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FlashBack '96 




100th Anniversary of the 
Bethany College Annual 



The 

Meteor. 

1896-1904 

The 

Kodak. 

1905-1908 



The 
Bethanian. 
1909-1996 



Digitized by the Internet Archive 

in 2011 with funding from 

LYRASIS IVIembers and Sloan Foundation 



http://www.archive.org/details/bethanian1996beth 



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The Bethanian 
FlashBack '96 

1995-1996 

Volume 100 

Bethany College, Bethany, W.Va. 26032 

Table of Contents 

2 • Opening Freshmen • 54 
6 • Seniors Faculty • 64 
28 • Juniors Index • 72 
42 • Sophomores Closing • 78 




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While enjoying concerts has always been a part of Bethany life, it is unlikely students rushed the stage in 1 895 like they did during 
the "Deep Blue Something" concert in 1995. (hyJocly Haiulley) 



FlashBack '96 



In 1896 the fost modem Olympic Games were 
being held in Athens, Greece, and in Bethany, West 
Virginia members of Bethany College's junior class were 
preparing the institution's first annual. While the accom- 
plishments of the latter group may seem insignificant 
compared to the eventual grandeur of the Olympics, their 
contribution to Bethany College should not be dismissed. 
The Meteor, as this first yearbook was known, not only 
recorded the histoiy of 1896 Bethany, but also inspired a 
tradition which would capture the hfe of the college for the 
next 100 years. 

The Bethany College yeaitook has changed con- 
siderably over the past centuiy. For example, its name 
changed from Meteor to Kodak in 1905 and to Bethanian 
in 1909. Organization according to academic class gradu- 
ally evolved to social and housing affiliations. Men's 
athletics, espeically football, received special attention 
from the fii'st volume, yet no special coverage of women's 
teams was present until 1973 with the undefeated "Girl's 
Basketball" team and full coverage did not appear until 
1975. The number of pages has ranged from none in 
1897,1899-1904, 1907-1909 and 1947 to a high of 248 
from 1969-1970. From 1939-1943 the book came out in 
monthly installments and the use of color photographs also 
came and went as did emphasis on club activities and tiie 
dedication of the book to specific individuals. 

These changes did not occur at random. Each 
reflects a shift in the life and values of the college. With this 
in mind, the 1996 Bethanian staff realized that attempts to 
produce a volume which simply unitated the original or 
included aspects of all previous volumes was unwanted. 
But to allow the Golden Anniversary of the Bethany 
College Annual to go unrecognized would be as equally 
unforgivable. 
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To pay respect to the past, as well as capture life 
today, we have focused on Bethany as a community and its 
growth during the past four yeai's. We retumed to organiz- 
ing the book according to academic class and incorporated 
the feats of scholars and athletes alike into the overall life 
of the campus. A class history provides the unique perspec- 
tives of each group, as well as the faculty, and FlashBacb 
offer glimpses into the growth of the 1996 Bethany 
College community. 

We could not afford 248 pages or color photo- 
graphs, but hope we have captured your life as it has 
unfolded during your years, or yeai; at Bethany College. 
We ask of you the same as the 1 896 Meteor staff asked of 
their readers, "judge us not with 'the critic's eye' but accept 
our work at its best, remembering that whatever value our 
efforts may have, they are all given for the love of old 
Bethany and her honor." We dedicate this volume to the 
W6 Meteor sM. 




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The 1996 Bison baseball team has established a winning 
tradition and this year celebratedwith a PAC Championship. 
(by Denise Doty) 



FlashBack'96- 




THE 1S96/V/£T£0/? STAFF 

Row 1: Katherine Ralston. J. P. Sala and Nan E. Westwood. Row 2: V. G, Hostetter, H. G. Hil 

Whitacre and N. L. McDiarmid. Missing: W. Mansel; Editor-in-Chief 



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Getting to i<.iss 
a stranger is the 
tradition at 
Luau. and 
junior Emily 
Rush knows 
they don't come 
any stranger 
than senior 
Chris Fritzges 
as she plants a 
smooch on his 
cheek, (by Jody 
Handler) 



Keeping lacrosse alive at Bethany, 
freshman Keith Kos prepares to 
replace a tired old senior during an 
exciting match, (by Heather Ridge) 



Comprehensive exams and the related stress 
have always been a Bethany tradition — 
singing "Foxy Lady" is senior Kelly Ross" 
own way of dealing with it. (by Kara Schultz 



Passing through Oglebay Gates doesn't seem to have changed 
this group of seniors, as they are still in a hurry to get done with 
Baccalaureate and begin their final night of celebration on 
campus, (by Kara Schultz) 



FlashBack'95' 




Bethany has a wide variety ot relationships on campus, but 
perhaps the strongest is evident between freshmen Priti 
Rajen Sharma and Ranjana Rajen Sharma. daughter and 
mother, as they evaluate the snow sculptures during Snow 
Carnival '95. (by Diana Perez-Buck) 




Anticipating another victory, the women's soccer team 
watches the end of the men's game before taking the 
field, (by Jon Gordon) 




Walking like an Egyptian, sophomore April English leads junior 
Erin Cooper and senior Stephanie Hammrick through the Kappa 
Delta House, (by Heather Elias) 




"Oooh! This is a pretty color," 
exclaims freshman Niki Welsh as 
she applies dye to freshman 
Francie Wiggins" hair during one 
of the Softball team's road trips. 
thy Michelle Strike) 



Following an exciting 17-16 \'ictory over Waynesburg, coach 
Steve Campos makes sure the team keeps everything in 
perspective and is not overly confident, i by Jon Gordon) 



While it wasn't 
oysters, sharing a 
dinner with junior 
Jonathan Blackmon 
still creates some 
strong emotions for 
sophomore Dan 
Soloman. (by Angela 
Higgins) 




"Alpha Sig, Alpha Sig. .Xlpha Sig. Ooh!" Juniors Chris Jackson and John McCarthy, senior Ryan Hoffman andjunior Dave 
Rathbun perform the Alpha Sigma Phi signature song and dance during Greek Sing, (by Denise Don) 



The Class of 1996 

Thanks for the Memories 

by Sai'ah Clark, LeAnn Root and Craig Williams 



Then, there are the professors and staff w 
also left Bethany, such as Ted Bunnell, director 
financial aid; Bob Rosbourough, director of Alun 
Relations; Tracy Maurer, assistant professor of co 
munication; Mark Mc Williams, assistant professor 
religious studies; and Paul Schattman, assistant prof 
sor of political science. Regardless of why these peo 
left, we remember them for their contributions to ( 
lives. They made a difference, too. 

Negativity sometimes gets the best of us all. ' 
look at Bethany and see its potential, and we lool< 
ourselves and see our disappointment. In the differei 
lies our discouragement. Yet at Bethany we are ; 



After the fourth and hopefully final year at 
Bethany, seniors have a somewhat different perspec- 
tive of our dear Alma Maten During these years, we all 
have changed, as has the college, both for better and for 
worse. Perhaps in relative old age, the seniors' view- 
point has become more cynical and less optimistic than 
the youngsters'. Yet this different vantage point hasn't 
tarnished all of the memories of our years at ol' 
Bethany. We entered Bethany with hopes of a liberal 
arts education, friendship and hfe experiences we 
could not acquire anywhere else. And we got what we 
came for. 

As we entered our first meal in Benedum 

Commons in 1992, the smoke that r 

wafted through the air wasn't neces- 
sarily from the kitchen. However, that 
only lasted a year because the college's 
anti-tobacco policy made it illegal in 
all public buildings tkee yeai"s ago. As 
the smoke cleared away, so did many 
of the faculty and staff. Like security 
guard Tracy Gilbert and Beth Vanelle, 
director of development. David Judy, 
professor of Fine Arts, passed away, 
but he will always be remembered by 
those who knew him. Perry Gresham, 
too, former president of Bethany Col- 
lege, left us in 1994 as a great leader 

and pillar who advanced Bethanv'S "Iloveyou. man!" Expressing the feelings of every graduating senior. Brian 

Heenan says those magical words to president D. Duane Cummins which will 
iniereStS. change their relationship forever, (by Kara Schidtz) 

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The friendship between seniors 
Heather "Twiggy" Gregory and 
Shelby Haines grew strong over 
the past four years despite 
Shelby's constant efforts to mai^e 
Twiggy eat Aladdin food, (hy 
Jodx Handler I 



Dressed as an ant. senior Beth McConnaughy 
completes her student teaching requirements by 
leading Bethany Primary student Jessie Riley 
through town, (hy Angela HIggin.s) 




plagued by the scourges of most American college 
campuses — violence, unrest and mindless political 
coiiectness. We are who we ai'e, and Bethany has 
allowed us to grow into who we shall become. 

Sometimes we disagree with others about pohcy 
direction at Bethany. We reahze, though, that such 
disagreement spawns only from our deep concem for 
our college. Amidst our greatness of being Bethany we 
sometimes lose sight of the big picture and allow petty 
details to distract us from our mission of learning. 

As graduates who have left Bethany, our mes- 
sage to underclassmen is this: enjoy and appreciate 
what you have, what you know, and who you know. 
Work to make yourselves proud, bringing honor to 
Bethany and Bethanians. 

Our message to our administration and staff is 
this: thank you for your efforts to preserve Bethany. In 



you is the trust of over 10,000 alumni to serve Bethany's 
interests. Always return to truth and integrity as you 
rely on your dedication and dihgence to develop 
Bethany's strengths and maintain our prominence. 

Our message to our teachers is this: you ai-e the 
best. You work hai'd, sometimes deriving httle pleasure 
from your efforts, and remain committed to expanding 
our minds. Your contributions go further than you may 
ever know or see as we carry them with each of us 
around the worid in the decades to come. 

Stepping back from close inspection often re- 
veals more about what this place is and how it fits into 
our worid experiences. 

As our distances from Bethany only increase 
over the years, we hope to gain a better understanding 
of what Bethany is and realize that, in some ways, we 
will never be very far away at all. Thanks again. 




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AMANDA DEBORAH ALLEN 

Parkersburg, W.Va. 

Social Work 

PHIMU 



MATTHEW AMMON 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Computer Science 

ALPHA SIGMA PHI 

Thanks Mom and Dad, Lazarus and 

Ski Club, Rockford and Alpine. 



MICHAEL ANTHONY BACHINSKI 

Charleroi, Pa. 
Physical Education 
BETA THETA PI 

The only reason some people are slill 

alive is because it 's against 

the law to kill them. 

Love you and thanks Mom and Dad. 



PAUL CHAD BARNETT 

Farmington. Conn. 

English 
INDEPENDENT 

Our battered suitcases were piled on the 

sidewalk again: we had longer ways to go 

But no matter, the road is life.-Kerouac. 

Thanks. 




ALICE BICKERSTAFF 

Steubenville. Ohio 

Biology 

INDEPENDENT 

Tliank you Mom and Dad. 



JOHN STEPHEN BOWERS 

Wellsburg. W.Va. 

Communication 

BETA THETA PI 

Whether you like me or you don 't like 

me. learn to love me, 'cause I'm the best 

going today. Whoa! 

Thanks Mom, Dave, Chad, Elsie. 



PETER JOHN BREDLAU JR. 

Westfield. N.J. 

Psychology 

SIGMA NU 

To all the Sigma Niis and friends, 

thanks for the four great years. 

Now let's go throw some pots! 

Have fun: we only live once. 



DOUGLAS W. BROWN 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Psychology 

KAPPA ALPHA 

Dreams do come true 

if you want them bad enough. 

Thank you Mom and Dad for all your 

love and support. 




JOANNA J. BURKHOLDER 

Greensburg, Pa. 

Mathematics 

ALPHA XI DELTA 

Don 't underestimate the value of doing 

nothing, of just going along, listening to 

all the things you can 7 hear, and not 

bothering. Thanks, survivors! 

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MATTHEW CARADINE 

Fairfax, Va. 

Accounting 

PHI KAPPA TAU 

That 's the way it goes, usually that 's 

how it goes, but don 't forget every once 

in a while it goes the other way, too. - 

Q.T. 



HOWSOON CHAM 

Banjul, The Gambia 

Political Science 

INDEPENDENT 

All that I ant. or hope to be. 

I owe to my angel mother. 

Special thanks to .Angela, Mammy, and 

Papa. I love you all. 



AMY CHILDERS-WADE 

Wheeling, W.Va. 

Psychology 

INDEPENDENT 

And we know that all things work to 

good for those that love the Lord. 

To the love of my life — my husband. 




Two wild and cru/.y seniors. Kai-hacl Sims and 
Dori Kornowski, play a poor iiamo of leapfrog 
ai ihc Homecoming lailgalc parly, (by Jocly 

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The nervous laughter begins for juniors 
Christy Cooey and Crystal Ola as they 
listen to senior Pam Frei's story of how she 
almost choked during comps. (by Jonallian 

Vogel) 






As Bing Crosby plays in the background, senior Erin Giovanetti 
relaxes after a day of student teaching by decorating the Phi Mu 
Christmas tree, (by Angela Higgins) 



Zetas stick together, as sophomore Leah Mangino. and 
seniors Jenn Leahy and Heather Gregory demonstrate 
by forming a defensive wall against Gro\ e City. 
(by Jon Gordon) 




SARAH C. CLARK 

East Liverpool, Ohio 

Communication 

INDEPENDENT 

Tliank you to my family for all your love 

and support. I love you. 



DEVON COLE 

Betliany, W.Va. 

Interdisciplinary Studies 

INDEPENDENT 



HOLLY LYNN COMLEY 

Carnegie, Pa. 

Computer Science 

KAPPA DELTA 

It was the bumblebee and the butterfly 

who survived, not the dinosaurs. -Meridel 

LeSuer. Love you Jesse, Mom— you are 

my sunshine, inspiration, best friend. 



LAWRENCE CARROLL CUCCARO 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Fine Arts 

SIGMA NU 

Thanks Mom, Dad, Jackquelyn, 

Jen, and to the rest of my family for 

giving me the greatest gift of all — 

a chance for success. 




ANNE DALBY 
Wheeling, W.Va, 

Biology 

INDEPENDENT 

Thank you for everything. 

Mom and Dad. 



KARALEE DEMKO 

Wilson, N.C. 
Communication 

PHIMU 

We can 't return, 

we can only look behind 

from where we came. 

Thanks to Phi Mu. 



MARIO DIBIAS 

Wheeling, W.Va. 

Physical Education 

BETA THETA PI 

Thanks Mom, Dad, Maria, Marco, 

the brothers of Beta Theta Pi, 

and everyone else who helped me make 

it this far. 



JENNIFER HOPE DINTINI 

Weirton, W.Va. 

Biology 

PHIMU 

It is good to have an end to journey 

towards, but it is the journey 

that matters in the end. 
Thanks for the journey girls! 




DENISE JOANN DOTY 

Wellsburg, W.Va. 

Communication 

INDEPENDENT 

Some people come into our lives and 

quickly go. Some stay for awhile, leave 

footprints on our hearts, and we are 

never, ever the same. -Flavia 

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SARA ANN DOTY 

Martins Ferry, Ohio 

Physical Education 

ALPHA XI DELTA 

/ don 't know, so sure, why not? 

Thanks Mom and Dad for your support 

and a special thanks to 

Mr. Colby Kitty. 



MICHELLE MARIE DRAGO DIANE JENNIFER DRANIKOSKl 



Mayfield Heights, Ohio 

Accounting 

KAPPA DELTA 

Think wrongly if you must but in all 

cases think for yourself. -Doris Lessing. 

Thanks to my parents, family, and 

friends. I love you. 



Canonsburg, Pa. 

French 

ALPHA XI DELTA 

Void mon secret. 

On ne volt bien qu 'avec le coeur, 

L 'essentiel est invisible pour les yeux. 

-Le petit prince. 



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Hoping Kramer and Pepsi can help draw crowds, junior Ricii 
Holmes advertises iiis liopes for a successful 1994 Luau. (hy Tom 
Balistrcri) 



Getting into the Homecoming spirit, senior 
Jennifer Solomon leads seniors Jennifer 
Talarico and Elizabeth Kasscrman in the 
'■.Saturday Night Line Dance." Ihy Kailiryii 
McLaren) 



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Student teacher Jill Graf, senior, explains to 
second grader.s Parker McGowan and Danielle 
Smith how a bat goes to the "batroom" by 
showina them its intestines. (h\ David Casiits) 



Demonstrating the board-crashing tips 
he taught Shaq. senior John Bovvers 
thinks he has impressed another 
gullible freshman. Jeremiah Roberts. 
(by Lxniru Hammetl) 



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HEATHER M. ELIAS 

Moundsville, W.Va. 

Fine Arts 

KAPPA DELTA 

Build thee more stately mansions, 

my soul, -unknown. 

Thanks Mom. Dad. and Kappa Delta 

A.O.T. 



JENNIFER ERB 

Maynard. Mass. 

Education 

ZETA TAU ALPHA 

A good way to count your blessings is by 

the quality of the friends you have. 

All I can say is that I'm blessed. 



A^iELA PATRICIA FRET 

Hyde Park, N.Y. 

French 
INDEPENDENT 

A coeur vaillant rien d'impossible. — 
Nothing is impossible lo a valiant heart. 



CHRISTOPHER C. FRITZGES 

Glenshaw. Pa. 

English/Fine Arts 

PHI KAPPA TAU 

We're going to follow the oldest setups 

in the world, but then we 're going to go 

to the moon. -Quentin Tarantino. 

Thanks MomI 




ELIZABETH K. GALE 

Cleveland, Ohio 

Social Work 

PHIMU 

Thanks Mom and Dad for everything. 



BRIAN JOSEPH GEREVICS 

Blaine, Ohio 

Accounting 

BETA THETA PI 

Thanks to my family, friends, and 

fraternity, especially to Mom and Dad: 

you 're my inspiration. Keep chasing the 

sunsets and vour dreams will come true. 



ERIN RACHELLE GIOVANETTI 

Clarksburg, W.Va. 

English 

PHIMU 

/( is good to have an end lo journey 

towards: but it is the journey that 

matters, in the end. -Ursula K. LeGuin. 



JILL KATHERINE GRAF 

Weirton, W.Va. 
Education 
PHIMU 




HEATHER "TWIGGY" GREGORY 

Aliquippa, Pa. 

Psychology 

ZETA TAU ALPHA 

Laugh at yourself first, before anyone 

else can. -Elsa Ma.xwell. 



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SHELBY HAINES 

Cameron, W.Va. 

Education 

ZETA TAU ALPHA 

Look for the sun and 

you 'II never see the rain. 

I love you Mom and Dad, 

I couldn 'I ask for anything more. 



LAURA CATHERINE HAMMETT 

St. Mary's, W.Va. 

Communication 

INDEPENDENT 

Try not. Do. or do not. 

There is no try! 

Thank you so much to my family and 

friends. 



STEPHANIE HAMRICK 

Massillon, Ohio 

Biology 

KAPPA DELTA 

/ could have missed the pain 

but I'd of had to miss the dance. 

