftdex index 



69, 74 
154. 230 



175, 214 
154, 231 



Henley, Mcara 


13S 


Henning, Meagan 


122 


Henry, Casey 


94 


Henry, Margaret 


138 


Henry, Sahara 


122 


Henry, Shalini 


154 


Henry, Terrell 


154 


Henschen, Adam 


122 


Henshaw, Katherine 


138 


Hcnsle, Jessica 


138 


Herbert, Joseph 


154 


Herl, Lindsay 


94 


Herman, Amey 


94 


Hernandez, Marc 


13S 


Hcmng, Enc 


154 


Herrmg, Fiona 


55. 122 


Hershberger, Kathryn 


122 


Heselbanh, Daniel 


154 


Hess, Charles 


154 


Hesse, Meghan 


122 


Heston, Drew 


138 


Hcttema. Jennie 


94, 228, 2 


Hewat, Amy 


94, 207 


Hewitt, Jessica 


154, 214 


Hewson, Corey 


214 


Hibbs, James 


138 


Hicks, Jamie 


138 


Hicks, Martha 


138 


Hicbcr, Alison 


74 


Higdon, Katherine 


154 


Higginbotham, Joanne 


154 


Higgins, Richard 


138 


Highley, Megan 


94 


Hill, Cassandra 


154 


Hill, Erin 


154 


Hill, Kristen 


154 


Hill, Monyet 


122, 278 


Hill, Stetson 


138 


Hilhard, Channel 


138 


Hillmann, Laura 


94 


Hillyard, Raymond 


122 


Hillyer, Bnttany 


138, 2X2 


Hiltz, Patrick 


154, 277 


Hinckley, Catherine 


138 


Hinckley. Rebecca 


94 


Hines, Chnstopher 


I3S 


Hirsch, Enn 


40. 154. . 


Hue, Meredith 


154 


Hitzelberg, Robert 


122 


Hoagland Tacy 


154 


Hobart, Allison 


139 


Hobbs, Susan 


94 


Hodge, Julie 


74 


Hodgins, Kristine 


154 


Hodgkins, Ramona 


154 


Hortrnan, Dana 


154 


HotJhian. John 


122 


Hoffman, Jullia 


41. 154 


Hoffman. Michael 


122 


Hogan, Anthony 


94 


Hogan, Chnstopher 


94 


Hogan, Sean 


154 


Hohman, Kathryn 


154 


Hole, Mane 


122 


Holdren, Bradley 


74 


Holland, Elizabeth 


94 


Hollis. Mary 


122, 228, 


Hollman, Laura 


139, ISO 


Holloway, Joseph 


154 


Holloway, Thomas 


94 


Holmes, Jeffrey 


139 


Holmstrom, Lars 


24, 154 


Holt. Jeffrey 


122 


Holt, Jessica 


154 


Holt. Tara 


154 


Holtzman, Tyler 


154 


Homstad, Julia 


139 


Honaker, Laura 


95 


Honaker, Sarah 


122 


Hooker, Kristen 


154 


Hooper, Felicia 


122 


Hooper, Norah 


74 



llo.nler. Mieh.iel 
Hopkins. Ann 
Hopkins. Erin 
Hopkins. Martinj 
Hopkins, Pamela 
Hornby John 
Home. Ashley 
Home, Enc 
Home, Erin 
Home, Margaret 
Home, Stacy 
Hnrton. Tiffany 
llouif, Suzanne 
Hough, Jason 
lloughtalin. Lian 



Hutchens. Erin 
Hutchinson, David 
Hutchinson, Rhonda 
Hutchison, Enn 
Hutchison, Lindsey 
Huycke, Kathenne 
Hwang, Hojun 
Hyatt, Caroline 
Hydom, Sarah 
Hye, David 
Hylton, Shanna 
Hypes, Matthew 



Ho 



He 



Houslev, Meehai 



IL 



Howard, Jeffrey 
I loward. Jennifer 
Howard, Meghan 



154, 279, 285 



Howie 
Howie 



Inigo 
Rhonda 



Howlin, Barbara 
Hoy, Kevin 
Huber, Margaret 
Huckabay, Carolyn 
Hudgins, Carter 
lludgins. Donna 
lludnall, Tiffianne 
Hudson, Stephanie 
Huff, Ashley 
Hughart, Margaret 
Hushes, Carolyn 



lantosca, Amanda 
lanobino, Nicole 
Idone, Mary 
Idziak, Luke 
Ihle, Elizabeth 
Ingalls, James 
Ingold, Natalie 
Ingram, Rachel 
Ingrassia, Elizabel 



I, Ali( 



Irvin, Krystal 
Ishee, Angela 
Itnyre, Emily 



Hughe 
Hughe 



Janei 



Hummel. Andrew 
Hummel, Margaret 
Hundley Danielle 
Hundley Kern 
Hundley Rachel 
Hunsberger, David 
Hunt. Sarah 
Huntley, Elizabeth 
Hurd. Jonathan 
Hurley Heather 
llurlev. Richard 



Hu 



Hurt. Kelly 
Hurt. Mollv 



Jackman, Candace 


139 


Jackson, Elizabeth 


95 


Jackson. Emilv 


139 


Jackson, Helen 


123 


Jackson, Krystal 


123 


Jackson, Richard 


155 


Jackson, Sarah 


38.95, 155 


Jacobs. Amanda 


155 


Jacobsen. .Alexander 


155 


Jacobson, .Adam 


123, 284 


Jaeger. Rebecca 


139 


Jaflee, Mary 


139 


Jager, Jason 


123 


James, Melinda 


139 




COAR First Row - Lindsey Much, Brandi Sias, Mandy Ransone, Brad Frost Second - Justin Kopeeky, 
Diane Grove, Niki Larson, Elizabeth SpruelL Kelly Walsh.Jessica Ratcliffe, Samantha McDonald, Terry White, 
Lisa Koerner, Director Lea Ziobro Third - Erica Mank, Emily Lynch, Michael Pattie, Gabriella Castaneda, 
Jessica Snowberger. Amy Smith, Ashley Miller. Christine Carlisle, Jen Condin 



Index 



index 



index index 



ripjfidex index 



Janelsins. Brian 
Jarrell, David 
Jefferies, Ryan 
Jeffries. Susan 
Jenkins. Jennifer 
Jennings. Allison 
Jennings. Crystal 
Jennings. Kendall 
Jennrich, Katherine 
Jensen. Jill 
Jensen. Katherine 
Jensen, Kelly 
Jensen. Timothy 
Jerdonek, Andrew 
Jessee, Amy 
Jimenez. Francisco 
Joeck, Graeme 
Johansen, Erin 
Johnson. Abigail 
Johnson, Adam 
Johnson. Benjamin 
Johnson. Bradley 
Johnson. Brian 
Johnson. Cariina 
Johnson, Christopher 
Johnson. Emily 
Johnson, James 
Johnson, Jennifer 
Johnson, Katherine 
Johnson. Kevin 
Johnson, Lesley 
Johnson. Mary 
Johnson, Melissa 
Johnson, Nicholas 
Johnson, Phillip 
Johnson, Ricky 
Johnson, Stefanie 
Johnson. Stephanie 
Johnson, Ten 
Johnston, Chnstopher 
Johnston, Erik 
Johnston, Jessica 
Johnston, Katie 
Johnston, Kelly 
Johnston. Matthew 
Johnston. Meredith 
Johnstone, Marguente 
Jones. Ashley 
Jones. Bnan 
Jones. Colin 
Jones. Enc 
Jones, Heather 



Jones. Jan 



Jones, Jennifer 
Jones, Linda 
Jones, Lmdsay 
Jones, Maryloui; 
Jones. Megan 
Jones. Pamela 
Jones, Richard 
Jones, Scott 
Jones, Shcnca 
Jones, Timothv 



. MlT 



Jordan. Amanda 
Jordan. Amber 
Jordan. Carla 
Jordan. Phil 
Jordan. Timothy 
Joyce. Justm 
Juarez. Fernando 
Judy, Knstin 
Julian. Rebecca 
Jung. Vanessa 
Junkins, Jessica 
Jurgens. Shaun 
Juston. David 



Kailath. Ryan 
Kainc, Tim 
Kakava. Christina 
Kalder. Zachary 
Kang. David 
Kang, Eumec 
Kapuscinski, Matthevs 
Karcher, David 
Kardian, David 
Kate, Mary Shendan 
Kator, Zachary 
Kavanaugh. Bridget 
Kaye. Samuel 
Keane. Cathenne 
Keating. April 
Keefer, Andi 
Keefer. Andrea 
Keenan, Enn 
Keenan. Kelly 
Keith, Rachel' 




Dance Team First Row - Amanda Shively. Kristin FarrelUshley Davitt. Julie D'andrilli Second - 
Katherine Keller, Lizma Enayatulla, Moira Thomas. Jenn Farr, Tern Smith. Megan Gooch, Erica Frisbie, 
Brittany Hillyer. Andi Keefer Third - Erin Fish, Becci King. Tricia Coyle, Ashley Blair 



