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MILLSAPS 
COLLEGE 



» 



BOBASHELA 1994 




Volume LXXXVI 

Jackson, Mississippi 

39210 

601 974-1000 

Enrollment: 1336 



THE BOWL. On the way to the cafeteria, students 
head down into the Bowl, the heart of the campus. 

HOPING FOR A HOMERUN. Chad Walberg shows 
that Millsaps students also make time to play. 




LEARNING ABOUT THE LIBRARY. Freshman 
Josh Farley seems to be getting the hang of the 
essential InfoTrac. 




ANY TIME, ANY PLACE. Danny Bailey and Knox 
Boteler, take their studies to the great outdoors. 



-A 



Opening 








It says a lot about Millsaps College when the 
Freshman classes get bigger and brighter every year. 

-Laura Applewhite 

It they finally finish the reconstruction of Whit- 

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worth and Sanders, Millsaps will have a fresh look. yy 

-Shelley Hooter 

1 can hardly wait until they start to build the new 
sports complex. It will be the best thing that has ever 
happened to Millsaps. I am sure everyone will 
get a lot out of it. ** 

-Jennifer Sentilles 

1 llC building of the new Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
house not only improves the look of Millsaps; but it also 
gives a look of unity among the fraternities. " 

-Allison Carr 

. . .C/VCI1 though there are a tremendous number 
of improvements being made to Millsaps College that 
undoubtedly affect everyone in our community, we con- 
tinue to hold on to the long lasting traditions that have 
given Millsaps the prestigious name it has always had. 

Contents 

Student Life 4 

People 22 

Academics 50 

Activities 64 

Sports 84 

Greeks 772 

Community 140 



Opening 




STUDENT LIFE 

XnC more things change, the 
more they remain the same... 

Students continued to gather in the Bowl 
every day to exchange the latest news, to play 
some Frisbee, catch some rays, study and 
scope out the cuties. 

Renovation work on Sanders and 
Whitworth progressed through the year, 

adding a new interior to the traditional 
looking exterior. In March, the SAE's broke 
ground on their new house, promising to add 
a new look to frat row. 

The t> e " tower had become an accepted 
part of campus, and students had become 
accustomed to its periodic chiming, even 
at the most annoying times. 

Everyone looked forward again to 

Major Madness, that annual spring festival 

when Millsaps tries to but the best foot 

forward on fun to attract prospective 

students. The only question was, "Why 

can't every weekend be like this?" 




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YUM, YUM. Marci Songcharoen and Michele 
Dean sacrifice dirty hands to enjoy the delicacy 
of crawfish in the Bowl during Major Madness. 

SPIKE IT. Lambda Chi's in their never-ending 
quest for the perfect volley ball game practice 
their moves. 






BETWEEN CLASSES. Peter Boehm, Hunt 
Graham, Blake Balzli, and Chris Voigt take their 
usual after-lunch roost in the Bowl on a spring 
afternoon. 



A LITTLE PEACE AND QUIET. Elizabeth 
Cooper and R.A.'s Patrick Cooper and Emily 
Crowe find the Student Center definitely 
calmerduring Easter break. 



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HELLO. BROTHER! Matthew 
Murray, Peter Austin, and Matt 
Henry take timeout of their busy 
day for a friendly chat. 



HELPING HAND. Chi Omega 
Elizabeth Mehrle assists children 
from Stew Pot in their search for 
Easter Eggs. 




BUSY, BLSY, BUSY. Jennifer 
Beal and Nicole Nichols work in 
Student Affairs. 

THE CROWD GOES WILD 
supporting the baseball team 
during Major Madness. 



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PARE 1IME 

When you can find it... 

1 play volleyball all the time. 

-David Waibel 
I usually hang out with friends and watch movies in each 
other's rooms. 

-Adam Kirby 
If it is a pretty day, I go to a park and work on journals, or I 
will do something with my friends, or by myself. 

-Mary Beth Chrestman 
1 sleep or hang out in the cube with all my brothers. 

-Robert Mozingo 
Sleep, sleep, and sleep some more. 

-Anonymous 
1 hang out with my friends and talk a lot to 
different people. 

-Hagi Bradley 
I decided to do an internship because I am not sure what I 
want to do when I get out of college, and I wanted to 

explore this aspect of the financial world. 7 7 

-Alison Croswell 




ANYTHING NEW? Shana CHILLIN' IN THE GRILLE, 
Fondren checks for mail. Garret Sessions reads the paper. 



Spare Time 



]Moving In 

Home away from home... 



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1 remember the confusion that was caused in the halls as a result of everyone 
moving in at the same time, and the sad farewells that were bid to family. 

-Brad Harrelson 
1 remember making my brothers carry everything into Ezelle. 

-John Myers 
1 he day I was supposed to move-in, I flipped and totaled my Ford Explorer in New 
Orleans and I walked away without a scratch! 

-Amelie Ehrensing 
My roommate hired movers and a U-haul to move in. I'm not quite sure how she is 

going to get out! 

-Stephanie Zeber 
1 wo guys agreed to carry in my T.V., so we sent them off in the direction of my 
dorm. Unfortunately, they did not know which room was mine, so we lost them for 

about an hour or so. 

-Tina Rivers 
1 he toilet overflowed, flooding my room-wetting carpet, clothes, bedsheets, and all! 

-Gene Lang 
My father looked very old lifting my books from the car to my room. % % 

-Lottie Bash 



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WHERE'S THE ELEVATOR? 
Heavy boxes get heavier on the 
way up to the third floor. 



A TOUCH OF HOME. Guys in 
Ezelle try to make their new pad 
a little more like home. 



Student Life 
8 



FIRST DAY, DFXENT FOOD. 
Freshmen are treated to ONE 
good meal during the orientation 
banquet!!! 




SAYING GOOD-BYE. Stephen GOOD GRIEF! Those Bacot 
Crochet's dad gives him a little women seem to bring everything 
advice before leaving. they own. 



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.Being in the Talent Show was extraordinarily 
interesting and indubitably important! 

-Dr. Steven G. Smith 
1 went to the Talent Show. I thought it was 
very entertaining and I hope I can be in 
it next year. 

-Jamie Derail 
tWen though Singers is a class, it provides a 
stress reliever from everyday classes. 

-Joanna Boersma and Jenny Lindner 
...And they call this talent? Hey, maybe I 
should get up there and sing (just kidding)!!! 

-Jeanette Popsack 
My Millsaps career dealt with learning how to 
suck marshmallows on a string during 
a game show. 

-Scott Lewis 

Is that really Dr. Sallis? - - 

-Amx Palmer ' ' 





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WHAT A GUY! Richard Grant 
reveals his "true colors" in the 
Major Madness Talent Show. 



RING THOSE BELLS! Kristen 
McRae concentrates on her role 
during a Singers concert. 



HAPPY HOLIDAYS! A Singers 
concert is always in season. 



Student Life 
10 



TWISTER. Rogan Gillespie, A.K. 
Miller, Mary Boothe, and Patience 
Wildenfels try it out in the Bowl. 




Homecoming 



Remember when... 



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WELCOME! Chris Sullivan decorates the Kappa 
Delta lodge for the open house. 







I remember the day of Homecoming, I was sitting there freezing my butt off, 
wrapped up in a blanket, while a bunch of KA's were standing around with no shirts 
on. They had "Go Majors" written across their 
chests. It must have been thirty degrees! 

-Michele DeMarco 
1 helped work on the Chi Omega float. 

-Elizabeth Dyer 
It was cold and there were great 
fraternity parties. 

-Chris Nelson 
Tri Delta "Tailgate Party" was on 
Homecoming this year, so all of our families 
were here for the party and the game. It was 

great having my family here on that day 
because it was also my twentieth birthday! 

-Michelle Milam 
What can I say?. ..I was shocked! ^^ 
-Queen, Jennifer Waguespack-LaBiche 



BRRR! Jason Smith. Dan OH, WHAT A GAME! Rick 
Fowler, and Doug White bundle Coffman, Adrian Smith, and Eric 
up to cheer on the team. Herrington cheer on the Majors. 



Student Life 
12 




HOMECOMING COURT. Laura Santoro, Mr. Nick Santoro, 
Jennifer Waguespack-I.aBiche (Queen ), Mr. Wayne Eabiche, Kathy 
Rodgers, Mr. Reagan Rodgers, Hilary Davis, Mr. Philip Davis, 
Tanea Tolbert, Mr. Tony Bell. 



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MAJOR PRIDE. Amy Lacalaide 
has her face painted before the 
big game. 

TOUCHDOWN! Cheerleader 
John Farrell really knows how 
to fire-up the crowd. 



Homecoming 
13 




AS NASTY AS THEY WANT 
TO BE. Lottie Bash, Karen 
Chenuau and Jodi Gates prove 
they are real women in the mud 
wrestling match. 



SERVING IT UP! Payton 
Lockey slaves for hours ahead of 
time to have enough crawfish for 
everyone to eat on Saturday 
afternoon. 



Student Life 
14 




Major Madness 

One Wild Weekend. . . 

All of the crawfish was the best part of Major Madness! 

-Chris Miller 
1 he best part of Major Madness was being decimated by the Lambda 
Chi Alpha all Olympic volleyball team. ..We were proud to serve in their 

legacy of greatness. 

-Seth Berman 
Major Madness was unforgetable because I met a ton of new people 
and you get to experience a rare weekend of excitement at Millsaps. 

-Kim Kuhns 

I was walking into the Kappa Sigma house, when Brad Price 

hurled his microwave out of the library window. Then, later 

that same night, somebody torched a couch. It was 

Animal House on our very own campus! 

-Kaara Liskow 
Major Madness made me reinstate my liquid diet. m ^ 



-Mike Stadler 





A BOWL OF FRUIT. Elizabeth 
Calloway, Amy Palmer, and 
Katherine Hughes enjoy the fresh 
fruit. 

BODY SLAM! Chris "Toe 
Head" Nelson shows Will 
Simmons he can play dirty. 



Major Madness 
15 



HANGING. Independents 
Alison I.igon and Jeli t'hillips 
relax underneath "the tree." 



"BEING AN INDEPENDENT 
has allowed me to have 
friendships in all areas of the 
campus without being associated 
with any group, "says Lee Ann 
Hamilton. 




CHECKING THE BOARD. 
Melissa Morgan stops by her 
sorority's hoard. 



DIFFERENT STROKES. . . A 
group of independent students 
show their originality. 



Student Life 
16 




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To each his own... 

.Because of Kappa Delta, I have been able to 

meet some great girls that I otherwise might not have 

been able to come in contact with on a social level. 

-Anna McCracken 
It is the fraternity with the most diversity and it did not try 
to fit you into any molds; Pi Kappa Alpha is a place where 
you can be yourself. 

- Britt Maxwell 
Independent life has its advantages, but there are also 
some drawbacks. 

-Emily Schaumberg 

1 joined SAE because I felt comfortable around and 

became good friends with many of the people in the 

chapter. I had no intention of going Greek at the beginning 

of my freshman year, but when I met the members of SAE, 

I knew I wanted to be a part of their community. It has 

been a great opportunity to get to know people on a 

different level and have a good time at college. 

-Eric Navarre 
I am independent because I don't like labels. 
-Andrew Libby: Gay, Episcopalian, Republican, Scorpio, 

Thespian, Journalist, Independent 
oeing independent allows you to be confident and secure 
without having to deal with the influences of others. % % 

-Angela Ahuja 



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EXTRA EXTRA!! READ ALL JERSEY DAY. Jennie Spain, 

ABOUT IT! The Purple and Karin Dudley. Claire Shepard, 

White circulates among a table and Allison Carr proudly wear 

of independents in the cafeteria. their letters. 



Greek or Not 
17 



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A PICNIC WITH PARENTS. 
Milly Noble lunches in the shade 
on Parents' Weekend. 



Student Life 



18 




TOSSING AROUND. Mary Helen Wall plays 
frisbee with some friends on a spring afternoon. 




What's Happening 

Down there in the Bowl 

• • The funniest thing in the Bowl was when that guy wore a blue dress in the fashion show. 

-Clinton L. Mayes 
The International Festival was a cultural way of getting 
many diverse students involved in a campus event. 

-Jennifer Dorsey 

One of the most fun things in the Bowl was the Red Beans 

and Rice Festival. All the sororities and fraternities 

competed. I thought ours was really bland until I added 

some potato chips and mustard and ketchup along with some 

other secret ingredients. But it didn't help - the Pikes won. 

-Susan Kasperbauer 

I remember some jazz band played in the Bowl one night, 

and I was dancing with Lori and Anna. Some Sig came up 

and started mocking us because we were dancing together. 

So I kicked him in the butt and he left. 

-Jennifer McCormick 
Us GDI's come down to the Student Center and watch 
Animaniacs, Batman, The Muppet Show, Star Trek and 
DS9. The whole experience is a culmination of friends 
gathering and bonding through mindless blather on TV. 
It's most fulfilling. 




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HITTING THE BOTTLE. Scott 
Lewis, Kelly Dickerson and 
Derek Arrington compete in the 
Blizzard of Bucks show. 



STYLING. Christine Swan 
shows her style onstage before 
the crowd in the Bowl in the 
International Fashion Show 
sponsored in the fall by the 
Multicultural Affairs Committee. 



BIG GAME. KieseLaymon, David 
Morrow, Dee Weems, Melanie 
Peele, Scott Lewis, Tanea Tolbert, 
Vickie Coleman, Shonda Watkins 
and Tony Bell react as Arkansas 
wins the NCAA basketball title. 



In the Bowl 
19 



Looking Out 

To the next step 

•• It's so hot. At least I have on a swimsuit 
under this black sauna suit, so I feel fine now. I'll be 
sitting on the back row and will be in the sun. 
I feel sorry for the guys. 

Teresa White 
At long last the moment finally came. I felt like I would 
never walk across that stage and receive that piece of paper 
for which I had worked so hard. 

-Need Breakjield 
It wasn't real until they handed me the diploma. 

-Reema Rafii 
It's been a great four years, but I feel a sense of 
accomplishment knowing that it's behind me. 

-Davis Frye 
I'm old now. 

-Brent Wilson 
1 his is not the end of the road but the 

beginning of the journey. 7 7 

-Teresa White 




CHEERING SECTION. The 

grandchildren of Jerry Robinson 
await the processional. Jerry 
received a B.L.S. degree in 
Philosophy. 




Student Life 
20 



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SOLEMN OCCASION. Susan 
Lueger, Ruth Ann Lowery and 
James Love listen to the speech of 
former Ford CEO Donald Peterson. 



GETTING IT STRAIGHT. 

Doug Boone helps Elizabeth 
Durden get the processional banner 
secured to the pole. 




PHI BETA KAPPA, {front) Ruth Ann Lowery, Lisa Harrison, Amy David, Linda Nelson, Manisha Sethi, Elizabeth Durden, 
(middle) Aileen Yelle, Tanya Rutherford, Rossie Cotton, Karen Varney, Jennifer McCormick, (back) Dee Weems, Ursula 
Allen, Graham Rogers, Jim Sutherland, Monte Sernel, Chris Kees, Alison Grande, (not pictured) Josh Fowler. 



Graduation 



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1 hC faces change. Some people 
finish and leave. New ones 
take their place. 

Still every year they come from all over 

the United States and other parts of the world. 

This year there were students from sixty-one 

counties around Mississippi, from twenty-five 

states and from two foreign countries. 

The 1,336 enrolled was a slightly larger 
total than before with 949c undergraduates and 
6% graduate students. About 10% of the total 

were Adult Degree Program students. 

One enduring quality of the school is that 
it's not only possible, it's likely that students will 
get to meet most of the people on campus, both 
students and faculty. 

Even as new students arrive to replace the 
ones who have finished, most of the faculty, staff 
and administration remain, giving the school it's 
consistency of quality and purpose. 



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People Divider 
22 




JUST LOOK AT THOSE FACES. Millsaps is 
undoubtedly known for the wide variety of people 
who attend. 




FASHION IS THE KEY TO SUCCESS. Caleb 
Williford walks around during Major Madness 
socializing with people and showing off his style. 

JENNIFER WAGUESPACK-LABICHE joins 
Jennifer Bhatia, and Meg Willougby in front of 
the guard post, an everyday sight for students. 



USING HIS USUAL happy-go-lucky personality, 
Knox Boteler finds time in his schedule to amuse 
Rogan Gillespie. 



People Divider 
23 



Abuso - Bradshaw 



Dawn Abuso, Jr. 

Angela Ahuja, Fr. 

ReShea Alexander, Jr. 

Jim Allen. Sr. 

Ursula Allen, Sr. 

Rachel Allgood, Jr. 

Jennifer Alston, Jr. 

Adrian Anderson, Jr. 

Aimee Anido, Soph. 

David Armistead, Sr. 

Allana Austin, Fr. 

Elizabeth Austin, Fr. 

Halley Austin, Fr. 

Peter Austin, Fr. 

Marit Babin. Fr. 

Amy Baier, Fr. 

Daniel Bailey, ADP 

Rosy Bahadur. Jr. 

Tim Bakelaar. Soph. 

Amy Elizabeth Balducci, Fr. 

Brad Ball. Fr. 

Ken Ball. Fr. 

Brent Bankester, ADP 

Ginger Bargman. Soph. 

Winston K. Barham, Jr. 

Ben Barlow, Jr. 

Edward Barousse, Jr. 

Lea Barton, ADP 

Lottie Bash, Soph. 

Jennifer Beal, Jr. 

Melanie Bedenbough, Fr. 

Anthony J. Bell Jr.. Sr. 

Elizabeth Berbette, Fr. 

Emily Berg. Soph. 

Seth Berman, Fr. 

Kennett S. Berry. ADP 

Santonio Berry, Fr. 

Greg Betz, Fr. 

