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1992 




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Features 14 

People 42 

Sports 100 

Organizations 126 

Greeks 154 

Closing 198 



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Do you remember the time you: 

-went to your first frat party? 

-flunked a major test? 

-slept through class? 

-ran through the sprinklers at 2 am? 

-dodged security carts? 

-played frisbee in the bowl? 

-finally discovered the library? 

-cut through the smoke at Hal & Mai's? 

-signed a petition to save a favorite prof? 

-played pinball in the grill? 



-sat in dull committee meetings? 

-bagged trash for Midtown? 

-lived through cafeteria food and grill grease? 

-stayed up all night typing a paper? 

We've all shared these or at least similar experiences. 

Take a look at a year in the life of Millsaps College. 

See if you can remember all those good and bad 
times from 1992? 




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Let's see: Millsaps Forum, Major Madness, 
Homecoming, plays, Thursday night parties. 
Awards day, Student Symposium, Talent Show . . . 

No one can possibly do it all. But it's all here. 

The campus offers so many different programs 
that entertain and educate students, faculty, par- 
ents, and other visitors to Millsaps. Some events 



feature our personal best, while others utilize the 
community around us as well as nationwide con- 
tributors to the campus. 

Look carefully and as you turn the pages, try to 
remember which events and activities you hurried 
to be a part of and which ones you just may have 
avoided at all costs! 




Features 15 



Homecoming 



Homecoming '91 was the weekend of November 2. 
With the usual football game, activities fair, carnival 
events, and crowning of the queen. 

The game this year was a successful feat against Uni- 
versity of the South with a final score of 20-6 in favor 
of the Majors. 

The queen, Heather Patterson, and her court were 
presented at halftime with the usual ceremony. 



Alumni from near and far crowded the campus to 
check out their old professors, bear the killer heat at 
the game and enjoy good food and fun for their entire 
families at the annual bowl carnival. The little carnival 
included face painting for the young and old, games 
and booths, souvenir stands with t-shirts, mugs, and 
other Millsaps memorabilia, and hamburgers and hot 
dogs for all. 




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Campus News 

Change was a key element of the campus and campus life this year. 

The completion of the renovations to Sullivan-Harrell Hall gave many students a different 
atmosphere for classes and study breaks. The building was finished and formally rededicated with 
a special ceremony that included speeches by President Harmon and those who helped to fund 
the renovation process. 

Also a new look was added to the Acy's Place — the campus grill — with the installation of 
pinball machines and video games. Students now have another way to make study breaks more 
relaxing and pass the time during lunch and dinner hours. Game machines were also added in 
the lobbies of many of the residence halls. The grill introduced a second change or addition. 
The popular beverage Clearly Canadian, a sparkling mineral water drink, spiced up the grill menu. 

The campuswide computer system was upgraded over the Christmas holidays, making it more 
compatible with systems on other campuses. 

Crime on campus seemed to be on the uprise this year. Incidents of assault and theft were 
reported on numerous occasions, as well as the tragic rape of one student. 

The student body also got involved in the politics of the election year. Presidential candidate 
Paul Tsongas was represented on campus along with Governor Bill Clinton. Former Mississippi 
Governor William Winters spoke on campus as a member of Clinton's campaign. 




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broader view of how being a part of this organization has 
influenced her life. Ogden, as Vice President of Feature Produc- 
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the studio. She has worked on several motion pictures, includ- 
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Talent Show 



Songwriters! 
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Costumes! 



Lip-Synching! 
Major Madness! 



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student Wellness Fair 



The Millsaps Health and Wellness Fair was held in 
Vlarch. 

Several organizations set up booths outside and 
nside the student center. Booths included the Kap- 
3a Alpha donation and information booth to benefit 
Vluscular Dystrophy, the Lambda Chi Alpha booth 
or March of Dimes, a Kappa Sigma condom dart 
Doard (with a healthful tip inside each condom bal- 
oon for those lucky enough to make their target), 



and tasty, but nutritious wellness cookies from Stu- 
dent Affairs and the Black Student Association. Chi 
Omega sponsored a blood drive with United Blood 
Services of Jackson. Other booths were from Gold's 
Gym, the Rainbow Co-op, St. Dominicks', and Jane 
Stanton — "The Sex Lady". 

The purpose of the fair was to promote the con- 
cept of mental and physical wellness among college 
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We paint. 

We sew. 

We fight. 

We cry. 

We sing. 

We kiss passionately in public. 

We work. 

And we work. 

We bow and our eyes glow with pride. 



We are the Millsaps Players 



The Players' 68th season opened with Heaven Can 
Wait, a lively comedy about life, death, and love. 
Doug Mitchell played a boxer whose soul takes over 
the body of a sleazy businessman, to the chagrin of 
the murderous wife (Wendy Henderson) and the 
delight of lovely young Bette Logan (Amy Lewis). Da- 
vid Coates gave a sparkling performance as Max Lev- 
ene, the boxer's manager. 

Neil Simon's Barefoot in the Park tells the touching 
and joyful story of young and mature relationships. 
Katherine D'Armond and David Marrow, Shannon 
O'Shields and Andrew McWhorter, illustrated the 
flowering of two very different, but strangely similar 



relationships. 

The Players opened second semester with The 
Heiress, a grim tragedy of disillusionment and mis- 
understanding based on Henry James' Washington 
Square. Martha Barron Bishop starred as a rich but 
awkward young woman caught between the heavy 
hand of her father (Doug Mitchell) and the dubious 
promises of a handsome young suitor (Vere Jehl). 

The season closed with a celebration of the Players' 
many year anniversary. The Infernal Machine, a mod- 
ern version of the Oedipus saga, was produced for 
the Players' reunion celebration. Vere Jehl starred as 
the tormented hero, Oedipus. 







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People 



SAY CHEESE! 

Everyone's favorite part of the yearbook — the 
people section! 

"Uhh, that can't be me!" 

"Did his hair look that bad all year?" 

"Next year I'm going to steal my photo from the 
yearbook staff!" 

Any of these comments sound familiar? 

Well, flip the pages and check out your worst 
nightmare! 




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President George Harmon 




46 People 




Vice President 
Don Strickland 



Dean 
Robert King 




People 47 




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John Q. Adams — Political Science 



Theodore Ammon — Philosophy J 



Sarah Armstrong — Biology 



Roy Berry — Chemistry 



George Bey — Sociology 



Allen Bishop — Computer Studies 



Stephen Black — Psychology 



David Blix — Religion 



Bill Brister — Management 




48 People 




Carl Brooking — Management 



Virginia Buzhardt — Modern Lan- 
guages 



Eugene Cain — Chemistry 



Claudine Chadeyras — Modern Lan- 
guages 



Cheryl Coker — Music 



Timothy Coker — Music 



Gayla Dance — Mathematics 



David Davis — History 



Patrick Delana — History 




People 49 



Anita Dottes — Sociology 



Kathleen Drude — Mathematics 



Mary Edge — Phys. Education 



Cloyd Ezeli — Computer Studies 



George Ezell — Chemistry 



Priscilla Fermon — Modern Languages 



Jeanne Forsythe — Education 



Catherine Freis — Classics 



Delbert Gann — Geology 




50 People 





Lance Goss — Theatre 



Martha Goss — Mathematics 



Ray Grubbs — Management 



Walt Johnson — Theatre 



Elizabeth Jones — English 



Robert Kahn — Modern Languages 



Asif Khandker — Physics 



T.W. Lewis — Religion 



Mark Lynch — Mathematics 



People 51 



Anne MacMaster — English 



Karl Markgraf — Modern Languages 



Suzanne Marrs — English 



Robert McCarley — Computer Studies 



Robert McElvaine — History 



James McKeown — Biology 



David Mercer — Geology 



David Miller — English 



Lucy Millsaps — Art 




52 People 




Michael Mitias — Philosophy 



James Montgomery — Phys. Education 



Robert Nevins — Biology 



Ben Nichols — Physics 



Iren Omo-Bare — Political Science 



Judith Page — English 



Hugh Parker — Management 



Francis Polanski — Music 



Oscar Pruet — Physics 



People 53 



Jimmie Purser — Computer Studies 



Robert Quinn — Modern Languages 



Edward Ryan — Management 



Charles Sallis — History 



Harrylyn Sallis — Adult Learning 



Allen Scarboro — Sociology 



Connie Schimmel — Education 



Elise Emith — Art 



Jonathan Sweat — Music 





Patrick Taylor — Management 



Cammy Thomas — English 



Edward Venator — Psychology 



Peter Ward — Management 



* Steve Wells — Management 



Johnnie-Marie Whitfield — Chemistry 



Jerry Whitt — Management 



Sue Whitt — Management 



Austin Wilson — English 



Student Affairs 




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Vice-President 
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People 59 