Kell. Caithn 


6,1. 139 


Keller, Abby 


2j0 


Keller. Elizabeth 


%. 155 


Keller. Kathenne 


96. 282 


Keller. Rachel 


155. 228.2 


Keller-Johnston. Angc 


a 155 


Kelley, Caitlin 


123 


Kelley, Heather 


155 


Kelley. Katie 


60, 123 


Kelley. Peter 


139 


Kelly. Adam 


96 


Kelly. Caitlin 


123 


Kelly. Debra 


139 


Kelly. John 


139 


Kelly, Kimberly 


139 


Kelly. Mary 


155 


Kelson. Matthew 


123, 219 


Kemp. William 


75 


Kemper. Susan 


61,63, 123 


Kendal, Kimberly 


139 


Kendall. Caitlin 


155 


Kendall-Taylor. Jacob 


123 


Kennedy, Kelly 


140 


Kennedy, Lisa 


123 


Kennedy, Maureen 


123 


Kennedy, Stacy 


155 


Kennedy, Teresa 


75 


Kenney, Sara 


124 


Kenney. William 


140 


Kerkam. Juliet 


140 


Kern, Jennifer 


140 


Ker\'ill. Penny 


75 


Kerwin, Kiara 


155 


Ketterman, Jacklyn 


96 


Klialsa, Hanjot 


96 


Khandrueva, Anna 


140 


Kicha. Jessica 


124 


Kiewra, Chnstopher 


155 


Kilby, Rebecca 


124 


Kilby, Wendy 


155 


Kiley, Patnce 


286 


Kilkenny, Andrea 


96 


Killian. Amy 


155 


Kilhan. Joeila 


75 


Kilmartin. Chnstopher 


75 


Kilroy. Mane 


140 


Kim. Debie 


124 


Krm. Inhea 


155 


Kim. Na- Young 


124 


Kimble. Rachel 


124 


Kimmitl. Emily 


140 


Kinahan. Kelly 


155, 212 


King. George 


75 


King. Jennifer 


155 


King, Leah 


155 


King, Matthew 


140 


King, Rachel 


96 


King, Rebecca 


96, 282 


King, Sabnna 


140 


King, Sarah 


140 


Kingsbury, Amy 


124, 214 


Kinkcad, Caitlin 


155, 212 


Kinney, Matthew 


75 


Kintzer, Brent 


155 


Kirby, Kerstin 


124 


Kirchncr, Matthew 


140 


Kirk, Matthew 


140, 212 


K.sh, Ryan 


175, 214 


Kissell. Beniamin 


124 


Kissell. Melanie 


96 


Kistler, Abby 


155 


Klaus, Jennifer 


96 


Klein, Elizabeth 


140 


Kleinrock, Matthew 


124 


Klepper. Katherine 


124 


Klingaman. Beth 


96 


Knick. Susan 


75 


Knight. Marci 


140 


Knorr. Daniel 


124 


Knowles. Rachel 


155 


Koblinsky. John 


27, 155 


Koch. Elizabeth 


124 


Kodak. Paul 


155, 214 



index 



Kochl. Michael 
Koemer. Lisa 
Koemke, Molly 
Kolar. David 
Kolarik. Emily 
Kolodziej. Benjamin 
Koner, Diane 
Konheim. Orrin 
Konieczny. Janusz 
Koniowsky. Kelly 
Kopec ky. Justin 
Komides, Marjone 
Komiotes, Matthew 
Koscielny, Kristin 
Kosciw, Kimberly 
Kosinski, Kristen 
Kota. Aaron 
Kott. Stephen 
Kovacs, Kim 
Kowalik. Benjamin 
Koyacs, Kimberly 
Kozar. Paul 
Kracker, Lore 
Krai. Knstina 
Kramer. Chnsli 
Kramper, Brandon 
Krause, Elizabeth 
Krebs, Allison 
Kreider, Jessie 
Kringen, Anne 
Kronenberg, Todd 
Kroner, Julia 
Kropat, Michael 
Krug, Shan 
Kruse, Rebecca 
Kruthers, Robm 
Ku, Sara 

Kubicsko, Janelle 
Kuchler, Michael 
Kugel, Albert 
Kugler, Kathenne 
Kuhland. Chnstophe 
Kukis. Christine 
Kulesz. Whitney 
Kulis. Emilie 
Kunzman. Jon 
Kuppler. Emily 
Kut. Sara 
Kuzmuk, Timothy 
Kwerel, Jessica 



L-^ 



Laben, Ruth 
Lackey. Kenneth 
Laclede, Elizabeth 
Lacy, Kathryn 
Lahmann. Grant 
Lake. Liz 
Lake, Megan 
Lam. Ragina 
LaManana. Joanna 
Lamb. Amanda 
Lamb. Brandon 
Lambert. Alexandra 
Lamonica. Anthony 
LaMonica. Michael 
LaMont. Kada 
Lancaster, Margaret 
Lancaster, Theresa 
Landers. Amy 
Landers. Doris 
Landesberg, Cynthia 
Landis, Julia 
Landries, Angele 
Lane, Janine 
Lane, Jermaine 
Lane, Lesley 
Lang. Matthew 
Langa. Constantin 
Lange, Matthew 
Lanse. Michael 



282 Index 



index 



index 



ndex ^^^^^ex index 



140. 191. 213 
140. 277 



125, 285 
245. 286 



Litircll. Phillip 


15(1 


Uu. Anne 


15h 


Lively. Brett 


■JS, 184, 


Liverman, Nicole 


125 


Livsev. Jennifer 


125 


Llewellyn, Chase 


214 


Llewllyn, Charles 


125 


Lloyd, Dana 


98 


Lockard, Matthew 


214 


Lockhard. Matthew 


141 


Locklear, Jillian 


125 


Lockwood, Allison 


141 


Loden, Kevin 


98. 198. 


Loesser-Casev, Kathrv 


n 75 


Locwcnstein, Came 


141 


Lo<ian. Marc 


156 


Louan, Rov 


141 


London. Lisa 


125 


Lone. Ashlev 


141 


Long. David 


7 5 


Long. Joanna 


125 


Lonefellow. Rvan 


98 


Lonso. JetTerv 


56. 141 


LookabiU. Julia 


156 


Lopatin. Jennifer 


125 


Lorcnz. Eniiiv 


141 


Loss, Jason 


125. 22 


Lolh. Patrick 


156 


Lotsev. Carolann 


156 


Lott. Jennifer 


141 


Lov. Marv 


125 


Lov. Sarah 


125 


Love. Daniel 


125. 21 


Lovcladv. Chnstine 


98. 115 


Lovett. Ashleish 


125 


Lovins. David 


156 


Lovins. Emilv 


125 


Lowerv. Pamela 


7 5 


Lovd. .Alec 


141. 2S 


Lu. Weijing 


75 


Lubelfeld. Elizabelh 


125 


Lubrano. Peter 


141 


Lucas, Jennifer 


98 


Lucio, Tanya 


125 


Ludlow, Chnstianna 


125 


Lunelhofer, Johanna 


156 


Lunaoccia. Flavious 


141 


Lu.\. Kjistina 


98 


Lycett, Dee 


75 


Lynch, Chnstine 


156 



f^^ 



Maas. Erin 
MacAfee, Lauren 
Macatuno. Abbie 
MacClain, Alexia 
MacDonald. Chnstoper 
MacDonell, Kate 
MacEwen, Bruce 
Machado, Kristin 
Machado, Leslie 
Maclnnes, Katrina 
MacKinnon, Calhcnnc 
MacKinnon, Katie 
Madden, Chalee 
Madtes. John 
Maetzold, Connie 
Maguire. Brv'nn 
Mahie, Jesse 
Mahony. Shauna 
Mai. Hien 
Maier, Nicole 
Mainville, Jennifer 
Maiocco. Lauren 
Makonnen. Makonnen 
Makonnen. Tiruncsh 
Malast, Stephanie 
Malcolm, William 
Mallon. Michael 



\l,ilK>r\. Lauren 


125 


Mallov.Iamnu 


15h 


Malone, Mark 


141. 191. 


Malonev, Lisa 


141 


Maloxe, Mickael 


98 


Mancini, Jacqueline 


125 


Mancini, Nicholas 


156 


Maneo, Timothy 


141 


Manganiello, Laura 


156 


Mangun, Jessica 


156 


Mangus, Kristen 


98 


Manion. Keith 


141 


Manion. Kendall 


156 


Manion. Lisa 


156 


Mank. Enca 


156. 281 


Mann. Allison 


141 


Mann. Emmett 


156 


Manning. Carol 


75 


Manning. Lmdsav 


156 


Manzano. Mark 


156 


Marafino, Laura 


141. 212 


Marchese, Melissa 


141 


Marchica, Meghan 


125 


Marchwinski. Jill 


125 


Mareck. Lee 


98 


Maresca. Lon Ann 


157, 286 


Mareelon. Elizabeth 


141 


Mane. Tracv Casey 


150 


Manon. Kristin 


157, 179 


Marker. James 


141 


Markev. Rvan 


98 


Marland. Jennifer 


141, 277 


Marlowe. Enn 


125 


Marsh. Knstin 


75 


Marsh. Tiffany 


98, 157 


Marshall. Adam 


141 


Marshall. David 


98 


Martella, Lauren 


157 


Martens, Mark 


125 


Marth. Kirk 


125 


Martin. Adnenne 


98 


Martin, Andrea 


98 


Martin, Cassandra 


157 


Martin. Johnalhan 


141 


Martin. Katrilla 


157 


Martin. Kellv 


141. 181) 


Martin. Knsti 


141 


Martin. Tasha 


125. 251 


Martinez. Heather 


125 


Martino. Nicholas 


126. 213 


Martland. Kathr\n 


141 


Mascarenhas. Lauren 


126 



157 



Mashbum, Ciirisioph< 
Mason, Tina 
Massucci. Elyzabcth 
Massucci. lain 
Mathews, Nina 
Mathias. Jordan 9S 

