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otJtYtV played a major role in defining 
the year. F rOIIl anger and frustration, 
to joy and exhaltation, then to pain and 
sorrow, and finally to 

excitemeiTt and 

satisfaction, it definitely was 
a year to remember. 
JVLClTVtl people pass 
through this college every 
year, bringing ideas, trends, 
interests, and emotions. 
CQCn one leaves a mark 
the place and the people. ^///S is 
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(^OJ//f things about Millsaps will 
always stay the same. Students will 
always waste DG^-U-tlil-li days 
away in the Bowl. Music from the 
bGlltOWer will always be too 
loud and too often. The last two weeks 
of Spri riQ semester will always 
be the most stressfull. But this year. 
Millsaps made some YY\Sk\Ot* 
changes. With the constuction of a new 
dorm and a IIGW weight room, a 
series of renovations began. Major 
Ou IQuUCSS was just for students, 
and a lottery system was used for dorm 



assignment. 



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KXCITKMENT. Homecoming 
Queen Jennifer Reynolds smiles 
proudly after receiving her title. 



CHARGING FORWARD. 

Kelvin Gladney fends oflTrinity 
players to gain yardage for 
Millsaps. 

IT'S ALL MK! Cheerleader 
Sean (Irace anxiously waits for 
the Majors to enter the field. 




• • / only missed the soccer 
curfew by 7 hours. I really 
enjoyed that game!!! ^ ^ 
-Anonymous 



SPORTS HALL OF FAME. 
Carol Weed Baucum. Phil 
Converse, Larry Marett, 
representatives of Coach Erm 
Smith, and Luther Ott were 
inducted into the Hall of Fame 
Saturday at the foothall game. 







1. Current and 
retired faculty 
members were 
invited to the 
First Annual 
Faculty 
Reception in the Grille. 

2. Seven classes held reunions 
Saturday afternoon - 1954, 1959, 
1964, 1969, 1974, 1979 and 1984. 

3. There was a Young Alumni Party 
held at the Agricultural Museum 
Saturday night for classes 1984-1994. 

4. Saturday morning, there was a 
brunch for the "Early Days" graduates - 
those alumni who graduated 50 years 
ago or more. 

5. The Student Alumni Association 
sponsored a face painting booth. 

6. There was an all-campus 
Homecoming Party Saturday night. 

7. The Millsaps-Wilson Library held 
its annual used-book sale. 

8. The Majors lost the football game 



against Trinity, 
17-20. 
9. The 
Women's 
Soccer team 
beat Centre 
College, 3-0, on Saturday morning. 

10. The Men's Soccer team lost to 
Centre College, 1-2. 

11. Six new members were inducted 
into the Millsaps Sports Hall of Fame 
during half-time at the football game. 

12. Jennifer Reynolds was crowned 
as the Homecoming Queen. 

13. After the court left the football 
field, it began to rain and did not stop 
until the game was over. 

14. The Sports Hall of Fame 
reception was delayed because the 
football game was so exciting. 

15. Dash Rip Rock and Hank 
Flamingo played in the Bowl Saturday 
night for the campus-wide party. 

16. Homecoming was October 14-16. 




HOMECOMING COURT. 
ReShea Alexander, Dr. Sam 
Jones, Millicent Emmert, Mr. 
Robert Emmert, Queen Jennifer 
Reynolds, Mr. Charles Reynolds, 
Michelle Pate, Mr. Larry Pate, 
Jennifer Ballard and Mr. 
Truman Ballard, Jr. 



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1. There were 
31 Resident 
Assistants. 

2. These RA"s 
sponsored 263 
programs 

during the Fall Semester. 

3. 720 students li\'ed on campus. 

4. Whilvvorth Hail and Sanders Hall 
used to be resident halls. 

5. There was an average of one RA 
for e\'ery 30 students. 

6. There were 375 total rooms in the 
residence halls. 

7. Construction began in the fall on 
a new residence hall. The dorm was 
to be completed in August. 1995. 

8. Of the dorms used as residence 
halls. Franklin Hall was the oldest. 

9. Sanderson was the newest dorm 
on campus; it was completed in the 
late 1980's. 

10. On average. 50 maintenance 
requests were turned in every week. 



11. A water 
fountain was 
throw n out of a 
third floor 
window in 
H/elle. 

12. There were four minor fires in the 
residence halls - one in Bacot. one in 
Franklin, and two in Ezelle. 

13. The Galloway RA staff hosted a 
"Grand Galloway Casino" night. 

14. Franklin Hall used to be for 
freshmen women; Bacot was for 
sophomore v\omen. 

15. The dumpster behind Ezelle 
"caught" fire numerous times 
throughout the year. 

16. Each of the residence halls was 
named in honor of the person who 
donated a large amount of money for 
its construction. 

17. Thirty-two people applied to be 
RA"s for ne.xt year, but only eleven 
new RA"s were hired. 




MOVING IN. Beth Williams 
watches as .lessica Lemon cuts 
the carpet for their new Bacot 
home. 




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LAUNDRY TIME. Terry 
Everett, Mike Stadler and Gavin 
Smitli spend a Wednesday night 
in the Sanderson laudrv room. 



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CONCENTRATION. Soria 
Colomer takes advantage of the 
, VAX connection in her room to 
work on a paper. 

"HECK ON THAT!" Guest 
speaker Sallie Norris gives a 
personal safety workshop to 
Bacot residents. SaHie gave her 
presentation as a hall program 
hosted by RA's Michelle Milam 
and Michelle Pate. 







• • Nly hall gave me a 
birthday party. They ended 
up beating me. J J 

-Chris Walker, RA 



CHAOSI Ezelle RA's welcome 
incoming freshmen at dorm 
check-in. 



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ITS A JUNGLE OUT THERE! 

Moll) Shorter, Kathrvn Bond, 
and Sarah Stanton tame the wild 
growth at the Jackson Zoo. 

SPRING CLEANING. Michael 
Fontaine and Kelly DeBroeck 
sweep out a gutter at the 
Daybreak Center. 




• • The Saltillo Mission trip 
over Spring Break was a 
great religious experience 

-Steve Morgan 



TOY'S! Laurissa Henderson, 
Danny Bailey and Janet Langley 
sort toys donated by the Adult 
Student Association for children 
at UMC Children's Hospital. 




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1. Midtown 
Project was 
held March 25. 

2. Kappa 
Delta sponsored 
The Shamrock 

Project. Proceeds went towards the 
prevention of child abuse. 

3. "Bach to Bluegrass," a benefit 
concert for Stewpot, was March 30. 

4. Chi Omega members went to 
Pecan Park Elementary to read to first 
and second graders. 

5. Students participated in the 
Multiple Sclerosis Walk-A-Thon. 

6. Labor Day Weekend, the Kappa 
Alpha's answered phones at the Jerry 
Lewis Muscular Dystrophy Telethon. 

7. Sigma Alpha Epsilon participated 
in the Adopt- A-Highway program. 

8. Kappa Sigma worked with 
Galloway Memorial United Methodist 



Church to tutor 
underprivileged 
children. 
9. PhiMu 
sponsored a 
candy sale and 

gave the profits to the Children's 

Hospital. 

10. The Saltillo Mission Trip was 
organized by Sister Sharon Glumb to 
build houses in Mexico. Five students 
went on the trip. 

11. Delta Delta Delta and Pi Kappa 
Alpha held a Lounge-A-Thon to raise 
money for Children's Cancer Research. 

12. Habitat for Humanity raised 
money through a Shack-A-Thon 
outside the Student Union. The 
money was used for a mission trip. 

13. Lambda Chi Alpha held its annual 
Pantry Raid to collect canned food for 
the Mississippi Food Network. 




CAGEU! MoIlieParnell.Allana 
Austin and Christy Sylvan put a 
fresh) coat of paint on a monkey 
cage during Midtown Project. 



EASTER TREATS! Liz Dare 
and Sarali Ridgeway malie 
puppets for Kappa Delta's 
annual Shamrock Project. 



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STILL AT WORK. Christian 
Doucet doubles up, usin^ his 
spare time to stud> while 
catching some rays. 

ENOUGH'S enough: Kim 
Budde takes time to work out in 
the new weigh! room. 




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^ ^ When I have the time, I 
love to get a Smoothie King 
and go to the Rez. ? 9 

-Nan Frascogna 




TANGLED UP. Kristen McRae. RELAXING. Krissy McKenney 

LoriMcKey.Jenny Leonard and engrosses herself with a book 

Elton Williams spend time in the while enjoying the spring 

Bowl with friends. weather. 






1. On any 

given sunny 

spring day, at 

least fifteen 

students could 

be found 

playing or studying in the Bowl, 

2. An average of 150 students went 
to the library every weekday. 

3. Approximately 40% of the 
student body went out of town for the 
weekends. 

4. Blockbuster Video rented, on 
average, 75 movies a week to Millsaps 
students. Friday night was the busiest. 

5. There were over 70 organizations 
to become involved with on campus. 

6. Fifty-five percent of the student 
body was in a fraternity or a sorority. 

7. Over 400 students either held a 
campus job or was eligible to be a 
work study student. 

8. Domino's sold an average of 40 
pizzas a day to Millsaps students. 




9. By far. the 
favorite pastime 
of students was 
taking a nap. 
10. Keifer's, 
McAlister's 

Deli, and Iron Horse Grille were 

favorite restaurants. 

11. When asked about free time. 
many students replied, "What free 
time!?!" 

12. In early fall and during the spring, 
many students could be found 
swimming or tanning at the pool. 

13. A favorite new off-campus 
hangout was The Living Room, an 
alternative coffee house. 

14. Students spent several hours a 
week communicating with friends and 
family over the Internet. 

15. The Subway Lounge and Catwalk 
were favorite dance clubs. 

16. Wednesday and Thursday nights 
were the popular nights to go out. 



HOW MUCH MORE?! Hunt 
Graham gets a workout while 
mowing the Kappa Sigma lawn. 




1. This was 
the first year 
that Major 
Madness had a 
theme: "A 
Caribbean 
Festival."" 

2. The Cuh canceled at the last 
minute and were replaced by 
Buckwheat Zydeco Saturday night. 

3. It was sunny! 

4. The Student Art Association held 
an arts and crafts sale Friday and 
Saturday afternoons. 

5. Twenty-something people 
watched Rocky Horror Picture Show 
in the Grille on Thursday night. They 
threw rice and danced and yelled 
along with the movie. 

6. Hamburgers were served during 
the baseball games on Saturday. 

7. The Student Alumni Association 
.sponsored a pizza eating contest. 
Amity McDonald won the female 



division, eating 
four slices. The 
male winner, 
Lee Davis, ate 
all but three 
slices of a large 
pizza in seven minutes. 

8. Food services wore Major 
Madness t-shirts and served lunch and 
dinner in the Bowl on Saturday. They 
roasted 300 lbs. of chicken breasts. 

9. The Student Affairs Office 
.sponsored a dunking booth on 
Saturday. Dean Sneed was dunked 
zero times because he cheated by 
tightening a screw so it would not 
dunk. It took the students a while to 
figure it out, but Dean Sneed said he 
was not cheating; he was simply using 
his "wit and knowledge." 
10. Sherman Lee Dillon and 
JACKOPIERCE played at Hal and 
Mai's Friday night. JACKOPIERCE 
said they loved playing for Millsaps . 




GOT 'EM! Oliver Scoggin hits 
ttie tjuH's eyes and dunks David 
Travis at the Student Affairs' 
dunking booth. 



FREE PIZZA! Greg Redman, 
Chris Nelson and Wynn Hoover 
compete in the pizza eating 
contest. 







iWy fondest memory is 
leaving Hal and Mai's with 
Carey from JACKOPIERCEI * * 
-Michelle Pate 



DANCIN' IN THE BOWL. 
Carmen Grubbs, Desmond 
Funchess, Jerome Guine, ReShea 
Alexander, Dwayne Jones, Kim 
Gallager, Kenneth Coleman and 
Neeka Sanders dance to the music 
provided by DJ Chris Carr. 

DON'T FALL! Lory Gonzales 
and Becky Long try to keep their 
balance and finish the three- 
legged race for the Tri Delta team 
during the GAMMA Wacky 
Olympics. 



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A CARRIBEAN FESTIVAL. 
Chef David White carves a slice 
of the roasted pig for Lauren 
VVilliamsat the pitiiit in the How I. 

WHAT A WINNKR: Paul 
Hough did a solo act in the Talent 
Show and then performed again 
w ith his hand. The Musical Nazis. 





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even without Ttie Cult, 
ttie weekend was great, 
so I guess I did my job OK 

-Derek Arrington 



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SHOW TIME. Amy Clav, 
Gabby Mills, Laura Moore and 
April Turner come in costume to 
the Rocky Horror Picture Show . 



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11. David, the 
Millsaps chef, 
cooked an 80 
lb. pig for the 
luau in the 
Bowl on 

Saturday. He stayed up all night while 
it cooked, and he watched "The Three 
Stooges" in the Grille at 4:30 a.m. 

12. David Travis was dunked at least 
twenty times at the dunking booth. 
Michelle Pate was dunked four times 
by the same twelve year old boy. 

13. Blue Mountain opened for 
Buckwheat Zydeco Saturday night. 

14. For the first time, the Admissions 
Office did not invite high school 
seniors to Major Madness. 

15. At the Talent Show, James 
Taylor. Mitch Coker, Hugh Gamble, 
Matt Morgan, and Jason Jolly, calling 

themselves "Steak Sauce," won first 
place by singing "The Million Dollar 
Song." Steak Sauce sang the song in 



memory of their 
cube-mate, 
Jason Hurst. 
16. GAMMA 
sponsored the 
Wacky 
Olympics in the Bowl Saturday 
afternoon. Intramural points were 
given for team participation. 

17. In the tug-o-war. the combined 
girls team pulled both male teams into 
the mudpit! 

18. DJ Chris Carr set up in the Bowl 
Saturday afternoon and played CD's 
that everyone brought. 

19. Delta Delta Delta sponsored a 
Smoothie King booth. Proceeds were 
donated to children's cancer research. 

20. Campus groups decorated the 
lobbies of buildings to go along with 
the Caribbean theme. 

21. Derek Arrington, SBA 1st Vice- 
President, was in charge of the 
weekend. He did a great job! 



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NO CONTEST! The Tri Delta, 
Phi Mu and Duce West Girls 
combined team pull the Lambda 
Chi Alpha team into the mudpit 
during the tug-o-war sponsored 
by Cirlce K. 



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1. The annual 
Multicultural 
Festival was 
November 17-18. 

2. Thursday's 
schedule for the 

festival included the Utica Gospel 
Choir, a Japanese band called The J"s. 
and a Japanese dance. Then the 
reggae band C'Maroon played as 
many in the crowd danced along. 

3. The festival continued on Friday. 
In the skits that afternoon. Lottie Bash 
played Tina Turner and did "Rolling 
on the River." and Adam Kirby 
brought Ehis back to life. 

4. Festival exhibits outside the 
Student Center included book tables, 
Egyptian artifacts, and a demonstration 
of Japanese calligraphy by Jennifer Jen. 

5. The final Perspecti\es class was a 
picnic in the Bowl, complete v\ith 
hamburgers, hot dogs and a band. 

6. Parents' Weekend in September 



drew many 

parents for 

meetings on 

Saturday and 

unch in the 

Bowl. 

7. Flyers were distributed for a sit-in 
in the Bowl after the Bid Day incident, 
but nothing happened. However, 
some students did gather for a meeting 
after Kiese Laymon was suspended 
from school in December. 

8. Kappa Delta sponsored an Easter 
Egg hunt in April for children of 
faculty and staff. 

9. The bands were scheduled to play 
in the Bowl for Major Madness, but 
concerns about rain and rumors of 
hordes of gate-crashers forced a 
change of venue to Hal and Mai's. 
10. Rain almost forced graduation 
inside to the City Auditorium, but the 
sun prevailed and the ceremony was 
held in the Bowl as planned. 




FAMILY I'ICMC. Andrew CULTURAI, ART. Vickie 

Dunnaway ami his parents take Coleman and Lakeysha (Ireer 

advantage of the picnic in the display .African-.-\merican art at 

Bowl during Parents" Weekend. the Multicultural Fair. 




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ITS A PRIMETIME TO BE 
INVOLVED! Andy Alfonso, 
Elizabeth Volmer and Mary Blaine 
explain Primetime's activities. 




RED BEANS AND RICE. Ellen 
Ferrell stirs the red beans for the 
Pi Kappa Alpha booth during 
the annual festival sponsored bv 
the Student Body Association. 

OLD TRADITIONS. Makiko 
Oishi models an authentic 
kimona and performs a 
traditionaljapanesedanceat the 
Multicultural Festival. 



•• There's NUTing better 
than hanging in the Bowl 
and playing with friends. ? ? 

-Willard 



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PLAV ball: Carla Webb gets 
ready to hit a homerun forthe 
Tri Delta team during sol'tball. 



rs ANVBOUV OPKN? Alvson 
Welch searches tor an open 
receiver in Hag football. 

THRKE-ON-THREE. J.T. 
Sanders teamed up uilh Kiese 
La) mon, Chris Murphy andOell 
Lucas to win the three-on-three 
basketball tournament. 






• • it's not winning that 
counts but liow nnuch fun 
you tiave playing. J J 

-Stephonie Zeber 



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CLOSE ONE! Ross Worley 
reaches a little loo late for Ross 
Dyer's flag during a Lambda Chi 
Alpha \ ersus kappa Alpha game. 
Dyer dove into the endzone and 
H on the game for the K.\ "s on the 
last-second play. 






1. Intramural 
point team 
champions were 
Phi Mu. who 
came from last 
place last year. 
and Kappa Alpha. 

2. Alpha Sigma Sigma confused 
basketball officials and opponents by 
wearing jersey numbers 666, 1/2, 
XXIV, -00, 00+, 911 and V-1. 

3. Over 550 students participated in 
some type of intramural or aerobic 
activity this year. 

4. Primetime and the Sociology- 
Anthropology Department participated 
in the first ever co-recreational 
basketball game. Hopefully, 1995- 
1996 will bring more teams to this 
men's and women's combined sport. 

5. Over $1000 was spent on 
intramural equipment. If you 
"borrowed" one of the six missing 
intramural basketballs, please return it 
for next season. 

6. Women United dominated 




women s 
intramural 
basketball with 
a team made up 
of students, 
faculty and 
staff. They 
took first in both the basketball league 
and the basketball tournament. 

7. The Outstanding Intramural 
Officials were Patience Wildenfels, 
volleyball: John Garber, basketball; 
Robert Mozingo. soccer; John Larrys, 
flag football; Mike Petty, Softball. 

8. No team had more fun this year 
than the PLAYAZ, who went 
undefeated in Flag Football. 
Quarterback Phillip Robinson's passes 
to Tree Meeks were a sight to see. 

9. Team names finally became more 
creative than Greek letters. Teams 
included Toe's Wild Ride, Dog 
Pound, Jerky Boys, Vertically 
Challenged, and Bacot Belles. 

10. ZAE and Chi Omega won the 
Sportsmanship Awards. 



INTRAMURAL SUPERVISORS. 
Chris Price, John Larrys, 
Intramural Coordinator Venita 
Mitchell, Patience Wildenfels 
and Eric Navarre. 



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Community dsptciai 

feeling among students, staff, faculty 
and administration that WC were all 
in this together. We were joined by 
celebrations and adversity, by 
success and sadness to 1661 more like 
a part of something bigger than 
ourselves. It was a piflUC where 
we were greeted warmly, where there 
were no ©"t rangers It 
a place we could call home. 