Jennifer Bhatia, Soph. 

Jennifer R. Biard, Soph. 

Andrew Bingham. Jr. 

Jewel Bishop. Fr. 

Mary Blaine, Fr. 

Alice Blaylock, Jr. 

Amanda Blue, Fr. 

Joanna Boersma, Sr. 

Scott Bogan, Soph. 

Kathryn Bond, Jr. 

Catherine Booksh, Soph. 

Angela Booth, Sr. 

Mary Boothe. Fr. 

Jason Borders, Sr. 

Knox Boteler, Soph. 

Jennifer Bowden, Sr. 

Hagi Bradley, Jr. 

Kelly Bradshaw. Fr. 




People 
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Students 
25 




People 



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Bratton - Davis 



Lisa Bratton, Fr. 
Neal Breakfield, Sr. 
Louise Brewer, ADP 
Priscilla Brewer, Jr. 
Lea Brigham. Sr. 
Rana Brock, Jr. 
Andy Richard Brown, Fr. 
Clare Brown, Jr. 

Rebecca Brown, Jr. 
Morgan Browne, Fr. 
Leneatra Brownlee, Jr. 
David Bryson, Fr. 
Richard Burgess, Sr. 
Jeanette Burke, Fr. 
Mike Burkett, Fr. 
John Carlton, Jr. 

LaDona L. Carman, Jr. 

Diane Carney, Jr. 

Laurie Carpenter, Sr. 

Allison Carr, Fr. 

Leigh Carter, Jr. 

Teresa Matthews Cashion, ADP 

Hale Cayirli, Sr. 

James C. Cazier, Jr. 

Karen Chenuau, Soph. 
Rogen Chhabra, Jr. 
Alan Chiemprabha, Sr. 
Mary Beth Chrestman, Fr. 
Monique Clark, Jr. 
Candee Clary, Soph. 
Carrie Coker, Soph. 
Chantie Troy Collins, Sr. 

Tara Jeneen Collins, Sr. 
Chandra Conner, Sr. 
Melissa Cooke, Jr. 
Elizabeth Cooper, Soph. 
Patrick Cooper, Sr. 
Max Cox. Soph. 
Tracey Crawford, Fr. 
Jennifer Cremer, Soph. 

Stephen Crochet, Fr. 

Margaret Cross, Jr. 

Alison Croswell, Jr. 

Andrew Crotwell, Fr. 

Emily Crowe, Jr. 

Jennifer Culpepper, Fr. 

Sydney Cumbest, Special Student 

Dugue' Daigle, Fr. 

Dan Dale, Fr. 
Mike Dale, Fr. 
Elizabeth Dare, Soph. 
Amy David, Sr. 
Kelsey Davidson, Fr. 
Angela Davis, Soph. 
Barbara Davis, Jr. 
Hilary Davis, Sr. 



Davis - Hallford 



Philip Davis, Sciph. 

Susan Michelle Dean. Jr. 

Charlie Deaton, Fr. 

Jamie Devall, Jr. 

Robert Dews, Soph. 

Kris Dickson, Soph. 

Sarah Catherine Dill, Soph. 

Jennifer Dorsey, Sr. 

Chad Duncan, Jr. 

Elizabeth Dyer, Fr. 

J. Ross Dyer, Jr. 

Carole R. Edwards, Sr. 

Millicent Emmert, Jr. 

Betsy Erwin, Jr. 

Amy Ethridge, Fr. 

Terry Everett, Soph. 

Katy Farrel, Fr. 

John Fredric Farrell Jr., Jr. 

Trent Favre, Soph. 

Susan Feldman, Fr. 

Christina Fin/el, Soph. 

Karen Margaret Fisher, Sr. 

Leslie Flint, Jr. 

Chris Floyd, Jr. 

Shana Dae Fondren, Fr. 

Judy Ford. ADP 

John Forrest, Sr. 

James Foster, Sr. 

Nan Frascogna, Fr. 

Davis Frye, Sr. 

David Fuquay, Soph. 

LaKimberly Gallager, Fr. 

Dorothy C. Gates, Sr. 

Cora Gee, Jr. 

Donna Simmons Germany, ADP 

Bonnie Gibson, Sr. 

Natalie Gilbert, Fr. 

Tami Gilchrist, Sr. 

Kelly Giles, Soph. 

Rogan Gillespie, Fr. 

Renee Gober, Soph. 

Gretchen Godchaux, Soph. 

Brian Gomillion, Soph. 

Lory L. Gonzales, Soph. 

Shawn Goodwin, Fr. 

Christine Gorton, Fr. 

Kevin R. Grace, Jr. 

Sean Grace, Fr. 

Alison Grande, Sr. 

Abby Graves. Soph. 

Adrian Green, Soph. 

LaKeysha Greer, Fr. 

Carmen Grubbs, Fr. 

Lora Free Guerriero, Soph. 

Adrian L. Hackett, Soph. 

William Hallford, Fr. 




People 

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Hamilton - Lang 



Lee Anne Hamilton, Jr. 

Amy Harden, Soph. 

DeMatt Harkins, Fr. 

Richard Harper, Fr. 

Elise Harrell, Fr. 

Brad Harrelson, Soph. 

Michele Harris, Sr. 

Tarance D. Hart, Jr. 

Phil Hartness, Fr. 

Joani Hawkins, Soph. 

Kate Hawthorne, Sr. 

Mohua Hazra. Soph. 

Susan Hearn, Sr. 

Christopher Heit, Jr. 

John L. Heiter, Soph. 

Brien Henry, Sr. 

Matt Henry, Fr. 

Kim Hollimon. Soph. 

Sharon Holmberg, Jr. 

Jennifer Honeycutt, Jr. 

Angela Hood. Fr. 

Michael Hooper, Sr. 

Tim Hopkins, Sr. 

Mary Horner. Soph. 

Trey Howard, Jr. 

James Howell, Sr. 

Jennifer Howell, Sr. 

Landon Huey, Fr. 

Kathryn Hughes. Soph. 

Will Huguet, Fr. 

Brian Huskey, Sr. 

Jonathan Huth. Fr. 

Jennifer Jen, Jr. 

Janell Jeter, Sr. 

Ashley Johnson, Fr. 

Authur F. Johnson, Fr. 

Hugh Allen Johnson, Sr. 

Clay Johnston, Soph. 

Dianna F. Jue, Sr. 

Sissy Kalil, Jr. 

Susan Kasperbauer, Jr. 

Fawn Hyland Keen, Jr. 

Steven P. Keen, Sr. 

Tifani Keith, Soph. 

Bryan Keller. Soph. 

Julie L. Kimbrough, Soph. 

Bill Kimmel, ADP 

Allen King, Fr. 

Edie King. Jr. 

Adam Kirby. Soph. 

Shravani Kota, Sr. 

Janice LaBlue. Sr. 

Aimee Lacallade, Fr. 

Melanie Ladner, Fr. 

Lori Lambert, Sr. 

Gene Lang. Fr. 




People 
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Students 



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Larry s - Morgan 



John Larrys, Jr. 

Chris Lawrence, Soph. 

Kiese M. Laymon, Soph. 

Rachel LeBlanc. Soph. 

Ginny Ledbetter, Sr. 

Jason Ledbetter, Sr. 

Jimmy Leduc, Jr. 

Laurie Lefoldt, Jr. 

Andrew Libby. Sr. 

Alison Ligon. Fr. 

Jenny Lindner, Sr. 

Niki Lipari. Soph. 

Becky Long, Fr. 

Lauren Long, Fr. 

Mary McKay Long, Jr. 

Candace Love, Sr. 

Susan Lueger, Sr. 

Natalie Lyon, Fr. 

Brad Madden, Fr. 

Chequetta Magee-King, ADP 

Dana Malone, Fr. 

Charles J. Malouf III. Fr. 

Lauren Mancini, Fr. 

Jennifer Mark. Sr. 

Minette Marley, Soph. 

Doniell Marse, Soph. 

William A. Martin, Jr. 

Jenny Marts, Soph. 

Heath Massey, Soph. 

Britt Maxwell, Jr. 

Margaret E. Ma/iarz, Sr. 

Amy McCain, Soph. 

Mary Kay McCarty, Fr. 

Jason McCool, Fr. 

Rick W. McCullough. Jr. 

Kim McCranie, Fr. 

Cristin C. McDavid, Sr. 

Philip McDermott, Fr. 

Melissa McEver, Soph. 

Dorian Mclntyre, ADP 

Sally Lottt McLellan, Sr. 

Austin McMullen, Fr. 

Ellen McRaney, Soph. 

Elizabeth Mehrle, Soph. 

Kelly Merriman. Soph. 

Thomas Metcalfe, ADP 

Billy Michot, Soph. 

Michelle Milam. Jr. 

Jennifer Minor, Fr. 

Chris F. Minshew, Sr. 

Lee Mitchell, Sr. 

Beau Mixon, Sr. 

Lucy Molinaro. Sr. 

Anna Kathryn Monteith. Fr. 

Jennifer Moore, Sr. 

Stephen A. Morgan Jr.. Soph. 




People 
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People 



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Morris - Redman 




George Morris, Fr. 
Chris Morrison, Soph. 
David Morrow, Jr. 
Jennifer Lee Mosley, Fr. 
Michelle Moss, Fr. 
Robert Mozingo, Soph. 
Anna Maria Mulvihill, Jr. 
Chris Murphy, Fr. 

Kendal Murphy, Jr. 
Rob Murphy, Soph. 
Matthew Murray, Fr. 
Pamela Musgrove, Soph. 
John Myers, Fr. 
Stacey Myers, Jr. 
Yasuyuki Nakajima, Sr. 
Carrie Nash, Fr. 

Eric Navarre, Fr. 
Nan Nazaretian, Fr. 
Liz Needleman, ADP 
Chris Nelson, Jr. 
Linda Nelson, Sr. 
Melanie Nichols, Sr. 
Molly Nichols, Sr. 
Trace Noble, Fr. 

Amanda O" Kelly, Fr. 
Ben Owen, Jr. 
Suzanne Pack, Soph. 
Gayle Palfrey, Soph. 
Amy Palmer, Jr. 
Louise Parsons, Jr. 
Michelle Pate, Soph. 
Davina Pauley, Fr. 

Karena Payne, Soph. 
Joshua Perkins, Fr. 
Rhett Perkins, Sr. 
Melanie Peele, Jr. 
Brad Persons, Fr. 
Vickie Pettis, Soph. 
Stephanie Phelps, Soph. 
Emily Phillips, Fr. 

Jeffery Phillips, Fr. 
Dana Pittman, Soph. 
Mary Pitts, Jr. 
Lynn Pohl, Jr. 
Mary H. Poindexter, Soph. 
Brian Ponder. Fr. 
Katelyn Poovey, Jr. 
Jeannette Popsack, Soph. 

Emily Prejean, Fr. 
Michael Prejean. Fr. 
Chris Price, Soph. 
Reema Raffii, Sr. 
Laurel Ramsey, Sr. 
Selah Redhead, Soph. 
Doug Redman, Jr. 
Greg Redman, Soph. 



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Reed - Tays 



Angie Reed. Fr. 

Todd Reese, Soph. 

Edgar Reeves, Sr. 

Jennifer Reynolds, Jr. 

Angela Rhodes-Perret, Jr. 

Morgan Richardson, Soph. 

Rachel Richardson, Soph. 

Angela Rigdon, Soph. 

Marty Risley, Jr. 

Christina Rivers, Fr. 

Martha Roberson, Sr. 

Chase L. Robertson, Sr. 

Dana Roe, Fr. 

Graham Rogers, Sr. 

Shannon Rogers, Fr. 

Susan Russell, Soph. 

Geney Sanders, Soph. 

Neeka Sanders, Soph. 

Kim Sands, Jr. 

Emily Schaumburg. Fr. 

Stacie Schneeflock, Fr. 

Jenry Schorling, Fr. 

Oliver Scoggin, Soph. 

Jennifer Sentilles, Fr. 

Monte Sernel, Sr. 

Amar Seth, Fr. 

Jane Shearer, Fr. 

David Shelton, Soph. 

Claire Shepard, Fr. 

Phil Shepardson, Jr. 

Genevieve Shepherd, Jr. 

Brent Sheppard, Jr. 

Carla Shirley, Jr. 

Jenness Simler, Jr. 

Jennifer Simmons, Fr. 

Kyria T. Simpson, Jr. 

Danie Skiffer, Fr. 

Ben Skipper, Fr. 

Amy Slatinsky, Jr. 

Gavin Smith. Soph. 

Lauren Smith, Soph. 

Carol Peterson Smuck, Jr. 

Nicole Soho, Soph. 

Marci Songcharoen, Jr. 

Anna Spangler, Jr. 

Chris Stanley, Soph. 

Christopher A. Stant, Sr. 

Sarah Stanton, Jr. 

Jamie Starnes, Soph. 

Molly Stewart, Jr. 

Brice Stokes, Jr. 

Carla Strickland, Soph. 

Christy Sylvan, Fr. 

Kulenia Tate, Fr. 

Natale Tate, Soph. 

Allison Tays, Soph. 




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Students 



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Tebo - Williamson 




Marilee Tebo, ADP 
Thomas Temple, Jr. 
Craig Thieling, Fr. 
John E. Thomas, Fr. 
Amy Threet, Soph. 
Brian Tillman, Soph. 
Bo Townsend, Soph. 



Ellen Treadway, Jr. 

Elaine Trotter, Jr. 

Lawrence Tucker, Fr. 

Stacy Cathleen Valentine, Soph. 

Christina Vallery, Soph. 

Michael Vanderlick, Sr. 

Lendy D. Van Slyke, Fr. 



Emily Varner, Soph. 
Karen Varney, ADP 
Brian Vaught, Soph. 
Jennifer Vickery, Jr. 
Liz Volmer, Fr. 
John Wacaster, Jr. 
Valerie Wade, Soph. 



Jennifer Waguespack-LaBiche, Sr. 

David Waibel, Jr. 

Ali Waid, Jr. 

Whit Waide, Soph. 

Kimberly Wallace, Jr. 

Mark Walley, Soph. 

Lyle Wardlaw, Soph. 



Elizabeth Warren, Fr. 
Kim Weaver, Fr. 
Carla Webb, Fr. 
Neville Webb, Sr. 
Scott Webster, Fr. 
Christina Weigle, Fr. 
Susan Weiser, Jr. 



Tom West, Jr. 
Amy White, Jr. 
Douglas White, Fr. 
Mario D. White, Soph. 
Teresa White, Sr. 
Angie Whittington, Fr. 
Shae Whittington, Fr. 



Derek Whitwer, Fr. 
Angela Russell Williams, Sr. 
Claire Williams, Soph. 
Elee Williams, Fr. 
Kimberly Williams, Jr. 
Stephen Williams, Sr. 
Laurie Williamson, Jr. 



Students 



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Willoughby - Zeber 



Meg Willoughby, Sr. 

Kerry Wilson, Jr. 

Frances R. Wood, Jr. 

David Wright, Soph. 

Aileen R. Yelle, ADP 

Elizabeth V. Young, Fr. 

Shelley Young, Fr. 

Stephanie Zeber, Fr. 





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Administration 



Dr. George M. Harmon 

President 



Executive Committee 



Gary L. Fretwell 

Vice President for Enrollment 
and Student Affairs 



Not pictured: 
Dr. Hugh Parker 

Dean of Else School of 
Management 

Dr. Don Strickland 

Vice President for Business 

Affairs 

Jack L. Woodward 

Dean of Student Aid Financial 
Planning 





Dr. Robert H. King 

Vice President and Dean of the 
College 




Mr. Jim Lewis 

Vice President for Development 





Dr. Harrylyn Sallis 

Dean for Adult Learning 



Dr. Robert A. Shive, Jr. 

Associate Dean of the College 



People 
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Rusty Anderson 

Director of Career Planning and 
Placement 




Dr. Janis Booth 

College Counselor 




Louise Burney 

Controller 




Dr. Don Fortenberry 

Chaplain 




Laurissa N. Henderson 

Director of Adult Degree 
Program 




Edward L. Jameson 

Book Store Manager 




Elizabeth "Betty" Jameson 

Bookstore Co-Manager 



Ron Jurney 

Director of Athletics 




Michele Martin 

Coordinator of Academic and 
Career Services 




Jayne Perkins 

Associate Dean and Registrar 




Dr. David Sneed 

Associate Dean of Students 




Olivia White 

Director of Dining Sendees 



Not pictured: 

Glen Allison 

Director of Public Information 

Kay Barksdale 

Executive Director of Alumni 

and College Relations 

Jan Frascogna 

Director of Computer Sendees 

Naomi Freeman 

Assistant Dean of Else School of 

Management 



Rich Gell 

Director of Physical Plant 
Florence Hines 
Director of Admissions 
Ann Hyneman 

Associate Dean of Student Aid 
Financial Planning 
Wayne Miller 

Director of Campus Safety and 
Security 



Jim Parks 

College Librarian 
Kevin Russell 

Assistant Dean of Else School of 

Management 

Holly Wagner 

Director of Corporate and 

Foundation Development 

Steve Winesett 

Director of Planned Giving 



Susan Womack 

Executive Director of Annual 

Giving 

Hazel Woods 

Director of Enrichment and 
Special Projects 



Administration 



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Faculty 



Dr. Ted Ammon 

Associate Professor of Philosophy 

Dr. Sarah Armstrong 

Associate Professor and Chair of Biology 

Collin Asmus 

Professor of Art 

Dr. R. A. Berry 

Professor of Chemistry 

Dr. George Bey 

Professor of Sociology 

Mr. Chris Brunt 

Instructor of Music 

Mrs. Gail Buzhardt 

French Instructor; Director of Foreign Language Lab 

Dr. Connie M. Campbell 
Assistant Professor of Mathematics 

Prof. Frances Coker 

Associate Professor of Sociology and Anthropology 

Dr. Tim Coker 

Chair of Music Department 

Dr. David Culpepper 

Associate Professor of Accounting 

Mrs. Gayla Dance 

Math Instructor 

David Forsythe 

Soccer Coach 

Martha A. Goss 

Assistant Professor of Mathematics 

Dr. T.W. Lewis 

Professor of Religion 

Mr. R.W. McCarley 

Assistant Professor of Computer Science 

Dr. Robert McElvaine 

Professor of History 

Dr. James P. McKeown 

Associate Dean of Science Department; Professor of Biology 

Mrs. Georgia Miller 

Math Instructor 

Ms. Lucy Webb Millsaps 

Associate Professor of Art Department 

Matt Mitchell 

Tennis Coach 
Dr. Jean-Marc R. Oppenheim 

Assistant Professor of History 
Dr. Judith W. Page 

Associate Dean and Professor of English 
Mr. Francis E. Polanski 

Associate Professor of Music 

Dr. Robert Quinn 

Chair of Modern Languages 

Coach Tommy Ranager 

Head Football Coach 

Dr. W. Charles Sallis 

Chair of History Department 
Dr. Allen Scarboro 

Chair of the Sociology-Anthropology Department 




People 
44 




Faculty Council, {front) David Culpepper, Connie Campbell, Cheryl Coker, Priscilla Fermon, (bant) Asif 
Khandker, T.W. Lewis, Carl Brooking, Tim Coker, Karl Markgraf, (nor pictured) Marlys Vaughn. 