Mathison. Emily \2 

Mathison. Kimberiy 12' 
Matlick, Kristen 15 

Mattem. Marcus I Z 

Matthews. Amanda 1 2 

Matthews. Ashley 12 

Matthews, Ashley Taschetta 
Matthews. Grant 
Marts, Susan 
Mattson, Mary 
Mattson. Michael 
Matzeder, Emily 
Matzke. Chnstopher 
Mauney, Patrick 
Mauro, Staphen 
Maxwell. Alexys 
Maxwell. Benjamin 
May. Jonaihon 
Mayhugh. Rebecca 
Maykrantz, Rebecca 
Mayo, Sarah 
Mazes. Ann 
Mazzola. Margaret 
McAfee, Andrew 
McAlister, Kariann 
McAllister, Carisa 
McAllister. Mane 
McAndrew, Da\e 
McAuley. Ryan 
McBnde, Andrcvs 
McBnde. Chnstme 
McCall- Venitta 
McCarthy, Dennis 
McCarthy, Mary 
McCarthy. Nicole 
McCarthy, Sarah 
McClain. Alice 
McClain. Jacqueline 
McClamroch, Bryce 
McClintock, Lindsey 
McCloskey, Suzanne 
McClure. Sydney 
McClurken, Jefirey 
McCluskey, Kevm 
McComas. Joshua 
McComas. Melinda 



157 



41 



141 



141 




Index 283 



index 



index index 




index 

index 



McConnaughy. Chrissy 
McConneil. Robert 
McCormick. Bnan 
McCormick. Julienne 
McCraw. Roberl 
McCreedy. Lauren 
McCullouch, Kara 
McCullough. Austin 
McCullough-Tinker, Ale: 
McDaniel. Andrea 
McDonald. Elaine 
McDonald, Emily 
McDonald. Heather 
McDonald, Kelly 
McDonald. Samaniha 
McDonnell. Cailin 
McDonnell. Colleen 
McDonnell, Danielle 
McDougal, Ellen 
McDowell, Elizabeih 
McElveen, Cynthia 
MeErlean, Brcnna 
McGee, Charles 
McGee, Patrick 
McGee-Sullivan. Bndgel 
McGeorge. Alex 
McGillicuddy. K.athr\n 
McGonigle, Ryan 
McGraw, Evan 
McGregor, Gina 
McGuire. Amanda 
McHenry, Emily 
McKay, Elissa 
McKay, Jennifer 
McKay. Matthew 
McKee, Robert 
McKenney, Megan 
McKenzie. Heather 
McKenzie. Michelle 
McKenzie, Shawn 
McKerahan, Tiffany 
McKinnon, James 
McLaren. Matthew 
McLaughlin. Donna 
McLaughlin. Elizabeth 
McLaughlin, Erin 
McLaunn, Jade 
McMahon. Lindsay 
McMahon. Meghan 
McManus. Klmberly 
McMillan, Jennifer 
McMillan. Rvan 



McMillian. Alisha 
McMillian. Ryan 
McMillion, Laina 
McMullen. Almeda 
McMullen. Emily 
McNeil, Jocelyn 
McNinch, Kami 
McNineh, Kathleen 
McNinch, Thomas 
McPherson. Lindsay 
McQueen, Kathenne 
McQueeney. Arthur 
McQuitty, Brant 
McSherry, Meagan 
McTigue. Erin 
Meadors. Christine 
Meadows, George 
Medley, Pamela 
Medlyn, Enn 
Meekins. Kara 
Meekins, Kira 
Meeks, Elizabeth 
Mejia. Matthew 
Mele, Joseph 
Meleca, Timothy 
Melton, Melissa 
Mendieta, Neil 
Mensh, Danielle 



Me 



, Knsi 



Merenda, Steven 
Merkey. Allison 
Memin, Kathenne 
Merrey-Welcome, Anna 
Merril, Sammy 
Merrill. Enn 
Merzazada. Asha 
Messa, Cathenne 
Messina, Frank 
Meuser, Tara 
Meyerhoff, Connne 
Meyrick, Abbey 
Meza, Nidia 
Michaels. Matthew 
Michanczyk, Paul 
Michaud. Ashley 
Michaud, Samantha 
Michener, Sara 
Mick. Alison 
Miele, Heather 
Milanowski, Elissa 
Milefsky, Anna 
Miles, Dana 



224. 248. 249 
19. 39, 157 




Human Rights Club First Row -Amy Landers. Juliette Gomez, Taylor Bail, Aaron Samsel, Amelia 
Rose, Shina Pereira. Alex Pittman Second - Jillian Good, Liz Talago, Ava Waller, Maggie Lmdsay. Bill 
DePhillips. Rola Abimourched. Iman Boukadeum. Adam Jacobson Third - Inigo Howlett, Kelly Ferguson, 

Stuart Strange, Alec Loyd, Krista Waple. Grace khauer 



Miller. Ahcia 
Miller, Amy 
Miller. Ashley 
Miller. Bnan 
Miller. Bnanna 
Miller. Carolyn 
Miller. Catherine 
Miller. Helen 
Milter. Jamie 
Miller. Jennifer 
Miller. Justina 
Miller. Kate 
Miller. Katie 
Miller. Meghan 
Miller, Rebecca 
Miller, Sarah 
Miller. Talia 
Miller. Tamara 
Miller. Victona 
Mills. Anna 
Mills. Kh/abeth 
Mills. Garth 
Mills. Neoma 
Mills. Sandia 
Milner. Jessica 
Milnes, Annwyn 
Minerly. Jane 
Minery, William 
Minnick, Carrie 
Minnis, Michael 
Minton, Kelly 
Miodek, Katrina 
Mirabello, Suzanne 
Mitchell, Adnone 
Mitchell, Jeftrey 
Mitchell. Jessica 
Mitchell. Jocelyn 
Mitchell, Joseph 
Mitchell. Kelly 
Mitchell. Parker 
Mizelle. Melanie 
Moeller, Thomas 
Moffett, Erin 
MofTitt, Christoper 
Mohle, Kimberlee 
Mohler, Connne 
Moir, Lauren 
Mondino, Victor 
Moneymaker. Meredith 
Monica, Paul 
Monk, Elizabeth 
Monk, Pattick 
Montague, Dawnette 
Montague, Joseph 
Montamarry, Isaac 
Montgomery, Lynsi 
Moon, Jared 
Moonan. Karen 
Moore, Caitlin 
Moore. Enka 
Moore. Enn 
Moore, Heather 
Moore. Joseph 
Moore, Kevin 
Moore, Kristina 
Moore, Maria 
Moore, Michael 
Moore, Richard 
Moore, William 
Moorhead. Lindsay 
Morales. Roberto 
Moran, Audrey 
Moredock, Anne 
Moreland, Angela 
Morgan, Alison 
Morgan. Andrew 
Morgan, Gary 
Morgan, Kristy 
Morgan, Leslie 
Morgan. Sherry 
Morgenthaler, Vanessa 
Monarity, Janet 
Monn-Batista, Franciscc 
Mork. Jen 



279 
142. 277 



142, 184, 212 



29, too, 224, 225, 287 



Moroney. Megan 


127 




Morrell, Timothy 


142 




Morris, Christian 


127 




Moms, Christy 


60, 129 




Morris. David 


127, 213 




Moms, Joshua 


158, 285 




Morris, Sarah 


100, 219 




Morris, Timothy 


100 




Morrison, Kara 


142 




Morrison, Rebecca 


142 




Morton. Kendra 


142 




Morton. Sabrina 


100 




Mosconi. Talia 


158 




Moser. Sarah 


158 




Moses, Jeanette 


142, 213. 226 




Mosley, Emily 


158 




Mosley, Miranda 


142 




Mott. Kathenne 


158 




Moulis, Ann 


158 




Mounie, Sean 


127 




Mowery. Allison 


158 




Moysenko. Neil 


158 




Mrowiec, Magdalena 158 




Much, Lindsey 


158, 281 




Muhammad. Shana 


127 




Mulhall, Kevin 


142 




Mulhare. Anmce 


127 




Mulhem, Amanda 


66, 142, 173, 2 


13,21 


Muller. Lisa 


142 




Muller. Mathew 


142 




MuUin, Meredith 


142 




Mundy, Martha 


142 




Munoz, Merideth 


142 




Munson, Kennedy 


127 




Munzing. Karstena 


158 




Murphy. Bndget 


158 




Murphy. Dana 


158, 222 




Murphy. Matthew 


100 




Murphy. Molly 


127 




Murray. Ellen 


127 




Murray, Rebecca 


158 




Murray, William 


158 




Mushen, Emily 


127, 129 




Musselman, Nicole 


158 




Myers, Allyson 


158 




Myers, Carolyn 


65, 142 




Myers, Deanna 


127 




Myers, Jared 


158 




Myers. Nathan 


18, 100, 205 




Myers, Rachel 


71, 158 




Mynck. Thomas 


100 

N 


-' 


Naas, Charlotte 


127 




Naden. Alexander 


100, 295 




Naeger. Melissa 


142 




Nagel. Emily 


127, 158. 192. 


213 


Nagy, John 


158 




Nanielt, Jennifer 


127 




Nash, Adam 


127 




Nash, Jennifer 


127 


Nash, Mary 


127 




Nash, Shatlsha 


127 




Nashom, Lynn 


158 




Nations, Tyler 


142 




Naylor. Craig 


76 




Neighbors, Jennifer 


158 




Nelson, Amanda 


142 




Nelson, Brandy 


214 




Nelson, Laura 


100, 286 




Nelson, Margaret 


127 




Nelson, Rebecca 


100, 158 




Nelson, Sarah 


127, 142 




Nemati, Sara 


127 




Nemeth, Pamilla 


100 




Nere, Theresa 


142 




Nesselrodt, Hillary 


127 




Nettles, Amber 


100 




Neviackas, Kara 


101 




Newbold, Michael 


25. 158 





284 Index 



index 



index 



ndex ^^^^^ex ind£X 



, Chnstii 



ng. Li! 