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Executive Committee 



Dr. George Harmon 
President 





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Dr. Robert King 

Dean of the College 



Dr. Harrylyn Sallis 

Dean for Adult Learning 




Dr. Robert Shive Mr. Jack Woodward 

Associate Dean of the Dean of Student Aid 

College Financial Planning 

Members not pictured: 
Mr. Gary Fretwell 

Vice President for Enrollment and 
Student Affairs 

Mr. James Lewis 

Vice President for Development 

Dr. Hugh Parker 

Dean of the Else School of Management 

Dr. Don Strickland 

Vice President for Business Affairs 




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What is your 
favorite place 
on the millsaps 

CAMPUS? 

My favorite place is sitting 
in the stands and watching 
the Majors win a football 

game against Rhodes 

College. 1 graduated from 

Rhodes and played 

football there! 

-President George Harmon 



What is your 
pet peeve? 

People who say, "Life 

stinks!" My response: 

"Yea. but ain't you glad 

you can smell it?" 

-Jack Woodward 



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What is your 

DREAM 
VACATION? 

I want to go to Greece. 

Turkey and the Middle 

East. Fve never been 

there, and several of my 

former students live there. 

I want to visit them. 

-Dr. Walter Neely 

Who is your 

HERO? 

Bob Ross. Anyone who 

can fool so many people 

into thinking he is talented 

is really cool. 

-Mr. Collin Asmiis 

What is your 
favorite 

DISCOUNT store? 

Target - opening soon in 
Jackson! 
-Dr. Diana Heise 

What is your 
favorite band? 

Any hard rock band - what 
else would you expect 
from a geologist? 
-Mr. David Mercer 



Dr. Ajay K. Aggarwal 

Assist. Prof, ot ESOM 

Dr. Theodore G. Ammon 

Assoc. Pre), of Philosiiplix 

Mr. Kenneth Andrews 

Assist. Prof, of Sociolofix 

Dr. Sarah Armstrong 

Assoc. Prof, of Biology 



Mr. Collin Asmus 

Assist. Prof of Art 

Dr. Jesse Beeler 

Assist. Prof, of ESOM 

Dr. R.A. Berry 

Prof of Citet}iistr\ 
Dr. George Bey 

Assoc. Prof, of Sociology 



Dr. Allen D. Bishop Jr. 

Prof ofCliciiiistrx 

Dr. Nancy Bledsoe 

Assist. Prof of ESOM 

Dr. Carl Brooking 

Prof if ESOM 

Dr. C. Eugene Cain 

Prof, of Chemistry 



Ur. Connie Campbell 

Cliiiir of Moth Dcpt. 

Mrs. Melissa Cavett 

Prif. if Mathciitiitics 

Dr. Claudine Chadeyras 

Assist. Prof, of Ercnvh 

Mrs. Cheryl Coker 

Assist. Prof, of Music 



Most Distinguished 

Professor of 

ttie Year 

Ms. Frances Coker was 
nominated by students and 
named by the Distinguished 
Professor Committee to 
receive this annual award. 
Dean King presented Ms. 
Coker with a plaque in 
recognition of the honor at 
the spring Tap Day 
ceremony. Ms. Coker is a 
professor in the Sociology 
and Anthropology 
Department. 



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Faculty 



Dr. Timothy Coker 

Cluiir of Music Dcpl. 
Dr. Joan Cotter 

Assist. Prof, of Modern iMUi^iiages 
Mrs. Gayla Dance 

hislr. of Mathematics 
Dr. David C. Davis 

Director of Heritai^e Proi^ranj 

Dr. C;eorge H. Ezell 

Prof. ofClieiiiistrY 
Dr. .Jeanne Middlelon Forsythe 

Dept. of Eiluciitioii Chair 
Dr. Catherine R. Freis 

/)//". of Core Citrrictthtiii 
Dr. Michael (lalchinsky 

Assist. Professor of English 



Dr. Michael Gleason 

/\,s,v/,v/. Pr(\f. of Classics 
Ms. Michele Guyer 

Assoc. Librarian for Public Sen-ices 
Dr. Diana Heise 

/\,v,v/,v/. Pri f. I if Ps\( hi ilogy 
Dr. Robert J. Kahn 

As.wc. Prof of Modern Languages 



Dr. Asif Khandker 

,4.v.V(«. Prof of Phxsics 
Dr. Mark Ledbetter 

Assoc. Prof of Religious Studies 
Dr. Laurie Kane Lew 

Assist. Prof of English 
Mrs. Julia Lewis 

Assist. Prof, Library 



Dr. T.W. Lewis, III 

Assist. Prof of Religion 
Ms. Anne MacMaster 

Assist. Prof of English 
Dr. Debora Mann 

Assist. Prof, of Biotogv 
Dr. Laura E. Mayhall 

Assist. Prof of History 







IT'S TEST TIME! Dr. Allen Bishop, 
Professor of Chemisty, dresses in 
costume as Darth Vader on test days 
for his General Chemisty classes. 



SCIENCE AT WORK. LaneSmiley 
assists Dr. Johnnie-Marie Whitfield 
with a clock demonstration using 
potatoes at a Jackson middle school. 



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Faculty 



Mr. R.W . McCarley 

Assist. Pnif. of Conipiilt'r Stitilii's 

Dr. James P. McKeown 

Prof, of Bi,>l,ifi\ 

Mr. David A. Mercer 

Prof ofGeoloK\ 

Dr. Mary Janell Metzger 

.Assist. Prof, of Ent^lish 

Mrs. Georgia Miller 

liitsr. of Mathcuuitics 

Ms. Lucy Webb Millsaps 

.\ssoi: Prof of .Art 

Dr. Michael H.Mitias 

Pnif. ofPhilosop\ 
Dr. Charles H. Moore 

Assoc. Prof, of Political Sviciuc 



Mr. Robert Nevins 

.Assoc. Prof. ofBioloi;\ 

Dr. Leanora Olivia 

Assist. Prof of Classics 

Dr. Iren Omo-Bare 

A.V.V/.V/, Prof, of Political Science 

Dr. Judith Page 

Assoc. Dean of Eniilisli 



Mr. Jim Parks 

ColU'i^e Librarian 

Mr. Francis E. Polanski 

Assoc. Prof, of Music 

Dr. Penelope J. Prenshaw 

Assist. Prof ofESOM 

Dr. Jimmie M. Purser 

Prof, of Chemistry & Computer Studies 



Dr. Robert A. Quinn 

Chair, Depart, of Modern Lunxiuaiics 

Mr. Tommy Ranager 

Head Football Coach 

Mrs. Connie S. Robinson 

liistr.. Libnm 

Dr. Andrew V. Royappa 

Assist. Prof. Computer Studies 





CONFERENCK. Dr. Don Fortenberry, 
Lottie Bash and Dr. T.W. Lewis 
spend a few minutes after Awards 
Day talking in front of the AC. 



TEAM PLAYER. Mr. David 
Mercer, lAE faculty advisor, plays 
on the XAE intramural baseball 
team. 



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Faculty not pictured: 

Biology: 

Dr. Dick Highfill 

Todd Munch 

Dr. Britton Shell 

Matthew Velkey 
Computer Studies: 

Julie Baca 

Dr. Jimmie Purser 
English: 

Dr. Suzanne Marrs 

Dr. Gregory Miller 
Geology: 

Dr. Delbert Gann 

Dr. Edward Schrader 
Else School of Management: 

Dr. Bill Brister 

Dr. David Culpepper 

Dr. Douglas Folk 

Roane Grantham 

Dr. M. Grubbs 



Dr. William Hailey 
Dr. Walter Neely 
Dr. Hugh Parker 
Dr. Raymond Phelps 
Dr. Edward Ryan 
Dr. Pat Taylor 
Dr. Susan Taylor 
Dr. Peter Ward 
Dr. Jerry Whitt 

History: 

Dr. Robert McElvaine 

Mathematics: 
Martha Goss 
Dr. Mark Lynch 

Music: 

Christopher Brunt 
Julie Maazel 
Bennet Randman 
Daniel Spitzer 
James Turner 



Dr. Pri.scilla Sakezles 

Assist. Prof iif Philosophy 
Dr. W. Charles Sallis 

Prof, of Hi story 
Mr. John Sandstrum 

Acquisitions LilTrarian 
Dr. Connie Schimmel 

A.V.V/.S7. Prof of Education 



Dr. Elise Smith 

Assoc. Prof of Art 
Dr. Steven G. Smith 

Assoc. Prof, of Philospitx and 

Relit;ioii 
M.S. Tracy Sullivan 

Insrr. of Mutlicinatics 
Dr. Jonathan Sweat 

Prof, of Music 



Ms. Renec Taylor 

Assoc. Lil-irarian for Technical 

Services 
Mr. Steve Vanderstaay 

Prof of Enf^lish 
Dr. Marlys Vaughn 

Prof of Education 
Dr. Edmond Venator 

Prof, of Psychology 



Dr. Timothy J. Ward 

Assist. Prof of Chemistn' 
Mr. Sanford Warren 

In.^tr. ESOM 
Dr. Johnnie-Marie Whitfield 

Assist. Prof of Chemistn 
Dr. Austin Wilson 

Assoc. Prof of English 



Philosophy: 

James Thobaben 
Physics: 

Dr. Oscar Pruet 
Psychology: 

Dr. Stephen Black 
Religion: 

Ed King 

Rev. Susan Woodard 
Modern Language: 

Dr. Priscilla Fermon 

Francoise Markov 
Sociology: 

Frances Coker 

Ming Tsui 
Theatre: 

Lance Goss 

Brent Lefavor 




Beth Jones 

1933 - 1994 



Beth Jones 

was my close friend, 

the person who 
could always make 

me laugh, the 

colleague whose 

advice I always 

sought, the individual 

whose courage I so 

admired. 

-Dr. Suzanne Marrs 



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What is your 
favorite nfl 

TEAM? 

My fa\orile football team 
is the Dallas Cowboys. 1 
love them because they 
are the number one team 
in the country! They are 
the best and will be back 

in 1996! 
-Lettli' Hill. Food Services 

What is your 
favorite type 

OF MUSIC? 

I've learned to appreciate 

most music, but 1 

especially love jazz. 

Selecting music for the 

Multicultural Festival 

taught me that music is the 

world's best source of 

communication. ..it can 

bring people together. 

-Sherryl Wilbiini. Student 

Affairs 



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ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICES. 
Grace Harrinston. .\s.si.stant to 
Nice President of Academic 
.Affairs; Floy Nelms, Assistant to 
President; Nancy McKay, 
Secretary - Office of the Dean. 



DEPARTMENT OF ADLET 
l.EARNIN(;. Janet langley, 
.Associate Director of ,\dult 
Decree; Nola (Jittson, Director 
of Knriclinient and Special 
Projects; Marrylyn Sallis, Dean 
for Adull Learning; Mary 
Markley, .Vdniinistrative 
.Assistant; Laurissa N. 
Henderson, Director of Adult 
Degree Program; \ irginia 
McCoy. Assistant to ttie Dean of 
Adult Learning. 



BOOKSTORE. Pamela Rials, 
Returns Manager; Edward 
Jameson, Bookstore Manager; 
Belty Elizabeth Jameson, 
Bookstore Co-Managear; Kirk 
Stewart, Clerk; Cindy Elder, 
Cashier; Walter Reid, Assistant 
Textbook Manager. 



OFFICE OF BUSINESS 
AFFAIRS. Nancy White, 
Administrative .Assistant to \ ice 
President of Busines s Affairs; 
Don Strickland, Vice President 
Business .Affairs; Katherine 
Lefoldt, College Hostess; Rich 
Gell, Director of Physical Plant; 
Terri VanNoy, Business Affairs 
Office Assistant. 



BUSINESS OFFICE. Ruth 
Greer, Julie Daniels, Leslie Ivers, 
Mary Ann (ioldnian, Becky v, 
Bowen, Lou Burney, Connie *-■ 
Parker, Rose Johnson, Gail 
Waldrop. 




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ADMISSIONS OFFICE, (fronl) Connie Trigg, Data and Application 
Coordinator; Laura Taylor, Administrative Assistant to the Vice President; 
Haley Rainer, Communications Coordinator; Crisler Boone, Associate 
Director of Admissions; Katlileen Mitchell, Assistant Director of Admissions; 
(hack} Florence Mines, Director of Admissions; Hope White, Admissions 
Counselor; Mary Nichols, Project Coordinator; Martha Roberson, 
Admissions Counselor; Vickey McDonald, College Receptionist; Susannah 
(Irubbs, Admissions Counselor; (/i»(/)/cfHrerf) John Leach, Assistant Director 
of Admissions. 



ATHELTIC DEPARTMENT. (JronI) Joe Don Samples, Assistant Football- 
Murray T. Burch, Head Trainer; David A. Eorsythe, Soccer Coordinator; 
Cindy Hannon, Women's Basketball; John Stroud, Men's Basketball and 
(iolf; Ron Jurney, Athletic Director; {hack} Matt Mitchell, Tennis and 
Assistant Basketball; Jim Page, Head Baseball and Assistant Football; Trey 
Porter, Sports Information Director and Assistant Baseball; Tommy Ranager, 
Head Football; Darlene Dukes, Secretary; (not pictured) Todd Munch, 
Cross Country; Shannon Caarlson, Volleyball. 



DEVELOPMENT OFFICE, (front) Dawn Nations, Assistant to Development 
Programs; Holly Wagner, Director of Capital Programs; Judy Oglesby, 
Assistant to Public Information; Susan Womack, Director of Development 
Programs; Robin Sanderson, Director of Annual Giving; Lucy Molinaro, 
Receptionist; (middle) Alex P. Woods, Assistant to Capital Programs; 
Albersline Walker, Assistant to Annual Giving; Doris Blackwood, 
Administrative Assistant to Vice President for Development; Sally Lott 
McLellan, Assistant Director of Public Information; Pat Cox, Assistant to 
Alumni and College Relations; Kay Barksdale, Executive Director of 
Alumni and College Relations; (back) David Ezell, Development Services 
Coordinator; Steve Winesett, Director of Planned Giving; Jim Lewis, \ ice 
President for Development; Tim McWilliams, Associate Director of Capital 
Programs; Luran Flowers, Special Events Coordinator; Julia Bounds, 
Director of Public Information; (Hofpif/Hrerf) Chequetta King, Gift Recorder; 
Larry Wells, Research Coordinator; Kelly Abney, Assistant Director of 
Annual Giving; Lena Barlow, Assistant Director of Public Information. 



MAINTENANCE, (front) Marge Fenton, Kenneth Brooks, David Wilkinson, 
Tommy Barnes, Rex Latham, (back) Dennis Lum, James Almo, Jim Busby, 
Erick Kearney, Percy Johnson, Ralph Coleman. 



LIBRARY STAFF, (front) Jim Parks, College Librarian; Loretta DeFoe, 
Assistant to the College Librarian; Barbara West, Catalog Assistant; Connie 
Robinson, Technical Services Librarian; Michele Guyer, Associate Librarian 
for Public Services; Judy Frascogna, Acquisitions Assistant; (hack) John 
Sandstrom, Acquisitions Librarian; Debra Mcintosh, College Archivist; 
Renee Taylor, Associate Librarian for Technical Services; Julia Lewis, 
Special Services Librarian; Susan Massey, Circulation Assistant; Joycelyn 
Troterk, Periodicals Assistant; (not pictured) Jan Allison, Reserves Assistant. 



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COMPLTERSERN ICES. (/th/iO Jan Frascogna. DeDe Ash. Dixie Fontenot, 
(back) Jim \ anNuj. Hampton .Shive. Gail Keller. Rajat Chaudhuri. Brian 
Jackson. 



FOODSERMCE. (/™;if) l.ui.\ Johnson. I, illie Johnson. Mildred L.Terrell. 
()li> ia White, Johnnie Williams. Mattie l.> le. Alice Acy. (middle) F're Hill. 
Jannette Lee. Jeannette Lee. Courtney Coleman, Daisey Daniels. Mitchell L. 
Towers, Thelma M. Long. Hope F:dwards. Julia Husbands, (hack) David 
Woodward, James CiritTm. Robert Singleton. Sharon Day. E\elyn Adams, 
Tomniie Ray Sawyer, Michael A. Knight, Lee S. Johnson, Calvin R. Mack, 
Steve King. 



RESIDENCE LIFE STAFF", (front) Dawn Abuse, Michelle Pate, Allanna 
Austin, Christy Sylvan, Allison Tays. Amy Lyniberis, (2nd row) Janet Foley, 
Michelle Milam, Mary Blaine, Melissa Cooke, (irdniw) Caria Shirley, Niki 
Lipari, Emily Crowe, Christine Meyers, Kevin (irace. Scott W ebster, Mario 
White, Adam Kirhy, (4th row) Mike Dale, Jonathan Ilulh. Landon Huey, 
Max Cox, (hack) Anita Sumrall, Sean (irace, David Iravis. 




STl'DENT AFFAIRS STAFF, (front) Martha Lee. Administrative 
Coordinator for Student Affairs: \ enita Mitchell, Director of Student 
Development; Leah (lillespie. Director of Student Activities; Sharon (ilumb. 
Catholic Campus Minister; (middle) David fravis. Assistant Director of 
Student Development; Janice Booth. College Counselor; Michelle Benoist. 
Secretary for Student Affairs; .Sandra Fanguy. Career Center Coordinator; 
Michele Martin. Director of Academic and Career Development; Sheryl 
Wilburn. Director of Multicultural Affairs; (hack) David Sneed. Associate 
Dean of Students; Rusty Anderson, Director of Career Planning and 
Placement; (iary Fretwell. Nice President for F;nrollmenl and Student 
Alfairs; Terry Hight. Residence Director. Goodman House; Jack Phillips, 
Residence Director. Sanderson Hall; Don Fortenberry, Chaplain. 




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DIVISIONS/ ACADEMIC 
STAFF. Darlcne Dukes, Olin 
Divisions; Carole Martin, Olin 
Divisions; Dora Robertson, Core; 
(not pictured) Louise Hetrick, 
Heritane; .leanne Bodron, 
Sullivan Harrell; Lvdia Dell, 
Writin;; Center; Virginia Salter, 
Sullivan Harrell; Christina 
Coker, Music. 



OFFICE OF FINANCIAL AID. 
Ann Hynenian, Associate Dean 
of Student Aid Financial 
Planning; Esther Baugh, 
Financial Aid Counselor; .lack 
L. Woodward, Dean of Student 
Aid Financial Planning; Cheri 
Gober, Office Manager. 



GROUNDS. Mel Williams, Trov 
Main, Governor Lawrv, Ernest 
Walton, Wilbert Newell, Dan 
Neely, Willie Chase, Bud 
Thigpen, Lee Miller. 



POST OFFICE STAFF. Diane 
Samples, Lee Anne Hamilton, 
Kathi .Acy, Mittie Welty, 
Taminee Ficklin, Kuldip Sood. 



OFFICE OF RECORDS. Jackie 
Welch, Evaluation/Transcript 
Analyst; Becky Bowen, 
Transcript Secretary; Jayne 
Perkins, Registrar; Liz 
Needelman, Records Analyst 
Assistant; Jan Warner, Records 
Analyst Assistant; (not pictured) 
Pearl Dyer, Assistant Registrar. 




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What is your 
favorite place 

TO GO OUT? 

The Boat House in Destin. 

Florida, is my favorite 

place to go out. They 

have the best mixture of 

local and international 

people-professional and 

bums. Everyone has a 

good time with the 'World 

Famous Kimosabe Band." 

I think the band is made 

up of real estate 
developers from Destin. 
-Lena Barlow. Development 

What is your 
pet peeve? 