-Garth Brooks, The Dance. 



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FlashBack '92 

Putting on make-up was a skill Chris Frilzges peilected during his 
freshman year. Little did he know how useful it would be (or future 
Halloween parties, (by Stephen Barbour) 



Hoping Aladdin will use some oi 
his tips, senior Frankie Taal serves 
up a special Gamhian dish for the 
ISA dinner, (by David Casiiis) 




Whether it's fighting for justice on the streets of Gotham City or just 
entertaining guests at the Phi Kappa Tau Halloween party, seniors Chris 
Fritzges and Rich Holmes are dressed for action, (by Jody Handley) 

— ■ FlashForward '95 



Using the determination which allowed them to 
reach their senior year, Sara Dot)' and Devon 
Cole finish warm-up laps at one of their final 
cross country practices, (by Jon Cordon) 



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LEIGH MICHELE HENDERSON 

Sebring. Ohio 

Social Work 

PHIMU 

To thy own self be true. 

Thanks to my mom and dad. 

For always believing in me. 

I love von. 



ANGELA H. HIGGINS 

Zanesville, Oliio 
Communication 

PHIMU 

Choice, not chance. 

determines Imman destiny. 

Thank you Mom, Dad. Matt and Jon for 

everything you 've done for me. 



KELLY HINDMAN 

Wellsboro, Pa. 

Biochemistry 

ZETA TAU ALPHA 

Reach high, for stars lie 

hidden in your soul. 

Dream deep, for every dream preceeds 

the goal. -Pamela Vaull Starr. 



REDA J. HODGE 

Bethlehem, W.Va. 

Social Work 

INDEPENDENT 

Everyone is special in their own way. 




RYAN T. HOFFMAN 

Bethany. W.Va. 

Computer Science 

ALPHA SIGMA PHI 

Thanks mom and dad 

for your love and support. 

You go we go. -Backdraft. 



RICHARD HOLMES 

Warwick, R.I. 

Communication 

PHI KAPPA TAU 

It ain't over 'til the fat lady sings. 

so tell her she 's on in five. 



MATTHEW D. lOBST 

Emmaus, Pa. 
Philosophy/Religious Studies 

INDEPENDENT 

I have been a child in all things. 

but now. I know that love does not 

necessarily mean happiness. 



MODOU D. JAGNE 

Banjul, The Gambia 

Economics 

INDEPENDENT 

All that I am. or hope to be. 

I owe to my angel mother. 

Tasayg, (Mom) this one is 

dedicated to you. Rest in peace. 




ELIZABETH ANNE JEWELL 

Warren, Ohio 

Fine Arts/French 

ZETA TAU ALPHA 

No road is long with good company. 

All the love in the world to my family 

and friends! 

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ROBIN LEIGH JONES 

Penn Hills, Pa. 

English 

KAPPA DELTA 

I've spent four years prostrate to the 

higher mind, got my paper, and now I 'm 

free. Thank you sisters and friends for 

the memories shared. 



ELIZABETH KASSERMAN 

Painesville. Ohio 

Mathematics 

ALPHA XI DELTA 

The Great Spirit smiles on me. 

On me and only me. 

The Great Spirit hates everyone else. 

We're best friends, -ellen. 



M.J. KELLER 

Mesa, Arizona 

English/Fine Arts 

ZETA TAU ALPHA 

Conformity is the greatest rebellion 

against oneself: therefore, 

one should aspire to find greatness 

within oneself. 



laving been crowned Homecoming queen and king. 
in'iors Jennifer Dintini and Pete Bredlau show otT 
leir royal smiles, {by Alcxundru Efros) 



Willi perfect style and grace, 
senior Jen Leahy passes the bal 
down field during a disappoint- 
ing loss to Grove City for the 
PAC championship. Ihy Jon 
Gordon) 



Ever the hams, senior Dori 
Kornowski and James "Candyman' 
Pillar, class of '95. mug for the 
camera at the Homecoming Dance. 

Ihy Joclx Hcindlcx) 




It was "good. . . 
Beliesing 
Diiihy's vocals 
could use 
audience partici- 
pation, senior 
Mike Rogers, 
junior Lorin 
Jackley and 
senior Aaron 
Squire belt out 
the lyrics to 
"Good" at the 
Homecoming 
Dance, thy Jody 
Handlex) 



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SHAWN C. KENNEDY 

Monongahela, Pa. 

Biology 

SIGMA NU 

Gone are the days we stop to decide. When 

we shoidd go we just ride! -J. Garcia. 

Thanks Mom. Frank. 

Good luck everyone K.O.LO.H. 



JOLENE M. KIGER 

Valley Grove, W.Va. 

Accounting 

KAPPA DELTA 

Thanks to my family and friends who 

have supported me these past few years. 

A special thanks to Jeff. 

I love you all. 



BRIAN M. KOMOROWSKI 

Wheeling, W.Va. 

Accounting 

KAPPA ALPHA 

The beer is too cold, the daiquiri is too 

fruitiful. The weather is here, I wish you 

were beautiful. -Jimmy Buffet. 

Thanks Mom and Dad. 



DORINE LEA KORNOWSKI 

Bethany. W.Va. 

Communication 

ALPHA XI DELTA 

The greatest challenge is not in the 

imagining; it's in sharing what you see. - 

unknown 
Thanks 'mi famtia' for your love & support. 




GAIL KOSTER 

Middletown, Md. 

Mathematics/Education 

KAPPA DELTA 

Thank you to my family and friends for 

being there for me. 

Life 's a dance you learn as you go. 

-John Michael Montgomery. 



STEPHANIE KUCHARSKI 

Milford, N.J. 

History 

ALPHA XI DELTA 

To be misunderstood! 



JENNIFER A. LEAHY 

East Meadow, N.Y. 

Communication 

ZETA TAU ALPHA 

The best thing you ever did, 

is to help me take my life less seriously; 

it's only life, after all. 

Thanks Mom, Dad and family. 



JESSICA LYNNE LEAVITT 

Follansbee, W.Va. 

Social Work 

ZETA TAU ALPHA 

Thank you Mom, Dad and Matt for 
everything. 




BRIAN LEMASTERS 

Moundsville, W.Va. 

Economics 

PHI KAPPA TAU 

Let the world wag. 

-John Davison Rockefeller. 



AMY CHRISTINE LOWE 

Braddock Heights, Md. 

Fine Arts/Psychology 

INDEPENDENT 



DANIEL JOSEPH MALONE 

Wheeling, W.Va. 
Fine Arts/Psychology 

independent" 

Style, not sincerity, is the vital thing. - 

Oscar Wilde. Thank you Mom, Kenn, 

Lariy, Char, and Steve for being there. 

Each of you is priceless! 



KELLY MARKS 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Fine Arts 

ZETA TAU ALPHA 

Life is the only real teacher. 

Thanks for everything Mom, Dad, 

Michael, Jodi. my friends, and Zeta. 

I couldn 't have done it without vou. 



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Perl'ccling their tans and setting an example, seniors Billy 
Schroeder and Tim Pickana allow the "kids'" to rest before 
leading them down the raging rapids of the Youghiogheny 
River, (by J on Gordon) 



Although senior Sarah Clark lets loose her characteristic lion's 
roar, senior Craig Williams remains unrulTled as he writes his 
weekly editorial for The TOWER, (by Jody Handley) 




iFlashBack'93- 




It is unlikely that freshmen Kelli Poole, Angela Higgins, Missy Swain, Kim Jones and Jen Dintini realized they would want 
to run as fast on May 18, 1996 to get their diplomas as they did on Feb. 12, 1993 to join Phi Mu. (by Denyse Smith) 



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RICHARD L. MARTIN, JR. 

Martin's Ferry. Ohio 

Biology 

KAPPA ALPHA 

Strive to be what you've never been 

before. Thanks Mom and Dad for 

pushing so hard! 

Milk, it does the body i 



CHRISTIE MARIE MAZEZKA 

Wellsburg, W.Va. 

Economics 

ALPHA XI DELTA 

A frog in a sombrero does not a party 

make. -Ellen Degeneres, 

Gracias a Dios que me gradiie. 



BETH ANNE MCCONNAUGHY 

Bridgeport, Ohio 

Interdisciplinary Studies 

INDEPENDENT 

Thanks to all of my family and friends — 

especially my Gram Daisy. 

I love you all very much. 



SHON MEALE 

Norwich, England 

Physical Education 

INDEPENDENT 

Many thanks to everyone throughout the 

past four years. Especially my family in 

England. You were always in my heart. 

Let the adventure continue. 




ROSS MARK MERENDA 

FoUansbee. W.Va. 

Communication 

INDEPENDENT 

Thanks Mom. Dad, Daniel, and Dea. 

I couldn 't have done it without you. 

But above all, thanks to my Lord and 

Savior. Jesus Christ. 



SARAH L. METHENEY 

Cowen. W.Va. 

Education 

INDEPENDENT 



BRANDI D. O'CONNER 

Pittsburgh. Pa. 

Social Work 

ALPHA XI DELTA 

Circus life under the big top world. 

We all need the clowns to make us smile. 

-Journey 'Faithfully' 

Rob — / love you! Thanks! 



KEELY ANN OELSCHLAGER 

Moundsville, W.Va. 

Special Education 

ALPHA XI DELTA 

And I, I took the road less traveled by 

and that has made all the difference. 

I love you Dad, Mom. Kara, 

and Michael. 




CHAD OLLILA 

Weirton, W.Va. 

Biology 

PHI KAPPA TAU 

Tell them all to go to hell in such a way 

that they look forward to the trip. 

-Ken Cosgrove. Ph.D. 

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AMY ALLYN PACKARD 

Mollis, N.H. 

Education 

ZETA TAU ALPHA 

Let today embrace the past with 

rememberance and the future with 

longing. -K.G. Thanks Mom, Dad, Ann, 

Mollis, and Zetafor all your support. 



JACQUELYN PALMER 

Kent, W.Va. 

Chemistry /Physics 

INDEPENDENT 

Advancing the theory that the snake was 

the good guy and since God wrote the 

PR release the old snake simply got alota 

bad press. -Ellison. 



TIMOTHY D. PICKANA II 

Adena, Ohio 

Accounting 

INDEPENDENT 

Sometimes the brightest person is he who 

knows that he knows nothing. 

Thanks to all of my family and Billy for 

getting me through college! 



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The lights are lowered and props are in 
place as guys and ghouls such as senior 
Gregg Komitsky and junior Natalie Baird 
welcome visitors to the Phi Mu/Alpha 
Sigma Phi Haunted House, (by Angela 
Higginx) 



Even with the help of makeup, assistant professor 
of fine arts Pam McCready cannot make seniors 
Janel Taylor and Denise Doty look happy with 
graduation still months away, (by Charlie King) 




Ready to rock the 
house, senior Curt 
Wadsworth and 
sophomores Dave 
Valence, Becky 
Vensel and Charlie 
King tune up for the 
final act of the 
Parents' Weekend 
Talent Show, (by 
Jody Hundley) 



While senior 
Liz Jewell 
tries to keep 
her giggle 
under control, 
senior Erin 
Giovanetti and 
junior Erin 
Cooper do 
their best 
sorority 
imitations 
during 
rehearsal for 
the Alphi Psi 
Omega 
Cabaret, (by 
Jody Handley) 



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SARAH PIERCE 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Psychology 

KAPPA DELTA 

There is no happiness 

where there is no wisdom. 

Heros often fail. 



KELLI A. POOLE 

Follansbee. W.Va. 

Communication 

INDEPENDENT 

Gratitude is the lieart 's memories. 

To my family. Paul, friends and 

groundlings, thanks for all the memories. 

I'll always hold them close to m\ heart. 



JAMES KERN POWERS 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Philosophy/Psychology 

KAPPA ALPHA 

The philosophies of one age have become 

the absurdities of the next, and the 
foolishness of yesterday has become the 
wisdom of tomorrow. -Sir William Osier. 



ELIZABETH M. RESIDUE 

Lynn, Maine 

Social Work 

ALPHA XI DELTA 

He who walks in another's tracks 

leaves no footprints. -Brannen. 

Thanks to my family and 

my Alpha Xi sisters. 




BETH A. REESE 

Zanesville, Ohio 

Economics/English 

PHI MU 

It was a delightful visit — perfect, 

in being much too short. 

■Jane Austen. 



MELANIE SUE RIGGLE 

North Myrtle Beach, S.C. 

Education 

ALPHA XI DELTA 

If you want the rainbow. 

you gotta put up with the rain! 

Thanks to my family and my sisters! 



JENNIFER M. RODKEY 

Austintown, Ohio 

Education/English 

PHIMU 

One of life 's greatest pleasures is doing 

what people say you can 't. 

Thanks Mom and Dad for all of your 

love and support! 



MICHAEL F. ROGERS 

Clinton, Md. 

Physical Education 

ALPHA SIGMA PHI 

Procrastination is the thief of time. 

rule the time of day. 
Do not let the time of day rule you. 





LEANN ROOT 

North Huntingdon, Pa. 

Communication 

KAPPA DELTA 

If I'm too strong for some people, 

that 's their problem. -Glenda Jackson. 

If there is one thing that's forever, 

itisA.O.T. 

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KELLY BETH ROSS 

Penfield, N.Y. 

English 

INDEPENDENT 

Now it is my word against yours. 

Thanks Mom and Dad, I coidd've done it 

without you but wouldn 't have wanted to. 

BBKMAALUV 



JONATHAN W. RUMBURG 

Wooster, Ohio 

Religious Studies 

INDEPENDENT 

Don 't sweat the small stuff in life. 

But remember it's all small stuff. 

So be it. So shall it be. 

Amen. 



FREDRICK K. SAUNDERS 

Cross Lanes. W.Va. 

Economics/Political Science 

KAPPA ALPHA 

Thanks Mom. for all your 

understanding, time, and help. 

I couldn 't have done it without vou! 




Taking a break from his 
intense game of solitaire, 
senior Ken Ricliey 
checks out what's on 
television, (hy Michelle 
Strike) 



FlashBack'94' 




Freshman Player of the Year and winner of three MVP Awards in 
the PAC. junior Missy Miller displays the skills which will one day 
get her into the Bethany College Hall of Fame, (by Kelli Poole) 




No, it's not the new- 
Burger King 
spokesmodel. It's the 
996 Snow Carnival 
king, senior Chad 
OUila, showing his 
royal crown, (by Kara 
Schitltz) 



Alone in biology 
lab, senior 
Shawn Kennedy 
takes the first 
step in creating a 
special mixture 
to be served at 
the Bowery 
Brawl, (by 
Denise Doty) 




Ac"COMP"lished and out of control! Seniors Diane Dranikoski and Stephanie Kucharski can't help 
but express their excitement over passing their comps. (by Jonathan Vogel) 



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EMILY SCHOENFELDT 

Livonia, Mich. 

Interdisciplinary Studies 

INDEPENDENT 

There are only rw'o kinds of people who 

fail: those who listen to nobody and 

those who listen to everybody. 

Love you Mom and Dad! 



PETER C. SCHROEDER 

Lorain. Ohio 

Economics 

PHI KAPPA TAU 

Thanks to God and my mother 

for giving me the strength to follow 

in my late father's footsteps. 

I love you all very much. 



WILLIAM J. SCHROEDER JR. 

Manassas, Va. 

Accounting 

INDEPENDENT 

Thanks Mom and Dad for being the best 

parents in the world. 

Thanks T.P.. V.G.. C.B. andJ.B. 

Stav hard! 




HEATHER MARIE SCHUSTER 

West Mifflin, Pa. 

Education 

PHIMU 

Thanks Mom and Dad for everything. 

I love you! 



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DANYEL LEIGH SCOTT 

Ambridge, Pa 

Social Work 

ALPHA XI DELTA 

What lies behind us or before us is 

nothing compared to what lies within us. 

Thank you Mom and Richard for your 

support and sacrifice. 



JILL DIANNE SCOTT 

Glenholden, Pa. 

Special Education 

KAPPA DELTA 

Mom. Dad I love you for standing by 

my side, supporting me through 

the good and bad times. 

I am a special person . . . -Clark Garner. 



JACQUELINE SENAY 

Canonsburg, Pa. 

Communication 

ALPHA XI DELTA 

You 'II learn more about a road by 

traveling it than by consulting all the 

maps in the world. 

rejoice. -unknown. 



RACHAEL A. SIMS 

Chester, W.Va. 

Communication 

ALPHA XI DELTA 

Thank you Mom and Dad 

for believing in me. 

I love you! 




AARON SMEE 

Wadsworth, Ohio 
Fine Arts/Religious Studies 

INDEPENDENT 

Thanks Mom. Dad and Adam. 

I love vou! 



JENNIFER LYNN SOLOMON 

Morgantown, W.Va. 

Accounting 

ALPHA XI DELTA 

Common sense is genius dressed in its 

working clothes. -Ralph Waldo Emerson. 

Thanks Mom and Dad for your support 

and encouragement. I love you. 



DAWN M. SOTIRAKE 

Baden, Pa. 

English 

INDEPENDENT 

It's a regular conspiiiracy. 

-the old sheep, Charlotte 's Web. 



AARON SQUIRE 

Pottstown, Pa. 

Physical Education 

ALPHA SIGMA PI 

Once in a while you gel shown 

the light in the strangest of places 

if you look at it right. 

-Hunter/Garcia. 



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Overcome with emotion, senior 
Darren O'Toole sprints to the podium 
to accept the Thomas R. Briggs 
Award during the Honors Day 

Convocation, (hy Heather Ridi^e) 

Enjoying a day off from classes, seniors Jennifer 
Taiarico and Beth Rebidue use Snow Carnival to 
show freshman Gretchen Wyman how to build the 
perfect snowman, (by Christy Cunningham) 






As teammates junior Liz 
Broughton and freshman Monica 
Gibeaut hope for the best, senior 
Leigh Henderson bumps the ball to 
set up a spike, (by Jody Handley) 



If he had known passing comps would include a gift rabbit and a "goose" from senior 
Sarah Pierce, senior Virgil lobst would have passed them years ago. (by Jonathan Vogel) 



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VANESSA STATHEROS 

Wellsburg, W.Va. 

Communication 

PHIMU 



JILL RENEE STIMPSON 

Avella. Pa. 
Computer Science/Mathematics 

ALPHA XI DELTA 

Today, well lived makes yesterday 

a dream of happiness. 

and tomorrow a vision of hope! 



KEVIN ANTHONY STREETE 

Montego Bay, Jamaica 

Chemistry 

INDEPENDENT 

Let Jah be praised. Give thanlis to one 

and all. Mom thanks for everything. I 

love you. Greetings Auntie Joan, 

Crannv. Nenne. Love you all. 



MICHELLE LEIGH STRIKE 

McDonald, Pa. 
Communication 
KAPPA DELTA 

Common sense is not so common. - 

Voltaire. Thanks Dad. Mom, Brian and 

Seannfor everything that you have done 

for me. I love you all! 