175, 214 
54, 158 



<^ 



Oare, James 142 

O'Brien, Douglas 142 

O'Bnen, Erin 142 

O'Bnen, Sara 127 

O'Callaghan, Megan 127 

Och, Marjone 76 

Ocheltree, Andrew 127 

O'Connor, Can 142 

O'Connor, Kara 101 

O'Connor, Kevin 142 

Odegaard, Laura 142 

O'Dell, Deborah 76 

O'Donnell, Timothy 76 

Offim,Sara 142 

Often, Clinton 76 

Oh, ShmNaRae 127 

Oh, Young 101 
Ohie-Rodnguez, Adnenne 158 

Ohlsson, James 142 

Ohlsson, Michael 158 

0km, Hamson 143 

Oko, Andrew 158 

O'Learv, Caitlin 127,213 

O'Leary, Chnstine 101 

O'Leary, Elizabeth 158 

0'Lear\', Jennifer 101 

Olmger, Jennifer 127, 212 

Ohver, Jamie 158 

Oliver, Tunothy 59. 143 
O'Loughlin, Chnstina 142 



Olson, Joan 
Omar, Zahra 
O'Neill, Meghan 
Ontko, .'Ashley 
O'Quinn, Keili 
Oros, Shelby 
Orsinger, Brendan 
Orstead, Kjistin 
Osbum, James 
Oser, Courtney 
Osing, Mary 
Otey, Cathenne 
Otis, Nathan 
Otto, Caroline 
Ouellette, Kalelyn 
Ouhamou. Manam 
Oven, Meghan 
Overman, lima 
Overstreet, Michael 
Owen, Kathanne 
Owens, Fayln 
Owens. Paul 
Ozanich, Brett 



PP 



Paci, Matthew 
Packer. Joseph 
Page-Baez, Shannon 
Pagonis. George 
Pagonis. Nick 
Painter, Katie 
Painter. Stephanie 
Palafoutas. Peter 
Palmer. Steven 
Palmieri, Jill 
Panhho. Michael 
Pantazis. Laura 
Panza. Adam 
Pappas. Alexis 
Paris. Dawn 
Pans. Kate 
Park. Justin 
Parke, Margaret 
Parker, Casey 
Parker, Jo Ann 
Parker, Judith 
Parker, Steve 
Parker, Steven 
Parks. Christopher 
Parr, Gillian 
Parr. Sarah 
Pams. Gayneai 
Parrish. James 
Parry, Megan 
Parson, Kristin 
Parsons. Carolyn 
Parsons. Joseph 
Pascoe. Angela 
Passar, Michelle 
Passera, Michael 
Passmore, Amanda 
Passuth, Knstin 
Paston, Lisa 
Patel. Deepali 
Patnck, Troy 
Patnck. Wynne 
Patterson. Craig 
Patterson, Katherine 
Pattie, Michael 
Paul. Marysol 
Payne, Knsten 
Payton. Joseph 
Peach. Pamela 
Pearce. John 
Pearce. Richard 
Pearhnan, Sandra 
Peeks. Staphen 
Pelkey. Kunberly 
Pendleton. Elizabeth 



Penn, Candacc 


127 




Penninaton, Rachel 


143 




Pennock, Sarah 


143 




Penwell, Larrv 


76 




Pcrcival, Leigh 


127 




Perdue, Devin 


127 




Pereira, Shaina 


143, 


235, 284 


Perez, .Andrea 


128, 


197, 213 


Perez, Benjamin 


143 




Perez, Lewis 


143 




Perkins. Beth 


76 




Perkins, Emilv 


102 




Perw, Brvce 


143 




Perr\, Jennifer 


159 




Perrv, Kevin 


143 




Perr\'. Knstina 


128 




Pen^; Sarah 


143 




Perr^-, Suzanne 


102 




Pcterman, Kelli 


128 




Peterson, Cathenne 


143 




Peterson, Charles 


143 




Peterson, Edwin 


159 




Peterson, Genevieve 


128, 


230 


Peterson, Greg 


159 




Peterson, Jason 


143 




Peterson, Sandra 


12S 




Peterson, Sarah 


128, 


222 


Petnella, Lisa 


128 




Petrtizzi, Kira 


143 




Pevton, Leah 


143 




Pflumm, Stephanie 


102 




Pham, My-Phuong 


159 




Phelps, Joshua 


128 




Phillips, Apnl 


143 




Phillips, Gillian 


159. 


279 


Phillips, Laune 


159 




Phillips, Sandra 


159 




Phillips, Scott 


128 




Picard, Amanda 


159 




Piccinino, Tncia 


159 




Piccinllo, Elizabeth 


128 




Piccolo, Allison 


128 




Picha, Erin 


128 




Pickens, James 


56, 1 


2S 


Pickenno, Karen 


128, 


213 


Pickett, Kathnn 


128 




Pickett, Lisa 


159 




Piepenburg, Rachel 


143 




Pierce, James 


159 




Pierce, Kathy 


159 




Pierson, Amanda 


159 




Pinksion. Janet 


i:s 





Piriiiuhamcd- Saliiiwl 
Pitamello. Richard 
Pitner, Claire 
Pini. Betsy 
Pmi, Elizabeth 
Pittma. Elizabeth 
Pittman, Alexander 
Pittman. Kjmberly 
Pizzaro. Josh 
Place, Heather 
Plant, Jennifer 
Plourde. Kristy 
Pluese. Kristin 
Plummer, Michael 
Podd, Sarah 
Polack-Wahl. Jennifc 
Poland, Tnna 
Polk. Enn 
Pomfrey, Maria 
Ponton. Timothy 
Poole. Sally 
Pope, Jason 
Pope, Timotheus 
Pope, Titus 
Pope, Travis 
Poppert, Laura 
Portegies-Zwart, Nu 
Porter, Christine 
Porter. Kevin 
Porter. Landon 
Porter, Molly 
Porter. Robyn 
Porter. Sheila 
Portwine. Liliana 
Poska. Allyson 
Posluszny. Justme 
Possanza, Lauren 
Potter. Jeremy 
Potter, Sarah 
Potter. Staphanie 
Potts, Jane 
Powers, Jeffrey 
Pratt, Christina 
Pratt. Elizabeth 
Preston, Laurie 
Presutti, Dommic 
Prible. Amy 
Price. Christine 
Price, Erin 




Legislative Action Committee: First Row ■ Lauren Decou Margie Lewis, Kelli Whit, Sara 
Rambolt. Katharine Leesman, Will Andrews. Josh Morns, Elizabeth Terrell Second -Jarred Turner, 
Katherine Cole, Kerry Vautrot.Jill Hurst, Leslie Brown, Meghan Howard 



Index 285 



index 



index index 




PriLC. SliL-iLi 
Price. Thaddeaub 
Price, Wendy 
Prince, Ellen 
Pritchard. JessLca 
Pntchell. Heather 
Propst, Dorothy 
Prunier. James 
Prussia, Melissa 
Pryor, Isabelle 
Puddester, Andrew 
Pudelko, Jennifer 
Pugh. Jennifer 
Pugsley, Clare 
Puleo. Carl 
Pulito, Katelyn 
Puiian, Lauryn 
Punaro, Meghan 
Puppi, Thomas 
Purdy, Andrea 
Pusey. Michael 
Pushee, Ke 



^ 



Quadrozzi. Michael 
Quass, Kolby 
Quick, Holly 
Quijano. Laura 
Quinion, Gregory 
Quinlan, Kelly 
Quinn, Ryan 
Quintana. Jason 
Quintiliani, Elena 



144. 177, 212, 214 



^ 



Racine. Ashley 
RacklitfcAdam 
Raia, Nancy-Lauren 
Rainbolt, Charles 
Rainbolt, Sara 
Rainey. Jennifer 
Rainey, Shea 
Rakestraw. Vivian 
Rallis, Donald 
Ramos, Steven 



Ramsey, Patnck 


144 


Ramsey, Ross 


77 


Randall, Elizabeth 


12S 


Randlett. Ashley 


1(12 


Randolph, Rachel 


12S 


Rannals, Kathryn 


116, 12S 


Ransone. Amanda 


1(13 


Ransone, Mandy 


39, 2S1 


Rantz, Enn 


12S, 197. 


Rapalee, Brandi 


159 


Rasmus, Kann 


128 


Rasimisscn, Hallic 


128 


K.isn.Kk, Icanenc 


144 


K,itlill, liriri 


144 


Raus, Alicia 


1(13 


Ray, Alexandria 


144 


Ray, Margaret 


77 


Rayhel, Elizabeth 


128 


Read, Chcrclle 


128. 278 


Readina, Robert 


159 


Reagan. Brum 


159. 224. 


Reale. Audre\ 


144 


Reams. Brooke 


128. 214 


Reaser. Lee Ann 


77 


Records. Mesan 


144 


Rector. Amber 


159 


Rcddan, Bi^an 


159 


Redden. Brandon 


32. 144 


Reed. Matthew 


144 


Rees. Sarah 


60. 128 


Reese, Knstma 


65 


Reeves, Trisha 


159 


Reffher, Stacy 


144 


Rehom, Came 


103.225. 