My pet peeve is to see 

people who wear socks 

with sandals. The whole 

point of sandals is to wear 

them v\ ithout anything on 

your feet, so that your toes 

can breathe. 

-Anita Siimrall. Stitdeitt 

Ajfairs 



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What is your 
favorite junk 

FOOD? 

Domino's Pizza is my 

favorite - you can order it 

at almost anytime, and it is 

really cheap if you order it 

with another person! 

-Amity McDonald 

My favorite junkfood is 

Reese's Peanut Butter 

Cups - because there is 

more than one way to eat a 

Reese's! 

-Shelley Young 



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HAT IS YOUR 
DREAM 
VACATION? 

My dream vacation would 
be to go to Africa because 
I feel that 1 can contribute 

to the society while 
learning of my own inner 
roots. 
-Kim Gallager 



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Ashley Abate. Fr. 

Dawn Abuso. Sr. 

Jason Adams. Fr. 

John Adams, Fr. 



Angela Ahuja. Soph. 
Harmony Albert. Soph. 

Chris Alexander. Fr. 
ReShea Aie.xander, Sr. 



Kristen Alford. Fr. 

Rachel Allgood. Sr. 

Priscilia Almond, Fr. 

Jennifer Alston, Sr. 



Alison Ammann, Soph- 
Elizabeth Anderson, Fr. 
Michael Andrews, Fr. 
Beau Arceneaux, Soph. 



Derek Arrington. Jr. 

Bradley Atkinson, Sr. 

Allana Austin, Soph. 

Elizabeth Austin, Soph. 



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SQEAKY CLEAN. Stephanie A FRESH COAT. Angic Lang gives 
Barret cleans mirrors for the Tri afenceattheJacksonZooanew cuat 
Delta team during Midtow n Project. of black paint. 



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students 



Halley Austin. Soph. 
Peter Austin. Soph. 
Laura Autry. Fr. 
Tyler Avery. Fr. 
Neill Ayre.s, Fr. 

Amy Bagby, Sr. 
Russ Bagby, Sr. 
Rosy Bahadur, Sr. 
Amy Baier. Soph. 
Alhson Bailey. Fr. 



Brooke Baird. Fr. 
Amy Balducci, Soph. 
Brad Ball, Soph. 
Ken Ball, Soph. 
Jennifer Ballard, Jr. 



Brent Bankester, ADP Jr. 
Erin Barbour, Fr. 
Ginger Bargman, Jr. 
Winston Barham, Sr. 
Jeff Barksdale, Fr. 



Edward Barousse, Sr. 
Lesley Barousse, Soph. 
John Patrick Barrett Jr., Sr. 
Stephanie Barrett, Fr. 
Ronald Bartlelt, Sr. 



Lea Barton, Jr. 
Lottie Bash. Jr. 
Jennifer Beal, Sr, 
Andy Beauchamp, Fr. 
Vanessa Beaumont, Fr. 



Nathan Beavers. Fr. 
Randy Beck. Fr. 
Ryan Beckett, Jr. 
Barry Berch, Jr. 
Emily Berg. Jr. 



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students 


1 r 


Cheri Bergeron. Sr 


1 i 


Seth Berman. Soph 


1 ^ 


Willeiii Bermel. Soph 


1 fl 


Erin Best. Fr 


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Carly Bethea, Fr 


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Melanie Bhagat. Fr 


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Jennit'er Bhatia, Jr 


m ^ 


Michele Biegel. Fr 


K^ 


Rob Bigsby. Soph 


V/ 


Am\ Bilbo, Soph 


^k-. 



Blake Billups. Soph. 

Martha Banon Bishop, Sr, 

Noble Black. Fr. 

Adrian Blackwell. Fr. 

Alice Blavlock, Sr. 



Cindy Boatner. Fr 

Michael Boerner. Fr. 

Scott Bogan. Jr. 

Kathryn Bond, Sr. 

Mary Boothe. Soph. 



Kno.x Bolder. Jr. 

Mandy Bourgeois. Fr. 

Steven Bowers, Fr. 

Molly Boxx. Jr. 

Jininiv Bovd. Fr. 



Kenneth Brian Boyd, Fr 

Hagi Bradley, Sr. 

Brennan Branch, Fr. 

Epney Brasher. Fr. 

Lisa Bratton. Soph. 



Jennifer Brewer, Fr 

Priscilla Brewer, Sr 

Tiffany Brimhall, Fr. 

Lucy Brinson. Fr. 

Amelia Brow n. Fr. 




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Andy R. Brown, Soph. 
CUiie Brown. Sr. 
Elizabeth Brown. Soph. 
Vonda Walker Brown. Sr. 



Morgan Browne. Soph. 
Barbara Ann Broyles. Jr. 
Reid Bruce. Fr. 
Ricky Bryant. Fr. 



Kim Budde. Jr. 
Erika Buford. Fr. 
Bernadad Burchfield. Fr. 
Allen N. Burke. Fr. 



Jeanette Burke. Soph. 
Mark Burke. Jr. 
Mike Burketl. Soph. 
Ginger Burns, Fr. 



Jan R. Butler Jr.. Soph. 
Ashley Calhoun, Fr. 
Kate Calvert. Fr. 
Patrick Caraway, Soph. 



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TEAMWORK. Carmen Grubbs 
and Kim Gallager try to be the first 
to cross the finish line at the Wacky 
Olympics during Major Madness. 



SMALLTALK. .John Sullivan, Jan 
Warner andjulianne Iccomb discuss 
a magazine article while waiting to 
go to their evening classes. 




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How MANY 

NIGHTS A WEEK 

DO YOU GO 

OUT? 

I usually go out four 
nights a week. 

-Chris Saucier 

I go out about three or 
four nights a week. 
-Maiy Beth Chrestinan 

I go out three nights a 
week. 
-Michele DeMarco 

What is your 
favorite tv 

SHOW? 

ER is my favoiite show 

because it is so exciting. 

oiiginal, and well thought 

out. 

-Marx Blaine 



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What do you 
think of the 

NEW SAE 
HOUSE? 

It rocks! And ihc guys are 
cool, too! 
-Laiiri McConn'uk 

What was 
your worst 

DATING 
EXPERIENCE? 

Dating? Who. me?!? 

-Nellie Miluis 

That would ha\ e to he 
when my date decided to 
pull out a gun from under 
the seat of his truck and 
simultaneously attempt to 
run over and shoot his ex- 
girlfriend's new lover. 
-Mdigait Richardson 



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David Carner Jr.. Fr. 

Diane Carney. Sr. 

Allison Carr. Soph. 

Leigh Carter, Sr. 



Ted Carter. Sr 

Bryant Chaffin. Fr 

Philip Chapman. Soph 

Amy Chauvin. Fr, 



Rogen Chhabra. Sr 

Karen Chiang. Fr 

Shawn Chrisman, Fr 

Robin Clark. Fr 



Sally Clark. Fr 

Candee Clary. Jr. 

Carrie Coker. Jr 

Kackv Cole. Sr 



Wendy Collins. Fr. 

Soria Colomer. Fr 

Amy Comans. Fr, 

James Connolly, Sr, 





CHKCKINC IT Oil. Martha \\.\. IN A 1)A^ S WORK. RA 

Barron Bishop discusses a Michelle Pate waits to he dunked at 

homework assignment with Rick the .Student .\ITairs dunking hooth 

Senn after dinner. at Major Madness. 



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Students 



Amanda Cook. Fr. 
David Cook. Sr. 
Melis.sa Cooke. Sr. 
Elizabeth Cooper. Jr. 
Gina Cosentino, Fr. 

Brian Courville. Fr. 
Carrie Covode. Fr. 
Allison Cox. Soph. 
Holly Crawford. Fr. 
Jennifer Crawford, Fr. 



Tracey Crawford. Soph. 
Amy Creel. Fr. 
Jennifer Cremer. Jr. 
George Crook. Fr. 
Jana Crosby, Fr. 



Alison Croswell. Sr. 

Andrew Steele Crotwell, Soph. 

Emily Crowe. Sr. 

Jenny Crowl. Jr. 

Jamie Baquero Cruz, Fr. 



Don Cumbest. Fr. 
Sydney Cumbest. ADP Sr. 
Eric Cummings, Jr. 
Ellen Czaika. Fr. 
Dugue Daigle. Soph. 



Daniel Dale. Soph. 
Mike Dale, Soph. 
Jason Dare. Fr. 
Michael Daschbach, Jr. 
Kelsey Davidson, Soph. 



Leslie Davidson, Jr. 
Megen Davidson. Fr. 
Angela Davis, Jr. 
Lee Davis. Fr. 
Marvin Davis, Fr. 



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students 



Philip Davis. Jr 

Erin Dav\son. Fr 

Ford Day. Fr. 

Susan Michelle Dean. Sr. 

Latanishia Dees. Fr. 

Miehele DeMarco. Jr. 

Jamie Devall. Sr. 

Roben Dew s. Jr. 

Kris Dickson. Jr. 

Rachel Diel. Fr 



Caroline Dill. Fr. 

Sarah Catherine Dill. Jr. 

Jeremv Dobay. Fr. 

Jeftery Doolittle. Soph. 

Bets\ Donnish. Fr 



Melanie Dolson. Fr. 

Chad Duncan. Sr. 

Charles Lee Duval II. Fr. 

Elizabeth Dyer. Soph. 

Casey Dyson. Fr. 



Cris Eddings. Fr. 

Amber Edwards. Fr. 

Charles Edwards. Sr. 

Jennifer Edwards. Jr. 

Caroline Ellender. Fr. 



Mitchell Ellett. Fr 

Millicent Emmert. Sr 

Amy Ethridge. Soph 

Emily Ethridge. Fr 

Ben Everett. Soph 



Terry Everett. Jr. 

Joan Fabbri. ADP Jr. 

John Fredric Farrel Jr.. Sr. 

Katy Farrell, Soph. 

Jennifer Lee Farrow. Fr. 




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Trent Favre, Jr. 
Susan Feldman. Soph. 
Duane Fewell. Fr. 
Christina Finzel. Jr. 



Chris Fisher, Soph. 
Will Flatt. Soph. 
Dan Fletcher. Fr. 
Chris Floyd. Sr. 



Michael Fontaine. Fr. 
Judy Ford, ADP Soph. 
Todd Fountain, Sr. 
Nichole Franklin. Fr. 



Nan Frascogna. Soph. 
Jacob Fuller, Fr. 
Desmond J. Funchess, Fr. 
David Fuquay. Jr. 




FOR SALE. Kelly Giles works at 
the Student Art Associations's Arts 
and Crafts Sale Saturday afternoon 
during Major Madness. 



GOOD LUCK! Jeana Conner and 
Carey Klotz help Jeremy Conner fill 
out the Publisher's Clearing House 
Sweepstakes entry form. 




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What do you 
think of the 
plans for the 

NEW DORM? 

The new dorm v\ ill be a 
welcome addition to the 
Millsaps campus. As the 
number of people living 
on campu.s increases, the 
fight for the best rooms 
will continue to intensify. 

The new dorm will 

definitely relieve some of 

the pressure to be first in 

line when it comes time to 

select rooms. 

-John Myers 

What is your 
least favorite 

MOVIE? 

My least favorite movie of 
all time is WOLF. That 

movie is so unrealistic and 
the ending was so bad! 

-L\le Wardlavr 



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Who is your 

HERO? 

Nomiun Schv\art/kopf is 

my hero because 1 think he 

is such an amazing 

Amencan! 

-AlUsiin Tays 

My hert) is my father. He 
IS warm and sensitive. He 

is very spiritual and 

giving. He is one of the 

best people in the world. 

If I could be like anyone. 

it would be him. 

-Tiffiiu'x Staples 

What is your 
favorite 

MOVIE? 

The Princess Bride is my 
favorite movie. I have the 

entire movie 
memori/ed... including the 

sound effects. 

-David hiujiiax 



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Melissa Gaston. Fr 

Cora Gee, Sr 

Natalie Gilbert. Soph 

Kellv Giles. Jr 



George E. Gillespie HI. Soph 

Heather Gilliam, Jr 

Renee Gober. Jr 

Gretchen Godchaux. Jr 



Brian Gomillion. Jr 

Lory Gonzales, Jr 

Shawn Goodwin. Soph 

Christine Gorton, Soph 




Kevin Grace, Sr 

Sean Grace. Soph. 

Lillian Granderson, Jr, 

Bethany Grantham. Fr, 



WA\ TO GO, (;IK1.S! Christine WATCH OCT! Kay Maslier takes 

Meyers, April Turner, Aniily time out ol' liis schedule to spend a 

McDonald and Mary Kalherine Papa fe« minutes with friends playinK 

compete in the pi/./.a ealinj; contest. I'rishee in the BohI. 



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Stephen Greenleaf. Sr. 
James Greer. Sr. 
Lakeysha Greer. Soph. 
Allison Grubbs. Fr. 
Leonard Jerome Guine. Fr. 

Alison Guynes. ADP 
Bridget Hall. Fr. 
Sammy Hall. Fr. 
Wil Hallford. Soph. 
Jiinmie K. Hamilton. Fr. 



Lee Anne Hamilton. Sr. 
Jennifer Hamiii. Fr. 
Josh Hancock. Fr. 
Ashley Hansford. Soph. 
Howard Lamont Hanson, Fr. 



Amy Harden. Jr. 
DeMall Harkins. Soph. 
Elise Harrell. Soph. 
Brad Harrelson. Jr. 
April Harris. Fr. 



Carlton Harris. Fr. 
Christina Harris. ADP Jr. 
Heather Lynn Harris. Fr. 
Spencer Harris IIL ADP Jr. 
Charlotte Harrison. Fr. 



Joseph M. Harrison. Fr. 
Phil Hartness. Soph. 
Melissa Harvison. Fr. 
Gigi Haydel. Sr. 
Mohua Hazra. Jr. 



Melissa Heck. Fr. 

Karen Hemphill. Fr. 

Laura Henderson. Fr. 

Wendy Michelle Henderson. Sr. 

Cyndi Hennemann. Fr. 



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students 



Malt Henry, Soph. 

Trish Henry. Fr. 

Mike Hixson. Soph. 

Lisa Hoffman. Fr. 

Kim HolHmon, Jr 

Sharon Hoimberg. ADP Sr. 

Vik Hoimberg. ADP Soph. 

Jennifer Honeycutt. Sr. 

Angela M. Hood. Soph. 

Shelley Hooter. Soph. 



Wyn HooN'er. Jr, 
Mary Horner, Jr. 

Trey Howard, Sr. 
Matt Huard, Fr. 

Heidi Hudlow. Fr. 



Tessa Hue, Fr. 

Kathryn Hughes. Jr. 

Kristie Hughes. Fr. 

Shannon Hughes. Fr. 

Will Huguet. Soph. 



Jason Hurst, Fr. 

Jonathan Huth, Soph. 

Teddy Hymel, Jr. 

Jenny Irons, Jr. 

Turkessa Irvin, Fr. 



Ronnie Isaac. Fr. 

Benjamin Jeffcoat. Fr. 

Jennifer Jen, Sr. 

Steven Johns. Fr. 

A.J. Johnson, Soph. 



Ashley Johnson, Soph. 

Heather Johnson. Fr 

Lee Ann Johnson. Fr. 

Lee Scott Johnson. Fr. 

Clay Johnston, Jr. 




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Patrick Wright Johnston. Fr. 
Jason Jolly, Fr. 
Lakeisha Jones. Fr. 
Thomas Jones II. Fr. 



Jessica Jowers. Fr. 
Kalherine Kemp. Jr. 
Valerie Kilgore. Fr. 
Julie Kimbrouah. Jr. 



Allen King, Soph. 
Edie King, Sr. 
Alden Kirk, Fr. 
Michael Kittrell. Sr. 



Kevin Koeninger. Soph. 
Kim Kuhns. Jr. 
Aimee Lacallade. Soph. 
Stuart Lacy. Fr. 




AND THE WINNER IS... Lee Davis 
finally gets to chew his mouthful of 
pizza after winning the Major 
Madness pizza eating contest. 



STUDY BREAK. Ross Worley and 
Amanda Wood spend part of an 
afternoon resting at the Pil<e tree 
before going to their next class. 




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What is your 
favorite time 

TO STUDY? 

I love studying at night 

because that is when I 

have the least number of 

interruptions. 

-Allison McDonnell 

What is the 

MOST 

EMBARRASSING 

THING THAT HAS 

HAPPENED TO 

YOU IN A 

CLASS? 

The worst thing was when 

my ceramic pot was voted 

'worst pot' in class. 

-Brice Stokes 

What is your 
favorite pizza 

PLACE IN 

Jackson? 

Mazzio's is my favorite! 
They have a great buffet. 
-Janet Folex 



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What is your 
biggest regret 
of the school 

YEAR? 

The parking lot - because 
there is not a decent one at 
Millsaps College. 
-Beaux McConuick 

My regret is that we got 

put on social probation, 

and we could not have any 

parties for four months. 

-Daniel M.v 

What is your 
favorite meal 

IN THE 
CAFETERIA? 

1 love it when they have 
the Thanksgiving meal 
because 1 like the turkey 
and dressing. Also, the 
slide show by the Campus 
Ministry Team is nice. 

-Sarah Luce 



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Courtney Lange. Soph. 

Mary Largenl, Fr. 

John Larrys. Jr. 

Baker Lawiev. Fr. 



Rachel LeBlanc. Jr. 

Charlie Ledbetter. Fr, 

Lynette Ledoux, Soph. 

Jimmv Leduc. Sr. 



Laurie Lefoldt, Sr. 

Jessica Lemon, Fr. 

Jenny Leonard, Jr. 

Laurie Lester. Sr, 



Scott Lewis, Jr. 

Lee Y. Liao, Fr. 

Heather Lindsey, Fr." 

Chris Lineberry, Jr. 



Monique Lipari, Jr. 

Jason Loden, Fr. 

Felicia Lofton, Sr. 

Stephen Lokitz, Fr. 




HERE.FETCH! Natalie Scott plays HELPINGHAND. GrctchenGodchaux 
with her dop in the Bowl. and a friend clean windows at Stewpot 

during the Midtown project. 



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Students 



Becky Long. Soph. 
Lauren Long. Soph. 
Mary McKay Long. Sr. 
Heather Lott. Soph. 
Shehon Lott. Sr. 

Adriane LaVern Louie, Fr. 
John Michael Louis. Fr. 
John Lowery. Fr. 
Sarah Luce. Jr. 
Brad Madden. Soph. 



Megan Maginnis. Fr. 
Charhe J. Malouf IlL Soph, 
Lauren Mancini. Soph. 
Mimi Mangruni. Fr. 
Minelte Marley. Jr. 



Doniell Marse, Jr. 
Jim Marshall. Fr. 
Cheryl Martin. ADP Jr. 
Lauren Martin, Fr. 
Ray Masker III, Fr. 



Amanda Masset. Soph. 
Justin Matheny. Fr. 
Ryo Matsuoka, Fr. 
Walter Preston May. Fr. 
Clinton Mayes. Jr. 



Emily Mayo, Soph. 
Marta Maziarz. Fr. 
Amy McCain, Jr. 
Lauri McCormick, Fr. 
Anna McCracken, Soph. 



Kim McCranie, Soph. 
Philip McDermott. Soph. 
Amity McDonald, Fr. 
Ashley McDonnell. Fr. 
Melissa McEver. Jr. 



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Students 



Jennifer McHenr> . Jr. 

Dorian E. Mclntyre. ADP Sr. 

Lori McKee, Fr. 

Christopher McLean. Fr 

Luigi McMinn. Fr. 

Austin McMullen. Soph. 

Brian McNeil. Fr. 