Dr. Elise Smith 

Chair of Art Department 

Dr. Steve Smith 

Associate Professor of Religion and Philosophy 

Dr. Jonathan Sweat 

Professor of Music 

Dr. Susan Taylor 

Assistant Professor of Economics 

Dr. Ming Tsui 

Assistant Professor of Sociology 

Steven Vanderstaay 

Director: English as a 2nd Language; English Instructor 

Dr. Peter C. Ward 

Associate Professor of Business Law 

Dr. Timothy Ward 

Assistant Professor of Chemistry 



Faculty not pictured: 



Classical Studies 

Dr. Catherine Freis 
Dr. Richard Freis 

English 

Dr. Kevin Dalton 

Elizabeth Jones 

Dr. Anne MacMaster 

Dr. Suzanne Marrs 

Dr. Mary Janell Metzger 

Dr. Gregory Miller 

Dr. Austin Wilson 

History 

Dr. David Davis 

Modern Languages 

Dr. Claudine Chadeyras 
Dr. Priscilla Fermon 
Dr. Robert Kahn 
Dr. Karl Markgraf 

Music 

Cheryl Coker 

Philosophy 

Dr. Robert King 
Dr. Michael Mitias 
Dr. Zhenming Zhai 

Religion 

Dr. Tracy Fessenden 
Dr. Robert King 
Dr. Steven Smith 

Theatre 

Brent LeFavor 
Lance Goss 

Biology 

Dr. Dick Highfill 
Dr. Debora Mann 
Robert Nevins 
Dr. Briton Shell 

Psychology 

Dr. Stephen Black 
Dr. Diana Heise 
Dr. Edmond Venator 



Chemistry 

Dr. Allen Bishop 

Dr. Charles Cain 

Dr. George Ezell 

Dr. Jimmie Purser 
Education 

Dr. Jeanne Forsythe 

Dr. Connie Schimmel 

Dr. Marlys Vaughn 
Geology 

Dr. Delbert Gann 

David Mercer 

Dr. Edward Schrader 
Mathematics and Computer 
Science 

Dr. Allen Bishop 

Dr. Cloyd Ezell 

Dr. Mark Lynch 

Dr. Jimmie Purser 

Tracy Sullivan 
Physics 

Dr. Asif Khandker 

Dr. Oscar Pruet 
Political Science 

John Quincy Adams 

Dr. Iren Omo-Bare 
Else School of Management 

Dr. Ajay Aggarwal 

Dr. Nancy Bledsoe 

Dr. Bill Blister 

Dr. Carl Brooking 

Dr. M. Ray Grubbs 

Dr. William Hailey 

Dr. George Harmon 

Dr. Walter Neely 

Dr. Hugh Parker 

Dr. Raymond Phelps 

Dr. Patrick Taylor 

Dr. Jerry Whitt 



Distinguished Faculty of the Year. Dr. Steve Smith and Dr. Elise Smith. 



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Staff 



Kathi L. Acy 

Post Office Staff 

Ms. Michelle Benoist 

Student Affairs 

Mrs. Florence N. Cooper, RNC, BSN 

Coordinator of Health Services 

Ms. Loretta Defoe 

Assistant College Librarian 

Mrs. Pearl Dyer 

Assistant Registrar 

Hope Edwards 

Food Sevices 

Ms. Sandra Fanguy 

Career Center Staff 
Marge Fenton 

Administrative Assistant 

Mrs. Judy Frasogna 

Library Acquisitions Assistant 

Mrs. Leah Gillespie 

Area Coordinator for Student Affairs 

Sister Sharon Glumh 

Catholic Campus Minister 

Mrs. Cheri Gober 

Financial Aid Secretary 

Mrs. Floreada M. Harmon 

Assistant Librarian for Public Sen ices 

Mrs. Connie Hawkins 

Business Affairs Office Assistant 

Mr. Stephen King 

Assoc. Director of Dining Sendees 

Janet Langley 

Office of Adult Learning 

Mr. John O. Lawrence 

Assistant Director of Alumni and College Relations 

Ms. Martha Lee 

Student Affairs Administrative Assistant 

Mrs. Katherine Lefoldt 

Business Affairs - Hostess 

Mrs. Julia Lewis 

Special Sevices Librarian 

Mary Markley 

Office of Adult Learning Administrative Assistant 

Virginia McCoy 

Adult Learning - Assistant to the Dean 

Mrs. Debra Mcintosh 

College Archivist 

Mrs. Venita M. Mitchell 

Director of Campus Recreation 

Mrs. Diane Samples 

Post Office Supervisor 

John Sandstrum 

Library Staff 

Ms. Anita Sumrall 

Area Coordinator - Student Affairs 

Ms. ReneeTaylor 

Library - Head of Technical Services 




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46 




Mr. Steve Watson 

Assistant Dean of Student Life 

Mrs. Mittie Welty 

Post Office Clerk 

Barbara West 

Library - Cataloguing Assistant 

Ms. Nancy White 

Business Affairs - Administrative Assist. 

Chef David Woodward 

Food Services 

Student Affairs. 

(front) Leah Gillespie, AreaCoordinator/Ezelle 
Director; Michelle Benoist, Secretary; Sandra 
Fanguy, Admin. Assist. - CareerCenter; Sherryl 
Wilburn, Director of Multicultural Affairs; 
Martha Lee, Admin. Assist. - Student Affairs; 
(middle) Steve Watson, Assist. Dean of Student 
Life; Dr. Janis Booth, College Counselor; Anita 
Sumrall, Area Coordinator/Franklin Director; 
Sister Sharon Glumb, Catholic Campus 
Minister; Dr. David Sneed, Associate Dean of 
Students; (back) Dr. Don Fortenberry, 
Chaplain; Rusty Anderson, Director of Career 
Planning and Placement; Florence Cooper, 
Coordinator of Health Services/College Nurse; 
Gary Fretwell, Vice President for Enrollment 
and Student Affairs, (not pictured) Terry Hight, 
Galloway Director; Michele Martin, Coor- 
dinator of Academic and Career Services; Venita 
Mitchell, Director of Campus Recreation; Jack 
Phillips, Sanderson Director; Maret Watson, 
Bacot Director. 



Financial Aid. 

Esther Baugh, Ann Hyneman, Jack L. 

Woodward, Cheri Gober. 



Office of Adult Learning. 
Laurissa Henderson, Director - ADP; Janet 
Langley, Assist, to the Director - ADP; Hazel 
Woods, Director of Enrichment and Special 
Projects; Mary Markley, Administrative Asst.; 
Virginia McCoy, Assistant to the Dean; Dr. 
Harrylyn Sallis, Dean for Adult Learning. 



Staff 



Business Affairs. 

(front) Rich Cell, Don Strickland, Katherine 

LefoldU back) Connie Hawkins, Nancy White. 




Business Office. 

(front) Louise Burney, Gail Waldrop, (back) 
Julie Daniels, Connie Parker, Rose Johnson, 
Sylvia Drake. 



Post Office. 

Lee Anne Hamilton, Diane Samples, Mittie 

Welty, Kat hi Acy, Aimee Lacallade. 




People 
48 







Bookstore Staff. 

Laura Jean Miller, Ed Jameson, Betty 
Jameson, Cindy Elder, Rhett Perkins, Walter 
Reid, Renee Gober, Pamela Musgrove. 



Maintenance. 

{front) David Wilkinson, James Almo, Marge 
Fenton, Rex Latham, (back) Dennis Lum, 
Kenneth Brooks, Erick Kearny, Jim Busby, 
Calvin Brummett, Tom Barnes, (not pictured) 
■&r Percy Johnson. 



Grounds Crew. 
(front) Bud Thigpen, Lee Miller, Ernest Walton, 
Dan Neely, Charles Smith, (back) Willie Chase, 
Norwood Speights, Mel Williams, Wilbert 
Newell, Governor Lawry. 



Staff 
49 



MATTHEW WILLIAMS looks at a Dr 
McKoewn test with a different point of view. 



TAKE A LOAD OFF. John David Violet realizes 
that trying to get a refund on his books isn't all 
that it is worth. 

JEN REYNOLDS finds peace and quiet in the 
Olin Hall lobby. 



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that the Olin Hall couch and his textbook 
provide more comfort than he could dream of. 



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ACADEMICS 

A rich heritage of academic 
excellence continued. . . 

Alumni, students and faculty celebrated 
the twenty-fifth anniversery of the Heritage 
program in the spring with a 
weekend celebration. 

The Else School of Management added a 
Master of Accountancy to its already strong 
graduate program. 

Liberal Studies IOIO was still the rite of 
passage among students in the Adult Degree 
Program, an experience which tied them all 
together in spite of their varied background. 

The final connection of past and present 
academic tradition came in May as everyone 
celebrated the commencement of the one 
hundredth graduating class. 



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51 



CHANGE OF PLACE. Caroline 
Landers and Suzanne Pack take 
notes" hen their class goes outside. 



NEW NOTES. Mr. Polanski 
helps Jennifer Sentilles to 
understand musical composition. 




BE CAREFUL! Amy Threet 
wacthes as Lea Barton works on 
zinc etchings for an art class. 

ALPHA KAPPA DELTA. 

Sociology and Anthropology 
Honorary, (front) Andrew 
Bingham, Ali \\ aid. Elizabeth 
Durden, Lea Pickard, {middle) 
Melissa Stainhack, Michele 
Soho: President. Caroline 
Monslead, Carla Shirley, (back I 
Ken Berry, R..J. Boodles. 



DO. RE, MI. Cheryl Coker plays 
scales as Marty Troupe sings 
along. 



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52 




What was your 
favorite 





"I enjoyed Dr. Bey's teaching methods, his interaction with the 

class, his willingness to help and the material which I'd never had the 

opportunity to study before." 

-Ashley Hanford 

"The best course was Civil War. Dr. Sallis kept things interesting 
with his knowledge of the subject." 

-Monte Sernel 

"Sex and Love was my favorite - it was something that was useful 
and everybody should know." 

-Laurie Lefoldt 

"Freshman Guitar and Piano - 1 learned to read music and play it." 

-Kelly Adams 

"Morphology - Dr. McKeown was a challenging but fun teacher." 

-Kelly Kirby 

"In Creative Writing, I could do something I really liked and get 
a grade for it. I learned about the process of writing - that you're not 
necessarily finished when you finish. You can keep on revising and 



making it better." 



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-Robyn Ryle 
BETA ALPHA PSI. 

Accounting Honorary, {front) 
Laurie Carpenter: Treasurer, 
Carla Talluto: President, 
Virginia Planchon: Reporting 
Secretary, Lea Brigham: Vice 
President, Kathy Rodgers: 
Recording Secretary, [middle) 
Amy Slatinsky, Margaret Cross, 
Michele Harris. Suzanne Willis, 
Amy White, Susan Weiser, 
Melissa Cooke, Jeremy Litton. 
(back) Nancy Bledsoe: Advisor, 
Chris Floyd, Trey Howard. 
Barbara Haun, Scott Murphy, 
Angie Williams, Russ Bagby, 
Michael Foley. 



Classwork 
53 



Where did you 
go to 




"Dr. MacMaster gave me the key to her Murrah Annex office 

for our Ford Fellowship stuff. I study there late at night. ..having a 

computer away from the big labs is nice." 

-Laura Baxter 

"I Study in my room because it's too hot in the library." 

-Kerry Wilson 

U I find that the Cherokee on Monday nights provides a suitable 
environment for my academic preparation for the school week." 

-Chip Osborne 




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STUDENT HELPER. Jenny 
Leonard works in the library. 




I liked to study in my room, because I knew there would always be 
plenty of people around to help me procrastinate." 

-Chris Williams 



PI BETA PHI. THINKING MAN. Matt Randall 

French Honorary . Clare Brown, finds a student lab in Olin works 

Melanie Miller. Dr. Robert Kahn. as a quiet hide-out to get some 

Trent Eavre. Gail Buzhardt. intense studying done. 



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CRAMMING. Kim Hollimon 
and Wyn Hoover study in the 
library an hour berfore an 
Organic test. 



NOTES AND MUSIC. Andy 

Kuhn studies for a Sociology test 
while Tom Summerl'ord listens 
to Smashing Pumpkins. 




SIGMA DELTA PI. 

Spanish Honorary, (front) Ivan 
Zamora, Suzanne Pack, Dr. 
Robert Quinn, Joanna Boersma, 
{back ) Alison Grande, Dr. Robert 
Kahn, John Brunini. John 
McCall, Rebecca Brown. 



WHAT POWER! Matt Vdkej 
and Beverly Nail work »ith the 
Transmission Electron Microscope 
in Olin Hall.. 

TRI-BETA OFFICERS, {front) Rosy Bahadur: Vice President! 95 ), 
Jennifer Bhatia: Tresurer! '95), Billy Crowder: President! '95 ), Millieent 
Emmert: Secretary! '95), [back) Lisa Harrison: Treasured '94). Dr. Dick 
llighfill: Advisor, Rhett Perkins: President! '94). [mil pictured) Rcissic 
Cotton: Vice President! '94 1. 




BETA BETA BETA. 

Biology Honorary, {front) Rosy 
Bahadur, Amy Dayid, Lisa 
Harrison, John Forrest, Brad 
Harrelson, Chris Price. Billy 
Crowder, Rhett Perkins, 
Millieent Emmert, Jennifer 
Waguespack-l.aBiche, Jennifer 
Bhatia. Katelyn Poovey, I middle ( 
Dr.Dick Highfill, Matthew 
Williams, Michael Wood, Peter 
Boeler. Jennifer Davidson, 
Tammy Hougland, Chandra 
Conner. Nicole Davidson, Dianna 
Jue, Gahrielle Sciortina. Jennie 
Pritchard, Allvson Welch, {back) 
Jonathan Moore, Brandie Dean, 
Beverly Nail, Diane Carney, 
Alhert Moslev. 




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SIGMA GAMMA EPSD.ON. 
Geology Honorary, (front) Anna 
Mulvihill: Historian, Scott 
Henderson: President, Mary 
Pitts: Vice President, Dayid 
Waihel: Secretary/Treasurer, 
{back) Eaurel Ramsey, Cheryl 
Wells, David Morrow: Cor- 
responding Secretary, Dr. Ed 
Schrader, Professor David 
Mercer. Dr. Del Gann: Advisor. 








DANGER! Lisa Harrison, Jennie 
Pritchard, and Gretchen 
( iodchaux work under a hood in 
Olin. 



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What was your most 
helpful 




"I grew E. coli in Biology lab for one week. It was an immunity test 

for streptomycin and penicillin. My little bacteria were immune to 

streptomycin and flourished." 

-Christine Weigle 

"In mineralogy lab, we looked at rocks and learned their 

chemical composition, texture and color. We went to Arkansas in the 

fall semester and in April, we went to Iron Mountain and Pilot Knob in 

Missouri. We learned about land, faults and contact planes." 

-Adrian Hackett 

"YOU know the micro-films that were stolen from the Biology 

Department? Well, one morning when I woke up, they were in my 

room, and I do not know how they got there!" 

-unanimous for protection 

"My internship with a Big Six accounting firm has given me the 
opportunity to put what I learn in the classroom to work for me in a 

real-world setting." 

-Chris Floyd 



GETTING HELP. Lab Assistant 
Mike Kittrell checks Jennifer 
Honeycutt's equipment during 
her Physics Lab Final. 




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57 



What was your 
hardest 

Task? 



"The anticipation of comprehensive 
exams. ..they're really over-rated!" 

-Anna Burdette 



bt 



An art project in which I carried a dozen 

or more large mirrors through mud and a forest 

to a sandbar on the Pearl River. A storm 

destroyed the whole thing the day before it 

would have been finished." 

-David Lowe 

"IDS 2430...I thought it would be easy and I 
could finish Core 4 and the Fine Arts requirement in 
one class. NOT!! This is the hardest class in the 
entire Millsaps curriculum. It meets four days a 
week. Journals are due everyday. You do three 
papers. There's a mid-term and a final. The final is 
a four hour long opera in German.. .that's a lot of 



translating to do!" 



-Kevin Grace 



"Passing Dr. Venator's class!" 