ERIC STEPHEN STROMMER 

Great Barrington, Maine 

Education 

INDEPENDENT 

Character is made by what you stand 

for: reputation by what you fall for 



ELIZABETH STROUP 

Austintown. Ohio 

Mathematics 

PHIMU 

Dad always thought laughter was the 

best medicine, wliich I guess was why 

several of us died of tuberculosis. 

-Jack Handev. 



JAY SWARTZWELDER 

Crafton. Pa. 

Communication 

INDEPENDENT 

Dreams are full of life, 

so go live your dreams. 



FRANKIE DODOU TAAL 

Banjul, The Gambia 

Political Science 

ALPHA SIGMA PHI 

The biggest man was once only a baby: 

in the end. everyone is equal (one love). ■ 

Bob Marley. Thanks Mom. Dad. Eileen, 

Gramma Chow and Uncle Felix. 




PA MOMODOU TAAL 

Banjul, The Gambia 

Economics 

INDEPENDENT 

Education is a better safeguard of liberty 

than a standing army. I dedicate this to 

my mom. dad and step-mom. 

Thanks for everything. 

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JENNIFER LYNN TALARICO 

Lewiston, N.Y. 

Economics 

ALPHA XI DELTA 

Many thanks to my family. 

I love you Dad, Mom, Victor and Alissa. 

To my Alpha Xi Delta sisters, 

thank you for the smiles. 



JANEL ADRIENNE TAYLOR 

Wheeling, W.Va. 

Psychology 
INDEPENDENT 

/ always knew looking back on us ciying 

would make me laugh. 

but I never thought looking back on us 

laughing would make me cry. 



MATTHEW M. TUCKER 

Vienna, Va. 

History 

ALPHA SIGMA PHI 

What would be the answer 

to the answer man ? 

-Hunter/Garcia. 



Oblivious to tiie raging rapids below, senior Amanda Lent makes it to the lop of the clilT to join 
her friends, (by Jennifer Agan) 



Begging to be pulled on 
stage, senior Brad Sovich 
waits for his turn to dance 
with singer Dickie Barrett 
and the Mighty Mighn 
Bosstones. (by Jody 
Handlex) 




Demonstrating that flying is not too far-fetched an 
idea, senior Sheddy Young gains extra distance in 
the long jump, (by Billy McEIroy) 



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CURT WADSWORTH 

Ravenna. Ohio 

Biochemistry 

PHI KAPPA TAU 

Hex man. 



ELIZABETH ANNE WALSH 
Tomkins Cove, N.Y. 

English 

ALPHA XI DELTA 

She always said there would come a lime 

when one would leave and one slay 

behind. Thanks Mom and Dad for your 

love and sacrifice. 



TAMMI WEISHAR 

Wheeling. W.Va. 

Interdisciplinary Studies 

ZETA TAU ALPHA 

Thank you Dad. Mom. Faea and my 

fi-iends. I love you. 

Live so llui! in the end you may 

reflect on a life well spent. 



JACQUELINE S. WEISHNER 

Prosperity, Pa. 

Communication 

INDEPENDENT 

God put me on earth to accomplish a 

certain number of things. 

Right now I am so far behind. 

1 will never die. 




ELIZABETH A. WELLS 

Barnesville, Ohio 

Spanish 

ALPHA XI DELTA 

Evervone has significant contribiiiions 

they can make to the world and to all 

those they meet throughout life 's 

journeys. 



MAUREEN WHEATLEY 

Wexford. Pa. 

Education 

ALPHA XI DELTA 

Happiness resides not in possessions and 

not in gold: the feeling of happiness 

dwells in the soul. -Democritus. 



CRAIG ALAN WILLIAMS 

Johnstown, Pa. 

English/Political Science 

PHI KAPPA TAU 

Man. being reasonable, must get drunk: 

the best of life is but intoxication. 

-Lord Byron. 



JENNIFER L. WILLIAMS 

McMurray. Pa. 

Social Work 

ZETA TAU ALPHA 

The secret of life is enjoy the 

passage of time. -James Taylor. 

I love you Mom. Dad. Becky, and Nate. 

Thanks Zeta! 




SHERRI WILLUMS 

Steubenville. Ohio 

Accounting 

INDEPENDENT 

Until you are able to remove the hoard 

from your exe. 

you can 't begin to remove that 

from your brother's eye. 



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.\LaKi ANN WITT 

Cross Lanes. W.Va. 

Spanish 

INDEPENDENT 

As the years go by. 

the memories never die. 

To Mom and Dad, 
thank xou, and I love xou. 



BRADFORD A. YARHLING 

Beech Bottom, W.Va. 

Economics 

KAPPA ALPHA 



MICHAEL ZARNOCH 

Bloomfield Hills. Mich. 

Biology 

BETA THETA PI 

To evenone who helped me make it this 

far. thank you. Mom. Dad. Matt, and my 

Beta brothers — / love you guys.'.' 

Don 't anticipate— participate! 



Scduclivcly sucking down hot peppers, seniors Kelly Ross and Rick Murlin liiid a delicious diversion Ironi iheir senior projects 
and comps. <bv Kara Sclnillzl 




Over the past four years senior Mario DiBias never doubted he 
would receive his graduation hood from professors John Taylor 
and James Allison, {by Kara Schultz) 



Trying to scare away the photographer, 
senior Matt Ammon displays a ghoulish 
scowl at the Alpha Sig/Phi Mu Haunted 
House, (by Angela Higgiiis) 



The Class of 1997 

Juniors Rock 

by Courtney Davis and Kara Schultz 

Remember high school, when all the Juniors are leaders. It's a known fact 

classes were pitted against each other at pep that when students become seniors, they imme- 

rallies before football games, screaming their diately hand over all leadership positions on this 

years of graduation in order to prove that they campus to juniors in a complicated and lengthy 

had more spirit than the others? ceremony which would take too long to de- 

At Bethany, it seems that class spirit isn't scribe. They're all too worried about senior 

so important to us anymore. But then, neither are projects and comps to take a very active role in 

sports events, so maybe the two go together, what goes on around them, so we basically run 

Perhaps we should stop and think about all the the place. 

things that make us juniors, and why we should Juniors are partiers. Let's face it, we 

prove that we aren't, according to Webster, rock the social scene at Bethany. No party is 

people of lower standing or rank. complete without us, and if you dont invite us, 

Juniors are world travelers. Paris, you'll be sorry. 
Pamplona. Heidelberg. Not to mention all those Juniors are so very very cool that we 

other cool places we can go at Bethany's ex- think this coolness might even carry over into 

pense (well, sort of.) As language majors, some our senior year. So what if this article is 

juniors are required to take advantage of this supposed to convey our class identity? Who 

oppurtunity, and others just go because they're says we have to lose the good parts next year? 

cool like that. (Sure, some other students besides We can be a senior class with a kick, a senior 

juniors go too, but they don't count.) class that is as cool and involved as we have been 

Juniors are preparing for internships, as a junior class. We can resist the plague of 

Resumes and cover letters plague our minds, senioritis if we really try, can't we? 
Call-backs and interviews are cramped between The bottom line is, whether or not we still I 

everything else we have to do. Hopes of meager realize it in the muddle of social organizations 

salaries taunt us as we hear of others accepted at and an increasing work load, we are a great 

Microsoft for 35 dollars an hour. bunch of kids. Maybe next year we should all 

Juniors are taking comps. Well, some concentrate what little energy we have left while 

of us are. Okay, only a few of us are, but the rest we go through the hell that is being a senior on 

of us are looking on and getting scared out of our looking around at our fellow partners in crime, 

minds. We might like what we see. 

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FlashBack'94- 



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Freshmen Crystal Ola. Christy Cooey and Kara Schultz learned early how to reduce their intake olcale loud as they left only 
snow leftovers for fellow freshmen P.J. Sines and Jay C. Catherine. I by Sarah Clark) 




Always on the mo\e. jLiniors Christy Cunningham and 
Cara Brumby head out of town to enjoy Spring Break in 
sunny Florida, (by Chrisn Cimninghaiu) 



unior Siggie Eriingsson is not making a fashion statement; he 
; showing how the junior class rocked the theater as he models 
lis Frank N. Furter costume from "The Rocky Horror Picture 
how." (by Jodv Handlex) 



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In hopes of improving a decline in enrollment, freshman Jody Handley 
prepares to deliver her first child with the help of Leigh Ann Johnson, 
class of "94. Fortunately, the two were only rehearsing for the 1993 
theatre production of "Baby Dance." (by Michele Gockstetter) 



AGAINST ALL ODDS 

Row 1: T. Jackson, B. Davis, 

E. Rush, K. Dougherty, professor 

C. Sampson, E. Knoll, L. Hicks, 

A. Goehring, C. Feamster. Row 2: 

M. Burnett, G. Bowman, M. O'Leary, 

D. Battafarano, L. Lampo, K. Beyer, 

C. Gooey, B. Southworth, W. Pizzi. 



EDUCATION OF THE SELF 

Row 1: J. Handley, A. Mayfield, 

D. Michael. R. Bane, professor 

G. Thompson. D. Barr, S. Laska. 

D. Spickard. Row 2: R. Armstrong, 

K. Thompson, J. Hale, T. Randall, 

K. Chiarizzi, J. Klages, J. Santos, 

K. Ferrari, L. Falkenstine, 

M. Condon, R. Laniewski. 




TIME LINE 

Aug. 25 

The class of 1999 arrives as 240 new students 
sign the Matriculation Register 

Aug. 26 

Craig Karges, psychic magician and mind 
reader, amazes new and old students alike 

Aug. 27 

Mark Eddie, singer and comedian, entertains 
returning students 

Aug. 28 

All-campus welcome-back party draws little 
attention 

Aug. 29 

Bethany celebrates the start of its 1 54th year 
as 748 students begin classes 

Aug. 30 

Bethany Theatre's production of Waiting for 
Godot opens 

Sept 2 

Men's Soccer loses to Centre 2-1 
Women's Cross Country finishes 7 of 9 at 

Case Western Reserve 
Men's Cross Country finishes 7 of 8 at Case 

Western Reserve 
Women's Soccer defeats Oberlin 3-1 
Women's Tennis loses to Carnegie Mellon 9-0 

Sept 3 

Faculty art exhibit featuring works by Herb 
Weaver, Kenn Morgan, Walter Komowski 
and Jon Gordon opens 

Septs 

Women's Soccer defeats Muskingum 5-0 
Women's Tennis loses to West Liberty 9-0 

Sept. 6 

Men's Soccer defeats California 2-1 
Volleyball loses to Carlow 3-1 

Sept 7 FALL CONVOCATION 

Kathleen McGowan receives the Richard B. 

Kenney Freshman Leadership Award 
Susan Rook, host of CNN's Ta!l< Back Live, 

speaks on "What you need to succeed" 

Septs 

Volleyball defeats LaRoche 2-0 

Sept. 9 

Football defeats Bridgewater 28-14 
Men's Soccer loses to SUNY Fredonia 2-1 
Men's Cross Country finishes 5 of 5 at 

Westminister 
Women's Soccer loses to Lake Forest 1-0 
Women's Tennis defeats Chatham 7-2 

Sept 10 

Men's Soccer defeats Muskingum 7-0 
Women's Soccer loses to Knox 3-1 



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Little Big Man, junior 
Jay C. Catherine, 
sports his unique 
winter attire as only he 
can do in the early days 
of February, (hy 
Christ}' Cunnini^ham ) 



Regretting he didn't 
have a bicycle built for 
two, junior Loren 
Jackley gets ready to 
complete the tour-de- 
Bethany alone, (by 
Heather Ridge) 



Participating in a 
late-night 
"fester" session, 
juniors Marilyn 
McCloskey, 
Tawny Randall, 
Tracy Hupp and 
sophomore 
Lindsay Carol 
hang out in the 
Zeta house, (by 
Jody Handley) 



Brandishing his mighty weapon, junior Joe Carpino 
stands watch over the Fall Ball festivities with a little 
help from Director of Safety & Security Michael Dixon. 
(by Laura C. Hammett) 



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With a wink of her eye. junior Christy Cunningham assures everyone 
there are no overnight guests staying on her hall in Phillips, (by Billy 
McElroy) 




SENSITIVITY TO 
THE NATURAL WORLD 

Row 1: R. Border, M. Naylor, 

J. Yakunich, J. Kraus, professor 

A. Buckelew. B. Stokes. L. Jackley, 

P. lannarelli. H. Ameredes. Row 2: 

S. Cunningham, L. Dennison. K. Day, 

J. Garcia, C. Schwertfeger, S. Pesa, 

C. Cunningham, J. Rutter, J. Goodhue. 



HUMAN STRUGGLE 
THROUGH SPORT 

Row 1: R. Meeks, A. Riesmeyer, 

J. Kline, B. Kresin, S. Rauch, 

M. Shetler. J. McCarthy, B. Avolio. 

Row 2: J. Sanfrey. J. Escobar. 

K. Piekut. L. Underwood, D. Doty, 

J. Catherine, M. Borello, J. Carpino, 

P. Sines, S. Carr, S. Anastasia. 




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TIME LINE 

Sept 11 

Women's Tennis loses to W&J 5-4 
Volleyball defeats Lake Erie 2-0 but loses to 
Case Western Resen'e 2-1 

Sept. 13 

Men's Soccer defeats Duquesne 2-1 
Women's Soccer loses to Seton Hill 1-0 

Sept. 15 

College officials announce plans to replace 

Cochran Hall with a new Academic Center 
Volleyball defeats LaRoche 3-1 

Sept. 16 

Dr. David J. Judy, professor of fine arts 

emeritus, dies. He had faithfully served the ' 

college for over 28 years. 
Football defeats WilUamson 35-0 
Men's Soccer loses to Wooster I -0 
Women's Cross Country finishes 3 of 8 at 

Pitt-Johnstown 
Women's Soccer defeats Penn State-Behrend 3-0 
Women's Tennis defeats Frostburg 5-4 
Volleyball loses to Lebanon Valley 2-0, UPJ 2- 

and Catholic 2-0, but defeats Sweetbriar 2-1 

Sept. 19 

Men's Soccer defeats Waynesburg 1-0 

Sept. 20 

Women's Soccer defeats W&J 1-0 

Sept. 21 

Over 60 freshman women attend Panhellenic 

Council's block party 
Women's Tennis loses to Grove City 10-0 
Volleyball defeats Thiel 2-1 and Oberlin 2-1 

Sept. 22 

SBOG approves budget of $1 17.306.59 
Women's Soccer Defeats Waynesburg 6-2 
Women's Tennis defeats Cailow 9-0 

Sept. 23 HOMECOMING 

President Cummins dedicates the $925,000 

renovation of Phillips Memorial Library 
Seniors Jennifer Dimini and Peter Bredlau are 

crowned Homecoming Queen and King 
Kappa Alpha Order dedicates their newly 

renovated house 
Football defeats St. Francis 30-12 
Men's Soccer defeats Salem-Teikyo 3-0 
Women's Cross CounUy finishes 2 of 6 at St. 

Vincent; Men finish 2 of 3 
Volleyball defeats Lake Erie 2-0 but loses to 

Chatham 2-1 
Smdents dance to the rock-n-roll sounds of 

Digby at the Homecoming Dance 

Sept. 24 

Women's Soccer defeats Hiram 2-1 

Sept. 25 

Collegiate 4-H Club and National Smdent 
Education society recognized by SBOG 



FlashBack'94- 




As sophomores, Wendy Shaffer and Tricia Beck had time to relax and play 
a game of Sega. Unfortunately, those days were distant memories during 
their junior year, (by Jonathan Vogel) 





Sharing a 
ittle Beta 
ove, junior 

Chas Hamm 

shows 

sophomore 

Charlie 

Licata what 

being a big 

brother is all 

about, (by 

Jennifer 

Agan) 




Taking time out of 

her busy day. 
junior Jennifer 
Agan likes to play 
with her cat, 
Phoebe, to relieve 
some stress, (by 
Michelle Strike) 



Giving advice to a young friend, 
junior P.J. Sines explains how to 
fix a tire, (by Erin Roberts) 



loping to make it home before the weather really gets bad, juniors 
lehka Sreenivasan and Amy Seifarth walk back to the Catholic 
ommunity Center on a blustery Bethany winter's day. (by Gabe 
Veils) 



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Taking advan- 
tage of the 
unusual spring- 
like weather, 
junior Joe 
Carpino changes 
the oil in his 
prized truck, (by 
Kara Schultz) 





Sleep was not a luxury often afforded junior Jody Handley during the fall semes- 
ter, so after a late night of putting The TOWER to bed, she takes a quick nap in 
Cochran Hall, (by Jon Gordon) 



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TIME LINE 

Sept 25 

IFC approves revised constitution 
Women's Tennis defeats Waynesburg 9-0 

SepL 26 

Volleyball loses to Waynesburg 2-1 and 
Glenville 3-0 

Sept. 27 

Men's Soccer defeats W&J 3-1 
Women's Soccer ties Grove City 1-1 

Sept. 28 

Poet Jared Carter visits campus and creates 

imagery through his words 
Women's Tennis defeats Chatham 6-3 
Volleyball loses to Denison 2-i but defeats . 

LaRoche 2-0 

Sept 30 

FoothaU loses to W&J 51-0 
Men's Soccer loses to Kenyon 3-1 
Women's Cross Country finishes 5 of 7 at 

Hiram; Men finish 12 of 12 
Women's Soccer defeats Lake Erie 6-1 
Women's Tennis loses to California 5-4 

finishing their season at 7-7 — a record for 

most wins in one season 

Oct.1 

Senator Bob Packwood of Oregon resigns 
after a Senate panel concludes he had 



Oct. 3 

Patricia Russell-McCloud, professional orator, 

gives a speech on diversity 
Bethany signs agreement for foreign exchange 

program with Seigakuin University of 

Tokyo 
Los Angeles jury acquits O.J. Simpson of the 

double murder of his wife, Nicole Brown 

Simpson, and Ronald Goldman. 

Oct. 4 

Beta Theta Pi fraternity holds FaU Ball 
Men's Soccer loses to W.Va. Wesleyan 6-1 
Women's Soccer defeats Wavnesburg 3-0 
VoUeyhall loses to Carlow 2-0 and Wheehng 
Jesuit 3-1 

Oct. 6 

Men's Soccer defeats Point Park 7-0 
Volleyball loses to W&J 3-0 

Oct. 7 

Phi Kappa Tau and Kappa Delta sponsor Luau 
complete with leis, a roasting pig and, of 
course, kissing 

Football defeats Thiel 40-19 

Volleyball defeats Chatham 3-1 

Oct. 8 

Men's Soccer loses to Greensboro 2-0 
Women's Soccer ties Walsh 0-0 



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Looking for a teammate 
open in front of the net, 
junior Jennie Yaicunich 
catches up to the ball 
before a Penn State- 
Behrend opponent can get 
to it. {b\ Jon Gordon) 




Senior Nicole Mazure, class of '94, herds new Phi Mu pledges Melissa Bradley, Shaina Samuel, Cara 
Brumby. Laura Wolfe. Laura Fitt. CJ Papini and Janis Sanfrey into Greek life. The branding must have 
been successful as all seven women have reamained active in Phi Mu for three years, (by Kelli Poole) 




T 

A TOUR OF WASHINGTON D.C. 
Row 1: B. Kelley. professor C. Maffett, J 
Hyle, D. Wright. Row 2: L. Wolfe. M. Hamp- 
ton, F. Benach, K. Galownia, C. Brumby. 



