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1997 



B A S H E L A 




LIVING 



ACTIVITIES 



ATHLETICS 




PEOPLE 



GREEK LIFE 




CONTENTS 



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Grits and Graffiti Cookoff: Philip Chapman, 
Don Cumbest, David Lestage, Jimmy McClain and 

Dr. Harmon 



Baseball Cheering 
Section: Michelle Moore 





Spirited Song: Mr. 

Nevins 



GHts & Graffiti Win for Tri Delta: Rhonda 
White, Katharine McKee and Liz Giovingo 




Crowning of Homecoming Queen: 

Mr. Michael Baier, Amy Baier, and Dr. Harmon 



Cheering: Karena Payne 



'ALMA MATER 



DEAR OLD 

dear 



MILLSAPS 



LOYAL ONES 



loyal 



ARE WE. OUR 



FOND HEARTS 

hearts 



ARE THINE 



ALONE AND 



EVERMORE 









evermore 

SHALL BE" 






Homecoming Maids and Escorts: Mr. Mike Frascogna, Nan Frascogna, Mr. Rick Largent 
Wtary Largent, Mr. Dan Noble, Jr., Trace Noble, Mr. Leslie Shippee, Amber Shippee, Mr.Michael 
Baier and Amy Baier 


Showing their colors: i.fronO 
Hudson Segrest, Mary Katherine 
Black, Paul Boackle, (rear) Carrie 
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Grad school: Thomas WIntz talks to Tom 
Robertson about the new grading policy and 
how it might affect his chances of getting into 
a graduate program. 




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Wristband: 

Venita Mitchell, 
Dr. David Sneed, 
John Garber 




. c=™od with a Traditional Creanr 
O Y RO S Sm^^sauce on Fluffv Pita . 




KEIFER'S: Ann Taylor, Chris Fisher 
Candace Carlisle, Nicole Saad and 
Walter Biggins 



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Coffee at the Living Roomg David Majure 



Spring Break SM Trip: Patrick McCarthy, Dave 
Garner, Kathleen Robbins 




Stuily Abroad summer trip to Edinburgii; 

Chip Osborne, Amy Bilbo, Anna McCracken, Charlie 
Ledbetter 




Olivia de Havlland's Handprints outside 
Mann's Chinese Theater; Melanie Dotson 




Geology Trip to Alaska! (front) Stan Galicki, Dr. 
Edward Schrader, Edward Schrader Jr., Rhonda White, 
Chip Gibbes, (.middle) Melanie Schrader, Catherine 
Mouton, Anne Miller, Mary West, Lauri McCormick, 
Amanda Williams, Dr. George Bey, George Bey, (back) 
Doug White, Robert Nugon, Lisa Bratton, Dr. Allen 
Bishop, Susan Feldman, Heather Lott, Angel Vesa 




New Orleans Mardi Gras; Philip McDermott, 
Chip Gibbes, and Chris Alexander 




Saitiiio mission trip: Mary West 




Young Life College Weekend in North 
Carolina: Brad Wood, Ken Ball, Matt Helms, Walter 
May, Brad Ball, Nan Frascogna, Jeanette Burke, Ann 
Miller, Laura Stevens, Stacle Schneeflock, (.rear) 
Jennifer Simmons, Heather Lott, Stephanie Zeber 



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MOA Gridiron 
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Intramural Football: Michael Petty 





Ballet; Amanda Wood, Ellen Czalka and 
Tresslar Hydinger 



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Alden Kirk and Jacob Fuller 



Intramural Basketball: Don 

Proctor and Jimmy Boyd 



Intramural Basketball: Katye 
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Frisbee in the Bowl: Zane King 



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Jambalaya 
Cookoff: Mike 
Lonegrass and 
David Fontenot 



Crawfish in the Bowl; Matt Carroccio and Ian Makey 





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Contests 

Erin Best, 

Mandy 

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Kellie 

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Pizza 

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Contest! 

Jana Nye, 
Anne Miller, 
Erica Ezelle, 
and Shawn 
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UH GOOD SENSE." 



Cotton Candy; Karen Chiang. Melanie 
Dotson, Sarah Richie and Amy Turnipseed 





Son Volt: Brad Ball. Eric 
Harrington and Tara Chase 




All Day 
Deli Food 
Court 





Talent Judges: Dr. Pat Taylor, Dr. Tim Coker, Dr. Connie 
Schimmel, Allison Hyko, and Dr. Sanford Zaie 











Working the Web: Kellie Rish 



Manning a table: Tyler Walton 




Studying in tiie 
library: Lillian Li 




Watching TV in the 
room: Allssa Joseph 




Upstairs studying 
in Olin; Harpreet 
Sood 




Working in 
solitude: Aogu 
Namihira 



Picnicing in the Bowl: Lindsay Whitfield, Lindsay Akers, Dee Wise 
and Ashley Huff 



Catching up with the news: Leo Isak 







Intensity: Liz Dubuisson 



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Hanging out under tiie tree: Ashley Martin. Susan Mareno and Crissie 
McMullan 




A game in the grill: 

Zach Morgan 




Phone time: 

Jennifer Miller 



ON LIFE; KEEP 



YOUR EYES 



Class in the sun: Jane Collins. John Will, Marcie Williams. Lyie Bennett. Chris 
Sneider and Dr. Suzanne Marrs 




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Neuroth 




Sunday Service: Eloise Harris and Katy 
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Backpack drop: Caroline DIM and MImi 
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DON'T OVERLOOK LIFE'S 



SMALL JOYS WHILE 



SEARCHING FOR THE 



BIG ONES " 

-ANON. 




Walking back from class; Rebekah Yeager and Sadie Gardner 




Reading on the steps; 

Jessica Thomas 




Goofing off; Cassie Sheldon and Charles 
Abbott 




Music outdoors: John Suggs. Kevin Redmann, Misty 
Leon, Holly Taylor, Michael Wade and Keri Walker 





Scanning I.D.: Kandi Stevens 







Study break; Dugue Daigle 



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A game of pool in the grill; Bryan 
Couvillion and Dee Bryant 




Black History Month worship 
senrice; Rachel Barham, Shanell 
Hudson and Oreathia Smith 



Midtown Clean-up; Christine 
Gorton and Amy Osborn 



Preparing signs for the 
Multicultural Festival: Marvin 
Davis and Harpreet Sood 




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Brown, Caroline Dill, Will Rati, Monica Monison, Ginger McElwee, (.middle) Cord 
Campbell, Soria Colomer, Yasuko Sawase, Julie Wang, Tara Chase, Shannon 
Rogers, Sofia Chandak, Jasmine Singh, Mary Largent, Allison McCabe, Anna 
Kathryn Montieth, Iback) Bonnie Mitchell, Christy Jones, April Harris, Lauren 
Stamps, Mike Fontaine, Dee Bryant, Meg O'Beirne, Marvin Davis 



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DANNY THOMAS 



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Lauri McCormick and Angle Lang 



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CAMPUS LEADERS 







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JUDICIAL COUNCIL, (front) Jennifer Rogers. Ginger McElwee. Co-Chair Stephanie 
Barrett. Ronnie Isaac, {back) Cord Campbell. Michael Partin. Recording Secretary Hudson 
Segrest, Claudine Chadeyras. (not pictured) Co-Chair Amy Clay-Cashion. Jim Parks, Dr. 
James McKeown. 




SBA. {front) Brian Boyd. Don Cumbest, Ben Everett. Harry Raybum. Scott Webster. Mary 
Boothe, Oreathia Smith. Jane Collins. Mary Katherine Black, (middle) Brian Courville. 
Becky Long. Joey DuMontier. Hayes Bryant. Magruder Hazlip. Mark Stars. Ashley Phillips. 
Bethany Johnson. Elizabeth Phillips. Kate Calvert, Ben Watson, (back) Brad Litkenhous, 
Mike Steel. Mickey Paduda. Toby Gibson, Lauren Williams. Tyler Walton. Jason McManus, 
Dan Walker. Tresslar Hydinger. Ashley Bass. 




SBA COMMITTEE CHAIRS, (front) Mary Meadows, Ashley Bass. Dan Walker. 
(middle) Josh Phillips. Soria Colomer, Tresslar Hydinger. Jason McManus, (back) Brad 
Litkenhous, Brian Boyd, Don Cumbest, Brian Courville. 



Learning to be a helper 




Kim Gallager practices 
CPR on a baby doll. 
The CPR class was put 
on by the Health and 
Wellness Committee. 





Quick Responses 

Will Flatt begins the 
question and answer 
portion of the election 
speeches with candidates 
Toby Gibson, Todd Reeves, 
and David Touchstone. 



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Homecoming 


success 




Major Madness 


stories 




Purple Pride Day 






Student Benefit cards 






Senate VAX updates 






Millsaps Night at the 
Movies 






Forum with President 
Harmon 



Innovations 

With the help of the 
SBA, new plans were 
drawn up to build a 
pavillion on the north 
part of campus. 



Voting Day 

Ashley Bass and 
Jason McManus work 
the polls during an 
election. 



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Nev/ Decision Makers 



The new SBA officers elected 
in December were Treasurer 
Alan Burke, Second Vice- 
President Michael Barham, 
Secretary Jennifer Jones, First 
Vice-President Matthew 
McLaughlin, and President 
Noble Black. 



Judicial Concerns 



Issues facing the Judicial 
Council included VAX 
break-ins, alcohol policy 
violations, and visitation 
violations. 



Campaigning for the top spot 



Candidate Noble Black gives 
a speech in the bowl during 
election week in December. 
He was chosen President in 

a run-off with Toby Gibson. 



Behind the 
Scenes 

Miss Olivia White- 
Lowe leads the SBA 
on a tour of the food 
preparation area of 
the cafeteria. 





What do you think is the 
most important thing the 
SBA accomplished? 

"The most important thing was 
improving communication with 
the faculty and administration. 
After the grading scale change, 
we had a Presidential Forum, and 
officers attended the board 
meetings. The proposal the 
Senate submitted to change the 
alcohol policy is an example, and 
we hope to see results from that 
next year." 

-Brian CouniUe 



STUDENT MENTORS 




Annual Freshmen Olympics 



John Russell throws a 

water balloon during a 

competitive and messy 

game of catch. 




Selling Millsaps 



The Tower Council 
aided the Admissions 
staff by hosting high 
school seniors during 
Horizons weekends. 



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Providing Direction 

Freshmen were assigned to 
groups containing about 
ten students, two 
Perspectives leaders, and a 
faculty advisor. The 
groups met once a week 
during the first semester 
for a quarter credit. 



J)ponsorecl 

by the 

Student 

Alumni 

Association 



• Cookies for comps 

• Scholarship luncheon 

• Ushers at graduation 

• Face painting at 
basketball game 

• Major Madness pizza 
eating contest 



The Freshman Perspeptlv^ 



Brian Ponder and Venita Mitchell 

prepare to welcome the freshmen 

women moving into Franklin 

dorm. Groups of Perspectives 

leaders greeted and helped the 

freshmen as they began the first 

step of their college career. 




Founder's Day 

Heather Denham and Katy 
Farrell visit with Dr. Sweat 
at the scholarship luncheon ' - 
hosted by the Student 
Alumni Association. 





It's all in hov/ you look at It 




Venita Mitchell was 
the Perspectives 
advisor, and Perry 
Narro and Brian 
Ponder ser\'ed as the 
student co-directors. 





Team Spirit 

Amy Brazda, Erin 
Keller, Rachel Cook, 
and Erica France 
cheer on their 
hallmates during the 
Freshmen Olympics. 




STUDENT ALUMNI ASSOCIATION, (//('/in Advisor Melissa Taylor. Amy Tumipseed. 
Treasurer Bethany Grantham. President Amy Balducci. Secretary Jenny Kellum. Vice- 
President Brad Litkenhous. Laura Caraway. Brian Means, {middle) Angle Whittington. 
Jennifer Sanders. Christy Sylvan. Erica Woodall. Amy Brazda. Katye Bratton. Katie 
Sutherland. Amanda Hancock, Mary Largent. Britt Mendoza. Natalie Gilbert. Jamie Harris. 
(back) Harry Raybum. Dana Roe. Nathan Allen. Jennifer Jones. David Lestage, Noble Black. 
Chris Alexander, Michael Barham. Ashley Phillips. Tammy Harvey. 










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TOWER COUNCIL, {from) Hagi Bradley. Jean Davis. Christy Robertson. Kelly Sudduth. 
Mary Meadows. Tresslar Hydinger. Misty Leon. Holly Taylor. Shanell Hudson. Rhonda 
White. Katharine McKee. i2nd row) Michelle Moore. Erin Webre. Amanda Ronk. Amanda 
Wood, Jill Magargee. Clay Goff. Elizabeth W'arriner. Carrie Thune. Mary Alice Rambin, 
Carrie Boswell, Ord row) Kathleen Cumbest. Miranda Moore. Wendy Edwards. Summer 
Beech. Julie Gamer. Elizabeth Philhps. Bethany Johnson. Kimberly Pace, Scott Maestri, 
Chad Young, [back) Marvin Davis, David Chambers, Bronwen Houston, Michael Barham, 
Meg O'Beime, Ashley Phillips, David Lestage, Dan Walker, Michael Wade. 




PERSPECTIVES LEADERS, ifront) Venita Mitchell, Perry Narro, Lakeysha Greer, Sean 
Grace, Melanie Dotson, Cara Thompson, Mary Catherine Papa, Misty Leon, Amy Comans, 
Todd Reeves, Jason Gabriel, Jason Akers, {2nd row) Brian Ponder, Jane Shearer, Brian 
Williams. Jason Jolly. Kate Calvert. Amy Balducci. Amanda Cook. Kevin Wilson. David 
Pamell. Chris Alexander. {3rd row) Mary Largent. Shannon Rogers. Ellen Czaika. Jenny 
Kellum. Mary Boothe. Currey McDaniel. Thomas Mouton. Ben Watson. Doug White. Brad 
Litkenhous {4th row) Noble Black. John Myers. Trace Noble. Elizabeth Warren. Ashley 
Phillips. Jana Nye. Allison Grubbs, Anne Harmon, Shawn Goodwin, Amanda Masset. (back) 
Jim Marshall. Baker Lawley, Scott Webster, Jennifer Jones. Austin McMullen, Gene Lang. 



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CAMPUS DISTINCTION 




Dravs^ing up program plans 



Christy Robertson helps 

to plan an upper-level 

program for LEAD that 

would provide leaders 

of campus groups a 

forum for discussion. 




Phi Beta Kappa 

Established in 1989, the 
Phi Beta Kappa chapter is 
the only one in the state. 
The 26 new members were 
initiated on a Saturday 
afternoon with a dinner 
following at the Capital 
Club. 



What v/as the most 
important thing you learned 
in the LEAD program? 

"LEAD helped me to recognize the 
importance of belief in your 
abilities and inspiring others to 
achieve instead of being an over- 
powering officer. I was amazed to 
discover all the things one can 
accomplish simply with teamwork 
and a little bit of faith." 

-Rhonda Oliver 



Sigma Lambda Books 

The Sigma Lambda 
members distributed bags 
in the Woodland Hills area 
and collected hundreds of 
books and magazines. The 
books went to the adult 
literacy program JPAR. 




Founder's 
Medal 

Amanda O'Kelly was 

given the Founder's 
Medal at graduation 
for the highest 
cumulative GPA. 




LEAD RETREAT, (front) Ellen Czaika. Jane Shearer, Jason Jolly, Katye Bratton, Ashley 
Bass, Venita Mitchell, Mary Largent, Rhonda White, Stan Magee. (backjBriH Mendoza, 
Christy Robertson, Ashley Calhoun, Noble Black, Brad Litkenhous. Bert Austin, Holly 
Crawford. 



SIGMA LAMBDA, tfront) Erica Woodall, Shannon Rogers, Natalie Gilbert. Amanc 
Cook, Soria Colomer, Amy Creel, Lauri McCormick, Brian Courville, Christy Robertso 
Amanda O' Kelly, {2nd row ) Kate Calvert, Toby Gibson, Ted Animon, Baker Lavvley, Shau 
Goodwin, Ellen Czaika, i3rd /on) Mary LargenI, Andy Brown, Amy Smith. Mary Booth 
Britt Mendoza, Harry Raybum. {back) Jennifer Jones, Katy Farrell, Scott Webster. Ashk 
Phillips. Lauren Williams, Brad Litkenhous, Michael Barham, John Myers, Bert Austin. 



Joining an Honored Group 





John Myers signs his 
Phi Beta Kappa card 
after the ceremony in 
the chapel. 



t Distinguished 



Peter Austin and Jane 
Shearer were named Most 
Distinguished Man and 
Woman of the Year. Peter 
was a member of Beta Alpha 
Psi and Omicron Deha Kappa. 
Jane ser\'ed as SBA President 
and a CMT Co-Chair of the 
Midtown Project. 



LEAD Retreat 

Holly Crawford, Jane 
Shearer, Ashley Bass, 
Bert Austin, and 
Jason Jolly created 
new ideas for the 
Emerging LEADers 
program in the fall. 



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• Raffle for stereo 

• Easter egg hunt for 
Midtown Daycare 

• Christmas part\' for 




Midtown Da}'care 




• Book drive for Duling 




Adult Education 




Center 



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MICRON DELTA KAPPA, {front) Natalie Gilbert. Amanda Cook, Ellen Czaika, Enka 
nford. Nan Frascogna. President Amanda O' Kelly. Todd Reeves. ( 2nd row ) Amy Balducci, 
ne Shearer, Secretary Shannon Rogers. Mary Largent. Elizabeth Warren. Amy Baier. Mary 
aothe. Trace Noble, {3rd row) Brian Ponder. Heidi Hudlow. Allison Tays. Public Relations 
aty Farrell, Vice-President Ben Watson. Lamar Mitchell. Alumni Relations Austin 
;cMullen, {back) John Myers. Noble Black, Doug White, Advisor Dr. Pat Taylor. Faculty 
;cretary Dr. Charles Sallis, Dr. Robert King. 



PHI BETA KAPPA, (from) Beth Burroughs. Angela Ahuja. Lendy Van Slyke. Amanda 
O' Kelly. Elizabeth Young. Lynette Ledoux. Shannon Rogers. Lauren Mancini, Andy 
Brown, (middle) David Bryson, Todd Berryman. Michelle Moss. Elizabeth Brown, Alison 
Ligon. Mar>' Boothe. {back) Will Halford. Austin McMullen. David Majure. John Myers, 
Philip Chapman. Scott Webster, Wayne Murphy. Jeff Wilson, {not pictured) Lynn 
Griesbeck. Chan McLeod. Howard Pickett. 



PRIME EXPERIENCE 





FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION, {front) President Elee Williams. Trea- 
surer Steven Johns. Jesus Menendez. Assistant Treasurer Michael Lowery. Todd Warren, 
Vice-President Patrick Caraway, [back) Advisor Walter Neely, SBA Representative Leo 
Isaak. Duncan Welch. Joey DuMontier, Don Cumbest. Jason Gabriel. Bill Neely. Secretary 
Brian Courville. Eric Napier. Ashley McDonnell. 



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ADULT STUDENT ASSOCIATION, {front) Mary Knight. Paula Garrett. Kejoko Ogino. 
Michelle Brister, Rosanne Nunnery. Fran Wood, ( 2nd rou) Deborah Heaton. Frances Coker, 
Jane Hawkins. Judy Ford. Janet Langley. ( 3rd row) Elaine Young. Vanessa Siegal. Betty Sue 
Moak. Phil Shepardson. Elise Rinta. Jim Herring. Brenda Green. {4th row) Spencer Harris 
III. Myron Lockey. Kevin Thomas. Gene Davis. Vice President Ken Peters, Bill Kimmel, 
{back) Harrylyn Sallis. Laurissa Henderson. Nola Gibson, {not pictured) CoPresident 
Dudlev Ford. 




BETA ALPHA PSI. {front) Christy Robertson, Stephanie Barrett, President Aimee 
Lacallade, Reporter Claire Sutton, Natalie Gilbert. Allison Tays. {2nd row) Rebecca Ezell, 
Brennan Branch, Karen Chiang, Anne Minor, Angie Whittington. Vice-President of Pro- 
grams Michele Hester, {3rd row) Duane Ferrell. Allen Burke. Bnan Courville. Treasurer 
Alison Ammann. Michele Biegel, Elizabeth Low. Public Relations Leader Elizabeth 
Warren, (back) Sanford Warren. Michael Prejean. Daniel Scearce, Peter Austin, Social Chair 
Troy Manson. Sean Spratl, Patrick Caraway. 



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Student 
Activities 



Fall Hat Party at 
Dinsmor clubhouse 

Competed in Grits 
and Grat~itri Cookoff 
at Homecoming 

Spring Cookout in 
the Bowl 



Welfare Reform 

Dr. Jesse Beeler, Phillip 
Taylor, and Dr. Bill Brister 
discuss a project which 
assessed the effectiveness 
of the state welfare 
program. 




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Explaining the vsrriting process 




Ms. Paula GaiTett 
e.xplains to Sean 
Meadows and the 
rest of her LS 1010 
class how to avoid 
plagiarism in papers. 



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Is it hard to adjust to 
being an adult student 
on campus? 

/'^'It is not hard to be an adult 
student because the ADP office 
makes it so easy. They are 
helpful with course selection 
and directions on campus. 
Being a freshman can be scary 
but being a returning student 
can be even scarier." 

-Elise Rinta 




Paper Question 

Ayres Haxton listens as 
Louis Guichet asks a 
question about how to 
cite sources in a paper. 



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Jane Hawkins, an ADP student, 
researches a paper entitled "Awaken 
my Soul, Awaken" from Psalm 57:8 
for her LS 1010 class. 



Lewis Wilson Fund 

A group of business students 
managed the Lewis Wilson 
Fund by recommending 
stock purchases to a board 
of professional portfolio 
managers. 



BETA GAMMA SIGMA, ifrom) Christy Robertson, 
Kelly Combs, Anne Tarwaler. Susan Feldman. John 
Martin. Dr. Ajay Aggarwal, (back) Ashley McDonnell, 
Amy Smith, Sara Kimmel, Jason Gabriel, Mari Scott, 
Cara Strickland, Chuck Ray. 




HELPING OTHERS 




Signing up to volunteer 




CMT Members 
Tricia Sanford, 
Sarah Richie, 
and Lauren 
Mancini work 
the CMT booth 
during the fall 
Activities Fair. 



Habitat for Humanity 

Habitat members took part 
in a road block and a Habitat 
jail to raise money to build a 
house. 



What do you think of the 
religious atmosphere at 
Millsaps? 

"I don't feel Millsaps has 
developed its religious atmosphere 
nearly enough. This is supposed 
to be a religious college, but if you 
were to ask someone outside of 
the school what the affiliation of 
Millsaps is, they would not be able 
to tell by what goes on on 
campus." 

-Marc Smith 




CMT Midtown 

Creighton Chandler 
cuts grass at the 
Midtown Project, 
done twice a year by 
CMT. 





CAMPUS MINISTRY TEAM, tfroni) Tncia Sanford, Amanda Cook, Amy Osbom, 
Jennifer Sanders, Jami Stokes, (middle) Beth Hattier, Julie Whittmgton, Sarah Fontenelle, 
Ashley Abate, Rachel Barham, Todd Reeves, (back) Lawrence Tucker, Don Cumbest, Sarah 
Richie, Allison Carr, Don Fortenberry. 



CIRCLE K. (from) President Toby Gibson. Family Chair Melissa Sterling, Secreta 
Nancy Sloan, Treasurer Ellen Czaika, Public Relations Chair Brian Means, (2nd row) Ry; 
Brach, Matthew McLaughlin, Allison Almon, Lorri Savell, Randy Bass, Brian Courvill 
Jason McManus, Bradley Bennett. (3rd row) Jane Shearer, Jennifer Matthews, Kiniber 
Pace. Elizabeth Warriner. Molly Mitchell. Candice Rawls. Ashley Sulser. Suzanne Warhl 
(hack) Mickey Paduda, Lee Ann Johnson. Susan Mareno, David Lestage, Amy Smit 
Bradley Sanders, Heidi Hudlow, (not pictured) Michael Barham. 



Working in the community 






David Chambers 

paints cabinets at 

Brown Elementary. 

CMT sponsored 

workdays at the 

school. 




tMiiMsari 




^ak from Studies 

In April, the Millsaps Christian 
Fellowship hosted a crawfish 
boil in the Bowl for the 
campus. Brad Ball stirs the 
hot pot of mud bugs. 




What was your favorite 
topic in the CMT Seeking 
and Understanding Series? 

"My favorite topic was the church 
burning program. This program 
was the most infonnative and 
the most important to Millsaps 
students." 

-Ann Heslin 



Circle K Activities 

Activities of Circle K 
included Angel Tree, 
Santa Shoestring, Tioga 
Fall Conference, Adopt- 
A-Highway, and Trick- 
or-Treat for Iodine 
Deficiency Disorder. 