-Martha Roberson 




DEDICATION. Will Simmons SENIOR SEMINAR. Jason 

stays late after Marketing class Ledbetter and Christy Sigman 

to finish an assignment on work on their Senior Seminar 

calculating trade margins. projects for Biology. 




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58 



SEARCHING. Laura Applewhite 
spends time in the library looking 
for information for a geology paper. 




OAK. 

Leadership Honorary, {front) 
Angela Booth, Meg Willoughby, 
Laurie Carpenter, Rosy Bahadur, 
Lea Brigham, Rossie Cotton: 
Alumni Relations, Dee Weems: 
Pres., John Sweeney: Vice Pres., 
(2nd row) Elizabeth Durden, 
Jeanne Forsythe, Angie Williams, 
Winston Barham, Carla Shirley, 
(3rd row) Davis Frye, Albert 
Mosley, Jason Ledbetter, Brent 
Wilson, Anthony Bell, Steve 
Watson, Dr. Johnnie-Marie 
Whitfield, (back) Dr. T.W. Lewis, 
Doug Redman, David Armistead, 
Dr. Charles Sallis, Neal Breakfield, 
David Morrow, Scott Murphy. 

SIGMA LAMBDA. 

Leadership Honorary, (front) Ted 
Ammon: Advisor, Hagi 
Bradley :HisL, Carla Shirley: Pres., 
Emily Crowe: SecVTreas., Rossie 
Cotton: Vice Pres-, Michelle Milam, 
(2nd row) Melissa Cooke, Mario 
White, Renee Gober, Kathryn 
Bond, Dawn Abuso, Alison 
Croswell, Alan Chiemprabha, 
Rosy Bahadur, (3rd row) Jennifer 
Dorsey, Angela Williams, Lea 
Brigham, Michelle Dean, Melanie 
Peele, Jennifer Honeycutt, Gen 
Shepherd, (back) Scott Murphy, 
Jennifer Vickery, Amy Slatinsky, 
Winston Barham, Necee Brownlee, 
Chad Duncan, David Morrow. 



IDS. Freshmen Ashley Hansford, 
Jeffrey Doolittle, Cathy Booksh, 
and Eloise Harris work on a study 
guide for their IDS class. 



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Masset cuts out her daily articles 
from The Wall Street Journal. 



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What did you think 
of the 

Honor? 



"I entered the Millsaps Juried Art 

Competition on a whim. When I won first 

place, I was really surprised. My entry was 

Paranoia, a photograph of shadows, taken in 

Natchez a few years ago." 

-Lori Lambent 

"When I found out that I was selected for Phi 

Beta Kappa, I was out of town. A friend left a 

message on my machine. I was surprised and 

delighted. I thought you had to be smart 

or something." 

-Tonya Rutherford 

"Dr. Miller called about Phi Beta Kappa. 

I was pleased. I was hoping I would get in 

when I found out in my sophomore year that 

Millsaps had a chapter." 

-James Sutherland 

"I received a letter about Who's Who and 
I was excited because it was an honor to be 

chosen by the faculty. When I came to 

Millsaps, my goals were to grow as a person, 

meet new people, and to get into med school." 

-Manisha Sethii 





ELSE SCHOOL AWARD WINNERS. Monte Sernel: Richard 
Baltz Economics Award; LeaBriEham: Mississippi Society of CPA's 
Outstanding Senior; Alicia Williams: FMA Challenge Award for 
lnvestments:.loseph Meredith: Merrill Lynch AwardforOutstanding 
Student in Finance: l)a>is Irve: Wall Street Journal Award. 




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60 






A WORK OF ART. Jennifer 
Ballard explains to John 
Chadeayne how she made her 
prize-winning sculpture. 



MOST DISTINGUISHED MAN AND 
WOMAN. 

David Armistead and Martha Roberson. 



(front) Laurie Carpenter, Kathy Rodgers, Laura Baxter, Anna 
Burdette, Chandra Conner, Dee Weems, Rhett Perkins, Patrick 
Cooper, (middle) Manisha Sethi, Tanea Tolbert, Melissa Stainback, 
Lucy Molinaro, Elizabeth Durden, Lea Lea Brigham, Lisa Harrison, 
Jennifer Waguespack-LaBiche, Laurin Stennis, Martha Roberson, 
(back) Josh Fowler, John McCall, Tony Bell, Brent Wilson, Rossie 
Cotton, Angie Williams, Hillary Davis, John Sweeney, Tom Metcalfe, 
David Armistead, Davis Frye, Meg Willoughby, (not pictured) Neal 
Breakfield, Jennifer Dorsey, Karen Fisher, Cassandra McGee, Jason 
Ledbetter, Monte Sernel. 




DOING LUNCH. Senior Angela 
Williams gets a chance to meet 
people from the Kelly Gene 
Foundation at the Scholarship 
Luncheon in March. 



CONGRATULATIONS! The Phi 
Mu's received $250 for winning 
the 1993phone-a-thon competition. 



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61 



CHAMBER SINGERS 

(front) W. Alex Martin, Carrie 
Coker, J J Coker, Beth Hewitt. 
(2nd Row) Cherie Chester. Chad 
Duncan, Lori Fancher. Allen King. 
Liz Volmer. (3rd Row) Jennifer 
Reynolds. Emily Crowe. Winston 
Barham, Fawn Keen, Marty 
Troupe, Christy Jenkins. (4th Row) 
Kyria Simpson, Landon Huey. 
Marci Songcharoen, Marit Babin, 
(back) Danny Bailey. Elton 
Williams. Rick Senn, David 
Armistead. Trent Favre. Miles 
Pavne. 




WIND ENSEMBLE. 

(front) Kristen McRae, Jennifer 
Mosley, Melissa Jones, Shawn 
Goodwin, (middle) Rana Brock, 
Richard Harper. Wayne Linchan: 
Director, Jessica Keen, Sydney 
Cumbest, Elton Williams, Melanie 
Ladner, Chris Gunn, Jenny 
Leonard. 



HANDBELLS. 

(front) Allen King. Elton Williams. 
(middle) Dianna Jue. Kristen 
McRae. Winston Barham, Terry 
Watts: Director, (back) Mary 
Blaine. Alison Grande. Shana 
Fondren. 





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ALPHA PSI OMEGA. 

Dramatics Honorary, (front) 
Paul Hough, Candyce Baldridge: 
Secretary/Treasurer, Tom 
Summerford, (middle) Rick 
Senn, Carolyn Clark, Martha 
Barron Bishop: Vice-President, 
Reema Rafii: President, Jimmy 
I .I'd in'. Niki Lipari, (back) David 
Morrow, Susan M. Dean, 
Andrew Libby, Chris Morrison, 
John Farrell, Wendy M. 
Henderson. 




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62 



SINGERS, (front) Rachel Richardson, Adrian Greene, Amy Bilbo, Aimee Lacallade, Bonnie Gibson, Renee Gober, Susan Fancher. Lori Fancher. Mark Babin, Stephanie Phelps, Carla 
Shirley, Jewel Bishop (2nd Row) Liz Volmer, Jennifer Reynolds, Carrie Coker, Marty Troupe, Angie Williams, Kim Kanary. Emily Mayo. Lane Smiley, Chad Duncan, Trent Favre. Trey 
Mangum, Landon Huey, Elton Williams, Marci Songcharoen, Christy Jenkins, Emily Crowe. Beth Hewitt. (3rd row} Carrianne Carroll, Gabrielle Sciortino, Laurie Lefoldt, Elizabeth Mehrle, 
Susan Feldman, Kyria Simpson, Mario White, Scott Lewis, Bill Martin, Winston Barham, Allen King, Rick Senn, Susan Adams, Cherie Chester, Michelle Dean, Laura Baxter. Fawn Keen. 
Meredith Ozier (back) Maria Costas, Christine Zimmerman Terry Everett, Jenny Lindner. Elee Williams, Allison Carr, Danny Bailey, Miles Payne, David Armistead. Andrew Libby. Mark 
Walley, J J Coker, Eric Herrington, Katy Farrell, Barbara Ann Broyles, Elizabeth Berbette, Kate Hawthorne, Rossie Cotton. Joanna Boersma. Lauren Lee. 



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How do you 
use your 

Talent? 



"I chose to be a theater major because I 
like the rush that I get before I go on stage." 

-Chris Morrison 

"I like to perform before people so they 

will know there is talent here at Millsaps. The 

handbells have performed in Hattiesburg and at 

the State Handbell Festival. The Chamber 

Singers have performed all over Mississippi 

and in St. Louis, Memphis and Chicago. 
Everyone greeted us warmly at all these places." 

-Allen King 

"I've been in the theater for almost eight 

years, so it's natural for me. I like the 

comaraderie with other actors. It's a good way 

to meet people if you're new at the school, as I 

am. And when the show's going well, you get 

so much energy from the audience. A good 

audience can make a play so much better. 

-Christopher Heit 

MAKING MUSIC. Jennifer 
Reynolds, Cherie Chester, and 
Emily Crowe work hard to 
perfect their performance. 



ACTIVITIES 

Holding on to the extras, the 
fun things that made academic life 
more bearable. . . 

The traditional Back-to-School party fea- 
tured a new twist. It was held off-campus 
at Hal & Mai's. 

The SBA had a busy year, providing enter- 
tainment for students including frequent comedy 
shows in the grill. They also spearheaded a 
drive for a campus Honor Code. 

TWO new clubs were added to the long list 
of extracurricular choices - a philosophy club 
headed by Matt Troup and an art club 
headed by Elise Smith. 

The 2nd Annual Baby Beans Festival was 
an opportunity for fun, but many organizations 
also offered students a chance for service. The 

Habitat for Humanity group helped build a 
house. Many others participated in a mentoring 
program at Bailey through the Campus 
Ministry Team. 




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64 



JUST CLOWNING AROUND. Stacie Schneeflock 
entertains the child ren at the Community Stewpot 
in the spring. 





LEARNING THE HARD WAY. Dr. Campbell 
illustrates on James Foster the correct procedure 
to take someone down as students pay close 
attention. 

WHAT'S NEWS? Jimmy Ainsworth stops by 
the publications office to get a quick peek at the 
scond semester issue of the Purple and White. 



THE DRAMA program continued to provide 
entertainment for students and faculty. 



Activities Divider 



65 



FRANKLIN STAFF. 

{front) Dawn Abuso, Anita Sumrall: 
Resident Director, {back) ReShea 
Alexander, Amy Smith. 



Doing something 

Extra 



_) We have thirty RA's 
and five RD's who take 
care of six residence halls. 

_) RA's are selected in the 

spring of each year. 
Training is held twice a 
year, at the begining of 
each semester. 

^ RA's are role models 

and leaders on their 
floors and develop fun 
programs for their 
residents. 

2 Every Spring, there is 

NEXT, PLEASE! Mario White and Hagi 
Bradley check new Ezelle residents into 
their rooms on move-in day. 



an anual RA Spring 
picnic for current RA's 
and the newly selected 
RA's for the next year. 

-1 Some programs this year: 
pizza parties, a "90210" 
theme party, Candlelight 
Dinner, Lunar Madness, 
AIDS/STD forum, 
Valentine's Day out- 
reach, Midtown Project 
group, and a study break 
"run for the border." 



TAKING A BREAK! Amy Smith. 
Michelle Milam, and Michelle Pate enjoy 
the sunshine during the RA Spring Picnic. 





Activities 
66 




BACOT STAFF. 

{front) Jennifer Alston, Felicia Lofton, 
Carrie Coker, Michelle Milam, (back) 
Neeka L. Sanders, Niki Lipari, Anna 
Burdette, Carla Shirley, Emily Crowe, 
Maret Watson: Resident Director, [not 
pictured] Michelle Pate. 



EZELLE STAFF. 

{front) Brad Harrelson, Neal Breakfield, 
Mario White, (back) Kevin Grace, Hagi 
Bradley, Leah Gillespie: Resident 
Director, Adam Kirbv. 



SANDERSON STAFF. 

Jack Phillips: Resident Director, Gen 
Shepherd, Patrick Cooper, (not pictured) 
Rana Brock. 



GALLOWAY STAFF [not pictured). 
Terry Hight: Resident Director, Andy 
Alfonso, Laura Baxter, Jack Clark, Gary 
Matthews, Christine Meyers, Ben Owen, 
Ivan Zamora. 



GOODMAN STAFF (not pictured). 
John Wacaster. 



Residence Staff 



67 



SBA OFFICERS. 

Knox Boteler: Secretary, Dav id Morrow : 
President, Amy Palmer: 2nd Nice 
President, Kelley Abney: 1st Vice 
President, Scott Lewis: Treasurer. 







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SBA COMMITTEE CHAIRS. 

[front) Susan Russell. Angela Dav is, Susan 
M. Dean. Kerry Wilson, {middle! Shonda 
Watkins, Kacky Cole, Gretchen Steen, 
Susan Weiser, (back) Chris Price, Heath 
Massey. Ross Dyer. 




SBA SENATORS. 

(front) Elizabeth Callaway, Marci 
Songcharoen, Laura Stevens, Carrie 
Coker. Mary Boothe, Christy Sigman, 
Martha Roberson. (middle) Matthew 
Troup, Jodi Gates, Jennifer Ballard, Emfly 
Berjj, Gretchen Godchaux, Matt Carr, 
(back) Rhett Perkins, Scott Webster. David 
Armistead, Anthony Bell Jr., David 
Fuquay, Derek Arrington, Brad Wood. 










Activities 
68 




Doing something 

Extra 



□ This year, SBA worked 

to liberalize the visitation 
policy for the 1994-1995 
school year. 

J In an attempt to make 

the SBA Sentate more 
representative of the 
Student Body, Senate 
passed a motion that will 
drastically increase the 
percentage of indepen- 
dents on the SBA Senate. 



SBA PRESIDENT DAVID MORROW: 
"We've made a lot of changes that will 
help Senate more accurately reflect the 
demographics of its undergraduate 
population. Our next task is to work to 
make Millsaps more representative of the 
world in which we live." 



□ To try to help increase 

minority enrollment. 
Senators and Committe 
Chairs wrote letters to 
prospective students and 
will visit local high 
schools in the fall. 

□ Students and Senators 

came together in the 
drafting of the Honor 
Code. In March, the 
SBA conducted a random 
survey of the Millsaps 
population, revised the 
document, and put it to a 
vote of the Student Body 
in April. 




FIRST VICE PRESIDENT Kelly Abney 
and Spirit Chair Kacky Cole make a sign 
thanking Domino's for their pizza 
donation during Major Madness. 



DAVIS FRYE AND AMY WHITE man 
the Honor Code voting booth as Michael 
Wood votes. The Honor Code passed in 
the Student Body by a majority vote. 



SBA 
69 



ADULT STUDENT ASSOC. 

(front) Fawn Keen, Russell Dorris. 
Margaret Pigott. Doug Logg, Bill Bishoff, 
(middle) Fran Wood, Caron Lyle, Sally 
\k Lilian. Jim Herring, Jerry Robinson, 
Donna Germany, Christina Harris, Carole 
Edwards, Dorothy Gates, Doris I. oho, 
(back) Will Keen, Frances Coker, Laurissa 
Henderson, Janet Langley, Harrylyn 
Sallis. Beth Boone, Loll Ann McKihhen, 
Daniel Stevens, Sharon Holmberg. Janice 
LaBluc, Chequette Magee-King, Annie 
(iuider, I'ami (iilchrist, l.ea Barton, Bill 
Luckett, Tom Metcalfe. Matt C'arr, Aileen 
Yelle, Rusty Keen, Dorian Mclntyre, 
Teresa Cushion, Judy Ford. 



STUDENT ALUMNI ASSOC. 

{front) Jennifer Bhatia. Angela Davis, Lory 
Gonzales, Leigh Carter, (middle) Lottie 
Bash. Allyson Shive, Jennifer Beal, Dawn 
Ahuso, Kim Hollimon. Sissy Kalil, (back) 
Jenness Simler, John Lawrence, David 
Armistead, Kacky Cole. Rosy Bahadur. 




ADULT STUDENT ASSOCIATION OFFICERS: Dorian Mclntyre: FMA. (from) Lea Brigham: Treas., Alicia Williams: Vice Pres., Carter Cheek: Pres.. 
Vice President, Tom Metcalfe: President, Lea Barton: Secretary. Davis Frye, Allen Tye, Dr. Bill Brister, (back) Dr. W alter Neely: Adviser, Jed Turner. 

Monte Sernel, Craig Doctor, Wanda Tucker: Vice Pres. MBA. Joseph Meredith: Vice 

Pres. MBA. 



Activities 



70 




Doing something 

ELjCvTrd • • • 



□ The Student Alumni 

Association gives campus 
tours, helps plan and 
provides ushers for 
Homecoming, holds 
mock interviews for 
seniors, gives out cookies 
during comps, holds a 
Scholarship Luncheon, 
and hosts a lunch for the 
Alumni Council. 

□ The Adult Student 

Association had a party 
each semester and 
sponsored a lecture by 
the CEO of Skytel about 
the Information Highway. 



CHRISTINE SWAN gives Caleb Wilford 
a reassuring hug during the Players' 
presentation of The Petrified Forest. 



□ Millsaps Players award 

winners: Freshman of the 
Year: Allana Austin; 
Backstage Award: 
Jimmy Leduc; Cameo 
Award: John Sullivan; 
Best Supporting Actress: 
Niki Lipari, The New 
York Idea; Best Support- 
ing Actor and Alpha Psi 
Omega Award: Andrew 
Libby, All's Well That 
Ends Well; Best Leading 
Actress: Christine Swan, 
The Petrified Forest; 
Best Leading Actor and 
Mitchell Award winner: 
Matt Henry, All 's Well 
That Ends Well; Best 
Show: All's Well That 
Ends Well. 