Dean Jack Woodward 



60 People 




Assoc. Dean 
Robert Shive 



People 61 





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Who*$ Who 





Phyllis Bardoe 



Shawn Barrick 




Walter Bower 




Laura Christopher 




66 People 





Julie Coy 



Jennifer Davis 





Jessica Deffes 



Kimberly Doom 



People 67 





Norman Downey 



Rachel Furner 





Nancy Garrett 



April Grayson 



68 People 





Suzanne Gueydan 



Eric Hamer 





David Harrison 



Jennifer Horn 



People 69 




Ann Hutchinson 



Malen Jones 





Felicia Lee 



Lee Montgomery 



70 People 





Mary K. Montgomery 



Mary L. Montgomery 





Julianne Morris 



Lisa Parker 




People 71 





Amie Peele 



James Roberts 





Jennifer Roberts 



Jana Rose 



72 People 





Luke Schissel 



Kay Stringfellow 





Melinda Wiggins 



Lisa Wright 




People 73 



Who^s Who 




Susan Averritt 



74 People 




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Taryn Bennett 




John Hendrix 



People 75 




76 People 




People 77 



Aimee Abide, Sr 

Kelly Abney, Fr 

Kevin Adams, So 

Aki Kerim Akkoyunlu, MBA 

Dee Alexander, Fr 



Quoeda Alexander, Fr 

Jason Alexis, ]r 

Andrea Alfonso, )r 

Lynn Allen, ADP 

Warwick Alley, Sr 



Rachel Allgood, Fr 

Jennifer Alston, Fr 

Julie Anderson, Jr 

Kjersten Anderson, Sr 

Joe Andrews, Sr 



Tim Anger, Fr 

David Armistead, So 

John Armstrong, Sr 

Bardley Atkinson, Fr 

Susan Averitt, Sr 



Russ Bagby, Fr 

Rosanne Bahadur, Fr 

Al Bailey, Jr 

Keith Bales, Sr 

Blake Balzi, So 



Gina Baraldi, Sr 

Christie Barbee, Fr 

Phyllis Bardoe, Sr 

Winston Barham, Fr 

Brian Barnett, Jr 



Katherine Barnett, Jr 

Paul Barnett, Sr 

Craig Barnwell, Fr 

Jane Barnwell, Fr 

Edward Barousse, Fr 




78 People 




Shawn Barrick, Sr 
Buddy Bass, Sr 
Alice Batton, Jr 
Laura Baxter, So 
Jennifer Seal, Fr 



Christopher Beck, Fr 
Kathryn Beck, Sr 
Chris Beckman, Sr 
Anthony Bell, So 
Mary Bennett, Jr 



Jennifer Berard, Fr 
Cheri Bergeron, Fr 
Jennifer Biard, Fr 
Keener Billips, Jr 
Andrew Bingham, Fr 



Steve Bingham, Gr 
Patrick Birmingham, Sr 
Bill Bishoff, Jr 
Martha Bishop, Fr 
Dameron Black, Sr 



Elizabeth Black, Jr 
John Blackwell, Sr 
Alice Blaylock, Fr 
Michael Bludworth, Fr 
Polly Bobo, So 



Joanna Boersma, So 
Kathryn Bond, Fr 
Angela Booth, So 
Trey Bower, Sr 
Jacintha Bowser, Jr 



Robert Bradford, Jr 
Earlhagi Bradley, Fr 
Alex Bradshaw, Sr 
Neal Breakfield, So 
Sean Brewer, Jr 



People 79 



Lea Brigham, So 

Rana Brock, Fr 

Lee Brooks, So 

Steve Broome, Sr 

Cheryl Brown, Sr 



Christy Brown, So 

Clare Brown, Fr 

David Brown, Sr 

Rebecca Brown, Fr 

Vonda Brown, ADP 



Leneatra Brownlee, Fr 

Becky Brumberger, )r 

Tom Brumfield, So 

Herschel Brunner, Sr 

April Buckner, Sr 



Rob Buettner, Fr 

Mary )o Bullock, Jr 

Lia Bunch, Sr 

Elizabeth Burch, Jr 

Anna Burdette, So 



Jim Busch, jr 

Tracy Butchee, Sr 

Emily Byrd, So 

Marty Caldwell, Sr 

Dan Campbell, Jr 



John Campbell, Sr 

John Carlton, Fr 

Diane Carney, Fr 

Laurie Carpenter, So 

Ted Carter, Jr 



Michael Casano, Sr 

Teresa Cashion, ADP 

Sylvia Catchings, ADP 

Amanda Cauther, Fr 

James Cazier, Fr 




80 People 




Eric Chang, Fr 
Clayton Chapman, So 
Dorothy Chatman, ADP 
Alan Chiemprabha, So 
Laura Christopher, Sr 



Rae Ellen Chumley, ]r 
Carolyn Clark, Jr 
Cynthia Clark, Sr 
Jack Clark, So 
Jennifer Clark, Fr 



Monique Clark, Fr 
Steve Clark, Jr 
Melissa Cleary, Sr 
Chrissy Coker, Sr 
JJ Coker, Jr 



Kacky Cole, Fr 
Erika Coleman, Sr 
Tara Collins, So 
Melissa Cooke, Fr 
James Connolly, Fr 



Frank Colvett, Sr 
Rossie Cotton, So 
Stephanie Cox, Jr 
Katherine Crawford, Fr 
Shawn Croft, Sr 



Margaret Cross, Fr 
Alison Croswell, Fr 
Missy Crouch, Fr 
Bill Crowder, Fr 
Emily Crowe, Fr 



Robert Crowe, Sr 
Thomas Crowson, Jr 
Sydney Cumbest, Jr 
Kevin Cupit, So 
Rory Daigle, Sr 



People 81 



Steve Dalferes, Fr 

Charles Danner, Fr 

Amy David, So 

Nichole Davidson, Fr 

Barbara Davis, Fr 



Courtney Davis, Jr 

F^ilary Davis, So 

Jennifer Davis, Sr 

Andrew Day, Sr 

Wilson Day, Sr 



Brandie Dean, Fr 

Jennifer Dean, Sr 

Susan Dean, Fr 

Timothy Dear, So 

Charles Deaton, Sr 



John Dees, Fr 

Loretta Defoe, ADP 

Nicole Deloach, Sr 

Jamie Devall, Fr 

Bradley Dew, Jr 



Corey Diaz, Jr 

Charlie Diel, Fr 

Jane Dingus, Fr 

Cindy Doiron, Jr 

John Donoghue, Fr 



Kimberley Doom, Sr 

Russell Dorris, ADP 

Jennifer Dorsey, So 

Kevin Doston, Jr 

Kevin Douglas, Sr 



Ron Downey, Sr 
Jessica Doyle, So 
Aimee Drott, So 
Rick Dubose, Jr 
Ravi Duggirala, Jr 




82 People 




Chad Duncan, Fr 
Patrick Dunn, Jr 
Elizabeth Durden, So 
Thane Dusek, Fr 
Dusty Dyer, Fr 



Virginia Dyer, Sr 
Derek Dyess, Fr 
Conrad Ebner, Sr 
Allison Edwards, Sr 
Carole Edwards, Jr 



Charles Edwards, Fr 
Karyn Eicke, Fr 
Melissa Elliott, Fr 
John Ellis, Sr 
Tara Ellis, Jr 



Millicent Emmert, Fr 
Richard Eskrigge, Jr 
Duane Evans, Fr 
Nin Evans, Fr 
John Evers, Jr 



Drew Eversberg, Sr 
Amanda Fairbank, Sr 
John Farrell, Fr 
Geoffrey Farso, Jr 
David Felder, Jr 



John Finnan, Fr 
Leslie Flint, Fr 
Chris Floyd, Fr 
Michael Foley, So 
Nikki Fontenot, So 



Amy Ford, Fr 
Jennifer Ford, Jr 
Judy Ford, Fr 
John Forrest, Jr 
Tamra Fortenberry, Jr 