CATHOLIC STUDENT LEADERSHIP COUNCIL. 

(front) Ainiee Cronan. Janet Foley. Sabrina Brantley, 
Liz Dubui.sson. Soria Colomer, Jennifer Crawford, 
(buck) David Moffit. Thomas Winlz, Sister Sharon 
dumb, Brian Means, Amy Balducci, Meg O'Beime. 




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[ABIT AT FOR HUMANITY, {front) Dr. Connie Campbell. Fundraising Coordmator 
uzanne Wahrle, Workday Coordinator Ellen Ferrell, Amy Osbom, Amy Randazzo, Aimee 
i/ardlaw, Jamie Hanry, Bethany Johnson, (,2nd row) Candice Rawls, Carl Daniel, Don 
brtenberry, Elizabeth Phillips, Christy Jones. Betsy Farrell, {3rd row) Lord Savell. Jason 
tcManus, Ashley Sulser, Lauren Stamps, Rhonda Oliver, Brandi Hinton, Lauren Mancini, 
back) Logan Long. Dan Walker, Secretary Brian Means, David Lestage, Brad Ball. Michael 
larham, Charlie Mozingo, President Andy Brown, (not pictured) Mark Post, Collegiate 
Challenger Kristen McRae, Treasurer Amanda Masset. 



WESLEY FELLOWSHIP, (front) Don Fortenberry, Amanda Cook, Rosanne Nunnery, 
( middle ) President Marc Smith, Cares and Concerns Coordinator Martha Ostenrude, Service 
and Outreach Coordinator Sadie Gardner, (back) Music Coordinator Allen King. Margus 
Sarglepp, Program Coordinator Michael Barham, Lauren Mancini, Amanda O'Kelly. (not 
pictured) Allison Carr, Publicity and College Relations Chair Mike Dies. 



GROUP RESEARCH 



Preparation for biology lab 

W Mary Katherine Black 
" listens to Dr. McGuire's 
' I explanation of a lab. 






Geology Honorary 

Sigma Gamma Epsilon 
member Heather Lott won 
the Boland Scholarship. 




Getting it 
Straight 

Near the end of a 
botany lab, Marin 
Dawson asks Dr. 
Mann a question. 




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Star Gazers 

Suzanne Wahrle and 
Lane Smiley, with the 
help of Dr. Khandker, 
did repairs in order to 
open the Observatory. 



Cincinnati Chili Dinner 
Party 

Participated in the Math 
Association of America 
annual convention 

One Millsaps team 
finished fourth in the 
convention overall 

Guest speakers: Michael 
Pearson and Lisa Tarsi 







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MATH CLUB, (front) Joshua Hanes, John Myers, Chad Miller, (back) Hudson Segrest, Li 
Melcher, Stephen Lokitz. 



STUDENT AFFILIATES OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY, {front) Am 
Creel, Ellen Czaika, Christina Seto, Jill Magargee. (middle) Lakei.sha Jones, Nital Pate 
President Jason Powers, Ricky Bryant, Josh Phillips, (back) Brian Means, Chris Newmai 
Brian Berryhill, Secretary Dennis Wong, Advisor Dr. Johnnie-Marie Whitfield. 



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Organic Lab 

Tessa Hue and Dr. 
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organic chemistry lab. 




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stillation Research 



Brian Williams distills his 
unknown compound in a 
chemistry experiment. 



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Befa Beta Beta 

Beta Beta Beta organized 
and requested abstracts 
for a Student Research 
Symposium. They also 
supported a number of 
graduate school fairs. 




Out in the Bowl 

Adrian Green, Gray Adams, and Anne 
Miller use a plane table alibade during 
a geology experiment. 




LPHA EPSILON DELTA, {from) President Scott Webster, Reporter Jeff Wilson. Vice- 
■esident Eric Herrington. Secretary Dana Roe, Historian Michelle Moss, Treasurer Jennifer 
[osley, (middle) Dennis Wong, Kim Niolet, Carrie Nash, Ashley McDonnell, Candice 
awls, Bridget Mollis, Tanya Oswald, (back) Mark Post, Brian Hamilton, Nathan Beavers, 
wen Baer, Mr. Nevins, Andy Brown, Josh Phillips, Harry Raybum. 



ALPHA KAPPA DELTA, (front) Dr. George Bey, David Majure, Chris Gunn, (hack) 
Elaine Young. Chairperson Doug White, Lynne Crater, Ritual Archivist Jane Shearer, Amy 
Lymberis, Mary Beth Chrestman. 



SINGERS& HANDBELLS 



Practice makes perfect 



Martha Ostenrude 

was a first year 

member of the 

Handbell Ensemble. 





fingers 
Concerts 



• Homecoming Concert 

• Christmas Concert 

• Advent Service 

• Winter Concert 




Candle Flame 

Kimberly Pace lights 
her candle from Ms. 
Christina Hrivnak 
during the Advent 
Service. 



Handbell ensemble performances 



The handbell 

members performed 

in a concert at Alta 

Woods Baptist 

Church and with the 

Wind Ensemble. 






SINGERS ALTOS, (front) Elizabeth Warriner, Janine Lacallade, Jamie Harris, Amy 
Palmer, Allison Bailey (middle) Kimberly Pace, Missy Rose, Mary Alice Rambin, Heather 
Denham, Mary Clay Wadlington, (back) Jeanne Martin. Laura Moore, Betsy Farrell, 
Vanessa Beaumont, Jane Collins, Katy Farrell 



SINGERS SOPRANOS, (front) Jenny Bachaleda, Candice Rawls, Allison Carr, An- 
Clifton, Heather Moore, (middle) Marty Troupe. Emily Mayo, Clare Gillette, Anna Kathr) 
Monteilh, Betsy Vandiver, Kellie Rish (back) Lindsay Whitfield, Allison Jenkins, Rach 
Barhani, Jenni Brown, Aimee Cronan, Amy Creel. 



Winter Concert 



The Winter Concert 
entitled Until I Saw 
was held February 28 
during Black History 
Month. 



Singing award >vinner 



In January, Marty 
Troupe was named 
the new Mississippi 
Federation of Music 
Clubs State College 
Winner, 




IS of the Season 



Jeanne Martin sings in the 
aisle during the closing song 
of the Advent Service on 
December 10. The service 
was an annual Christmas 
celebration for the campus 
community. 



What >vas your favorite 
Singers concert? 

"hi the Winter Concert, we sang a 
lot of multicultural music which 
opened our eyes to other types of 
music in addition to other ways of 
life. It was inspiring, but at the 
same time, it was fun. I especially 
enjoyed the harmonic overtone 
singing." 

-Betsy Farrell 



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Backstage 

Rachel Barham applies 
makeup before her 
performance in the 
Opera Scenes. 




Farewell Recital 



Voice teacher Ms. 
Christina Hrivnak gave 
a farewell recital on 
April 21 before leaving 
to pursue her doctorate 
in Cincinnatti. 




INGERS TENORS & BASSES, (front) Allen King, Brandon Baxter, Jermaine Ivy, Hugh 
axter, Jesse Elam, Lane Smiley, (middle) Bradley Bennett. Josh Dupont. Keith Isbell, 
atrick Johnson, John Suggs. Andrew O'Dell, Jason Loden, (back) Eric Herrington, Marc 
/alley. Randy Bass, Michael Barham, Margus Sarglepp. Uvon Tucker, John Will. 



HANDBELLS, (front) Heather Moore, Jeanne Martin, Kristen McRae, Martha Ostenrude. 
(back) Terry Watts. Patrick Johnston, Allen King. Doug Leonard. Elton Williams. 



IN FRONT OF THE CROWD 




Halftime Shovs^ 

The Major Impressions danced at halftime of 
football and basketball games: [front] Kate 
England, Summer Beech, Jennifer Simmons, 
Bethany Johnson, Beth Rattier, (backj Kim 
Niolet, Therese Weir, Nicole Legendre, Lauri 
McCormick, Elizabeth Phillips. 



Award'", 



Freshman of the Year James 
Thompson 

Backstage Award Carol Smuck 

Frank Hains Award Boyd 
Campbell 

The Cameo Award Boyd Cambell 

Best Actress in a Supporting Role 
Allana Austin 

Best Actor in a Supporting Role 
Keith Isbell 

Best Actress in a Leading Role 
Christine Swan 

Best Actor in a Leading Role 
Matt Henry 

Mitchell Award Tara McLellan 

Alpha Psi Omega Award Matt 
Henry 

Best Show A Man for All Seasons 




Other P lays 

Two of the other 
plays done by the 
Players were N{ijht 
Mother und Dining 
Room. 



A Man for All Seasons 



Senior Alpha Psi Omega 

member Caleb Williford 

prepares for his role in 

A Man for All Seasons. 

Faculty, staff, alumni, and 

students participated in the 

performance in late February. 




Founder's day performance 




Betsy Vandiver, 
Jermaine Ivy, Jenni 
Brown, and Jason 
Loden sing at the 
Founder's Day 
Luncheon. 



MAJOR IMPRESSIONS. Summer Beech, Choreo- 
grapher Bethany Johnson. Kim Niolet, Co-Captain 
EHzabeth Phillips, Therese Weir, Captain Nicole 
Legendre, Kale England, {not pictured) Heather Lott, 
Susan Feldman, Beth Hattier, Lauri McCormick, 
Adriane Louie, Jennifer Simmons. 




A tense moment onstage 



Christine Swan threatens 

Keith Isbell in Death and 

the Maiden. 




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Why did you enjoy being 
a member of Major 
Impressions? 

''I enjoyed being a founding 
member and officer of Major 
Impressions because I have 
danced since I was six and 
when I came to Millsaps there 
was not a program of dance 
classes for credit or a dance 
team for football and 
basketball." 

-Jennifer Simmons 




Concentration 

Nicole Saad and Tara McLellan 
listen for cues as part of the 
production crew in the balcony 
control booth. 




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WIND ENSEMBLE, ifmnl) Krislen McRae. Mark Post. Shawn Goodwin. Melissa 
Harvison. {hack) Doug Leonard. Elton Williams. Stephen Lokitz. Wayne Linehan. 




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ALPHA PSI OMEGA, ^i'nmt) David Bryson. Vice-President Nikki Brow n. Mary Boothe, 
President Amelia Brown. Amanda Cook. Tara McLellan. {hcuk) Secretary Nicole Saad. 
Morgan Gadd. Doua Leonard. Brent Lefavor. Matthew Henrv. Allana Austin. Sam Hall. 




CHAMBER SINGERS, ffnmn Margus Sarglepp. Marty Troupe. Betsy Vandiver. Laura Moore. 
Randy Bass. 1 2nd mwl Jermaine Ivy. Catherine Mouton. Jenny Bachaleda. Patrick Johnston. Jenni 
Brown. Uvon Tucker. Katy Farrell. Betsy Farrell. (3rd row) Allison Jenkins. Brandon Baxter. 
Vanessa Beaumont. Heather Denham. Allen King, John Suggs, (back) Jason Loden, John Will, 
Josh Dupont. Keith Isbell. Marc Walley. 



A DIFFERENT VOICE 





Hey, Macarena! 

On September 30, the 
Spanish Club held a pot 
luck dinner where they 
danced the Macarena. 



SCHILLER GESELLSCHAFT. Ed- 
ward Atkinson, Todd Berryman, Dr. Joan 
Cotter, Willem Bermel. 



C^irculo 
Hispanico 

activities 



Deutscher Verein 

The German Club had 
weekly coffee hours and 
monthly film showings. 



Viewed Disney's 
Aladdin in Spanish 

Viewed video about 
Costa Rica's natural 
assets 

Participated in 
Hispanic community 
dinner at various 
Jackson restaurants 



Christmas in foreign countries 



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where they heard 




stories about holiday 




traditions in other 




countries. 





DEUTSCHER VEREIN. ifronl) Willem Bermel, Todd Berryman, Ken Ball, Warren 
Smith, (back) Patricia Campbell, Grace Crouch. Amanda Ronk, Elizabeth Young, Dr. Joan 
Cotter. 



SPANISH CLUB, {front) Dr. Robert Quinn, Dr. Claudine Chadeyras, Dr. Robert Kahn, 
(middle) Jenny Kellum, Patricia Campbell, Robin Clark, Molly Mitchell, Katye Bratton, 
(back) Patrick McCarthy, Charles Abbott, Elise Rinta, Kimberly Pace, Jesus Menendez. 



Telling about a trip to Chile 



Patricia Campbell gave 

a presentation about 

her trip to Chile at a 

Spanish club meeting. 




Carol Singing 

Molly Mitchell, Cassie 
Sheldon, and Nancy 
Sloan prepare to sing 
Spanish Christmas 
carols. 




Listen in Language Lab 



Lena Palmer listens to a tape 
called Sur le Vif-Has for Dr. 
Fermon's French 2000 class. 




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French Crepe Cafe 
during Multi Cultural 
Awareness Week 

Dinner featuring 
French food 

Worked to bring 
French Theater 
exhibits to Jackson 



FRENCH CLUB. Sarah Richie, Tina Rivers, Ms. Gail 
Buzhardt. Dr. Claudine Chadeyras. Jesus Menendez. 




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O' Kelly. Dr. Robert Quinn, U^ack} Dr. Robert Kahn. Mich Coker. Charles Abbott, Sally 
Graves, Jesus Menendez, David Majure. 



PI DELTA PHI. Ms. Gail Buzhardt. Theresa Arrington. Tina Rivers, Tresslar Hydinger. 
Allison Bailey, Dr. Priscilla Fermon. Dr. Claudine Chadeyras. 



ARTISTIC ENDEAVORS 




Immersed in works of literature 



Holly Crawford was 
editor of the Sti/Jus. 
the hterary magazine 
which came out in the 
fall and the spring. 




The Creation of a Human 



Adam Blanks works to create a 

sculpture of a human figure from 

a block of wood. 




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Across Cultures 



Roland Freeman, Eudora Welty Visiting Professor in 
Southern Studies, taught An Introduction to Communitij 
Photodocumentation where students documented the 
daily lives of cross-cultural families. The class consisted 
of Dave Carner, Elizabeth Sullivan, Katy Schweers, 
Roland Freeman, Kathleen Robbins, Lynnette Gilbert, 
and Will Huguet. 




Steady Hands 

Danielle Bowling 
sands a piece of wood 
for a wall hanging in 
Foundations of Art II. 




Eta Sigma Ph 



In April, the members of 
the Classics honorary 
held a party in the John 
Stone House where they 
initiated new members. 



Final touches for senior exhibit 



Chip Osborne prepares 

for the opening of his 

senior art show entitled 

"Imaging Consciousness." 







Senior Art Shows 



Two senior art shows 
were held in the spring in 
the Lewis Art Gallery. 



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ENGLISH CLUB, {front) President Melanie Dotson. Vice-President Tara McLellan. 
Treasurer Mary Alice Rambin, Sandi Pullen, (back) Coffee Hoiise Coordinator Amanda 
Cook, Mary Katherine Black. Lindsay Scruggs. 



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HISTORY CLUB, {front) Li Melcher. Philip McDermott, Chad Young, Creighton 
Chandler, Jennifer Miller. ( hcick ) Dr. Charles Sallis, Dr. Robert McElvaine. Dr. Sanford Zaie. 







ART STUDENT ASSOCIATION. Elizabeth Callaway, Kaon Kawarazuka, President Lauren 
Mancini, Takeshi Kawarazuka, Stephanie Zeber, Yoshi Yaniada, Collin Asmus, Hideki Yasumoto, 
David Lowe, Lee Emmert, (not pictured) Chip Osborne. Sharon Stephen.son. 




ETA SIGMA PHI. tfroni) Mary Boothe, President Lynette Ledoux, Tom Summerlord. {middle) 
Rachel Barham, Sandi Pullen, Ashley Sulser, Helen Summerford, President Amy Lymbens, {back) 
Dr. Lenora Olivia, Shana Fondren, Jimmy Ainsworth, Melissa Sterling, Jenna Spears, Dr. 
Catherine Freis, Dr. Michael Gleason. 



WORKING TOGETHER 





Working 
on Deadline 

Ann Taylor, A.J. 
Johnson, Candace 
Carlisle, and Walter 
Biggins check the 
placement of a photo 
for the newspaper. 



Multi Cultural Group 

The MCA group visited area 
ethnic restaurants and met 
on Wednesdays at noon in 
the Student Affairs Lounge. 



MAJOR PRODUCTIONS, (from) Matthew 
McLaughlin. Kirk Lawrence, Allison Hyko, {back) 
Oreathia Smith, Liz Giovingo, Jennifer Brewer, 
Sabnna Brantley. 



United Nations Activities 

The United Nations Association 
attended a Model UN Conference 
at JSU and sent three delegations 
to the Mississippi Model Security 
Council at MSU. 



productions 
projects 



• Comedian Harry Basil 

• The Regurgitator 

• Comedian Marc Moran 

• Provided cotton candy 
and clown for Circus 
Day in the cafe 

• Hypnotist Terry 
Stokes 






UNITED NATIONS ASSOCIATION, {from) Heather Neurolh. Allison Bailey, Erica 
France. Kate Calvert, {back) Dr. Iren Gmo-Bare. Stacy Reynolds, Lesley Barousse, Jonathan 
Martin, Michael Hixson, Caroline Dill. 



BLACK STUDENT ASSOCIATION, {front) Advisor Sherryl Wilbum. Vice President 
Kenneth Thompson, President Shanell Hudson, Treasurer Brandi Walker. Tamina Irby, 
{middle) President Desmond Funchess. Cord Campbell. Taryn Stewart, Walter Biggins, 
Bridget! Sanders, Shantelle Suane, {back) Marvin Davis, Zacchaeus Wallace, O. J. 
McNichols. 



MCA LEADERSHIP GROUP, ijmnl) Sabrina 
Brantley, Oreathia Smith, Haipreet Sood, Authur 
Johnson, {back) Brandl Walker, Sang-il Kim, 
Yasuko Sawa.se, M.s. Sherryl Wilhurn. 




is Your Opinion? 

Walter Biggins interviews Carey 
Miller and Christina Johnson for the 
Photo Poll that ran weekly on the 
Opinions page of the Purple and 
Wliite. 



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Marc Moran, Campus 
Comedian of the Year, 
entertains the crowded 
Heritage with a routine 
geared for the college crowd. 



Newspaper Late Nights 

Editor Ann Taylor and Managing 
Editor Jeff Wilson worked late 
many times on Thursday night 
with their staff to insure the paper 
was ready by noon on Fridays. 



Circus Day 

On Circus Day in the cafe, 
Liz Dubuisson and Allison 
Hyko serve cotton candy to 
Rasa Lemmond, Scott 
Webster, and Matt Huard. 








PURPLE AND WHITE, (from) Sarah Campbell, Rachel Barham, Walter Biggins, Nicole 
Saad, A. J. Johnson, {middle) Suzie Murphy, Amanda Cook, Candace Carlisle, Sam Hall, 
Dave Camer, {back) Uvon Tucker, Michael Barham, Ann Taylor, Lawrence Tucker, Ford 
Day, Jeff Wilson. 



WOMEN'S COLLECTIVE, (from) Ashley Calhoun, Junko Sukuma, Amher Edwards, Aimee 
Pnmeaux, Paul Thompson, Ann Jane Cox, Stacy Reynolds, (hack) Jessica Jowers, Meredith Ozier, 
Dr. Theresa Arrington, Kandi Stevens, Chrissie McMullan, Marta McClellan, Tara McClellan, 
Becky Long, Sandi Pullen. 



OUTSIDE THE CLASSROOM 



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INTRAMURAL STAFF. (Jhml) Rodney Cook. Carla Webb, Charlie Taylor. Jimmy Boyd, Venita 
Mitchell. Brian Williams. 




ULTIMATE FRISBEE CLUB. Jay Paulson. Treasurer Joshua Hanes. President Andrew 
O'Dell. Sandi Pullen, Thomas Wintz, Alison Duncan, Mike Oles. 




FELLOWSHIP OF CHRISTIAN ATHLETES, {front) Wes Slay. President Charlie 
Mozingo, Vice-President Nan Frascogna. Lyie Bennett. ( />oci) Charlie Malouf, Advisor Ken 
Ingram. Wesley Ingram, [nol pictured) Treasurer Brian Hamilton, Josh Trapp, Trinity 
McKenzie. Chris McNeal. 




Running in Nev\^ Orleans 




Mary West placed first 
in her age group in the 
Mardi Gras Marathon 
in January. The run 
was 26.2 miles long. 



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• Elizabeth Callaway ran in 
the New York Marathon, 

• Cara Thompson and 
Helen Summerford ran 
the half Mardi Gras 
marathon. 

• Thomas Wintz placed first 
in his age group in the 
Mardi Gras marathon, 

• Nan Frascogna raised 
$2000 as a part of the 
Leukemia Society of 
America's Marathon 
Team-in-Training, 



Morning Meetings 

FCA met weekly in the 
weight room for a Bible 
study. 



KARATE CLUB. Jimmy Ain.sworth. Dr. Connie 
Campbell. Chris Young, 




Frisbee on a windy afternoon 



Alison Duncan warms 
up for a game of frisbee 
on the soccer field with 
the new members of the 

Ultimate Frisbee team. 




Dov^^nto>vn Ballet Class 



Jenny AUred and Sally Clark 
were members of the first 
ballet class for credit which 
met each week downtown 
at the Ballet Mississippi 
headquarters. 




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BIKE CLUB. Carl Daniel, Steve King. Brian 
Berryhill. 





Bo-Sol Cofo 

Jimmy Ainsworth, 
Dr. Connie Campbell, 
and Chris Young 
practice a formalized 
system of strikes and 
blocks simulating 
weapon attacks. 



On the LA Roads 

Janet Foley, Nan 
Frascogna, Mary West, 
Thomas Wintz, Jason 
Jolly, and Matt Henry 
ran the full Mardi Gras 
marathon. 



In the Shade 

Dr. Carolee Larsen 
takes her Intro to 
Sociology class 
outdoors. 




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motto, what doesn't kill you makes 
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Katie Suthertand and Cassie Shelden 




Patrick Johnston, Marc Walley and Allen King 



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cheerleading 



eps ahead to encourage involvement 



oily Mitchell gets a spirit 
lift from tiie Major. The squad 
cheered not only at every home 
game, but also at Rhodes and 
Sewanee. 




im high. Freshman Julie Schumacher 
watches for her catcher. To be a cheerleader, 
students had to try out in the spring. This 
process included a cheer and a dance, with 
each person's score based on enthusiasm, 
appearance, motions, jumps, and tumbling. 




ajorMillsapswas the oldest 
and most treasured member 
of the cheerleading squad, 
arousing crowds at all football 
games and many basketball 
games. It took approximately 
eight minutes to put the Major 
into his uniform. 




limb higher. During 
football season, all the 
cheerleaders practiced an 
average of three to four 
hours a week under the 
direction of captain Paul 
Gordon and co-captain 
Brandy Craft. 




"My favorite 

experience 

cheerleading 

this year was 

getting to see 

the Majors 

beat Trinity in 

their last 

football game 

and watching 

as Millsaps 

fans ripped 

down the goal 

post." 

Paul Gordon 
Senior 




pint packed. Julie Schu- 
macher and .^my Brazda rally 
the crowd at a home game. 




step ahead. Aimee Lacallade, 
Julie Schu-macher. Greg Brenan, 
AmyBrazda, Brittany Benoit, and 
Molly Mitchell show enthusiasm 
for the Majors. 



alance. .As Shelly Byrd balances 
on Clifford Tillman's hands, the 
other cheerleaders watch, ready 
to help if needed. 







heerleaders. f/ro?!?.) Molly Mitchell. Brandy Craft. Julie Schumacher. 
Shelly Byrd Aback) Clifford Tillman. .Amy Brazda. ."Xmanda Hancock. 
Aimee Lacallade. Paul Gordon, (not pictured) Brittany Benoit, Greg 
Brenan, Brandi Walker. 

regame. Before every game, the 
cheerleaders and the Major led 
the team onto the field to the 
Millsaps fight song, better known 
as the Notre Dame fight song. 



ame breaker. Running back 
Mike McKenzie broke numerous 
tackles on his two touchdown runs 
to spark the comeback against 
Rhodes early in the season. 




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nson Walker, second team All- 
SCAC. started the first three games 
at quarterback and handled all 
the punting duties. 

ang tackle. Senior defensive 
back Troy Hilton (28) and 
freshman Mitch Smith (27) close 
in for the tackle in the first game 
against Rhodes. Hilton had 28 solo 
tackles and broke up 12 passes for 
the year. 