CALEB WILFORD, ANDREW LIBBY, 
and Mary Boothe share a scene during the 
Millsaps Players' production of All's Well 
That Ends Well. 



NIKI LIPARI, DAVID MORROW, Matt 
Henry, Allana Austin, and Mary Boothe 
cause quite a bit of confusion during the 
production of The New York Idea. 



ASA, SAA, FMA, Players 
71 - 






THAT'S MINK! Christina Finzel and 
Clare Brown grab candy thrown to thi' 
ground from the opened pinata during 
the Language Clubs' Christmas Party. 

CAN HE DO IT? JefT McDonald tries to 
break open the pinata during the 
Language Clubs' anual Christmas party. 





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Doing something 



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□ The Spanish Club hosted 

speakers and slide shows 
of members' trips. 

□ In October, the German 

Club celebrated German/ 
American day with a 
German/American Festi- 
val in the Grille-complete 
with posters, paraphenalia, 
German food, and slides. 



Many people attended this 
first-year event. 

□ The French Club 

watched French movies, 
picniced in the bowl, and 
had a pot-luck dinner. 



A TASTE OF FRANCE! French Club 
members enjoy a picnic in the Bowl. Club 
members feasted on French cheese, 
homemade French bread, and fresh fruit. 




Activities 
72 




FRENCH CLUB. 

(front) Michelle Benoist, Clare Brown, 
Melanie Miller, (back) Gail Buzhardt, Dr. 
Robert Kahn, Trent Favre. 




SPANISH CLUB. 

(front) Joanna Boersma, Mary Horner, 
Amelia Noble, Michelle Pate, (middle) Dr. 
Robert Quinn, Wade Jernigan, Lendy Van 
Slyke, Barbara Davis, Ivan Zamora, (bac k) 
Dr. Robert Kahn, Brice Stokes, Doug 
Redman, Will Jacks, Emily Varner. 



GERMAN CLUB. 

(front) Clare Brown, Christina Finzel, 
(back) Elise Harrell, Jeffery Phillips, Karl 
Markgraf. 



Language Clubs 
73 



CAMPUS MINISTRY TEAM. 

[front) Don Fortenherry(a/>seHO. John 
Sweeney, Dee Weems, Sister Sharon 
dumb, Davis t'rye, (middle) .Jane Shearer, 
Stacey Valentine, Renee Ciober, Kim 
Sands, Patience \\ ildenfels, Melanie Peele, 
Betsy Erwin. Michelle Milam, Carla 
Shirley, (back) Billy Watson, Gretchen 
Steen, Brad Harrelson, Mike Dale, Chris 
Price. Albert Mosley, David Euquay, 
Kackv Cole. 



MULTI CULTURAL AFFAIRS. 

Every Wednesday at noon, a diverse group 
of students and faculty gathered upstairs 
in the Student Center to discuss issues 
related to understanding cultural 
differences. There was no set membership 
in the group. 




BE AWARE! Carrie Coker puts a sticker 
on Arun Raju in front of the Americans 
with Disabilities Act Awareness booth. 
ADA Awareness Week was in April. 



CROSS CULTURAL CONNECTION. 
Vasuko Sawase, Takeshi kawarazuka. 
Kaori kawarazuka, and Nobuhiro Kondo 
show off their outfits at the CCC mixer. 



Activities 



74 




HELPING HANDS. Kim Sands, Leigh 
Melcher, Mike Dale, and Renee Gober 
put items in bags for CMT's "Unfood 
Drive." 

DRAMATIC READING. John Baker 
reads for MCA's "Passsages, Poetry, and 
Pastries." 





Doing something 

Extra 



□ More than 200 people 

participated in CMT's 
Midtown Project and 60 
students were in the 
Bailey Mentor Project. 

□ CMT sponsored an AIDS 

Awareness coffeehouse 
and a panel on violence 
with the Forum Series. 



CELEBRATING DIVERSITY. Sherryl 
Wilburn and Jay Butler answer questions 
about MCA during the Activities Fair. 



"The weekly MCA 

meetings taught me that 
all of us, although we 
come from different 
traditions and cultures, 
we have similar concerns 
and aspirations when we 
come to Millsaps, and 
our community can 
foster these dreams 
while, at the same time, 
celebrating our differences." 
-Davis Frye 



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75 



CIRCLE K. 

(front) Natalie Gilbert, Amy Balducci. 
Christina Finzel: Vice President. Angela 
Ahuja. Allison Tays, (middle) Amy 
McCain. Renee Gober, Lory Gonzales, 
Louise Parsons. Clare Brown, Michelle 
Milam. ( back ) Katy Farrell. Angela Davis. 
Kelly Mcrriman, Kristen McRae. Kerry 
Wilson, (not pictured) Joanna Boersma: 
President. Cherie Chester: Secretary, 
Lynn Pohl: Treasurer, Sarah Overman: 
Public Relations. 



HABITAT FOR HUMANITY. 

(front) Renee Gober: Nice Presiedent, 
Melanie Peele: President. Traci Beeson: 
Secretary, Dr. Connie Campbell: Faculty 
Advisor, (middle) Katy Farrell, Clare 
Brown, Cathy Booksh, Karen Chenuau, 
Kristen McRae, Emily Schaumberg, 
Jennifer Bhatia. (back) Alice Blaylock. 
Andy Brown. Lottie Bash, Adam Kirbv, 
Amy McCain, Patrick Cooper, (not 
pictured) Lori Fancher: Treasurer. Jenny 
Lindner: Fundraising. 









BRF.AKTIMF-. Dr. Campbell and a group 
of students from Habitat for Humanity 
spent Spring Break in South Carolina 
building a house for a needy family. 



MR. ALL-AROUND. Dr. Don 
Fortenberry is CMT advisor, school 
Chaplain, leads campus Bible studies and 
helps with I lahll.it for Humanity. 



Activities 



76 




PURPLE AND WHITE STAEF. (picture 
not available) Ed. -in-Chief: Andrew 
Libby; Managing Ed.: Winston Barham: 
Business Mgr.: Mario White; Faculty 
Advisor: Steve Vandcrstay; Section 
Editors: Shonda Watkins, J. P. Barrett, 
Kiese Laymon, George Mihas, Richard 
Harper, Elizabeth Young, Elton Williams, 
Veronica Davis. Shana Fondren, Tara 
Cloud, Kristen McRae, Christopher Heit; 
Staff: Eori Lambert, Chris Mims. Jay 
Butler, Todd Berryman. Chris Yount, 
Emily Crowe, Mark Armstrong, Jimmy 
Ainsworth, F'lliot Selle. 

SPRING EDITION. Purple and White 
staff members. Christopher Heit, Shonda 
Watkins, and Kiese l.aymon, stuff the 
opinion section into the spring edition of 
the Purple and White. 

YES, SIR! Purple and White editor, 
Andrew Libby, discusses an assignment 
with Kristen McRae. 





Doing something 

Extra 



□ Circle K planned and 
hosted the 1994 Circle K 
District Convention in 
March 24-25. 

□ Habitat for Humanity 

built a house on Manship 
Street with Galloway 
Methodist Church. 

SMILE! Michelle Milam works at the 
sign-up table for students and faculty to 
take their Bobashela pictures. 



□ The Purple and White 

had a controversial year. 
Publication was halted at 
Christmas by the Admin- 
istration until the staff 
could write editorial 
standards. Publication 
resumed in the spring, 
but the staff produced 
only one paper before 
running out of money. 



Circle K, Habitat for Humanity, P & W 
77 



ALL WET! Allison Carr steps back and 
uatches as kids squirt Michelle Pate at 
the Stewpot picnic. 



Doing something 

Extra 



□ FCA participated in the 
national teleconference, 
Beyond Racism. Also, 
FCA attended two state 
conferences. 

□ Catholic Campus Ministry 

held Sunday Mass twice 
a month and held an 
ecumenical Ash Wednes- 
day Service. 

_l Primetime was started 




DON'T BURN 'EM! Allvson Shive, 
Jennifer Vickery, Rachel Allgood, and 
Mary Blaine cook hotdogs for thecampus- 
wide Stewpot picnic for neighborhood 
children. 

HOW SWEET! Sarah Stanton hugs her 
new friend at the Stewpot picnic. 



by students in 1993. 
Students meet twice a 
week, once for prayer 
time and once for a time 
of Christian sharing and 
fellowship. 

J Panhellenic sponsored a 

Stewpot picnic for 
neighborhood children in 
April. The entire Millsaps 
community was invited 
to participate in the project. 




Activities 

78 



FCA. 

(front) Molly Stewart: Secretary, Kathryn 
Hughes: Executive Committee, Brian 
Huskey: President, (back) Steve Morgan, 
Chris Price, Brent Wilson: Vice President, 
Brad Madden. 



CATHOLIC CAMPUS MINISTRY. 

(front) Angela Davis, Amy Balducci, 
(middle) Murat Akdamar, Lynn Pohl, 
Christina Finzel, Chris Sullivan, Kelly 
Merriman, Rob Tenent, (back) Mark 
Armstrong, Mike Prejean, Gayle Palfrey. 




BLOWING BUBBLES. Jeanette Burke GOOD TIMES. Mary Blaine, Rachel 

and Ally son Shive watch as one of the Richardson, and Bonnie Gibson sing 

picnic guests blows bubbles while waitng during Primetime's song time. Primetime 

in line for the moon jump. had a Spring Retreat at Twin Lakes Camp. 



FCA, CCM, Stewpot, Primetime 



79 



BIKE CLUB. 

Jim Parks, Jayne Perkins, Steve King, 
Jennifer Ballard, Adam Kirby, David 
Sneed, Anne Mac.Master, David Mercer. 



KARATE CLUB. 

{front) Dr. Connie Campbell, Bill Kimmel. 
[back) Jamie Devall, Jon Woodward, 
James Foster. 



BIKKTRIP. Bike Club members prepare 
to leave for their October ride to River 
Bend on the Natchez Trace. 





ETA SIGMA PHI. 

{front) Teresa Cashion, Tina Nailery, Tom Summerford, {middle) Jenny Irons, Robyn 
Rylc, Ellen Parker, Dora Robertson, [back) Prof. Judith Krabbe, Prof. Patsy Ricks, 
Winston Barham, Aileen Yelle: President. Alice Batton, Michelle Dean. 



Activities 



80 




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■ Doing something 

i Extra . . . 



□ Bike Club members 
claim theirs is the first 
sports recreation club for 
students and staff ever 
started at Millsaps, well 
maybe. 

□ Eta Sigma Phi, the 

Greek honoray, holds an 
anual picnic. Club 
members wear togas to 
the picnic, roast a pig, 
and watch bellydancers. 

WHAM! Dr. Connie Campbell shows off 
her talent as she splits a concrete block for 
the first time. 



□ Two Karate Club 

members, Jon 
Woodward and James 
Foster, received their 
yellow belts. Dr. Connie 
Campbell, club advisor, 
has her black belt. 

□ Bike Club members 

claim to have ridden a 
total of 100,000 cumula- 
tive miles, well maybe 
only 10,000. 

GOOD JOB! Dr. Connie Campbell assists 
as James Foster splits a board for the first 
time with his hands. 




BOWL PLAY. Mike Burket, Lynette 
Ledoux, Marit Babin, Andrea McDonald, 
Emily Prejean, and Mary Kay McCarty 
perform Bacchae in the Bowl. 



ALL EYES UP FRONT! Eta Sigma Phi Schweers dances with a guest bellydancer 
members watch attentively as Tom at the anual picnic. 



Bike Club, Karate Club, Eta Sigma Phi 



81 



MATH CLUB. 

ifronl) Tifani Keith, Rogen Chhabra, 
Aimee Drott: President, Allison Tays: 
Secretary, Gayle Palfrey, ( middle) Doug 
Redman: Treasurer, Jenness Slmler. 
Michael B. Kittrell: Vice President, 
Michelle Milam, {back) Dr. Connie 
Campbell, Martha Goss, Georgia Miller, 
Gavla Dance. 



SOC. OF PHYSICS STUDENTS. 

{front) Michael B. Kittrell: President. J.J. 
Coker: Vice President, Morris Mitchell, 
Clinton Mailman. Dr. Oscar E. Pruet. 
(back)Chris Kees, Jason Borders: 
Secretary, Neal Breakfield: Treasurer, 
Tim Hopkins, Dr. Asif Khandker: 
Advisor. 



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WOMEN IN SCIENCE AND 
TECHNOLOGY. 

Chandra Conner, Shravani Kota, Astronaut 
Cady Coleman, Shannon Morgan. Beverly 
Nail, Dr. Connie Campbell. 




Activities 



82 




Doing something 

Extra 



□ Perspectives is the 
orientation program for 
new students. Students 
are divided into groups 
which meet weekly for 
ten weeks to discuss a 
variety of topics impor- 
tant to college students. 

□ Several Millsaps women 

attended the Women in 
Science and Technology 
Conference in Oak Ridge, 
TN, April 7-8. 

□ Math Club members, 

Jeff Heath, Chris Kees, 
Tifani Keith, Aimee 
Drott, Rogen Chhabra, 

OVER HERE, GUYS! Derrick Arlington 
scans the crowd for his perspectives group. 



Gayle Palfrey, Doug 
Redman, and Mike 
Kittrell competed in the 
MS-LA Sectional Con- 
ference Mathematics 
Asssociation of America 
competition in March. 

□ Perspective leaders are 

selected by a committee 
of students and faculty. 
There are three leaders 
per group and an advisor. 

□ In March, the Math Club 
hosted a guest speaker 
from Mississippi State 
Univ. Math Dept. The 
topic of discussion was 
graduate school options 
for math majors. 




WHAT A WELCOME. Lendy VanSlyke 
is greeted on her first day at Millsaps by 
perspectives leaders Lea Pickard and 
Kevin Adams. 



KEVIN KOENINGER and his mom get 
some helpful advice from Ann Hyneman 
on move-in day. 



Math Club, Physics Club, Perspectives, Women in Science and Technology 

83 



SCHOLAR ATHLETES. The highest GPA player from 
each team poses with the Halbrook trophy : Clay Johnston, 
Jeremy Litton, Tony Bell, Michelle Soho, Chris Dickson, 
Mary Margaret Nail, Russ Hawkins, Diane Carney, Matt 
Velkey, Alyson Welch, Johnny Brunini, Kathryn Hughes. 




FINE FINESSE. Freshman Amy Baier's strong point was 
her dependable ground strokes. 

NUTRITION IS A NECESSITY. Chris Lawrence and 
Will Jacks take a break between a double header. 




BE LIKE MIKE. J.T.Sanders goes for the reverse lay-up 
as Johnny Brunini makes sure he has his man blocked out. 



Sports Divider 
84 







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ICctmS of true scholar athletes 
continued to do well in competition. . . 

MillsapS received the David M. 
\ Halbrook Award for the highest graduation rate, 
at 96.1%, for student athletes 
in Mississippi. 

New Athletic Director Ron Jurney came in 
and brought a great deal of experience and 
enthusiasm to the job. 

Sophomore Kelvin Gladney was con- 
sistently ranked nationally throughout the season 
among the best football players in the 
college division. 

The women's basketball team finished a 
strong second in the conference, putting together 
a nine game winning streak in the second half of 

the season. Ever since the arrival of coach 
Cindy Hannon the program has only improved. 



The baseball team capped off the year in 
style by continuing its winning ways at the 
SCAC tournament. They brought home the 
conference trophy for the fifth year in a row 
along with Coach of the Year honors for Jim 
Page. The Player of the Year award went to 

Jeremy Litton, and Pitcher of the Year 
was Teddy Hymel. 



Moving Forward 

♦ 

Heading toward the goal 



+For the record 


Opponent 


Score 


Austin College 


30-20 


DePauw University 


45-0 


Hardm-Simmons Univ. 


14-55 


Emory & Henry College 


34-10 


Centre College 


19-20 


Colorado College 


15-42 


University of the South 


34-10 


Rhodes College 


28-24 


Trinity University 


19-21 


1 Overall 5-4 

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♦ A season of mixed results was highlighted by the 

play of junior running back Kelvin Gladney of 
Kosciusko. ♦ Gladney was named Southern 
Collegiate Athletic Conference Player of the Year 
after gaining 1494 all-purpose yards and scoring 
twenty-one touchdowns. ♦ He broke conference 
records for total points and points per game. ♦ The 
team went 2-2 in conference play, including wins 
over University of the South and Rhodes College in 
front of the home crowd. ♦ First team All-SCAC 
Players: Kelvin Gladney, Jim Allen, Fred Womack, 
Mitch Holloway, Corey Diaz. ♦ Second team All- 
SCAC: Alvin Lyles, ChuckEdwards, Will Hall, Wyn 
Hoover, Richard Chandler. ♦ Honorable Mention 
All-SCAC: Brian Huskey, Colby Jubenville, Jason 
McCormick, Chris Stant. 





♦ LINEUP. The defensive line gave ♦ GANG TACKLE. Special teams 
up only 119 yards per game rushing. defenders held opposing teams to 

just 12 yards per punt return. 




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♦ INTO GOOD HANDS. Kacy 
Presley watches Kelvin Gladney 
head into the line. Gladney averaged 
six yards per carry and gained over 
1200 yards rushing in the nine-game 



♦ COMING THROUGH. Senior 
Richard Chandler scored three 
touchdowns and picked up 371 
rushing yards on the season. 



