THE TEACHER AS HERO 
Row 1: A. Efros, professor L. Hartman 
Landon, K. Aikawa. Row 2: J. Longstreth. J. 
Runkle, S. Samuel, L. Fitt. 



GIRLZ-II-WOMEN 
Row 1: M. Aubrey. A. Oaks, professor 
J.E. Asbury, M. Snodgrass. A. Smith. 
Row 2: J. Agan. E. Donald. T. Pealer. 



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SCIENCE AND PSEUDO-SCIENCE 

Row 1: K. Bower, M. Sparks, 

B. Reynolds, D. Schulz, professor 

J. Burns, D. Bums, L. Miller, T. Teresh, 

S. Snell. Row 2: K. Schultz, 

M. Armstrong, R. Hoffman, E. Gombes, 

T. Nutter, C. Jackson, E. Harvey, 

T. Bachelder, T. Beck, S. Goodwin, 

C. Welshans, C. Ola. 



SEEING COMICS AS CULTURE 

Row 1: J. Cassidy, M. St. Onge, 

D. Rathbun, professor J. Gordon. 

D. Simpson, J. Kessler, T. Hunt, 

B. Battin, Row 2: R, Burnett, 

W. Shaffer, E. Herr, S. Erlingsson, 

T. Hupp, A. Barr, L. Mazure, 

M. Matteson, S. Young. 




FlashBack'94- 




In the 1994 Bethany College Theatre production of Pippin, junior Jen McGIone takes 
pride in showing Todd Prather, class of '95, her favorite duck. 



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TIME LINE 

Oct. 10 

Women's Soccer loses to Marietta 2-0 
Volleyball loses to Westminister 2-1 and 
Grove City 2-0 

Oct. 11 

Greek Week starts with tug-of-war and arm 

wrestling events 
Men's Soccer defeats Carnegie Mellon 5-1 

Oct. 12 

Greek Week continues with shopping cart 

races and keg roll events 
'Volleyball defeats Waynesbiirg 2-0 but 

loses to Muskingum 2-0 
Sophomore Ellen Channels receives the 

Centennial Scholar Award from the 

Disciples of Christ Church 

Oct. 13 

Greek Week concludes with a bonfire; Beta 

Theta Pi and Kappa Delta declared winners 
Men's Soccer loses to Wilmington 2-1 
Women's Soccer defeats W&J 3-1 

Oct 14 PARENTS' WEEKEND 

Kappa Alpha and Phi Mu win Greek Sing 
FAC Talent Show dazzles students and 

parents alike 
Football defeats Grove City 13-6 
Women's Cross Country fmishes 2 of 3 at 

Davis & Elkins 
■Volleyball loses to Geneva 2-1 

Oct. 15 

Women's Soccer loses to Kenyon 3-0 

Oct. 16 

Louis Farrakhan leads more dian 800,000 
African-American men in Washington 
D.C. for the MilUon Man March 

Oct 18 

Men's Soccer loses to Hiram 1-0 
Women's Soccer loses to Carnegie Mellon 6-0 
Volleyball defeats Thiel 3-0 

Oct 21 

Football defeats Waynesburg 17-16 
Men's Soccer defeats Frostburg 6-2 
Women's Soccer loses to Grove City 2-1, 

finishing dieir season at 9-7-2 
Volleyball loses to Goucher 2-1 and 

Frostburg 2-1 

Oct. 22 

World leaders gather to celebrate die United 
Nations' 50th Anniversary 

Oct 24 

Men's Soccer defeats Grove City 2-0 
Volleyball loses to W&J 3-0 

Oct 25 

Bediany's production of Shakespeare's Tlie 
Tragedy of Macbeth opens 




Adding the finishing touchus to 
sophomore Becky Vcnsel's huirslylc, 
junior Angic Oaks ties up some loose 
ends. (/;v Kara Schullz) 




During a rehearsal of 
the climactic dual of 
MacBeih, Macduff 
(a.k.a. junior Siggy 
Erlingsson) pins 
Macbeth (a.k.a. senior 
Chris Fritzges) to the 
floor. Iby Jody 
Handley) 





Thirsty from running the 
bases, junior Micah Sparks 
wonders how he can trick 
Trey Baire, son of sopho- 
more Jeff Baire. out of a sip 
of Coke, {by Christy 
Cunningham) 



"It's time for Animaniacs!"" and junior Erin Reed Cooper uses what she has learned in 
theater make-up class to look the part, {by Charlie King) 



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HUMAN STRUGGLE THROUGH SPORT 

Row 1: J. Harvey, C. Hamm, J. Mahan, 

E. Broughton. E. Lipinski. Row 2: N. Ogg, 

J, Olsen, R. DiRisio, M. Bradley. J. Parker, 

N. Baird, A. Daing. 




FlashBack'93' 




"Bond, Jane Bond." Freshmen Kristie Bower, Kristen Thompson, Laura Fitt and Laura 
Wheatley prove fashion and bravery can go together as they prepare to jump from a plane. 
Fortunately, they decided the parachutes looked good, too. (by Lori Lampo) 



KRIEGSPIEL: 

REHEARSING ARMAGEDDON 

Row 1: B. Kern, K. Kozup. E. Scott, 

professor G. Kappel, R. Jackson, 

C. Thompson. Row 2: D. Ion, 

P. McCartney, A. Powell, L. Connell, 

E. Arose, L. Bowse. 



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Enjoying a typical October 

afternoon, juniors CJ Papini 

and Melissa Bradley are 

joined by a shy canine friend. 

{by Jody Handley) 




TIME LINE 

Oct 26 

Volleyball loses to Grove City 2-0 and West 
Liberty 2-0 

Oct. 27 

Men's Soccer loses to Oliio Wesleyan 4-0 

Oct. 28 

Atlanta Braves win the World Seiies, 4 

games to 2, defeating the Cleveland Indians 
Football defeats Salisbur)' 24-21 
Women's Cross Country finishes 2 of 5 at 

PAC Meet; Men's team finishes 3 of 4 
Volleyball defeats Lake Etie 3-1, finishing 

their season 12-21 
Phi Mu helps Alpha Sigma Phi haunt 

their house and scare local children 

Nov. 4 

Football loses to Robert Morris 32-7 
Men's Soccer defeats W&J 4-3 in first 
round of ECAC Tournament 

Nov. 5 

Men's Soccer defeats Johns Hopkins 3-2 for 
the ECAC Championship, fmishing their 
sea.son with a 12-9 record 

Nov. 10 

Deep Blue Something, performers of the hit 
"Breakfast at Tiffany's," plays for a huge 
and loud crowd of Bethanians 

Nov. 8 

Retired Gen. Colin Powell denounces rumors 
that he will seek the presidency ending 
speculation, for the time being, about his 
pohtical aspirations 

Nov. 11 

Football loses to Gannon 16-14 finishing 

their season at 7-3 
Woinen's Cross Country finishes 11 of 12 

in NCAA Regional Championship; Men's 

team finishes 16 of 16 

Nov. 12 

Panhellenic Council-sponsored Walk-A-Thon 
raises $700 for Bethany Primary School 

Nov. 14 

Israeli Prime Minister Yitzak Rabin killed 
by Jewish religious extremist 

Annual Thanksgiving dinner hosted by Phi 
Mu and Kappa Delta 

Pauline Nelson, head of the foreign language 
department, named Outstanding Study 
Abroad Advisor by the W.Va. Consortium 
for Faculty and Course Development in 
International Smdies 

Nov. 18 

Kappa Alpha and Zeta Tau Alpha sponsor 

Goldfish paily minus the goldfish 
Women's basketball loses to Heidelberg 67-56 
Men's basketball loses to Earlham 69-65 



junior Shaina Samuel enjoys a well deserved 
nk, junior Bobbie Mills updates the score to 
3w their success at tightening the match, (by 
n Gordon) 



Doing their part to assist the Physical 
Plant with some much-needed road 
repairs, juniors Becky Medvitz and 
Melissa Mowrey and senior Kelly Beth 
Ross gather materials from along Main 
Street for their own patch job on Old 
Parkinson Hill. (h\ Kara Schultz) 




Turkey carving is a 
skill junior Angie Oaks 
had kept hidden until 
this year's Thanksgiv- 
ing dinner, where she 
displayed her talent for 
junior Ayanna Smith. 
(by Angela Higgins) 



afe? I thought this was football!" Seniors Chad Olilla and Curtis Wadsworth try to remind junior Ed Gombes 
d sophomore Chris Stillwell that they are watching the Super Bowl, not the World Series, (by Jody Handley) 



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SURREALISM AND CINEMA 
Row 1: J. Hepner, D. Mock, professor R. Cook, 
D. Street, A. Seifarth. K. Leinweber. Row 2: C, 
Davis, A. Gilbert, C. Papini, J. McGlone, M. 
McCloskey, J. Keene. C. Young. 



VOYAGES OF THE STARSHIP ENTERPRISE 
Row 1: S. Brown, D. Casius. J. Martin, profes- 
sor R.J. Cooke. M. McColl. S. Loy, M. Gauthier. 
Row 2: P. Stiaver, B. Phillis, C. Chamberlin, M. 
Williams, E. Cooper, E. Geisler. J. Hall. 




FlashBack'94' 




Enjoying a w arm spring afternoon, sophomores Liz Broughton and Karen Piekut check out 
the Phi Taus as they return from class. Sometimes, life gets pretty good a Bethany, (by Tom 
Balistreri) 




Wishing it were them, juniors Micah Sparks and Jamie Smith watch as 
their friends receive their diplomas during graduation ceremonies in 
the field house, (by Kara Schiiltz) 



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TIME LINE 

Nov. 21 

Men's basketball loses to Denison 91-78 

Nov. 24 

Disney's Toy Stoiy, the fu^t full-length, 
fully computer-animated feaoire film, 
opens 

Nov. 25 

Women's basketball defeats Marietta 77-64 

Men's basketball defeats LaRoche 83-78 

Nov. 26 

Women's basketball loses to Guilford 78-75 

Nov. 28 

Men's basketball defeats Baldwin-Wallace 
63-56 

Nov. 29 

Women's basketball defeats Carlow 67-39 

Dec.1 

Henry Louis "Skip" Gates Jr. speaks on 
multiculturalism as the first Richard 
Renner Visiting Professor Chair honoree 

Dan Malone opens his Senior Art Show 

Women's Basketball loses to W.Va. Tech 
77-74 

Men's Basketball loses to Penn State 
Behrend 73-66 

Dec2 

Women's Basketball defeats W.Va. State 
63-54 

Men's Basketball loses to Adrian 77-56 

Men's Swim team loses to Salem-Teikyo 
10740 

Women's Swim team loses to Salem- 
Teikyo 94-85 

Dec4 

Students elect juniors Denise Miller and 
Jason Cassidy new SBOG president and 
vice president 

Dec. 6 

Women's Basketball defeats Carnegie 

Mellon 57-56 
Men's Basketball loses to Army 68-37 

Dec. 8 

One-act plays directed by seniors Chris 
Fritzges, Robin Jones and Lawxence 
Cuccaro open 

Dec. 9 

All-campus Winter Wonderland formal 
Men's Swim team defeats Hiram 98-58; 
Women's team loses 125-85 

Dec. 11 

Women's Basketball defeats Chatham 78-28 

Dec. 12 

Fall semester ends 



While her good looks come naturally, junior Marcie Williams has lo lind a c|uici iiuinK-nl in her room lo ensure 
that her grades remain high, (by Jody Handlcy} 




Finding emotional support is critical to surviving your 
junior year. Junior Janis Sanfrey gi\ es junior Tracy Hupp 
a hug to let her know she will live through her final few 
issues of the TOWER, {by Kara Scliiil!:.) 



Accepting congratulatory gifts from senior Amanda Lent and junior 
Alexandra Efros, Alden Powell proves that juniors can successfully 
pass comps. (by Jody Handley) 



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All work and no play would make the sophomores a dull group, so Kellie Cunningham prevents it by trying to listen in on Sarah 
Jewell's '"personal" telephone call, f/71 CIiri.st\ Cunningham} 




The Class of 1998 

Slackmores No More 

by Brian Hughes and Shawna Perkins 



Inhabitants of last year's Sega Central 
(Morian Hall) got quite a rude awakening this yeai: 
This also held true for the soap opera QUEENS who 
scheduled their classes around Days or Y&R\ wor- 
rying about who was stabbing whom in the back, 
who was stealing whose boyfriend and how all of 
this pertained to their hves here at Dear 'ole Bethany. 
Who needed seminars, anyway? 

We, the Sultans of Slack, were belted in the 
face with huge work loads and unbelievable time 
restrictions without the luxury of any namby-pamby 
introductory courses to fall back on for the easy D-h. 
The sophomores, just as every class before us, had 
to face our courses, sports, Greek life and all those 
extra-cuiiicular-type things. We found ourselves 
wrapping up the Sega, tossing those Game Boys in 
the closet and switching the channel to CNN; real- 

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izing it was crunch time and we needed to get our 
butts in gear. This all in the effort to outgrow being 
called such names as the slackmore class by profes- 
sors. 

The spring semester is now aknost at a close 
and the class of ' 98 has set and achieved many goals. 
Amidst the hub-bub of daily life on campus, we 
have our share of outstanding students who work 
diUgently and will go on with high aspii'ations. 
We've all done our share of goofing off, paitying 
and squeezing in an intramural game or two; but on 
the whole we've learned to prioritize and to take full 
advantage of what our parents are paying for. 

In one form or another, the class of '98 will 
leave its mark on Bethany. We have two more years 
to grow, learn and play so keep your eyes open and 
expect the unexpected. 



FlashBack'94- 




A star the first day she stepped on campus, freshman Stephanie 
Cunningham demonstrates the leadership provided by the class 
of "98. (h\ Kelli Poole) 



On their way to class, sopho- 
mores Christie Gunthcr and 
Sarah Fields stop to encourage 
iheir Kappa Delta sisters to get 
mosing. (hy Heather Elia.s) 




An unusually quiet and 
warm afternoon at Phi 
Tau provides sopho- 
more Chris Stillwell 
with the opportunity he 
needs to catch up on 
his reading, (hy 
Heather Ridiie) 





A teeny hopper and a 
fireman, sophomores 
Dana Koluezez and Kieth 
Piasecki. teach a court 
jester, junior Michelle 
Childers, how to get down 
and boogie at the Phi 
Kappa Tau Halloween 
party, (hy Jody Hand ley) 



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Making sure the play runs exactly as 
it was practiced, sophomore quarter- 
back Robert Fromm prepares to 
hand-off to a rampaging Bison 
runningback. (by Alexandra Efrosj 



Relaxing on the couch, sophomores Dan 
Quinn and Mike Stimpson read another 
action story about their favorite hero, Dick 
Tracy, (by Jennifer Agan) 





CHALLENGE YOURSELF 

Row 1: 1. Laguen-e. A. Bock. C. Kyrc, 

M. Young. J. Talley, professor J. Hull, 

J. Sheposh. C. Vamer, B. Potts, 

T. Johnson, S. Vunderink. Row 2: 

N. Hairston, A. Adkins, C. Daugherty. 

B. Maddich, M. Casey. D. Doyle. 

E. Polsinelli, B. Morgan. D. Pratt. 

R. Hinish. 



SEEING COMICS AS CULTURE 

Row 1: B. Starling, K. Rice. 

S. Brody. T. Butler, professor 

J. Gordon. N. Popa. B. Hughes. 

S. Snyder. C. King. Row 2: J. Hughes, 

W. Clutter, J. Cook, S. O'Neill, 

D. Shrimplin, M. Stimpson. 

M. McCormick, W. McElroy, 

C. Williams. Missing: R. Verma. 



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TIME LINE 

Dec. 14 

Presidents of Bosnia-Herzegovina. Serbia 
and Croatia sign a treaty ending Bosnia's 
nearly 4-year Civil War 

Dee. 15 

Russell Clothier, physics; R.J. Cooke, 
chemistry: Jon Gordon, communication; 
and Clinton Maffett. pohtical science 
granted tenure 

Dec. 30 

Women's Basketball defeats Point Park 92-75 

Jan. 2 

Stuart M. Strait named senior executive 
director of the Office of Development 

Women's Basketball loses to Rio Grande 
88-74 

Jan. 3 

Nebraska declared National Champions in 

Division I-A Football 
Women's Basketball defeats Geneva 72-64 

Jan. 5 

Men's Basketball defeats Wilmington 76-65 

Jan. 6 

Women's Basketball defeats Penn State- 
Behrend 72-52 

Men's Basketball loses to U. of Pitt- 
Bradford 81-77 

Jan. 7-8 

"Blizzard of '96" dumps 1.5 feet of snow from 
Vu-ginia to Massachusetts causing 100 deaths 
and Si billion in damages 

Jan. 9 

Men's Basketball defeats CCNY 90-70 

Jan. 11 

Women's Basketball defeats FDU at 

Madison 55-47 
Men's Basketball loses to York 88-86 

Jan. 13 

Women's Basketball defeats St. Elizabeth 

95-39 
Men's Swim team loses to Baldwin-Wallace 

150-43; Women's team loses 134-98 

Jan. 15 

Men's Basketball defeats Houghton 88-85 

Jan. 17 

Women's Basketball defeats Waynesburg 

81-79 
Men's Basketball loses to Waynesburg 88-75 
Men's Swim team defeats Frostburg 46-34 

but loses to Grove City 5643 
Women's Swim team defeats Frostburg 60- 

5 1 but loses to Grove City 59-47 



FlashBack'94' 




It may seem like a long time ago, but the class of "98 took their first steps to becoming true Bethanians 
less than two years ago. (by Karulee Demko) 





Rocking the house at the Kappa Alpha/ZETA 
Goldfish Party, sophomores Erin Blazeski and 
Alison Bock, and junior Liz Broughton play the 
air fiddle to "The Devil Went Down to Georgia." 
(by Jody Hand ley) 



Enjoying true Bethany cuisine, sophomore 
^ Jeremy Miller bites into a calzone from Mama 
^ . Mia's. (by Charlie King) 



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AN AMERICAN CARNIVAL 

Row 1: C. Coyne. A. Missal, 

L. Bennett, J. Sarap. A. Deitch. professor 

L. Grimes, E. McCreanor, K. McLaren, 

N. Vetanze, J. Sweeting, T. Amato. 

Row 2: B. Green, D. Vallance, 

S. Connell, R. Bell, M. Schoonyoung, 

J. Bossers, D. Lohmann, S. McNevan, 

W. Caffall, E. Redinger, D. Homistek. 



Dressed to kill, sophomore 

bartender Charlie King 

finishes mixing one of his 

famous drinks for the next 

soon-to-be intoxicated 

customer, (by Jody Handler) 