Ellen McRaney. Jr. 

Cyndi Meeks. Jr. 

Tree Meeks. Fr. 



Li Melcher. Soph. 

Kelly Merrinian, Jr. 

Christine Meyers. Jr. 

Bilh Michot. Jr. 

Michelle Milani. Sr. 



Jennifer Miller. Soph. 

Melanie Miller. Jr. 

Gabrielle Mills. Fr. 

Melinda Mills. Soph. 

Anne Minor. Fr. 



Jennifer Minor. Soph 

Chris Minshew. MBA 

Chip Mitchell. Soph. 

Anna Kathryn Monleith. Soph. 

Mark Moodv. Fr. 



Laura Moore. Fr. 

Stephanie Phelps Moore. Jr. 

Sara Moorehouse. Fr. 

Jennifer Morgan. Soph. 

Matthew Morgan, Fr. 



Steve Morgan. Jr. 

Da\ id Morris. Fr. 

Euvester Simpson Morris. Sr. 

Chris Morrison. Jr. 

David Morrow, Sr. 




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Mary Love Mortimer. Fr. 
Michael Morykwas. Soph. 
Chris Mosley, Soph. 
Jennifer Mosley. Soph. 



Michelle Moss. Soph. 
Charlie Mozingo. Fr. 
Robert Mozingo. Jr. 
AnnaMulvihill. Sr. 



Chris Murphy. Soph. 
Scott Murphy. Sr. 
Matthew Murray. Soph. 
John Myers. Soph. 



Mary Margaret Nail. Sr. 
Yasuyuki Nakajinia. Sr. 
Rachel Nail. ADP 
Perry Narro. Soph. 




A BALANCING ACT. Neeka 
Sanders tries to keep her balance on 
a beam at GAMMA'S Wacky 
Olympics during Major Madness. 



WELCOME TO BACOT! RA 
Michelle Milam checks in Megan 
Maginnis on the first day of her new 
life at college. 




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What is your 
favorite time 

OF DAY? 

My favorite time of day is 
mid-afternoon. I am either 

in a computer lab or 

working in the afternoon. I 

get to interact with my 

friends and meet new 

people who are hanging 

around. 

-Rob Bigsby 

What do you 
think of the 
new weight 

ROOM? 

It is about time! It will 

give students something 

else to do on campus and 

will be a great 

improvement over the 

rusty free weights stuck in 

the corner of the gym that 

1 used to use when I was a 

freshman ! 

-Tammy Baker 

This is the best idea that 

the school has had in a 

while. Students need a 

place to lift and exercise 

that is cheap. 

-Greg Redman 



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What has been 
^ your most 
exciting road 

TRIP? 

The second weekend we 

came back from the 

Christmas holidays, I went 

with some friends fishing 

in Brookhaven. Then we 

v\ ent to a barbecue in 
McComb. 1 met a ton of 
interesting people there! 
-David Morris 

4iOW MANY 
HOURS A WEEK 
DO YOU WATCH 
TV? 

1 watch at most ten hours a 

week of TV. I usually 

watch Melrose Place and 

Days of Our Lives. 

-Rachel LeBlanc 

Well, considering my 
teachers all assume that 1 

don't have any other 

classes but theirs, 1 usually 

have no time left over to 

watch TV. But since I 

also ignore most of my 

work, I watch about ten 

hours a week of TV. 

-Gavin Smith 



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Ben Nelson, Jr. 

Lisa Ness, Fr. 

Heather Neuroth. Fr. 

An Nguyen. Fr. 



Kaveri Niel.sen, Fr. 

Daniel Nix, Jr. 

Trace Noble, Soph. 

Ben Nonnenmacher, Fr. 



Brian Christopher Norton, Fr. 

Jana Nye, Fr. 

Chris O'Brien, Fr. 

Makiko Ohishi, Fr. 



Amanda O' Kelly, Soph. 

Stephen Oseman, Fr. 

Tanya Oswald, Fr. 

Jason Otis, Fr. 



Talbott Ottinger, Jr. 

Ben Owen, Sr. 

Meredith Ozier, Soph. 

Suzanne Pack, Jr. 





TWIST .AND SHOUT! Chris O'Brien, 
John Lower), Jason Adam.s and Isaac 
Wankerl enjoy an afternoon game of 
Twister during Major Madness. 



MAJOR SPIRIT. Marci Songcharoen 
w ails for her cue to go on the field for 
the Homecoming Day pregame 
ceremony. 



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Students 



Randy Paine. Fr. 
Gayle Palfrey, Jr. 
Amy Palmer, Sr. 
Amy L. Palmer, Fr. 
Lauren Pancheri. Fr. 

Michael Pantin. Fr. 
Mary Catherine Papa, Fr. 
David Parnell. Soph. 
Mollie Parnell. Fr. 
Louise Parsons. Sr. 



Michelle Pate. Jr. 
Yogesh Patel, Jr. 
Karena Payne. Jr. 
Miles Payne. Sr. 
Emily Peoples. Fr. 



Ken Peters. ADP Soph. 
Vickie Pettis, Jr. 
Michael Petty. Fr. 
Ashley Phillips. Fr. 
Jeffery Phillips. Soph. 



Joshua Phillips. Fr. 
Stephanie Pittman, Fr. 
Marcie Planchon. Fr. 
Lynn Pohl. Sr. 
Brian Ponder. Soph. 



Katelyn Poovey, Sr. 
Jeanette Popsack. Jr. 
Mark Post, Fr. 
Patrick Powell, Sr. 
Emily Prejean. Soph. 



Michael Prejean. Soph. 
Kacy Presley. Sr. 
Chris Price. Jr. 
Allison Louise Priebe, Fr. 
Aimee Primeaux, Fr. 



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students 



Don Proctor. Soph 

Kristi Pruitt. Soph 

Amy Purser, Soph 

Mary Alice Rambin. Fr 

Michael Ray, Fr. 

Harry Rayburn, Fr 
Jim Reames, MBA 
Selah Redhead, Jr 
Doug Redman. Sr. 
Grea Redman. Jr. 



Angie Reed. Soph. 

Todd Reese. Jr. 

Todd Reeves. Fr. 

Jennifer Reynolds. Sr 

Hany Rezk. Fr. 



Pamela Rials. Jr. 

Morgan Richardson. Jr. 

Rachel Richardson. Jr. 

Sara Ridgway. Fr. 

Marty Risley. Sr. 



Kathleen Robbins. Fr 

Christy Robertson. Fr 

Dora Robertson. ADP Sr 

Dana Roe. Soph 

Shannon Rogers. Soph 



Kristi Rountree. Jr. 

Stacey Roy, Fr. 

Jonathan Rudolph. Fr 

Jason Alan Ruggles. Fr. 

Susan Russell. Jr. 



Robert Sabau. Fr. 

Joyce Saitta. Fr. 

Bina Saleh. Fr. 

Frederick Salvo. Fr. 

Jennifer Sanders. Fr. 




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Neeka L. Sanders, Jr. 
Kim Sands, Sr. 
Mariko Sasuga, Fr. 
Chris Saucier. Fr. 



Daniel M. Scearce, Soph. 
Robin Schambach, Fr. 
Stacie Schneeflock, Soph. 



Natalie Scott, Sr. 
Jennifer Sentilles, Soph. 
Amar Sethi, Soph. 
Christina Seto, Fr. 



Michael A. Sevel, Fr. 

Susan Sharp, Fr. 

David Shelton, Jr. 

Sarah Elizabeth Shelton, Fr. 



Claire Shepard, Soph. 
Gen Shepherd, Sr. 
Amber Shippee, Soph. 
Carla Shirley, Sr. 



PICNIC IN THE BOWL. Gabby 1-AND-2-AND-3-AND-4-AND... 

Mills and Laura Moore spend the last Perry Narro and Mandy Bourgeois 

day of Perspectives in the Bowl with take advantage of an aerobics class 

their group for the Perspectives picnic. in the new weight room. 




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What is your 
favorite day 
of the week? 

Friday.s are the highlight 

of my week! All of my 

fiiends and I look forward 

to Friday nights so we can 

set all of our boring books 

aside and go out! 

-Heather Johnson 

Thursdays are my favorite 
because I have plenty of 
time to just hang around! 
-Willard 

My favorite day of the 

week is definitely 

Saturday because there are 

so many things to do, and 

you do not have to worry 

about school stuff. 

-Emily Varner 

Wednesday-Ladies' Night 

at Rodeo's is the best! It's 

interesting to observe the 

subculture there. 

-Rebecca Brown 



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Do YOU HAVE A 
JOB? 

I work as a resident 

advisor to Ezelle Hall. 

Most of the time. I really 

enjoy my job. It does get 

hard at times though, 
especialh \\ hen people get 
rov\dy and break thmgs. 
-Mike Dale 

What is your 
favorite 

COLOR? 

M\ favorite color is 

orange because it is a 

derivati\e of red. 

-Neeka Sanders 

Chartreuse is m\ faxorite 

color because it catches 

the most fish. 

-Ben Nelson 



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Moll\ Moring Shorter. Fr. 

Teresa Shumate. Fr. 

Jessica Sigur. Fr. 

Catherine Simmons. Fr. 



Jenniter Simmons. Soph. 

W.E. Simmons. Jr. 

Corey Simon. Fr 

Kyria Simpson. Sr 



Ben Skipper. Soph. 

Amy Slatinsky. Sr. 

Nancy Sloan. Fr. 

Lane Smiley. Soph. 



.Amy Smith. Jr. 

Lauren Smith. Jr 

Martin W. Smith III. MBA 

Carol Peterson Sniuck. Sr. 



Mar\ Margaret Sneed. Sr. 

Nicole Soho. Jr. 

Tiffmy Sommers. Fr. 

Marci Sonacharoen. Sr. 



Kuldip Sood. Fr. 

.Anna Spangler. Sr. 

Sean Spratt. Fr. 

Christopher Stanley. Jr. 



Melissa Stanley. Fr. 

Sarah Stanton. Sr. 

Cicely Stelly. Fr. 

Brice Stokes. Sr. 




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students 



Jami Slokes, Fr. 
Cara Strickland, Jr. 
Jamie Suinies, Jr. 
Chri.siiiie Sullivan. Jr. 
Helen Summerford. Fr. 

Claire Sutton. Soph. 
Christy Sylvan. Soph. 
Nina Tansey. Fr. 
Kutenia Tate. Soph. 
Natalie Tate, Jr. 



Ann Taylor. Fr. 
Charlie Taylor. Fr. 
Holly Taylor. Fr. 
Lesley Taylor, Fr. 
Allison Tays, Jr. 



Kun Temple. Fr. 
Thomas Temple. Sr. 
John Thomas. Soph. 
Kenneth Thomas. Fr. 
Sterling Thomas, Fr. 



Cara Thompson. Fr. 
Paul Thompson, Fr. 
Amy Threet. Jr. 
Keturah Thurmond. Jr. 
Clifford R. Tillman Jr.. Fr. 



Joseph Townsend, Jr. 
Alice Trask. Fr. 
Ellen Treadw ay. Sr. 
Elaine Trotter. Sr. 
Marty Troupe. Soph. 



Matthew Troup. Jr. 
Nobuyuki Tsuchiya. Fr. 
Lawrence Tucker. Soph. 
April Turner. Fr. 
Tiffany Turpin. Fr. 



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students 



Stacy Valentine, Jr. 

Lendy Van Slyke. Soph 

Jake Vargo. Fr 

Emily Vamer. Jr. 

Brian Vaught, Jr 

John Matthew Velkey. Sr. 

Amanda Vice. Fr, 

Jennifer Vickery. Sr 

Christopher Voigt, Soph 

Liz Volmer. Soph. 



Mary Jane Wagg, Fr. 

David Waibel. Sr. 

Christopher Walker. Sr. 

Kimberly Wallace, Sr. 

Zacchaeus Wallace. Fr. 



DeedreWalsh. Jr 

Valerie Walters. Jr. 

Isaac Wankerl. Fr. 

Lyle Wardlaw. Jr. 

Elizabeth Warren. Soph. 



Dee Dee Warriner. Fr. 

Ben Watson. Soph. 

Zach Webb. Fr. 

Scott Webster. Soph. 

Susan Weiser. Sr. 



Jason West. Fr. 

Thomas L. West Jr.. Sr. 

Doug White. Soph. 

Mario While. Jr. 

Michael White. Jr. 



Angle Whittington. Soph. 

Julie Whittinglon. Soph. 

Derek Whitwer, Jr. 

Patience Wildenfels, Soph. 

Harold Frederick Wilke. Fr 




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JeffWilkins, Jr. 

Krisly Wilkinson, Fr. 

Wilkird 

Beth Williams. Fr. 



Brian Williams. Fr. 
Clairi; Williams. Jr. 
Elee Williams. So. 
Elton Williams. Jr. 



Lauren Williams. Fr. 
■Suzanne Strong Willis. Sr. 
Hillary Wilson. Soph. 
Kevin Wilson, Fr. 



Dennis Wong. Fr. 
Amanda Wood. Fr. 
Brad Wood. Soph. 
Michael Wood. Jr. 



Brian A. Woods Jr.. Fr. 
Jonathan Woodward, Sr. 
Ross Worley, Fr. 
Hthan Woilhinaton, Fr. 



Yoshinori Yamada. Soph. 
Hideki Yasumoto. Fr. 
Aileen R. Yelle. MBA 
Elaine Young. ADP Soph. 



Elizabeth Young. Soph. 
Neal Zeber. Sr. 
Stephanie Zeber, Soph. 



In memory of 




Jason Wyatt Hurst 

1976- 1995 



THAT IS YOUR 
FAVORITE TIME OF 
DAY? 

"My favorite time of day is 

around mid-morning, 

especially when it is sunny 

and bright. It's like 

everything is alive." 

-Jason Hurst, Febnian 1995 



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Here wegoll! Athletics took 
great strides towards establishing a 
name in the SCAC. SpiHt that 
was once foreign was rekindled by the 
men s basketball team and 
their trip to the Sweet Sixteen. The 
gym stayed p2.CK6Cl with excited 
fans. Women's basketball and soccer 
also had rCmSrkflblG seasons. The 
women's soccer team finished 
"tll_XlTd in the conference. Not 
to be outdone, the baseball team made 
it to the JN v>iT.r\ tournament for the 
first time. 





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M0VINGF0/?I/K4/?D 



Senior stars lead the way in 
an entertaining year 

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l^eading the learn in at least 
four divisions, Kelvin Gladney 
w as named SCAC Player of 
the Week five times and SCAC 
Offensive Player of the Year. 

• 
Ixelvin Gladney broke school 
records with 2,089 all-purpose 
yards. Gladney also had 1 16 
total points. 

iVly biggest fan was my 
mother. She was at every 
home game." 

-John Lams 

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With a total of 41 receptions 
for 689 yards, Chns Walker 
led the Majors in receiving. 
Walker was also second in 
yardage and third in scoring. 



Jonathan Rudolph was tops 
in tackles with a total of 139, 
se\enty of w hich were solo. 

What makes a good 
athlete is a lo\e for the game." 
-Kacy Presley 

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F irst Team all conference 
players included Chuck 
Edwards, Duane Fewell, Chris 
Miller, and Chris Walker. 



i3cores 

Ausiin College 14-21 

DePauw Univer.sity 20-16 

McMurry University 21-28 

Colorado Ccillege 21-19 

Emory & Henry 14-54 

Centre College 14-18 

Trintiy University 17-20 

Univ. of the South 35-20 

Rhodes College 17-10 

Greenville College 17-20 
OveraU Record 4-6 





CROSSING THE LINE. Kelvin 
Gladney makes his way forward 
for what soon heiomes another 
six points. 



IN THE POCKET. Startins 
quiirterback Kacy Presley 
tlnished his senior year with 107 
completions for 1355 yards. 




FOOTBALL, (front) Clay .Johnston, Anson Walker, Kacy Presley, 

Kelvin (iladney, Doug Hindman, Thomas Temple, Brad Madden, 

Troy Nickerson, .Jeffrey Doolittle, Chris Walker, Authur .lohnson, 

{2nd row) Kenneth Thomas, Tony Dixon, .Johnny Davis, Charlie 

Malouf, Neal Zeher, Nathan Beavers, Andy Crotw ell. Chuck Kdwards, 

.John At wood, Brandon BarloH,(Jrrfr«H) Chris Voight, Clay Kittrell, 

.John Thomas, Charlie Mozin^o, Todd Reeves. .Jeff Wilkins. .Jason 

•m Otis, Marty May, Troy Hilton, .Johnathan Rudolph. (4th raw) Matt 

Morjjan, Wendell Harris, .John Larrys, Adam Deane, Brian Steelman, 

Kenny Lee, Beau Hale, .Josh Trapp, Jerome (iuine, (5th row) Shawn 

Demerritt, Dewayne Kewell, DeMatt Harkins, Brian Welcher, Chris 

Miller, Ronnie Issac. Michael Ray, Desmond Funchess, Ben 

Nonnenniacher, (6th row) Cowboy Skinner, Chris Minshew, Coach 

"^ Glenn Cain, Coach Bill Raphael, Coach Corey Diaz, Coach .Joe Don 

, . Samples, Coach Jim Page, Head Coach Tommy Ranager, Patrick 

Johnston, Tyler Avery, Phill Hartness, (7th row) Ashley Hansford, 

.IX Murray Burch, J. T. Sanders. 



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THE LAST STAND. Senior 
captains Neal Zeher, Chris 
Walker, Thomas Temple and 
Kelvin Gladney stand at midt'ield 
during the national anthem. 

GANG TACKLE. The defensive 
line makes sure that no player 
makes it across the line » ithout a 
little pain. 



CHEERI.KADERS. (fronl) 
Mary Larscnl, Nan Frascosna, 
Til'ani JelTeries, Marti 
SoriKcharoni. I. aura Autr\. 
Amanda ()'Kfll\.(/)n(/t) Mohua 
Hazra, Mt'lunii' Dotson. Seth 
Berman. Krin Dawson. Amanda 
Bell, Paul (iordon. Heather Lott, 
The Major. 




SIGN SPIRIT. Mohua Hazn 
gives I'ans a little tip on whai 
team to pull for. 




ASTEPAHE:AD. PaulCiordon 
dances to a different heat while 
Mohua Hazra, .Mary Largent and 
Erin Dawson cheer on the 
baskethall team. 

TOIGH CROWD. Mary 

Eargent and Laura Autry didn't 
need to work too hard to get fans 
rowd) at a .Millsaps basketball 
game. 





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SHommsuppoRT 



L his was the first year that 
the squad had a coach. Mary 
Margaret Wacaster came in 
and helped the cheerleaders 
improve so that they could 
compete at camp. 

1 he squad held a 
Homecoming workshop for 




Enthusiastic cheerleaders 
full ofsprirt 

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fSeing part of a team is a 
very rewarding experience. 
People are all working 
together trying to obtain the 
same goal, which could not 
be accomplished by just one 
athlete. For instance, we 
would not be able to build a 
pyramid if it were not for the 
determination of everyone." 
-Mohiia Hazra 




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THREE BITS. Amanda O'Kelly, 
Erin Da\v.son and Amanda Belle 
show off their spirit at a home 
football game. 

SITTING HIGH. Nan Frascogna 
uses her enthusiasm and pom-poms 
to get the crowd stirred up. 



MAKING HKR VVA\ DOWN. 

Nicole S()h() drihbles to the opposite 
side of the field in hopes of lakin}> 
the lead. 