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♦ FOOTBALL, (front) Authur Johnson, Chris Walker, Jeffery Doolit t le, Corey Diaz, Thomas Temple, Jason McCormick, Kelvin Gladney,Kacy Presley, 
Ashton Randall, Clay Johnston, (2ndrow)Bill Dreher, Hercules Gray, Chuck Edwards, Daniel Nix, Bailey Meeks, Neal Zeber, Ron Dupuis, Ryan Stuprich, 
Tony Dixon, Will Hall, (3rd row) Andy Crotwell, Troy Hilton, Johnny Daves, Ken Ball, Richard Chandler, Brian Huskey, Ryan Short, Fred Womack, Chris 
Voigt, Alvin Lyles, (4th row) Kyle Caswell, Josh Trapp, Jason Mogabgab, Brian Steelman, Chris Stant, John Larrys, Doug White, Wendall Harris, Wyn 
Hoover, Jim Allen, (5th row) Trey Thorsen, DeMatt Harkins, Ross Bourgeois, Chris Miller, Colby Jubenville, Brian Welcher, Kevin Ryder, Stuart Smith, 
Shawn Demeritt, Phil Hartness, (6th row) Jeremy Moore, Chris Minshaw, J.T. Sanders, Mikhail Tassi, Clinton Mayes, Mitch Holloway, Ashley Hansford, 
Molly Stewart, Buster Wright, Cowboy Skinner, (back) Joe Don Samples, Jim Page, Head Coach Tommy Ranager, Joe Andrews. Bill Raphael. 



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♦ BRAVING THE COLD. The 
cheerleaders planned a giant party 
for the Homecoming game, but cold 
weather kept most people away. 



♦ MARCT SONGCHAROEN said 
that she was grateful for the lAE's 
who came out to the football games 
and cheered all the time. 




♦ FOOTBALL CHEERLEADERS, {front) Mohua Hazra, Kim Kanary. Caleb Wilford. Heather Lott. Amanda 
O' Kelly, (back) Nan Frascogna, Paul Gordon, Tiffani Keith. Major (Hagi Bradley), Marci Songcharoen, Kevin 
Koeninger, Aimee Lacallade. 



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88 




In The Spirit 



Fresh faces 

♦ r or the first time, the cheerleader squad included 
freshmen, and they brought with them energy and 
talent fresh from their days in high school. ♦ The 
group also attended a summer cheerleader camp for 
the first time and received a superior squad trophy. ♦ 
They planned one pep rally for the Bowl, but rain 
forced them into the cefeteria during lunch. ♦ They 
practiced at least twice a week, and there was a 
different group of male students each week who wanted 
to join in as cheerleaders. ♦ Kim Kanary thought the 
guys made practice more fun. ♦ Marci Songcharoen 
said that the hardest but most fun thing about practice 
was attempting to stunt. ♦ The cheerleader program 
was turned over to the athletic department because 
cheerleading, with its dancing and gymnastics, was 
now seen as a sport instead of just a rah-rah activity on 
the sidelines. 



♦ MEGA CHEER. Paul Gordon 
gets a megaphone volume boost. 



♦ BASKETBALL CHEERLEADERS, {front) Mohua Hazra, Tifani Keith, 
Aimee Lacallade, Kim Kanary, (back) Patrick Cooper, Amanda O'Kelly, 
Donielle Marse, Meredith Ozier, John Farrell, (not pictured) Heather Lott, 
Chris Sullivan, Paul Gordon, Caleb Williford. 

♦ SPIRIT BREAK. Basketball 
cheerleaders liven up a timeout. 



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♦ KEEPAWAY. Sophomore 
defender Susan Russell started all 
fourteen games in the regular season. 

♦ JUNIOR MIDFIELDER Susan 
Kasperbauer was the leading scorer 
with nine goals, and she also had 
four assists. 





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♦ WOMEN'S SOCCER, (front) Stephanie Zeber, Kerry Wilson, Lisa Waskom, Chris Sullivan, Carrie Coker, 
(middle) Susan Kasperbauer, Susan Russell, Halley Austin, Jodi Gates, Kim Budde, (back) Michele Soho: captain, 
Charlie Nesbitt, Mary Robbin Harris: captain, Melanie Miller: mgr., Nicole Soho. 



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90 




Getting Close 

♦ 

A family affair 



♦ One good thing about the team this year, according 
to leading scorer Susan Kasperbauer, was that everyone 
got along really well and had a lot of fun. ♦ Road 
trips gave them a chance to get really close. ♦ One 
time on the way to New Orleans, someone in the lead 
van figured out that they were going to be late for the 
game. ♦ So they pulled over at a rest stop and threw 
a bag of uniforms over to the other van and told 
everyone to get dressed. ♦ Getting dressed at 65 
m.p.h. is truly a bonding experience. ♦ The team 
members felt like a family, especially since there 
were two sets of sisters on the team: Michele and 
Nicole Soho and Susan and Jamie Kasperbauer. ♦ 
Most of the team will be returning next year, but they 
will lose seniors Michele Soho, goalkeeper Mary 
Robin Harris, and Molly Nichols. 




+For the record 

Opponent Score 

Principia College 0-0 

Agnes Scott College 3-0 

Loyola University 2-0 

Lambuth College 3-3 

Trinity University 0-6 

Augsburg College 0-1 
Southwestern (Texas) Univ. 4-1 

Oglethorpe University 1-2 

University of the South 0-1 

Hendrix College 4-0 

LaGrange College 6-1 

Rhodes College 0-5 

Centenary College 0-10 

Centre College 2-1 

Overall 6-6-2 

All-Conference 

First team: Susan Kasperbauer 

Second team.Jamie Kasperbauer 




♦ FRESHMAN SWEEPER Halley 
Austin protects the ball during a 
spring tournament game. 



♦ SETTING UP. Chris Sullivan 
gets ready to take a shot. 



♦ BREAK TIME. The team 
regroups and rehy drates at halftime. 






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♦ HARD SHOT. Nathan Guice 
blasts a shot at the defenders. Nathan 
scored seven goals on forty-eight 
shots and had one assist to lead the 
team with Fifteen total points. 



♦ HEADING FOR THE GOAL. 
Josh Farley sets up for a shot against 
Trinity. He made the shot from 
twenty yards out for his first 
collegiate goal. 




Great Start 



And some tough breaks 



+For the record 


Opponent 


Score 


Prmcipia College 


3-0 


Austin College 


2-0 


Trinity University 


2-3 


LSU-Shreveport 


6-2 


Oglethorpe 


2-5 


University of the South 


0-4 


Dallas Baptist University 


4-0 


Hendrix College 


2-3 


LaGrange College 


1-2 


Florida Institute of Tech. 


0-13 


Webber College 


2-1 


Florida Southern College 


1-5 


Rhodes College 


0-5 


Centre College 


1-2 


Mississippi College 


1-3 


Overall 5-10 





Rhodes Invitational Tourn. - 1st 



♦ Once again Nathan Guice led the team in scoring, 
closely followed by Captain Lee Mitchell. ♦ The 
season started off well when the team won the 
championship at the Rhodes Invitational Tournament. 

♦ Goalkeeper Jon Huber had two shutouts in the 
tournament, but he was injured in the last ten minutes 
of the final game. ♦ The injury kept him out of 
action for the rest of the season, and his goalkeeping 
skills were sorely missed. ♦ Tony Bell and David 
Parnell had to fill in as goalkeepers after that. ♦ 
Several other key injuries slowed the team, but 
Coach David Forsyth credited Monte Sernel, J.J. Coker, 
Andy Kuhn, Willem Bermel, Tony Bell, Stephen 
Crochet, Josh Farley, Morgan Browne, Steve Morgan 
and Jamie Howell with performing well under pressure. 

♦ Second team All-Conference: J.J. Coker. ♦ 
Honorable Mention All-Conference: Willem 
Bermel, Lee Mitchell, Monte Sernel. 





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♦ MEN'S SOCCER, t/ronf,) David 
Parnell, Bill Bailey, Gary Matthews, 
Jon Huber, Gerald Coker, Jamie 
Howell, Steve Morgan, Billy 
Charbonnet, (back) Brice Stokes, 
Chris Stokes, Monte Sernel: captain, 
Tony Bell, Nathan Guice, Andy 
K u h n. Willem Bermel, Coach David 
Forsythe, Lee Mitchell, Beaux 
McCormick, Stephen Crochet, John 
Chadeayne. 




♦ FOUL! Billy Bailey gets pulled 
down by the Trinity player. 

♦ J.T. COKER goes for the ball. 
J.T. started in all fourteen games. 



♦ CELEBRATE! Willem Bernel(9) 
and Steve Morgan* 16) join Josh 
Farley in celebrating his first goal. 
Josh ended up with three goals for 
the season. 



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♦ UP FRONT. Steve Morgan and 
Amanda O'Kelly head up the hill 
along Northwest Street which was 
part of the tw o-mile training course. 

♦ COMING ROUND THE BEND. 
Diane Carney placed 19th in a meet 
at USM and then 1st at Delta State. 
Elizabeth Callaway, coming up 
behind Diane, was the Most 
Improved on the women's team and 
had the fastest SK time of 21:02. 




♦ RUNNING WITH THE PACK. 
Billy Michot, Team Captain Kerk 
Mehrle, Charlie Diel, Steve Morgan 
and Matt Velkey move past the old 
Observatory. 



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♦ STRETCHES. Steve Morgan gets ♦ UPHILL. Gen Shepherd had a 
ready to run. 15th place finish at Mississippi 

College and a 4th at Rhodes College. 



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Go The Distance 

♦ 

Training for the big race 



♦ r or the Millsaps cross country runner, only one 
thing mattered: the Conference meet. ♦ In the ten 
weeks from the start of school to the Conference meet, 
it was that one day for which each runner trained. ♦ 
There were scheduled meets, but they were little 
more than opportunities to train, to gain racing 
experience for the one race that would matter. ♦ It 
was ten weeks of hard work and persistence, with 
good days and bad, injuries and upsets, but it paid off 
with improvement. ♦ By the time of the Conference 
meet, most runners turned in their best performances. 

♦ Billy Michot followed up five top twenty finishes 
during the season with a 5th place at Conference. ♦ 
He also was the Most Valuable Runner on the men's 
team and had the fastest time of the year at 27:05 for 
8K. ♦ Gabrielle Sciortino was Most Valuable on the 
women's team. ♦ All Southern Collegiate Athletic 
Conference: Elizabeth Callaway, Billy Michot. 



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Fall, 1993 Meets 




Women 


Men 


USM 7th 


5th 


NLU 5th 


7th 


Delta State 2nd 


2nd 


Rhodes 2nd 


3rd 


Miss. College 2nd 


2nd 


SCAC 3rd 


5th 


Fall, 1992 Meets 




Women 


Men 


USM 9th 


14th 


Delta State 1 st 


3rd 


Rhodes 2nd 


5th 


Millsaps 1st 


1st 


SCAC 4th 


6th 


Fall, 1991 Meets 




Women 


Men 


USM 6th 


9th 


Rhodes 2nd 


4th 


Univ. of Miss. 4th 


6th 


Miss. College 4th 


4th 


SCAC 2nd 


6th 




♦ OFF THE BEATEN PATH. Matt 
Velkey worked out three times a 
week in the spring to stay in shape 
for the season in the fall. 



♦ MEN'S AND WOMEN'S CROSS COUNTRY, (front) Gen Shepherd, Elizabeth Callaway, Amanda O'Kelly, 
Diane Carney, (back) Billy Michot, Charlie Diel, Steve Morgan, Matt Velkey, (not pictured) James Starnes, Oliver 
Scoggin, Gabrielle Sciortino,Nan Frascogna, Team Captain Kate Hawthorne, Team Captain Kerk Mehrle, Coach 
Cindy Hannon, Coach Todd Munch. 



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Cross Country 
95 



Second Season 

♦ 

Keeping up with the big dogs 



♦ For the record 

Opponent Score 

Hendnx College 2-3 

Stillman College 3-0 

Lambuth College 1-3 

Belmont College 0-3 

Lambuth College 0-2 

Belmont College 0-2 

Mississippi College 0-3 

Rhodes College 0-3 

Trinity University 0-3 

Hendnx College 2-3 

LaGrange College 1-3 

Lambuth College 2-3 

LaGrange College 1-3 

Mississippi College 0-3 

Fisk University 3-0 

Centre College 0-3 

Univ. of the South 1-3 

Oglethorpe University 0-3 

Christian Brothers Univ. 0-2 

Hendnx College 0-2 

Maryville College 0-2 

Asbury College 0-2 

Oglethorpe College 0-2 

Taccoa Falls College 2-0 

Agnes Scott College 0-2 

Spellman College 0-2 

Hendrix College' 0-3 

Rhodes College* 0-3 

Oglethorpe University* 0-3 

Univ. of the South* 1-3 

Fisk University' 3-0 
'SCAC Tournament 

Overall 4-27 



♦ C-oming off of its first year of existence, the 
volleyball team started off fresh. ♦ Combining a 
team that included four first year collegiate players, 
the talent on the team surprised all competition and 
spectators. ♦ Despite early difficulties and changes, 
the team showed tremendous improvement and added 
the first everconferencewinfortherecordbooks. ♦The 
team exceeded expectations and had a chance to show 
off during the conference championship. ♦ Not only 
did the team prove they were versatile, but they 
showed that they could compete with programs that 
had been around much longer. ♦ With four of six 
starters returning, including the setter and three power 
hitters, the team hopes to start off strong next season. 

♦ Coach Clark is excited about the coming year with 
what she expects to gain from a success in recruiting 
and stresses that a fundamentally stronger team is 
undoubtably what it will take to get this young program 
off it's feet. ♦SCAC All Conference Honorable 
Mention: Susan Hearn. 




♦ SHUT UP AND SERVE! Lauren 
Long lead in points with a serving 
record of 46 of 57. 

♦ TEAMWORK! Susan Hearn goes 
for the kill, as Angie Hood is ready 
for any dink. 



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♦ "MOVE!" yells Gigi Haydel as 
she prepares to attack a ball set by 
Angie Hood. Gigi led the team with 
161 kills. Angie finished the year on 
top with 316 assists. 



♦ KATHRYN HUGHES stays 
intense as she puts one over. 
Katherine also finished the season 
with the greatest number of blocks. 

♦ CAN YOU DIG IT? Captain of 
the team, Susan Hearn, definitely 
proved she could time after time. 




♦ VOLLEYBALL, (front) Karen Chenuau, Amy Smith, Gretchen Scribner, (back) Coach Erin Clark, Gigi Haydel, 
Kathryn Hughes, Barbara Ann Broyles, Lauren Long, (not pictured) Susan Hearn, Cathy Booksh, Angie Hood, 
Millie Noble, Renee Coffey. 



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97 



Looking Ahead 

♦ 

To a little more seasoning 

♦ In a conference of teams loaded with experience, 
the men's basketball team started the season with only 
five people returning from '93 and only two with more 
than a year of college experience. ♦ Point guard 
Brent Wilson was the only Senior, and four of the five 
returning lettermen were guards. ♦ Nine members of 
the team were freshmen, getting their first taste of 
college competition. ♦ AH this made for a tough year 
on the court, especially in close games. ♦ The Majors 
actually scored more points altogether than their 
opponents for the season, and they grabbed more 
rebounds. ♦ They made a higher percentage of their 
shots from the field, both inside and outside the three- 
point line than all their opponents combined. ♦ 
However, they lost nine games by less than ten points, 
including a one-point loss to Sewanee and a two-point 
loss to Fisk. ♦ Honorable Mention All-Southern 
Collegiate Athletic Conference: Johnny Brunini, 
J.T. Sanders. 



+For the record 


Opponent 


Score 


LeTourneau 


80-62 


Southwestern 


71-79 


Wesley 


97-59 


Webster 


77-76 


Blackburn 


73-61 


Stillman 


78-66 


LSU-Shreveport 


63-72 


Wesley 


103-58 


Hendrix 


93-99 


Trinity 


79-84 


Sewanee 


67-76 


Oglethorpe 


77-89 


Fisk 


88-90 


Centre 


72-87 


Rhodes 


76-86 


Hendrix 


84-74 


Trinity 


84-74 


Fisk 


96-90 


Centre 


87-98 


Sewanee 


84-85 


Oglethorpe 


76-87 


Rhodes 


93-102 


Overall 10-15 






♦ Basketball, {front) Chris Murphy. Johnny Brunini, Cordon Richardson, Aaron Collins, John Garber, Doug 
Schmitt, Brad Price, (back) Coach Matt Mitchell, Tate Reeves, J.T. Sanders, Santonio Berry, Ryan Casey, Brad Ball. 
Benjie l.eleux, Brent Wilson. Coach John Stroud. 



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♦ JOHNNY BRUNINI takes a shot 
in the ten-point home win over 
Trinity. Johnny averaged scoring 
15.3 points per game. 




♦ JOHN GARBER was second on 
the team in rebounding with almost 
six per game, and he averaged 
scoring ten points each game. 



♦ J.T. SANDERS looks for the open 
man. He had 97 assists on the season 
while still scoring fifteen points per 
game. 



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99 



Close Second 

♦ 

Coming on strong 



+For the record 


Opponent 


Score 


Southwestern 


64-51 


LSU-Shreveport 


70-56 


Emory 


62-76 


Judson 


90-81 


Fontbonne 


65-47 


Knox 


67-68 


MUW 


76-84 


Blue Mountain 


70-59 


Southwestern 


68-80 


LSU-Shreveport 


71-78 


Hendnx 


54-78 


Trinity 


69-59 


Sewanee 


63-46 


Oglethorpe 


93-66 


Fisk 


95-41 


Centre 


69-66 


Rhodes 


84-55 


Hendnx 


75-67 


Trinity 


67-51 


Fisk 


77-40 


Centre 


56-60 


Sewanee 


71-56 


Oglethorpe 


81-63 


Emory 


67-77 


Rhodes 


59-60 


Overall 16-9 





♦ Practice, practice, practice - two to three hours a 
day, six days a week. ♦ And it all paid off in the end. 