"Did I miss FriendsT asks sophomore Amy Cumberledge as sophomore Bridget Potts 
stays intently tuned to the television, {by Michelle Strike) 



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TIME LINE 

Jan. 18 

Lisa Marie Presley files for divorce from 
her husband Michael Jackson 

Jan. 19 

Men's Swim team loses to Wheeling Jesuit 
76-54; Women's team wins 72-13 

Jan. 20 

Ohio River crests at 34.6 feet, flooding 

downtown Pittsburgh 
Women's Basketball defeats Penn State- 

Behrend 71-60 
Men's Basketball loses to Penn State- 

Behrend 86-84 

Jan. 21 

Ohio River crests at 46.1 feet in Wheeling, 
flooding towns in Ohio and West Virginia 

Jan. 22 

Women's Basketball defeats LaRoehe 76-52 
Men's Basketball loses to LaRoehe 9S-81 

Jan. 24 

Women's Basketball loses to Thiel 87-85 
Men's Basketball loses to Thiel 85-71 

Jan. 25 

85 students pass their Comprehensive Exams 

Jan. 26 

Hilary Rodham Chnton testifies before a 
grand jury in regard to the Whitewater 
controversy, becoming the first United 
States first lady to do so 

Jan. 27 

Men's Swim team loses to W.Va. Wesleyan 

138-43: Women's team loses 143-46 
Women's Basketball defeats Grove City 60-54 
Men's Basketball loses to Grove City 59-48 

Jan. 28 

Dallas Cowboys defeat the Pittsburgh 
Steelers 27-17 in Super Bowl XXX 

Jan. 29 

Men's Basketball loses to Oberlin 64-59 

Jan. 31 

Bethany College Theatre's performance of 

Rites of Passage opens 
Women's Basketball defeats W&J 66-61 
Men's Basketball defeats W&J 83-81 

Feb. 1 

Aaron Smee opens his Senior Art Show 

Feb. 3 

Women's Basketball defeats Waynesburg 

65-53 
Men's Basketball loses to Waynesburg 

90-65 
Men's Swim team loses to Mt. Union 1 16- 

63; Women's team loses 116-96 



Sophomores Kevin Friend and Scott 
McNevan lose that lovin' feeling during 
Greek Sing. Iby Dciiiw Doty} 

Enoying the unusually spring-like 
weather, sophomores Eli Ceasarine and 
Bob Bennett anxiously await the opening 
of Bubba's Bison Inn. {hy Kara Scltiiltz) 




Doing her best Janis 
Joplin imitation, 
sophomore Aimee 
Rush rocks the night 
away at the Homecom- 
ing dance, (by Jody 
Haiuilex) 



OYAGES STARSHIP ENTERPRISE 

:ow 1: J. Taylor, C. DeFrank, S. Perkins, B. Goddin, A. 
nglish, A. Westfall, T. Woloszynek, R. Allen. Row 2: 
. Al-Dahleh, R. Winter. C. Stillwell. C. Licata, S. Strine. 
. Wallace, M. Chambers, B. Berry, D. Quinn. Missing: 
i. Sheperd. 



AGAINST ALL ODDS 

Row 1: E. Furman, S. Jewell. K. McGowan. A. Breeden. 
professor C. Sampson. S. Cunningham. A. Early. M. 
Valentine. S. Norman. Row 2: M. Gardner. K. Kostanian. 
T. Aeppli, B. Rose, E. Blazeski, R. Bucciarelli, K. Cottrell. 
S. Giammarco, Z. Canaday, R. Okon. 



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The first year at Bethany must be easier than the second 
because freshman Shenda Smith is able to keep her eyes open 
while sophomores Brian Hughes and William "Mac" Clutter 
doze off in front of the tube at Phi Tau. (by David Casiits) 







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FlashBack '94- 




Doing their part to preserve Bethany's heritage, freshmen Ellen Channels, Jennifer 
Sheposh, Greg Shepperd and Kristen Czerwinski pull out unwanted weeds in the Campbell 
Cemetery. Hopefully they started a new tradition, (by Kelli Poole). 




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SURREALISM AND CINEMA 

Row 1: F. Ahlers, T. Thomas, L. Luceno. 
professor R. Cook, K. Rohland, S. Manso. 
Row 2: E. Ceasarine, C. Malsch, J. Robinson. 
P. Carey, K. Piasecki. Missing: J. Welsch, S. 
Kg. 



SOAP 'N STUFF 

Row 1: H. Frank, R. Gomez, K. 
Czerwinski, professor M. Smith, C. 
Kazos, S. Sanyang. G. Rozanski. Row 2: 
B. Bateman, M. Welch. Missing: R. 
Bennett. J. Baire. 



TIME LINE 

Feb. 4 

Freshman Rush begins 

Feb. 6 

Women's Basketball loses to Kenyon 56-46 

Feb. 7 

Men's Basketball loses to Blufton 97-79 
Men's Swim team loses to W&J 81-71. 

finishing their season at 2-7 
Women's Swim team loses to W&J 89- 

80, finishing their season at 2-7 

Feb. 8 

Seniors Keely Oelschlager and Craig 
Williams named to the 1996 All-USA 
College Academic Third Team by USA 
Today 

Feb. 9 BID DAY 

Pledges: Alpha Xi Delta. 9; Alpha Sigma 
Phi, 20; Kappa Delta, 9; Beta Theta Pi, 
12; Phi Mu, 14; Delta Tau Delta, 9: 
Zeta Tau Alpha, 13; Kappa Alpha, 6; 
Phi Kappa Tau, 8; and Sigma Nu, 8 

NFL owners approve Art Modell's plan to 
move the Cleveland Browns to 
Baltimore, Maryland 

Feb. 10 

Women's Basketball defeats Thiel 76-53 
Men's Basketball loses to Thiel 88-75 

Feb. 12 

Panhellenic Council officers elected: Cara 
Brumby, president; Kristen Dougherty, 
vice president; Christie Gunther, 
treasurer; and Jen McGlone, secretary 

Feb. 14 

Women's Basketball defeats Grove City 

53-45 
Men's Basketball loses to Grove City 74-46 
Alpha Psi Omega Cabaret opens as an 

"equal opportunity offender" 

Feb. 16 

Registrar announces Bethany's academic 
performance at a 10-year high 

Feb. 17 

Women's Basketball loses to W&J 79-60, 

finishing their season at 1 8-7 
Men's Basketball defeats W&J 79-76, 

finishing their season at 8-17 
Junior Christy Cunningham receives the 

Vira I Heinz Award and plans to travel 

to Ireland 
Junior Tony Michael receives the 

Benjamin Chandler Shaw Travel Award 

and will travel to Spain 

Feb. 22 

Rcjoici'. a gospel group from Wheeling, 
performs for Black History Month 



ji]oying a few minutes of sunshine on the steps of 
L)ld Main, sophomore Erin Sitko arranges her 
laterial for her next class, (by Kara Schultz) 



Trying out some new wheels, 
sophomore Ahson Boci< is led 
around Bethany Field by a friend, 
sophomore Jenny Sarap. (hy 
Christ}' Cunningham) 



A BETHANY COLLEGE HISTORY 

D. Clark, K. Perera, L. Miller, D. Ritter, 
K. Cunningham. C. Williams. J. Furis. 




fainting with all the colors of the wind, sophomore Charissa Ee hopes her music will ease everyone's guilt for eating 
;5o much dessert at the ISA dinner, (by David Casius) 



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ADVENTURES IN THE FIRST 
AMENDMENT 

Row 1: J. Kropka, S. Fields, 

T. Violi, N. Otani. professor P. 

Schattman. D. Willett, 

J. Cunningham, M. Sundquist, 

B. Lawson. Row 2: K. York. A. 

Fen-ell, D. Sifrit, J. Smith. B. Taylor, 

J. Rasor, J. Hastings, J. Parrado, M. 

Alexander. R. Fromm. 




FlashBack'94 




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An action she still ponders two years later, freshman Sarah Fields decides if she 
should follow the lead of Lisa Bennett and sign the Freshman Register or simply 
allow Amy Cumberledge to take her turn, (by Karalee Demko) 



CRIME AND PUNISHMENT 

Row 1: C. Twarog, L. Naylor, 

S. Sherman, professor J. Lozier, 

N. Fink. C. Ee, M. Bolon, A. Hall. 

Row 2: V. Carter. A. Boltz, 

W. Magnone, D. Travis, 

D. Bellinger, R. Fleming, M. 

Pallardy, S. Posder, T. Antonio. 

Missing: I. Icard. D. Miller. 



SCIENCE AND PSEUDO-SCIENCE 

Row 1: F. Bartizal, M. Moss, 

A. Fulmer, A. Rohr, C. Peairs, 

professor J. Burns, M. Chambers. 

R. Vensel, J. Simpson, P. Pachuta, 

A. Gibson. Row 2: M. Herman. 
R. Boone. M. Dunst, W. Weir. 

E. Ubrin, D, Exterovich, W. Tyler, 

B. Sovich. S. Donner. Z.Taylor. 



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TIME LINE 

Feb. 24 

Outdoors Club goes indoor rock climbing 

Feb. 28 

Princess Diana divorces Prince Charles 
Grammy Awards for Record and Song of 
the Year go to Kiss From A Rose by 
Seal and Album of the Year to Ja^s^d 
little Pill by Alanis Morissetle 

Mar. 1 

Comedian Blair Shannon performs his 
stand-up musical act as part of Kalon 

activities 

Mar. 4 

Poet and Bethany resident. Kathleen 
Barham-Keegen presents readings from 
her two published works 

Mar. 6 

Men's Tennis loses to West Liberty 6-1 
Bethany College Theatre performance of 
Narnia opens 

Mar. 7 FOUNDER'S DAY 

Bethany alumnus Rev. Peter M. Morgan 
:s at Formal Convocation 



Mar. 11 

Men's Tennis loses to St. Vincent 6-3 

Mar. 12 

Men's Tennis loses to Westminster 5-4 

Mar. 13 

Men's Tennis loses to W&J 7-2 

Mar. 16 

Baseball loses to W.Va. State 4-3 and 8-7 
Softball splits with Shepherd losing 0-13 

and winning 12-2 
Men's and Women's Track competes at 

Washinlon & Lee. neither team places 

Mar. 18 

Softball defeats Methodist 3-1 
Baseball loses to Lynchburg 5-2 and 8-7 

Mar. 20 

Lyle and Eric Menendez found guilty of 
the first-degree murder of their parents 

Softball splits with NC Wesleyan winning 
7-4 and losing 1-3 

Mar. 23 

Baseball loses to Maryville 14-3 

Mar. 24 

Baseball splits with Maryville winning 9- 
5 and losing 3-8 

Mar. 25 

Academy Award for Best Picture goes to 
Braveheart; Best Director to Mel 
Gibson, Best Actress to Susan Sarrandon 
and Best Actor to Nicholas Cage 



itching his neighbor off guard luuicr the 
slletoc. sopiioniore Rli Ceasiirinc plants a 
;s on sophomore Ian Icard's cheek, (by 
'iiise Dolr) 



While sophomore Jessica Cunningham 
gazes off into a deep blue nothing, 
sophomores April English and Angle 
Dielch sing along with Deep Blue 
Soinelhiiig. (by Judy Hundley) 




Snug as a bug in 
a rug. sophomore 
Leah Mangino 
finds a way to 
beat the cold 
Bethany winter 
nights, (by Jody 
Hundley) 



iring the Delta Tau Delta/Delta Omega Gamma mixer, sophomore Aaron Wilharm and his date Cody take a 
;ak between dances, (by Jody Hundley) 



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SENSITIVITY TO 
THE NATURAL WORLD 

Row 1: M. Simmons, M. McClure, 

D. Koluezez. K. Clark, L. Carol, 

professor A. Buckelew, C. Gunther, 

A. Cumberledge, H. Hartman, D. Riggs. 

Row 2: C. Martin, J. Lowe, S. Boulton, 

R. Wilharm, S. Whitesell, C. Phillips, 

B. Waldman. W. Greathouse. IVIissing: 

A. Rush, M. Harris, R. Clark. 

HUMAN STRUGGLE 
THROUGH SPORT 

Row 1: J. Beall, S. Ferrari, J. Mumer. 

J. Jackfert, professor J. Allison. 

A. Gaughan, L. Rankin. A. Thomas, 

M. McCale. Row 2: J. Marling, 

K. Friend, M. Wilson, C. Kaezyk, 

J. Nicholas, T. Ermisch, D. Solomon, 

R. Lockhart. S Dragisich Missing 

T. Adkins B Walsh D Calamatta 





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Double checking the referee's call, sophomore Charlie Licata realizes just 
how close Salisbury State came to defeating the Bison, (by Jon Gordon) 



TIME LINE 

Mar. 26 

Senator Bob Dole clinches the Republican 
presidential nomination by winning the 
California primary 

Mar. 27 

Women's History Bus. a travelling 

museum, parks outside the caf 
Baseball sweeps Thiel 7-4 and 15-0 
Softball splits with West Liberty winning 2- 

I but losing 2-6 

Mar. 28 

Men's Tennis loses to Marietta 5-4 

Mar. 29 

WVBC brings Union Deposit Road and The 
Karl Hendricks Trio to campus 

Heather Elias, David Gross and Kelly 
Marks open their senior art exhibit 

Mar. 30 

Softball splits with Concord winning 5-0 

and losing 1-5 
Men's Tennis defeats Waynesburg 6-3 
Baseball defeats Grove City 12-5 and 13-3 

Mar. 31 

Baseball defeats Penn St.-Behrend 3-1 and 
12-3 

Apr. 1 

Men's Tennis loses to Marietta 6-3 
KentuckT defeats Syracuse 76-67 to win 

the NCAA Division I Men's National 

Basketball Championship 

Apr. 2 

Men's Tennis loses to Geneva 5-4 

Apr. 3 

US Commerce Secretary Ron Brown dies in 

plane crash near Dubrovnik, Croatia 
Federal agents raid the remote Montana 

cabin of Unabomber suspect Theodore 

Kaczynski 
Golf fmishes 5 of 1 1 at the Bethany College 

Invitational 
Men's Track finishes first and Women's 

Track second in a tri-meet with Geneva 

and West Liberty 

Apr. 4 

Baseball defeats Waynesburg 14-8 and I l-l 
Softball defeats Point Park 7-3 and 9-0 

Apr. 6 

Softball splits with Penn St.-Behrend 
winning 6-0 and losing 2-4 

Apr. 8 

Men's Tennis loses to Geneva 6-3 

Apr. 9 

Softball defeats Waynesburg 12-3 and 13-0 
Men's Tennis defeats Waynesburg 9-0 
Baseball defeats W&J 10-9 



11 



FlashBack '94 




Luau became an opportune place for freshmen Becky Vensel and Brian Hughes to get to know 
one another. Fortunately for Brian, LeAnn Root was not yet in the picture, {by Tom Balistreri) 






As visions of ham- 
burgers dance 
through his head 
sophomore Jason 
Marling catches a 
quick nap in 
Campbell, (by 
Heather Ridge) 



Even though the weather is dreary, sophomores 
Roger Gomez and Gayan Perera are all smiles as 
they make their way home from lunch, (by 
Michelle Strike) 



EDUC.MION OF THE SELF 

Row 1: E. Channels. L. Mangino, M. Ackerman, L. Will- 
iams, professor G. Thompson. J. Barcus. J. Ward, J. Letter, 
S. Chandraratne. Row 2: A. Meighen, K. Roofner, J. Miller, 
J. Radcliffe, J. Roae, C.Carney, E. Horton, J. Forys. 



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The Class of 1999 

The Chosen Ones 

by Allison Babka and Kane Kiester 



Finally, the prophesy has been tested. We 
had been dubbed the chosen ones to challenge 
the Beast of Bethany, the looming monster which 
lures yearly neophytes to its Bethany College 
domain. This Beast used attacks in the forms of 
homesickness, loneliness and social pressure to 
weaken its opponents; however, we tenderfoots 
did not buckle. 

Upon receiving our onus, we ascended 
staircases to our living quarters where we found 
our pundit-appointed comrade waiting. Higher 
powers had believed this person best 
complimented our own qualities, thus strength- 
ening our armament against the Beast. Together, 
we braved fire, rustic bathrooms and the infa- 
mous Missing Sock Monster. We did not fight in 
vain, however, and we managed to prevail over 
this particular cellar dweller. 

The town wise ones, referred to as semi- 
nar leaders in laymans terms, guided us through 
our venture with their infinite wisdom. Before 
allowing us to proceed with the looming task of 
slaughtering the Beast, the wise ones lectured 
and armed us with the fine arts of common sense 
and camaraderie. They also provided us with an 
eternal shelter, where we could seek refuge from 
the day's battles. Once there, we were replen- 
ished with their never-ending secret spring of 
knowledge and guidance. 



Dealing with the pressure of NCAA football is part of "Bat- 
tling the Beast" for freshman Jeremiah Johnson, and he does it 
the only way he knows how — chewing his fingers down to the 
knuckles, (by Jon Gordon) 




When famished from our war, we were 
directed towards the Benedum tavern, a dismal, 
musty hollow where townsfolk gathered both to 
seek nourishment and also to become aware of 
who was the latest sheep-snatching knave. If this 
bleak hashery failed to provide quality fare, we 
would find ourselves wandering toward Bubba's 
mead hall for our share (in some cases, more 
than our share) of grub and grog. 

Once at their best, some of our gladiators 
chose to study ancient Greek rituals intensively 



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Learning to expect the unexpected, freshmen April Naylor, Sarah Ziarko. Ginger Booth. Krisiina Tiidiiipson, Pam Coniey and 
Ivette Davila chuckle as their new lives at Bethany unfold before them, (hy AitficUi Higgins) 




SO that they may better battle the 
Beast. Others, however, opted to 
use their own creativity with which 
to bombard the spiteful being. In 
addition, our warriors exerted the 
forces of not only bats, balls and 
spikes but also ideas, words and 
faith. 

For some, the battle raged 
on for weeks; for some, the battle 
raged on for months; for some, the 
battle hasn't even been finished. 
However, with the premier year of 
struggling against the Bethany 
Beast at a close, we have gained 
the experience and the skills with 
which to conquer. 





The "Battle with the Beast" is evident on 
the muddied and battered legs of 
freshmen Jake Bye. George Guerrerra. 
Matt Baker and Johnny Edwards, (by 
Christy Cunningham) 

The friendhip between Tara 
Cordova. Karen Eski'a and Danielle 
Carey helps make the "battle"" more 
enjoyable, {by Jody Haudley) 



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SCIENCE & PSEUDO-SCIENCE 

Row 1: J. Kuhn. A. Stefan. 