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football, (front) Mike McKenzie, Todd Reeves, Cord Campbell, Chris McNeal, Brad Madden, Anson Walker, Beau Pollard, 
Bryan Couvillion, (2ndrowj Patrick Johnston, John Strickland, Eddie Frederick, Rett Hamby, Jason Parsley, Kenneth Coleman, 
Andy Crotwell, John Atwood, Mich Coker, Charlie Malouf, (3rd row) Wes Ingram, Matt Janicek, Ken Thomas, Mitch Smith, Troy 
Hilton, Clay Nelson, Lyie Bennett, Magruder Hazlip, Randy Bass, George Lumm, (4th row) Josh Trapp, Beau Hale, Ben 
Nonnenmacher, Melvin Sanders. Mike Lonegrass, Arthur Jackson, Adam Weems, Byron Blackwell, Ronnie Isaac, Neil HoUis, 
(5th row) Ashley Hansford, Matt Huard, Michael Ray, Jason McAlister, Jarred Tolar, Chris Davis, Jason Otis, Phil Hartness, 
Nathan Byrd, Brett Theiss. Todd Reese, Gretl Zimmermann. (back) Lanci Greenlee, Head Trainer Murray Burch, Mike 
Frascogna, John Larrys, Chris Miller, Jim Page, Head Coach Ron Jurney, Joe Don Samples, Ken Ingram. Bill Raphael, Gene 
Barrett, April McGreger, Charlie Swearingen. 






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Rose-Hulman Institute 

25-7 

Rhodes College 

28-22 

McMurry University 

20-10 

Greenville College 

38-0 

Emory & Henry College 

7-24 

Centre College 

35-30 

Kentucky Wesleyan College 

31-0 

University of the South 

13-28 

Rhodes College 

14-7 

Trinity University 

13-10 

8 Wins • 2 Losses 
SCAC Co-Champions 




reaking through the line, 

SCAC Offensive Player of the 
Year Brad Madden (6) heads 
toward the game-winning 
touchdown in overtime 
against Rhodes. For the year, 
Madden had 11 touchdowns 
and 1,274 yards rushing to lead 
the SCAC in that category. 




ttitude is everything. SCAC 
Coach of the Year Ron Jurney 
gives instructions to Bryan 
Couvillion (9). Jurney said, "The 
1996 football team will always be 
remembered for its 'Never say 
die' attitude. I have never been 
more proud of a group of young 
men than with this team." 




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tretched out. All- 
SCAC First Team receiver 
Wes Ingram (22) dives 
for one of his 39 catches. 
Ingram totaled 517 
yards and 4 touchdowns 
for the season. 




uddle. Defensive players 
Josh Trapp (51), Jason 
McAlister (72), Arthur Jackson 
(56), George Lumm (44), 
Melvin Sanders (54), and 
Charlie Malouf (21). 




unback. Second Team All- 
SCAC defensive back Troy 
Hilton (28) had 5 interceptions 
and returned them for 115 
yards and 1 touchdown. 



hris McNeal (5) led the defense with 40 
solo tackles and 80 assists. He was First 
Team All-SCAC along with Matt Huard 
and Adam Cabell. Second Team selections 
were Byron Blackwell, Mike McKenzie, 
Jason Parsley, George Lumm, Josh Trapp, 
Charlie Malouf. Todd Reese and Phil 
Hartness were Honorable Mention. 



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tar player. Second Team All- 
SCAC player Heidi Hudlow ( 9) goes 
for the ball past Leah Williams 
(15). Hudlow led the team with 8 
goals and 4 assists. 



oming fast. Sophomore 
midfielder Katie Sutherland 
played in all 17 games of the season 
and started in 13. 

omen's Soccer, (front) Molly 
Alton. Jean Davis. Mist\' Sheppard, 
Jennifer Miller, (middlel Murray 
Pace. Heidi Hudlow. Katie 
Sutherland. Halley Austin, Jenny 
Allred. (back) Trainer Charlie 
Swearingen. Coach David For- 
sythe. Megan Mulloy, .Alissa 
Joseph. .-Ashley Abate. Leigh 
Dunavant, Asst. Coach Brian 
Travis, (not pictured) Trainer 
Melissa Jones. Leah Williams. 






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nticipation. The team had five 
freshmen, four sophomores, one 
junior and four seniors. 



xperienced controL Leah 
Williams made over 25% of the 
team's total points for the season. 




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I III. MS^ 14 1. 

Wittenburg College 

0-9 

Wilmington University 

0-10 

Trinity University 

0-8 

Southv^estern Univeristy 

0-6 

Centre College 

0-9 

Sewanee University 

2-1 

Loyola University 

4-2 

Austin College 

1-3 

University of Dallas 

3-1 

Hendrix College 

3-0 

Maryville University 

0-3 
Fontbonne College 

0-4 

Spring Hill College 

1-4 

Oglethorpe University 

0-2 

Loyola Universtiy 

2-2 

Centenary College 

0-1 

Rhodes College 

0-8 

4 Wins*12 Losses* 1 Tie 



ractice makes perfect. 

Jenny Allred leads the pack in 
a practice scrimmage. Coach 
Forsythe said, "Jenny was 
always the intense player at 
practice." 




ighting Freshman. As 

Alissa Joseph fights for 
the bail, Halley Austin 
comes up from behind 
for support. 



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locked shot. 

Freshman goalie 
Misty Sheppard 
started 5 games 
and had 51 saves. 



onference time. Coach 
Travis and Coach Forsythe 
watch the action from the 
sidelines. 



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eady to Attack. Senior 
Jennifer Miller was one 
of the team captains, 
along with Megan 
Mulloy and Halley 
Austin. 



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egan Mulloy, senior 
defensive player, started all 
seventeen games. In five of 
these. Mulloy was the goalie 
and had a total of 39 saves. 



enior Josh Farley ended the 
season with 23 shots. 2 goals and 
2 assists. Farley was one of the 
team captains, along with Jeremy 
Dobav and Willem Bermel. 




ick back. Freshman forvvard 
Ryan Haggard 1 5 1 is in hot pursuit 
of the ball while Jeremy Reynolds 
watches from behind. 

ee Johnson closes in on Steve 
Shirley at practice. Johnson was 
selected NSC.-UAII-South Region, 
and .-MI-SCAC First Team, and he 
had 32 shots with 4 goals during 
the season. 



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en's Soccer, ^/ron/j Michael 
Pizzolatto. Steve Shirley. Harr\' 
Rayburn. Justin Matheny. Jon 
Robert, (middle) Stephen Babula. 
Ryan Haggard. Emile Craig, 
Willem Bermel. Jonathan Dear. 
Marc Smith. Jeremy Reynolds. 
Josh Farley, (back) Asst. Coach 
Brian Travis. Jeremy Dobay. Jason 
Locklin. Corbett Gibson. Ian 
Makey. Mark Stars, Toby Gibson. 
Lee Johnson. Nick Licata, Manager 
Thomas Jones, Trainer Charlie 
Swearingen, Coach David 
Forsythe. 




anger zone. Sophomore Jon 
Robert lunges for the ball as a 
member of the opposing team is 
airborne in route to the same place. 
Robert played in all 16 games of 
the season as a man marker. 




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ictory dance. Junior goalie 
Jeremy Dobay totaled 129 saves 
for the season and broke every 
school record for goalies in only 3 
seasons. 



Team improves to second place finish 



TBE FINALS^: 

Wittenburg University 

1-0 

U. of Wise. -Whitewater 

1-1 

Trinity University 

2-4 

Southwestern University 

3-2 

Centre College 

2-1 

Sewanee College 

3-1 

Spring Hill College 

2-0 

Austin College 

0-1 

University of Dallas 

1-2 

Hendrix College 

4-1 

Webster University 

0-0 

Fontbonne College 

5-1 

Oglethorpe University 

3-1 

Centenary College 

1-2 

Spring Hill 

3-0 

Rhodes College 

0-3 

8 Wins*5 Losses*2 Ties 



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ickball. Junior midfielder Marc 
Smith is in hot pursuit of the ball 
at practice. Smith had 4 goals 
and 3 assists in the season and 
started in all 16 games. The team 
was ranked three times in the top 
ten in the NSCAA South Central 
Division III Poll, and they finished 
tied for second with Rhodes in 
the SCAC. 




nder control. As Jeremy 
Reynolds prepares to kick 
the ball, Josh Farley 
watches from behind as 
opposition is closing in. 
Reynolds made two clutch 
goals to produce one 
conference win and a tie. 



cod game. Jeremy Dobay 
accepts congratulations from 
the referee after a game. Dobay 
was named All-SCAC First 
Team and NSCAA All-South 
Region. 



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oncentration. Sophomore 
Mark Stars practices ball control. 




volleyball 



A young team headed for the top 



im high. Sarah Casey 
was one of the 10 freshman 
on the 12 member team. 
This was the youngest team 
in the conference and ended 
with Miilsaps' first ever 
winning volleyball season. 
Coach Carlson was named 
SCAC Co-Coach of the Year. 



eady to roll. Senior 
and All-SCAC Honorable 
Mention Lauren Long 
and Betsy Dorough 
participate in a drill at 
practice. Long was the 
first ever four-year letter 
winner in volleyball. 




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icole Sylvester, one of 

the freshmen, was All-SCAC 
Second Team and set seven 
school records with 1,378 
attacks, 528 kills, and 390 
digs. "Consistent," was the 
word Coach Carlson used 
to describe Nicole. 



ater volleyball? After a 
run through Belhaven in 
the August heat. Coach 
Carlson allows the team to 
cool off and practice 
plyometrics in the pool. 
This wasapractice designed 
to increase jumping height 
and power. 




Christian Brothers 

0-3 

MacMurray 

1-3 

Webster 

1-3 

Mississippi College 

3-2, 3-0, 2-3, 3-0 

Rhodes 
1-3,2-3,0-3,3-1 

Belhaven 

3-0, 3-0, 3-0, 3-0 

Jackson State University 

3-0, 3-1 

How/ard Payne 

2-3, 1-3 

Sul Ross 

3-0 

Austin College 

4-1 

Hendrix College 

3-0, 2-3, 3-0, 3-0 

University of West Alabama 

0-3, 0-3 

Oglethorpe University 

3-0 

University of the South 

3-0 

Centre College 

1-3,0-3 

Loyola University 

3-0. 2-3. 1-3 

Rust College 

3-0 

University of Cent. Arkansas 

0-3 

Arkansas Tech Univ. 

3-2 

Lyon College 

3-0 

Trinity University 

0-3 

Southw/estern University 

0-3, 0-3 

University of Dallas 

3-0, 3-0 

Trinity University 

0-3 

Centre College 

0-3 







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23 Wins • 22 Losses ^F 
#4 in SCAC Conference 



" parkplug. Rachel Carter 
(25) and Betsy Dorough (14) 
go for the block.Coach Carlson 
described Carter as a 
sparkplug. "When she made 
things happen, the rest of the 
team responded in a positive 
way. I looked to her for 
leadership and motivation for 
the team." 




n the count of three. Coach 
Carlson thought the most unifying 
time for this team was a trip to 
Atlanta for the SCAC division 
tournament. The team had plenty 
of time to bond in the two-and-a- 
half hour delay, waiting for bus 
repairs. 

igh five. Nicole Sylvester (1), 
.Andrea Klevan (7), and Elana 
Campagna (15) meet at the net 
for their congratulations ritual 
after a successful play. 




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olleybal].('/ro?;?.)Betsy Dorough, 
Sarah Fontenelle, Erica Adkins, 
Andrea Klevan, Lauren Long, 
Leigh Brasuell, Rachel Carter, 
(back) Head Coach Shannon 
Carlson, Candace Carlisle, Sarah 
Casey, Jaime Miles, Nicole 
Sylvester, Elana Campagna, Richie 
Burtt. 

ive. Sarah Fontenelle dives for 
the hall as Lauren Long backs her 
up. Fontenelle lead the team in 
service aces with 70. 



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n the long run. Brad Ball. Alden 
Kirk. Rudy N'ieto. Ray Cook, and 
Thomas Wintz represent the 
crosscountry team at the 
Mississippi College 5K open meet. 
They placed third at this meet. 

oming from the outfield. 

Freshman Grace Crouch runs 
along the Mississippi College 
crosscountry course. This grassy, 
hilly course included obstacles 
such as trees and trenches to jump 





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en's Crosscountry. Coach 
Matt Velkey. Rudy Nieto. .'\lden 
Kirk. Ken Ball. Ray Cook, Thomas 
Wintz. 




omen's Crosscountry. Emilie 
Wien. Grace Crouch. Janet Foley, 
Mary West. Alexia Smith. Coach 
Matt Velkey, (not pictured) Nan 
Frascogna. 



ool down. Thomas Wintz 
placed 2nd and 3rd at the two 
Mississippi College open meets 
and had the best time for Millsaps 
at every meet. 



crosscountry 




On the course and against the clock 






MEN'S TEAM 
Mississippi College 

2nd 

Mississippi College 

3rd 

Jackson State University 

5th 

Southern Collegiate Athletic 

Conference 

7th 

WOMEN'S TEAM 

Mississippi College 

3rd 

Southern Collegiate Athletic 

Conference 

7th 




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istance. Nan Frascogna was a 
founder of the marathon club that 
tvent to marathons around the 
South. 



ot and tired. Seniors Ken 
Ball and Alden Kirk round a 
corner of the Mississippi 
College course. At this point, 
they were about halfway 
through the 8 km (4.98 mile) 
course. The women ran 5 km 
(3.1 miles) cross country. 



ary West ran in both 
meets for the women. A 
favorite prerun snack for 
all the runners was bagels 
and bananas. These were 
high carbohydrate and high 
energy foods. 




oaching. Matt Velkey 
gives Emilie Wien a few 
post-race instructions. The 
most rewarding aspect of 
coaching for Matt was 
"having the opportunity to 
see runners develop and do 
well at meets." 



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oming around the bend. 

Sophomore Alexia Smith heads 
into the second half of the race at 
the Mississippi College Open 
Meet. The longest road trip taken 
by the crosscountry team was to 
the SCAC Championship at 
Sewanee. Afterthe race, the team 
got lost in a thick fog and drove 
for a long time, unable to find the 
hotel. 






women's basketbal 



Women encounter tough opposition 



ool down. Point guard 
Lanci Greenlee played a total 
of 634 minutes and had her 
bestgame againstOglethorpe. 
scoring 13 points, 9 assists and 
6 steals. 



umpshot. Senior forward Alison 
Ammann aims for the goal. She averaged 
6.7 points per game and 4.9 rebounds. 



ather around. Jennifer 
Hamm, Chrissy Webb, April 
McGreger and Assistant 
Coach Carlson listens 
intently as Coach Hannon 
announces the next plan of 
action. 




irborn. Jennifer Hamm 
(25) goes for the goal. As a 
substitute, Hamm played 
in all 25 games and got in 
a total of 223 minutes. 




J-iNAL 

Averett College 

78-57 
Emory University 

76-65 
Loyola University 

74-68 

Central University 

62-54 

Washington University 

57-70 

Stillman College 

86-57 
Loyola University 

93-67 

Judson College 

83-68 

University of Dallas 

81-52 

LSU Shreveport 

80-64 

Judson College 

99-32 

University of the South 

57-64 

Centre College 

76-35 

Hendrix 

70-83 

Rhodes College 

70-64 

Trinity University 

63-74 

Southwestern University 

92-54 

Hendrix College 

48-71 
Fihodes College 

66-77 

Trinity University 

58-59 

Southwestern University 

74-77 

Oglethorpe University 

82-74 

University of the South 

75-31 

Centre College 

57-53 

Oglethorpe University 

90-61 

1 7 Wins • 8 Losses 






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ut in front. SWC First Team 
memher Kim Weaver led the 
team with an average of 15.8 
points and 6.6 rebounds per 
game. Weaver also had IS 
blocked shots and 32 steals. 




omen's Basketbal 

(front) Jan Shearer, Erin 
Keller. Beth Bansbach, Lanci 
Greenlee. Serena Oliver, 
Chrissy Webb. Sarah Casey, 
Stacy Roussel, (back) Asst. 
Coach Shannon Carlson, April 
McGreger. Carla Webb. Kim 
Weaver. Alison Ammann, 
Michele Biegel, Jennifer 
Hamm, Man,' Helen Wall, Head 
Coach Cindy Hannon. 

tepback. Senior All-SCAC 
First Team Carla Webb, drives 
torward the goal. Webb scored 
14.7 points per game, which 
included 45 shots made from 
three point range. 






lam dunk. All SCAC-Honorable 
Mention Zacchaeus Wallace scored 
341 points in the season with an 
average of 13.6 points per game. 




en's Basketball, (front) 
Zaccheus Wallace. Jon Peyton. 
Willie Hobson. Joshua Danos. 
Zurick Smith, Chad Gardner, 
Reagan Toledano. D. Bryant, 
(back) Steven Johns, Asst. Coach 
MattMitchell, Brent Harrolle, Roh 
Sabau, Gordon Richardson, Tyler 
Walton, John Garber, David Greer, 
Head Coach John Stroud. 

locking out. Junior Gordon 
Richardson had 20 blocked shots 
on defense and made 63% of his 
shots from the field. 




rebuilds with one returning starter 



FINAL Si^flRF 

Austin College 

74-67 

Maryville College 

74-63 
Loyola University 

73-80 
Maryville College 

72-75 
Wesleyan College 

78-89 

Loyola University 

114-79 

Westminster College 

94-81 

University of Dallas 

58-50 

Rust College 

58-66 

Pensacola Christian 

73-56 

Rust College 

73-57 

Universtiy of the South 

65-82 

Centre College 

76-68 
Hendrix College 

79-85 
Rhodes College 

70-69 

Trinity University 

51-50 

Southwestern University 

71-66 

Hendrix College 

54-67 
Rhodes College 

52-63 

Trinity University 

68-75 

Southwestern University 

61-74 

Oglethorpe University 

64-69 

University of the South 

81-76 

Centre College 

74-68 

Oglethorpe University 

64-56 

14 Wins* 11 Losses 



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^ Action. All-SCAC First 
Team and Player of the Week 
John Garber played a key role 
with 40 blocked shots and 
averaged 15.1 points and 8.4 
rebounds per game. 




ebound. Chad Gardner (4) 
and Willie Hobson (3) jump 
for the rebound. Hobson had 
3.8 rebounds a game while 
averaging 3.2 points and 2.1 
rebounds. 



ension. Coach John Stroud 
exchanges words with the 
referee. 



utnumbered. Gordon 
Richardson (35), O.J. 
McNichols (20), Reagan 
Toledano(21),andWillie 
Hobson guard Austin 
College opposition. 







own time. On the bench: 
Asst. Coach Matt Mitchell, 
Steven Johns, Rob Sabau, 
Brian Woods, Brent 
Harrolle, David Greer, 
Gordon Richardson, Jon 
Peyton and Reagan 
Toledano. 



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rive. Ail-SCAC Honorable 
Mention Joshua Danos averaged 
11.8 points per game. He shot 
43% from three point territory 
and also led the team with 63 
assists. 



aking the call. Jared Becker, 
freshman, started at catcher for 
all 33 games. Jared ended the 
season with a .330 batting average. 



aseball. (front) Charlie 
Swearingen. Jason Parsley. Todd 
Nichols. Nathan Russell. Tom 
Jacks. Clint Newsom. Joe Lambert. 
Jared Becker, (middle) Kevin 
Wilson. Chris McNeal, Ben 
Jeffcoat, Jake Kidder. David Jones. 
Michael Prejean. Mike Highfi 
Lane VValberg. Matt Helms, (back) 
Head Coach Jim Page. Eric Cook. 
Tripp Gillespie. Peter Austin. Jacob 
Fuller. Craig Brewer, Anson 
Walker. Mark Kiel. Beau Pollard. 
Coach Trey Porter. 




eady or Not? Mike Prejean 
finished the season hitting .381 
with 45 hits and was second on the 
team with 42 RBIs. Prejean was 
also named All SCAC First Team. 

t the plate. Senior Tripp 
Gillespie earned All SCAC 
honorable mention. Tripp was 
second on the team with 11 
homeruns. 




Ten players earn SCAC honors 



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Belhaven College 

15-4 

Bridgewater College 

7-20 

Oglethorpe University 

16-8 

NC Wesleyan 

3-13 

Methodist 

15-16 

Emory University 

4-12 
Univ. of the South 

16-7, 17-6 
Christian Brothers 

9-7 

Mississippi College 

12-6 

Oglethorpe University 

7-5, 23-9, 6-21 

Culver-Stockton 

5-6, 12-1 

Belhaven College 

5-8 

Centre College 

13-4, 6-11. 2-0 

Christian Brothers 

12-6,5-18 

Alabama A&M 

2-9 

Univ. of the South 

23-6, 14-2, 18-7, 25-10 

Belhaven College 

5-15 

Mississippi College 

11-8 

Centre College 

10-11, 12-5, 14-3 

Trinity University 

8-16 

Belhaven College 

5-4 

20 Wins* 13 Losses 




etting a leg up. In April senior 
Anson Walker was named SCAC 
Pitcher of the Week. Anson was 
second on the team with a 4.75 
ERA. 




n full swing. Chris 
McNeal was named 
SCAC First Team and a 
GTE Academic Ail- 
American. He finished 
the season hitting .402 
with 54 runs, 53 hits, 
and27RBIs. 






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atching your back. Peter 
Austin was the first player in 
Millsaps' history to be named 
All SCAC First Team for all 
four seasons, and he broke the 
career stolen base record. 
Austin was drafted in May by 
the Pittsburgh Pirates. 




otcha! SCAC Player 
of the Year Mike Highfill 
finished the season 
hitting a school record 
.460 with 31 career 
homeruns. Mike also 
tied school records with 
56 RBIs and 57 hits. 



how me the sign. Beau 
Pollard finished the season 
with a record of 6-3 and 
was selected All SCAC 
Honorable Mention. 




he big leagues. Due to a 

number of rainouts, the 
team scheduled a final 
game against Belhaven 
College in Smith-Wills 
Stadium. 



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tennis 



Conference tournament rained out 



ong strides. Andrew Neely 
played #2 singles, and he 
played #2 doubles with a 
variety of partners. 



ack at you. Freshman 
John Russell had an 
overall singles record of 
7-4 and played doubles 
with Steven Johns and 
Michael Boerner. 




bubles. Ashley Lalande 
and DeAnna Lucas played 
#2 doubles and had a 1-2 
record. 




eady to respond. 

Jeffrey Doolittle played 
four matches in the #3 
singles spot and had a 
2-2 record. 



etum. Senior Anne 
Miller concentrates on 
the backhand return. 




: ¥iUM. 

MEN'S 

Mississippi College 

7-0 

Connecticut College 

0-7 

Southwestern University 

1-6 

Knox College 

2-5 
Ripon College 

0-7 
Hendrix College 

2-5 

Rhodes College 

2-5 

Oglethorpe University 

5-1 

Hendrix College 

1-6 

Mississippi College 

6-1 

Rhodes College 

1-6 

3 Wins • 8 Losses 



WOMEN'S 

Rhodes College 

0-9 

Mississippi College 

5-4 

West Alabama 

0-9 

Hendrix College 

4-5 

Mississippi College 

6-3 

Trinity University 

0-9 

2 Wins • 4 Losses 







upreme effort. Senior 
David Parnell played #3 
singles and #1 doubles. 
He was a member of the 
team all four years. 




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eads up. Sophomore Stacy 
Warren played #1 doubles with 
Sadie Gardner and #3 singles. 



ye on the ball. Freshman Sadie 
Gardner played #1 singles in five 
matches. 

omen's Tennis, (front) 
DeAnna Lucas. Ashley Lalande, 
Sadie Gardner, Stacy Warren. 
Anne Miller, Lauren Gardes, Coach 
Matt Mitchell, {not pictured) 
Dianne Dyer. Gretl Zimmermann, 
Leslie Manuel, Mary West. 

en's Tennis, (front) David 
Parnell. Ian Makey. (back) Coach 
Matt Mitchell, Steven Johns, 
Michael Boerner, Jeffrey Doolittle, 
Rob Carter, John Russell, Chad 
Miller, Andrew Neely. 



77 



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azing golfers. Coach John 
Stroud, Phihp Chapman and 
Mitchel Ellett watch the drives off 
the first tee at Whisper Lake Golf 
Course in Madison. 

winging. Mitchel Ellett follows 
through on the first tee in the 
match against Belhaven. 




rew Sill shot the team's lowest 
score in one of the matches against 
Belhavenand also against Tugaloo. 



en's Golf, (front) David 
Moffett, Doug Hindman. Leo 
Isaak. Drew Sill, (back) Mitchell 
Ellett, Philip Chapman, Coach 
John Stroud, (not pictured) 
Daniel Scearce. 

omen's Golf. Erin Keller, 
Jennifer Hamm, Dee Wise, Holly 
Taylor. 