♦ The season didn't look so good at first. ♦ The 
team started out losing several games before 
Christmas and then went on a winning streak. ♦ More 
than half the people on the team were freshmen, and 
there were only four people returning from last year. 

♦ Despite this they managed to pull up into a tie for 
first in the conference going into the last game of the 
season. ♦ They lost that last game at Rhodes by just 
one point and ended up second in the conference. ♦ 
Coach Cindy Hannon was named Co-Coach of the 
Year in the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference. 

♦ First Team All-Conference: Alyson Welch. ♦ 
Second Team All-Conference: Felicia Lofton. ♦ 
Honorable Mention All-Conference: Molly Stewart, 
Mary Helen Wall. 




♦ WAITING. Mary Robin Harris 
started 22 out of the 25 games in the 
season. 



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♦ PASSING OFF. Alyson Welch the team in shooting percentage, 
was Most Valuable Player and led assists and steals. 



Sports 

100 



♦ GETTING POSITION. Molly 
Stewart started all 25 games, 
averaged over 50% from the field 
and had 6.9 rebounds per game. 



♦ LOOKING FOR THE SHOT. 
Kim Weaver takes a shot in the 67- 
51 win against Trinity. 




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♦ WOMEN'S BASKETBALL, (front) Carla Webb, Mary Robin Harris, Allison Ammann, Kim Weaver, Molly 
Stewart, Mary Helen Wall, Felicia Lofton, (back) Susan Hearn, Gina Griffin, Carmen Grubbs, Alyson Welch, 
Michelle Moss, Leah Smith, Lauren Long, Angie Hood, Gretchen Scribner, Melissa Cleary, Coach Cindy Hannon. 



Women's Basketball 



101 



champs Again 

♦ 

Gunning for the fivepeat 



+For the record 

Opponent 



Emory University 
Emory University 
Loyola University 
Loyola University 
Washington University 
Washington University 
Loyola University 
Loyola University 
Trinity University 
Trinity University 
Trinity University 
Haverford College 
Hendrix College 
Hendnx College 
Hendrix College 
Trinity University 
Trinity University 
Trinity University 
LSU-Shreveport 
LSU-Shreveport 
Rhodes College 
Rhodes College 
Illinois Wesleyan Universi 
Hendrix College 
Hendrix College 
Hendrix College 
Millikin University 
Rhodes College 
Rhodes College 
Rhodes College 
LSU-Shreveport 
LSU-Shreveport 
Emory University 
Southwestern University 
Emory University 
Centre College* 
Trinity University* 
Trinity University* 
* Conference tournament 
Overall 26-12 



Score 

0-1 

0-1 
3-6 

15-11 
3-4 
8-6 
2-1 
3-4 

6-11 
13-12 

13-4 
8-5 

23-7 

11-8 
6-5 
3-2 
8-4 
2-0 
11-10 
5-7 
14-16 
6-2 
3-2 

12-8 
6-0 
7-6 
4-7 

11-8 
8-9 
4-5 

13-1 
3-1 
4-3 
0-4 

10-5 
4-0 

13-2 
16-10 



♦ I he goal of the baseball team was to win a fifth 
consecutive championship in the Southern Collegiate 
Athletic Conference. ♦ And they did just that, 
breaking a thirty-one year old record for consecutive 
conference championships. ♦ The team finished with 
over twenty wins for the fourth year in a row and 
established themselves as one of the top teams in the 
South Region. ♦ Seniors Jeremy Litton and Brian 
Oberlies led the team in hitting with an average of 
.366 each, and Litton shared the home-run lead with 
Jeff Niolet at five for the season. ♦ The team batting 
average was .304. ♦ The pitching staff was led by 
Sophomore Teddy Hymel, who went 11-1 with an 
ERA of 2.43 and two saves. ♦ Pitchers John Mercer, 
Jeff Niolet, Chris Lawrence and Todd Reese also 
had winning records. ♦ All-Conference Coach of the 
Year: Jim Page. ♦All-Conference Player of the Year: 
Jeremy Litton. ♦ All-Conference Pitcher of the Year: 
Teddy Hymel. ♦First team All-Conference: Teddy 
Hymel, Jeremy Litton, Peter Austin, Eric Hanbury, 
Chris Lawrence, Brian Oberlies. ♦ Honorable 
Mention All-Conference: Kirk Kinard, Jeff Niolet. 





♦ ONE THE RUN. Third baseman/ 
pitcher Teddy Hymel cuts off the 
ground ball in front of shortstop and 
throws the runner out on first. 

♦ BEARING DOWN. Jeff Niolet 
had a 5-2 record with a 2.88 ERA. 



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♦ EYE ON THE BALL. Freshman 
Peter Austin gets one of his 31 hits. 
He batted .301, and his RBI total of 
28 tied him with Jeremy Litton. 
Sophomore Kirk Kinard led the team 
in RBI's with 36. 




♦ CHAMPIONSHIPTRADITION. 
Seniors Will Jacks and Jeremy 
Litton at front and Eric Hanbury, 
Chad Walberg and Brian Oberlies 
in the rear pose for the cover of the 
press guide with the conference 
championship trophies from the last 
four years. 

♦ OUT AT THE PLATE. Catcher 
Chris Lawrence makes the tag to 
preserve a one-run win against 
Trinity. 



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♦ BASEBALL, (front) Yoshi Yamada, Shane Tompkins, Eric Hanbury, Ashley Dalton, Robert Dews, Brian 
Oberlies, Will Jacks, Michael Prejean, (middle) Chad Walberg, Charlie Malouf, Ron Bartlett, Chris Lawrence, 
David Shelton, Kirk Kinard, Jeff Niolet, Jason Mogabgab, (back) Teddy Hymel, John Mercer, Peter Austin, Coach 
Steve Hancock, Head Coach Jim Page, Tripp Gillespie, Todd Reese, Jeremy Litton. 



Baseball 
103 



Stepping Up 

♦ 

When times are tough 



+For the record 


Opponent 


Score 


Spring Hill 


1-8 


Mississippi Valley State 


6-3 


Pnncipia 


1-8 


Rhodes 


1-8 


Mississippi College 


3-6 


Louisiana College 


5-4 


Spring Hill 


0-7 


Rhodes* 


0-9 


Fisk* 


4-5 


Centre" Loss 


- default 


* Conference tournament 




Overall 2-8 





♦ With injuries to several upperclass women, the 
team depended on three good freshmen - Amy Baier, 
Jeanette Burke, and Anna Catherine Monteith. ♦ 
Coach Matt Mitchell said, '"Amy is a really good 
player. She's reliable and had very solid groundstrokes. 
She got off to a 4-0 start at the beginning of the season. 
Jeanette was our best volleyer and was very 
experienced." ♦ At the end of the season, nothing 
went well at the conference tournament. ♦After 
losing the first match to Fisk by a close score of 5-4, 
two members of the the team got sick and had to spend 
the night in the hospital. 




♦ SETTING UP. Senior Susan 
Hcarn runs down a shot in the 
backhand corner. 

♦ PUTAWAY. Amy Baier went 5-3 
as the number one and two singles 
player. 




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♦ PREPARATION. Jeanette Burke 
had a 3-3 singles record and a 2-1 
doubles record when teamed up with 
Anna Kathryn Monteith. 



♦ TAKING IT EASY. Mary Horner 
moves out to hit a running forehand. 

♦ INTENSITY. Anna Kathryn 
Monteith usually played #2 or #3 
singles. 




♦ WOMEN'S TENNIS. Coach Matt Mitchell, Susan Hearn, Jeanette Burke, Anna Kathryn Monteith, Amy Baier, 
Mary Horner, Hale Cayirli. 



Women's Tennis 



105 



Eye on the Prize 

♦ 

Against tough competition 



+For the record 



Opponent 

William Carey 

Spring Hill 

Livingston 

Mississippi College 

Mississippi Valley State 

Rhodes 

Mississippi Valley State 

Rust 

Mississippi College 

Sewanee 

Oglethorpe 

Rhodes 

Centre 

William Carey 

Spring Hill 

Rhodes* 

Fisk* 

Oglethorpe' 

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Score 

0-9 
Win-Forfeit 
0-9 
7-2 
9-0 
0-9 
6-0 
2-7 
7-2 
0-9 
0-9 
2-5 
2-5 
0-9 
0-9 
4-5 
9-0 
3-6 



Overall 6-12 



♦ With no seniors and just one junior , the tennis 
team attacked a schedule full of schools with 
scholarship players. ♦ Some of the schools were even 
in Division I. ♦ Junior Charlie Diel had his second 
good year in a row on the team, posting a winning 
singles record even against the stiff competition. ♦ As 
the team made its way through the season, they had 
more success against schools their own size and peaked 
at the end, just in time for the conference tournament. 

♦ Freshman David Parnell won all three of his 
matches there. ♦ The team lost a close first match 5-4 
against Rhodes, the eventual third place team. ♦ Then 
they lost a hard-fought match 6-3 to Oglethorpe to end 
the year. ♦ First team All-SCAC: David Parnell. 





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♦ AT THE NET. Charlie Diel plays 
back the forehand volley after 
coming to the net behind his serve. 

♦ READY. Ashton Randall takes a 
break between two Sunday 
afternoon matches. 




♦ MEN'S TENNIS, (front) Coach Matt Mitchell, David Parnell, Ashton Randall, Kris Dickson, [back) Vincent 
Glorioso, Knox Boteler, Will Huguet, Coach Pratt Lewis, Charlie Diel, {not pictured) John Hill. 

♦ LOOKING UP. Sophomore Kris 
Dickson winds up on the forehand. 



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* ROUGHING IT. Brian Tillman ♦ MOVING INTO THE BALL. 
punches a wedge out of the tall stuff Russ Haw kins hits a practice drive 
and back toward the green. before a match at Deerfield. 




♦ LOOKING AT THE LINE. Scott 
Bogan figures out the break on a 
putt. 



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New Swingers 

♦ 

Looking for the groove 



♦ After winning the conference championship in 
'93, the golf team had a down year with only two 
people returning from that championship team. ♦ 
This was the first year for Coach John Stroud to work 
with the golf team, and he had trouble consistently 
getting enough players to make a team. ♦ Junior 
Russ Hawkins was one of the returning players, and 
he led the team with a 78.6 scoring average and a best 
round of 75 . ♦ Hawkins finished fourth in the SCAC 
Tournament with a two-round total of 162 over the 
Pete Dye designed course at the Atlanta National Golf 
Club. ♦ Daniel Scearce had an 84.3 average and a 
low round of 80 in the match against Sewanee. ♦ The 
team practiced and played their home matches at 
Deerfield Country Club north of Jackson. 



+For the record 


Match 


Place 


Sewanee 


2nd 


Shelton St. Invitational 


8th 


Rhodes 


3rd 


Belhaven 


2nd 


SCAC Tournament 


7th 




♦ GOLF, (front) Brian Tillman, Russ Hawkins, Scott Bogan, (back) David Cook, Coach John Stroud. 



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♦ PLAYING THE FIELD. Elizabeth ♦UNDERPRESSURE. KA Jason 

Callaway catches the ground ball before Ledbetter rears back to throw over the 
throwing the runner out at first. IAE rush and avoid the sack. 




♦ PLANS. Seniors Mar)' Robin Hams 
and Gretchen Scribner check the 
calenderwith VenitaMitchell. Director 
of Campus Recreation. Mary Robin 
and Gretchen helped out with the 
intramural program throughout their 
four years. 

♦ DROPPING BACK. Chris Price 
looks downfield for the open man. 




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♦ HOT PURSUIT. KA Marci 
Songcharoen tries to catch AAA Carla 
Talluto on one of her runs around the 
end before she reaches the goal line. 





In Play 

♦ 

Sports for all 

♦ Over half of the student population participated 
in the intramural sports program at some time during 
the year. ♦ Team sports such as soccer, softball, flag 
football and volleyball were most popular; over twenty 
teams entered the basketball competition alone. ♦ 
New events for the year were the Schick 3 on 3 
basketball tournament and Fittest Man and Woman 
competition. ♦ This was the first year for women to 
play soccer for points and handball was introduced to 
women this year in hopes that next year it can be 
played for points also. ♦ Venita Mitchell was named 
Director of Campus Recreation, where she also 
supervised the Karate Club, the Cycling Club, and 
Aerobics. ♦ Tri Delta and Kappa Alpha won the 
trophy for the most points throughout the year, and 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon and Phi Mu won the 
Sportmanship awards. 




♦ BIG SWINGER. Felicia Lofton ♦ SPORTSMANSHIP. The Xfi's 
takesatumatbatforfheOM'sonahot and the KA's end the game with a 
Sunday afternoon. friendly handshake. 



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ALL FOR THE KIDS. Susan Fancher, 
Shannon Rogers, Martha Barron Bishop 
and Kim Sands watch as Allyson Shive 
dares to taste the lemonade at the Stewpot 
Picnic sponsored by Panhellenic. 



PHONE-A-THON. d>M's Kendal Murphy, 
Dee Alexander, Rachel Allgood, Rowan 
McCormick and Margaret Cross work hard 
at the annual phone-a-thon. Their group 
was awarded $250 for raising the most 
money. 

STANDING PROUD. Members of the IAE 
fraternity gather for the ground-breaking 
ceremony of their new house. 






JAM SESSION. Members of the I~IKA 
fraternity try to get their mind off the heat. 



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OnCC again the Greek society 

demonstrated a stong influence on 

student life. . . 

Rush came earlier and was set up to take place 
two weeks before fall break. 

AILvy was added to the established 
Greek system. 

The sororities and fraternities continued with the 
tradition of making floats for Homecoming. 

As usual the Greeks had swaps with 
exotic themes. 

RllSh was going through a transition 

period. They had fewer nights of formal 

parties, and the process did not take as long. 

The Phone-a-thon and Intramurals were 
competitive as ever. 



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PANHELLENIC. 

Panhellenic set the rules for 
rush. They organized a rushee 
picnic with the children from 
the Stewpot and awarded two 
scholarships. 

(front )K\m berel y Wallace, Jean 
Grayson, Natalie Gilbert, Susan 
Fancher, {back)Mary Blaine, 
Amy Ethridge, Rana Brock: 
President. 



RHO CHI'S. 

Rush counselors worked with 
groups of rushees as they went 
through rush. 

(front)Jodi Gates, Jennifer 
McHenry, Amy Petro, Susan 
Arick, (2nd ro>f)Cora Gee: 
Chair, Nellie Mihas, McCullough 
Moyse, Kathryn Bond, [3rd 
roH>)Louise Parsons, Susan 
Russell, Melanie Miller, 
(Z>ac/c)Betsy Erwin, Candee 
Clary, Morgan Richardson, 
Barbara Davis. 




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IFC. 

IFC helped sponsor the Friday 
night activities during Major 
Madness. They also helped to 
organize rush. 

(/ro«/)Michael Wood: V.P. 
Finances, Derek Arrington: 
President, Rogen Chhabra: V.P. 
Public Relations, Oliver Scoggin: 
V.P. Programming, (middle) 
Forrest Nesbitt, Derek Whitwer, 
Darin Britt, Wil Hallford, Dugue 
Daigle, (ftacAjWill Simmons, Beau 
Arceneaux, Greg Betz, Chris 
Miller, (not pictured)Hunt 
Graham: V.P.Rush. 



Order of Omega. 

Order of Omega is a scholarship 
honorary for Greeks. 
(front)Man Chiemprabha: Sec./ 
Treas., Dee Weems, Scott Murphy, 
(back)C\are Brown, Lynn Pohl, 
Kathryn Bond. 



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Alpha Kappa Alpha 




AKA 



Keep the 20 pearls sacred ... in a bad mood? o.k.-click . . . there's an alarm 
at the door . . . what did I do with my matches? ... it's cold in here . . . friend 
of a friend . . . He's alright, but I should have married my ex . . . Teresa is 
going to be O.K. ... I Feel Good . . . fried alligator . . . DON'T LET THE IVY 
DIE . . . they're filthy . . . AC 335 . . . alpha, beta, gamma . . . AKA is DEEP . . 
. PUSH, PADDLE, KICK, CRAWL ... By culture and by merit . . . SKEEEE 
WEE . . . pinkie finger . . . Supreme in service to all mankind . . . The 
MOVING SPIRIT . . . Sweet Sixteen ... I can't decide, the looks or the ring? . 
. . LAMBDA IOTO IS BACK . . . beware of the nice ones ... I am so shame . 
. tore up from the floor up . . . April 24, 1 994 ... do you know whose keys 
these are . . . we are Siamese if you please . . . April 23, 1994 . . . you can tell 
me, I pledged too . . . The Inkwell . . . somebody did their homework . . . did 
you get enough sleep? ... tea roses and ivy . . ." I just can't trust you ". . . 
Quanako, VA . . . potato salad . . . my bed is calling me . . . Washington, D.C. . 
. . ya'll eat like birds . . . cross those burning sands . . . love doesn't necessarily 
come in a suit . . . now let's not generalize . . . but you didn't hear that from me 
. . . another one comes by every 15 minutes ... the first wedding in the new 
chapel . . . scum of the earth ... my BLOOD is PINK and GREEN . . . 
CONGRATULATIONS SOROR . . . Spring 94. 



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Alpha Kappa Alpha. 

Lakeysha Greer, Kutenia Tate, Vickie 

Coleman, (not pictured) Shonda Watkins. 