People 83 



James Foster, So 

Todd Fountain, Fr 

loshua Fowler, So 

Deedra Foxworth, )r 

Davis Frye, So 



Sarah Fulgham, ]r 

Reese Fuller, Fr 

Mike Fuquay, Jr 

Rachel Furner, Sr 

Angela Cafford, Jr 



Juliet Gale, Jr 

Bert Gardner, So 

Eric Garner, Fr 

Paul Garrett, Jr 

Anne Garrison, Fr 



Dabney Garrison, Fr 

Allison Gay, Fr 

Cora Gee, Fr 

Louisa Gee, So 

Shawn Gentry, Sr 



Donna Germany, ADP 

Vivian Gibson, ADP 

Kristie Giglio, Jr 

Todd Glisson, Sr 

Hazel Gomez, So 



Patricia Gouveia, So 

Elizabeth Gowen, Sr 

Kevin Grace, Fr 

Hunter Graham, Fr 

Laela Graham, Jr 



Alison Grande, So 

Richard Grant, Fr 

Jonnell Graves, ADP 

Joshua Gray, So 

April Grayson, Sr 




84 People 




Stephen Greenleaf, Fr 
Thomas Greenlee, Jr 
Chris Greer, Jr 
Ruth Greer, ADP 
Rob Gregory, Sr 



Mike Griffith, Jr 
Jennifer Grubbs, Fr 
Lora Guerriero, Jr 
Suzanne Gueydan, Sr 
Annie Guider, ADP 



Sherry Guynes, Jr 
Catherine Habeeb, Jr 
Melissa Haddad, MBA 
Will Hall, So 
Pete Halverson, Jr 



Eric FHamer, Sr 
LeeAnne Hamilton, Fr 
Jonathan Hancock, Jr 
Ben Hand, Jr 
Jennifer Hanks, Jr 



Katy Harpole, So 
Mary Robin Harris, So 
David Harrison, Sr 
Donnis Harrison, Jr 
Lisa Harrison, So 



Tarance Hart, So 
Laura Hartness, Fr 
Angle Harton, Jr 
Anna Harvel, Sr 
Richard Harvey, Sr 



Ashley Hasselman, Fr 
Barbie Haun, Fr 
Holland Haverty, So 
Russ Hawkins, Fr 
Kate Hawthorne, So 



People 85 



Tommy Hayes, Sr 

Elizabeth Hearn, Sr 

Jeff Heath, So 

Laurissa Henderson, Sr 

Wendy Henderson, Fr 



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lie Henderson, Sr 

)ohn Hendrix, Sr 

Brien Henry, So 

Chris Herron, Fr 

Beth Hewitt, So 



Melissa Hill, So 

Deborah Hillman, )r 

Herbert Hines, Sr 

Lisa Hobson, Jr 

Pat Hodo, Sr 



John Hoggett, Sr 

Clay Holland, Jr 

Benny Holliday, Fr 

Karen Hollingsworth, Jr 

John Holloway, Fr 



Drew Holmes, Fr 

Jennifer Honeycutt, Fr 

Lisa Honn, Fr 

Kira Honse, Jr 

Michael Hooper, So 



Jennifer Horn, Sr 

Paul Hough, Fr 

Dawn Hovas, Fr 

Trey Howard, Fr 

Jonathan Huber, So 



Clay Hudson, Sr 

LaDona Hughes, Fr 

Ann Hutchinson, Sr 

Brandi Jackson, So 

Eric James, MBA 




86 People 




Kimball James, Jr 
DeVere Jehl, Sr 
Jennifer Jen, Fr 
Janell Jeter, So 
Paul Jeter, Sr 



Allen Johnson, Jr 
Amy Johnson, So 
Edward Jordan, Jr 
Dianna Jue, So 
Isabel Kalil, Fr 



Kim Kalkitis, Sr 
Kim Kanary, Fr 
Danny Karnicki, Fr 
Susan Kasperbauer, Fr 
Chris Kees, So 



David Kergosten, So . 
Kelly Kirby, So 
Karen Koons, Jr 
Scott Kuse, Jr 
Brent Lafitte, So 



Sara Laird, Fr 
Daphne Lancaster, Jr 
Nina Lancaster, Jr 
Alan Lange, Jr 
Aaron Lasker, Fr 



Claralesa Latham, Fr 
Shelley LeBlanc, Sr 
Ginny Ledbetter, So 
Jason Ledbetter, So 
Jimmy Ledge, Fr 



Felicia Lee, Sr 
Jacinto Lee, Fr 
Joseph Lee, Sr 
Luther Lee, Jr 
Laurie Lefoldt, Fr 



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People 87 



Sam Leonard, ADP 

Barbara Levy, ADP 

Amy Lewis, Fr 

Henry L'Hoste, Fr 

)enny Lindner, So 



Liz Lindsey, So 

Scott Lindsey, So 

Banks Link, Sr 

Lisa Lishman, Jr 

Brad Little, So 



John Lobo, Sr 

Felicia Lofton, Fr 

Clancy Logan, So 

Charles Logg, ADP 

Bobby Long, Sr 



Mary Long, Fr 

Will Longwitz, Fr 

Mike Lorenzen, Fr 

Shelton Lott, Fr 

Ellen Luckett, Fr 



Steven Lumpkin, Fr 

Phillip Magnes, Fr 

Jeanne Marino, jr 

Jennifer Mark, So 

Bill Martin, Fr 



Melissa Massey, Fr 

Megbe Mathes, So 

Dennis Mazingo, Fr 

Jennifer McCormick, So 

Rowan McCormick, Fr 



Scott McCrory, Jr 

Hugh McDonald, Jr 

Jeff McDonald, Fr 

Cassandra McCee, So 

Dorian Mclntyre, ADP 




88 People 




Rebekah McKeown, Jr 
Nate Mckie, Sr 
Jason McMillian, Fr 
Andrew McWhorter, )r 
Molly McWhorter, Sr 



Jennifer Meadows, Sr 
Murray Meadows, Sr 
Anderson Mehrle, Jr 
Kerk Mehrle, So 
John Mercer, Fr 



Thomas Metcalfe, ADP 
April Meyers, Fr 
Daniel Meyers, Jr 
Ebby Meyers, Jr 
Mark Michalovic, Jr 



Joan Mickens, MBA 
George Mihas, Fr 
Michelle Milam, Fr 
Vanessa Miller, Sr 
Chris Mills, Fr 



Chris Minshew, So 
Heather Minton, Fr 
Dawn Minyard, Jr 
Douglas Mitchell, Sr 
Mack Mitchell, Jr 



Beau Mixon, So 
Lucy Molinaro, So 
Lee Montgomery, Sr 
Mary Montgomery, Sr 
Mary L. Montgomery, Sr 



Meredith Montgomery, Jr 
Jonathan Moore, Fr 
Romeo Moore, So 
Shellie Moore, Fr 
David Morgan, Sr 



People 89 



lulianne Morris, Sr 

Sammy Morris, )r 

Hollidae Morrison, ]r 

David Morrow, Fr 

Albert Mosley, Fr 



)oann Mulligan, Ir 
Anna Mulvihill, Fr 

Raymond Murph, Jr 
Kendal Murphy, Fr 

Clyde Musgrave, So 



Julie Myers, Fr 

Mary Nail, Fr 

Alice Neal, ADP 

Elizabeth Needelman, ADP 

Jon Neff, Jr 



Susan Neiser, Fr 

Chris Nelson, Fr 

Forrest Nesbilt, Fr 

Robert Newman, Fr 

FHunt Nichols, Sr 



Mary Nichols, Jr 

Nicole Nichols, Fr 

Kyle Nickander, ADP 

Tiffany Nolden, SO 

Shawn O'Brien, jr 



Maston O'Neal, So 

Shannon O'Shields, Jr 

Parish Oliver, Fr 

Joe Orlando, Jr 

Anne Osborne, So 



Luther Ott, Jr 

Trey Ourso, Sr 

Sarah Overman, So 

Lara Overton, Jr 

Ben Owen, Fr 




90 People 




Margaret Oxiey, Fr 
Kimberly Pace, Sr 
Billy Painter, Sr 
Bowden Palmer, Jr 
Collin Parenton, Fr 



Jennifer Parson, Sr 
Louise Parsons, Fr 
Heather Patterson, Sr 
Brian Payne, Sr 
Miles Payne, Fr 