GETTIN(; THK I'PPER KLBOW . 
While she \ olleys for possession of 
the hall, Susan Russel will agree 




WOMEN'S SOCCER, (froiill 
Kerry (irindle. Brook ISaird, 
I.eahW illiams.Stephanie/.eber, 
Kim Kudde, (iinny Carroll, 
,Iennif'er Miller, Heidi HudloH, 
Sara Moorehouse, Carrie Coker, 
Susan Russell, [hack) Coach 
David A. Korsythe, Molly 
Stewart,.|ennil'er Morgan, Kerry 
Wilson, llalley Austin, .lodi 
Gates, Susan Kasperbauer, 
Ashle> Abate, Nicole Soho, Lisa 
Waskom, Coach Sarah Mitten, 
Coach Raul Sierra. 




^INNINGK/CKS 




Staying ahead of the pack 
was hard to achieve 

Fact^A|Velings 



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v^oming back from an 
upsetting last year, the 
women's soccer team 
proved it was just a fluke by 
earning a winning record 
for both regular season and 
conference games. 

Ixoad trips are a major 
part of soccer. One trip the 
bus broke down, and we 
were stuck for over four 
hours. An ice cream truck 
arrived just in time. . . Raul 
was hitting on the driver. . . 
What an experience!" 

-Carrie Coker 

I^usan Kasperbauer was 
named SCAC first team. 
Kasperbauer led the team 
with 28 total points. 

Preshman Heidi Hudlow 
provided help in scoring 
with a total of 24 points. 



Junior goalkeeper Lisa 
Waskom finished the 
season with a total of 57 
saves. 

A think the reason our 
team was so successful was 
that we played well as a 
team. Experience and skill 
balanced the not-so-skilled. 
It was a great season 
because it was enjoyable 
and we won." 

-Carrie Wilson 



kJcores 

EmoryUniversity 1-9 

Agnes Scott College 3-2 

Loyola University 4-2 

Univ. of the South 2-1 
Univ. ot Southern Mississippi 2-1 

Oglethorpe University 1-0 

LaGrange College 3- 1 

Loyola University 4-1 

Centre College 3-0 

Rhodes College 0-4 

Hendrix College 7-0 

Southwestern University 1-2 

Trinity University 1-4 
Overall Record 9-4 



JUST IN CASE the opposing 
team trespasses in Lisa 
Waskoni's territory, she has the 
leg power to send it right bacli. 



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Experience earned 
during long hard season 



Facts ^'clings 




SCAC Player of the Week 
and team captain. Nathan 
Guice, led the team with 14 
goals and 28 total points. 

We were a young team. 
Catch us next year!" 

-Lee Johnson 

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i3enior captain Andy Kuhn 
was on top in assists with four. 
Freshman Lee Johnson was 
second with two. Johnson was 
also second in scoring w ith six 
goals and 14 total points. 



VFoalkeeper Jeremy Dobay 
completed the season with 95 
saves. 



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Mississippi College 
Dallas Baptist 
Centenary College 
Univ. of the South 



3-4 
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Univ. of Southern Mississippi 3-2 

Oglethorpe University 2-3 

LaGrange College 0-5 

Centre College 1-2 

Rhodes College 0-4 

HendrixCollege 3-3 

Southwestern University 4-1 

Trinity University 1-2 
Overall Record 3-8-1 



HLDDI.K IF. On many 
occa.sions the Majors slioHed how 
they stuck tontlher by always 
sticking up lor one another. 





ON THE RUN. Lee Johnson 
runs ahead of his man in 
hopes of cutting him off. 




PENALTY KICK. Senior team 
captain Andy Kuhn tal<es a shot. 




MEN'S SOCCER. (front) 
Jeremy Dobay. Jason Jolly, 
Robert Mozingo, Michael Coker, 
Willem Bermel, Nathan Guice. 
Chris O'Brien, Ray Masker, 
(middle) Coach David Forsythe, 
Molly Stewart, Gary Matthews, 
John Adams, Jeff McDonald, 
Justin Matheny, Hideki 
Yasumoto, Jason West, Coach 
Sarah Mitten, Coach Raul Sierra, 
(back) Nathan Beavers, Josh 
Farley, Lee Johnson, Ben Owen, 
Andy Kuhn, Tobias Gibson, 
Jaime Barquero-Cruz. 

ATTACK THE GOAL. Nobody 
had to instruct junior team 
captian, Nathan Guice, to do so. 



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Cross Country teams cover 
many long miles 

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FactAJ^elings 



I^teve Morgan came in 
1 St for both the Delta 
State and the Rhodes 
Invitational. Morgan 
was also All Conference 
and placed 16th in 
regionals. 

J ust about any one on 
the team would qualify 
for a lunatic. We ran 
rain or shine, hot or cold, 
from 10 mile runs to 1/4 
mile splits - and we 
actually got some 
enjoyment out of it." 

-Matthew Velkx 



Hdizabeth Callaway led 
the women's team and 
holds the school record for 
thc5Kat 19:57. 

• 
\_-oach Todd Munch 
planned wcirk-out routines 
for each and every player. 
He was working w ith male 
and female runners who 
each had indisidual needs. 



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USM 

Delia Slate 
Rhodes 
Mi.ss. College 
UWF 
Conference 



Women Men 

7th 12th 



2nd 
Sth 
1st 
2nd 
4th 



3rd 
8th 
2nd 
5 th 
7th 



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OUT FOR A RUN. Steve 
Morgan, an All Conference 
runner, stays in shape bv working 
out around campus in the off- 
season. Steve helped organize 
the Millsaps Marathon Club and 
competed in several road races 
in the spring. 



WOMEN'S AND MEN'S 
CROSS COUNTRY, {fronii Max 
Cox, Charlie Diel, Chris Saucier, 
Matt Velkev.fAaci). Janet Foley, 
Priscilla Almond, Elizabeth 
Callaway, Gabrielle Sciortino, 
(Jen Shepherd, (nut pictured) 
Steve Morgan, Brian McNeil, 
Coach Todd Munch. 




ON COURSE. The mens and 
women's teams take advantage 
of good weather to run the 2 mile 
training course on campus. In 
the lead is Matt Velkey, a 
recipient of the 1994-95 David 
M. Halbrook Certificate for 
Mississippi Student-Athletes 

THE STRETCH. Priscilla 
Almond and Gen Shepherd talk 
things over while stretching 
before a run. As a senior, this 
was Gen's last season during 
which she placed 5th at a meet at 
Delta State with a time of 21:07. 



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GR0WINGPi4/A/S 



Team struggles with only 
seven players and injuries 

O^ 

FactsNfeelings 



J. here couldn I have been a 
better place or group to party 
w ith than the team on our trip 
to New Orleans when we 
played Loyola L'ni\ersity.'" 

GiGi Huydcl 

"laying most of the season 
v\ith a dislocated shoulder. 
Lauren Long led the team w ith 
46 service aces. 

ijophomore Angie Hood 
stayed on top in assists with 240 
and led in attack percentage. 



J unior Barbara Ann Broyles 
pulled out 182 digs. 



k3 cores 

Mississippi College 0-.^ 

Hendrix College ,V1 

Loyola University .^^-2 

Jackson State Uni\ersily .^-1 

Mississippi College 0-.^ 

Centre College 1)-.^ 

Oglethorpe University 0-.^ 

Univ. of the South 1-.^ 

Loyola University l-?> 

Jackson State University .^-1 

Christian Brothers Univ. ()-.1 

Mississippi College 0-.^ 

Rhodes College " 0-3 

Southwestern University 0-.^ 

Hendirx College ' 1)-.^ 

Trinity University 0-.^ 

Trinity University 0-3 

Centre College 0-3 

Oglethorpe LIniveisity 0-3 

Univ. of the South 0-3 

Hendnx College 0-3 
Overall Record .?-/,V 



•Til'- yell (;i(;i Haydel and 
Barharu Ann Broyles as they 
block an oppi»in)> attack. 




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OLLEYBALL. {front) Karen 
hiang, Tessa Hue, (hack) GiGi 
aydel, Barbara Ann Broyles, 
ngie Hood. 

ERVICE. Barbara Ann Broylcs 
lys concentration is the key 
;hind serving. Broyles was 
cond in kills with 88. 



TIMEOUT. Duringalonggame 
coach Stacey Grisham calls time 
to pull her team back together. 





GETTING UP. GiGi Haydel 
easily slams the ball over the net. 
Haydel finished her season with 
142 kills to put her on top and 
came in second in digs with 179. 

SIDE .SET. Angle Hood sets the 
ball up in hopes that one of her 
teammates spikes it down. 

GETTING DOWN. Karen 
Chiang uses her agility to dig a 
long hard hit ball in the 
backcourt. 



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T()(;KTHKR. The Lad> 
Majors rirmly hclived that the 
fact that thi> pla\td t<ij;c-lhcT 
«as thi' rtason lhi> won. and 
pla\inu as indi\iduals was the 
reason thc\ lost. 




FRESHMAN. Michele Biege 
started for the Majors and had £ 
team high 26 points against 
Hendrix. Biegel a>eraged 1(1.: 
points per game for the Majors 



FOR THREK. Carla W ehh led 
the l.adv Majors in three point 
percentage at 44'"r and three 
point field goal attempts. \\ ehh 
was also second on the team in 
free throw percentage. 





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TOO LATE. I.anci Greenlee 
easily puts a move on her man t<i 
get a better shot off. (ireeniee 
ne\er had much trouble getting 
around her man. 

NEWCOMER. Julie Fennell 
came midseason to the Lady 
Majors and provided help in both 
getting the hall down the court 
and three point shooting. 





DREAM THiAM 




After long season Majors 
advance to NCAA tourney 

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Facte \Ffeelings 



First Team All SCAC 
selection Felicia Lofton led 
the team in free throw 
percentage, assists, and 
steals. Lofton averaged 
15.6 points a game. 

1 he Lady Majors lost to 
Emory University in the 
first round of the NCAA 
playoffs. This was the first 
national tournament 
appearance for the team. 



>cores 



LSU-Shreveport 


121-36 


Maryville-Mo 


90-39 


Washington University 


59-70 


Wittenberg 


70-81 


LSU-Shreveport 


123-36 


Judson College 


88-70 


Blue Mountain College 


85-80 


Wheaton College 


76-77 


Judson College 


89-68 


Univ. of Dallas 


97-61 


Emory University 


85-78 


Hendrix College 


83-60 


Rhodes College 


83-69 


Univ. of the South 


86-63 


Centre College 


69-87 


Trinity University 


82-68 


Southwestern University 


84-73 


Univ. of the South 


103-63 


Centre College 


89-68 


Trinity University 


72-74 


Southwestern University 


69-52 


Oglethorpe University 


76-67 


Hendrix College 


55-78 


Rhodes College 


96-69 


Oglethorpe University 


73-56 


Emory University 


77-95 


Overall Record 19-7 




WOMEN'S BASKETBALL, (front) Chrissy Webb, Land Greenlee, Michele Biegel, Angle Hood, Alyson 
Welch, Carmen Grubbs, Leah Smith, (back) Coach Gina Griffin, Mary Helen Wall, Felicia Lofton, 
Allison Ammann, Shannon Hughes, Kim Weaver, Caria Webb, Jennifer Hamm, Coach Cindy Hannon. 



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S\NEETSUCCESS 



Season filled with heart- 
breakers and clutch plays 

1^ 

FactsNJeelings 



1 he Majors traveled all the i 


• J unior transfer Don 


• • 

Proctor 




way to the Sweet Sixteen of , 


, also received First Team All 




the NCAA Championships in 


\ Conference honors and led his 




Virginia to fall short to the " 


• team in assists with 67 and 




Division 111 Champion. « 


» steals with 62. 






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X hillip Robinson was named , 


t ij cores 






Player of the Year and SCAC \ 


* l.oNolii University 


68-65 




' timory University 


89-59 




Player of the Week three ' 


Web.ster University 


95-55 




times. Robinson led the team * 


1 Fisk University 


94-61 






, Maryville University 


84-68 




in scoring, averaging 17.7 « 


t Prinicipia College 


1 19-59 




points per game. His total of , 


t Wesley College 
» LSU-Shreveport 


127-67 
94-62 




461 points broke the 1,00 point ' 


' Pensacola Christian 


106-84 




* 


Fisk University 


103-70 




mark for his career. " 


Hendrtx College 


74-60 




• 


, Rhodes Colleg'e 


64-66 




, Wesley College 


124-66 




Unity and tmseltlshne.ss « 


t Univ. ot the South 


89-74 




» Centre College 


74-70 




made the difference between a , 


• Trinity University 


100-72 






' Southwestern University 


97-66 






1 Univ. of the South 


86-67 






, Centre College 


87-68 




a championship team."" • 


) Trinity University 


81-71 




-John Bntniiii « 


t Southttestern University 


102-65 






» Oglethorpe University 


81-79 




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' Hendri\ College 


58-69 




ijophomore ,Iohn Garber led , 


• Rhodes College 


95-82 




Oglethorpe University 


91-69 






^ Hendrix College 


79-67 




the IVlajt)rs in rebounds with \ 


, Maivville College 


88-86 




197 and averaged 7.3 rebounds ' 


t L'ni\ . uf \Vi>.tonsui-Plalte\ ill 


: 68-82 






» Overall Record 25-3 




a game. Garber also led the • 








team in blocked shots with 83 < 








and averaged 3.1a game. \ 










CI, ITCH SHOT. 


'hillip 




Kobinsun 


squares up to si 


loot Tor 




Ihri-f for 


Ihf Major. 






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4EN'S BASKETBALL, (front) 
Christian Doucet, Darryl Nelson, 
)on Proctor, Cratin Luckett, 
immy Hamilton, Coach John 
itroudAhack) Zaccheus Wallace, 
ohn Brunini, John Garber, Brad 
'rice, Phillip Robinson, Coach 
4[att Mitchell. 



NO PROBI.KM. Don Proctor 
drives the lane and shoots despite 
tou^h defense from a few 
Hendrix Warriors. 




VICTORY CELEBRATION. 
John Garber assists Christian 
Doucet as he cuts down part of 
the net after clinching the SC AC 
Championship. 



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SENDING IT LONG. Mike 
Prejean puis on a show for one of 
the many crowds that came out 
to support the team. 



WAITINC; FOR THE PITCH. 
Teddy Hyniel nets ready to field 
an\ hall thai comes his «ay. Hymel 
led the team in hits with 54. 

SIT BACK AND RELAX. Trey 
Porter, Luther Ott, and.Iim Page 
agree that there is nothing quite 
like a Saturday at the ballpark. 







BASEBALL, {front) Yoshi 
Vaniada, Steve Dalferes, Mike 
Andrews, Harry Rayburn, Ben 
Jeffcoat, Mike HighFdl, Kevin 
Wilson, Neill Ayres, John 
Thomas, (middle) Charlie 
Malouf. Robert Dews, David 
Shelton, Michael Prejean, Chris 
Lawrence, Kirk Kinard, Alden 
Kirk, ,|eff Niolet, Brandon 
Barlow, (hack) Coach Trey 
Porter, Teddy Hymel, .John 
Mercer, .Jim Marshall, Anson 
Walker, Head Coach .Jim Page, 
Peter Austin, Tripp (lillespie, 
Jacob Fuller, Todd Reese. Luther 
Ott. 







STAYING>!IL/1/E 



















Team makes it to the NCAA 
Tournament for 1st time 



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Fact^ 


Ffeelini 


gs 


J ohn Mercer was selected < 


» i^oach Page was selected 


Pitcher of the Year and was 


I SCAC Coach of the Year. 


voted Player of the Week in 


: • 

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the SCAC. 




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» Loyola University 


9-7 


r irst Team All Conference < 


» NCWesieyan 


10-5 


• Methodist College 


2-19 


included Peter Austin, Mike , 


' Oglethorpe Univ. 


ll-l 




Emory University 


ll-l 


Highfill. Kirk Kinard, Chris \ 


1 Southwestern University 


6-5 


Lawrence, and Jeff Niolet. " 


1 Univ. of the South 


9-4 




1 Univ. of the South 


12-4 


• : 


1 Univ. of the South 


5-1 


• Centre College 


4-3 


1 he team traveled to < 


' Centre College 
' Centre College 


7-4 
I9-.3 


Fayetteville, N.C. as the #3 \ 


Mississippi State 


6-27 




1 Millikin University 


6-.3 


seed and won one of three 


1 Centre College 


8-1 


playoff games. " 


( Centre College 
1 Centre College 


14-0 
9-6 


• : 


• Oglethoipe Univ. 


6-5 


' Oglethorpe Univ. 


8-0 


"We finished 2 1st in the ' 


Oglethorpe Univ. 
1 Univ. of the South 


10-13 

22-4 


country and made the NCAA < 


1 Univ. of the South 


5-3 




t Univ. of the South 


17-10 


playoffs for the first time ever. \ 


t Alabama A&M 


11-2 


Each member of this team \ 


• Alabama A&M 


5-6 




• Oglethorpe Univ. 


16-4 


can say they were the first." < 


' Oglethoipe Univ. 


2-4 


-Coach Trey Porter i 


Oglethorpe Univ. 


4-5 




, UAB 


1-15 


• : 


1 Trinity University 


6-1 


t Oglethorpe Univ. 


8-5 


Oenior Jeff Niolet led the ', 


• Trinity University 

• Trinity University 


1-2 

3-5 


team with 45 RBI's. with 9 \ 


' NCWeslyan 


2-7 




Bridgevvater 


5-4 


homeruns, and with a • 


NCWeslyan 


6-12 


batting average of .357. « 


, Overall Record 25-11 





PITCHER John Mercer had 44 
strikeouts on the year. 




GETJmGAHEAD 



Freshmen and sophomores 
gain wisdom for next year 

1^ 

FactAI^elings 



r* reshman Rachel Diel won 
all three of her singles matches 
at the SCAC Tournament and 
was named All-Conference. 

W hen the women's tennis 
coach moved out of town 
shortly before the spring 
season, Anne Porter Uhlhorn 
undertook the position along 
with Coach Matt Mitchell. 
Anne Porter practiced with the 
team and look them to the 
conference tournament in 
Conway. Arkansas. 

W e may not have had the 
best season, but our tennis 
team definitely had the most 
fun at the conference 
tournament!" 

-Amy Ba'wr 

m 

V reshman Julie Fennell 
surprised everyone when she 
came from the basketball court 
to the tennis court and played 
very well for the Majors. 



X he women's tennis team 
was entirely composed of 
freshmen and sophomores. 
Though not successful at the 
SCAC tournament, the players 
on the team had many three set 
matches and played well 
against the strong teams there. 

r\ll of the girls were 
\ aluable - our most consistent 
player was probably Rachel 
Diel." 

-Jecmelte Burke 

m 

Oophomore Laura Applewhite's 
serves was a force her 
opponents reckoned with. 



kjcores 

MissLs.sippi Valley 5-2 
Hinds Community College 1-2 

Delta State University 0-9 

William Carey 0-9 

Loyola University 6-3 

Bcihaven College 0-9 

Hendri\ College 3-6 

William Carey" 0-8 

Oglethorpe University \-5 

Centre College 1-8 

Hendnx College 2-7 
Overall Record 2-8 





BACKHAND BASICS. Laura 
Applewhite led her team in #1 
singles and douhles. 



FRESHMAN FINESSE. Rachel 
Diel won 56 out of a total 69 
games to put her on top. 

WOMENS TENNIS. Ijroni) 
.Jeanette Burke, Rachel Diel, 
Amy Baier, Mary Margaret Nail, 
(hack) Anne Porter Uhlhorn, 
.lulie Fennell, Laura Applewhite, 
Allison Ammann. Anna 
Katherine Monteith. 




IN CLOSE. Amy Baier muscles 
a backhand during a marathon 
Saturday morning match. 