Reibel, Ashley 


128 


Reid, Christopher 


159 


Reifsnyder. Tobias 


144 


Reillv, Colleen 


159 


Reilly, Michael 


159 


Remington, Kelly 


128 


Revellc, Meghan 


103 


Reynolds, Aaron 


159 


Reynolds, Bryan 


128 


Reynolds, John 


77 


Reynolds, Kathenne 


144. 286 


Reynolds. Rachel 


159 


Rhoad, Ian 


144 


Ricalde. Elizabeth 


103 


Rice, Jennifer 


103. 128 




Performing Arts Club First Row - Kellie Shanahan, Patrice Kiley, Erin Weimert, Marit Davies, 
Claire Pitner, Cory Richardson, Jane Thies, Jessie Thomas. Portia Cooper Second - Susanne Mirabella, Lori 
Ann Maresca, Corinne Warrener, Erica Frisble, Alcnda Etheridge, Lindsay Briggs, Uzma Enayatulla, Brianna 
Miller, Katen Reynolds, Christine Carlisle, Vanessa All Third - Erin Moffett, Mary khmotzer, Suzanne Lewis, 
Megan Brown, Elisa McKay, Jessica Amato, Liz Krause. Laura Nelson 



Rice. Tiffany 


144 


Rich. Jessica 


159 


Richard, Anne 


219 


Richard. Valeric 


144 


Richardson. Chnstophc 


r 144 


Richardson. Cory 


103 


Richir. Cahcoe 


159 


Richmond. John 


128 


Richmond. Sara 


159 


Rickenbrode. Deborah 


103 


Ricker. Matthew 


128 


Rickey. David 


159 


Rickey. Julia 


128 


Ridge. Christopher 


128 


Ridout. John 


128 


Ridpath, Anthony 


103 


Ridpath. Tony 


213 


Riegger, Maria 


77 


Rielly, Elizabeth 


56. 128 


Ricsenfeld, Kann 


1(13 


Rigcl. .lessica 


128 


Rigsb).. Mary 


77 


Riley. DaMd 


128 


Riley, Lindsey 


159 


Riley, Patnce 


245 


Rjley, Rebecca 


144 


Ring, John 


144 


Ripley, Kristin 


159 


Ripperger, Ethan 


159 


Risi, Enn 


128 


Ritchie, Diane 


159 


Ritchie. Kathryn 


103 


Ritson. Kathryn 


128 


Rixmann. Amy 


129. 179 


Roan. Lauren 


129 


Roark. Wilh.im 


144 


Robbins. Antwane 


144 


Robbins. Emily 


1 60 


Robbins. Kathenne 


160 


Roberts, Brian 


129. 212 


Roberts, Kirkpatnck 


129 


Robertson, Courtney 


129 


Robertson, Drew 


188, 212 


Robertson, John 


144 


Robie, Whitney 


144 


Robinson, Bridget 


160 


Robinson, Frances 


129 


Roche, Caitlin 


129 


Rochelle. Warren 


77 


Rod, Jacob 


144, 212 


Rodgers, Sean 


144 


Rodrigue, Crystal 


160 


Rodnguez, Christina 


129 


Rodriguez, Erik 


160. 212 


Rogalla, Geoffrey 


144 


Rogers, Christopher 


144 


Rogers, Daniel 


160 


Rogers. Elizabeth 


160 


Rogers. Matthew 


144. 214 


Rogers. Stacy 


103 


Rogers. Thomas 


103 


Roll. Deborah 


144. 278 


Rohr, Virginia 


160 


Rohrkemper, Cameron 


160 


Roles. Lynn 


77 


Rolling, Virginia 


103 


Rollins, Amanda 


103 


Rollman. Jennifer 


129 


Roman. Andre 


103 


Romaneski. Rebecca 


103 


Romero. Joseph 


77 


Romestan. Lauren 


129 


Rood. Karla 


129 


Root. Bnttany 


129 


Root. Laura 


129, 226, 


Roper. Kathryn 


129 


Rosado. Monica 


144 


Rose. Amelia 


103, 284 


Rose. Archer 


160 


Rose. Eric 


144 


Rose. Gregory 


129, 213 


Rose. Melissa 


129 


Rose-Jensen, Sarah 


103 


Rosenmund, Sarah 


129 



index 

index 



Rosenthal. Elizabeth 


104 


Rosica. Matt 


129 


Ross, Chareese 


129 


Rossin, Claire 


129 


Rostan, Jamie 


213 


Roth, Angela 


60, 1 


Roth, Michael 


104 


Rothlisberger, Mary 


144, 


Rouhani, Farhang 


77 


Rountree, Jamison 


129 


Rouse, Megan 


1 60 


Rout. Laura 


279 


Rowe. Brian 


129 


Rower, Cathennc 


129 


Rowles, Kristen 


129 


Rowley, Carta 


1(14 


Rowley, Kayla 


129 


Roy, Ethan 


104 


Rozek, Enca 


160, 


Rubin, Lee 


144 


Ruby, Allison 


144 


Ruby. Jyllian 


104 


Rucker. Cednc 


77 


Rucker. Stuart 


144 


Ruesch, Emilv 


104 


Rushing, Blake 


129 


Rushing, Lvnn 


129, 


Rusin, Konstantin 


129 


Russell, Adam 


144 


Russell, Elizabeth 


129, 


Russell, Jennifer 


129 


Ryan, Bonnie 


104, 


Rvan, Erin 


160 


Ryan, Jenny 


129 


Ryan, Kelly 


129 


Ryan, Timothy 


144, 


Rycrofi. Robert 


77 


Ryerson, Staphen 


144 



S^ 



Sabo, Shellev 


104, 172 


Sachen, Sarah 


201, 214 


Sadowski. Rachel 


129 


Safferstone, Mark 


77 


Sager, Rebecca 


145 


Salapeter, Mike 


218 


Satazar, Maria 


34, 160. 


Sale, Jennifer 


104. 16(1 


Salmon, Andrew 


160 


Salomkios, Dimitnos 


129 


Salotti, Marc 


81. 104. 


Samantar. Ah 


145 


Sampson, Faswilla 


129 


Samsel, Aaron 


129, 220 


Samulevich, Katie 


145 


Sandbere, Erika 


160 


Sanders, Noah 


160 


Sandlin, Jason 


160 


Sanford, Douglas 


77 


Santana-Gennond. Mane 145 


Santiago. Norberto 


160 


Santoski, Jennifer 


129 


Sapp, Jacob 


160 


Sare, Marilyn 


145 


Sargent, Shaun 


104, 140 


Sams, Noelle 


145 


Sasin. Andrea 


160, 213 


Saunders, Lezlie 


145 


Savage, Kemp 


129 


Sayed. Nyema 


129 


Sayko. Stefanie 


145 


Scales, Rvan 


39, 145 


Scanlon, Mara 


77 


Scaturro, Cnsta 


160 


Schad, Michael 


160 


Schatz, Kyle 


145 


Schauer, Grace 


145, 284 


Schecroun, Selina 


160 


Schenkel, Heidi 


160 


Schepis, Chnstine 


129 


Schilling, Matthew 


145 



286 Index 



index 



index 



ndex ^^^^^ex index 



Shcppard. Whitney 
Shendan. Thomas 
Sherman. Valenne 
Shifflett. Darryl 

Shifflett. Sandra 
Shiflol. Cathenne 
Shitlct. Randy 
Shillingford. Teresa 
Shihon, Anne 
Shim. Ka-Riun 
Shin. Andrew 
Shin. Andrew Back 
Shioji. Amy 
Shirciiff. Roxanne 
Shirley, Lillian 
Shivcly. Amanda 
ShowTnan. Stephanie 
Shroyer. Lisa 
Shuck. Thomas 
Shugart, James 
ShuUe, Laura 
Shuman, Emily 



Shu 



, Chn 



Shy. Knstm 
Sias, Brandi 
Siegal. Judith 
Sienkowski. Michael 
Sileo. Matthew 
Silverman. Laura 
■s, Kristin 
, Shannon 
Simms. James 

Simpkins. Derek 
Simpson, Enka 
Simpson. Mark 
Simpson, Matthew 
Simpson, Michelle 
Simpson. Robert 
Simpson. Sarah 
Simpson. Tara 
Sims, Amanda 
Sims. Elizabeth 
Sinclair. Jefirey 
Singh, Yogmder 
Singson, Paula 
Sinha. Akash 
Sisk. Jeffrey 
Sjoberg, Elizabeth 
Sjoberg, Liz 
Skinner, Jessica 
Skirven. Matthew 
Sklcpo\ich, Christine 
Sko\bv. Karen 