Season 

HIE FINAL "^^ 

MENS GOLF 

Tougaloo 

1st 
Belhaven 

2nd 
Belhaven 

1st 
CBU Classic 

6th 



WOMENS GOLF 

Rained out 




rainy w 



e a t h e r 



trolling the courses. Leo 

Isaak walks off the first tee 
heading for his ball. Isaak 
played five rounds, averaging 
85. 



o stress here. Philip 
Chapman smiles as he 
watches his teammates get 
ready to play. Chapman 
played a total of 3 rounds 
and averaged 86.7 strokes a 
round. 



' riving. Senior Doug 
Hindman averaged 79 
strokes per round, the 
lowest on the team. 




ater problems. Holly 
Taylor and Jennifer Hamm 
practice their swings. The 
women's team never had a 
chance to play due to bad 
weather. 



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eep your head down. Freshman 
David Moffett finishes off his tee 
shot on the par 5 first hole at 
Whisper Lake Golf Club. 




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CHARLES 
HARDY 

vice president for business affairs 
► 




DON RAY 

vice president of development 



DR. 
HUGH 
PARKER 

dean of else school 

of manogement 

► 






DR. 

HARRYLYN 

SALLIS 

dean for adult learning 
► 



GARY 

FRETWELL 

vice president for enrollment 
and student affairs 





JACK 

WOODWARD 

dean of student aid 
financial planning 



ADMINISTRATION ' PEOPLE ^ 85 




OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT. Loretta DeFoe, Floy Nelms 




OFFICE OF THE ACADEMIC DEAN. Grace Harrington, Dean Robert 
King, Nancy McKay. 




BUSINESS AFFAIRS. Angela Otis, Rich Cell, Vicki Morgan, Charles 
Hardy. 




OFFICE OF FINANCIAL AID. Dean Jack Woodward, Dan Fowler, Ann 
Hyneman, Esther Baugh, Cheri Gober. 




Wheel and deal 

Dean Sneed and Steve 
Watson drive across 
campus on move-in 
day. Dean Sneed went 
from dorm to dorm 
supervising move in. 



jPriendly face 

Want something in 
particular in the caf? 
David Woodward, the 
head chef, was always 
available to help students 
find what they wanted. 




major prii 

Alison Hyko and Carole 
Martin support the Majors 
football team by handing out 
free pom poms on Purple 
Pride Day. 



Break time 

Tom Robertson takes a 
break from his office 
in the Career Center 
to do some work 
outside on a sunny 
afternoon. 





's work 

Dawn Nations worked in 
the Olin Divisions Office 
as a secretary to the taculn-. 
One of her many jobs was 
ryping and copying tests. 





OFFICE OF ADULT LEARNING. Nelda Woodward, Dr. Nola Gibson, 
Janet Langley, Laurissa Henderson, Mary Markley, Patsy Weeks, Dean 
Harrylyn Sallis. 



BUSINESS OFFICE. Dana Lang, Rose Johnson, Vicki t^ummings, 
Leslie Ivers, Mary Ann Goldman, Lou Burney, Sherrill Widdig, Connie 
Parker, Gail Waldrop, Julie Daniels, Ruth Greer. 





ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT, (front) Murray Burch, Shannon Carlson, 
Ron Jurney, Cindy Hannon, David Forsythe, Gale Williams, (back) Ken 
Ingram, Trey Porter, Matt Mitchell, John Stroud, Brian Travis, Joe Don 
Samples, Jim Page, Tyson Bridge. 




RESIDENT ASSISTANTS, (front) Latanishia Dees, Janet Foley, Amelia 
Brown, Erica Pedersen, Allana Austin, Christy Sylvan, Maret Watson, 
Zack Watson, Allison Tays, Anita Sumrall, (middle) Toby Gibson, Mary 
Katherine Black, Michael Barham, Laura Stevens, Stephanie Zeber, 
Amy Creel, Lee Davis, (back) Duane Ferrell, Charlie Mozingo, Turkessa 
Irvin, Chad Gardner, Rodney Cook, Stephanie Fanguy, Michael 
McCown. 



LIBRARY, (front) Ed Kownslar, Joycelyn Trotter, Jan Allison, Barbara 
West, Debra Mcintosh, (back) Rose Sheridan, Jim Parks, Jane Phillips, 
John Sandstrum, Michele Guyer, Pat Cox, Judy Frascogna, (not picured) 
Renee Sandstrum. 




OFFICE OF STUDENT AFFAIRS, (front) Lisa Tarsi, Maret Watson, 
Sandra Fanguy, Sherryl Wilburn, Allison Hyko, Sister Sharon Glumb, 
(middle) Stan Magee, Venita Mitchell, Anita Sumrall, Sandy Rhymes, 
Martha Lee, Nancy White, Don Fortenberry, (back) Florence Cooper, 
Gary Fretwell, Tom Robertson, Rodney Cook. 



STAFF PEOPLE 87 





POST OFFICE. Delois Elliott, Diane Samples, Janine Lacallade, Susan 
Alford, Ruth Stewart. 



BOOKSTORE, (front) Nancy Maziarz, Paula Taylor, (back) Robert 
Davis, Caroline Wilson, Walter Reid, Kathi Acy. 





COMPUTER SERVICES, (front) Gail Keller, Jeanne Bodron, Debra 
Bagwell, Mike Hartley, Rajat Chaudhuri, (back) Brian Jackson, Larry 
Horn, Joe Chapman, Tom Rast, Jeff Venator, Al Parker, Jim VanNoy. 



GROUNDS, (front) Lu Miller, Earnest Walton, Dan Neely, Bud 
Thigpen, Cleotha Warren (back) Chad Waltman, Willie Chase, Mel 
Williams, Govener Lawyer. 





MAINTENANCE, (front) Tim Wilkinson, James Almo, Shayne 
Wilkinson, David Wilkinson, Sam Greer, Marge Fenton, (back) Jim 
Busby, Ralph Coleman, Doug Johnson, Dennis Lum, Eric Kearney, (not 
pictured) Wilbert Newell, Tommy Barnes. 



HOUSEKEEPING, (front) Frankie Davis, Roberta Lewis, Jacklyn Oscar, 
Carolyn Rhodes, Ruthie Davis, Katherine Bridges, (middle) Arnell 
Conway, Harmony Skinner, Omar Johnson, Lee Arrington, Anthony 
Bridges, (back) ]ohny Luckett, Gary Jones, John Harris, Johnnie 
Williams, Raymond Luckett. 




^^bI Top honors 



James Almo won the 
individual Quality 
Service Award for his 
exceptional work with 
his department and 
the school. 



7i, 



ime out 



Assistant Football Coach 
Ken Ingram fills in for a 
missing player in an 
intramural Softball game 
one spring afternoon. 





the lottery 

Sandy Rhymes helps Mary 
Beth Himes choose a lottery 
number for housing next year. 



A JOB WELL DONE 

The Quality Service 
Departmental Award 
went to Housekeeping 
for their hard work 
and dedication. 





A reception was held in the 
caf to honor Mr. Gary 
Fretwell, Vice President for 
Enrollment and Student 
Affairs, and Ms. Sandra 
Fanguy, the Career Center 
Coordinator, who were 
married on March 7. 




RECORDS OFFICE. Donna R. Bryan, Jackie Bean, Jayne Perkins, Pearl Dyer, 
Kathie Adams, Vicki Stuart. 




OFFICE OF DEVELOPMENT, [front) Larry Wells, Luran Flowers, Melissa Taylor, 
Julia Bounds, Susan Womack, (middle) Don Ray, Kay Barksdale, Kathleen 
O'Neal, Judy Oglesby, Lucy Molinaro, Ale.x Woods, Holly Wagner, {back) Chris 
Call, Doris Blackwood, Theresa Tucker, Linda Montgomery, Bonnie McCain. 




FOOD SERVICE, (front) Olivia White-Lowe, Johnny Williams, Julia Husbands, 
Jeannette Blackmon, Lillie Johnnie, Lu Johnson, Steve King, (middle) Delories 
Johnson, Mattie Lyle, Hope Edwards, Lucy Johnson, Thelma Long, Jannette Lee, 
Felicia Graves, (back) Napoleon Ervin, Gloria Griklin, Noroman Buste, James 
Griffin, Robert Singleton. 



STAFF I PEOPLE I 89 



Dr. Sarah Armstrong 

Associate Professor of Biology- 

Dr. Teresa R. Arrington 

Adjunct Professor ofMoiierti Lniiguages 

Mr. Collin Asmus 

Assistant Professor of Art 

Dr. R.A. Berry 

Professor of Chemistry 

Dr. George Bey 

Associate Professor of Anthropolog\ 



Dr. Allen Bishop Jr. 

Professor of Chemistry and Computer Studies 

Dr. BiU Brister 

Assistant Professor of Finance 

Dr. Carl C. Brooking 

Prof, of Economics and Quantitative Management 

Mr. Chris Brunt 

Assistant Professor ofSluiic 

Ms. Gail Buzhardt 

Adjunct Professor of Modern Languages 



Dr. Connie Campbell 

Asst. Prof, of Mathematics, Department Chair 

Dr. Claudine Chadeyras 

Assistant Professor of French 

Dr. Timothy Coker 

Chair of Perfonning .Arts Department 

Dr. Joan Cotter 

Assistant Professor of Modem Languages 

Ms. Gayla Dance 

Assistant F^ofessor of Mathematics 



Dr. Priscilla Fermon 

Associate Professor of French 

Dr. Jeanne Forsythe 

Department of Education Chair 

Dr. Catherine R. Freis 

I^of. of Classical Studies, Dir. of Core Curriculum 

Mr. Morgan Gadd 

Assistant F^ofessor of Performing .Arts 

Mr. Stan Galicki 

Instructor of Geology 



Dr. Del Gann 

Associate Professor of Geology 

Dr. Laura Grillo 

Assistant Professor of Religious Studies 

Mrs. Michele Guyer 

Associate Librarian for Public Senices 

Dr. James Harris 

Assistant Professor of Geology 

Dr. Diana Heise 

Assistant Professor of Psychology 



Dr. Dick Highfill 

Associate Professor of Biology 

Mrs. Chrissy Hrivnak 

Voice Instructor in Dept. of Performing .Arts 

Dr. Clark Hultquist 

Visiting Assistant Professor of History 

Mrs. Mary Louise Jones 

Adjunct Professor of Core Curriculum 

Dr. Robert J. Kahn 

Associate Professor of Modem Languages 



Dr. Robert H. King 

Vice President and Dean of the College 

Mr. Edward Kownslar 

Special Senices Librarian 

Mr. WUliam B. Lambw 

Assistant Professor of Else School of Management 

Brent W. Lefavor 

Associate Professor of Theatre 

Dr. Debora Mann 

Assistant Professor of Biology 




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Mr. R.W. McCarley 

Asst. Prof, of Mathematics and Computer Studies 
Dr. John McCarty 

Assitaiit Professor of Education 



Dr. Robert S. McElvaine 

Professor ofHiston,' 

Dr. Sarah Lea McGuire 

Assistant Professor of Biology 



Mrs. Georgia Miller 

Instructor of Matlienuitics 
Dr. Greg Miller 

Chair ofEnglisli Department 



Lucy Webb Milisaps 

Associate Professor of Art 
Ms. Elizabeth Moak 

Assistant Professor of Performing Arts 



Dr. Charles H. Moore 

Associate Professor of Political Science 
Dr. Walter P. Neely 

Professor of Finance 



Dr. Nash Noble 

Adjunct Professor of Music 
Dr. Lenora Olivia 

Assistant Professor of Classics 



Dr. Iren Omo-Bare 

Assistant Professor of Political Science 
Dr. Juflith Page 

Prof of English, Assoc. Dean of Arts and Letters 



FACULTY PEOPLE I 91 



Mr. Jim Parks 

Associate Professor, Ubrariaii 
Dr. Penelope Prenshaw 

Assistant Professor of ESOM-Marketin^ 



Dr. Robert Quinn 

Assoc. Prof, of Spanish, Mod. Lang. Dept. Chair 
Dr. Felicity Ratte 

Assistant Professor of Art 



Ms. Darby Ray 

Assistant Professor of Religious Studies 
Dr. Andrew V. Royappa 

Assistant Professor of Computer Studies 



Dr. Harrylyn Sallis 

Dean for Adult Learning 
Dr. W. Charles Sallis 

Professor of History 



Mr. John Sandstrum 

Acquisitions Librarian, Assistant Professor 
Dr. Steve Smith 

Professor of Philosopliy and Religious Studies 



Dr. Sharon Stephenson 

Assistant Professor of Physics 
Dr. Edmond Venator 

Professor of Psychology' 



Dr. Timothy Ward 

Assistant Professor of Chemistry 
Mr. Sanford Warren 

Instructor of Accounting 





Teachers often took their 
classes outside on pretty 
days. Dr. Galchinsky's 
students stay focused 
outside as they enjoy the 
different surroundings. 



Dr. Robert Kahn teaches 
his class the fundamentals 
of Spanish grammar while 
keeping them entertained 
with his humorous smiles 
and jokes. 



Business world 

Dr. Peter Ward and 
Dr. Susan Taylor make 
their way to Murrah 
Hall, home of the 
business professors. 





poetry 



Professors did not just teach in 
the classroom. Professor Cain 
attended a "Passages, Poetry, 
and Pastries" night and shared 
a favorite selection. 





Vvith honors 



The Lambda Chi Alpha/ 
Howard Bavender 
Outstanding Professor 
Award went to Dr. Robert 
McElvaine for his work as 
a professor of history. 




Dr. Johnnie-Marie Whitfield 

Assistant Professor of Chemistry 
Ms. Lisa Whitney 
Assistant Professor of English 
Dr. Jerry Whitt 
Professor of Management 
Dr. Darren Wick 
Assistant Professor of Matlwmatics 
Dr. Sanford Zaie 
Assistant Professor of History 



faculty not pictured 



Dr. Ajay Aggarwal 

Assistant Professor ofESOM-MIS & QM 

Dr. Theodore Ammon 

Associate Professor of PItilosophy 

Ms. Nancy Batson 

Adjunct Professor 

Dr. Jim Baugh 

Adjunct Professor 

Dr. Jesse Beeler 

Assistant Professor of ESOM-Accounting 

Mrs. Yolanda Bernard 

Special Senices Librarian 

Dr. Stephen Black 

Associate Professor of Psychology 

Dr. Nancy Bledsoe 

Assistant Professor of Accounting 

Dr. Kristen Brown 

Assistant Professor of Philosophy 

Dr. C. Eugene Cain 

Professor of Chemistry 

Mrs. Cheryl Coker 

Assistant Professor of Music 

Ms. Frances Coker 

Associate Professor of Sociology 

Dr. David Culpepper 

Assoc. Prof ofAcct., Cook Chair of Bus. Ad. 

Ms. Lucia Da Silveira 

histnictor of Spanish 

Dr. David C. Davis 

Assoc. Prof of History, Dir. of Heritage Program 

Ms. Anita Dottes 

Adjunct Professor 

Dr. George H. Ezell 

Professor of Chemistry 

Dr. Teresa Faherty 

Assistant Professor of English 

Mr. Roland Freeman 

Eudora Welty Professor 

Dr. Michael Galchinsky 

Assistant Professor of English 

Ms. Paula Garrett 

histnictor and Advisor for Adult Degree Program 



Dr. Michael Gleason 

Assistant Professor of Classics 

Ms. Martha Goss 

Asst. Professor of Mathematics 

Dr. Ray Grubbs 

Professor of Management 

Ms. Patricia Hoban-Moore 

Adjunct Professor 

Ms. Helen Kay Holloway 

Adjunct Professor 

Mr. David Keary 

Adjunct Professor 

Dr. Asif Khandker 

Associate Professor of Physics 

Dr. Judith Krabbe 

Adjunct Professor 

Dr. Carolee Larsen 

Assistant Professor of Sociology 

Mr. James Lauro 

Adjunct Professor 

Mr. James Lindsey 

Adjunct Professor 

Mr. Wayne Linehan 

Adjunct Professor 

Mr. Mark Lynch 

Associate Professor of Mathematics 

Ms. Anne MacMaster 

Assistant Professor of English 

Dr. Suzanne Marrs 

Professor of English 

Dr. James McKeown 

Professor of Biology 

Dr. Michael H. Mitias 

Professor of Philosophy 

Mr. Thomas Morrison 

Adjunct Professor 

Mr. Bob Nevins 

Associate Professor of Biology 

Dr. Hugh Parker 

Prof of Accounting, Dean ofESOM 

Mr. Raymond Phelps 

Associate Professor of Marketing 



Mr. Jimmie Purser 

Professor of Chemistry and Computer Studies 

Ms. Patsy Ricks 

Adjunct Professor 

Ms. Sudha Royappa 

Adjunct Professor 

Mrs. Renee Taylor Sandstrum 

Assistant Professor, Librarian 

Dr. Connie Schimmel 

Associate Professor of Education 

Dr. Ed Schrader 

Assoc. Prof of Geology, Assoc. Dean, Div. ofSci. 

Dr. Briton Shell 

Adjunct Professor 

Dr. Robert Shive 

Professor of Mathematics and Computer Studies 

Dr. Elise Smith 

Associate Professor of Art History 

Mr. Daniel Spitzer 

Adjunct Professor 

Ms. Tracy Sullivan 

Instructor of Mathematics 

Dr. Jonathan Svtreat 

Professor of Music 

Dr. Patrick Taylor 

Associate Professor of Economics 

Dr. Susan Taylor 

Associate Professor of Economics 

Dr. Ming Tsui 

Assistant Professor of Sociology 

Mr. James Turner 

Adjunct Professor 

Dr. Marlys Vaughn 

Professor of Education 

Mr. Peter Ward 

H.F. McCarty Professor of Business Law 

Dr. Austin Wilson 

Associate Professor of English 



FACULTY i PEOPLE I 93 



Ashley Abate, Jr. 
Charles Abbott, So. 
Rebecca Abbott, Fr. 

Gray Adams, Sr. 

Erica Adkins, Fr. 
Lindsay Akers, Fr. 



Susan Alford, Fr. 

Allison Almon, Jr. 

Elizabeth Anderson, Jr. 

Nazek K. Arab, So. 

Beau Arceneau.x, Sr. 

Sarah Armstrong, Fr. 



Stacey Arnett, Fr. 

AUana Austin, Sr. 

Elizabeth Austin, Sr. 

Halley Austin, Sr. 

Peter Austin, Sr. 

Laura Autry, Jr. 



Angle Avent, Jr. 

Neill Ayres, Jr. 
Nicole Badon, Fr. 
K. Gwen Baer, So. 

Amy Baler, Sr. 
Allison Bailey, Jr. 



Amy Balducci, Sr. 

Amy Ball, Sr. 

Brad Ball, Sr. 

Ken Ball, Sr. 

Tanya Ball, Fr. 

Michael Barham, Jr. 



Kathryn-Meloan Barrett, Fr. 

Stephanie Barrett, Jr. 

Randy Bass, So. 

Wesley Baston, Fr. 

Brandon Baxter, Fr. 

Hugh Baxter, Fr. 



Will Beard, So. 

Andy Beauchamp, Jr. 

Jared Becker, Fr. 

Summer Beech, Fr. 

Cameron Bell, Fr. 

Bradley Bennett, Fr. 




Deli bar 

George Crook builds a 
sandwich on Mardi 
Gras Day in the caf. 




• Baked Lays 

• Krispy Kremes 

• Microwave popcorn 

• Zapp's Cajun Crawtaters 

• Animal cookies 

• Pop tarts 



Bagels 




What v/as your 
favorite cafeteria 
food? 

"My favorite thing in the 
caf was fried chicken and 
mashed potatoes because 
it reminded me of eating 
at my grandma's house." 
-Chris Cockrell 



computing 

Personal computers made 
working in the room much 
easier when computer labs 
were crowded or closed. 
Willem Bermel works on a 
project in Word Perfect. 



Traditio\s 



POTPOCiRRI 




Freshman Chad Miller 
finds some time for 
studying in his room in 
Galloway. 




Brittany Benoit, Fr. 
Michael Bentley, Fr. 
Terri Benton, Jr. 



Seth Berman, Sr. 
Willem Bermel, Sr. 
^ Brian Berryhill, So. 



Brian Berthiaume, Fr. 
Mark Best, Fr. 
Meethune Bhowmick, Fr. 



Walter Biggins, So. 

Alex Black, Fr. 

Mary Katherine Black, So. 



Byron Blackwell, Fr. 
Adam Blanks, Fr. 
Cindy Bloss, So. 



Paul Boackle, Sr. 
Michael Boerner, Jr. 
Mary Boothe, Sr. 



Steven Bowers, Jr. 
Brian Boyd, Jr. 
Jimmy Boyd, Jr. 



ABATE - BOYD PEOPLE 95 



Katy Boykin, Fr. 

Ryan Brach, So. 

Brennan Branch, Jr. 



Jay Branch, So. 

Sabrina Brantley, So. 

Leigh Brasuell, Fr. 



Katye Bratton, So. 
Lisa Bratton, Sr. 
Amy Brazda, Fr. 



Greg Brenan, Fr. 

Reggie Bridges, Fr. 

Lucy Brinson, Jr. 



Amelia Brown, Jr. 

Andy Brown, Sr. 

Brooks Brown, So. 



Elizabeth Brown, Sr. 

Jennifer Brown, So. 

Nikki Brown, So. 



Morgan Browne, Sr. 

Stan Brownell, Fr. 

Barbara Broyles, Sr. 





D. Bryant, Fr. 
Hayes Bryant, Fr. 
Erika Buford, Jr. 
Allen Burke, Jr. 
Mike Burkett, Sr. 
Ginger Burns, Jr. 



Richard Burtt II, So. 
Adrian Butler, Fr. 
Nathan Byrd, So. 
Shelly Byrd, Fr. 
Kate Calvert, Jr. 
Elana Campagna, Fr. 



Coid Campbell, Fr. 
Bre Cantrell, Fr. 
Candace Carlisle, Fr. 
Chamberlan Carothers, Fr. 
Allison Carr, Sr. 
Matthew Carroccio, Fr. 



Brett Carter, Fr. 
Rachel Carter, Fr. 
Rob Carter, Fr. 
Sarah Casey, Fr. 
Joey Castille, Fr. 
Jason Catlin, So. 



Bryant Chaffin, Jr. 
David Chambers, Fr. 
LeAnna Chambers, Fr. 
Sophia Chandak, Fr. 
Benjamin Chandler, So. 
Creighton Chandler III, Fr. 



Tara Chase, So. 
Melissa Clark, Fr. 
Robin Clark, Jr. 
Elizabeth Clauer, Fr. 
Amy Clifton, Fr. 
Chris Cockrell, So. 



Brant Cole, Fr. 
Jane Collins, So. 
Soria Colomer, Jr. 
Joseph Conwill, So. 
Amanda Cook, Jr. 
Rachel Cook, Fr. 



BOYKIN - COOK ' PEOPLE 97 



Bryan Couvillion, Fr 

Ann Jane Cox, So 

Brandy Craft, Jr 

Emile Craig, So 

Jennifer Crawford, Jr 

Kenneth Crawley II, Fr 



Adele Crochet, Fr 

Aimee Cronan, Fr 

Jennifer Culpepper, Sr 

Don Cumbest, Jr 

Kathleen Cumbest, Fr 

Ellen Czaika, Jr 



Dugue Daigle, Sr. 

Tamara Dales, Fr. 

Carl Daniel, Fr. 

Adele Dauphin, Fr. 

Brian Davis, Fr. 

Jean Davis, Fr. 



Lee Davis, Jr 

Marvin Davis, Jr 

Micah Davis, Fr 

Marin Dawson, Fr 

Orlando Dawson, Fr 

Ford Day, Jr 



Jonathan Dear, Fr 

Latanishia Dees, Jr 

Lydia Denley, Fr 

Caroline B. Dill, Jr 

Jessica Dill, Fr 

Jeremy Dobay, Jr 



Betsy Dorough, Jr. 

Ashley Doughty, So. 

Liz Dubuisson, Fr. 

Joe DuMontier, Fr. 

Alison Duncan, So. 

Josh Dupont, Fr. 



Jason Durel, So 

Charles Duval 11, Jr 

Danielle Eddy, Fr 

Amber Edwards, Jr 

Wendy Edwards, Fr 

Caroline Ellender, Jr 





Down and Dirty 

Heidi Hudlow and 
Molly Alton get help 
from Todd Reeves at 
the Major Madness 
tug-of-war. 



. ide that train 



The Quad City DJ's played 
in Olin Circle on the Friday 
before Easter. 
Other favorite groups; 

• 311 

• The Wallflowers 

• Spice Girls 

• Garbage 

• The Cardigans 

• Cowboy Mouth 




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just joking 

Sophomore Kate England 
hangs out on the playground 
toys behind Bacot on 
freshman move-in day. 




I^llit 



bt do you think 
about Surge, the 
new drink from 
Coco -Cola? 

"It keeps you awake so 
you can party longer." 

-Bradley Bennett 



Sarah Richie and Bur 
Brunson goof off at the 
Quad City DJ's concen. 