GOING LOW. Sophomore 
Jeanette Burke reaches down to 
send one back. 



TOUGHSEASON 



Young team has a lot to learn 
from SCAC tournament 



O-^- — 

Fact^NFfe'elings 



i3enior Charlie Diel hud a 4-3 
singles record playing in the #1 
and #2 slots and ended his 
career by being First Team All 
Conference in the SCAC. 

W hat can I say but we had 
a young team. It was 
definitely a rebuilding year for 
the Majors. We gained a lot of 
experience, and we will 
hopefully do better next year." 
-Coach Man Mitchell 



1 he team tra\eled in late 
April to the SCAC tournament 
in Conway. Arkansas, hosted 
by Hendrix College. 



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i3cores 




.\Iiss. Vallev 


7-0 


Miss. College 


2-S 


Lovola Universltv 


3-4 


Cenire College 


1-6 


Rhodes College 


0-7 


Hendrix College 


2-.^ 


Miss. College 


5-2 


Delta State University 


1-6 


Hendrix College 


1-6 


Rhodes Collese 


O-.s 


Southwestern Univ. 


1-6 


Oglethorpe Univ. 


3-4 


Overall Record 


2-10 



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MEN'S TENNIS. (/>»«/) Will HuKuel. David 
Parnell, Sleven Johns. Charlie Diel. Charles Rohh, 
(/iniA) Coach Matt Mitchell. I'honias .lones. Michael 
Bocrner. Kris Dickson, Mark Moody, Todd 
Johnson. 




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STEPPING INTO THE SHOT. 
Kris Dickson played #4 sinjiJes 
and usually teamed with Michael 
Boerner in the #2 doubles position. 



TEAMWORK. Charles Robb 
and Charlie Diel were 2-0 on the 
two occasions when they played 
together in doubles. 




KKKP \()LR HKAD DOWN. 
Russ Hawkins concentrates hard 
in order to keep his ball straight 
and nut hit Willard looking on 
from the sand trap. 




TAKING AIM 




Majors show they can be 
SCAC competitors 



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Facts\Ffeelings 




A. women's golf team was 
added to the list that would 
compete in the conference 
tournament. 

IP 

IVuss Hawkins finished on 

top with a handicap of 8 and 
his best round at 74. 

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IN ewcomer Dan Fletcher 
finished second on the team 
with his best round at 76. 



1 have learned that 
everyone cannot triumph 
and become a champion, but if 
you give your best effort, 
you will always be a winner." 
-Scott Bogan 



CJcores 

Pizza Hut Intercollegiate 12th 

Rhodes, CBU 2nd 

Belhaven Ist 

CBU Intercollegiate 11th 

CBU 2nd 

SCAC Tournament 5th 




GOLF, (front) Benjeffcoat, 
Jake Vargo, Leo Issak, Russ 
Hawkins, {back) Coach John 
Stroud, Mitch Ellett, Phillip 
Chapman, Dan Fletcher, Doug 
Hindman. 




PRACTICE SWINGS. Warming 
up before the match, Dan 
Fletcher hits a few balls on the 
driving range. 



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ACfflllES 



Involvement 



in an 



abundance of clubs and acti\ities. 
Everyday offered a PI © W chance to 
spend time helping with a publication 
or with IPUWciltl^ a house or 
doing something fun like spending an 

a f t e r n o o n at the Res with 

the Ski Club. And that wasn't even 



counting the main rCB-SOH. for 



being here - the classes, the 

lxomLe^f%"ork. the 

projects, the papers. Sometimes it ail 
seemed like too IIT llCll.. but it all 

kept things interesting. 




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School Business 




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Recruiters 

1 ower Council was a selective 
group of students who assisted the 
Admissions Office in recruiting 
prospective students. Members 
served as tour guides, wrote letters 
to prospective students, and called 
them to answer questions. They 
also attended college fairs with the 
Admissions Counselors. 



Judges 



1 he Judicial Council is made up 
of five student representatives, two 



faculty members, and one staff 
member. SB A officers select the 
members from among people who 
apply. Council members work to 
help students understand their 
rights and responsibilities. Most 
infractions brought to Council are 
violations of community standards. 

Sponsors 

1 he Student Body Association 
sponsored many interesting 
activities including bands in the 
Bowl, the Red Beans and Rice 
competition, a Virtual Reality 
machine, comedians in the Grille, 
and Major Madness weekend. 





JUDICIAL COUNCIL, (front) Amy Clav-Cashion. Chair Lottie 
Bash, Vice-Chair Brian Ponder, Christine Meyers, (hack) James 
McKcown. Jim Parks, Marvin Davis, W ill Halit'ord, Stacy \ alentine. 



TOWER COUNCIL, (front) Holly Taylor, Gen Shepherd, Su.san Fcldman, Angic Whittington. Heather 
Lindscy, Jennifer Sanders, Lauri McCorniick. Jennifer Brewer. Clare Bro«n, Natalie Tale, Jenny Crowl. 
Kim Hollimon, Stephanie Barrett, I2nd rov) Mary Alice Kamhin. Amy Smith, Ashley McDonnell, l.ori 
Clon/ales, Claire Shepard, Mario White, Amy Balducci. Christina Kin/el, (iretchenCiodchaux, Ellen Czaika, 
(.hdrov) Ashley Lalande, Kim Sands, Jennifer \ickery, Todd Reeves, Angela l)a> is, Alison Cros«ell, Anna 
Spangler, Amy McCain, Max Cox, Wyn Hoover, (•^r/inmi Kathleen Mitchell, Marvin Davis, Mike Biirketl, 
Brian Ponder, Austin McMullen, William Elatt, Philip Chapman, Nohle Black, (5tli row) Susannah (Jrubbs. 
Ashley Phillips, Hope White, Charlie Taylor, Kris Dickson, Martha Roberson, Allison Grubbs, Mary Blaine. 



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GUEST SPEAKER. SBA 
President David Morrow speaks 
during the Founder's Society 
Tower Ceremony. 



TOWER COUNCIL organizer 
Kathleen Mitchell serves 
toppings at the Tower Council 
ice cream party and study break. 




TOWER COUNCIL, (not 
pictured) Emily Berg, Mike Dale, 
Latanisha Dees, Natalie Gilbert, 
Heidi Hudlow, Mary Largent, 
Megan Maginnis, Alison 
McDonnell, Michelle Milam, 
Jennifer Murphy, John Myers, 
Heather Neuroth, Meredith 
Ozier, Gayle Palfrey, Keturah 
Thurmond, Matt Troup, 
Patience Wildenfels, Hagi 
Bradley, Rachel Allgood. Cherie 
Chester, Kacky Cole, Barbara 
Davis, Philip Davis, Brian 
Gomillion, Stephen Greenleaf, 
Jennifer Honeycutt, Susan 
Kasperbauer, Jenny Marts, 
Kelly Merriman, Chris Price, 
Doug Redman, Morgan 
Richardson, Cara Strickland. 

TOUR GUIDES Charlie Taylor 
and Stephanie Barrett talk to 
visitors about the construction 
of the new dorm during a tour of 
the south side of campus. 





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ITUDENT BODY ASSOCIATION, (front) Erika Buford, Jean Grayson, Sarah 
!^atherine Dill, Chris Nelson, Andy Brown, Scott Webster, Harry Rayburn, Kate 
!^alvert, Keturah Thurmond, Noble Black. Mario D. White, Shannon Rogers, (middle) 
Caty Farrell, Jennifer Ballard, Ben Nelson, Laura Stevens, Michelle Pate, Lee Ann 
iamilton, Angela Davis, Trace Noble, Mary Boothe, Marci Songcharoen, Jodi Gates, 
back) Tom Summerford, Lory Gonzales, Claire Sutton, Mary Largent, Adam Kirby, 
lane Shearer, David Fuquay, Nathan Walsh, P. Ryan Beckett, Jeff McDonald, (not 
lictured) Allison Priebe. 



SBA OFFICERS. Treasurer Ben Watson, First Vice President Derek Arrington, 
President Knox Boteler, Second Vice President Jeff Seabold, Secretary Emily Berg. 



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School Business 




Field Trips 

The Student Affiliate Chapter of 
the American Chemical Society 
went to the Waterways Experiment 
Station in Vicksburg. The Zoology 
class took a trip to the Jackson Zoo 
and to the Natural Science Museum. 
Beta Beta Beta took a canoe trip 
down the Okatoma River. 



Presentations 

oeveral members of Beta Beta Beta 
and the Student Affiliate Chapter 
of the American Chemical Society 



presented their research projects 
at the Mississippi Academy of 
Sciences in February. 



Sponsors 

1 he American Chemical Society 
spnsored a meeting that brought 
astronaut Dr. Catherine Coleman 
to Millsaps. Beta Beta Beta 
sponsored the annual Christmas 
party for the departments of Math 
and Sciences. The party was in the 
Olin lobby with entertainment by 
Brit Shell on guitar and Bob Nevins 
on the bagpipes. 





S()CIKT\ OK l'H\ SICS STl l)KN rS. Stephen Lokit/, Michael B. Kiltrell, Kd Pruet. 
Asif Khundker, Doug Leonard, Ken Ball, Morris Mitchell, Steve Morjian. 



BKTA BETA BET.A.C/rwHrrriniBakelaar, Jean Crayson.Candee Clary, Karen Munn. 
Caria Wehb, .-Xniy Balduccl,(miW(//f ) Advisor Dick R. Highflll, President Billy Crowder. 
Secretary Millicent Kmniert, Treasurer .Jennifer Bhalia, Ashley Hansford, Mike 
Burkett, Murat Akdaniar, Todd Lewis, Nan Frascogna, (Iretchen (iodchaux, (hack) 
Russell Oavis, .leffery Doolittle, Ashton Randall. Michael Wood, Chris Lawrence, 
Matthew Murray, Scott Webster, Michael fagert, Scott Lewis, (nut pictured) Mce 
President Rosv Bahadur. 




GEOLOGY LAB partners 
Mary Pitts and Scott Henderson 
work on a weekly lab project. 




JENNIFER MOSLE Y and Lane 
Smiley attend the Science 
Conference where Astronaunt 
Dr. Catherine Coleman was a 
guest speaker. 

AMERICAN CHEMICAL 
Society members Amy Balducci 
and Laurie McCormick make 
decorations for the Olin lobby 
during Major Madness. 



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5TUDENT AFFILIATES OF AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY, (front) Lane M. 
smiley, Emily Mayo, Tanya Oswald, Lauri McCormick, Chris Sullivan, (2nd row) Lee 
Davis, Ellen Czaika, Jennifer Mosley, April Turner, Jason Powers, Robert Mozingo, 
3rd row) Michael Cunningham, Michael Morykwas, Chris Stage, Elton Williams, 
)hawn Goodwin, (back) Andy R. Brown, Dr. JohnnieMarie Whitfield, Dr. Allen 
Sishop, Dr. George Ezelle, Dr. Al Berry. 



MATH CLUB, (front) President Michael B. Kittrell, Ellen Czaika, Secretary Gayle 
Palfrey, Stephen Lokitz, Kuldip Sood, Treasurer Dennis Wong, (middle) Ken Ball, Josh 
Phillips, (back) An Nguyen, Vice President Doug Redman, Tracy Sullivan, Georgia 
Miller, Martha Goss, Gayla Dance, (not pictured) Michelle Milam, Susan Russell, Ted 
Sledge, Rogen Chhabra. 



BETA ALPHA PSI members, 
Kelly Merrlman, David Shellon, 
and Marsha James, offer tax help 
to students as the April 15 tax 
deadline nears. 



STUDY GROUP. Tolga Sozen 
and John Farrell work together 
on an accounting project. 

BETA ALPHA PSI sponsors a 
table at the Career Fair to discuss 
with students careers in Finance. 








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BETA GAMMA SIGMA, (froiill Helen Simmons, Allison lays. Stacy Valentine, 
Bonnie Gibson, (middle) Dudley Wooley, Amy Bagby, Minetle Marley, Patrick Powell, 
(hack) Chris Nelson, Dr. Ajay Aggarwal, Andy J. Alfonso, Joseph H. Meredith. 



BETA ALPHA PSI. (fniiil) Treasurer Suzanne Willis, Secretary Susan Weiser, \ ice 
President Chris Floyd, President Scott Murphy, Kevin R. Grace, Trey Howard, 
Reporter Russ Bagby, Amy Bagby, (middle) Amy Slatinsky, Stacy \ alentine, Cara 
Strickland, Cheri Bergeron, Rachel LeBlanc, Minette Marley, (hack) Kelly Merriman, 
KeturahThurmond, Margaret Cross, Ryan Robison. Allison lays, Melissa Cooke. 



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School Business 



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Economics 

Omicron Delta Epsilon was the 
international honorary for students 
of economics. Members had to 
complete at least three courses in 
economics with a 3.0 grade point 
average in those classes . 



Managing $$ 

1 he primai7 activity of the FMA 
National Honor Society and the 
FMA Finance Club was the 
management of the General Louis 
Wilson Fund, a student managed 






portfolio. Twice a year, members 
gave presentations to the 
Investment Policy Board; the board 
was composed of Jackson 
investment professionals. 



Breakdown 

ijeta Alpha Psi, the accounting 
honorary, went to New York and 
Charlotte for national and southeast 
regional meetings. On the way 
back from New York, the van broke 
down and the group spent two days 
in Radford, Virginia (but got to go 
tubing while there). 




WMICRON DELTA EPSILON. (front) Wade Jernigan, P.Ryan Beckett, Tate Reeves, 
back) Jennifer Reid, Clay Kittrell, Adam Bunch, Randy Rector, (not pictured) Dr. 
'arl Brooking {faculty advisor), Kevin Grace, Cliris Neyland, Kris Dickson, Tliomas 
'emple, Alison Croswell, Chad Duncan, Chris Nelson, Ellen Treadway. 



FMA. (front) Jonathan Woodward, Philipp Becker, Norman Wantland, Walter Neely. 
Hugh Parker, (back) Bernie Ebbers, Robert Hubbard, Tadd Parsons. Sean Pooley, 
Andy Alfonso. 



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DR. GEORGE BEV helps 
students Ali Waid and John 
Carlton »ith the K.R. Balam 
Projeil in Anthropology. 



FXCKPTIONAI.POPl'I.ATION 

students participate in a class 
experiment on blindness. 




CI.A.SSItS BANQUET. Eta 
.Sigma Phi holds an annual 
banquet. Members dress in 
togas, dance, and roast a pig. 




KAPPA DELTA EP.SII.ON. (from) Kerry Wilson, .Jennifer Cremer, (hack) Carrie 
Coker, Renee' Gober, Kathrvn Bond. 



HISTORY CUB AND PHI ALPHA THE I A. (from) Ben Nelson, .Julie Kimbrough, 
Kim Sands, Lynn Pohl, R. Reese Fuller, (middle) Kim Kuhns, Tom West, Terry Everett, 
.Jason Ward, (hack) Laura Mayhall, Bob McElvaine, Charles Sallis, David Davis, (not 
pictured) Marly Risley. 




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JVlembers of the English Club went 
to New Orleans for the South 
Central Modern Language 
Association Meeting. The club's 
focus was to help English majors 
with comprehensive exams, give 
suggestions and assistance for 
honors projects, and to have fun. 



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retrospective exhibition of Claes 
Oldenburg's sculpture at the 
National Gallery. The group had 
the huge honor of meeting and 
hearing a lecture by Oldenburg. 



On the road 

In March, Collin Asmus took seven 
members of COLAGE, the art club, 
to Washington, D.C., to view a 



Pig roast 

Jll/ta Sigma Phi, an honorary for 
those who excel in classical studies, 
held their annual Banquet and Pig 
Roa.st in April. Entertainment was 
provided by members and included 
readings of dramatic passages from 
ancient plays, readings of Sappho' s 
poetry, and music of the lyre. 




VLPHA KAPPA DELTA, (front) Ming Tsui, Lea Pickard, George Bey, Sharon 
lolmberg, Vik Holmberg, (middle) Adrian Anderson, Frances Coker, Jenny Leonard, 
Vli Waid, Carta Shirley, Louise Parsons, Max Cox, (hack) Andrew Bingham, Erin 
juinn, Theda Skocpol, Tony Giddens. 



ETA SIGMA PHL (front) Jennifer Cremer, Catherine PVeis, Dora Robertson, (hack) 
Winston Barham, Max Cox, Mary Boothe. 



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HOMEMAKERS 

Habitat for Humanity held 
Saturday workdays and built a 
house in the Midtown area with 
the Metro Jackson Habitat for 
Humanity Affiliate. In February, 
Habitat hosted the Regional 
Conference for students from 
campus chapters in Mississippi, 
Louisiana, and Alabama. 



Water break 

The Ski Club was organized and 
started by a group of students in 



September. During the year, the 
group met several times, elected 
officers and planned a study break 
to go water skiing in April. 



Easy riders 

JBike Club riders Steve King, 
David Sneed, Jim Parks, Jayne 
Perkins, David Mercer, Ann 
MacMasters, Larry Wells, Mary 
Jane Wagg and Jennifer Ballard 
took weekly bike rides. The 
favorite routes of the club members 
were along the "Madison Loop" 
and along the Natchez Trace. 






MILLSAPS BICVLE CLUB. Steve King, Billv Redd. Jim Parks. Mary Jane \Vagg,(Ho( 
pictured) David Sneed, Larry Wells, Ann MacMaster, .Adam Kirby, Kim Temple, Jayne 
Perkins, Jennifer Ballard, David Mercer, Connie Cambell. 



HABITAT FOR HI MAMTV. (from) \ alerie Walters, Chris Saucier, \ ice President 
Kristen McRae, President Renee Gober, Fundraising Chair Jennifer Cremer, Jennifer 
Sanders, Liz Dare, (2nd row) Amanda Wood, Lottie Bash, Alice Blaylock, Jami Stokes, 
Amanda O'Kelly, Anna Kathryn Montieth, (3rd row> Brian Courville, Josh Phillips, 
Kim Kuhns, Emily Peoples, Ellen Czaika, (hack) David M. Morris, Dennis B. Wong, 
Treasurer Katy Farrell, Andy Brown, Christina Finzel. 



SKI CLUB members enjoyed 
weekend ski trips on the Res. 



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workers spent Saturday 
morning of Major Madness 
building the frame for their Jail. 

KARATE CLUB met weekly to 
practice and learn new moves. 








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Pitts, fwidd/e) Paul Hough, Randy Paine, Mike Burkett, Todd Reeves, LauriMcCormick, Dr. Connie Campbell, (back)Jimmy Ainsworth, 

back) Josh Phillips, Noble Black, Dennis Wong, David M. Morris, Lee Scott Johnson, Chris Yount. 
lennifer Ballard. 



PI DELTA PHI. Dr. Quinn. PICTL RE PERFECT. Elizabeth 
Anne Walton Garrison, Clare Warren spends an Art tiass 
Brown, Dr. Kahn. Gail Buzhardt. painting a scene from the Bowl. 



SENIOR PRO.JECT.S. Amelia 
Brown assists Allana Austin as 
she prepares for her starring 
role in Elaine Trotter's senior 
theater project. 

LOOKING ON. Leslie Dawson 
and Kim .Sn\der worl< on a 
project in the computer lab. 






.SCH1LLER-(;ESELLSCHAET. Dr. Joan Cotter. Barbara Davis. Terry Everett, SIGMA DELTA PI. (/tohO Barbara Davis, Cecilia Chatham, Lend) \ an Slvke. Jam 
Kathryn Hughes, (not pictured) All Waid. Eolev,(AarA) Dr. Robert Quinn. Dr. Robert J. Kahn. JeffMcDonald. Cyndi Meeks, E.ri 

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Additions 

Sigma Delta Pi, the honorary 
which promotes an understanding 
of Hispanic culture, added eight 
new members with a commitment 
to Spanish language studies. 