B. Bates, C. Cionni, J. Stimpak, 

J. Blumling, A. Babka, C. Moody, 

J. Denk, M. Teets, J. Barr. 

professor J. Burns. Row 2: 

A. Brown. K. Poinan. J. Cirillo, 

J. Rafail. J. DeBord. K. Kos. 

J. Misenhelder. M. Mezerski, 

M. Amato. 

IT'S ABOUT TIME 

Row 1: D. Carley. A. Saho. 

J. Odom. J. DeFrancesco, 

S. Berry man. 0. Ojo. M. Zarnoch. 

D. Sicchitano. J. Sleeth, professor 

R. Clothier. Row 2: P. Grimm, 

G. Stanevicii. D. Moccio. J. Felix. 

T. Messina. B. Ostheimer. 

M. Hreha. S. Grave. 



TOUR OF WASHINGTON D.C. 

Row 1: J. Giummule. H. Estep. 
1. Davila. A. Naylor. P. Conley. 
G. Booth. F. Wiggins. N. Spicer. 
A. Zivkovic. S. Ziarko. K. Thomp- 
son. R. Gartland. professor Clint 
Maffett. Row 2: R. Peterson. 
M. Manginello. S. Pratt. B. Rund. 
M. Yonover. R. Luthra. J. Baran. 
A. Lauterbach. M. Kaniecki. 





Believing it will do wonders for their complexions, freshmen Anna 
Hopwood and Erika Somers apply mud facials to one another outside of 
Phillips Hall, (by Heather Ridge) 



TIME LINE 

.Apr. 10 

Red Cross Blood Drive surpasses goal of 80 

units by nine 
Men's Tennis loses to W&J 9-0 
Golf finishes third at the Carnegie Mellon 

Invitational 

Apr. 11 

Softball defeats Grove City 3-2 and 3-0 

April 12 

Rennerpalooza 11 features Humble Sacrifice 

and Psoas 
Safety & Security director Mike Dixon 

deems Harlan fue "suspicious" 
Baseball defeats Frostburg 6-5 

Apr. 13 

Jaboli .^frika, an musical ensemble from 

Kenya, performs 
Softball defeats Adrian 15-2 and Wittenberg 

4-2 at the Wittenberg Tournament 

Apr. 14 

Softball loses to Anderson 4-8 in first 
round, but defeats Adrian 6-0 and 
Wittenberg 4-0 to win the Wittenberg 
Tournament 

Baseball defeats LaRoche 16-9 

Apr. 15 

Golf fmishes 5 of 9 at W&J Invitational 
Communication Week begins with the 
theme of "The Complete Communica- 
tor— Rexibility. Creativity and the Use of 
New Technology" 

Apr. 16 

Phi Alpha Theta (History Honorary) holds 

initiation and banquet at Beck's Supper 

Club in West Liberty 
Baseball defeats Thiel 6-0 in first round of 

the PAC Tournament 
Men"s and Women's Track finishes second 

in a tri-meet with W&J and Grove City 

Apr. 17 

Bethany College Theatre opens Ken 

Ludwig's Lend Me a Tenor 
Men's and women's track finishes second in 

dual meets widi Grove City and W&J 

Apr. 18 HONORS DAY 

Recipients include: The Francis 0. Carfer 
Prize (Outstanding Senior): Craig 
Williams. The W. F. Kennedy Prize 
{Outstanding Junior Man j: David 
Simpson. Pittsburgh Bethany College 
Club Award (Outstanding Junior 
Woman): Kristen Thompson. Beta Beta 
Beta-B. R. Weimer Award: Alice 
Bickerslaff. Beta Beta Beta Pnze: Keri 
Rohland. Senior Chemistry Award: 
Jacqueline Palmer, (continued) 



56 



Freshman softball players Amy Stefan and Sarah 
Ziarko get ready to practice and "talk a little 
trash" early in the season, (by Christy 
Ciiiiiiiiii;hiiiu) 




Freshman Aaron 
Brown contemplates 
life while resting 
during the orientation 
rafting trip, (by Jon 
Gordon) 



Excited over their new photographs, freshmen Sue Boyer, Jamie Kazos and Jenna Barr prepare for some friendly 
blackmail, (by Jody Handley) 



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SENSITIVITY TO 
THE NATURAL WORLD 

Row 1: M. Warden. A. Neff. 

M. Viderman, S. Yocum, S. Boyd. 

B. Landers. L. Chrisdanson. J. Kazos. 

S. VanDervort. J. Crawford. 

A. Anglin. professer A. Buckelew. 

Row 2: W. Konkle. R. Murdock. 

S. Coldren. D. D'Aquila. E. GiU. 

D. DePalma, R. Andrews. R. Richardson. 

VIETNAM: FACTS, FILM, FICTION 

Row 1: J. Parson. J. Rogers, B. Fisher. 

G. Wyman, K. Kohan, S. Smith. 

M. Taylor. J. Roberge, P. Michel, 

professor L. Grimes. Row 2: J. Sidick, 

J. McKnight. A. Strickland, A. Klug, 

W. Eddy. K. Blanchard. B, Fairchild, 

M. Giraldo. 



EDUCATION OF THE SELF 

Row 1: D. Rosenthal. A. Hopwood, 

C. Curtis. E. Somers. L. Melnick. 

K. Mozingo. S. Proud. N. Motta. 

K. Mathews, professor G. Thompson. 

Row 2: M. Dague. J. Edwards. 

J. Orendi. G. Dobbs. A. Rice. 

E. Bachinski. A. Piatt. R. Kolb. 

M. Weibe. 



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While it may have provided warmth in the housing units, freshman Diane Wilhelm is 
shocked by the lack of privacy her tent provides, (by Jonathan Vogel) 



58 



TIME LINE 

Apr. 18 HONORS DAY 

Recipients Continued: Freshman Chemistr)' 
Award (1995): Jessica Talley, Charlotte 
Manion Yurko Award: Ross Merenda. E. 
E. Roberts Prize: Jacqueline Weishner. 
Forrest H. Kirkpatrick Award: Brian 
Lemasters. Wall Street Journal Award: 
Sherri Lynn Williams. Caldwell Award: 
Shelby Haines and Sarah Metheney. 
Florence Hoagland Memorial Award: 
Craig Williams, Christine Burleson 
Memorial Award: Chad Harnett. Cammie 
Pendleton Award (Junior): Tony Michael. 
Cammie Pendleton Award (Sophomore): 
Jill Barcus, Ernest L. and Dorothy Miller 
Korb Award: Angela Higgins and Aaron 
Smee, Rush Carter Prize in Music: 
Elizabeth Jewell. Jane Judy Philhps 
Theatre Award: Sarah Moran, Leonora 
Balla Cayard Prize: Marcie Williams. 
Theodore R. Kimpton Prize: Elizabeth 
Ann Fisher. Margaret R. Woods Prize: 
Kevin P. Galownia. Pearl Mahaffey Prize: 
Pamela Frei and Mar\' Ann Witt. Shiriey 
Morris Memorial Award: Mary Ann Witt, 
Chapman Prize: Mary Do, Frank Roy Gay 
Award: Emily Schoenfeldt. Wheeling- 
Nisshin Award: Natsue Otani. David 
Brown Prize in Computer Science: Jill 
Stimpson, W. H. Cramblet Prize in 
Mathematics: Elizabeth Stroup. John J. 
Knight Award: Shon Meale, S. Elizabeth 
Reed Award: Sara A. Doty. Thomas 
Jefferson Prize: Emily Mann and Craig 
Williams. Leonard Emor)' Yurko Award: 
Alice Bickerstaff, Thomas R. Briggs 
Award: Amy Childers-Wade. Amy Lowe 
and Darren O'Toole. Osborne Booth 
Prize: April Breeden and Brent Reynolds, 
.Anna Ruth Bourne Award: Phi Mu and W. 
Kirk Woolery Award: Delta Tau Delta 
Softball loses to W&J 0-3 and 5-6 
Men's Tennis loses to Grove City 9-0 
finishing their season at 2-10 

Apr. 19 

Student art exhibit opens as senior Ryan 
Hoffman wins "Best of Show"' and 
seniors Pete Bredlau and Aaron Smee. 
junior Rich Burnett, and sophomores 
Rajiv Verma and Shawna Perkins win 
"Merit Awards" 

AU-campus dance held in Renner Too 
featuring DJ Chuck Webb with karaokie 

Softball defeats Thiel 6-0 and 3-0 

Apr. 20 

Phi Mu holds Carnation Ball 
Baseball defeats Waynesburg 24-6 in 
second round of PAC Tournament 

Apr. 21 

Softball defeats LaRoche 4-2 and 2-1 




Watchiiiii llicir looiinj;. rroshiiicii Jason 
Misonhcldcr and Keilh Cass break il dov\ n on 
ZETA's coffee table. {h\ Jodx Hundle\) 



"Is this how you do it?" asks freshman Kristy 
Kohan of freshmen Anna McCandiish. 
Alison Herron and Joni Smith as they take a 
cigarette break in front of Phillips, (hy 
Heather Ridge) 



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As she crosses a log to the far 
side of the gulley. freshman 
Cara Moody keeps thinking 
"Don't look down. Don't look 
down." (by Jennifer Agaii) 



"It's good to be queen!" Freshman Fiola Ojo demonstrates her skills at telling her ISA 
colleagues how to set up for a party, (by David Casius) 



59 



HUMAN STRUGGLE THROUGH SPORT I 

Row 1: M. Kepple, J. Matteson, A. Herron, K. 
Eskra. D. Carey, J. Smith. E. Quader, T. 
Cordova, K. Imes, professor J. Allison. Row 2: 
R. Clem. J. McCoy. B. Bowen. J. Bye. J. 
Johnson, L. Kromer. S. Koot. D. Zengel. J. 
Sperlazza. 



HUMAN STRUGGLE THROUGH SPORT H 

Row 1: A. McGinnis. M. Gilbeaut. A. West. S. 
O'Kelley, D. Beattie, S. Barnhart. K. Yardis. 
K. Truman, professor J. Cunningham. Row 2: 
E. Combs, N. Hopkins. M. Baker. S. Wilson. J. 
Kusic. J. Kendrick. G. Gurrera. T. Caldwell, C. 
Brasco. 




Imitating Ronald Reagan and doing the Salet\ Dance. Ireshnian Brian McClure 
entertains the audience at the FAC Talent Show during Parents" Weekend, (by Jody 
Handley) 



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TIME LINE 

Apr. 22 

College Choir Concert performs in 

Commencement 
Baseball wins PAC Tournament by 

defeating W&J 9-0 

Apr. 23 

International Student Association program 
features dances from African and Indian 
cultures 

Apr. 24 

WVBC hosts 24-hour marathon to raise 
money for the W.Va. Salvation Army 

Softball loses to Frostburg 9-5 and 7-2 

Baseball defeats W&J 6-5 

Women's golf finishes second at the PAC 
Championship — completing their first 
year as a varsity team at Bethany 

Apr. 25 

1066 high school students invade campus to 
take part in Foreign Language Day 
activities as over 100 BC students assist 
with the affau" 

Apr. 26 SPRING WEEKEND 

The Cherry Poppin' Daddies open for the 

Mighty Might}' BossMnes 
Baseball loses to Otterhein 4-2 and 

Muskingum 1-0 at the Muskingum 

Invitational 

Apr. 27 

Softball loses to Marietta 3-0 and 4-0 

Baseball defeats Heidelberg 11-7 and loses 
to Muskingum 3-5 at the Muskingum 
Invitational 

The Men's and Women's Track Team 
finishes third at die PAC Track and Field 
championship 

All-campus picnic held with Steel 
Impressions performing steel drum music, 
John Johns drawing caricatures, Manuela 
Beraandez and Dave Klug iilustradng 
their art, Linda Cartwright reading palms, 
Patricia Mauro telling fortunes and 
comedian Doug Stanhope performing his 
high energy, irreverent act 

Apr. 28 

Baseball defeats LaRoche 8-1 and 12-5 

May 2 

Robyn Cole, associate professor of English, 
presented the Richard B. Kenney 
Outstanding Professor Award and the 
newly-established Gamma Sigma Kappa 
Teacher of the Year Award goes to Lana 
Hartman Landon, associate professor of 
English 

Softball splits with Frostburg losing 1-2 and 
winning 3-2 

Baseball loses to Allegheny 6-0 and 18-0 



"Float like a bulterny, sting like a bee." Freshman Diane Wilhelni works to make this 
statement true as she praetiees the butterfly stroke, (hy Katliryii McLarcnl 



Who does that hand belong to? As 
long as it can boogie, freshman 
Heather Ridge doesn't care as she 
gets down at the Homecoming 
dance, (hy Jocly Handlcx) 




DIGESTING WAR IN ART 

Row I: N. Chandler. M. Jawara. S. Moran. T. 
Santee. S. Lepore. A. Manandhar. E. Maigurira, 
S. Purich. professor H. Menz. Row 2: J. Stoner. 
J. Caruso. K. Magier. N. Dorsey. E. Miller, T. 
Parson, L. Johnson. 



)emonstrating Bison pride and freshman teamwork, freshmen 
Zhristian Silveira and Joe Stoner carry freshman Tim Caldwell from 
[le field after scoring a touchdown against Waynesburg. (b\ Jon 
jordon) 



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REDISCOVERING YOUR CREATIVE SELF 

Row 1: D. Brant, B. Veach, A. Cole, A. Shaffer, K. 
Coombs, A. McCandlish, F. Weaver, R. Ramirez, H. 
Ridge, N. Welsh, J. Yoo, professor J. Gordon. Row 2: A. 
Jordan. J. Amos. Z. Gorman, J. McGowan, M. Whitmoyer, 
E. Stephens, A. Lauterbach. S. Boyer, L. Turner. 



Although 
not invited 
to the U.S. 
Open, 
freshman 
Anna 
McCandlish 
still 
backhands 
a cross- 
court shot 
that even 
Stefi Graf 
couldn't 
return, (by 
Jon 
Gordon) 



Excited that warm 

weather has finally 

arrived, freshmen 

Eric "Big Cat" 

Stevens and Shenda 

Smith discuss both 

the Softball game 

and the track meet 

going on around 

them, (by Jon 

Gordon) 









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VOYAGES OF 
THE STARSHIP ENTERPRISE 

Row 1: E. Rizor, J. Cronin, N. Kirby- 

Grove, P. Zander, A. Fullerton, 

E. Govindan, professor R. J. Cooke. 

Row 2: A. Takah, R. Perry, C. Peters, 

M. Holzworth, E. Milam, G. Schmalz, 

B. Reinard, A. Nelson, T. Kosman. 



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TIME LINE 

May 4 

Zoila E. Airall. associate director of staff 
and programs in residence at the 
University of Pennsylvania, speaks at 
May Morning Breakfast 

Senior Erin Giovanetti receives the Aleece 
C. Gresham Award 

Car driven through Olgehay Gates results in 
minor damages 

May 5 

Baseball splits with Point Park losing 3-4 

and winning 8-1 
Softball splits with Allegheny winning 2-1 

and losing 0-5. finishing their season 

22-14 

May 6 

Comprehensive Exams begin 

May? 

Baseball defeats Marietta 6-0 and 5-2 

May 10 

The torture is completed as 87 pass 

Comprehensive Exams 
Cold and rainy weather welcomes 

Bethanians for Alumni Weekend 
Student production of The Rock}' Horror 

Picture Show opens with reduced prices 

offered to those wearing a costume 

May 11 

Gary Kappel, associate professor of history, 
presented with the Alumni Faculty 
Recognition Award 

Baseball defeats Frostburg 1 1-5 in first 
round of ECAC Championship 

May 12 

Baseball loses ECAC Championship game 
to Ursinus 6-5 fmishing their season at 
23-13 

May 13 

The Society of Professional Journalists 

inducts 12 new members 

May 17 

Seniors finally pass thorugh the Oglebay 
Gates and Janet A. Long, Moderator of 
the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ! 
in the United States and Canada, inspires 
them to enjoy "The Time of Your Life" 
during Baccalaureate exercises 

May 18 GRADUATION DAY 

Rain moves Commencement into Hummel 
Field House but the spirits are not 
dampened for the 160 members of the 
class of 1996 who receive their degrees 

May 19 

Campus returns to its quiet summer pace as 
preparations are made to welcome the 
class of 2000 



^ith a victory well in hand, freshman Jne Gurrera 
legins to prepare mentally lor his final exams, ihy 
'liristy Ciimiingluini) 



A BETHANY 
COLLEGE HLSTORY 

Row 1: S. Byrd. D. 
VVilhclm. C. Noble. G. Tan. 
M. Bniekey. M. Reid. M. 
Caivano. B. Yonnotti. 
professor J. Taylor. Row 2: 
J. Roberts. J. Newman, B. 
MeClure. B. J. Push. 





Freshmen Pam Conley and 
Mariana Bruckey wait 
patiently outside Phillips 
Hall for the rest of their hall 
to go to Origins, (by 
Christ)' Cimnmghamj 



aking advantage of the lazy day that Snow Carnival brings, freshmen Nikki Spicer and Sue Boyer 
rash on their R.A.'s bed. {by Christy Cunningham) 



63 



The Faculty 

A View from First Cochran 

by Jon Gordon "1 

During the past four years, the faculty has experi- process, they have developed a strong bond with the college 
enced as much change as the students who have been here, and exhibited a deep concern for its future. 1 thank them and 
Unlike the students, we stay behind and watch the ever- all the members of the class of '96 for the memories, 
revolving door of new and old students. Bethany becomes our The second collection of cartoonists was a close, fun- 
life and we adapt to changes in the student body We are here loving group. They quickly became involved in all aspects of 
for them and do our best to provide what they pay for campus life. Due to this obvious involvement or perhaps 

My revolving door is on the fu'st floor of Cochran because of their apparent closeness, members of this group 

Hall and from this perch I have seen a short bit of history more than the others seemed to take the most divergent 

unfold. Events of significance include John Hull celebrating dii'ections. They represent the spirit that can be brought to 

his first intramural title when he and his "Hull's Hoops" gang Bethany as well as the separation which can occur on our small 

won the B-League championship this year; and F.A.S.T campus. The class of '97 definitely rocks the campus and ] 

(Faculty and Staff Team) winning two, yes two, straight hope my cartoonists will rock it together during their senioi 

intramural volleyball championships. Can you students spell yeai". 
D-Y-N-A-S-T-Y? The fmal band of cartoonists was a quiet group which 

But with victory also comes defeat. Our greatest seemed less sure of its place in the Bethany community. While 

losses came with deaths of David Judy (1929-1995) and Peny several members became involved quickly most had to searcl" 

Gresham (1907-1994). The contributions both men made to us for their place and, unfortunately only 9 of 17 retumed in 1995 

as individuals and the college as a whole cannot be measured. Are they the self-described "slackmores" or simply victims o] 

We have seen other colleagues leave Bethany for a variety of a tightly knit community? 1 believe it to be the latter and expec 

reasons. They will be missed and we wish them the best. the class of '98 to make its mark during the next two years. 