Erin EUis, Fr. 
Kate England, So. 
Ben Everett, St. 



Kathryn Fade, Fr. 
Betsy Farrell, Fr. 
Katv Farrell, Sr. 



Brad Farris, Fr. 
Susan Feldman, Sr. 
Ellen Ferrell, Sr. 



Robin Finelli, Fr. 
Chris Fisher, Sr. 
Shana Fondren, Sr. 



Mike Fontaine, Jr. 
Sarah Fontenelle, Fr. 
Corey Ford, Fr. 



Dudley Ford, Sr. 
Bridget Foss, Fr. 
Erica France, Fr. 



Nan Frascogna, Sr. 
Brian French, Fr. 
Junko Fukuma, Sr. 



COUVILLION - FUKUMA i PEOPLE [ 99 



Desmond Funchess, Jr. 
Lauren Gardes, Fr. 
Chad Gardner, So. 



Sadie Gardner, Fr. WF ^. ^ 

Zachary Gates, Fr. M- 

Laura Gerhauser, So. "fl 



Daniel Gibbons, Fr. 

Corbett Gibson, Fr. 

Jay Gibson, Jr. 



Tobias Gibson, Jr. 
Natalie Gilbert, Sr. 
Tripp Gillespie, Sr. 



Clare Gillette, Fr. 

Elizabeth Giovingo, So. 

Kirk Gipson, Fr. 



Summer Godfrey, So. 
Clayton Goff, So. 
John Gomez, Fr. 



Shawn Goodwin, Sr. 

Christine Gorton, Sr. 

Sean Grace, Sr. 





Brenda Green, Sr. 
Cheryl Green, So. 
David Greer, Fr. 
Lakeysha Greer, Sr. 
Nicholas Gristina, So. 
Allison Grubbs, Jr. 



Reni Guidry, Fr. 
Catherine Hall, Fr. 
Brian Hamilton, So. 
Stacy Hammons, Sr. 
Amanda Hancock, So. 
loshua Hanes, Fr. 



Jamie Hanry, Sr. 
Ashley Hansford, Sr. 
Jana Hargrave, Fr. 
Jynger Harper, Fr. 
Tracy Harper, Fr. 
Baker Harrell, So. 



Elise Harrell, Sr. 
Frank Harrington Jr., Fr. 
April Harris, Jr. 
Jamie Harris, So. 
Charlotte Harrison, Jr. 
Joseph Harrison, Jr. 



Brent Harrolle, Fr. 
Phil Hartness, Sr. 
Magruder Hazlip, So. 
Christopher Heit, Sr. 
Kathy Helffrich, Fr. 
Matt Helms, So. 



Karen Hemphill, Jr. 
Matthew Henry, Sr. 
Eric Herrington, Sr. 
Ann Heslin, So. 
Mike Highfill, Jr. 
Rebecca Hill, Fr. 



Mary Beth Hime, Fr. 
Brandi Hinton, Fr. 
Michael Hixson, Sr. 
Paul Holland, So. 
Michael HoUey, Fr. 
Bridget HoUis, So. 



FUNCHESS - HOLLIS PEOPLE | 101 



Janice Holman, Sr. 

Amanda Hooker, Fr. 

Steven Hooks, Fr. 

Bronwen Houston, Fr. 

Theresa Hubiak, So. 

Heidi Hudlow, Jr. 



Ashley Huff, Fr. 

Marilyn Humphrey, Sr. 

Shannon Husband, So. 

Tresslar Hydinger, So. 

Wesley Ingram, Jr. 

Mina Irby, Fr. 



Jermaine Ivy, Fr 

Tom Jacks, Fr, 

Jessica Janisch, Fr 

Ben Jeffcoat, Jr 

Steven Johns, Jr 

Ashley Johnson, Sr 



Authur Johnson, Sr 

Bethany Johnson, Fr 

Christina Johnson, Fr 

Kim Johnson, Fr. 

Lee Ann Johnson, Jr 

Lee Scott Johnson, Jr. 



Patrick Johnston, Jr. 

Jason Jolly, Jr. 

Christy Jones, Fr. 

Jennifer Jones, So. 

Lakeisha Jones, Jr. 

Melissa Jones, Sr. 



Thomas Jones II, Jr 

Tiffany Jones, Fr, 

Jessica Jowers, Jr 

Kelly Justice, So 

Robert Justice, Jr. 

Kaori Kawarazuka, Sr 



Takeshi Kawarazuka, Sr. 

Erin Keller, Fr. 

Jenny Kellum, So. 

Valerie Kilgore, Jr. 

Sang-il Kim, Fr. 

Arthur Allen King, Sr. 





_L,ate night food 

Food runs from the donn 
around 10 or 1 1 pm were 
common: 

• Domino's 

• Wendy's 

• Waffle House 

• Krispy Kreme 

• Taco Bell 

• Krystal 




PIZZA BREAK 

Allison Tays and 
Philip McDermott take 
a break from studying 
to go to the SAE pizza 
night, raising money 
for the Children's 
Cancer Clinic. 



Waiting in line 

Mary Beth Hime and 
Lena Palmer attend 
the annual CMT ice 
cream social during 
freshman orientation. 



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quick pick 

Beth Bansbach and April 
McGreger draw a lottery 
number tot a dotm room as 
Amanda Ronk awaits her turn. 




Chris Johnson unpacks a 
trunk of belongings, trying 
to make her room in 
Franklin feel more like 
home. 




Erin Kinzeler, Fr. 
Alan Kirk, Fr. 
Andrea Klevan, Fr. 



Kevin Koeninger, Sr. 
Janine Lacallade, Fr. 
Susan Lacouture, Fr. 



Andre Lagarde, Fr. 
Joseph Lambert, Fr. 
Angie Lang, Jr. 



Gene Lang, Sr. 
Bill Law, Ft. 
Baker Lawley, Jr. 



Kirk Lawrence, So. 
Christina LeBlanc, Fr. 
Kyla Leleux, So. 



Rasa Lemmond, So. 
Misty Leon, So. 
David Lestage, So. 



Kelly Lewis, Fr. 
Larry Libert, Fr. 
Bart Liles, So. 



HOLMAN-LILES PEOPLE ! 103 



Artice Lilly, Fr. 

Brad Litkenhous, So. 

Martha Littrell, Sr. 



Lauren Long, Sr. 
Logan Long, So. 
Heather Lott, Sr. 



Adriane Louie, Jr. 

John Lowery, Jr. 

Vanh Luangphakdy, So. 



DeAnna Lucas, Fr. 

George Lumm, Fr. 

Brad Madden, Sr. 



Rusti Maddox, Fr. 

Melissa Magann, Fr. 

Jill Magargee, So. 



Charlie Malouf, Sr. 

Lauren Mancini, Sr. 

Leslie Manuel, Fr. 



Susan Mareno, Fr. 
Doniell Marse, Sr. 
Jeanne Martin, Fr. 





Bernard Mathernejr., So. 
Ryo Matsuoka, So. 
Allison McCabe, Fr. 
Michael McCall, Fr. 
Jim McClain, Fr. 
Lauri McCormick, Jr. 



Michael McCown, So. 
Currey McDaniel, So. 
Phillip McDermott, Sr. 
Sarah McElhinney, Fr. 
Ginger McElwee, So. 
April McGreger, So. 



Katharine McKee, So. 
Christopher McLean, Jr. 
Jason McManus, So. 
Chrissie McMullan, Fr. 
Austin McMuUen, Sr. 
Chris McNeal, Sr. 



Sarah McNeil, Fr. 
Mar)' Meadows, So. 
Sean Meadows, Jr. 
Brian Means, So. 
Tai Melcher, So. 
Britt Mendoza, So. 



Joy Metcalf, Fr. 
Carey Miller, Fr. 
Chad Miller, Fr. 
Jennifer Miller, Sr. 
Matthew Miller, Fr. 
Stephanie Miller, Fr. 



Molly Mitchell, So. 
Ryuta Miyamoto, So. 
David Moffett, Fr. 
Anna Kathryn 

Monteith, Sr. 
Heather Moore, Jr. 
Laura Moore, Jr. 



Michelle Moore, Fr. 
Miranda Moore, Fr. 
Dana Morgan, Fr. 
Monica Morrison, Fr. 
Chris Mosley, Sr. 
Jennifer Mosley, Sr. 



LILLY -MOSLEY PEOPLE 105 



Michelle Moss, Sr. 

Catherine Mouton, So. 

Charlie Mozingo, Jr. 

Megan Mulloy, Sr. 

John Myers, Sr 

Aogu Namihira, Fr. 



Eric Napier, Fr. 

Carrie Nash, Sr. 

Eric Navarre, Sr. 

Andrew Neely, Fr. 

Clay Nelson, Fr. 

Michael Nelson, Fr. 



Chris Newman, Sr. 
Clint Newsom, Fr. 

An Nguyen, Sr. 
Rudolph Nieto, Fr. 

Kim Niolet, So. 

Trace Noble, Sr. 



Rosanne Nunnery, Jr. 

Meg O'Beirne, Fr. 

Andrew O'Dell, Fr. 

Amanda O'Kelly, Sr. 

Erin O'Neal, Fr. 

Gina Occhipinti, Fr. 



Efe Okhomina, Fr 

Michael Oles 111, Fr, 

Rhonda Oliver, Fr. 

Serena Oliver, Fr 

Amy Osborn, So. 

Stephen Oseman, Jr. 



Martha Ostenrude, Fr. 

Tanya Oswald, Jr. 

Tyler Owen, So. 

Meredith Ozier, Sr. 

Kimberly Pace, So. 

Mickey Paduda, So. 



Lena Palmer, Fr 

Nital Patel, So. 

Jay Paulson, Fr. 

Crissy Paxton, Fr. 

Erica Pedersen, So. 

Betsy Perkins, Fr. 





Fun in the sun 

Kelly Bradshaw and 
Chris Mims enjoy Dr. 
Galchinsky's class 
outdoors on a sunny 
spring day. 



jPavorite books 

• Airframe - Michael 
Crichton 

• The Partner ■ John 
Grishain 

• Tiie Sunivor - Dean 
Koontz 

• Desperation - Steven 
King 

• The Ranch - Vaniei 
Steele 



What ^vas your 
favorite TV show? 

"My favorite show was 
definitely ER. Although 
I'm a business major, 
Carter is cute enough to 
make me consider going 
pre-med." 

-Adele Dauphin 



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Bert Austin thinks backstage 
about singing "Rocky 
Raccoon," the song he was 
going to perform at the Major 
Madness talent show. 





Scott Vickers sits out in his 
usual place in the Bowl. 
Many people had favorite 
spots where they could be 
seen everyday. 




Joshua Perkins, St. 
Tracy Perry, So. 
Jonathan Peyton, So. 



Brian Phillips, Fr. 
Elizabeth Phillips, Fr. 
Josh Phillips, Jr. 



Dana Pierce, Jr. 
Michael Pizzolatto, Fr. 
Beau Pollard, So. 



Brian Ponder, Sr. 
Jason Powers, St. 
Kate Powers, So. 



Emily Prejean, Sr. 
Mike Prejean, Sr. 
Sandi PuUen, Fr. 



Amy Purser, Sr. 
Brian Quinn, Fr. 
Mary Ahce Rambin, Jr. 



Amy Randazzo, So. 
Candice Rawls, So. 
Michael Ray, Jr. 



MOSS - RAY ' PEOPLE I 107 



Stephanie Ray, Fr. 

Harry Rayburn, Jr. 

Kevin Redmann, So. 



Angela Reed, Sr. 

Ashley Reed, So. 

Jeremy Reynolds, So. 



Stacy Reynolds, Ft. 

Hany Rezk, Jr. 

Mia Rhymes, Fr. 



Gordon Richardson, Jr. 
Sarah Richie, So. 
Sarah Ridgley, Fr. 



Elise Rinta, So. 

Kathleen Robbins, Jr. 

Anne Roberson, Fr. 



Erin Roberts, Fr. 

Katie Roberts, Jr. 

Christina Robertson, Jr. 



Christopher Robertson, Fr. 

Dana Roe, Sr. 

Jennifer Rogers, So. 




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Luangphakdy make 
the usual hike to the 
cafeteria. 



JL op movies 

• Scream 

• Billy Madison 

• Star Wars 

• Jerry Maguire 

• Liar Liar 

• Four Rooms 

• Nutty Professor 

• Romeo and Juliet 





lab work 

Like many students, Melinda 
Mills spends a late night in the 
computer lab trying to finish 
her assignment. 



Ho^ did you get 
people to sign cords 
for the DJ contest? 

"We announced free 
donuts and cokes in the 
grille which was soon 
packed with people who 
filled out almost 62.000 
cards." 

-Michael Barham, 
n-ith Jeff Wilson 



Nicole Sylvester and Elana 
Campagna stand outside 
Franklin on move-in day, 
taking it easy because the 
volleyball players had moved 
in several days earlier. 




Shannon Rogers, Sr. 
Amanda Ronk, Fr. 
Missy Rose, Fr. 
Lisa Rota, Jr. 
Rusty Rountree, Sr. 
Stacv Roussel, Fr. 



Jason Ruggles, Jr. 
John Russell, Fr. 
Nathan Russell, Fr. 
Mark Salvaggio, Fr. 
Bradley Sanders, So. 
Bridgett Sanders, Fr. 



Jennifer Sanders, Jr. 
Tricia Sanford, So. 
Margus Sarglepp, So. 
.Amanda Sartin, Fr. 
Mariko Sasuga, So. 
Yasuko Sawase, Jr. 



Erica Scarbrough, Fr. 
[laniel Scearce, Sr. 
Robin Schambach, So. 
Mandy Scherer, Fr. 
Melanie Schrader, Fr. 
.Amanda Schrantz, Fr. 



William Schroeder, So. 
Julie Schumacher, Fr. 
Taylor Schwalenberg, Fr. 
Steven Scott, Fr. 
Lindsey Scruggs, Jr. 
Hudson Segrest, So. 



Marshall Selvidge, Fr. 
Sunny Sethi, Fr. 
Christina L. Seto, Jr. 
Patrick Sharp, Fr. 
Jan Shearer, So. 
Katie Sheehan, So. 



Claire Shepard, Sr. 
Misty Sheppard, Fr. 
Amber Shippee, Sr. 
Steve Shirley, Fr. 
Molly Shorter, Jr. 
Jessica Sigur, Jr. 



RAY - SIGUR ' PEOPLE ' 109 



Jennifer Simmons, Sr. 

Brit Simon, Fr. 

Ben Skipper, Sr. 

Wes Slay, Fr. 

Nancy Sloan, Jr. 

Lane Smiley, Sr, 



Alexia Smith, So. 

Catherine Smith, Fr. 

Kelly Smith, Fr. 

Marc Smith, So. 

Oreathia C. Smith, So. 

Chris Sneider, So. 



Kuldip Sood, Jr. 

Preeti Sood, Fr. 

Chris Stage, Sr. 

Lauren Stamps, So. 

Bill Stegall, Fr. 

Melissa Sterling, So. 



Kandi Stevens, Fr. 

Taryn Stewart, Fr. 

Alisha Stockton, Fr. 

Jami Stokes, Jr. 

John Strickland Jr., Fr. 

Amanda Stringfellow, Fr. 



Shantelle Suane, Fr. 

John Suggs, Fr. 

Heather Sullivan, Fr. 

Ashley Sulser, So. 

Helen Summerford, Jr. 

Katie Sutherland, So. 



Claire Sutton, Sr. 

Charlie Swearingen, So. 

Christy Sylvan, Sr. 

Nicole Sylvester, Fr. 

Hoofar Tabari, Fr. 

Kutenia A. Tate, Sr. 



Ann Taylor, Jr 

Holly Taylor, Jr 

Kim Temple, Jr 

Brett Theiss, Sr, 

Jessica Thomas, So 

John Thomas, Sr 





Last Minute 



Running up the steps 
in Murrah to a 
professor's office to 
turn in a paper before 
the deadline was a 
common experience. 



Oenior expenses 

Brian Steelman looks at a 
catalog of class rings, one 
of many expenses for 
seniors: 

• Invitations 

• Graduate school exams 

• Graduate school 
application fees 

• Bribes for teachers 

• Diploma and cap and 
gown fee 





passages 

Tar)'n Stewan reads an excerpt 
from a book at a Passages, 
Poetry, and Pastries night in 
the Rogers Room. 



Welcome Home 

RA's Mary Katherine 

Black, Stephanie Fanguy •»" - 

and Jerma Spears 

welcome freshmen to ^^ 

Franklin dorm. 





Kenneth Thomas, Jr. 
Brian Thompson, Fr. 
James Thompson, Fr. 



Paul Thompson, Jr. 
Carrie Thune, Fr. 
Vivian Tjeng, Fr. 



Jarred Tolar, Fr. 
Reagan Toiedano, Fr. 
David Touchstone, Jr. 



Alice Trask, Jr. 
Marty Troupe, Sr. 
Nobuyuki Tsuchiya, So. 



Lawrence Tucker, Sr. 
Uvon Tucker, Fr. 
April Turner, Jr. 



Suzi Turner, Fr. 

Amy E. Turnipseed, So. 

Tiffany Turpin, Jr. 



Betsy Vandiver, So. 
Mar>' Emily Van Uden, Fr. 
Brian Vaught, M.B.A. 



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Michael Wade, Fr. 

Mary Clay Wadlington, Fr. 

Suzanne Wahrle, So. 



Brandi Walker, Fr. 
Dan Walker, So. 
Kerri Walker, Fr. 



Joy Wallace, Fr. 
Leah Wallin, So. 
Kelly Walsh, Fr. 



Tyler Walton, So. 

Julie Wang, Fr. 

Aimee Wardlaw, Fr. 



Elizabeth Warren, Sr. 

Stacy Warren, So. 

Todd Warren, M.B.A. 



Elizabeth Warriner, So. 
Carla Webb, Sr. 
Erin Webre, So. 



Therese Weir, So. 
Amy White, Fr. 
Doug White, Sr. 




Sit back, relax 

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newspaper in the 
library to find out 
about the world 
outside of Millsaps. 



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study after dinner late one 
afternoon I'ust before 
exams. It was a popular 
study place during finals. 




Rhonda White, So. 
Lindsay Whitfield, Fr. 
Angie Whittington, Sr. 
Julie Whittington, Sr. 
Candice Widen, Fr. 
Emilie Wien, So. 



Will Wikle, Fr. 
Lindsey Wilkerson, Fr. 
Kristy Wilkinson, Jr. 
Brian Williams, Jr. 
Simeon Avery 

Williford, So. 
Jeff Wilson, Sr. 



Thomas Wintz III, Fr. 
Deanna Wise, Fr. 
Dennis Wong, Jr. 
Amanda Wood, Jr. 
Erica Woodall, So. 
Kellie Woodling, Fr. 



Calvin Woodruff, Fr. 
Jacob Woodward, So. 
Peyton Worley, So. 
Ethan Worthington, Jr. 
Yoshinori Yamada, Jr. 
Stephanie Yasinski, So. 



Hideki Yasumoto, Jr. 
Rebecca Yeager, Fr. 
Chad Young, Fr. 
Elizabeth Young, Sr. 
Sarah Young, Fr. 
Stephanie Zeber, Sr. 



In Memory of Thomas Wintz III 1978-1997 

Thomas came into our office during the Spring semester and really had an impact from the 

start. You could tell that he had great work ethic and that he loved life and Millsaps. 

Thomas was a dedicated athlete (cross-country) and his service and faith were steadfast. 

His life, though short, touched the hearts of many. He will be greatly missed. 

-David Sneed, Dean of Student Affairs 



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Kutenia Tate, President Erika 

Buford, Secretary LaKeysha 

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Rachel Carter, Mia Rhymes, 

Brandi Walker, (not pictured: 

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TRADITIONS 

Motto: By culture and by merit. Colors: Salmon pink 
& Apple green. Mascots: Frog & mouse. Founder's 
Day: January 15, 1908. Advisors: Olivia Lee, 
Theresa King. 



COMING OUT SHOW. Brandi Walker, Kutenia Tate 




HARVEY JOHNSON AAAYORAL 
CAMPAIGN: Rachel Carter, 
Shantelle Suane, Brandi Walker 
and Mia Rhymes 



PHILANTHROPIES 

Multicultural Festival; Relay for Life; Angel Tree 
Project; Senior Citizens' Week; Math & Science Awards 
Day at Brinkley Middle School. 



SOCIAL EVENTS 



Sisters' Night Out (Oct. 13); Christmas Party; "Coming 
Out" Show - 9:08 p.m. on April 28; Miss Black & Gold. 




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The buddy system ... 
Supreme ... Clueless ... 
Dancin' Machine ... 
Shirley Temple ... I better 
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Did you know that was 
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Excuse me, this is brown 
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have glasses ... Are they 
really gonna wear our 
stuff? . . . Look at those knees 
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hip ... Now think about 
what you did ... Are you 
going to a funeral or 
something? ... I know she 
didn't SKEE-WEE ... 
Organization ...This is my 
good leg ... How many do 
you think you deserve? ... 
"Lollipop, Lollipop" ... Your 
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(fronlj Treasurer Tara 

Chase, Vice President 

Helen Summerford, 

President Sally Clark, Rush 

Chair Caroline Dill, (back) 

Panhellenic Kate Powers, 

Personnel Choir Mary 

Kotherine Black, House 

Manager Gretl 

Zimmerman, Secretary 

Cora Thompson, Pledge 

Educator Cindy Bloss. 



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Lauren Long 




HALLOWEEN SWAP: (front) Rasa Lemmond, Sarah 
Fontenelle, Dianne Dyer, Shelley Bradley, fbackj Erin 
Keller, Elizabeth Dyer, Mary Helen Wall, Currey 
McDoniel. 




"FIGHT AGAINST BREAST CANCER": 5K Run/ 
Walk through Belhaven, Sept. 21 . 





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TRADITIONS 

Motto: Hellenic Culture & Christian Ideals. Colors: 
Cardinal & Straw. Mascot: Owl. Founder's Day: 
April 5. Faculty Advisor: Dr. Charles Sallis. 



PHILANTHROPIES 

Read-a-loud at Pecan Park Elementary; "Fight Against 
Breast Cancer" Run/Walk; Blood Drive; Santa Shoestring 
& Bunny Shoestring; Lounge-a-thon with Pike. 



SOCIAL EVENTS 



Fall Party: "Owl-o-ween" (Nov.l); Big Sis/Lil' Sis (Dec.4); 
Initiation (Feb. 5); Eleusinian Ball (April 11); Sisterhood 
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Morlena knows all!! ... 
Juskiin... SO MUCH!!... 
Fat guy in a little coat. . . 
Kate P.- watch out for the 
guard gate!. . . Bowl Run!! 
... Walking in the mall 




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the "L" word. . . I've never 
had so much fun in my 
entire life!!!. . . Wrestling 
at the Hampton. . . GDTU 
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Chi O train ... Mary Love's 
Mustache Man... Rodeo's 
during Rush Workshop... 
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things!. . . Help nne Obe- 
One, you're my only hope!! 



PSYCHO!!... Kate E. -Be 
careful climbing up van 
ladders!! ... Bonding at 
Bethany's ... Do you 
wanna play??. . . Amy 
Smith and her freshman ... 
You people make me 
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PHILANTHROPIES 

Children's Cancer Fund; Santa/Bunny Shoestring ; 
Tutoring at area elementary school; Midtown; Visiting 
Children's Cancer Clinic 



SOCIAL EVENTS 

Second Annual Family Weekend/Tailgate Party at 
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LaKimberly Gallager, President; 

Karena Payne, Treasurer; Oreothia 

Smith, Secretary; [back) Turkessa 

Irvin, Vice-President; Magaret 

Steele, Secondary Advisor; Alma 

Lester, Primary Adviser; Monica 

Allen, Seargent-at-Arms. 




RECEPTION. LaKimberly Gallager and 

Turkessa Irvin 





GALA. Monica Allen and Karena Payne 




DELTA SIGMA THETA 





TRADITIONS 

Colors: Crimson & Cream. Flower: Violet. Founder's 

Day: January 13, 1913. 



PHILANTHROPIES 

"We Love Our Parents" Charity Raffle; Midtown; 
Annual AIDS/STD Forum; Annual Black History Month 
Greek Show; Rho Tau Scholarship Fund (awarded to 
Oreathia C. Smith this year); Habitat for Humanity; . 



SOCIAL EVENTS 

Christmas Tea Party; J.U.G. Summer Party 



PAINTING AT BROWN 
ELEMENTARY. Oreathia 
Smith 




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KAPPA DELTA 
OFFICERS 

(front) Nancy Sloan, Vice 

President Membership: 

Mary Alice Ramblin, 

Secretary; Mary Largent. 

President; Katye Bratton, 

Vice President Pledge 

Education; Cbac/tjJennifer 

Rogers, Panhellenic; Mary 

Meadows. Vice President 

Standards; Carrie Boswell, 

Treasurer; Cassle 

Sheldon, Public Relations; 

Lindsay Akers, Assistant 

Treasurer 



AWAITING THE RUSHEES. 