Kelley Peace, Sr 
Amie Peele, Sr 
Reed Pendleton, Sr 
Rhett Perkins, So 
Stacey Perkins, Sr 



Susan Perry, Sr 
Scott Peterson, Fr 
David Petley, Sr 
Mark Phillippi, Fr 
Lea Pickard, Fr 



Katherine Pigott, Sr 
Mary Pitts, Fr 
Virginia Planchon, So 
Georgia Plomarity, Sr 
Lynn Pohl, Fr 



Katelyn Poovey, Fr 
Margaret Potter, Jr 
Patrick Powell, Fr 
Laurie Pownall, So 
Jim Prescott, Sr 



Kacy Presley, Fr 
Joshua Priola, Jr 
Jennie Pritchard, Fr 
Ann Purvis, Sr 
Reema Rafii 



People 91 



Robert Ragland, So 

Laurel Ramsey, So 

James Randall, So 

Ann Rankin, So 

Wayne Rankin, ADP 



Charles Ray, Sr 

Doug Redman, Fr 

Elizabeth Reed.Jr 

Amy Reid, Jr 

Jennifer Reid, Fr 



Ben Rester, Sr 

Jennifer Reynolds, Fr 

Jerae Rice, Sr 

Kristi Richardson, ]r 

Missy Richey, jr 



Marty Risley, Fr 

Charles Robb, Fr 

Steele Robbins, So 

Martha Roberson, So 

Allen Roberts, Sr 



Dabney Roberts, So 
Jennifer Roberts, Sr 
Melanie Roberts, Fr 
Stan Roberts, So 
William Roberts, Fr 



Amy Robertson, Sr 

Jerry Robinson, Jr 

Phil Robinson, So 

Saundra Robinson, Fr 

Kathy Rodgers, So 



Joey Rogers, Sr 

Jana Rose, Sr 

John Rosenblath 

Jennifer Rowe, Sr 

Jennifer Runnels, So 




92 People 




Ben Salers, Sr 
Burl Salmon, ]r 
Danny Sanders, Sr 
Deana Sanders, Sr 
William Sanders, Sr 



Kim Sands, Fr 
Amanda Savage, Sr 
Ballard Scearle, Jr 
Jenni Scherer, Jr 
Charlotte Schmitt, Fr 



Hans Schneider, Jr 
Betsy Schonberger, Sr 
Garrick Schott, Fr 
Tom Schweers, Fr 
Cabrielle Sciortino, Fr 



Kenyatta Scott, Sr 
Natalie Scott, Fr 
Monte Sernel, So 
Charles Sessions, So 
Jason Sharp, So 



Allen Sheely, Fr 
Jennifer Sheffield, Jr 
Torrance Shelton, Sr 
Gen Shepherd, Fr 
Claudia Shibuta, Jr 



Caria Shirley, Fr 
Allyson Shive, Fr 
Fleather Shows, Fr 
Michelle Sides, Sr 
Christy Sigman, So 



Jenness Simler, Fr 
Jen Simmons, Jr 
Lance Simmons, Fr 
Jose Simo, So 
Clint Simpson, Fr 



People 93 



Amy Slalinsky, F 

Jennifer Slay, F 

Mary Sloan, Fi 

Monica Slocum, F 

Adrian Smith, F 



Matt Smith, )r 

Takita Smith, Fr 

Mary Sneed, ADP 

William Snow, Sr 

Michele Soho, So 



Sonja Soize, Jr 

Amarasri Songcharoen, Fr 

Tolga Solzen, So 

Brad Spenser, Fr 

Rachel Spiller, Jr 



Cynthia Sprabery, Fr 

Chris Stant, So 

Sarah Stanton, Fr 

Katina Steele, Fr 

Gretchen Steen, Fr 



Chad Stewart, So 

Molly Stewart, Fr 

Laura Stockett, So 

Jay Stockwell, Fr 

Lisa Stolzenthaler, Jr 



Dominick Stratas, Sr 

Tabb Stringer, Sr 

Kay Stringfellow, Sr 

Tracy Stroth, Sr 

Chris Stuart, Fr 



Amy Stubbs, Sr 

Buffy Stultz, Fr 

John Sturdivant, Sr 

Brian Stutzman, Fr 

Connie Suber, ADP 




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Cigi Sullivan, ADP 
Jim Sutherland, So 
Todd Sutherland, ]r 
John Sweeney, So 
Catherine Taylor, Sr 



Thomas Temple, Fr 
Brannon Thornton, Jr 
Matt Tilley, Fr 
Lesley Tolar, Sr 
Rebecca Trautman, Jr 



Ellen Treadway, Fr 
Linda Trippeter, Fr 
Elaine Trotter, Fr 
Jack Turner, Jr 
Margaret Turner, Jr 



Jeff Turnipseed, Jr 
Shelli Tuten, Jr 
Chinh Van, So 
Michael Vanderlick, So 
Adriana Velez, So 



Alicia Vial, Jr 
Jennifer Vickery, Fr 
Angela Vignery, Jr 
Mary Voehringer, Jr 
John Wacaster, Fr 



Jennifer Waguespack- 
Labiche, So 
David Waibel, Fr 
Ali Waid, Fr 
Chet Walker, Fr 
Chris Walker, Fr 



Jennifer Wallace, Jr 
Julie Wallace, Jr 
Kim Wallace, Fr 
Jason Ward, Fr 
Stephanie Warmbrod, Jr 



People 95 



Kory Warr, Fr 

Brian Warren, Fr 

Jody Warren, Fr 

Kim Warren, Sr 

LeeAnne Waskom, Jr 



Erica Watkins, Fr 

Billy Watson, So 

Bobby Watson, Fr 

Neville Webb, So 

Dee Weems, So 



Jodi Welch, So 

Cheryl Wells, Jr 

Thomas West, Fr 

Parker Wheatley, Jr 

Amy White, Fr 



Cass White, Sr 

Charles White, Sr 

Hope White, Jr 

Teresa White, So 

Robert Whiteside, Jr 



Heather Whitington, Fr 

Matthew Whittington, Jr 

Vicki Wicks, Jr 

Melinda Wiggins, Sr 

Tad Wilkes, So 



Angela Williams, So 

Brian Williams, Sr 

Kim Williams, Fr 

Linda Williams, ADP 

Matthew Williams, Fr 



Robert Williams, Fr 

Scott Williams, So 

Laurel Williamson, Fr 

Shawn Williamson, So 

Suzanne Willis, Fr 




36 People 




Brent Wilson, So 
Kerry Wilson, Fr 
Melissa Windham, ]r 
Julie Winkelmann, Sr 
Joyce Wise, Sr 



Heidi Wood, Sr 
Leslie Wood, ADP 
Phillip Workman, So 
Lisa Wright, Sr 
Suzanne Wright, Fr 



Thomas Yates, So 
Aileen Yelle, Jr 
Neal Zeber, Fr 




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Sports 



The glory of victory, the agony of defeat! 

It's not who wins that counts but how you play the game. 

Okay, enough cliches! 

The bottom line: 

Some teams had good seasons; others didn't. But every 
athlete worked long hard hours in preparation and play. 
They obviously enjoy the sport to continue year after 
year or to join a team upon entering college. Sports is 
an integral part of campus life. It gives us something and 
someone to root for between the humdrum of classes 
and the other activities on campus. There are the serious 
jocks and some others who just want to show off a little 
in intramurals. 

Our hats go off to all Majors and the time and sweat they 
devote to teamwork! 




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14-6 
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Emory 


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Rhodes 


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Parks 


3-4 


Maryville 


1-4 


Webster 


1-0 


Hendrix 


4-3 


Trinity 


0-2 


Univ. of South. MS 


0-4 


Hinds Jr. 


2-1 


Richland Comm. 