With all of these events, it has been the changes in the The first class of creativity students came across as i 

saidents which have most effected us. Four years is not long much less intense group. They accepted life on campus and tk 

in terms of the hfe of the college, but I have been able to see challenges which accompany it with httle resistance. They car' 

the personahty of each class through four years of freshman be seen in all aspects of campus life, and are having an impac 

seminai's. " on them. They have successfully begun their battle with th( 

hi the classroom, the first group of caitoonists and I beast and their future looks bright, 
straggled through thek first two semesters. Despite these So as the revolving door continues to spin, the faculty 

difficulties, we managed to remain close throughout theii" time continues to adapt to the changes in our students and ourselves 

at Bethany To me, they demonstrated the maturing process Four years from today I may offer an update on campus lift 

which Bethany can provide as many had to put forth extra from my new revolving door in the building which stand; 

efforts to recover from the lure of Bubba's. Throughout the where Cochran Hall used to be. See you then. 
64 



David Judy (1929-1995)- 




Doing what he loved the most, David Judy works on the Bethany College 1990 
Theatre pmduchon of Jo.sepluiud the Anuizing Technicolor Dreamcoal . It was one 
of more than 70 productions he directed since he arrived at Bethany in 1967. 



Not an official member 
of our faculty but a 
definite part of our 
family. ECC director 
Dennis Landon tries to 
explain how he's going 
to pitch a no-hitter for 
the F.A.S.T. Softball 
team next season, (by 
Bilh McElrov) 





Once again John Taylor, professor of 
english emeritus, and James Allison, 
professor of mathematics, lead the 
faculty to fall convocation, (by Angela 
Higgins) 



"It's the Gary Kappel Show" — amused 
by Kap's efforts to present the awards 
for his entire department, dean of faculty 
William Whipple and president D. 
Duane Cummins preside oxer the Honors 
Day Convocation. (b\ Kara Schiiltz) 

65 



Lynn F. Adkins James E. Allison Jo Ellen Asbury 

Professional Studies MalliL-matks Ps\chuKig\ 



Stanley L. Becker 

Philosophy 



Albert R. Buckelew 
Biology 





Katherine S. Coram 

Professional Studies 



Arthur P. Dyck 

Fine Arts 







Kenneth M. Cosgrove 

Political Science 



John S. Cunningham 

Administration 



John T. Burns 

Biology 




Russell W. Clothier 


Jeanne Coob 


Robyn Cole 


W. Randolph Cooey 


Russell J. Cook 


R.J. Cooke 


Physics 


Library 


Enl:^^h 


pA-onomics and Business 


Coniniunicjtinn 


Chemistry 




Penny Cunningham John D. Davis Rebecca L Denova 

Admission Economics and Business Rehsjious Studies 




Donald L. Eilenstine 

Economics and Business 



Gary R. Eorney 

Admission 




Timothy E. Graham 

Manager— WVBC 



Kathy Gorney-Tagg 

Academic Services 



L,.:li\ 



Larry E. Grimes 

English 



Janice L. Forsty 

Physical Education 



Mary-Bess Halford 

Library 



John C. Geismann 

Registrar 



Frank H. Gorman 

Religious Studies 




Jeanne Brandt Hoff 

Accounting 



John H. Hull 

Psychology 



66 



FlashBack'67- 




King of Bethany? Almost, it" s John Taylor, professor of English, playing 
the part of "King Louis the Fat" to critical acclaim in the 1967 Bethany 
College Theatre production of Becket. 



Preparing to deal with the "Wool Dogs, 
Chalman Neely, assistant professor of 
social work, and his dog. Jude, demon- 
strate their famous lift-and-play-dead 
move, (by Angela Higginsj 









Taking control, associate professor of fine arts 
Art Dyck leads the choir in a rambunctious series 
of warm-up exercises, (by Elizabeth Simpson) 

"Hi ho. hi ho..." After another exciting game. Herb 
Weaver, associate professor of fine arts, gives high 
fives to team members Kyle Smith, Tim Jones and 
Annette Midget as they walk over to thank their 
opponents for a good game, f^v Jon Gordon) 



67 




Maria Joseph 

Library 




Walter Kornowski 

Communication 



John W. Lozier 

History 



Harald J. A. Menz 

Foreign Languages 



Pauline R. Nelson 

Foreign Languages 



Gary H. Kappel 

History 




An 

Mary K. Krikorian 

Student Services 



Leslie A. Lucas 

Academic Computing 




James Keegan 

Communication 



n 


m- 


H*^B 


I 


^ 




r 


li 





John C. Krug 

Information Ser\'ices 




i 
J/ 
Clinton W. Maffett 

rohu.'al SlICIICC 



\nlh(mv .\iitch 


Kenneth Morgan 


l-iidi~h 


Fine Arts 





Nicholas C. Neupauer 

Communication 



Darline Nicholson 

Student Affairs 



Donna F. Keith 

Professional Studies 




Joseph M. Kurey 

Administration 




f- f 



Eric Margerum 

Fine Arts 




Robert E. Myers 
Philosophy 



Theodore Pauls 

Communication 



Deborah P. Kessler 

Forerjn 1 .iiil'ii.il'cs 



r^^W 



I'Uf 



M. E. Komorowski 

Mathematics 



Lana H. Landon 


English 


d 


-^ 


■-■^ ^^ 





Eric L. McDowell 

Mathematics 



fll 



Wallace B. Neel 
Physical Education 




Robert A. Paysen 

Chemistry 




Gary E. Larson 

Biology 



John J. McGowan 

Physical Education 




Chatman Neely 

Professional Studies 




January Riddle 

Communication 



68 




If you think four years of 
Bethany College can age you. 
how do you explain the youthful 
appearance of Kenn Morgan, as- 
sistant professor of fine arts, as 
he appeared for his 1971 Bethany 
College senior portrait? 



Refusing to 
accept the 
Steelers' defeat, 
assistant profes- 
sor of communi- 
cation Nick 
Neupauer leads a 
less-than- 
successful post- 
Super Bowl rally 
at Bethany Field. 
(hy Kathryn 
McLaren) 




Wondering if their player knows 
he's shooting at his own goal, 
professors Majid and Fujiko 
Sawtarie watch as their coaching 
pays off and the goaltender 
prevents a misplaced goal, (by Jon 
Gordon) 



Making sure everyone is present and 
accounted for. coach Jan Forsty keeps 
a watchful eye on the Softball team 
during practice in Hummel Field 
House, (by Michelle Strike) 



69 





>, 




Christina Sampson 

Professional Studies 



Robert Sandercox 

Administration 



Fujiko O. Sawtaric 

Computer Science 



Majid A. Sawtarie 

Physics 



Catherine Schlingmann 

International Students 



Dirk Schlingmann 

Mathematics 






Jack L. Shaffer 

Academic Services 



Douglas W. Smith 

Professional Studies 



John R. Taylor 

English 



T. Gale Thompson 

Psychology 



Barbara VanBeveran Nancy Vance-Jacobs 

Academic Services Fine Arts 




Sharing their secrets on how to be good teachers, winners of the 
Gamma Sigma Kappa Teacher of the Year and the Richard B. 
Kenney Outstanding Professor Awards, Lana Hartman Landon 
and Robyn Cole, associate professors of English, sit on the steps 
of Old Main waiting to enlighten students and administrators 
alike, (by Christ}' Cunningham) 

Knowing how many nuts work in the theater, assistant 

professor of fine arts Pam McCready displays the wrench 

70 she uses to keep them all bolted down, (by Charlie King) 



FlashBack'68. 



FlashForward '95 





Experiencing a flashback himself, professor of biology Gary 
Larson spurns 1990's American fashion in favor of a more 
ethnic flair as he dances with sophomore April Breeden at this 
year's ISA dance, (by David Casiiis) 



Back in 1968, however, professor Larson was ready to 
appear on GQ as he contemplated his latest biological 
endevor. 




Sometimes 
keeping adminis- 
trators in line 
requires brutal 
force! Secretary 
Florine Williams 
shows Greg 
Krikorian. associ- 
ate dean of 
students, how it's 
done, (by Christy 
Cunningham) 



Believing in three square meals a 
day, John Hull, professor of 
psychology, holds his experi- 
mental II class in the back dining 
room so his students can nourish 
their minds as well as their 
bodies, (by Jennifer Agan) 



Oh boy, mother is not going to be happy!" 
Shocked and afraid, professor of communi- 
cation James Keegan watches his shot head 
straight for a window, (by Jennifer Agan) 



71 



Index 



Catching a little dance fever, sophomores Bob Bennett and I 
Icard lead the Dance for Non-Dancers class in the "Campbel 
Hall Strut", (by Bilh McFlrnx) 



Ackerman. Michele 
Adkins. Lynn 
Aeppli. Timothy 
Agan, Jennifer 
Alderson. Daphne 
Allen, Amanda 
Allen, Ronnie 
Allison, James 

60, 
Amato, Marcus 
Amato, Toni 
Ameredes, Haixy 
Ammon, Matthew 
Amos, Justin 
Andrews, Robert 
Anglin. Andrea 
Antonio. Todd 
Armstrong, Eric 
Asbury, Jo Ellen 
Aubrey, Melissa 
Avolio, Brian 



53 
66 

47 
33,35 



47 

27,52, 

65.66,78 

56 

46 

32 

8,27 

62 

58 

58 

50 

30 

35,66 

35 

32 



B 

Babka, Allison 56 

Bachinski, Eric 58 

Bachinski, Michael 8 

Baird, Natalie 19,38 
Baker. Matt 55,60,79 

Bane, Regis 30 

Baran, Jamie 56 

Barcus. Jill 53 

Barki. Joseph 75 

Barnett, Paul C. 8 

Barnhart. Shane 60 

Barr, Amy 36 



Barr, Jenna 56. 

Bartizal, Frederick 
Bateman, Blair 
Bates, Bethany 
Beall, Jonathan 
Beattie, Dale 
Beck, Tricia 
Becker, Stanley 
Bell, Robert 
Bellinger, Donald 
Bennett, Lisa 
Bennett, Robert 
Berry, Benjamin 
Berryman, ShaRhonda 
Bickerstaff, Alice 
Blackmon, Jonathan 
Blanchard, Kevin 
Blazeski, Erin 
Blumling, Jessica 
Bock, Alison 44, 

Bolon, Magan 
Boltz. Andrew 
Boone, Richard 
Booth. Ginger 
Border, Richard 
Borello, Michael 
Bossers, Jason 
Bowen. Robert 
Bower, Kristie 
Bowers, John 
Bowman. Gwen 
Boyd, Stephanie 
Boyer, Sue 57, 

Bradley, Melissa 
Brant, Daleene 
Brasco, Christopher 




5 
58 

45.47 
56 

45,49 
50 
50 
50 

55.56 
32 
32 
46 

60.74 

36.38 

8.11 

30 

58 

62,63 

35,38 
62 
60 




Bredlau, Peter 8.15 

Breeden, April 47.71 

Brody, Shelli 45 

Broughton, Liz 23,38,40,45 
Brown, Aaron 56,57 

Brown, Douglas 8 

Brown, Shawn 40 

Bruckey. Mariana 63 

Brumby, Cara 29,35 

Buckelew,Jay 32,52,58,66 
Burkholder, JoAnna 8 

Burnett, Michelle 30 

Burnett, Richard 36 

Bums, John 36,50,56.66 

Butler, Tracy 44 

Bye, Jason 55,60 

Byrd, Shawnita 63 



Despite coach McGowan"s advice, sophomore Roger Gomez 
decides laying on the grass and visualizing cross country 
practice would be better than actually running, (by Jon 
Gordon) 

72 



C 

Caffall. William 
Caivano, Melinda 
Caldwell, Timothy 
Campos, Steve 
Caradine, Matthew 
Carey, Danielle 
Carley, David 
Carol, Lindsay 
Carpino, Joseph 
Caruso, Joseph 
Casey, Michael 
Casius, David 
Cass, Keith 
Cassidy, Jason 
Catherine, Jay C. 
Ceasarine. Eli 
Cham, Howsoon 
Chamberlin, Christopher 
Chambers, Mary Beth 



46 

63 

60,61 

5 

8 

55 

56,60 

31,52 

31,32,34 

61 

44 

40 

59 

36 

29,31,32 

47,48,51 



40 
50 



Chambers, Michael 

Chandler, Neil 

Channels, Ellen 4? 

Childers-Wade, Amy 

Childers, Michelle 

Christiansen, Laura 

Cionni, Carla 

Cirillo, Jason 

Clark, Kristine 

Clark, Sarah 10,17 

Clem, Russell 

Clothier, Russell 5t 

Clutter, William 4-^ 

Cobb, Jeanne 

Coldren, Roger 

Cole, Anne 

Cole, Devon 8 

Cole, Robyn 6t 

Combs, Edward 

Comley, Holly 

Conley, Pamela 55.5t 

Cooey, Christy 9,2S 

Cooey, W. R. 

Cook. Russell 40,48 

Cooke, Ruby 40,62 

Coombs, Kristina 

Cooper, Erin 4,19,37 

Coram, Katherine 

Cordova, Tara 55 

Cosgrove, Kenneth 

Cottrell, Kary 

Coyne, Courtney 

Crawford, Jaime 

Cronin, Julie 

Cuccaro, Lawrence 

Cumberledge, Amy 46,50 

Cummins, D. Duane 6 

Cunningham, Christy 29 



Cunningham. Jes.sicu 


50.5 1 


DiBias. Mario 


10.27 


Eriingsson. Sigurdur 


29.36.37 


G 




Cunningham, John 


60.66 


DiRisio. Ronnie 


38 


Ermisch, Todd 


52 


Gale. Elizabeth 


12 


Cunningham. KelMe 


42.49 


Dintini, Jennifer 


10.15,17 


Eskra, Karen 


55,6( 


Galownia. Kevin 


35 


Cunningham. Penny 


66 


Dixon. Mike 


31 


Estep. Heather 


56 


Garcia, Jennifer 


32 


Cunningham. Seann 


32 


Dobhs, Gary 


58 


Extcrovich. David 


5{ 


Gardner. Marc 


47 


Cunningham, Stephanie 


43.47 


Donncr. Sebastian 


50 


£ 




Gartland, Robert 


56 


Curtis, Christina 


58 


Dorsey, Nathaniel 


61 




Gaughan, Amy 


52 


Czerwinski. Kristen 


48 


Doty. Danelle 


32 


Fairchild. Brett 


58 


Geismann, John 


66 


D 




Doty. Denise 


10,19 


Felix. James 


56 


Gerevics, Brian 


12 




Doty. Sara 


10.13 


Ferrari. Karen 


30 


Gibeaut. Monica 


23.60 


D'Aquila. Douglas 


58 


Dougherty, Kristen 


30 


Ferrari. Shannon 


52 


Gill. Kristopher 


58 


Dague. Miehael 


58 


Doyle, David 


44.78 


Ferrell. Adam 


5( 


Giovanetti. Erin 


9.12.19 


Dalby. Anne 


10 


Dragisich. Steven 


52 


Fields. Sarah 


43.5( 


Giraldo. Michael 


58 


Davila, Ivette 


55,56 


Drago, Michelle 


10 


Fisher. William 


58 


Giummule. Joseph 


56 


Davis, Bethany 


30 


Dranikoski, Diane 


10.21 


Fitt. Laura 


35.38 


Goddin. Bonnie 


47 


Davis. Courtney 


40.79 


Dunst. Mark 


50 


Fleming. Ryan 


50 


Goehring. Alex 


30 


Davis. John 


66 


Dyck. Arthur 


66.67 


Forney. Gary 


66 


Gombes. Edward 


36.39 


DeBord. Jeramy 


56 






Forsty, Janice 


66,69 


Gomez. Roger 


48.53.72 


DeFrancesco, Joyce 


56 


E 




Forys. Jeffrey 


53 


Goodwin. Sherry 


36 


DeFrani^. Christopher 


47 


Eddy. Wesley 


58 


Frei. Pamela 


9.12 


Gordon. Jon 


36.44.62 


DeMaria. James 


74 


Edwards, John 


55.58 


Friend. Kevin 


47.52 


Gorman. Frank 


66 


DePalma. Donald 


58 


Ee, Charissa 


49.50 


Fritzges. Christopher 


3.12 


Gorman. Zachary 


62 


Deitch. Angela 


46.5 1 


Efros. Alexandra 


35,41 




13.37 


Gorney-Tagg. Kathy 


66 


Demko. Karalee 


10 


Eilenstine. Donald 


66 


Fromm. Robert 


44.51" 


Govindan. Elizabeth 


62 


Denk, Jessica 


56 


Elias. Heather 


12 


Fullerton. April 


62 


Graf. Jill 


11.12 


Dennison. Larry 


32 


English . April 


4.47.51 


Fulmer, Amy 


5( 


Graham. Timothy 


66 


Denova, Rebecca 


66 


Erb, Jennifer 


12 


Furis, Jeffrey 


49 


Grave. Simon 
Greathouse. William 


56 

52.74 


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Grimes. Larry 


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Halford. Mary 


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Hall, Julie 


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40 




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12.25 




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Hundley. Jody 
Hartman. Holly 


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Harvey. Eric 


36.78 




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Hepner. Julia 
Herman. Michael 


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50 






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Heir. Ellen 
Herron. Allison 
Hicks. Lisa 


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Higgins. Angela 


14.17 






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Hindman. Kelly 
Hinish. Richard 


14.78 
44 


Confused and upset, sophomore P.J. Sines finally rea 


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Hodge. Reda 


14 



73 







King, Charles 


19,44,46 


Laska, Sheri 


30 


Mazezka, Christie 


18 


H 




Kinzel, Kurt 


78 


Lauterbach. Aaron 


56,62 


Mc Dowell, Eric 


68 


Hoff, Jeanne 


66 : 


Kirby-Grove, Nicole 


62 


Leahy, Jennifer 


9,15,16 


McCale, Mitchell 


52 


Hoffman, Ryan 


5,14 : 


Klages, Jennifer 


30 


Leavitt, Jessica 


16 


McCandlish, Anastasia 


59,62 


Hoffmann, Robert 


36 : 


Kline, Jason 


32 


Lemasters, Brian 


16 


McCarthy, John 


5,32 


Holmes, Richard 


11.13,14 : 


Klug, Andrew 


58 


Lent, Amanda 


25,41 


McCloskey, Marilyn 


31,40 


Holzworth, Michael 


62 : 


Knoll, Erik 


30 


Lepore, Stephanie 


61 


McClure, Brian 


60,63 


Homistek, Derek 


46 : 


Kohan, Kristy 


58,59 


Letter, Jaime 


53 


McColl, Michael 


40 


Hopkins, Nathanial 


60 : 


Kolb, Robert 


58 


Licata. Charles 


33,47,52 


McConnaughy, Beth 


7,18 


Hopwood, Anna 


56,58 : 


Koluezez, Dana 


43,52 


Lipinski. Eric 


38 


McCormick, Mark 


44 


Hreha, Matthew 


56 : 