Sko 



Krisi 



Slack. Ale 



145 


Slawmski. John 


161 


130 


Sledge, Valene 


145 


104, 2S6 


Sledz, Robert 


145 


161 


Slesinski, .lason 


130 


130 


Sloan. Meahan 


145 


145 


Slotniek. Hannah 


161, 177, 214 


116. 130 


Slotnick, Rachelle 


130 


161 


Slough, Stephanie 


105 


161 


Slunt, Kelli 


77 


130 


Small, Crystal 


105 


161 


Smalley, Bryan 


145 


130. 222 


Smart, Kimberlv 


105 


161 


Smith. Abigail 


145 


145 


Smith. .Mexandra 


130 


161 


Smith, Amv 


105, 2S1 


130 


Smith, Cathenne 


145 


77 


Smith, Conor 


198, 214 


161 


Smith, Constance 


77 


104 


Smith, Emilv 


145 


145 


Smith, Emizabeth 


130 


104 


Smith, Gavie 


130, 214 


161 


Smith, James 


130. 145 


24 


Smith, Kassandra 


62, 161 


130 


Smith, Katharine 


161 


161 


Smith, Kellie 


130 


145 


Smith, Knsten 


130 


161 


Smith, Lindsay 


161 



Smith. Megan 
Smith, Melissa 
Smith. Michael 
Smith. Portsia 
Smith. Roy 
Smith. Samantha 
Smith. Sarah 
Smith. Scott 
Smith. Stephanie 
Smith. Tempe 
Smith. Terrence 
Smith. Tern 
Smith, Travis 
Smith, Whimey 
Smith, Zachary 
Smolian, Danelle 
Smoot, Katnna 
Smothers. Matthew 
Smucker. Enc 
Snead. Michael 
Snellinger, John 
Snider, Kxisten 
Snowberger, Jessica 
Snyder, Cynthia 
Snyder, Jessica 
Snyder. Justin 
Snyder. Samual 
Sochard. Bnttnce 
Soenksen. Virginia 
Solomon, Loma 
Solomon, Whitney 
Solomon-Astudillo, 
Soitess. Andrea 
Somers, Danielle 
Somma. Thomas 
Sopor, Christina 
Soper, Stanley 
Soqui, Ken 
Sorgen. Michael 
Sonano. Gncel 
Sorrell. Knsten 
Southall. Kristin 
Sovart. Alicia 
Spadola, Lame 
Spahr, Enk 
Sparks, Brooke 
Sparks. Lon 
Sparry. Shcri 
Spaulding. Andrew 
Spence. Marliana 
Spencer. Emily 
Spencer. Michael 



Spotswood. Elizabeth 


162 




Sprague. Michele 


130 




Sprauge, Miehcle 


221 




Spnngor, Nicole 


105 




Spmell, Elizabeth 


162, 


2S1 


Spurr, Timothv 


146 




St, Clair, Chelsea 


146 




St. Clair, Tyler 


162 




St. Cvr, Emehe 


130 




St John. Courtnev 


130 




St. Pierre, N4arc 


105. 


162 


Staab, Tara 


130 




Staccv, Laura 


105 




Stacy, Kathryn 


162 




Stader, Donald 


162 




StatTord, Amy 


130 




Stafford, Beniamin 


130 




Stalev, Blai r 


77 




Stallings, Kevin 


60. 130 


Staloft', Charma>'ne 


146 




Stance. Alcxa 


130 




Standish, Staeey 


146 




Slangier, Kathenne 


162, 


224. 22 


Stanley, Marv 


44, 162 


Stanley. Vickie 


162 




Stanton. Garv 


77 




Stanton. Nicholas 


146 




Stanton. Nick 


209 




Startt, Lindsey 


162, 


213 


Stauffenberg, Viclona 


146 




Stayitski. Julia 


105, 


236 


Stebbins. Sarah 


162 




Sleekier. Debra 


77 




Stedman. Neil 


130 




Steele. Danielle 


146, 


232. 27 


Stefonick. Ryan 


130 




Stesmaicr. Kiinberly 


130 




Steinberg, Evan 


162 




Sleiner. John 


130 




Steiniger, Melissa 


130, 


1X0 


Steitler. Kelly 


146 




Stenger. Nicole 


105 




Stephens. Kathenne 


32 




Stephens, Kathleen 


105. 


162 


Stephens, Melissa 


162 




Stevens. Dorothy 


146 




Stevens, Jessica 


130 




Stevenson, Anthony 


146 




Stevenson, Susan 


77 




Steward, Knsten 


146 




Stewart, Cathenne 


35. 131. 277 


Stewart, Jay 


162 






SGA Executive Cabinet First Row ■ Nma Bruno, Carrie Rehorn, Maureen Godfrey Second - Dr. 
Anderson, Rebecca Turnbull, Meredith Johnston, Sara Rainbolt, Lindsay Moorhead Third - Kathy White, 



index 287 



index 



%^^index index 
index inde^c in ' 



Stewart, Kimbcrly 


162 




Sumers. Ian 


131,212 


Stewart, Tracy 


162 




Sumner, Suzanne 


78 


Stiffler. Bryan 


131 




Sussman. Laura 


106 


Stikes, Catherine 


131 




Swats, Kent 


146 


Stines. Laura 


131 




Sweanngen. Mega 


n 106 


Stipicevic, Ann 


105 




Swegan, Kathleen 


106 


Stobie, Megan 


131 




Sweterlitsch, Cart 


lyn 162 


Stoddard, Jaime 


144, 


213 


Swett, Christina 


39, 146 


Stoddard, James 


146 




Swilley. Amanda 


162 


Stoddard, Paul 


212 




Swink, Colin 


146 


Stokes. Martha 


146, 


237 


Switzer, Matthew 


162 


Stokes, Sara 


162 




Sydell, Jordan 


106 


Stoldt, Shannon 


32, 33 


Sydnor. Lizbeth 


162 


Stolzenbach, Kendra 


162, 


164, 236 


Symonds, Denise 


146 


Stone, Andrew 


131 




Symonds, John 


78 


Stone, Mary 


105 




Symonds, Karen 


106 


Stone. Sara 


131 




Szemela, Kacie 


131 


Stoner, Timothy 


146 








Stout, Cara 


146 




^mm 


nr 


Stovall, Jennifer 


146 




T 




Stovall, Phillip 


162 




1- 




Stover, Jason 


162 








Straightiff. David 


146 




Takoshima, Akiyu 


k. 146 


Strange, Ryan 


105 




Talago, Elizabeth 


131 


Strange, Stuart 


162, 


284 


Talago, Liz 


2X4 


Strawderman. Dennis 


131 




Talbot, Callie 


131, 213 


Strazie. Michael 


106 




Tallman, Jennifer 


162 


Street, Rachel 


106, 


162 


Tanko. Stephanie 


146 


Street, Virginia 


162 




Tapia. Manbel 


146 


Stribling, Wilham 


146 




Tapia, Mirtha 


146 


Strickland, Christophe 


162 




Tapp, Jessica 


106. 226, 279 


Strider, Brian 


67, 31 


Tarabek, Jessica 


131 


Stroh, Jordan 


146 




Tartaglia, Kelly 


131 


Strohl, LeRoy 


77 




Tash. Adam 


24, 146 


Studer. Kjisten 


131. 


212 


Tavormina, Grego 


ry 162 


Stull, Gregg 


77 




Taylor, Carolyn 


78 


Sturgili, Jeremiah 


146 




Taylor, Emily 


146 


Sturm, Andrew 


162 




Taylor, Erik 


162 


Sturm, Karen 


131 




Taylor, Maeve 


162 


Sturm. Mark 


106 




Taylor, Morgan 


131, 213 


Suddes, Courtney 


131 




Taylor, Nathan 


131, 214 


Sugahara, Karen 


146 




Taylor, Paula 


162 


Suich, Dana 


131 




Taylor, Robert 


131 


Sullins, Jacob 
Sullivan. Enn 


106 
106 




Tellekamp, Jonath 
Teller, Katherine 


n 106 
131 


Sullivan, Genevieve 


131 




Temple, John 


78, 79 


Sullivan. Jason 
Sullivan. Kaitlin 


146 
131 




Templeman, Cory 
Temey, Katherine 


162 
162 


Sullivan, Priscilla 


78 




Terrell, Elizabeth 


162, 285 


Sullivan, Stuart 


78 




Test, Jamie 


213 


Sulzynsky, Viktor 


106 




Tetalman, Emily 
Thall, Darien 


146 

162 


^^^^^ 


'S" 




^^HiH 







Symfonics 



Thindwa, M.limo 


146 




Thing, Christine 


146 




Thomas, Amanda 


146 




Thomas, Claudia 


146 




Thomas, James 


146 




Thomas, Jessie 


106, 286 




Thomas, Joseph Wilson 


163 




Thomas, Matthew 


162 




Thomas, Moira 


106, 162 




Thomas, Staphanie 


106 




Thomas, Stephanie 


162 




Thomason, Kimberly 


146 




Thompson, Dana 


149 




Thompson, Ernest 


34, 162 




Thompson, Lee 


146, 213 




Thompson, Meghan 


131 




Thompson, Natalie 


131, 278 




Thompson, Nina 


78 




Thomson, Kelly 


146 




Thorell, Eiik 


146. 214 




Thome, David 


106 




Thomhill, Joseph 


162. 220 




Thornton, Amy 


146 




Thornton, Charles 


162 




Thornton, David 


24 




Thornton, Linda 


78 




Thurston, Kathenne 


137. 146 




Tidd, Elizabeth 


162 




Tilghman, Kimberly 


162 




Tillman, Amanda 


63. 106 




Timmel, Laura 


106 




Timmerman, Kelly 


146 




Timmins, Rebecca 


78, 212 




Timpano, Christina 


106 




Tinder, Amanda 


107 




Tinklepaugh, Karen 


79, 107 




Tirone, Melissa 


146 




Tobin, Elise 


131 




Todd, Joseph 


66, 131 




Tomchek, Elizabeth 


162 




Tomescu, Priscilla 


162 




Tomlinson, Richard 


146 




Toolin, Maggie 


131 




Toone, Kathleen 


107, 212 




Torres, Diana 


146 




Torres, Mansabel 


162 




Tortora, Kathryn 


131 




Townsend Brett 


131 




Townsend, Caroline 


107 




Townsend, Carolyn 


162 




Townsend, Sean 


188 




Toye. Elizabeth 


131 




Tracy, Arthur 


78 




Tracy, Holly 


131 




Tracy, Patncia 


78 




Tramei, James 


162 




Tran, Huyen 


131 




Traub, Claire 


146 




Tnmble, Elizabeth 


162 




Tripodi, Kathleen 


107 




Trombley, Adrienne 


162, 213 




Tross, Kasey 


107 




Trudell, Eric 


131 




Tsegaye, Amaha-Yesus 


124, 131 




Tuben. Mark 


162 




Tucker, Kassie 


162 




Tucker, Matthew 


131 




Turkelson, Chnstina 


56, 162, 222 




Tumbull, Rebecca 


162, 224, 225, 


251, 287 


Turner, Dixie 


131 




Turner, Jarred 


131, 285 




Turner. Melissa 


146 




Tuttlc, Brandi 


146 




Tuttle, Rachel 


131, 213 




Tuttle, Raymond 


78 




Twigg, Chelsei 


71, 146 




Twining, Stephanie 


146 




Tycz, Zachary 


131 




Tyler, Jo 


78 





kM- 



Ucbelhor, Christopher 
Ulmcr, Jessia 
Ulmschneider, Samuel 
Ulnch, Ryan 
Ungerer, Rachel 
Uphaus, Adele 
Upshaw, Jessica 
Urban, Kathenne 
Uyar, Daniel 