3-4 


Oglethorpe 


1-3 


Savannah 


4-1 


Univ. of the South 


2-0 




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1-3 


Tulane 


1-2 


Principia 


1-0 


Hendrix 


9-0 


Trinity 


0-3 


Tulane 


3-2 


Rhodes 


0-1 


William Carey 


0-2 


Oglethorpe 


5-0 


LaCrange 


5-2 


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Men^s Basketball 



LSU-Shreveport 69-81 

Southwestern 72-52 

Principia 105-52 

Maryville 89-62 

Westminster 74-86 

LSU-Shreveport 79-66 

Maryville 78-61 

Ripon 67-61 

Principia 71-59 

Centre 81-101 

U. of the South 74-66 

Rhodes 62-77 

LeTourneau 77-36 

LSU-Shreveport 77-36 

Fisk 77-94 

U. of the South 85-62 

Loyola 92-51 

Centre 74-76 

Oglethorpe 71-62 

LeTourneau 83-56 

Trinity 87-85 

Rhodes 70-75 

Fisk 90-82 

Southwestern 56-71 

Trinity 83-97 

Oglethorpe 70-71 



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Emory 


79-59 


Rust 


62-60 


Stillman 


81-34 


Maryville 


67-42 


Spring Hil 


71-74 


Judson 


76-63 


Webster 


67-33 


Principia 


90-52 


Centre 


57-78 


Fisk 


100-28 


Rhodes 


72-55 


Judson 


75-71 


Fisk 


57-27 


Univ. of the South 


78-51 


Oglethorpe 


79-45 


Trinity 


84-58 


Rhodes 


62-70 


Univ. of the South 


71-46 


Centre 


69-58 


Southwestern 


73-61 


Trinity 


72-59 


Oglethorpe 


88-52 




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Millsaps vs. Trinity 


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Golf SCAC 


Champi 


onships 


Mlllsaps 


320-310-630 


Centre 


323-330-653 


Trinity 


350-358-708 


Rhodes 


318-315-633 


Sewanee 


339-341-680 


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Matt Preston 
Ben McCormick 
Greg Maloney 
Chris Moore 


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126 Organizations 



Organizations 



Plans go into action to take our minds off studying and 
8 am classes. 
Administration checks the budget. 
SBA spreads it around. 
Each organization starts working: 

"Let's have a party." 

"No, we should have a fundraiser." 

"I say we donate to charity." 

"No way. We should . . . 
The discussions rage on. The possible results? 
Take a peep at what some organizations decided to do 




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AJma Mater, Dear Old Millsaps 

loyal ones are we. 
Our fond hearts are thine alone 

and evermore shall be. 



Proud art thou in classic beauty, 

of thy noble past. 
With thy watchword Honor, Ehity, 

thy high fame shall last. 

Every Student, man and woman 
swell the glad refrain. - 

TiU the breezes, music laden, 
waft it back again. 




129 



Adult Student 
Association 




President — Teresa Cashion 



I Vice-President — Tom Metcalfe 
Secretary — Joyce Wise 




130 Organizations 





Organizations 131 



Black Student 
Association 



The Black Student Associa- 
tion seeks to improve the so- 
cial and academic atmosphere 
at Millsaps, as well as to stim- 
ulate awareness of issues per- 
tinent to minorities on campus 
and nationwide. BSA sponsors 
Black History Month, Cultural 
Awareness week, Major Mad- 
ness step show, and other 
events each year. Active mem- 
bership is open to all interest- 
ed students. 

Members include: 




Timothy Howard 
Apollos Lewis 
LaTonya Lewis 
Robin Magee 
Cassandra McCee 
Vanessa Miller 
Romeo Moore 
Jalilah Muhammad 
Tiffany Noiden 
Lesley Range 
Hope White 
Anthony Willis 




132 Organizations 



Campus Ministry 

Team 




Campus Ministry Team is an ecumenical or- 
ganization which brings together students, fac- 
ulty, and administration in Christian fellowship. 
This year CMT sponsored Friday forums and 
workshops. CMT also sponsored an ice cream 
social and brought numerous performers and 
speakers to the campus including Eddie Spen- 



cer. The task groups that comprise CMT have 
organized activities such as Fun and Fellowship, 
rallies for environmental causes, and Un-Food 
drive, and chapel services every Thursday. The 
Midtown project was also continued this year 
and a special food and unfood drive was held 
for the people of the new Soviet republics. 




Organizations 133 



Kim Ambrosino 
Shawn Barrick 
Chris Beck 
Joanna Boersma 
Sonya Bowser 
Leslie Boykins 
Hagi Bradley 
Elizabeth Burch 
Amy David 
Aimee Drott 
Bud Duncan 
Allison Edwards 
Nancy Garrett 



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Jimmy Gree 
Jen Honeycutt 
Edie King 
Jeanne Marino 
April Meyers 
Michelle Milan 
Mimi Mitchell 
Meredith Montgomery 
Kristi Newton 
Brett Odom 
Shannon O'Shields 
Sarah Overman 
Laura Parkman 




Mary Pitts 
Lynn Pohl 
Haley Rainer 
Ben Saiers 
Gen Shepherd 
Jen Simmons 
Sonja Soize 
Sondra Storey 
Adriana Velez 
Jennifer Vickery 
Angela Vignery 
Lisa Wright 





Circle K international Service Organization encourages members to serve the community altruistically. 
It promotes good will, friendship, and leadership. This year we worked hard with the Big Brother/Big 
Sister "Duck Race" with the Ronald McDonald House, and with the Salvation Army and our sponsor 
club, the Capitol City Kiwanis Club. This year Millsaps was proud of its chapter; Leslie Boykins and Angela 
Vignery received 2 of 4 district scholarships, and Lisa Wright was inducted into the Society of Distin- 
guished Collegians. From District Convention in Baton Rouge to the Kiwanis Pancake Day, and from the 
SuperCities Walk to singing Christmas songs in April, we have fun in all we do. 




134 Organizations 





Organizations 135 





136 Organizations 



Eta Sigma Phi 




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Sean Michaels 
Jennifer Buettner 
Beth Bozeman 
Patsy Roicks 
Aileen Yelle 
Jennifer Blair 



Maureen Acree 

Trey Bower 

Jenny Sandlin 

Laura Siavin 

Teresa Cashion (president) 

Katherine Pigott 

Dr. Catherine Freis (advisor) 

Paul Jeter 




Organizations 137 



French Club 




Interest in the culture of the French-speaking world has increased because of the French Club's many 
activities. The highlights of this past year include a movie, a dinner at Cafe Creole and a Mardi Gras 
party. 



Members include: 
Lisa Bean 
Elizabeth Black 
Kathryn Bond 
Sarah Crisier 
Sam Ferrel 
Laird Foret 
Sophia Fuimer 
Anne Walton Garrison 
Laela Graham 
Kate Hawthorne 
Clay Holland 
Jennifer Horn 
Angel Lewis 
Robert Lutton 
Molly Nichols 
Lesley Range 
Laura Stockett 
Angela Vignery 
Parker Wheatley 
Melissa Windham 




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Habitat for Humanity 



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Habitat for Humanity is an ecu- 
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tion that works with people in need 
to improve the conditions in which 
they are forced to live. "Building in 
Partnership" is the central theme by 
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projects build houses, 
families, and commu- 
nities around the 
world as a witness to 
God's love and care. 



140 Organizations 



Interfraternity 
Council 



Representing 70 percent of the male 
population, the Interfraternity Council 
recognizes the potentials of a unified 
Greek community. The purpose of the 
Millsaps Greek system is to build respon- 
sible leaders who will make strides toward 
a more unified campus overall. Future 
plans include a Junior IFC and a Greek 
newsletter. 










Organizations 141 



Omicron Delta Kappa 

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Omicron Delta Kappa, the National Leader- 
ship Honor Society, was founded in 1914 at 
Washington and Lee University. The founders 
formulated the idea that leadership of excep- 
tional quality and versatility in college should be 
recognized and that outstanding students, fac- 
ulty and administration should meet on a basis 
of mutual interest, understanding and helpful- 
ness. 

Members include: 



Dr. George Bey 
Dean King 
Dr. Jeanne Forsythe 
Dr. James McKeown 
Dr. T.W. Lewis 
Dr. Charles Sallis 
Dr. Pat Taylor 
Steve Watson 
Susan Averritt 
Phyllis Bardoe 
Brian Barnett 
Taryn Bennett 
Trey Bower 
Rob Bradford 
Cynthia Clark 
Melissa Cleary 
Chrissy Coker 
Jennifer Davis 
Jessica Deffes 
Ron Downey 
Mike Fuquay 
Rachel Furner 
Angela Gafford 
Nancy Garrett 
Eric Hamer 
David Flarrison 
Jennifer Horn 



Tim Howard 
Karen Koons 
Felicia Lee 
John Lob 
Nate Mckie 
Mack Mitchell 
Kathleen Montgomery 
Lee Montgomery 
Mary Montgomery 
Meredith Montgomery 
Jon Neff 

Shannon O'Shield 
Kimberly Pace 
Lisa Parker 
Amie Peele 
Alicia Peterson 
Katherine Pigott 
Shane Rasner 
Allen Roberts 
Jennifer Robert 
Jim Schissel 
Lacy Sturdivant 
Jennifer Tillman 
Lovett Weems 
Melinda Wiggins 
Julie Winkelmann 
Lisa Wright 



142 Organizations 



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Organizations 143 



Panhellenic 



Panhellenic Council is the governing body 
of the four sororities on campus and consists 
of representatives from these four national 
groups: Chi Omega, Delta Delta Delta, Kap- 
pa Delta, and Phi Mu. The Panhellenic 
Council promotes unity and strives to 
strengthen friendly relations among the so- 
rorities. 