Komitsky, Gregg 


19 


Lockhart, Ross 


52 


McCoy, James 


60 


Hughes, Brian 


44,48.53 


Komorowski, Brian 


16 


Lohmann, Daniel 


46 


McCready, Pamela 


19,70 


Hull, John 


44,66,71 


Komorowski, Mary 


68 


Lowe, Amy 


16 


McCreanor, Erin 


46 


Hunt, Tonia 


36 : 


Konkle, William 


58 


Lowe, Jason 


52 


McElroy, William 


44,75 


Hupp, Tracy 31,36,41,79 : 


Koot, Scott 


60 


Loy, Sean 


40 


McGinnis, Amy L 


60 






Kornowski, Dorine 


9,15,16 


Lozier, John 


50,68 


McGlone, Jennifer 


36,40 


/ 




Kornowski, Walter 


68 


Lucas, Leslie 


68 


McGowan, John J 


68 


Icard, Ian 


72 : 


Kos. Keith 


3,56 


Luceno, Lisa 


48 


McGowan, John W 


62 


Imes, Keith 


60 : 


Kosman, Thomas 


62 


Luthra, Rahul 


56 


McGowan, Kathleen 


47 


lobst, Matthew 


14,23 : 


Kostanian. Kare 


47 






McKnight, Jai'ed 


58 


Ion, Dimitris 


38 : 


Koster. Gail 


16 


M 




McLaren, Kathryn 


46 






Kozup, Kevin 


38 


Maffett, Clinton 


35,56,68 


McNevan, Scott 


46,47 


1 




Kraus, Jill 


32 


Magier, Kristopher 


61 


Meale, Shon 


18,77 


Jackfert, Jodi 


52 : 


Kresin, Brett 


32 


Magnone, William 


50 


Medvitz. Rebecca 


39 


Jackley, Lorin 


15,31,32 : 


Krikorian, Greg 


71 


Mahan, James 


38 


Meeks. Ryan 


32 


Jackson, Christopher 


5,36 : 


Krikorian, Mary 


68 


Maigurira, Eston 


61 


Meighen. Andrew 


53 


Jackson, Randolph 


38 : 


Kromer, Lucas 


60,74 


Malone, Daniel 


16 


Melnick. Lori 


58 


Jackson, Terry 


30 : 


ECropka, Justin 


50 


Malsch, Chad 


48 


Menz. Harald 


61,68 


Jagne, Modou 


14 : 


Krug, John 


68 


Manandhar, Ashish 


61 


Merenda, Ross 


18 


Jawara, Mustapha 


61 : 


Kucharski, Stephanie 


16,21 


Manginello. Michael 


56 


Messina, Timothy 


56 


Jewell, Elizabeth 


14,19 : 


Kuhn, Jennifer 


56 


Mangino. Leah 


9,51,53 


Metheney, Sarah 


18 


Jewell. Sarah 


42,47 : 


Kurey, Joseph 


68 


Manso, Shane 


48 


Mezerski, Michael 


56 


Johnson, Jeremiah 


53,60 : 


Kusic, Jason M 


60 


Margerum, Eric 


68 


Michael, Tony 


30 


Johnson, Lorenzo 


61 : 


Kyrc, Cassandra 


44,79 


Marks, Kelly 


16 


Michel, Patrick 


58 


Johnson, Tamara 


44 






Marling, Jason 


52,53 


Milam, Eric 


62 


Jones, Kimberly 


17 


L 




Martin, Charles 


52 


Miller, Edward 


61 


Jones, Robin 


14 : 


Laguerre. Isevelt 


44 


Martin, Joseph 


40 


Miller, Jeremy 


45,53 


Jordan, Alicia 


62 : 


Landers, Brigid 


58 


Martin, Richard 


18,27 


Miller, Lisa 


49 


Joseph, Maria 


68 : 


Landon, Dennis 


65 


Matteson. Joseph 


60 


Miller, Melissa 


21 


Judy, David 


65 : 


Landon, Lana H 


35,68,70 


Matteson. Matthew 


36 


Mills, Barbara 


39 






Laniewski, Robin 


30 


Matthews, Kelly 


58 


Misenhelder, Jason 


56,59 


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56 


Larson, Gary 


68,71 


Mayfield, Andre 


30 


Missal, Angela 


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Kiger, Jolene 


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sophomores Jamie Smith and Brett Waldman. and freshmen Bobl 


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can't think of six numbers which could win them a million dollars, (by Christy Cunningham) 



74 




Since all Ihc Zctiis have signed his 
sliiri, senior Joe Barki decides to 
teach sophomore Billy McElroy the 
'"Zeta Love Song" so lie can get a 
lew signatures for himself, (by Jixly 
Hiindlexj 



Following coach Jan Forsly's command, the 
volleyball team "dives into the pond like frogs" to 
warm up for a game against Carlow. (by Jody 
Hancllcy) 




Mitch. Anthony 


68 


Ola. Crystal 


9.29.36 


Pratt. Stephen 


56 


Rohr. Aniira 


50 


VIoccio. Daniel 


56 


OUila. Chad 


18.21.39 


Proud. Shannon 


58 


Root. LeAnn 


20.25 


Vloody, Cara 


56.59 


Orendi. Joshua 


58 


Pugh. Robert 


63 


Rosenthal. Danielle 


58 


Vloran. Sarah 


61 


Ostheimer. Mark 


56 


Purich, Edward 


61 


Ross. Kelly 3 


.20.27.39 


Vlorgan, Kenneth 


68.69 


Otani. Natsue 


50 






Rozanski. Gary 


48 


Vloss, Marianne 


50 






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Rumburg. Jonathan 


20 


VIotta, Natalie 


58.78 


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Quader, Errone 


60 


Rund. Brett 


56 


Vlowrey, Milissa 


39 


Pachuta. Paul 


50 


Quinn. Daniel 


44.47 


Rush. Aimee 


47 


Mozingo. Kelly 


58 


Packard. Amy 


18 






Rush. Emily 


3.30 


Vlurdock. Richard 


58 


Palmer. Jacquelyn 


18 


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Rutter. Jayme 


32 


Vlurner. Jenny 


52 


Papini. Christy 


35.38.40 


Rafail. John 


56 


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^yers. Robert 


68 


Parker, Jayme 


38 


Ramirez, Ruby 


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Parrado. Jeffrey 


50 


Randall, Tawny 


30.31 


Saho. A. 


56 


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Parson. Jason 


58 


Rankin, Lisa 


52 


Sampson. Christina 


30.47.70 


Vaylor. April 


55.56 


Parson. Terrance 


61.79 


Rasor, Jason 


50 


Samuel. Shaina 


35.39 


'Baylor. LaRena 


50 


Pauls, Theodore 


68 


Rathbun. David 


5.36 


Sandercox. Robert 


70 


Maylor. Michael 


32 


Paysen. Robert 


68 


Ranch. Sean 


32 


Sanfrey. Janis 


32.35.40 


Neel. Wallace 


68 


Peairs. Crystal 


50 


Rebidue. Elizabeth 


20.23 


Santee. Tamara 


61 


Neeiy. Chatman 


67.68 


Peirce. Sarah 


23 


Redinger. Erik 


46 


Santos. Joel 


30 


Neff. Angela 


58 


Perera. Kurukulasur 


lya 49.53 


Reese. Beth 


20 


Sanyang. Sainey 


48,77 


Nelson. Gary 


62 


Perkins, Shawna 


47 


Reid. Megan 


63 


Sarap. Jennifer 


46.49 


Nelson. Pauline 


68 


Perry, Robert 


62 


Remard. Robert 


62 


Saunders. Fredrick 


20 


Neupauer. Nicholas 


68.71 


Peters, Christian 


62 


Reynolds. Brent 


36 


Savvtarie. Fujiko 


69.70 


Newman. Jeremy 


63 


Peterson, Robert 


56 


Rice. William 


58 


Sawtarie. Majid 


69.70 


Nicholson. Darline 


68 


Phillips. Chad 


52 


Richardson. Ryan 


58 


Schlingmann, Catherine 70 


Noble. Candice 


63 


Phillis. Bridget 


40 


Richey, Kenneth 


21 


Schlingmann. Dirk 


70 


Norman. Steven 


47 


Piasecki. Keith 


43.48 


Riddle. January 


68 


Schmalz. George 


62 






Piatt. Arthur 


58 


Ridge. Heather 


61.62 


Schoenfeldt. Emily 


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Pickana, Timothy 


17.18 


Riesmeyer. Aaron 


32 


Schroeder. Peter 


11 


O'Conner, Brandi 


18 


Piekut. Karen 


32.40 


Riggle. Melanie 


20 


Schroeder. William 


17.22 


O'Kelley. Shawn 


60 


Pierce. Sarah 


20 


Ritter. Denise 


49 


Schultz. Kara 


29.36 


O'Leary. Mary 


30 


Poinan. Kevin 


56 


Rizor. Erin 


62 


Schuster. Heather 


11 


O'Neill. Sean 


44 


Polsinelli. Eugene 


44 


Roberge. Jason 


58 


Scott. Danyel 


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O'Toole, Darren 


23 


Poole. Kelli 


17.20 


Roberts, Jeremiah 


11.63 


Scott. Jill 


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Popa. Nicolette 


44 


Robinson. Jhamal 


48 


Seifarth. Amy 


33.40 


Odom. Joyce 


56 


Potts. Bridget 


44,46 


Rodgers. Jason 


58 


Senay. Jacqueline 


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18 


Powell. Alden 


38.40 


Rodkey. Jennifer 


20 


Shaffer. .Alicia 


62 


Ogg, Neil 


38 


Powers. James 


20 


Rogers. Michael 


15.20 






Ojo. Olufolakemi 


56.59 


Pratt. David 


44 


Rohland. Keri 


48 




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Shaffer. Jack 
Shaffer. Wendy 
Sharma, Priti R. 
Sharma, Ranjana 
Sheposh. Jennifer 
Shetler. Matthew 
Sicchitano, Douglas 
Sidick. James 
Sifrit, Daniel 
Silveira, Christian 
Simpson, David 
Simpson, J. E 
Sims, Rachael 
Sines, P. J. 29 

Sitko, Erin 
Sleeth, Jason 
Smee, Aaron 
Smith, Ayanna 
Smith, Douglas 
Smith. Jamie 
Smith. Joni 
Smith. Milton. 
Smith. Shenda 
Snyder. Steven 
Solomon. Daniel 
Solomon. Jennifer 
Somers, Erika 
Sotirake. Dawn 



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Southworth. Brian 30 

Sovich, Brad 25,50 

Sparks, Micah 36,37,40 

Sperlazza, Jason 60 

Spicer. Nikki 56.63 

Spickard. Daniel 30 

Squire. Aaron 15.22,77 

Sreenivasan. Rekha 33 

St.Onge. Mark 36 

Stanevich. George 56 

Statheros. Vanessa 24 

Stefan. Amy 56.57 

Stephens, Eric 62 

StiUwell, Christopher 39, 
43,47 

Stimpak, Johnna 56 

Stimpson, Jill 24 

Stimpson, Michael 44 

Stoner, Joseph 61 

Street. David 40 

Streete. Kevin 24 

Strickland. Patrick 58 

Strike. Michelle 24 

Strine, Steven 47 

Strommer, Eric 24 

Stroup, Elizabeth 24 

Swartzwelder, John 24 

Sweeting, Jennifer 46 



Buying Herb Weaver's story that he can create art out of flat 
cement, junior Neil Wilson puts the finishing touches on the 
masterpiece that is now Herb's driveway, (by Jon Gordon) 




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Taal, Frankie 
Taal, Pa M. 
Takah, Antonio 
Talarico. Jennifer 
Talley, Jessica 
Tan, Grace 
Taylor, Brian 
Taylor, Janel 
Taylor. John 
Taylor. John R. 

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Taylor. Matthew 
Teets. Melissa 
Thomas, Amy 
Thomas. Tara 
Thompson. Carl 
Thompson. Kristen 
Thompson. Kiistina 
Thompson, T. G. 

Truman, Kelly 
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Turner, Latisha 



Taking advantage of one of the few warm days this spring, freshmen Sarah Ziarko and Francie 
Wiggins try to improve their tans, (by Michelle Strike) 



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63 

50 

19.24 

47 

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58 

56 

52 

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38 

30 

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Valentine, Melissa 47 

Vallance. David 19 

VanBeveran, Rebecca 70 

VanDervoi-i. SaraJT 58 

Vance-Jacobs, Nancy 70 

Varner, Christina 44 

Veach, Rebekah 62 
Vensel. Rebecca 19.37,50,53 

Vetanze, Nicole 46 

Viderman, Melissa 58 

Violi, Teresa 50 

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Wadsworth, Curtis 19,26,39 

Waldman, Brent 52,74 

Walsh, Elizabeth 26 

Warden, Megan 58 

Weaver, Faith 62 

Weaver, Herb 67,70 

Weibe, Matthew 58 

Weir, William 50 

Weishar, Tammi 26 

Weishner, Jacqueline 26 

Welch, Miles 48 

Wells, Elizabeth 26 

Welsh, Niki 5,62 

West, April 60 

Westfall, Angela 47 

Wheatley, Maureen 26 

Whipple, William 65,70 

Whitmoyer, Edward 62 

Wiggins, Francheska 5,56.76 

Wilharm, Aaron 51,52 
Wilhelm, Diane 58,61,63 

Williams, Christopher 44 

Williams, Craig 17,26 

Williams, Florine 71 

Williams, Jennifer 26 

Williams, Lauren 53 

Williams, Marcie 40,41 

Williams, Sherri . 26 

Wilson, Neil 76 

Wilson, Steven 60 

Winter, Robert 47 

Witt, Mary 26 

j Wolfe, Laura 35 

' Wood, Sachiko 70 

Wright, David 35 

Wyman, Gretchin 23,58 



Yahrling, Bradford 26 

Yakunich, Jennifer 32,35 

Yardis, Kara 60 

Yocum, Shannon 58 

Yonnotti, Barbara 63 



FlashBack'94- 




Sharing the most exciting moment during the past four years, junior Aaron Squire, seniors 
Malleh Sallah and David Farmer, coach John Cunningham, freshman Sainey Sanyang, 
sophomore Erik Kroll and junior Shon Meale present their Division III National Champion- 
ship trophy to the Bison fans, (by Kelli Poole) 



Yonover, Michael 
Yoo, Hyo-Jin 
York, Kenneth 

Young, Michelle 
Young, Shedrick 

z 

Zander, Pamela 
Zarnoch, Matthew 
Zarnoch, Michael 



56 Zelewicz, Jamie 

62 Zengel, Donald 

50 Ziarko, Sarah 

44 Zivkovic, Amy 
25,36 



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56 

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60 

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77 



FlashBack ^96 

You've had your chance to flashback to your 
days at Bethany. You laughed at your friends and re- 
lived some of the good times. 

Now, put this book in a safe place, for its true 
value will not appear for years to come. While 
Bethany is an unforgettable place and you've shared 
some unforgettable adventures, the memories will 
begin to fade and this book will be there to help you 
recapture your moments. 

It will also be here to serve as a historical 
record of the role you played in the life of Bethany 
Collese. Just as we have built on the foundation laid 
by the 1896 Meteor staff, the next generation of 
Bethanians will build on what you have left behind. 
What will be the results? Ask your grandchildren or 
come back in a hundred years and find out for 
yourself. 



Eating and studying are about all freshman Natalie Motta has 
time for during the last few weeks of school, {by Heather Ridge) 




Four years in the lab finally pays off for senior 
Kelly Hindman as she clutches her diploma to 
make sure James Allison, professor of math- 
ematics, and John Taylor, professor of english 
emeritus, don't try to take it back, (by Kara 
Scbitltz) 



Arriving weeks early to get a good 
view of graduation, junior Kurt Kinzel 
and sophomores Eric Harvey and 
David Doyle are going to be disap- 
pointed when they learn it's been 
moved into the Hummel Field House. 
{by Michelle Strike) 




78 



FlashBack'95' 




Knowing it's the non-senior version of Homecoming queen, sophomore Jody Handley. 
freshman Cassie Kyrc and sophomore Tracy Hupp scream for joy as sophomore Courtney 
"Carmen Miranda" Davis is crowned queen of the Mardi Gras. (by Kelli Poole) 



SitliiiL' on his throne, junior 
Chas Hamm tells senior Mike 
Zarnoch how he will lead Beta 
to victory in the snow sculpture 
contest during Snow Carni\'al. 
(by Christy Cunnintihanil 





Studying as 
always, freshman 
Jamie Zelewicz 
gets ready for 
another one of 
those pesky 
Origins exams. 
Iby Heather 
Ridge) 



Listening to people shovel stuff all week, fresh- 
man Matt Baker does a little shoveling of his own 
by working on the Alpha Sig volleyball court, (by 
Jennifer Agan) 



Freshman Terrance Parson shares his secrets on 
making an Aladdin burger taste just like it was 
made by Ronald McDonald himself with fellow 
freshman Jenna Ban-, (by Angela Higgins) 



79 



FlashBack '96 




Waving good-bye to her 
first year at Bethany, 
freshman Ruby Ramirez 
smiles her way to the 
future, (by Jon Gordon) 



The moment they have 

waited so long for.. .the 

class of '96 passes through 

Oglebay Gates and takes 

those final steps as 

Bethany College students. 

(by Kara Schultz) 




1996 Bethanian Staff 

Editors 
Allison Babka— Fre^/z/we/j 
Jessica Cunningham— 5e«/or5 
Courtney Davis— //jjgx & Copy 
Sarali Fields— Facm//}' 
Denise '^iitv— Sophomores 
Angie Westfall— iiawor^ 
Photographers 
Jennifer Agan, David Casius, 
Cliristy Cunningham, Denise Doty, 
Alexandra EfroS, Heather Elias, 
Laura Hammett, Jody Handley, 
Angela Higgins, Charhe King, 
Billy McEli-oy, Kathryn McLaren, 
Heather Ridge, Erin Roberts, Kara Schultz 
Ehzabeth Simpson, Michelle Strike, 
Gabe Wells and Jonathan Vogel '95 

FbshBack Photographers 

Tom Bahstreri, Stephen Barbour '94, 
Sarah Clark '96, Karalee Demko '96, 
Michele Gockstetter '94, Lori Lampo, 
Juhe Payne '94, Diana Perez-Buck '95, 
Kelli Poole '96, Ehzabeth Simpson, 
Denyse Smith and Jonathan Vogel '95 

Writers 

Alhson Babka, Sarah Clark, 

Courtney Davis, Brian Hughes, 

Kane Kiester, Shawna Perkins, 

LeAnn Root, Kara Schultz 

and Craig Wihiams 

Thanks to 

Jim Jackson, Deron Nanchuk and 

Janice Bigelow of Josten's, 

Kathleen and Paul's Porti"ait Galleiy and 

Ruth Wesdake of the Bethany College 

Pubhc Information Office 

Special Thanks to 

Jeanne Cobb, Bethany College Archivist— 

the keeper of the memories 



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