V^ 



Vaccaro, Rachel 
Vacchiano, Sarah 
Valentine, Kathenne 
Valentine, Nate 
Valeyko, Julie 
Valle, Lauren 
Valluzzo, Katya 
Van der Kloet, Katrina 
Van. Sovany 
VanderBerg. Cindy 
VanderBerg, Paul 
Vanderland, Helen 
Van Hook, Stephanie 
VanReuth, Danah 
Varela, Jacklyn 
Varner, Mark 
Vascy. Craig 
Vashee.Ameeta 
Vasil, Nicole 
Vaswani, Sameer 
Vaught, Lindsay 
Vautrot, Kerry 
Vega, Dominique 
Veness, Rebecca 
Vernon, Courtney 
Vestal, Paul 
Vetterling, Pamela 
Vigil. Aracely 
Vigliotti, Laura 
Villegas, Valene 
Vinagro. Knstin 
Vins, Kathy 
Vitale, Gina 
Vizzicr, Alexandra 
Vogel, Brenda 
Vogler, Chase 
VonBargen, Jessica 
Voth. David 
Voyack, Michael 



V\|^v 



Wade, Kellyn 1 3 1 
Wadsworth, Meredith 107 

Wagar, Barbara 78 

Waggener. Jessica 1 63 

Wagner, Elizabeth I 63 
Wainwright, Katherine 163, 

Wakefield, April 1 3 1 

Wakefield, Bianca 163 

Waldrop, Larry 147 

Walker, Christy 1 3 1 

Walker. Joeann 163. 

Walker, Laylon 163, 

Walker, Rebecca 147 

Walker, Ryan 147 

Wallace, Katherine 1 3 1 

Wallace, Kevm 163 

Waller, Ava 131, 

Waller, Delonte 147, 

Walsh, Christina 163 

Walsh, Emily 131 



288 Index 



Ihj. 227. 2N1 


\\■llkln^, .\nda-w 


131 


Wilkinson, Caitlin 


131 


Wilkinson, Suzanne 


147 


Wilkoski. Jennifer 


147 


Willard, Jade 


147, 2S4 


Willemin, Rachel 


147 


Williams, Ann-Mane 


107 


Williams, Bradley 


131 


Williams, Christopher 


163 


Williams. Diane 


163 


Williams, Elizabeth 


78 


Williams, Emily 


163 


Williams, Erin 


156. 163, 286 


Williams, Kathryn 


107 


Williams, K.iki ' 


163 


Williams, Laura 


163 


Williams. Nancy 


78 


Williams, Ulrike 


163 


Willson, Stacy 


132 


Wilson, Ariana 


163 


Wilson, Jasmine 


214 


Wilson, Joni 


163 


Wilson, Lauren 


132 


Wilson, Stephanie 


68, 163 


Wiltenmuth, John 


107, 163 


Wimmel, Christina 


147 


Wind, Ryan 


163 


Wineland, Abbey 


78 


Winfield, Charles 


163, 286 


Winfree, Ashley 


222 


Winfree, Noelle 


132 


Winfrey, Ann-Courtney 


163 


Wingard. Elizabeth 


78 


Winnan, Sarah 


163 


Winstead, Bonnie 


147 


Winter, Laura 


78 


Wissinger, Noah 


65, 132 


Witt, Meghan 


78 


Witters, Vincent 


107 


Witthoefft, Pamela 


163 


Wivell, Clinton 


107, 214 


Woglom, Abigail 


78 


Wolckenhauer, Luke 


147 


Wolff, Kelly 


107 


Wonsom, Sophia 


147 


Wood, Dorothy 


163 


Wood, Enn 


132 


Wood, Rodrick 


163 


Wood, Sara 


163 


Wood. Sarah 


108 


Wood, Sarnna 


132 


Wood, Tonya 


78 


Woodall, Emily 


285 


Woodard, Andrew 


163 


WoodhuU, Steven 


147, 277 


Woods, Cariy 


108 


Woods, Clinton 


147 


Woods, Kimberly 


132 


Woodwell, Grant 


219 


Woody, Lauren 


163, 226 


Worcester, Jennifer 


132 


Worden, Sarah 


108, 224. 225. 25 


, 287 Worthey, Jonathan 


163 


Wnght, Andrew 


108 


Wnght, Dale 


78 


Wnght, David 


147. 2S1 


Wright, Elisabeth 


163 


Wright, Elizabeth 


78 


Wright, Harold 


132 


Wnght, Kayli 


147 


Wright, Tiffany 


132 


Wroblewski, Jennifer 


163 


Wunder, Alissa 


147, 214 


Wyatt, Andrea 


163 


Wyatt, Leslie 


163 


Wyne, All 


108 


Wynn, Margaret 



2^ 



Yakabouski, Melissa 


7>) 


Zach, Knsten 


132 




Yamanka, Cheryl 


147 


Zahn, Julia 


163 




Yanci, Joseph 


132 


Zaidman, Marsha 


79 




Yannello, Irene 


132 


Zaman, Sanjana 


109, 


235 


\ates, Nancv 


79 


Zambanini, Jason 


164 




M-agley, Lisa 


132 


Zbell, Andrea 


164 




Yeamans, Kimberly 


132 


Zdanowicz, Rvan 


164, 


213 


Yeamans, Kristen 


132 


Zechman, Emily 


109 




Yearsley, Diana 


147 


Zedonek, David 


164, 


47 


Yesuf Amal 


163, 232, 234 


Zelenak, Kathryn 


164, 


201 


Yoho, Andrew 


132 


Zemore, Michelle 


147 




Yolango, Regina 


108 


Zentgraf Aaron 


132, 


213 


Yolles, Julia 


132 


Zerbe, Zoe 


132 




Yonce, Jonathan 


147 


Zezula, Mane 


147 




Yoon, Kathenne 


147, 232 


Ziegler, Anne 


132 




Yorzinski, Sharon 


147 


Zimmerman, Justin 


147 




Young, Courtney 


132 


Zinkv, Richard 


147 




Young, Elizabeth 


132 


Ziobro, Lea 


224, 


281 


Young, Jeramv 


132 


Zoebelein, Jennifer 


164 




Young, Justin 


109 


Zoellner, Olivia 


132 




Young, Karen 


132 


Zom, David 


132, 


212 


Young, Stephanie 


147 


Zotte, Linda 


109 




Yowell, Lea 


163, 226 


Zuchow'ski, Kacv 


147 




Yu, Peter 


163 


Zunno, Jamie 


132 




Yudin, Mary 


79 


Zvvanzig, Macy 


132, 


212 


Yudowitch, Dustin 


147, 170, 212 








Yuenger, Megan 


109 










>^ 



Synchronized Swimming Bridget Ravanaugh, Suzanne Grubb, 
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remember with the friends I'll 
never forget!" 



— Ill "I"""!' 



"The glory of friendship Is not the 
outstretched hand, nor the kindly smile, 
nor the joy of companionship. It Is the 
spiritual Inspiration that comes to one 
when he discovers that someone else 
believes In him and Is willing to trust 
him." 

- Ralph Waldo Emerson 



"Though miles may lie between 

us, we're never far apart...friendship doesn't count the miles, it's 

measured by the heart." 

"Twenty years from now you will be 
more disappointed by the things you 
didn't do then by the ones you did 
do." 



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Photography Staff 



Photography Staff 



Photography staff 



Becca Sellers Erin 



Keep away from people who try to belittle your 
ambitions. Small people always do that, but the 
really great make you feel that you, too, can 
become great. - Mark Twain, ^ 





Hirsch 

First of all, I have to 

tiiank Amy, Kelly, and 

Kendra for dealing with 

my endless ridiculous 

questions. You're 

patience with me has 

been greatly 

appreciated! My Wolfe 

Street girls: I can't say 

I've had one boring and 

uneventful day since 

we've moved In. You all 

never cease to amaze me 

with your stories, or crack me up with your jokes. Here's to the 

cookouts in the backyard, Thanksgiving dinner, "That damn cat!", 

catching up on the stairs, pizza at Spirits, dancing in the living room, 

and playing in the snow. Can't wait for next year! Synchro Girls, 

without you all I might have remained sane this year, but really, 

who wants that? Suzanne, Steph, VA, Lisa, and Emily- best wishes In 

anything and everything you do! Cheers! 