144 Organizations 



student Body 
Association 




The Student Body Association includes all stu- 
dents who pay the student body association fee. 
As a student body we intend to enrich the cam- 
pus by providing inclusive social and educational 
function. In order to achieve this purpose we 
have established a representative framework with 
student senators, representative organizations, 
and committee participation. Officers include: 
President Mike Fuquay, 1st Vice President Alan 
Lange, 2nd Vice President Lisa Garvin, Treasurer 
Janell Jeter, and Secretary Amy Reid. 





Organizations 145 



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146 Organizations 



Order of Omega 




Order of Omega is a national organization ttm 
honors outstanding members of the Greek sys- 
tem. Membership is based on involvement with 
the campus, community, and Greek affairs. Only 
thirty percent of the Greek population may be 
selected each year. The Millsaps chapter re- 
ceived its charter in 1986 and grows sturdily with 
I approximately twenty-five new members each 
year. 





Organizations 147 



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Cecilia V. Chatham 


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Emily Crowe 


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Barbara Davis 


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Kimberley Doom 


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Aimee Drott 


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Karyn Eicke 


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Andrea Hawkins 



Jocelyn Stallings 
Elaine Trotter 
Meg Turner 
Layne Upton 
Ali Waid 
Parker Wheatley 



Lisa Hobson 
Rebecca Holbrook 
Will Jacks 
Tre Jackson 
Allen Johnson 
Julie Jones 



148 Organizations 





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mat. The P&W attempts to cover all aspects 
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tive and interesting articles. The staff con- 
sists of about 50 students who are involved 
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Bobashela 

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The Bobashela, "a good friend", has been 
highlighting the Millsaps community for 
decades. The staff is made up of volunteers 
who give many long hours throughout the 
year to the production of the book. The 
yearbook is a chronicle of memories which 
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Wind Ensemble 




The Wind Ensemble was created for those 
students who enjoy playing in a small en- 
semble atmosphere, it is for those who 
would like to continue their band experi- 
ence from high school. The ensemble per- 
formed a spring concert this year. The en- 
semble can be taken for an hour's fine arts 
credit, or it can be audited. 




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154 Greeks 



Greeks & Greeks 



AAHHA, OMEFA, MX, AEATA, AAMBAA . . . 

Do any of those Greek alphabets actually spell 
anything? 

At Millsaps, they spell sisterhood, brotherhood, 
fun and friendship. 

The Greek system is a central and influential part 
of campus life. From initiations, formals, fundrais- 
ers and meetings, Greek life shapes the format of 
many activities for many students. Many annual 
functions are hosted by fraternities or sororities. 



like our Major Madness step show, street party and 
bingo night. It is a way of fitting in and adjusting 
to the college environment (if that's your thing), a 
way to build friendships and connections that can 
last a lifetime, and a way of increasing your col- 
lection of t-shirts since there are shirts printed for 
every event conveivable in one year! 

Who are these Greek guys and gals? 

Let's see . . . 




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Lambda lota Chapter, 1977 
Colors: Salmon Pink, Apple Green 
Flower: Pink Tea Rose 
Symbol: Ivy Leaf 

Service Projects: Bethlehem Children's Center, Midtov^n Pro- 
ject, Smith Robinson Museum, Cleveland Job Corps Center, 
UNCF Telethon 

Officers: Tamra Fortenberry, President; Jalilah Muhammad, 
Vice-President; Lisa Hobson, Treasurer; Hope White, Finan- 
cial Secretary; Robin Magee, Secretary 




Quality, and not Quantity . . . She's a wannabe . . . wannabe . . . just like me . . . You had better get you 
some . . . That's An AKA . . . Lisa what are we to do about that wack crew? . . . Oh, no not the tunnel . . . 
Let's make this an annual thing . . . It's just too deep . . . They will never understand . . . Hope, the para- 
phenelia Queen . . . Nothing in this world is as pristine as pink and green ... Six women wrapped in twenty 
pearls ... It started in 1908 . . . The livest ladies to this date . . . Ain't nobody comin' between my soror 
and I AKAtude . . . Never expect less — only the best ... A is for alpha ... K is for Kappa ... A is for Alpha 
. . . That's just the prissy way of an AKA . . . You can get with this, or you can get with that cause this is 
where it's at! . . . Skee Wee! Skee Wee! My Soror, Skee Wee! . . . julilah, never dance with your twin! . . . 
The Choice Is Yours . . . Anyway the wind blows . . . I'm Flexible ... I ain't stuttin' you . . . Hey, Mr. D.J. 
Man . . . Say it loud, Mr. Preacher Man . . . He's not aggressive enough for me . . . Hope is 2 Legit 2 Quit 
. . . Hey! Hey! . . . Well, as my momma would say ... I am Scared of her! . . . Poor, Poor Mr. Avoidantly 
Attached! . . . MISS PARTY QUEEN ROBIN MAGEE . . . But, anyway . . . Tamra, don't go to Jitney. Get it 
from American Fare. Surprise! . . . Let's do it again . . . Winter Fantasy '91 . . . Three Precious Jewels of Alpha 
Kappa Alpha — Savvy Sapphire, Dynamic Diamond, Exquisite Emerald ... Is he cultured? . . . It's so hard 
to say good-bye . . . Robin, let's make this a special good-bye . . . Sisters Forever . . . We're all in this together 
. . . Never gonna turn back . . . The love of Alpha Kappa Alpha is deep down in our souls. 



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Kappa Alpha 

Alpha Mu Chapter, 1893 

Colors: Crimson & Gold 

Flower: Rose 

Philanthropy: Muscular Dystrophy Association 

Officers: Todd Glisson, President; John Campbell, Vice-President; Eric 

Hatten, Secretary; Drew Eversberg, Treasurer 



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. . . Statutory Spring Break . . . Watsomism's . . . Who did Lutton get on? . . . Mehrle watching . . . Spicy 
beef pie . . . Super Dave's walk of shame . . . Let's go to the dynasty . . . Crowder, can you sit still? . . . Pong 
Boy . . . Torso . . . Oh FHell, Armi's drunk . . . Who is Dan dating? . . . Old South . . . KAE . . . Hoover Number 
4! . . . Ellis Funnels . . . That's what she said . . . You're not expendable Hodo . . . Smack Master . . . Ruff 
Rider . . . Love Shack . . . Dan Juan . . . Children of A Lesser God . . . Roommates share everything . . . Stop 
kissing Cambell's ass . . . Get ya some! . . . What's up dawg . . . like a champ . . . Tex-Baby-Rythm . . . What 
a mule . . . What a reemer . . . Not all gentleman are KA's, but all KA's are gentlemen. 