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Lacallode, Catherine Mouton, Molly Mitchell, Brandy 
Craft, Brittany Benoit, and Amy Brazda. 



KAPPA DELTA 



TRADITIONS 

Motto: Ta Kala Diokomen. Colors: Olive Green & Pearl 
White. Mascot: Teddy Bear. Founder's Day: April 14. 
Faculty Advisor: Dr. T.W. Lewis. 




SHAMROCK GOLF 
TOURNAMENT. Priscilla 
Almond, Bethany Grantham, 
Molly Mitchell, and Heidi 
Hudlow. 



PHILANTHROPIES 

KD Fund for Children in Need; National Committee to 
Prevent Child Abuse; Children's Hospital in Richmond, VA; 
Shamrock Project; Baptist Children's Hospital in Jackson 



SOCIAL EVENTS 



KD/PKA See-Saw-a-thon (Nov.lO&ll); Fall Party 

(Nov. 17); Big Sis/Little Sis Day (Dec. 2); Valentine's Affair: 

"Love is a Battlefield" (Feb.9); White Rose Formal (March 22). 






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Katie, wanna dance in the 
shower? ...Amanda -April 
Fools! ... Cassis & Nancy, 
What's up with Control Z? 
... The Q-tip dipped in tar 
...The infamous, numerous 
Tinas ... Mustang Sally 




Getyourearoff the wall ... 
Call 911 ... Meg, are we 
overreacting? ... I had 
some pretzels with this ... 
Yeah! ... Turnip, is that 
your phone number on the 
table piece at the DB&L? 
... Beast of Burden 




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K.M.'s good-luck candy 
baskets ... Jessica, how 
about that drawer? ... 
Allison, there's a possum! 
...Gimpsquirrel ... Middle, 
but I'm not wearing any 
panty hose! ... Anybody 
seen Ashley? 



Prepare to blow your load 
.... N 2 Deep ... What 
happened to Mama? ... 
Hey now, revetahw ... 
How big through here on 
yourbustday?... Gimp Toe 





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PHI MU OFFICERS 

(front} Lauri McCormick, 

Membership Director; Kim 

Temple, Phi Mu Director; 

(backj Angie Long, 

Ponhellenic; Rebecca 

Abbott, Secretary; Adele 

Douphine, Treasurer; 

Tommy Harvey, Vice 

President; Amy Creel, 

President 



OREO-STACKING CONTEST AT 
MAJOR MADNESS: Amy Creel 
and Trocey Crawford. 





CANDY CANE SALE: Adele Dauphin 
and Lena Palmer. 




JAMAICA JAM PARTY: (back) Melissa 
Jones, Ann Heslin, Jill Margorgee, Kim 
Temple, Christina Robertson, Alison 
Duncan, (fronlj Amanda Wood, Erin 
Kinzeler 



PHI MU 



TRADITIONS 

Motto: Les Soeurs Fideles. Colors: Rose & White. 
Mascot: Lion. Founder's Day: March 4, 1852. 



PHILANTHROPIES 

Children's Miracle Net\\^ork; UMC Children's Hospital; 
Project HOPE; Easter Egg Hunt for Bethlehem Center; 
Midtown; Toy Drive; Luv Pop Sale. 



SOCIAL EVENTS 



Fall Party (Nov. 8); Big Sis/L'il Sis (Oct. 30); Enchantress 
Ball (Feb. 22); Spring Party (April 25); Hosted Phi Mu 
State Day. 




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Two roads diverged & AAJ 
took out the stop sign in 
between ... Ballerina Barbie 
... Throw up scrunchie ... 
Let's go to State ... She's not 
a rushee - she's just a volley- 
ball star ... Little George ... 
Aerosmith #3 




Officer - 1 can drive except I 
hove shoes on ... Was that 
Allana's date being taken to 
jail? ... But it was a yellow 
light ...WWLKAS support 
group ... Ya'll are so cute! ... 
We're the 3 Musketeers ... 
Six in common 





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Pulling an Angle ... Fairy 
Dust... Butthanks for playing 
... That's not a couch, it's 
Erin's bed ... KoolAid 
anyone? ... Toothpaste is the 
remedy for anything ... Is my 
roommate dead? ... I never 
saw a mirror I didn't like 




Auditory Discrimination - it's 
contagious ... Beth's rules ... 
Trocey - bathtub freak . . . C- 
ball dinner ... I'm a space 
cowboy ... Get your finger 
out of my face ... I'm jokin' 
on you ... Alison, did you 
lose your keys again? 




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Drag Queens at Waffle 
House ... Balloons & Sticker 
Bush?! ...Tripto Baltimore ... 
I saw yet another sunrise ... 
Shhh - my roommate has 
Comps... Oh Boy! Oh Boy! 
...You've Lost that Lovin' 
Feeling 





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Sarah Richie, Dawn Acy (back) Jana Nye, Laura Gerhauser, 
Elizabeth Biddle, Amy Turnipseed, Katie Sheehan 



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President; Baker Lawley, VP Rush; Ferd Moyse, VP Finance 
(middle) Dan Walker, Joey DuMontier, Kirk Gipson (back) 
Nick Licata, Michael Steel, Bradley Bennett, Thomas Jones, 
Brian French 



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Marvin Davis, Desmond J. 

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Chris Fisher, (not pictured} 

Chris Toaster, Eric Lyons, 

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TRADITIONS 

Motto: "First of all, servants of all, we shall transcend all. 
Colors: Black & Olde Gold. Mascot: Ape. Advisors: 
Eric Lyons, Audwin Fletcher, Floj'd Williams, Jr. 
Founder's Day: December 4, 1906 (Fraternity); 
November 21, 1981 (Chapter) 



PHILANTHROPIES 

Project Alpha; Project Head Start; Boy Scouts; Big 
Brother/ Big Sister; Go to High School - Go to College; 
Voter Registration Drive 



SOCIAL EVENTS 

Ms. Black & Gold Pageant; Martin Luther King, Jr. 
Celebration; Step Shows 




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INTRAiS^URAL BASKETBALL. 

Tim Baakelar, John Thomas, and 
Jonathan Martin 



KAPPA ALPHA 
OFFICERS: 

(front) Justin Matheny (II) 

Horry Rayburn (I), Brian 

Williams (III), Matthew 

McLaughlan (Rush), (back) 

Don Cumbest (IV), Noble 

Block (V), Mitchell Elliot 

(VII), Tyler Walton (VIII), 

Stephen McCord (IX), (not 

pictured) Daniel Logan (VI), 





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Noble Block, Alden Kirk, Harry 
Rayburn, Brian Williams, and Philip 
Chapman 




BID DAY 1996. Eric Cook, Trey Brunson, 
Matt Helms, Ian Makey, Andre Lagorde, 
and Todd Nichols 



KAPPA ALPHA 



TRADITIONS 

Motto: Dieu Et Les Dames. Colors: Crimson and Old 
Gold. Founder's Day: October 1, 1893. Faculty 
Advisor: Dr. Roy Berry 



PHILANTHROPIES 

MDA; Stew Pot; Cares Center; Midtown; Habitat for 
Humanity; Operation Shoestring 



SOCIAL EVENTS 

Bid Day; Black & White; Christmas Party; Annual Ski Trip; 
Valentine's Parts'; Rhythm & Blues; Alumni Social; Luau 




145 








Uh-oh, Pete, Ron's sleeping 
in Morgan's room ... Bart 
Liles, poetry in motion ... 
Hey, Bur, thanks for the 
show ... give 'em the 
CHANGE ... Helms, the 
Prom King ... li'l Satan as 
Pledge Trainer? 




Hey Beau, where's Paduda? 
Uh - Phil, we're in 
Missouri ... Who's on porch 
duty? ... Kevin Wison, male 
prostitute ... Hayes & his 
Aloe Vera pick- up line ... 
IPC meeting on the Mansion 
lawn ... Slidell Shuffle ... 





ieard Dat ... the 
Moss's list ... Hugh takes on 
the world ... Dream Team 
vs. Spicey Beef ... Beard's 
on Beach Patrol... Golf Ball 
... Good God, man, that 
thing's operational ... Are 
Noble & Hyko dating? 




Zeke's date was taking the 
driving test ... Morcum's 

Alpine taxi When did 

McCord take up tennis? ... 
the Jabberwocky's loose . . . 
Not all Gentlemen are 
KA's, but all KA's are 
Gentlemen. 




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John Atwood, Grand Master. 



KAPPA SIGMA OFFICERS: Charles Abbott, Grand Master 
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Symbol: Star and Crescent. Colors: Scarlet, White, and 
Green. Founder's Day: December 10, 1869. 




JAMBALAYA COOK-OFF 
AT MAJOR MADNESS. 

Michael Lonegrass, David 
Fontenot, and Shawn Demeritt 



PHILANTHROPIES 

Adopt-a-Highway; Midtown; Operation Shoestring; 
Habitat for Humanity; Tutoring disadvantaged children 



SOCIAL EVENTS 



Bid Day; Wild Man; Cossa's Ball; South Seas; Deer and 
Beer; Initiation; Formal : Founder's Day in New Orleans 



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Clay Goff, Lulgi McMinn 
and Lee Davis 




CRESCENT BALL IN MEMPHIS. 

Daniel Gibbons. Clay Goff, 
Micliael Holley. 





LAMBDA CHI ALPHA 



WATERMELON BUST. 



TRADITIONS 

Motto: Vir Quisque Vir. Colors: Purple, Green, & Gold. 
Founder's Day: March 22. Faculty Advisor: 

Dr. Micliael Gleason. 




CONSTRUCTION OF THE NEW LAMBDA 
CHI HOUSE. 



PHILANTHROPIES 

National Food Drive - Pantry Raid; Watermelon Bust; 
Adopt-a-Highway 



SOCIAL EVENTS 

white Trash Christmas; Crescent Ball; Valentine's Party; 
Tri Delta Halloween Swap; Phi Mu Jamaica Jam; Kappa 
Delta Grease Swap; Chi Omega Saturday Night Fever 



Sushi .... eating out... 
aren't we supposed to be 
studying? ... Laurie who? 
... Bbbrrraachhhy ... The 
standard by which all 
others are measured ..J 
Swell up ... we win!! ... 
Snatch it up 




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what happen to your ear? 
... Dukes of Hazard Style 
... Captain Organ ... 
King's Crack ... Hey, 
Goodwin's asleep! ... Hey 
Joey, you a man yet? 



Ra Ro ...Sunny puked up 
his crawfish!!! ... That 
would be a negative ... 
Let's go see Jerry ... 
Madden '97' 
"Commissioner Lang" ... 
"Mr. Malouf" ... "Smallz" 
"Does she Really?" ... 



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Tub...N.W.O.... Chill... 
Beeramid ... Go to sleep 
Moloufl! ... NIBS in the 
tub ... What if his middle 
name was Ted? 
PADREE!! ... White trash 
X-mas ... Hmm. . . 
Conception ... Pretty Little 
Keg ... Red shirt theory ... 
Chili cheese fries! ... Hey 
buddy ... When did D3 
get it's Charter? ...Go to 
bed!! ... Swell Up! ... To 
be the Standard by which 
all others are measured. 



Nugon's fireballs ... Bert's 
dog ate my socks ... She 
saw my "Hootie Hool" ... 
No pants till "6" ... Son 
ore you intoxicated? No 
sir, I'm American. ... 
Warms you right up... 
Montezuma's Revenge 




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Colors: Garnet & Old Gold. Mascot: Firetruck. 
Founder's Day: March 23. Faculty Advisor: Dr. 

Don Fortenberry. 




PHILANTHROPIES 

Adopt - a - Highway; Habitat for Humanity; Lounge - a • 
thon with Chi Omega for MS Burn Center in Greenville. 



SOCIAL EVENTS 



Bid Day (Oct. 5); Reggae & Rum (Nov. 9); Cotton Ball 
(Feb. 28); Old North (April 18-20) 



"THE PIKE TREE." Jason Otis and Robert 
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Chairman Chris O'Brien, 

Eminent Treasurer Hudson 

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Colors: Royal Purple & Old Gold. Mascot: Lion. 
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James B. Harris. 



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Egg Hunt for Bethlehem Center; Late Night Pizza for MS 
Children's Cancer Clinic; St. Patrick's Day at Pear Orchard 
Retirement Home; Painting at Brown Elementary. 



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Bid Day; Blazing Saddles; Christmas Party; Initiation 
Formal; Founder's Day; Paddy Murphy; WCW Monday 
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Index 



Abate, Ashley 34, 62, 94, 

133 
Abbott, Charles 19, 42, 43, 

94, 149 
Abbott, Rebecca 94, 1 37 
Acy, Dawn 125, 141 
Acy, Kathi 88 
Adams, Gray 

37, 55, 94, 157 
Adams, Jason 153 
Adams, John 145 
Adams, Kathie 89 
Adkins, Erica 67, 94 
Aggarwal, Ajay 33, 93 
Ahuja, Angela 31,54,91, 

176 
Ainsworth, Jimmy 45, 48, 

49, 161 
Akers, Jason 29, 149 
Akers, Lindsay 

16, 94, 133 
Alexander, Chris 29, 

141, 161 
Alford, Susan 88, 94, 112, 

125 
Allegre', Allesandro 157 
Allen, Monica 128 
Allen, Nathan 29 
Allison, Jan 87 
Allred, jenny 49, 62 
Almo, James 88, 89 
Almon, Allison 

34, 94, 133 
Aired, Jenny 63 
Alton, Molly 62, 99, 133 
Ammann, Alison 21,32, 

70, 71, 137 
Ammann, Davis 145 
Ammon, Ted 30, 1 76 
Ammon, Theodore 93 
Anderson, Elizabeth 94 
Applewhite, Laura 1 25 
Arab, Nazek 94 
Arceneaux, Beau 94, 145 
Armstrong, Sarah 90, 94 
Arnett, Stacey 94, 1 25 
Arrington, Lee 88 
Arrington, Theresa 43, 47, 

90 
Arturro, John 82 
Asmus, Collin 45, 90 
Atkinson, Edward 42 
Atkinson, Payne 145 
Atwood, John 60, 149 
Austin, Allana 40, 41, 54, 

87, 94, 137 
Austin, Bert 

30, 31, 107, 153 
Austin, Elizabeth 94, 125 
Austin, Halley 62, 63, 94 
Austin, Molly 133 
Austin, Peter 50, 

31, 32, 74, 75, 94, 145 
Autry, Laura 

23, 94, 125, 141 
Avent, Angie 94 
Ayres, Neill 94, 161 



Babula, Stephen 64, 149 
Bachaleda, Jenny 38, 41 
Badon, Nicole 94, 100 
Baer, Gwen 37, 94 



Bagwell, Debra 88 
Baier, Amy 6, 31,42, 94, 

121, 145, 175 
Baier, Michael 6 
Bailey, Allison 38, 43, 46, 

54, 94, 121 
Balducci, Amy 29, 31, 50, 

94, 125 
Ball, Amy 94, 133 
Ball, Brad 15, 35,5, 

50, 68, 94, 145, 178 
Ball, David 157 
Ball, Ken 23, 42, 50, 68, 

69, 94, 145 
Ball, Tanva 94, 137 
Bansbach, Beth 

71, 103, 125 
Barbour, Erin 116, 121 
Barham, Michael 20, 27, 

29, 30, 34, 35, 

39, 47, 87, 

94, 108, 175 
Barham, Rachel 

20, 34, 38, 39, 45, 47 
Barksdole, Kay 89 
Barnes, Tommy 88 
Barousse, Lesley 46 
Barrett, Gene 60 
Barrett, Stephanie 26, 32, 

94, 125, 141 
Basil, Harry 46 
Bass, Ashley 26, 27, 30, 

31, 133, 175 
Bass, Randy 34, 39, 41, 

60, 94, 161 
Batson, Nancy 93 
Batson, Wesley 94, 116, 

153 
Bough, Esther 86 
Bough, Jim 93 
Baxter, Brandon 39,41, 

94, 157 
Baxter, Hugh 39, 94 
Bean, Jackie 89 
Beard, Will 94, 145 
Beauchamp, Andy 

94, 161 
Beaumont, Vanessa 38, 41 
Beavers, Nathan 37, 145 
Becker, Jared 74, 94 
Beech, Summer 1, 7, 29, 

40,94 
Beeler, Jesse 33, 91, 93 
Bell, Cameron 94, 161 
Bell, Solly 125 
Bennett, Bradley 34, 39, 

94, 141, 161 
Bennett, Lyie 1 7, 48, 60 
Benoit, Brittany 

59, 95, 133 
Bentley, Michael 95 
Benton, Terri 95, 121 
Berman, Seth 91, 95, 116, 

161 
Bermel, Willem 42, 64, 

95, 149 
Bernard, Yolanda 93 
Berry, R.A. 90 
Berry, Roy 54 
Berryhill, Brian 36, 49, 

95, 108 
Berryman, Todd 3 1 , 42 
Berthiaume, Brian 4, 95 
Best, Erin 14, 137 
Best, Mark 95, 153 
Beth, Mary Chrestman 

37, 125 
Betz, Greg 1 49 
Bey, George 37, 90, 93 



Bhowmick, Meethune 95 
Biddle, Elizabeth 

121, 141 
Biegel, Michele 32, 71 
Biggins, Walter 

10, 46, 47, 95 
Bilbo, Amy 125 
Billups, Blake 149 
Bishop Jr., Allen 90 
Black, Alex 4, 95, 153 
Black, Mary Katherine 7, 

26, 36, 45, 87, 95, 
111, 121 

Black, Noble 

27, 29, 30, 145 
Black, Stephen 93 
Blackmon, Jeannette 89 
Blockwell, Byron 60, 

61, 95 
Blackwood, Doris 89 
Blaine, Mary 50, 

137, 141 
Blanks, Adam 12, 

44, 95, 157 
Blanks, Beth 125 
Bledsoe, Nancy 93 
Bloss, Cindy 95, 121 
Boackle, Paul 7, 54, 95, 

116, 161 
Boatner, Cindy 1 33 
Bodron, Jeanne 88 
Boerner, Brad 1 57 
Boerner, Michael 76, 77 , 

95, 157 
Bond, Richard 149 
Bone, Jason 116, 1 53 
Boodles, RJ. 47 
Boothe, Mary 21, 26, 29, 

30, 31,41, 45, 50, 

95, 133 
Borgman, Amy 22, 121 
Boswell, Carrie 29, 1 33 
Bounds, Julia 89, 175 
Bourgeois, Mandy 

14, 137 
Boweis, Steven 95 
Bowers, Steven 1 45 
Bowling, Danielle 44, 121 
Boyce, Robert 1 45 
Boyd, Brian 26, 95 
Boyd, Jimmy 13, 48, 95 
Boykin, Katy 133 
Brach, Ryan 34, 153 
Bradley, Hagi 29 
Bradley, Shelley 116, 121 
Bradshaw, Kelly 107, 137 
Bradway, John 1 1 2 
Branch, Brennan 32, 125 
Brantley, Sabrina 35, 46 
Brasuell, Leigh 67, 121 
Bratton, Katye 

13, 20 29, 30, 42, 133 
Bratton, Lisa 121, 140 
Brazda, Amy 

29, 58, 59, 133 
Brenan, Greg 59, 153 
Brewer, Craig 74, 149 
Brewer, Jennifer 46, 125 
Bridge, Tyson 87 
Bridges, Anthony 88 
Bridges, Katherine 88 
Brister, Bill 33, 90 
Brister, Michelle 32 
Britt, Darin 157 
Brooking, Carl 90 
Brown, Amelia 4, 41, 87, 

117, 133 
Brown, Andy 

30, 31, 35, 37, 50, 



145 
Brown, Brooks 1 53 
Brown, Elizabeth 31, 115, 

121, 140 
Brown, Jenni 21, 38, 40, 

41, 121 
Brown, Kristen 93 
Brown, Nikki 41 
Browne, Morgan 1 45 
Bruce, Reid 1 53 
Brunini, Angie 1 75 
Brunson, Bur 99 
Brunson, Trey 1 45 
Brunt, Christopher 90, 93 
Bryan, Donna 89 
Bryant, D. 72, 97 
Bryant, Dee 19, 21 
Bryant, Hayes 

4, 26, 97, 145 
Bryant, Ricky 36, 82 
Bryson, David 31 , 41 
Buford, Erika 31, 97, 118, 

141 
Burch, Murray 60, 80, 87 
Burke, Alan 27 
Burke, Allen 

23, 32, 97, 145 
Burkett, Michael 153, 97, 

50 
Burney, Lou 87 
Burns, Ginger 97 
Burroughs, Beth 31, 137 
Burtt, Richard II 67, 97, 

153 
Busby, Jim 88 
Busey, Gary 157 
Buste, Noroman 89 
Butler, Adrian 97 
Buzhordt, Gail 43, 90 
Byrd, Nathan 60, 97 
Byrd, Shelly 

56, 59, 97, 125 



Cabell, Adam 61, 145 
Cain, Eugene 37, 92, 93 
Calhoun, Ashley 

30, 47, 125 
Call, Chris 89 
Calloway, Elizabeth 45, 

48, 121 

Calvert, Kate 26, 29, 30, 
46, 97, 121, 141 

Campagna, Elana 67, 
97, 108 

Campbell, Boyd 40 

Campbell, Connie 35, 48, 

49, 90 
Campbell, Cord 21,26, 

46, 60, 97 
Campbell, Patricia 42, 43 
Campbell, Sarah 47 
Cantrell, Bre 97 
Caraway, Laura 

29, 133, 141 
Caraway, Patrice 32 
Caraway, Patrick 32, 51, 

149 
Carlisle, Candace 10,46, 

47, 67, 97, 100, 175 
Carlson, Shannon 66, 67, 

70, 71, 87 
Corner, Dove 

18, 22, 44, 157 
Carothers, Chomberlan 97 
Carr, Allison 23, 34, 35, 

38,97, 121, 140 
Carraway, Laura 1 
Carroccio, Matthew 4, 14, 



97, 145 
Carter, Brett 97 
Carter, Rachel | 

20, 66, 67, 97, 1U| 
Carter, Rob 77. 97, 145 I 
Casey, Sarah 12, 18, 66, 

67, 71,97 
Casey, Will 161 
Castille, Joey 4, 97, 157 
Cater, Rob 115 
Catlin, Jason 97 
Chadeyros, Claudine 26, 

42, 43, 90 
Chaffin, Bryant 97, 161 
Chambers, David 29, 35, 

97, 161 
Chambers, LeAnna 97 
Chondok, Sophia 21 , 

97, 121 
Chandler, Benjamin 97, 

157 
Chandler, Creighfon 

34, 45,97, 145 
Chapman, Joe 88 
Chapman, Nikki 125 
Chapman, Philip 4, 6, 23, 

31, 78, 79, 141, 145 
Chorbonnet, Billy 149 
Chose, Toro 15, 21, 97, 

104, 121 
Chose, Willie 88 
Chaudhuri, Rajot 88 
Chiang, Karen 

15, 18, 32, 125, 141 
Chong, Mi-Un 121 
Chrestman, Mary Beth 

37, 125 
Clark, Melissa 

97, 104, 125 
Clark, Robin 42, 97 
Clark, Sally 49, 121 
Clauer, Elizabeth 97, 133 
Cloy-Cashion, Amy 26, 

125 
Clayton, Christine 125 
Clifton, Amy 38, 97, 

125, 141 
Cockrell, Chris 95, 97, 99, 

149 
Coker, Cheryl 93 
Coker, Frances 32, 93 
Coker, Mich 43, 60, 145 
Coker, Timothy 3, 15, 90 
Cole, Brant 97 
Coleman, Kenneth 60 
Coleman, Ralph 88 
Collins, Jane 17, 26, 38, 

97, 125, 140 
Collins, Wendy 23, 125 
Colomer, Soria 21, 26, 30, 

35, 97, 114, 121, 
141 

Comons, Amy 29 
Combs, Kelly 33 
Conway, Arnell 88 
Conwill, Joseph 97, 149 
Cook, Amanda 29, 30, 

31, 34, 35, 41,45, 

47,97, 137 
Cook, Eric 74, 145 
Cook, Rachel 29, 97, 133 
Cook, Roy 68, 145 
Cook, Rodney 48, 87 
Cooper, Florence 87 
Cotter, Joan 42, 90 
Courville, Brian 26, 27, 

30, 32, 34, 
Couvillion, Bryan 60, 61, 

98, 145 



Cox, Ann Jane 98, 1 25 
Cox, Paf 87 
Cozelos, Wess 1 53 
Craft, Brandy 22, 58, 59, 

98, 133, 141 
Craig, Emile 64, 98, 149 
Crater, Lynne 37 
Crawford, Holly 30, 3 1 , 