"Living is learning and learning is 
living, and then you pass it on." 
- Guru 



raphy Spread | 291 




Sarah (pocfcf 

"To [augli often andmucfi; to 'win the respect of inteCCegent people ancftlie affection ofcfiiUren; to 
earn tHe appreciation of Honest critics and endure tfie BetrayaC of fake friends; to appreciate Beauty, 
tofindtfie Best in others; to Ceave the worCda CittCe Better; whether 6y a heaCthy child, a garden patch 
or a redeemed social condition, to ^low e-ven one Rfe has Breathed easier Because you have lived. 
This is the meaning of success. " - (Ralph 'Wahfo 'Emerson 



Mary anci(Becca 

Jinother year, another Boo^ Bringing our grand total to 4. [<Secca and!Mary talig a 
weH-deserved Bow ] 0ear staff: we couldri't have done it -without you, thanks for 
aUyour hard work, t^w JV^^'- Oearjimy : you 're awesome, -we can 't ever thanl{_you 
enough for making sure we had pictures each deadline 0ear noisy fieater: kudos for 
creeping us out late night after [ate night. <Dear coucfi : we thinkj-t's awesome that 
you're orange, plaid and always there. Oear CraBBy Octopus : your incompetence 
was.. .weH.. amazing. (Dear Mary's camera : way to Be Broken all year. 0ear<Papa 
Jotin s online : you 're the reason we 're still doing yearBook, after alf these years, 
thanks for Being tried and true. J/ind finally, dear KelTy and Xenctra: thanks for 
Being understanding with our late deadRnes [grin ]. Can't wait for ^ew Orleans. 
This is (Becca ei 'Mary, over and... out. 





MeCissa CHristy: Co-'Editor of tHe Academics 
Section 

Mom and<Dad- Thanks so much for supporting me throughout the 
year; although you are now thousands of miles away, it is still as 
reassuring as ever to kjiow you're therefor me. I love you Both very 
much and I am proud and happy to Be your daughter. I hope you enjoy 
the yearBook, 

ACBson - CMi amor! CMi vida! Te eyfraho tanto, pero a la misma vez he 
aprendido desde aquila importancia de nuestra relaciony amistad. 
Siempre serds mi hermanita sexy,fisicamentey especialmente de corazon. 

THe Companions 

(By: Josephine Jackson 

Living close to death 

is not just a case of breath after Breatfi. 

It is to realize that to fraternize 

■witli the darkprince is possible and wise, 

so that in the final weather 

when together you quit the room 

though tentative and weary 

you will have the enormous answer 

to the enormous query. 



It's Beengreat working on the yearBookj-his pcLSt year It wasapleasure to work, 
with the yearBook,staff. I had the opportunity to meet some interesting people. I 
also had some good moments, and last minute deadlines'. I just wanted to say 
thanks to Valerie for Being a great co-editor. Cat Stewart for helping with the 
copy. I would also like to thankjPhiCmy Boyfriend (I Cave you) and my mom for 
Being a strong and Brave woman. 



"It's Been a great Junior year, and I'm sogladthat I hadthe opportunity to work, 
as co-editor of student life with Maria. I had no yearBookjxperience Before, and 
I'm glad I tried something new. Thanks to Cat and everyone on and off staff wBa) 
helped make this year awesome, full of memories and events we were aBle to capture 
in our section. 'Next year -will Be even Better!" 



^^H jl^Vi 





"I (font remember how we Happened to meet each other. I don't 
rememBer who got along with whom first. JiCCl can remember is a[[ 
of us together . . afways " Ihan^you guys for two great years at 
MWC- I am so Cucky to have kriown peopCe who were so hard to 
say goodbye to. 



2002-2003 TearBoo^Staff 




Jis co-editor-in-cHief, I gaineif new friends and [earned so mucfi aSout ioth yearSooi^and myseCf. I wouCdCi^ to 
tfian^aCC of my staff members for their Hard -wort^and dedication... ttian^ to you -we made aCCofour deadlines on 
time. I -would aCso % to tfian^Vic^ for Being so patient -with aCCofour questions andlamifor explaining the 
budget to us many times fi special than^ also goes out to Matt and Justin for moving boxes a-nd helping us to puU 
together Cast minute spreads Jimy... your photography aruC creativity was amazing and -you aCways brought many 
Caughs to stressfuC days.. <Becca and Mary... the amount of fun -we had in 5Vcw OrCeans -was unreal.. dteraCCy. 
Corinne, my roomie... I -wiCCmiss Ci-ving with you! We had many great late night taC^ about Cove, Rfe, and why 
boys don't caCC Jlniia... I wouCd never have made it through stats and research -without you... you are such a 
wondeifuC friend. Summer... I am glad you arefinaCCy bachjrom Africa and I am Cooing forward to another year 
ofFriendCy's dates and aCC of those adventures that onCy happen to us. (Dingo... I -wiCCmiss you! Thursday night -wiT 
not be the same -without you. Mom, (Dad, andlQeC. thanh^you for your Qn/e and support. (Each of you inspire me 
everyday to be the person that I want to be My Justin... than^ for putting up -with aCCofmy schooC related 
traumas and for being you. I Cove you -with aCCmy heart. XeCCy, you are one of my favorite peopCe, and it has been 
an amazing year Civing in the office -with you... may next year's boo^ be even better! - 'Kendra 




Jinyone who ^lows me ^lows this boo^is one of my favorite acti-vities in Rfe, but it's not just wording on the boohJtseCf that 
ma^s the experience worth-while, it's made speciaC by the great number of peopCe who give their time, talent and dedication. 
Tirst of all I want to say a huge tCmn^you to both <Ellen andgCenn wCw taCh^d "Kendra and I through a million RttCe pmbkms 
we encountered as we learned the ropes of being editors-in-chief. Then of course than^ to Tami and 'Vichi for aCC they do for 
the staff. Thanhs to aCCsection editors for aCC your creativity in designing andforaCCthe hoursyouput in. A than^you aCso to 
the rest of the staff, you girCs produced a great booli. (Becca and Mary, you two are fabulous, I had a great time in Wcw OrCeans 
and I'm tCiriCCedto -worhjwith you next year Also thanhs to Matt, Justin andMarcy, our unofficaC staff members wCw heCpedus 
a ton when deadlines got too cCose. Lauren we have CmdafabuCous two years as roommates, tCmnhgfor numerous ping-pong 
games, spontaneous outings, stargazing, and singing ourseCves to sleep among a miCCbn other things Marcy, thanh^youfor 
keeping me sane through freiwh fries and ranch dates, all-nighters at your apartment, way too many trips to gMV, Tech and 
(Richmond, green drin^, feeding squirrels french fries, being groupies, leather pants, and CwCding my mashed potatoes while I 
drive. J am thriCCedto be roommates, nexpyearwe -wiCC cross a few more things off that Cist. "Kendra my Cove, you are so fabulous 
to work^-with. Tearbooh^wouhfn't be CmCfas wondefuC -without you and our McfDonaCd's Cunches, singing to oQEes, conference 
trips, endless gossip and 24 hour marathons: It's been a great year, I can't wait until next year, I have afeeEngit-wiCCbe a 
pefect 10. - KeCCy 




In Memorium... 

Alex Naden 




"People were 
always the 

llmlters of 
happiness except 
for the very few 
that were as good 
as the spring Itself.' 

-Hemingway 

"Alex, our hearts are 
broken, but you will 
always make us smile." 

- Juliana D'Andrllli 



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2003 Battlefield Stafi 



The 2003 Battlefield volume 90 is printed by Taylor 
Publishing Company, 1 550 Mockingbird Ln, Dallas, 
Texas 25235. Glenn Russell is our account executive 
and Ellen Deyerle is our Taylor Representative. The 
Battlefield has a press run of 2,400 copies with 296 
pages of 80 lb matte stock. Staff members 
completed pages on a Dell with PageMaker 7.0 and 
Photoshop 7.0. Staff members also scanned photos 
with a HP Scanjet 7400c flat bed/slide scanner. All 
section copy is set in Times New Roman 1 Opt, and all 
captions are in Times New Roman 8pt. The over and 
beyond logos are created using variations of the 
Malibu font. Folio tabs are done in Eric Condensed. 
The opening copy font is Monotype Corsiva. 
Headlines vary from section to section. The staff sold 
senior ads to parents, with an eighth of a page 
costing $50, a fourth $75 and a half $1 50. All parents 
received notification of this opportunity through fall 
mailings. Candid Color Photography took our senior 
portraits, with Kurt Araujo handling all arrangements 
and contact with the staff. Candid Color 
Photography, 1 1010 Bacon Race Rd., Woodbridge, 
VA,22192. Phone:703-590-0187 Fax:703-590-8221. 
Copies of the Battlefield are free to students at the 
time of release. Funding comes from comprehensive 
fees and ads sales. Inquires regarding the publication 
can be directed to Battlefield Office, Seacobeck 
Hall, Room 107, 1301 College Ave. Fredericksburg, VA 
22401 Phone: 540-654-1132. yearbook(®mwc.edu 



Co-editors-in-Chief 


Kelly Koniowsky 




Kendra Stolzenbach 


Student Life 




Co-editors 


Maria Salazar 




Valerie Villegas 


Staff 


Summer Edell 




Cat Stewart 


Sports 




Co-editors 


Mary Rothlisberger 




Rebecca Sellers 


Staff 


Jennilyn Schuster 




Heather Martinez 


Academics 




Co-editors 


Emily Brandon 




Melissa Christy 


Organizations 




Editor 


Amanda Jordan 


Staff 


Erin Hirsch 




Megan Garrett 


People 


Co-editors 


Rebecca Jones 


Arte 


Sarah Podd 


Aas 

Editor 


Brooke Carter 


Staff 


Angela Roth 


Ptiotography 




Editor 


Amy Hawthorne 


Staff 


Alana West 




Rebecca Sellers 




Aaron Koto 
Erin Hirsch 






Katie Delaney 



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