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Chi Delta Chapter, 1934 

Colors: Cardinal, Straw 

Flower: White Carnation 

Mascot: Owl 

Philanthropies: MS School for the Deaf, Kidney Foundation, 

& Sims House 

Officers: Meredith Montgomery, President; Jennifer Tillman, 

Vice-President; Mary Jo Bullock, Secretary; Virginia Planchon, 

Treasurer 









Hey baby, there's something in my eye, and it's you! . . . Did you run? . . . L'il Hooter . . . That boy talks so 
much chese, I think I'm getting calcium deposits . . . You're so precious . . . Scholarship trophy again! . . . 
Shhh — he doesn't know he's a dog ... To legit to quit . . . KA Rose . . . Crazy — I was crazy once . . . EIC 
. . . Squawk ... I want to welcome you to our community . . . Will you bake me some chocolate chip 
cookies? . . . HEL-LLLO . . . Women of the 90's . . . Chgicken . . . Bonding — I just hate that word . . . She's 
all over that ball . . . The Koonster and the baby owls . . . Who instaheated this ... No Way No Day ... I 
think he just wants a girlfriend . . . J.B. Fan Club! I'm single! . . . carnal knowledge . . . You were looking at 
my bum! . . . This really has the potential to be ugly . . . Best pledges in the world! . . . We are so psycho! 
. . . What kind of meat in on a BLT? . . . What about that ChaChing commercial? . . . Hello? Oh my gosh! 
How are YOOOUUU??!! . . . Hey, we're having a little get together over at the apartment . . . Dance, iola! 
. . . Tillchick ... I don't know about his personality, I never got past looking at his hair . . . Domestically 
impaired . . . Chi omega ski school — howmany times can she fall off the ski lift? . . . Go Navy! . . . Chee 
Omeega . . . Hey baby, do you work here, or are you just part of the scenery? . . . What's your BEEF? . . . 
Fo'Real . . . The toilet swirl . . . Hey! We're in the Navy — Are y'all on Spring Break? . . . Publisher's Clearing 
House Sweepstakes . . . Lumberjack . . . Another fun filled New Year's Eve! 



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Alpha Upsilon Chapter, 1895 
Colors: Scarlet, White, & Emerald Green 
Flower: Lily of the Valley 
Symbol: Caduceus 

Philanthropies: Habitat for Humanity, Operation Shoestring, Toys for 
Tots. 

Officers: Mack Mitchell, Grand Master; Layne Upton, Grand Procu- 
rator; Billy Watson, Grand Scribe; Chris Stant, Grand Treasurer 



Mack, try to relax! . . . Layne and Stant, quit your bitchin . . . Peter, fees good huh? . . . Everybody TOM- 
AHAWK, HO! . . . Billy and Bear — shave your backs . . . Sauce is back — get a rope . . . Often Imitated, 
Never Duplicated . . . Neil, Garrick, Willbob — Duckbill! . . . Brad, I kind of like the guy! . . . Harley = T.U.F.F. 
. . . Whopper with cheese, hold the mayo! . . . Smoke it up Maxie ... I was born at Woodstock! . . . MARK, 
RANDY, MATT, LAYNE, PETER, DAVID, NEIL, GERRICK, ADAM, FLEA, AND KEVIN — NICE TATTOOS! 
. . . Claycomb get a job! . . . Blake and Colby — What in the wide, wide world of sports? . . . D'lo, J'lo, and 
C-more — nice legs! . . . James Greer! James Greer! . . . Joe — right key, wrong keyhole . . . Flint, O.B., 
Hancock — Don't blow up the house! . . . Willbob — don't puke on your date! . . . Neophyte Evolution is 
the Solution now entering the Chapter House . . . 69? — Thomas and Brian's combined I.Q. . . . BUDDHA 
got dropped! . . . Sean, Division III Defense Player of the Year, Great Job! . . . Kendrick, Marinelli, and 
Whitey — they're not apathetic, they're just misunderstood! . . . Daven — shutup! . . . Goodman 110 — 
Twin Towers . . . Brad and Jenko — Saudi cut his hair! . . . Buddy finally graduated! . . . Matt broke the ball 
n' chain! . . . Jeremy, Pump, Pump, Pump! . . . Butt Luge Naked! . . . Wine'em, Dine'em . . . Hey Chris, Look 
out for that truck! . . . Somebody play "Bohemian Rhapsody" . . . Matt and Adam — stay healthy — don't 
move . . . AWRYEEEEEEEET! . . . Hey Elvis, Neophite AHUH! AHUH! . . . Rock — I say we go get his sister! 
. . . Congratulation Graduates — Keep in touch! . . . KAPPA SIGMA . . . THERE REALLY IS A DIFFERENCE 
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Gamma Zeta, 1986 

Colors: Silver, Gold, & Blue 

Flower: Pansy 

Mascot: Dolphin 

Philantropies: Children's Cancer Research, SADD, Scholarships for 

Collegians and Undergraduates 

Officers: Susan Averitt, President; Lyn Gregory, Vice-President; Angela 

Gafford, Secretary; Lara Overton, Treasurer 







Delta Delta Delta can I help ya help ya help ya! . . . I'm in limbo . . . i really don't want to talk about the 
property . . . Y'all are so mean to me! . . . And where do you think you're going??!! ... I always score! . . . 
Gumbovia and I are like this . . . Delirium . . . Pixie Sticks & Mountain Dew . . . Cha-Ching . . . What are 
you — my keeper? . . . HONEY! . . . Miracle Ear . . . Catch a Clue . . . BIG O! . . . I just need a little sympathy 
... In case of emergency, break tape! . . . Who's down with DDD? — Yeah, you know me! . . . A sig is a 
sig is a sig . . . Land Shark . . . Are we at sea level? . . . Pullova, Pullova ... I didn't know there were so many 
people on this bus . . . Clock on the rope . . . I'm on him . . . The Turtle . . . Hey, How did you get those 

. . Gobble, Gobble ... I hope I get lucky ... Is that chicken comma champagne or 

... I get the real thing! . . . ROCKY? . . . Kim has a "happy" . . . Who is Fred? . . . 

I knew I'd find you here . . . What could I do? — He had a gun! . . . Ooh-Ma-Gah! 
. . . I'm not ditz, am I? . . . Would that make my mama proud? . . . Don't talk back to Jimmy Jac! . . . Fish 
. . . Quervo . . . OK — Goodbye . . . For Real — No Lie! . . . Moonlight Masquerade . . . We love you — 
Kelly . . . Congratulations Michelle & Anne! . . . Deltas Make the World Go Round! 



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£ambda Chi Alpha 

Theta Eta Zeta Chapter, 1920 
Colors: Purple, Green, & Gold 
Flower: White Rose 

Philantroples: Pantry Raid, Chili Cookoff, MS Symphony Guild, Adopt 
a Highway 

Officers: Whit Middlecoff, President; Skip Hamlett — Vice-Presi- 
dent; Hagi Bradley, Secretary; Stan Roberts, Treasurer 




OH HI! . . . I'm Too Sexy! . . . Easy, Sleazy, and Cheesy . . . Somebody get that paddle away from Greer! . . . 
Paul Hough, axe murderer . . . Toast? I'd like some toast . . . SALT LICK! . . . Ourso is still sporting the 
infamous Bid Day Barf Bucks ... Fat is a state of mind ... I just couldn't kiss a girl who looks like Ms. 
Hathaway from "the Beverly Hillbillies" . . . Nugon! Put your clothes on! . . . Disco fever . . . Drunkenness 
running amuck at Ye Olde Chop House . . . Scott, Don't buy your girlfriend bottled beer anymore . . . The 
Jagermeister Alter . . . Shelton, tell us why your grades sucked ... I'm all over it . . . The Chops Who Stole 
Christmas . . . Rush '91 — the biggest and best at Millsaps! . . . should or should not . . . there you have it 
. . . let's Padre! . . . milk it, Dave, mild it! . . . the Purple Poacher . . . spineless jellyfish . . . Man, this Is lame 
. . . Russ, what did Miggs say to you? . . . Stan the Repo Man . . . Pink Hagi . . . Now, I ain't above showin' 
y'all my butt . . . the Deck Rats ... I'm a Quaker Oat Square ... A Little Boy Maned Cro . . . Ryan, show 
us that little trick from "Silence of the Lambs"! . . . the bloodletting of our integrity ... So long to Rob, 
Travis, Trey, Lovett, J. P., Bill, Ben, Eric, Lee, Michael, John H., and Blackwell — by the way, Blackwell, we've 
all seen it ... Go Lambda Chi! . . . Z.A.X. 