44, 121 
Crawford, Jennifer 35, 98, 

112, 137 
Crawford, Tracey 21, 137 
Crawley, Kenneth 98 
Creel, Amy 

30, 36, 38, 87, 137, 141 
Crochet, Adele 98 
Crochet, Stephen 157 
Cronan, Aimee 35, 

38, 98, 111 
Crook, George 95, 153 
Crotwell, Andrew 60, 149 
Crouch, Grace 

42, 68, 121 
Culpepper, David 93 
Culpepper, Jennifer 

98, 125 
Cumbest, Don 6, 26, 32, 

34,98, 145 
Cumbest, Kathleen 

29, 98, 133 
Cummings, Vicki 87 
Czaiko, Ellen 13, 29, 

30, 31,34,36,98, 
125, 140, 141 



Da, Lucia Silveira 93 
Daigle, Dugue 19, 98, 51, 

141, 161 
Dales, Tamora 98 
Dalton, Ashley 145 
Dance, Gaylo 90 
Daniel, Carl 13, 35, 49, 

98, 153 
Daniels, Julie 87 
Danos, Josh 72, 80, 149 
Dauphin, Adele 

20, 98, 107, 137 
Davidson, Kelsey 1 21 
Davidson, Megen 

43, 133, 141 
Davis, Brian 98, 153 
Davis, Chris 60 
Davis, David 93 
Davis, Frankie 88 
Davis, Gene 32 
Davis, Jean 29, 62, 98 
Davis, Lee 87, 98, 153 
Davis, Marvin 20, 21, 29, 

46, 98, 142 
Davis, Micah 98, 153 
Davis, Robert 88 
Davis, Ruthie 88 
Davis, Shannon 1 53 
Dawson, Marin 4, 36, 98 
Dawson, Orlando 98 
Day Ford 47, 98 
Dear, Jonathan 

64, 98, 149 
Dees, Latanishia 

87, 98, 118 
DeFoe, Loretta 86 
Demeritt, Shawn 14, 149 
Demerritt, Shawn 82 
Denham, Heather 28, 38, 

41,54, 121 
Denley, Lydia 98, 121 
Diethelm, Gill 24 
Dill, Caroline 18, 21, 46, 



98, 115, 121 
Dill, Jessica 98, 133 
Dobay, Jeremy 64, 65, 82, 

98, 149 
Don, Joe Samples 87 
Doolittle, Jeffrey 76, 77 , 

149 
Dorough, Betsy 

66, 98, 133 
Dotson, Melanie 15, 29, 

45, 121, 141 
Dottes, Anita 93 
Doughty, Ashley 98, 1 25 
Dubuisson, Liz 17, 35, 98 
DuMontier, Joe 26, 98, 

141, 145 
Dunovont, Leigh 

22, 62, 82 
Duncan, Alison 48, 49, 

98, 137 
Dunehew, Alison 23, 125 
Dupont, Josh 39, 41, 98 
Durel, Jason 98, 145 
Duval, Charles 98 
Dyer, Dianne 77 , 1 21 
Dyer, Elizabeth 121 
Dyer, Pearl 89 
Dyess, Turner 18, 149 



Eddy, Danielle 98 
Edwards, Amber 

47, 98, 125 
Edwards, Hope 89 
Edwards, Wendy 1 , 29, 

98, 125 
Elam, Jesse 39 
Ellender, Caroline 98, 121 
Ellett, Mitchell 78, 140, 

141, 145 
Elliott, Delois 88, 175 
Ellis, Erin 99, 133 
Emmert, Lee 45 
England, Kate 

23, 40, 99, 121 
Ervin, Napoleon 89 
Evans, Roan 1 53 
Everett, Ben 26, 99, 145 
Ezell, George 93 
Ezell, Rebecca 32 
Ezelle, Erica 

14, 133, 141 



Fade, Kothryn 99, 125 
Foherty, Teresa 93 
Fonguy, Sandra 87, 89 
Fanguy, Stephanie 

87, 111, 121, 140 
Farley, Josh 64, 65 
Farrell, Betsy 35, 38, 39, 

41, 99, 133 
Farrell, Katy 18, 28, 30, 

31, 38,41,51, 

99, 133 
Forris, Brad 99 
Feldman, Susan 

22, 33, 40, 

51, 99, 121 
Fenton, Marge 88 
Fermon, Priscilla 43, 90 
Ferrell, Duone 32, 87 
Ferrell, Ellen 35, 99, 178 
Fewell, Duane 145 
Finelli, Robin 99, 125 
Fisher, Chris 10, 99, 142 
Flatt, Will 21, 26,51,145 
Fletcher, Audwin 142 



Flinstone, Fred 1 14 
Flowers, Luron 89 
Foley, Janet 35, 

49, 68, 87, 133 
Fondren, Shana 45, 99 
Fontaine, Michael 153 
Fontaine, Mike 21, 99 
Fontenelle, Sarah 

5, 20, 34, 67, 82, 99, 121 
Fontenot, David 14, 149 
Forbess, Ben 100 
Ford, Corey 99, 153 
Ford, Dudley 32, 51, 99 
Ford, Judy 32 
Forsythe, David 62, 63, 

64, 87 
Fortenberry, Don 1 , 34, 

35, 87 
Foss, Bridget 99 
Fowler, Dan 86, 157 
France, Erica 22, 29, 46, 

99, 125 
Frascogna, Judy 87, 175 
Frascogna, Mike 60, 175 
Frascogna, Nan 6, 31, 48, 

49, 68, 69, 99, 

133, 178 
Frederick, Eddie 60 
Freeman, Roland 

44, 93, 177 
Freis, Catherine 45, 90 
French, Brian 

99, 141, 157 
Fretwell, Gary 87, 89 
Fukuma, Junko 99 

Fuller, Jacob 13, 74, 145 
Funchess, Desmond 46, 

100, 142 



Gabriel, Jason 29, 32, 33 
Godd, Morgan 

24, 41, 90 
Galchinsky, Michael 92, 

93, 107 
Golicki, Stan 90 
Galloger, LaKimberly 26, 

128 
Gamble, Hugh 1 45 
Gann, Del 90 
Gonnoway, Heather 121, 

141 
Garber, John 

9, 56, 72, 149 
Gardes, Lauren 4, 77 , 

100, 121 
Gardner, Chad 20, 72, 

73, 87, 100, 161 
Gardner, Sodie 19, 35, 

77, 100, 133 
Garner, Julie 2, 29 
Garrett, Paula 32, 33, 93 
Gates, Zachory 100, 104 
Gell, Rich 86 
Gerhauser, Laura 100, 

125, 141 
Gibbes, Chipper 161 
Gibbons, Daniel 100, 153 
Gibson, Corbett 

64, 100, 149 
Gibson, Jay 100 
Gibson, Kurt 4 
Gibson, Nob 32, 87 
Gibson, Tobias 20, 26, 30, 

34, 64, 87, 100, 149 
Gilbert, Lynnette 44 
Gilbert, Natalie 29, 30, 

31, 32, 51, 100, 125 
Gilbert, Robert 157 



Gillespie, Tripp 

74, 100, 149 
Gillette, Clare 

4, 38, 100, 125 
Giovingo, Elizabeth 

6, 46, 100, 125 
Gipson, Kirk 

100, 141, 157 
Gleoson, Michael 45, 93 
Glumb, Sharon 35, 

87, 111 
Gober, Cheri 86 
Godfrey, Summer 

100, 133 
Goff, Clayton 29, 100, 

116, 153 
Goldman, Mary Ann 87 
Gomez, John 100 
Good, Kelly 125 
Goodwin, Shawn 29, 30, 

41, 100, 153 
Gordon, Paul 58, 59, 161 
Gorton, Christine 20, 100, 

137 
Goss, Martha 93 
Grace, Sean 22, 29,51, 

100, 153 
Graham, Kris 157 
Grantham, Bethany 

29, 133 
Graves, Felicia 89 
Graves, Sally 43, 1 33 
Green, Adrian 37 
Green, Brendo 32, 101 
Green, Cheryl 101 
Greenlee, Lonci 

60, 70, 71 
Greer, David 72, 73, 101, 

149 
Greer, Lakeysha 29, 51, 

101, 118 
Greer, Ruth 87 
Greer, Sam 88 
Griesbeck, Lynn 31, 133 
Griffin, James 89 
Griklin, Gloria 89 
Grillo, Laura 90 
Grissom, Jason 145 
Gristino, Nicholas 101, 

149 
Grubbs, Allison 29, 101 
Grubbs, Ray 93 
Guidry Reni 24, 55, 101, 

125 
Gunn, Chris 37, 1 57 
Guyer, Michele 87, 90 



Haggard, Scott Ryan 64, 

149 
Hale, Beau 60, 157 
Halford, Will 31 
Hall, Catherine 101, 133 
Hall, Sam 24, 41, 47, 

153 
Hollford, Wil 157 
Hamby, Rett 60, 145 
Homer, Eric 1 53 
Hamilton, Brian 37, 48, 

101, 145 
Hamm, Jennifer 70,71, 

78, 79, 125 
Hammons, Stacy 101 
Hancock, Amanda 29, 59, 

101, 133 
Hones, Joshua 

36, 48, 101 
Honnon, Cindy 

70, 71, 87 



Hanry, Jamie 35, 101 
Hansford, Ashley 

60, 80, 101, 149 
Hardy, Charles 86 
Hargrove, Jono 101 
Horkins, DeMott 157 
Harmon, Anne 29 
Harmon, George 6, 26, 

84, 176 
Harper, Jynger 1 01 
Harper, Tracy 1 01 
Horrell, Baker 101 
Horrell, Elise 101, 176 
Harrington, Frank 

101, 104 
Harrington, Grace 86 
Harris, April 21, 101 
Harris, Eloise 18, 121 
Harris, Heather 1 25 
Harris, James 90 
Harris, Jamie 29, 38, 100, 

101, 125 
Harris, John 88 
Harris, Spencer 32 
Harrison, Charlotte 101 
Harrison, Joseph 54, 101 
Horrolle, Brent 73, 80, 

101, 175 
Hartley, Mike 88 
Hartness, Phil 23, 56, 60, 

61, 81, 101 
Harvey, Tommy 29, 43, 

137, 175 
Horvison, Melissa 41 
Hottier, Beth 

23, 34, 40, 
Hawkins, Jane 32 
Hoxton, Ayres 33 
Hazlip, Mogruder 

26, 60, 101 
Heise, Diana 90 
Heit, Christopher 101 
Heiter, John 1 61 
Helen, Mary Wall 178 
Helfrich, Kothy 101 
Helms, Matt 74, 101, 145 
Hemphill, Karen 101, 175 
Henderson, Laurissc 

32, 87 
Henry, Matthew 40, 41, 

49, 101, 145 
Herring, Jim 32 
Herrington, Eric 15,37, 

39, 101, 145 
Heslin, Ann 35, 101, 137 
Hester, Michele 32 
Highfill, Dick 90 
Highfill, Mike 7 A, 75, 101 
Hiloers, Larry 145 
Hill, Bryant 161 
Hill, Rebecca 101, 104 
Hilton, Troy 60, 61 
Hime, Mary Beth 89, 101, 

103, 115 
Hindmon, Doug 78, 79 
Hinton, Brondi 22, 35, 

101, 121 
Hixson, Michael 46, 
Hoban-Moore, Patricio 
Hobson, Willie 

72, 73, 80 
Holland, Bridget 140 
Holland, Paul 

101, 1 16, 153 
Holley, Michael 101, 
Hollis, Bridget 

37, 101, 121 
Hollis, Bridgette 1 14 
Hollis, Neil 60 



125 
33 



145 



101 
93 



115 



Holman, Janice 102, 177 
Holman, Rhoda 1 25 
Holton, Jed 12, 149 
Hooker, Amanda 102 
Hooker, Mondy 22, 121 
Hooks, Steven 102, 149 
Horn, Larry 88 
Houston, Bronwen 

29, 102, 125 
Hrivnak, Christina 38, 39, 

90 
Huard, Matt 

47, 60, 61, 157 
Hubiak, Theresa 102, 121 
Hudlow, Heidi 34, 62, 80, 

82, 99, 102, 133 
Hudson, Shanell 

20, 29, 46 
Hue, Tessa 37, 1 25 
Huff, Ashley 16, 102, 133, 

140 
Huguet, Will 44, 157 
Hultquist, Clark 90 
Humphrey, Marilyn 102 
Hurley Ashley 1 25 
Husband, Shannon 

102, 125 
Husbands, Julia 89 
Huth, Jonathan 161, 177 
Hyde, Clifton 157 
Hydinger, Tresslar 13, 26, 

29, 43, 102, 133 
Hyko, Allison 15, 46, 47, 

86, 87, 175 
Hyneman, Ann 86 



ilngram. Ken 

^ 48, 60, 87, 89 

Ingram, Wesley 48, 60, 
61, 102 

Irby, Mina 102 

Irby, Tamina 46 

Irvin, Turkesso 87, 1 28 

Isaac, Ronnie 26, 60 

Isaak, Leo 32, 78, 79 

Isak, Leo 1 6 

Isbell, Keith 39, 40, 41 

Ivers, Leslie 87 

Ivy, Jermaine 39,40,41, 
102, 153 



acks, Tom 

4, 74, 102, 149 
Jackson, Arthur 61 
Jackson, Brian 88 
Jane, Ann Cox 47 
Janicek, Matt 12, 60, 149 
Janisch, Jessica 102 
Jeffcoat, Ben 74, 81, 102, 

145 
Jenkins, Allison 38, 41 
Johnnie, Lillie 89 
Johns, Steven 32, 72, 73, 

76, 77, 81, 102, 157 
Johnson, AJ. 20, 46, 47, 

96, 102 
Johnson, Ashley 102, 137 
Johnson, Bethany 26, 29, 

35, 40, 102, 121 
Johnson, Christina 

47, 102, 103 
Johnson, Delories 89 
Johnson, Doug 88 
Johnson, Kim 102 
Johnson, Lee Ann 34, 102 
Johnson, Lee Scott 64, 



102, 145 
Johnson, Lu 89 
Johnson, Lucy 89 
Johnson, Omar 88 
Johnson, Patrick 39 
Johnson, Rose 87 
Johnston, Patrick 39, 41, 

55, 60, 102 
Jolly, Jason 29, 30, 31, 

49, 102, 145 
Jones, Christy 21, 35, 102, 

137 
Jones, David 74, 149 
Jones, Dwayne 1 77 
Jones, Gory 88 
Jones, Jennifer 27, 29, 30, 

102, 125, 140 
Jones, Lakeisho 36, 102 
Jones, Melissa 

62, 102, 137 
Jones, Thomas 64, 116, 

102, 141, 153 
Jones, Tiffany 1 02 
Jordan, J. C. 104, 157 
Joseph, Alisso 

5, 16, 62, 63, 82, 

114, 121 
Jowers, Jessica 47, 102 
Jurney, Ron 

60, 61, 87, 175 
Justice, Kelly 102, 133 
Justice, Robert 102 



Kahn, Robert 42, 43, 55, 

90,92 
Kaworazuka, Koori 45, 

102 
Kaworazuka, Takeshi 

45, 102 
Kay, Helen Holloway 93 
Kearney, Eric 88 
Keary, David 93 
Keller, Erin 14, 29, 71, 78, 

102, 121 
Keller, Gail 88 

Kellum, Jenny 29,42, 102, 

133 
Khandker, Asif 36, 91, 93 
Kidder, Jake 74 
Kiel, Mark 74, 145 
Kilgore, Valerie 102, 125 
Kim, Song-il 1 02 
Kimmel, Bill 32 
Kimmel, Sara 33 
King, Allen 

35, 39, 41, 55, 85, 

102 
King, Carey 1 25 
King, Robert 31, 86, 90, 

91, 176, 177 
King, Steve 49, 89 
King, Zone 13, 1 53 
Kinzeler, Erin 

20, 103, 137 
Kirk, Alan 103, 153 
Kirk, Alden 13,68,69, 

114, 145 
Klevon, Andrea 67, 103, 

121, 178 
Knight, Mary 32 
Knight, Merle 133 
Koeninger, Brian 1 9 
Koeninger, Kevin 

103, 157 
Kov/nslar, Edward 87, 90 
Krabbe, Judith 93 

Kuhn, Ty 157 



Lacallade, Aimee 32,51, 

59, 133 
Lacallade, Janine 38, 88, 

103, 133 
Lacouture, Susan 

103, 125 
Lagarde, Andre' 1 45 
Lagarde, Andre 1 03 
Lalande, Ashley 55, 76, 

77, 133 
Lamb, William B. 90 
Lambert, Joseph 74, 103 
Lang, Angie 21, 103, 137, 

141 
Long, Dana 87 
Lang, Gene 29, 52, 103, 

153 
Lang, Joe 1 53 
Longley, Janet 32, 87 
Lorgent, Mary 6, 21, 29, 

30, 31, 133 
Larrys, John 60, 177 
Lorsen, Carolee 49, 93 
Laster, Alma 128 
Lauro, James 93 
Law, Bill 103 
Lowley, Baker 29, 30, 

103, 141, 153 
Lawrence, Kirk 4, 46, 103, 

145 
Lawyer, Govenor 88 
Leo, Sarah McGuire 91 
LeBlonc, Christina 103 
LeBlanc, Jason 140, 161 
Ledoux, Lynette 3 1 , 45 
Lee, Jannette 89 
Lee, Kenny 142 
Lee, Martha 87, 1 75 
Lefavor, Brent 41, 90 
Legendre, Nicole 40, 121 
Lehman, Wes 1 45 
Leieux, Kvia 103, 125 
Lemmona, Rasa 20, 47, 

103, 121, 140, 178 
Leon, Misty 

19, 29, 103, 121 
Leonard, Doug 39, 41 
Lestage, David 6, 29, 34, 

35, 103, 145 
Lewis, Kelly 103 
Lewis, Roberta 88 
Lewis, Todd 4, 1 45 
Li, Lillian 16, 176 
Liao, Lee 108 
Libert, Larry 103, 157 
Licata, Nicholas 64,81, 

141, 149 
Ligon, Alison 31 , 104 
Liles, Bart 103, 145 
Lilly, Artice 104, 157 
Lindsey, James 93 
Linehan, Wayne 41, 93 
Litkenhous, Brad 26, 29, 

30, 104, 161 
Littrell, Martha 1 04 
Lockey, Myron 32 
Locklin, Jason 64 
Loden, Jason 

39, 40, 41, 153 
Logan, Daniel 1 45 
Lokitz, Stephen 36, 41, 

161 
Lonegrass, Mike 

14, 60, 82, 149 
Long, Becky 26, 47, 125 
Long, Lauren 

66, 67, 104, 121 



Long, Logan 

35, 104, 145 
Long, Thelma 89 
Lott, Heather 36, 40, 104, 

116, 121, 178 
Louie, Adriane 40, 104 
Louise, Mary Jones 90 
Low, Elizabeth 32 
Lowe, David 45 
Lowery, John 1 04, 1 6 1 
Lowery, Michael 32 
Lowery, Sarah 1 25 
Luangphakdy, Vonh 104, 

108 
Lucas, DeAnna 76 20, 77 , 

104, 121 
Luckett, Johny 88 
Luckett, Raymond 88 
Lum, Dennis 88 
Lumm, George 56, 60, 61, 

104, 145 
Lyie, Mottle 89 
Lymberis, Amy 37, 45, 

133, 176 
Lynch, Mark 93 
Lyon, Natalie 1 33 
Lyons, Eric 1 42 



MacMaster, Anne 93 
MocMorron, Jason 157 
Madden, Brad 57, 60, 61, 

104, 145 
Moddox, Rusti 104, 125 
Maestri, Scott 

29, 153, 178 
Magann, Melissa 

104, 125 
Mogorgee, Jill 1 1 , 29, 36, 

104, 137 
Mogee, Stan 30, 87, 175 
Major, The 58, 59, 115 
Maiure, David 31, 37, 43 
Mokey, Ian 

14, 64, 77, 145 
Molone-Barrett, Katherine 

94, 114, 133 
Malouf, Charlie 48, 60, 

61, 100, 104, 153 
Mamaril, Jerry 55 
Mancini, Lauren 31,34, 

35,45, 52, 104, 133 
Mangrum, Mimi 18, 121 
Mann, Deboro 36, 90 
Manson, Troy 32, 145 
Manuel, Leslie 

77, 104, 121 
Moreno, Susan 4, 17, 34, 

54, 82, 104, 133 
Markley, Mary 87 
Morron, Claire 1 25 
Marrs, Suzanne 1 7, 93 
Morse, Doniell 104 
Marshall, Jim 29, 145 
Martin, Ashley 17, 104, 

125, 140 
Martin, Carole 86 
Martin, Jeanne 38, 39, 

104, 125 
Martin, Jonathan 33, 46, 

52 145 
Mosset, Amanda 29, 35, 

52, 137 
Matheny, Justin 

64, 81, 145 
Motherne, Bernard 105 
Motsuoka, Ryo 1 05 
Matthews, Jennifer 

34, 121 



May, Walter 116, 161 
Mayo, Emily 38, 121 
Moziarz, Nancy 88 I 

Mc, Stan Gee 1 75 
McAlister, Jason 

60, 61, 81 
McCabe, Allison 21, 105, 

115, 133, 175 
McCain, Bonnie 89 
McColl, Michael 105 
McCollister, Marc 145 
McCarley R.W. 91 
McCarthy Patrick 42, 157 
McCarty, John 91 
McClain, Jimmy 6, 105, 

145 
McClellan, Amy 125 
McClellan, Morta 47 
McClellan, Toro 47 
McCord, Stephen 18, 145 
McCormick, Louri 20,21, 

23, 30, 40, 105, 

137, 141 
McCown, Michael 87, 

105, 153 
McCrocken, Anno 1 33 
McCranie, Kim 1 21 
McDoniel, Currey 29, 105, 

121 
McDermott, Philip 45, 103, 

105, 161 
McDonnell, Ashley 1, 32, 

33, 37, 133, 141 
McElhinney, Sarah 105 
McElvaine, Robert 

45, 91, 92 
McElwee, Ginger 21, 26, 

54, 105, 114, 121 
McGehee, John 149 
McGreger, April 60, 70, 

71, 81, 103, 105 
McGuire, Sarah 36, 55 
Mcintosh, Debro 87 
McKay, Nancy 86 
McKee, Katharine 6, 29, 

105, 125 
McKee, Lori 1 37 
McKenzie, Mike 60, 61 
McKenzie, Trinity 48, 153 
McKeown, James 26, 93 
McKern, Marilyn 45 
McLaughlin, Matthew 27, 

34, 46, 145 
McLean, Chris 1 61 
McLean, Christopher 105 
McLellon, Tara 40, 41, 45 
McLeod, Chan 31 
McMonus, Jason 26, 27, 

34, 35, 105, 145 
McMinn, Luigi 153 
McMullan, Chrissie 4, 17, 

47, 105, 125 
McMullen, Austin 31,52, 

105, 141, 153 
McNeal, Chris 

48, 60, 61, 74, 75, 105 
McNeil, Sarah 105 
McNichols, OJ. 46, 73 
McRoe, Kristen 35, 39,41, 

52, 55 
Meadows, Mary 26, 29, 

105, 133 
Meadows, Sean 33, 105 
Means, Brian 29, 34, 35, 

36,55, 105 
Melcher, Li 36, 45 
Melcher, Tai 1 05 
Mendozo, Britt 29, 30, 

105, 161 



Menendez, Jesus 32, 42, 

43 
Metcalf, Joy 105, 133 
Meyers, Jon n 141 
Miadleton, Jeanne Forsythe 

90 
Miles, Jaime 67, 81, 82 
Miller, Anne 14, 24, 37, 

76,77, 133 
Miller, Carey 47, 1 05 
Miller, Chad 36, 77, 95, 

105, 153 
Miller, Chris 60 
Miller, Georgia 91 
Miller, Greg 91 
Miller, Jennifer 17, 20, 45, 

62,63, 105, 137 
Miller, Lee 88 
Miller, Matthew 105, 157 
Miller, Stephanie 

105, 125 
Mills, Melinda 108 
Millsaps, Lucy Webb 91 
Mims, Chris 107 
Minor, Anne 32, 1 21 
Mitchell, Bonnie 21 
Mitchell, Kirk 140, 157 
Mitchell, Lomor 31 
Mitchell, Matt 

72, 73, 77, 87 
Mitchell, Molly 34, 42, 43, 

58, 59, 105,133 
Mitchell, Venita 

9, 28, 29, 30, 48, 87, 175 
Mitias, Michael 93 
Miyamoto, Ryuta 1 05 
Moak, Betty Sue 32 
Mook, Elizabeth 91 
Moffett, David 35, 78, 79, 