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Chi Omega 




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Events: 

Blood Drive 
Easter Egg Hunt 
Advent Devotion Book 
Stew Pot 

Chi-0 Read-A-Loud 
Whispering Pines Halloween Party 

Campus Activities and Organizations: 
SBA 
CMT 

Omicron Delta Kappa 
Habitat for Humanity 
Cheerleading 
Soccer 
Basketball 
Tennis 

Cross Country 
SAA 
Circle K 



We know what that's for . . . Chillin' with Church's . . . Betty Bonneville . . . 
Your key is hangin' out of the ignition,is that o.k? . . . $9.08, please . . . 
Don't anybody mess with my baby oil . . . fruit rings, best when pur- 
chased by Dec. '92 . . . Muggins has been violated . . . What's that 
security number? ... I'm gonna get my stungun ... It slid off my greasy 
nose . . . Good Gosh the bread toast roast ... I'm sleeping on the 1 1th 
floor with the girls . . . PENTHOUSE ... Mr. Murry . . . Marble floors 
and a spiral staircase . . . lemon , anyone? . . . Bowlslamming . . . The 

B Bandwagon ... so there I was . . . abandon the buggy . . . lemon 

teeth . . . Are ya' gonna pass? . . . WORD ... I like the bob . . .Thanks 
Gretchen-CUT . . . Don't say I didn't warn ya' . . . Nothing to see here, 
must disperse . . . Packin' the Senate . . . Deer ... Is Michael there? . . . 
Time Bomb ... I SAID . . . Krispy Kreme ... La Nariz ... I told you so 
. . . Here's to you, here's to me . . . Where's the spray? . . . Award of 
Excellence . . . Stop in the name of love ... I have one just like it, 
except . . . Dr.J. . . That looks like a moose . . . What do you think we're 
running here.The Cabot? . . . she ran down the hall to get some ice . . . 
Dine-n-Dash . . . It's 3 a.m. and no we don't want to go out again . . . 
DelMonte ... A swift kick in the teeth at Mardi Gras . . . Patios ... I 
tell you what . . . Angry Salad . . .Don't call me Amy . . . Nekkid J . . . 
Chandeliers . . . You mean she stayed out 'til 10 a.m.?-she's a goddess . 
. . Yippee Chi-o,Yippie Chi Yeah, we All went the ONLY way... 



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Liquor, I don't even know her. . . The Naked Fun Game . . . 
Toe's Wild Ride . . . Snoop Douggy Doug . . . Deuce Here . . . 
Warning :The Map Is Not Drawn To Scale ... The SK Club: 
A, M, C, H, B, W, T . . . Know Toehead, Know Love . . . Talk 
about him and he will come . . . Wanted dead or alive for beer 
larceny . . . Six straight Hoovers . . . Sho' you right Ray-Ray . . . 
Foley gets lucky . . . Who stole the scholarship trophy? . . . Led, 
put a shirt on . . . Late night sock runs . . . Let's get him in here . . . 
Yankee Sympathizers . . . Breaking the law, Grissom and 
Steelman, $367.50 . . . Why is there shampoo in Doug's pocket, 
and where has he been for two days? ... Big Red . . . Tobie . . . 
Fight Back Thieling . . . Did Foley get another death threat? . . . 
What' sup . . . Armistead, Pike Rush Chairman. ..Monte, clean 
up your room. ..Kirk Mehrle, the most fit man at Millsaps . . . 
Old South 1994: Only the strong stand alone . . . CLLYYYYDE!!! 
... So long Ed Sanders, Keep in touch . . . Dutch Bar at the beach . 
. . I want ten biscuits and a . . . The gospel of the fifth . . . Sweeney, 
third world day? . . . Mercer, do you dance on your bed at home? . . . 
FLoyd, why are your socks wet? . . . Homer Alone . . . Will 
gets hitched, so do HI' bro and lil' sis . . . When's the bachelor 
party, Monte? . . . For God and the Ladies . . . Not all gentle- 
men are KA's but all KA's are gentlemen. 



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Flower: Pansy 

Mascot: Dolphin 

Colors: Silver, Gold, and Blue 

Jewel: Pearl 

Parties: Fall Party 

Moonlight Masquerade 
Philanthropy: Children's Cancer Research 



Look, it's Diane. . . Can I have your autograph?. . . Tommy 20, Jeff 24, 
Mike 8. . . For that much a month, I'd give it up!. . . Isn't she an 
enchanting dancer?. . . You're not 21, you're 15!. . . How about a road 
trip?. . . Princess Lo. . . Sam, I am!. . . Did she come with him?. . . 
Don't tweek me there!. . . Is that a shark on your butt?. . . I just don't 
need this today. . . That's it! No more cats in the house!. . . I promise 
that cowboy wasn't married!. . . Party Naked! I can't wait to get his 
panties off!. . . Louise, can I marry your brother?. . . Hugh Ed. . . Mmm, 
Mmm, Mmm, enough said. . . We're NOT dating; hell, we're not even 
friends!. . . Who's that running naked through the neighbors' yard?. . . I 
shacked with an Ezelle RA. . . Jennie P., how did you like Fall Party?. . 
. I'm a bus captain!. . . That's my evil twin talking. . . Hey Austin, 
where'd you get that sign?. . . Does that mean that if I call at 12:01, 1 
can still get a T-shirt?. . . Nettie, sing for us!. . . The Giving Tree. . . 
Intramural champs!. . . Clare and Christina, we heard your dates flushed 
twice. . . My big brother is dating my big sister - is that incest? 



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Delta Sigma Theta 




DELTA SIGMA THETA SORORITY, INC. RHO TAU CHAPTER, (front) Tonya Bell: treasurer, Tara Collins: vice president, ReShea 
Alexander: president, Jennifer Dorsey: secretary, (back) Vonda Brown, Karena Payne, Neeka Sanders, Yolanda Clark, Valarie Cole, Alma 
Laster: advisor, (not pictured) Cassandra McGee, Christi Hite, Sandra Kyles. 



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Colors: Crimson & Cream 

Founded: January 13, 1913, at Howard University, Washington, D.C 

Millsaps Charter: Rho Tau, founded April 17, 1993 

Activities: 

Mentoring at the Powers Home for Girls 

"An Elegant Evening with Delta" (Oct. 27) 

Christmas Project - Pace painting and party at the University of 
Mississippi Children 's Hospital 

Co-hostesses for 1993 State Cluster 

Habitat for Humanity 

Initiation - March 26 

6th Annual Greek Blow Out (April 16) 

Celebrated 1st Year Anniversary of Chapter charter (April 17) 

AIDS/STD Eorum with guest speaker Jane Stanton 



Inside of me is every woman ... I don't feel that 
way ... I own me, and therefore, I can engineer me 

- 1 am me and I am okay . . . retardation is a . 

. . OO-OOP! . . . another crack baby is born . . . I'll 
remember this, sorors . . . you can't walk, walk, 
walk, walk into Delta land . . . everybody wants to 
be like me . . . but Ma'dear ... if Alma don't know, 
nobody knows ... the 2 sprocketts and their friend 
Karena . . . they wanna be in frat . . . what in the 
world is she saying? . . . everytime she comes back 
she's got a new chant or something . . . She's 
inactive! .. .OO-OOP! 



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Kappa Delta 




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Colors: Olive Green and Pearl White 
Symbols: Teddy Bear, Katydid, Nautilus 

shell 
Flower: White Rose 
Parties: Fall Parry, White Rose Formal, 

Spring Fling 
Philanthropies: Toys for Tots, National 

Committee for the Prevention of Child 

Abuse, Children's Hospital, The Care 

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I'm a K ... I LOVE my roommate . . . Will Susan & Edie be buried alive under 
an avalanche of laundry? . . . Whatever happens in Florida stays in Florida . . . K 
Swap-I think my mother would have been mortified . . . . S and T . . . Woo Woo . . . 
AOT-M . . . Hey baby you gotta bomb in your drank . . . We're kickin' it . . . JT have 
you really been initiated? . . . There's corndogs inside - I'm on my 4th? . . . stuff on ; 
stick . . . Beetle I love your boyfriend! . . . Fr./Jr. night . . . he's magically delicious! . . . 
Sling in the spring . . . The grass is always greener at the KD house . . . Medie loves 
the Qtip! . . . MM, do you need a flea collar? . . . Does the BAD man's mind rest 
elsewhere or what? . . . Kim Suuuuue ... Do Dagger Daddies like to be stood up? 
. . I've got some beef stew in my pocket . . . Smile like a donut! Hachica . . . I'm 
popular on my campus ... I'm NOT going out! See you in the morning! . . . Doritos 
give me halitosis . . . isssss . . . You should have locked that stupid lock ... I love 
BBT . . . Stage dancin' with John Oates ... the NHS love shack finally ends . . . Kee 
the ho-tel alive . . .We love krispy fried chicken . . . Minnie Mae wouldn't approve . 
Do the hustle . . . Random . . . Lake Ponchatrain Bridge+2 miles ... St Charles <& 
Napoleon . . . NIN ... I'm not a strong swimmer . . . Blaine Kern . . . You call that 
castleing? . . . # 7 . . . Don't touch the winders . . . 12:00 - I've been stapling pam- 
phlets for 6 hours! . . . She always - she never . . . Look at the windmill would ya?! . 
6.0 jeans, how nerdy . . .Ya know? ... To the trees! But anyway . . . Whatever . . . 
Never again on the sofa . . . Why have one when you can have 1, or 2, or 3 . . . Am I 
slacker? . . . Cat-in-the-hat-hat . . . Nice house nobody home . . . Seductress look 
. . lil Foley-nice reflex . . . The Little Deer . . . We'll work with you on that . . . Thro* 
amputation . . . Everything tastes better out of a first class toaster oven!!! 



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PHI MU. (front) Kim Kuhns, Allana Austin, Jennifer Vickery, (2nd row) Leslie Davidson, Christine Gorton, Caroline French, Shravani Kota, 
Leslie Dawson, Laurel Ramsey, (3rd row ) Jennifer Mosley, Kerry Grindle, April Meyers, Elise Harrell, Terry Everett, Alison Ammann, Felicia 
Lofton, Alison Grande, Davina Pauly, Christy Sylvan, (back)Xickie Pettis, Dianna Jue, Jennifer Alston, Rana Brock, Cara Strickland, 
Margaret Cross, Rachel Allgood, Elaine Trotter, Valerie Wade, (not pictured) Jennifer Biard,Mary Blaine, Laurie Blanchard, Carolyn 
Clark.Tracey Crawford, Jennifer Cremer, Barbie Haun, Wendy Henderson, Shelley Howell, Joli Jackson, Ashley Johnson, Melissa Jones, 
Melanie Ladner, Amanda Masset, Kendal Murphy, Manisha Sethi, Adri Velez, Christine Weigle. 



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Activities: 
Fall Party 
Enchantress Ball 
Book Drive for CMN 
Easter Egg Hunt with EAE 
Sisterhood Weekend 
®M Retreat 
Rush Workshop 
Big Sis/Big Sis 
Sen ice Projects 



I'm laughing . . . Phi Mu rocks the Casbah ... Go Phi Mu, Go the right 
way . . . TA - Telnetters Anonymous . . . Who's the killer? . . . Don't get 
arrested before Bid Day! . . . Flag football and softball champs . . . 
There's always room for one more . . . Sisterhood Weekend ... I'm so 
happy I'm beside myself. . . C-O-N-S-C-I-E-N-T-I-O-U-S-L-Y . . . 
Mary, Margaret, and Manisha . . . That Phi Mu glue . . . My knees hurt, 
y'all . . . The bug in April's nose . . . Rachel, how do you plan to get 
down from there? . . . I'm a Phi, You're a Mu, Together we're a Phi Mu 
... Do you find me attractive? . . . Nah, it would scar my conscience . . . 
DALLAS . . . The few, the proud, the invited ... Be there or be a . . . 
We all need some Brady Coke and some Al sauce . . . Vick is always 
right . . . Dad would be rich if he weren't so nice . . . Terry, you make a 
good retarded child . . . Whose fault is it this time? . . . Quick! Hide the 



goat! 



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Voyages of the Adventure Couch . . . Okay, I love you, Bye-Bye . . . 
Clammy-Period-Noble . . . Hell Hath No Fury . . . Graham, dat dat dat . . . 
That's what she said . . . Doors! . . . Red Bird . . . Chewy Chestnuts . . . 
Nee Yon . . . Where there's fire, there's smoke . . . Hey Guys, guess who's 
coming to town?! . . . Where's Rusty? . . . HMWH . . . Derminator . . . 
Liquid Jelly What? . . . Snoop Froggy Frog . . . How hard did she kick him? 
... Do we have to have a rush chairman? . . . Now, everybody sing! . . . 
Scholarship? . . . Now, one more time, who's allowed to come? . . . BMC 
... I bet she did . . . KD wanna be . . . Phi Alpha to Sniglet, Tree Frog, 
Hollywood, Pondo, Heavy B., and G.I. Joe . . . Armadillo Hunting . . . 
RICO!!! . . . Noble vs. Flip . . . Roll that eight ball! . . . Funnel! . . . Surfer 
Boy . . . Johnny, Sit Down! . . . Man, y'all are Crazy! . . . Can someone 
lend Huth some jeans? . . . Alright! Who did it? . . . HALF! . . . Ramrod 
likes pre-schoolers . . . What's the deal? . . . I'll just have a salad . . . That 
table is cool ... To all those who said we would never get the house, FAY! ! 




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Pat McNease 

Corporate Vice President 



(601) 948-7450 

REG WATS 8O0 243-7228 

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WHOLESALE 




P.O. Box 5020 

JacIcson, MS 5 9207 



(601)5520857 



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BRANDON SERVICE CO., INC. 

P.O. Box 6464 
JACKSON, MISS. 39282-6464 



BOILERS • BURNERS • PUMPS • CONTROLS 

24 HOUR (601) 373-6363 
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MECHANICAL CONTRACTORS 




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Congratulations Class of 1994 and 
Best Luck In Your Future Endeavors! 



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P.O. Box 1156 

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Architecture ~ Engineering ~ Planning 

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SCHOLASTIC 

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Advertising Specialists 
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Providing professional sales 

and service support for 

University and 

College Yearbooks 

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In front of the State Capitol 
305 N. Congress 



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BOBASHELA STAFF, {front) Michelle Pate, Sus 
Kasperbauer, Stephanie Zeber, Edie King, [back) Mi 
Velkey, Shelley Young, Becky Long, Michelle Mila 
Clare Brown, Mary Martha Sloan, Stan Magee: Technu 
Advisor, {not pictured) Angie Hood, Sarah Catherine D 
Amy Slatinsky, Lee Ann Hamilton. 



CO-EDITORS. Angie Hood {below), and Stephanie Zeber 
and Michelle Milam {at right) worked together to make 
most of the decisions about the organization, design and 
content of the Bobashela. 




QUALITY IS JOB ONE. The Quality Service Team 
was a group of people appointed to develop a plan for 
helping all the departments support each other better 
so that ultimately everyone could work best to support 
and serve the students. The team divided the job 
among several action teams and held two all-campus 
meetings to outline their progress. The team consisted 
of students, faculty, staff, and administrators: Jayne 
Perkins, Wayne Miller, Allen Scarboro, Harrylyn 
Sallis, Nancy White. Gary Fretwell, Louise Burner, 
Don Fortenberry, {not pictured) Elizabeth Dunlin. 
David Morrow. 




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Bobashela Staff 

Clare Brown 
Sarah Catherine Dill 
Lee Ann Hamilton 
Angie Hood 
Susan Kasperbauer 
Edie King 
Becky Long 
Michelle Milam 
Michelle Pate 
Amy Slatinsky 
Mary Martha Sloan 
Matt Velkey 
Shelley Young 
Stephanie Zeber 

Acknowledgments 

We would like to acknowledge the immense 
help and support given by all the people in the 
Student Affairs Office, but especially Associate 
Dean Dr. David Sneed and Martha Lee. They 
were always eager to help in whatever way they 
could. Steve Watson and Michelle Benoist were 
special help, too. 



We also are grateful to Glenn Allison, Lena 
Barlow and Sally McLellan in the Public 
Information Department for trusting us with some 
of their negatives and prints, even after years of 
abuse by previous Bobashela staffs. 

We thank Ron Jurney, Trey Porter, all the 
coaches and Mark Hinkle for helping us get 
pictures and information we needed in the Sports 
section. 

We appreciate all the helpfulness of Diane 
Samples and the rest of the Post Office staff in 
getting things distributed to mailboxes , handing 
out yearbooks and so many other things. 

Thanks are also due to J.C. Anthony of 
Graduate Supply and Dave Watson, Jennifer 
Hoover and Rick Martin at the Herff Jones plant 
in Montgomery for helping everything go 
smoothly in the production process. 

We are grateful to Bill Morris for the pictures 
he took for us, and to Tommy Lynch and Photo 
Plus for coming in at the last minute in the spring 
to shoot the portraits for the People section. 

We would like to thank the teachers and 
students who were instrumental in gathering 
information and pictures for all their 
organizations. 



Colophon 



Volume 86 of the Bobashela was printed 
by Herff Jones Yearbook Co. at their plant in 
Montgomery, Alabama. The press run 
consisted of nine hundred copies with 148 
pages. The in-plant consultant was Dave 
Watson and the local representative was J.C. 
Anthony. 

The pages were prepared by staff members 
on Mcintosh computers using Aldus 
Pagemaker 4.2. 

The People section portraits were taken 
by Photo Plus of Jackson, MS. Some of the 
sports photographs were taken by Mark Hinkle 
Photography, and some candids were supplied 
by the Public Information Department of the 
college. 



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MAI©RS 

1 JlingS changed. Things 
remained the same. . . 



For the hundredth time, a class 

walked forward and got a 
diploma from Millsaps College. 

Once again the college was 

filled with a variety of graduates 

from headstrong young students 

anxious to continue their 

education to eighty three year 

old Annie Lee Guider finishing 

her history degree. 

The Reunion Class of 1944 was 

there also, marching in with the 

graduates, reminding them of 

all the others who have gone 

before and of the long road 

now ahead of them. 




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