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Colors: Olive Green & Pearl White 

Flower: White Rose 

Mascot: Katydid 

Philanthropies: Children's Hospital & Shamrock Project 

Officers: Shelly LeBlanc, President; Jenni Scherer, Vice-President; Jer 

Simmons, Secretary; Missy Voehringer, Treasurer 




Kappa Delta, A Circle of Friends . . . Stayin' Alive Forever . . . This ain't no Angel Choir . . . Dagger Daddies 
We love you — Mack, Alex, Christian, Chuck, Jim, Wit, Bryan, & Chris . . . Green & Red Party ... 34 Awe: 
Pledges! . . . "It's great PR!" ... #1 Intramural basketball . . . The soccer dynasty lives on . . . KD did it wel 
. . . Homecoming Queen — We love you. Heather! ... In this very room . . . Bingo! . . . Cha Ching . . . Zoc 
Gallery . . . Amy Reid — SBA Secretary! . . . KD's are getting dropped like flies ... Big sisters. Initiation 
AOT . . . What's love got to do with it? . . . Cheezy . . . White Rose Formal . . . Spirit Week ... Go Green 
. . . The Giving Tree . . . Shamrock . . . Hey Daddy . . . Serenade . . . Peace, Love, & KD . . . Free to be yoi 
and me . . . Where's the frog? . . . Well, at least it's not a hundred degrees in here . . . See-saw-a-thon . . 
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Alpha Iota Chapter, 1905 

Colors: Garnet & Old Gold 

Flower: Lily of the Valley 

Philanthropies: Habitat for Humanity, Blood Drive, Adopt a 

Highway, UMC Children's Center, Lounge-a-thon 

Officers: Mike Griffith, SMC; Brent Rankers, TMC; David Ker- 

gosin, IMC; Kirk Wallace, SC; Jed Turner, MC 




Telly sent us . . . Dat'll work all da time . . . Bernard and Jed never stay a home . . . WHERE IS STEELE!?!? 
... I will speak to no one but the secretary . . . Huber turns the Blazer into scrap metal . . . Britt gets buck 
wild in the back of a Camaro . . . The float is dead . . . Ralph's head! . . . Skillet-head! ... Sid come home 
from Grey's . . . We're all Dutch here . . . The original Bid Day mud slide . . . Bernard and Tad at the 
Longhorn . . . JUST ANOTHER HELL RASIN' OLD NORTH . . . Madison's window-sill shooting range . . . 
Give back the speakers, Mr. Law . . . Clif's short-cut to the back stairwell . . . Deek returns . . . Berkenstock 
doesn't . . . Subway Lounge . . . FlU . . . WONDERBREAD . . . McCall heads west . . . Cotton Ball . . . Keep 
your hands off my paper supply . . . The paint bandit never sleeps . . . Pike's Peak — Nothin' Nice . . . Try 
stealing that banner, pansies . . . Blues Fest at Rhett's . . . Grizz goes to SeaWorld . . . Griff is Boss . . . Rakers, 
no hair Touching . . . Who's frying baloney? . . . Whining chops . . . Lounge-A-Thon . . . PIKE: YOU DON'T 
WANT NONE!!! 



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Epsilon Chapter, 1914 
Colors: Rose, White 
Flower: Enchantress Carnation 
Mascot: Lion 

Philanthropies: Project HOPE, Children's Miracle Net- 
work, Bethlehem Children's Center 
Officers: Felicia Lee, President; Michelle Perry, Vice- 
President; Alcia Vial, Secretary; Deedra Foxworth, Treas- 
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BID DAY '91 . . . PHI MU — The catch of the day . . . Kissing Fish . . . What do we think of those "B's" 
Alcia? . . . Let's pick up Cass — Not! ... If we keep this up, we'll be in the bacot lobby . . . Find your PHI 
Friend . . . We're so glad you're here . . . party pic . . . Hey, over here next . . . Billions of Phi Mus ... I feel 
good 'cause I'm a Phi Mu, I feel good 'cause you're one too . . . Phi Mu's It . . . Did anyone have a voice 
left? . . . Sea of Blue at the Res ... Is this where we're supposed to be? I don't see the food. Well, six cars 
can't be wrong . . . Tomatoes and onions sliced lovingly by Deedra and Kira — Thanks y'all! . . . What songs 
do you know? ... I get by with a little help from my friends . . . My brown eyed Phi Mu girl . . . Are you 
gonna eat the whole bag?? . . . Don't call him the party pic guy — his name is Paul ... He just came up 
and took my picture . . . Two frisbees confuse me . . . Quit showing off and throw it . . . Frisbee players 
other that Katherine — Don't quit your day jobs . . . Shawn, were you in every party pic? . . . Football 
anyone? . . . Bid Night . . . Keep Alix away from the hose . . . Group pic at the Lambda Chi house . . . Here, 
taste this . . . Chapter Church . . . Who fell asleep? . . . Lunch with the bunch . . . Formal Pledging . . . Word 
of the week: Conscientiously ... It gave me a warm feeling from the beginning . . . j.B. — My car died! 
. . . Move it, work it, own it . . . Meet me at Exit 108 ... Phi Mu Feud! ... I want a Man! . . . Oh shawn, 
you'd be so proud! ... I will not be corrupted! . . . Welcome to the World of Phi Mu! 



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Mu Chapter, 1990 
Colors: Royal Purple & Old Gold 
Flower: Violet 

Philanthropies: The ARK, Jackson Boy Club 

Officers: Frank Colvert Jr., President; Patrick Birminghann, Vice-Pres- 
ident; John Evers Jr., Secretary; Luther Lee, Treasurer 




I'm on the phone, fellas! ... He lights up my room . . . Chad and John go the kindergarten . . . Bob's Birthday 
. . . C'mon Rob, you always pick up your dates drunk . . . Gee Rob, you're such a nice guy. I don't know 
why girls don't like you . . . It's friday afternoon. Do you know where Frank is? . . . Hey James, how would 
David's mother look better? ... If a UFO lands and a guy gets off that looks like me, it's not really me! . . . 
Allen's drunk, call a cad . . . Shoryuken . . . The cafeteria crew . . . You only have to be a pledge once . . . 
But she was my wife . . . Good knees are a sign of good breeding ... I told you! ... I don't know Babs, 
but what 1 do know is this . . . Damn baby, what'd you do to you hair? . . . You wanna go to Georgia? . . . 
Play me some juke box music . . . Under the sea ... If you're happy and you know it — well you'll know 
what to do . . . Did you PLAY? . . . Sweat pea . . . Es-ki-mo! ... I like silk shirts . . . The killer whales . . . 
RADISHES . . . Street Fighter II — our new scholarship chairman . . . Who's Rob taking to the hospital this 
week? . . . Road Trip — NOT! . . . Waffle House . . . Don't worry Tim, Tampa is only 770 miles! . . . Sloth 
. . . Howdy ho, neighbor 



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Graduation 
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News! 

Timothy Craig Howard of Jackson waits to sit 
at Saturday's Millsaps College graduation. A Cal- 
laway High graduate, Howard is the first black 
student inducted into Millsaps' Phi Beta Kappa 
chapter. The biology major has a 3.9 grade-point 
average. 

Boston University President John Silber, the 
commencement speaker, told graduates to use 
what they learned in college and their integrity 
and religious beliefs as a "shield against deca- 
dence." 

Another Millsaps graduate, economics major 
Rebecca Hawes, 21, said she plans to go to law 
school in the Northeast after returning from a 
two-month backpacking tour of Europe. 



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198 Closing 



That's All 



Well, if you don't remember anything by now, you've 
been asleep for the last year. 

So what do you think? Any ideas about your role in 1992? 
What did you see? Did you gain a new outlook on any old 
or new issues? What does it all mean? What's the meaning 
of life? (Ooops, we'll save that question for a later install- 
ment!) 

Only time can tell what 1992 really accomplished and 
how it will affect the future. 

A year chronicled in only 200 pages — it sounds so sim- 
ple: a few photos here, a scoreboard there, and an article 
or two on that page. 

But imagine all that was left out; some trivial blurb or 
some consequential fact that only you will recall years and 
years from now. 

Remember this look at 1992 but always keep your bin- 
oculars focused on the future. 




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Well, the school year and this yearbook are finally complete. 1 have enjoyed working 
on the book this year. Hard work (fall, spring and summer), headaches, chewed finger- 
nails, and a little panic would best describe my experiences with producing the Bob- 
ashela this year. Shortage of staff members and shortage of time would be other ideal 
descriptions. But I would like to thank Jennifer Howell, Tara Collins, and Jennifer 
McCormick for their work on layouts, photos, and copy respectively. I have to thank 
Bill Morris, the darkroom editor and photographer, for his help with photos during 
the spring and summer. Also a "thank you" goes out to the Publications Board (especially 
Dr. Brister and Dean Sneed) for their patience, understanding, and support. I can truly 
say this yearbook is "my baby" since most of the copy and layouts were my creation. 
So I hope you enjoy and treasure this collection of thoughts and visions of 1991-1992. 
(If you don't, please keep it to yourself; I will be offended.) 

Jennifer M. Dorsey 
Editor-in-Chief, 91-92 



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