DONUTTRIP 

Michael Galchinsky's Intro to 
Interpretation class took a field trip 
toDunkin" Donuts to do an exercise 
in semiotics. 



El matador 

Fifty Spanish Club members 
enjoyed a supper at El Matador 
Restaurant. The Spanish Club also 
held a Christmas party, watched 
two Spanish movies, held a potluck 
supper, and had t-shirts printed. 



Costa Rica 

The Spanish Club sponsored a 
program explaining the Millsaps 
Summer Program in Costa Rica. 
Former participants spoke and 
showed slides which they had taken 
while they were living and studying 
there last summer. 




tENCH CLUB, (front) Stephanie Zeber, Clare Brown, Anne Walton Garrison, SPANISH CLUB, (front) Cvndi Meeks, Lendy Van Slyke, Barbara Davis. Erin Quinn, 
elanie Miller, Kuldip Sood, (hack) Trent Favre, Doniell Morse, Mike Burkett, Lee (back) Janet Foley, Dr. Robert J. Kahn, President .Jeff McDonald, Dr. Robert Quinn. 
Liao, Dr. Claudine Chadevras, Dr. Robert J. Kahn. 



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Dancers 

Tor the first time ever, Millsaps 
had a Drill Team. The team was 
organized and led by interested 
students with administrative 
suppt:)rt. Several successful 
performances were given during 
halftime at basketball games. The 
Drill Team hoped to establish a 
rich tradition at Millsaps. 



Singers 

1 he Singers were joined by The 
Children's Choirof Mississippi for 



the annual Christmas Carol 
Concert. On March 23, the Chor 
Dream, a civic choir from 
Narashino. Japan, was assisted by 
the Singers for a concert in Jackson. 
The Singers held their spring 
concert. Requiem, on April 18. 



Players 

1 he Players opened the season 
with Sabrina Fair. The romantic 
comedy starred freshmen Amanda 
Cook and James Taylor. At the 
annual Players' Banquet, Sabrina 
Fair was named best production. 





ALPHA PSI OMEGA, {front) Carolyn Clark. Elaine Trotter, Mario D. White. Allana 
Austin, Martha Barron Bishop, President Jimmy Leduc, [2nd row) ,|. Caleb Williford, 
Christine Swan, Michelle Dean, Niki Lipari. Mary Boothe, Marci Sonjjcharoen, Boyd 
Campbell. [3rd row) Chris Morrison, David Bryson, Matt Henry, (hack) Tom 
Sunimerford, John Karrell, \ ice President Paul Hough. Jimniv Bevill, Christopher 
Heit. 



CHAMBER SINGERS, (front) Christy Jenkins. Allison M. Jenkins. Kim Kanari 
Cherie Chester, \ anessa Beaumont, Emily Crowe, (2nd tom) Jennifer Reynolds, l,i 
Volmer, Mary Jane Wagg, Carrie Coker, Kyria Simpson, Katy Farrell, Laura Moon 
(3rd row) Bill Martin, James M. Taylor, Landon W. Huey. Allen King, Elton William: 
Mark Wallev, (hack) Daniel Bailey, Miles Payne, Rick Senn, Jason Loden. 




MRS. LARRABKK, played by 
Wendy Henderson, comforts her 
husband, portrayed by .linimy 
Bevill, in Sahriiia Fair. 



DRILLTEAM members, Rachel 
Richardson, Jennifer Simmons 
and Susan Feldman dance during 
a basketball halflime show. 




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MILLSAPS SINGERS perform 
for a full house at their annual 
Christmas Carol Concert. 

ANGIE LANG concentrates on 
her music during the Handbell 
concert at the Advent Service. 



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/IILLSAPS SINGERS, [front) Stephanie Barrett, Gabrielle Mills, Adrian Green, Mary Largent, Jennifer Reynolds, 
hristy Jenkins, Heather Johnson, Cherie Chester, Rachel Richardson, Emily Crowe, Caria Shirley, {2iid row) Amy 
'aimer, Christina Pickett, Kim Kanary, Liz Volmer, Elizabeth Anderson, Aimee Lacallade, Marci Songcharoen, Amy 
>eel, Allison Bailey, Holly Crawford, Molly Simpson, Laura Moore, (3rd row )Marta Maziarz, Marty Troupe, Bill Martin, 
imily Mayo, Carrie Coker, Allison M. Jenkins, Mary Jane Wagg, Anna Kathryn Monteith, Kyria Simpson, Elizabeth 
terbette, Sally Clark, (4th row) Lane Smiley, Allen King, Landon W. Huey, Mark Walley, Winston Barham, Elton 
Villiams, Melissa Long, Elizabeth Mehrle, (5th row) April Turner, Molly Shorter, Christine Zimmerman, John Farrell, 
Uck Senn, Marvin Davis, John Thomas, Scott Lewis, Trent Favre, Joseph Harrison, Terry Everett, Katy Farrell, Vanessa 
teaumont, (back) Mary Alice Rambin, Sydney Cumbest, Allison Carr, Eric Herrington, Daniel Bailey, Andy Beauchamp, 
eremy Conner, James M. Taylor, Jan Butler, Jason Loden, Miles Payne, Patrick Johnston. 






DANCE TEAM, (front) Natalie Gilbert, Rachel 
Richardson, Ashley McDonnell, Lauri McCormick, 
Kathy Kemp, Jennifer Crawford, (hack) Gretchen 
Godchaux, Co-captain Jennifer Simmons, 
Choreographer Susan Feldman, Captain Ashley 
Phillips, (not pictured) Harmony Albert, Liz Volmer. 




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Ministry 

Uampus Ministry Team sponsored 
AIDS Awareness discussion 
groups, the Midtown Project and a 
Sexual Orientation Series. Also, 
CMT held a Fun and Fellowship 
Retreat and the Advent and Maundy 
Thursday Services. 



Mission trip 

Catholic Campus Ministry held 
regular Sunday evening gatherings. 
They sponsored an ecumenical Ash 
Wednesday service and a "Way of 



the Cross" service. Members made 
and sent Valentines to senior 
citizens, and they took senior 
citizens on tours to see Christmas 
lights. Over spring break. Sister 
Sharon took a group to Saltillo, 
Mexico, for a missions trip. 



Fellowship 

r rimetime thrived during its 
second full year on campus as a 
weekly meeting of Christian 
students simply looking for 
Christian fellowship. The meetings 
were led by students. 




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Ruchel Richardson, (ftflcA^ Laura Ste\ ens, .lake \ arj^o. Dan Kletcher, Anilj J. Alt'onsu, Sharon C;iumb, (;a>le Palfrey, Caroline Kllender, (miVW/t) Dawn Ahuso, .Joyce SailCa. 
Holly Crawford, Anna Kathryn Montieth. Me^an iMa)>innis, Chris Sullivan. Amy Balducci, {hack) Jennifer Crawford. Michael 

Fontaine, Luigi McMinn. 



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Fontaine and Kelly Merrlman 
teach a child in Saltillo, Mexico 
how to blow bubbles. Sister 
Sharon and her team of Catholic 
Campus Ministry missionaries 
rode thirty hours, non-stop, in 



the Millsaps van. The group 
developed quite a sense of 
togetherness and had many new 
experiences, such as eatinu 
authentic Mexican dishes, usiny 
the "ranchos," and havinn an 
electrical fire on their tour bus. 



PRIMETIME song leaders, Dan 
Fletcher and Michael Wood, lead 
the Wednesday night Primetime 
fellowship hour. 

CARLA SHIRLEY prepares her 
sundae and Amanda Cook eats a 
cherry at the Campus Ministry 
Team Ice Cream Social. 




CAMPUS MINISTRY TEAM, (front) Caria Shirley, Melanie R. Peele, Adam Kirby, 
Lottie Bash, Scott Webster, (middle) David Fuquay, Sister Sharon Glumb, Jane 
Shearer, Kristen McRae, Michelle Pate, LaKimberly Gallagher, Stacy Valentine, 
Jennifer Sanders, Renee Gober, Don Fortenberry, (back) Winston Barham, Amanda 
Masset, Erin Best, Mike Dale, Marvin Davis, Brad Harrelson, Allison Carr, Kacky 
Cole, Lauren Mancini, Amy McCain. 



THE UNITED METHODIST STUDENT GROUP, (from) Amy McCain, Kathryn 
Bond, Beth Burroughs, Becky Long, (hack) Dr. Don Fortenberry, Amanda O'Kelly, 
Dana Roe, Chris Saucier, Rev. Chuck Frost. 



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EAST BRANCH BLOCK 
Rl\ ER serves as a classroom 
for (Jeology students studying 
rock formations in Missouri. 



ELIZABETH CALLAWAY 

sells fJAMMA Christmas 
ornaments to Phillip McDermott 
and Bryant Chaffin. By 
purchasing the ornaments, 
students »ere pledging to not 
drink and drive over the 
Christmas holiday. 

THE Dl\ ERSI TV CROUP met 

Wednesdays at noon to discuss 
ways of improNing students" 
attitudes to»ard other people. 



GEOLOGY CLLB members 
stand on the southernmost point 
of the continental I ..S.A. while 
on a field trip to Key West. 





SIGMA (;AMMA EPSILON. (frniU) Dr. Del (iann. Lisa Waskom, 
Anna Mulvhill, Adrian (Jreen. (hack) David Mercer. David 
Waibel.Scott Henderson, Rob Buettner, Brent Sheppard, Mary Pitts. 



C IRC LE K. {front) Historian Amy McCain, Public Relations Natalie Gilbert, Pres. Christina Finzel, K- 
Kaniily Chair Amy Balducci, Leslie Barousse, {2nd raw) Christine (iorton. \ ickie Pettis, Carrie Nash, 
Kristen McRae, Michelle Moss, Melissa .Jones, Ellen C/aika, Natale Tate, .Jennifer Mosley, {3rd rov) 
Ashley Phillips, Carly liethea. Megan Maginnis. Kathryn Bond. Christine Meyers, Bethany Grantham. 
Bridget Hall, Kellie DeBroeck, Renee (ioher. Amy Clay Cashion, Sha«n (!ood»in, {hack) Robert 
Mo/.ingo, Todd Reeves, Brian Ponder, Lee Davis, Austin McMullen, Katy Farrell, (lene Lang, Mike 
Fontaine, Mike Burkett, .lohn Myers, Andy Brown, {nai pictured) Historian Allison Priebe. 



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Leopard aid 

1 hrough the sales of Human-i- 
tees. Circle K made a contribution 
to help fund a new cage for the 
black leopards at the Jackson Zoo. 
At Thanksgiving, members made 
cards and delivered them to children 
at the Medical Center. The group 
also sponsored the tug-o-war at 
Major Madness. Weekly, members 
had lunch at the Kiwanis Club. 



Maturity 

Gamma, Greeks Advocating 




Mature Management of Alcohol, 
was a national organization started 
on campus this year. They sent 
two representatives to a regional 
conference at Auburn University. 
Before both Christmas break and 
spring break, GAMMA took 
pledges from students in which they 
promised not to drink and drive. 



Underwater 

In August, the Geology Club spent 
a week in Key West, Florida, for a 
field trip. They went snorkeling to 
study underwater rock formations. 




jAMMA. (front) Advisor David Travis, Secretary Oliver Scroggins, Vice President 
C!ara Strickland, President Derek Whitwer, Kelsey Davidson, (middle) Randy Paine, 
Vngie Lang, Kim Kuhns, Becky Long, Clifford A. Tillman, (hack) Terry Everett. Mike 
Surkett, George Crook, Robert Nugon, Seth A. Berman. (not pictured) Treasurer 
ICimberly Wallace, Jennifer Cremer. 



BLACK STUDENTS ASSOCIATION, (front) Kenny Lee, Desmond Funchess. Chris 
Walker, Kenneth Coleman, Kenneth Thomas.(middle) Latanishia Dees, Vice President 
LaKeysha Greer, Debra Fox. Karena Payne, Secretary Kim Gallagher, President 
Neeka Sanders, (hack) .lerome Guine, BSA Senator Marvin Davis, Brian Woods, 
Jimmie Hamiliton. 



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classmates in a discussion about 
an upcominR class project. 

MICHELLE PATE, an intern 
for WAPT-16 News, inler>ie«s 
Robyn R>le durinti the student 
protest after Kiese Lavnion was 
suspended in December. 





WOMEN'S STUDIES, (frontj 
Minii Man(>riini. Ashley 
McDonnell. Rachel Nail, Debra 
Eo\, LaKeysha (ireer, Kutenia 
Tate, (hack) C'arnun (irubbs, 
C'aria Shirley, Beth Blanks, 
Ashley Phillips, Allison Louise 
Priebe, Anne MacMaster, 
Shonda Watkins. 

AMANDA \ U E observes and 
takes notes about monkeys at the 
.Jackson Zoo durin;; a Zoology 
class field trip. 




COLLEtiE REPl BI.K ANS. (fnml) Heather I.ott, Claire \\ illiams, Stephen Crochet, 
Daniel Nix, Biyan Cour\ille. (hack) David M. Morris, Amber Shippee, Kuldip Sood, 
Noble Black\ Brian Boyd, Dennis Wong, Kelsey Davidson. 



STL DENT ALLMNI ASSOC L\TI()N. (fnmt) Meredith Ozier. Amy Balducci, Becky 
Long, Amy McCain, (hack) Kim Hollimon, Jennifer Bhatia, Natalie Ciilbert, Michelle 
Pate, Elizabeth Warren, Brian Ponder, Jenny Crowl, Davtn Abuso, Kelly Merriman, 
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College Democrats sponsored a 
Political Awareness Day and 
attended fund-raising events for the 
Molpus campaign for Governor. 



On the right 

College Republicans actively 
campaigned for Congressional 
candidates and attended several 
State Department luncheons. At 
the College Republicans State 
Convention, Claire Williams was 
elected State Secretary. 



otudent- Alumni Association made 
cookies for seniors during comps 
and sponsored the Major Madness 
pizza-eating contest. SAA 
members also helped with Mock 
Interviews for seniors and ushered 
at Graduation. 



On time 



The P&W staff resurrected the 
newspaper and came out on time 
and within budget every week 
throughout the school year. 




°URPLE& WHITE STAFF, (front) Charles Lee Duval, Bryan Keller, Kristen McRae, 
back) Kim Gallagher, Jay Butler, Jennifer Alston, Mike Burkett, Winston Barham, 
George Mihas, (not pictured) Patrick Barrett, Boyd Campbell, Kiese Laymon, Tiffiny 
sommers, Kuldip Sood, Sammy Hall. 



COLLEGE DEMOCRATS, (front) Kim Gallagher, President Dawn Abuse, Vice 
President Anne Walton Garrison, (back) Abby Graves, Julie Kimbrough, Amanda 
Cook. 



PHI BETA KAPPA. (fnmt) 
Sharon Holmberg, Rosy 
Bahadur, Lynn Pohl. Matt 
\ elkey, (middle) Michelle Dean. 
Kimberly Williams, C'aria 
Shirley. Winston Barham,(/>aiA J 
Clay C'azier, Doug Redman, 
(iraham Rogers, Derek Dyess, 
(nut pictured) Diane Carney. 

MOSTDISTINC.LISHEDMAN 
AND WOMAN. David Morrow 
and Millicent Emmert. 





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PHI ETA SK',M\.(fri>iil) \'ite Pres. Trace Noble. Sec. Lauren Mancini..Iennifer Brewer, 
.lennifer Sanders. Carly Bethea. Melanie Dolson. Pres. Amanda O'Kelly. Treas. Anna 
Kathryn Monleith. (2nd niw) Laura Autry. Susan Feldman. Lauri McCormick. Amy 
Palmer. Heather Loll. Allison Bailey. Erin Barbour. Erika Bul'ord. (.!rrf row) Ellen 
Czaika. Karen Chian;;. Ann Taylor. Brennan Branch. Elizabeth W arren. Emily Peoples. 
Holly Taylor. Mary .Jane WajiK-'-^''' f"^') Brian Cour\ille. Betsy Dorou^h. Kale Calvert. 
Lauren Williams. Michael Eonlaine. .losh Hancock. Josh Phillips, (hack) Jason H. 
Gabriel. Noble Black. Ashley Hansford, David Eontenol, Baker Law\v\, (not pictured) 
Harrv Ravburn, Alden Kirk. 



OMICRON DELTA KAPPA. (/nmn Dawn Abuso.PresidentCarIa Shirley. Lynn Pohl. 
Renee (iober. Stacy \ alentine. Lea Barton. Michelle Pate. Carrie Coker. (2nd rav) 
Emily Crowe. Mario White. Lottie Bash. Winston Barhani. Rosy Bahadur. \ enila 
Mitchell. (3rd row) Jennifer \ ickery. Christina Ein/el. (ien Shepherd. Melanie Peele, 
Max Cox. Marci Son);charoen. (/incA ) Albert Mosley. Chad Duncan. Ben Nelson. David 
Morrow. Faculty Sec. W. Charles Sallis. Sec. Michelle Dean. P. Ryan Beckett, (no) 
pictured) Knox Boteler. Derek Arrinyton. Kathry n Bond. Clay Cazier. Allison CoKgin. 
Barbara Davis. Da> id Euquay.Tifani Keith Jefferis..\dam Kirby, Scott Murphy. Mary 
Margaret Nail, Doug Redman. Neeka Sanders, Sarah Stanton. Matt Troup, .Aileen \'elle. 



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Humanitarian/Multicultural 
Affairs Award: 

Lottie Bash and Albert Mosley 

David M. Halbrook/Academic 
Achievement Among Athletes: 

Eugene Haydel and Matthew Velky 

Outstanding Freshman: 

Noble Black 

Outstanding Fresh woman: 

Erika Buford 

SBA Leader of the Year: 

David Morrow 

Outstanding Senator Award: 

Ben Nelson 



Chi Omega Social Science 
Award: Lynn Pohl 

Fuller Scholarship: Michelle Pate 

Velma Jernigan Rodgers 
Scholarship Award: 

Christina Finzel 

Founders' Medal: Kimberly 
Williams 

Magnolia Coullet Senior Classics 
Award: Winston Kelly Barham 

John F. Kennedy Award: 

Dawn Abuso 

Favorite Squirrel: Willard 







[GMA LAMBDA, (front) Secretary/Treasurer Emil)' Crowe, President Gen Shepherd, 
ice President Hagi Bradley, Lottie Bash, Public Relations Renee Gober, Lea Barton, 
awn Abuso, Chris Sullivan, Gayle Palfrey, (2nd row) Tifani Keith Jefferis, Melissa 
ooke, Jennifer Ballard, Rosy Bahadur, Shannon Rogers, Ginger Bargman, Carrie 
oker, Christina Finzel, Murat Akdaniar, (3rd row) Ben Nelson, Winston Barham, 
elly Merriman, Max Cox, Michelle Pate, Sarah Stanton, Lynn Pohl, Michelle Dean, 
lack) Advisor Ted Ammon, Clay Cazier, John Myers, Katy Farrell, Trent Favre, 
snnifer Vickery, Mary Blaine, Andy R. Brown, David Fuquay. 



ORDER OF OMEGA, (front) Clare Brown, Cara Strickland, Jennifer Bhatia, Lynn 
Pohl, Gen Shepherd, Christina Finzel, Jennifer Beal, (back) Valerie Wade, Keturah 
Thurmond, Sarah Stanton, Derek Arrington, Trent Favre, Scott Lewis, Chad Duncan, 
Jennifer Vickery, Emily Crowe. 