105, 161 
Molinaro, Lucy 89, 175 
Monteith, Anna Kathryn 

21, 38, 105, 115, 

121, 141 
Montgomery, Linda 89 
Montier, Joey 32 
Moore, Charles 

1, 91, 176 
Moore, Heather 

38, 39, 105 
Moore, Laura 38, 41, 105 
Moore, Michelle 6, 29, 54, 

105, 125 
Moore, Miranda 29, 

105, 125 
Morgan, Dana 105, 125 
Morgan, Jennifer 125 
Morgan, Matt 1 45 
Morgan, Vicki 86 
Morgan, Zach 17, 100 
Morran, Mark 46, 47 
Morris, George 1 57 
Morrison, Monica 

21, 105, 137 
Morrison, Thomas 93 
Mortimer, Mary Love 1 2 1 
Morykwas, Michael 

23, 149 
Mosley, Chris 105, 149 
Mosley, Jennifer 

37, 105, 137 
Moss, Michelle 

31, 37, 106 
Mouton, Catherine 

41, 106 
Mouton, Thomas 

29, 116, 153 
Moyse, Ferd 141, 157 
Mozingo, Charlie 



48, 87, 106, 145 
Mulloy, Megan 62, 63, 

106, 125 
Murphy, Jennifer 125 
Murphy, Suzie 47 
Murphy, Wayne 31, 145 
Myers, John 29, 30, 31, 

36, 106, 153 



Namihiro, Aogu 16, 106 
Napier, Eric 32, 106 
Narro, Perry 29, 52, 133 
Nash, Carrie 20, 37, 52, 

106 
Nations, Dawn 86 
Navarre, Eric 12, 22, 52, 

106, 115, 141, 161 
Neely, Andrew 76, 77 , 

106, 157 
Neely, Bill 32 
Neely, Dan 88 
Neely, David 157 
Neely, Walter 32, 91 
Nelms, Floy 86 
Nelson, Cloy 60, 106 
Nelson, Michael 106 
Neuroth, Heather 1 8, 46, 

121, 140 
Nevins, Bob 6, 37, 

93, 177 
Newell, Wilbert 88 
Newman, Chris 36, 106 
Newsom, Clint 55, 74, 80, 

106, 149 
Nguyen, An 106 
Nichols, Allison 125 
Nichols, Todd 74, 145 
Nieto, Rudolph 106 
Nieto, Rudy 4, 68, 149 
Niolet, Kim 37,40, 106, 

1 2 1 , 1 75 
Noble, Nash 91 
Noble, Trace 6, 29, 52, 

106, 133 
Nonnenmacher, Ben 

60, 141, 161 
Norton, Brian 1 53 
Nugon, Robert 1 53 
Nunnery, Rosanne 32, 

35, 106 
Nye, Jana 

14, 29, 125, 141 



O'Banner, Valerie Mallett 

118 
O'Beirne, Meg 21, 29, 35, 

106, 133, 140 
O'Brien, Chris 140, 161 
Occhipinti, Gino 106, 121 
O'Dell, Andrew 

39, 48, 106 
O'Donnell, Elizabeth 

18, 104 
Ogino, Kejoko 32 
Oglesby, Judy 89, 175 
O'Kelly, Amanda 30, 31, 

35,43, 52, 106, 121 
Okhomina, Efe 23, 106 
Oles III, Michael 106 
Oles, Mike 35,48, 112, 

114, 153 
Oliver, Rhonda 30, 106, 

133, 175 
Oliver, Serena 71, 106 
Olivia, Lenora 45, 91 
Omo-Bare, Iren 46, 91 



O'Neal, Erin 

104, 106, 133 
O'Neal, Kathleen 89 
Osborn, Amy 20, 34, 35, 

91, 106 
Osborne, Chip 45, 157 
Oscar, Jacklyn 88 
Osemon, Stephen 20, 106, 

145 
Ostenrude, Martha 35, 38, 

39, 96, 100, 

106, 137 
Oswald, Tonya 

37, 106, 137 
Otis, Angela 86 
Otis, Jason 60, 157 
Owen, Tyler 106, 157 
Ozier, Meredith 

47, 106, 125 

Pace, Kimberly 29, 34, 38, 

42, 106, 133 
Pace, Murray 62, 82, 133 
Padudo, Mickey 21 , 26, 

34, 106, 161 
Page, Jim 60, 74, 87 
Page, Judith 91 
Palmer, Amy 38, 133 
Palmer, Lena 43, 103, 

106, 137, 141 
Papa, Mary Catherine 23, 

29, 133 
Parker, Al 88 
Parker, Connie 87 
Parker, Hugh 93 
Parks, Jim 26, 87, 92 
Parnell, David 

29, 76, 77, 157 
Parsley, Jason 

60, 61, 74, 149 
Partin, Michael 26 
Patel, Nital 36, 106, 

112, 137 
Pauley, Davina 1 76 
Paulson, Jay 

48, 106, 153 
Paxton, Christina 4, 82, 

106, 133 
Payne, Karena 6, 1 28 
Pearson, Michael 36 
Pedersen, Erica 87, 96, 

106, 133 
Perkins, Betsy 

83, 106, 116 
Perkins, Joyne 89 
Perkins, Joshua 107 
Perry, Tracy 1 07, 121 
Peters, Ken 32, 53 
Petty, Michael 13, 153 
Peyton, John 56, 83 
Peyton, Jon 72, 73, 149 
Peyton, Jonathan 107 
Phelps, Raymond 93 
Phillips, Ashley 

26, 29, 121 
Phillips, Brian 107, 114 
Phillips, Elizabeth 26, 29, 

35,40, 107, 121 
Phillips, Jane 87 
Phillips, Jeff 157 
Phillips, Josh 

26, 36, 37, 107 
Pickett, Howard 31 
Pierce, Dana 1 07 
Pittman, Robert 177 
Pizzolatto, Michael 4, 64, 

107, 157 

Pollard, Beau 60, 74, 75, 
80, 107, 149 



Ponder, Brian 28, 29, 31, 

53, 107, 140, 141, 

153 
Porter, Trey 

74, 80, 87, 175 
Post, Mark 37, 41, 54 
Powers, Jason 33,36, 

S5, 107 
Powers, Kate 1 07, 121, 

141 
Prejean, Emily 107, 133 
Prejean, Mike 32, 74, 

107, 145 
Prenshaw, Penelope 92 
Primeaux, Aimee' 47, 1 25 
Proctor, Don 13, 37 
Pugh, Jason 1 61 
PulTen, Sandi 

45, 47, 48, 107, 175 
Purser, Amy 107, 125 
Purser, Jimmie 93 



Quinn, Brian 1 07 

Quinn, Robert 42, 43, 92 



Roju, Arun 1 57 
Rombin, Mary Alice 29, 

38,45, 54, 107, 133 
Randall, Ashton 149 
Rondozzo, Amy 

22, 35, 107 
Raphael, Bill 60 
Rast, Tom 88 
Ratte, Felicity 92 
Rawls, Condice 

34, 35, 37, 38, 107 
Roy, Chuck 33 
Roy, Darby 92 
Ray, Don 85, 89 
Roy, Michael 

60, 107, 161 
Roy, Stephanie 1 00 
Rayburn, Harry 24, 26, 

29, 30, 37, 64, 

141, 145 
Redmann, Kevin 1 9 
Reece, Jeremy 157 
Reed, Angie 1 21 
Reed, Ashley 133 
Reese, Todd 60, 61 
Reeves, Todd 

2[) 2) 25! 31, 3^ 6Q ^ UB 
Reid, Walter 88 
Remley, Russell 1 53 
Reynolds, Jeremy 64,65, 

81, 149 
Reynolds, Stacy 46, 47, 

96, 125 
Rhodes, Carolyn 88 
Rhymes, Mia 118 
Rhymes, Sandy 

87, 89, 175 
Richardson, Gordon 

72, 73 
Richie, Sarah 15, 34, 43, 

99, 121, 141 
Ricks, Patsy 93 
Ridgley, Sarah 96, 133 
Rinto, Elise 

32, 33, 42, 175 
Rish, Kellie 38, 133 
Rivers, Tina 43 
Robbins, Kathleen 44, 

133, 175 
Roberson, Anne 1 2 1 
Robert, Jon 64, 149 



Roberts, Katie 1 25, 1 75 
Roberts, Paul 149 
Robertson, Christy 29, 30, 

32, 33, 137, 141 
Robertson, Tom 8, 86, 87 
Robinson, Charles 161 
Roe, Dona 29, 37 
Rogers, Jennifer 

26, 133, 141 
Rogers, Shannon 21,29, 

30, 31, 53, 109, 133 
Ronk, Amanda 2, 29, 

42, 109 
Rose, Missy 

22, 38, 109, 121 
Rota, Lisa 109, 133 
Rountree, Rusty 109 
Roussel, Stacy 

18, 71, 109 
Royappa, Andrew V. 92 
Royappa, Sudha 93 
Ruggles, Jason 109, 157 
Runyan, Alan 1 57 
Russell, John 28, 76, 77 , 

109, 149 
Russell, Matt 100, 153 
Russell, Nathan 

74, 109, 149 



Saad, Nicole 

10, 41, 43, 47 
Sabau, Rob 

56, 72, 73, 145 
Sallis, Charles 31, 45, 92 
Sallis, Horrylyn 32,85, 87, 

92, 177 
Salvaggio, Mark 3, 109 
Sompfes, Diane 88, 175 
Samples, Joe Don 60 
Sanders, Bradley 34, 109, 

115, 161 
Sanders, Bridgett 46, 109 
Sanders, Jennifer 

29, 34, 109 
Sanders, Melvin 60, 61 
Sondstrum, John 87, 92 
Sandstrum, Renee 87 
Sanford, Tricia 34, 109 
Sarglepp, Margus 35, 39, 

41, 109 
Sartin, Amanda 1 09 
Sasuga, Mariko 109 
Savell, Lorri 

34, 35, 125, 175 
Sawase, Yasuko 21, 109 
Scorbrough, Erica 109 
Scearce, Daniel 32, 78, 

109, 145 
Schambach, Robin 109 
Scherer, Mondy 109, 133, 

141 
Schimmel, Connie 15, 93 
Schroder, Ed 91, 93 
Schroder, Melanie 

109, 121 
Schrantz, Amanda 

109, 125 
Schroeder, William 109, 

157 
Schulter, David 157 
Schumacher, Julie 

56, 58, 59, 109 
Schwalenberg, Taylor 109 
Schweers, Koty 44 
Scott, Mori 33, 91 
Scott, Steve 4, 157 
Scott, Steven 1 09 
Screws, Jeremy 1 53 



Scruggs, Lindsey 45, 1 09, 

125, 175 
Segrest, Hudson 7, 26, 36, 

109, 161 

Selvidge, Marshall 20, 109 
Sentilles, Jennifer 1 1 5 
Sethi, Sunny 109, 153 
Seto, Christina 36, 54, 

109 
Sharp, Patrick 109 
Shearer, Jan 71, 

80, 109, 125 
Shearer, Jane 29, 30, 31, 

34, 37,53, 133, 177 
Sheehan, Katie 4, 109, 

133, 141 
Sheldon, Cassie 19,43, 

54, 133, 140 
Shell, Briton 93 
Shelton, Sarah 1 21 
Shepard, Claire 109, 125 
Shepardson, Phil 32 
Sheppard, Misty 

62, 63, 109 
Sheridan, Rose 87 
Shippee, Amber 

6, 109, 121 
Shirley, Steve 64, 109 
Shive, Robert 93 
Shorter, Molly 1 09, 1 25 
Siegal, Vanessa 32 
Sigur, Jessica 109, 137 
Sill, Drew 78, 161 
Simmons, Catherine 133 
Simmons, Jennifer 40,41, 

110, 121 
Simon, Brit 1 10 
Singh, Jasmine 21 
Singleton, Robert 89 
Skinner, Harmony 88 
Skipper, Ben 110, 149 
Slay Wes 48, 110, 1 49 
Sledge, Michoel 145 
Sloan, Nancy 34, 43, 1 10, 

133 
Smiley Lane 36, 39, 110 
Smith, Alexia 25, 68, 69, 

110, 133 
Smith, Amy 30, 33, 34, 

121, 141 
Smith, Catherine 1 1 
Smith, Elise 93 
Smith, Kelly 110 
Smith, Marc 34, 35, 64, 

65, 110 
Smith, Mitch 60, 149 
Smith, Oreathia 20, 26, 

46, 110, 128 
Smith, Steve 92 
Smith, Warren 42, 104 
Smith, Zurick 72 
Smuck, Carol 40 
Sneed, David 9, 14, 86, 

175 
Sneider, Chris 17, 96, 1 10, 

145 
Sood, Harpreet 16, 20 
Sood, Kuldip 110 
Sood, Preeti 

110, 112, 137 
Spears, Jenna 45, 1 1 1 
Spitzer, Daniel 93 
Spratt, Sean 32, 82, 149 
Stage, Chris 110, 149 
Staley Bo 1 1 4, 1 57 
Stamps, Lauren 21,35, 

110, 121 
Stars, Mark 

26, 64, 65, 145 



Steel, Michael 26, 140, 

141, 161 
Steele, Magaret 1 28 
Steelman, Brian 111, 145 
Stegall, Bill 110, 153 
Stephenson, Sharon 45, 92 
Sterling, Melissa 

34, 45, 110 
Stevens, Kandi 19, 23, 47, 

110, 125 
Stevens, Laura 87, 1 33 
Stewart, Ruth 88 
Stewart, Taryn 

46, 110, 111 
Stockton, Alisha 1 10 
Stokes, Jami 34, 110, 125 
Strickland, Cora 33 
Strickland, John 60, 1 10, 

149 
Stringfellow, Amanda 110 
Stroud, John 

72, 73, 78, 87 
Stuart, Vicki 89 
Suane, Shantelle 46, 104, 

110, 118, 178 
Sudduth, Kelly 29, 133 
Suggs, John 19, 39, 41, 

110, 153 
Sukuma, Junko 47 
Sullivan, Elizabeth 44 
Sullivan, Heather 110, 121 
Sullivan, Tracy 93 
Sulser, Ashley 34, 35, 45, 

110, 121 
Summerford, Helen 45, 48, 

110, 121 
Summerford, Tom 45 
Sumrall, Anita 87, 175 
Sutherland, David 175 
Sutherland, Katie 29, 54, 

62, 110, 133 
Sutton, Claire 32, 53, 110, 

133 
Swan, Christine 40, 41 
Swearingen, Charlie 60, 

62,64, 74, 110, 153 
Sweat, Jonathan 93 
Sweeney, Jim 1 75 
Sylvan, Christy 

29, 87, 110 
Sylvester, Nicole 5, 66, 67, 

82, 108, 110 



Tabari, Hoofer 110, 157 
Tarsi, Lisa 36, 87 
Tarwater, Anne 33 
Tate, Kutenia 110, 118 
Taylor, Ann 

10, 46, 47, no 
Taylor, Charlie 48, 153 
Taylor, Holly 19, 29, 78, 

79, no, 121 
Taylor, Melissa 29, 89 
Taylor, Pot 15, 31, 91 
Taylor, Patrick 93 
Taylor, Paula 88 
Taylor, Phillip 33 
Taylor, Renee Sandstrum 93 
Taylor, Sherri 1 75 
Taylor, Susan 92, 93 
Toys, Allison 

31, 32, 87, 103 
Temple, Kim 110, 137 
Theiss, Brett 81, 110 
Thieling, Craig 145 
Thigpen, Bud 88 
Thomas, Jessica 

19, no, 125 



Thomas, John 110, 145 
Thomas, Ken 60 
Thomas, Kenneth 1 1 1 
Thomas, Kevin 32 
Thompson, Brian 1 1 1 
Thompson, Cora 

29, 48, 121 
Thompson, James 40, 1 1 1 
Thompson, Kenneth 46 
Thompson, Paul 47, 1 1 1 
Thune, Carrie 7, 

29, 111, 125 
Tillman, Clifford 59, 161 
Tjeng, Vivian 1 1 1 
Toaster, Chris 142 
Tolor, Jarred 60, 111 
Toledano, Reagan 72, 73, 

111, 149 
Touchstone, David 26, 1 1 1 
Tropp, Josh 

48, 60, 61, 149 
Trask, Alice 1 1 1 
Travis, Brian 

62, 63, 64, 87 
Trotter, Joycelyn 87 
Trotter, Winston 62, 142 
Troupe, Marty 38, 39, 41, 

111, 133 
Tsuchiya, Nobuyuki 1 1 1 
Tsui, Ming 93 
Tucker, Lawrence 34, 47, 

1 11, 157 
Tucker, Theresa 89 
Tucker, Uvon 

39, 41, 47, 111 
Turner, April 111, 137 
Turner, James 93 
Turner, Michelle 1 21 
Turner, Suzi 1 1 1 
Turnipseed, Amy 

1, 15, 29, 111, 

133, 141 
Turpin, Tiffany 1 1 1 



Von Slyke, Lendy 3 1 

Van Uden, Mary Emily 1 25 

Vandiver, Betsy 

38, 40, 41, HI, 125, 141 
VanNoy, Jim 88 
VanUden, Mary Alice 1 1 1 
Vaughn, Marlys 93 
Vaught, Brian 111, 161 
Velkey Matt 55, 68, 69 
Venator, Edmond 92 
Venator, Jeff 88 
Vickers, Scott 107 



Wade, Michael 

19, 29, 112, 153 
Wadlington, Mary Clay 

22, 38, 112, 121 
Wagner, Holly 89 
Wahrle, Suzanne 

35, 36, 112 
Walberg, Lane 74 
Waldrop, Gail 87 
Walker, Anson 60, 74, 75, 

145 
Walker, Brandi 

20, 46, 56, 

59, 104, 112, 118, 178 
Walker, Dan 

26, 29, 35, 112, 141, 145 
Walker, Keri 19, 112 
Walker, Robert 145 
Wall, Mary Helen 71, 121 



Wallace, Joy 4,112 
Wallace, Zocchaeus 46, 

72, 178 
Walley Marc 39, 41, 55 
Wallin, Leah 112, 121 
Walsh, Kelly 100, 112, 

115, 125 
Waltman, Chad 88 
Walton, Ernest 88 
Walton, Tyler 16, 26, 72, 

112, 145 

Wang, Julie 21, 104, 112, 

133 
Wankerl, Isaac 153 
Ward, Peter 92, 93 
Word, Timothy 91, 92 
Wardlaw, Aimee 35, 1 1 2 
Warhle, Suzanne 34 
Warren, Cleotha 88 
Warren, Elizabeth 29, 3 1 , 

32, 53, 112, 133 
Warren, Sanford 32, 92 
Warren, Stacy 

77, 112, 121 
Warren, Todd 32, 112 
Warriner, Elizabeth 29, 

34, 38, 112, 121 
Watson, Ben 26, 29, 53, 

157 
Watson, Maret 87 
Watson, Steve 86 
Watson, Zock 87 
Watts, Terry 39 
Weaver, Kim 70, 71, 125 
Webb, Carlo 

48, 71, 112, 125 
Webb, Chrissy 70,71 
Webre, Erin 29, 112, 125 
Webster, Scott 26, 29, 30, 

31, 37,47, 81, 145 
Weeks, Patsy 87 
Weems, Adam 60 
Weems, Dee 22 
Weir, Therese 

40, 112, 121 
Welch, Duncan 32 
Wells, Larry 89 
West, Barbara 87 
West, Mary 

48, 49, 68, 69, 77, 133 
White, Amy 112 
White, Doug 29,31, 37, 

112, 115 
White, Nancy 87 
White, Rhonda 6, 29, 30, 

113, 125, 175 
White-Lowe, Olivia 27, 89 
Whitfield, Johnnie-Marie 

36, 93 
Whitfield, Lindsay 16, 38, 

113, 133 
Whitney, Lisa 93 
Whitt, Jerry 93 
Whittington, Angie 29, 32, 

113 
Whittington, Julie 34, 113, 

133 
Whitwer, Derek 153 
Wick, Darren 93 
Widdig, Sherrill 87 
Widen, Condice 113 
Wien, Emilie 68,69, 113 
Wikle, Will 113, 145 
Wilburn, Sherryl 46, 87 
Wiley Kim 118 
Wilkerson, Lindsey 

113, 133 
Wilkinson, David 88 
Wilkinson, Kristy 1 13 



Wilkinson, Shayne 88 
Wilkinson, Tim 88 
Will, John 17, 39, 41 
Williams, Amanda 121 
Williams, Billy 145 
Williams, Brian 29, 37, 

48, 113, 145 
Williams, Elee 32, 53, 133 
Williams, Elton 39, 41, 
Williams, Floyd 142 
Williams, Gale 87 
Williams, Johnnie 88, 89 
Williams, Floyd 142 
Williams, Keisha 118 
Williams, Lauren 26, 30, 

133, 141 
Williams, Leah 62 
Williams, Marcie 17, 125 
Williams, Mel 88 
Williford, Caleb 40 
Williford, Simeon Avery 

113 
Wilson, Austin 93 
Wilson, Caroline 88 
Wilson, Hillary 121 
Wilson, Jeff 31, 37,47, 

108, 113 
Wilson, Kevin 

29, 74, 145 
Wintz, Thomas 8, 35, 48, 

49, 68, 113, 115, 
116, 153 

Wise, Deeanna 5, 

16, 78, 82, 113, 

133 
Womock, Susan 89 
Wong, Dennis 

36, 37, 113 
Wood, Amanda 13, 29, 

113, 114, 137 
Wood, Fran 32 
Woodall, Erica 29, 30, 

113, 125, 141, 175 
Woodling, Kellie 14, 18, 

113, 137 
Woodruff, Calvin 113 
Woods, Alex 89 
Woods, Brian 56, 73 
Woodward, David 86 
Woodward, Jock 85, 86 
Woodward, Jacob 1 1 3 
Woodward, Neldo 87 
Worley, Peyton 1 1 3 
Worthington, Ethan 1 13 



Yamada, Yoshinori 45, 113 
Yasinski, Stephanie 

113, 125 
Yasumoto, Hideki 45, 113 
Yeager, Rebekoh 19, 22, 

113 
Young, Chad 29, 45, 113 
Young, Chris 48, 49 
Young, Elaine 32, 37 
Young, Elizabeth 31, 42, 

53, 113 
Young, Sarah 

113, 114, 133 



Zaie, Sanford 15, 45, 93 
Zeber, Stephanie 45, 53, 

87, 113, 125, 175 
Zimmermann, Gretl 60, 77, 

121 



student life editor 

Lindsey Scruggs 

activities editor 

Ashley Bass 

athletics editor 

Erica Woodall 

people editor 

Tammy Horvey 

asst. people editor 

Kim Niolet 

greek editor 

Amy Baier 

ads editor 

Rhonda White 

publications assistant 

Sandi Pullen 

photo editor 

Kathleen Robbins 

index editor 

Katie Roberts 

assistant editors 

Ashley Bass, Rhonda White and 
Erica Woodall 

editor in chief 

Stephanie Zeber 

advisor 

Stan Magee 

staff members 

Michael Barham, Angie 

Brunini, Allison McCabe, Kim 

Niolet, Rhonda Oliver 

photography staff 

Lorri Savell, Brent Harrolle, Stan 

Magee, Karen Hemphill, 
Candace Carlisle and Elise Rinta 



Volume 89 of the 

Bobashela was printed 

by Herff Jones Yearbook 

Company in Montgomery, 

Alabama. Our account 

representative was 

Chris Coleman and Debbie 

Kennedy was our in-plant 

consultant. The book was 1 78 

pages, designed using 

Macintosh computers with 

Pogemaker 5.0. The press run 

consisted of 800 copies. 



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Lorri Savell, Brent 
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Carlisle, Elise Rinto 




Bobashela Staff: [front] Rhonda White, Sandi Pullen, Ashley Bass, 
Allison McCobe, Kim Niolet, Lindsey Scruggs, Rhonda Oliver, [back] 
Stan Magee, Amy Baier, Michael Barham, Brent hiarrolle. Erica 
Woodall, Tammy hlanyey and Stephanie Zeber 



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Julia Bounds, Judy Oglesby end Lucy Molinaro n Public Relations for sharing 
photographs Dean David Sneed, Martha Lee, Sandy Rhymes, Venita Mitchell, 
Anita Sumrall, Allison Hyko and all the rest in Student Affairs Ron Jurney and Trey 

Porter along with all the other coaches who provided information... Diane Samples, 
Delois Elliott and the Post Office staff for helping to identify pictures and distribute 
books... Sherri Taylor from Syracuse University for helping with design... David 
Sutherland for his Ansel Adams-like printing skills and Jim Sweeney for his midnight 
retouching abilities... Mike and Judy Froscogno for donating pictures AND the use 
of their camera... the Business Office for handling all those yearbook order forms... a 
hard woking staff who made my job easier... Stan, for doing so much and keeping 
us organized and productive. 




StoHMoestd, ShantelleSuane, Za((haeus Wallace, Brondi Walker and 
Rosso Lemmond 




Mary Helen WqII and AndteoKlevan 




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