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Quoeda ReShea Alexander Rosana Puran Bahadur 



HA. fjii^ltsh itnit EiiiuiiUon 
Memphis. Ti'nncssci' 



B.S. Binl,,t;x 
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Winston Kelly Barham 

H..\. C/(/.s.v/[ A iinil Ori>an 
Li'ii}^ Bctich. Mississippi 



Diane Lea Barton 

B.LS. .4/7 

Flora. Mississippi 




Dawn Amber Abuse 

B..\. Hiililical Scu'iicc 
Slidell. Liiiiisiiiiui 



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Alice Elizabeth Blaylock 

B.S. Chcmistrx 
Memphis. Tennessee 




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Sarah Kathr> n Bond 

B.A. Elcmciuan- Etiiiciilion 
Grenada, Mississippi 




Earlha}>i Jay Bradley 

B.A. Hision- 
Franklinton, Louisiana 



Clare Elisabeth Brown 

B.A. French 

New Orleans. Louisiana 





Leneatra Carlotta Brownlee James Clayton Cazier 

B.A. Philo.sopin B.A. Phiiosopin 

Moorhead, Mississippi Raymond, Mississippi 




clissa Ann Cooke 


Alison O'Hara Croswell 


Emily Jane Crowe 


Susan Michelle Dean 


Millicent Cline Emmert 


B.B.A. Aciinintitii; 


B.B.A. Business Adiniiiislriitioii 


B.A. Lntilish 


B.A. Fn.t;lish 


B.S. Bioloav 


Metairie. Louisuiiui 


Jackson. Mississippi 


Petal. Mississippi 


Pearliniilon. Mississippi 


Baton Roui^e, Louisiana 





Anne Walton Garrison 

B.A. Frcnih 
Meridian. Mississippi 



Tarance Demond Hart 

B.B.A. Business Aihiiinistralion 
Jackson. Missis.sippi 



Jennifer Ann Honeycutt 

B.S. Bii>li>ii\ 
Brandon. Mississippi 



Dorian Kdvvin Mclntyre 

B.L.S. Cinnputcr Science 
Jacks: in. Mississippi 



Miciielle Denise Milam 

B.S. Malltenialics 
Shreveport. Louisiana 





David Vincent Morrow 

B.S. Geolonw B.A. English 
Waolmarkc't, Mississippi 



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Jolin Scott Murpliy 

B.B.A. Accounting 
Cermantown, Tennessee 




Melanie Renee Peele 

B.A. Sociology- Anthropology 
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 




Lynn Marie Pohl 

B.S. Histoiy 
Greenville, Mississippi 



Douglas Edward Redman 

B.S. MathemaUcs 
Baton Rouge. Louisiana 






Jennifer Sue Reynolds 

B.S. Cliemistry 
Covington, Louisiana 




Genevieve Linton Shepherd 

B.S. Biology 

San Antonio, Te.vas 



Caria DeAnn Shirley 

B.S. Sociology-Anthropology 
Meridian, Mississippi 



Amarasri Songcharoen 

B.A. Art Histcnv 
Madison, Mississippi 




Sarah Helen Stanton 

B.A. English 
Hattiesburg. Mississippi 




Jennifer Karen Vickery 

B.S. Computer Studies 
Culfport, Mississippi 



Alice Grace Waid 

B.A. Sociology-Anthropology 
West Chester. Pennsylvania 





Christopher LaVon Walker 

B.S. Accounting 
Kosciusko. Mississippi 



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Jackson. Mississippi 



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B.B..A. .Adiiunistration 
Birmingham. .Alabama 
Kevin Ryan Grace 

B.B..A. .Accounting 

Saint Joseph. Louisiana 
Albert Deon Mosley 

B.S. Biology 

Sliui/iialak. Mississippi 
Amanda Ann Palmer 

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Madison. Mississippi 

Allyson Elizabeth Shive 

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Jennifer Miller. Laura Autr> , 
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Public Relations: Beaux 
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Parsons, Morgan Richardson, Candee 
Clary, Barb Davis and Jennifer McHenry 
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RHO CHI. (/roHr) Amy Petro. 
McCullough Moyse, Kristi 
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Gates, Christine Meyers, Sarah 
Cooper, (middle) Ashley 
Johnson, Emily Prejean, Nan 
Frascogna, Nellie Mihas, 
Jennifer McHenry, Anna 
Kathryn Montieth, Jean 
Grayson, (back) Jane Shearer, 
Michelle Pate, Melissa Jones, 
Melanie Miller, Leslie Dawson, 
Cara Strickland, (not pictured) 
Laura Jean Miller, Leigh 
Griggs. 




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Self-Esteem Clinic 



ALPHA KAPPA 
ALPHA OFFICERS. 

(front) LaKeysha Greer. 
President: (back) Kutenia 
Tate. Treasurer: Vickie 
Coleman. Vice-President. 






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NATIONAL AWARD OF 
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Spring Break - Sandestin - 
A.J.'s ... Happy Birthday, 
Chi Omega! 100 Years Old! 
Centennial in Memphis - at 
the new headquarters! ... 
George Street Thursday 
Night! ... Beware of married 
Michigan men ... Read- 
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Walk-A-Thon ... It's not my 
fault ... It's tradition! ... 
Butch ... Yourface ... I was 
in the Caribbean ... You'll be 
wishing you were one ... 
Intramural soccer ... Jally ... 
Lamont ... Facts of Life girls 
... Yourfaceola ... Bye Bye 
Now, Thank you for flying 
Delta ... Hillo ... We're going 
to Dallas ... That's not 
necessary ... No, just waiting 
for somebody ... Sheeb ... 
Pyramid ... The Balcony ... 
The burban ... The roll ... 
Rough hairs ... Good 
Evening Ladies and 
Gentlemen ... GDTU ... 
She's on the Third Floor ... I 
locked my keys in my car. 
AGAIN ... Buffalo Wings ... 
The Demon ... Your Idol ... 
You're so SASSY Prema ... 
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Angela Davis, House 
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Nellie Davis. Social 
K\ents; Alice 
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Natalie Tale. Social 
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Waskom. Pledge 
Educator; (hack) 
Christina Fin/el. 
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hotter than a crawfish! ... 
Summertime ... Let's do the 
Mango ... Can we borrow 
your basement? ... Bloody 
Turkey ... Mr Pibb on fire ... 
JACKOPIERCE-who took 
Carey home? ... Belva and 
Funiss were out last night ... 
Cassie ... RaRa Rubber 
Room-Demonic Deltas ... 
That's the day Ethan Hawke 
puts a three dollar bill in my 
tree ... Little Man's driven 
off in the Barbie car ... Dog 
Man is in our yard ... Jenny 
and Lisa's pledge retreat ... I 
don't wanna ride my bike ... 
corn ... waitress uniforms ... 
Sarah Ida ... gone fishin' ... 
stalkers ...doing the dance ... 
the stick ... cough cough ... 
the ladel ... aawww! ... date 
swapping ... GEORGE ... 
State Fair workers ... did you 
kiss my date? ... one more 
and we'll go ... Ruth Lynne 
... Swayne ... Prince ... from 
a tiny pearl to a tiny person 
... chapter retreat-roller 
skating and Outbursts ... 
CHEERS... You know, if I 
were one to like being drunk, 
tonight would be the night! 
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J.U.G. Slumber Party 

"We Love Our Parents'" 
Charity Drawing 

Midtown Project 

Krispy Kreme Donut Sale 

AIDS Chapel Hostess 

Ronald McDonald House 



DELTA SIGMA THETA. (front) Christi Hite. Vice- President; ReShea 
Alexander. President; (back) Karena Payne. Secretary; Neeka Sanders. 
Chaplain and Historian; Tonya R. Bell, Treasurer; (not pictured) Valarie Cole. 
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Midtown Project - 
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Rhythm and Blues - 
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Matt ... Krakon, at the 
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drive yet. Christian? ... 3 
to 5? ... I'm Ryan and I 
speak for the trees! ... 
Bogan doesn't live here 
anymore ... The best way 
to use your socks ... Let's 
have another Whiskey 
Bent and Hellhound! ... 
Is the computer in the 
budget? ... Sensitivity ... 
Sure, you'll beat the 
crimestoppas Griff ... 35 
of 36 ... We're soooo 
sorry ...Who let WLBT 
in here? ... Pizza Cards ... 
TMT ... This problem is 
merely a "blip"on the 
screen ... Zameon! ... 
Pledgecommander ... 
Tate- are you gonna get 
seconds? ... Pass the 
trash, G ... Nice wig. Will 
... Bradley- ridin' the 
waves in? ... Where did 
you get that gum. Jolly? 
... Hey Bowers, I need a 
ride ... People like Whit 
and Flatt need alcohol 
Awareness? ... Are you 
sure that is a woman. 
Marc? ... Not all 
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KAPPA DELTA 
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(fioiill Kini 
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hang up the phone! Cyndi- 
hang up the phone! Cyndi- 
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Sqweegiemon ... Is Edie 
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Roommates. Jeni? ... Boot 
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huh? ... T-I-T-I-A-N...Oh 
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my butt! ... Lunch-ready!! ... 
24-7 ... I found Elmer! ... 
Random ... Y'know. I 
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fall party ... I will survive ... 
Where are all my boyfriends? 
... That's what's wrong with 
men today ... Alarm .. 
.Smoothies t... Up your gas ... 
Alcohol on Tap ... Woo woo! 
... Bu-bye ... Talk to the hand 
... I love you man! ... No, 
really ... WHATEVER! ... 
Alrighty then! ... Ugly ... 
Club la Vela ... I'm popular 
on my campus ... Been 
having a little fun in the 
bathroom in the hotel? ... 
BRAD PITT!! ... Not making 
it to Blues Pest ... I'm a little 
sex pot ... KD bootie ... Big 
Nasty. ..If she were a guy. I'd 
many her ... Everybody's 
dancing in a ring around the 
sun ... It's being alone, not 
sleeping alone ... That gushy 
KD feeling ... Thanks Dagger 
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Russell Davis. Guard 
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John McGehee. 
Grand Scrihe; Talhoti 
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Ronnie "Paarty" Bartlct ... 
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Said ... Stand up Akers ... Big 
Head Hunt and the Monsters 
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Iron Dogs and she was sober 
.. Moe" Money ... Club Sigma 
.. Tootsie Roll ... Thorson and 
Larry ... Jack and Hunt - two 
fingers ... Mosley and His 
Red Lobsters .. Blake and his 
Nanwich .. Patty Carraway - 
just one of the girls ... You 
guys like Bourbon? ... Reese 
at Krystals ... Toby got raped 
... KZ loves Pink Elephants ... 
Hey Akers. I've got your tree 
... Ronnie Ron and the 
Ronettes ... Nanoosh ... Roo, 
can I have your name and 
badge number .. Cabbage will 
you make love to me? ... Iron 
Dawg. you better remember 
your pilgrimage to the Mecca 
... Talbott's mom is fine!!! ... 
Hey Temple, keep your 
hands off of David Travis" 
goat-tee ... The Darkside 
shall remain ... Jack and 
Hunt, have you had your oil 
checked lately? ... Temple, 
you are a GREAT date ... 
Kacy, Beetlejuice & Troll, 
you know how to pick 'em! 
... Gab, stop lying ... Party! 
Party! ... Gerrick don't say 
the "N" word ... Two on one 
rules ... Bows and Toes ... 
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Founder's Day 



Head Hunter's Ball 



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Mike Burkcil. 
Ritualist; John 
Myers. Rush Chair; 
Mural Akdamar. 
President; Derek 
Whilwer. Vice 
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Cunningham. 
Treasurer; (Inuk) 
Shawn Goodwin. 
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Shannon Davis, Risk 
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Taylor. Assl. Rush 
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Jeremy Screws. 
Social Chairman; Lee 
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Tie ... Endless vaxes ... 
Sing Stadler. Sing! ... 
iiiiice cream? ... the 
theme from Conan ... 
Hamfest ... the couch 
card .. new house ... 
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unit 2 ... Forget the 
canoe, get the BEER! ... 
Where's Marshall?... 
Firechief ... Remember 
C-Ball. Murat? ... Open 
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you know! ... Century 
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Spring Boat Party 

Intramurals 

Big Sis/Lil Sis 

Senior Appreciation Week 

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Jennifer Vickcry. 
President; Rachel 
Allgood, 
Membership 
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Cremer, Secretary; 
Cara Strickland. 
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Masset. Scholarship; 
Felicia Lofton, 
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a succubus? ... Home 
Wrecker! ... You talkin" to 
me? ... Absolut Attitude ... 
Yes. we've rented the S.S. 
Minnow for our senior party 
... happy Cookies ... 
PUNCHBUGGY ... talkin' 
smack ... The Peabody, 
enough said! ... be there or 
be a — ...No, I gotta go 
home and paint ... AA= 
Associates Degree ... rotel ... 
get a cheese grater ... KROP 
... LIOB ... OUTSIDE 
SANDERSON! ... Tug of 
War ... Asante Sana Squash 
Banana ... The sun is warm; 
the grass is green ... big, fat. 
juicy, fat strawberry ... 
hodtdog! ... it was very ... 
Spunky! ... :) ... The boy 
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Hmiiieni Archon: 
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Doorndo ... No. Em allergic 
to mayonaise! ... vacuum 
seal ... Who invited Kirby? 
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air and opportunity .. You 
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two masses ... engine 
problems. Heiter? ... My 
body's never done this 
before ... Phi Alpha to 
Chandler's cousin ... This 
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Sorority & Fraternity Items 

1220 E. Northside Dr., Suite 320 

Jackson, Mississippi 39211 

(601) 366-9344 • (800) 366-9344 

Fax (601) 982-8351 

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1 9 7 NoRiin CaHatIn 
JAcksoN, MS 5 9 207 



(601) ?52-08J7 



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Congratulations & Best Wishes, 
Graduates of 1995 



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CellularTelephone Service 

JVe salute the Millsaps College 
Graduating Class of 1995. 



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SALES 
833 EAST RIVER PLACE 



977-8484 

CUSTOMER SERVICE/BILLING 
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1014 N. Flowood Drive 
Iackson, MS 39208 

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Fax 601/939-8934 



WILKINSON 
CONST. INC. 

Congratulations Class of 1995 and 
Best Luck In Your Future Endeavors! 



Richard A. iVilkinson 



P.O. Box 1 1 56 

558 Highway 51 
Ridgeland, MS 39158 






Air Conditioning and 

Heating Services 

Keith McNeese, Jr. 



ZS^'SISZ (601) 824-5086 



24 Hour Sen ice 
All Makes 



Congratulations, Class of 1995 



Barlow &Plunkett, Ltd. 

architecture • engineering • plannin] 



J 530 North State Street • Jackson, Mississippi 39202 
(601)353-8377 



(601)372-7676 
FAX (601) 373-4014 



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Owner 



P.O. BOX 8601 
JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 39284-8601 




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P.O. Box 3019 • 1 1 26 Bailey Avenue • Jackson, Mississippi 39207 
Telephone.- 355-3881 



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Hotel & Restaurant Supply 

Suppliers/Designers to the Food Service Industry 




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Kji-aducdes oj 1995: 



Food Service Equipment & Supplies • Contract Furniture • Design & Engineering 



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JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 39216 



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BOBASHEU 



Staff 



Kditor-in-chief: Michelle Milam 
Co-t'ditors: Angle Hood and Stephanie Zeber 
Advisor: Stan Magee 

Staff Members: 

Amy Baler, Clare Brown. Shawn Chrisman. Candee Clary. 
BethanyGrantham. Lee Ann Hamilton. Mary Horner. Becky 
Long. Melissa McE\ er. Michelle Pate. Chris Saucier, Lauren 
Smith. Natalie Tate. Emily Varner. Lyle Wardlaw. 

Photography Staff: 

Karen Hemphill. Melissa McEver. Matt Velkey. Amanda 
Vice. Stephanie Zeber. 

Acknowledgments 

We would like to say thank you to: 

President George Harmon for being in the Opening photo. 

Dean David Sneed. Martha Lee, Michelle Benoist and the 

whole Student Affairs staff for their willingness to help us 

w ith anyting we needed. 
Sally McLellan. Julia Bounds. Lena Barlow and Judy 

Oglesby in Public Relations for giving us photographs. 
Diane Samples. Lee Ann Hamilton and the rest of the Post 

Office staff for helping with book and portrait distribution. 
Ron Jurney and Trey Porter in the Sports department for 

helping us gather team statistics and facts. 
Sandra Fanguy for teaching us to use the fax machine. 
Gail Waldrop and the staff of the Business Office for dealing 

w ith the billing for yearbook sales. 
Sheni Taylor from Syracuse for helping with design plans. 
Da\ id Tra\is and Anita Sumrall for their inspiration. 
J.C. Anthony of Graduate Supply and Debbie Kennedy and 

Jennifer Hoo\er at the Herff Jones plant in Montgomery 

for helping w ith the production process. 
Mark Hinkle for sports action photos in men's and women's 

soccer and some football. 
E\erybody who was in the di\ ider photos for their time. 
Willard for his unending cooperation. 
Stan for evervthing. 



Colophon 



Volume 87 of the Bobashcla was printed by Herff Jones 
Yearbook Co. in Montgomery. Alabama. The press run 
consisted of 780 copies with 164 pages. The in-plant 
consultant was Debbie Kennedy and the local 
representative was J.C. Anthony. The pages were prepared 
on Mcintosh computers using Adobe Pagemaker 5.0. 



li()liASHi:L\ SIAFK. (Jninl> Cd-edilor .Stephanie Zeber. (middle) Clar 
Brown. Kditi)r-in-chief Michelle Milam. Natalie Tate, Melissa McE\er, Emil 
\ arner, Lauren .Smith, (hack) .\m\ Baler, Chris Saucier, Mary Horner, L>l 
\Vardla«. (nut pictured) Co-editor Angle Hood, .Adivsor Stan Magee, Sha" 
Chrisman, Candee Clary . Bethany (Irantham, I,ee Ann Hamilton, Becky Lonj 
Michelle Pate, Karen Hemphill, Matt \ elkey, .\manda \ ice. 




ANC.IK HOOD spends 
time in the Publications 
Ofllce try ing to Tmish the 
.Sports .Section. 



MIC HKI.I.K Mil. AM 
and .\ngie Hood take a 
break from working on 
the .Sports section. 





We'll always remember ... Moving For-ward • 
Willard - the most quotable squin-el around • 
The tonid love affair • We're off publicating • 
BOBABEER-arriving soon to an office near 
you • Froglegs • CHEERS • Duplication is not 
a good thing • You should' ve bought American 
• Who needs brass when you have latex? • My 
car-notjust an auto-it's a home! • What?!? You 
mean there's another one? • Brite Gump Cliff 
Claven • Who, ME?? • I did not tell anybody 
y'all were dating-I just said y'all were sleeping 
together! • "J" for guides, "V" forpaste • vacuum 
clippers • The Museum • keys • tall, skinny 
letters • Greyhound, thanks for the Australian! 



STEPHANIE ZEBER 
and Michelle Milam spend 
time after graduation 
talking about memories. 




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With the e 



nd of every year comes 



exams, graduation, and good-byes. The 
end of this y S3 f brought concerns 
about the weather and the location of 
graduation. As freshmen, students 
begin in the Bowl at Opening Convocation, 
and they traditionally nmsh 
with Graduation in the Bowl. A 

-thunders-toririthreatened 

to move the ceremony to the City 
Auditorium. LllCKllV. the sun 
pre\ ailed and graduation was held in the 
!^BO Vf^l. w ith the start of a new- 
tradition as the seniors tossed theirs caps 

afterthe benedlctioii 





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